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HONOLUIiP.?T8BiafofeYltOF;HAWAii)yRIPAY. MAY 24 M01
Vol! Xr'tto. 1849."
PlUOE 5 0ENT8.
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Dismissed JBFcIusccH Is
Evidence. Was Merely
If Evidence Had0 Been Original Court
Would Have Directed Him to
Testify or Take the
Judge Humphreys made' a decision
this morning In the matter of T. F.
Lansing, who was cited to appear and
show cause why he should not answer
certain questions propounded by the
The Court held that the Information
poascsicd by Mr. Lansing wos " not
privileged, characterizing the claim of
privilege as without merit or founda
tion. The respondent, however, was.
discharged because the Information was
hearsay, and because he fare the
names of the persons from whom he
iccelvert It. No Indictment can be
predicated upon hearsay testimony.
The Caurt ruled that tespondent had
no privilege In the matter. If he had
original evidence the Court would re
quire him to appear before the Grand
Jury and give the evidence or abide the
Attorney General Dole appeared In
court to hear tne decision announced.
for, as I undsrsUrid 'it, the amount tak
en away" from' lis" Is to be"tackcd'on'tne
pay of-the Inferior .officers. Is thliia
Just state of affairs? Why we must
tufferibtcauso It Is dlslred to raise the
pay of inferior .ofHears,-It a mystery to
me. I know It, doesjiot meet with the
approval of any, of'my brother officers!"
' in cuauecuun wnnMuiiB, u uugui
be stated that, at yesterday afternoon's
session of the Senate. Mr'.Kaohl wanted
to raise the Vy of every" Interior police
officer in the Islands, $5 apiece. v The
speaker did not flinch when it was
pointed out to him that some of the
police officers of the country were only
receiving $2 per month.
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CU8TOM8 OFFICER ARRESTED.
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, Willie, Crnvvfoid is ou the rampage
over htsrecent'trouble with the Custom
House people; Yesterday afternoon, ho
wore to a warrant charging Customs
Inspector Taylor with using vulgar and
profane language and shortly after
wards, Mr. Taylor made his appear
ance at the police station. He was Im
mediately released on his own recog
nizance by Deputy Sheriff Chilling
worth. DefcndanTappeurcd In the Po
lice Court this forenoon but, not being
prepared for Immediate trial, his case
was continued until tomorrow.
All Eltt 1Y
MOTIONS FOR NEW TRIAL .
Papers of a Minor Nature Added to
the Court Files TodayRidge-
way Admitted to
Acting Goverhor Status
HEALTH BOARD OFFICERS ?
; AND SALARY. QUESTION
Committee Favors Strict Economy-
Emmeluth's Resolution Meets
With Facetious Request ',;
The second production of the "Chari
ty Call" was well received at the Or
liheum latt night by a crowded bouse.
The show was probably betterd put up,
last evening than the night before.The
tory of the play la of -the financial
and eo.ial lite cf New York and the
interest of the audience was " keen
througuout. Little Alleen. one of the
rlevcrect. If not the most clever child
ever appearing on the stage in Hono
lulu, charmed her auditors with two
pretty little songs and, In response to
on encore, danced a cakewalk which
won her a place in the hearts of those
present. Tonight, tho Ellcfords will
present Mrs. Partington and her son
Ike. and the patrons of tho house are
promised something in tho rarce come
dv line that vv 111 keep them In a con
tlnual loar of laughter. Mrs. Parting
ton and Ike are noted for the fun they
have made wherever they have appeared.
In the Senato yesterday afternoon, it
was decided to recommend to tho High
Sheriff, the reduction of tho salaries of
the supeilor police officers for the pur
pose of tacking on a little to the sal
aries of the under officers. This Is a
move that has aroused a great deal of
feeling nmong those whose salaries It
Is proposed to cut. One of tho men
concerned snld to a Bulletin reporter
this morning: "Tho pay of captains
and lieutenants as you will see by the
' vecently published list nf the police de
partment salaries. Is about as small
as It can reasonbly be. Wo aro sup
posed to bo superior to tho privates
on the force, else wo would not have
been appointed to our present posi
tions. "Now then, there has been a lot of
talk In the Legislature about paying
salaries according to requltement of
efficiency. To cut down our pay means
that, an unjust proportion will result
Judge Humphreys denied the motion
for a new trial In tho Nallmu Nuulwl
will contest case.
