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HONOMH.r. TKRR1TORT OF HAWAII. THUH80AY. SEPTEMBER n 1901
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II OF H Eli
I'll IS IN 11
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BEFORE WILCOX ON CHARGE ,
OF ACCESSORY, TO MURDER
Harry Brans' and Cheater Doyle Tes
tify FormeriSays Defendant
Was Very Drunk When
George Wade, former chief steward
of tho steamship Australia who was
released on a writ of habeas corpus
yesterday forenoon and then rear
retted on the new charge of accessory
to murder, appeared In tho Police
Court this forenoon. He was repre
sented by Attorney Dlttlng. High
Sheriff Drown was the prosecuting offi
cer. Defendant refused to waive ex
amination. The prosecution put on
Harry Brans and Special Officer C. A.
Doylo as witnesses. Judge, Wilcox
found probable cause that a jury would
convict tho defendant of tho charge
named and committed him to trial be
foro the Circuit Court at tho tyjxt terra.
The following chargo was" read by
the Deputy Sheriff previous to the Hlgli
Sheriff taking charge of the case:
That tho said George Wade did, at
Honolulu. Island of Oahu, an May 16,
A. D. 1899, and within the jurisdiction
of this Court, to -wit: onTboard of 'the
American steamship Australia, while
said steamer was within a marine
league of the shore and directly oft tho
Pert of Honolulu, being armed with a
dangerous weapon, to wit: a loaded re
volver, assault another: to wit, the
complainant, said Harry Evans, with
the Intent then and there nnd thereby
to commit the crime of murder and
contrary to Section 59 of tho Penal
l.rws of 1897.
Attorney Dlttlng mado a motion to
qiiksh the complaint on the ground that
there was no complaint against tho
laws of the Territory of Hawaii or any
other law. This motion was denied
by Judge Wilcox and Harry mans was
culled to tho stand.
Tho witness told the story of tho
trouble aboard tho Australln and tho
limit capture of Wado. Ho said that
tho mulatto did shoot at him and that
he dodged Just In time to let the bul
let pass by his head and speed on Us
way Into the scullery. He then fired
hark nt Wade. The witness wns sure
that the shot was fired at him as th)
Ri.it was pointed directly nt his head.
On cross examination? Kvans said that
h,i had known Wndo for a number of
r-ars ami that he had never had any
trouble with him. )n the day that
Wade shot at him. he did not know
what Ik? was doing. He was very much
the worse for liquor. As soon, as tho
.witness had answered this question,
Attorney Dlttlng dismissed him.
Next on the program came a wait of
fifteen minutes for Chester Doyle, the
other police officer who was aboard the
Australia at the time of the trouble.
He was busy In tne upper courts nnd
could not get away. Doyle told sub
stantially the same story as Evans and
Identified tho gun.
On t-oss examination, the witness
S'lid that Wado was shooting promis
cuously but that he did tako one direct
cliot nt Evans. He. together with two
of the oIUccih of tho steamer were near
by but Kvuiib was the closest nnd It
was at him that tho gun was pointed.
Attorney Dlttlng made the following
short argument for tho discharge of ills
client: "Wo do not caro to offer any
evidence In defense nt thta time. It
has been testified to by tho complain
ing witness, thatj at tho tlmo the shot
nns fired. Wado was absolutely Incn
palile of knowing what ho was doing.
While It Is true that drunkenness is
uo excuse, yet In those cases where
proof does show that n dofendant was
too drunk to form any opinion, ho can
not bo convicted."
Jfdgc Wilcox remarked that ho did
not feel he would be Justified In dis
charging the witness nnd thereupon
tummlttcd him for trial.
At this point Attorney Dlttlng asked
the Court to set the amount of ball.
