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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. OOTOIltill :., 1001.
Vol. XI. No. 195S.
Of Violating a Certain
Regulation of Board
IMPORTANT CASE IN '
DISTRICT COURT TODAY
Attorney Lswis Points Out a Statute
Which Be Claims Board
of Health Has
W .1. L'nglntul or i:nglund & Co.,
plumbers, arrested thu other day m
the ehaigo of violating certain of tin
plumbing tegiilntlnns hy falling tu so
re n permit from tliu Hoaul rf
Health allowing lilm to do certain
plumbing la tlio house of one Smith,
Jon King street, appealed for trlnl t
lithe Police Comt this forenoon. Ilu
-was upicicnteil by A. Lewis. Jr. Dco
uty Slierllf Chlllltigworth nppeared Tor
The defendant pleaded not nitty. The
principal witncsR for the prosecution
was V.. Q. Keen, the plumbing Inspect
or under thu Hoard or Health, who,
when questioned by the prosecuting
nllleer. Mated that the defendant ha I
gone to wmk on the plumbing In tin
house mentioned without Hint having
seemed the permit necessary heroin
un thing of the Mud Is dune.
According to the warrant Isgu.-.l
against Mi. England this wax all tlio
piosecuttou was leipiiicil to prove, h It
Attoinej Lewis had a trump mill uu
his sleeve whlrh he pHed foi all 't
wan woith He Rot Mr. Keen to ij
mlt that Mr. Cngland's Jobs In ih(
...) had alaa been of n sanltniy la
line Then he came to the paitknlir
ease In hand and the witness would
not admit tbnt the job wan Insnnitaiy;
neither would he say It wan sanitary,
pleading an IiIh renson for this a Tallin
to Inspect closely the worK that hal
been done by Mi. Cuglnml without a
Mr. Keen Bald tho derendnnt hail uit
Weed tne "extra heavy" nine -enulrrd
by the Hoard or Health regulations,
but had put In what is Known VH
standard pipe. Attorney lj.wls then
a'lei.the witness If the rules had no'
been changed -so, that "extra heavy"
pipe In 'easy stirh as the one upoi
wnlch thcinpprnhcnslon of the dcleiel
nnt hailbeenAbistd was done anav
with and "standard' pipe ultowed. An
answer Inithc ulllrniatlvi) wns reeei.'
ed. Thujjhnvlng estabHHhed' fii'lv
that Mi. England's wink had been sat
isfactory een to tho plans submlttel
to the plumbing Inspector. Attorney
Lewis dismissed tho witness.
The deputy sheriff liming dosed his
ease with the testimony ot Mr. Keen,
Attorney Lewis mocd for tho ell
ihnige or the defendant. whliJi was
granted by Judge Dlcko) without com
In his argument, Attorney Lew's
dwelt paitkularl on the followo.g
hectlon of the l'emil Laws:
"The Hoard or Health may maicj
such regulations respecting nuisance:,
eouices of fllth and causes of sIcKnesc
vvltnln the rcgpectlvo dlstilctB of thi
Kepublle, and on boaid of any vessel
us It shall judge ncecssuiy for thu pub
lie health nnd safety."
He said that tho regulations of tie
llouid or Health, ir they weio In con
lllet with this section, fell to tlm
ground. The Ilonid could not over
ildc eM'ijihlnjj and It could not over
ride this section, which provides .'or
the making of regulations In the case
or nuisances and Insnnltni) eon II
tlons. These regulations did not apply
to Mr. England's Job on King streer,
since there wns absolutely no evidence
to tho effect that It was insanitary.
The prosecution contended that II
vas not necessaiy to show that tho dn
leudant had done n sanitary or nnv
other Kind or a Job. It had beer,
piove.t that he had not secured the
iiitulslte license, and that was all lies
H, C. Barrow Leaving,
Jildgo II. C. Harrow, vice piesldent
iiuil manager or the Pacific Union OH
Company, who has beon stopping!
the Moana Hotel ror several vveuKs
past will return to San Kinnclsco In
the Mariposa this ntteinoon, to attend
to some business In connection wl'n
tho cornpiny which he roriosents. 'In
will return to Honolulu In a fev
The Only Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern lit
provements; $40 a month.