All probate cases have been postpon
"Maurle B. Rhodes, by her attorneys,
Holmes & Stanley, has filed a' discon
tinuance In her, suit for a divorce
against ner cisuanu, rmnK u. nnuuea.
Appeal bond of 1500 has been men
by LIB Hop YVnl," defendants In the suit
Broi'grY-y.ainyChtnjfiiCo.. - i
Notice of appeal and certificate of ol
record from the Second District Court
have been filed In the cases of A. Laza
rus vs. C. L. Hopkins and Territory of
Han all vs. Mrs. Mon War.
In Judge Edlngs' court.ithe case of I.
II. Burns vs. Ah Mo, assumpsit Is on
trial before the following Jury: Thos.
J Quinn, H. Meek. L. Miranda, W. A.
Hardy. H. H. Walker, W .II. Lyle. J.
n. Fullerton. C. S. Hall, W. B. Jones,
.1. Markham, E. E. Mouman and 13. C.
'Motion for n new trial by Androws,
Peters & Andr.adc. attorneys for defen
dant. In Sing Chong & Co. vs. Lin Hop
Wat Company, was denied today by
J. Castle nidgevvay took the oath as
an attorney, counselor, solicitor and
proctor In the courts of the Territory
of Hawaii before Justice Frear this
Notice of appeal has been fld by
Manuel Gomes In his suit against Jose
Petition for the appointment of David
Dayton, as administrator of the estate
of George Mclnnls has lecn filed.
Tho Jury In the suit of 1. H. Burns
vs. S. Ahml, returned a' verdict this
afternoon for the plaintiff. Tho Judg
ment is for $333.80 nnd costs.
M'GKEGOrt In Honolulu, H. T.. nt
11:30 p. m. Thursday, May 23, 1901,
Mrs. Sarah McGregor, a nativo of
Ireland, aged 72.
Funeral will take place from the Ro
man Catholic Cathedral at 3 o'clock
tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon.. In
terment In Nuuanu cemetery. Friends
Invited to attend. Deceased was the
mother of William H.. George and the
late Captain Alex. McGregor.
After Its little vacation, the House
came together this morning, filled to
the brim with much talk. ,
Emmeluth stated that he bad a com
munication from the Oahu Railway &
Land Company, relative to the subsidy.
Jle thought that, although the letter
had been addressed to the Finance
Committee, he considered It tho yiop
erty of the House. The comm t. i
tion was as follows:
We beg to tail tho attention of your
honorable committee to the enclosed
statement of subsidy lo which the 0,
R. & L. Co. Is entitled and which be
Somes due during the current biennial
period, the amount. of which is ia.!W,
The wisdom of the Legislature cf USD
In granting this aid to the O. R. & L.
Co. has been fully Justified by tho Vast
amount of taxable property which has
come into existence through the ,con
structlon of tblb read. Tho road would
never have been built without subsidy.
Hit had not been. built the Ewa nnd
Walalua districts would have remained
undeveloped to the present time.
The question befora your honorable
body at the present time Is not, should
the subsidy have been granted, but
shall default be made.
The credit of tho government vnis
pledged to assist In 'the' construction
the celebration will be renewed at 7
o'clock,' wlt&ithe. distribution of food
in the boot. At 10:30 llUh Pontifical
Vlasa.wlth ajfortuguese sermon will be
lOIHlwim ujiuiuoiv uy 111C OU LAJUM
bahd, At l'irclock p. m. Sunday a fes
tival 'dinner for the poor will be served.
At 3 p. it).' concert will be given by
the. Hawallab bond.
