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Vol. XL 'No. 1912.
HONOLULU. TKRRlTQRYJOF HAWMJERinAY. AUGUST 9. 11)01.
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'' "ji Evening
LIKELY TO BE CONSIDERED
SPECIAL SUPREME COURT
Chief Justice Frear Talks of the
Habeas Corpus and Income
Tax Questions Com-.
Chief Justice, Frear, speaking to a
llulletln reporter of the special term
of the Supreme Court which convenes
next Monday, said: "The special term
was called primarily to consider two
matters, tho habeas corpus enses and
the Income tax law. It has been pub
lished that the Court will consider
other business. This is not certain. It
will depend on how much time the
two matters referred to will require.
If the hearing of these cases does not
consume too much time, the Court may
not adjourn sine die, but will perhaps
conevene again and take up .business
which may seem pressing; It, are
tiot able- to decide the habeas torpus
and the Income tax cases early, there
will probably be no other matters con
sidered. "1 think the habeas corpus question
will come up first. We cannot antici
pate what polnts'wlll be brought out
by counsel of course, but thero are two
points which will occupy the Court.
First, will an appeal He in a habeas
corpus matter. Becond, If so, was the
decision of the lower court correct.
So far as this Court Is concerned, the
prisoners are now at liberty. It it Is
found that an appeal will lie In these
enses, and the lower court Is sustained,
the decision of this Court will not alter
the status of tho Individuals. If the
lower court Is reversed the prisoners
will be remanded to serve out their
"Would an Indictment by the present
Ornnd Jury against these prisoners,
who have been rearrested, complicate
the habeas corpus case before the Su
"Not at all," said the Chief Justice,
"In the event that the lower court was
light the Indictment would be the first
stcn In the matter of trying these men
according to law. If the lower court
was in error, the Indictment could be
-..olJi ii.us'd by uie Atlbrney'Ocn'erai!
nnd the prisoners. If in the hands df
the authorities would be put to serving
out thclt original time."
C.ilhan, the man who was arrested
caily yesterday morning by Special
Olllcer Doyle on the charge of vagran
cy, appeared In tho Police Court this
forenoon. The man stated that ho had
not been working for three weeks or
nioi e and that, on Wednesday night,
he awakened with a headache and went
mit for n walk. A fi lend asked him to
tnli n . Imr fnr him nnil that was what,
ho was doing when arrested by Doyle.
The Judge listened to all this with
patience and then sentenced tho man
to one month's imprisonment at hard
labor. It appeals that Calhan and his
pal hud been on the street corner from
eaily In the evening until the tlmo
Dojle made the arrest. Dr. Burgess
had been watching them and was on
the point of telephoning t6 the police
station when ho recognized the pollen
It turns out that Calhan and his
partner have been operating in more
places in the Islands than Honolulu.
About two months ago they were on
Kauai and wero there plying their
trade of selling bogus rings. They
were caught trying to dispose of nomn
of this stuff to n Japanese and the
sheriff kicked them clean off tho wharf,
nt the same tlmo telling them they had
better take the steamer that was lcav
lug that afternoon for Honolulu. Tho
men did not need a second warning.
domes k McTlghe, successors to Ca
mora & Co., liquor dealers; 35 King St.
hard time8 are the
best test of a new
suburb : : : : :
The fact that THREE.. RE8I
DENCES are NOW IN COUR8E OF
ERECTIN, bids for another about to
be opened and plans for several mon
In the hands of local architects, and all
for BONA FIDE PURCHASERS,
shows the vitality of the movement to
wards College Hills.
The approaching operation of the
car line and water plant makes Im
mediate occupation possible.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
-ogfii ;...' 'i ' imMuWj'.-"" '.iirtnlliirfra'!"'' v'"!iMiii!fr.,ASiiJii'Jili
BREAD IN A TRUST
"i New York, July 26. A bread trust
Is the latest thing In the trust line.
There was incorporated In Trenton to
day the National Bread Company, the
Immediate ambition of which, accord
ing to one of Its stockholders, Is to
control the bread output of New York
city, Jersey and Newark, and eventu
ally to control the bread making In
dustry In all the more important cities
of the United States.
Already several of the larger city
Ll'eerles have been absorbed 'by the
national organization. The' capitaliza
tion of the new company Is $3,000,000,
and It is said to have behind It a num
ber of well known capitalists. Ex
Judge Augustus Van Wyck Is Its at'
THE CAPE HORN
BI6 STEAMERS WILL RAVE
TO COMPETE WITH SAILERS
Big Fleet of Sailing Vessels Will
Carry Sugar for Same Island
The sugar factors of Honolulu' are
at present discussing the renewal of
their contracts for the transportation
of sugar around the Horn by the
steamers of the American-Hawaiian
line. Contracts are about expired for
present season and from what can bo
gathered It looks as If there would be
a little competition In tho around the
Horn carrying next season.