Also large residence on the Walklki
Beach neaif the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
IHE FEMMUOUm JURY
Jiulge Kitea this morning proiftnl
gated the follow lug nniendment to nili
ion of the United Stntes District
"The adverse pnity or parties shall
each advance the sum or ten elollnii,
at least, on entering their first appear
ance, or tiling Tor tne tlrst time any an
swer or other paper."
Motility District Attorney .1. I.
Dunne wns instructed to drntt n nil'
for presentation tomorrow regarding
the drawing of additional jttiors when
necessaiy. Judge IJsteo reared that
the drawing or the giand and tiluj
Junes for the coming term might haw
depleted tho names. In case or a defl
ciency or Jurors, he ucemed It better
to draw new ones fiom n prepared IV t
rather than drafting them tioin -Ik
hvstnndcrs. There wns a tiust cnri
to be tried by Jury, nnd probably sev
rrai othei cases, and the court desire 1
that there should be n list or sufltclem
uames to diavv upon. The attorney
would consult with the clerK an to th-
number or names left In the box bi
fore drawing up the tule ordered
TWO Ml IE
The Oermnn ship SIrciic after a re
ninrlcably slow passage from Hremen
arrived this morning with a full cargo
or general merchandise for 11, HacKfebi
& Co. Attei leaving Bremen the SI
rone had very fair weather until the
Horn was reached. For two months
she battled with gales, head winds and
The big ucw were rjcarlj despairing
or ever getting out Into the facile
but at last the bad weather subsided
niiil the vessel doubled tho Cape. Krom
he time she got Into the Pacllle ocean
l . ii.it unusual y line weather pie-
ailed unci except for tho two ,ontlu
spent off tape Horn the entire voyage
The SI, cue was formerly the H.ltlsh
ship Oenone or (llasgow nnd her name
be hrm.ii. nag Her last trip was
rem I urcipe to Japan then to Tacomi
rliaiglng here the vessel wit -. for
ii... c,. i . i -j i l . . ,i"'"iMuiiii uiinimeii anil lime given He-
tie Sound to oad Mr Antwerp awHn.rrji.lant to answe. until I -.in p. m.
ShelslvlngiitHrower'swharr. Jl. S.m.KI vs. lllian. Pnr.i, wns
For groceries ring up Illuo 911.
. , , , , .
losltlvely the last performance of
"The Helle or New Yoik will ho given
tonight. "The Oalety cllrl" will be
Staged on Saturday afternoon and
evening. This tins been one of the most
successful puces of the company--.
repertoire. Doors will be open for tno
matinee at l:3n. Performance to stnrt
at 1! sharp. Children will be admitted
lo all parts or the theater at hair price,
Plumblniv InstiectopV Report.
IJ. (J Keen, Inspector of plumbing
and house seweis. repot ts foi Septem
ber 1'lans nied, 132
Permits Issued, 132.
inspee tlons of plumbing and house
Final certlllcates Issued. 10U.
Sewer connections made, en.
Marseilles, whl.h has been tnl.ig for'n n"L V. """".. '.."". "",!
some time to bo inade a fee port bv'bcen leferied to J T. o, on Z
, , A, , , '" "..ec.ii .eierieil CO .1 1
an act of the leglslatuie, now hopes to master's report It show
get President Lo.lbet to gratify its .le.;$3.ii.3 and payments
..v , ....,,,- ene ciiy . twveis linn
The dty I iwjcis ihlnk
the.v can piove that the executive pow-
con.pcccnt to act in the matter.
Tho T...IZ iTTTT Z
The evening Uulletln. 75 cents ner
SUPREME MOMENTS OF
LATE PRESIDENT'S LIFE
Cincinnati. Sept. 13. The Cummer
cial Tribune, prints tho following fiuui
Its Huffnlo corresaondent.
I must confrH'tluil the most pn
foundly Inteiestlng notu In this gteT
sceno has been the unveiling or tlu,
PrcBident'fl benutiiiil religious splru.
