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people In their homes and
gives them news as to prices
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Vox,. XT. No. 1032.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3 1001.
Pkiok f Oknth.
Jr. ir il
II ' .
HE IS HERE TO WORK
JUDGE LITTLE OF HILO
HAS FORTY CASES TO TRY
Those inv Which Judge Gear is Dis
qualifiedHe f Make3 Long
Houra for His Court
Judge Ollbert F. Little of the Fourth
Circuit appeared at tub Judiciary
building this morning, under assign
ment to try cases of tho First Circuit
wherein Judge Gear Is disqualified. He
has been assigned the use of Justice
Gnlhralth's chamber and the main
courtroom. Judge Little says he Is
here to try cases and nis hours for
holding comt will he from 9 to 12 a,
m.. 1:30 to R p. m. and '7:30 till mid
night If occasion requires. Tho case
nsslgned to Judge Llttlo are tho fol
lowing and attorneys who were not
present when he called the calendar
this morning are "expected to attenj to
S. Aluinl s. Annie Waller ct al., J.
P. Mcndoncn vs. Geo. Markhnm, Rosa
nioml Naylor vs. Orpheum Co., Muco
Ronvlllo.' vs. Orpheum Co., Honolulu
Investment Co. vs. M. Koll Unauna,
Okl and Ok I Co. s. Wilson & White
house et al.. J. L. Hdwland vs. Byron O.
Clark. Eugene Avery vs. Hawaiian Ga
rotte Co.. Eugene Avery vs. W. C. King,
Henry Zerbe s. Honolulu Tobacco Co.,
K. O. Hall & Son s. Palawat Valley
and tlplind Development Association,'
David Dayton, guardian, vs. Helen A.
Roland et a!., Honolulu Investment Co.
vh. Helen K. Roland et als., John Cook
vs. K. Colt Hobron, Hawalln Vrust
Co. vs. Denton. John Locfflcr vs. Pala
ma Cooperative Grocery Co., T. W. Ho
bron vs. Chas. I. Helm, Ropert vs. Ka
nal. H. H. F. Wolter vs. F. H. Red
ward. G. F. Clou vela vs, T. R. Watkcr
et alH., trustees, Rita C. Tewksbury
mi. Irving Q. Tewksbury.
Agencies do Not ArrIsi.
Tho officer who has' been given
charge of the matter of looking up
stolen or otherwise mining bicycles,
i nmplalns that tho various agencies
fiom which the bicycles In question
wore originally purchased, aro not kit
Ing him any help In tho matter of
finding out from their books the In
formation that he so much wishes in
order to bring up with a round turn
some of the thieves that have been
operating in tho city of late. Ho Is do.
Jug all ho can along tho line of recov
lng missing bicycles and feels that
the agencies should lend him a helping
hand. During tho past two or three
days, several bicycles havo been re
covered and positive proof has been se
cured of the sale of one of them for
AFTER HAPD CHARACTERS.
The two men who havo been under
suspicion by the pollto for some time
past and who wero arrested not long
ngo on the chargo of vagrancy, will
very probably bo arrosted again till )
nltcrnnon or tonight. Yesterday they
weie In attendance at tho baseball
gamo at Kaplolanl Park and then;
attempted to sell sorao watches ,ind
other Jewolry, their old time way of
making n living. A apodal polite .f
titer has been given his orileis and is
now on the trail of the men. It Is
mispectcil that they are the ones who
hao been, doing soma of the bleycio
Kteang In this city.
Vacation Is Over.
Captain Robert Walpa Parker,scri
lor captain of tho police, returned to
his pobt at tho police station yestn--day
after a very pleasant vacation
Hpent on the other Mile of 'his Inl
and. Captain Parker comes back to
hln work very much Improved In
health and ready for active wink
Ynunf Ch'ld Die.
Francis Augustlno, the month-old In
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hoi
llngei, died at their homo In Kaplo
lanl park on Sunday,
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 sen the excavation on
Wilder avenue opposite 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.
McCleJIan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
The result of a consultation had by
Captain Rerger with Governor .Dole
this afternoon Is tnat tnc band goes
to Kauai. It will Jeave In tne steamer
Mlknhaln ut " o'clock Thursday After
At 2:45 CnpL Merger telephoned the
llulletln office' Hint Goernor Dole had
chanced his mind arid the band would
not go to Kauai till the olh of Novem
MERRILL, IN TOWN.
