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FOB THE EVENING BULLETIN
Vol. X. No. 2035.
HONOLULU, TEllltlTORY OE HAWAII, Fill DAY JANUARY 3 1902
Price 5 Cents.
.. . . .- . - rse II I P II I 1 I PtflH III III JU. w l
Under Covenant Made by
Minister of Interior
REFUSES NEW TRIAL
Verdict Against Savide, Schcack and
Jue'u Fully Sustained by Evidence-Probate
a milimlEslon of caso lias been made
to the Supremo Court between the
Oaliu Railway & Laud Company and
Tax Assessor J. W. 1'ratt. Tho railway
pcoplo claim an exemption from all
taxes on their property for a period of
twenty yearB from 1888, under a cove
nant made by the Minister of the in
terior In that year.
Judgo HumphicyB has filed a written
decision denying n now trial to Wil
liam SavldBO, J. II. Schnack nnd II.
A. Juen for assault and battery upon
one Kamakoo. On tho flrat ground of
tho motion ho says: "Tho verdict was
not in tho opinion of tho Court con
trary to tho ovldenco or tho weight of
tho ovldenco, hut It is amply sustained
by It; indeed, tho jury might cry well
havo returned a verdict of guilty
against tho defenoants Schnaclt nnd
Juen upon their testimony nlone." Tho
Court takes It thiB ground was mndo
pro forma. It not raving been nrgued
at nil. ... ,
As io tho second ground, the alleged
mlscdVidutt of Juror Nick Peterson,
tho Court goes Into tho particulars
and concludes: "Authority and reason
Justify the holding tnai a verdict can
not bo Impeached upon tho uncorrob
orated nfildavlt or ono person attribut
ing misconduct to a Juror, when tho
Juror In a countcr-nlltdavlt posltlvoiy
denies such nllegcu misconduct."
Judgo Humphreys granted tho mo
tion for default and Judgment In Dish
op & Co.'s suit on a noto for $1000
with 9 per cent Interest against II. L.
Evans and K. Matsumoto.
Akula Woodward Is suing her hus
band Joseph Woodwnru for divorce
on tho ground of fauuro to support
Virginia M Lancaster moves for a
hearing of the contempt case against
her divorced husband, Ktllllo Lancas
ter, for neglect to comply with order
Curran & Green of San Francisco
has brought suit ngalnst Chun Hoy
for a debt of $376 for goods sold nnd
C. Lai Young's account as guardian
of Laahla. minor, Is approved and he
discharged. F, J, rtussell, master, re
ceives a fco of $10.
An order has been signed by Judge
Humphreys approving tho report or
Henry Smith. maBtcr. on tho account
of S. C. Allen and M. l Robinson,
trustees under tho will of James Rob
inson. In addition to minor correc
tions of the account, tho Court orders:
"That tho settlement of tho $5000 leg
acy paid to Rebecca Robinson, a ro
versloner. nnd tho payment to certain
beneficiaries of their respective shnres
In the proceeds of tho Walklkl prem
ium, nnlil hv order of tho court be nnd
tho same aro hereby afflrmed." Tho
master Is allowed, a fqp of $50.
K. A. Schaefcr, administrator of tho
cstato of Samuel Johanowltz, has ren
.Inm.l l,l f1ifit nnrl flnnl nnnmint tttimv.
lng receipts of $2310.01 and payments
or ;zbj.bu, leaving a uniuncu hi
Although tho United States has so-
cm od all that It wants or over asked
for In tho isthmian canal treaty. Sen
dor Rnllcy of Teaxs has undertaken to
oigunlzo a Democratic opposition to
the ratification of tho ngrcoment. Tho
alleged ground upon which ho Justifies
this course Is a declaration that the
wholo affair Is none of Oroat Britain's
business, that it concerns only Nlcnra
gun, Costa Rica and tho Wnlted States,
nnd that therefore there should bo no
treaty. Rochester Democrat and
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
.: or Rent
Well located 0 room Cottage
at Maklkt; dining room and
bedrooms mosquito proof;
best of plumbing.
Only $400 down.
for balanco, will buy It, or
will rent to family without
children, for $30 per month.
Ring up Main 69 and In
quire about this.
