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m MORE "WANT AD8 IN THE EVENING BULLETIN Tpr
Windows are a good adjunct
to a newspaper advertisement.
If you keep on display In them
the goods "as advertised."
From S. F.
Doric Doc. 10
Sierra Dec. 11
For 8. F.
Alameda . .......Dec. 4
Coptic ...Dec. 10
Sonoma Doc. 10
THAN ALL OTHER HONOLULU PUBLICATIONS TOGETHER.
Vol. XI. No. 2010.
HONOLULU, TKRR1TOBY OF HA WAIJj, WEDNESDAY, DKOKMBKK 4 1H01
PlUOB 6 Dbnth
" ? STEAMER TABLE.
Hawaiian Supreme Court
RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY
FIANC1ISE IS UPHELD
.Manager Pain Controverted by Bis
Own Testimony Rapid Transit
Rails on King Street
.ludge M. M. Esteo rendered his docl-
slon In the United States District
Court this morning upon the Injune-
tlon suit of tho Hawaiian Tramways
Company, Limited, a foreign corpora.
tlon, against tho Honolulu Rapid
i ronmi c wina vuiVHujr, uiwum, ,
Tho Injunction Is denied. This de
rision was reached, too, without refer
ence to the question as to whether the
Hawaiian Tramways Company had
complied with the provisions of tho
Territorial laws relating to foreign complainant In this case. This Is the
questions. The court found It unne-1 solo point In the controversy won by
ressary to consider that question at . the complainant Tho court cited tho
all. Its decision Is based on the decl- principle that the appearance of nn at
nlons of the Supremo Court relative to torncy In court Is presumptive proof
thusa brought up by tho complainant
In these proceedings before the Federal
.ludge. Estcc. on the latter score,
pronounced the law to bo that the .Fed
eral court had no Jurisdiction over any
matter determined In the Territorial'
eourtrf when there was no question of
Federal law involved. While It Was
true that the complainant alleged that .
the nets of the respondent were uncon
stitutional in being a violation of the
prior rights of the complainant, yet
tho Hawaiian Tramwarm fTomnanv had
fully recognized the .validity of the!
franchise under which the Ilapld Tran
sit Company was operating. For the '
rest that Is, the rights and privileges
fit the respondent under Its franchise
the Territorial Supreme Court Sad
nettled the matter.
Readers aro already familiar with the
Supreme Court decisions, nmong other
things declaring the right of the Rapid
Transit Company to construct Its
tracks for a distance of more than 1709
feet upon King street. This Is the
right attacked by tho Hawaiian Tram
ways Company In tho Injunction suit
A great part or the decision deals
with the contention of tho complainant
that tho proceedings In the Hawaiian
Supremo Court worn "pretended" and
totally unauthorized by the Hawaiian
Tramways. Company, hence that the
decisions thereunder were not In any
manner whatever binding upon that
corporation. The court on this ques
tion condemns the foreign corporation
virtually out of Its own mouth.
W. !!. Pain, on his own sworn show
ing, has been resident mnnager of the
Hawaiian Tramways Company since a
certain time in the year 1889, having
had throughout that period exercised
nxcluslve control over oil tho opera
tions of the company. This control
baa Included all of tho litigation
wherein the company has been a party
within that period. Mr. Pain, in these
pleadings, alleged, under oath that tha
late Paul Neumann and Homes &
Stanley were without any authority a'a
attorneys to appear for the Hawaiian
1 TrarawayB Company In the submission
of a case to tho Supreme Court. Yet It
wns proved, partly by his own testi
mony, that Mr. Pain attended the hear
ing in the Supremo Court, while It was
Mr. Stanley who on that occasion read
the submission of agreed facta to tho
court. Again. Mr. Pain, although he
possessed full privilege In that 'regard,
did not at that tlrao or since, until he
brought these proceedings In the
United States District Court, protest
or object to the appearance of the at
torney named. Incidentally, the court
. . . COTTAGE
Well located at Maklkl. Con
veniently arranged, and con
taining six rooms. Lanal
dining room and upstairs
mosquito proof. One of tho
neatest little, homes in the
$3000 will Buy It, only ono
ulxth ot which need bo cash.