L. W. Merrill, the collector who le.
Honolulu some months ago on n day
when there were many clouds In the
sky, In back again in town. When he
came, no one knows. That ho did
come. Is an undisputed fait It Is said
tliut his Intention Is to declare himself
u bankrupt. It might be snld, in pass
ing, that there Is n warrant still at tho
pallio station for Merrill.
Inquiry of Tax Assessor J, W. Pratt
thin morning elicited the lmormatlon
that the Tax Appeal Couit has not
el rendered a single Juugment.
ASYLUM CRUSHER FAR
FROM LIGHT MATTER
The Executive Council Talks 'it Over
Honokaa Has Liquor Dealer's
License Honolulu Land
Governor Dole held the -Pxocutlve
council In school until a fow minutes
to 1 o'clock. During the nearly thre
hours of session two minor matters of
business were disposed of and the Asy
lum stoue crusher question discussed
without conclusion. ,
Macfarlane & Co. were granted
liquor dealer's llcenso for Honokaa,
iAn cxchange of land between the
government uml John V. Bowler was
recommended;. the' former taking a
slice, for, the .widening of Richards,
street in exchange for a lot on South
Regarding the contr6versy between
the Hoard of Health .'and the Superin
tendent of Public WorkB, the latter
was asked after the meeting how th
sentiment of the touncll was. Mr.
"Well, the matter will be fully In
vestigated. It will not bp'Bettled per
emptorily by the dictum of the Hoard
of Health. The things lnoiveil nro
too serious to be disposed of summar
"It would cost $100,000 to move the
Atyliun and $50,000 to move the
crushing plant, besides In the latter
lase abandoning the quarry with al,
its Hlunlilo material for road mak
ing." TO COERCEJHE BEAR
London. Aug. 23.. "Appnrontlv
them Is a movement on foot on tho
part of Great llrltaln, Japan and tho
United States." says a despatch to
lhn Morning Post, from Chee-Foo, dat
ed yesterday, "to lorco ItUHsIn to
evacuate Nln Chwang."
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FEED 16 SHORT.
Information from Walluku Is to tho
effect that tho teed supply is ex
hausted . IVopiIetors of various st,v
hies threaten to turn out the homes
and close up,
Thu Ulsmarck Stables belonging to
tho lato Wm. Goodness, will bo sold
out soma tlmo this week.
It looks bad for the Maul stable
ke.epCrs If tho strjko nt Snn Francjseo
MORB MARTIAL LAW.
CAPIS TOWN. Aug. 23, A flesh
older pioclalmlng martial law has
Lcen Issued providing for the closln,;
of all the country stores In tlw
QueensMwn dlotrltt, requiring that
all goods llkelyi to bo useful to' the
enemy shall bo 'taken to certain spev.
lfled towns. ntyl forbidding country
reslilenta to have In their possession
more than a week's provisions.
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Yokohama, Aug. 23. Tho MaiquU
to has abandoned his proposed Amer
ican tour, during tho course of which
lio would have received thu rtygrocvpf
LL. D. from Valo.
Theie was a robbery nt the Stangen
vjahl building T;W Merchunt street latt
night. Room MS on the upper floor
was entcri.il, the till tapred and $20
taken out. Lewers & Cooke's office on
the lower Moor was nlso entered but
the thief got only seventy-flvo rents.
Iloints .!, f'inft we.it flslilm; jpsfr
t'a at l'i ti'- . tho Annex nt Wal
klkl nid usd nn oidlnsrv lud and
reel with sin Imps as Inlt, Hi captuied
eighteen kukupoopoj in a plioit time
The fish wero nil over a foot In length
Tho Mnunn Loa nrlved today fnm
Konu poits. She reports very rough
weather along the Koim coast. The
Volcano Is btill smoking hard but glV'
nig no uew signs of activity.
