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u nJHffitviaff sfl
Attractively display their
goods. But tho merchant mutt
tint get the buyers to come to
his store to see them. Adver
tlsements In the Bulletin
bring the desired results.
Above your door may be read
by a few people, but you can
no' carry It around so all .tnel
people can read It. Tell the
people through the Bulletin
what you have.
WHEN ADVERTISED IIN THE BULLETIN
Vol. XI. No. 1073.
HONOLULU, TKKKITOKY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, OGTOlIKli 21 1901.
Piuoe 6 Centb.
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" Evening Bulletin -
9 4 '
1 III SERVED
Captain Sodergren Once
More in Federal
NEARLY TWO MONTH
OF SENTENCE FULFILLED
, The Grand Jury Reports Its Exoner
' ation of Captain Wallace and
' His Sureties are
r, i i. n Rrwlnrvrrn cnine Into
tho United States District Court this
morning, accompanied by his counsel
3. It. llalloit, who filed a icnilttltiir
fiom tho Court of Appalls of tho Ninth
Circuit. This paper dismissed the ap
peal of the prlsoucr from couvlctlnn of
assault on a seaman upon the liliih
Judge Esteo remanded the prisoner
.itVtho custody of the Marshal for de;
lu.rv in th. warden of OallU lirlson'SO
Wt jlsmo out tho" remainder of bis sen-
'' tenco of six months. Tho court of-
."dricd' tbat the tlmo be computed as
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'beginning on tno 3d of October, when
the defendant gave himself up, anil fur-
tlivr that the tulrtysovcn days ho
served before being admitted to ball be
credited to tbe prisoner.
Marshal Hendry gave the Informa
tion 'regarding (the tlmo. being cor
roborated by Jailor Henry. Tbe court
rf.idlly conceded the commutation, say-
.u .,11.. ...... ...1 !.. nmmil(n nn . unV.
lug ll was the peoples fnnlt that tin
i remittitur was noi nere wm-u i.aiiuui
Sodergren gave himself up. "It Is no
small mutter." said Judge Kslce. "for
.1 mnn to come two thousand mllci to
iurrender himself to the court."
The sureties were ordered dlsclmrg-
' . V. .,. n..... it.o .ru,.nnr ,
ed' on the delivery of tbe prisoner to
the DrlSIin warden.
The llrand Jury came Into court, not
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oiip niiftcmeu uviuu uvumfii n -
mil. Foroinan J. I). Atherton reported
that In the case of United Btntrs v.,
Albert Wallace "not a true inn ,
found. Judge Kte. ordered the bond
of Captain Wallace cancelled and Ui.
mlretles discharged; the question ! f J.Uo.1
defendant had 'not already bcen'dlS'
charged having been answered In the
unintuitive by Assistant District At
The court then adjourned until Ifi.
o'clock tomorrow morning,
um m uorse
Two Japanese appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on a very seri
ous charge. Mis. Atchcrley, tho lady
who swore out the warrant for the ar
rest of tho two men, gave the following
story to tbe police: "On Saturday last
1 refused to pay the Japanese their
money because they had failed to carry
out their part of the contract In con-
net t ion wltn certain work at mj piaco
"Later on, I left my house and start
ed to drive to town, for my husband.
Just as I reached the junction ot King
street and tho Kamehameha IV road, I unsettled state of the sugar market, , nl)yotlo wtbe p)ace of a'n absent mem
tho two Jupaneso who had been work-' the 'unsatisfactory labor situation, and Dir wbn has not handed In his reslgna
Ing for roe. Jumped from a .hiding the great expenditures. In permanent !i,.n -ei....... i. ih.-i.hni.uiin.. ii-i-.
place at tho sldo of thu road and threw
empty kerosene oil tins under my
hnpe Thu nnlmnt heenm fr Ichlened
and ran away. John Shllef, a German;
stopped my norso.
