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Vol. XI. No. 1928.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII! WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28, 1901.
PltlOH 5 OKNT8.
ONE CHARGE AGAINST
LENNON IS DISMISSED
Real Estate Facts Gome Out on
Inquiry Into Sale of Makikl
Estate Propjrty at
. Lawyer Lennon, convlctcil In thtic
District Court on two counts, was !u
Judgo Clcar'a court this morning. Dep
uty Attorney General Cathcart nolle
prose'd ono case, Mr. Lcnnon with
draw Ins Ins appeal In the other, on
which ho has been sentenced to Im
prisonment for six months.
In the rase dismissed, Cathcart said
that examination disclosed that tho
charge of gross cheat was not borno
out by the facts. The transaction
turned out to be nothing more than n
mere loan, which the prisoner sought
to liquidate by drawing a check upon
a bank In which he had no funds.
Judgo Gear made a formal order this
morning adjudging W. A. Hall a spend
thrift and appointing George H. Carter
guardian of his person and estate, un
der bond of $5,000.
An oral decision was made by Judge
Gear this morning terminating tho
James Love spendthrift trust and dls
cnarging J. A. Magoon as guardian.
Tno Court stated that the trust was
one that never should have bee
mado; that James Lovo sever bad
been a proper subject for a spend
thrift trust, and ' that tho same
should ho discontinued. A written
opinion in tho caso will bo tiled later
Tho ma.cer of tho sine of an aero
tract of property by Samuel E. Wool-
Icy, administrator, was brought up by
Attorney A. G. M. Robertson. Tia
land is situated on Makikl street nesr
the park and was sold at auction lor
$0,100 to A. A. Montarlo. 'tho Inquiry
ot Kobcrtson was to show that It wits
sold at too low a figure, and that a now
sale should be ordered by the court.
The exact area Is one and eleven one
hundredths acres. "' ,
A. V. Gear testified that the prop
erty was worth $9,000 per acre. Ho
was cross-questioned by Mr. Montano.
Mr. Gear stated that lots In that lo
cality had sold better during the part
,year than they had tho year previous.
Ho said in a general wny that the de
mand for homes within easy access of
the city was as good or uettcr now
than It was one or two years ago. He
suggested that the tract In question
would bring better prices for tho es
tate if- subdivided Into building Iocs
and sold separately. Montano askod
Mr. Gear how long it would tako htm
to sell the tract if subdivided. Ho ro
puled that he had sold somo twelo
or fourteen lots nearby within the last
Tho Court took tho question under
CHARGED WITH LARCENY.
Daniel McColdrlck, charged with
stealing the bicycle of young Olaf
Olsen from the Y. M. C. A. building
last Saturday evening, was this morn'
Ing committed to tho Circuit Court for
trial, after preliminary examination
before Judgo Wilcox.
Officer Jackson, who made the arrest
testified that he had met the defendant
in Iwilel and that ho had tried to sell
htm n Cleveland wheel for $20. The
man's actions wero suspicious and he
made the arrest. Dccfndant refused
to go along and he was forced to
flourish n toy revolver.
Joe Goo Kim, the Chinese court In
terpreter, testified that the defendant
tried to sell him the wheel tho same
evening while ho was In n drug storo
on Fort street. Tho price was $20.
Jean Gerardy, tho world-renowned
Belgian violoncellist, arrived from
Australia in tho Ventura last evening.
Ho will appear at tho Opera House to
morrow evening. M. Gerardy Is most
fortunate In possessing a magnificent
Antonio Strndlvarlus 'cello. Its peril
giee Is undoubted, and It came to the
present owner for 2,000 paid to
Hast, tho groat expert London uual
or, who could guarantee ltn previous
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 on
Wilder avenue opposite Alexander
street? The' foundations are nov
ready 10 bolt down the new high-lift
pumps to supply the water for College
Two weeks will give residents In
College Hills Transportation and Wa
ter. Give the Sales Agents a chance to
show you the property.
JcCIellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
BAND IN rill BUSY III
Tho band wll have a busy time of It
during J.ie remainder of tho present
and the beginning of next week. There
will he no concert tomorrow, but on
Krldav evihilne there will bo a sncclal
toncert'nt tho Mon'na Hotel.
