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VOL.-KI. ,tfo. 1985.
HONOLULU, TKRK1TOBY OP HAWAII, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER r, 1901
Pkiob 5 Cents.
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II FROM IAN
Home Government Is
. ft Supply. , .
IMMIGRANTS ARE CLEAN
HEALTHLY AND INTELLIGENT
Far Superior to Former Lots Coming
During Transition Period
Have to Bunt for
Ileport comes that the Japantsn
Government ashamed of the record
made by some of Its people In Hawaii
Is exercising the strictest supervision
over the further Immigration of la
borers to these Islands and as a result
there are a much finer lot of peoplo
coming at the present time than ever
During the time between the annexa
tion of the Islands and the going into
effect of the American laws, when the
laborers were brought here by the ship
load the people were as n rule of th
lowest class from Japan. Among them
were many women of easy virtue. Soon
these people who would not labor If
they could help It were congregating
In the towns of the Islands In prefer
enca to laboring In the cane fields and
from this class most of tho prostitutes
iero recruited. Krom the appearance
of tho people coming hero now they ota
In every way superior to their conn
to men coming before tlani and from
nil reportB nro cleanly, thrifty nnd
much more Intelligent. Most of them
nre married und nearly nil of them nre
joung people from eighteen tu twenty-
five years of nge, und nre fiom the best
agricultural class lu .Is pun
... During, the-last three months In the
.neighborhood of 1500 of hotu sexes
have arrived here. Their examina
tions have been very thorough nnd of
the lot less than 2 per cent have been
i ejected. As each person leaving the
Japanese Empire, has to procure a pass
port before taking ship the matter of
supervising the clasn of people coming
here Is an easy one. Laborers shipped
through the Immigration companies
have to pay a fee of J10 to the company
for the passport. This fee makes tho
company liable to the person procuring
the passport through them, for support
and aid when In trouble In a foreign
lountry. For a license to engage in
the Immigration business the company
has to pay to the Japanese Government
the sum of 10,000.
In speaking of the matter this morn
ing Immigration Commissioner .1. IC.
Hrovvn stated that In all tho peoplo lin
had seen of the last arrlvnls they were
by fur very superior to niiy of tho
others of previous batches of laborers
nrrlvlng. Particular pains nre taken to
Inquire Into their marital relations nnd
In marly every case tho people are
found to be married. Sumo of them
had as much as J 150 on arrival and nit
had $40 which the steamer company
makes them put up, befoie they aro
allowed on board, as a guarantee for
payment of return passage should they
be rejected here.
In mentioning the tack of contrac ts.
tho commissioner stated that as far us
contracts were" mndo there wcr. nono
and tho peoplo arriving hud no Idea f t
whero they were going to work or who
for. As a matter of fact tho laborers
Instead of being sought out by the
plantations wero having to hustlo for
work and thnt no sperlul effort was
being made to employ tho new arrivals
on liberation from tho quarantine.
This afternoon 1S8 will tome ashoro
from the quarnntlno Island and hunt
for places to live In town until such
tlmo as they can find employment on
Tho calendar's das arc numbered.
The Quick and
am now running every
It taks no longer to go
to College 11111b by Rapid
Transit than It does to go
to Pllkol St. by slow Trams.
Hut tho cool air nnd flno
views mal.n It HKo 11 differ
Invest it nickel In n rldo
them this afternoon.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
Two Chlnament'of about an cnual
size appeared In thu Police Court this
forenoon on the charge of assault and
battery. Tho prosecuting officer ex
plained Hint he had Investigated the
matter and found that there had been
a mutual agreement to fight Ho
would therefore ask for a nolkj Droso-
qul. The, two Chinamen were allowed
to go. ,
. Aa.they reached thu hallway outside
tho entrance there was a great noise.
I'eople left the court-room hurriedly
and Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwortu, who
was in the midst of another cse"wn
asked by Judge Will ox to Intestlgatft.