It has been a distinct surpilsu to nm
Those who have not been Intimately
associated with him have been Inclln
ed to reganl his apparent piety us a
more or less conscious postuie. lint
In that flist teiriblo hour when h
believed that he was about to die n..
turned his thoughts heavenward and
boro hlmseir like a Chiibtlun gentle
man. When he was lifted on tlio oporntlni?
table Dr. Slann said:
"Sir. President, wo Intend to tut Into
ou at once. Wo allowed one ProM
dent to die, but we uon t Intend tn
"I nm in tour bands," murmured ttici
Sir. SIcKlnley wns lifted on the op
erating table, stripped ror the dreadcil
ordeal. The doctors wero ready to
administer ether. Tlio President opeej.
cd his c)cs and saw that he was about
to enter a sloop from which hu mlgn:
never walco. He turned his gient ha
il it) en sonovv fully upon the little
group. Then he closed the lips, I If
white fnco was suddenly lit by a ten
dor smile. Ills soul came Into bis
rountc'nanee. Tho wnn llns moved. A
singular and almost supernatuinl lie.vi
ty possessed him, mild, childlike nnd
serene. Tho surgeons paused to IUt-
"Thy kingdom come. Thv will bo
done." The voice wns soft aud clca !
Accounting of J'
Magoon in re
CONDITION OF ESTATE
OF JAMES IWTCIIINGS
Cases Dropped for Want of Prosecu
tion Silliman Estate Account
-Captain Bergstrom's Es
Judge (ic.ir lesuincil the hulling ().'
Hie Hagey Cine case this morning. At
noon he held a chimbers session, ills
pdsliig of two matters. The (irand
Jury came In with h report as men
The master's lepoit or A (I Knulii
Icou on the account or V O. Smith
guardian or the llnmnkun minors, was
,i,.,.i . i,i,. ,,.
ncv. V. II. Kltent was appointed
I guardian without bond of i.ie person
BniI loert) I)f MriI. ,llIr) t.,Anll
ft0BflI ,,. ,.,, ,, nlll(,rlri,
, KC tIlt, p ,,, , ,.-,, ,,1,,,,,-r
, ,.ls ,lt
Jll(,KP ,.,. ,.,, ,msy ,,,
, . At , , ,, ft
thcr ,,,.,, ,,, , f
,, ,ni.u.lmM1, C)1. 1) lnn K,
How land nniC otheis. the beai lug c,r
Ull(ll , 1(lec ,.,. cu.
)nK j . .u
on lU.llIllir,lf ,)lUg for llaltf
uml , ,,,, for (lefpn,,ant hp lIo.
mmnr U,,s ",l8",lnl1 '"' n'"1"''
i.,... ......... .......
is.hi M wis ii mi iii ii iij 1 1 Mill-Ill IIll' HIT HI"
. of RiimmonH I)ala nml !) IJolt worn
lfifliil tin mvtliiii i ....,.,.. II. ..
again the contending uttoinevs. The
motion wns granted, after which Mr.
I Davis for plaintiff was allowed to
wlthdiaw from the files or the court
the leroid In the case,
V J. Hiigland's suit against M C
Amana for J118 debt Is illscontln'ucil
foi want of piosecutlon.
I The a nl of Clinm? Mm-i ...in.t
Judgment In favor of SI. Phillips ft
Co for $31.31 In Honolulu Dlsfl.t
remit Is dismissed for w nt cl urosa-
in me inacirr or ine es-j-e or Jani
Love, a spendthrift, tho .lull account
nml receipt of J. A. Magoon. guardian
have been tiled The receipt Is a
Thomas Pitch for $1818.18 In full set
tlement or the account, "It being un
deistood that In case It contnlnn n
omissions or oveich.nges the same
Hiall be adjusted." in the account
ltli his guardian, Love Is credited
with an oveicharge or 2.10 Interest.
i lie final oc count of Frederick L
Wli Iflitn oiltiitrilot... I..u -. ii. . .
leaving a balance due file estate of
ix f tl 4 n.n Ad
Tho net value or the gioccry
business forming the estate. Including
"111 1"1,nn(,, ' nilmlnlstrntors hands
U i-.j.-,s .-in i,a..inu .. 1.1.1. .. ..
- T -, ... n llllll UI.TI' .
Iw.u.,i,i.i f..,. ...i . ....
.."... tu.i.ii.iit- ituiii'ii ae ttitv
The IllllS lolled ilnun I1- ,.,.
lace The Piesldent raised his ebon
uii.i signtu tils lips moved oiu-.
