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Vol. XI. No. 1921.
ASSOC' HONOLULU. TEBK1TOKY OF HAWAJ1. TUESDAY. AUGUST 20 11)01.
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bailiff's gavel to restore order In tlio
court. The address would make good
reading In nit parts of tho civilized
MORE ADVERTISER ,
FAKE STORY NAILED
office. This amount of money, If ex-l lfrv ThUiTM
changed for a receipt for a six months' A LI A III A HI llAlillHlV
subscription .0 the I.ullctln will se- fl ff MIK rtllU ItttlMLUI
.mica 7.(1 iMdi linn .Inline rue tmn'
euro 3j0 otei. One dollar for ono
ear's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles the subscriber to 100
WILLIE DAVIS CHARGED
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LEGAL YETERAN THRILLS
HEARERS AT COURT
As Counsel in Behalf of James Love
he Makes Great Plea for Dis
solution of Spend
Thomas Fitch. In an argument of
one hour and a half In the Lovu
tpcndthrltt case this morning, tin
lighted the spectators In Judgu
Gear's court with an addresK that has
teldom If ever been equaled before
the Hawaiian bar. Ho was dealing
with a subject against which the lib
Vrallty of his naturo revolts a spend
thrift trust. The case gao play to
Mi. Fitch's limitless resources of hu
mor, pleasantry, pathos, sarcasm nnd
Invective, all of which were clothed
In hlB address with the garb of (lowing
eloquence. He sild a spendthrift
trust Is Known nowhere except In Ha
wnll. He characterized It as the off
spring of puiltanlsm and that It must
have come around tho Horn. If It
had nttempted to come overland. It
.Mould hne perished In San Fran
cisco for want of sympathy. Ho said
It wns born and conceived In mission
0nr) purltanlsm, Kanaka Ignornni e
nnd the avarice for comml isioiis and
lees. It scope onco extended to a
Ktng on his throne. Lunnlllo win al
lowed to retain his scepter, but ho
roulrt not spend his money for wine
"In the trial of this case," said Mr.
Fitch, "a witness was relating nu In
cident In which Mr. "Love, the peti
tioner, was said to have been heai.l
singing; In tin adjoining room, an I
was therefore supposed to be drunk.
Counsel jkoatyotners saw humor In thn
etorj. V.cflnrtdered tho Incident too
pitiable for, merriment. The potltl
oner., like) nlvsclf, Is old. He has left
tho stbirmpraiid sunshines of Ufa lie
hlr.d.'SKlio tortnne wnlch he had ac
ciuhnlJC'd by joars of privation nnl
toll had been takcti irom him nnd hu
reduced to penury, yet could sing."
tie depicted In eiy strong tcrmB
how a man with n nature less gwcot
than that of Mr. Love, Instead of sing
ing would iliftso'those who strlppul
him of his fortune.
He pnliUalft resneets to J. Alfrod
Magoon. H said while personally ho
could find little In .ill. Alagoon to com
plain of, )taa guardian he thought
lilm a very poor specimen. Dctoio
Magoon. ho would cIioojo n grizzly
heir as guardian of a sucking pig; a
ca)otu nil guardian ot a henroost. If
Magoon Is continued as tho guardian
tit James Love, Mr. Fitch said the old
man mus subsist on the charity of
Irlcnds 01 descend to a diet of pal
nnd fisher be bound hand and foot
till death lellevos. him of this spcnl
, Vet Mr. I.ovo's estate Is allied at
J6U.000. When tho trust was de
clared. It was worth uiit J23.0HO. The
speaker denounced Magoon for clam
oring eternally for the Interest of the
estato and forgetting that the owner
of the estato Is an old man, desert
ing to tpend nls last days In such
comforts as his fortune would put
chase. A long chapter In tho address was
devoted to Magoon's duplex lole as
guarllan of Mr. lsve and ns the at
torney of Mrs. Hart. Ho remarked
that no man could servo two masters.
