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"I believe In advertising,"
says Sir Thomas J. Upton. "It
Is the llfeblood of modern
trade, Hverybody reails," ho
continues In a late Interview,
"and buying new simper space
Is the best Investment any
merchant can make after a
selection Is made of goods and
the prlics are mado right."
Wo never could make spe
cial publications, posters or
BlgnB pay lu any sort of com
parison with regular newspa
per advertising. Gltnbcl
USIINO BULLETIN WANT ADS.
VOL. 3&. No. 1982.
HONOLULU, TKRR1TORY OP HAWAII, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31 1901.
Pbicb 5 Cents.
Hi V liilN 1J.N U-
.m m r a . r i- m
MUST TAKE AGTION
How Inactivity of Terri
AGAINST A KNOWN FOE
John Lane Will Not Accept Col.
Walter Jones' Place-Was an
Accredited Nominee from
The situation In regard to the recent
n-tlon of tho Republican Territorial
Committee und the result It has had
lu the ranks of the Hnwallan-Hcpuhll-cans,
stands In a state of abeyance Just
now. Kvvrythlng depends on sum
mitry action n the part of the commit
tic but that action does not seem to
be forthcoming. Tho niembers of tho
Territorial commlttie seem to be very
silent but even were a meeting to Uo
called, It Is R question If n quorum
ould be secured, since members who
came here especially for the purpose of
attending the meeting of Monday after
noon, have returned to their homes on
the other Islands.
However, that part of the question
mokes no difference to those who havo
good cause to believe they were thrown
down nt the. meeting referred to. If It
was Important that a meeting should
be cnlltd to Increase the membership
of the Central committee, It Is Just as
Important nnd far more Important that
another meeting be culled to adjust
that Increase In such u manner as to
make It acceptable to the voters of the
rifth District And. Indirectly, to those.
of the Fourth. llawullnn-ltcpuhll-tans
are willing to give the commit
tee a chance to do the right thing in
the face of criticism from members of
the party of all nationalities represent
ed and In good stundlng but the vacil
lating policy of the present will not ho
put up with for ery long. A big
blunder was made and now the Huw-u-tlan-Uepubllcans
are standing by on
the watch, waiting to see If those who
mado the blunder arc wilting to come
forth manfully, admitting the blunder
and doing Ihclr best to rectify the mis
take. The talk among young Huwiillans
today Is of a much more modcrato tone.
Ilnrsh thoughts and Impulsive action
have been put aside and tho situation
has settled itself down to cnlm, cool
thought that promises fruition. How
eer, as has already been suggested,
over) thing depends on the Immediate
action of tho Territorial committee.
This rcfruin cannot bo too often re
peated for It Is the keynote of tho
Just here, ono of the principal rea
sons tho Hawalian-Hcpubllrnns glo
for suspending judgment on the notion
of the Republican Territorial commit
tee Is the belief that the proxies which
were placed In the hands of Honolulu
members would not have been toted as
thoy were, had the men who signed
their nnmes thereto, been present Jn
person. The call had been Issued for
tho express purpose, of increasing the
membership of the Central committee
and for such other relief, etc. Probably
the great majority of those ho sent
In proxies did not for one moment
suspect that, In choosing flic additional
members, tho Territorial committee,
niul the men who toted their porxlcs,
would do anything that would deprive
the Fifth District of representation.
The men represented by the proxies
undoubtedly believed tho tiquura thing
i aula be done nnd did not worry. I. Iks
Judge Kepolkal, who was present at
the meeting, they were of the opinion
that the balance of power represented
by the two additional, men, should be
delegated to this Island since the meet
ings of the Central committee were al
Everybody knows that
College Hills, with its line
air, good views, water sup
ply, car scrvlco and good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
Hut not everyone realizes
that College Hills lots are
so much lower priced than
those In tho hot, low-lying
district, with no view or car
A thlrd-of-nn-acro lot for
$900 Is only 6 cents per
f qua re foot.
Hnsy terms, too. Consult
tho SaleB Agents.
IMcClellan, Pond' & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
ways held In Honolulu, making It In
convenient and well nigh Impossible
for men on the other Islands to attend.
Judge Kepolkal gave vent to this very
sentiment at the now notorious meet
ing of Monday afternoon.
