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IN HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. JULY 25 1901.
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HOIIYO OUIIO Ul nn,kuVportlng. Again, .the. society as t
is Now in-ton-
OBJECT OF SOCIETY
AN EDUCATIONAL ONE
Main Branch Will be in Honolulu
- .'-Others .Will be Organized
on Various Puts . A,
o'f Jslands. '
Young Hawallans fit standing In
the community have In contemplation
just now, the formation of.an or.janl
ration laid along' the'same lines as the
Society of'thfe Native Sons of the aol
tlcn West, composed of Calif ornlar.:!.
The proposed society will be for youn,r
men of Hawaiian blood, It,, makes no.
. ulncrence now smnll ttic amount, aim
the principal object will be the educa
tion nf the masses along the line of
clean politics and Intelligent participa
tion la the affairs nf government of the
The Idea originated at about tl'
fame time with several young Hum.-.-
Hans of the city who saw that, with
the adent of the annexation of Hu
wall to the United States, the old order
of things had been swept away and a
new order Instituted. American poli
tic? had taken Its place In the political
field. Watching the deliberations r:
the first Legislature of the Territory of
Hawaii, they came to the conclusion
that the only way to get better rcsulu
was to educate, the masses. This thct
If the one. strong Idea in mind. What
will be the details of the plan alons
which It Is proposed to work and what
will be the details of tho movement.
me matters for the. future to settle.
The principal thing In mind Just
now Is organization! Tho fountain
head will of course be In Honolulu.
This will be the first step. The branch
' organizations on various puts of this
and the other Islands- will be formed
In older to secure a good ground nlaa
on which to work, the secretaries of
tho various parlors of the N.itlft Sons
of the Golden West havo been written
lo and it Is expected that a number 'of
the constitutions and by-lawn of thets
branch societies will arrive at no far
distant date. It Is prabable that out
of these, the proposed Native s-'ons of
Hawal), will bo able' to secure th
proper ideas as to organization.
Speaking of the matter this moraing,
one of tho leaders of the movement
acid: "The ttmo when wo must tnl
an active part In the adnlulstratloii ui
the affairs of state has come and wi
must organize to protect ouraelvtn
Wo must educate ouvselvoi to Mich a
point as to enablo us' t. get out and
hustle along with the best of (hem Tit
the proper administration of the af
fairs of government and uiuico as good
a showing. 'The need of more Intelli
gence among the nattvia In. polltlCHl
matters Is great at this stage, when w
are nothing but a Ttrrltor;', Who I
wilt It be when Ve have put en tho garb
"Past errors nnd past shortcomings
must be left behind wher. one enters
the organization of the .Native Sons of
er the proposed member h a KepuuU
Hawaii. It, makes no difference v.heth
can, Independent or Democrat. The
aim will be to place before htm facili
ties through the medium of which he
will be able to gain a broader luslgM
Into clean politics. It will then bo
time etiough for the young Hawaiian!
to decide which way thoy Intend to
turn. What we' -are after Is the ad
aneenicnt, and Improvement of ona
and nil ' ' L
" "Of course, In dolng( tho woik we
are planning, we will need f ho .assist
amc of Americans who have seen and
know politics on tho Mainland. In fact,
our dependence must be ou them (or
Six Gool Bedrooms
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Partly furnished, for one
or two years at a very
low rate. Ten large
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thy are the only ones who .em give
us'hat we want. 'Reading Is all very
well but we want men who hart 'beesf
(Senator Achl, who la very much In
terested Jn the formation of the organ
ization, comes forth wth the proposi
tion of rbtnmers'lal enterprises In con
nection .with. he work of the.toclety.
He thinks that in mis manner me in a
whole, may have'somomcnto put up
for the Legislature who depand on
'their salaries for their dally; bread.
With a goodly lining to the bottom of
the treasury, such men codld'be sup
ported and helped, along "during their
campaigning torn-'and no stumbling
blocks Vould bo' In their way. ,
The Natlvo Sons of Hawaii will un
doubtedly be a factor to be reckoned
with In the politics ofthe future. It
aim will be clean politics and Its motto
".The welfare of Hawaii."
