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Vol. XI. No. 1033.
HONOLULU. TKRR1TOBY, 6F HiJAII. W&NKSPAY. SEPTEMBKIl 4 1901
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MAY HAVE TO UNDEM1?
OPERATION IN CHICAGO
Now in Hospital-Illness Said to be
Serious Had Malarial
Fever While in the
Chicago, Aug. 25. Judge Abrara S.
llumphrcja 'of itawnll Is lylti; ln,iv
'Chicago hospital la a critical condition.
Mle-wasn-roirie"to Hawnll from'Wash
Ington, where he had mado aniwer to
charges against him, when taken tick.
The strain of several months of worry
caused a breakdown in his health and
makes an operation, which may provo
fatal, necessary. It will be performed
some time this week.
Judge Humphreys first gained prom
Inence from his 'participation In Re
publican politics In Mississippi. Six
years ago he went to Hawaii and at
once took part In the revolution which
finally resulted In the formation of the
l'epubllc. Hn Is 3." years of age.
A gentleman who saw Judge Humph
reys when passing through Chicago
some weeks ago stated that the judge
then appeared to be a ,slck man. He
had a severe siege of malarial Xever
while In the South and was very slow
In recovering. The Judge stated pre
vious to his depaitufe from Honolulu
that he might bo forced to undergo an
operation similar to that performed
In San Francisco some two years ago,
1.000 Mi CU1
J. J. Dunne has received Instruction!
from Attorney General Knox regarding
niH submission of the 1000 aero hold
Inn prohibition clause BKnlnat rnrnnr
atlons In the Organic Act and other
Mr. Dunne said this afternoon;
"The Attorney General puts the en
tire matter In my control and at my
discretion to Intervene, or not just as
1 think proper." '
Territory Stable p..
John 8. Andradu has brought an
equity suit for injunction against (I.
Schuman and Territory Stables Co.
His petition says that of the capital
stock of the defendant company,
amounting to $30,000 In 1,600 shares,
ho was tho owner oil March 20. 1901.
of 235 shares and Schuman of 513, all
paid up. At that data Schuman and
he formed a co-partnership to hold
the aggregate amount of their shares
mention, their Interests In the co
partnership to lie In proportion to their
shares respectively. The shares were
to stand on the books of the company
In their respective owners' names and
they were to vote each his own mini
ber of shares at meetings of tho corn
pany. but that neither should vote In
a manner detrimental to each other.
Tho co-partnership was lor two eur.
during which Schuman was to exert
all his Influence to maintain Andraclr'
as malinger of tho company.
Andrade Is now Informed, ttiat Scliu
man is about to secure control of a
majority of the companys stock foi
tne purpose of olertlng a new board of
directors, who shall be under his crn
trol and at his dictation remove pti
tloner from his position as manager
of the corporation.
Tho petitioner claims that the acta
of Schuman and the Territory Stables
Co. are Imminent and would work Ir
reparable Injury to him, and prays for
an Injunction to restrain Schunmn
from disposing of his 515 shares, and
tho company from transferring on Its
books anv of the shares standing In
A pole 165 feet high has been put
up at Kakaako from tho top of whleh
a picture of the- Iron works will be
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
Trol ley Cars
They are out for a trial every day or
two now, and In a few daya will
run every 20 minutes to
Have you seen the excavation 07
Wilder avenue opposite Alexande
streetr The -foundations, are no
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.
McClellan, Pond & Co. "
or Castle & Lansdale
KNOX IN WASHINGTON
' Washington, Aug. 27. Attor-
f ney General Knox m returned to
the city, presumably to take, UP.
among other thing; the chimes
which have been preferred) against f
f. Judge Humphreys of Ifpfoluiu.
GETS ON A COMMITTEE TO
BLOCK DOLE lESOLUIION
Whit Happened rt'ng ofHome
Rulers Slist Nighf-Says
He Is In No
There was an Intc'restlnc meettnu
of tho executive committee of tho In
dependent Home Itule party In head
quarters last night for tho purpose of
considering various matters of busi
ness. The most Important thing that
appeared on the program was tho
presentation of a resolution by Mr.