Among e cases disposed of In tho
Police Court this forenoon wero tho
Kauhanc, larceny In the second de
gree, committed to the Circuit Court
lor trial. Kauhanc .b cunrged with
stealing a Sterling bicycle Irani It. I)
Heading on January 2. Ho stntcd to
Judge Wilcox this morning that ho
was drunk when ha stole tno bicycle,
Two 1'orto Rlcans, charged with va
ginncy, wcro sentenceu to two
months' Imprisonment at mud labor.
They wero found in a house whero
thoy had uo right. Jose, another 1'nr
to Klcan, under iiie same charge, was
sentenced to three months Imprison
ment. This man was reported by tliK
pollco as being rather peculiar In bis
actions. Ho was examined by Dr Em
erson and found to bo not Insane. Dep
uty Shetlff Chllltngwortn stated that
the young man had -cen sieopliig on
tho streets and In old houses and
sheds for sovcrul weeks past.
Joso Rovlera, nnoi cr l'orto Rlcnn,
charged with stealing $27.ou, waived
examination and was commuted to the
Circuit Court for trial.
Kalmlhoa, charged with assault and
battery on I'uahla (w, was sentenced
to one months imprisonment at hard
labor. This was an aggravated enso.
Tho native sought oik s termor mis
tiess while In a state or intoxication,
knocked her down, pulled her about
by her hair, struck her In tho mouth
and bruised the slue of nor face, 'ins
defendant denied all know-iedge of the
David Ku, charged with assault and
battery on Kcamohu, an eccentric old
nntlvo woman of Kalln, this district,
uas sentenced to pay a lino of $10 and
FILTHY Wll FLOWS i
The water from the cesspool In tho
back of the Advertiser office continues
to flow out Into Merchant street but
It was noticed this morning that the
sidewalk had been swept clear of the
decaying matter which was thero until
There Is a complication In tho matter
of this nuisance which may end in a
case In court. The water comes from
the government cesspool but It Is said
that tho direct cause of the flow Is a
pipe from tho von Holt cesspool near
by which carries off the surplus from
the latter and lets it Into tho govern
ment cesspool so that, In times ot
heavy rainfall, thero is nn overflow
fiom this place.
Superintendent of Public Works
Iloyd will look Into tho matter to seel
what the real state of affairs Is. It he
finds tho outlet from the von noil
sewer ho will plug It up and then maks
whatever repairs on tho government
cesspool that might bo found necessary.
If the water comes from the von Holt
cesspool after that Is done, the owner
of tho property will bo prosecuted.
In the meantlmo the pcoplo who
havo stoies In 'ho neigh borhcied and
those who are forced to walk by thn
place of the nulsanco scernl times a
day, aro forced to put up with nn over
flow from a cesspool and that too, right
under their very noses.
OUlccrs of Geo. W, De Long Post, O
A. R., for tho ensuing year wero In
stalled yesterday evening, Past Post
Commander R. Jay Orccne being tho
Installing officer. Tho list is as fol
lows: I', a, Edward Strout; 8. V. C
C. H. Dickey; J. V. C, J. T. Copeland;
Q. M., George Dlctzj Adjt., John W.
I'rancls, Chnplaln, Robert Kelson; O.
D., W. r. Williams; O. a Richard
Sherman; Sergt. MoJ , Jas. H. Duff;
Surgion, S. McKeague; Q. M. Sergt ,
W. McCnndlcss; Past P. C W. L.
tho grizzled veterans had a grand old
time, rollcltous addresses were deliv
ered by the newly Installed ofilcers and
C, II. Dickey let loose on the piano
nnd striking Into a Jig caused a num
ber of tho saviors of the Union In tha
Vner tho regular business of the t'resmeui 1.1 ins message 10 congress; ed amid great enthusiasm. Tho mSl. -- - """ "
. . ... ... nnd tn iIIri mo mii-h Htenn nn mnv lin i.... ....... i.... .. ......! .. itt. ..i - . lll liemon ns initio. 1IIO Amelia
ovening, in wnicn tno review ot tne - ,"-- --, --- ,' '"' ""' nun a vin m uu- a ( . . uaijaaC0 10 uort ln'atlni!
past year proved highly gratifying, un- MtUMirjr to bo taken for 1111 early up- nK may wlth all uncertainty us to tho R, ,)a,Kt. ,,? cfcorgo U "l crl In J.