Deportation Case in
In the rodoral'C&Urt today a'dcpo'rta
tlon case Is behrg heard by Judge Ks
tec In which the defendants" are thren
little Chinese gills, under, toil years' nf
age. ' The defendants ars Kau Tan, Ah
6am and Ah Qual, They' are being dn
fended by T. McCants Stewart. Thfcv
rlalm to have been born In Hawaii, r.f
terwaids going to China with t.uli
mother who still resides there accord
ing to. the story of the children.
, After htarlnf' testimony In the case,
the Court ordered' the threo girls dis
charged. William S. Fleming, cleik to Unit
ed States Attorney Ualrd, luts x:nt In
bis resignation to take effect August 1,
At that time he will io Into tho ln
office pi Thos. FtUh as Hsslstant. Mr,
Fleming has been admitted to th
practice of" law In all the Territorial
courts. The vacancy caused by his
resignation will not be filled until the
return of Atto'rnef J. C. Ilalrd.
. HOUSE SHORT OF'MjNEY.
The House of Representatives Is In
tioublc. It now'turns out that there It
about J4000 woith of bills remaining
.unpaid for the present extra session.
This Is Just $2000 over that part of tho
117,000-which was appropriated only
short time' ago tor the payment of (be
remaining debts of tlie otra session.
At' the time the bill went from the
House of Representatives to the Sen
ate, the latter body amended the
amount to read $20,000 Instead. of $15.
0Wr this after" a careful Investigation
by one of tho special committee. The
House kicked, a conference committee
was appointed, and there wan a com
promise of $17,000.
Now tho Senate Is laughing at the
House, for Its vigorous protest against
Increasing tho amount over $15,900. It
will bo remembered that, at that time.
there was a gicat howl In the House
and all kinds of accusations were mado
ngalnst tlie Republicans. Thty were
charged with trying to make tho Inde-
pendents look foolish In tho eyes of
tho people and thereby obtaining more
political capital fiom blcu to araw
interest at the next election.
For groceries ring up Dluo 911.
Deaky Acted (op Macfarlane.
I( how' iurns out that' C. S. De'sky
who bid on tho Wldemann property nt
the auction sale yesterday and secured
It, .was acting' foH., R. Jrfacfajrlane
whose wife, ono ot tho Widemann't,
was anxious to keep the old place In
tho family. The transaction by which
Mr. Macfarlane becomes the owner of
the place was completed yesteritoy.
It will be remembered that tho stablo
lot near by. was purchased by J. M.
Dowsett and' that, by the terms of tho
wUl ot tho deceased H. A. Wldemann,
the' lane between the' lot and stablo
will bo closed unless both places arc
purchased by thb same people. It Is
not likely that the lane will now bo
closed asMhe.wholo thing hns gone
back Into tho hands of the heirs.
WILL NOT RE8IGN,
A published rumor to the effect that
pr. St. G. Walters,actlng medical su
perintendent of Iho lithium for'tho In
sane, Intended to resign, has been
found, upon Investigation by tho Hul-
lctln, to be devoid' of fact. Dr. Wal
ters, on being spoken to, expressed 44s
surprise at-tuo-story as he had evlnceq
no Intcutlon'Uo resign,! nor would ha
until tho return of Dr. Herbert, when
be hoped to turn the, management of
tho asylum. over to him again. and with
as much credit, as when he, Dr. .Wal
ters, received It fromhe hands of Dr.
Herbert. Dr. Walters tegrets the lack
of attention by the Legislature to the
pressing needs of the Institution.
NEW BUSINESS BLOCK.
A one story business block"wlll u
erected by the Auld Estate at the .cor
ner of Derctaula and Emma streets.
The building will be frame, with a
frontago of 10"0 fee,t on Beretanla.
It will cost In the neighborhood of
$10,000. It will be rented to retail
merchants, severa) applications having
already been received. The building
will be In charge ot George R. Carter..
