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Vol. XI. No. 19J7.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY "OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. AUGUST IS
Pitici! 5 Okntb.
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SENBS LETTER T0KN(X
T. McCants Stewart Talks on Rela
tion of Organization to Heads of
and Poor Politics.
T. McCants Stewart one of,lh lead
ers of the Republican oragnfsatlon,
when questioned this morning, stated
that in the absence, of a quorum for a
tegular meeting, members of the Cen
tral Executive Committee sent yes
terday to Attorney General Knox a
letter explaining and urging the ne
cessity pf n third Judge. No mention
was made of Caypless, but the com
mittee confidently expect his appoint
ment. Mr. Stewart further snld: "I havo
read with interest your political edi
torials In last night's Issue. The first
one referring to the news article In
the Advertiser, which was not the re
sult of any conversation with me, does
not go far enough In support of the
elation of the organization of a party
to political appointments. You are un
der a wrong) Impression In thinking
that thc'exccutlvc committee Is nurs
ing any grievance against the Governor
or any heads of any of the depart
ments for Ignoring any of Its recom
mendations, for none have been
Ignored.. You nre on the right track In
arsumlng that there It discussion i
and out of the committee, upon the
point that the organization sliould have
a band In making appointments to
oRlcc. In what other way cam you
maintain an effective organization
"The organization makes the chief
omcc holder. Is It fair, is it good poli
tics for the, chief as soon as he gets
hla tilinn tn tcnnt-A thn nrffimlrnt Inn
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nn.l nan llm nlttf-A fflvfn him hv lhn '
organization as If It were n personal
perquisite Such Is tot the practlco
anywhere In the States.
"The splendid Republican organiza
tion of New York hui given us Vlco
President Roosevelt and Ambassador
Clioate. When Roosevelt was elected
Governor, did he go ahoad and make
appointments as he personally pleased?
"So; bo sought the will and Judgment of
the organization nnd kept In touch'
"President Cleveland wrecked his
second administration by setting him
self up as being "better than his par
ty," above his party organization
Roosevelt was elected Vice President
because the organization was behind
"Next fall, Governor Dole will want
the organization to Indorse his ad
ministration. Is It fair for him or any
of bis appointees to go ahead without
the organization until be or they want rested Mendes. tho defendant eon
to use It nt election time? I leased thnt the distillery belonged to
"Wc have a good system here. Can-' hlm nni1 hat lle "ad mrccl Cavalho to
didatei for otllce must first get the en-' do ,ho work,
dorsement of the district exKutlve 1,",.D.'' ". a.yn.,"l';.S
Fourth, and Geo.
Fifth, after which Indorsement, they
ome to the Central Executive Com- This testimony settled the whole mnt
i.'.Ittce. No one man in the organlza- tor. Tliero waB hardly very much uso
tlon controls In the matter, but the ! In procceedlng further in tbu case. At
organization In Its collective rapacity torncy Vivas made a motion for t!u
epeaks. To say that It should not force j dlschnrge of Cavalho on the ground
u person on tho head of a department Jha' nc wna not ,ho Principal In tho
Ic to suacest a situation, which seldom , business, but was only following out
If ever, arises In party management,
A good Republican recognizes always
that he owes his office to the organiza
tion, and his 'desire always Is to
strengthen It; and the organization,
under proper control, vlll act upon the
principle, that only honest and effi
cient administration of public affairs
takes with the people; an3, therefore
it Indorses for offlce only honest and
"Of course, a public official Is en
titled to chouse unaided such ap
pointees as hold confidential relations
with hlm, like a private secretary,
etc., but to hold .mi there is practical
danger of forcing persons on an offi
cial Is to maintain tjiat personal likes
and dislikes should apply. I don't
like that kind of buslnuks.
"Let us hne n wide open door for'
cliaiacter .capacity and party activity
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Be sure you are right
then go ahead.
