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MANY MEN MAKE MOINEY
The pulillr n ill never
Know what nnu lias to sell
unless one tells It through
some advertising meillura.
The Evening Bulletin Is the
an advertisement In the
because all are displayed
In a proper manner Hut
letln nils, arc paying nds,
USINQ BULLETIN WAIST ADS.
Vol. XI. No. 198o.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1901
Pkiob 5 Cents.
Jury Drawn in United
TWO JURORS EXCUSED
BECAUSE OF PREJUDICE
Federal Attorney Dunne Uses the
Limit of Challenges Tne
Defense Hakes No
TO CUESTS OF OddS
Wnlluku, Nov. 2. Mr. and Mm. W.
d. Ogg gac a very plensant at home on
Tiiesdny evening nt the home of the
acting manager of Wnlluku plantation.
The affair vv-ns Riven In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. I.yon of Chicago, oil
acquaintances of the hosts. A large
number of Indies and gentlemen re
sponded to the Inflation, and by 8
o'clock tho cosy parlor of the Wells
mansion and also Its spacious lanatt
were filled with Invited guests. Sev
eral of the ladles were prevailed upon
to render musical selections as fol
lows: "On the Hoail to Mandelay," by
Miss May Huntington; "Wal o Puna
lau." by Miss M. It. Nape; "My Old
Now" Hampshire Home," by MrH. J. L.
Coke, nnd native musical selections
were glen by Messrs. ltobt. Nawahlne
and Sam Kclllnol. Light refreshments
were served during the evening and
Mime of the younger numbers of the
guests enjoyed dancing.
In the United States District Court
this morning, Antonio Hodrlgues wal
put on trial for a violation of the Lit
The first twelve JurorR on the panel
were called Into the Jury bo. Their
examination on oath as to qualifica
tions proceeded, Deputy District At
torney J. J. Bunno lending. Ills ques
tions were so comprehensive that
Crelgbton & Correa for the defendants
ndiled none when It came their turn.
Captain John Koss was excused be
cause he had objections to serving as 'i
Juror on rucIi cases. In explaining
himself to Mr. Dunne he went so far as
to say that ho considered ninllie had.
as a rule, more than morality to do
with such prosecutions. Judge KMce
therkiil him at that, saying It was
sufficient cause that the Juror win
.1. A. Dyrne having a similar reason
fur not serving, the iiiurt cautioned
him that It was not ncecssnry to di
vulge whether his prejudice was to
ward the prosecution or the defense.
Charles Murray. J. S. Martin and
.1. D. Holt, after passing for uiuse,
were peremptorily excused by the Fed
eral attorney, three challenges being
the limit of the prosecution. The elc
fc nse had no chnlUngc to make and the
following Jurors were sworn to try tha
Charles Nottcy. H. C. Morton, II.
Kltmme, A. S. Trescott, Stanley Ste
venson, J. A. Hughes, (leorge II. Tur
ner 12. K. Mosamnn, Harry F. David
son. W. W. Chamberlain, .1. T. Cope
land and H. M. Duncan.
.ludgo Kstee said tho court had some
other business to attend to. nnd, with
a caution to the Jury against talking
about the asu outside, ordered a retcs
till 1:S0 this afternoon.
An Immense'. Assembly
FEW JURORS EXCUSED
BY JUDGE HUMPHREYS
After the Calling of the Jury the
Criminal Calendar is Takeu
Dp ---Mr. Cathcart
i mm it hn
If ID WIT
News comes from l.lhuo plantation.
Kauai, that on Weduesday last u
Japanese had his leg broken by a
(tuple of I'orto Hlenns. The latter
weio caught pulling up some stakes
iu a Held that the Japanese In equa
tion had put down lor a-special pur
pose. The Asiatic remonstrated with
the I'orto Hteans, who Immediately
turned on him. threw him down nnd
beat him with their shovels until his
leg was broken. Ihu assailants went
nnested nnd tho wounded mnn was
u.movcd to the hospital.
This Is only one of the Instances
of the degredatlon of the I'orto IMcun
laborers) that have recently been sent
to Kauai. They seem to have abso
lutely no Idea of law nnd older.