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WOLF -JVA8 DISCHARGED. ,
A. Wolf, the man v, ho was the cause
of all kinds V trouble lor Deputy High
Sheriff Chllllngworth and Special Offi
cers McKlnkinn, Lon Aguew.and Barney
Joy, appeared In the Police Court )es
fcnlny afternoon on the charge ot dis
tilling splrJfvous liquor. Attorney Kau
lukou uppe-iVed as bis t, Homey. A pica
of not guilt? was entered aud the trial
Diirlno- iKta course, of Wolf's (cult
nony, he wirasked why ho poured the
liquor out ,Of; the window when the
police madil their nppcaranre on the
scene. Thvinltness answered very
calmly thatl oockroaches had got Into
the okolchaS'nnd that, on this account,
he Old not.'ilsh to form any closer ac
quaintance Jwlth tVe contents of the
The evldf.ce nf the police was not
sufficient tcJconvlct Wolf and he was
finally dtsciarged. Tho officers found
plenty of liquor about the place but
there was niproot that the German bad
anything toAo with the manufacture of
Preparing Big Show to
Be Given Thanks-'
EASTERN SUCCESS JN
Committee Has Matter in Charge and
No Trouble or Expense Will
Be Spared in the
The American bark Nuuanu. Captain
Josselyn. arrived this morning, 153adas
rrom New vonc.
The trip of the vessel was eventful
and one ot the longest that the Nuuanu
has ever made.
, Thirty-eight das was the time It
took the Nuuanu to round Cain; Horn
nnd Captain Jot,selyii soys that. In nil
his experience since 1858; the last was
tho worst,; '
During a 'gale on Christmas eve. one
of the sailors fell from aloft and was
killed. He was burled nt sea. A "short
time after that'thc carpenter, a very
old man, died. He nns alio burled at
Tho Nuuanu brought two passengers
from New York Johu and George
Nichols. They arc relatives of one of
tl.o firm of Brewer & Co. llentdc a
large general cargo, the Nuuanu has
two yachts aboard, one for K. A. Mott
Smlth and one for another party. Tho
ves;cl began discharging at Irmgard
wharf this aftcmoon.
of this railroad. Bonds wero sold, on
the faith ot this undertaking on the
prt-of the gover Jmeni.-The' subsidy
therefore became a part of the national
obligations standing on the same foot
ing as the national debt. Default can-
RECEIVEIt STEWART MAKES
Sale of PJantation'3 Chattels, Lease
and Assets to W. H. Pain for
$12,000 Approved by
rr the Court.
The matter of tho compromise settle
ment of the Moiiimlel Sugar Company
tnme up lu Judge Humphreys court
this morning. Receiver T. McCants
atfnuri Brnvu ivuti' lu u"? u buiiluv-
mental report giving additional detnlts
ot the mnPEemeiit ot.the plantation
affairs slue?' Lis "appointment, r
Since his last report, he had received
ili9i.it irom cue loier-isinuu it'ipgrupa
Company for rental or rooms nnd pur
The local lodge ot Elks Is figuring on
giving Honolulu nthoW. It wilt Lu In
thu nature ot a circus nnd hlpppjrome,
and Is bttlcd to take place on Thanks
giving Day. A committee tins been
appointed to look Into tne matter and
will report Saturday evening.." All tho
members so far seen by the commlfien
have signified their Intention of tak
ing part and with these assurances the
circus thotild be a success.
Amateur clrrures have been nil thn
rago In' the East for fcd era! .seasons,
and It Is thought that there should be
no difficulty In giving Hcnolulua circus
the like of which has never bofoie beun
been on the Islands. Those gentlemen
having the affair In charge will start to
work within a couple of weeks to get
things In shape and will start" the
cquesti ians, tumblers, acrobats and
other luminaries of the great aggrega
tion of stars to work practicing so as to
become clever by the time tho ihow
Ot course there will be a sldo show
nnd menagerie and no trouble or ex
pense will be. spared to get freaks and
wild nnd strange animals for theso ad
Juncts to n well regulated circus.
