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Yol. XI. No. 1992.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12 1901.
Price 5 Gents.
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To Discuss Change in
Name of Home
MANY LETTERS FROM
MANY SOURCES COME IN
Anger Felt .Against Delegate Wilcox
and Paper Edited By His
On Thursday night, tho walls of Pos
ter hall where the native politicians
meet weekly to dlBousa such matters of
Interest to tho party as might come up
fiom time to time, will ring with the
llery words of protest against the
changer of the name "Independent
Home Hulo" to "Home Rule Republl
can" and there will be an opposition to
the proposition that will hao behind
It the support of the majority of the
natives from Kauai to Hawaii.
It Is learned on good authority that
there wero not present at last week's
meeting enough members to constitute
u quorum because the two sides wero
each watching tho mocments of tho
other and because tho time did not
iecm to be ripe for the precipitation
if th- cooDlit that .seems imminent.
In the, meantime there has. been a
chance for a lot of' work and tho two
nldes arc now prepared with their ar
guments for and ngatnst tho change of
the nunic of tho party. There have
been all manner of caucuseH on the Bide
nnd street corner discussions that point
toward this end. Tho meeting an
noumed for Thursday night will not
lack u quorum. On the other hand,
'there wlirundcubtedly be u largo at
tendance. While the object of the meeting is
(( two-rold, tho lesser subject announced
' V for discussion the Installation of new
" members of the executive committee-
will undoubtedly be swallowed up In
the greater which Is the proposition to
change the party name.
Tho champions Qf the opposing fac
lions are discussing the matter of the
change of name In a most public man
ner and from these discussions a few
facts bae been gleaned. Tho conser
vatives, who are fighting for tho re
tention of the name "Independent
Home Rule" state that the party start
ed out with certain objects which havo
not yet been attained. One of these
objects was Statehood for Hawaii.
They wish to retain the old party name
until Hawaii becomes a State and then
they can Join forces with the Repub
lican or Democratic party. They claim
that to change the name now would
mean the disruption of the native
The liberals on the other hand, con
tend, that. In order to gain the objects
which the natives started out to ac
complish, It la first necessary to re
organize the party on American lines
by getting into the right path and
affiliating with that party which would
scent to. assure prosperity to the coun
try at large. They base their argu
ment on tho statement made by Dele
gate; Wilcox on his return from Wash
ington, which was to the effect that ho
had been advUed by the President to
counsel the chango now being fought
for with such vigor. They claim that,
In an American Territory, the
best way to Institute an Ameri
can status In political affairs is by
aBlllatlng with one of the recognized
American parties and not by sticking
to locally formed political organtza'
Letters from all over tho Islands,
protesting against the change In thi
name, of the party, have been coming In
of lata and when the conservatives
present their arguments Thursday
night, they will Illustrate the feeling
The Quick and
are now running every 20
minutes to '
. COLLEGE HILLS
It takes no longer to go
ta College Hills by Rapid
Transit than It does to go
to Pllkoi St. by slow Trams.
Hut tho cool air and flno
views mako It like a differ
Invest a nickel In a rldo
theru this afternoon.
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
t the natives all over the Islands by
Suiting from communications written
y delegates to the last Home Rulo
tonventlon and others as much Inter
ested In tho welfare of tho party.
Delegate Wilcox Is the principal fac
tor on the side of tho liberals and
against him Is directed a great deal of
the angry feeling of the natives and
particularly those In the outer dis
tricts. They hold him responsible for
precipitating the fight which seems to
at least threaten the welfare of the na
What seems to have Increased tun
anger of the natives Is the appearance
In their midst of the English speaking
population of a paper edited by Mrs.
Wilcox and bearing the namo Homo
Rule Republican, thus making It a
question beyond contention that the
Wllcoxcs mean to continue at tho
present time, tho fight for a change In
the name of the party. When the last
Issue of the paper referred to appeared
on the streets, an old native was seen
to take a copy, tear It Into shreds nnd
then stamp on the pieces. He declared
that the change Was nothing more
than an attempt to hoodwink tho na
tives Into the Republican party where
they would be the sport of the mission
ary faction. Ills forefathers before
him had hated the missionaries and ho
hud Inherited the same feeling.