At the door, tin? prosecuting officer
met Officer Apana returning with the
two Chinamen who had had their
cases nolle pros'd. Ihcy had begun
operations before 'getting very far.
Each man wag lenteuced to forty
eight hours' Imprisonment, un Un
charge of contempt of court, Judgo
Wilcox expressing his Borrow that, un
der the circumstances, he wan not alio
to Impose hard labor.
JVosnccllve Knu WUtlln.
llfnti. Hawaii, Nov. 3. Hi, Schwalllc
,7 Papula will be married to Miss
wnin.on me mm. iney Doin can
count thu whole district M their
friends, nnd the marriage cannot fall
to lie -a happy one.
SAME BEAUTIFUL WIIK
IN DECORATIVE ACT
Copies of Great Masters on Royal
Worcester and Haviland Wall
The Artist Does Her
Miss Nettle W. Klug Is doing beau
tiful dctnrutlvc work at her studio In
the art rooms of the Pacific Hardware
Company. It cuiislsts of making
roplea of the great masters upon Iloyal
Worcester nnd Huvlland ware. Tho
former material tomes plain for ar
tlstlf treatment, consquently part of
hfcwork-.js'' In' tinting tho groundwork.
iiere .miss King ncnieves a nign urao.-
of success, to be seen In delicate tints
melting away .into the surrounding
field like the margin of a rainbow
Upon vases, plates, etc., Minn King
reproduces, with a splendid handling of
colors, tho paintings of such eminent
artists an Mllluls nnd l.elghton. Tho
subjects are Idyllic nnd romantic
brave lords and ludles fair at their
trysts. Homco und Juliet have plac"
In the company. A handsome dog In
one of the pictures Is alone a gem of
art. Miss King has n, kiln and docs her
own firing, Somo ofjter work requires
this process five or six times.
Some ilnral pieces from Mies King's
studio aro shown In the street window
of the Pacific Hardware Co., also an
Ideal head with n wealth of golden hair
flowing over the shoulders.
Water color miniatures on Ivory con
stitute another line pursued by Miss
King. There Is a wonderfully expres
sive one of tho lamented savant. Pro
fessor l.e Conte, of the University of
California, also one of the urtlst'a
mother, both of them sketched from
life. No remembrance of one near and
dear could bo Imagined more desirable
than n well executed portrait of this
kind, rendered durable as well by tho
protection of gluss within a neat gilt
frame. The outward resemblance to
an" oldtlme daguerrotype Imparts a
quaint charm" to the souvenir.
Miss King has been In Honolulu for
a J car past. Her vvorkB have enriched
exhibits of the Kllohana Art League,
but shef doubts Is she will have, any
thing for the next exhibit Amongst
1 uer own wurit,, .uish jiuh t'xiiiuua
'-imno ,, i,r imiho- tiMnrr
! Lv iler sister In California. Mlsa Kdlth
King, which attract admiring atten
tion both In the store window, and Btu
dlo. They aro heads of North Ameri
can Indians and evince artistic power.
MR. UMERY PLEASED.
Wm. 0. Emery, a prominent mer.
chnnt of I'ltchhurg. Mass., Is vliltlnq
bis sou, Wm.- L, Kmery during tha
winter months. Mr. Kmery ctprfBoCn
himself us highly pleased and sur
prised with the business progress and
activity shown In Honolulu. "I hal
nil Idea I should find Honnl'iiu enme
wlint similar to the cities aivtownn
I hnvo visited In Texas and New Mexl
eo," remarked Mr. Kmery. "Thero Is
Just about as much difference as thero
Is between a soup bone and a sirloin
steak, with ever) thing in Honolulu's
favor," Mr. Kmery Is a representa
tive citizen of Kltchburg and Is enjoy
ing a season of travel and recreation
nfter years of careful attention to pri
vate business which he hus conducted
with good success.