Wherein lies the difference In the
I'orto Means employed on plantations
of this Island and Kauai and tho ones
working on the plantations of Hawaii
Is a mystery, but certnln it Is that,
while tho people here and on Kauai
have had constant cause for complaint
against tho recently Imported labor
eis, thoe of Hawaii say they are per
I wily satistled. and the plantation
managers who have hail dealings with
thciu say they do not want any moio
talthful or trustworthy people to work'
WAILUKU TURNS OUT
FOR THE BIG LUAU
Donations Liberal and Large Attend
ance Promise Good Balance
Wnlluku. Nov. 2. Tho great church
luau came off this afternoon at Kanhu
ninnii church grcainds. 1'rcparatlom
had been carried on on a gigantic
scale. A big lanul COxSO was erected In
ficuit of the church underneath which
the guests of all denominations en
Joyed (he many good things prepared
on a most lavish scale. The kiiman
Inns say that the last church luau of
nieh magnitude was given In 18S7.
The nroceids of tho luau are In
tended for defraying the expenses of
both repainting the Interior as well as
exterior of the church, and also put
ting on corrugated roofing.
Judge Knlua had the mntter of this
mammoth luau In hand and he spared
no expense In seeing to Its succoss. In
fact the results of this luau arc. mani
fold. It not only provides means for
ilt fraying expenses of repairing tho old
church nnd clock, but It also provides
means of livelihood to many unem
ployed. Malic lets fiom Itllo sold at
one dollar. Messrs. S. Ahunl and W.
II. Cornwell Sr. each donated a bul
lock, while lion. II. 1. lt.iliVvin donat
ed a 2.10 pound pig. The ladles nil
hustled work with tickets nnd Ms
this morning. The luau has moro the
aspect of one given to a klug rather
than a charitable purpose.
I'nder curt fill management there
will be enough money left after de
ducting necessary expenses, to pay the
services of a first class watchmaker
from Chicago who will put tho town
clock In good older, so that It will be.
of practical use to the public Instead
of only ornamental as It Is now. If
t)at Is done this luau can claim to have
achlevid something of lasting benefit
to all for years to come. The repair
ing of the church only benefits u cer
tain class or set but tho clock Is use
ful to both Christian and pagan If
The weekly edition of tho evening
llullctln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Everybody knows that
Collcgo Hills, with Its fine
air, good views, water Blip
ply, ear service and good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
Hut not everyone realizes
that College Hills lots are
so much lower priced than
those In the hot low-lying
district, with no view or car
A third of.an acre lot for
$900 Is only J cents per
Easy terms, too Consult
the Sales Agents.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
GHALIA (illt!) TO 1
Sweet Emalla, a well-known char
acter and a woman who has for years
past given the police more trouble
than any two women who have had
dealings with them, was this forenoon
sentenced by Judge Wilcox to ouo
month's Imprisonment at hard labor
01. the charge of drunkenness.
Sweet Emalla has been worse than
ever lately in the matter or talilug
no much liquid refieshments and dis
turbing the quiet of the night. Time
and again she has been dealt with le
niently by Judge Wilcox nnd warned
to go and bin no more. Her Saturday
night escapade was the limit and she
was this Ion-noon given her Just (In
serts. Sweet Emalla was at ouo time u
handsome Hawaiian girl. Liquor got
the better of her until finally she was
reduced to the very lowest levels
Then she became Insane nnd was scut
to the asylum. She remained there
several months nnd was finally dis
charged us i iireil,
Itemorse evidently took possession
of Sweet Emalla, and she entered at
once Into religions work, going hero
and there In her endeavors to spread
Christianity. Finally the old appetite
came back again and the woman sank
lower than the levels which she hud
fuiinerl) attaint (I.
She said it-centlv lo a friend: "I
have beep trying to be a good woman,
but (lie i uie alter liquor Is beyond
lit) control. I cannot help myself, and
1 feel that I am lost fotovor."
Mary Kaabao Achl has brought Milt
for illveiieo against James Ixalowo,
now an Inmate of the leper settlement
ou Moloknl. Until parties (onrerncil
are f i oin llnnn Maul. Tho plaintiff
states that the defendant has lulled to
maintain and support her and that he
has no lands or other properly from
vthlch she can expect money. Further
more, her living since tho seizure of
her husband as a leper has been de
Pendent upon the labor of nor own
hands and tho help of her friends.