The Japanese have been committed
to thu next term ot the Circuit Court
David Lawrence & Co., Ltd., are now
having their first annual clearance sale
and are selllug good cigars tor little
Everybody knows that
Collegp Hills, with Its One
air, good views'; water sup
ply, car service and good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
.Hut not Qveryono realizes
that College, Hills lots are
so much lower priced than
those In the hot, low-lying
district, with no vlow or car
A thlrd-of-un-acre lot for
$900 Is only 6 conts per
Easy terms, too. Consult
tho Sales Agents,
NcClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & La ni dale.
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O J"ea"nsuBiMasaBUHHisBauuufaMHHaf3nnvejiuBuui(aiaaHHHHHHHHaH rlMHsSBHHHBHHMHHnWHMlT allfe W i BjjjtaiK t
MAKES HJK IMP
For onco Hllo will bnvo no kick
about the lata arrival of foreign mall.
On Saturday afternoon tho steamer
KInau sailed for tho big Island, taking
most of the Potto Rtcan laborer, who
arrived In tho steamer City of' 1'ara,
and ths Coast mall arriving In the Ala
meda. Tho vessel arrived at Hllo yesterday-afternoon
and la expected back'
this afternoon. Sho will sail as usual
tomorrow at noon on her regular run.
NEW FIRE KILLER TEST
Tliero was a test of tho "Pyioctdo"
tire extlnguliihvr nenr Knumnkopili
Church rulus this forenoon. A wood
en coal oil ease was until rated, with
gnBolltin and Ignited. Tho extinguish
ing agent was applied and chokod tno
tlamus Instnutly, X second flro of tun
snmo kind was started, but subjected
to a strong draft from beneath. This
time tho action was not so quick bu.
Mill fairly effective.
"Pyrocldo' Is a powder enclosed In
metal tubes, 20 Inches long and two
indies In diameter, which nets by giv
ing on IncombiiKtlblo gases that In
crust the burning mnterlal wltn a non
conducting film, excluding nlr from tho
Haines. It Is Intended for putting out
air Incipient fires that water has nu
v&ect upon, such ns those caused by
the uxplodngtir lamps 01 stoves, and
tho Igniting of any Inflammutdc mate,
rial In the nature of oils or gases.
(.treat usel illness Ik also claimed for
"Pyrocldo in controlling electrical
Dies, where liquid extinguishers would
bu dangerous to bnndlc.
Tho Invention Is owned by a friend
. . V..la1 f lw. BA.UI.1.. II
fy ' r-Srtht "essel
.. .i...'.,.,!, ,, r u in i.
made muIr tll1 supervision or 'Chief
Engineer Thurston of the Honolulu
Mro Department. "Pyrocldo will
UKCiy no nnnuieii ny inn von iiamm
Young' Company, whoso insuinnco de
partment, manager; Alex. li. Wutsou,
unit .Mr. T)a fTllp. electrical Infinoefnr
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for tI, n()ilr, r underwriters, cor
,1u.crt ti,t morning's expeilments.
Porto Rlcnn Vacant.
Six l'orto lllians charged with va-
gruuey wero this morning sentenced
two months' Imprisonment at hard
' labor on tliii charge of vagrancy by
wllcoj. ,n hjj poUco C()iit' QnJ
nf tin. tium rocimlH- cnl llir 'ilnvu'
.Imprisonment- by Judge lnckey on the
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rs ttuiuu cuurKti. i wo uiuur vu
t;imitt IibiI their cnRCB'contlnucd until
ACTION TAKEN BY 0A11U
PLANTATION MEN TODAY
Elements That Have Conspired to
Hake Step Necessarj--Sale of
Stock on Change
Oahu Plantation Co. has reduced Its
dividend to fifty cent a share a month.
For a long time the plantation bus
being palng one per cent per month
and, at n meeting ot the diiectors this
morning, thu reduction, was decided
upon. At a meeting or tne snaronoiu
crs to be held next month, the ques-
lion of d.v.den. will be further dls -
The reason for the reduction is the
Improvements on the plantation, which nK ,in v The records have been eonn
have run I..00.000 overestimate. made'ov,r aml lt bMn found thVth-
i.nrllnr In iI.a vnnr i ... . .. . ... .
earlier in the year.
