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Vol. XL No. 1901.
HONOLULU. TKKR1TORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. JULY 27 1901
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BASEBALL LEAGUE, TAKES
. ACTtooS'TKIAL GAME
H. M. Whitney, Jr., and Morris
Keohokalole Men Who Will Pilot
Honolulu Athletic Star
Game Next Saturday.
The baseball league held a meeting
last, night at which each team of the
organization had a representative or
representatives. Deputy High Sheriff
Chllllhgworth. president of the league,
was In the chair.
'I lie most Important matter under
consideration was the championship
game between the Stars and Honolulu
Athletic Club next Saturday. Wticn
the question of umpires was brought
up, the names ' H. M. Whitney, Jr.,
and Morris Keohokalole were at once
suggested, those present realizing the
entile fitness of these men above all
others, for the responsible positions.
Ilicio was not much discussion on
thlb subject and tho piesldent having
been given tho power to do so, ap
pointed the men named as umpires. It
wan thai suggested t.that both Mr.
Whitney and Mr. Keohokalole were on
the boaid of appeal and therefore could
not spiv as umpires. Since the sea
son does w Ith Saturday's game, there
will be no more need for the services
of the two men on the board of ap
peal and, as soon as the new season
opens up, they can be reappointed.
livery member of the league present
seemed to realize the importance of
Eoo 1 umpires for Saturday's game.
Evij point will be closely contested
nnd time will undoubtedly be some
Knott problems to solve.
Nothing In connection with the r
poit of the Stars having secured an ev
peit pitcher from the Coast was
bioached by any member of the league.
it limine been understood that tho
SMis had ceased to consider the prop
osition. After the meeting, ono of th
league members said; 'If tho Stars at
tempt to emploj new talent from tho
Coast. 111 stop It. We do not want
any such work among us. It will spoil
The lengue game this afternoon be
tween the Police nnd Malle-lilma teams
will be plaved on the campus nt Calm
College, the kick ot the cricketers Lav
ing been listened to by the lm?ball
Ists. The latter feel that there would
have been a much more frlendlr fell
ing piomoted between the two sets of
plnyers had the former gone iibo.it
the matter quietly instead of renins;
nut In a certain morning pnpr with
all manner of slurs and hints nf hog
glshncss on the pnrt of the lusehull
'I he cricketers will assemble on the
Maklkl it creation giounds this after
noon to Indulge In one of their old
time games. Tho Mniried and Single
nun will work foi tupiemac). The
game etaits at 3 o'clock i-Uaiii. Pol-
lowlng are the teams.
Mill iled Men Hi ash. Gaivc), Har
vev, Joidan icaptalu). Hew V. II. Kit
tat. Kane. Morse, Melntjie. Parish.
I'lldiiala. Stanley, Thomas, Dr. Wal
Single Men II. An lei son (captain)
I). W. Anderson, Blackmau. Cation,
CocJbuin. Cralk, HaUleld, Mctllll.
Wako, .Miles, 0111. Usboinc, Scjnionr,
Slnclah, Ross, Bottomly, Guild and
The Aloha Dancing Club will give
n dance in tho Concoidla hall this
evening at S o'clock. Ever) body Is In
vltcU and a good time is promised. It
has not jet been decided whether oroo
an admission fee will be charged. If
muh J course Is decided on, the fn
will not lie large.
I.I5WIS At Kaplolanl Mnternlty
Hoiije, Honolulu, July 21, 1901, to
Hi' y..ie of W, II. Lewis, a daughter.
HARD TIMES ARE THE
CEST TE&T OF A NEW
suburb : : : : :
Tnc fact that THREE.. RES.
DLNCns srs NOW IN COURSE OF
EFCCTIV bl.-fc for another about to
be o.ened ard plr. i'pr several mors
In the hands of local architects, and all
for BONA FIDE PURCHASERS,
shows the vitality of the movement to
wtirds College Hills.
IThe approaching operation of the
cir line and water plant makes Im
mediate cccupatlon possible.
IB) Wireless Telegraph.)
Mahttnkona, Hawaii, July 27.
The bark Empire burned to
the water's edge and went to
the bottom at 10 o'clock this
The Klnau was unable to put
out the fire and continued on
her way to Honolulu this morn-
FINE NEW 8CHOONBR.
The fin new schooner W. J Patter
son from Grays Harbor arrived ester
day afternoon after a pleasant trip of
twenty two days. 8ho brought 760.000
feet of lumber for Allen & Robinson.