,io- tho l.en.i nt vnl.,i nt (, r.r.in, plication of the "trailltlonul American policy of the unity, tho Impression hnv. ,,.,. i.,ri ii.r.. ,i,u .i,.,..i ..1 1.-
duik sixties to forget thnt they were your Piesenco upon the platform, and been more troublo and dissensions In
not still young nnd about to enlist I wml'11 rt-lest tho pleasure of an ad- tho meetings of tho cxccutlvo commit
eagerly for tho defense of the flag W dress fl0m 1'0U on tll auuJect matter tee than at any previous time It was
L. Eaton, tho tctlrlng Post Command-1 'or wlllcn tho meeting has been callod. also charged that the central commit
cr, Is cre'dltcd with having taken tho' PIcmo Inform us at your earliest tee had mado Itself altogether too ex
cake. He showed his heels In a man-1 convenience as to your pleasure In elusive, had taken to meeting In dark
ner that ho never learned In battle I tn's lnattn' nn! oblige, yours respect- places In secret and hud dona other
Adjutant Francis wns a gay second If
not trying for tho honors.
Altogether tho nnnual meeting of
the Post was a most Joyful ono nnd It
enters tho new year under exceedingly
favorable circumstances. Although
many of the original members of Geo.
W, De Long the first Post over lnstl
tutcd off American soil-have passed
away, yet slnco annexation tho airt
nls of veterans havo considerably re
plenished the ranks.
General Colllnc. Domncrnt. hnn liomi
elected Mayor or Huston over Mayor
iri,iiuii-uii, uy ll uaiulllDlllllts
iiiuiuiiijr ui iu.uuu, nit) rcEiuc is a mat occasion, nas uecn received,
surprlso to both parties and shows ,s tho object of the proposed meet
.ion tn..init,!J"mf,tii ll!? taB ' tl10 umIoh of matters whlcti
.MS'aftXr rc'atln " h omclal discretion
caught tho Impressionable people and ot tl10 Territorial oxocutlve, I feet that
went tnrougn with nymg colors, llur
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
FOR LACK OF MONEY
. Must Sadly Languish
James It. Iid, Superintendent of .Mil and Hockley streets Wohnvoonu Mr llod added up the Items In tlm
I'ubllc Works, was askcu tins morning repair gang on the latu rainstorm dam pro rata schedule, giving as the result
If there wcro nnv show for tho Lownlo ace. to operate unon Diamond Head !.',.( r.:!2. 12 nil in.il rnr tm im.ml.K- ..
Viasonry ditch out of the ni.owaiKO of
expenditures to his department. HHj.MalUltl street, tho upper ponlon of
icply came In tho following statement: Nuuanu street and tuo upper portion
"According to tho nccounts of the of Llllha street. Ono gang with tarts
chief clerk's oflkc, tho expenses ollli clearing away the uebrls fiom tho
the department proper amount to I storm. Another gang Is putting in
$0001.75 n mouth of which $o!)75.7." Is culverts on King street, I'nlnma, wlulo
for salaries and pay roll and 302 for ' still another gang (5 working on King
general expense. incltiuing Bitch stieet In front of tho Knlulanl and
things as tare of mnructa, etc Reformatory Schools.
"In the ofTlco of Assistant buperln- j "Then thero nio tho running tix
tendent of I'ubllc Works tho salaries pe-nses of the Road Supervusoi s ot
nnd pay roll amount to tiSOO moutnl)
and running expenses to ..7.i-j, out
ol which thero Is only $15i lor tho
watnr supply of Liiunlnn that Is con
sldcred Impo. , necessary und
Just as Important as the drainage of
I'Tho pay roll of tho garuago depart
ment Ib $2060, and running expenses
"The Mlurcau of Roads, Including
pay rolls, material, horse feed, etc.,
calls for $13,957.95.
"Pay rolls and expenses of the fire
departments of Honolulu and Hllo
amount to $3350.
"Water works salaries and pay rolls
come to $1345 and expenses to $2283.
"All of this expenditure amounts tn
$53,152.70 n month, and out of the
wholo of It all that Is to be expended
outside of Honolulu nro tho Items for
juio eiectric iignung. nuo wnicr
works. W'alohlnu water works. Val
luku and Kahului water works, Ijihnl-
na water works and roads In North
Kona. For actual Improvements and
repairs everything else Is ror Hono-
"In Honolulu wo nro doing tho fol-
lowing wurn- ltunning inreo quarries.
Mucaunmizing i.unauio, nuuanu, K.u-
IS WHAT HOME RULERS
DECLARE IN FAVOlf OF
Impor'ant Resolution By Senator Ka-
nuha at Las', Nights Meeting
Thcic was a very Important meeting;
of the Homo Rule Republican party In
headquarters Inst evening. There wns
a very largo attendance nnd nmong
these wcro several members of local
labor unions. Senator 1). Kulauokalanl
presided over the meeting.