Before deciding where you will
locate yr ur family the coming year,
cm it do any harm to h ntstly con
tUer trie merits ol College Hllltt?
From the standpoint ot health, ciol
ntss and security of Investment, you
do nit want ecnnJ-hand Informa
tion. STRPET RUMORS OR MO$S
You want the Facts.
The sales agents will show you the
' prcperty si III unoJd, anil will give
you authentic Information as to
prices, terms, transportation, water,
building plans, etc., etc.
Don't go it blind.
We shall be glad tn show you th:
property even though you do not
expect to purchase at once,
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
jtmw.-M-ei Aimitkkm .. rvmk.m..
nnd usefulness. ' I look around now I
and see persons eryoylng the benefits'
ofpubllc office who never lifted a
nana to neip create the very thing they
nro enjoying. I dik't care what Indi
viduals hae charge of .the organlza
tlon. They may change biennially;
but I do stand for the principle, that
the organization should be In evidence
nt other than election times. Kor that
leason, 1 applaud Judgo Hear and Su
perintendent Doyd for conferring with
the organization In tht matter of ap
pointments.' ' i
Honolulu' Harbor No. 51. Masters
and PlloUCAssoclatlon, is making
plans, for anexciirsion. to take placj
ni'xtmonth-As the members are all
anxious to get together and bar a
Jollllflcatlon. It Is suggested that a
steamer be chartered to make a trip
around the Island. Definite arrange
ments have not yet been made, hut thi
plans for a big outing arc In progrosi
DOCTOR AT KOLOA.
(Now that Koloa, Kaul, has risen to
tho dignity of a sub-port of entry, It Is
to havo n quarantine station estab
lished. Dr. Cofer left In the W. C-.
Hall on Tuesday to see to the arrange
ment for providing tor the sen ices of
n medical man to look after the ship
ping arriving at Koloa.
For groceries ring up Bluo 911.
TWO MOONSHINERS ARE
GIVEN STIFF SENTENCE
Both Must Go to Jail For Six Months
Judge Dickey Hears Long
In Judge Dlckcyjs court this fore
noon the long-postponed Knllhl liquor
enso came up for trial. Tliero was an
abundance ot evidence on band, tho
floor ot the court room In Honolulu
Hale being literally strewn with tb.i
. illKtllllntr nnrnnhprnnlla ntnl hnttlpfl til
Honor which tho nollco had succeedeu
I n capturing' when tboy made their
raids some weeks ago.
Tho two caseB first put on were
those of Joe Mendcs and Cavalho, th'j
hired man oi the former. Iloth do.
feudnntB were tried together by agree
ment of the prosecution and the do
fense Deputy BherltT Ciillllngworth
appeared tor tho proscuitlon and At
torney J. M. Vivas lor tho defense.
The principal witnesses In the caso
were envalho and Chllllngworth. T!i3
latter testified that hn had raided the
place In Kallhl with a number of po
I llco officers. At the time that he m
I b.v niuu ui H.V iii'it-i.nu hum omjiiiovti
everybody In the court room by stilt
.tll0!ing that Mcndes had told htm to do
' the dlstllllnc and that lie had dono It
tho Instructions of Mendes,
The court denied the motion with
out comment. Then, finding tho de
fendants guilty, sentenced them .is
foiiows: Mendes, six months' Impris
onment at hard labor and to puy i.
line of $500; Cavalho, six months' Im
prisonment at hard labor and to pay a
Mno of JluO. Although there was noth
ing said as to taking tho case higher,
it re qulto probablo that there will in.
an appeal to tho Circuit Court noted
during the nftcrnoou.
The case ot Hato, tho Japanese
caught on the premises ot Kalllull, tho
other Knlih ulstiller, was nolle
pros'd, and at the noon hour today Iv
was on the stand testifying for tho
C.I). CRY AM SAILOR TRIAL
The examination ot witnesses In thca
trial of the four sailors charged with
deserting tho vessel C, I). Urynnt whllo
K was em fire, continued this morning
In Judgo Kstec's court. The trial was
without special Incident until Gilbert
flllbertson went on tho stand. While
put on by tho prose.'iitlon ho talked
more like a witness for tho defense.