The Patterson Is a four-master of 3B9
tons register, built by J. Mndstrom at
Abrdeen. Washington, several months
ago. This Is her second trip, but the
first to this port, iter flist trip was tc
ban t'ranclsco with a load ot lumber
Captain Weltkanut. her eonimandcr.
has been hete several times, but early
In the '$"'s. Ho finds many changes In
the town since his last visit.
HOUSE PASSED UNPAID
BILLS ACT TODAY
Senate Will Take Action This After
noon, Acting Governor Will
Sign and All Will
I The end of the Legislature, or at
least of the ctra session for tho con
sideration of appropriation bills, will
probably occur today liefoie the su
burban read its of tho Bulletin receive
their papers. i
The House did not meet until after
11 o'clock this forenoon, a Senator
Ilrown's bill was not ready for trans
mission to the Senate until that time.
As soon as the House was called to
order and minutes were approved, tho
unpaid bills act, known as Senate Bill
No. 3. was read and passed on its third
reading without a single speech.
BecUley moved that the bill pass,
and then voted against It, as also did
1'aele. That made only fifteen votes
In tavor of the bill, which would havo
defeated It. a full majority of all the
members being required. Both the
two men named changed their votes
before the result was announced, so
the final vote stood: Ayes, 17; noes,
j, auseiit. U. ol wliom 'i had been ex
cused from attendance by tho Speaker.
Kumaiae. Ilobcrtson and Mnhoc were
the out Oahu members absent.
During the wait for the typewriting
of the bill, Clerk Melieula had made up
a list of the House amendments read
to transmit to tho Senate as soon as
tho bill passed. Caibon copies of the
bill had been prepared by Mr. Pi jn
dergast. chairman of tho Comin ltd
on Engrossed Bills, and a cnrbmi lur
nlslied to Acting Governor Coopur. Hid
clerk have been at work all nu.-nlni.'
comrnrlng tho Items in tho bill as It
passed the House, so tlint if the Son
ate accepts tho House amendments
the bill will go to the Governor aim
the Legislature v 111 reccivo from lil'ii
a letter already written notllylng them
that he has approved tho Act
This will probably bo tin quickest
record on a bill in tho history of the
Hawaiian Islands, and It meanj that
the Legislature can adjoti.n tdn dlo
before 4 o'clock this afie.noon
As soon as tho vote was announced
the House took a rccc-Hs until
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
By Melviii Vanimon
Mr. Melvla Vanimnn. tho expert
photographer for King Bros , hus Just
completed a marvelous pluro of pho
tographic wotk a panoramic view of
Honolulu from Dlnmond Head to Kv
Mill. The picture Is 18 Inches long mid
wa., taken, fiom the foremast of Ihu
baric C. D."Brjant on Thursda last
with a camefra especially coiistnii-trj
by .Mr. Vanlman and provided with a
tug lens, which was mado In Uorr.iany
and which arrived hut a few dayi ao.
No such feat as that accomplished
by Mr. Vanlman has over been equaled
or even approached by any photog
rapher In Honolulu. Tho camera
which Mr. Vanlman used Is capable, of
accommodating a 27-Inch plato. The
photographer statc-H that on Monday
ho will have ono of tho pictures col
ored and on show.
Thomas Pitch has filed n supple
nicntil petition in tho matter of tho
guai dlanshlp of James Lovo n spend
thrift. Tho petition alleges that tho
plaintiff vmih tricked Into admitting
lilniseir guilty of drunkenness, ldk neii
and debaiiihci) by J. A, Magnnn, his
prctiviit guai dlnn, Tho petition nlso
alleges that the giiardlnnsblp lins not
been managed In tho Interest of tho
complainant, and prnjs that tho spend
thrift trust bo terminated.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 rents twr
UP FOR CONTEMPT
Judge Gear Sentences High Sheriff
to Imprisonment for One Hour for
Arresting Liberated Japanese Be
fore They Leave the Court House
After Release on Habeas Corpus.
This morning In the Circuit Court the three Japanese convicts
whom writs of habeas corpus wero applied for, wcie released by or
der of Judge Gear on the ground that they had been Illegally con
demned. On Instructions from Attorney General Dole High Sheriff
Brown rearrested the released men os they passed fiom the court
Brown was called before the bar of the Court and given an op
portunity to show cause why be should not be adjudged guilty of
contempt. He spoke In his own behalf and was backed b the Attor
ney General, who mado an Impassioned appeal In lib. behalf. The
Court declared the High Sheriff In contempt and crdcied bl m Ihi
prlso for one hour. The Couit left It to the High Sheriff himself to
execute the order of Imprisonment.