While the committee ns a whotc It
most painfully silent on the mntter
that has made such feeling on all sides.
It Is understood thnt John C. Lane, the
joung Hawaiian who was turned down
for J. A. Oilman, hns been approached
on the proposition of taking Col.
Jones's place on the committee. Seen
by a llulletln reporter this forenoon.
Mir Lune said: "Naturally, I do not
reel very happy over this affair on ac
count of what It means to the Repub
lican party. For mvself, I care noth
ing; for the party and tho principle
Invohedi I caro everjthlng. Were a
proposition to bo runde to mo to take
Col. Jones's place, I would not accept
It. Col. Jones Is tho accredited nomi
nee from the Fourth (strict nnd he
was elected In n proper manner. As to
the remainder of the proceedings, I
have nothing to say. It Is up
Territorial committee nnd that body
must act. If nn j tiling to correct the
present state of affairs Is to be done."
Among young Hawallans, the sent!
inent looking toward consolidation of
, ,?' L0Z JLZ
he Hnwal an forces seems to bo grow-
Ing. Tho bolting project was only Inn
fleeting Idea of angry moments when
there was such outrage felt at the nc-
tlon of the Territorial committee. Now
that there has been a chance for calm,
cool pondering over the matter, the
Hawallans feci that, there being nn tin
doubted enemy to fight a force that
fights not above board but through
channels that even the most degraded
of Hawallans refuse to travel the best
wuy to go about tho thing Is to stay
In the party.
This Is now the determined effort be
ing made by thinking Hawallans men
who through their families, have a hold
on tho mass of Hawallans that no one
ran wrest from them, for the Hawa
iian flrst nnd foremost, will follow the
lend of those of his own race whom ho
considers superior. Just as In the olden
times when various kings led their
armies forth to battle.
DEPUTY SHERIFF OF EWA
CALLS THEM A BAD LOT
At Least Ten Sent to Jail From His
District During Past Month
Deputy Sheriff John Fernandez of
Kwu arrived In the city on business
this morning and when asked what tho
news) of his district was, answered:
"l'orto Itlcans, Porto Itlcans and Porto
lllcan cussednc-ss. During the laat
month, I have sent ut least ten of this
nationality to Oahu Jail for various
Infractions of the law, such as larceny,
wigruncy and affray.
"On Mondny latt. Chock Chung, a
Wulunue Chinaman, arrested on the
charge of selling spirituous liquor
without u license, pleaded guilty to
the charge and was sentenced to pay u
tine of $100 and costs. He paid his line
"There was a serious state of affairs
ut the Oahu plantation last week. Tho
plantation policeman, Low by name,
found out thnt there was a, strange Por
to Itlran In camp and, being a man
assiduous in the performance of bis
duties, he went to the house In which
the stranger was staying and demand
ed that the feltuw leave tho plantation.
"The big Porto Ilican refused point
blank and, as Low approached to use
tuna of tho plantation appeared on tho
none and separated tho two.
"Low came to me for advice and I at
first suggested that tho man he ar-
deadly weapon. This .11.1 not stem to
bo satlsfuctorv ns such a course would
no sausiuiiory ns Mien a course wouiii
nvn in n c. nn t Piim I ir nt nnil n limn
drawn out affair. It was nnnlly (le-1
tided to arrest tho Porto lllcan on the
rharge of i.grancy. TJ.is wsb do..a,
uud the fellow got three months' Im
prisonment nt hard labor,
"Kwn and Wnlanne have been bless
ed with the most beautiful weather of
Dr. Camp hud a very peculiar case,
brought to his notice this morning. He
was called In to see n Portuguese boy
and. upon hs urilvnl, found Hint tjio
patient was (lend. On Investigation, It
was learned that the boy had eaten n
half dozen or more green pods of tho
I'olnclnnn regla trio and that this was
undoubtedly the caiibe of death. Dr.
Camp went to the olllce of Wray Tay
lor to learn It the pods wcru con
sidered poisonous. Such a thing had
not been heard of there and now nn
Investigation has been set on foot to
learn If possible what the active prin
ciple there is In the green polnclnna
bean that causes death.