Let us show you this
.' iffaiWiyii Wit.
STEAM P10W IMPOftTFRS
From a reliable but unofficial sourct
news comes that will gladden the
hearts of the Importers of steam plows
should It be true. For a long time
the Treasury Department has contend
ed that steam plows should be taxed
at the rate of 45 per cent ad valorem
as material manufactured of metal
and not as plows at 20 per cent Re
cently a steam plow was Imported to
the United States by Oxnard, tho beet
BUgar man and taken 'through New
Orleans to California. No duty was
paid on It but It was secured by a bond
given for the payment of the charge.
After the working of the machine wa
explained and it was seen that the en
glno and plow were of so close a rela
tion that one could not be worked
without the other both the Collectors
of New Orleans and San Francisco
ruled that tho plow as an entirety
should be admitted at the rato of 20
per cent duty. This ruling was made
by the Collector of this port but not
allowed by the Treasury Department
nnil thafilntifl Imnni4nd tinrn warn n..
.., ,Bn is ,.- -en iim. whieh un
,,, ,m(Jer prolcat wlth tno new ruj.
lnRg by both the Colcclor(l at San
Pranc.,, and New Orleans to back up
tne contcntion of the Iocal importers
of .icam Dlows there Is areat likelihood
that the machines will be admitted at
the cheaper rato In future.
4- ' -r 4- -f 4- -t
finds that Messrs. Dunne And Do Bolt
aro fully authorized to appear for the
to tho contrary resting upon any party
objecting to his authority.
Judge. Estco In concluding cited the
maxims that ho who would obtain
equity must do equity, he must come
Into court with clean hands. Mr. I'aln
had not como Into court with clean
bands, therefore his request for eoul
table relief must bo refused. The.
petition for a temporary Injunction was
Tho decision of the court took about
forty minutes to read, though the ut-
(.kirm wna mnM
At the conclusion of the reading,
Mr. Dunne noted an exception to the
decision and asked for twenty days to
determine the propriety, of taking an
appeal. There 'was no- objection from
the other side and the request was
Messrs. Castle and McClanahan were
present for thn respondent Resides
tho attorneys In the case many other
members ot the bar were present, also
Manager Pain ot tho complaining com
pany and Manager Ballcntyno and
most of the directors ot tho respondent
There was no temporary Injunction
Issued at the outset, so that In tha
meantime, tho trncklaylng by tho
Rapid Transit Company on King street
for the Kallhl cxtcnslo, i has been
practically completed during tho pen
dency of proceedings. Cars are running
for tho greater part ot tho distance.
Judge Estce, In tho early part ot his
decision, stated tho principle that
temporary Injunction ought not to Is
buo unless a showing were mado that
thero was ground for a permanent In
junction. The Rapid Transit people left the
courtroom la a Jubilant mood.
DRANK UP RBNT MONEY.
leremla, a natlvo, appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon on the
charge ot assault and battery on Po
malkal, bis wife. He pleaded guilty
and was sentenced to fifteen days' Im
prisonment at hard labor.
It was last evening, that the trouble
took place. Pomalkal gavo her hus
band some money to pay for the rent of
the cottage in which they were staying.
The man went to a saloon and spent
all the money. On returning to the
house, his wife asked him for the
receipt Ha did not have. It and a quar
rel resulted. Tho native then began
to beat his wife, swearing he would
kill her. A couple of whlto men came
i nlong and the native was soon power
less to do any further damage.
Captain Rowers of tho Merchants'
Patrol, while walking along on King
street near Fort, this morning between
10 and 11 o'clock, found a small Portu
guese girl wandering about In an aim
less manner. She had a bag ot candy
and was In an absolutely happy frame
of mind. Captain Bowers managed
to learn that the little girl had wan
dered away from her homo on Nuuanu
street and, starting up In that direction
with the child, soon found the mother
who was out on a soared.
