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XYLOPHONES RIIND READY SALE
Attractively display their
goods. But the merchant mutt
first get the buyer to com to
hi (tore to tee them. Adver
tisement In the Bulletin
bring the de tired result.
when Advertised in the bulletin
Above your door may be read
by a few people, but you can
no' carry It around o all the
people can read It. Tell the
people through the Bulletin
what you have.
Vol. XI. No. 1970.
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Two Opposing Factions
at Territory Stables .
SITUATION LOOKS LIKE .
Andrade Will Probably Withdraw
Details of Yesterday's Meeting
, and Summoning of Foot
Whnt It to lie the outcome nf tho
rlvll war out at tho Territory Stable
Is a question that is being asked la
many quarters todaj. That there will
'crtalnly be eomc development bo
fore many Hours have passed by seems
to be the opinion chared by many nf
IboBO who havo followed tho unpleas
antness that has existed between tho
two factions for some time past. Sumo
even go so far as to suggest a fistic en
counter. Such a result will certainly
be stopped by'IIlRh Sheriff llrown, who
has his eye on the stables at the pres-'
A meeting of the shareholders of
the Territory Stables' Company wag
tailed for yesterday. Thcru were plea
ty enough present to make up tho re
quired quorum, and the business for
which the meeting was called was
immediately taken up. Dr. Sbaw, Ce
cil llrown and J. Mclnerny had sent
In their resignations nnd these were
taken up and accepted. Tt lnlgll bo
etated Just here that the cause of tbo
resignation of the three directors men
tioned was that they i.nd sold out their
stock to Henry Jaeger. The new u.
rrctorH were then chosen ns follows:
Henry Jaeger, W. W. Chamberlain
and P. S. Thomas.
J. F. Colbum, who icpresenls tho
Interests of John Anclrailo us opposed
to dun. Schumau. sent in a protest
against the holding of the meeting,
claiming there was no provision In tho
by taws for the election of new officer
and directors to fill vacancies; there
fere, any work transacted would cer
tainly be Illegal. Although Mr. Alt
drado himself was present, he had also
banded In a written protest against
the meeting on the same grounds as
thoso brought out by Mr. Colburn.
, Tho shareholders did not sec tho
matter in that 'light, and procnedfi.
with the business of electing tho new
directors, paying no attention what-.,
ever to the protests.
Immediately upon the election of the
new directors there was a meeting of
the board of directors at which tho
following wero present: E. A. Mott
Smlth, (lu. Schuman, II. A. Jaeger,
F. 8. Thomas, W. V. Chamberlain
nnd Morris Keohokalole. The last
named director stated that ho had a
doubt as to whether the election of
the directors, just accomplished, had
been regular or not. In view of this
doubt on his part, he withdrew from
tuo meeting, leaving five director to
It was then voted by tho majority
of tho directors that John Andrado
be requested to hand In his resigna
tion. F .3. Thomas was thereupon
wiected manager of tho stublcR. Mr.
Andrado was notified of the uctlon but
Im refused to resign and stood at hi
This action was of course expected,
but .the directors did not care to force
things Just at tnat time but preferred
rather to consult their attornoy and
the High Sheriff. Doth these stated
that they believed the directors would
b't Justified in using force to oust Mr.
At about 6:30 o'clock Mr. Thomas
was Installed as (tho new manager but
still Andrado refused to budgo. Mean
while ho telephoned to '-?s friends, and
reinforcements soon arrived. John
Wise enmo In from tho football game
and Prince Cupid Kalanianaole, Carlo
Long and J. P. Colburn and his broth
er arrived a littlo later, thus forming a
fine football team to repel invasion.
After dark men 'were stationed
about the stable ana a strict watch
was kept on the placo all night.
