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Vol. XI. No. 1031.
' v. HONOLULU. TKRR1TOUY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1001
PlMOIJ n (iT.NTH.
SJB' ' t
The Parade For Morning,
Sports For Afternoon,
Ball For Evening.
REVIEW AT CAPITAL BY
Ki GOVERNOR S. B. DOLE
Big Ball Game in Afternoon Between
Star and Honolulu Teams
Officers in Charge
Labor Day which falls on Monday,
will he celebrated In better style even
Hum last yeai the first time that or
ganized labor ever marched through
the streets ot Honolulu. Nearly all the
airangcmcnts hac been completed by
the committees from the labor organi
zations and It Is expected that every
thing will go off very smoothly. The
puliidn which will be lliu first part of
the clay'B program, will be, as far as
can be learned at the present time, as
tlraml Marshnl Matthew Heffern.
Chief Aide Thomas Kay and Corps
of Aides Mounted.
llannrr of United Labor, Representing
All Ilranches of Tollers. Kscorted
hv a Corps Selected from
Maor Hdward Davis, Commanding
Two llalterles IJ. S. Artillery.
Ulertrlca1 Workers' Union.
Ilrotherhood of Carpenters.
Sailors' Union, Headd by the Portu
t'ostofllco Clerks and Letter Carriers.
Francis Murphy Clubs.
lioumoultlen; Union. ,
JlolleituakcrB and lion Shipbuilders'
KioiiU and Wngoug of Merchants:.
The parade will occupy the better
urt of the morning. It will pass over
the principal streets of the city and
will pud on the Capitol gi omuls before
linwrnor Dole and a party of United
Mdtc3 officers of which General J. C.
Ilicekenrldge will be the head. The
line of march will bn as follows: Form
nt drill shed, mote down Klchnrds
street to King, to Fort, to Ilorctnnla,
to Victoria; countermarch on Bere
tanla to Kaplolanl, to King, to thn
Hxecuttve building grounds, where, af
ter review, the pntade will disband.
Tho committed on awards will not
be with the Governor's party at the
C-vpltol, as announced In the Adver
tiser thin morning, but will bo station
cd on tho balconv of the Ontial I'l.-w
btntlon, wnere tho unions, us thoy
pasi by, will be Judged.
Tho paiade will rorm on tho grounds
adjoining the drill shed nt S u m anil
,lhn miich will commence promptly nl
! a in. It Is thought that the line ot
innich can be covered ill about mi
hour's time, 'so thnt tno parade will
ieich tho Capitol giotmds at about Id
o'c loci.. "V.
After tho parade has been In
handed, tbo literary oxnrclses in con
nection with tho day's celebration will
begin, these to take place In tho grand
stand on tho Capitol grounds. T. Mc
Cants Stewart has been chosen fls thy
mitor nl th'e day. Ho will he lollowol
by Franc la Murphy. Tho last addre-i
will he made by l'tankllu AiiBtlii.
There will be a number of floats In
the procession. The bollermnkcrs will
havo two. tho Ironmouldent two, the
Sailors' Union ono and tho painteis
one. Tho Goddess of Liberty has been
given mi. Plans for this part of the
parade wcio made loo late to arry
out sticeserully Thero will bn lluoo
pilzes or $101), $r,H anil 2! foi tho host
thfeo floats, and three prizes of $30,
.'." nnd 'in for tho best appearing
bodies of men.
Tho following have been chosen ns
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 oi
Wilder avenue opposite Alexande"
street? The toundatlons are nov
ready io bolt down the new high-lift
pumps to supply the water for College
Two weeks will give residents 'n
Collego Hills Transportation and Wa
ter. Give the Sales Agents a chance to
show you the property,
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
the Judges of the parade: Joseph M.
Oat. L. C. Abies nnd W. F. Love.
The second pnrt of the dny's pro-
gram will consist of the Held sports at
Kaptotnnl Park, which will begin nt .
o'clock sharp. Hntrles may ho made
with the secretary on tbo ground.