Prince Cupid Knlanlanaole, one of
the new additions to the party nnd a
young man who will be a leader among
the natives as his ancestors were In
the past, Is out against a change In the
name of tho party and will fight it out
on this line.
There Is no enmity whatever In this
matter. Each sldo has the courage of
Its convictions and, while there is de
termination of the most determined
kind, tho side with tho most support
ers will win out and probably, for the
good of tho party, there will bo u hit
of darning done to the holo in the sock
whether It bo nt tho toe, at tho heel or
underneath, and there will be an ac
ceptance of the Inevitable with good
Now- U tho time for tho Myrtle boys
to come forward with their subscrlp
tlons nnd hand In their pledges to the
committee which has been doing such
excellent work toward the making of
arrnneements for the new boat houso
thnt is to be built on the government
reservation below tho quarantine
The committee, which consists ot
A. G. M. Robertson, W. W. Harris and
A, A. Wilder, have now In their hands
cash and pledges amounting to 12300.
This Is only a half of the amount need'
ed and there should be no delay on th
part of good Myrtles to hand In their
coin and pledges In order that tho com
mlttee may be saved from useless wor
The commltco will go ahead with the
building of the new house us soon as
possible, regardless of tho fact that all
the money necessary has not yet been
subscribed. Under the terms of tin
leaso between tho Trustees of the Bish
op Estate and tbo Myrtle lloat Club,
the trustees havo served notice on the
club to vacate the present site by No
vember 1, 1901, but the building will
not be removed until next month, as
tlio trustees mean to give the boys a
COULD NOT STOP CAR.
Tho last car of the Tramways Com
pany from Walktkl last night was thn
cause of much speculation on the
part of pcoplo It passed on Its way
Into town. Tho driver, finding ho was
late, started off his mules from the
Walklkl switch at a breakneck speed.
When ho had gone about a block a
would-bo passenger hailed tho car. The
driver set tho brake as hard as he
could, but tho car sped on nnd, fear
ing that his team might be Injured
If ho drew In tho reins, allowed tho
mules to go on at the same speed. Tho
passenger did not caro to walk homo
and so bo gave chase. It was not un
til tho cat- had gono fully a half block
beforo he succeeded In catching up
nnd jumping un. When tho driver
was asked what tho matter was ho
coolly replied that It was Impossible
to stop his car. Tho brako had worn
out. This samu thine u-ns rencntprt
In tho caso of other people who w Ish
ed to board tho car.
DBATH BY FIRE.
Sirs. Anna Pavea Robinson, a nntlvo
w-oraan, aged 9 years. 11 months and 10
days, died on Sunday last at 12 mid
night as a result of a moat terrible ac
cident. Sho got up between 11 and 12
o'clock last Thursday night, lighted a
candle and went out of her room. In
some way or other, her clothes were set
afire and before her husband could
reach her sho was completely envelop,
ed In flames. Her Bufferings until death
came to offer relief, were Intense. De
ceased lived In Kauluwcra. opposite the
hospital. She leaves a husband and
threo grown up sons to mourn their
DRUNK IN A HACK.
Knlllunu appeared In the Pollen
Court this forenoon on tbo chnrEc of
being drunk wh lo In elmr nt n.
censed hack. Fortunately for tno na
tive it wns the OrBt offenso of t'iu
kind, and, tinllko Rosa, tbo haikman
Mho had his llccnsa cancelled by Jiidsu
Wilcox yestorday. tho fellow was
tfr.und asleep In his hack, which wus
at a standstill. ludgo Wllcor flncl
tho defendant $10 nnd coits nmi nrU
ed him thnt tho next occurrence of tho
imiiu wumu it'ttuii 111 uiu cancellation
ol Ills license,
The man who "couldn't stand It any
longer" has taken a comfortable suit.