BOSTON CONCERT COMPANY.
The entertainment to be given by the
Boston Concert Company no doubt will
prove ono ot the finest musical enter
tainments Honolulu has had for som
years. From the heavy sale of reserv
ed scats from present Indications they
will have a largo audience at the Opera
Houso on Saturday evening. Reserved
seats $1.50, $1.00, 75 cents. Wall,
Nichols & Co.
Perkins J'vo patented a now bus
punder button nnd I'm going to cnll It
"Tho Old Maid's Wedding." Durklns
Why that namo? Porklns Decauso
It never comes off. Boston Herald.
An MY .-feaik-WeWJiM.
Kahuku Riot Homicides
ANOTHER LARCENY CASE
BEING TRIED BY JURY
Thirty Thousand Dollar Bond of
Administrator-Probate of H. P.
Meyer's Estate Nobrega
Tho four transition period prisoners
charged with tho murder of tnrco Cat
nesa In tho so-called Kahuku riot oi
lhU9. appeared under tnrco soparato
indictments before Judge Humphreys
tnls morning. They pleaded not guil
ty and their trials wcro ordered tor
cither a special term or tno next Fob
ruary term. The prisoners wero serv
ing sentences for manslaughter when
released under habeas corpus on the
giound that they had never been In
atctcd by a Grand Jury and had been
ccnvlcted by less than twelvo Jurors,
although when tried the Hawaiian Isl
ands wcro United States territory.
John l-ouls, alias John I.au. was
put on trial for larceny In tho second
degree, tho offensu being tho stealing
of $10.00 from a Japanese. A. Q. M.
Houertson was assigned to conduct tho
uercDsc. Thn following aro tho Jury:
tiny Livingston, John L. Hansmann,
Edward Woodward. James M. Sims.
John W. Smithies, Edwin K. lllako,
Alexander u. Nicholas. Josooh R ch
ard. Harry S. Swlnton. James K.
Murseuerg, tsalab A. Bray and Reuben
Sylvauo do Nobrcxa by his attorney.
J. T. Do Dolt, has bled a bill of excep
tions to tho decreo ot Judgo Gear
awarding his wlfo IlO.OoO nllmonv. It
is claimed that tho court had not jur-
isuicuon, mat tne uecreo is contrary
to tho cvldemo and weight of evi
dence, also that tho alimony decreed
is excessive. , ,
J. J. Awalal has brougbVa divorce
suit against his wlic, Gullhormlna,
charging desertion and dlsrcputabU
associations, and asking that the cus
tody of their ono surviving child he
given to himself. J. M. Vivas Is at
torney for tho llbcllant.
F. M. Brooks has filed a demurrer
to. the bill In equity for specific per
formance ot an agreement to loan and
advance tho plaintiffs fivo thousand
dollars, brought by r'rank C. Bcrtel
maun ct al. against Brooks ct al.
Antonla Dante's appeal from tho Ho
nolulu District Court, where bIio was
fined $100 for keeping a disorderly
house to wit, for tho sale of liquor
without n license on Richards streot
near Pacific Tennis tmb, hns been
continued by Judgo Gear until the
John Do O reaves by his attorney,
T. McCants Stowart, makes answer of
general denial to tho complaint In as
eumpslt of John Stephenson.
Chlng Hong Wa A..I, administrator
of tho estate of Chlng Ahl, deceased,
has filed a bond In S30,0uu with O,
Winam, Wong Kwal. L. Ahlo and Ho
Fon as sureties.