Of the events so tar promised, a
mounted broad-sword contest. Is the
most Important.. Representations oil
not be allowed to take place 'In the chase of furniture. He reported his In
payment of the one any more than vc3tlgatlons Into tho advisability of
of the other without Impairing or de-i bringing suits against dcllqueut stock
stioylng the credit of Hawaii. Tioldcrs. with the conclusion that It
We theiefore beg to submit this mat-1 would not pay. Concerning tho matter
ter to your attention In order that the of saving tho cane crop, Mr. Stoviart
proper appropriations may be made, I reported that neighboring mills would
and to prevent oversight. not promise to offer more than V per
HATCH & SILLlMAN. ton for the cane nt their mills. claim
After some discussion, the House! (ng that It was Inferior on account of
postponed action on the matter until 1 no Irrigation or cultivation fur tho past
BASEBALL LEAGUE TO
BE ORGANIZED TONIGHT
Line Up of Flayers in tho Game
With the Police Tomorrow'
Greeting to Athletes -Maui.
A meeting ot the Honolulu Athletic
Club was held last night at tho club
rooms in the Elite building. The line
up for the baseball game with the Po
lice nine was decided upon as follows:
D. Dayton, cj C. H. Kaal. p; P. Glea
Bon, lb; J. A. Thompson, 2b: T. Price.
3b; A. Louis sb; J, 'Hannsman, Iff J.
Aylett, cf; J. Williams, rf. Substitutes.
V.. R. Cunha, E. Brown. J. Bolster.
The game will be played tomorrow at
the old Greek and Roman games, true 3.30 p m on tne crtckct grounds.
(n hUtnrv. wilt hn fflvpn Rlltn. Therft 1 .. . . t. ,..,. t
A message was leeelvcd from Acting
Governor Cooper, relative to tho loan
bill passed In 189C, nsklng that certain
appropriations be made under the bill.
While the messago was under discus
rix months. The labor market was
found to be In such an iiiipromlxlng
state as to compel tho abandonment of
the scheme to cut and transport the
cane to other mills. The previous man
agement had sold some enno to tho Plo
to history, wilt be given. also. There
will be sword swaDowers and'nre' eat
ers, snake charmers aniT bearded 'la.
dies, besides a host of other'novel fea
tures and If arrangements can be
made with the Collector of Customs.
Chang, the famous Chinese giant, will
bo brought here specially for the oc
casion. The performers will all bo members
of tho order with the exception of some
of tho freaks and nnuunls In the
menagerie. It Is bellaved that In pa
tronizing home talent nr far as possl
bio tho Interest of the public will be
It. n greater measure aroused.
slon, Emmeluth Introduced the follow-1 neer Mill Cc. nt JO per ton nnd had
lng resolution: chartered transports nt $100 per day to
In view of the fact that tho authority transport tho same. Money was lost
of the Secretary of tho Territory to on this transaction, therefore tho re
act as Governor ha been questioned
nnd Is now before tho courts of the
Territory for determination,
Bo It resolved. That until Biich deter
mination, the communication from the
Acting Governor be laid on the table.
Then camo tho surprise of tho day
On Investigation, the receiver finds
the stringency of the money market
would probably prevent tho chattels
(and fixtures of the nlnntatlon from
bringing more than 10 per cent of its
actual value. At Mnunalcl thero would
bo no bidders anil to transport tho chat-
I ilC.il VUUIU VJ (? ! "" - . uj U If
Kanlho nroso nnd stated that he did tPls to a placo where thero would bo
not think tho Honorable Emmeluth buyers, It was figured, would result In
thought of Coopor s Illegality when no . nct receipts of not more than 5 per cent
We wish to announce to the
public iha. b th terms of
a contract Just signed, the
ELECTRIC ROAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
V II be Imm'dlately extend-d
U" uc'i ll'Rc HIH, folto'vy
iifc iUe line ol our m-ln b.iUl
cvard. Construction w II begin AT
ONCE, and the road will be
In operation within fojr
months. Riving a 20-
CASTLE & LANSDALE
For GroceIes,RIng'up Blue 911.
NEAI-At Kenllo. Kauai, May 12, 1901.
to'th6 wlte'df J..Neal'bny'
IN THE CORRAL AT IWILBI.
