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Vol. XI. No. 1910.
HONOLULU. TKKUITOHV OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST li lflOl
Pkioe 5 Ckntp.
i i. .-.li.-.
, Chamber of Commerce
With Other Associa
tions to Test Law.
MATTERS OF INTEREST
DURING YEAR PASSED
P. L. Waldron Elected a Member
Officers for Year Chosen
The annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce took place
thin morning at the office of Castle &
Cooke. ThTe was n pood attendance
of the members and much business was
The election of officers for the en
suing year resulted In the choke of V.
(I. Irwin, president; C. M. Cooke, Wee
president; J. O, Spencer, secretary and
trcasiner. The arbitration committee
nlth C. M. Cooke, as ex officio chair
man Is as follows: F. A. Schaofcr,
J. II. Atherton, K. ,M. Swanzy and V.
The annual reports of the secretary
and tie-asurer wire re id.
The lepurt of the sccretar) shows
"that during the past )car, the Cham
her has held the annual, nine regular,
and four special meetings. One new
member has been elected atid changes
in the membership tcsulting from
iliath. or business changes hae been
i Ight. ii death the Chamber has lost
two members J A. Hopper and v. C.
"Wm. Haywood was inmmlsloned to
ripiesent the Chamber at Washington
The committee appointed to coufer
with the government iclntlve to the
settlement of Castle & Cooke's cltlm
for money advanced, foi the building qf
the quarantine whnif, has been un
nli'e to accomplish an thing.
"1 hlrtj-thre-e hundred dollars ncro
raised 1oi the lellef ot the Galveston
Hood sutfeiers and forwnided.
"Numeious applications foi aid, for
the ptupnee of advertising the Islands,
In the States, have received lonsldei- hi caking out soon. It Ium oven icuc.li
atlou. A resolution passed, expressing ''' "' "tnRo wl"'1 polltlcans aro ho
llas the n-nie of the Chamber, that the Binning to talk about u as political
Tcrrltor) jhould be repiesented at cal,,ta ," '" x,w" ,lllrlnK tho "p,c,
Uuftalo. Th.aerrlto.lal government ;"" Govern... Cooper has tho
lifuslng aid. the p.oject was abandon-, taiH, niIur aihscmei.t. and. It Is lin
ed. I-antem slides, picturing the Isl-1 ..pre,,,,,,!, ttli nlm! something to sa
ands weie purchased however, and in rcw ,aj8. onu way or thu other.
$2j0 appropriated for the expenses of T no natives aru up In arms, becauso
G. I). Oilman, In glvlni! Illustiated lee- It Is a natlvu who was sen. out of of
tines at Buffalo" Hie In biicIi a summnry manner, and
The tuaturer's leport was lead and I tho longer the caso continues undjr
showed the financial affalis of tho1 1" "re the wnrmer the-) aru getting.
Chamber In ood condition, with a cash 'u ,a, Slnl1 Bathe-ring of Hawaiian
.!... ..., v,,...i v. oi ti, - .' Itepubllcnns a da oi two ago. onu t
M,U"V W" ,. W fVW .. B. V
liorts were accepted and Bled, ami a
otn cif thanks tendered the secretniv
and tieasurt-r. I
V. F. Alien repoited at the meeting
this morning that a meeting room In
the new Mclntyie building would soon
hn available for the Chamber, and II.
A. Isenberg made the Chamber an offer;
of n meeting room In the new Hackfeld
The matter of the Income tnx was.
dlscuwed and the Chamber decided to,
Join with the I'lantes and Meichan ts ,
Association In testing the eonstitu
tlouallty nt the new law.
A resolution ot condolence for thn
bei caved family of the late W. C. Wll
dei was adopted, and the secretary di
rected to tianntt a copy to the fa
mily. F. M, Swaniy Introduced a lesolution
which was adopted. s)mpathizliig with
the firm of E 0. Hall & Sou on their
recent serloiif loss b) fire and express
ing the hope that before long tho llrra
will he i established in bushiest.