BY TREASUSER WRIGHT FOR
W. II. Wright, Treasurer of the Ter-
Itory. was asked this morning how
thn Tr.nsiirv could meet tho ilcmandt'
for public Improvements. In ply ho ,
You havo seen the report of Hie
Superintendent of Public Works oil
public Improvements he deems neces
sary on the Island of Hawaii. The to
tal amount he recommends expended is
$300,400, but that Is only for half of
thai Island. Iiy the tlmo he gets over
thc other half of Hawaii, then over tho
Islands of Maul and Kauaf It will swell
up to a million dollars.
"The money thus wanted Is not for
the running expenses of tho govern-
mint, but for public Improvements. Of I
the amount requested by Mr. Uoyd I.
nave authorized to be expended lts.ooo
ii ml no more. i
In addition to tho requirements of ,
tile Public Works Department tho
Hoard of Education and other depart-.
ments will probably want $1,432,000.
On tho first of January I expect to
have a balance on hand of 1600,000
clear of all Indebtedness such as out-
standing bonds, contracts already an-
thorlzed and payments thus far ap -
"I estimate the Income for the ear
190.2 nt $2.25S,485.79, which, with tho for removal of the Insane Asjlum to necessities."
HHElWii Willi WAY
WORK AND PURPOSES
OF EXPERIMENT STATION
Aid to Potato Culture on Maui
Be Given on the Ground
Director Jared F. Smith and Assist- Nothing but the reading of plead
nut T. P. Sedgwlek of tho United Ings took plan- In the injunction suit
States Agricultural Experiment Htatlou 'of the Hawaiian Tramways Company
were both at the office In the Capitol
this morning. lOmpnny, before Judge Esteo In tho during 1900 all the principal maritime!
While about twenty acres of land Is Pnlted Stntes District Court this morn- countries decided to revlso their code
plowed nt tho Punchbowl reservation, ' Ing. Resides the voluminous com-') stems so that they would all be nllko
no planting is being done nt present, plaint and answer, there was filed by I nnd use one code. Tho new system
There Is not means left from this .the plaintiff nn affidavit of great length went Into effect this year and has been
year's appropriation to pay for fur-.In support of Its bill. It was practl-used In conjunction with tho old sys
ther extensive operations. rally a denial nf the statements mado items. After January 1. 1902. hovvover.
Tho buildings already constructed
for the station eonslst ot a dwelling
house with office, a tenement for la
borers, stables nnd a pumping house
nt Piiuchbowl, nnd a cottage for labor
ers at Tantalus. A pump driven by a
gnsollno engine Is installed In the
house mentioned for the purpose.
It Is not intended to make anything
like u model farm of the Punchbowl
tract. Forage plants and vegetables
will be grown there. The main pur
pose of tho place Is that of making
experiments wit hsceds and plants.
An experiment In potatoes Is to be
tried on tho somewhat famed potato
patches of Kula, Maul. Mr. Sedgwick
lately visited the spot and took obser
vations of the situation.
The-ru Is a distinct shortage In the
crop of spuds at Kula this season. The
farmers wero afraid to plant largo
areas In tbo tubes owing to apprehen
sion of tho potato blight.
The Experiment Station manage
ment w III try tho effect not only of new
seed nt Kula .but varied methods ot
planting nnd cultivation.
At the town office a new supply of
the report of Dr. Stubbs on tho agricul
tural resources ot Hawaii has been
received for general distribution.
Wray Talor, Territorial Commis
sioner of Agriculture, wns found in-
lliiislng over some fine samples ot peas
n his ofllco this morning. They earns
lu the pod from the farm of II. R. Long
at Wnluica, Hawaii, on consignment
to J, It. Mills, the green grocer In Ala
ken. Btreet, where Mr, Taylor pounced
on the samples. A goodly market
quantity was received and quickly
sold out. The peas are certainly all
that could bo desired and furnish but
another proof of tbo fecundity of Wai
mea soil, as well as Its congeniality ta
all sorts of kitchen gardening products.