Tho police officer on duty at the Iw
lei corral was stirred out of his revc'
rles last night by the shrill screech of
a policeman's whistle from tho direc
tion of tho room of Pearl Androws, tho
French woman who has figured several
time In th elocal Police Court
Tho officer ran to the placo and thero
found on Luertgert, a tall blondo man,
In excited conversation with Pearl and
her side partner, Margaret. Officer
Spencer took the man In charge nnd
had entered on the police station record
a chnrgo of nssault and battery on
Pearl and nnother of the snmo natuifl
Spencer states that, In malting tne
nrreBt, Luertgert became very angry.
After having told him that ho had had
a prlvnto conversation with Governor
Dolo during which bo made the Execu
tive look llko a 30-eent piece, ho threat
ened to kick tho officer nil tho way to
Washington. The two got ns far ns the
Not steam but highly esteemed Rain
ier Beer on tap or In bottles. Pantheon
drew bis pay with the rest of the HoiiBe
Hoogs moved thnt In case the Sec
retary was nctlng Illegally, tho Hoima
return their 1200 nnd mllqago Into ths
Their objections were In vnln. how
ever, for tho resolution was adopted by
u close margin.
Tho Committee on Public Health In
troduced their repoit iclntlvo to tho
Board of Health. Several olllcers were
decapitated by the committee.
Tho committee also rccoinmcnucu
of their original value.
The further facts that largo Bums are
duo for rental nnd that the plantation
Is n lease proposition and that It Is an
unsettled question whether tho chat
tels go with the land or not were cited
as the reasons why no offer had been
made for tho whole business. Tho of
fer of W. II. Pain was tho only one
received. An Inspection of tho plan
tation was made by Mr. Hnst.ead who
valued It at $30,000. Tho Pain offer,
Including rash, bark rent and tho as
suming of tho Rlsdon Iron Works
MINSTREL TICKETS ON 8ALF.
When tho black fao artists of the
Healant minstrel trouoo make their np
pearance on the opera house stage on
the night of June 11th, (hero will be
fun, frolic nnd absolute enjoyment,
Tired out from n day at Kaptol.int park
races, Honolulu penpto will flock to the
show to laugh nvvny all care nnd the
disappearance ot tho ;old pieces which
they took to tho track.
Tho Henlanl boys nro In lighting
trim even now which nssures for the
night of the Eleventh of June a show
without a hitch, brimful of Inoffensive
hits on ever thing nnd everybody In
town nnd crowded with tho latest rag
tlnid melodies of the best rng time com
posers of tho day.
The tickets for tho big minstrel show
were placed In tho hands of tho mem
bets of tho club today. These will bo
redeemable from tho 7th of June on, nt
tho nlllces of tho Wall. Nichols Co..
this being the date set fur tho Issuance
of reserved Beats.
AT Till! ORPIIEUM.
Tbe trustees, oUtbe club transacted
a number of ((cms of business. John.
Wise was elected baseball manager.
It was decided to give a social some
time next week, under the auspices ot
A motion prevailed, extending a vote
ot thanks to the enthusiasts on Maul
for organizing n club and extending to
them tho hospitality of the club roomi
when In the city.
Committees on grounds, social mat
ters and nthletlcs wero appointed.
C.-ll. Schmerhorn was elected foot
ball manager and handienpper.
Tonight at 7:30 o'clock In tho club
rooms represntatlves from the Y. M. C.
A., Police Department. Mallc-Illma
Athletic Club and tho Honolulu Athle
tic Club will meet to consider plans
for forming a new baseball league.
that several salaries under the Board I makes a consideration of $51,000,
be lowered. Among these nro tho fol- Upon this shuwlng. decreo was mado
lowing: Secretary, $1800; assistant! by Judgo Humphreys authorizing lle-
lrkcWI0Q; meat Inspector and Voturl-J reiver T, MrCanti Stcwnrt to sell to
' 'W, II. Palni for tho sum of $12,QW, tho
nary. $3(!ou; threo B.tilinry inspectors,
$5100; messenger nnd copyist, $1110,
and Inspector of plumbing, $2100.
The reductions made by tho commit
teo amounted to n net saving of $30,
01S. A recess was taken beforo any
action could be taken on tho report.