Ho poked fun at Magoon's Instincts
of thrift and his Impulse 40 accumu
late. He quoted figures by the page
Knowing how tho more valuable tho
estato giew tno mora Mr. i.oo owed
to Magoon and the less uocamo Mr
"It seems to ho Magoon's Idea,"
paid Mr. Fitch, 'that while Lovo lln
K?rs on earth he must submblt to
frugality and penury In older that
otnera may enjoy his rlcnes after his
Ho turned his big guns against op
posing counsel, who claim that, un
der tho Hawaiian law. onco n spend
tlutft alwan a spndthrllt Is tho rule,
thnt that abstinence cnfoiced by tho
curtnlled funds under the trust may
not be admitted to show that the
ward has Impioved In nls habits. Such
u theory, said Mi. Flfch. Is equiva
lent to wing that this old man Is a
lire -irlsoner of his guardian.
Tho testimony of tho High SherlS
nnd Chester Dojjo In the case was
handled b the "master orator In a way
that called for the services of th
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
They are out for a trial every day or
two now, and In a few days will
run every 20 minutes to
Have you seen the excavation 01
Wilder avenue opposite Alexandc
ttreet? The foundations are nov
ready .0 bolt down the new hlgh-llft
pumps to supply the water for College
Two weeks will give residents 'n
College Hills Transportation and Wa
ter. Give the 8ales Agents a chance to
show you the property.
McCIellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
In the James Love spendthrift trust
case, F, U. Thompson argued In Judge
Gear's court this morning against al
lowing the petition for a dissolution.
Mr. Thompson's reply to tho grand
tpecch of Thomas Fitch was ns Inter
esting and at times as striking as that
of his antagonist. Thompson devoted
himself more to the law governing In
the case and "as necessarily cold
blooded In his presentation of his side.
He nnalzcd the evidence and In every
way proved himself n worthy candi
date for the honors ns an advocate,
which are now so gracefully worn by
Mr. Thompson continues with his ar
gument this afternoon.
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
WORK OF MANAGERS AT
Unifoim Scale of Wage for All
Islands is Adopted Laborers
Must Have ''Clean"
The managers of plantations of the
Ishuds ttom Kauai to Hawaii who
hate been In session In the city for the
last two da j s, completed thutr dell-
titration:, this forenoon aud about J t:fiu
(.clock and the Hawaii ilclegates left
In the Klnau. The Maul and Kauai
men will leave for thilr homes In tho
steamers leaving this afternoon. There
was a great deal of discussion at the
meetings held jesterday forenoon nnd
nftcrnoun and the meeting this fore
noon was held for tho purpose of rati
fying the action taken yesterday.
The managers took up two prlnlcpil
questions at tho meetings of yesterday
and these weic decided on fully before
adjournment was taken In the after
noon. In the (list plaru, It was decided
tliut there should be a uniform rate
of wages for the Islands so far as labor
Is concerned. There, was a slight dif
ference In the scale as applied to the
different Islands and these wero agreed
to by all. Kach branch of the plnntn
tlon work the various Islands has
been settled on and, henceforth there
will he no doubt as to the rate that
Is paid. All this trouble experienced
hy men being spirited uwny by runners
for rival plantations Is supposed to
have disappeared by the action taken.
Hawaii has her special rale of wages,
nnd Maul, Oahu and Kauai hate theirs
There was some talk on tho streets
jesteiday afternoon about there being
no representative from Kauai but this
was found to be without foundation.
0. X, Wilcox came from Kauai last
Sunday, the accepted delegate of the
plantation Interests of that Island and
as such, Tie presented himself at the
meeting. He stated that what he dc
e'ded In would bo acceptable to the
K.iual planters and the fact that ho
voted for a uniform rate of wages,
p.nkes this agreement blndflig on the
Knual planteis as well as one those
of the other Islands.