Kanakantil, calling upon Washington
for the removal of Oovernor Dole and
the, substitution of, another In IiIk
Kanakanul seems alone in stirring
up 'this little hornets' nest. It was
thought by the moro conservative men
of the native party that this matter
had been settled for all time, for when
It was brought up in a, similar meet
ing some tlmo ago It was sat down
on and was not allowed to come up
again. How It creeped in last night
Is a mystery.
The resolution, sets forth the pur
ported shortcomings of the present
Governor In unmistakable terms and
ends up with tho petition for rcnmVHl.
James K. Kaulla was In tho chair, and
ho at once suggested that a committee
be appointed for tho consideration of
the resolution and Its proper presents
tlon beforo tho party as a whole. Tnlr
was agreed to and Mr. Kaulla suggest
ed that he be made the chairman of
the committee. There was no objec
tion to this and Mr. Kaulla at once
appointed himself to the place. An
chairman of tho committee he has the
picking of the committee When seen
today about tho matter, Mr. Kaulla
said he was In no hurry to appoint the
other members X)f the committee. u(
fact, he did 'not believe In allowing
such trash to get to Washington.
President McKlnley had appointed
Governor Dole and he would remove
him when he should see fit It was
no part of people hero to be Intcrfcr
Ing in any way with the functions of
the' President or tho United States.
It Is learned on good authority that
Mr. Kaulla appointed himself chair
man of the committee at the meeting
last night In order to pigeonhole the
At the meeting Mr. Kaulla stated
that he would soon present his resig
nation as the vice president of tho
Home Hule executive committee. Mr.
Kalauokalanl Is tho chairman.
C. S. Desky haa sent word from San
Francisco that he had bought nnd ship
ped a murine searchlight for I'acifla
HelKhtB. It Is for tne purposo of show.
Ing tho scenery by night. Tim ln
Rtnunent Is of 3000 candlo power and Is
expected to exploit tho view from Pa
cific Heights as far ns Pearl Harbor.
FABBWEIX GERARDY CONCERT,
The second and last Gcrardy concert
will bo given tomorrow evening at the
Opcru House in response to numerous
requests for a second recital. This
will betho last opportunity of hearing
the virtuoso. The program will be en
tirely changed. Seats are now on sale
at Wall, Nichols nnd there seems every
Indication of there being fully as largo
an audience present as on the other
Late Sugar Report.
New York, Aug. 28. Sugar '"Haw,
quiet; fair refining, 37c; centrifugal,
0(1 -lest, 4o; molasses sugar, S G-32c,
lleflucd quiet; crushed, C.76c; powder
ed, 5.35c; granulated, O.-jc.
Mr. I.arnaeh of Whitman & Co.
has laid in a complaint at tho pollc-i.
station to tho effect that someone In
tho neighborhood of his placo up Nun
anu valley has for the past few night
been In tho habit of firing twelve
shotB from a revolver lato at night.
Tne bullets have struck all around his
promises and he Is not at all pleased
with tho situation. Tho Di .ty Shor
iff will send up a patrolman this even
ing te find out If possible where the
snots cotuo from. Probably they will
not be flred tonight on account ol
the Btory having gotten abroid.
The Fire Claims Commission resum
ed hearing of Japanese claims thlt
morning. Holmes & Stanley filed n
new claim for a Chinese merchant
nmountlug to $20,000.
Judgo Gsteo today signed tho decree
In tho admiralty ease, of Meljrny vs
bark C. D. llryant, dismissing tho lloel
In acenrdanco with previous Judg
ment rendered oially.
The llbei suit of Kugenn Avery vh
Hawaiian Gazette Co. en mo up for
trial boforo Judgo I.lttlo this aftor-noon.
The customs force In Honolulu 1ia'1cen Increased by the nddl-
tlon of thirteen new men. and the salaries of several officials have
been mntertalty Increased. This n ms -nme by tho Gaelic's mall
this morning amlwas In answer to recommendations mude to the
Treasury Department by CollecW Starsible on July 3T of this year.
The following changes have b en ordered:
Two extra day nnd two night Inspectors, at tho regular salaries.
