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Wednesday, Aug. 21.
Voii. XI. No. 1924.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. AUGUST 23 1901
Phiob 5 Cents.
WHAT II IH
ill 1 Alii WANT oil WRIT
Members of Housej'Will
Not Vote for Coun
QUIET WORK IS BEINQ
DONE BY SOME NATIVES
Preparation IBeing Made in Case of
Special Session Revenue
Measures Must Gome
From Government. '
There la a certain wing of the Inde
pendent Home Hulo party that la doing
u lot of work Just now lif anticipation
or u special session, ft Is a concerted
effort although no meetings have been
held nnd the work laid out hag been
Kept very quiet Indeed. The leader, a
joung llnwalln of ability who was a
member of the recent Legislature, had
the following to say to a Uulletln repot"
ter this morning:
"I tannot say whether of not we are
going to hao a Bpcclal session. I be
lle; c that It all hinges on the outcome
of tlio Income tax appeal cases. It
the law Is declared unconstitutional by
the Supieme Court. 1 believe that the
F.xccutlve will be forced to a special
"There Is no question about the need
of a special session and from talks I
have ilad reoenlly, I Hud that the mem
beis of 'Family Compact themselves
now hi the nccemitj of moro s k jm
the piit of the Legislature. However,
i is ni) opinion that they arc too stub
born to admit this necessity evm
though they recognize It fully.
"We who are now doing what we
ltellce will be acceptable to the people.
We propose that. In case there Is a
special session, there shall be no con
sideration of the lounty bill. There
has been no time to ftudy that matter
larefully nnd I do not believe It would
be good policy for us to bring It up
again until the next regular session of
the Legislature. The county bill as It
was handed to the Governor was full
of all kinds of errors and Inconsisten
cies nnd I venture to say that the great
majority of those who voted for It dur
ing those last das of the regular scs
Blon, know almost nothing of what the
"A canvass has been made of Inde
pendent representatives on this Island
and Maul and we have already suc
ceeded In getting nine members to
pledge their solemn wod 'to the agreo-
ment that they will not vote to bring
up the county bill In case there Is a spo
clal session. The other Islands have
not been dealt with At but I believe
that we will secure n good majority
before long. There is no doubt that
the eight membefs of the House of
Representatives who do not belong to
the Home Kule party will vote the
same way as I have aliendy suggested.
making seventeen already.
"It Is further our proposition to
irakc the government understand that
when a special session Is called, it
must be first and foremost for revenue
measmes and that tTiese measures must
romo from the government Itself and
not from either the Senate, or tho
House of Representatives. I think that
this will be a simple solution of the
problem and win expedite business
Under such circumstance alone am I
in faun of having a special session.'
Chief Thurston of the Tiro Depart
ment received a very complimentary
note this morning fiom die Washing'
ton Mercantile Co , Ltd., owners of the
Triangle store. Appreciation of the
good work done by the firemen In sav
lug this store was cxpi eased In fitting
words nnd a further guarantee of good
faith was expressed by tlio J"0 cheek
; HAYE 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 tha excavation on
Wilder avenue opooslte Alexande
street? The foundations are no
ready .o bolt down the new high-lift
pumps to supply the water for College
Two weeks will give residents 'n
College Hills Transportation and Wa
ter. Give the Sales Agents a chance to
show you the property.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
TWENTY MILE RQAY
'It's Just like a twenty-mile relay
broncho race. Bald an enthusiastic
backer of one of the leaders for the
Uulletln prize diamond ring. "Some
of the candidates will drag along at th )
tall end of the bunch until the half
way house Is passed, and then you
will seo something doing In the rear.
There arc Castle and Judgo I'crry nnd
Mooro. who arc now fooling along in
the first quarter, while Robertson, (lor
man and Thompson aro nearly a
whole lap ahead. Tako a look at the
gang from the Judges stand nnd Chll
llngworth seems to be standing still
ovei nt the three eighths post; but, 1
tell )ou, ho has wonderful reserve pow
ers, and when he onco strikes his na
tural gait joull see space annihilated
between bin 'present position and the
"There Is 500 tucked nway which
will bo available to stimulate one of
lie ho) s wno Is now hardly visible In
the cloud of dust that Is now kicked
up by that ouiicb of slow ones. The
race will Do exciting at the finish, anil
I II bet a bottlo of extra that the total
vote will pass the 20.000 mark before
the race is over. You will see the
grand stand fill up, too, as the race
the speaker was standing in a crowd
by the poolscller.
The standing of the contestants
voted for will be published each even
ing In the Uulletln until tho close of
MOS8MAN .. ..
QLEA80N . . ..