The Manufacturers' jlr. ro.'s Clear
ance Sale Is still on, unu xney-wltl wait
on you even If they are rushed.
A fur-lined cape has been lost. Sco
Lost Column, on page 8.'
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fO JUDGE FREAR
O Attorney General K. P. Dole filed a petition In the Supreme O
O Court this morning asking that a writ of mandamus be Issued com- O
O nundlng and directing' George!). Gear, Second Judge of. the First
O Clrbblt .Court, hit successor or successors In office to allow tne Attor- O
O ncy General's appeals from Hhe Circuit Court's decision, made cs- O
O terday In the habeas corpus matter of Ah Ot. The petition prays that O
O he bo commanded "lo allow 'the said appeal of the Territory of Ha- O
O wall to the Supreme Court of said Territory according to law; and O
O that In the meantime-and pending the Anal decision of said appeal, a O
O warrant of arrest ltsuo for thet'dMentlon of said Ah OI, nnd for such O
O other and further relief as Justice In tho premises mn'y lequlrc." O
04 The petition recites tho history of the. caso of Ah rfl. frohi his O
O' -ronvlctlon by a majority verdict 'of a Jury of 9 to 3, to his rtlcAte yes- O
O terday by Judge Gear on theyiround that such a conviction was con- O
O trarj' to the Constitution of the Uohed States. It cites the facts that O
O the Attorney General was refused the right' of appeal, aecoidlng to rO
O section 1433 of the Civil Law nf J89"; that his "motion to require O
O Ah Otto furnish ball wtis,,diled "and that tho Court refused to pass O
O upon or consider any bond which the Attorney General mlht offer. O
O At 2 o'clock i. m, the Supreme Court had not uiKt-n nny action O
O upon the Attorney General's; petition. O
; Freed From Illegal Bondage
"O- write of habeas corpus." Tho writ
ks UOie, wno maue anoiner speecu on
O V". D. Hamlltcm, who kvi rnnlcttil of manslaughter before
Judge StanUy In August, l'lft. upon a Jury verdict of 0 to 3 and who
O was sentenced to serve u ftpi of five years' imprisonment In OnHu
O penitentiary, was released today byorder of Judge O.'T). Gear on a
States. He asked Judge Gear to withhold Judgment until the Su
preme Court could pass upon, his appeal next month. He filed tho
same protests and appeals anil made tho same lequeslx that were
made In the Japanese case yesterday.
Judge Gear reaffirmed his Ann conviction that the prisoner was en
titled to a unanimous verdict of hit peers. Another point in .the appli
cation for the writ of habeas coriut, was that the indictment aganst
Hamilton was"found by a Judga Tho Indictment wns found by
Judge Stanley who tried the casj and sentenced tho prisoner.
Another Interesting feature In the case Is that Geo. A. Dals at
the,tlme of the trial In U98, sought tho release of Hamilton by ha
beas corpus proceedings bei.-o Chief Justice Frear. The application
was denied. The petition of Mr. Davis In the case today was hk nil
cal with the one filed at that tlme.wlth additional paragraphs relat
ing to the verdict. . -"
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There Are Other
From Australian reports It appeart
that Hawaii Is not the' only sca-glrt
land which Is subsiding Into the
ocean or around .which the sa level Is
slowly but? suiely rising. ' Whllo tha
mean sea level, according to Prof.
Lyons and the Advertiser, has raised
one-half Inch around tbeae.Islands. It
has raised a whole foot along the
Southern coast of Australia. Jetties
near Adelaide which have stood one
foot ubovo the highest tides ever since
thoy were built, have been completely
submerged by this late rise In tho level
of the Southern ocean.
OR.I BARTH'8 GIFT.
Dr. IajuIs Harth, one of the foremost
surgeons of tho United States and a
member ot the last Shrlncrs' pilgrim
age to Honolulu. has Just donated to
tho city of Grand Rapids, Mlch his
home, a due building and lot to be
used as a city hospital. Dr. Harlh
has made this one most thoughtful
provl8lon,tiiat anyone, Irrespective of
nationality or rellgloim belief ta to be
admitted to the hospital. Tho finan
cial condition of the applicants ho sojs,
may be Investigated after'admlsslon to
FARE A'ELL TO GILPILLAN.