GOOD RAIN IN KAU,
Knu, Hawaii, Nov. .1. Splendid
rains hnvo visited thu entire district
during thu past week, and tho outlook
for morn Is good. Seven Inches foil
nt Hllen thu night of tho 30tlt.
Knu, Hawaii, Nov. 3. Robert Wll
helm and Miss Mary Olhsofi wero
married Saturday, tho 2Cth of Ortn
litr. Tho wedding wns a tiulet ono.
They uro both popular and nro con
giatulated by all.
Want Young Men to
OBJECTIONS MADE AGAINST
THIS AGRESSIVE COURSE
Kalauoka'ani Still Favorite of Great
' Many' Party Men Meeffcg
Tonight to Consider
The Home Rule party Is an organlrn
tlon that can say at tho present tlmo
that It has troubles of Its own. Theso
troiibles nre not very great and. yet.
they contains the germs that, with tha
proper kind of medium, tnight produc
In such a manner as to create either a
menace or a desirable state of affairs
according to the standpoint from which
such" a consummation might be viewed.
There was a hint at this trouble at
the meeting of the executive commute
of the Home Rule party 'held last
Thursday night. At that time, It was
very mildly proposed that the old men
of the party take a back seat and that
the younger nnd better educated men
assume the leadership. Even v 1 1 1 tb
mild tone of tho proposition, thero was
a vigorous kick and some of the mora
conservative of tho old men left the
hall, vowing vengeance on those who
would In any wny seek such a statu of
affairs. Tha proposition was put mild
ly because It was only sought to enter
a wedge In the naturo of n feeler.
However, the proposition Is Armly
rooted nnd had Its beginning with the
cud of the last session of tho first
Legislature under the new condition ot
affairs, during which some of tha
younger, member chafed 'under the
leadership of the older men of the par
ty In the rnnkH ot the members ot the
Three young men had their followers
nnd their followers had other follow
ers so thnt, when the proposition took
definite form, there were many who
rallied to the support of tho new ban
ner that was Just being unfurled.
It might be stated Just here that the
trend of this movement was toward the
establishment of tho Homo Rule party
on the basis of Republicanism, dis
carding the word Independent and us
ing tho name Home Rule Republican,
as suggested by Delegate Wilcox, pre
vious to his last trip to thu Mainland.
Tho older members of the Homo Rnlo
party have seen this trend nnd have
lougni sicauny ngainsi 11, reiusing ioi()lleerH were elected
siiomu lorono moment ton ennnge nut
insisting mat ine only wny in Keep
the natives together for tlielr own good
was by holding aloof from other par
ties. The light ts now fairly on. It Is sug
gested thut Mr. Kalnuokulanl, tho man
who fought for principle at tho lata
session of tho Legislature, even against
I his own confreres, nnd who never de 1
I served his stand fori one moment, be
I deposed ns the leader of the Indepen
dent Home Rule party. Mr. Knluuoka
lanl Is perfectly willing to do anything:
' within the bounds of reason for the
I good of IiIb party oven to tho extent of
'resigning from his present position ns
ilcadcr'at tho request of the majority
However, thero Is n largo proportion ot
1 tho Home Rulers who believe that Kap
lan has the right Idea and that th
failures at tho last cession of the
Legislature on (bo part of the Hom
Rulers, were due rather to those of thn
I party who did not live up to what thnr
promised than to any failure on tho
lender's part to carry out his part.
Thero Is to be a big meeting of the
executive commltteo of the party to
night for tho purpose, of considering
tho mutter that hns Just been dwelt on.
While theru Is a feeling on tho part cl
many that tho young 'men will step
Into thn front rank, still thero are
others who believe firmly that tht
young men will see the matter In thn
I right light and bo satisfied to follow
the lead of that staunch old leader
1 David Kaluuokalanl.
I Another mattar to be attended to It
,1)16 election ot two men to fill the
places of members of the executive
committee, one of whom la dead an!
one of whom has resigned. Prince
Jonuh Kalanlanaole and Carlos Long
nre tho favorites In the nice.