A gentleman thoroughly In touch
with all the sugar Interests of the Isl
ands said In a talk with a llulletln re
porter this morning that as far ns he
was concerned he did not see the ad
vantage of tying up to Cape Horn for
a period of five yenrs as the steamer
people wanted the sugar people li .to to
do. Under present arrangements thero
are-50,000 tons of sugar to be shipped
around the Horn each season for some
tlmo yet, and this season the steamers
did the bulk of the carrying,
While the service has given ger.oinl
satisfaction there ajtrone or iworlims
who" being Interested" 13 shipping, raii
do their own carrying nnd will prob
ably do It. A a matter of n sarti'K,
sugar can be carried around tho Horn
In sailing vessels at $2 per ton leu
than the steamers can do it. Then too
the saving In time by steamer goin? to
New York has not been so great n
was anticipated. It was expected that
the trip to New York from Hllo would
bo made In nt least sixty-five days.
Two vessels have made the run nnd I be
Hist one. the California!!, took seventy-
seven days and thu American, ono hun
dred and two days. The latter vcss:l
was unfortunate however and had to
put Into port two times for coal. From
this port to New York sailing vessels
usually make fast trips und the saving
In carrying is considerable.
From the piesent Indications it Is
very probable that this coming season
will seo the ships George Curtis, Ar-
Foohng Suey, Helen
Brewer, Hawaiian Isles, Tllllo Stur-
buck, Nuunnu and other vessels of tho
San Francisco-New York lleet In tho
sugar carrying business around the
For groceries ring up Bluo 911.
GROWING EAGLES ORDER
New York, August 2. Tho Frater
nal Order of Eagles of New York, has
presented the grand president, Del
Carey Smith of Spokane, Wash., with
a sliver loving cup. The presentation
took place at a banuuet held last
night.. President Smith, who was
elected grand president nt tho conven
tion of Eagles In May last in San Fran
cisco, Is making a general tour of the
Eastern Stntes. He said that although
the order had Its birth in tho far west,
and Is less than flvo oars old,, thero
nre upwards of 100,000 members en
rolled. GODKIN 18 DYING,
New York, August 2. Tho Journal
and Advertiser says:
A teport was brought over on tho
Deutchland that K. Lawrence Oodkln.
formeily editor of tho Evening Po&t
and famous for his phllllplcs against
locnl political organizations, Is dying of
Ilrlght's disease In a little London
Mr. Oodkln has done little active edi
torial work for nearly thrco years,
when ho left Nw Yprlc and. went to
live in Connecticut. His health failed
him some months ago, and he went
THE (SHAMROCK'S RUN.
NowYbrk.Aug. 2. Yn:htlnn expoits
think thnt ,8lr Thomas Upton's cup
challenge;- Shnmioek II may reach New
York harbor on Frllay, August 9.
Sho U,a3 covered tho 1.100 miles fiom
the Clyde to St. Michael's Inland,
Azores, in Ave days, or nt the nvcratro
speed of SCO miles a day, beating tho
iccord of tho Shamrock I to the Azores
by ono day.
If you are out of wood and coal ring
jip Main 136.
Contest is Popular
Ilasebatl still holds the fort "in atlii
Idles In' Honolulu and there Is almost
as much Interest In the outcome of the
gamo between the Police and Artillery
teams tomorrow afternoon ns there
was In the game of last Saturday for
the league championship of the present
season. Both teams are In good
shape for the struggle. The Artillery
men will play the same old team for
they consider It plenty good enough.
The Police team has been changed
about a little. Duncan will play on
second base and Joy ncd Parker will
alternate as pitchers, taking, center
field when not In the box. Chilling
worth will hold down first base as
A kiu Is unable to play, he having suf
fered an Injury to his arm during the
game- with the Malle-Ulmas. Leslie
will catch, Alfred Mossman will play t
third base, Harry Mossman will stop
the' balls that go down In the direction
of short stop, Larc will play right field)
lad Nigel Jackson left field.