Fred I. Waldion, representing tho
new Hi m of Wolteis, Wnldion & Co,
was elected a member
Bulletin, 73 cents per '
HARD TIMES ARE THE
BEST TEST OF A NEW
suburb ; : : : :
i i m i
The fact that THREE.. RESI
DENCES are NOW IN COURSE OF
ERECTIN, bids for another about to
be opened and plans for several iron
In the hands of local architects, and all
for BONA FIDE PURCHA3ERS,
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
LOT OF I
LABORER FOR PLANTATIONS
ARRIVE IN THE GAELIC
The Steamer Had a Hard Trip From
Yokohama to Port Had
Easterley Gales and
The steamer Gaelic from the Orient
nrrhed this morning one dnjnlatc. The
delay was caused by bad weather. Af
ter leaving Yokohama the Gaelic en
countered strong Easterly gales and
hcav) head seas to within a couplo of
(las of port. No damage was doiui
the steamer but the trip was an un
The Gaelic brought the first lot of
Japanese laborers to arrive under the
new arrangements. She has eighty
eight who came In the steerage. Musi
of them are men although several wo
men nre with them. They were all
examined this morning touching then
qualifications to land here. Commis
sioner Drown questioned each and
every one of them with the aid of an
Interpreter. They will be sent to quar
antine to stay the regulation fifteen
da) s and will then be turned over to
the plantations for distribution.
Of the cabin passengers for this port,
Mrs. A. S. Devln is a newspaper cor
respondent, who has made a tour of
the world in the interests of the Chi
cago Record-Herald. She will remain
here several weeks. Mrs. Carroll anil
Miss Jessie Kale, ure Hawaiian iadics
returning from a trip abroad. Among
the through passengers are Lieut. J.
ton tlounlnghausen ot the German
army, Dr. G. I). Costlgan,' t S. N.;
l.leut. Chas, Hermsdorf, 1. G. A.; Vic
tor Marsh of I.os Angeles, well known
here, I'rof. A. A. Nyland, Capt. M. A.
Uolierts. It. A.; l.leut. II. M. lleasley.
It. A.; John Cowan, IJ. S. N and Lieut.
The vessel brings MS tons oT gen
eral cargo for this port and will sail
this afternoon nt ! o'clock
THAT lAW CASE
The recent dismissal of Moses Na
kulna from the office of tlio Hcglstrar
of Public Conveyances has stirred tin
in tempest that gives eery sign of
tno number was heard to say.
"I am a good llepiibllvan. anil I have
stood b) thu pint), but il this matter
Is not adjusted soon and Mi. Na
kiilim Is not reinstated In tho ofllcu of
tne IloslBtrnr ot I'millr Convejanccs,
I will sever mj connection with that
pnit). It looks to mo as If tho Repub
lican party, having control In matters
unYctlrig the conduct of tho Govern
ment at thu piescnt time, should get
In and seu that Justice is done.
This Js the attitude ot a number of
Hllttnlnns who r0 mm ,,.
, thp ,,,, ,f
something Is not donj In tho mattei
very soon, action will lm taken. Some
ot the Republicans who have been
talked to, feel that to allow tho pres
ent state of affairs to continue much
longer would be to hurt tho Republi
can part) during the next campaign
and for that reason, nre doing all In
their power to adjust matters.
Mrs. Wilcox, wife of Hawaii's dele
gate, was up to see tho Acting Gover
nor the other day In regard to Mr. Na
kulua's caso and, It is understood, this
was the first step thnt determined Ml.
Coopei to inovo In tno matter.
NEW LIQUOR FIRM
The deal has been consummated
whercb) Joseph llartmaun & Co uc
qulte the lease of two store rooms In
tho Waverl) block fo'rmerly occupied
h-the Honolulu Market Co. The new
firm has secured, a wholesale liquor li
c,enso nnd will soon Install a complete
stock of goods.
Work of fitting up these rooms ac
cording to the needs ot n wholesale
liquor Btore was commenced this
morning nnd tho hru&o expects to be
doing business by August 15 or Sep
tember 1st. The company which ts a
new one hns placed extensive orders
for liquors In San Francisco, Louis
ville, Ilaltlmcue, 1'hlladelphla nnd with
European houses. Joseph Ilartmann
will be manager of the new concern.
Mr, Ilartmann camo to Honolulu from
New Orleans vvhero ho had extensive
rxperleneo with tho largest wholesale
houses of that city.
SIGN PEACE TREATY
The Asahl has published a Tientsin
telegram to tho effect tl at It Is stated
that the peace treaty will be signed on
the 15th Inst. Japan Gazcte.
MEETING HELD TO TALK
OF A MAN FOR GOVERNOR
Independents do Hot Believe Dole
Will Resume Reins of Govern
ment Islands Will be
There wns'a big meeting of the 1n
dependents In headquaiters lant Mon
day night nt which there were present
a large number of the leaders of the
party. The principal matter of Inter
est was the consideration of the propo
sition of picking out a man for the
Governorship ot the Tcrrltor), the na
tives believing (Irmly that Governor
Dole will not complete him term as
head of the Territorial government.