Maryland's now ballot law has
brought about a now feat uro of tho
work nt tho polls. Tho workers claim
to havo discovered that many votors
whoso eyesight appears to bo good
cnoueh eltewhcro. nro unnblo to read
the lists of candidates In tho dim
light of tbo polling booths, and. ac
rnrdlnnlv, tho Dumocratle and Btnte
committees havo arranged to purehnsa
about 250,000 pairs of spectacles, to
ho furnished to voters frco of charge,
in order that thoy may read their
tickets. In thesn days of universal
electrical appliances, It would scorn nn
ensy matter to light tho booths to any
desired Intensity: but the ways of pol
iticians nro not nlwnys rnmnrnhcnsinio
to tho lay mind. Philadelphia Ledgor,
Plank hooke of all descript'on de
signed and mado nt the i.v'KNI.NU
IIULLETIN'S Job Office.
TWO LINES OF WORK
V ' ) BY MRS. 4. L. SMITH
Poker Etching and Water Colors at
the ' Art Rooms', of the
Mrs. A. L. Smith ts one of the artists
whoso presence In Honolulu contri
butes greatly tcj the growing fame of
the city as a hemm of high art. At
present Mrs. Smith Is making an ex
hibit of two distinct lines of work at
the art rooms of tho Pacific Hardwuie
One of these Is that otVaker etching,
or burnt work on leather nnd wood.
Tills branch -of houso and furntturn
decoration Is making. Its deserved way
among aspirants to modern refinement.
.Mrs. sinun snows some line reproduc
tions of masterpieces, Including a head
of Christ, 'a child with an apple and a
stork. The last-mentioned Is a charm
ing composition. The bird In Its pro
verbial mystlcAl capacity extcluU Its
bill over a babe floating In n sen shell
upon a pond. All of tho pictures nre
of high merit, causing wonder at the
skill with which strong expression Is
I portrayed with, sn tu speak, a rudo Im
The other line, forming pnrt of Mm.
Smith's present exhibit, is that of wa
ter colors. In this the subjects nro
floral. Great freedom and freshness
are displayed, together with fidelity ol
drawing. The very common hibiscus
of Honolulu hedges Is produced ns natural-looking
as when growing and af
ter a shower. Reside pieces made for
framing. Mrs. Smith hns decorated
photograph holders with her art. Lov
ers of art should not fall to see the ex
hibit. Kohcc' Trip Deferred
Prof. Koehele, thn government ento
mologist, did not leavn for Kohala, Ha
wall, In thn Klnau today, as ho had an
ticipated. He received by. the Mauna
I.o todny an urgent -reqitcnt. asking
him to go to I-uhalns, to examine a
certain section of sugar cane that had
been attacked. Prof. Koebele wl'll
leave for Lahalna In the steamer men
tioned on Krltlay morning and, on the
Tuesday following, he will take the Kl
nau for Kohala, going from there to
Wnlmcu and IIIIo on a tour of Impoc-
tlon of the forests.
Social Club Organized.
Thn Ynnnir Men'n Rnrlnl f'lnh wiw 111.
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the corner of I-ort and Vineyard streets
iusi evening, mis pmco win no useu
ns club rooms and will bo open to
members nt till times. Tho club start-1
ed with nlno members. Tho limit has
been placed nt forty. The follow lug
A, II. Hudson.
1 president; A. J
Dolllnger. vice presi
dent; J, S. Dolllnger, secretary, and A.
Luou for MlrtH Kmltlilen.
Kuu, Huwull, Nov. 3. Mljs Smith
lea, who has been visiting Mis. Hew
lit m iNoaicnu lor inn past mrcii
months, leaves for Honolulu on thu
Muunn Lon. A luau wns given In her
hi-nor by Mr. nnd Mrs. llowltt Satur-
a aSk-i-Ha o-
IS II ill Pill?