WHERE MAIDENS CALL
TO PASSERS BY AT NIGHT
And Pimps Beat Into Insensibility
Those Who Refuse to Respond
to Siren's Enticing
lullel still exists ulthnugh Iwilcl by
a mandate of tho court has been
nhdllshed nlid Is absolutely tabu. Last were pttt'aboatd the train nt the rail
nitht, n Japanese nearly had the life ruid nhaif, and, but for th careful
beaten out of him because he refused handling of the plantation agents there
to listen to the cutlctng call of a mnld-rwould hae been a genernl strike right
en who wished him to enter her room, there. When the people were taken
This kind of thing has been going on off thu steamer they wnc met at the
wver since the corral was closed some wharf by eountrjmen anil women, lh
months ago and the police uae been Utter from Inllcl, who started In to
Keeping a sharp lookout for the olTend- try and get the m,i .irr'.alu to desert,
eib. I'p to tho present time, theie has These people frti.n Ioah Bwarmed
been no suivess In the niatter of ar- amuuK1 the ne comers, trying their
icsts. j jlbfst to foment illxcnnt'iit. All of a
Tho Japanese beaten last night, call- sudden 'some out- ilWrowrcd that tht
ed at the police stntton this foicuoon plantershvere not ltlng up' to their
rdiI told the following story! contracts. In Ibet t" shining gob'
' "1 whs walking along near the site rhe dollar pleie, uhkh they had been
of the old corral between V mid Irt
oVlock last night. I had been working
bard all day and was taking a short
walk before going to. bed. I li.i : nr-
rlted at a house near1 by vV'ii I
heard someone call to mc. Not know,
log what It all meant, I atopput for a
shtrt time, and was about to go on
wuen i saw a woman in tne door ot a
hoi.se close to the road.
"When she saw hat I had spied her,
His railed out to me to enter her room.
I refused and ald that I was Jusi out
for a walk and was not looking for the
society of ladles at that time. I .Uirt-
ed on again and the woman called after
me once more. I tumed ungrlly l.nd
tulu her that I had no taste for such
deings, I was going on for a walk and
wtiuld then proceed to my home.
'"I had 'Walked hut n very few Iteps that as It whh Sunday and the banks
when I saw a crowd of Japineso pimps were not open they would hae to glvo
approaching me. I was then In un al- up the Idea of the gold piece, and b
lejwny and could not get away. I tile content with an order on the plantu
to escape bb I saw that their attlU'do tlon offices for the money. They were
wat menacing, but It was Impossible, satisfied with this arrangement ami all
In an Incredibly short time, I was sur- departed,
rounded. The- :nn' asked mi If 1 !.1 Kwa got M lahoreis and Oahu !lfi.
not Intend to" iep-nd to tba call ol
the wownmu'nd Inild no. Tiar-imin.
1 'was beset by Heven or eight men who
heat me until I was ssnseles. I wal
then left to mv o-wi deUicj and. nftir
I had recovered enough to walk norm1,
I got uii and proceeded on my way."
(NATTERS AT CHAMBERS.
Judge Cear has signed nn order ap
pointing Mir la Kaawa guardian of her
minor ihlldren. George and Robert.
The sum ot $.147.80 In the Hank of Ha
waii nnd the Hoard of Health Is or- decorated for the occasion. Refresh,
ilerml to be collected by the clerk, out ments were served cm the lawn. The
of which Is to he paid "25 for attorney's elite of Llhue were present ut the de
fee to S. K. Kane and $17 costs of llghtrul function, Hnv. Mr. Hyde Is u
court. ' nephew of Mother Rice.
Wilson K. Azblll has been appointed On Friday night laet. Miss KtUi Wil
administrator of tho estate of tho late cox gave u card party in honor of a
( lurles Hoesch and gnat dlan of his
mlnoi children, whose mother Is also
Mike and Chailty at tho Pantheon
also cold whisky.
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Gorman Holds His Lead
JACKSON . . .
WILLIAMS . .. .
DVTTbnO t si t.
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SCATTERING .. .'
Ill addition to the coupons to be cut
from tho tltst page of the llulletln.
new subscribers me to be given re
ceipts with coupons, attached, entitling
them to votes us 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 aro detachable, nnd
must bo torn from tho subscription re
ceipts and deposited In tho ballot box
the same as the first page coupons. It
will bo seen that for $?, the subscrip
tion piico of tho Hvenlng llulletln for
one year, 750 votes nro allowed to n
now subscriber, wherens the same
nmount of money would buy only I'll)
votes If spent for slnglo copies nf tho
llulletln on the street. The sum of it
PORTO RICANS MADE ROW
(UN THE RAILROAD WHARF
Demanded Coin and Were Given
OroW-Gilman and Dufsen-
Thoro'Wa's trouble with the Porto HI.
