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Vol. XI. No. 1943.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 1(J. 1901.
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Grand and' Trial Jurors
EXCUSES OF GRAND
JURORS NOT DECIDED
Nothing Bat Affidavits Considered
Sii Trial Jurors a;e Excused
,The special terra of the First Cir
cuit Court opened tills morning. There
was a large attendance of attornevs
which, with the panels ot the grand
and trial Jurors, filled the courtroom
to its utmost capacity..
Judge Gear presided, haying seated
beside him Judge Little of 'the Fourth
Circuit, who came here to try cases In
which Judge Gear Is disqualified. The
return of summons 10 grand Jurors
made by Damn Ellis was read as rot
Henry Waterhousi, William O. Ir
win. Charles T. wilder, A. L. C. Peter
son. Charles M Cooke, Philip Moylan
Lansdale, L. Tenney Peck, James Gor
don Spencer, Chalmers Alfonse Gra
ham, Horace J. Craft, Starr Kapu,
Charles M. V. Foster, Henry Lewis,
David Kawananakoa, Charles 11. Wil
ton, F. II. Loucks, E. S. Cunha, Chris
topher Jones Holt, Joslah T. Crawley,
V. H. O. Mlddlcdltch. Charles W.
Jloutn, Moses K. Nakulnn, David Law
tence and Henry de Fries.
It had been announced by placards
and otherwise that no excuses from
serving would be entertained excepting
Geo. A. Davis presented aflldavtts by
Wm. 0. Irwin and Samuel Parker. The
excuse of Mr. Irwin was that he was
nut au-Amerlcau citizen. .Mr. Parker
had urgent business colling him away.
An affidavit was also 'presented from
Joseph A. Oilman by Mr. Davis. His
name does not appear on the list, how
ever, as Judge Gear had told him In
advance he need not report. Prior to
his being summoned, Mr. Oilman had
made arrangements for leaving In the
Sierra for the Coast on Important bust
W, A. Kinney presented an affidavit
from Charles W. Booth, who had a
civil case pending at the term.
Jus. G. Spencer sent In an affidavit,
telling ot his recently previous service
us a grand juror and circumstances ot
the business of the Pacific Hardware
Co, which would constitute his absence
Judge Gear said he would take all
the excuses Into consideration until 10
o'clock tomorrow morning.' Later he
excused David Lawrence for private
'I he following list of trial Jurors
summoned was returned by njlltffs
Kills and Hopkins:
Charles II. Atherton, George Albert
Martin, Henry Zerbe. Southard Hoff
mann Jjv. Frank Oilman Prescott,
Hlcliard Ivcrs, Charles S. Crane, F. W.
Beardslee, W. F. Hcllbron. E. Buffan
deau, Joseph Andrade, Gus Hezeklah
Aea, Samuel Kalnoa, Joseph Alna
Lawelawe, Edward Montgomery, Wm.
it. Holokahlkl, David K. Bent. Slmeone
Nawaa, James Olds Jr., James D. Cock
ett. James K. Pakele. Ernest Thrum,
William George Ashley, Richard H.
Iiavls, Ell J. Crawford. William Ben
nlngton Jones, James It. Shaw, John
It. Edwards, Vincent Fernandez. Geo.
R. Roenltz, Abraham D. Bolster, Frank
C. Bertlemann. George W. Maev. Freil.
erlck Angus, Harry Z. 'Austin, Henry
rs, Almy, Henry A. Juen, George K.
Fox, Manuel E. Sllva, Edward Dekum,
James H. Black, Joseph Marrlner, Emll
Hammer, Albion F. Clark, Q. H. Ber
rey, Archibald J, Smithies, George T.
Kluegel anl Lawrence ... Dee.
The court on affidavits excused F.
G. Prescott. Richard hers, Alvln F.
Clark. Geo. A. Martin and S. Hoffmann.