There was quite a good deal of talk
and tho natives dlscurecd tho muttci
thoroughly, reserving any names w hlch
they may have In mind, to be suggest
ed nt another meeting to be held ai
soon as the plans i)f tlu part) have
been more fully developed.
Among the speakers ot the evening
was Delegate Wilcox who toll! of his
trip to Washington and what was be
ing doae In the Interests of the coun
try at large. J Wilcox did not have
tery much to say n the mattei of the
governorship but It was stated on good
authority this forenoon that he would
be the man to carry the recommenda
tion, whatever It might be, to Wash
ington when ho goes again.
The Independents trc now planning
u. tour of the Islands ot the Tcrrltor)
for the purpose of sounding the natlvei
and others on the matter of the gov
ernorship. Tho action of the executive
committee of tho Home Rule party here
In Honolulu will elepen 1 to n large ex
tent on the rccomni'ndatlon ot the
people nt large. It Is understood that
Delegate Wilcox, Senator Kalatinkulanl
and n nuinner of other lenders of the
Home Rule party, will be among thosa
who will be chosen to make the trip.
The action of the Independents on
Mondn) night has been brought about
by the recent and continued Illness of
the Governor. In their opinion Mr
Dole w 111 harcll) attempt to again take
up the reins of government.
COWARD ATTACKS BOY
In the Police Court ihls forenoon. Joe
Kauhlmaka was sentenced to one
month'H imprisonment at hard labor on
the charge ot assault and battery on
Kupouhlwa. The proscutlng officer
explained that the defendant wns
slight) under lite Influence of liquor
at the time of the assault but ho was
nut ho drunk as not to know what ho
was doing He had hud trouble with
the bo 's father ami, lacking the nerve
to stand up to him, tackled the llttlu
lio) and thicw him down tne stalls
There was silence for a few seconds
and then Judge Wilcox dellveied him
telf as follows, concluding with thu
sentence which has alread) been stat
"You, Mr. Kauhlmaka, belong to th
same class of nun as those who bun)
houses nt night because there Is it spits
against tho nwnci of It. You belong
to the same class ns tne men who cut
up hoises because they have a grudge
ugalnst the master men who do not
hesitate to stick a knife Into another ally falling in Iris health, though his
in the dark. You haven't the slightest mental capacity is appareutl) In no
degieo of manhood In )ou. You became way affected, Lately LI has been
angeied nt a mannndjou threw an In- spending moie tlmo In bed than tnrt
offensive boy down stnlrs In order to of It. Japan Gazette.
vent jour spleen. The best place for " "
men of jour calibre Is O.ihu Jail ' For groceries ring up Illuo 911.
THOMPSON AT THE TOP
Thompson Is still In thu leid having I
2'J9 votes morn than his nearest com
petltoi, Ilahbitt. Column, having li
reived 90 votes since the list Usui, uf
thn llullctln. Is giadiiall) cutting down
tho margin of the loading contcstanii
The pilze otiered by the Miillctlu is
on exhibition In tho widow of H F
WIehnian, 51T Fort street, and will be
presented to thu player receiving tho
greatest numuer of votes at the close
of tho contest Oct. 15
Tho standing of the contestants
voted for will bo published each even
ing In tho llulletln until thu close of
In addition o the coupons to be cut
from tho first page of the llulletln,
new subscribers nre to be given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follows:
One month 40 vote
Three months ISO votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year, 100 votes
GORMAN i .. .
JURY FINDS FOR DEFENDANT
ON ORDER OF THE COURT
Sister Altertina Loses in Her Eject
ment Suit Against Kapiolani
Estate Divorce Cases
at Noon Hour.
In the Circuit Court tenia) the foie
noon wns taken up by argument on the
motion of the attorneys for the de
fense in Sister Albertlnn h. Kapiolani
Instate for the Court to Instruct tho
Jury to find a vcidtct In theli favor.
Judge Gear allowed the motion nnd
ordered a verdict accordingly. The
Jurj immediately returned u verdict
according to Instructions.
In the case of Kaplolunl Kstute vs
A. S Cleghorn. stimulation of uttornejs
nils been filed giving rlulntlrT twenty
.ln)s In which u prepare nnd file Its
bill of exceptions
N'otlfe of appeals from the District
Court have been tiled In the cases ot
Tcrrltor) vs. Shtil Yung and So Yong;
Ah Fook and Chin Nun.
D. II. Hoopill, one of the trial Ju
rors in the Circuit Court was excused
today by Judge Gear upon n eeitlllcate
(rum Dr. Herbert.