On Saturday night next the Knight
Templarv. will glysi a big farewell
hanquet to Archie Ollflllan commander,
of tho order who lcavs In tho City of
Peking for the purpose of attending
the Triennial Conclave of tho K. T. at
Louisville Ky. as the representative
of the order In Hawaii. Thero will ho
Bpeechcs and a general good time all
No Return Game.
Thero will be no return gamo be
tween the Honolulu Athletic Club and
Artillery next Saturday afternoon as
the former team wishes to use the tlmo
for practice.- It will be-remembered
thai-ion last Sa,turdy aftcrnoonT'the
soldiers weie beaten by the Honolulu
Athletic Club and a return game was
ut once agreed on,
Tho T. K. K.- America. Maru, which
will probably arrive from the Orient
tbli afternoon, departs for San Fran
clscoutomorrow. Subscribers io the BULLETIN
not receiving tlieir paM.n promptly
wjll I'onft'r'n favor by notifying the
Bullies Office; Telephone SflO.
Send your Packages, to
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was opposed by Attorney General
inu wunHiiiu.iun ui me uufiru
In South Australia
H.. Stead of London, who visited Ho
nolulu, a few months ago, was very
much .struck with the value of the
algeroba tree to these Islands, and,
acting on un'lmpuUcno do the Em
pire a good service, sent a large .con
signment ot algeroba seeds to Sontb
ern Australia. Sir John Cockburn of
Adelaide was highly gratified, upon the
receipt of the seeds. Ho publishes the
statement that the algeroba has trans
formed Hawaii from a tropical descit
t6 a shady grovet with babbling
brooks, green pastures and lowing
tine. With this recommendation, It
may be expected that the farmers of
Southwestern Australia will be older-
Ing algeroba seeds by the shlpload.
KOEBELB TO TAKB A TRIP.
l'rof. Koobele. the Government en
tomologist, will Ieao on a, tour of the
other Isands In a fortnight or so, his
Intention being to gather racist loi tho
report which he Is soon to prtpaie.
l'rof. Koebcle Is pleased witu tlie re
sults that hae been obtaln-i-i lioni
tho spreading broadcast of the .lapi
neBO beetlo lungiuV There is a notice
able diminution of the pest nlready.
The entomologist expccteil a bis In
crease bis year, and he was not dU
appointed, but the work that Is now
being ilone by tho deadly ruui;w as
sures a very much diminished number
next year. Prof. Koebelo wax out tni
the Government nursery this moriili'.
and he succeeded in getting a quart
of tho Japanese beetles, a grvttt many
of which hnd nlieady been ii'lacked
by the fungis.
BULLETIN BOYS THE VICTOR1.
Tho Dultetln boys won 'the baseball
game this morning by the score ot Is
to 12. Tho Ilulletin hoys were not cx-j
cited nt all but the Pacific Club team
was .excited till the game's end. Two
of tho Bulletin boys .who made home
run hits were IJn Gee tnd John Shaw.
Tho umpires were Kn Sue and Charley,
Valid. The scorer was Len Kill. The
l!ullct,ln boys won the game very easy,
En Geo pitched the whole nine Innings.
The score by. Innings was as' follows!'
Bulletin .. ..',.1 2 4 1 3 0 1 1 19
Pacific Club ,...61120000 212
Two base hits, J, Shaw, Kn Gee, it.
Jordan and C. Louis.
Three base hits, En Gee and Akana,'
Hoho runs, J, Shaw and Gn Gee,
Time, 1;4S minutes.
v JOIIN SHAW.
ME88AGB FROM PELB.