Otto S. Meyer petitions to bo ap
pointed administrator of the estate, ot
his deceased brother, Henry Prender
gast Meyer of Kalao, Molokal, which
Is valued at $7800 and conslsta of CO
shares Ewa, 12 shares Oahu, 4 shares
Pioneer and 600 shares assessable
Kamalo stock, besides a Germanla life
Insurance policy for $5000. Tho heirs
at law aro fivo brothers and four sis
ters. NBILL SEASON CLOSED.
tThc Nelll Company closed their suc
cessful season at tho Opera House last
night "Tho Jilt" drew a vory good
house and what It lacked In numbers
was made up in enthusiasm. The Nelll
Comnunv never sllchta Itn nteren nnil
In this Instance the close of the season
anu the small audience, duo largely to
the Myrtle benefit of the night before
had no depressing effect upon good
work of every member of the company,
"The Jilt" was ono of the best plays
ot the Nelll season, ono that began
wcu and ended better. Nearly every
member of the company was In last
night's cast and this would have been
n good onnortunltr for n rrnarileil
houso to give the Nelll company a
rousing rare wen. Altogether the com
pany has done very well and thn nn
noimccment that they will return next
July Is received with great pleasure.
The hearing of the cose of Kaplolanl
Estato vs. Chan. Dcsky was held yes
terday In chambers. The Court re
served Kb decision. Tbjs Is the suit
for foreclosure ot mortgage upon the
Tbe Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 821.
Packages shipped o
all parts of tho United
States and Europe.
Office, 1047 Bethel St. ,
opposlto Honolulu Market
Miss Edna G. Hoffman and R. G.
Moore wcro wedded Lst eyening at
tne homo ot Miss Klarenco i arrow,
llcretanla street, tho Kev, W. M. Kin
calu oltlclatlng. r'ollqwing the cere
mony and reception, tho newly mar
ried couple were driven to their new
home on Klnau streot, near Kccau
moku. Miss Yarrow waa maid of hon
or and H .0. Mlddledltcn best man.
Messrs. Culver and Uttcnhouso were
tho ushers. R. .. Green gave tho
brldo away. Miss lioSman is a Bur
talo girl who has bocn )a tho city
nearly two years. Tho groom is a de
partment manager for Lcwcrs &
Following Is the list of Invited
guests: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewcrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wall. Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mr. aixl.Mrs. An
drew Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Cookn, Mr. nnd Mrs. 'F. J. Lowroy,'
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hadden, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Harris, Mr. Nathan Sco
field, Mlas Scoflcld, Mr. Warren Cul
ver, Mr. Chan. Hlttenhouse, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Lyman. Mr. and Mrs. Jacjt
Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Ely Chapln, Dr.
F. E. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Crabbo. Mr..E. C. H. Crabbc, Mrs.
Allco C. Pferdnor, Mr. and Mrs. It.
J. Green, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Green,
Mr. Walter Merchant, Mr. and Mrs.
Uiuls Grant, Miss Mao Weir, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Eaton, Mlas Eva Power,
Mr. and Mrn. C. IK Ripley, Miss Lilly
Ripley, NV. and Mrs. W. A. Rowan,
Rov. and ln. Wm. M. Klncald. Mr.
and Mrs. E. Morgan, Mlsa Mary Green,
Miss Harriet Austin,' Mrs. Austin, Mr
Jrhis Austin, Mrs. McNamarra. Miss
MorrHon, Captain and Mrs. 1'cnrollow,
Mrs Weir, Miss Jonn'o Ctrlnon. Mi.
Jccnb Johnson, Mr. and Mm Evans.
Mirs Florence Yarrow, Miss Nannw
M. Duff, Mr. Ed. L. TboTtor, Mr.
and Mrs. T. E. King, Mr. and Mrs.
C. f wain, Mr. and Mrs Han-el, Mr.
Fred Merger, Mr. Fred Angus. Mr. ami
Mrs. Joo Margins, Mr. 'Simpson, Mr.
and Mrs. Joo P. Card, Mr. French
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ugan, Mr and
Mrs. J. II. Craig. Mr. Robert Nelson.
Mr. F. Wllholra, Mr. Tcnnoy, Mis
Pearl Swan, Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Mid
dlcdltch, Mies Clara Glllutto, Mr. Rob
ert G. Corson, Mr. Ram Johnson, Mr.