.-,,.. Qne addition.! examiner at $2 00 ifr' annum.
t-'t ,bn$VlerK fcj,iisslst in the llqul latlnft department at u n'nlnry of
P $1400 per annum. Tills to be IncreascU'kt the end of six months' sat-
Isfnctory service to flfiOO a year. ' '
Ono nddlttonal clerk to appra ser at a salary of $1200 per year.
Two samplers and verifiers at $90OJpeR year.
Three laborers at $480 a year. 9 4
The position of outside deputy collector has been abollshM ,ind
an Inspector In charge at a salarj of $4 a day placed at the head of
the outside force. M. J. Scallon, one of the most popular and capa-
bio of the outside force of officers, has jjeen appointed to the ( meted
a The salaries of John W. Short ant(iA. M. Now ell line been Inc
.rensed to $1800 and $1800 a year respectively and by January 1.
1902, If these officers have masters! thoroughly the matter of l.'qul-
dating entries and continue to give the satisfaction they have In the
paBt. their pay will be further ln;reaved 'to $2000 nnd $1800 respe:-
thely. . y?
The salary of J. K. Ilnmn, Jr. enjlfy clerk, has been Increased
from $1500 to $1800 and the name InertW made In "the salary of It.
I.. Darnes. bond clerk. St .
The position of chief examiner, which Is now vacant, has had the
salary of $2400 a year fixed. ( t
F. L. tierlnger, examiner, has b'etu Increased to $1600 from $1200
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Viincemer, II. ft. Aug. 27. David
Heasley, United Stntes Immigration
Commissioner nt this port, today re
ceived official advices from Washington
that the Japanese Government Intend
ed shortly to authorize a new system of
wholesale Immigration to Hawaii nnj
the United Stntes. A few days ago the
Japanese Minister at Washington. Ko-
guro Tnkahlra, called upon the officials
of the Immigration Ilureau in.l In
form them that the Japanese Govern
ment Intended at once to clnngo Its
recent policy of restricting emigration
from the land of the Mikado. It U
proposed Immediately to allow a large
number to leave as laborers en the n
gar plantdtluns In Hawaii and later (or
the United States.
The Japanese Minister was Informed
nt Washington that no contract sys
tem could bo put Into force, but that
good Immigrants from Japan, would be
allowed In the States the same as from
rtov. V. H. Kltcat has pctltlonol
Judge eGar for a guardian to iMrs.
Harry Hell, an Insane person In"
asylum, to look nftor her property.
Judgn l.lttle said In court thin
morning he would allow no whlsperlm;
aloud In the court room, which ho
wanted kept as quiet as a church,
John Medelros, the boy that Ml
from a street car at Walklkl on lJibn
Day and was thought to be fatally
Injured. Is now out of danger nnd Is
on the high road to recovery.
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GORMAN, . . . . ;
LOUIS .. .
RICHARDSON , '
In addition to the coupons to be cui
from tho first page of the Uulletln,
now subscribers aro to lie given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follows: j
One month 40 votes -r
Three months 150 votes,
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
These coupons are detachable and
must be torn from tho subscription rc-
eclpts nnd deposited In tho ballot box
tho same as tho first pngo coupons. It
will bo seen that for $S, tho subscrip
tion pilco of tho Evening Uulletln for
one year, 7C0 votes nro allowed to n
new subscriber, wherens the snrao'
nmount of inonoy vould buy only li0
otcs If spent for single copies of tho
Uulletln on tho street. The sum of t
.lPV ' A. WT
Deputy Attorney General Cathcart
resumed his argument In tho Manktchl
habeas corpus case before Judge Kstee
In .the United States District Court
this morning, after a few minutes had
been taken.for a ruling by the court In
an admiralty case.
"t started In yesterday afternoon,"
Mr.(, Cathcart opened, "to argue that
this court should not take Jurisdiction.
Theproposltlon that I make It that
theltSupreme Court of the United
States has laid down a rule of law,
which Is that the Federal courts will
not review Judgments of State courts
lu-cilmlual matters through writs of
hubesa corpus, but that the proper
remedy, when It Is claimed that some
right has been denied Is by writ of
Mr. Cathcart proceeded to ask the
pardon of the court 'If he quoted an
thorltlcs upon which It was already
well Informed, as he had looked up a
great many In the endeavor to present
a complete argument.