There was an Immense multitude
iu attendance nt the opening of the
November term of tho First Circuit
Court, which took plnte at 10 o'clock
this morning. Not only was the court
room filled to overflowing, but the cor
ridors wero Jammed wall people ol
many nationalities and colors, l'artles
to civil suits and witnesses In both
criminal nnd civil cases, attorneys, po
licemen and curious spectators, un
sides defendants out on ball, made up
Juice A. S. Humphrey. itrst cir
cuit Judge of tho First Circuit, on the
opening of court Immediately had the
return of trial Jurors called. Kverj
man summoned answered to bis name
I'heu tho court asked ir any tutors nan
excuses to present.
Edwin St. C. I'llnnala was excused
on nccount of being a clerk In the law
office of Holmes fc Htunley.
Iliii-ninnn l.e.vv thought he should
get off because his partner had served
on the Jury for the special term Just
expired. The excuse was denied.
Jas. M. Sims was denied exemption
on the score of business employment
Samuel Spencer wns excused be
cause two other employes of Allen :
Itoblnsmi were summoned on this Jury.
Arthur Jones wnR denied his excuse
for being needed In the store where
he Is employed. Judge Humphreys
remarked In his ase that one Jurot
was not nptto be engaged continuous-
for any great lengtn 01 ume.
Isaac Harbottlo was .excused for
ten daH to go out ot town on ousi
ness. This ended the requests lor ex
emption. The names of the entire pan
el ns summoned appears elsewhere.
Judge Humphreys next canen tne
criminal calendar. Deputy Attorney
General J. W. Cuthcart representing
Kanuilu. rune, out on ball. 1'asscd
tilt' 1! o'clock.
II. (lusnian, murder second degree
Plea In abatement under ndvlsement
by Judge flear.
Asal (Japanese), nss'auil with dau
gcrnus weapon, llrooks withdrew
plea In nbntemcut and defendant will
plead not guilty.
Wm. Wolfson, gross cheat. I'len iu
W. Nllson, larceny second degree.
Heady for 2 p. m. tomorrow.
Noah Kalua, larceny second degree,
to follow Nllson's ease
Kane, larceny second degree. Call
ed In linen court without answer,
llench warrant Issued and sureties de
clared in derault. At recess Kano
cume to the Judlclnry building nnd
explained bis absence to Clerk Kel
lett. promising to appear In court ot
Joseph do Hego Souza. larceuy hoc
ond degree. Heady.
Domlngos Kerrclrn, outrage on per
son under fourteen. Placed at foot of
calendar at request of Straus.
Ah I'nk, assault with weapon. Passed.
Knathue. rape; II. It. Jones alias
Hlce anil It. C. llenshall alius Hodge,
assault and battery; Poloalea, sell
ing liquor without license. Set for
Wednesday In turn.
Henry Paulo, common nuisance.
Passed, defendant to be produced.
Win. McCarthy, assault nnd battery.
Htady for Weduesday
Mrs. Mon War, assault and battery;
Manuel Souza, selling liquor without
license; Emalla Lcahl, the bame; Yo
Mynma Matsutado. koeplug disorderly
house; Ollvu Kane, heedless driving.
All to be set Thursuny.
Frank Fisher, assault and battery:
Ho Kit, the same. November 7. At
kinson & J mill withdrew from defense
of latter and Hobcrtson ete Wilder sub
stituted. Antoue Correa, Mauuel Hogen nnd
August do Itego, larceny second de
gree. Passed till Wednesday.
Ng Pak, assault and buttery. To bn
notified by bailiff to appear Thursday,
Ah Ung, Ah Choy and Ah Tim, gam
bllng; A. Doak, selling adulterated
food; Choy Yong, alias Shul Yong,
gambling; Ah Fonk, gambling. Passed
till November 8.
fleorge Wade, murder first degree;
Iharu lchlgoro, Chlda Mnnzabaro, Ya
luano Nnnchlro and Osakl Manklchi,
murder first degree. Pleas In abate
ment pending before Judgo Gear. Pass
ed, also two other murdor cases
against the namo four Japanese.
Klkl, manslaughter; Iokopa alias
Tlkopa, assault with weapon, Novem
ber 8, at 2 p. m.
Matsumoto, larceny Becond degree.
Pnsed till 2 p. in.
l'alenapa, larceny second degree.
Km ember 11, nt 10 a. in.
Kealoha, larceny Becond degree
Sun Chun, larceny second degree.
Pleaded not guilty.
Lul Ollvvn alias Ollwa Kane, umlioi
tletnent. November 11, nt 10 n. m.
