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HONOIiDLU. TKRRJTORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY AUGUST 27 1901.
PiucB 5 Cunts.
A POOR TIRED CLERK
Don't Take Busy Days When Em
ployers Make Their Money
Cooperation With Men Who
Pay the Salaries.
Editor Evening Bulletin! In one of
the local papers of yesterday l2Gth
Inst.)' I saw an article referring to an
other attempt at early closing of retail
ktorei. This time tho clerks are going
to take It In hand, and It is to bo hoped
that they will go In for the work with
more' .real energy, than tho Y. V. C.
A. Tho latter soon got disheartened
when they met with ono or two re
However, Saturday undoubtedly h
un awkward day to closo at 1 o'clock,
and personally, much at 1 would Ilk
the movement to become universal,- i
urn afraid it cannot bo worked with
success in Honolulu.
No doubt, from a clerk's standpoint
of lew, a Saturday half holiday would
be thoroughly appreciated. He' could
get quite a lot of enjoyment In, from
noon Satin-day and all day Sunday, but
be must also consider tho matter from
the employer's side.
It it a well known fact, that ex
penses are extraordinarily high Id the
way of rents, etc., and every business
man In this city Is Juitly entitled to
Jteverv honest dollar he can make.
' There are three Busy days In Honolulu,
,Moiidays. Tuesdays and Saturdays.
The latter day ls tho worklngmnn'a
day, bo some will arguo, but the work
Ingman works till 4 o'clock and the
majority of stores close at 5. There Is
not much time for tt to do nis will
ing. That Is one of the objections to
Now let the clerks meet their em
ployers, and also the worklngman, half
w ay,., and. If they want to close for a
half day a week, let them try and ar
range matters so as, fay Wednesday,
will be a universal half holiday. Sum
ly no kick can be made against thai
daj. It is nearly alwavs quiet on Wed
nesday In most of the retail houses.
and a halt day oil, In, the mldrthfot the
week would be a very agreeable nreak
In the monotony of the week' work.
If a canvass were made all round the
stores, I am sure most every stsio
keeper would favor the- matter. Tlu it
the old washed out cry of the "Work-,
ingman's shopping" could not be rais
ed. The Saturday trade would be- un
disturbed. The "poor, tired clerks"
would not be so "tired,". and woulc
be In a much better humor to work,
and have something else to look for
ward to. Every ono would benefit by
the rest and no money or trade would
bo lost. If that proposed meeting of
the clerks materializes. I hope and
trust they will work for the halt day
un Wednesday. .
If they go for Saturday I predict an
litter failure for th whole movement,
but, on the other hand, If they all work
In harmony for Wednesday, I feel sum
they will get It.
We "clerks" must not, and cannot
dictate to our emp'oyrrs, but maybo
the) will all fall ! linn and glvo us
a fair deal-on the proposition If we go
about this matter In a square, honU
wny. Hoping, sir, jou see' lit to pub
lish the opinions of your humble set
vant and hoping to hear more from
some other quarter on the'same matter
I am. etc.,
A POOU -THIED CLERK.
II OF Sllfi
Tho talk relative to stumping the
Islands hU sound the people on the
ninttecofja, suitable man for the next
goverigajr of the Terrltoryl goes merrily
on Imt nothing much Is being done. It
Is understood on good authority that
tlio-more conservative members ot tho
v HAVE YOU SEEK 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 on
Wilder avenue opposite Alexande
street? The foundations are no
ready io 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 Sales Agents a chance to
show you tho property.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
Independent Homo Ilule party are very
much against doing anything at this
time. They feel that to start on sui h
a trip would not only bo premature but
It would jeopardlio the welfare of tho
One of the members of tho Home
Kule party who was a member of the'
Legislature wrote recently from Maul
stating that he had heard ot the prop
osition of some of the Home Kule par
t). He did not bellce such an under
taking womd result In any good but. In
case there was such a movement on,
the best thing to do would be to push
forward the name of Prlnco David
Kawannnakoa as ho would be the one
that would suit all parties the best ot
This matter was spoken of to an In
dependent Senator this morning and
ire is his answer. "I To not hi'l'cje
that Prince David Kawananakoa would
he a good nianu tor he Is a Democrat
tnd, as such, would probably rccelv
ery llttlo consideration nt tho hands
ol the powers at Washington which are
Republican to the core. I teal that this
fight for the governorship lien between
the Republican and Home Kule parties.