Sam Nalhobtt. '
WOMAN'S BOARD MEETS
The, Woman's Board of Foreign Mis
sions hold its regular monmly meeting
in Central Union Churcu yesterday aft
ernoon. There wero In tbe neighbor
hood of forty members present. The
feature of tho meeting wan the read
ing of an article on Pandlta Hamabal,
tho Hindoo woman who haa done so
much good for her countrymen in In
dia. Tbe article waa by Mrs. Coan.
" Mlsa ChambejIaln.Vbltoaed the meet
ing, speaking feelingly of 'the rapture
anu detention of Miss Stone by tho
Bulgarian brigands. Shu aho referred
to the death In California of Mrs. Adlo
formerly of Hllo. A letter from Mrs.
Hyde, now An her way back to Hono
lulu after a tour of Europe, was read
by Miss Chamberlain. In It Mrs.
Hydo states that she. will bo back In
Honolulu during tao present month.
Tho report of the treasurer showed
$3S.r,0 In receipts fur thn month ot No
vember. The. .expenditures bad been
large, so that tho balance on band had
been cut down to $M7.3b.
A letter from Mrs. Anna B. Foster
of Agana, Guam, contained tho nowg
of tho building of a i-nurrb there. This
was about ready for occupancy In Oc
tober, tho tlmo sho wrote.
Miss Laura Green mado a report on
her work among tho Hawallans. She
told of her visits to the homca of peo
ple of many creeds and was always re
ceived In a kindly spirit Sho made
seventy-one calls during the month
and was becoming very much Interest
ed In shun work In Kakaako.
WALDRON MIKE REPLY.
Editor Evening Bulletin: You pub
lished a letter re the, boys about the
Trade School. If the readers thereof
knew the namo signed Is over the near
est saloon, I should not reply. While
wo have many encouraging .things In
our work, opposition from a rumseller
Is counted favorably.
About the letter. Ho says the gath
erings "are a nuisance." Words like
tbesa are only relative. They may
mean, wo keep tho boys out of his
place. Then from his standpoint they
are. As to the charge, "they shout,
whistle and beat a drum for from thrco
to four hours at a stretch;" this Is not
so. The club Is open only two hours,
and tho drum never beaten ono hour.
As to "cigar Btumps'and tobacco" be.
Ing thruwn down, they aro not used In
tho club and It Is not according to
character for a supply to bo laid by for
If there were any grounds for com
plaint the writer would have brought
tim miin n.i m,.i . i .
the police and mado arrests and not
written a silly, because untrue, letter.
It Is why, you know, Having been
Induced to sav what tho bnrs dn tint tin
I shall ask the privilege soon of tell -
Ini? what n hlinrirn.l nr mn l,n,. ,1.,
In our Trade School, gymnasium and
einh , , ,- - .. 1..1.1..
club, for we havo a very remarkable
and Interesting work. '
JOHN D. WALDRON,
Superintendent Trado fJcHool and Club
Honolulu, Dec. 2 1901.
"I haven't had much experience In
horseback riding." "Aw, dot's all
right; dat hnss will give you a plen
ty " Indianapolis Nows.
8. 8. ALAMEDA, Dec. 4, and
8. 8.BONOMA, Dec. 10.
Last express steamers to coast boforo
Ship your packages by
WELLS, FARGO & CO, EXPRESS
With Union Express Co.,
120 King St.
All ON ACCOUNT
Officer Ferreira to Fined
$5 and Costs for
FOUR PORTUGUESE BOYS
FIGURE AS WITNESSES
Accuse Nephew of Kissing Aunt
Attorney Fitch's Humorous
Allusion Thereto Put
Himself on Record.
A case which caused a lot of miirrl
rreni In the I'ollco Court this forenoon
and which took up ocr an hour's tlmo
wns that In which Frank Ferreira, the
assistant hark- Inspector, was charged
with assault and bnttcry on Arthur
Gulstan, an employe at tho postofllco,
and n nephew of C. II. llrown. tbo
Tha troublo occurred last Sunday
afternoon about 2 o'clock, when Frank
Ferreira and a number of Portuguese
boys wero out picking up red beans
In Thomas Square and when Gulstan
and Mrs. Drown and her baby were
also In the park for an airing.