At the noon hour today there was
o change In tho situation at tho Ter
Everybody knows that
College Hills, with Its'flno
air, good'viowB, water sup
ply, car service and good
neighborhood is Honolulu's
Hut not everyone realizes
that College Hills lots aro
o much lower priced than
those in the hot, low-lying
district, with no view or car
A thlrd-of an aero lot for
4900 Is only 6 cents' per
Easy terms, too. Consult
tbo Sales Agents. ,
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
ritory Stable. Mr. Andrado was
down town consulting his attorneys,
Messrs. Klnnoy, IJallou ft McClanahan,
and tho tort was bolng held by John
II. Wise, who went on duty, at about
5 o'clock last evening and nad had no
The Schuman aggregation was down
town talking over the affair and wait
ing for some move on ,no part of the
Andrade men. Mr. Schuman bad the
following to say regarding tho situa
tion: 'The Andrado faction havon't
a leg to stand on. 'iho by-law from
which they took their cuo regarding
tho Illegality of yesterday' meeting
wero the old ones. Now one havo
been adoriicd and duly signed." Mr.
Scbuman then showed tho reporter tho
ronowing clauso of the by-laws:
Article 12 Tho stockholder may
at any stockholders' meeting transact
any business of the company and In
struct the directors upon any particu
lar point. ' '
It was whispered around at the
noon hour that Mr. Andrade bad been
advised by his attorneys tu give up tho
managership and retire without mak
ing any kind of a fuss. Mr. Andrade
was aeon by a, Bulletin reporter at
12:30 o'clock and ho statod tbat noth
ing had yet been decided on.
At 2 o'clock It wac learned from
the Territory btablc that tho two
opposing factions wero engaged in dis
cussing a compromise which seemed
to gie promise of an immediate satis
factory adjustment of affairs. It was
also learned that Mr. Andrado would
probably withdraw peaceably a man
ager of tho Territory Stables.
OPTION TO THE GAYS
GIVEN FOR SIXTY DAYS
Local Parties at Las Agree on
Price Offer Hade to
W. G. Irwin By
The matter of tho purchase of the
Island of 1-anul by tno Gays oi Kauai,
which has been hanging fire lor soma
time. Is now llkoly to bo consummated,
neforo tho steamer sailed yesterday
nn option for sixty da)B on tho Inter
ests of Mrs. I'aul Neumann, W. 11.
Pain and P. II. Hnyselden wng given
tho Oays at an agreed price, lor their
Interests, of ISZO.OOO. The. land held
by thcHC parties comprises about two-
thirds or tho island, eomo or it being
ill fee slmplo and somo of It under
Tho steamer yestorday took tbo
offer to W. a. Irwin for his third of
tho Island, which be holds in fco sim
ple, and It Is understood that about
1150.000 was offered for It.
As tho matter now rests, unless Mr.
Irwin will sell his share, tho deal will
not go through. Should It be consum
mated, however, tho Island, Including
the purchase prlco and tho stock of
sheep and beef cattle to bo pastured
there, will represent a value closo to
half a million dollars.
A MUSICAL TREAT, THURSDAY.
TRUSTEES Will SELL
James F. Morgan and C. A. Rice
were this morning appointed trustees
by tho director ot the Stock Yards
Ci to close up the business of the cor
cern. They have thirty days In which
to sell all the goods, horses, vehicles
and real estate of the corporation. For
a time the property of the corporation
will be offered at private sale and then
a public auction will bo held ot thing
remaining on hand. The action of the
directors in closing up the business Is
because In starting up again tho con
cern would be brought Into active com
petition with Beveral welt, equipped
stables and the opportunity tor con
trolling business formerly done would
Under present conditions It will be
possible to sell out and realize almost
dollar for dollar on the Investment.
Even with tho heavy loss by fire so
good has been the management of thc
Stock Ynrds that but a small loss on
the original Investment will bo felt.
For groceries, ring up Blue 911.
Plant to Alexander,
The plans for the new road up Tan
talus as determined by recent surreys,
were sent by the Public Works Depart
ment to S. T. Alexander in tho City of
Peking yesterday. As soon as he I
heard from, the work ot building tbe
road will bo started. Tbe line ot the
load can easily be followed now by the
cuts through the thick lantana, made
recently by Japanese for the purposes
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Package shipped o
all part of the United
States and Europe.