Tho High Sheriff sad that tho sum
should be at least SIUOO. This caused
Mlc.rney Dlttlng to object. Tho Court
nil the mini In two, setting tho ball
nt $2300 nnd Attorney Dlttlng said
.oucthlng about appealing to tho Cir
cuit Court to leduco tho amount.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
They are out for a trial every day or
two now,1 and In a few days will
run every 20 minutes to
Have you teen the excavation on
Wilder avenue opposite Alexandc
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 In
College Hills Transportation and Wa
ter. Give the Sales Agents a chance to
show you tho property.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
The report of tho appraisers of the
ptoperty of the Wilder and Inter-Island
steamship companies will lie hand
ed In this week. It will be received by
a committee of thrco directors from
rrch of the corporations who .will In
turn present It to tho Individual
boards. On this, the scheme for con
solidation will be arranged and the
whole matter left for the action nt the
Already the combination of the two
companies coupled with the advanco
in rates, Is causing talk of a competing
Hue. It Is said that with but one com
pany In the field prices may he held
as high as the company sees lit. With
a Vlcy to keeping rates down, some
of the larger firms not- interested In
either of i the local companies are said
to be considering i-o proposition 'of a
new steamer service to be put In oper
ation soon after Jne consolidation of
tho lorn) companies, should this take
HAVE DECIDED TO MOVE
MEETING PLACE ARION HALL
Important Meetings Set for Tomor
row Night Spaulding Gap Will
be Discussed Winter
The Honolulu Athletic Club has de
cided to chaneg Its quarters. For somu
time past, the boys have been In the
habit of meeting In tho Elite building.
If arrangements can be made, they
will soon move to Arlon hall, back of
tho Opera House.
Notice has been sent the club by the
I.nbor Day committee that tho cup
which was offered for the baseball
gi'tne at Kaplolanl parq Is waiting for
tl em nt Wlchman s. The boys will not
delay n this matter. As soon as they
hpve fitted up their new meeting plaeo,
they will set up the cup In a prominent
place and use It ns a nest egg for tho
many mofe trophies which they expect
will fall to tli em in the .mure.
'PrevlousAlajthe 'meeting' of the Ho
nolulu .Athletic Club tomorrow even
ing, there will be n meeting of the Win-
tpr League, for the purpose of discuss
ing various matters of business in con
nection with the games that are now
After the club boys have completed
I their business, the old league will
i meet for the purpose of talking over
I i'o disposition of the Spaulding cup,
. which Is now held by the champions
, o' last your. According to the terms
of tho agreement, the league Is of the
opinion that tho cup should go to tho
Honolulu Athletic Club, the belief be
in;; that when tho cup was Bent out.
It was with tho understanding that it
shcufd go each year to the winning
Ml IS MW
A wpnk nirn timt Uimilnv n w11.tfi.il ,
'Japanese who lived nt Wahlawn nnd
was an employo under Wilson, the
contractor, disappeared from his lioni'i
nnd has not been seen since. It wun
known that on that day tho Japanese
went fnr up Into tho Wnhlawa gulch
for the purposo of calling on some
friends. Ho did not return to his
work on Monday, but nothing was
thought of that On Wednesday thx
employer beenmo rather anxious and
reported thu mntter to tho police. Men
were sent out but nothing could hi
learned of tho whereabouts of tho Jap
ani'Bo, His bonne, was searched and
there the police found everything In
tnct. Tho man's clothing had not
been removed nnd eighty ccntti in
chango was found.
Whnt lias become of tho man Is n
mystery, but tho police now hellovi
that ho has met with foul piny, 't
was loarned that tho fellow had bo
tween two and throo hundred dollar ,
which ho had saved fiom his eain
lugs and this amount ho always car
tied about with him, deeming this tlif
safest way of rotulnlng It. It li'
thought that, whllo ho was on bis way
to tho homo of his friends, far up In
tho gulch, ho was waylaid, (Tilled and
lobbed. Thero aro plenty of Japan
ese In tho mountains back of Walalin
who would not besltnte to do Jus1,
this very kind of thing. In fact, a
great many of the hard character'
from all over tho Island aro supposed
to he In tho mountains.
He Hustled ThlnfiB.
For the expedition with which tho
tabor Day Bports were pulled off, cre
dit Is largely due to Chalmers A. Gra
ham, who kindly acted ns announcer.
It was tho thought of nuny observers
that It would bo n public boon If simi
lar dispatch wcio always exercised In
the judges' stand at Kuplolani nai'c
Thete will bo a meeting of tho Win
ter League liaschnll clubs at tho rooms
of tho H. A. C Elito building, his
evening nt 7 o'clock.