KAU CHINESE KEEPER
FOUND IN FISH POND
Residents of District are Angry Over
Apparent Failure of Police De
partment to Investigate
Kau, Hawaii, Nov. 3. Wong Kul, n'
Chinaman keeper of tho fish pond at i
Honiiapo, wait found drowned In the
pond on tho morning of tbo 2a.
Ho bad been hshing With a Inrge net,
which cannot he found. Thero aro
many other signs of foul play.
Tho police au usual, howovur, aro ,
making no Investigation.
It Is now tha opinion ot tho district
that In order to bo absolutely snfu
eler. steal or sell whisky, but woo to
liuui aiiL'D. u in'inuii utuoi tjiuiut luue
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tho man that Is Innocent.
A stage coach the prompter.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city lor 10c up
wards. Try thm. Phone Blue 821.
Packages shipped 'o
all parte or the United
States and, Europe.
Office, 1047 Uuthol St,
opposite Honolulu Market.
Eagerly Sought .
MR. ARMSTRONG'S CLASSES
SHOW GRATIFYING GROWTH
Commercial Law Will be Added to
Shorthand, Bookkeeping and
Success Is attending the commercial
ttalnlng department of the Honolulu
High School. Instituted only at tho
beginning of the present term a few
weeks ago, the department has grown
far above the statute of experiment. A
large proportion of the pupils of the
High School Ih taking the benefit of
the opportunity to ncqulre thu useful
knowledge Imparted In tho new de
partment. The word "taking" is used
advisedly, for this commercial teaching
Is elective with thu luiplls. It ts elec
tive with languages nnd only the senior
class is barred. Kvldenres are abound
ing that the pupils come to this com
mercial tuition with great enthusiasm.
Fred J. Armstrong Is in chargo of
the department. Ho wns selected, upoa
high recommendations, by Professor
M. M. Sentt, principal of the High
School, while on n visit to California
lu thu summer vacation. Mr. Arm
strong Ih 11 graduate of the University
j of California, lbM, and Is 110 less en
thusiastic over his charge than the
young people under his chargo nre over
their Kindles In the department.
Thu department Is housed In mi old I
cottage ,h, the III.!. School grounds. Its'
different branches being segregated in!,
rooms on the ground Hoar. SMirthanrt.
uooKkeeping aim commercial geogra- Mossman: Minnie, Hall nnd her hus
phy nr" tho branches thus far covered, band, Wilbur Hall; Wattle Ilannlstcr
It Is Intended In time to ndil eoninkT-inud
clal law to tho currlculian. Included In
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wonuH raarnciH una nn.
iravei. nnunuiinii is ungui on un
blackboard, tho Pitman system being
used. Tho department owns six typo-
1 writers, but this number being Inndn-
mmtii nlmiit nne-thlnl of ino minlU
rent niaclilncH at their own expense,
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ui' '"" Kcyi.nnrus-inai is. mo
characters are not marked on thu keys, j
it (be touch method, corresponding
to thu teaching of thu plann.