At noon .Mr. Cathcart had only Hn
Ished talking on Jurisdiction. This
afternoon he goos nto the general con
stitutional questions Involved.
A drunken sailor who fell off the
Navy wharf last evening wns saved
from drowning by the crew of the II,
U S. Iroquois,
Another patient inoculated with yel
low fever serum has died from the bite
of nu Infected Hawina mosquito.
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MAKES A HIT
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will buy olghty votes If spent for
eighty single copies of the Uulletln
with the newsboys or at tho business
office. This amount of money, If ex
changed for a receipt for a six months'
subscription to tho Uulletln, will se
cure 350 votes. Ono dollar for one
year's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles the subscrluer to 100
Tho prbo oltcrcd by tho Uulletln Is
on exhibition In tho window ot II.
( Wclimnn. 517 Fort street, and wlh bo
piesented to thn playor receiving tho
greatest niimner of votes at tho closo
of tho contest Oct. JB.
Votes deposited at this nfflco will
l,o Included among Ilia scattering until
tho contestant has received n totnl or
10. From that tlmo tho names will b
THAT BRIEF RECEIVED
Washington, Aug. 20. Tho for-
4- mat charges preferred by mem-
hers of the Honolulu bar against 4-4-
Judge Humphreys, who Is In this
4- country, were received at the De-
partment of Justice today and for- 4-
f warded at once to Attorney Gen- t
4- eral Knox at Pittsburg. 4
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SCORES SUPREME COURT
ON THE INSULAR CASES
Notable Speech Before American Bar
Association His Words
Denver, Col., Aug. 22. Something of
a sensation was occasioned at today'
session or tne American Hnr Assocl.t
tlon by the address of Congressman
Charles U. Mttlcncld of Maine on
"Tho Insular Cases." Mr. Uttleficld's
address drew forth Joud and long-coa
tinned applauso and a motion was
made to tender him a Mite of thanks
for IT, but itt was declared out of or
der by the president on thy ground
Uin( tho speaker Is a member of th'i
The view ,of tho mover, however,
was not unlvorsal with the members,
for Just before recess was taken
Adolph Moses of Chicago made n
vigorous protest against what hn
characterized as "an unwarranted at
tack on, the Supreme Court "" of the
United States." Ills remarks wen
cut short by a point of order, but htn
words wcro greeted with applause, lu
which a considerable number of ths
Taking up the first case, known is
Do Lima versus Illdwell, stating tho
opinion of every member of the Su
preme, Court on the same, tho speaker
said Justice Drown did not announce
the conclusion and Judgment of tho
Court, affirming tho Judgment of tho
court below, but rendering one of his
own. Kcfcrrlng to tho opinions of
Justices White, Shlrns and McKcnnn,
In tho same case, the scliker said:
Technically speaking, thero Is r.o
opinion of tho Court to nuataln
Mr. Mttlotlcld considered the nthi r
cases which had been passed upon,
and said, In tho unsettled condition
of the Court, U was hardly worth whllo
to speculate as to the result of those
casc Ms conclusion as to Porto HI
co'a status Is, briefly: "So far aa
tho operation of the Constitution wns
concerned, this Territory was, to all
legal Intents and purposes, a part ot
tho United States. It matters not bow
the Constitution reached tho Terri
tory, bo far as this case was concern
ed, so long as It wns there."
Llttlcfleld next discussed the Thir
teenth Amendment to tho Constitution
as it has been construed by the Su
promo Court In Porto Itlco nnd tho
Philippines. Ho quoted the amend
ment and gave a history of the ense
Then he said, referring to slavery as
It existed In tno United Statos: "The
negro cannot bo driven out of t'io
South. Hit Ih vastly the superior ol
the Filipino physically, nud until the
Philippines produce n Fred. Doug'.iss
or a Hooker T. Washington, he has
nothing to fear In an Intellectual ci.m
parlson." Honolulu Photo Supply Co. for ko
'daks, tllpis, paper, etc.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city ror 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
PackaKcs shipped to
all parts or tho United
Suites and Hurope.