WOULD FIGHT TO FINISH
Shlgatn and lshl, two Japanese, ap
pcarcd In the l'ollee Court this fore
noon on the chuge of affray. The)
pleaded guilt) und explained that they
had been good li tends up to a few clu)s
ago when the) gut iiuxd up in u tuxi
ease, lc'sieriui), iiiv) iuuk a uiiiu too
much liquor and then the trouble- be
gan, rutiolman Sldiie) Smith, the
officer who made the irrest, tells thu'
''While I was pioceedlug along my
beat In Kukuukci jesterdri) afternoon,
I hpnril li L'f ill tli.nl f.f nnlttti In tin.
illrDJttlrin f tin, I T.itr. ., l-.i.i.l f- l'
I'ulou Feed Co. 1.
is fast us I could and
went to Mo place us
found out that u greut crowd of Ju
pauese had Just gone over in thuallrec
tlon of the beach rotd. 1 urrlved on
tflft scene Just In time to pi event a
bloody light. The two Japanese had
closed on each other and 'were going at
"From the natives, I learned that
the fight had begun near the feed store.
Tine men were separated by natives
but the) did not remain apart long.
?ae) went over to the bench road and
were bent on having It out. 1 was told
that Just as I drew near, thu Japanese
saw me and threw uvvii) the long
knives with which they meant to carvu
each other "
On appearing In court this forenoon,
the two Japanese showed signs of tho
beginning of n conflict with knives.
There weie slnrp cuts cm tho ne-cks of
the men nnd one of the fellows had his
ear cut badlv.
LI HUNG CHANG ILL
A Peking dispatch dated August 1st
reports the serious Illness of LI Hung
T he into reports about China's 0. O.
M. stated that ha seems to be gradu-
These coupons are detachable and
i must be toui from the suhsdlptlcm re
ceipts nnd di posited in the ballot bn
the same as the llrst page coupons. It
will be been that for ll, the subscrip
tion price of the livening llulletln for
one year, 750 votes aro allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas the samo
uiuuunt of money would bri) only luO
votes If spent for single copies of the
llulletln on the street. The sum of il
will buy eighty votes If spent lor
eighty single copies ot tho llulletln
with the neweho)g or at the business
ofllcc. This amount ot mone), If ex
changed for a receipt for n six mouths'
subscription to the llulletln, will se
cure .10 votes. One dollar for one
) ear's suhsulptlon to tho weekl) edi
the subscrluer to 100
DEMURRER IS AWDREAl IMAll IS
DRAWN BY U.S. ATTORNEY
Court Takes Recess to Consider
Soundness of Information in
Case of 0. D. Bryant
l'cir a moment this morning in the
I'nlted States Court It looked like the
special term would prove to have been
called absolutely In vain.
The enses of the C. I). Jlrjnnt sail
ors enme up. r 12 Thompson for the
defense demurred to the Information
on the ground Hint It charged the
prisoners with two offenses and wus
therefore faulty on account of duplicity,
Mr Thompson mnde n convincing ad
dress in behalf of his contention and
man) present expected to hear the
Court announce that the demurrer was
sustained While the argument was
In progress the Court Instructed the
Jur) to be called, after which thnt body
.. n- Aun.....l ...I1 t ..'. !.w I, .kin r.r.,.-
mm riiii.ru uinii . u.iuin .wm ..;.- uarpcu on. i iicy say cnai uieru is no
tioon. The Court had nlso about made drop In real estate, and tnat the mar
ine order for the Marshal to take the kct is really more stable than It hi
tirlsonors In charge until afternoon, . been for n long time.
when Mr Dunne, requested permission1
to address the Court on tho subject
The request being granted, Mr. Dunno
made it ver) forcible address In sup
port of the soundness of the paper
drawn b) the prosecution
Mr. Thompson submitted the matter'
without fuithcr argument The Court
took a recess until 2 o'clock.
At the oi enlng of the federal Court
at 2 o'clock this aiteruoon Judge Ksteo,
overruled delciidnnt's demurrer
Rooms Again Pilled
Notwithstanding the tact that thu
police ruldeif the Uermanla bllllird
parlors the othei da) aud sun ceded In
capturing enough evidence for the cou-
vlttlon of n number of joiiug men on
thu charge of gambling. It seems that
not much effect wus produced on the
management of the place.
At ubout 2 o'clock this morning,
while Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth
und n numbei of polite- officers wero
returning to the police station after a
bus) night, thu leader of the party dis
covered that something wus going ou
up in the (icrmnnlu billiard parlors.