Ontonla Dante, keeping disorderly
linuso; Thomas Metcalf, assault and
battery; Sing Chock nnd Chin Liim.
assault nnd battery, November 11, nt
It) a. mh.
A. Akrons, manslaughter third de
cree. Pleaded not guilty. Ilond fixed
William Ester, murder flrBt degroe.
Hcnnwt and undertaker's wagons arc(
not much in demand In Honolulu al
though from a study of the Hoard uf
Health statistics, this city will hold
IU own with any of Its size, for death
It will be remembered that In Sep
tcmber of this year an execution was
Issued from the Second District Court
of Honolulu, levying on the personal
property of O. II. Harlan, a man who
came hereisomo time ugo for the pur
pose of entering Into the undertaking
business. Ho did not meet with much
success In his efforts, although he was
fitted out with the requisite paraplur
nulla. It wns not very long before he
got Info a' financial cUfflculty with II.
G. Mlddlenjtch nnd tho result was a
suit In Judgo Dickey's couit In which
the plaintiff came out victor with a
Judgment of $143.17.
The only property Harlan possessed
was the htmrso and undertaker's wa
gon. These were levied on and. on the
name day. u slow procession might
have been seen filing outf on Itlver
street toward the Jail with Deputy
Sheriff Albert McOurn as the officiat
ing clergyman and Detective David
Knpan as the chief mourner.
Some two weeks or so ago, an effort
m puis li i m
HIE 1 PROTEST
Plans Are Submitted to
the Government for
HILO SWIMMING CLUB
GETS COCDANUT ISLAND
Street Widening Swap Ordered
Another Lot of Liquor Licenses
Come Under Consideration.
At tin- Executive Council this morn
lug It wns voted to grout Thomas
Spencer, Jr., of llilo, restoration of
The Honolulu Hnptd Transit & Land
Ouo - t n (ntil loti tfttt fill
was made by Auctioneer Morgan in sell, ',,,;., r ,,alu for extension of
tho vehicles but there were no bujeis,
Today, another attempt to sell win
made but with the same result. From
the looks of things. II. G. Mlddledltch
will not have his claim satisfied.
The Capital baseball team has a big
kick on over Inst Saturday's game with
the Custom House boys and this kick
has taken the shape of a protest which
has already been lodged with Deputy
Sheriff Chllllngworlh and which will
be presented at a special meeting of th
Winter Lcnguc to be held In the Elite
building tomorrow evening.
The Capitols believe that, had It
not been for a certain decision of the
umpire In the seventh Inning, they
would have downed the custom House
They state that, while Kekuewa was
running from second to third, the ball
was thrown to the latter base to ratch
the runner. Elston missed the ball
which continued on to the crowd be
)oud. One of the sympathizers of the
Custom House picked up the ball,
threw It back to Elston who In turn
threw It to Clark, the pitcher, who hart
run to third bnse to assist. The result
was that the man on second was put
out and the result of the whole game
was changed. The Capitols stale that,
had not the ball been thrown to third
b the crowd, both Kekuewa and tho
mnn on second would have reached
home safely and the game would have
Amended plea In bar allowed ou mo
tion of Straus.
The rest of the nearly ono hundre-'
criminal cases were all called and
dates made away Iu advance.
m i a ik
MRS. MAY WALKER SAYS
HER HUSBAND WAS CRUEL
its tracks from Piiuahou through Pa
vvau to Ala Moana, or tne Wnlklkl
lleach road. The matter was referred
to J. II. Hojd, Superintendent or Pub-
i lie Works, for report.
An application of S. Fret-hind for
!u hotel liquor license, nt l.ahalna was
Ah Kon Chuck wnuted his light wlui
anil beer license at Knpan. Kauai,
changed to a dealer's liquor license.
Ah his present license will not e.xpliei
for some time, action was postponed. ,
Wm. McKay, Walpln, Hawaii, and
J. de Mello. Keokea, Hawaii, wero
'granted rencwnls of their light wine
anil beer licenses
Superintendent ltoil wns authorized
to go nliend with a laud exchange pro
posal from Annn Kentwell, for the
widening uf llei-etnuln at the head of
The Hllu Swimming Club bavins
sent In a copy of Its by-laws, It was
giuutcd Its desired privileges of oetu
pylng Cocoanut Island. It must cut
no trees nnd Is expected to keep tho
slain' In good sanitary condition.