Gulstan, the first witness put on thu
stand by Attorney Tom Fitch, said
that he and ii.s aunt had gono Into tho
park to glvo J'.io baby an airing. They
went to tho middle, of tho placo and
there chose a bench In tho shade. It
was noticed that there was a coat on
tho hack of tho bench, but neither hn
nor his aunt touched It. Noticing that
tho baby. In playing around, had got
hold of the collar and necktie that was
with tho coat, tho witness said ha took
It away and placed It nn tho back ot
the bench with tho coat,
Just then lie heard someone calling
out to leave his coat aiono. Later on
lerrelra, after circling tho park, came
up and catching him by tho shoulders,
throw him off tho bench and told him
to go home, He stated thai ho had as
much right thero us anyone, hut his
aunt, not wishing to havo any troublo.
iieciueu u would no best to go home
ana later on enter u complaint.
Mrs. Brown told substantially the
same story. At the end of Gulstan'a
siory, Ferreira askt-d tho witness If ho
did not kiss his, aunt In thn square. Ha
replied very decidedly In tho negative
Ho started In on tho samo lino with
Mrs. Drown, but. only asked If Gulstan
was not a very closo ncpnew.
Tho real fun began when Ferreira
began to put on tho small boys who
bad picked up hoans with him on
Sunday. Attorney Fitch started to
question tbe first of these previous to
ins taxing tne oath.
"Young man. do you know bat It Is
to tell tho truth?" asked Mr.x Itch.
"What will happen to you If you
don't tell thu truth?"
"I will get arrested."
"Who Is Ooi?"
"Ho Is tho creator of everything."
That settled Mr. Fitch. Ho conclud
cd that thero wero no objections to
having tho boy sworn.
. Tha second and third hoys wcro not
questioned, but tho fourth was. Mr.
Fitch raked him If he could read and
ho replied that ha could not read hard
words. Mr. Fitch then picked up a
copy of tho Advertiser and. walking
over to tho witness, said: "If the boy
can read tho Advertiser, ho can read
anything." Judgo Wilcox offered an
amendment, saying: "You mean, Mr.
Fitch, that If anyone can read tbo Ad
vertiser and understand It,"
Tho boy could read and so ho was
allowed to testify. Tho defendant de
clined to testify and Mr. Fitch began
his argument Ho started out with
tho proposition of tho alleged kissing
enlsodn which all tho boys had said
Mrs. Drown and her nephew by mar
riage bad Indulgca In In -tho park.
Tho attorney said In part: "Tho
young gentlemen who havo rscaDcd
from their trundle bods to rumo horn
and testify havo said that there was
some kissing going pn In broad day
Ilcht In tho square. Whllo this Is
highly improbable, still such a thing
mignt nave happened. I see no reason
why a nephew should not kiss his aunt
If ho wants to nnd sho lots him. If
I bad ns pretty nn aunt ns tho young
lady reforrcd to, I would kiss her and
5'W would, Your Honor, but probably
not In broad daylight."
Having completed this part of his
speech, he turned to tho oplsndo of tha
, c?tt.li un,1i !"(i'flcn V10 ,loi'cnilant to J'10
ot ,ho old nllls who, when ho used a
cortnn pInru ,0 Mt ,,,,, fcnUlor can
i,a wnr club or his sandals, that spot
I Immediately becann tabu. Ho said
furthor that thero wan n tftnlenev nn
! ,ho Prt of the defendant to revert
back lo tilt) tlniO Of PrlOCCS and KIllKS
ft "fh!1cI1' 'J1." S"1' ,12? 2?.W2JS:
" '." .,In. nnd .Placed hlB coat on
the bench in Thomas Squnro and
thcrcrnro tho bench wns at once tabu.