The afternoon session began at 1:39
and all testimony will probably be In
Ly adjournment for the evening.
SUIT IN EJECTMENT.
Tho First Circuit Judge resumed the
hearing of the suit of Sister Albertlna,
trustee for Stella Cockett vs. the Ku-
plolunl Instate this morning. Yester
day afternoon Judge Clear and the Jury
went out in hacks to view the lands In
I'auoa valley. J, II. Uoyd was on the
witness stand for over an hour this
SUPREME COURT ADJOURNS
The special session of tho Supremo
Court adjourned last evening until Fri
day, August 23. Tho habeas lorput
and tho income tax cases will bo talc
en under ndvlsement mid decisions an
nounced within this time. No decision
Is expected until next week In any of
idHMiA Sat, ...(listen -....-. .
P1Y HKB ALT (iRAND 1Y KNOB liipillill UK
SUPREME JUDiE TAKES
SLICE OFWAIALAE ROAD
J. H. Boyd Vainly 'Protests and
Has Referred the Matter to
Attorney General for
t t - m.
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Department of Public Works has en
countered an obstacle In his work of
repairing nnd Improving Walalae road.
The obstacle is a gang of workmen
hired by Justice Perry of the Supreme
Court to build a fence along the mid
dle of the road a distance of between
BOO and 1000 feet.
When the matter was reported to Mr.
Uoyd by Hoad Supervisor Lloyd the
former at once made a written protest
to the supreme Judge. Judge Perry re
fuses to heed the protest and has or
dered his men to proceed with the
fence. Superintendent Boyd has refer
red the whole matter to Attorney Gen
eral Dole for such action as he may
see fit to tako
Tho Walalae road !s a continuance
of Ueretanla street Wnlklklwairi Into
the country. It Is a fifty-foot trior
oughfarc. The encroachment cf Judgo
Perry will cut It down to twenty-ilvo
feet In the place mentioned. The state
ment of Mr. Uoyd Is to this effect:
"Tho Walalae road runs by a piece
pasture land once owned by Judge Per
ry's father. Before hU death, the ol
der Perry erected a stone fence along
IMs road some twenty years ago leav
ing nil land outside for road purposes
It has been so used by the public slnci
that time. Judgo Perry had men be
gin to tear down tils fence Inst week,
relocating It twenty-five feet out In the
road. I protested, claiming the title
in fee simple for the government under
chapter 24 of the Civil Laws. This sec
tion provides that land for highway
purposes may become the property of
the government by dedication or aban
donment, upon acceptance by the Min
ister of the Interior. Work has been
dono on the highway Which I claim It
an acceptance of Itself. When Super
visor Uoyd saw Judge Perry about tho
matter, the latter said that he didn't
propose to stop his men from moving
the fence and would pay no attention
to the claims of the department of
Public Works. He made no offer to
compromise or to sell the strip he
claims to the Territory for road pur
poses for which It Is ery much need
ed. I have referred the matter to tho
As u result of the action of Judge
Perry two highway Inspectors hay)
been appointed by Superintendent
Uoyd for the two Honolulu districts.
These Inspectors arc William Cum
mins nnd Richard I.ane. The duties
of these Inspectors arc to patrol the
highways and report all encroachments
made by private citizens or property
holders upon the public preserves.
The stcreoptlcon exhibition at the
Hawaiian hotel giounds last evening,
given by Ji W Drwln .assistant gen
eral superintendent of free mall deliv
ery of the Pacific Coast, attracted a
large crowd of spectators.
The views displayed numbered over
ISO and showed the bounties and Inter
esting things of China, Japan and the
Philippines. .The rlcturis were ac
companied by a running stream of
anecdotes which added much to the
pleasure of the assembly.
