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A BULLETIN AD. IS NOT AN EXPENSE
Eyening Bulletin J
IT IS A PAYIINQ INVESTMENT.
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A" HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAli, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY, 9 1001
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JMENT IN I
Plaintiffs Get Decision in
Three of the
fiRAND JURY HAS NOT YET
COME IN WITH ANY BILLS
Auction' of Real Estate Under Fore
closure Proceedings Answers
Filed In Pending Cases
The trespass cases annealed from
Kolnupoko, District p6u"l (vOAfpIefl tho
Circuit Court yesterday and today.
Judgment was rendered for the plain
tiff In three of tlio cases to which de
fendants' attorney excepted, J
The suits1 grow out of the Impound
ing of certain Btock by Falea, which
was taken lip on the premises rot tlio
Jleela Agricultural Co.,; LttjL
The caj of,J.AHJ,I'arlkerit-'rnle.i
ueing Biiumittca on me evidence
Judge HMmphrtysfound'HiaT the tTcs
pass of the animals In question' nailthe
direct reajmjif the negngenee.cfilie
ertariTpfflWJjgntfl oMha'HeoU Afcrl-
culturaV Co., Ltd In leaving a "gate
open.' The court, tTiryTr finds that,
through the carelessness pf said 'ier
vants.'italks ot.sugaVcgnV.were droo
ped along the railroad of 'the Heela
Agricultural Co., Ltd., Vhlch traversed
the Inclosure In 'which $he animals
were, lawfully depastured, entering It
by the gate aforesaid., The stalks of
sugar cane enticed the animals out of
the enclosure through the gate, whence
they wandered and trespassed upon tlw
cultivated lands of the company. The
court finds that plaintiff was not given
notice, of the arrest of said animals,
prior to their impounding as provided
Tho cases of William Henry vs. Pa
lea and of F. I'ahla vs. Palca were sub
mitted on tho evidence ndduccd In tho
Those trespass cases were stricken
from the docket by Judge Humphreys,
from which action nppcal was taken to
tho Supremo Court which sent them
back for trial.
The flrand Jury is said to lime a
week or ten days more work ahead of
It In tho Investigation ,of criminal
Appearance bond of $30 was filed yes
terday by K. Kaolclopono of Ewa,
charged with larceny In the second de
gree. Appearance bond of $250 was filed
today by Lum Sung, committed by thi
District Magistrate for killing n liors".
the property of nnothor, last December.
lly his attorneys, Andrews and An
drndo, "Manuel Correa files answer to
the complaint for damages of Wan. Lee.
by general denial.
Lorrln Andrews, attorney for defen
dant in Wong Dut Nam vs. Chock Sine,
flics an answer today of general dp-
George Lucas, commissioner, sold
at public auction today, under fore
closure, the Interest of George "W".
Smith In certain lands in Ewa, In Nun
nnu valley and a house and lot on
School street. Tho salo took place In
front of the Judiciary building. Jas. T.
Morgan was auctioneer.
On Chicken Thieves.
Another Chinaman supposed to he)
connected with the ecanl chlcjtcrj
stealing episode In Iluihaw. 'was nr
rested by one of Kaapa's detectives this
The undersigned firm beg to
announce thafthMiale of
OA1IU COLLLGU resi
dence grounds at
will be shared by
W. R. CA8TLD. Jp ,
as joint Sales Agent,
Information, Terms, Etc., may
be obtained of .MR. CASTLE
at his office, or of the under
'"'"" ""-"" 'hiwiiimi " "
tin 44 vwii
Toiiege mil ;
morning. As there areisome rather
suspicious sores on his face, he is bo
Ing held In tho outhldb ykrd of th
police station until Dr. Emerson ha
time to make an examination. Tho po
lice are after tho third ,of tho gaptiOf
supposed chicken' thlevfa.
lh., t. ' ' .
Big Mall Yesterday.