I'rlnco David is having a now tunst
and spars made fur tho Vl-Kc.
force, the fellow picked up a bottlo and the Supremo Court today, hoarlng tho " ""' " "''"'" ,, V. n' 1 1 .i.V. r
ruHhe'd at the policeman. The two,I0M ..Junction suit against Queen mJ regarding a man W. jtaton
clinched but. at that moment, the head "J;' $" " -."TCSiTtaut mli
CONDITIONS OF WATERFRONT
AS REPORTED BY
Iletow Is the full text of tho report
of the Assistant Superintendent of
I'ubllc Works on waterfront conditions,
read at the Oovcrnor'a Council today.
It includes mention of the necessary
sanitation ot the Kewalo trnct; also of
tho proposed new Government stables:
Department of I'ubllc WorkB, Hono
lulu. T. II.. Oct. 31, 1901.
Hon. James 11. Iloyd, Superintendent
or i'ubllc works, jionoiuiu, icrri-
tory ol Hawaii.
Sir: I have tho honor to submit tho
following recommendations for your
1 approval, being, ns I believe, tho most
,mllortnnt mll)n work ,n the rUy ot
tunoi,-,iu; that should receive tho Im-
.mediate attention of the Department,
Wharves, Docks nnd Sea Walls I
huvo made a careful examination ot all
the structures on tho waterfront for
tho city of Honolulu, und And the fol-
I lowing conditions:
Channel. Wharf The necessary
dredelne along tho harbor 'front has
caused tho sand under the wharf to
slide out, thus leaving many of the
plies exposeu below tno copper, care-'
ful examination has been made
diver and all defects noted.
These repairs arc urgent and Imme
dlate action should be taken to save
the piles thus exposed Also one pile
missing In front of wharf.
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Sn 1 ,?u 1 nF. rLt .!,,, m, I
?. T, .V?nM rnv.lr?.?S5v h
rT Z ,,rM, M ,hu nZ VZ
r. 1.? .in8niin.. '
mi nuisance sun continues.
Pacific Mall Wharf The first six
bents of this whnrf have settled badly,
Ilents !i, 10 and 11 should have new
The Kwn end, Where the Sen wall Is
nt the face of tho wharf, should havo
iiiiiiieiiiaii- iiucmiun. ion wiinn ir.iui
mi; Mi.i.-n.-in ui tun mil,- nn:uiinjt
have undermined tho wall, and for a
dletnnro of forty feet Is down nt the
waters coge. inu imcK-iininK nii-
liny oeing caien uwu-. iinu un mciuviii
Is liable to occur nt any time. A new
wull Is an absolute necessity.
1.1KC1IKC Wnan LIKellKII Wnan WaK
extended nnd repaired In 1899, and Is
now In excellent condition, excepting
portions of the sen wall, which require
cementing. Tho filling back of tho
wall Is gradually getting away, due to
the absence of proper cement Joints
for the wall. Would recommend that
tho wall bo cemented as soon as pos-
c.v.. ...v ..,..... ....... DU....VW ........
the shed Is worn out In mnny places
and should be replnced with a bitumen
eioie. ine HHiiiiHiium suriucu unurr
rviuuu unri in uuru oem iruni
mnukn end. two olles aro missing. The
whole center of wharf has i-ettled
II TEST (iiH HOT I
THE PR1YATE RIGHTS OF
Case of Government of Territory Aga
inst Liliuckalani and Wilson
In the Supreme
Justice Gulbralth, Circuit Judgu Clear
cud Attorney Thomas Fitch constitute
nnlu ..nlnln..'.! Imm inldnir .nml frnm
tho beach at Walklkl. in front of tho
(Jucen's seaside lcslnence.
Thu case is rcgarueo as of great lm-
portancc, as Its decision will affect'?"" ow ng jno revolver in o 1110
owuci. of sea frontages throughout
tllt' Territory. Among others Indirect-1",orn1",'
P,)IU,rn,,.i .ho Oahu llnllwnv &
!y conceinci. is mo uanu uauwa)
utorneyTenernl K. P. Dole nppcars
)or tn(. Government: itobertson & Wll-
dcr and Hutcn & Silliman for respond
weaver, hsn,., me mannging
of the Samoan Kstate-s Com-
pnny. Limited, ngaln passed through
this city yesterday en route to Apal te
attend to the business of the company.