There Is u great deal of betting al
icady on the football gamo next Sat
urday between the Malle-Ulma and
Honolulu Athletic Club teams. The
latter seem to bo the favorite for any
amount of money enn be found ng-ilnst
'Hie authorities In charge of tho sand
quarries near I.unalllu Home, now tho
property of tho Peder.il Government,
have put a p.ulloilc on tho g.ito leading
thereto so that there ma bo no steal
ing of the snud,
. . .
In tho olden time they counted sevon
wlso men. Now, take men nt their
own value, nnd ou won't find half that
number of fools.
balance already stated, will make the
total receipts $2,sr.8,4B3.79.
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iium iiiiiici ati ti ti.uik.i.li uu
Uunntng expenses of the
Judgment on fire claims.
Leaving an estimated balance un hnnd
January , 1903, of $2r.9,7C0 29.
"Yei. the general expense Include'
the enre of streets lu Honolulu and of'
roads throughout the country, but not
the special appropriations for new road
construction, public buildings, ttc.
The estimates are those I sub-
mltted to the Governor two weeks neo.
"Too much prnlsc cannot be given to
Mr. Uoyd for his Indefatigable labors.
His personal Investigation of the needs
of the country In nubile ImnrovemcnLi
Is something that he never been 'so
thoroughly done before. Yt under 'i
Present flnii.clal conditions I do not I
tee how any of these Improvements
can be made.
"There are other Items of great lm-1
pqrtance moreover, which ought to be
considered If clreumstaticeH allowed,
For Instance, nrovlslnn should bo inmlo
BATTLE OF THE RAILS
IN THE FEDERAL COURT1
Today's Skirmish Was a Reading
Contest Argument Next
for Other Cases.
vs. the Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land
by defendant In Its answer. Tho cass ,
was continued until next Saturday.
The three Edmunds Act trials set for
today went over till tomorrow.
The trial of Charles McDonald, mate
of the bark Sea King, for usiuult upon
the high sens was set for Thursday.
CAR 8TRIKD8 WAGOrJ.
About S o'clock yesterday afternoon
the driver of nn express wagon took
too close calculations for crossing Ho
tel street on Alakea in front of an
electric car. There was a collision
damaging the fender of the car so
badly that It had to be removed. The
wagon was in conuilion to bo named
away on Its own wheels. Thcro was
delay of five lo ten minutes of the car,
wlilih was crowded with passengers.
Supreme Court HennniJ.
Thn Hunremo Court beard llnrllolt
lllll niipremu I Oil IX llCaril liarilCll
vs. Ilartlctt, exception
s on divorce
Irom First Clicult Court, tnls monv
Schweitzer & Co. vs, C
wns next taken up.
Who wero the nrst newsnanor sub-
sirlbers mentioned In Scripture? Cain
nnd Joshua, for Cnln took A-Ucll's Life
and Joshua ordered tliu Sun.
A soling lady shouldn't be unhappy
IwiSflttUft 111... lu Hl.l ..III... nn .nil nn .!
J. MUaU n.,1- ,D HU, ljl.lt.. UB lu.ll HA DIIU
would like to be. It Is u very easy
thing to get "spliced."
He And you can't glvo mo any
hope? Sho Oh, yes, I can. I'm quite
sure you'll get all over this.
flut vnn. hn.lAillf.aln lutMnff a. .1.a
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The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
all yirts of tho United
States and Europe.
Olllco, 1047 Rethel St.,
opposlto Honolulu Market.
a larger site away from town. Per-.
haps, too, the prison ought to b..'
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ciiiig.-ii a, iu oring u nearer inc
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Islrrel pump should ecr break ilown.l
nun tut un inula.. 11 liiu ni!i ul;iii.i
we would be In a bad way for water In
Mr. Wright was reminded of tho need
of a new building for the Royal school,
to which he assented nnd remarked
"The only appropriation for porma-
nent Improvements under tho Hoard of
Education In Honolulu Is $23,000 for
removing the Reform school for bovs
to Watalco nnd chnnclnir the rjrescnt
buildings for the recentlon of girls.
This Is out of n total appropriation of
4118,075 for schoolhouscs.