Another thing done at the convention
nf tho managers was to decide that no
laborer shall be cmplojed by any plan
ration unless lie 1ms a clean discharge
from the plantation on vv filch lie work'
hd Inst. If uChas not this requisite
p'eco of paper, he "will not bo employ'
id. This rule was adopted particular
I on account of tho Japanese laborers
who have glvev Hie planters so much
I rouble of late. One of tho managern,
peaking of tho matter this forer.oon
eald; "It is now a question as to
whether wo or the Japaneo nic th
bosses of the sugar Industry, Wo have
nil aweed to do certain filings nnd I
'believe we have organized In such a
substantial manner that we can pro
tect ourtelves from now on. As soon
its practicable, labor bureaus will he
established on the nrlous Islands In
connection with tho plantation inter
A set of resolutions embodying thn
action taken hy the managers ut the
meetings of jewerday will soon bo
drawn up and. as soon ns they nnvi
been printed, they will Re given to thn
press of the city. In these, resolutions
will bo th erates of wages to bo paid
for the different kinds of work for tbt
various plantations and tlio matter ul
the clean discharge papeie. The plan
latton Interests by their action cs
(erday did, In the opinion of the tugir
men, the only thing that there was
left to be dsne under the clrcum-
1 stances The managers of tho plants
tlons are bound by a cast Iron ngrnt
ment and they aro iovv combine I
for their own protection.
NO DECISION TODAY
Chief Justlco l'rear nald this after
noon, regardless of rumors, that
there will bo no decision today cither
In tho habeas corpus cases or tho
matter ot the protest against tho
qualification ot Justlco Perry.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth "Mr. I.vcurgus jou are the pro
prietor of the Union firlll. are jou not?'
Mr. I.)curgus Yes, Blr.
"As such, havo jou eer had any occasion to buy rabbits from
"No sir, I have not."
"uo you know Mr. Wagner? '
"No sir, I do not."
"Hae jou at any tlmb during the pait five months bought rab
bits or Ilelglan hares from Mr. Wagner?"
No sir, I have not."
These samo questions were put to Manager Allen of the Hawa
iian hotel, Chef Wyman of the Pacific Club and the stewards of
these two places and the same answers came back with a regular
ity that showed up the Advertiser fake story on Ilelglan hares of a
few davs ago In such a forcible manner as to mnke somo of fiie rc
, porters In the room feel sorry for the paper that runs so to jellow
It will be remembered that the, Advertiser Inst week, finding
news very shy, started Its reportor Inl staff oft on n hunt after some
thing sensational something to stir the town out of Its apparent
' lethargy. Ono reporter vvent to Mr,. Wagner's place In Kallhl and lo,
on the next morning, rnbhltR were peeping forth from every page
of the paper. Honolulu should arise In arms aalnst this new ene
my to the agricultural Intercuts of the country and Wnsner of Ka
" llhl should lie, dragged through tho streets at the end of a halter for
such a shameful misinterpretation of the law. Iinhhlts galore had
been found on his place.
Hven the police got exe'ted nnd a rearch wnriant and warrant
of arrest were midc out ' .ibhlts were found on Mr. Wagners
place but they were In cagpi. Tho Advcrtlsei had mentioned the
nnmes of the managers nf various hotels and restaurants ot the city
1 who "wero known" to inv bought rabbits from Mr. Wagner nnd. In
consequence of this statement, th men mentioned were subpoenaed
to appear. All this took pi ice on Saturday.