Yesterday was a busy d ly for the
post office boy. The China, arriving
about 2 o'clock, brought 180 bags of
mall for this port' and the Mariposa,
arriving an hour later, had 110 bags,
Of tho Mariposa's mall, 93 bags were
brought to be transferred to tho trans
port Lawton for Manila.
Captain tMmernon'ii Pnpers,
Captain Slmcrs'on of tho Manna Laa
was granted' a. master's license for
rtcam vessels of 1500 tons on the Paci
fic ocean by the Inspectors yesterday.
Ho Is the first Hawaiian to receive Am
erican master's papers.
IN MEMORY taiUATE
MAJESTY QllN VICTORIA
Lights Will be a Special Feature
Complete Order of 'Seryice
At the memorial, InfSfjvflldrew's
cathedral, tho use of light will be a
tpeclol feature. This Is a ver7 undent
is is a ver7 undent
ih-nntl rii'r. high?
dfyo.iur to the iN.-
mark of respect and
Light Is not only exptrMlvo of lm
mortality, but It also signifies respect
and honor to the deceased is n victor!-o-is
combatant who had conquered the
world here below and has gone to tako
possession of a better world above.
The following Is the outer of service
for the solemn memorial of Her lato
Majesty, Queen Victoria:
Organ Voluntary Funeral March,
Sentences from Burial Office "' int
the Resurrection and the Life."
Psalm 90 Lord, Thou hast bee-i our
1st Lesson Kcclcslastlces 44:1-10.
Hymn O Strength and Stay.
2d Lesson St. John 5:24-30.
Anthem Tho Righteous Soul.
"I hear a volco from heaven."
JTymn Lord, Thou hast beon our
Sermon by the Bishop of Honolulu.
Hymn Jerusalem tho Golden. ,
Benediction. , i
Organ Voluntary Dead March In..
During tho last hymn, there will be
an offertory to meet the expenses of tho
Bervlce. Tho officiating clergy will bo
the Rev. Canon V. II. Kltcat, Vice
Dean, tho Rev., Hamilton lv .of the
Diocese of California, the Roy. A, 1).
Weymouth, M. D.. of the Diocese of
Los Angeles. Wray Taylor will be In
his place at the organ.
Governor nnd Mrs. Dole havo signifi
ed their Intention to bo present at the
The consuls of tho following coun
tries have already given their consent
to be present nt the Queen Victoria
memorial servlco In)' St. Andrew's
Cathedral Sunday: Oreat Drltnln, Ger
many, Russia, Italy, Spain, Austria
Hungnry, Denmark, Belgium. Sweden
Norway, Mexico, Peru nnd China. The
government officials, members of the
Judiciary and senators and representatives-elect
will also bo present.
Thcbhymtfs to be sung at tho service
have been- trunalntcrt Into Hnwallan
for the benefit of the natives and copies
nr ebelng printed today. Everyone Is
cordially invited to attend.
Residents of Llllhn street want to
know whether I.tllha street Is private
property owned by the Raplr, Transit
company. For several days past Llll
hn streqt from Kuaklnl street to Kunu
wai lane has been completely closed to
traffic by the Rapid Transit operation,
Carriages go out Kuaklnl street only
to bo 'forced to turn backi There aro
no notices that Llllha street Is closed
nt that point. Tho only passagoway on
Llllha from Judil street to Kunuwat
lane is a nuirow track along tho side
where It Is Impossible for carriages to
pass. To drive over tho street at night
Is so dangerous as to bo practically Im
possible. ' .
The Rapid Transit company seetrB
to bo going as slowly as ltPleses with
absolutely no regard for tlio people
forced to use tho street and tbero ap
pears to bo no one In nuthoilty to inlso
any objections to tho manner of con
ducting tho work.
Tako a ride on tho electric cars up
Pacific Heights, Faro 6 cents.