Adds to this a Charge of Neglect and
Absence From Home For
Weeks at a
IS ROYALLY OBSERVED
BY JAPANESE RESIDENT
Consul Miki Saito Received Hundreds
of Guests Another Reception
t Tonight Exercises
W. Duffy, Ernest Ford nnd Hit hard
Douglass wero this forenoon flnixl $20
and costs ou the charge of assault and
battery on Officer Wills. It seems
that the three men Jumped the police
'oflker named with iiiuso and started
In to give him a seveie drubbing, ror-
, , Innately, other olllcers arrived on tho
May I.. Walker hai brought suit for BC,,IU! before much damage toubl be
divorce against, F. G. E. Walker on ball Q(,n nnd the thiee men were arrest
raising charges. Mbellnnt, after stat-jed.
!ng thnt she was married to the llbellie i Wills has been In very bad luck of
on Maich 13, I807, proceeds to detail, late; not inuny nights ago n member
tho causes which led up to the filing of !f '", '" '' Hlarc "' '
.. , i i . ii. from behind with u bllM of V.001I or
the papers asking for absolute divorce; .,. of ,iat nnluri..
Mrs. Walker says that her husband I " ...
has betn guilty of personal violence
to her during two years last past unci ,
that, on or about May II. ISM, "all
which time the llbell.int lay weak am);
III and ciintlncd to her bed and having
the care of their Infant child then ot
the age ot fourteen months, the libel.
NATIVUS DRANK ALCOHOL.
hint acted toward the child In a man
ner calculated and Intended to nnuo)
Methylated splilts has onte more
I proved the cause of death of an unsus
pecting native. Iliilupll, by name, ,t
workman under Henry llertlemann, the i the exercises on the grounds of tho
contractor. The other native who Japanese school on Nuunnu street,
Sunday wns the birthday of the Km
peror of Japan nnd Japanese residents
of tho cltv celebrated the event In a
way that Invariably marks them ns one
of the most loyal nations of the world.
Ono could not go moro than two blotks
yesterday without running across a Ja
From 10 to 12. the Japanese Consul,
Miki Salto received at his home on
Nuiiaiiu avenue. This reception wns
particularly for the subjects of thn
Mikado, several hundred of whom call
ed during the hours mentioned. The
home was must beautifully decorated
In Japanese style for the occasion.
rhrjKantheuiums playing a great part
In these decorations.
The guists were royally treated hy
Consul and Mrs. Salto who received
most graciously with the assistance of
Vice Consul nnd Mrs. Okabe, S. P.
Sacko. S. Yosblye. S. Nagasawa and
At 3 o'clock In the afternoon began
I drank from the fatal bottle discovered
Iu Mr. Ilertlemann's shops was Aplkl.j
, .....-. k. - .....I .11.. .....I ,...(.!. I HI
In ous names toward the llbellaut, ' . ,, ... ... , ,. , ,, ,,,,
struck her. and threatened to leavt-1 'n . lln-P HI. 1 he belief Is that
' Mlilu tititlin u-lll rprnppr.
with the child never to leturn. " - . . .
The llbellaut chargis further that
assistant!) during the period of the Ill
ness Just described nnd at other times;
further, thnt he ha.i deserted her for i
I The two mm worked together at the
llertlemann shops. On Fllday after
noon, they discovered the bottle nnd
each took a good sized drink. On Sat
urday. Iliilupll died. Dr. Walters was
above- Vineyard.. Speeches were de
livered and poems praising the llfo
work of the Mikado, were read. As on
every holiday occasion, among the Ja
panese, the place was elaborately dec
orated. The exercises were opened by Dr.
Hiilda, the chairman, who Introduced
O. Shlod of the Kel llln bank, the
orator of the day. Tho speaker wns
Is What Healani Men
are Talking About
WALL AND ATKINSON
CAN NO LONGER SERVE
Fred Church, Allen Walker and Paul
Jarrett, Possible Candidates
For Capitaincy of
The annual meeting of the Healani
Yacht and lloat Club, and the elec
tion of olllcers to serve tor the next
)e-nr. Is to he held during the latter
part of this month. Among the pres
ent otfleers and directors there seems
to be a feeling thnt the new and young
blood of the club should be pushed
I forward and elected to fill tho posi
tions in many cases ueia tor several
years by the same men. Walter Wnll.
the president, nnd A. I.. C. Atkinson,
captain, have announced themselves
as unable to longer serve, and so with
these two positively refusing to stnud
tor another term, the members are
casting about for worthy successors to
these elllclent officers.