CUMMINOS .. ..
MAHUKA .. .. ,
EN CHANG .. ..
In addition to the coupons to bo cut
from the first page of the Uulletln,
new subscribers are to bo given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follows:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
8lx months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
Theso coupons are detachable and
must bo torn fiom the subscription re
ceipts nnd deposited In tho ballot box
the same ns the first page coupons. It
will bo seen that for Je. tho subscrip
tion price of the Kvcnlng Uulletln for
one j ear, 750 votes arc allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas the same
amount of money would buy only MO
votes If spent for single copies of the
Uulletln on the street. The sum of $1
will hu eighty votes if spent lor
eighty single copies or the Uulletln j
with tho newsboys or nt the business,
omce. 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 ono
) ear's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles the subscriber to 100
For groceries ring up Ulue 911.
Pierre Jones, tho French Interpreter
In the Circuit Court, returned rtom Ka-
uc, last week niter a stay or n month
or so on bulsncss connected with the
MEN! (0IIT1 '
OF KAUAI rami
t oil Ull uuiBllcoa lUUHVlieU 'Will UlU ... n..., . ,,
owle, Co. Mr. Jones did quite., lot of if" C""r ''J1'""' "r.Prlhu J,,,lKC8 l"1
..!..... with ..,., ,.l.,.,.t ...blni'11""" Just llkn rl, """ PB -
biutluess with the plantations, taking
ordcis foi macbliiery aud plows. In an
Intervlow with a Uulletln leporter this
forenoon, he had the following to say
regarding matters on the Garden Isle:
"I had occasion to travel all over the
Island of Kauai and during my trip, I
had occnslon to hear ut every place
where plantations are situated, the cry
for more labor. It is not Porto lllcan
labor that the Kauai planters want.
Anything but that. Notwithstanding
tbe fact that the Hawaii planters have
come out in defense or this kind or la
bor, the Kauai people still stick to It
that the Porto Rlcans aro not only lazy
but thnt they are thieves and trouble
"Kauai has all tho water she want
and more. At Wahlawa, twenty-eight
Inches, or an avciage of almost an inch
a day. fell during the month of July
and nt Koloa, the record wns twenty
Inches I did not inquire us to the
other plnees but I know that there wua
an Immense amount of rain throughout
the month. August la doing fully as
well as July did
"At Wahlnwn I noticed particularly
the flnn condition of the enno directly
about the mill. The l.nwnl pump Is
turning out nn uvtrnge of 1,000,000 gnl
Ions a d.i),"
ESTEE'S RULING MAY
SHUT OUT 250 ABSENT
These Left After June 14 1900 With
out Registering Will be
Turned Back on
The Chinese Consul has taken up the
qestlon rniscd b the order of depor
tation made In the case of Much dial
yesterday. Tho point In this case dif
fering from tho others Is that Much
dial left Hawaii for China after June
It, 1900, without having applied for a
certificate of registration and when ho
returned the registration period had
In tho trial, Much Chnl claimed that
the registration ollkc was not open and
read for business b"foie ho left. The
Court held that this did not relieve him
of the necessity of making application
according to law.
Pun Kwal Leong, the prhute secre
tary of the Chinese Consul is at work
on the matter and hopes to obtain facts
which will enable Much.Chal nn I about
520 other Chinese who arc In the same
situation, to reside In Haw a I The
Consulate Is of the opinion t int sev
eral Chinese now absent in C h'nn did
make the proper application at the
Internal Revenue office for certificates
before leaving nnd that no record ot
their application wns preserved. It la
said that over 2P0 Chinese whose prop
er home and residence is In Hawaii
nre now In China. They left after Juno
14. 1900, tho statutnr) date of the
opening of the Uurciu of Registration
for Chinese In the Internal Revenue
Office. The Chinese assert that no no
tice was given them even of the loca
tion of the revenue utflte or the law re
quiring registration, until shortly be
fore or about the time of the nrrhnl of
Collector Chamberlain. The Insist
that no futilities for registration were
afforded until nfter the first of this
W F. C. Hasson, Acting Collector of!
Internal Revenue, sucesdlng Win. Ha)
wood, stated to n representative or tho
Chinese Consul that before the omce Hearing on the return of th com
wns reariv to reenter (Thlnesp. o num. mlssloner in the estate ot Makunor-
ber or applications had been reeclved''m', l"',u l,0'lone
anil ruCATPn,! t n Pnmmltalnniii. rt lnwl
,. , .. . r.-i.... 'I'" repent or Henry Hmith, master
migration J K. Rrown and Colfectori,,, tle lMf o A ,, Cartpr WM
Stnccable. Mr. Hasson sa)s that astnlfcn ,m,,.r a,Bcment t)y jluiKC
late as December, ho notified the Com- clear this morning. On motion of
mlssloner of Revenue at Washington (George- Carter, the trustees ot tho es
that prompt action would have to bejtate will be allowed a hearing In eourt
taken or the Chinese or Hawaii could
not he registered within the time limit.