A NEW LEADER APPEARS
Tliero was considerable change :n I These coupons are detachable nnd
the standing of cho contestants during b f ,he gu,)Krllltlon le.
tho day. The lead has been wieste.l .
Irom 'Ihompson nnd Is now held by,celpts and deposited In tho ballot box
Ilobertson. Mossmnn has moved Into ' t,0 sallle ng tle nrt p;lgu coupons. It
third placb and Gorman to sixth. ... . . , . ,tf . .,.., .
Tho prlzo oiiered by the Bulletin Is'111 be 8ttl1 tlwt f01 '" ,no 8""8C "'
on exhibition In the wldowc,of ll. F. Hon price of the Kvenlng Bulletin for
Wlcbmnn, 517 Fort street, nnd will be one y,,ar ;j0 vote nre allowed to a
piosenlrn to tho player receiving the , subscriber whereas the same
greatest numoer of votes at the close ,m suDscnucr, wnercasme same
of tho contest Oct. 15. amount of money would buy only loO
Tho Btnnding of tho contestants I W)tca ( S,ent for ,ngle copies of tho
voieu lor win no puniisneu rain uvcii'
Ing In the Uulletln until tho close of
In addition to the coupons to be cut
from the first page of. the llullctln,
IL'V BUUaci Juris " t" uo Bi'c"
celpts 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
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BROWN .. ..
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HAS NOT YET TAKEN UP
HABEAS CORPUS CASES
Judge Gear Tells Jury Where to
. go When Instruction
in the Law is
"""At the opening of court this morn
lug Judge Gear Instructed the bailiff
to escort the Grand Jury Into the room.
That body filed In and after exchanging
a few words with Foreman i, C. Abies.
was instructed to retire and formulate
k written report on work done up to
date. At 11 o'cluok the Grand Jury
returned Into court nnd the report wus
banded to Judge Gear.
Sinnnlng the documents, the Court
asked: "Did you make lnmi'j-y regii
ing men still In Jail under convictions
made during the transition period?'
I'ureman Abies replied: "We did
and nave a list of their names." Sec.
retary Peterson wns sent for the list,
which he han.ltd to the Court.
"Have ou dune anything In the ha
was corpus ,uues," Inquired the Court
".No," replied the foreman.
"Why?"' from the bench.
''Because, on Tuesday the Attorney
General was not pressnt in court and
we went to work on two other cases.
Yesterday: wc asked that wo be allowed
lr finish tiiose two cases, which we did
The Court was running through the
papers. Pausing, Judge Gear said:
"Communication from the Attorney
General What Is this about?"
' "In reply to a communication sent
by us to him," said the foreman.
The Court rend from the paper, "The
prisoners referred to were legally coll
ected nnd are not entitled to liberty
on habeas coipus"
Here the Court slopped and snld t.i
Foreman Abies: "I thought I In
structed the Grand Jury that It should
not call upon the At'orney Gcneinl for
legal advice but to come to this Court
for Instruction In the law. If the Grand
Jury does not Intend to obey this
Court's Instructions, It will be his
Foreman Abies replied: "That Is
what we nre trying to do to the best
nt our nbl'lty."
Deputy Attorney General Catbcart
then moved for the dismissal of all
prisoners against whom no bills had
been found and against whom no other
charges were to be brought. The Court
said that this would be dono when re
port was made showing Investlgatlou
of cases and the finding of no hills.
The Jury was then Instructed to re
turn to Its labors. As the decks arc
clear It is presumed that the habeas
corpus iiises will be taken up nt once.
I1ILO JUR0R8 FIGURE.