Offlco, 1047 Bethel St,
opposlto Honolulu Market
Deputy Sheriff Andrew
Cox Does Some
Good Work. .
PORTO RICAN LABORERS
FOUND WUH PLUNDER
Plantation Store Entered aid Goods
Stolen Four Silrer Watches
Porto Itlcans are becoming a ob
noxious to the people of Walalua a
they have already become In Honolulu.
The same trouble that has been expert-
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nationality began to straggle In front
the plantation Is now being experlcnc-
cd in tho district mentioned. Of late.
1-orto means al Walalua. hwrtmnbe-
come Bomewhat used to the- teutkasys
round about, bavc taken to stealing:
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chickens and anything they can lay
their hands on. They are never arrest-
ed for affray or assault and battery but
rather for offenses which calh Into'
requisition thoso skulking, sneaking
i,ni,n whirh nw n nntlrenliln In the
Torto Rlcans, criminally Inclined. They
never care to get Into
vi hero fists arc used.
Walalua has been bothered by petty
thieves for a long time bnt not until
last Sunday night was anything of very
great magnitude done. At this time,
the plantation store of the Honolulu
Agricultural Company was entered by
means, of a front window which was
pried open. I
The fact that there had been a rob-
bery committed was not known until
the next morninc. Ilenutv Sheriff An-
irew.uu w "vumu " '' '
r-. u.M asAfrlMAil iliit'e4nm
was srurcnea m . wumw iuidoiur.
From the appearance of things, more
than one person had entered the store,
The goods on the shelves -hod been
j a i. .. .. It a I.-...
gcrchleS takings and the like to7en
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JM.-J!UI,y OUVJIIU V-V IJVMi V llUUBtJtJ m HUB IUBLUULC WUH IUI Ol-
certain suspicions which Implicated a teen year a clerk In tno law office
.. m.... i.....i t...i tr. ,..,.( it,. i.t inni Mmimnnn. who In that
,t, t,u hnt on fllnrH nn hl,rfHi.iperiod was three times Attorml Oon-
with .nrro.ii tn nn nf thn nlantstlon " Commissioner to Mexico, Cora
with success. In one of the plantation. u Comm,Bg,onor
houses was found the bulk of tho plnn- WashlnBton, besides -clng a mom-
der stolen from thc store. Tho thre tber , tho prUj. Councii of King Kala-
men living In the house were at home -),aua and Queen I.lliuoknlanl. Ng
at the tlmo and theso were all placed Monwar has been a resident of the
under arrest. Their names are a fol- Hawaiian Islands for nineteen years.
KAIULANI SCHOOL CHILDREN
RECALL LIFE OF LATE PRINCESS
The exercises by tho children of the
Kalulanl school In honor of the birth
day of the late Princess were held tn
tho Bchnolhouse this arternoon, begin
ning at 12:30. That these were not
held jestcrday was. due to tho unavoid
able absence of tuo principal, and not
because the date of the anniversary had
been forgotten or Intention to slight
Following Is tho progrnm:
To Princess Kalulanl
By Robert Louis Stevenson
Extract from a Honolulu Newspaper
Song Sleep, O Sleep
Bells Aloha Oe
Kalulanl (Poem) By Henry Wals-
Bells Nearer, My Clod, To Thee. ,
(By Robert Louis Stevenson.)
Forth from her land to mine, she goes,
Tho island maid, the Island rose;
Light of heart and bright of face,
The daughter of a double race.
Her Islands here, in southern sun,
Shall mourn their Kalulanl gono,
And I, In her dear banyan shade.
Look vainly for my little maid.
But our Scot's Island far away
Shall glitter with unwonted day,
And cast for once their tempest by.
To smile in Kalulanl' eye.