Other Letters Said
Have Been Sent
WOULD FIGHT TO DESTROY
UNITED STATES' INFLUENCE
Says Americans' Are Too Hoggish
Prospect of Commission to
Straighten Ouf Our Land
Washington, Jan. 20. Original let
ters wrlten by Robert W. Wilcox to a
friend .In th
Elections' iPa eopirW tbe
mlttce on Election
letters havo been nlnrcil In Mr. Tnv
lor's possession for consideration In the
efforts whlclj ire being mode tojemnvp
Mr. -Wilcox from bis position nlele-
gnje. (fpm UawalL.Iiiese lelUM.tcnJ
to Incriminate Wilcox as an ally of
Agutnaldo,J&nd' Wmi -to 'stabrtilr the
chargo atat-he-Kits-brrn- engaged in
treasonable practices against the Unit
ed Stated KoiSSfmcHt.l ' J'C .
The additional letters bcaldei those
w " ie Associaieu rrcss.
follows:" T "
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 21,
Hax'e you called on tho Flllplt
given by the Associated Press, are as
gates yet on my behalf? 1 do believe,
In my heart, the war now at Manila Is
another treacherous work of the Am
erican carpet-bag politicians. General
Aguinaldo and his colleagues are men
of high character. They only have one
aim to obtain poaceably the Indepen
dence of their beloved country. In
fact, delegates after delegates ore still
on their way to Washington to nsk
United StitttK-peopfe. In pcaccabtcnian
ner, to recognize their Independence,
after being together as allies against
tbo Spaniards. No sane man would
think for a moment they are merely
traveling to Washington to pretend.
whllo General Aguinaldo and others nt
homo would treacherously attack the
Americans to obtain independence,
uenerui Aguinaldo is a tniin of rare
ability, and far-ulghtcd. I lime Been
(50 often these outrages played here in
Honolulu by the American carpet-bag
politicians who glorify In being vic
torious on weaker and defenseless na
tions. If the best statesmen of tlin
United States only exert their energi"
to scud out men of unstained character
to Investigate, theyimlll find that tlio
Filipinos aro right fed the Americans
aro all wrong. Is not this tho tlmo
to stop these, outrageous affairs of the
carpet-bag politicians and save, In time,
tho honorable character of the Ameri
If General Gulscppl Garibaldi Is liv
ing, he would not for a moment hesi
tate to go to the Philippine Islands and
fight for the cause of the Filipinos,
and every true American would uphold
such n patriotic stand, and the whole
world also. And why tho influence of
theso carpet-bag politicians Is allowed
to obstruct the Independence of the
You would not surprise of me it you
hear that I am preparing to go east to
support tho cmiso of the Filipinos. Thi
I'hlllplnos arc to bo supported In their
struggling for the cause, the Indepen
dence of their beloved country.
Ocnera) Aguinaldo Is entitled to oo
recognized by tho U, S, ie(plo t us
friend ntter ho has sacrificed so much
as ally against the Spaniards. He U ,i
man of great ability, his past carer
shows It. They aro now forced to fight
with a great power, not because they
want to fight, but they nre forced to It.
Glvo my best aloha to the Filipinos
Aloha win to you. "
ROBr.RT W. WILCOX.
Honolulu, II. I.. March 8, 1809.
If Lllluokalanl hnd only listened to
mo before she, would still bo on th
throne of Hawaii, but she rather listen
the missionaries and surrounded her
self with such small potatoes atvl thn
consiliences bIio Is wnuderlng nnd hed
ging her right, nnd even then Bbe Is
still making blunders.
I am thinking to go to the Philippine
IslandS'nnd give my nsslstancj to Agui
naldo against the invaders the hypo
critical Yankees, the carpet-bag poll'l
clan Otis. The Americans arc too
hoggish in their undertaking. n'Ad'thhy
will always mako blunders. Their first
blunder In robbing tho Independence nf
Hawaii; second, this war o; conquest
of Puerto Rico nnd Cuba: and now tho
last, tho bare outrages on tho Flllplnni.