The first business of the meeting was
the report of the Central commlt'teo on
matters pertaining to the big ratlflca
Hon muss meeting to be held In the.
drill shed tomorrow night. The com-
niltteo stntcd that Bovcral acceptances
mlttco stated that Bovcral acceptances
to Invitations .0 speak .1 tho meeting
had been received but thivf tho great
majority had not sent lu answers ot
ony kind. The follow lng letter to Gov
ernor Dole nnd tho answer thereto,
Sanford II Dole, Governor of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii, Honolulu, T, K,
Sli A mass meeting of citizens Is
called for the purpose ot ratifying the
suggestions and retommendntions nr-
lectins this Territory made by the
S)8tem ot gnveinment" In these. Is)
The incctlug will be hold on Satlir-
day. January . 1002, at tho drill shed,
In Honolulu, and the undersigned, as
members of the Committee on Arrange-
ments and Program, respectfully Invite
(Signed.) J, KALANIANAOLE,
CARLOS A. LONO,
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1901.
Honolulu, 30 December, 1901.
Mews- J. Kalnnlanaolo nnd Carlos A.
wUb, ui nn v,u...,.icu uu .-
rungements and Program for n
mass meeting of citizens called for
January 4, 1902.
I airs: our letter inviting me to a
8cit on tho platform at such meeting,
iiii .ii;aiiib uu iiu'Ba iiuiu ma uu
It would he of doubtful expediency for
mo to take part In Its deliberations.
I thank you for the courtesy In nf'
fording mo nn opportunity which I
.should be glad to avail myself of under
loau, .Manon road, Kceaumoku street,
llco. including tlio keeping oi men
woiklng at the stables, blacksmith
and harness shops, leou, material and
sundry supplies for load nuiiding.
Mr. Ilod was uBkcd If tho respect
le districts did not have tnelr own
load taxes to expend.
"Yes, ' was tho answer, "but thci
nixes ore not sufficient ror their io.i's.
"Now, although this is u speudu
department It yet brings In a large
amount of revenue. Wo have all tho
water works receipts und fees from
other sources. An Increase ot taxable
values of property Is righuy attributed
to good roads nnd streets. 'Inerefoic
ii great share- of the Uixcb ought tu
in nil 11 lt lliln ,tn.,n.lu...l l 1
wv n j H tiuiiuiuuviu iu uruor
n ivr;ii iii ill I nilCll IfMlllUUlllVt1 Jill I
I "1 am anxious to give the outfr dls
trlets their duo proportion ot expen-
junures lor puonc wori,s, tuillcllnps und
Improvemints. Whatever thoy re-
celvo, however, must come out ot eltn-
o,- ono or all or the allowances ror
reads, water works and wharves. Wo
may be compelled to stop oven tno
sewer work In Kewalo, but of this I
am not nt present certain. fn; them
i uo snow lor tne Kownlo ditch, uc-
coruing io inese figures.
other c Iriiimstnnces, and remain, very
SANFORD II. DOLE.
The report of tho Central commltc
v. as referred back to tho committee
with Instiurtlon to nrrnni-A fnr (tin
resolution ratifying the message of
npal,1(in TtniianifnU ..t ).A n,t .!.,.
same at n meeting of the'execntlvo
committee tn be held tonight. A icso-
lutlon hu8 already been prepared nnd
will be In readiness for tonight's meet
ing. The committee of three appointed at
n recent meeting to look Into the mat
ter of vacancies on the executive com
mittee asked for further time, since
Its Investigations had not jet been
completed The report will bo ready
I bj the meeting to be herd next week.
It Is understood that there nre five VB'
v ancles. In connection with this mat-
ter, a resolution wns Introduced by
Repiestntatlvc Heekley. mnktng It ne-
ceRsnrv for eni-b new member nf Hm
executive committee to swear nllegl
ance to tho Homo Rule Republican par-
tv nnd Its ptutfurni This cnriled tin
Senator Knnulm Introduced a tesoln-
tion nsklmr Delecatu Wilcox to with,
,jiaw ),! iepi.r um from congress
Tilt,ro Wil a ry warm (lebat0 on th
...nil.. ...i - V-....I... ...1.1..1. .1..
mattcr am .jr Kanuha withdrew the
r(,soIutloil to bo aBaIn lntro(lucC(I when
fi information ns to tho number, lo-
cation, etc, of lepers on the Mnlulnnd
should be lecclved.