.qinrtlnir wlili tivnntv.nlnn nimll
ibere are now seventy-ono enrolled In
all branches. About sixty per cent of
these are girls. Only ten of tho pupils
profess to take the commercial course,
an a means of livelihood, tho lemalndcr
avowing simply thu mottvo of adding
to tlielr store of know ledge for enbnnc-1
Ing their usefulness In any sphere of
life wherein tlielr tnt mnv l.n nil
lir. wherein their lot mn bo cast,
Typewriting pupils como In relays
from tho regular si hool classes to
which they belong. Many of them
cheerfully nttend after school hours
i Eo us to give the teacher n chance nnd
,,r) 01t , .lenartmeiit In Its period
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nf ilnvelnnment. Mp. Aruhnnr. i.rlnr
Mr. Armstiong, prior
to mis arrangement, nun to put in nine
hours n day with the classes. Ilcsldtsi ny , nf tho 10rg meiom.,i n
this evidence of devotion is tho renting tho suit, It Is ulluged that tho will o'
of tho typewriters by pupils ulreadjr tho lato Christian II, Ilertelinann Is
mentioned. I a bit clpudy nnd that tho suit Is being
Mr. Armstrong nnd n pupil of tlio J-rouRht not hernuso tno loan of $500
High School senior class did the clcc-l,31l,1,,8,lre'1 hut because tho miuiir men
trie light wlrine of tho rooms whi,.iliwl"'h know elennltoly whoro Ihey nro
Hi , tno rooms w nun ..al.. slll)Il, 10 ,,, h UoCi1l,(I In
enables tho work of tho teacher to ,ler favori ,iloy ,,,, nt onl (lo
proceed In the evenings. Many of the wuu they pleased with their portion,
pupils pursue their studies nnd pro- -. .
paro tlielr lesson pnprfj In tho roomn
by artificial light.
It has been found Impossible to ad
mit outsiders to the department, al
though the Tloard of Kduratlon Is ho
itcgcd by such for admission.
w i m
LOSES HIS Mil
Thu Supremo Court has rendered
a unanimous opinion on tho excep
tions of plaintiff, which aro overruled.
In tho ense of Oulstan V. Ropcrt, trus
ti c. vs. Solomon Kauai. Kiikull Kauai
, piiu hu ill:
and Ho Ileo. 1". M. Hatch, who sat
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plaintiff were tho granting, by Judgo
I.ittlo sitting In thn First Circuit tem
porarily, of defendants motion for n
nonsuit nt thu close of plnlutlff's ovl
denre, and tho tefiisal of thn trial
court to reopen tho caso for the pur
jposo of nllowlng Iho plaintiff to Intro-
l.liion mlillllnnnl ni'l.lnnr.r.
T McCnnts Stownrt and HolmeH &
Stanley for plaintiff: Kinney, Ilallou
S. .McClnnahnn for defundniit.
Tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock tho
Bale ot shiRle night tickets will com
mence nt Wall, Nichols & Co. for tho
James Nelll dramatic season nt tho
Opera House. A good line of early
buyers Is, expected. "Rnrlurn l-'relt-chlo"
will bo tho opening play to hu
followed on Tuesday by Augustln
Daly's fine comedy success "Tho Lot
tuy of Love."
ALCOHOL CAUBbD DIMTH.
The coroner's Inquest In tho wise of
the death of Hulupll, wns held in tho
office of the deputy sheriff nt the police
stntlon Inst evening nt 7:30 o'clock,
with Mr. Chllllngworth as coroner,
following were tho Jurors: A. V.
Murphy, Allnn Dunn, V.. K. Duvau
chelte, C. II. Lemon, Chester Smith nnd
J. It. McDonough. Tho Jury went to
the Queen's hospital where Georgu
Aplkl, who drank wood alcohol at th"
came time as Hulupll, lay desperately
111. This witness was examined nnd.
on his evidence, the Jury returned tint
"Thnt the said Hulupll, male Hawa
linn, eamo to his death In Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, on the 2d day of No.
vera her, A. I). 1901, from drinking
wood alcohol, said wood alcohol having
been taken by said Hulupll voluntnrll)
nnd without Intent to commit suicide.
And this Jury would recommend that
persons dealing In or having In their
possession poison known ns wood alco
hol should take precautious thnt none
other than responsible persons have
access to It."
11 or mmm
WANTED TO GET MONEY
AND DID NOT SUCCEED
Attorney Brooks Wanted Proofs of
Title In Kilauea (Kauai) Land
Hve Thousand (Amount
K, C. nnd H. S. llertlemann, sons
of thu late Christian If. llertlemann
of Kilauea, Kauai, have b.rnught suit
against l- M. Urooks and tho follow
ing lor specific performnncu of nn
agreement to loan and advance tlu
plaintiffs tho sum of 151)00: Susan
Kablllna .nnd her husband, Senator I.