Judge Gear openly Interpreted the
"pressing business" of Mr. Ivers to
mean his aproachlng marriage, caus
ing a ripple of pleasantry. Mr. Clark,
besides pressure of business in the ab
sence ot Hustare & Co.'s'head, ileaded
being a government official, one of th
Inspectors ot animals.
The court-then proceeded with tht
calling of the calendar.
F. W. Hankcy has a number of cases
on the calendar. Several attorneys on
the other side in different ones asked
for continuance owing to his absence
from the Territory. Tncy differently
represented Mr, Hankey as being re
spectively In Washington, In New York
and on his way home, the remarkable
ubiquity of the Bar As&latlon dele
gate causing smiles to circulate.
LABOR DAY ENGAGEMENT
WAS NOT AN OVERSIGHT
The Bandmaster Propose a Change
In Sunday Concerts and
Announces the Band's
The Only Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern Inv
provementsj S40 a month.
Also large residence on the Walklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
Captain Bcrger, when sought by a
Bulletin reporter wanting Information
on different matters regarding himself
and the Territorial bana, was met in
the new practicing bandstand erected
b) Quartermaster R. Vinson under di
rect orders from General Ludlngton, U.
A. A. i nc structure Is close to Cap
tain Berger's house In Miller street
and well adapted to Its purpose.
Asked regarding the alleged "over
sight" by which the band wus engaged
to play for the l.abor Day ball Instead
of Prof. Snarpe'g union orchestra, Cap
tain Berger said:
"It was no oversight at all. When
the labor committee asked me to play
for the parade and tne games, I said
that was all right but last year we
plajed for jou nil day and 5 on hired
Other music for the ba.t when 'there
was payl True, the band is paid for
such sei vices as the Government or
ders, but wben the bo)s work eight
Hours on a stcttcb. thoy.ought to have a
chuice at playlqg In the evening for
"The eommi. ee tbougot this was
nothing but fair and engaged the band
for the ball. It was deliberate and no
oversight about It. When I spoke
about last jear 1 hadn t Prof, sharps
In mind. It was t..e Quintet (jlub they
"Then, so far as the union Is con
cerned, I am one of the charter mem
bers ot the Double Bass Union formed
in Bnlln In 1803, that is 3$ years ago,
which was where me union started."
Captain Bcrger was asked about a
letter from his old regiment In Ger
many, reported to have been pre
sented to him by n number of his for
mer comrades on the way home from
China In the steamer Nippon Mam last
week. He replied:
"It was not a letter to me exactly,
There were fifteen members of the
regiment aboard the steamer. One ot
them was Ewald von Massow, first
lieutenant of the Life Guards and
commandant of the East a'bIuUc expe
ditionary corps in the Boxer troubles.
He presented me with a paper to sign
reading something like this: 'Will you
be kind enough fa sign joulr own name
to this paper, stating that LleuL von
Massow has seen ou i.j-e and that you
still hold your position serving the
public, that you are wen and hoping
that we may see vou soon again.'
"You might Inform the public," con
tinned Captain Berger, "that there was
comparatively a very small audience
at Makee Island jesterday. I want to
propose that either the people be got
there or else the Sunday concerts he
held exclusively In town. There were
ten times us many people at the last
Capitol grounds concert than attended
yesterday's concert at Makee Island.
"It Thomas Square was only put
Into good shape again, the Sunday con
certs might be glveu there alternately
with the Capitol grounds. And the
Superintendent of Public Works would
do a great favor to the public bj put
ting more movable seats In the Capitol
"Two weeks from today will be given
the last concert before the bund's an
nual vacation. There will bo some
concerts In town before the bund goes
to Kauai utter vacation.
"You may also say that some mem
bers of the band will play for the Lilli
putians In the Opera House."
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
HUELO SUGAR MILL.
Walluku, Sept. 14, W. II. King, car
riage builder, Walluku, has gone over
to Huelo to superintend the erection of
the new mill for tbo Huelo Sugar Co.
The construction of the mill, It Is
claimed, will occupy several months.