It is my duty to light ngalnst them and
support the independence of the Fili
pinos, Wo might not win right awry,
but In long tun wo will surely win.
At ptesent the Americans have de
stroyed all their friendship by being
treacherous, nnd they blame noboay
In fighting and destroy V. S. Influent o
In the fast east, I would have glo-y,
honor, and my work would be nppic
elated ly the Filipinos. Chinese, Japan
ese and Arabs. It Is ery great folly
to lose all these chances.
i Yours most faithfully and ever firm
end, ROBERT W. WILCOX,
ionntor Clark to whom these letters
were' shown said to your corrcsponder.i
thnt1 they constituted n very serious
master and ha was not prepared to )'
what the outcome might be. The let
ter written by Wilcox nre evlnetly nil
thentlc; they nre written In his own
hand, nnd arc nddrcsscd to a former
friend In this city, a well known for
mer adherent of the Queen.
It Is bellced the tangle In Haw
Man land matters n 111 result In the ap
polntment of a commission to the Ter
ritory for the purpose of reporting n
practicable plan of legislation in land
J. A. nilECKONS.
I III MIDWAY
W. MAURICE T0BIN ARRIVES
fnvf BUFFALO SHOW EXHIE
FOR BUFFALO SHOW EXHIBIT
He Will Collect' Island Products and
Native Singers for the
The "King offfie Midway," who has
talked Hawaii and Its beauties to thou
sands and thousands of people nlong
the plalsance, arrived In the city yes
terday In the China. He camo to see
tho realities about which he has chant
ed so many dreams until ho has be
come the Monarch of the Ballyhoo. He
will be In these Islands until April.
He represents the directors of the Pan
American Exposition at Buffalo. N. Y.,
amVU-herc to collect an Hawaiian ex
hibit of agricultural products. He Is tho
Pope of spielers and when his snicker
ane Is In operation, he hypnotizes men
Tobln. W. .Maurice Tobln, Is his
mnlden name. Ho made his debut at
the World's Fair, at Chicago, nnd. on
the day of the Cold Storage fire, To
bln was given a laurel wreath as King
King of the Midway. Ho has worn
his laurels on the sawdust of all the
midways that havo had tholr being.
Ho was chief of the spieler nt the
Mid-Winter, at the Cotton Expo., at the
trnns-MlssUslpid, and It but lately re
turned from the Parisian show, where
ho dumbfounded tho nntlvcs with his
Interminable Hugo as head shouter for
the 'Tour do Monde."
Tobln wants the llawalan exhibit at
Paris for the Buffalo show. He wilt
tour the Islands with Frank WIIiuii,
collecting products and curios for the
exposition. His chief object, perhaps,
13 to make n close study of Kllauea,
Ho wants to commune with the heart of
the volcano, learn Its moods nnd fa
thom Its secrets. E. M. McConnell, one
of the world's greatest showmen, has
Cidertnkcn to reproduce Kllatte.i at
Duffalo, The mountain has been built.
The first' flashing electrical apparatus
has been Installed. A Buffalo girl will
pose In n cleft In tho rocks, as the I.'n
wallan goddess Pclc, and when she Is
wrathful, genuine Kllnttea eruptions
Tobln will, hire an Hawnlan quartet
club and tako back a lot of basket
makers, thatchwearcrs, etc. The singers
will make a specialty of 'Aloha Oo" and
"Put me off nt Buffalo."
King Tobln also brought hla camera
with which to tako snap shots of four
Hawaiian babies. He will enter these
In the New York Internntldnal Reality
Contest for Rabies and expects to see
the premium awarded to a llawalan
Frank Thompson of Magoon R
Thompson, nttomejs, has been ar
polnted the court Jester In the Mardl
Grns carnival. Mr Thompson has done
tills sott of thing before nnd has nlwiy
been most successful. The prince will
have to be very clever In his repartee
when the Jester starts In ou him.