On Monday morning. Wagner appeared In the Police Court but
the case was continued until this morning nt the request of the
' prosecution. After tno majority of tho cases had been disposed of
the Wagner case was tailed nnd oerj one hitched his chair forward
to hear what was to bo said.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth explained thnt the defendant had
pleaded guilty on Monday, but Judge Wllcot irrreoud him. salng
' tint he hnil admitted keeping rau'ilts but he had explained that they
were kept In confinement. 1 his really amounted to 11 idea of not
Then came the witnesses for the prosecution who had been tak-
en away from their places of business to testlf) to sometlflng they
' knew nothing whatever nkout. They took the stand like gentlemen
and said no to over) question put them like gentleman Judge Wll-
cox smiled. Deputy Sheriff Chllllnrworth smiled, evcrjbndy In the
room smiled and then the proscutlng oftlcer, nrlslng, addrcsed
' the court as follows! "At this stage of th eease. I would ask that a
nolle prosequi bo entered In thn rase of Mr. Wagner." The defen
' dant arose nnd wns about to say something about n certain nevvsna-
per that had been the cause of taking him away from IiIb work for
nothlns but a blundering attempt to get n "Mors" when he wns In-
tcrruptcd hy the Judge nnd told t'j leave thn subjeit of rabbltr
alone nnd go homcv. ,
Thus endeth another attempt nn the part of the Advertiser to
fool the public Into believing white U black, that rabbits nre IMglan
hares nnd vice versa and thatwhntevcr Is to be found In Its columns
must be so because the Advertiser s.tjs so. The police have had their
first and last experience with Advertiser clues and Mr. Wagner nnd
his Knllhl farm have ben launched Into Immense popularity at one
fell stroke, through no good Intention of the Advertiser.
At a meeting of tho department of
. ., . . , , ..
Public Instruction this morning, tho
following transfers and appointments
of teachers wero made.
Curtis laukca vvat appolntcj
bchool agent for District ot Wnlalui.
Mis. Stella 0. HoiivIb was appoint
ed edtor of "Hawall'H Young People.'
Miss llvvart was appointed assist
ant at Kllnwoa.
Miss Alllo M. Felker wus appointed
principal ol Kunhumaiiu, In place- ot
Mrs. J. N. Hell was promoted to
place vacated by Miss Folker at Kalu
laid. Kdwurd Osborne was appointed
teacher ut Honnkohait. Maul.
Walawa Miss llcrtha France
Ulndt, transferred from Walpahu
Wiilpahu Mis. TUIle Williams,
transferred fiom Walawa.
Hllo Union Miss Eleanor A. Thom
as, transferred from Onkula. Mlfc
Franc Eaton, one uar. 111 place of MI'i
Hwullko, on leave. Miss Jessie, I.ycan,
transferred from Ookahi.
Kaunakal.nl A. J. Wilson, transpi
red fiom Kaauhnhu.
Kallhlwnena Mlas Ituth Arnold
transferred from night school.
Wnlhee Miss huej Kalclkati, In
place of Mis uMllle Morris
acci 01 .uia buiiib nutria
Kaauhuhu Miss ISmina WIllIaniB,
transferred from Honokaa.
Ahauloi Harry Irwin ,1 nplncc nf
II, Vlncenle, resigned,
Kuipahu Mrs Alice Schcllbcrg, In
placo of Eugene. Horner.
Knllua Patrick Cockett, assistant
In plaro of Miss F. Scott.
haflatna .Miss Hilda Van Deerllu
Lahaliialuna Leopold Illackman,
Kealnhou Miss Minnie I). Sy
monds. Makawao Miss Rose Ellen Crook.
Kaupakulua Mies Addle S. Dowdla
Huelo Miss Carrlo Renpamln.
Piila MlssCatry V, Ciilbcrt.
Knluaalia Mis snernlro Pcahl,
tiansferred from Wallau.
Wnllau S imuel Kekahuna.
High Bchool P. J, Armstrong, com
mercial department. Miss B, Cart
wright. In place of Miss Gertrude Scott
Grnmmur School Miss Hdlth L.
Dlet7, transferred from night school,
In place of Miss Cartwrlght.
Reformatory School MrB. Hopkins,
transferred from night school,
Kapnu Miss Susie. Akuniuhou.
Drawing MIbb Allco B, Tabor, as
'lB'" "-'ru ' cuunso ,n u ieuu
;er, iioruiau iukiuk nrnt niacc. icon
crtgoll tKLOni ,, .,,,, movng
to thlra. The ot between Clornmu
iEn" iwuirtson .4 very cioso, 1110 ica.i
cr holding tlnu place by one voto.