Thomas G. Thrum by his attorneys,
Smith & IOivla, answers the complaint
ot Moses K. Nnkulna of trespass on the
lase tor slander, with a general denial
of allegations related to the charge.
By Removing Governor
S. B. Dole From Pre
PARKER AND COOPER
QOlNfi TO WASHINGTON
Rumors as to What They Intend To
Do-Movement on Behalf
of the Secretary of
The political situation In Hawaii at
the present time might be characteriz
ed as the calm before the storm. That
there Is to be a storm seems to be be
lieved In more quarters than one but
the experience ot the past has seemed
to bring about a reticence on the part
or the politicians of the country. This
then is the key to the present calm that
politics are now enjoying or peraaps,
X There comes a well grounded rumor
from Washington that, within ninety
days' time, there will be a change In
the occupant of the guucrnatorlal
chair. At this statement, there are
man) who will probably cry "Chest
nuts, we have heard that before." As
to Hawaii for his heali- and I told the
President when he asked me same
"I do not understand about ...e In
tention of the President of tne United
States to remove the Governor ot the
Territory of Hawaii npd I have not
concerned no self about the matter. I
told jou that on my present trip to
Washington, I might bo asked a num
ber of questions. Well, mere Is no
doubt about that. Washington has
given a gieat many stories and I will
be called upon to tell what t know. I
reiterate that I will tell tne truth about
the condition of affairs In the Terri
tory of Hawaii at ..ic present time.'
On the same steamer with Hon. Sam
uel Parker will go Secretary Cooper.
Ills first business will bo the handing
In of his report on the affairs of the
Territory to Secretary Hitchcock at
Washington. Ills second business will
t, thn tnfrtnr nt thn thlrtv.thlr.t iotrrtia '
In Masonry. The third and. to him,
the most Important justness, will bo
along the line of tne next governor nt
tlio Territory of Hawaii.
There is a movement on .ie part of
tome of the Home ..tilers of tho city at
the piesent time, nnd the rumor cornea
straight from the camp of the native,
that the. wife of the Delegate from Ha
waii Is working to have Air. Cooper ap
pointed the next governor of the Terri
tory. There la also a counter move
ment on the part of the more Influen
tial Home Rulers to balk any such
game. The first movement hai been
well organized and a lot of work Is
being done for Mr. Cooper. The sec
ond movement Is as well organized.
Whether or no Mr. Cooper will do any
work for himself atWasnlngtoh Is of
course not known. Time, alone will
lll. That his movements In Washing
ton will be watched with great Interest
by people here as well as at the Capi
tol, goes without saying. Suffice It to
ay, that by the last mall to the Coast
was sent a letter In which was con-
KM. OF PYTHIAS
Wnlliiku. Sept. 14. The Aloha Ixdg
K. of P., will have a new bulling
erected mukal of the Malulanl hospital,
Walluku. It will be a two story build
ing. The second story will be used
ntlrely by the lodge while the lower
will be used as stores and law offices.
The plans and specifications have been
given to Honolulu architects. Tho
building will be the finest In Walluka
a mntiPF nt f.n ihoro hv hw.n fro. i talned all the detail of the scheme on
auent rumors pf a change and It has ,ne part ot certain ot the natives to
hpon rnntpni u.l nn nil l.lp Hint th. "lime cuuicr nppuimeu uuvernor. I no
President of the United States would
hardly remove the present head ot tne
Territorial government. However, it
Is known to people In general that it Is
the unexpected that sometimes hap
pens. Recognizing the Influence of lion.
Samuel Parker In Washington and
knowing of his Intended departure for
that place in the Sierra tomorrow, a
representative of the Bulletin called
on him nt the Pacific Club today to
learn something, if possible, of his mis
sion to Washington. Once again, there
came out thaw reticence which Hawa
iian politicians have been showing
lately. Among other things, Mr. Par
ker said: "I am going to ashlngton
on private business."