I do not mind saving that all this talk
about stumping the Islands at the
present time, is the rankest kind of
nonsense. There Is a proper tlmo for
everything. I shall fight tbo pfoposl'
tlon until it is knocked In the head. I
know It will not tako very much to
bowl It over for the staunchest sup-
prrteis of the scehemo are not vrty
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111 WERE NOLLE PROS'D
Following Is a list of tho men who
appeared In the Police Court this fore
noon, had their cases nolle pros'd and
wcut back Into the custody of the High
Sheriff as a lesult of the decision ot ho
Supreme Court jesterday: Chlda Man-
zaburo, manslaughter in the first de
gree; ATi Oi, burglary In the first de
gree.: Osakl Mankichl, Yamano Nene-
chlro and lliara Ichlgoro, murder In the
first dgree; aeorge Wade, murder In
the first degree, and Ah Quong, rape.
In the case of George Wadi, his attor
ney, U A. Andrews, tried to mako out
that his client was free to go where he
pleased but be had another think com
ing, However, something may take
placo later on when thtre will bo A
think on the part ot someone else.
Clcrardy Is expected to arrive In the
Veuturu today nnd the detailed pro
gram will bo arranged for 'Ihursdaj
moiling as soon ns tho 'collltt arrives
In the meantime tho snla of seals h
going nhenit In a fashion Unit denotes
a full hoiiBo. The program as Inltlahd
111 Ueinrdy's last litfr from tho col
umns contains selections by llaih,
rincuherlnl and Popper,
PORTUGUESE TOUGHS ARE
GIYEN STIFF SENTENCES
Four at a Clip Wire' Airested
Judge Wilcox Irt by no means a lover
of hoodlums, and whenever theie are
any of the representatives of the sev
eral iranES of this undeslrnblo clement
up1 beroro him, they invnrlably get tho
maximum penalty fixed by law. This
morning there was a good representa
tion, four having been arrested in &
bunch outsldi' tho carriage shops ot
W. W. Wrlgnt on King street yester
day afternoon. Three of the number
wore sentenced to pay fines that in
very seldom Imposed In like cases. '
It appenrs that Wmlu Mai. Charley
Santos and Krcltas were out walking
yesterday afternoon. When m-ai the
carriage shops mentioned, they mil
across Shtink, who was very much un.
der the Influence of liquor. Tho oth ir
young men wero also under tho Influ
ence of liquor, and they began opera
tions on Shtink. They thought ll would
be fun to take oft this youns mani)
trousers, and so they did so. Upcom
ing more Interested In putting Shunit
In an Interesting condition, they black
ened both his eyes and started to kick
him about tbo street.
At this point In tho proceedings,
8. Decker, bookkeeper for tho Wright
carriage shops, ran out Into tho street
and remonstrated with the young num.
Krcltas assumed charge of tlu squad
ot hoodlums and called Deel.er some
names that ho did not think sounded
John Wright ran out to see what
was the matter, and by this tlmo San
tos had got Shunk Into a hack, ostensi
bly to tako him homo. Wright had
telephoned for -e pouco In tho mean
time, and when he saw that the hood
lums were about to get away, graspo 1
the reins. Kreuaa ran up to Interfere,
and Wright's right hand got tangled
up with Krcltas" collar-bone, sending
him to his knees.
The police arrived, and tbo whole
gang was taken to tho Police Station.
This morning tho caso came up for
trial In tho Police Court. Among tho
n.i.iuBBCD iiiulvu u mq Dm.... v.v
Parish, besides tho "officers who made
tho arrest. v 1
All tho young hoodums pleaded not
guilty, and Santos was tho only ono
who escaped without punishment. () I
tho evidence of Mr. Wright, which was
to the effect that tho defendant was
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tho least drunk ot the lot, ha was given
the benefit of a doubt and discharged.
Preltas and DIbb wore each in
tenced to pay a fine of $6 and costs
each, while Shunk, whoso arrest of
jesterday was tho twelfth, was fined
just twice tho amount. Besides these
fines, the defendants wero given a
lecture by Judge Wilcox that will
probably last tor soma time to come.
Tho hoodlums behaved very badly
after their arrest jestcrdnv afternoon
They shouted out anil used such vll"
language that orders who given to
havo them confined In Cell No. 13.
which does not alow much noise io
go forth. When aBknl In the Pollio
Court this forenoon why they mado
such noises, the hoodlums stated tha'
they wore living out tor food and
drink, with particular emphasis on the
The voting men arresttd belong to
a gang or Punchbowl hoodlums tint
constitute n tenor to tho neighborhood
In which they live, nnd the police, with
Judge Wilcox, expect to keep a watch
ful eyo on their dotngH from now on.
A Helf-LocntlniJ Foghorn.
, fog signal which Is solMocatlng
was recently tested at Kalkncr Island
by tha United States Light House.