With the present crop of 21,500 tons.
the money In sight for futiiro assess
ments at tho old rate was not enough,
ror the next years crop, some 3200,1,,,,,., Pi nr revolution which i ,in not
acres will be cut and. at a conserva -
tlve estimate 27,000 tons are expected
while If t acreage Is the same as this
year, the output will be nearer 30,000
Thu action of the directors will have
to be confirm d by the' shareholders
next month and, on a conservative ba
sls.there may bo a feeling to suspenu
um unmeiiu euiuwij iur u uiuu,.ui
until the labor question and sugar war
are settled and tho action of Congress
on thu annexation of Cuba Is demiltely
i",, , ,. ,
In anticipation of the action taken
by tho directors this morning, Oahu
stock lias fatlan In value during the
last two weeks. This morning the salo
of ten sha.vs nt U0 was reported on
tho stock exchango and, since the' meet-
...h, .. nun uiuiii'cu luuBiuuruuiy wim
nffflra In 1IIV "taar 0,1,1 Inr, liAlwnnn "
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The plantation Ts considered to be
tho equal of any on the Islands and
has alwas been regarded, and Is still
looked upon, nu h flm security.
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Bwn Mu-pliy Club.
. iii .u
unlay ovtnlng to raise money for tho
purchase of a piano. A isrgo and ap
preciative audience attended tho per
formance which proved to bo a grand
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i. T'.i. i ... , '""'u ' day. but. neverthelcEs. 12,000 shares
'! 'lh? fI?li"S WitU '".Vl "m0were traded in, the close marking n
snugs and banjo accompaniment.
SnWiil... for tho WKKKLY
BULLETIN, only $J per muium.
(II HIE TIME
Aquatic Resort Scheme
DR. RUSSELL ANB OTHERS
Want land for school
Delegate Wilcox Posting Himself
Cattle Shooting Privilege
Light 'Wine and Beer
License for Anahola.
Matters relating to public lands In
one way and another mostly engaged
no attention 01 tho Governor's eouu
ell this morning.
Commissioner K. H. Uoyd was au
thorized to nuswtr.a letter Irom Dele
gate Itoliert "Wilcox asKliig lor inlor
mation regardlnn putiiic lands in Ha
waii, presumably to-bO use by him
as miy bo required la Washington.
Dr.iK. llussel and others pamioncd
lor a tract ot land In Olaa, tor school
and oilier public purposes. The Gov
ernment having no authority to donate
lanu to private parties, tno petition
could not bu grnnted but, so far ns cti
ileal lonal purposes aro concerned, land
may be transferred to tnc' Depaitmunt
of Public Instruction. Ou this latter
basis the mntter may liave,(iirjier at
tention. u. 11. Ijyman and Nntlimii prayed
(or leave to shoot cattle on government
land near the Olan homesteads. ,Mr.
Uoyd was authorized to grant tho priv
ilege, but subject to strict warning
against th lighting of llres by tho
TI)o Hllo Swlinuilug Club petitioned
fur permission to Improvu Cocoanut
Island, by erecting boat and bati,
houses, etc subject to inu unrestrict
ed use of tho Island by tho public and
tu thu demand of the-Oovvrnment, at
any tlmo, for stirrenderol tho privilege.
It was decided to usl the club for cop
ies of Its constitution rules of man-
ageuiiint, ctcM bo that the nature, and,
oojects of tbo organization'- may bu
thoroughly understood boforn' It bo
Tlo; Pacltlo Club applied for leave
to amend Its charter so as to Increase
tho amount of capital stock to f Zliu.uOU.
'the application took the tisiialjCoinse
of reference to the Attorney General.