can laborers on Sunday .when tb&r
lead to liellexe v.orlil ue picsencttd to
them on IcaUng Hie f learner, wiA not
This stalled n liovsl whlrh was
lengthy uml loud. The newcomers left
the train and absolutely refused to
travel uutll the men In chargo pungled
up. Joe Gllrnxn of Castlo A Cooke, and
waiiei uuisenufrg oi m. iiacKieui k
Co., who; had charge of the shipping of
the Immigrants to Bwn and Oahu wero
In a quandui). Them were lt5 labor
rs all demanding "clnto pesos" each,
Dulsenherg and Gllman got together
but all th;y inuli' raise between them
was 6,S0 and u Ix'ir rlu-ek. They were
shy the lesC of the INI. needed to np
pease the Porto llltans. Finally
through the Menkes of an Interpreter
the laborers were made to understand
The steamer City of Para will be here
early next week with several hundred
more and the Colon wilt return about
the end of the month with another
For groceries ring up Illue 911.
ON KAUAI I8LAND.
On the evening of August 27, Mrs.
W. H. Hlce gave a reception In Llhuc,
Kniial, In honor of Rev. mid Mrs. Hyde
of Texas. The house was beautifully
number of her friends. The occasion
wns most delightful.
The engagement of .Miss Dean Noffft.
nurse at the Llhue hospital, to Mr.
llrusli, civil engineer ut Llhue, Is oil-
will buy eighty votes if spent tor
eighty slnglo copies of the llulletln
with the newsboys or at the business
office. This amount of money, If ex
changed for a receipt for a six months'
subscription to the llulletln, will se
cure 3C0 otcs. One dollar for one
year's .subscription to tho weekly edi
tion entitles the subscrmer to 100
Tho prlzo ohorod by the llulletln Is
on exhibition in tho window of II. K.
Wlehman. 517 Fort street, and will bo
ptesciited to tho player receiving tno
gr"ntest numi)4r of votos at the close
or tho contest Oct. 15.
Votes deposited at this olllcn will
bo Inc lulled among tho scattering until
tho contestant has rutelvcd n total of
JO. From that tlmo tha names will b"
The Mnnklchl habeas corpus cau
was ict for bearing In the United
States Dlstilct Court at 2 oelotk thU
afternoon. The subject was release!
on habeas corpus by Judge Gear In
tho Territorial Circuit Court, as oiuj
suffering Imprisonment under pro
cecdlngs at varlanco with the United
Slates Constitution. He was after
ward arrested and Is held a prison
or under tho mittimus to declared
unlawful by Judge Oear, but hi-ld not
unlawful by a majority decision or
the Territorial Supreme Court In t!m
Should JUUge ksiuu tauu junsutur
tlon of the writ tho whole nxr t
question will be placed on thu nig
road jto a decision by the Supren -Coutt
Tim admiralty caao of Inter-IsK'.iiir
Steam Navigation Co. ts. schoor.-1
Dora llluhni has been continued until
thu lilth Inst.
WORK AT SPRECKELSVILLE
IS SLIGHTLY DELAYED
Hawaiians From Iron Works Listen
to Disgruntled Japanese-Laborer
Killed by Fall From
Walluku, Sept. 2. One of the Ja
panese laborers working on the uew
mill of the Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Company fell from tho roof one
day last week and was killed Instant
This sad event so enraged tho rest
of tho Japanese that they went on a
strike and demanded an Increase of
,.ay as they considered their present
t'tiy not commensurato with the char
acter of ihc work they are required to
lo. Climbing on the Iron roofs of the
uhw mill required men with Iron nerve
and the Japanese came to the ronclu
c'ou tint nn extra pair of nerves was
in th something.
The cunning Japanese In order to
turn use the efficiency of their strike
went around and enlisted the sympa
thy ot the young Hawaiian mechanics
int up hcie some time ago by the Ho
nolulu lion Works, and the conse
quence was thirty-four of tho young
natives wif r so captivated by the sympathetic-
appeal that they too Joined in
the strike nnd asked for .111 Increase
of $2 per week.
The management of tho plantation
would not agree to tho proposed in
crease, and the result was thirty-four
nf the native boys returned to Honolu
lu by the steamer Claudlno last Satur
day afternoon and six more will fol
low them on the Mauna Loa.