He has been to San Francisco in con
ncctlon with the affairs of tho com-
.,.,.,.. ti,. -,.i.i,oii . i-
pan). The cultivation of cocoa Is to IV
cn'rleu on more extensively than wui
ut llrst contemplated on Ihe esta'es o
Ihe company In Samoa,
WELLS, FARflO SCO's
On and After November 1st,
the agency for WHLLK,
i'AlttiO Cf CO'tt nXPRHHK
will be In the office of the
UNION EXPRESS COMPANY.
120 King Utecct.
TELEPHONE HAIN 86.
ROOF 1$ HHOT
Following Is tho report of tho Assist-
ant Superintendent of I'ubllc Works
on the Judiciary bunding roor mentlou
of which Is madu in the account of pro-
cccdlngs of the uoveruor's Council. Su-
perlntendent of Public Works Iloyd
gala to a Hull-tin; reporter after the
mcctlnR thnt ,, w'.g palng especial
attention to the condition of public
buildings, with tho purpose of having
pioper repairs made wherever needed'
Department of I'ubllc Woiks, llono
n)u. T. II., Oct. 31, 1901.
lieu. James II. Ilovd. Buncrlntcndcnt
of I'ubllc Works, Honolulu, Terrl
tory of Hawaii,
Sir: I have tbiNhonor to repoit ns
fellows In regard to coudltlon of roof
In Judiciary building:
aiany 01 me leans in me moi are
caused by tho slates and shingles be
ing broken nnd cracked, nnd the Joints
being aver each other: also the sliln-
8os arc loose anu nre inning down on
account of the nulls being euteu away
ibyJLUHt' , 1 ,
I The rafters in many places have set-
""'t rldgo. allowing tho water to leak
lottn on lh ""B.
Tn vny Kttcrways are In very
bad conditions. Many of those gutters
Brp of colpor BaJ aro H.j.n(I uurmn.
ni.ut repair. The lead Hashing on tho
frimt vornmlii no.oU rni,ln,liu- All
veranda roof needs painting nnd ic-,
pairs. Many of thu celling Joists In
rant nm hn.tlv ill.n. nml l.nllx nnrl
vpC(.H ar(. Hinck, which causes the tie ,
peams to settle, nnd breaks tlio plaster
;n mnuy rooms.
Thu accompanying, sketch shows the
location of all leaks, etc.
I liavo the liunor to lie, your obeillent
mmatu, MAHSTON CAMI'IIKLL. Joists neeil repluclug.
Annlilnnt Superintendent of Public' Sorcnson's Wharf- SoremoiiV wharf
Works. Is In fair condition with tho exception
about six Incheit. The piles of wharf
am in A 1 condition.
Sea Wall Between Klnau and Keku-
anaoa Wharves Tho enthe wall be-'
tween Klnau and Kekuauaoa wharves
It down, and should bo removed and
neicuanaoa wnnn oeven piicb lire
..1 nuM...vu v,u.. wwi (iihii ".-
entirely eaten off at low water; one In
bent .1 from mauka end, ono In bent '7
from mauka end, ono In bent 8 from
inaiiKii enu, cwo in ocni y irom mntihu
end. two In bent 10 from maukn end.
The trouble seems to bu thnt no felt
IMPOSES A WEIRD YARN
ON THE MORNING PAPERS
Hypnotic Influence Another Name for
Drank Soda Water
as a Deadly
Captain Harry Flint of tho Harbor
l'l,llcu wa Greatly .amused over the
nlgUl Which U fomalu, llllder Some
, n'lucnre Urst Htnrted to kill hei self
uv shooting herself in the head with a
revolver, and then changing her mind
""'lih'il's hrl.fkfas." Ce'meut'a
wltf ",a hreakfutt. Stutemcu a
purporting to bo fncts wnro mad
,., , ,..,, , ,.
about tho woman having been despond-
cut through being crossed lu u lovo
nirntr. nn.t bow a mini, presumably r. (. wmrf amounted to between
her brother, wiggled his lingers at her iuu a..j .j
t keep her under some nypnotle spell. ....,.., . ..' ulwrini,.n.i...n fur.