On Saturday afternoon the band
will not play at Emma Square, as usu
al, but w... ride on tho first car frohi
Ihc stabies or the powcr-hoilse of tho
Rapid Transit Company that will ha
sent out over the extension of tho
On Labor Day the band will play
for one hour, beginning at 7:30 o'clock,
at the home of Queen ..nluokalanl, on
Derctnnla street, in honor of tho birth
day of that royal lady. This done, tho
hand will march to'the assembly place
of the labor organizations for tho pur
pose of forming for tho parade,
Some of the band boys liavo sug
gested that the Government nllow tin
members to wear hats Instead of caps
when taking part In any street parade
such as the one set for Labor Da..
1...8, It Is argued, will make things
much more comfortab.e for tho h'orn
blowers and will be productlvo of bat
H. R, Speldlng, who bus V-m In the
city for somo months oerscclnij the m
stol'iitlon ot the ir.i.clurory for the
L'r.'on Feed Companv, returned In his
li.n-s in San Francis") by the VenuiM.
DEATH OF WAIALUA MAN
CAUSE OF A DIFFERENCE
Police Believe Japanese Took His Own
Own Life rCoroner's Jury
Turns in Verdict
On tho 22d day of this month Sao
Kanzaburo, a Japaneso of Walalua.
was found dead In one of tho rooms
of Kobayashl's shop. Tho police wcro
called In, and everything seemed to
point to the fact that tho man had
committed suicide. However, It was
thought that a gronnr's inquest
snomu ue neiu, uuu, in'uciuruuncu
with this decision on tho part of mo
deputy Bherlff, a Jury, In which w,i
Included Representative S. K. Mahoc,
Vhe Jury viewed the body and then
aujourncd to meet on tho 24th Inst.
At that tlmo tho Inquest was held,
and, atter a number of witnesses haJ
been examined and all tho factB of the
tragedy brought to light, the Jury
turned in a verdict of death at tno
hands of somo unknown party.
The facts of tho caso are as lollowr.;
Tne body was discovered shortly after
tho deed had been committed. It was
lying on the floor and tnero was abso
lutely no signs ot life. There was :i
sharp cut across the face and a pool
ot blood quite a distance away from
tho place where the body was lying.
On the floor and close to tho right
hand of the uead Japanoso was a
sharp knife, with which the work had
evidently been done. Tho cut acros
the neck that caused death was ua
doubtcilly done with some sharo In
strument such as the knlfo that was
Notwithstanding tho verdict ren
dered by the Jury, It is believed by
many Wnlalua people that the Japa
nese committed suicide. The fact
that tho pool of blood was at soma
distance away from tho body, which
the Jury placed so much stress on
.does not, In their minds, go to show
anything llko murder. It would Vs
perfectly possible for a man to cut his
tnroat while standing or sitting In uuo
placeiand he several feet away at the
time of death. Savo was a sick man,
vho had not been working for somo
time on account of this very fact. Ho
last worked with one of tho Jnpanos
contractors ot Walalua.
li. B. DOLE RE
H. I G
Governor Dolo will resume his ex
ecutive duties at tho Capitol building
Friday rooming, August 30. Notices to
this effect will bo otllclnlly promul
Acting Governor or Secretary II. K.
Coopor will go to his homo at tho
l'cnlnsula at Fcarl Harbor and will not
return to the city for at least a fort
night. Ho will tako with him all tho
data and papers which ho will require,
in -o work ot making up his report
tq the Secretary of tho Interior. Ho
performs this work In Lie retirement
of hlB country homo In order to escape
the interruptions which at his oftlto
have made progress practically Im
possible. ROUGH SURGERY.
A pleco of rough surgery was done
on tho Pacific Mall wharf this morn
ing. Ono of the Hawaiian stevedores
badly mashed the end of the middle
finger of his left hand. Tho bone was
smashed and the flesh badly lacerated.
A companion who was with him at tho
time pulled out his pocket knlfo and
proi eeded to cut the damaged .part ot
the Injured linger os. The finger was
then bathed in cold water and tightly
hound In a pleco ot tho man's shirt.
As soon as the operation was over both
surgeon and patient lesumed their
work. The whole first Joint of the
man's finger was renovod.