Tuo commltteo on stenographers also
handed In their report. They found
that tho reporters wero greatly worked,
nnd wero men In whom tho greatest
confidence was placed. They advised
that tho stenographers in all tho omces
bo retatned nnd tho salaries for tboso
of tho I'lm Circuit bo placed at $7200.
A reccs3 until 2 o'clock was then taken.
IcnBO, goods, chattels nnd effects nnd nil
other assets except nncollectablo capi
tal and cash now In the hands of the re
ceiver. It Is provided that W. II. Pain
hall procure for tho Maunalel Sugar
Company a release from all claims for
rent now due or hereafter coming duo
nnd shall assume mid discharge all
liability ot tho company to the Rlsdon
HOLY GHOST PUAST.
Tho celebration of tho Feast of tho
Holy GliObt will take plnco at tho Cath
olic church tomorrow nnd Sunday. Tho
preparations nro being mado on an
elnbornto scale. The Cathedral grounds
nro being gaily decorated. A tempor
ary stand will bo elected for tho Ha
Tho food for tho poor will bo blessed
Saturday evening nt 7.30, following
which, tho bazaar nnd miction benefit
ealo will bo begun. Sunday morning
Editor Evening Bulletin: Referring
to u communication In your Issue of
yesterday, signed "DlBgusted Citizen."
I wish you would Kiiiuiy communicate
with Its writer and ask him to furnish
tho name of tho school and of thu
teacher referred to, Bo,that this De
partment can make au Investigation of
ALATAU T. ATKINSON.
Superintendent of Public instruction.
Honolulu, May 21. 1901.
Camnra & Co. can now be found o.v
Alnken street between King and Mer
Misanthropes, dyspeptics, h)poron
drlnrs, pessimists nnd .ill those nflllcted
periodically, permanently or temporari
ly with tho blues are recommended to
visit tho Orphcuni'thls evening and en
Joy a hearty and continuous laugh.
Mrs. Partington and her son lite was
written purely as a lapgh rnlner.j The
question of n plot was not considered
by tho author, he was looking for run
and devised a series of mirth making
situations that keep the audience In n
constant roar Tho salngs nnd doings
nro ridiculous but you huvo to laugh at
them willy nllly until you aclm and
tears run down tho face. Mr. Elleford
appeals fur tho first tune In tho rolo
ot Mrs. Partington nnd Jcsslo Norton
creates barrels of fun as tho mischief
loving Ike. Tho play will be produced
Saturday both at tho owning perforin
nnro and the matinee when It ought to
essentially fit tho children's Idea of a
good show. Tho same prices as last
week, 15 nnd 23 cents will prevnll at to
We Stand Right Behind
Our Shoes :::::::
, , The Maker i
Right Behind Us.
LOOK TO YOUR FEET
Chamber of Commerce Mcetlntv,
For tho second tlmo tho meeting of
the Chamber of Contract ro to consider
tho subject of having a Hawaiian ex
hiblt utt Charlslun, S. C. next winter,
failed b'ccniiBo of no quorum. Tho
meeting was called for 2 o'clock today.
Tho, weekly edition of the Evenlnt
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
'he news of the daf.
that FIT KIGHT and look fire
when new. MIOtS thit LOOK
PINli, fit right anJ wear well
wlun old. They are Twent
ieth Century shoes, and con
s:quently the shoes of the day.
1057 Fort St.
SOLD ADULTERATED MILK.
Antone Richard. Jr. delivery man
for the Lopez dairy In Knllhl. appeared
In tho Police Court this forenoon on
the charge of selling alulterated milk.
A plea of not guilty was entered.
Chemist Shorcy was tho principal
witness for tho prosecution. His testi
mony was to tho (feet that the milk
sold to a Chinese restaurant keeper of
tho city showed ten per cent of added (
water. Tho defendant himself denied'
all knowledgo of adulteration, saying
that he was only the driver and could
therefore know nothing of the milk
provious to Its being placed In the wa
gon. Defendant was found guilty nnd fln"d
$30 and costs. An appeal wob noted.
Deputy Sheriff Chlltlngworth appeared
for the prosecution and Frank Andrade
for tho defense.