The championship cup which has
been on show In one of the Knit street
windows will be presented tc she Ho
nolulu Athletic Club by President
Charles F. Chllllngworth at the rooms
of the club in the Elite building. Ho-
Tho most popular base ball player
is, to be presented with a diamond
ring, which Is now on exhibition In tho
window of II. P. Wicnman. 517 Fort
street Who the most popular player
Is will be round out by the Bulletin In
tho contest that Is now being so hotly
Beginning Monday, August 12, the
standing of the contestants voted for,
will be published each evening in the
Bulletin until the close of the con
test. tu addition to the coupons to be cut
from the first pa'ge'1-or'tlie"'BurietIn",
new subscribers are to be given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follows:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
GEAR I UK Ml
ANOTHER HABEAS CORPUS
APPEAL TO SUPREME COURT
Robertson & Wilder Apply to Sup
reme Court for Release of
Prisoner Second Time on
Judge near rendered a decision today
In the matter of tho application of
Frank Pablo for releajo Irom Imprls
nnment upon a writ of habeas .corpus.
The writ was denied and the applicant
remanded to Jail In accordance with
tho Judge's original order lu tho case, i
Pahla was adjudged guilty of contempt j
of court by Judge Gear some time ago.j
for refusing in reconvey certain lenl
estate purchased by him from a minor,
who was under tho guardianship of the1
court. He was committed to prison
until such a time as he would com-
ply with the order to reconvey, Pahla
was released on bond penning jiuigo,
Gear's decision unun thu writ of ha-
heal corpus ordeied In Puhln's behalf
by Chief .lustko Firnr.
L'nun the dismissal of the writ by
Judge Gear. IMila by his attorneys,
Ubbertson & Wilder, filed notice of
appeal to tho Supremo Court. The at
torneys have also' tiled notlto with the
clerk of tho Supremo Court to plaio
the cause on tbo calendar. Attorneys
for prisoner claim Judge Gear had no
Jurisdiction to order him to reconvey
the land. The Court held that It had
Jurisdiction In that the land was prop
erty under the guardianship nt the
court. An application for a second
writ of habeas corpus will bo made to
the Supremo Court,
MI (Oil DECISION
Decision in tho Supreme Court was
handed down today in tho enso of II.
M. Mint vs. Kaplolanl i-.state, Ltd..
sustaining thu decision of thu First
Tho action was ono of ejectment to
nil-over possession of a lot at WalKlkl
and was decided In plaintiff's Invar.
Tho defendant appealed on four ex
ceptions all of which aro ovurrulol.
Tho opinion was written by Justice
Galbralth, Frear and Peiry concur
rlug. Hutch ft Sllllman and Magoon &
Thompson for plaintiff; J. T. DoBolt
and J, S. Kaulukou for defendant.
totjisimiiii'ji'ii'is' " "jiMliiiAnimwfciuii
lot Btrect, this evening. The cup will
lie received by Cnptntn Patrick Otcason
and Manager John II. Wise and it is
Intimated that' the conjurer's art will
be practiced by some of tho boys,
whcrebY the cup will be made to hold
n effeurcscent llnutd.
The illulletln baseball contest has
awakened nil manner of Interest among
the baseball enthusiasts of the city and
out of lt;hasf grown nnotber proposi
tion for a' continuation of the baseball
games. vThe new series will be known
as tho Winter League games and will
be composed of four teams Capitol.
Judiciary,- Custom Hcuee and Police,
This will 'keep, up the Interest In base
ball and' will 'Tiring to the front soma
players who have- nv-r been heard
from before As local players, all the
baseball talent of the city will be
brought -to the attention of the public
and people will be better able to Judge
the men who represent the best of the
baseball talent. Deputy Sheriff Chll
llngworth said of tho proposed new
league this morning that all the boys
are snxloas for the fray and with the
help of-the llulletln. there will be no
question about this Interest being kept
These coupons are detachable and
must be torn from the subscription re
ceipts and deposited In tho ballot box
the same as the first page coupons. It
wilt lv seen that for $?. the subscrip
tion prVe of the Evening Bulletin foT
ofie yu,f, 750 votes are allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas the same
amount of money would buy only 100
votes If spent for single copies of tho
Bulletin on the street. The sum of it
will buy eighty vvotes If spent tor
eighty aSTi-le copies'" of the DullMjn
with tho newsboys or at thu business
. otTlce. This amount of money. If ex
changed for a receipt for a six mouths
subscription to tho Bulletin, will so-
cure 3j0 votes. One dollar for ono
'year's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles the subscriutr to 100
A wireless telegraph dispatch r
jcolved at 2 o'clock today slates that
thero Is a tidal wuvu at Kallua. Xu
I damage. Is et reported, but the wall I
Is Jtlll rltdni;.
Tbo Ornnd Jury this morning sent
In a note to Judgo Gear asklnt; foi-
, special Instructions upon a matter not
ninilo public-. Tho Jury was at onto
excused until lu o'clock tomorrow
RAID ON DICK THROWERS.
