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Vol. X. No. 2019.
In Aleong Building, Ka-
kaako, Late This
FIRST ATTEMPTED TO
SHOOT JAPANESE WOMAN
Leaves Letter Telling of Reason for
Rash Deed Put Bullet
Through Head and Died
There have been many gruesome
talcs of happenings In the city during
the past fortnight or so hut none as
gruesome as the one that a coroners
Jury Is now pondering over nt tho po
llen station, In which the death of u
Ocrman shoemaker of tho city figures.
It was shortly nftcr 10 o'clock this
morning that a Japanese woman call
ed at the pollco station In great dis
tress and gave the police to understand
that there had been suicide committed
In one of tho Ah Lcong buildings near
the Iron works. Deputy Sheriff Chill
Ingworth being busy In the Pol lie
Court, Sheriff Ilrown took the matter
In hand and went In the patrol wagon
to the nlace.
On going to tho room designated by
tho Japanese woman, Sheriff Hiown
saw a man stretched on the floor On
examining his body It was found that
the fellow was quite dead A revolver
was llng on the floor nt the side of tho
body. There was a pool of blood on
the floor which enme from a frightful
wound In tho head, made b a bullet
fiom the revolver. Shcrllt mown
iccognlzed tho man ut nine as lielnit
J. II. TruF(hler, a Herman shoemaker
of the tlty who used to have a shop on
Alakea strett but who leccntl) moved
his place of business to a plcc of
property lieionglng to W. H. Howell In
Kallhl, where ho made his home
The body was removed to the
liiorsnc where nt 1 'clock. Dr Mc
Donald was still nt work on tlTt post
mot torn examination Slierlff Ilrown
tailed the following coroner's Jury to
gether and at 11 SO o'tloik began the
work of questioning wltnessis Messrs
Horace Crabbe, Jeff Kubev. Jaikson.
Cluney and lmhoff The woman In the
tase. a Japantsc, was questioned and
she told substautlally (he samo stoi) ns
given to Deputy Slierlff Chill
Ingworth. At a little uftn 1.' o'tloik,
It was necessary for tho Jur) to tako
tv recess until 1 30 o'tloik because the
doctor had not )ct finished his exami
nation of the body.
It appears that tho Japanese woman
owed the deceased sonic mono) which
ho went to collect this morning She
replied that she did not have the mon
ey and at this, Truschler diew n .38
tallbre revolver and took u shot at her.
Luckily he missed her but the revolver
was so close to the fnie when fired
that sho was badly burned about tho
mouth with powdtr. The woman lan
out of tho room streaming for help mid
Just as she had readied the door, an
other shot rang out. This time, Hit
German had placed tho luvolver
against his own bead and pulled tho
trigger. He evidently knew Just where
to plate the muzzle, for the shot took
Instant effect and, when tho crowd
tushed In to seo what tho matter was a
few- beionds later, Tiusihler was al-
The following letter, explaining the
steps that led tho 0 or m an (o do the
rash deed committed this moinlng,
was found In the pocket of tho dead
Honolulu, January 20, 1902
On Account of tho swlndel and cheat
ing actions of tho Japanese woman
Atora Jcscmato Induced me to execute
this action Said woman worked for
mo for tonsiderablo tlmo ami I have
laid her well, sho borrowed besides 00
Dollars of mo with the promtso to pay
It back In two months. Ten months
havo txplred without payment I de
manded energetltally to satisfy me, In
stead sho disappeared one day.
One day I discovered her In a hiding
In Kukcake I ordered her to tho po
lite station to get my rights, but, what
had I to hear she declared herself u
piostitute. The shamo is too gieut for
mo to have bad such a person In my
(Signed ) JUT.
Deputy Sheilff Chllllngworth (old
the following story to a Ilnlletln lepor
ter Oils forenoon "I know the dereas
td well About a week or so ago, ho
iamo to my oillco and asked me to
bottle up a llttlo money muttei wlikli
ho had on hand. Uo had been living
with a Japaneso woman, Atoi.i 'eso
iiinlo by name, and from time to ,mo
had given her vailous sums of mono
which, to date, had amounted to IJU
Sho had cleaned his house foi'a long
tlmo and had also becu his mistress.
Ho wanted tho woman arrehtcd on tho
hargo of embezzlement for, ho stated
besides tho money ho had given her
from time to time, ho had also loaned
Her ?l)0, for which amouut ho had a
"Naturally, I tould not settle dlfflcul.
tics of this nature and I told the man
o very frankly. Ho went awav veil
HONOLULU, TElilllTORY OP HAWAII, MONDAY. JANUARY 20, 1002
1'itiei: 5 GY.NTS.
angry and threatened that ho would
get tho money In somo way or other.
This Is the last I saw of him but he evi
dently meant what ho said."
That Truschler went to tho room of
the Japaneso woman In tho Ah Lcong
block with the Intention of killing her
and then committing suicide himself,
Is not doubted by tho pollco. Previous
to this trip to tho place, ho put on 117V
Truschler had been In the country
between fifteen nnd twenty jcars and
Invariably followed the trade of a shoe
maker. Nino jcarB ago when tho
monarchy was overthrown, he was a
member of the squad of Germans that
took charge of the pollco,statlon under
Captain Zelgler. Later on, he was a
special officer Under Marshal Hitch-tock.