Board. It consls.s of a siren driven
b n gas engine and provided with
eight megaphones pointing to tho
points or tha compass. Specific slg
nals are automatically given through
each megaphone. For Instance, If
there Is one long blast, tho signal is
north ot tno observer; one long nnd
ono short blast indicate that the slgnil
Is dlreitly east, etc. It has Utu
found that when a vessel Is within
half a mile or the appaiatiiB, the slg
nal pointing toward It can he heatrf
very plainly, whllo tho others nio
scarcely audible. At distances or Uoi
two to ten miles It is Impossible :o
near nn signals except those, trnm
tho megaphone pointed directly at the
observer. A modification of tho ap
paratus has been perfected for use
nn board ship Knglneerlng N'ons.
C, VIerra was lined .'00 and costs la
the Pollm Court this afternoon on the
charge or selling spirituous liquor
without a license. His attorney, A, O.
Correa, attempted to prove an alibi
but only had the defendant's word (o
The fire Jury In the case of the Stock
Yards flro completed Its work Saturday
end Is now awaiting for the evidence
to bo typewritten before proceeding
further with Its work
The. n. O Hall & Son team f chnng
Ing Its men about and miaus to do
things to the Custom Homo sluggers
when the nt game cumei about.
II. It, Swain, tbo audited, gave
dinner to Messrs Southard I (off mar
mid Trod Angus ut tho Huvalluu li"
til lust evening.
W. II Mallug, clerk of the IVilnr.il
Court, will leave In tho Ventura for n
short vacation In San I'raiiclsio.
KAUAI CITIZEN SPEAKS
ON GOVERNMENT'S STAND
Think3 Action of Yesterday Was
Childish $600 for Expenses
While on Garden Isle
here Is n great deal of criticism m
tho streets toduv out the action of
the (lovcrnor's Council vesterday with
rosput to tho proposed trip of tho
band to inual. Sheriff Coney sent a
letter to tnn Oovernini-nt stating what
he, after thorough Investigation,
considered an outsldo (stlmato as to
tho living expenses of the members of
tho band wnlle on the Garden Isle.
This mentis nn average of 1 per dav
for each niombir of tho band during
the proposed ten dajs' stay on Kauai,
and this It Just what was paid by the
men numbers of the band for eneii
day In II Ho during the recent stiy
there, ami llllo has her hotels and
much bitter facilities than any placo
en Kauai. T,
The Legislature mado an'approprU
tlon of 18,1)00 for trips or tho bamHo
the various Islands ot tho group,
which means $4 000 per year. Tho
bandmaster has already suggested that
a trip to one or othor of the Islands
In three months would certainly be
sufficient. Tnls would mean a thou
sand dollars for each trip.
Now, supposing that tho living e
penses or tho members of tho band
while on Kauai would amount to ICOU
that leaves $400 for steamer fare nnd
traveling expenses fiom one place to
another. Now, the steamer fare would
not cost more than $) for each mem
ber, which, with thirty member,
would mean an expenditure ot I1S0.
That would leavo 1220 for traveling
about on the Island, which would bo
amply sufficient, and there would still
remain a balance out or tho tl.ooo.
Said a prominent Kauai citizen to
day: "Tho Government seems to place
this mattor on a basis of charity. Tho
Kauai people have as much right to -i
visit of tho band as Honolulu people
havo to hear the band p.ay here, and
. .b u siiuuic r..ui. i..u nt. un.. ui .-in
,.. nc .. T-,.t ..u f.,,.i- l. v .
conservative esttmnte of the expenses
of the- band while on the (.anion Isle.
to havo tho executive turn down tho
proposition until such time as the
Kauai people shall come to the con
clusion to reduce tho expenses. I can
not see why we should mako this a
matter ot charity. Th bandmi-n
should pay for their part of tho ex
penses ns well as any one else.
'We Knual people pay toward the
running expenses or the Government,
and our men In tho Legislature voted
or an appropriation lor the travelin;
expenses of the band because they ot-
petted the band to make trips. Wo
want the band to visit Kauai, and W"
do not mean to cut down a single cent
In their expenses. The childish ntll
ttiuo taken by the Government be-.
(times more childish eveiy time om
trlnks about tho matter.