1 iiiJttftii r) Mi&Ammk,
ID TO IT Kit
GOVERNMENT HAS NOW
REVERSED ITS DECISION
ys Will Leave in Next Hall if
Money Can be Found--What
The Bulletin publUhed a statement
yesterday regarding the action taken
by the government with reference to
tho proposed trip of the band to Ka
uai, together with an Interview with
on of the leading citizens of the Gar
den Isle. In the talk with this man,
the sentiment of the prople ot his Isl
and was clearly brought out. The send
ing of the band, said he, was not n
matter of charity, but on the other
hand, It was clearly the duty of the
government to follow out the dictates
of the Legislature which oted cer
tain sum of money for trips of the
band to the other Islands.
Today, trio government has had n
change of mind and now Acting Gov
ernor Cooper Is thinking1 ot seridlng
the band to Kauai to play for the'peo
ple thatjisc j "t" for a "k." While
his planBliavc not yet been fully com
plctcd.still there comes the ajmrance
that there had been a change In what
was decided on no later than at the
Governor's Council meeting Monday
A Uullctln reporter Interviewed tho
Acting Governor this forenoon and
here is what he had to say: "The
band will go to Kauai by the next Hall
providing we can make arrangements
for the money. The nip will coat at
least $200 more than the one 'to Illlo
during the races at that place. The
band will be sent to t.lhue with nr
tangements for the boys to remain
there over one steamer. If they nro
wanted In other parts of the Island,
that will have to bo nrranged for at
BERI-BBRI AT WAIALUA.
A l'orto Rlran laborer at WtMlua
plantation was founJ, d-ad at tlv Pump,
I camp on'the 2ltn?trt. .There was
tear and trembling among the other
members ot the camp. The body was
very badly swollen and it was not
known just what the man could have
died fiom. As soon as possible, a pay
slclnn was sent to tho place and, after
thorough examination. It was found
that bcrl-berl had caused his death.
It Is said that quite a number of tbo
Porto Weans at Walalua plantation ar
suffering from the same disease .
OLD ANCHOR RECOVERED.
The Iron uo 1 8 was out looking for
the Oregon's anchor and chain yester
day. She did not recover It but did
bring up a very large anchor nnd about
fifteen fathoms ot chain. It Is
thought that the anchor and chain re
covered formerly belong to the buoy
which was replaced by tho piesent
hell buoy. From the appearance of the
Iron It Is thought to have been sub
merged nbout fifteen enrs.
CUMMINGS .. ..
EN CHANG .. ..
In addition to the coupons to be cut
from the first page of the Uull'etln,
new subscribers nro to he given re
ceipts 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
Thesn coupons are detachable and
must bo torn from tho subscription re
ceipts nnd deposited In tho ballot box
the samo as tho first page coupons. It
will be seen that for JS, tho subscrip
tion prlto of tho livening Uullctln for
oivo year, 750 votes are allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas tho same
HABEAS CORPUS CASESIHNE RMJI1L DRILL A NEW SYSTEM SOON
TWO PRISONERS MAY YET
FIND WAY TO LIBERTY
Matter Cami Up Today But Was
Postponed for Final Hearing
Before Judge Gear
The petitions fur writs of habeas
corpus In behalf ot Chlda Manzabaro
and George Wade, mode returnable
before Judge Gear this morning at 9:30
o'clock, were attacked by Deputy At
tornel General Cnthcurt by a motion to
quash. The motion was denied by
Judge Gear but the petitions were ad
Judged faulty nnd tlmo was given for
filing amended parcrs, the case being
set for Friday morning,
These prlsoncis wcie ordered re
leased upon writs of habeas corpus by
Judgo Gear on the ground that they
were Illegally convicted. They were
promptly rearrested by High Sheriff
Drown and held under new charges
Meanwhile the Supreme Court remand,
ed other prisoners t cleaned by Gear,
but did not pass on the cases of Waiio
and Chlda. After the decision of the
Supreme Court, the Attorney Genera!
appeared In tho District Court yestcr
day and entered nolle prosequi to the
charges against Wade and Chlda. As
to these two prisoners, this order left
them In the position of being held by
the High Sheriff In dlsobdelcnce to
an order of the Circuit Court that thry
bo released. The order In thefc parti
cular cases had not been overrule 1 bj
thenlnher court. It was on this ground
that' new petitions for the releace of
Chlda and Wade were made yesterday.