Federal grand Jurors from Ilo have
been figuring on the profits and loss
phase of their kervlce In the court of
Undo Sam. The 5 cent mileage both
ways gives them un nerci'e of $22.50,
mid four days of Uravcl, on full pay,
which If allowed brings this up to
S3U.G0. Aft' arrival here tfiey receive
(2 per day, which Is u shade below
living expenses. The transportation
feo for the round trip Is .!j, to which
bhould be added the salary of the man
hired to look after the nuslness at
home. No Illlolte has yet sumded In
figuring a profit out of Federal Grand
Uulletln on the stieet. The sum of $
will buy eighty votes If spent lor
eighty single copies of the Iliilletin
I w(l lu newBboyg or nt , business
a, ., t . . i
This amount of money. If ex
changed for a receipt for a six months'
subscription to the Uulletln, will se
cure 350 votes. One dollar for one
year's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles the subscnuer to 100
Vi Pre long to the meeting of the '.'' I
IV' Merchants' Association when the VI
IS members who had .ollected In the
(! Wwitti lii.l ll.i.n ... .1.. n II. ,tA IaII.. ... .
" Ing, one of the members remarked ;
on the iion-nppenr.uice of tho" fif
'.'. who had promised to lie present G
nnd then branched oat Into what Vi
lie thought the nssoi latlon should Vi
IV deielop Into. Anion; other things :;
I'.- ho had the following to say. Vi
"1 mn In faior of making ot vi
Vi this association as represent.!- ;
Vi tlvu nil organization as It Is pus- Vi
Vi slide. 1 tell jou, I am becoming Vi
Vi ery tired of the way the Cham- '.;
VS ber of Commerce Is run nowa- vi
Vi days. It does seem -is If there Is j'J
ii' never n meeting called unless It Is Vi
Vi for the discussion of plantation Vi
Vi matters. Ncer by any posslhllt- vi
Vi ty Is there a consideration of any Vi
Vi of the other Interests of the conn- vi
Vi try. I fur one Intend to resign Vi
... fr.,m ti. n i.. .., n I.,
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VI and dciote all my attention
Vi the Merchants' Association."
Vi Turing to n frl ml who Bat Vi
Vi near him, the speaker nsked Vi
Vt him what tho tho'iht about It Vi
SSnnil the reply was this: "I nm,'.'i "" l'l'ei1 aKe the work planned. Mr.
Vi another who has It In mind to re- tacott f reiommcndatlon has been ao
Vi sign from tho Chamber of Com- vi CCI'le1 l,y ,llc J;l,a"""-'t and Mr. Arm
Vi mcrce nnd devote all of my nt- Vi ,,ron wl probably arrive early In
Vi tentlon to this nssiclatlon." Vi facn,cn,ucr- -Mr. Scott found that local
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CARRIERS WILL LEAYE
POST OFFICE AT 8 A. M.
In Case of Arrival of Foreign Mail,
Men Will be Held, But
Hot Later Than
5:30 P. M.
It was teamed a. the noit nfllco this
orenoon that the free dellveiy Bystuin .
would probably not be started for n i
week or so yet. The men are having
quite n lot of trouble getting the varl
ous houses In proper shape for won;.
It every plac-o wcte numbered, th.
carriers would probably bo on tin
streets now. The lnct that the Iiuub-js
arc not numbered mnl.es the work
When nsked about tho free delivery
system i.iis morning. Assistant, Post
master Madeira had the following to
' Ah a general thing, tho men will
stnrt out Irom tho post oincc at 8
o'clock In tho morning ami will be ex
pected to put In eight hours' work and
no more. Tliero will bo only ono do.
livery n uay unless n Bteumer
cornea In with foreign mall. In
that ovent, they will mako another
trip, but If, during the trip, they find
tnoy havo only a kalf hour to get back
to tho post oiucu befoio their time Is
up. they will stop right whero they nro
and leave the remainder of the mall
for tho next day. However, It Is not
probnblu thai this state of affairs will
couio about very oltcn.
"If a steamer comes In from tin
Const previous to the departure of tho
men fiom tho post olllce. they will be
held until such time as the mall Hindi
bo distributed. They may Im held even
08 late as 5:31), but nevor nil- late-.