A special Grand Jury will be called by .Ii'dge Gear to Investi
gate the cases of liberated prisoners who are ta be i car rested on
Neither the tears In the ltorncy
General's voice, the smile ii on th face
of Judge Gear nor the ncrv front of
the High Sheriff weie sullli lent to
save . M. Brown, High SherifT of the
Territory of Hawaii from u sentence
of contempt of court this morning. By
order of Judge Gear, he was iiiund
guilty of open and flagrant contempt of
court. In arresting the three Japanese, to do It, 1 am responsible. He Is nl
whom the Court had released upon a) 8 a zealous olllrer He Iwi't to
writs of habeas corpus. The Court j blame."
held that the prisoners were entitled The Court tinned to Dole and said
to go from the building free. The High j ''Mr. Attorney General, do ou say It Is
Sheriff nrresteil them on warrants pre-1 not contempt of court for the High
pared b the Attorney General, charg-j Sheriff to arrest men released on ha
Ing the original crime for which the? iotas corpus In the presence and In the
were first Imprisoned. I view of the Court?" The Attorney
The scramble of the High Sheriff' Qenernl said the question was too
and his assistants to renrrest the liber-' Hidden.
atcd men. as they left the door of the The Court suggested that tip he less
court room attracted the Court's ntten-i free with bis positive assertions,
tlon. Attorney 1. M. Brooks brought Judge Gear then made nn order
the matter formally befoie the Couit which ranted smiles to wreath cvpn the
by a motion. The High 8herlff was! troubled face'of the Attorney General,
standing at the makal door. The lastThe High Sheriff was cidered to arrest
prisoner was leaving by the other
door. The wan ant for his rearrest was
In the High Sheriff's hands. The
Court had ordered the High Sheriff to
step forward and sho-v cause why he I matters of the three Japanese eon
should not be adjudged guilty of con lets, were liberally sinlnkled with
tempt. 'comedy furnished by the vi inutile At-
Turning to n subordinate In the cor-toiney General. As .Mich prisoner was
rldor, tho High Sheriff threw the war- Set at liberty Mr. Dole would s.i "I
rant towards him, saving. "Arrest that
man In the corridor." and turned to
face the Court. The subordinate
chased the freed man around the cor
ner nnd caught him by the scruff of
the neck, befoie he reached the
T. W. l'attnn, the contractor, was
knocked down, run ovei and badly
battered bj Hiistace's grocery l.'llvrj
wagon at the comer of Alakea and
King street this morning. Mr. I'utteu
was sailing up the street on hts new
chalnless Sterling. The delivery wagon
was rattling along, returning fiom a
breakfast delivery of oat meal and cof
fee. The Portuguese driver was think
ing of his Sabbath holiday and Mr.
Patten waa In deep reflection concern
ing building plans,
Thn collision was sudden. Mr. Pat
ten landed In a mud spot and lacerated
his band on a sharp rock, The horso
stepped on the blejcle, which became
entangled under bis rear hoofs. A few
swift kicks from the frightened horse
made the green painted wheel look like
i bundle of barbed wire. The con
versation between .Mr. Patten and the
Portuguese driver was too rapid to li
CAPTAIN BOURKE ARRIVES.
Captain Bourke, the first skipper
with an Irish name who has arrived
horo In ears. is lt command of the lit
tle schooner Oceania Vanco,. which' ar
rived this morning Irom Grajs Harbor
after a smart trip ot twent) days. Cap
tain Hourkc Is accompanied b his
wife. The schooner has a cargo of
&70.00U feet of lumber for Lewers i.
Clara "Is Hetty happy In her mar
ried life?" Rjther "She ought ta be.
No less than three girls In to.vn wire
after her Charley." Boston Trans
cript. Send your Paclcufies to
villRCMAN ' PARCEL
DHL i VRRY
The High Sheriff drew himself up
before the CouiJ as only the High Hbcr-
iu nuuns nun u muw liu. ah lie
I stammered to the Court that he did not
known It was contempt to arrest men
in the corrldm of the court house, tfcn
tearful voice of the Attorney GeniJ.il
piped in, saving: "May It please the
'Court, It wasn't contempt. 1 told him
himself and take himself Into ens-
lortfor,thc period ,of one hour, Jor
contempt (if court.
The proceedings In tb" habeas corpus
file notice of appeal to the Supiemci
Court of the Territory" Judge Gear
would In owr j Instume give the At
torney General n glniuo from eves that
twinkled Increasing concern
The Attorney General made no ap
peal from the Court's order.