Tho petitions failed to set out In prop
er form the previous order of the court
hence the postponement for amend'
POLICE COURT NOTE.
In the Police Court this forenoon, R.
Reger wns sentenced to sixty days'
Imprisonment at hard labor on the
charge of vagrancy. Knlmlmoku, a na
tive who was arrested last evening,
was charged with Indecent exposure.
The man explained that he was drunk
nnd a fine of $1 and costs was Imposed.
Alex. Hagcn and Geo. Duncan, two
men, from the transport Meade, charg
ed with vagrancy, had their cases put
over until tomorrow nt the request
of Attorney Straus, who appeared for
the defendants. Yoshloka, who has
received many notices of late to pay
up his boarding house license, was fin
ed $10 and costs. His license, would
have cost him only $3 altogether.
There was a bad runaway on King
street, between Fort and Alakea, tins
morning. One of the wagons of tho
Metropolitan Meat Co. ran away nn.l
collided with a cart belonging to K. R.
Rowe's palut shop, which was stand
ing outside tho place named at th t
time. Doth wagons werp capsized,
and this guvo people standing near
tlmo to grasp the reins of the horses
and thus pri'tcnt any further tumble.
amount of money would buy only 100
votes If spent for single copies of tho
Uullctln on th street. The sum ot t
will buy eighty votes it spent for
eighty single copies of the Bulletin
with the newsboys or at the business
olllce'. This amount ot money, If ex
changed for a receipt for a six mouths'
subscription to tho Uullctln, will se
cure 350 votes. One dollar for one
year's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles tho subscriber to 100
Tho prlzo oliered by the Uullctln Is
on exhibition In tho window nf II. ''
Wichman, 517 Foil street, nnd wll. bo
presented io tho player receding tho
greatest nttmner of Votes at tho close
I of tho contest Oct. 15.
Tho regimental Ut 111 ot the National
Guard last evening was the crv host
tlint tho boys have Indulged in for
Borne months past, and this may nil be
put down to tho met that the lorn;
mnrch out to Mnklkl nnd return was
dispensed with, Instead of doing lis
before, tho regiment, under command
of Col. Jones, was marched down in
Union Square nnd there the men
spent tho tlmo In drilling, llorctoforu
U had been the habit of the regiment
to spend all the tunc In marching to
and rrom Mnklkl, allowing only about
ten or fifteen minutes' drill on th'4
Tho regiment turned out In tlid
neighborhood of 400 men List night,
ninl every soldier seemed to bo on hi
mettle. The result wns an excellent
drill. Company F turned put the
largest number of men. In fact, there
were too many lor comfortable drill
ing. Tho uatlu's wcio also very much
Referring ngaln to tho change In
places of holding the regimental ill Ills.
It might be said that at the last meet
ing of the officers of iuc N, G. II. a
kick wns made ngnlnst the MakIM
proposition, and, although nothing defi
nite was done nt the time, it was re
solved that the experiment should ho
tiled. Now that tho result was as It
turned out to be last night, It In prob
able that the practlcu will be made
HAWAIIAN BAND PLAYS
MUSIC ON HIS BIRTHDAY
Program of Stately Pieces Rendered
in Honor of the 44th Birth
day of Secretarv of ,
Acting Governor Henry E. Cooper
eclebrnted his forty-fourth birthday
today. . Ills desk In the Capitol build
ing was decorated" with flowers nil I ah
had been sent by friends. Tho" Tern
torlal baud In honor f the ojuaibn
serenaded Mr. Cooper in the Cip'tul
grounds. The program ot muslo. was
selected with special Tcfeier.e to tin
tastes of Mr. Cooper, which .ire well
known to Captain Ucrgcr. The c:iKe
walk and two step were conspls"husljr
absent. The official record ot tho
band's part In the affair at drawn up
by Captain Ilcrgcr, Is nb follows:
Morning 'renado on the Capital
grounds In honor of the birthday of
the Secretary of the Territory of Ha
waii, II. D. Cooper.
Honolulu, Aug. 23, 1901.
Tho Old Hundred.