Cnme to lie Married.
F. W. Benrdslee of this city nnd MIsr
M. L. TaIor of Sun Francisco will bo
married In this city on the 15th Inst,
Mrs. F O. Tnlor nnd Miss Taylor tho
Intended bride, arrived In the China
i George I?,-Plctclter ArrlvcH.
Giorgc E, FletLher spicfal agent for
the Tieasury Department, arrived In
tho China. Ho came to cheek nut Ail
ing Collector Hudson In the Roenuo
olIl(n nnd Instnl R. II. Chamberlain, his
Biircfssnr. Tho transfer will be made
Tho latest style of straw hats w 111 be
exhibited In our store, Iwakaml, Hotel
Office Will Be Turned
Over to Him Feb
WILL, HAVE NONE JUT
" LOCAL MEN AS'DEPUTIESl
He Was Formerly in Customs Service
at Havana-Talks Interestingly of
Cuban Politics and Ameri
R. II. Chamberlain, successor to Wil
liam Haywood as Collector of Internal
Revenue for this district, arrived with
Mrs. Chamberlain and their two chil
dren )esterday in the China. They ar
stopping temporarily at the Hawaiian
hotel. When asked concerning his
plans In connection with taking up tin
work of the office. Mr. ChamberlaU
aald: "At this time. I am unable to say
what will be done as to the personnel
of the corps of deputtlcs In tho revenue
office. ''l have nothing to do with the
placo nntll the office Is turned over to
me by Revenue Agent O. E. Fletcher.
My Intention, however. Is to All nil
positions with local people. I have
brought no deputies with me. although
I suppose a thousand fellows wanted
"I have brought my family to Hono
lulu nnd except to resldo here perma
nently. I know nothing of locnl poli
tics but Bhall conduct the nffalrs of
my office In an Impartial, unbiased
Mr. 'Chamberlain, nt the time of his
appointment to this post, was deputy
surveyor In the customs service of the
port of Havana. In speaking of Cuban
affairs, he said that the city had under
gone a wonflif nil' transformation In
many wnya under American adminis
tration. Ho commended tho work of
Generals Brooks and Wood nnd said
Cuban Independence Is ono of the cer
tainties. Every branch of tho govern
ment service there is working with a
view to one day turn over the keys to
tho Cubans. Every American officer Is
training a Cuban successor and. when I
tho time Is rlpo flie servants of Uncle
Sam will Btep out and make the prom-1
Isc of America good. Mr. Chamberlain ,
does not believe this will be nt n ery ' ,n t,lat section nnd. It Is within tho
distant day. The present Constitution-1 ranic "' Possibility thnt I will extend
ol Convention Is1 doing good work Itis!"1? vlslt ,0 Vladhostoek whence wo
composed of olile men. If they produro I ha,e" "ccn shipping thousands of tons
n constitution that will satisfy Con-1 of Balt cXor' yar-"
gress that Independent Cuba will be! Mr ""thin Is quite an ndmlrer nf
nblo to administer Justice nt homo and I
keep faith abroad, the tlmo will soon
be ripe, for the wlthdmwnl of thn mili
tary government of tho United States.
When Cuba Is left to her own re
sources. Mr. Chamberlain says tho
question nf annexation will lm one of
the foremost political Issues tin the
Mr. Chamberlain originally lived nt
Clnrlnds, In, tho home of W. P, Hep
burn, the well known nnd nblc member
of Congress. Mrs. Chamberlain Is a
daughter of tho popular Iowa Congress
man. She was with her husband at
Havana and likes life In Hi.) tropics.
COUNTY CHARTER COMPLETE.
Tho Independent Charter Commls
lon held a meeting last night In Fostr
hall and completed the consideration of
(he county charter. Tho document was
then referred to tho law committor for
further rotlslon, with Instructions to
roport back next Monday night. The
law committee consists of Messrs. C.iy
pless. Bitting and Qulnn.