Ou toe recommendation or Slier in
.' II.- Coney of Kauai,' a light wlnev
uuu jieer ucuuvo was .uvnnrizeii iu
J. -P. wood for Anahola In Knwalhau
It Is understood that there will ts a1
full representation at the meotlng of. J
the lU-publlcnn Territorial Committee I Chicago, Oct, 9, The harmony that
on Monday next, tho time set for he! has marked the meetings of the No
discussion of the proposition of In-'tlonal Purity Convention was tcnlsht
creasing the membership ot that bod) ' f onslderably ruffled by Itev. Dr. Jen.
from nine to eleven or 'of doing any
thing else that might redound to the
benefit of the Republican party In Ha
waii. One of the members of the cam-'
mltte,, wnu hpen ttila tnnrnlnp mill
answer to a nuestlon. made tho follow -
lug stntement: "I do not believe thatlthl,"- Prts. and at the Batno tlmo
tho Territorial Commlttco can Increase , UCD0," -nccu Bunuay go i an i tno ues
.. -...,'. ... .. it.. .. oeratlon of Memorial Day by contury
j nRp"""Zsba 1 ' , mZZ'K " k ...
tn ulnn N,i tinwur nnti l,pn irlvpn lift
... ir. ih. ,,.. .. nnnin.
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committee has Its hands tied so far as
an increaso in memnersuip is concern-
eil. Any attempt on tho part of the
rnmmlttrit In mnkn thin (ncessn would
! t.ve we care to have charged against
TO INFLUENCE CONGRESS
New York. Oct. 9. AH of the evl-
rlenres In- lower Wall street point to
-ar to I no end in jnissouri river vaucy
between tbe cane and beet sugar Inter
ests. One of tho prominent sugar offl-
clals said that the cut had been made
I J the trust to 3V4 cents was Intended
n part to afford an object lesson to
Congress to Induce It to remove thai
duty on raw sugar and In part to com-
pel beet growers to confine their opcr.
atlons tn the produi tion of raw sugar.
Talk Is persistent In Wall street thnt
mo sugar trust management nas own pi n ntn,
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'Mil I1B I1III1U VI, BttkllllUC (IIVMC1IV HIU'
ings In order to remove this opposl
At the offices of tho sugar trust In-
formation as to the exact status ot a(
fairs was refused, but It Is a fact thai
mnrn nrltvltv In nnnnrpnf flipre than I
S !iSl WS
iiAvomeyur mm ins uiuciuih, ijui iiu
. . ' . , . . Li.
ttfllllltl BUlllUtCsIt IIUD uwu luituvuur
1 Sugar trust stock wan not so active
on tno siock oxenaugo ns in rcreni
fractional not gain. All ndvlces wero
that the earnings of tho trust were
hound to suffer severely as a result ol
WtlLS M MNT
Frank C. Knos, nt one time. In
t the employ of Wells, Fargo & Co.,
and lately located at Kwa. baa
been appointed agent for Wells,
Fargo & Co. tn this city.
4 Mr. Rnos will make his head-
quarters with the Union Kxpress
Walluku, Oct. 19. The nnw reservoir
for the Walluku water works Is now
leaking very badly and Ruperlnten
dent W. K. Hal has shut off the water
since last Monday. The superinten
dent says the wnter escapes through
tho ninny crevices In tho concrete bot
tom. As there Is no available money
In the hands of thu superintendent for
lepalilng such an accident us this.
Mi- llfil pnn itn nnttilntr 11 tit It h re
reives orders from Honolulu.
Mr. Hal has been taught a lesson,
fur, on various occasions he has ad
vanced his own money to pay laborers
for repairing accidents to the water
pipes, and ho was obliged tu wait a
long tlmo to be refunded. The water
In the mains which supply Walluku
and Kuliulul residents with water are
belngj fed direct from pipes from the
water head und not from the reservoir.
As repairs are urgent luls expected
that monoy will be forthcomlngfrom
some source so ns to avoid a wuteV
famine In Walluku and Knhulul. al
though the superintendent Rives fair
warning to privilege holders to All
up their tanks when a rainfall coin's,
but' nil Walluku homes are not sup
plied with big tanks to store water for
household purposes for weeks. I
fttCtl'Ii HI I lO'o
A very delightful reteptlou to Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Ahlo was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Ahlo at their hnmu on
l.lllha steet Saturday afternoon from
,1 to ll. In the nelghboihood of five
hundred guests were entertained,
among the number being many of the
prominent society people of the city.