"I thoroughly believe In the neces
sity for n special session of the 1-ogln-
lature tn nrorld- n revomm for net-en
snrv nubile servlc-n. it miu. hard
wr.rk. but v.hi.r tlnm'u a will thiu-A'-
way. Everyone should do what ho
can to brine the Territory out of Its
present difficulties. There U money
I enough In the country, tho , thing ro-
quired Is legal authorization to pro-
vide ways and means. I do not wish
'to nofe ns an a arm st. but mean to sav
that . b.wllv nep.l mnnnr fur tmhlix
WILL SOON BE USED
Letters to Spell Anything That is
Wanted-New Letters Brought
Into Use For
With the end of the year 'the mer
chant marine of the whole world will
begin using the new International code
of signals. Ily this arrangement made
nil merchant vessels will uso tho samo
Under tho old American aystom titers
were but nineteen letters In the alpha
bet Including tho answering pennant.
Under the new code nil tho letters of
tbo nlphabct are used. In the old coda
none of the vowels were used nor were
x y or z provided for. Tho vocabulary
was therefore restricted to the words
unci phruscs In the rode bonk and to
private signals. Under the new regu
lations the vocabulary has been great
ly enlarged for the convenience of thoso
using tl book but a man may now
spell out his sentences to suit himself.
In former days under the old system
there was no wav fnr uhlnmiiitpni nt
there was no way for shipmasters at
uea to Induliro In eossln or if thev fnk
ku it to swear at another shin Now
al? rrsleTev- T? '.".J". ' t ' $MSTS
airy persiflage they feel at mind toungj,,., Nc, , nppt.aras UBUgtus
and having nil tho vowels to help them I Doubledot nnd MIsb Chapman as Dl-
I mil vt1im mint tnnl Annli Allmn 4. t4tt.
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.(.. wllcr nn.l nll,i.. i.lo. To ll,.l.
:"7 ". -
With tho addition of the new letters
tv.o of tho letters have been changed.
IP hns vbeen changed from a. red ling
with a white ball to red with a white
cross and L which formerly was yel-
,ow ""! blue Is now yellow nnd black,
Tho signalizing hns been greatly aim-
ipllflcd and many terms which havo
come Into uso slnco tho first codes
f"mo ollt 1,avc becn ndlU,1 to luo "
Thn nnw .linn elnnt nt llrlinirnu.
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,n lno Mciniyro block tendered a re
ue I Ion to visitors yesterday
thousands of sightseers wero shown
inrougli tno spacious nnd elegantly
Sweet strnliiH of music weru heard
during nil tho nftcrnoon and uvcnlng.
whllo tho congenial proprietor nnd his
(ourtenus assistants nuido everybody
feel entirely welcome nud nt ease.
I l'tiilitil.li- fl... i.r.i-ili.iil fllt.ipllrt. rift.
,r ,h beautiful stock ami handsome
fixtures of tho now Btoro were the
irnro orchids on exhibition, nnd which
jvvero irom jirs. Damons jioanniua
liesldenrn. They lent n subtle charm
lo both windows nnd Interior. Expres
sions of tho greatest niimlrntion wero
henrd on nil sides rugardliis their
Tho giving nvvny of tvvelvo pairs of
tdioea nisei added lo ,..o popularity Of
tho occnBlon, everybody who vl-ltod
tho storo being given n chant o. At
9 p. m. protty little Doiothy Frcctb
drew forth tho lucky numbers, while
tho expectant crowd looked on.
'I ho opening was a complete suc
cess In overy respect, and there is no
doubt that Mclnernys snoo store win
proo a uiOBt popular place.
HAUGHS TO NUUANU.
David Haughs, tho Oovcrnmcnt for
ester, Is moving up to tho nursery In
Ntiuanu valley today. Tho house at
tho nursery on King street will bo
occupied by John Austin, brother or
tho Auditor General, who has been in
stalled thcro as the Htiporljjeadcnl.
Professor and Mrs. Kocbelc, who have
been living wttn Mr. Haughs for soma
tlmu pnstf.nrc moving up to a place
on the Plains.