I Gorge Sea and Ixin Agncw, two spc-
clul eifflters. made a raid on tho Ger
mania hllll.iul parlors on Bethel street
during the noon houi today and nr
lested eight or nine of the boys who
wero cnner piuymg or waicniug
aaiuo of dice throwing.. Tho dlco and
'some money were ruptuud by thu o(fi-
I iers and the young rien were sent
i down to Interview thn hlfth slioi"?
This kind of thing has been going on
for some time past nnd the head of the
police decided to stop It, so he bent tho
ulllccis out at tho tlmo mentioned,
Folluwlng wero tho successful can
dldntes lu tho civil service examlna
tlous of July .1 and ti for positions In
tho local post ofllco: Clerks List
Miss Kdlth A. Miller, 82,'JO por cent,
Hobo M. Kelloy, 7D.75. Carriers' List
Itobert S. Pearson, S5.02 per cent
Francis M. Mtflrew. 78.03: Frank ft.
King. 77.C7; Kdwnrd W. Cyrus, 75,15;
William McCoy. 75.17; Georgu f. ti
renett. 72.08; Zacharlah McKeaguo.
70.08; Nicholas K. Hoopll, 70.07; J
II. Sabnte, 70.U0.
Chlono, u j4pancso woman, was ar
rested today nnd held for Investiga
tion on the chnrgo of having stolen
money from n Jnpanea?, tho complete
story of which uppears in another col
umn. A motion for a now trial lu the cas
of II, M, Levy vs. V. K, Azhlll was
denied by Judgo Genr this morning.
Motion for lease to amend complaint
was granted to plaintiff In tho case ot
Emma Nakulna vs. John Kldwell,
A boh was born to thu wife of John
t.nal of Puliation yesterday.
COST OFJJOER WAR
London, Aug. 2. In the Ilouso of
Commons Lord Stnnlcy, financial sec
retary of the War Ofllee, rcpllng to a
question, said the co3t of the war In
South Africa from April 1 to July 21.
was i.'a;,750,0n0, partly chargeable
against tho deficit of last car. The
actual cost In July was .L 1,230.000
weekly. The statement was greeted
with Ironical Irish cheers.
The Chancellor of the Kxchequcr,
Sir Michael lllcks-lleach, said tint If
the war continued at the same cost for
the next three months It would neces
sitate spending the whole of till re
sere he had provided for llnnnclng trie
third quarter, but ho nad reason to
hope that this would not be necessary.
TWO BROTHERS MEET HERE
HAD NOT MET FOR YEARS
Captain Sorenson of the F. M.
Slade Finds a Long Lost
Brother in Town
Ycsteiday, two brothers after an ab
sence of over thirty years from home,
uunng wmcn-time they had neither W. P. Allen asked to be excused
seen or heard from each other, met by from Jury duty on account of his ago
accident on Queen Btrect. Both men and because lie Is alone In buslnvss.
nre seafaring men. one of them Is Cap- "e stated further that he Is not very
tain Louis Sorenson of the schoonc- B,ronK nnu know that Jury duty would
P. M. Slade while the other Is Fio-lor- ',e lfom' In reply to an Inquiry
Ick Sorenson, an aoTe'am-n. at pies- ?"'!! C",,r V Mn A' C" 8,a,c'' lmt
ent lookine for a shin 1 ,.1 1Mml'1 Boon bo 8evcmy of ago.
Li . i- . ll0 wa therefore excused.
Thirty jears ago Fred. rtrk left Den- George W. Smith was also excused
mark In a ship. Ills tilcnils and lam- for tho term because his business
lly were at the wharf to .-ee nim away I partner is nway and his bookkeeper
ns It was his first voyage nnd he a ll. In excusing Mr. Smith, tho Couit
quite a young man. After the latt.xatd It was not tho Idea of tho (In.-.
good bye was nald, more thuii j quar
ter of a century ngo, Frederick r..vci
once wrote or sent word to his reli
tiles. He shipped in the Culled
V, .. ,! l .!, ... l r,... .,
V n i. 7 a .
years. Once while li Undo SaM'a
service he met a brothir In l'hllndp-
phla. Ho was then nwiy it sea and
dually came to this port.