Tho home on l.lllhu strent was most
pleasingly decorated, lings and ban
ners of nil colors being used In abuu
dance, Iutfido the new rcbldcnce, the
decorations in greens' and (lowers were
Tho i guests were received by, Mr.
and. Mrs. L.. Ahlo and .Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Ahlo. Tne formal part of 'the
reception over, t..o guests roamed
about to all parts of tbe beautiful
home. Among other tnlngs, they
found a large refresbineuts tent at
tbe eastern sldo of tho grounds. Solo
mon Hiram's Quintet wluh furnished
' "Fine Job Printing ntjtlic But-
I Ia.S.i rvlllnn
IV. Ill 'UUi;i
rKUYlflLc Uf LilLKLIlt.9
I mil .,iu;u uuiiun ,J1 isiinnKU, liu till
nounced himself as opposed to ills
tluttlvo organizations In Clulsttaii ef
forts and declared that the work of
these associations was properly that
tn'nr Ihi, i-hnrt-h lln ilefiniiliul Him l,itltl,
'mate drama and the various kinds of
, ui, rfUlll'D WU 1IU lllU IIUKIU1U I.U
I .i..ll.... .i.t.Au.. .... .t...ii.iMn H.i
iii-ii.i.-. an nuuivB. uil ,11UIU11II1K uuu
Demoralizing Amusements." Ho said:
"People are organizing until they
am becoming lost In their organiza
tion. Thu anti-cigarette leaguu and
' ,ne ntl-tliln and the antl-that leagues
S2d MCTKtfanKtaSLn"murt bSled
,iiou. j no iiiurcnes must ue caueu
hack to their primary business, that of
making liro clean and tho homo puio.
That was the message of Jesus Cbilst.
"I am opposed to the cigarette, but
I uo not intend to wait until I am a
I member of your organization boforo 1
open flro on It. 1 am for temperance,
?"!"!, w? ' !Li
standing In tbe Good Templars before
I begin war on this vice. My church
Is an aaU-cigarette society. My church
ought to be a temperance society.'
Fur San Francisco, nor O. S. 8.
Alameda, September 23. W. I), llald-
wm- " " raircnuu ann lamiiy, j.
MthCn.V, ""l..?' S ' '
'd Jift".'?;, wifend Im,
,inti Meyers, Madame Uelle Cole. J.
it. Hunter and wife, Mrs. J. Hudson,
W. O. Smith, C. L. Arques, J, F.
l.lbbcn. Ralmund Pechotsch.
Fine .Toll Printtnir at the Bul-
nutf Pared Deliver,
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone blua 021.
Pachnges shipped 'o
nil parts of tho Unltod
States nnd Eurnno.
Olllco, 1017 Dothel St.,
opposlto Honolulu Market
Wilder S S" Co. Direc-
IS STILL HANGING FIRE
New Freight Schedule Now Ready
for Considerations Means"
an Advance of Fif-
4 A An UAr-HAni
lit thu piogress of a loiHersatloii
with n llulletln rejiortcr this iminiliig
C. 1. Wight, president of the Wilder
Steamship Company, stated mat mat -
ters regarding the LOiisollilntlou of his
lompuny and tho Inter-Island were
ctill pending, but thnt nothing dellnlfe
was ns yet arranged, as neither ot the
concerns had agreed upon what telinw.
tlu amalgamation could titioi place
It will be some, time yet heroie uuy
Ihlng Ih done.
In speaking of the new height
schedule, action will be tal.ui at the
next board meeting. Tne advance li
the rates will, It. is thnught, be about
15 per cent oil nil classes or freight
J'hero Is no mutual agu-umenl between
vin.v'wMrrnMMs'absoiutcVviee ' ,1,at "10 n "' t,:,e", ,"i8,,r0,, n.flVe "" ih" nmMfe- Thl lar8" ?