Do Ulan was bunded down by thu
Supicme Court tndnv In the cut of J,
J. 11) me vs. P. J, Voc-llei taken up on
exceptions from the Plrel Circuit. The
suit Aas one In assumpsit foi b.il.uuu
due on contract. The exceptions taken
by appellants to the instructions of
the lower court to the Jury wero over
ruled by the decision. The opinion
Is by G.ilbralth, and holds; The ver
dict nf a Jury will not be set aside by
the appellate court where there Is evi
dence to support It and no prejudicial
error of law appears. Kinney, llullou
& MoClanahan for plaintiff; Magoou &
Thoinpsoa for defendant
The Supreme Court decided the case
nf John Fowler &Co., Ltd , vs. Itobert
Catton and Georgo W. Macfarljne, yes
terday, reversing the Judgment of the
lower court which held that It had no
jurisdiction In the rase, sustaining de
fendant's demurrer. Plaintiffs then
filed a motion asking for live clajn time
in which to prepare and tile an amend
ed bill without showing the character
of the amendments to be made. This
motion was denied by Judge Iliim
phrejii and the rnsu dismissed us to
Catton. Tho complainant appealed
from thu decision, -f - .
Tho opinion Is by Gnlbralth and goes
extenahel) Into the confidential Jiusl
ness relations existing between plain
tiff und defendant. The dcciee appeal,
cil from Is reverted with leave to the
plaltlff to move tho Circuit Judge to
alow it to amend Its bill In conformlt.v
vlth the opinion of thn Supicme Court.
Tho dredge. Samson, built for the
Queensland Government on designs
ot Mr. Llndon Bates, was olllelally
tested on Aprl 26 In tho BiUbnnti
river. In tills trial tho (Hedged mn
torlal was discharged thiough l,r,Do
feet of lloatlng pipe- nnd the cut uindo
was JO feet wldo and B led deep Tho
report of tho Marino Depailmnnt
fIiowh an ndvanco In f3 minutes of
1 Oil lineal feet anil S.ISU ruble vnrds
of material oxcavnted. This was 3,1)00
cubic jards In uxceSH of tho guarantee,
Thu dredgu wns built In i:nglnud, Inu
thu engines and winches for operating
tho dredgu wero built In New York.
Fu.j Job Printing 8t the Bui
12, C. Homef, u (ierinun who has beeu
working for II. K. Wlchmnn for sonic
time lt.lfit. ImR lll8nlllieilt-f.il nml a r.fiii-
ple of mounted patrolmen ns well ns a
number of the closest of lilg friends
nrc searching most zealously for him.
It will be remembered that, a short
time ago, Mr. Hornet's house In Kal
mukl Into which he had Just put his
hard earned wages, was burned to th
ground. Since that time, he has not
been In a very pleasant state of mind
and has appeared very despondent.
After the fire, Mr.. Hornef went to
stay with Mr. ltcdhousc who lives
close to the plnce where the former's
house stood. On Thursday night last.
Mr, Hornef left the place and has nut
been heard of since,
Ycstcrdav, Mr. Kedhouse went to the
police station and laid thn matter be
fore the lllgb. Sheriff. Two mounted
patrolmen were at once sent out in
search of the missing man but, up to
12 noon todnq, no clue at to his where
abouts had been discovered.
SAID GRAND JUNY
WOULD FORCE HAND
Judge 'Gear Announces However That
Grand Jury Will be Called
for August Term of
When the habeas corpus matters
were under consideration this morn
Ing. Judge) Gear said that In view of
the Inc-t that some) of the leleased
prisoners had been rearrested, he be
Moved It would be- necessary to call a
speclBl Grand Jury. Herald It was
raithest from his wish fo deprlvo the
Territory' of the right to prosecute.
The Court was promptly addressed by
the- Attorney General, who mado u r
iliiont. that .the question of calling a
Grand July be postponed. He thought
it would be better to let th" subject
lest nt least until next Mem. ..
"What reasons Imve ou f r favor
Ing such de-la) ?" Inquired the Court
"Is It liecause of jour efforts tu pro
cure a special eemi or the Supreme
"No." sniil Ml Dole', "I ngie-c Hint
unless iur Honor's ordeis In these
matte rs nro roveisod by the Supreme
Court It will lie necessary to bring
I hew men befoie n Grand Jury But
I would suggest thin the time for call
ing the Jur) wait until Monday"
"I would like In know the Attorney
General k Masons,' ivllcratecl the
The Attoine) General thin stated
Hint It would be too much like fori lug
the hand nf the Government to compel
It to conn- In nt once
Tin ccillciimv ended In the C t nil
iioiiuciiig that a Grand Jurv would be
cnllul loi the August term to pass cm
the ensis of the iiiiivlits lalelj i.
iciihcii ami wuii might lie renriesteil
Catholic Church Notice
'I he Church of St John the Baptist.