To his think ng. tho Infant mind
had been trained In tho direction of
seeing certain things that were not
there to bo seen. Whllo tho offense,
was not a very serious ono, still It wns
more serious than In nn ordinary case,
since tho defendant was a doIIco oin-
cer who, abovo ovoryono else, should
resneet thn rlehts of tho people
juriEO wnrox said no rnoso to no
llevo tho testimony of tho two grown
up witnesses. Tho defendant went a
llttlo too far In throwing tho youn
man off tlj" beneh. The. enso was not
n vqrv serious ono. A Pno of Jfi and
costs was Imposed and OHlccr Ferreira
at once gavo notlca of an appeal.
"1 havo not seen your husband nut
latelv " remarked tho trnpezo perform
er, "No." returned tho wlfo of tho
lion tnmer. "ho Is Imsv writing n hook
entitled 'Wild Animals I Thought I
Know.' "Brooklyn Eaglo.
I U. JuX'-iwJ 4 ..WtufcwiJei .A..-.i. - -if- W f 4f
UNITED STATES RESTS
The United State ( tc'tcd In Its con
teinnntlnn slit ale.linfct the BIshOD El-
tntc leli.ro Judge Kstei this morning.
thins vire made Ictween the pnrtUi
ri lathe to dates ot leases, etc.
James A. Low, manager of Honolulu
Plantation Co.., wa-t then called ns first
witness for the defense. He started In
to prove what the disputed land would .
produce In I'Mar cane.
Mr. Dunne for Hi') United Slatoi ob
jected to tha cvlilenrc on the ground
that It wns speculative, taking tho int
nf tho morning session In arguln thn
At 2 o'clock counsel for the BUhnji
IMalo will reply.
UIDNA KDN THE BRAND.
They are telling a good story on t
Scotch, resident of Kanal who recently
made n trip on the steamer Mlkahala.
It seems that on the trip to tile Garden
Isle things wcro very dry mid after
some solicitation the Scotch passenger
produced a full bottlo of gin. Ho of.
fcred drink to a young fellow passcn.
ger . uvvn ihtib "" '"
nnd tho latter nsked the Scot If th
drink was manuahl (free). The Scot
not understanding the meaning of tha
word replied that ho did not know
what the brand was but It was the best
bo could get la Honolulu. They all
WILL GIVR MANCHURIA.
New York, Nov. 21. A cable to ths
Sun from Peking says: The receipt by
Hu Yu Yen, Civil Governor of Peking,
of orders to prepare for tho use of the
court the street leading from the South
gnto to the palace. Indicates tho
hpeedy nrrlvnl of tha Empress Dowa-
ger nnd KmpCror, ns this Is ono of the
last preparations that need to be made,
Tho acting viceroy affirmed yester-
day the" Intention of tho court to con-
conclude Immediately the convention
with Russia. Thero was only n slight
observance hero yesterday of the Era-
rress Dowager's birthday, compared
with former years.
CALLED ON THE PRESIDENT.
The New York Sun of recent date
states that B. F. Dillingham during his
stay In Washington called on -the
President In romnanv with Wm. Hay
wood nnd offered n vigorous nrotest
against the free admission or Cuban
Th. .i m -.i ..,..
uitp arrested nt 4 vinrk ihtt- mi.mii. -
on tho charge of disturbing tha quiet
of the night- They nil nleadcd guilty
and wcro each fined 2 and costs,
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwortn stnted need now be feared In further financing
that tho natives were old offenders. A the road to bring It to an early corn
short tlmo ago he bad found It nec- ,.ctiQn
sary lo keep n couplo of officers at .
their homo for four consecutive nights I ' ' 1
on account of tho numerous complaints '
tuac nan como in.
Much lins be"n s.iM ot late about tho
wnll an Hotel btrect, opposite t!m
Cupltu: grounds. 1 ho government and
the iMnto ovmiIim tho property l:i
qiffillon are arranuliig the matter am!-
cably. A piece of pronerty on Mllbr
ct-ect has been offered In exchange,
hut tin re stems lo Im some little talk
about a posslhlo claim of tbo Federal
jiiveinncnt on the Inn).
The barkentlne Joseph L. Evlston
which arrived here "from Newcastle
this morning stopped at Kahului be.
foro coming here. Sho was ordered
here to discharge. The vessel Is mak-
lng her flret trip to this port and Is a
lino new boat. Her coal Is for Alex-
andcr & Baldwin.