Tho City of I'ara wns to leavo Port
I .os Angeles for Honolulu on Septem
ber 1. She will ho duo hero on tho
REPORT IS DISCREDITED
Japanese Government Had Too Much
Difficulty With Japanese in
United States Last
T. Matsuoka, mnunger of tho Ha
waii l.abor Dureau, was seen nt tho
office of that concern In Sprockets block
this morning to ascertain whether 'ho
had received any Information from Ja
pou regarding tho reported permission
about to be granted by the Government
for "whoJnale Immigration to Hawaii
afiil the 'United States." The quota
tion Is from a Vancouver press dis
patch received by jesterdny's mall,
which gives as the authority for tho
statement David Hcalcy , United
Stntcs Immigration Commissioner at
Vancouver, who It Is said had received
offlilal ndvlces from Washington to tne
cftect stntcd. f
"It Is proposed Immediately to at
Inw a large number to leave as laborer!
on the sugar plantations In Hawaii and
later for the I'nlted States,'' the dis
"I do not think that Is true," eoni
niented Mr. Matsuoka, pointing to tne
dispatch In u local paper. "The Jap
anese Government would not allow Ja
panese emigration to the United States.
.The Government had so many difficul
ties with Japanese In the United States
"What kind of difficulties!"
"They flocked to the consulates look
Ini! for work or relief. Desldes, the
Japanese recognizing the voice of Am
erican laborers against Japanese Immi
gration. "The Government, however, allow s
three thousand laborers to come to Ha
waii in one year. They will come hero
as free laborers not consigned to nny
Immigration comrnny and we shall
try to enlist them for the sugar plan
tations. Yes. we solicit applications
f i inn the planters for labor."
"Three thousand n year will be eon
sldernble help to the plantations," wns
"es," Mr Mntsuoka replied, "but
there are nhont four hundred a month
uliirnin; to Japan."
So there will bo a net deflcUney of
plantation labor of 1800 u year so far
ns the Japanese nro concerned.
The Hawaii .abor Dureau will short
I) remove to Juild block.
MANY ISLAND V88EL8.
The vessels In the Hawaiian trade In
Pan Frnnclsco harbor when the Gaelic
sailed were as follows: Ilk. Amy Tur
uei, bkt. Andrew Welch. lik. Alden
Hesse, ticlir. Aloha, bk. Arinle John
on, str. California!!, bk. Cnronado to
n.ill August 29, bk. Edward May. sp.
Falls of Clyde, bgt, Galilee, sp. George
Cuitls. nclir. Helene, str. Mariposa, to
hid August 31, schr. Mary E. Foster
to sail August .11, sp. Marlon Chllcott,
I'V. Muhlcun, bk. Martha Davis, str
Otegonlnn to sail August ill, bkt. Plan
tor, bkt. S. N. Castle, sp. Tlllle E. Star
Link, bkt. W. H. Dlmond.
For groceries ring up Dlue 911.
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GORMAN SCORES AGAIN
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In addition to the coupons to be cut
from tho first page of tho Dulletln,
new subscribe! s aro to ho given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follow3:
One month , 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
Thcso coupons aro detachable and
must he torn from thu subscription re
ceipts and deposited In tho ballot box
the same as tho first pnga coupons. It
All! bo seen that for 58, the subscrip
tion pi Ice of the Evening Dulletln for
ono year, 750 votes nro allowed to a
new fciibscrlber, whereas tho samo
amount of monoy would buy only 110
votes If spent for slnglo copies of tha
Dulletln on tho street. Tho sum of t
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
DEFENDING LIBEL SUIT
fhorne on Trial for Shooting at His
', Taylor Cross
Thvtrlul of the libel suit of Eugene
Avery against the Hawaiian Gazettu
Co. began before Judge Little nt 1:30
yesterday afternoon. Geo. A. Davis
nrd Kobertson & Wilder appear for the
piillntllf, and l.orln Andrews and Kln
i.ry, Dalluu & McClnnahan. for tho do
fcrilant. The Jury consists of G. Na
voiakoa. J. S. Walker B. S. Holt, li.
Nnukana, J, D. Atherton, J, A. l.c-
Kroi, O. Cox. I. 1,. Cockelt, T. Krouso,
E. K. Hannpl, W M. Iluchanan and W.
A, P. Taylor, i.,e reporter who wrote
the offending news nrtlclc In tho Ad
evitlser, was on the ntnnd this morn-
Ins. Ho was subjected to a rigorous
floss-examination by Mr. Davis. The
wllnctm did lint think lie Investigated
the truth or the statement In the re
port that "an opium outfit" wns found
on the plaintiff's person when arrested
nt tho Instance of W. C, King on a
cliiugv of embezzlement. Avery has
a suit pending against King for dam
ares for false arrest.