m ." MuitV !t'K '.i tt I. rrU' h""Re' II, U,,,","?,blP ,,mt "e',"lda,"H ttn8f """"""tedly due to the
Dgurcd that under' the present condl (mlnstiel company,' will go to WnlmeaPinnminicmeiit that governorship mat
tlous the expeiiso of uuoratlon has In soon.' Iters would be discussed. -TtcsldeH the
creased about 20 per cent. With the1 Kaiml people tell of an epidemic of , fifty-two men mentioned, there were
new rnte til operation the company' robberies In Walnica. Several Porto present seven or elg-i members of the
should lie ulilc to pay a In per cent
dividend on tho capital Invested.
rrospctts ror a uew and modern
steamer for the Wilder Company are
at piescut brightening and u reiom
meudstlon will bo made to the dl lect
ors that cither- a new vessel of the
same size as tho Klnnu be built or else
thu old vessel lit) eutiiely rebuilt and
!n?mi-Iii' .Vn' "'"T 'iV "(,t ""
tcmplntliig the construction of a
much larger csscl Is because the drv
dock fncllltles here at present ure'
limited nnd the miiiinu railway will
not take up vessels of out 210 feet in
length. Should tho dlrectois decide to
rebuild the Kluatl s will be entirely
a now ship when she Is llnlsUVd ex
cepting the hull, which will remain tho
same. Her accommodations will be
greatly enlarged and Improved and
her speed Increased. L'llge kcej will
be put on to do away with tlierolllug
fur which thu Hllo liner Is famous, and
she will be In every lespect a modern
Thu Klnau has now been In servlco
continuously fisr over twenty years,
havlug been built ut the same yards
und launched about the same tlmo that
the Alameda and Mariposa were. Her
hull Is of Iron und she Is nt the pres
ent time considered to be a much but
ter boat, although older, than any of
tho other Wilder steamers. In tbo
past year the Hllo business, both Iu
freight nnd passengers, lias Increased
so much fTiat tho need for n modern
boat Is being keenly felt.
Editor Evening flulletln: In answer
to your enquiry contained In yester
day's Issue, legardlng the widening of
King street along the front of the Hall
& 'Sou block, t beg to say that tho
Survey Department has mane an effort
to bring about the. Improvement.
As no new line for the street nt this
point has been established, your lfcr
enco to the "proper street line" Is n lit
In matters of this sort, the Surviy
Department has no authority whatever
to establish new lines, though It often
suggests or recommends Improve
In this Instance. ...e necessary data
nas submitted to the Superintendent
of Public Works, who, after consulting
with the parties concerned, decided not
to force a change.
WALTER E. WALL.
Honolulu. T. II.. Out. 19. I9QL
WIN SLOW GETS BIX MONTH
In the Police Court Saturday after
noon, Dr, H. E. Wluslow was found
guilty by Judge Wilcox of assault and
battery on Rose Lut, a Hawaiian girl
of Walahole, and sentenced to six
months' Imprisonment at hard labor.
An appeal uas been noted.
Dr. Wlnslow appeared again In the
Police Court today, ths tlmo on the
charge o assault and battery on Ah
Kawal X'nlu. The assault Is a!gcd to
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DECIDED NOT TO FORCE
111 Hill WE
nave oeen oi tne samo nature as tne .,'.,, V ., 7 ' , -Mn t7so
.,.,. n ii ti. t.. r. icomo to Hllo probably wl. an ear yT1 '-ao.
one on Rose Li . The case of Dr.lchrlltnsg c.nn- At present this ves-
i.niBiun mm luuuiiiiiu mini iu;nui uiw
The Burnnr-il ClrcuH
The Ilarnard Company's circus
varieties played to crowded houses
Sutiirday afternoon and evening, On
tho former occnslnn tho Bchool ehll -
drcn of the tlty held tho fort. Kvory -
body was pleased with the. most ox-
rdlcnt show. There will ho auothor
performance In tho tout nt tho corner
of Rlchnrds' mid Hotel streets this
evening at tho regular hour. The com-
patiy has soino excellent numbers In
MM W BUSINESS
Hllo. Oct. IS. Ill iho embezrlemuut
rasa aealnst lleainl. V. M. Wakefield
defending, tho prosecution failed to
tnaku out a case and acquittal resulted..