(Written upon tho occasion ot the
PilnccBs leaving her homo here, for
The lata Princess Kalulanl wa
greatly beloved and respected by all
who knew her. Her personal attrac
tions wero many and notable. She bad
a pleasant face, a sympathetic voice,
and was gracious to all. Sho was a
scholar ot many accomplishments, wa
a muslcjan, a painter and a most en
tertaining conversationalist In several
languages. She dearly loved all her
low: Hlpollta Feliciana, Augustine
Varga and Angel Morcljo.
There ws a visitor In the houso with
tbe three plantation laborers but he
proved beyond a doubt that he had had
nothing to'do with the robbery and was
not detained br tne police. The cases
of the other three men will come up for
trial In tbe District Court of Walalua
Deputy Sheriff Cox come to town thl
mornlne with an Insane native. Alkak.
by name, In his custody. The unfor
tunate fellow hst been sent oer to th
WILL LEAVE FOR STATES
WITH PARTY OF FRIENDS
Trip Will Be For
sore Only and
Not .on Bu3i- -
At a dinner given at walklhl Jen
Iflnl.v fri tfi mnnt Intlmntn ft-lntula
.. n , . . ..
oi viueen i,umoiam u was nnnounc-
cd that ahe and party would leave for
,,.. HI al.lnt.,l lv.ru u.uir. .ml tin In
Wngn,n(,,on , tlm'u for thc opcnI1K ot
,)" will be accompanied by a party
ot fiends and 'personal retainers and
probably by Delegate Ilobcrt Wilcox
nnd wife. Tho exact date of tho do
parturo has not yet been determined
jt wu ba,,f bo ,at0 ,hu month
op n' jycm!,,,,.,
jjrt jt q. Carter seen regarrt" the
'proposed trip, said that he now of uo
political or business significance al
tachlng to the visit. Tho Queen has
been nnxlou for somo tlmo to mako
a. visit to tbo Bast and see friends
hero, and Is tnklng the present oppor-
tunlty of doing to.
HEAR MADAME BELLE COLE.
NG MONWAR . UWVER.
Ng Monwar Is now a legal practl-
tienor. Judge dear yesterday granted
him a license to practice in tno l)ls-
trict Courts of all tho i-tdlc M r'.il
of. the. Territory and before tbe Circuit
JUuges at COdlllbvIS OU ayj.ual u -II
Bttorney-at-law for the term of two
year from date. Ho mado appllca-
tlon on the 6th and was examtued
on tbo 9th Inst., receiving his license
am ali-oa.tv a.n.iwl. Kit Mnnwnr tin-
lieve.To Is the first Chinese to receive
a license for the practice of law In the
United States, although many of his
countrymen within orty years past
jiavo studied in me law bchooib. iuu -
o o o o o o o o o o o oo
own people and was friendly to the
Death Is no respecter of persons. It
cut the most sacred ties. It pays no
heed to station or age.
Princess Kalulanl had had ho'r full
measure of sorrow. She was left moth-
erlcss at a tender ugo. She wa taken
from her own lund and educated
abroad. In contemplation she always'
had high hopes and splendid ambition (By Henry Walswortu Kinney.)
with relation to her career among her The forest throve In thc summer air
people. Those i.opes vanished all at And sang as the wind from the ocean
once like when tho sunlight seemingly blew, '
leaves when a black and heavy cloud And stronger and fairer each slender
comes out of the mountains. Sho tree.
commanded tho highest respect by the In the shade ot the royal palm tree
nttltudo which she assumed wheni grew,
these severe disappointments came.