Office, 1017 llethcl St..
opposite Honolulu MnrlieL
From a bushel
The Distiller Gets 4 gallons of Whit
key, which Retails for $16. The Gov
eminent Gets 4i the Farmer Who
Raised the Corn Gets 50c (sometimes);
the Railroad Gets 20c; the Manufac
turer Gets 4; the Retailer Gets $7;
the Bartender Gets a Rake off and
the Consumer Gets
But Drunk or Not Drunk, Buy Your
Footwear of Us and Save Money.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
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GEORGE WADE RELEASED
ONLY TO BE REARRESTED
Charged With Attempted to Murder
Harry Evans When Arresting
Him For Killing Gillespie
George Wade, the mulatto -who shot
OllllsnlP.a fellow steward, onboard the
steamer Australia an" she was leaving
port ocr two years ago, was released
on habeas corpus by Judge Gear this
morning for a second time, A he
reached the front entranco of the Ju
diciary building. Wade was rearrested
by Officer Sea, the same as had pro
duced his body lu court, under a war
rant charging him with attempt to
murder sworn o by Henry Evans,
farmer harbor police captain. u
The proceedings In court did not last
moro than flvo minutes. Deputy At
torney General Cathcart admitted that
tho facts were the same as In the for
mer case, when Wade was discharged
from custody on August 20, and read a
tew words of law. Nothing was said
by l.orrln Andrews, counsel for the
prisoner, nnd Judge Gear promptly an
nounced to Wade that being illegally
Imprisoned he was now discharged.
When Wade was previously dis
charged he was rcarested to' be held
for Indictment by d grand Jury. No
grand' Jury waB summoned nnd In tho
meantime an appeal taken by the At
torney General to the Sr.prcmo Court
In a similar case of conviction without
Indictment by a grand Jury was decided
In favor of tho Attorney General's
claim that tho Constitution of the
United States, In that particular regard
at least, was not In force here until
the Inauguration of the Territory of
Hawaii. Following that decision the
Attorney General's department held all
prisoners of this class, then in Its
hands, by vlrture of the mlttlmiisea
that had been held Illegal by the Cir
Wade, on his arraignment In 1839.
pleaded guilty to murder In tho second
degree and was sentenced to life lm-
nplinnmnnl 1 i nnnilitAentlnn r9 ttilu
'fuctfttfea, Government did not prosecute
tno charge or attempting to murper
Kvans, nt whom he had fired wlfwi his
arrest wns being made aboard the
In court this morning Wade wan
dressed In a spick nnd span suit of
light material and was as chirpy as a
canary. There wag not looking? a
better fed or better groomed man In the
court room, not even excepting the
three or four millionaires on me Jury
panel. While under arrest outside tho
building, Wndo asked tno officer .or
permission 'to go Into Judge Ksteo'n
court and enjoy the hearing of tho
Mnnklchl habeas corpus case there.
"I ain't going to run away." he said,
"nnd I don't want to be kept waiting
around tho police station."
Officer Sea referred tho request to
High Sheriff Drown In tho corridor,
who ordered him to take the prisoner
nt once before the rollm Court for pre
Mr. Andrews, however, said he wns
engaged In tho Circuit Court nnd it was
agreed to postpono Wade's hearing un
til tomorrow, Tho officer led tho fresh
ly accused nnd arrested man away to
J. U, Jaeger and Miss Ulslc Robert
sou, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Robertson, will bo married nt Alnahnu,
the residence of tho urldc's grand
father, A. S. Clcghcirn, at 7:30 this
ovcnlng. ltev. V. H. Kltcat will offi
ciate. A reception will be held from
8 In 11 o'clock.
Tomorrow evening F. 11, Kllbey, as
sistant superintendent of tho Insane
Aslum. nnd Miss Huby Andrews will
be married nt St. Andrew's rnthc
drnl. The bride Is n former pupil of
St. Andrew's Priory,
For groceries ring up Illue 911,
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