Tliu defendant was Charged by three,
other Japanese with embezzling the
sum of f 130, which had been entrusted
to his keeping. On tho stand their tes
timony was such as not only acquitted
the defendant, btit resulted In the ar
rest of each witness for perjury. They
were committed for trial at tho April
term at Kallun, K ley were Oultsu
Itn, Kuroda und Vosblliara, fromtli
Hutchinson plantation. Z
An interesting court episode occur
red Iu this rase. Mr. Smith, tbo Dep
uty Attorney General, wanted to nail
his men ror perjury, and indicated
the, same.o the police officers III thu
court room." As one of the witnesses
Btartcd froriu the court loom, Sheriff,
Andrew s.movttt' a it tojay bands up
on him, Judge I-Mlnx caught tho
movement and at oncq changed from
the 'blandest, qulefs. Judge on tho
Circuit bench to a., volcano full of
pent-up wrath. He called Sheriff An
diews tn the -liar and lectured him
with the scathing vigor nf a Honolulu
i Judge Imposing n sentence for ion
I tempt. The Judge's text wat, that ho
had nothing tu do with the action or
'the polite outside, his otiit room, but
wllliln the precincts of bin court no
j person could bo deprived of his free-
'dom except by order of thu couit.
1 The business cf the teim will bo
pra ctk ally
i nil' i, it Wit (lie (! fc ui 19 tj -
The minstrel tionpe of the l.lhuc,' files to throw discredit on the ,lnde
Kattal. Diatnntle Club went to Keallu puident Home Ituirrs.
on Saturday'iilght last to repeat thl A meeting of the executive comjnlt
perfonnanre given In I.lhiie a foitnlght , tee of the natlte party was held last
ago. When the W. (1. Hall left Kn-1 Thursday night. There' were fifty-two
wlllwlll on Saturday, It was ascertain-'
m,.aw ,ae bscn" arrested In conncc-i
Hon with the robbeiles. lt Is believed
that this nationality is getting In Its
woik ou Kauai ns well a Iu Honolulu.
The story of the murder In Waliueu.
published In the Advertiser last week,
turns out to be n mire fake ns wast
suggested by the llulletln. The police
J here ktfuw nothing about the story of a I
murder and that should have been
sufficient to brand the story n fake.)
Jlowcver. news came by the W. O. Hall,
that the police of Kauai snow nothing
about the reported murder, so thnt set
tles Ihe piatter for all time.
IN INVESTIGATING CLAIMS
Claimants Identified and Wrongful
Claims Eliminated Native
Hawaiian Brings a Memor
andum of Savings.
Japanese claimants wein.ngojn lie-'
foio thu I'lre Claims Conimlssloii ibis
morning. Ah In the tasn of the Chi-1
nose, whose claims were passed
through the consulate of their nation,
so Consul Miki Salto presented the
Japanese claims' In systematic shape
to the Commission. v
Tba preliminary subjection of tbe
claims to such an official alcmbrlo has
clailnud.thcm In a degree tlml Is much
appreciated by thu Commissioners.''
In the first place, the Identification
of thu claimants is effected to an al
most positive certainty. Then tho du
plication of claims for property Is
avoided. One Instance of tnls occur
red where a Japanese carpenter claim
ed $'10 for a chest of tools. Upon en
other claim of. the same nature an in
vestigation by tho consul's staff prov
ed that ll was the saino cnest of tools.
The consul applied the pruning
Knife freely to claims for cash lost' In
the flro. Those not struck out alto
gether were as arulo. If In tbo hun
dreds, cut down to $50 on the principle
that the claimant should not have hau
a great deal "of monoy lying about
An Incident connected wun a Ha-
uallsn claim hnn rnnflrnieil Ihn Pnm.
mlssloners In their caution against
inning imngs lor granted, emier is--vnrnbly
nr unfavorably to a claimant. I
A natlvo man last week testified ho
had lost seevral hundred dollars .of
savings, of which ho ana nls wlfo kopt
a rocmoranuum book. Could he tiro-
dticc tho book? life, his wife had It,
tho man believed, but she was par
alyzed and at present staying In Koo
lau. Ho was requested to bring tho
book, and'thlB morning ho presented
It, sure enough.