Senator Kunuha then Introduced nn direct!) to San 1 innclseo. where he
other rrbotutlon expressing In no un- ""."1, . , U (,Jcrnm" ""l'ltnl re
certain terms tho stand of tho Horn. f llZt'X aboard the Amelia It
Rulo Rcnubl can imrtv In tho Ch nese 'rn,.ini.. n 11.... ...
oxehnlon mutter Thero was no iuki'
wnrmness In the resolution. It dc ' beu.ocn Ban I'ranclsco nnd tho Sound
clnitd decidedly In favor of absolute!1""! Alaska llo Is making Ills second
exclusion and was unanimously adopt- 'J'!' lo t,lls I)urt- 'mvlng been heie
lng gone abroad thnt the Homo Rulers
wero divided on tho question
James Qulnn expressed his Intention
of Introducing n resolution abolishing
the central committee It was stated
nt tho meeting that, slnie the creation
of this body not long ago. thero had
things not calculated to promote har
mony In tho ranks of the party.
A Chinaman driving along on Rerc
tnnta street In tho vicinity of the Hyds
premises yesterday, met with quite a
serious accident. Ho was taking horns
Ioil(1 of hny nen .,, ,, becam
,rK.ltcneii ,, h0 wa8 thrown off.
striking his head. The pejople living In
,0 Hy(lo hougo Rave tho Cnlnnman
wllat relPf ley ,.,. untl conv3J.
m,. ,niil.i nrrivn ar,. hv Mm in 11..
hospital He was badly cut about the
The office of
WELLS, FARGO & CO.
HAS REMOVED TO THE MASONIC
BUILDING, COR. HOTEL AND ALA.
- ... . --.. .... .. .. Iv .,., , v ,,u , n t.t.vu.. . ,Vt Ul
pundltiircs fo the I'ubllc Woiks De-
"I imisldcr a water supply for La-
Imb i of equal Importance, saying the
least,' he eoticluui-d, "to the kownto
drainage The people of Lana na havo
to drink water out of open ditches
scarcely lit Tor beasts let alone human
beings No; 1 cannot seo thnt there
1st nnv hope at all lor u Hoard of
The mooted Kuwnlo ditch would
cost about $20,000. Its only chance
of construction under present elroum
stances would be through slow stages
month ufter month, but slnco tho 8u-
perlnteiident or I'ubllc Works Is doubt
fill If own the eewcr can be complct
cd by a similar mode of progression
there Is trill) a slim chance tor tho
rescue of Kewnln suburb irom Its
natural swamp condition. It has been
gathered moreover, by the Dullctin
reporter Investigating t)c subject thnt
oven tho right or way for tho dlUh has
not us ct boen eutliely secured
H Wright. Treasurer or tho
Territory, takes n pessimistic view ot
the revenues. He said tnls morning
"HPRinning with a balance of, say,
t?lin (Hill Hi., rnnlnlu ttnlll 11.1b . ,.i u
tax collectlonhs are mndo will amount
t ni.,r,,. r i, tir. unn n n.ih
All of the expenditure's over this
monthly Increment ot revenue must or
necessity reduce tho balance In band
so much Every prooablllty is that
the pio rntn allowances ror next quar
ter must be reduced below tho sche'
ule Just ulonted icr the present nuaT
"There Is nothing srt apart for eltli
or tho Kewalo ditch or tho desired
Hoard ofJpnltb steamer.'
CAPTAIN W1LLER HAD A
j NARROW ESCAPE LAST TRIP
Vessel Shipped Big Sea Over Stein
and Captain Missed Death
at Wheel Was
On the last trip of the b.irkenttne
Amelia from this port to Durchu her
old commander Captnln V'lller tnme
vir" nenrly losing his lire, ami as a
lt,s'"1 " "' accident he Is not with
the vcsbel this tlmo,
Oil t Iwi trlii mi uotmi i nut l.n.t . .... t K
or aa iU.0f,n(creii and on I'haul.sglv
illg ua) while the Cuptaln wns ut the
j wheel, the barkeutlno took a great sou
over the htim which carried away the
beint hanging lu the davltB. smashed
""-' wllel, stove In tliu alterpart of
' tl; Ii'mse. iloodril tho cabin nnd car
rl .nwa l"u binnacle. Iho boat
J "cn wl InTiX ana'Su
located his shoulder. lie was disabled
and tour ilas nlturwaid nail tho good
ifcitiine to make port. He proceeded
vmr h 1 ., 1., ti..." ,..n., 1,, .