At the next meeting, tho commission
will take up the reading of thn charter
GRA88 KILLING GliAKH.
Wray Taylor has a quantity of panl
eutn grass roots from Nuiirtnu valley
nt his (Wire. This Is the now grass
which so effectively kills out tho pest
known as Hllo grass. Any one'wlshlng
to glow n patch of this gras-i'niay se
curo roots by application nt the olllce of
tho Commissioner of Agrldultitre.
The transport Law ton sailed fiom
San Fiutiilsco on tho 1st Inst. Among
her pabsengers Is MuJpr W. W. Robin
son w ho comes hcr. ns , suivcssnr to
Major Ruhleu as depot quartermaster
INTERNAL OPI'ICE PERSONNEL.
When the levcniie olllce Is turned I
out to R. II. Chambcilaln February
15. W. F. C. llnsson will letire from
thn giieiumeut Bcnlre and i canine his
piofosslon of chll and clcctiluil engin
eering. Since he has occupied the olllco
of Acting Collector. II. 1). Cousins has I
been appointed chief deputy and will
probably continue to perform the duties
of that office as well as thoso of cashier,
Philip It. Whelan haa been .appointed
to succeed Albert Hookas gaugcr. Tho
force of deputies In the Chines? Regis
tration Bureau will bo continued a
they have proved to bn an efficient body
Tolman's little Time Is ready -for
presentation tonight, Tho wlous
members are ransacking Uie!r''b.omc
for stage effects and predict great
things In stage kfttlngs. Tto last re
hearsal went oft. last night wUhout a
bitch 'and with (ttsturaes nml makeup
the "presentation "Ihls evening should
prove most entertaining.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. It
M M .IN HI
J. C. BOTHIN NOW ON WAY
TO SOME ORIENTAL PORTS
Represents Company Which Controls
All Salt on Pacific Coast Includ
ing Mexico and Salt '
Among the names of prominent peo
ple registered nt the Hauallan hotel
from tho Coast Is that of J. C. Ilothln,
who up to 18992, was Identified with tho
Bothln Manufacturing Company,
For years Mr. ollthln has been a
prominent merchant and has conducted
several large establishments In Califor
nia. Nevada. Montana and elsewhere.
For the past eight years, Mr. Bothln
has ben Identified with the salt Indus
try nnd, at tho present time, is at tho
head of the sales department of tho
Federal Salt Co. of San Francisco.
During tho course of an Intcnlew
with a Bulletin reporter, Mr. Bothln
said: "Ther? Is very little to lx sail
Just at this time regurdlug my visit
to Honolulu but, upon my return from
the Orient, I shall remain In your city
for a while, to transact somo business.
At that time, I will have something to
'You may state, however, that tho
Federal Salt Co. practlcntly controls
"" of thn Bnlt Pro'uct on the Pacific
CoMt. Including Mexico and Salt Lak.
' "m "ow ln nl' wnv t0 Oriental porta
for ,l10 Pnose of extending our trndo
Honolulu nnd Its surrounding country.
He advanced the opinion that somo day
In tho near future, when the expendi
tures npw In contemplation by tho
United States Government arc author
ized for harbor Improvements, sub
marine cable, etc., Honolulu will grow
by leaps and bounds.
Will Remain Longer.
' 'Misses Ackerman and Murcutt wero
to havo left In tho China today for tho
Orient. Feeling that their work hero
was not finished, they determined In
rcmnln until tho Nippon Mnru, which
sails on tho SCth Inst.
Collector Stackablo gave tho steam
ship company permission to extend tho
lay over permits of tho ladles until
such tlmo as the Nippon shall sail.
WHEN Yo Are Ready
to Procure your
KINDLY INSPECT OUR AS
They have Large Buckles.
Tiee slipper will have ,t
tendency to make, your
costume more attractive.
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