The fcatuie of the afternoon will lu
the big baseba.l game between tlior,"
old rivals, the Star and Honolulu Ath
letlc teams, for a prize trophy. I !
low Ins Is a complete list of the sports
arranged for the afternoon:
1. One mile hlcvcle race (free for
all; first ptlzo HO. second i. third
(Continued on page l.)
HAWAIIAN LAW FORBIDS
ARREST AFTER DISCHARGE
Warrant for His Arrest for Another
Crime Resetted to at Last
by High Sheriff
For the third time Chlda Manzaboro
was In Judge Gear's court upon an ap
plication for a wrlt'bf habeas corpus.
Ihis time the ground upon which no
ask"s his release is found In tho Ha
waiian statutes. Section lb74, which
provides that a prisoner once dis
charged upon a writ of habeas corpus
may not be restrained of his liberty
again without an indictment or arrest
upon a warrant issued by a Circuit
Court with Jurisdiction.
In Manzaboro s cose, when he wis
released yesterday ho was arrcstoJ
upon a warrant Issued by District
Magistrate Wilcox and held for a
hearing next Tuesday. Tho third writ
of habeas corpus was b'jrved on thj
High Sheilff last evening nt S
o'clock and made returnable this
morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Deputy Attorney General Cathcart
made a prolonged and stubborn ut
tempt to secuio a contluancc until
next Tuesday. Ho argued with tho
Court and parleyed with Attorney
Brooks, but the best he could do was
to neciire two hours In which to draw
up his leturu to the writ. The clash
nt times was decidedly Interesting.
"Why should nn wnnt so much
time. Mr. Cathcart? You surely aro
familiar with theso habeas corpus
matters. You can't sayrth.itybu rv
surprised, can you?" nnl.ed tho Court.
"Oh no; I nm never surprised with
habeas coipus matters now, but hein
Is a new point which I wish time lo
post myself on. These mututlnal ha
heas corpus diversions arc becoming
very regulai. but this point raised now
compels me to ask for time."
Attorney llrooks stated thnt tho
prisoner had been released by the
Court, then rearrested contrary to
law, and that the icipiest for time on
the pirt of the Attorney General was
preposterous. He characterized It nn
a mere ontlnuatloi of tho dlsgrnoMtil
dlsobeillenco and evasion of the
Court's orders that bad been the riilo
on the part of tho Attorney Gcneral'n
department Horn tho beginning In tho
bnlicas corpus matters.
"We can show, II necessniy," sab!
Air. lliooKs, "that tho High Sheriff Ind
In hla pocket two diys before Mniui
born was lelcascd this Illegal warrant
lor his leanest. The District Magh
Irate was allowing a continuance of a
hearing on this Illegal watrant to net
Tuesday. The prisoner Is unjiisilv
and illcgnll icstialned of his llliei'y,
end he does not sco fit to yield any
moie of the rights lclt to hlm. I hnvo
been around some; not to miirh m
soiiih oilier people, how over. Hut I
htiVH never seen n l lace where oideu
of the cotut wc-io so dlsobcved 113
Tl.e Point stnted that the statu'"
wab so plain and the prisoner's right
i-o clear thut It would, with tho agio).
uient of the Attorney General, cull u
Grand Jury n unco to Investigate, wltti
a view to Indicting tho prisoner, if re
leased. Catbcait asked more time.
Judgo Gear closed tbo matter finally
by ordering the rase sot for 12 o'eloi k
At the appointed hour tho return of
Cathcart wus presented In court admit,
ting tho nlletintlons In the petition.
Tho Court -discharged Chlda Manzn
baio upon tho writ and Intimated to
the sheilff and Deputy Attorney Gen
pral that no mm n rearrests upon the
name rhnrgo would be tolerated.
The Attorney Genual tnld that no
curh course wut, contemplated.