It wns not until in January that the
forms nnd Instructions for doing the
The Chinese are therefore going to
make n desperate effoit to raise the
embargo which will sunt out 230, of
their peope. temporarily away. '
In the trial of a Hawaiian dlvoicoi
case liefoie Judge Gear today an In
terctlng colloqii) toolc place between
tho Court and the Rev. .luilge J. Kekn -
buna of Wnlannc who was a witness.
The Court What Is join buslnss?
Witness District Magistrate
The Court What wns )our business
before ou became a Judge,'
"I was a pieachei."
"Had )Ou never practiced UvvJ-
' Did Governor Dole appoint )ou?"
"Did )ou p'cach nt a branch' of the1
Central Union chinch""
"Yes, sir "
"I thought ho; unit ou never piac
tlced law ?"
"If a vaenne) occurs on the Supremo
bench I horr you get tun plare." snld
tired law before going on the bench."
Was It n custom of The late Gov
ernor," continued Hie Court, "to np
Hill 10 HID SUPREME COIT MEETS
i niniFD DMf.Tir.Fh iiui m miiiidiik laiiu
point as magistrates preachers l';Court forenoon on the charge sug
had never practiced law.' ,..., ,.,. -.,,.,. .. .. .
"I don't know," said tho Judge from
W'alanae. and he wns excused.
Charged With Embezzlement.
1.0I10 Kalalkl. a native, has been ar
rested on tho charge of embezzlement,
It Is alleged that ho collected funds
for chin cnes on the other Islands and
railed to turn In tho money that lio
succeeded In securing. Just how trua
this Is will bo round nut when tho caso
conies to trial. lAmo has retained I.
I.. Knulukou as his attorney and will
fight tho case. It will be rememherel
that the native Is tho ono who has
been In tho habit ot lecturing to peo
plo Irom tho decks ot Hteamers going
to tho various Islands and tr)ing to
enlist their sympathies In tho work of
Mario Jaclnthn, cited to appear be
forei Judgo Gear and bIiow c.uibo why
she should not be committed for ton
pt for taking Icasca In her own name
for estate lands enmu m court today.
After a hearing thn mailer wns taken
tinder advisement by (he Court.
AGAIN ASKS RELEASE
F. M. Brooks Brings Application
Allegting that Nencbiro
Has Been Denied a
Aptllcatlnn for n writ or habeas
coipus was mndc in Judge (leal i
court this morning by 1". M. UrooKs In
buhnir or Yninano Iscnchlro, on tint
tfrotind that no has not been given a
spiedy trial. Nenchlro wns ordered
released fiom prison Jul) 27 by Judge
Clear on the gruunii that he wje not
constitutional!!) com l( ted. He was
Immedlatel) uijoslcit upon the order
or Attorne) Cem-rai Don- upon tun
original charge, -poll which he was
convicted enil Ecnlcncoel. The Attor
ney (jeneral upialcu riom the 1e
clslnn or Judgo Oear, ami Nenchlro a
caso has been iinuer consideration o!
the Supremo Couri lor the past ween,
The Orand July refused to Invcstl
gate NenchiKis ense and was dis
charged by judge Ucar.
This, then, is tint seiond application
for a writ ot habeas corpus on his bo
half.. The application was contested Hy
Deputy Attorney General Cntlieart. Ha
moved to quvsh on tho ground that no
facts were tuuicd safTlclent to justify
tlui allowance ot tho writ. Judgo Gear
sustained the motion and allowed
llrooks until 1 o'clock to II le an
At that time, Cnthcnrt will contest
the application, claiming that Ken
c hlro has not been denied a speedy
.Nenchlro wns arrested on July 2
nnd his trial Is set for August -7 be
fore Jmige iVHcox.
In tliu i stnte or J, A. de Sllvn, on mi
agreement or counsel. Judge (Ic-nr or
dered one half or the property set
aside for the'wldow. Antonln do Hllva
The case is deterred to anow J. A. M
Oborlo, tin administrator, to search
for legnl nelrs.