This all took placu ut the steamer So- '"" Assistant Siipcrlntendeut fur
., ... ..,...., i.,...,. 1.. 1......1...1 ..... Ilier had reus toned for H'M to be
to lno r,.)0rters by a past master nt
the hot-air business.
Tho facts regarding the matter, as
reiniea oy capia.n rnni nnil tepiirtuu
by him to High Sheriff llrown, me as
Shortly after 11 o'clock Inst night a
man ann woman, ooin a goon ticai un-
lBr tno Dnlleuco of ,1,.,.,?, cnmu ,llltn
tbo wharf from un-town. They wuru
second-cabin passengers In the Sono
inn nun un enu wnBe-iiKvi L an mm.
and wife. Soon ufter entering thoi
wharf thoy sat down on u pile of bag-
gago and proceeded to consume the
contents of n tlnsk which thu man hnd
Tho man wanted his wife to go aboard
ship, so ho could go uptown again.
Tho woman refused nnd so they tulk-
ed It over. Tho man then bought his'
wire a bottlo or so.la water Trom a
Jnpancso icndor nuurby nnd they Btnr -
ten up tnu gangway, tbo mm. qultu a
dlstnnco nhead of the woman.
Arrived on deck tho woman flashed
tho soda water bottlo In tho moonlight
and put It to her hend to take a drink.
After finishing It shn throw tho bottle
overboird. Flint snw tho bottle nnd
heard It break when It hit tho sldo uf
tho vessel In Its fall. Thut was alt
there was to It.
With theso few Alterations tho pipe
cl renin lu the morning dallies Is cor-
was used under the copper nnd the
worms hava managed to get In. .Many
of tho piles aiv nioliably destroyed,
but It Is difficult to detect, as long ns
the copper stays on. Owing to the
contlnunl use of this wharf, proper re
polrs have not been made for some
time. Tho wharf Is without pavement
and the caps and Joist show bud effect
The sea wall nt the Kwn end of the
Inter-Island Steam Navigation wluirl
is tailing down In many places and the
Gccond row of piles displaced and
broken off. Plans for n complete re
ncwul of this portion of the wbaif nnd
sen wall are now being prepared by
the Department which contemplate the,
construction or a now concrete sea
wull benlnd the present one. nnd the
reconstruction of this end of the wharf.
Occldentnl and Oriental Steamship
Company's Whnrf This structure Is lu
ii dangerous condition and should be
entirely condemned. As far us I liven
ligation could bu mado. ulmost every
li - lle Is eaten at the head, anil lower
lioir or tno caps, so mucn worm emeu
that In ninny pirn-en It has fallen away.
The structure Is so low that on ex
treme tides the caps nre entirely Kilt
imcrgeu; also 1110 lower portions ui inn
htrlngers. The condition of this wharf
In such that no repairs should be ut-
,te mpted. It needs absolute re-constine-
' The steamship company should be
notified of the condition of this whnrf
'nnd means should bo taken to prevent
their overloading same. Plans and
specifications for this work are being
prepared fur your consideration.
I Allen Ktrrott U'linrf AII..11 x!,.!
wharf Is a new whnrf constructed In
the early part of l!iu0, und Is now In
Urewer's Wharf llicwer's wharf.
Willi tlu original repairs neeileil, and
.inui nre mnuu oy tno Department irom
time to time. s In fair coudltlon.
I Nuuunu Wliiuf Niiimuu wharf Is In
good sliup..' as 11 wlioie. home caps and
of the Ulinnra f-nuxeil In nuw nml
Utrlugers by overloading. In several
.places the caps arc split nml tho
Joists broken. This wharf should be
jacked up. und new caps and stilmteri
put In wnero needed. Several piles
nre needed on the central portion of
this whnrf. In the mniiernr.-ieerii.ni.
lng tho wharves, I would suggest thnt
somo rule or regulation Lu uasseii re
rumu iiiiu ui iei;!imiiun UU IUH4IM r
striding tho amount of coal atlowel
to be dumped on the wharves. If nny
such regulations are In existence, they
I (Continued on page O
CHIEF BUSINESS BEFORE
THE GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL
Bishop Estate Offers Land for Hil
Street Widening Liquor
Licenses Again on
Interesting matter was ptescted ut
the- Governor's council this murnlng, In
the form of an exhaustive) report liv
the Assistant Superintendent to tbn
Superintendent of Public Works upon
the conditions of public- property all
along the waterfront, ulso u report by
the same official on tho condition of
tho Judiciary building roof. Iloth
tl'ct.o documents are printed lu full
.Mr. Campbell had also reported to
the chief that the damage done by the
ship HenJ. F. Puckurd to the P. M. 8
H'ent on bridges In the Koolaupnkn
idlMtht. Tho request was recommend-
-d tn be granted.