scvernl hours Good woat.ier was ox
perlenccd nearly all tho way until In
tho neighborhood 01 these Islands,
when the bad weather prevailing here
was nut. Ono day tho Amelia wan
hovo to for over b!x hourB m a howllut,
ElKS IB d PUY
The Elks have something new that
they aio Just now tossing up on their
antlers and expect to land tn about six
weeks' time. They aro going to play
tho opera of Mikado, not in Its original
shape but In burlesque nnd there aro
many in the lodge who can do Just that
suit ot thing. An cpcit comedian re
cently arrived from tho Colonic-) will
undertake tho work of training tho
boys. He has brought tho music with
him and Is at work already. All women
folks havo been tabooed. Tho boa
will tako their parts and will wenr ki
monos. It Is expected that tho bur
lcsquo will bo put on lu six vvcekv
tlmo. Object Replenishing the lrea.
liry of tho Elks.
Tho Gaelic was sighted twenty miles
west at 2-15 p. in. She. will probably
leavo for tho Coast early tomorrow.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin is the largest and best pub
lished In tho Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year. '
'the follow g Idler tins been sent
to Uoviiimr i .no uy j A Aklnu,
Speaker oi me iioicu ui itepresenta
tlves oi this Icrruuiv:
Honolulu, i H , .Inn 2, 1902.
Sir It nga.n becomes my sad duty
as Speaki r of the House of Represent
atives oi uie i,cgiHiatura or tins terri
tory to notify )ou oi a vacancy by
death In .the meiuucrsnlp oi tha
On Sunda December 22d. 1901, one
of our most resnecteil members. Hm
Honorable Archibald V. Oiltlllan, one'
ot the Representatives elected from
the fourth Representative District, i
while solournlne In tne Cltv of I'hlln
delphla. met with a severe accident 1
unii ltD'iiuu iuiuii; ii,uii viiu luiiuvt
It therefore becomes m duty ns
Speaker tn advise joil that a vacancy
has been created In the membership
ot the House of Representatives to hn
Illicit for the unexpired term as pro
vlded by law.
I havo tho honor to remain, very re
spectfully. J. A AKINA.
Speaker House of Representatives.
Hon Stanford II. Dole, Governor, the
Cnpltol, HoncUtll i.
WAS IT INCCNDIAmUM.
A niittahniwi' rnrrlnr iinlntr
Territory Stables eaiiy this morning,
noticed n lire In tho store next to the
plumbing shop In the stables building.
The wntchmnn wns notified nnd the
fire was put out b) means of a bucket
It Is the opinion of some that the
file was the result of Incendiarism A
lot of waste piper and ntnor material
whh found nil re in k corner
At the inciting of the Home Rule
Republican p.irl held last night, the
name of Prince Cupid Knlnnlanaole
was mentioned as the candidate of the
Home Rule part for the vacant seat In
the House of Representatives. James
Qulnn, who ran In the Fourth District
nt the lust election and was defeated,
was to have been the nominee but, on
learning of the candidacy or tho Prince,
he withdrew troin the field and Kalanl-
nunole lecclved a unnnlmous nomlnn-
lion. Of course, It Is no$ known If hu
will ucy-cpt since ho Is now- on his way
back fOm Hllo where he went to at-
tend the New Year races.
A NATIVE PROWLER.
Mai.unul, n young Hawaiian was
stnt to Jail ror two months by Judge
Wilcox this morning on the thnrga
of assault and battery on James
Knulla, tho Hawaiian attorney. 'lu)
details fo tho ease nro as lullovvs:
Mr. and Mrs. Kauila went to a liiau
at tha home or Kuaiaku, a neighbor,
In Kapalama, Inst night. Mis KauliJ
I (turned home before her Tiiulmnd and
went to bed. Somo tlmo between h
and 9 o'clock ho heard his wife calling
out for help nnd ran to tho houso Just seen to strike ono of the wooden ren
in tlmo to see Makanu. emerging rrom ,,.rs at tho side or the vestc' ns he wenv
the back door 'Iho young man was ..
slaik naked. Kauila caught tho fel- ., , ., ... .