Knhl Una; Knty Scot nnd her hus-
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1 Mossman and her husband. Harry
her husband. Andrew Dannlster
Sylvester Staffers, guardian of Heat-
plrxi Iturfnlhinnn ami fMtrlfttftiti Hvlt'na.
',, Staffers, executor of .-o last
wm ml testament of the latu Chris
tan . Hortlumanu and tho Kilauea
Sugar Company, Limited.
Plaintiffs claim an undivided twe
thirds of the Innd In question by tb
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will of tho lato Christian II. Ilertle-
mann WHO, 11 IS alleged, CXCCUIl'll a
25-year Vase from November 1. mo.
, Novcmui.r 1, mir,, t0 th Kilauea
Sugar Company, Limited, nt an annual
rtutnl of $G0uO. paynblo quarterly.
I The land In question includes tho
major portion ot thu Kilauea nlanta-
"" " K"1"11' a,"l takes In what ts
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llm,ri.,i ()r moro acrcs ()f (ll0 cbolcwl
land In tho district.
Tho plaintiffs claim that they had
mudo tin agreement with Attorney
,Iro,,k ' which hu wns to loan them
V:o s"m Vr I"'00.', T,1V. '."'"'f wcr"
draw ii, but when tho call for thu mull-
waH mail(J M Ilr()oks j,,,,, , t0
nlal!c 10 oani 0 BtaU,1, fllrllur
that bo stood willing nml rnndv in n.l.
jvnncu tho moh?y lit caso tho plaintiff
( could show their right to turn over to
nll nR security that portion of tho
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er. This, then, Is tho nppaient motlv
nf .i,., Kl,i,
'Japanese Consul Mlki Salto enter
tallied In tho nclghlirhood ot two
hundred nnd fifty peoplo nt thu Consul
ate In Nutinnu Inst evening. Tho
homo of the Consul was beautifully
decorated In Japanese stvlu for tho oc
inslon. Palms, ferns and chrysanthe
mums wero largely used. Thu guests
wero received at tho main entrance
by two nttnrhus of tho Consulate and
then conducted to iho reception room,
v'hero thuy wero Introduced lo Consul
nnd Mrs. Salto and the others who
assisted thorn. After this, thu guests
passed out to tho renr lawn, whuro ro
fieshnients wero served.
At about 7 30 o'clock tho Consul and
hlR wife went out to tho refreshment
table w,bcre, nfter tho guests had soat
ed themselves. Mr. Snlto called for
three, chcors for Jho Mikado. These
wero glvin with nVlll. W, Imnntshl,
on behalf of thn attests, thanked tho
C'nibul nnd his wlfo for tiiclr kindness
mul Consul Sultn, replying, thanked
tho guests nn behnlf, or his wlfo. Mr.
lmnnlshl then followed with n toast to
Vice Consul Oknbo nnd his wife, nud
tho Consulate staff.
Mr. Shlodu then took n hnnd In thu
evening's entertainment and. with thu
nld of I)r Halila, a concert phonograph
was brought out and Jnpnucso music
was furnished. When It rnmo to tha
"Klmlgayo," thu Jnpineso national nn
tl'oin, tho guests Joined In tho Bone.
Tho phonograph numbers wero niter
ruled with stories, poems, etc., by
beierul of tboso present.
Juror John Sheldon
Custody for Not
FINES FOR LARCENY
ON PLEAS OF GUILTY
Jame3 Duncan's Bond to Appear for
Assault With Weapon is
Forfeited and Handed
to High Sheriff.