Thy will be done"
Di Mann paused with the keen knife
In his hand. Theie was u lump n
"For Thine Is the kingdom nnd tin
power and the glory,"
The eve lids llutteiecl fnlntl), beniU
of cold sweat stood on the bloodless
brow thorn was silence. Then scl
ence silrceeded prajer. If thore is
a nobler sceno In the history or Chi Is
tlan statesmen nnd rulers than this, I
havo not heard or II.
The Inference or iIlvlne.tnterveiitl.Mi
Is almost Irrpalutllitn u l.u.i n,..
slders that the first surgeon who hud
b ciuiuce to opernio on tliu President
waited until I)r, Sfann arrived, lie
ivas n ninn rt ..r,nl nlalliv I.... ...
was once forced to retire to a sanlU
Hum because of u mental ellstuibar.ee'
That was .veais ago. Who can siy
CllQt tllOUirlltH ffllllrtlloit III.,, u Ua
Hlnod beside tho wounded Piesldent
i no gteatest oppoitunity or n stir
geon's liro was befoio him. but he -h
niembernl. Illu m..u. I. m, n ..a n ..i...
slclan arose nnd rouciuured him and
nm uiiiiiiiiuu no waiieu tin il"
Mann came He had made the grrnt
est fill, rlllprt 1. i.l.v utr Int. r.n.l.l ..inl..
lor tin. sake eif the nation
l no time lias not jet come when
the Inner story or this histoilc bedsld
kicnn inn In l.ila ri .itlil e.. ...
. ..... ..... Hu ... v i, .111111 ,1111 II, IF
many choids nml cause too much pain
Hut tint events or that tlrst drendli 1
la will do much to exalt the laun
nnd itatm or American surger
Thcie were 99 deaths In Honolulu
In the month of September. Thu
monthly death rnte per thousand wa
Marriages reported for the month
hcie 52. nnd births .11.
D nationality the deaths were 31
Hawaiian, 27 Chinese, 11 Portuguese,
U Japanese, 1 Hittlsh, ii United State!
and fl others,
t'n.lcr one jenr or age theie died 2fi
persons, from one to live is, five to ten
4, ten to twenty IS, twenty to thirty 12.
thirty to forty 13. fort) to fifty 0, fifty
to sixty fi, slxtv to seventy 5, over sev
Two deaths wero.of non-residents.
Of post mortem examinations there
tvere B, deaths Investigated 6, still
bliths B, Coroner's liupiosts t
Causes of .loath are thus summarized-
febrile 10, diarrheal , dietetic 3,
constitutional (Including 1.1 of tuber
culosis) 20, developmental 7 nervous
111. cli dilatory 1, respiratory 13. diges
tive 13, urinary 2 osseous and Inte
gumentary 1, accident and violent e J
homicide 1, suicide ,
High Sheriff Drown vl!l this after
noon select Juror'for a lire Inquest In
the case of the recent blare In the Hall
ey Cjelerj cm King street near Ala
ken. The Jur) will meet, choose a
foreman and then n.lfniirii to n Liter
date. The railing of the Jury comes
about at the reouest of the fiianram.
companies Intenstnt In the properly
uestroe.i. i;ver since the night of tne
(lie there have been hints of Incendiar
ism and there Is a iiosslbilltv tli.it
something more than hints will come
out lit the coming deliberations of the
Htock HxchanjVc CummlttecH.
'Hie following standing committees
feu the Honolulu Stock Hxe haiige have
been appointed to serve during the tu
Membership II Annltage, 1'. SI.
Lewis. V V, lliown
Investigation J II I'Mirr. I" litis
tare. W si. (lirfard
Kxcentlve It V Shingle, It. Aiuil
tape. V. A. Love
I limner W SI nlfTaid
furlime. A o LovoMn
Arhltintlon-' Hustuce, J
A J Campbell
Stock Llst-W p. UttIl
H V Shingle
CAPTAIN McCLURIPH llll
Cai.tnlll Ml f 'inn. rnr,.i.... ..r ....
- , ., iuiiiiii; ii. .j
bark lolanl, which wns run Into an I
sunk off the Cnlllornla coast about two
vearH mm Im. iimm nii . ..