Before making the order giving Chl
da his liberty. Judge Gear Intimated
that he would withhold his decision
until n special Grand Jury could be
called to ronsldei the case. The At
torney General would not say that ho
would prosccuto the cases before a
spciial grand Jury If it were called.
The older was theiefore made.
Chlda, who was convicted of murder
In tho first degree, walked forth from
lie court room dazed with the Intrl
cades of tho law from .vhleh ho had en
Chldn's erluio was murder und he le
f-alil tn hnvo participated In the killing
of three men nt Kahuku
Deputy sheriffs wero valtlng outside
the building with wairanU fui Chld.t's
arrest upon n new nnd separate charge
Tho caso of Geo. Wudo has been tet
for next Wcdnibday when n third ha
beas corpus wilt will be discussed In
HOUNIIIl-KNIHIIT Ida Horner Io
Arthur P Knight, both uf Honolulu,
by the Itiiv, V. II. hllint. ill fct. AU
drew'u Cathedral, Ai.gust 2'J.
GHIDA MI UBS
KEALOHA OF WAIALUA
WOULD SHOOT ANYBODY
"You will Instruct Deputy Sheriff! It might be mentioned here that the
Andrew Cox to put on his full uniform,' Catholic prlrst who presides over the
to advance upon the houre and to itit" church at Wnlalun tnndc nn attempt to
to Kealolm that he has a warrant for,go Into the houso but h was warned
his arrest. If Kealolm offers to Are off by Kealoha and told thnt he did
on him, you will Instinct the ileput not aic who It wns that made nn al
sheilff to file back and lev take the map tempt to get near hlm. lie would kill
dead ot alive. Tell hlm particularly I
that when he returns tin fir", ho will,
shoot to kill." So spoke High Sheriff
Drown to Ills deputy this morning
when the facts of the terrible ti igedy
at Walalua were mnde known to him I
Iletwien 7 nnd S o'clock this morn- Kealolm Is a oung man and has al-
Ing. Kealolm Mnkahi. who by the way.wayr beenknown In Wnlnlun ns nn
1.1 one of the well to do natives of
nlun, a man about 28 years of age, went
to tho home of Maria Knlamnkee,
whose home Is closo to tho Kauroo
bridge near the old Hnlstcad premi
ses. He entered tho hoi se. shot down
the mistress nnd then chased out every
other occupant of the dwelling with
the warning that If anyone ictiirned. It
would surely mean his oi her drnth.
He was armed with n rllle and his
countenance showed tbat he meant
what ho said.
The story of the shooting inun makec, a lawyer nnd Judge of th- dls
spread about Walalua and the lollee irlct. She Is n sister of ncpreentntlvc
wero not I Hod. Dr. Hubert Wooci was Kelkl, her maiden nan'e bclnfcfiKrikl.
called and In company with Mr Dime Her father Is residing In this city
ot Wnlalun plantation went to the Deputy Sh'rlff Cot will advance
house for the purpose of seeing what,
he could do foi the woman that Ke-
aloha had shot.
The two got as far rr the laual of very much In love with the woman he
the second story of the house when, shot and that he U temporarily de
wlthout warning, there was a shot and ranged,
a bullet sped past the two men Not I At 12 noon the report was received
wishing to have any further eyperl-
enco of this kind. the. iloctvi i.nd his
companion icu inc pince quickly. iuox wal nwalting tnenrriviu oi Deputy
Deputy Sheriff Andrw Cox had by. Sheriff Feinandca of Kwa. It was
this time donned his i ulfnrni, prepar
ed a warrant of arrest and n search
warrant anil had gone to (he house. He
advanced boldly, not thinking for a
moment that the native would take n
shot at an officer of the law. He had
no weapon with him but nevertheless
expected to nrrcst his man. Cox had
reached the steps and was just as
cending v.hen the native, who wns evl
dently In hiding, fired from Inside.