Judge Gear Is trying W. H. Thorns
for shooting at Albert Schaeffer, his
futher-ln-lnw, E. A. Douthltt, Assist
ant Attorney General, Is prosecuting,
while S. F. Chltllngwnrth is defending
the prisoner. The Jury is composed of
A. Fernandez. J. Kunewn, F. Harvey,
Geo. Kekauoha. I. C. Jones, M. P. Iloh-Ini-on,
tl. F. Dertlemnnn. D. F. Dllllng
ham, Joe Znbliin. W. A, Daldwln, J.
A. McCnndless and K. W. Davis.
Mrs.'-Schneffcr on the stand this fore
noon made the statement that, slnco
the family entente In the case occurred.
net husband had deserted her.
WANT BAND TO PLAY.
The hoys Interested In the baseball
game next Saturday between tho Police
and Custom House teams ure hoplna
that the Governor will seo fit to allow
the hand to play during the contest.
There is no doubt whatever that there
will be a larger crowd out on the cam'
pilftjit Punahou where the iamo Is to
)! played, Jhun at Emma Square. Tho
Imj'B nre perfectly wilting to pay fo
the carfare of the band to and from tb
The game between the two teams
mentioned will undoubtedly be one of
the best of the season. Tho Custom
Ik.uko and Police nre regarded .M tlie
Ixpi teams In the Winter League,
A temporary Injunction has been Is
sued by Judge Gear in the rase of the
Hoi olulii Plantation Co. vs. Loo Chit
Bam on thu complaint that the defen
dant has entered upon land of the
plaintiff nt Halawa and that ho Is
ru.islng thero the construction of a
tunnel under, through and across the
lun.1 In question.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. for the
best finishing work,
will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty single copies of tho Dulletln
with the newsboys or nt tho business
office. This amount of money, If ex
changed for a receipt for a six months'
subscription to tho Dulletln, will se
euro 350 votes. Ono dollar for ono
year's subscription to tho weekly edi
tion entitles tho subscriber to 100
Tho prlzo ottered by tho Dulletln is
on uxhlbltlnn In tho window of II. .''.
Wlchman, 617 Fort street, and wll, bo
presented to tho plnyor receiving tlio
greatest numuer of votes nt tho closo
of tho contest Oct, 15.
Votes 'deposited nt thlSMifllco will
Jio Included among tho scattering until
tho contestant has received a totnl of
10. From that tlmo tho names will b
It now turns out that the rewiher
which Kealoha. the Walalua natUe,
used to murder his mistress nnd then
kill himself, belonged originally to. Dr.
lhodlc, who died In this city some
years ago. It seems that when tho
doctor mode u visit to sumo friends In
Walalua, ho presented the revoU.r to
a native. Kenu by name. Kenu loaned
It to some other natUes who went out
celebrating one night nnd fired uff the
rooler In the street. These mm
were nnhhed and the revolver was tuk
en away from them.
The sheriff of Walalua took charge
of tho revolver and then It passed Into
the hands of Judge Katamakec, tho
former husband of the woman shot by
Ki aloha. At the death of her husband,
the revolver passed Into the hands of
his widow nnd It Is supposed that It
was from her that Kealoha obtained It.
HIS CARRIAGE BUSINESS
MADE A CORPORATION
Although the Charter is Broad the
the Olh:r Lines Will Not
be Pursued at
Gus Schuman Is having his carriage
li tMness Incorporated. Articles to that
rnd hnve been filed In the o.llco of to
IV.-usurcr. th-j Incoiporutors b-.-lcg U.
t human, W. W. Wright. D. L. Wads
worth. Geo. T. Kli-egel and II. V. SUlu
"G. Schuman. Limited. Is (lit! nam
f.l tho rnipoiatlnii Us term 11 to no
r.fty years. Tho eaplfil Block is :c,
'UN In 100 s'la.-M of $1(,0 par value each,
with the privilege of Incie.isc v J100.
000. Subscriptions of Block ure these:
ti. Schuman, f32.nuiP Geo. T. Kliugel,
..')0i); w W, WrUht. S'.Ou; It. W.
?-uiltgle. $300; D. L. Wiidsworth. J100,
anil ll. A. Jaeger, I.,0, nil of which Is
In the certificate to the articles Schu-
nan la named as 'president, Kluegel as
secretary ami Wadsworth oh treasurer,
Desldes these a vice president nnd an
auditor nre to he elected, the llvo offi
cers to constitute the board of direc
tors. The powers of the company will
oinprlso the following things:
To carry on the business, of manu
facturing, repairing and rebulldlna
renlagcs, nlso buying, selling, Import-
inu anil dealing In carriages.