The question was asked If bo would
not luaulge In polities walle at the
Capitol and the reply came: "Actively
no. If I am asked any questions as to
thn state, of affairs In Hawaii at tbo
present time, I shall be sure to tell
the truth. There have been a great
many rumom going to Washington of
late and when I was mere the last
time. I was asked a number of ques
tions by President McKlnlcy himself.
do not mind telling ou mat they
were about the reports of Governor
Dole's illness. I answered them truth
full nnd to the best of my ublllty.
While I was there, I tecelved a letter
telling me of the trip of tne Governor
trip of Mr. Cooper on top of the work
that has been done, would seem to give
ground for at least some talk.
HAD HARD TIME WITH
STRIKERS ON COAST
"Deed" Dow Comes Back an Able
Seaman Good Trip With a
Green Crew Big
THE WW ION IT
Ono phase of the condemnation
suits of the United States Government
for land for the .-earl Harbor navnl
station was before Judgn Estee In
the United States District Court this
ii was argument on a motion by ins
Government to strike out of the an
swers of respondents the demand of
a right to trial hy Jury. Argument was
Mill on when tho court took the noon
United States District Attorney I.
C. liaird and J. J. Dunne, appear for
the Government, and F. M. Hatch, W.
L. Stanley and II. A. Ulgelow for va
CRUZAN-FICKENSCHER. At San
Francisco. Cal.. on Thursday, Au
gust 22, 1901, Edith, daughter or Mr.
and Mrs. J, A. Cruzan, to A. Flcken-scher.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when jou wuut
fruit and vegetables. Ho alwas has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
(r-t-H- f 4. .. . t .
THOMPSON NOT SLOW
GORMAN . 5,942
kcabic ., g.A
MAHUKA ; 391
JACK80N ' 57
Dr. .1. Atcherley con be found at 343
King street, next dooi to Opera Houso.
BROWN .. .. ,1 .,
SHELDON. .. .. -. .',
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tion price ot the Evening Bulletin tor
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now biibsallier, whereas tho same
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cure 3S0 votes. One dollar for one
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tion entitles the subscriber to 100
The prlzo ottered by tho Bulletin Is
on exhibition In tho window of II. F,
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presented to tho player receiving tho
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of tho contest Oct. 16.
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bo Included among tho scattering until
tho contestant has received a total of
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The ship George Curtis arrived fro-n
San Francisco this morning after nn
uneventful trip of fifteen days from
San Francisco. She brought several
passengers, a very large general cargo
and a big deckload ot nogs.
Captain Calhoun reports that while
In San Francisco ho had great diffi
culty In getting a crew. Whenever he
left the ship he was watched b fimr
spotters of the Sailors' Union, who
stayed with him until he returned to
the vessel. He had to go armed all tho
time to protect himself from violence
RaVery. a shipping master, who was
procuring men for tne Curtis, was st
upon a few nights before the vessel
sailed, and Captain Calhoun thinks he
is dead !y this time from the effects
of the beating he received at th1
hands of the Union men. As a result
of tho watch that was being kept on
the vessel but one sailor was shipped
on the Curtis, tho rest of the crew lie
Ing green hands. They made nut well,
however, and were all willing to
work. Captain Calhoun sav It wns
. nleusuro to sail with the crew he
bad, aa they did what they were told
and there was ho shouldering or grum
bling whenever an order was Issued.
as Is always the way a Union crew
receives a command.
Among the trew was the 14 ear-old
son of II. M. Dow or this city. The
lad sailed for San Francisco on tho
Curtis when she was last here. Hu
wanted to make the trip and get some
sea lire experience. He returned, to
his parents this morning, a pocket edi
tion ot nn able seaman. During tlio
trip Herbert learned to steer and furl.
reer and hand, und now he feels ns
much at home on a main rojal anl.
with tho wind blowing half a gale as
he docs on the lanal of his father's
houso on Punchbowl. Herbert, or
"Deed," aa he Is known among his
companions, was proudly showing
them the blisters and callouses on hla
hunds, which he came by at the
wheel or tho Curtis, He learned to
steer on the way to tho Coast, ami
011 tho voyago down stood his trick nt
the wheel as the rest did. Captain
Curtis Is proud ot his pupil, and savs
he would like to keep him aboard tho
The Curtis arrived 'off port Utt
night, but as It was after sunset alio
had to stand on and off until thin morn
ing, when she was picked up by the
Fearless and brought Into the harbor.