"Th9 vory Idea of our cutting down
the expenses or the band nnd tuking
money out of our own pockets If we
want sumo of tho music that you pit
plo get rmsi one year's end to tho oth
or nt our expense. We had a great
notion to1 cut out the band altogether
nt the lust session or the Legislature,
nnd this attitude or tho Governmen
makes us think wo made u mlstnko
In not doing so. Are we to have a
repetition ot tho old tlmo hogglshneMj''
"I tell you right now thnt tho Gov
ernment has mado a great mistake If
It thinks thnt, after our willingness to
piy for tho band, wo Intend to let this
lo n mattor or chat It). Those hiinils
men will pay their regular cxpens"
ir tliey ever tome to Kauai or wo won t
hr.ve tho band nt all. If pur li n stn'e
ot nftalrs tomes about, you just watcn
Knunla smoke during the next ses
sion ot tho Legislature. We will in
Ftrutt overy man from the Garden Islo
to vot? ngnlnst the band, find 5 on will
find that we will have sympathizers
on this Island as well as Hawaii mid
Ail II! 1
The matter of the appeal in the in
rome tax cases has not been decided on
vet although an Impression prevails
that tho pcoplo Interested will not stop
with the decision ot tho local Supreme
Tho attornoys in the teccnt cases be
fore the Supreme Court are now con
sidering tha matter. W. O, Smith wai
seen this morning and this is what
be had to say: "Tho matter of un ap
peal to a higher court Is now undo
consideration but nothing has bci u
decided on yet." This shows un
doubtedly that there has been some
conference on the matter and that
there will soon be forthcoming u deci
sion us to whether or uo the matter U
lo bn dropped whore It Is.
W. W Dlmond, vlco president of the
Merchants' Association raid that noth
Ing had vet beer) done along the lln
of appeal Taking tho rase to n high
or court would mean ill Kinds of mon
xy and the matter would have to b
considered very inrcfully btforo a d
Clslon could bn Ratlin 1
Ta'tlllg Into consideration the ract
that the PlunteiH' Association the, Mor
chants' Association and tbo Cluimhor
ot Coninurce are together In tlilu mat
tir of tho Income tax, It Is very prub-
bile that the ene will be taken high
er, particularly from the fact that tb
decision Is not unanimous.
J, P. Cooke of the firm of AWander
d Baldwin, said that he could not
speak fur tho l'lantera' Aswl ttlcri as
a whole but that for himself nnd Ml.
Ilnldwln lie would say that the L.ivm
been from the btglnnlnv;, bcllfVnrj In
tho Income tax. Mr. Cooko cKmMerJ
that the decision of the Supreme Court
should bo taken ns a final determina
tion of the question. He ulso said that
he had nut consldeicd tho submlisloii
of the points to the Supremo Couit In
nuy sense n contest or n fight ng.itnit
the law. It was merclv a proceelln?
brought to settle all questions of doubt
r,s to the constitutionality of the In
come Tax law nnd so far as he could
see. there Is no occasion for anj fur
ther litigation upon the subject.
ISLAND STEAMER RETURNS
FROM BIRD ISLAND TRIP
Lindsay May Overboard Sharks and
Birds Captured Passed China
Yesterday and Got
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Kauai and Bird's Island, or Nllhoa this
morning after a fast round trip.
From Makawcll, whhh port was left
on Saturday afternoon, the Hteuner
took the following part;: Mr. Miller
and two sons, H. A. Jaeger. Allen Jan
ger, John Ncvln, Mr. McCluud. Mi.
Wogncr, Nick 1-ooness, Oeo. Klii"gel,
W. 11. Klcc, Jr., W. Klsher, Ulck Dins.
W. W. Chamberlain, L. Welnihelncr,
N. Cralz, Thus. Kimble, It. B. Church,
B. J. Itlce. Hugh Phelps. W. A. Itam
say, Geo. Harriet, P. K. Oulld. A.
Arswaldt, J, Jorgensen, M. I.. May,
Or. Wilkinson, Sakl Morlslgl.
They nrrlved nt the Island at 9
o'clock Sunday morning and 'pro.
te tiled ashore In one of the bontfc
wint M. I,. Mnv. storekeeper at Mo-
! j)rj (iP. He attempted to Jump frnn
the boat to the Bhoro and fell Into tho
i atgj", Fortunately ho aa hauleJ
back Into the bout, before the sharks
with which the waters uer infested,
A tour of die island was mud') and
some birds, eggs and bianihrs at tho
lolo palm were taken by the explorers.
After several hours spent on Hm UI
and the entire party returned to th
Mlkuluila and fished. Nothing 'nil
shurks were caught. Tha small uncu
had their fins and tails cut off by tho
fishermen nnd were then throw : back
Into the wate--. One lirge shark. Blid
to bo ten feet long, was caught and
cut open. In Its stomach weio louud
two of the little sharks that lud been
caught before, and a dead bird, vvhhh
had been shot by one of the party.