low and thiew him down. Ho was If Ibis Is a fnct then the drowning is
nbout to spoil the countenance of Ma eay nrcountcd for If tho Japancso
1 nnul when relatives of tho latter or "truck the fender nnd fell Into the wa
rived and held him, alTordlng tho
prowler n chanco to escape. Kauila
(Bino io town, saw tno pollco nnthori
rMtcd M"K'""" W"S immedra,cy al
Mrs.' Kauila states that tho young
man went Into ner bedroom nnd at-
tempted nn assault on her person
In sentencing tho man. Judge Wll
cox told him ho would not havo blamed
Kauila If he had token a Bhot at him
Tho court In that caso would have
flmd hltn to tho extent of n postage
stnmp or allowed him to go without
A Youthful Thief.
Kelklalil. a native boy about eicht
years of ago. was arrested yesterday frankness about tho npproaching wed
on tho thurgo of stealing $1U from a ding. Thnt Is nil right. "All tho world
i-oriugue.se. uno itttio lcllow pleaded leves n lover." particularly ono who
guilty, saying ho bad undertaken tho alms to mako himself so ngrcenblH
Job all by himself. Tho mother waa and who succtedn In It to nil tho
lulled up nnd sho expressed entlru world Rochester Democrat and
willingness that her boy should go to Chronicle,
tho Reform School Ho was there- . . -
upon sentenced to ono year In tho In I -,., ,M ,,, ,,.,, , . ,, ...
etitutlon named. Judgo Wllio. ex TllP, B,Pn,,J sl,fnnKciof So,uh Afrl
pressing It ns his opinion that thb ra" 8llarca lB winning mnny n moral
mLLLTT?,, victorv for the Doors In tho heart of
than sending the boy to Onmi Jail tc
associate with grownup criminals nnd
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I0f7 PORT 8T.
lilo 1 1
Japanese Fell, From
Hesper and Was
FOUND STICKING IN
MUD OF THE IIAREOR
Sad Occurrenc on 111 Fatal Bitk
Supposed That Man Struck a
Fender snd Was
The bark Hesper has rdded one mora
unfortunate occurrence io lib aire.iuj
hong list. It will be remembered that
Captnln Sodcrgren, the former master
of the vessel, Is In jail now. It will also
ir.' remembered that, when the ship wa
lu Tahiti somo years ago, the mate wns
murdered. Today at noon, the cabin
boy went over tho side of tho vestel
and was drowned. '
The bark Hesper hauled over to the
lallruad wharf this forenoon for the
purpose of discharging her cargo of
lumber. Close upon noon time, the
Japanese, aged nbout twenty-thrco,
went to the side of the vessel, either to
empty a pall of slops or to draw up
Just what he meant to do
Is not known
At nil events, ho wns seen by sieve-
(lores nn the wharf to lose his balance
and fall overboard. Somo time
elapsed, the natives who were watch-
lng waiting for the man to appear at
the Surface. As It was far past the
time when this appearance Is usually
looked for, the people of the Hesper
were notified ,
Aj qulcklj as possible, one of the
sailors of the bark was let over tho
side, a rope around his body. Ho dlv-
ed down into the depths and round
tho Japanese with his head sticking
lu the mud. The depth or the water at
that place is nbout 24 feel.
Upon bringing the bod) to the sur
face. It was taken aboard ship and th
usual methods of resuscitation were
brought into pity. However, these
were of no avail fur the man wai
Upon examining the body closely, a
cut wns found on the right eyelid and a
slight bruise on the forchrnd. In con
nection with this, It Is stated by somo
of the stevedores that the man wa
ter unconscious he wns a dead weight
and would naturally go to tho bottom.
once thero In the mud thero was no
action whatever, on account of bis con-
'Htloij. nnd he drowned
A Coron(;r8 J0' composed of tho
following, saw the body at tho
morgue, were sworn In and will meet
nt tho police station this evening- Win.
H. Coney, Wm Savldge, ("has. II. WIN
son, Chas Lucas, Wm. Crook nnd Geo.
I Senntor Depcw has so long taken
the public Into his conddenco that, now
h0 ,g nl0,lt , t). marrei. ,10 tml)os.
oms himself with ihn mum rhnrmlnv
'', I'oni'"n This Is shown by tho ter
T"'U' l',! ,"". LI.0 hS ?,,"p'
on Ilrltlsh Investors nnd capitalists
through the shrinkage or their Invest
ments In South Africa. Durfalo Review.