But It Is grand to think ot her aB look- And the wind came In from the dark
Ing to the future Instead of grieving blue Sea,
and Idling over the past I But now It grew rough and harsh and
I want to add my flower to her I cold,
wreath, as I am sure does every parent And roaring in fury It came to fight
and child In Hawaii nel. Love I a Tbe dark green forest It friend of old.
flower transplanted from Heaven and
oil who knew Kalulanl loved her. iTho royal palm spread out Its arms
Thcro is a lesson in the life and death And fought for tho children it loved so
of this lovely young woman. Life here well,
Is fragmentary, broken, Incomplete. It Till, broken and shattered. Its mighty
Is tho lot of all to meet with dlsap- ( crown
polntments and reverses and to fall to Through the crashing boughs of the
reallzo fond hopes or noble Ideals. For forest fell,
tbat reason all should look to another! . .
life. In the long ago a man came to Then came a lull and the wind did rest,
this world from Heaven and told us
that the things which had been brok-
rii ucia nuuiu ug iiiciiueu ill ilia ueru
after, that the opportunities could be
worked out satisfactorily Sho has
gone to that home. In your lives fol
low her example. Do not waste time
upon tho past to look and struggle
onward nnd upward.
BLEEP, O SLEEP.
Now sleeps tho Darling of her rnco;
rrom all Is hid her lovely face,
ror warmth of sprlug but death and
Have brought to her we mourn and
And pray to Qod her soul to keop.
HnVPrnnr Flnlo atlH Mr
WCI IIUI UUIBdilU Wll .
Dole With Board
COST OF FIGHTING
THE HAMAKUA FIRE
Removal of Historical Flagpole
Account of Instability Two
Hore Liquor Licenses
tiou'riior Dole aud J. 11. Uud, Su
perintendent ol I'ubllc Works, will at
tend tne meeting 01 the lloard of
health this nlteruoon, lor tbe purpose
ol conferring wltn mat body on the
matter ol the stone blasting and crusn
lnR opt.rn,ions at tho insane Asylum
mmrry, lMn wn8 announced at the
Uocrnors Council today.
With the (lover jr were present
Messrs. Iloyd (I'ubllc Works), Wrlgni
(treasury), Atkinson (huucatldu) and
Uoyd (I'ubllc l.ands). .
Superintendent Lloyd Btatcd tbat the
cost of fighting tho llamakua fire up
to October 1 was ubout $3uOU.
It was decided tu taku duwu the
llHgpolu in the Judiciary building yard,
as It Is Iiimm ure at the base and there
fore unsafe to the public. The sugges
tion was entertained that the stick
might be presumed to sonio school
wt)cn crectcd mnnv )cara ngo UIllIej
the raomuchy ,t ,ag )vnovsn ..thfl
Doernor flagstaff," from which the
Hawaiian ling was llowu to Indicate
various public functions.
Ji. X. Almy was granted a roouwaj
of his liquor license for walklla inn.
Junius Kaae was granted a ngat
wine and beer license for Kapaa, Ka-
I uui. nn uiu recuuiuivuuttiiuu ui iuu
The flarnard Company's circus of
varieties gave another excellent per
formance last night to a crowded tent.
Tho work as a whole was really better
than on tho two previous nights. Thcro
were a lot of new Jokes nnd there was
a lot of snap put Into every act Mis
Daisy St. Leon was charming In her
bareback ttct and St. Leon himself as
thc clown mnwli WM Irreslstably
tTJl.... ... l,n.tt Ilia tout hat
1nl,od,um," f? X L?. ,i?Li!
night looking Into the ladles' dressing
room, slashing the canvas with knives
and throwing stones and bricks Into
tbe Interior. One ot these latter mis
siles struck the piano at which Mrs.
Ueverlcy was seated and fell on the key
hoard. A little lower, and tho lady
would have been seriously Injured.
o o o o o o o o o o o o o
By tender bands her form was uorne
To that old, church she would adorn,
By priest and choir her dirge was sung
While throbbing heart with anguish
Since her sweet spirit hence has fled
And knew bcr body was but dead.