It Is generally regretted over hero
that the misguided ouug, Hawaiian
were so easily led by tho shrewd Ja
panese, who conceived a plan for get
ting better wages If the young Hawa
iians would return to Honolulu nnd
leave the field to them. The work
ot the native boys wna quite satisfac
tory hut thedr sudden leave, asithough
homesick already, was a great sur
prise to the management, A short
wlillc longer would havo completed
Notice Is given under New Today
that thn meeting ot the Ingles called
for' September 4th Is postponed.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for lhc up
wards. Try them. Phone blu 621.
Packages shipped to
nil paits of tho United
States and Huropc. '
OMlce, 1017 Ilethel St..
opposite Honolulu Market.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
. 1057 Port Street.
Come and try a pair of our "Highland Calf" $3.00.
LARGE CARGO OF SUPPLIES
COMES ON HARK OLYMPIC
Three. Green Boys and Two Mates
I, 'Make up Crew Stockmen
Help Out on
After a fair passage of 1". days the
big fuur-mastcd bark Olympic, Captain
Ulbhs, al rived this morning with a lull
targo of gneial., supplies which will
Hi catty relieve tfursfarclty which has
been making Itself felt for several itayjc,
I'he vessel has many thousand bags of
llour and provisions of nil kinds. Hay
and grain nro also aboard In goodly
quantities and four carloads of bier.
ll of her caigo was sold long before
me arrived and the work of disrnaig
og her has already begun so that her
oods will find their wa io tho con
sumer right away.
Had the vessel not arrived there
would have been a good deal of incon
venience felt by housewives and others
who have tn look out for tho feeding
of people and animals. The Olympic
comes ns n relief expedition to a be
leaguered city to glvo succor and help
to the besieged nnd her arrival was
Captain Ulbbs reports that the strike
situation ns portrncd by the San Fran
cisco papers is not as well clone ns
might ne. He says that while the Ves
sel wns loading the stevedores had to
be protected by guards armed with
rifles, nnd that the laborers were kept
aboard during the night to save them
from being mobbed. Assaults were
very frequent and broken beads were
common while the vessel was In port.
When nsked about Ills crew, the cap
tain pointed aloft to where thn first
and second mates were furling the
calls. They were the only men on the
si. p who could work aloft. In leaving
Sau Francisco the vessel's crew con
sIMed of thu mates, three green boys
and tho cook. When It came time to
make sail the second mate loosened
all the sails. Captain nrbbs stood an
eit,ht hour watch at the wheel the first
day out nnd after three or four days the
l.oyi were gut mi that they could take
their trick at the tiller. Luckily, the
finest kind of weather prevailed and all '
lin.1 n good time. There were four
stockmen aboard to look after the large
cleckload of animals and when there
was need for extra help they lent a
hand to haul on the ropes, t The masts
all looked alike to the crew of three
nn.l tho stockmen, and they were railed ,
the flrst post, tho second post, .he third '
post nnd the last post. The ariU
wen dubbed beams, notulthstand
Inr t Ii is t the captain nnd mates were
the only ones aboard who knew one
end of the ship from the omer or tho
anchor from the binnacle the vessel got
abng very well. Sho sighted tho Isl
and yesterday nnd tills morning early
was picked up by tho Fearless nnd
bii'iighl Into port. Her Hvo stock enmc
down In fiuo condition, not one of thn
M7 horses or W8 hogs died on lne way,
The i-nsci of Clilda Mnnzubuio. the
Inpamw charged with minder In th
first degree, and who was relensil
Saturday by Judge Gear on miothur
vvilt of habeas corpus, appeared In th'i
Police Couit this for-noon. but It was
not on the charge of murder in the
first degree.' Chlda was charged with
being accessory to murder and lh-i
case was continued to the Gth Inst.
It Is supposed that tho charge wits
changed in order that tho Police D
partment might bo able to hold thn
The case of George Wade, charged
wlih murder In the first' degree, nls-
ramo up, and was continued tn thn
Carlos A. f.on'g, who lately luturned
from college nnd joined the Territorial
bar, was this morning admitted by
Judge llutcv to practice In the Federal
Couit The debutant Is a Honolulu
The worklngman needs and must
have well-made shoes. No other kind
will answer his purpose. We have
special values In workwomen's shoes
shors no. to be found in every store.
These shoes are rrade well and upon
casy-fittlng-lasts, for comfort. PRICES
from 1.50 to $3.00
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