To deal In live stock, flour, hay.
grain, feed nnd provisions, and alt
clher kinds nnd descriptions of per
sonal property whatsoever.
To conduct n gsnoral boarding. liv
ery, ami sales stables, and n back and
public conveyance business.
To buy. sell, hold, lease and other
wise deal In real estate, bulldlnca of
ull klmls, etc.
It Is learneil from the inside that Mr.
Schuman's purpose Is simply to Incor
porate bis present carriage business,
his action having no refernco.to the
nn&lrs of tho Territory Sables Co.
wherein ho Is now Involved In lltlga
tlun. Although deemed well to have
a bioad charter for the Schuman cum
Pliny, It Is not Intended at present to
blench nut Into the various lines cm
braced other thun the carriage Inisl
moj for some time past conducted by
tho head of the pioposed corporation.
m . .
High School Opening.
Professor Scott desires that nil ap
plicants for admission in tho High
School bo In nttendanco early at tho
opening of tho ensuing term on Mon
day morning. Otherwise It may be
dlfllcitlt to secure plares. The school
will start with thu new commercial
department whose teacher. F. J. Arm
strong, will arrive lu tho Mariposa on
From a bushel
The Distiller Gets 4 gallons of Wills
key, which Retails for JIB. The Gov
ernment Gets 4; tho 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.,
I0R7 Port Ktrcet.
HABEAS CORPUS CASE
IN 1HE FEDEHAL COURT
Judge Estee Gives Counsel Until
Noon of Saturday to File
Their Briefs With
Deputy Attorney General J, W. Cnth-
oiti used up thu whole day In the Unit-
id States District Court yesterday
arguing tho Mnnklchl habeas corpus
can'. He resumed his speech at !)
'clock this morning, ending It hall
nn hour later,
Messrs. Davis nnd 1 1 rooks fur tho
writ look half an hour for their privi
lege of closing the argument.
Among other things contended by
Mr. Cathcnrt was that the right of one
ac i used of crime to grand Jury Indict
ment, etc, wns not fundamental. Ha
cited u decision of the Supreme Court
'if the United States, among other In
'ho same line, where It was held that
the constitutional rights of the Stu
and Hth amendments of the constitu
tion were not applicable to tho Cher
okee Nation reserve, because that Ter
ritory was nut Incorporated in tho
''I'lted States commonwealth.
Judge Estee, nt the conclusion of
argument, took the matter Including
lutlsdlttlon under advlsiment, giving
counsel on both sides until noun of
next Saturday to file orlcfs.
Plantation matters are progressing
very favorably In the Olaa and .-una
districts of Hnwull. At the Puna plan
tation planting as oecn in progress
for some time, nnd It Is expected that
fully S00 acres will be planted for tho
1903 crop. Ti.e work of building nt
t.n miles of road to connect up tha
pli i.tatlon will shortly be inaugurate.,
sml much other work of a permanent
character Is being carried out
At Olaa plantation work is being
pushed rapidly ntiead and the new mill
liclng prccted by tbe Honolulu Iron
Wcrks Is rapidly nearlng completion.
The limited area of cane now being
ground nt the Walakca mill from Olaa
shows up well, and Is averaging seven
tons of sugar to the acre. If one can
take this as nn. average of the enure
pioduct which Is to be ground In the
new mill the output will exceed all
estimates made, which Is Ave tons to
tna acre. The mnnagemrnt and agency
of the Puna plantation has passed Into
the bands of the enterprising firm of '
11. V. Dillingham Lo.
THE ARVUTAGE CUP.
Harry Armltnge has presented 'ho
regatta committee with a splendid
solid silver cup standing twelve Inches
high to be put up for the six oared
barge race. The cup is to be known as
thu Armltago cup and must be won
three times to bo the property of tho
winner. The cup Is open to any six
onrcd bnrgo crow who race under tne
II 11. A. rules.
The (rnnsport Sheridan will not stop
lute. Tim Sumner leaving San Fran
elm on the 12th and tho Warren on
the K'.tli lust, will both call at tbU
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts of the United
Stiites nnd Diropc.
Ometi. 1017 Dotbel St..
opposlto Honolulu Market.
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