The matter of the guardianship or
William A Hall has been postponed
.1 to next WimIiu!
next Mondav nt 9 o'clock a. in
Charles Holt has been appointed ad
mlnlstrator or the estate or Henr)
Congelon under bond oi '1,000.
ileibro going on )onr vacation trip
don't iorgct to stop nt tho Honolulu
J,,1ho,,, SIply Co ror koelnk plates,
" "s'.''""er' ,,,e- l" mi,k" tho ,rl"J"
The Supieme Court convened this
nl""''ng pursuant to adjournment. Ar
ter eilllng to order, Chb-r Justice Preur
announced that the court would ad
journ until next Monday morning at
1 which time ailjournment sine die would
prob.ibl) be taken unless some reason
then now nppears vvhly It shotild not.
There Is no probability or a decision
In the habeas corpus appeals today.
IWILEI DENIZENS ACTIVE
Aftei a very short rest, the former
denizens of tho Iwllel corral aro get
ting In their work on Iie streets. Com
plaints have been coming In fiom vari
ous localities ot lute to the effect tint
both Jiipaucbe women anil men hnva
been In the habit of late or venturing
forth nuclei cover of darkiicsH and so
liciting on the ttreets.
The complaints reached Deputy Sher
iff Chilllugwoith and, as l.i oveiy In
vi....r ... ,. ,!, ,,o t.4 11,1 t. ,,'-
Htnnce, he Immediately stalled to work
Id. thn Inform.."!!.,,,. I, nlL-ht tw
on the Information. Iast night, two
arrests were made and more will sure
I) follow. Ha and Tnklno. two Japan-J-
ftcomi nun iy. i iicii iiisra nun t.e'11
tinned until tomorrow at tho request ot
the prosecution. Ita stated thnt she
had gone to Iwllel for a warm bath or
account of Illness and that, oh her way
home, she was arrested by a police offi
INQUEST BEHINDCLOSBD DOOK
Tho Inquest over tho recent Stock
Yard fire Is belnc held behind closed
doors and no newspaper mea are al
lowed to be present. Tho first business
session was held yesterda) afternoon
and, at that time, Manager C A. nice.
Treasurer Ward, Foreman Sylv.i and
Manuel llndrigues, the stablo boy who
was nt tho stables when the III o wns
discovered', were placed on the wltntss
The members of tho Jury asked these
witnesses all manner of questions re
garding the fire nnd how it started,
Another meeting of the Jury was held
this morning nnd more witnesses,
umong w horn wero a number of the cm
po)es of tho stubles, wcie examined,
(MUlffi BY POLIGE
Hlght Japanese appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on the chirge
of gambling One of tho number
pleaded guilty but tl o rest said they
had had nothing to do with the game
The former was placed on the stand
as n witness In order to shield his
louiitrjinen. he stated that three of
the number were nslecp nt the Ime the
gambling was going on
Deputy Sheriff Chtlllngworth who.
In compnny with Darnty Jo) ami an
other officer, made the mid on the den
at Iwllel late last night, stated that
mil) one mm was asleep at the time he
entered the room and thn man wns not
nrrested Everyone else was wide
awake nnd. In fact, the man who wns
making the- most tnlk about having
been asleep, was the one who threw the
dice last The witness stated further
that he had gone up to On Mi Jail to
telephone for the patrol wagon nnd
that, when he returned to the place
the Japanese, wns apparently sound
asleep. It took the combined efforts
or two officers to bring the man to.
To show the attitude of the men,
Deputy HherlfT Chllllngworth told ot
how those Japanese who were not ac
tually playing nt the game ot dire
throwing when the police arrived, re
fused to be arrested and of how one of
the number who would not put on his
clothes had to he dressed by the police
The defendants wanted to know all
about the Hawaiian hw nnd they got
a number ot pointers from Judge Wil
cox who. In prefacing his remarks,
stated that torelgneru should always
at, nil- tlin Inn. ftf thi, f-nnnfri In ulihli
the) mtgrnte. If they found ihey did,'""1 wt?en it has been completed to
not like these, they nlwa)s had the aI. 'tbo satisfaction of this department. I
ternntlve ot returning to their native
TWO HOODLUMS SEN
Willie Korest and Manuel Hosn. tho
two joiing hoodlums nrrested jester-1 "Scarclt) ol money In the Tre-asury
day on the charge of larceny In tho ' the only thing In the way of a cam
second elcgrto b) stealing chickens I'alRn or Improvement. Ab It Is. w.i
from the premises of O. P Wilder, up-'ro m,akl"? nvay 'n plnees This
pcared In the Police Court this XS
J"!1' "",x M 'WnWnB ot com-
mlttlng the boys to the Circuit Court
for trial when Deputy Sheriff Chilling-
worm explained nut ne believed the aro going on with a rorco about two
defendants Intended pleading guilt), .thirds tho regular.