,. ,, . -v.. hi.i-ii .uilllllilllCI i
iiiu uig lour-masied ship Port tli'orge
vice Captain Storse, retired
Captain MoClure Is well known .it
this port and Is einu of the oldest sklu
perH In the employ or Blower t Co.
I rom the CobbI thu Port Oeorge will
take a eaigo or luiubei to Port Plrbi
and load coul at N'l.uc.iaiin r.n. n.t.
poit. tr she gets here In time It Ii
probable that she will take- n load o.
sugar around the Horn rrom heio or
London hns fill .Hrf.,r..,.. ......
?:TX,X!,' a Z tU:' 7"; '"' "' "- -"" f-e"! K
ers rounded n little over 7oi iininiini.i ,i,.,.. j .. . . T . . '"
, BABBITT .'.'.'.'..'
8IMERSON ., ".
SCATTERING ' "'
In nddittnn to thu coupons to be cut
from the first pago of the Hulletln,
now stib&rrlbeis are to be given re
ceipts with coupons nttiidied, entitling
them to votes as tolloiva:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
thorn coupons are detachable, and
must be torn rrom the subscription re
ceipts and depnaltcd In tho ballot box
the same ns tho llrst pago coupons. It
vs. Ill ho seen that for ?S, the subscrip
tion pilco of the Hvcnlng Hulletln for
ouo )car, 750 votes aie allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas the same
-minimi of money would buy only ipo
""" " "-'" ",r "'' copies oi iuo;iu prm that time tho names will 'jo
Hulletln on the street. The sum of il published.
They Average Scarcely
WITH SHIPSHAPE FORM
Exception Taken to Sweeping Reflec
tions of Dishonesty Upon Fire
Claims in General by
Chinese claims were again befoio the
Fire Claims Commission this morn-
Inc. This series Is eif hiillil.lii.il
claimants for personal propel t) de
stiojecl In the plague flics.
The CoinmlUloncrs express them
selves ns IllllhW nleimed with ll.n nr.
.derty shape In which all Chinese claims
'have been picseiitid. With regard to
these small personal claims now being
heind thi're Is a prima facie aspect of
good faith about them Those heard
thls rooming will nveiagc m nicely J 100
each and Chairman P. U' Mfirrnrlniin
'miIiI at noon that he doubted If the list
a a whole would average more than
"In nnswei to our ,iieHtlons." said
Sir Slacrurl.ine, "It appeared that the
claimants hud lived In the Islands fur
P'rloils langlng from live jeais to
thllt-llC Vl-nrs JfllW- It la Irvmnn.
able to believe, knowing as we do tho
tin Iff. of the Chinese, that he must up
an exceptional specimen of the rac
who bus not accumulated at least
Id worth of piopertj In the nveragn
of such peilo.ls of residence."
Commissioner I (1 Pratt tn. sing to
a reporter, took exception to the Invl
.lions comments of the Star upon tho
ilalms In general,
"It treats the clilimints tu sweeping
I terms as If dishonest) were the rule
'with them" said Mr Pratt "As a
matter of fact the palpably exorbitant
-lalms nre exceptional, forming really
but a small percentage, of the whole"
, - ,.
fOllli Mllltlh lltia lilinli nrt-n.it, ..1 ...
,thc charr- of stealing chalk pencils
and tho like Irom the night sihool
ack oi miwnialiao Church The 'M
lowing bo)H we-re also nnested today
and are being held us vritnossos 'n
Martin's ease!' Jlmmle Hlnnche John
.Martin No 2. and Willie Andrn.le
I) iv Id l)ii) ton bus been appointed
administrator of the estate of ni.if
Jllergstiom, deceased under bond ol
-( I lie estate Is valued at $.'S0O,
beljig nil realty. The heirs arc thei
wl.lnn and three children.
..... ....,. ....
.!-. .... ...n, uiiii ins piiiie is neing
tt.1.1... liv A I !..
will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty single copies of the Hullellu
with the newsbo)s or ut the business
office. This amount of money, If ex
changed for n receipt for n six months'
mibscilptloii to the Hulletln, will so
euro 350 votes. One dollar for one
year's subset Iptlon to the weekly edi
tion entitles the subserluer to 100
Tho prlzo otiorcd by tho Hulletln Is
on exhibition In tho window of II. !'.