This shot did not take effect. Tho sec-
1 "nil shot went through the coat of the
ponce omccr, ai inc siuc, inn inn inn on July 4 of tins year it is icany one the euuiilry Is pervaded with smoke. Hon 321 of the Penal l.aws which pio
hurt him at all. I of the finest cups thnt has ever been i No attempt bus been made to fight th iKs for the suppression of nuUunces
Cdfthottght tt-would be best for hlm oyVrecl m.it was wuu by.UIUy McClusky illres ex(pl where they have threat wnti, among other obnoxious things
to consult with the High Sheilff ut Ho- in 1 t8?,.-1hobe who deslie to Fee the'ened lh cr.ne Kven then thoy ro Jntntlons "Intolerable noises." The
iiolulu before proceeding further, so be prr(J pWiltl go tr Mr ljiwreme's not always sticeesslul, and Ookaln nnd m)tlct, gajg ..Tlc plnloii of Hie prcs
left the piemlses and went bade to the plaie on lo.vn Fort street. Juat above I Knkali-i have suliered heavily froul , superintendent of the lunatic
court house. After n little while, he Noe', and Inspect It larefully t i Ari-s In the eane. Stringe o say. It l.i
received from the Deiiutv 1 1 lull Sheriff
tho message from the High Sheriff
which Is already given above.
At 11 o'clock, nothing had been done.
Cox feeling that he would have to
make full preparations befoic attack
ing the house. It seems that two of
his officers ate In town ami that he
has only ono man with him. Learning
this fact, the clerk of the Deputy High
Sheriff's olflrc was Instructed to tele
phone to Deputy Sheriff John Fenian
des of Kwa and tell hlm to gu to Wuh
1 mi with his men. 'lime Is no doubt
wbntevei tint Kealoh-v will be taken
this aftc I noon, dead or alive. Neither
Cox urn I'erenaiides lire nn n to be
fooled with when they have a duly to
- s s
Gorman Takes the Lead
JACKSON ;. .. .
CHILLINGWOftlH . ..' ,
CAY . ..
BULLOCK .1 .
In addition to the coupons to bo cut
from the first page of the Uullctin,
uew subscribe! s are to be given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follow 3.
One month 40 votes
Three months 1S0 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year ... 7S0 votes
Weekly edition, 1 year. 100 votes
Thrsn coupons are il( tin liable and
must bo torn from the siibsiiiptlon le
celpts mid deposited In the ballot box
the same as the first pngo coupons, It
will bo seen that for JS. the subsclp
tlnn price ot tho Hveulng Uullctin foi
ono year, 7.10 votes mo nllowid to n
lii w subserlber, whereas the mine
amount of money would buy only l'!0
otiu If spent for single copies of I'i.i
Uullctin on tho sticct. The sum of 41
the first man that at.pl'ul Into the
Deputy Sheriff Cox re.ioits that Ke
aloha, suit him a letter In which he
stated Huh he would kill hlm or any of
his men If he attempted to take hlm.
Wal-Illustrious felloe-. He If r fisherman
but attends trtany odd Jobs that he can
find. He owns a lot of piopcrly In the
place In whlcb he- ilvw and Ir nn all
around wcll-to-d') man
Marin Kaiamakce the woman shot
by Kealoha and whoe fate Is not
known yet on m court of the Inability,
of anyone to get lulu the house. Is
between 3," und 40 yearn of age. She
has been twice mm i led Mid hns quite
a number of children Her first litis-
I band was Kaupim and b" second Kaln
upon the home this afternoon and It
9 very probable that Kealohn will get
the worst ot It. It Is said that he is
from Walah-a tbat tin- police had not
jot cnptuied Kealoha. Dep-ty Sheriff,
lenrned that tho woman shot by
aloha was not dead,
For grocciles ring up JUue 911,
PINE CUP 'AT LAWRENCE'8.
There Is on show-
In the nlndii
tl Mil BI1UII III lllii nullum w
Lawrence the up-to-date cigar,
merchant, the $lf0 cup which was pre'
. !, 111.
nierenum, .... ,iw cup wn.ei w.. le -
senteu to me lino jiercnnino eo m
Hllo to the winner In the mile free-for-
nil which took plaie In the Italny City
unt, mmli. ,v shimi. A, Cn of Sun Fran.