Sweetie Smith, itio colored man ar
rtticia some iiioiiiuh nii lor siasnlng
.1,0 iviuuies oi ins who, was irieu und
ULquiucd Oeiole jliugu HUiupulojK "i
.nt' rirsi urtuii luuri ...is morning.
iuu jury looK null an Hour ill noon tu
una us vcruict 01 not guiuy. iwputy
iiuomuy General Cunicun prosecuted
und J. M. Vivas appeared lor uciond
unt. Ttio Jury cousisuiu 01 hlward
ttoudwurd, jus. M. aims, u. Li. lllik
ertou, J, S. Aiidrailu, H. A. IX)xcr,
iJ. W. Harrison, Joun A. iobiu, LJ
win K. lJiake. Onus, uudoit. jr.. Unas,
c. Lake, Jacob i-auuo and jas. ta
ualepua. Jonn G. M. Sheldon did not answer
fj lus namu wliun iuu jury panel was
lulled tills morning, juuko Hum-
tiiireys ordered un aiiuchiueiu to issuv
lor mm, and on his appcuruueo later
iuc truant juror wns lined ill) and
touts, wllli commitment to Jail until
me line wns paid. Sheldon gave an
excuse that wus unsailsiaciory to the
ccurt. bneldon was on thu prisoners
bench wuen tho court resumed at
1 p. in.
W. Wilson, for larceny second d
gree, nnd Noah Kalua, thu samo of
iiuse1, having pleaueii guil.y, weru
nuvd $5 and costs each.
Joseph du ltego Hiiua, larceny sec
ond degree, wus dltchurgcd on noltu
piosequi moved by Depiuy Attorney
Mile, selling splrltiiotM liquor, was
dlscnarge-d on nolle prosequi
James Human, having tailed to au
svver to the chargo i ussauu with a
vu'apon, his bond was declared lorlelt
cd and Issued to the High buerlff.;
Judgo Or'ar this morning denied the
writ or habeas corpus to W. J. Coon,
who was arrested under a inltllmm
or thu Circuit Court of tho Republic of
Hawaii under dale ot August lu, IS'js.
upon n confirmation ot his conviction
in tho District Court, on July C pre
vious, for opium unlawfully In pos
session. Tho court tlnds .nat, whllo
tho repeal of a law ends all prosecu
tions nnd proceedings under that law,
a repeal alter final Judgment does not
allect the execution of a sentence pro
nounced tnercon. Judgo Gear eon-
"As by tho return It anncant that
final Judgment was rendered long prior
to thu existence of ti.o Organic Act,
and It Hoes not appear wherein thu
statute lu question Is or was unconsti
tutional, tho execution of the sentence
must be held to bo not affected, ' and
enereioro me writ or habeas corput
must bo discharged, und tho prisoner
remnnded, nnd It Is so ordered."
Since tho nppenrance of T. McCanU
Stewart's open letter to Kcpresenta
tlve Ileckley, Superintendent lioyd has
been besieged by queries us to whether,
ufter his appointment, hu hurried oft
his chief clerk to Mr. Stewart, to notify
111 til of tbo vlrlorv. A rennrlnr nf thn
Iliillettn learning that there was some
I dlfferenco of opinion nmong Mr. lloyd't
friends on this point, asked him In re
gard to tho mutter.
Mr. ltoyd emphatically denied that
ho had sent his chief clcrK to Mr. Stow
nrt or anyone else with such a message.
"1 probably told tho first person win
asked me nbout the appointment."
said Mr. Iloyd, "ns there wns no Teu
ton for keeping It secret. Hut I nm
sure I did. not chase out or send any
one to tclfnnynno fiut I hid been ap
pointed." "With thnn Hie li.t It firtl i with irtt
The tint thall to lh In. I anj h?n
bhttt wear il, tht) 're mtnJeJ new
WhlUt men Morn out are men Je(j) J loo.'
Our Repair Department
is a First-class
nnd work done by us Is vfork done
If you havo decided to havo new
soles or heols on your old shoos, bring
them to us. Wo guarantee to do tho
very best work nt tho lowest price
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