Word was brought from Hawaii ll.lt
morning by the steamer Noeau that
the volcano had burst forth again. Np
particulars could be obtained further
than this. The word was telephoned
from Illlo to Honokaa Just before the
At the Executive Council this morn
ing the- pnly persons present were
Acting Governor .Cooper, J, H, Boyd
and W. II. Wright. Liquor licenses
and minor matters from the Public
I Works Department comprised the busl
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House ' Members Will
Know What Is
ADJOURNMENT IS SET
BACK ONE MORE DAY
Sxond Reading of Unpaid Bills Act
Brings Out Desire for Know
The House went nt the small amount
of business before It this morning In
regular session stle. One would hae'
limitti Mnl ttin trnr va BftfniiA liiit nrt '
been held to listen to tho numerous ' Lon Agnew. the special Kllce officer
motions for amendment and commit- nnd expert boxer. Is doing an Immen-u'
ting the bill under consideration. All amount of good among the police olll
this was done In the foco of the filet rcrH- u' Mi constant dally training,
that scarcely a auorum was uresent to tll(-' officers lme reached a degree of
do business. Tho Senate bill for un
paid bi'ls was sent to committee, how
cer, and tv til come up for passage to
moriow afternoon on second reading
which will put tho third reading Sat
urday unless there is a fight (.Doubt
less the Acting Governor will postpone
bl9 trip to Pearl City Saturday long
enough to await tbe'actlon of tho two
houses anil alve them a chance to ad-
Journ with tho expiring week.
When the House mot (here was a
quorum. present but only one! to spare.
The first business other than 'tlie usual
routine was the second redding of Sen
ator. Urown's Wll appropriating SC.
000 for unpaid, bills of tlu Territory,
mostly legacies of loweH'("nnancler
Ing." Some of them run clear back to
189? and whyjho Legislature of '98
did not pay them was it question which
among others caused the House to send
the bill to committee tor the most
thorough Investigation than can be
accomplished In two days' time.
As soon as the bill cmo up, Dccklcy
moved to read It by title, but the
Speaker ruled htm out of 6fderand the
bill was read through. Emmeluth
moved the bill be sent to a special
committee of Ave members. Prender
east seconded tho motion with a celer
ity that' meant business for somebody.
That "somebody again proved, to be
Mak'ekau who wanted'to pass tho bill
ns It stood, claiming It would be dis
respectful to tho Senate to question
their Judgment. Mossman tried to n'l
him to order but was worsted. Punk!
then put In nn oar In favor of Investi
gation. He said he rns tired ot the
ecslon as was Makekau or anybody
else but .ho did not want to vote for
something ho did 'not know nlnu
Mossman here got In hit regulation
move during the regular session of
moving the prcvlous'questlon but his
henchmen fallal to catch on and before
he could renew It, Makekau was again
dilating on "law" and "things." Just
to addjsplco, Kcknitla seconded Make
kau's motion that tho bill pass and
at the saino time moved an amendment
by way qf Inserting an itejri of 2QG0
for, expenses of the Legislature cover
ing the extension beyond the sixty days
provided for in tho $17,000 expense bill.
Paclc got in a parting shot at the
bills which had been allowed to pass
the sessions o'f the Legislature ot 1803
without payment and then the voting
begun. Kekaula's amuidment came up
first and went through rotwlthstan'dlng
Mnkeknu who has cold feet on account
of his attempt to get the House to pass
the Senato (20,000 amendment did not
succeed. Tho motion to send the bill
to a special committee for Investigation
then went through with a rush. Em
meluth, Gllflltan, Kekaula, Premier
gast and Mossman were appointed to
attend to the matter. Ilcckley wanted
the cpmmlttce specially Instructed to
look up tho 110.000 that Superintendent
J H. Uoyd wanted for current unpaid
bills ond Paelo wanted the 1897 bills
thoroughly looked Into. The Speaker
CLEAN UP SALE
Also 500. Pairs of Ladies' Button Bodts'and Ox Ties
of odd sizes reduced ti 75c per pair. Come In and see.
We msy have your slate and If we hive you will be money
In. Don't forge the place ' : : : : : : f f : : i
MANUFACTURERS SHOE COMPANY
tOfST Fopt Street.