Yesterday he was talking to n T-n
on the street Md?hla brother,- Captain
Sorenson was sitting In the s'oro of tlisi
IVtt.l.... Cl.l.. . ...1l.... lf ..I.........1
, n.-i ..mi, vmiuukij. !(.: Kiuuivu
out nnd notlied the Ions .iis;ut broth
cr. Not being sure that he. was his
brother, he asked Frederic), v.-h.v his
name was. Frederick jr.ld his njui
was Sanderson. The captain then nxk
pd him If it was his (in- name und
then Frederick acknowledge 1 that It
was not. By this time C'jplulli Siitcii
son was sure that ho v,n tulMi.g to
his brother and asked Fidenck If ho
Would' rcwgnlzo his brother If lie saw
him. Frederick rcpll"d tint lio did
not think he would, us It nad bun
such a long time sinte ho cvx hli.i.
Finally after a" Htt'o wille tUcre was a
mutual recognition and it glad gne'
Ing. Then the men talked over tho
old home, and old tlmqs, an.l 'he moth
er and father, and fiintiMis and kistis.
some of whom have been dead for
years. The lost brother was the favor
ite sou of the motheT, who Is still liv
ing lu Denmark and Via mutinied to
iler for jears us dead.
Captain Louis Sorenson took his
brother to a photographer, and had
tlie-lr pictures taken to send to the old
home and mother, and Is sure that she
will bo overjoyed to know that her boy
l still lu thn land of the living. Fred
erick will be glu-n a berth In tho
s homier which his brother commands,
MOST I'LOPLE PATRONUE THE
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less than you can find elsewhere
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FEDERAL JURY IMPANNELLED
BY JUDGE ESTEE TODAY
Jury is Excused Until Next Tues
day Morning Trial of Sea
men for Breaking
Tho apodal August term of thn Uni
ted .States District Court convened
this morning, with Judgo Morris M.
IJstro presiding, bulled States At
torney llalrd, lately returned fron
the Mainland, was at his tabic. J. J
Dunne, who filled tho ofllco during
Balrd's nbsence, was present, together
with Attorneys Fitch nnd Peters, wno
will defend in criminal rases.
The trinl jury was called, and tho
list of those who had no excuse to of
fer, and who admitted they wero ltl
rens or tho United States and that
they could read, write and spenk tho
English language. Is ns lollows:
J. H. Bailey, Julius Asch, A. C. Dow
sell. II. O. Allen. V. II. Smith. Otto
Hose. Frank B. Blake, Wmi Mutch. I.
W. Bergstrom, Wm. Illalsdcll. Jas. V.
Hobertson. Charles Lucas. John Nc.il,
W. II. Shlpman nnd O. W. Smith.
A number of Jurors who reside on
other Islands were absent nnd will not
arrlvo until Monday. Ono man drawn,
.Mr. William Woon. was disqualified by
tho fact that he Is a ilritlsn subject,
eminent to impose Densities on cltl
xoub who might bo needed In the 'pub-
II. W. llarth. manager of tho Hono
lulu UI.AA. Il.l.l 1.fl. , It.-
"'cc' 'cmi nui". liiiuiu lliu
snmo P,en- UBrtn a vounB man. and
th Court was loth to extend the rub
previously uid down, judge Ktn
remarked that "every good man has
isoino business which requires his at-
tcntlon. ' On furthor pressure, Mr.
-Uwtb. jiucci-edod In semiring an 'ex-
. '"".""", """ inursuy morning.
All Jurors wero excused until next
Tuesday morning at 111 o'clock.
Col, Ooorgo McLcod ot tho Metropoli
tan Meat Co., who Is looking out for
the company's Interests In San Fran
cisco, ramo near arriving here In the
steamer Slcrrn from the Coast thu
During tho rush Incident to gcttlnz
I lie essel nway the colonel nnd a gam.
of six men wero nt woik In the steam
er's cold storngo compartment. The
vessel left tho wharf and wns Just
about to discharge the pilot outsldo the
Heads when Mcl.eod and his party ap
peared on thu deck. Captain lloudletti
made arrangements with tho pilot to
tako tho unwilling passengers back to
tho city lu tho pilot boit and they left
tho steamer, receiving much good nn
turcd Joshing from the many passen
gers aboard who knew McLcod,
Murphy Club Program.
Tho principal featuro of tho enter
tainment at Francis Murphy Hall on
Saturday evening will bo an entertain
ing and Instructive address un tho
"Alaska Indian" by Itov. Georg-j
Adams. Mr. Adams has traveled ex
tensively in Alaska. Is a Keen observer
nnd a fluent speaker. The left hIiIo of
tho hall is reserved lor laulcs. and u
largo attendance Is desired. Tho usu
al excellent musical entertainment
will bo given, nnd It Is hoped that
those volunteering a song or n turn
will report to Club Secretary W. II.
Bradley this evening.
Isn't This a Beauty for