On account of the recent dctcrmlnn-
tint, nf ttio rinnnrtmnnt nf Acrlcultlirc
and Forestry to keep sending Mr.
(laughs from ono place to tho other In
f lin lal-intta in trltia nf InvpRtl t-ntlnn. It
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U IUU1III HfllBrUIJ lUOUWVIJ n-l
IM - ry. litis resiiitcci 111 iiiuui.iiu.....v...
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Mr.!IaueliB will watch over tho
'work at the nursery In Nitunnu, but his
duties in that respect will not bo of
such a nature as to deter him from
Hulking trips whenevor ho Is required
so to do by the Department under
which lie Is employed.
The following communication from
Major Robinson, depot quartermaster
of the United 8tatcs Army at this
port, explains Itself:
Honolulu. H. T- Nov. 12. 1901.
Will ou kindly Inform tno public
through )our paper that any one who
wishes to send Christmas gifts, period-
'.' a,i".-,1 ''f- ,0,h?'l,T1?"c," '"ni'll?
T., ..... '...!., i,,.. vv,mi,,.
Pncknites nnd boxes should be plain
ly marked nnd securely picked and
sent to tho storohoiisa nt tho shorn
barracks beforo November 2, 1901.
(Slg) MAJ. W. W. ROIl.iHSON. Jit,
Quartermaster, U, S. A.
The new system of letter reslstra
tlon for those, who make use of tlieCicrk purporting to bo mana by Kong
iiv. 111111.1.-IT vriii iiwi in- i.k lulu ui.--
atliui until the new uniforms lor tliu
lettcr-carricia arrive here. The blanks,
receipts mid evervthlng necessary to
this new feature. nio now on hand but
the arrival of the uniforms will bo
1 heso now uniforms for the carriers
will come from San Francisco. The
uniform consists of the regulation
dark-gray trousers, sack coat, brass
buttons and e-ap with straight visor.
Por rainy weather the men will prob
ably wear rain capes. The caps will
bear tho numbers of the carriers In
metal plates, and will tcrvei as nn Iden
tifying mark to householders when
having letters registered.
Feud Endtt In Fight.
A long standing feud between Kala
kahlkl and Keaka, two natives living
In Palolo valley, came to a head In tho
Police Court this foienoon when the
former was sentenced to one month's
Imprisonment at hard labor on the
charge of assault and battery on the
Keaka went to Ke-nlakahlkl's houso
on Sunday last and tried to patch up
the quarrel. Somo gin was drunk and
the latter beenme abusive. Finally
Keaka was knocked senseless nnd a
number of female voices called for as
sistance. While Keaka was still down,
tho other man continued to rain blows
on his face. " '
LOVE'S LOTTERY TONIGHT
I "Tho Lottery of I-ov-o.' a dellehtfiil
' farcical play, will bo given this oven.
,nK nt "l0 Opera Houso by tho Nelll
bHV l lutt..- 1 . .
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Ml Ailll llnlinn -hnn lh., ,.l ,
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first produced nt Dalys Theater, New
Tho performance will commence nt
NO ACTION TAKEN.
There was to have been A meeting of
merchants In tho hall In the Castlo &
Cooko 1"llI,llnK "ll" forenoon for tho
purpose of talking over mutters In con
nectlon with the crusndo against the
ever Increasing rats of tho city. Thero
wero only eight or nine present nt tho
meeting on account of the fact that this
In steamer day, when the most Import
ant business with the other Islands Is
attended to. There was an Informal
talk of ten or fifteen minutes and then,
It being apparent thnt thcro would not
be enough mcrcnants present to mako
i Un a decent worklnc force It wns da.
elded to postpone nctlon until some fu-
Tho Grippe. This can bo avoided by
taking teaspoonful doses of PAIN
KILLER In hot water sweetened, ns
well us by external application, full dl-
I rectlons are on each bottle. A bottle of
iln-Klller kept In tho houso will prove
vnliiablo not only for the Grippe, but
for ordinary coughs nnd colds. Avoid
substitutes, thero Is but one Pnln-KIll-or,
Porry Davis'. Prlco 25c, and SOc.