M. K. Nakuluu had applied for u
biiso of live jeiirs ot two rooms on the
upper floor of Honolulu Hale, offering
a rental of $15 n month for bot'i. Th"
- T-" -
fnlcl vottd thut If tho appllcaut of
feied $IH tor, each, the lease would ho
' put up ut auction with that as the up-
b( (, prtLtl
TIP MnrrhnnU IVliTPi llplivnri
1 ' l,t """"w "'l UHIVtrj
Delivers packages to any
part of thu city tor IDc up
wards, Try them. Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
all parts of tho Unltod
Stntes nnd Kuropn.
Olllce, 1017 Ilothol St.,
opposite Honolulu Market.
An offer was made by the Dlshnp Y.
lat!. v;l ich the meetlns considered .1
ensoiiable proposition. It was to give
the inurnment a strip of land to wlJ
en Front nnd Wharf streets Hllo, on
conditions that the government wnlvv
all right., of betterment, pay all ex-
peuvc uf curbing nnd erect u gjuj
fence along the frontage
I.lilitor licenses had the usual goo-1-
lv rhure of nttentlon.
lleorge Mundous application for .1
ilnilcr'i license at Kulihtwal, Kauai,
was (1 -nlcu
' M. Yatmrnkl's application for a light
wine und beer llieiise nt Wnlanne
Claim, and that of Kntokuokaninllc fi
the same kind nt Napoopoo, Hawal'
were referred to Ihe High Sheriff.
Akl was the only one to draw a pr'.S'
package, bolnE granted n light win
and beer license at Kawalhae. Bout'
HOG.1N WILL COmC.
Manager Joe Cohen of the Orpheum
writes thnt llogsn with n new com
pany will nrrlve here on the stcamet
leaving San Francisco on the llth of
November. The new company Is by
far the best of Its kind ever here nnd
Hogan U ns much of nn American n
ever and still unbleached. The troupe
will rcmalu here about four weeks
and will open about the 2lst of Nove-m
REMOVED FROM OFFICE
BY JUDGE HUMPHREYS
Mr. Case Declines to Resign When
Asked and Is Dismissed by
Order of Court at
The following communication nnd
oIllcUl document were filed In the Cir
cuit Court clerk's olllce at noon to
"Honolulu. Oahu. October 21, 19U1.
"Him. A. S. Humphreys, First Judge
First Circuit Court
"Dear Sir: Not being conscious ol
bnvlug ncgleited my duties ns official
court n-porter 1 do not feel that I cm.
lu Justice to 111 self, leslgn us ou
huvo this morning ic-qucstcd.
"Vou stated ou would take action Iw
the matter youiself at I- o'clock if I
did not. uud I reel that will be tho bet
ter course to follow. I do not do this
to antagonise you ns I have no such
desire, but It Is simply the course) that
my Judgment has dictated.
"D. II. CASK."
"In the Circuit Court of tho First
Judicial Circuit of the Territory of
Haw-all. At Chambers.
"Order removing Daniel It. Case,
'.T., from the position of stenog
"It U ordered that Daniel It. Cae.
Ksn,r., be and ho Is hereby lemnved
from the position of stenographer Ir
"And It la further ordered that, the
Clerk of this Court do certify and serve
n ropy of this order upon said Daniel
It. Case, Ksrir, forthwith.
"Done nt Chambers this 31st duy of
October A. II. 1301.
"A. 3. HUMPHItr.VS.
J. A. Thompson, clerk, endorses ths
order as having been served by him
on .Mr. Cast,
It Is rumored In the court environ
that J, W. Junes, the chief stenogra
pher of the Judiciary, would be re-
re..!? ""'J"1"!:, "'"..'v: 'rt.