He told his men to wuit below and
then, climbing up thu hick way, enter
ed the bnck wudovv ol tho room In
which It was supposed gambling vvai
going on lief ore the men gathered
around the table knew what had taken
phee, Chllllngworth wns In the room
und was muster of the situation. Mak
ing a grab, he secured the dice- on the
table that weie being used III the phi)-
lug of the gamo ot "seven-eleven" UK
well as fluiJO In money
Nlnu young men were nrrcsted and
allowed to m later on putting up ?-'u
li piece In bill tnune) This inclining,
onl) fciui of the number turned up.
The) pleaded guilt) nnd were lined
111 mid costs apiece. Two ol the num
ber were hack drivers who tried to
get out of a Hue on the si ore of having
been present on account of expected
liiissengeis who had telephoneii fur'uat tilnt i.. K()lm, ,-.. .... .. hnV(1
hacks This did not work, the Judge
remarking that it was plalnl) stated In
the law Unit nnjone present at u gamo
was as guilty ns anvonc who might bw
p.utlcipntlug In It.
MObT PLC-PLC PATROMl Till.
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY DONT toil?
Call up BLUE 021 when you wish
to send anything down town, and te
quest yojr dealer to send your goods
horn by the H. P P. Co.
Tronpt delivery ami....
careful attention assured.
Money invested in a pair of
these Oxfords saves you a third
less than you can find elsewhere
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
1057 Fort Street.
This is What a Well
Known Real Estate
THERE HAS NOT BEEN
FALLING OUT OF BOTTOM
What Hackfeld Home Was Offered
At And What It Was
Actually Sold For
Real c-itati- men of thu city are very
much wrought up over the reeom
altlcli'S of the Advertiser in which a
llrop n r,. ,8tate Is being eontlnually
. . ... . ... ..
Speaking ot the recent nrtlcles on
the sale ol the llackield place to IV,
McGrvw, rw of the well lamiwn reil
estate men of the city said this for.i
noon, "There has been a deal of howling
about the low price ot sale of tho
Hackfeld nremlses n lew dnis nco As
a mntter of Inct, within the past two
!ears the tiatkfeld hemic wns otTcrol
at a tigum as low as $1 1 Cno, and never
during that time did thu offers ever
nppinncli f JS,nnn, the figure- nt which
the place- was sold to Dr Mrdrew. For
my part. I cannot ror the life or tno
sou why nil this niss Is being madx
when the facts an- as stated,"
Continuing, the leal estate man
said 1 here- is no doubt whatcverthat
some- real estate Is selling nt a lovvc.
price than what whs asked for It somo
months ngo. but Ironr this fact nlono
it cannot be snld tnat th-re- is trou
ble. The prices asked at the tlmo
mentioned were very high, and prob
ably they would be- Held at thu samo
prices today were- It not for the fact
that a great many men have- been
forced to Bill their pioperty to real
ize nn account of the drop In stock i.
II was not possible- to hold tho hind
any longer at tin- flgure-s mentioned,
and lui lower llgures were- named iu
order to realize at tmce. nnd not on
account ol any fear that there would
soon be a decline In prices.
1 sa) without i ear of contradic
tion that In every ease wlicrei thero
lias been a foiled sale of this natiir?,
the iMurs hnvo uln)s made n prom
on the Initial Investment. Never hay
mono been lost during the time that
thu Advertiser speaks nbout.
"I might cito Just here- one- Instanco
of thu prevailing high price of reil
estate In the i It For some- monthi
pist there wns on sale at JS.niM) i
piece of property at WalMkl 1 did
not sen nn) Immediate piospoet of
telling the propi-rt) at thu prlea
named and so asked the owner to put
the Lirleu down to Sii.uup. she, would
tiot, and tire land sold for the flgurj
III st mentioned, not runny dn)R ugo.
Does this look ns if there Is n drop
in real estate 1 leiterntu my state
ment that renl estate is tinner uu-v
than for mini) months pnst
"Mflnny Is erv tight In town, but
teal estate Is In i;ood shape. Mort
gages nre being called In nnd It 1h very
dltllcult to borrow mono I antic I-
to pay as high as eight nnd nine per
cent for monuy belnru some- of theso
inuitgages can be transferred, I rail
c'd on a broker toi,a and ho inniln tho
.statement tnat ills liink would not
lo-in a ceiu oi money until it waj
known Just how the Income- tnx would
tin n out. In the event of the law
holding good, the Interest will go up
at oiko. und It is for this u-nson that
the banks arc Holding on to their,
money. They do not wish Mo bo
The wicked, w-lttv modlifnt rrtnrnril
and In his old manner accosted his fa
Ithcr "Weill, governor I've comn
buck Are )ou going to kill thu fatted
I calf" Hut tho old gentleman was a
mutch for him nnd said: ' No, my son,
I think I'll let )iiu live."
Isn't This a Beauty for
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