0lfro nnd has Juct been brought b-ickl
by the manager of the .Mercantile Co.
FREE ORGAN PliCITAl .
The fourth In the series of free organ
recitals In Kuwnlahao ihurch will be
given .Sunday ufternion at 4 o'doek
with the following program1
Sonata No 1 .. .Mendelshobn
Allcsro model ato. Adagio. Iteeitntlvo
Andante (from V minor Fantasia)
Pioirsslon to tin Mlnstrr .Wagner
Durlc Toccata . J S Hiieh
.Maiche Heiolcue .. .. Schubert
, , 9'8
. - 17
will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty single copies of thn Uullctin
with the newsboys or at the business
ollice, 'Ihls amount ot money, If ex
changed for a receipt for a six months'
subscription to the iltilletlli, will se
nile Sr,i) votes One dollar for one
year's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles the suburiiier to 10U
Tho prlro nliered by the Hiilletln Is
nn exhibition in tho window of II '
Wb httinu, (1? Furt street, and wil, be
presented to thn player reiolvlng the
gri'iltest milliner of votes 'it tho close
of the contest Oct. 15
Voles deposited ut Ihls olllic will
be Included among tho scatteilug until
thn contestant hns received n total of
in I'liiiu that llmo the names will b
The Uullctin and Advertiser news
boys played ball this morning on the
Mnklkl grounds nnd the result was a
victory for the latter l a score of
ID to 20. The Uullctin boys say that
In tho second Inning when the score
was 11 to 11, the Advertiser boys rcfus
cd to loan them n bat oi a ball whereas
before that, they were very willing to
lean thrm anything The conccquenco
was that the llulletlu boys had only
ono lint and not n glove. The whole
thing ended up In a luirlllstlc em urn
ter nnd now the IlulUtln buys vant to
have another game with the Advertiser
bo,vs next Saturday
mm mii tw
ln-ICTLfa AKE SENT TO
HILO TO SAVE LIFE
Himakua District Having Hard Tine
of It With Drouth and Fire
Water Brings High
I li.o, Aug 3d. Paaiihau plintatlcm
has had no ruin slncu tho 2Sth of April,
hut they still have enough water loi
household purpose. Tho stock has
been drinking braekluh water for
three months nnd n half. The Urn is
all about the phnlatlon In tho Gov
eiuui"iit forests, but has not touched
the enne cs yet. However, the cano
hns got so dry that Mr Glbb began
Winding next yearV crop on last Wed
nesday. The condition of Kukalau grows
worse On Tuesday tho Homers sent
niuv one bead of horses Into Hllo be
raiise the water supply Is so low. They
also sent In 15u head of cattle on Wed
nesday Mnny rattle have already
lied from thirst and the condition f
the rest Is pltinule. Water for Iioiiri.
hold purposes Is hauled from Paaullo
since the spring Is almost dry, and
vhat little water there Is left is used
I v the Japs. .The torvst flies still rngo
f,Bt Inlenalurom Kukalau to WnlmtM
. ,, - . . , , - ,
' '" "' '"""' J " " V."
I IVI lllllll V tJl IllrtVI It I V VUV
, j, , ,ata ,cy ,m0 hurnt 10 ,,
tl n ,k.1)tll of BOV,.lnl fcU
,i,L, .tie down, onlv to bu levlved jV
the return of the trmlc wlnda. nnd then
Is pi obably owing to the strong trad- '" superintendents Is that the opera
winds It has been vert cloudv nt tlotib of the department of Public
I times, anil clouds that at any other
itline would deluge them with rain.
One day last week Mr Carter, the
I manager of Sam Parkei's ranch, and
his men had to fight the fire nt liana..