. , .
Judgo George D. Gear leaves In the
Alameda this afternoon on a shtort
business trip to the Coast He will bo
back during tho latter part of the
month. Attorney Geo. A. Davis, who
will accompany, Judge Gear, Intends
going on to Washington.
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The Hrr, Bulletin. 76 cent per
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IT If T'aHiKkZC
Wo have Just received a new lot ot
tlieso cxcerient goods, and we -can
truthfully slate to our customers that
tlioy aro better than ever. Anyone
v.lio has worn a pair of these Shoos
knows what that means.
To thoso who have not found a '
Shoe that gives them satisfactory
wear, wo would suggest that they try
a pair of these.
NEAT FITTING, 8TYLI8H AND THE
PRICE IS RIGHT.
And You Can Get Them Only at the
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
1057 FOKT STREET.
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GOOD PROSPECTS FOR THE
EARLY COMPLETION OF LINE
There Is Joy In the ranks ot tha
(l Tran,lt Btockholders over tho
Ateitlm of JmIgc EMeo today n lhe
Tranjwa11 case and that the action ot
the court Is looked upon very favor-
aby by those Interested In the new car
((,rvco g ihown 1)y ,he way th itock
Jllm d th, mornlng on tna Mchango.
ut ft fcw nam wore ,,,, and DB.
lwccn ,he flr8trnnd latt gaIo the prlco
went up two ,, and B half- For
I iPVal WMka inquiries for the stock
.have been many but Intending buyer
jwcre not' generous enough la their of-
fers to purchase stock at what holders
considered Its market value. This bo
Ing the enso thero wcro but few sales
mado and these of small lots,
Now that the sun ) believed to bit
seen behind the cloud It Is probable
that holders will think twice before
they let go, especially, as from tlma
to time the valtio of tho road as a
money earning proposition Is Incroai-
Ing wllh the nddltlons to the lino,
within a short time contracts will be
let for tha work of putting the Una in
operation through tho McCully tract
and on out to Walklkl. The lino along
King street from Llllha to the Walklkl
turn will come later and at the rate
of construction at about 18000 a mile
the balance of the road can be com
pleted for about '1125,000.
The extension of the Nuuanu branch
's now being considered and will be
oegnn in a snort lime, witn all lure
Krcat residence districts to draw from
It Is easy to see that the more mllea
of track ""'ro are ,al(1 the greater will
i he tho earning rapacity of tho road.
As an investment which Is safe and not
"Ubject to the tips and downs of sugar
rks the Rapid Transit slock la look-
"' uPon uy nlany a Bd ne. On
the showing that has been made thus
far It Is not thought that any trouble
LAST OP FOOTBALL.
Thero will be a meeting of the Foot-
ball Lcngue on Friday at 12:20 o'clock,
In the rooms ot the Honolulu Athletic
Club, Elite building, tor tho purpose
of considering tho protest ot the cap-
tain ot the Honolulu team In tbe mat-
ter of the Thanksgiving Day game,
Other matters ot Importance will be
brought up at the meeting,
On Friday, a week, will take place
ithe last meeting of the League. At that
time, the season'! accounts will be set-
Tne "etary of the league stated
,0,,ay tnat ,n c" tho protest of tha
Honolulu team should bo allowed,
there wln not be " In tho pres-
ent determination, which la that there
nn" be no more ,CKU games played
during the present season. This has
been definitely decided on. If any more
gamf? T V be '?' ' w, be
?uU "e tn,e aB.u.c' Bh.ould ,ho Prote8t
,, "1l,,w,e1, "onoIu'u. Punahou and
MalJe"".lmta J"""8 w" ",an', on th
tooU ' ,h,e ,'a8U0 having each won
tt ame nplfCe-
I , "r"
Thero was only one arrest recorded
nt ,no pollco station this forenoon. A
nBtiV0 boy was taken down on the
charge of assault and battery.
t) nn m s en
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