Treasurer Kennko of the post ofllce
had t.ii following to say relative to
the rcicnt complaint Irom Kau In "
Kurd to the nun delivery of foreign
mall within the proper time.
"The fault was not nt this end of tho
line. The mall iclcrred to was se.U
by a steamer leaving lor Honokaa In
plenty ol time to hnvn reached tho
Dlstilct of Kau twei.X'four hours
ahead ot the Mauna l.oa. Hail there
been proper attention nt the other old
of tho line, this s Just exactly what
would have Happened. The mall for
Hamnkiia, Illlo and Ulna should have
been dropped nlong the way, and the
carrier should have proceeded stralgnt
iniough to Kau. What happened tn
prevent this, I do not know. We aie
now making Investigations anil will
soon bo able to place the responsibil
ity." Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Money invested in a pair of
these Oxfords saves you a third
less than you can find elsewhere
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
1057 Fort Ktrcct.
NEW INSTRUCTOR FOR
HIGH SCHOOL WORK
Principal Scott Recommends Mr.
Aims. rong aud Department
Makes the Offer-Good
While M. M. Scott, principal of tho
High School was at the Coast this
summer be took occasion to combluu
business with pleasure and made ex
tenslxc Investigation, u-nrlng upon the
new coinmeiclal course to be added to
me ingn hciiooi curriculum nt tho
.'opening uf the school year.
i , -. .
..... muii ,iibu i-Bi uuoui ror nn in
structor for this department nnd
flnnlly recommended Mr. Armstrong of
Oakland, who Is a graduate of thu Uni
versity of California '9L and well
un.- niiiuK ugures on hip uo.ist as to
cause a rush of tho right kind of ma.
j terlal to the local schools. The com
mercial department Is given puitlcular
prominence In San Frnnclsco schodlk
but the majority of the teacheis are
specialists In particular lines and be
sides receiving good salaries have as
Istants. An all round man well
equipped In general education as well
us special business lines Is what Is
needed at the Inception of the mw
High School course and .Mr. Scott be
lieves he has found the right man in
This new commercial course will be
elective to a certain extent. Pupils,
however, will not bo allowed to neglect
the course In English and mnthematlia.
The instruction will cover typewriting.
stenography, uuslucss and legal formi
mat win ccuip young men and women
,0 J" ,lie work of busluess nnd legal
The plan Is a most valuable addition
to the opportunities ottered boys und
girls or the city and undr the direction
of Mr. Scott It Is safe to say will work
out all the beueUts anticipated.
Plantation Mnnngct-H to Meet'.
There Is to be a big meeting of plan
tation managers In this city on Mou
day next tor the purpose of -talking
over tbu labor situation and coming
to homo agreement. If possible, wlt'i
lespet. tnereto. Tho managers will
be hero on steamers arriving from
Maul, Hawaii and Kauai on Saturduy
afternoon and Sunday. It Is understood
that tho representation will bo very
large. 1'ho directors of the Sugir
Planters' Association will meet with
the managers. The rucctlug Is called
for Id o'cloc.. In tho morning.
Dr. bloggett, President of the Hoard
of Health, accompanied by Executive
Olllcer Prntt will go to Molokal, Mon
day to inspect conditions at the lepcf
settlement. They will rjake steam
boat connections enabling Ukm to re
turn after twenty-four hours nt thi
A lot 150x320 feet nn Maklkl street
near the baseball grounds, sold today
at auction to A. A. Moutano for ?610u.
I lie sale was made on petition of th
administrator of the .Ulkanoe estate ta
Tho livening Uulletln. 75 'cents per
MOST I'tOPLK PATRONIZE THU
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY DON'T VOU?
Call up BLUE G!2I v, hen you wish
to srnJ anything dou n town, anj re
quest your Jcaler to send your goods
home by tht M. P P. Co.
Prompt, delivery and....
r.ircful .identic n assured.
Isn't This a Beauty for
iNitktf i milter