Wlchmnu, 617 Tort street, nnd wll, bo
piesenteil to tho pla,ver receiving tho
gieatest ntimocr of votes .it thu closo
of tho contest Oct. 15.
Votes doposlted nt this ollleo will
bo Included nmoiic tho scattering until
tho contestntit linl received n total of
' w sra mm
Ananias Dlas an old Porto Itlcan,
vcrj much emaciated and with every
appearance of being In extreme!) bid
health appejred before Judge Dhkoy
this morning on the charge of 1,1
gralie) He was arrested )esterila)
Afternoon b) Olllcer Apana. for beg
ging nlms along on King street and
when searched nt the police station,
he sum of $S.J1" wns found
Attorn?) Kaulukou who appeared for
the defendant, tried his best to get
fudge Dleke) to put the case over un
til tomorrow nnd this was about to 1.
done when the defendant asked to have
his ease go right on then and there.
Ananias had nbsolutel) no ease It
was found that he had been Ix-gglng on
the streets of Honolulu for a month
01 two past He asked the Judge to be
ens) with him and promised to Icivi
the countr) nt the very first opportun
ity All the pleading of the defendant
and tlie citations of Attorne) ixniilukoj
from the lire of Christ did not avail
eitiil Ananias was sent to Jail for two
II IKY THIRTEEN
The (ir.unl Jury b) Its foreman, II.
Knwaiinnako.i, this morning reported
to the Circuit Court before Judge dear
that, after roll Investigation, the bills
or Indiitment bad been Ignored In tlm
following cases: ,
1 Kaulwalu, charged with ma)hem.
2. Ah Cluing, lurceuy second de
gree. 3. rom Aukal. alias Komollllll, lar
ceii) sciond degree.
t. Ah Slug. Inrceii) second degree
o Apua, nm bein.
fi Kalioohiill, ninyhem.
7 William Peir) .Ir malicious In
i S T.innka malicious Injury
D Hnnale Kiillko. malicious Injur)
) Id Knlani and Ke.ni, malicious In
11 lino ninth Ions Injury.
12 l.ono Knlnlkl, ombelomcnt.
13 John Wulin malicious Injur)
Thus the Rraml Jirry nis discovered
what the .world has been vnlnl) seek
ing for centuries, the lucky thirteen
POLICU COURT NOTLS.
The follonliig cases were illspo"!
or In tho Police Court this rorenoon.
Lewis Lnngredd, larceny In the second
degree-, nolle prosil.; Heue-detn aud
J. I' Klguoredo. selling liquor witn
cut n license $(Ml and costs each,
both elefendaiits pleading guilty; !)
nilngo Pncheco. vagrancy tbegglm
alms on the streets or Honolulu), tw )
weeks Imprisonment nt hard labor.
SI V nscotleetl.iii fiMufii.lt n.i. I I.........
on A. Slnrmon, two weeks' linprlsu'i.
u.'uc iii iiurii lauor.
In the Cnso llf 'ilnr.nn..ill,.a II.a .Ir.
iendnnt said that he did not knov.-
ii.iti... i... i.i ..i . ...
.......... I hi- n.M.ii, ,neiiii gum) i,,
would tlrst have to see the ninn I o
wns nlleged to have assaulted H
wns given the opportunity and was sin
imlnrlv silent nriiipuiie.l.i ee.in
tenia) 'r tight sentence! uml toda) rt
-i-iitii ui line iiaiure, v nscoiii ellos
will have n nionth to do
A Porto Itlcan was arrested tbU
morning by Olflcer Palcnapa on tin
"hurgo of irunUenness His stutci wa
Slllb that Hie fieri, mil,, nm I.,,.... l.i .
name On the. man's person were
iwiiu.i mi. union nig nrtlc'cs A pun.'
with some small change, a brass las
riom Oahti plantation, No. 1174;
package or tobacco, nnd. Inst but nut
least, a eako or soap that boro i-v.
deuces or having been used.
The Merchants' Parcel'Delivery
Delivers packages tnvany
part or the city ror luc up
ward)). Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts or the Ualted
States and I'.urope.