The trees even bent In their hopeless
oui ui(tu in me tup w Mil rujm miiu
Shone tho bursting bud of a bright new
lnev loveu lne Dua nn" ,,lclr "wcoiesv
i ' D0V BatZ ror " ns lne """"sni snone,
uniu one morning tucy uui awanu
And found tho life of tnelr darling
Tho wind sweeps In from tho dark blue
Tho forest Is bending It weary bead,
The trees are drooping and falling
j Their hope Is gone the royal palm Is
There were no poilce officers on the
outside. Lieut. Gardner and other offi
cers were on the Inside out could not
get to the place where the hoodlums
were stationed In time to catch the
rascals. A sharp lookout will be kept
MAY COMB TOMORROW.
Tho Alameda, from San Krancisco.
Is due hero Saturday morning on her
first trip slnco being rebuilt. Shu I
on the regular seven day schedule, but
It is thought that she will mako the
oage in less time.
In leaving Sun Francisco her en-'
glnes will bo In charge of a crow
from the lllsdon Iron Works, who re
built them, nnd It Is possible that stao
will be pushed along at a good rato ot
speed. Leaving San Krancisco at 2
o clock on the l'Jtli. she should arrive
here some time tomorrow. At i
o'clock tomorrow nlicnioon she will
hae been out six iln)s, but as sho ha
made much better time than this wltn
her old machinery it Is mora than
piobablc that she will do her best on
the first trip. Her contract speed I
now sixteen knots, but on her trial
trip she developed seventeen knots an
A largo crowd of passengers Is ex
pected lu bur and Bha will have all the
Height sue can carry.
REPORT OF MASTER
ON GUARDIAN'S ACCOUNT
Income Added to Principal in Year
1900 Heavy Investments Made
In Kahuku Plantation
Krul V. MlUerton, minster, hnn sub
mitted a report of oletcn pages of
f i. tinu. rlt tttn Inrrnl -fi t nn (tin onnnri 1
account of Qcorge It. Carter, guardian,
of tho estate of II. A. 1'. Carter and
(jrnco Carter, minors.
Thc total value ot tho estate on De
cember 31, 1899, ns Judicially recorded,
nas $71,619.01, or which $1719 01 con
sisted of i ash In hand.
Ainoug the securities bought us in
vestments In 1900 wero Oahu Ilailw
0 per cent etonds amounting to $2M)0
and Kahuku Plantation G per cent
bonds amounting to $7000 besides
which a promissory note for $1000 was
taken secured by stock of Alexander
& Daldwin, Ltd., of $10,000 par value.
The Inventory ot the estate show a
total valuation of $78,002.07, which, aa
will be seen, Is an Increase ot $7000
From procteds of securities sold
since the beginning of this year the
guardian bad purchased one $1000 6
per cent bond of Ookala Plantation nnd
21 Kahuku Plantation bonds, all at
a total price, with Interest and prem
iums Included, of $22,313.42.
On September 30 of this year the
guardian filed nn account for the ear
1900 lu a new form, which ho desired
Biibstltutrd for the account filed on
Fcbtuary 13. because It shows raorSj
clearly the condition of the estate, ills-)
tlngulshlng better between principal)
and Income and setting out changes tn (
"This proposed substitute account,"
the master saja, "showing amounts re
ceived on account of income, $10,465.
33; charges on account of Income,
$3101 03; balance of Income transferred!
to principal. $7001.28; cash In hnnd,
$1862.07, and amount of principal in
vested (Including cash on hand), $78,-
662 07, correctly shows the condition ot
the estate on the 1st dny of January,
A. D. 1901.
"My examination of the accounts of
the guardian was a careful and minute
one, and I found them very accurate."
The wards are the children of th
lata CharloB L. Carter, their mother
being now Mrs. Davis of New York.
RAIMUNO PECHOTSCH, VIOLIN.
BARNEY JOY'S CAPTURP.
Barnc) Joy, one of tho special police
officers, scored a success today that
shows him to be a most observant
member of the local force.
In July, a warrant came from Hlla
for the arrest of Nishlda on tbe charge
of embezzling his cmplojcr, Onomn
by name, out ot $100. This was put In
the hands of Officer Tomn but that offi
cer did not seem to be very successful
In tno capture of tbe man.