Kalihl-wiienii, tomoirow, at 8,30 a m ,
high mass with sermon and collection,
as usual. Pour p. m. oc-nlng service.
The Church of the Sacred Heart.
Maiquesvllle (Puualiou), tomorrow at
11 a. in., high mass, with sermon nnd
collection, as usual. Three p. m..
Tomorrow will bo the last day of
our cut rate sale, and we will wind It
up with three of the best bargains wo
have u offered. Ill ail tho ud. of tho
Munufae Hirers Shoo Co.
'I he Klnau passed Molokal Point at
1? o'clock todav. She should arrive
heie between thiio and four o'clock
THREE NEW SPECIALS
FOR SATURDAY, JULY 27
Ladies' Patent Leather Ties JB.00, cut to $2.50
Ladles' Tan Southern Ties 6.00, cut to 2.50
Ladles' Bronze Ties 6.50, cut to 2.50
100 pairs of Misses' Oxblood and Black 8lip.
per 3.00, cut to 1.00
Sale positively close c SiturJay nlnlit and these
prices are only for the one day, so do not dehy
In gettliu the g eitest bitRalns ever offered In
. Honolulu. : ::::::::::::
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
DEPOSITS OF $231,000
SHOULD 00 FOR CHARITY
Secretary Chang Chau Says There
Would be no Objection to
Using it for Chinese
Some of the most prominent Chinese
Of the city Included among whom nr
oiniers of the Chinese hospital, haw
come forward with a proposition In
connection with the disposition of thi
J231.000 deposit money of Chinese It
the Islands. Their idea Is to take this
money nnd use It for the support of
Ihc Chinese hospital In Kapalama
which Is now being supported b the
charitably Inclined Chinese of the city.
Chang Chau. one of the officers of the
hospital. In speaking of the matter this
"It seems to me thnt the 1231.00')
could be put to no better or more proft.
tabic use than by making It a fund up
on which the hospital can draw. It
will place the institution on a perfectl)
Independent basis and will be the
means of relieving the sufferings and
perhaps saving the lives of htindrei's
and thousands of Chinese.
'Of course, we must first have the
consent of the local government b
fore wc can do anything whatever. If
the powers are favorably dlsjiosed. we
will go to work at once. The com
mittee In charge of the hospital will
appoint sub-committees and those who
have deposited the money making up
the handsome sum named will be either
seen or written to.
"Wo do not anticipate that the:e
will be the least trouble In gcttlne the
Chinese concerned to agree -to cur
pioposltlon tor the money Is tu bo
spent for themselves nnd for their suf
fering countrymen. Chinese will give
their money toward the relief of thelt
sick companions when they would nol
do au thing else.
'Our most prominent members of thn
i om mn nit) the leaders among the
Chinese merchant class will start out
to work up the matter as soon as hi
obtain permission from the govern
"Of course, there is a possibility thn
some of the Chinese Interested will not
agree to glv Ing up their money but this
win not lio so with tho great majoilty.
If such rases arc met with, note maj
be taken of the fact and the nmoivt
deducted from the $231,000 and left iu
"I think that the proposition Is k
good one. It Is not based on any nar
row foundation of benefit to u few but
Is laid on the broad plan of charity
und the relief of hundreds and thou
sands of suffering Chinese, the major
p.ut of whom will be men fiom the
"Wei earnest!) pni) that the govern
ment will grant the petition we make.
With .this once obtained, all will bo
plain sailing "
THE DliPEMHiR ENROUTE.
The schooner 1 fender has started
from ll.inamaulti for Honolulu. The
W G. Hull after a very great difficulty
towed her to sea and her captain con
cluded thnt he could sill the dimaged
vessel to port. Her rudder which was
damaged ou her nrrlvul nt Hanamaulii
has been sufficiently repaired to makci
It safe to sail here. 3he will be put
In the dry dock for permanent repair
AH Ol AGAIN ARRESTED,
Ah Ol, the Chinaman who was con
victed of burglary In the first dcetc-a
some )curs ago and who was released
from Oahu Jail on tho 17th Inst , on u
writ of habeas corpus, wus ancstcl
again )estcrday on the mime chnrg?
on a warrant sworn to by High Sher
iff Brown. Ah Ol Is charged with hav.
Ing entered tho house of II, V. .Murriy
on M.i) 27. 1!99.
McClellan, Pond & Co,
'or Castle & Lansdale