1 Instructed the committee to report by
2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the
latest and then put Kelllkoa's motion
to adjourn, which carried. This Kcllll.
koa motion to adjourn Is another relic
of the regular session. Kelllkoa used
to get, tired about 4 o'clock and after
.venting a few of his special brand of
ejaculations would move to adjourn.
'The result Is that now that Ketllkoa In
person Is away his spirit still pervades
the hal) of the House and most cery
day It's "Kelllkoa's motion to ndjourn"
that euds the day's work though Ke
lllkca has been In Kona for O'week or
Applications for fanlcum grass nrn
still pouring In at the office of tho
Commissioner of Agrlculurc and Tor
cstry. Wray Taylor has all be ran do
suppbing the demand. Men tror.i Ha
waii. Maul, Kauai and this Island huu
been In to get bundles and the itin'ily
Is growing very short. Mr. Kntidsen
of Kepaha was In this morning and
carried away a bunch. Manager Morv
sar rat of Kapahala ranch, Kau, ll.-i-
, wall, will take along a big bundle
when he lenes for homo In ihe Mmiin
A lot of tho grass Is to bo planted on
Tantalus cry soon.
AGNBW AT WORK.
efficiency which has never before been
possessed by them. They can now
cope with difficulties which prelously,
were Impossible. ,
Last evening Agnew boxed with qn
old pupil of his who recently arrived
in tho elty, and the police officers were
treated to a fine exhibition. ,.
Agtiew names Sam Chllllngwortb
nnd Dan Vlda as being the most apt
"' "l8 Pr.
GRBAGR MEN KICK.
.The garbage men of the Ptibll
Works Department refused to worft
this morning on accoun' of the reduc
tion In their wnges. Tl-ey were form
erly receiving HO a month and, when
this was reduced to S37.S0. they na
turally registered a vigorous kick. Th
matter has been explained to the men
and It Is now thought'that they will re
turn to work,
The reductl5n in wages Is no fault
ot the Public Works Department. It
comes as a direct result ot the meagre
amount passed by th Legislature to
carry on the work .
8olmenlty otAn Oath.
TIip case of Ing Kawat, charged
with assault and balteryon a native
girl of seven summers. Malic by name,
came up In the Potlco Court this fore
noon. The case was nollo pros'd be-'
cause the little girl did not realize tho
solemnity of nif oath. Attorney
Ilrool;j who represented the defence,
would not allow Malle to testify on
that ground. As she was the only wit
ness of tho shameless and criminal
act said to. hate been committed by
the Chinaman, nothing could be 'dune.
It may bo that the little girl may suc
ceed In understanding In the next few
ilAys what Is meant by an oath. If
this happens, it will probably bo a
sorry day for the Chinaman.
L. Hamilton Rtchey and Miss Korn
baum were married at tho homo of .Mr.
ond Mrs. E. O. Miller on Punchbowl
street last evening, Itcv, A. K. Cory offi
ciating. The wedding was a quiet
one.'only, relatives being present. The
groom is one of the hospital corps ot
the United States Army hospital.
Dowling as Captain. .
Mate Dowllng of tho Rufus E. Wind
took the ship Sea King to sea yester
day. Captain Wallace, the command-ir
of ho 'vessel, Is detained here await
ing trial for alleged cruelty to seameM
on tho high' seas.
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to send' In
their POST OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not be
accepted for delivery by the post
J., Kaltihl has been commissioned
District Magistrate at Koolauloa, vice
Wm. Kathburn; resigned.
Over m Pairs at Special
r .Cut Prjcs. '
Ladles1 'Lace Boots, hand tern,
vesrg top, Louis' XV hetl,
J6.50,cut to M.M)
Ladles' Tan Button Boots 6.oo. ,
cut to $8.80 A x
Ladles' Black Button Boots 5 co, S
ft.co,cutto a.o 5
Ladles' Tan Lace Boots, M.oo..
f6.oo,cutto P.BO B
Ladles' Fine Ox'ord Ties. 5, -a
JO.OO, -.utlo SSI. SO
Ladles' Fine Strap Sllows, Louis
XV hrelt'fs.oo, f&co. cut M
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