Pol So far the I'niker ram,', has not
lest many e.ittle. as they have iVillo .1
little water coming down from tho
1 At P.inullo they hud HI of nn ln h
I of rain one night last week, hut In thn
Ipii'sent condition It w-iw hut a drop
In tin bucket Thn spring there Is vlv
low. ns It Is not only used by the Pas
ullu plnntntiiin but Kukalau has hon
hauling water from theie Tribune
'I he bark Abbbey Palmer irnde u
good inn up from Newnsilc She made
tho run In II days. Captain lotinniii
her prisent commander was foi mil l
nn the barkintlne line I. .Stunforn.
He In aeininpanlrd with Ills wife
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers p-vi knees In any
part of the city for tuc up
Try them. Phone blue 621.
Package's shipped to
all parts of the United
Slates and Hurope
Olllee 1017 llothel St.
opposite Honolulu Market.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1057 Port Ntrect.
Come and try a pair of our "Highland Calf" $3.00.
Conference Was Held on
Grounds of Asylum
BOYD IS NOT INCLINED
TO BE ANTAGONISTIC
But Seeks Solution That Will Satisfy
Business Demands as Well as
Regard for Insane P.itients
a Letter Sent.
The tocsin of war has sounded be
' tween the Hoard ot Health and the
I Department of Public Works Dr.
jsioggctt as dictator of the former body
I has Issued an ultimatum to the Supcr
, lntendent of Public Works. 1 he ulti
matum had the backing of the unani
mous vole ot the members ot the Hoard
Superintendent llovd's reply will not
be forthcoming until the first of the
week, perhaps Tuesday.
The row comes out ot flic proximity
of the Insane Asylum to the depart
ment's rock quarry and rock crusher,
the difficulty Is a legacy handed down
from previous Hoards uf Health and a
predecessor of the present Superinten
dent of Public Works.
The solution of the problem In, the
best Interests of the public requires
more than mere loyalty to duty to any
particular bureau; It requires the
broadest conception of the demands
upon public olllcers to consult the
greatest public good In carry ing out the
obllgitlous of their respective depart
ments. At a special meeting ot the Hoard ot
' l jcsieruay ine seerecury ui mac
"uly was insirucii'o io noiuy J. n.
Lioyii, superintendent or niiiiic vvurKs
I to discontinue blasting and the running
'of the rock crusher at the asvlum nuar-
ty The notice calls attention to see-
Works has been detrimental to the
health of the patients. Marked exag
geration of their symptoms has been
rotlecd lu many cases This being so,
the Hoard of Health must respectfully
request the Superintendent of Public
Works to Inmicdlnti l discontinue
blasting and the running of the rock
Ilefore the adoption of this lesolu-
Hon each members of tin Hoard .vas
called upon to express his views I'rcal.
dent Sloggett said We are prnctl
cully at Issue with the department ot
Public Works. We have heard whnt
Mr lioyd lias said as to the expenso
of i emeu Ing the rock criiiihei. 'that Is
a matter which the lloiri' or Health
has no business to dls-u.'s. We ate the
guardians ot those Insane patients,
and It Is our duty tn snv to Mr Iloyd
that his operations out thero must stop
nt once You havu lunvd the powder
blasts and seen the locks fly. It Is
youi duty to act."
Dr Moore when called (aid that so
fai ns he was concerned nothing was
plnlner thnn that the asylum and the
rock plant must bo dlsishoclated Wo
are now sending Insane patients, not to
(Continued on pan" C )
In the case of C, I, Taylor vs. M M.
Kobn, dec Ulon wns rendered for plaln
t.ff jertciday hy Judse Gear The suit
was for possession of ISO shares of
sto k In the Oceanic Gas nnd Hlertrlc
Company of the par value of J3000.
The worklngman needs and must
have well-made shoes. No other kind
will answer his purpose. We have
special values In worklntjmen's shoes
shoes no. to be found in every store,
these shoes are made well and upon
casy.flttlng lasts, for comfort. PRICES
from 1.50 to $3 00
fjri if !, mut&.
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