Suliwrilioni In tlm T1ITT.LETTN
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Fines and Imprisonmer.t
KAMALU IS SENTENCED
TO PRISON TEN YEAHS
Many Appeals Withdrawn and Cul
prits Take Their Medicine
Appeal in Hagey Cure
Knnialu, convicted of rape, was sen
tenced by Judge Gear this morning
ti be Imprisoned nt nard labor In
Oahu prison for tho term of ten years
nnd to pay a fine of i'ta.
Palcnapn, to try whom for larceny
second degrco a jury was empaneled
yesterday afternoon, this morning
pleaded guilty to the second charge
In the Indictment and was sentenced
to one year's Imprisonment.
Albert Peyser was before tho Circuit
Court In thre-o criminal roles. Ha
withdrew his appeal from conviction
In the Honolulu District Court for
gross client, nnd pleading guilty was
sentenced to pay a fine of $100 or In
default to work the amount out la
Oahti prison at tho rate of fifty cents
a day. The offense In this caso was
giving n worthless check on Bishop it
Co. for 120 to Charles David.
Pejscr's second caso was n similar
nnnent frnni rnnvlrtlnn inr trlvlnrr n
I linrtlilf.na eltnnl.- nn fli. g.mn KmiLntd
lor tho same amount as In l-o first
caso to T. Murakami. A nollo prosequi
was granted him In this matter.
finally, Peyser pleaded guilty to
passing n falte and rorged writing ami
vvns scuteneed to c Imprisoned at
hard labor for ten dajs nnd to pay a.
Alio of $10. The forgery wnn n ban):
Sang Yuen Company nnd to bo drawn
on the bank of illshop & tu. for $30.
(leorge Kallliill withdrew his nppcal
fiom conviction in tnc Honolulu Dis
trict Court for liquor selling without
license .and pleading guilty was sen
tenced to pay a fine or $100 and to ba
imprisoned at hard labor for nine
Joe Mcndes pleaded guilty, with
drawing his appeal, to distilling liquor
nnd sentence was suspended until Au
gust. 19U2. term. Ills partner, Carval-
ho, was discharged on nollo prosequi.
Sing Chock, who appealed from a
fine of $10 and costs .or assaulting
Mrs. Annie Kama by beating her, was
granted a nollo prosequi and released.
exceptions of defendants have been
allowed by Judgo Oenr to his denial
of a now trial In tho Hagey Curo Com
pany case, Harrison vs. Magoon and
Judgo dear has appointed P. Wtin
deuberg as trustee for tho children of
the late W. II. Cummings nnd wlfo, rel
ative to a leaso from James Campbell,
in placo of the late W. II. Cumminga
NBW TANTALUS ROAD.
S. T. Alexander, tho man who of
fered to put up the money for the
building of n new road to the govern
ment and other lots on Tantalus, has
written to the Public Works Depart
ment regarding the matter. He Is evi
dently very well satisfied with the
work that has been dono by Mr. Royd
and his able assistant for he has writ
ten back from the Mainland that be
wishes Mr. Campbell to go right ahead
and advertise for tenders for the con
struction of tho new road.
When Mr. Campbell was spoken to
about the road this morning, ho had
tho following to say;
"Tho new road will afford one of the
most beautiful and unobstructed views
of tho surrounding country that can
very well be obtained. It Is distinctly
a S per cent grade road and will there
fore bo pleasant for man and beast.
There will be ono stretch of over two
miles straight ahead that will bo well
worth n trip to sec. As soon as I re
turn from the other Islands, I wilt ad
vertise for tenders and wo will begin
work at onLC."
should be carefully selected
and every attention given to
having thom a perfect fit.
Laird & Sehobar's 8hoes
for children aro wed known
to bo tho finest mado. Wo
have C000 pairs of thesu
shoes in stork nnd can Biiro
ly plenso ou.
Mothers who liko to sco
l.iolr children well and com
fortably dressed should
co mo and boo us. Thoy may
feel assured that ovcry caro
will lie given to having
babv's feet properly fitted.
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