HILO'6 NF.W STEAMER.
Hllo. Oct. 1$. Mr. Guard, local man-
"h"01" of tho Matson .mo,- says ho ox-
ite,-lu tnr, nnw xienmnr Knlnrnrlnn In
, Pi ia . Han Franc sco underim nc ox.
tensive repairs. Sho is bolng fitted
with n cold storage plant, first-class In
every particular. With four hatches
and two winches at each hatch, sho
will bo equipped for rapid loading nnd
discharging. On tho run from San
Francisco to Hllo, sho will have a
s licilulu tlmo of ton or possibly nine
,days. If sho comoB down with lato
.Christmas orders of Hllo merchandise,
her Initial voynco will make-her the
fatorllo of tho Hllo licet. Heretofore
late orders for Christmas goods have
been tendered mom uncertnln bv ad
verso sailing weather when celerity
was In greatest demand. Tribune.
WANT It. W. WILCOX
Action' of 'independent
Home Rulers, at
o , Last Meeting.
'; " m
resolution to'be sent
to pkesiient tomorrow ,
Sulstitule Petition Branded as Au At-
tempUn Part of Enemies
The Independent Home Killers have"
set tlnlr minds on Kobcrt W, Wilcox
'as the next.giitcrnur of mo Territory
1 .. II... .nil .H.l .... ..n ..I. . ..Ill ...nu
'"I lit, 11U1I Alltl III, UUU CIMl Will .,1V
J hac. The attempt nt institution for
I the rectnt petition In favor of .Mr. Wll-
(ox iud Bent to President Itoosevelt
another one In favor of Secretary
Cooper has been branded by the party
tu M (llllllltlt nn ftlli .14 tt Itn a.nA
members present .heir being but sixty-
Legislature, Robert W. Wilcox, Ha
waii's delegate to, Washington, was
among those present.
There was a long discussion on the
governorship ot Hawaii. Several
names were mentioned as being In tbe
fight- After much talk and a thorough
siring of tbe subject. It was 'decided
that Hobcrt W. Wilcox was the only
man the Independent Home Rule party
cared to indorse. The sense of. the
meeting was unanimously In faCor of
ine present delegate.
As it result of the discussion and the
uppnrcnt sense of the meeting In, favor
nf Mr. Wilcox, a set of resolutions to
hi; forwarded to' President Roosevelt
was presented, adopted nmt slgnnil by
President D. Kal.iuokal.inl,,Vlce Presi
dent .lames K. Kaulla and Secretary
Nakonkoo. The resolution la to the
effect that me choice of the Indepen
dent Home Rule party Is Robert W.
Wilcox and no other. Tomorrow's
Alameda will carry It forward.
lt Is said on good authority that ths
Independent Home-Rule party la seri
ously considering the name of Repre
sentative Fred W. IlecKuy as -elegate
to Washington In place of Mr. Wlkox,
should tho latter be appointed the next
governor ot the Territory of Hawaii.
Among the educated Hawatlans, Mr.
Hockley stands with the foremobt.
' A Portuguese hnckman. being
brought up In the Police Court this
forenoon ou the charge of tying M
horse In front.of a saloon, stated tbat
the practice had often been Indulged
In by other hnckmen of tbe olty. .They
had not come to grief over IL Judge
Wilcox answered as follows: "Two
wrongs do not make a right and when
there are too -many wrongs, Ue thing
becomes a nuisance." The hackman
was thereupon sentenced to pay a One
of $. and costs.
PORTO R CANH COMMITTED.
The three Porto Rlcans spoken of In
a recent Issue of the llulletln as having
been suspected of robbing the Walalu
plantation store of a number of article
of value, were brought to the city this .
morning by Deputy Sheriff Cox. On
Saturday last, the district magistrate
of Walalua committed the tore Porto
Rlcans to the uext term of the Circuit
Court. The men will be kept at Oahu
Jail until the time for tnjlr trial ar-
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