,, 1 nm .11 in,- im- iiiii-rmiuve Ol
removal from ulll.-e In the Circuit
Court. Col. Jones Is one of the two
new executive committee- men of (lie
Hepubllcim party elected through
plot the other night. '
Miss Sarah Itulie.tsoii will glte ;.u
at honic 011 Suturduy etven'iu ut I'll-imhoii.
THRKK are several hundred school
children in Honolulu anJ mot
of these will need a new pair
of school shoes soon.
What ue want Mn ell all or most
of these shnes.and have m.iJeeitenslve
preparations to tint effect. We have
wh.tl we believe tu be the best line of
school shoes In the country In
HAMILTON nml IIIIOW.N
HEfcUHITV KCIIOOL HllOH
1 hey are made of the very best mater
hU hv reliable milkmen, and they're
maJe to stand the wear.
"I ' r
$2.SO BUYS A
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
lOIJT PORT STEIJT.
Many Defendants Appear
FOR GOVERNMENT WORK
Jereral Nationalities at the Bar of
Justice for Offenses Against
Arraignments on Grand Jury Indict
nmts were the chief order of business
11 the United States District Court
his morning. Must of them were for
dotations ot the lMimimls Act, thu of-,'iim-
being named according to wheth
r the defendant was married or single.
Vhen a pair were In ono clnss they
Acre ludlcted Jointly, otherwise thu
uses nre separate.
Thu case Involving the ilght-hniir
nw was the first one called.
W. M. Campbell, contractor, nnd
3htii, subcontractor, for building a cot
tage on the naval reservation, cra
charged with violating tho statute pro
hibiting more than eight hours n day
of labor on United States Government
work. Iloth defendants pleaded not
guilty and .Mr. Pierce, attorney f jx Mr
Campbell, requested a separate trial
of his case, which was granted,
Antnne Itodrigurs, married, was ar
ralgned for violating tho IMmunds
Act with Mlrahla, single. At the to
quest of C. C. Hitting for defendant,
the plea wns reserved till Saturday.
Henry Arlnas and Angela Kstadi.
both Porto Itlcans nnd each married tn
another, had no attorney. C. Crelgh
ton was assigned by the court to d
fend th.-ni. nnd nt his request the plea
.van reserved until Saturday. Georgn
Mncn'.ilny, a colorel officer, IntcrprcUJ,
tor defendants In Spanish.
K. Kudo and II. Ynmnguchl, Jupan-cm-,
both single pel sons, were urralgn
ed together. Crelghton nnd Correa ap
peared for the man, and Chilling worth
for the woman. Pica reserved till Sat
urday. Akal, a Chinese man, and Asa Wa
lanalie. a Japnuese woman, both single,
were arraigned together. Atkinson &
.liidd appeared for the man and S. P.
Chllllngworth for the woman. Iloth
pleaded not guilty nnd (he trial wai
net for next Tuesday.
Frank llatalfo and Julia Aparasl.
l'orto Itlcans and single, were jointly
nrralgned; also Ah Poo, Chinese, and
Hatchl, Japanese, both single. Tin.
last one was Mlrulda, partner of Hod
rlgucs nnd single.
Judga Kfttcc took occasion, at differ
en times, to urge tho desirability ot
losing no time unnecessarily In having
-.-.rrg tried. U did not want to have
tho United States paying Jury fees
while the couit waited for parties lu
be ready without good reason.
At the opening of court J. J. Dunne.
Assistant District Attorney, presented
the accounts of W. D. Mallng clerk ot
court, tor approval which was granted
nn the assurance of the attorney that
they had been found correcL
Mr, Dunne nlsn presented Charles
Crelghton as a graduate of tho Univer
sity of California and a practitioner of
nil the courts of the Territory of Ha-
iioe . ; ine i :. Tike rs
ttwill (httit htn.in.l tilti mln.leati.n 4 ..
tory. Judge Kstco promptly ordered
Mr Crelghton to take (lie oath and
sign the roll.
Mri Iledicrt Wilcox rceelved recentli
from the Couci a lot of American
lleaut) joi-.i plants, peonies and the
like. She 1-nc planted them at uir
home on the dopes ot Punchbowl.
'I hat vs III plcae the
Children and Parents
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