Ollleo, 11)17 Hethcl St.,
opposite Honolulu SInrket.
HONEST WEAR FOR THE MONEY
18 WHAT UVI1RY IIUYER WANTS AND KXPIJCT8.
So it Makes No Difference
What prlceJ shoe vou buy from us
you can dejenJ on having your
MONHY'S - WORTH.
Pleasing Styles, Pleasing Wear at
Pie nine Prices Is Wnat Pleases Our
Trade. : : : . :
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
PitiOK 5 Okkts.
His Appeal Abandoned
By San Francisco
TERM OF SIX MOM IIS
TOR CRUELTY TO SAILOR
Judge Estee Declines to Accept tie
Surrender of Defendant Until
Receipt of Oicial
Captain Y 0 Kodergren master of
the bark llesner wanted 1.1 Hiirr..
dcr himself to the United Sin.pa III-
trlct Court this morning, so as to b
l-ent to Oihu prison lo serve his sen
tence, but Judge Kstec could not e
cept his poison at that time.
W A. Kliine) appeared with Ci'
tain Sodergren ns his counsel not
slated the preparedness o. the bond
men to surrender the bailee and le
eclve their own discharge. The- pr
Hug was ventured on tlio suggei
Hon that Captain Sodergren's appeal
had been discontinued In the Circuit
Court or Appeals ror the is'lnth JuiP
elnl Circuit ot thu L'nlted States it
There wns no otllel il notlllcntlon t
band however Hint the appeal hal
been dismissed Judge Kmpi. then-.
fere stnted that be could not nee out
Captain Sodergren vnluntnr) su
re nder If tho bondsmen chose to
give hint up the Court could only or
der the commitment of the defendant
to Jail to await official advices regard
lug the status of his appeal Onlv
when a remittitur arrived from Hi.,
npp. Hate court would It be advlsabll
to roclvo the derendnnt nnd commit
him to prison ror serving tho term it
Caplnln Sodergren and First Jla '
Stewart were convicted bv n fun In
the lVdernl court here or assaulting
1 sailor upon the high sens. It holm:
on the vo)age or the bark Ileal, r
fiuui Newcastle X S W. to this port.
The testlmon) was that the sailor had
been beaten with nsts. root and a be
In) lug pin Til.) were sentenced tn
Impilsonmeut at hard labor, the inns
ter tor six months and the luato ror
eight months. In Oahti prison. Hot 1
U'fenilants noted nn appeal, but that
ol Slownrt was not perre-cted. and Im
Is now sen lug out his sentence.
It was found expedient to ctnplnv
local couiifel nt San Francisco M
prosecute captain Sodergren a appeal
Sir. Frank wns engaged. Unofuclnl
.wont nirhod b) the Mariposa that St
Finnk bad dismissed the appeal, whlc.l
Mind confirmation enough all but legnl
I) In the arrival by the. same steamer
of the appellant to surrender himself
1 Deputy District Attorney Dunne ha I
intended going to Snn Francisco tn
light the appeal both on technlcit
points and the merits of the cnso
Hy the .Mariposa's mall no received n
prlvato letter from the District Attor
ney or San Francisco, stating that tho
appeal had been dismissed. The ret
urn given for Sir Frank's abandon
ment of the easo Is that tne expenm
or pi luting the tianscrlpt or ucorl
Would bo too great
It Is expected that .no remittitur
fiom the appellate Court will be 1 ,.
celved within twelve di)s at the out
fide. Sir. Kinney said In court tlmr.
under the circumstances, he preferrt I
that the defendant remain out on ball
lii'the nn aniline, ns his surrender noev
Invoheil bis confinement in Jnll f)r
aji unknown period before beginning
tu serve his senteucu.
1 The agents of tho American Hawaii
an steamships have been greatly ate
no)od of lato by the tliott or many
smnll article's which have been tnkon
from broken boxej and crates among
the cargo put uut by the big steamers
nt the railroad wharf. Among th
goods taken wire claret, beet nnJ
A stilct watch Is hereafter to bo
kept and special policemen wilt bu em
plc.)od to look utter people on tha
whaif who have no business there.
That is What We
Always Give Yon
Every Shoe In our store
Is selected with a view
toubUln the very best
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