Among Atkinson's friends he Is men
tioned prominently to succeed Wall In
the presidency As captain ho has
made a great success of the position
und has filled it with credit to himself
and In the best Interests of tho club.
It Is considered that as a testimonial
to him. ho should be elected to fill tho
highest office within tho gift of the
members nnd will In all probnblllty
it consider his determination not to
There are to be several uomlnucs
for the position of captain, who Is
appointed by tho directors, after elec
tion, and the hardest tight will como
In the selection of tho man to fill Oils
position. Three, men are now spoken
of nnd the club would be fortunate Iu
the selection of either. Fred. Church
is one. He has a largo following and
U an oarsman of experience, and
for many years has been connected
with the sport of rowing. Allen Walk
er is the choice of many of tho younger
members or the club to lead them, nud
Paul Jarrett has also a largo following.
Already slates are belug made by
three or four parties and the night of
the election will be a lively ono fur nil
llesldes the election of officers nnd
the regular annual meeting an amend
ment to tlm by-laws will be proposed.
In looking over the club's rules It
appears that there Is no clause In
them regulating tho conduct of tho
members In the club house. This be
ing the case. It Is proposed to amend
tho by-laws and Incorporate In them
a rule giving tho directors tho power
to suspend or expell any member com
plained of by four other members, for
ungentle-manly conduct while Iu the
II.. . I.. .. ..... I ..tl.l ...! sl.l. i ....., t I. . In tilti nAinnrLn I ti urnlun rf
.......t, ,.J J.... . ,. Il,,. l..,.vl,. h.f I CIIIK'll HI sie Alum ami mi. ......,, im.i , '" '' .""." ' .....- ...
Ill In bed, and alone In the house,
without food, care or attention of nny
kind; further still, that he has failed
to provide) tin- common necessities of
Tho llbellaut. who Is represented by
Attorney Hoyal D. Mead, asks for ab
solute divorce, the care of the child,
Violet Walker by name, and suitable
was sent to the hospital. the work of the Mlkndo, saying that it
A coioner's Jury In the case of thai was through this great man's efforts
death of Iliilupll has been summoned (but Japan had risen to Us pie-sent pn-
nud will meet In the Deputy Sheriff's! tsltlon as a world power.
ON WHOM IS .lOKtl.
otlke at the police station this even
Will Go FlHhlnfV
The young men Interested In the for
mation of an angling club will go out
beyond Diamond Dead next Saturday
for the purpose of doing some deep sea i
T, Ishlkawa, editor of the Yaninto
Shliubiin. was the next speaker. He
too spoke of the grent work of the Ml
kndo. The reading of poems followed
The exercises were closed by the sing
lug uf the Klmlgii)c. the Japanese n.i-
' tlon.il anthem.
I The Young Men's Iludilhlst Associa
te "".,.... .....i .. ii .., .i... i, .. .i.ii.i.,.
.1.1. rl II I I.nn ln I null "an n "IK iii.-'-iiiih ii" '" "
urilillK. I i nill Kw in nut 1'iuv.v ... , ... . . , . ., .
.. ..in i. iJr.. i... ,. temple last evening In celebration '
Japanese b.ut f,,,,n vvhicl, the fishing! '" ?""'? 1'lr,',,ln''. ""p wcw
will be done. A good catch Is expelled. ' ?'rl ,""- "'" ' ,' "V V T ' I
,-..i.. .. in i ......... , .. fre-shments. Dr. K. Ilnlda delivered
,.. ,.f ,i. .,.... li,.! , the address of welcome. Among the
' . epeake-rs was Dr. Knbayashl, vice pres
ldint ot the association.
WIHEH1K8 TO HIIEKIFP. This evening at 7 o'clock, the Japan-
... use Consul and olllelals of the legation
A resident of, Wilder avenue, near
Oahu College, and one of the hoys,
hi wondering If a certain Hallowe'en
Joke Is on him or some others. It
seems that on Friday night last Dr.
Allied Wall, Dr. Ormo Wall. Cluu.
Frazler, Wm. Soper and Wade Arm
strong went to the home of thn party
of the first part nnd. removing tha "'" '','r"1. "' imhwhi iic.ii i'ru.,.Up llt tlc consulate This reccp
gates, took the-m some distance nway. ' iuiii"i" '' ... ... -"". ,lon Is Intended for Japanese only.