After the tug let her go, and she was
making her way to the wharf, the or
der was given to let go the starboaid
anchor. The chain ran out about two
fathoms and then Jammed In tho
hawse pipe, as the bight of a big
hawser In the forecastle was caught
and held by tho chain as It run. To
avert a collision with the wharf ttw
port anchor was let go and with a
stern line to the buoy, off the railroad
wharf, tho headway of the vessel was
arrested and she was brought safely
Among tho passengers arriving In
the Curtis were F. L. Fuller of thi
l.-I, S. N. Co. and wire, Miss Gertz
and Miss Lynch.
Fresh films plates, paper, chesrjcals,
etc., received per Mariposa for tee Ho
liolulu Photo Supply Co.
Application of Associa
tion Approved By Ex
KOHALA WATER QUESTION
IS FURTHER DISCUSSED
Secretary Cooper's Trip to Washing
ton Government Lot in
Nuuanu Valley Sold
The Olaa Settlement Association
bad Its application for land approved
at the Executive Council session thin
morning. An area ot 1.100 acres is
thus devoted to settlement.
There was more discussion but no
decision on the application or J. W,
Jones, trustee, for water privileges In
the Kohala mountains.
The Executive Council holds anoth
er session this fternoon.
Secretary II. E. Cooper leaves for
Washington tomorrow In the SlerrA.
carrying his annual report on the af
fairs of the Territory. He said today
that he had nothing further of public
Interest to communicate regarding hU
trip and that he expected to return th
middle of November.
Government lot No. 10. Nuuanu val
ley, was sold by auction at the Capitol
tcday. E. Van Sanden bought It for
The contract for lumber for tin
Public Works Department has not yet
A. Buchholtz was granted a dealer's
spirit license at Koloa, Kauai.
FRED SMITH LEAVING.
Ilert I.lojil of the Metropolitan
Meat Compan) goes to the Coast tor
the first time In the Sierra tomorrow.
He will be absent on his vacation
about two months.
Fred. Smith or tho O R. & L. Co
leaves tor the Coast In the Sierra to
morrow. He will be accompanied by
his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will" go
to the old home of Mr. Smith In tn-
Etato of Connecticut, where they will
spend a vacation of several weeks.
When asked today about his trio.
Mr. Smith said: 'It is my Intention
to attend tho convention of the Amer
ican Association of General Passenger
and Ticket Agents, to be held at Ash-
vine, N. C. on October 16. My Drill
clpal object Is to Interest tho associa
tion in the matter of getting tmirlsla
to come to the Islands. I do not be
lieve there has ever been a concertet
effort to get tourists to come to Ha
waii, and I think that I will have .1
chance at the convention to do a great
deal of good for the country."
At a meeting or National Guard
officers Sunday forenoon a vole waa
passed recommending the colonel ot
the regiment to secure kuakl uniforms
tor the Hawaiian militia. It Is prob
able Col. Jones will Include this In hit
draft tor. supplies on the national gov-trnment.
A billiard table with outfit complete
Is for Bale cheap. See For Sale column
on page 8.
The Merchaits' 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
States and Europe
Office. 1047 Bothel BL,
opposite Honolulu Market.
FROM A BUSHEL
The Distiller Gets 4 gallons of Whls
key, which Retail for 18. The Gov
eminent Gets 4; th Farmer Who
Raited the Corn Gets 50c (sometimes);
the Railroad Qett 20c; th Manufac
turer Qets 4; the Retailer Oett $7;
the Bartender Gett a Rake-off and
the Contumer Gett
But Drunk or Not Drunk, Buy Your
Footwear of Ut and Save Money.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
I0S7 Port Street.
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