When asked what they had to si), the "A Job which will be done soon is
hoys admitted having stolen the chick- 'be putting ot the i.oolaupoko bridge.
rus rrom the nlaro luntlonp,! ntul.
when asked their reason for so doing,
Manuol Hosa spoke up nnd said that lie
and his running mate were hard up
for money and took thU means of get
ting out of tho dlinculty. Willie For
est began to cry but Manuel Itosa pre
sented a bold front and smiled very no
tlcenbl) ns Judge Wilcox gave each de
fendant a )car in the Itetorm school.
Doth the )outhful criminals have
been to the Ilcform scl. )ol before
Wllllo Font st for disobedience to pa
rents and Manuel lloia for the theft
of a watch. Wllllo Is the )ouug man
after whom n steamer was sent when It
was'fnuuel that, on one stormy day he
had gone out to sea In a skiff It will
be remcmheieil that he went ashore at
Kallhl and was safe on dry land when
tho steamer went out after him.
It Is thought that some of the recent
robberies, wero committed by the two
uo)s who were sent over to the lteform
school this morning. The) were cer
tainly tho ones who nnde a 8)stematle
raid on the chickens nt the Wilder
MObT PIOI'LE PATROiWi: TUL
merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY DON'T VQU?
Gill up HLUH 02 u htn you wUli
tos'nd at vthlngdown town, anJ re
quest your dealer to fend vnur enect
home by the ... MIJJ l Co.
Prompt delivery and,,.,
careful attention avsureJ.
Are you doing to the Mountains ?
Are you Going to the Volcano or
any place where yon want a Tramping Shoe.
If you arc, we wouldike to have you
call in and see our Ladles' extra hlh
trampinc boot ; Made of extra strong
vici kid with a heavy welt sole. Just
the thinR for cmfortahle walking. We
have them in two grades, S3. 50
and $4 50. : : : : :
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1037 Port Htrcct.
l' - 'l 'I
8. T. Alexander Pays
for Road Troubling
WILL BE BUILT ON
Oirer Four Miles of Mountain High
way to be Given Gratis
to the People of
What about that road from Mnntm
to the top of Tnntalus7' was asked of
Superintendent of Public Works J. II.
l)o)d this morning Mr. Uoyd laid
down the Advertiser, In which he hid
been reading an editorial criticism ot
his policy, nnd said
"That Tantalus road Is to be n fre
girt from and by Samuel T Alexander
to the public. Tho mad will be about
four miles long and will cost Mr. Alex
ander n large sum ot money. It will
be built UHn plans and specifications
approved oy tho Department of Pub
lic orks. 1'hls department will also
have supervision or .0 construction,
will be accepted, and the control of
the road will pass to the Govern
ment." The road will start from tho Mnnoa
main road and wind around Hound Top
and run n.ong tiugar UiaL connecting
with the Tantalus road at tho rent
denco or H. W Schmidt. It will op-n
n large district of desirable letddenco
When asked ns to the work on tlu
business streetB. Mr. lioxl said.
Sc1RefIer s place to lieretanln will so
begin. Derctnnla rrom Nutianu to Kli
ow being graded, (loncrnl repnlrs
"" '" ' '" ' luiiiuiioii.
A stone wall wilt also bo built along
the nufenced road on the Pall, for the
protection ot ilfe nnil teams.
"There Is nnotber thing I want to
say," continued Mr. Uoyd. "ir Dr.
Wood bad railed at this otllcu ho
would have lound plans for a cement
wnll along tno eAjmetery ho complaint
nbout in tho Advertiser. This Improve
ment will Itv mado and the Treasurer
asiccd for an authorization to cover
The first appropriation ever made
In Hawaii for cemeteries was by this
last Legislature. So tt hns not ben
tin fault or m)seir or my predecessors
that eciucicry , cut oh hnvo gone to do
REGATTA DAY UACC8.
The Hcgatta Committee have drfl-
Inltel) settled upon the club events to
take place on Hcgatta Diy as follows:
Slx-oarcd barge rice for senior
Slx-oared barge race, freshmen crews.
Slx-oarcd bargo race for members
of tho Heulnnl nnd M)rlle Clubs who
did not talie part In the races at Pi art
Harbor on Jul) 4th.
One-half mile shell rnce, free for all.
Palr-oared race, Oerman beats.
The aclit races will le decided upon
later by n committee of jaclitsnien
and thn Hcgatta Committee.
There seems to be some doubt ns tn
which of tho two freshmen crews In
training at the Healanl Club will bo
given the coveted position. A crew
captained b) Stokes nn 1 one under the
tuition of Paul Jarrctt are both striv
ing for tho place.
A ' MA:.- , ,A&6ai