Overture Festlvnl Bach
.Rallad Morning Ileethoen
Selection Martha Flotnw
Gloria 12th Mass Mow it
Andante Surprlso Symphony .Huydn
March The .Invincible I'aglo ..Sousi
Alobn Oe. Star Spangled UaiM'nr.
For groceries ring up Hlue 911.
Somo boon companions made ni'ieli
of the departure of Attorney General
1-:. i. Dole last tuenlng In tho China.
Ho Is on his wny to San Francisco lu
Ijxst evening ho wns properly dec
ciatod wtih Ic-ls by friends nbonid the
Rteamer, nnd n largo bow of white silk
ribbon was pined to his shouMer ho
that It would hang mw his shoulder.
Tho proHpectho bridegroom did not
know of tho marriage emblem which.
had been attached to his coat nnd wfnt
about nil oblivious of tho Joke his
(lends had perpetrated.
m . 9
THE QUEEN'S RECEPTION.
Queen Lllluokalnnl Issues a general
limitation to tho people of Honolulu
to bo present nt n reception to bo given
at Washington I'lacc. Hcretanln street,
from lii'to 1 o'cloelt Mqnilny, Septem
ber 2, the date of her b'rthday.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
IOR7 Port Street.
Come and try a pair of our "Highland Calf $3.00.
WILL MAKE SMALL CHARGE
Samuel. Johnson Now Busy With
be &nt to All
Samuel Johnson, head of the garuags
department of the I'ubllc Works," Js
Just now very busy getting ready for
the Inauguration of the new system of
garbage removal fiom the various resi
dences and business places of the city
which he expects will be in full swing
on the first day of September. Ily tha
new system Honolulu people will U
expected to pay a small amount fot
what they used to get fur nothing
When seen about the mnftcr this foru
noon. Mr. Johnson said:
"Tulr new system Is being Inaugu
rated to bring lu money for the gov.
eminent but the chines for removing
Garbage In the city will be nominal.
rVunle who wish, m.iy have their gar
ruje rcmoed by my Oepartment fir
a ery small chargo indeed, t cannot
ge you the schedule Just yet as eery
thlrg nlong that line he pot been let
In all cities on the Coast, a charge
Is made for the removal ot garbagw
and there Is no reason why Honolulu
should not drop Into line. We will re
move garbage from any place bounded
by the water front, tho fertilizer works
In Kullhl, Judd street mauka and (
r'imulioii street lu the other direction.
"I am now having n lot of0ntlccs
printed for the purpose ot sending to
people of the city through the various
drltcrs. It people whh to have the
work done, they will answer at their
Mr. Johnson's new force Ib working
along In great shape. The men have
Ibccomc acquainted with their duties
nnd are attending to them In a faultiest
George Ross was yesterday appointed
the bookkeeper for the garbage depart
ment. He started In on his now duties
WAITING FOR 8IIOE6.. ;
There wns u great crowd In frontof
the Mclnerny shoo store nil day wait
ing a chance to get Inside tonike
purchases. The rush began early lu
the morning nnd the store bvcame so
crowded that tho clerks were unable
to wait on the customers. The doors
were closed and the crowd outsldu
made to wait until those Inside had
been waited upon.
The shoe store will move to the Mc
Intyro block us soon ns tlic building is
ready for occupancy. The Honolulu
Drug Co. will occupy the storo bolng
vacated by the shoe d,uirtment. Tho
Mclnerny clothing store will remain
In Its present location.
Moses Nakulna has Wed a petition
suing T. G. Thrum tor $10,000 damages,
alleged to have been (ustnlned from
his discharge from the position of as
'Why dldu't j ou study the time ta
ble and then you would not havo miss
id jour train?"
'That was the trouble. Whlli I wai
trying to translate the tlmo tablo thti
train pulled out." Roston Journal.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
nil parts of tho United
States and Kurope.
Olllco. 10(7 Iletbel St..
opposite Honolulu Market.
The worklngman needs and must
have well-made shoes. No other kind
will answer his purpose. We have
special values In worklngmen's shoes
shoes not to be found In every store,
These shoes are made well and upon
easy-fitting lasts, for comfort. PRICES
from 1.50 to $3.00
jlAlkrfiW, r, ,-flft ijjhf i li f li Mil' 'itiMl