The prlzo olicred by tho lliiltotln 1b
on exhibition in the window of II. !'.
Wlehmaii, 51? Fort street, and will bo
presented lo tho placr receiving the
gicatest milliner of votes at tho close
of the contest Oct. 15.
'I he standing of tho contestants
voted for will be published each even
ing in the Uulletln until tho close of
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SHELDON .. .. .
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In addition to the coupons to ho cut
from tho first page of the Uulletln,
now subscribers nre to bo given re
ceipts With coupons nttached, 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
These coupons are detachable nnd
must be torn from tho subscription re
ceipts and deposited In tho ballot box
tho same as the first page coupons. It
will be seen that for S, tho subscrip
tion prlco ot the livening Uulletln foi
one ear, 750 votes aro allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas tho same
amount of money would buy only J 00
votes It spent for slnglo copies of t'10
Uulletln on the street. The sum of it
will buy eighty votes If spent fur
eighty slnglo copies ot the Uulletln
with the newsboys or at the business
BIDS TUO HIGH.
The extension ot the water mains to
ward Kallhl will not he made because
bids received jesterdny were too high
for the appropriation, The bid were.
Vlnc.nt & Llclter, pipe 11.11.4 per lin
eal foot, valves, $35 cr-h.
Honolulu Iron Works, pipe, JJ5 per
ton; valves, (21"; each.
Von Hnmm-Young To, pipe, $14 1."
per ton, valves. J25 50 each.
COBRPER TO COAST.
J. I.. Cocrper leaves by the Marlposo
this evening (or the Mainland He will
be gone tno months In the Interest nf
the Kon-Kau railroad. He expects to.
come hack with all details complete lot
the Immediate commencement of con
RELEASED BY GEAR
ON HABEAS CORPUS
Grand Jury is Discharged for the
Term After Returning In
dictments in a Few
C.corge Wade, another -"transition
period priboucr was released by Judge
Gear this morning on u writ of habeas
corpus, his conviction having beeu
made without an indictment h) a grand
Jurj. The Court recited the grounds
on which the habeas corpus writ was
allowed, they being the same as tho
previous habeas corpus cases. Attor
n ey (Icneral Dole was present and
gave his usual notice of Intent to ap
The- prisoner, George Wade, is a
nct.ro and wns Imprisoned under a
long sentence for stabbing Too Jack
son, In a saloon row here nearly two
veurs ugo. Wade took his freedom
without any special exhibition of ela
tion or excitement. Ho walked lelsuic
lj out of Iho court house and wfts re
arrested by detective David Kaapa.
Tlio (hand Jury came Into court
at 10 SO o'eloc kthls morning and re
turned a number of indictments. The
Indictments wero handed to tho Court
which passed them to the clerk with
Instructions that bench wan ants bo
Issued nt onco for all not ulicady in
custody. In the meantime (lie Indict
ments nre placed 011 the seen t file. The
foreman of tho Grand Jury. L. C. Abies
stated Hint no report was considered
necessary today, as ill matters had
been reported previouslv. He was nnx-
Ions to knetw in whose rharirc thoni!n
uir nf Mm lurv Mnnlrt mmaln nmi
Inquired If they would be kept secret.
The Court said thc would fiecomo a
imrt of the archives of the Court nnd
would be kept secret The Court then
thanked the members of the Grand
Jury for their work nnd discharged
them flnilly for the term .
WAIMIIA WATER COMPANY.
Articles of Incorporation havo been
filed by the Wnlmea Wnter Company,
I.lmltid, of Walmea, Kauai. Tho com
pany proposes to take ovei the busi
ness of the Walmea Soda & Ico Work
and curry on nil the business of C. II.
Hofgaard now conducted under the
name of tho Walmea Water Works
Tho capital stock Is T!00o. The In
corporators arc: C. n. Hofgaard. Nor
man Orelg, C. n. Tfofganrd, attorney
foi O. llorchgrevlnk, W. T Wcl.s anJ
G. T. Grclg.
Too Mnkeo and Kcaiihoq from Kauai
tills morning report verj lino weather
on tho Garden Islo and crossing the
Are you Going io the Mountains ?