Joy had seen a photograph of tbe
Japanese and In his wanderings had
chanced to run across a man tbat
seemed to look very much like this
photograph. Ho asked the fellow It
bo was from Hllo and a reply In tbo
affirmative, was the result. Not being
perfectly suro of his man, Joy returned
to the police station, got the photo
graph and then started out again after
Thc Japunisp gave 'a fictitious name
nt first but, on arrival at tho pollen
station, said ho was tho man wanted.
It now turns out that tbo manufac
turers of bogus dollars In tho city
havo turned out soma Hawaiian pieces
as well as a lot of American. Ono of
tho former was received In tho offlco
of tho Union Express Company today
but tho man who handed In tho piece
It known and It will bo returned to
Tho Supremo Court was still engag
ed on tlio Chinatown fire Insuranco case
.UiJltttJmBJ aSIWaEMUWFMlffaTItjTMMTr IM I .TT.-Tra
Pearl Harbor Naval
JUDGE ESTEE RENDERS ,
AN ORAL DECISION
Bishop Estate Case Comes First the
First Monday of November
New Rule of
Judge Esteo announced this morn
ing In the United Stato District Court
thnt he had decided in favor of jury
i trials for thc Pearl Harbor naval sta
tion land condemnation suit.
The decision was given orally with
out authorities or reasoning.
It was rurthcr announced tbat the
first caso of tho series. United States
against Trustees or Dernlco Patiabl
Utstiop Estate, would be called for
trial by a jury on the first Monday
These condemnation cases afford im
portant and weighty business tor the
Federal petu jury at this term, and
It Is probable that tho process of selec
tion of trial panels will be conducted
with keen discrimination by tbe at
torneys on both sides.
While tho cases of course, differ In
details of the merits, there may bo
principles involved common to all. In
that event the first one tried may con
tain elements of a test to govern the
others. Probably this Idea was in
view when Judge Estee this morning
promulgated the following new rule
Whcu various action are pending.
or when a single action is ponding
with mora than one party plaintiff or
defendant, all resting upon the same
general matter of right or defense, al
though there be no common Interest
between the parties, the court, by or
der, at Its discretion, may compel said
actions, or, in case of a slnglo action,
the claims ot tho Various parties, to be
tried together, and will enter a decree
In each cause conformably to tbe evi
dence applicable .uereto."
BELLE COLE, THURSDAY EVE.
THEY ALL AGREE
Honolulu. T. H., Oct 16.
To Whom it May Concern:
We, the undersigned, representatives
of the several contestants for the
Evening Bulletin prtxe, for the most
popular baseball player, hereby certify
that tbe count ot the rotes a given
below wa mado by us and Is correct:
A. L. MOORE, ,
83,696 for Gorman.
41,575 for Chllllngworlh.
28,179 for Robertson.
W. 8. ELLIS,
12,0io tor Thompson.
The parishioners of Rt. Andrew'
held a meeting In the Sunday school
rooms of Rt. Andrew's Cathedral Mon
day evening. F. J. Testa presided and
Solomon Mchcula acted a secretary.
The following sjnodsmen were elected
to the Sixth Diocesan Synod to bo held
In December: C. F. Pond, Solomon
Mchcula and Fred W. vood. The laat
two named were re-elected. Tho fol
lowing arc tho synodsmen bo far re
ported as being elected by tho different
parishes: Messrs. T. Cllve Davles.VW.
It. Castle, Jr., and E. a. Keen, for tbe
Second Congregation; for South Kona,
Hawaii, Edmund Stiles; for Lahalna,
Oeo. W. Hajsclden, and for Walluku,
Manl, F. J. Testa.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cent per
Soft little slippers for soft little feet.
Wo bavo them at price from $1.50
Slippers for evening wear and slip
pers for comfort about tho house.
Slippers that are stylish and slippers
that make hot weathor bearable to'tbe
Always pleased to show them
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