' l,.l...th...i iit.itln.. fli.it lililip.k I Irllll lltlll ... .. - . ...... .
The eclebrntlnn of tne Mlknilos
birthday began Saturday night with a
big banquet by thn lending Japanese
merchants of tho city at the Japanese
restaurant in Knpalamn, Among those
present were the following: United
Stales Maishal E. 11. Hendry. H. C.
Stnckable, Henry Johnson, Edward To
gaily. J. I.. Holt. David Petemon, J. K
Hi own. Jr.. Prof. A. II. Ingalls, K. .1
ImiiiilHhl, S. Ktmurn, K. Yamamota
Wnwiihiirn. K. Ono, I. Asaila, T. .Mura
kami lilmiokn. Motsnshlgn, Kawasaki
oinkura. lsoshlnia, Iwakaml Ahlndn,
Kataglharl. Kawate, II. Tauaka, Mat-
siimotn. Takaktiwa. Iwanngn. Illrose,
llajaslil Kmio. Imasaka. Seknmoio
M. Clilyn. Nakainiira. K. Oda, Suga, S,
Osakl and Nakainiira of Hlshop's bulk.
Speeches were made by Messrs. Fogar
ty. Stnckable, Drown. Jnbnson, Ima
nlshl, Yumnmotn, Hendry and others.
Mrs. Eliza Mncfnrlauc, mother of
Colonel George, E. C, F. It.. II., and
Clnrencc Mncfnrlaue. Is In a very tir-
carious condition at her bomo In Wal-
klkl, opposite the Hotel Annex.
un Saturday last, Mrs. Macfarlano
vvau out overseeing tho work of the
servants Iu tho yard. Sho directed thn
operations! from tho lauai. but lator on
started to go out Into the yard. Ah
she was descending thu steps, she lost
her balance and tell, dislocating thu
hip bono of her left log.
This accident would havo been se
rious even to a young person, but to a
lady ns far advanced In ngo as Mrs.
Macfarlano the tesult has been ex
tremely serious, and thero nro fears
that she may not recover from tbo
Tho Japanese yard boy wakened early "'"" """' ' '"" "
the next morning and. feeing what had commit ed A I. Quung to the next tern
happened, proceeded to replace the, '" Fourth Circuit Court, to awnlt
gates so that, when the owner of the uu ,lltlo "r1l" (,ri""1 '!'" ,
place wakened the next morning, thero A1' ('"-' ,'" ''J '"" U """
was nothing unusual In the appearance ju'l- "rooks tried to g.i a writ of
of things about his premises
. habeas corpus Issued a few das since.
1 It will be remembered that Judgo Gear
Tho steamer J. A. Cummins will sail '"",' ""' rit. "" ,h? K"'1 .,,'a1!'
tnninrrnur " sueti a iiniunn ntn- un'iihui i mi.
It should be In ought In the Third fir-
for windward Oahu
muring at 7 o'clock.
culty, the t In ult
! wns ciinvlitiil.
iu which tlm niai-
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for 10c up
Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Pnrkages shipped 'o
nil parts ot tho United
Stntes and Kuropo.
OMlce. 1017 llothol St,,
opposite Honolulu Market.
W. (I. Moirls. a negro, was arrested
Saturday night Iu one of the down
tow iih.ihionH. cm thu charge of curr)
lug a deadly weapon. He appeared for
til.il In the Police Court today but hi'
case was tontlnued until tomorrow.
When ins case was called, Harris
stated that ho did not mean anything
wrong when he showed his revolver In
thu saloon. Ho was simply trying t
dispose of It.
With shoes the last Is first; with men
The first shall be tho lost and when
Shoes wear out, they're mended now
Whilst men worn out aru men dead
Our Repair Department
is a First-class
done by us is work done
Mrs. Knmnla Sntthlanadbau Is tho
editor of tho Indian Ladles' Maga.lno,
nnd numbers among her contributors
several Hindoo women writers. The
lnagazino Is published In English.
M. E. II. A No 100 meefs every Mon
day evening In Elks Hall See uotlci
under New Today.
If the world owes us a living It
ought to get a mortgage ou Itself nnd
pay Its debts.
If ou have decided to hnvo now
soles or heels ou our old hIiuob, bring
ihein to us We guarantee to do the
very best work at tho lowest prlco.
1057 FORT STREET.