About 4 o'clock on Sunday the Ml
kahala started hack for Kauai ami ar
rived nt Kleclc earl) ou Monday morn
ing. Many eggs and birds wors
brought to Kauai by the tourists Sev
eral canui Irs like thoso from Lajsnn
Island were captured one of which
wus brought hero by Purser IVrgiHoii.
Yesterday morning the Mlkihala
was pnssid by the Chtua oft Kauai
and tho offlitrs of tho Iblind vessel arr
greatly elated over beating the great
mall boat Into tho hirbor.
Lieut. Com. Seaton Hthroeder. for
mer Governor or Guam, Is n through
passenger in the China. Ho Is going
to Washington on orders lately re
ceived. Higardlng tho conduct or af
fairs In Guam the ex-Governor re
fused to be Interviewed. He expects
to testify on the Schlcj Inquiry In
There Is n big kick over pltshers who
c'ld work In tho last league games,
pitching In the games of the winter
league The new tpen want n show.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1057 I'ort Ktreet.
Come and try a pair of our "Highland Call" $3,00.
II A H1IFT
JUDGE GEAR MAKES
GEO. CARTER GUARDIAN
Instructions Are That Ward Shall
Have His Income to Spend
Principal to be
Wm A. Hall wai declared a spend
thrift b) Judge Gear this morning un 1
(liorgc Carter appointed gu-irdlan of
his propertj nnd person. Young Hall's
estate Is valued nt JW.OOU to SiiWO.
He has been married and said on the
witness stand that after separatluj
from his wife ho took to drink at. 1
gambling nnd was such a high roller
that he believed he rbould havu the
t'rotectlon of n spentt'lirltt guardian.
Tho examination of Hall by Juiiko
(ear brought out some Interesi'iix
Incts. While the Couit pronounced
Hall a flue subject for a spendthrift
trust, nt the same time, It was ap
parent that the Court leluctantl) made
the order. Hall was asked It ho would
not prefer some other way of protect
ing his estate. It seemed not. Tho
Court iflscussed the matter with Mc
Clanuhnn.. Hall's attorne.
The Court said tho trouble with a
CMltlHltrlfl l.llll la ihttt 1. nnnH.. I. a
,errnnate,i pa,ny Tue Cllge wa, cl,ed
J,, vvhlch tVe Suprcm- Court refused
I lo permit the probate court to terml-
"a,c a "". 'n which the ward was a
plrl film iniil arHinrl nt her mntrti'itv
girl. She had arrived at her majority,
had married and yet the Supreme Court
held that she could not be released
unless It was proved that sho had
ceased to bo a spendthrift. She could
not be proved to havo reformed be
cause under the trust, she had bad
no money to spend. The higher court
held that a statutory spendthrift would
of courso spend all tho money obtain
Judge Gear revolved the matter In
his mind with deliberation and hesi
tation quite apparent. Finally he call
cc' Oeqrga Carto'rT'wtsyi'.bad beon -so;
fetted as 'ho guardian anA-qucslloned
him. He asked Carter It he would
keep adding Hall's Income to the prin
cipal. Carter replied by asking tho
question. "What good will his principal
do him after he Is dead?"
The Court continued, saving that he
wanted Hall to have his Income. He
observed that men with fortunes spend
their money in different wavs and did
uot believe any man had a right to say
how another should seek the pleasures
ol life. "I know- guardians who think
differently and havo seen fit to limit a
ward worth $60,000 to 1 1 per week.
The guardian In this rase must act
for the Interest ot the ward. Hall Is
entitled to spend his Income and he
should receive It from his guardian.
The order will bo signed tomorrow
USED PROFANE LANGUAGE.
Charles Junta, a native, appeared In
the Police Court this forenoon on the
charge of using profane language. He
pleaded not guilty. It was brought out
during the tcstlmonv thnt Officer Apa
na made tho nrrcst. Tho fellow was
slightly under tho Influence of liquor
nnd made a fool of ldmsclf on a street
car. He raited the driver several bad
names. Apana happened to he near by
and he mado the arrest. 'Judge Wilcox
fined the defendant 10 and costs, re
marking thnt a wave of morality had
struck in high places and ho did not
see why It should not ktrlke tho low
MOST PLOPLE PAT&OME TIIU
Merchants Parcel Delivery
WHY DON'T N.OU?
Call up BLUU 621 vvhrn you wish
to vnJ anything down town, and re
quest vour dcaltr to send vour Er"ds
home by the M l l. Co.
.Prompt delivery aiii!.,..
f lareful attention assured.
The worklngman needs and must
have well-made shoes. No other kind
will answer his purpose. We have
.special values In workingmen's shoes
shoes no. to be found In every store.
These shoes are made well and upon
easy-fitting lasts, for comfort, PRICES
from 1.60 to $3 00
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