Are you Going to tlie Volcano or
any place cc you want a Tramping Shoe.
If you nre, we would like to have you
call in and see our Ladies' eMra high
tramping boot ; Made of extra strong
vici lld with a heavy welt sole. Just
the thing for comfortahle walking, We
have them In two grades, $3.50
nnd S4 50. : : : : :
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
I0S7 Fort Street.
Hold-up on Road to Hoasae Ah
See Hit in Back
Th cdlstrlct ot i:a Is fast becoming
'civilized.' From that direction of
late have come inos't of the sulM'Hi,
attempts at murder and shooting
scrapes of all Kinds, fcvva added an
other disgraceful happening to Its long
list between tho hours of !) mid le)
o'clock last nlrfht, In consequence of
which two )oung men Willie Davis
and joung Murk ltobluson are tucked
up In a cell at the police station, the
former being c lunged with shooting a
Chinaman In the back with a revolver.
Doth tho joung men mentioned have
been stnjlng at Hoaeje ranch where.
Davis's father Is tho manage!. Yester
day morning, they Went up Into tin;
mountains back of Walpahu ou a hunt
ing trip, leturulng early In the evenlnj
to tho place mentloued. Davis Im
mediately proceeded to get drunk an I,
at about 0 o'clock, starttd home to th!
tanch In company with Ms friend.
About midway between Walpahu and
lloicne. the two young men spied n
couple ot Chinamen coming ntong In
h brake. They happeoed to be Wong
Sar, the owner ot the big store at
Walpahu and Ah See. n man working
for him. They had been to Honoiillull
r.n business and were returning home.
Wong Sar states that they were or
dered by tjio )oung men to halt, fin
was driving and, scenting trouble, he
whipped up his hone with the Inten
tion o fgettlng away. He had no soon
ci done this than Davis turned his
horse quick!) and fired with n revolver,
hitting Ah !Vc In tffc back. He
saw that Ah See was al out to fall out
of tho brake and, catching him with
one arm, drove tho hoae at a gillop
with his free hand.
Upon arrival at Walpahu, the news
spread like wild-flro and Deputy Slier
In 1'crnaniU'J! who wnt at the Japanese
thenter with n number of men on the
lookout for any possible trouble, ran
to the place where tho Chinamen were.
The remainder of the story ns told hy
him Is us follows:
"Ah Seo was very badly wounded nnd
I had him Immediately removed to tho
hospital where he Is at tho present
time. It Is ni" opinion that he will re
cover although the wound Is 11 bid one.
1 found out from Wong Sar who the
men were tint had done the Job nnd
then rode over to Hoaeae. Davis wns
asleep but joung Robinson was out In
the urd vlth the revolver In his pos
session. I arrested both of (he joung
men and brought them to tho city this
"When I questioned Pivla about the
shooting, he said he wa. shooting at a
dog and accidentally hit tno China-
man In tho brake. Th crevolver was .1
2S--alll'e Coulfa and Ihero was one
chamber exploded. When I examined
tn wounded Chlnannn, I found J.I7.-
v in ins poci.eis. 1 cannot say II
robbery was the" motive'. Davis was
under the Influence it liquor nt the
tlmo that he did the shooting."
Young Robinson who was arrested
by Deputy Sheriff Fernandez at Ho
aeae and brnught.to Honolulu, has
been released on his own lecognlzance.
Willie he was with Davis nt the shoo'
lug last night near Walpaliu, he had ro
hand In the matter.
MOST PfcOPLE PATKOM7B THE
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY DOST OU?
Gillim BLUE 02! when you vvlili
- to S'nd ai thine down town, and re
quest 011r d'aler to send vour goods
hmnebytlie M. I D. Co.
Prompt delivery and ...
careful ittentlon usv,red.