TO BOND KIHEI
There is a rumor on the stiect tc
nay .that Klhel plantation Is to hi
bonded for half a million dollars This
Is looked upon ns good news by a
great many of the shareholders, ns
they see dividends In sight. Kcports
of the crop arc very reassuring, and It
Is said that about eight thousand ton
PEOPLE TAKE ALARM
NAHIKU WATER LEASE
Protesting voices aro being heard bought a kulcana of 10 10 actes In 1896 1 running stream descending from thu
rit ilnul it t Inst f lin MmAin.l L.i... n . ..... . ' " .
BALDWIN ATJIIE HELM
Under present arrangements iTM
management of the Hawaiian Coin
mortal & Sugar Company has been
rlaced In the hands of H. P. llaldwln
for five ears, He will have as his as
sistant Hen Baldwin, whllo Harry
Baldwin will go from Hamaknapoko In
some capacity not yet decided upon.
1 II. S. i
from .Maui ugnlnst the proposed learns nnd added to it bv siibseniirnt nur.
of Nahlku lands amounting to nine-( chnsi-s. Mr Omstcd Is In town and
teen thousand acres on tho application ' having been seen by a Ilnlletln reporter
of II P. llaldwln, who wants them sole-1 tnlked freel) of the danger from the
ly for the purpose of developing th transattlon In iuestlcm to the rights
water upon the lands. Tho present aro of all small holders now ilcpcdci3
not tho llrst objections raised to Mr. 'upon water from the Nahlku mottn
tlildwln's scheme. Memorials have .tains Ho said
been sent both to Washington and Ho-1 "Wo got wind In .May or June of last
nolulu There has not been time for year that the Hawaiian Commercial &
any results to appear In Washington. Sugar Co. was going to extend Its ditch
In Honolulu the plea of smnll landhold-1 lo Nnhlku. Knowing that with tho II.
ers lias been Ignored, excepting for a C. & S Co might Is right, tho small
vague recognition of "vested rights, landholders petitioned the government
of third parties" In the form of tbfl'not to allow the water betwven Hono-
The training ship Molikan nnlved
heio this morning thlrt)-two d.i)s
from Lower California, wlitio she
went from Los Angeles lo prattlcc
with her great guns and for general
Instead of going to llllo, as was the
piogram, tho vessel tame here dlrctt,
us sue was a little behtud tlmo. Sho
will sta about ten dajs and then sail
to complete hu irulse. Some tlm
ago theic was talk of the Mohiiau or
another training vessel being station
id hire as a lecrulting vessel. There
Is nothing known aboard her as to
this matter, and whether she will hi
sent back here or not Is not known.
Theie aro about threo hundred bojs
on the vessel who will bo given shore
liberty during their staj They aro
mostlj from California aud on theli
first cruise. Since leaving San l'rau
clso (he health or the ship has bceu
good aud the youug sailors who start
ed out as green hands aro being mado
nblo scaniin of In tint fashion
leases the Uovernment has decided to
put up at auction.
The c.ibc of W. E. Shaw, described la
the latest Issue of the Maul News, fair
ly sets forth tho danger to whlih small
landholders are liable to bo exposed
by the easy tompllanto of tho Govern
ment with Mr. Ualdwln's application
following Is tho article In full.
"W i;, Shaw of Nahlku, some years
since bought a tract of land In the
Nahlku toffee lands district and has
set ubuut 90 acres of it to cane, a con
siderable portion of which Is now ripe.
"Tho Nahlku plantation having
fallen through. .Mr Shaw's only re
source Is to flume his cane to the liana
mill, and for this purpose he has built
a flume from his cane Held to (he ter
momu and Wallua-ikl to bt diverted
into the proposed ditch. The govern
mont has never noticed tho petition
In nny way.
"Yes, I have observed that clause
to protect 'tho vested rights of third
parties,' In the form of lease publish
ed, but what protection Is that to
small holders? It elninlv leaves it
opeu to the powerful II. C. & S Co
to drag the small holders Into court
nnd wear them out.
t I have been getting wnter from
Wnllua mil and Keanao gap through
Kamllo stream. It Ir mv Imnno.inn
that When I bought tho first kiilcnnn
nf 10 10 ncrcs In tho )car 1S9H thu
Commissioner of Wnter IllghtR told me
I vvns entitled ncrnctunllv tn untm-
from Kamllo stream I linn, n ri,.,.
mill nnd over, thing on my land, but
REGISTIiRED AT "IIALUIWA."
Tho following guests were icglstered
ut Ilalelwa Hotel, for the week ending
Junuarj 19 (1. Gchmami, Miss Sher
wood, Citj, i: i: Ilurtmnnn, Wnlaluii,
IMw. C Drown CM), Mrs (1 Deacon.
walalua, H J llrlcrlc), Newport. 11
I , S. I. 'Hudson, San I'ranclsco ('
A. Graham, W I' Jotker. City, il P
Sauers and wife, Philadelphia, .Ino.
Ilakcr, Jr., San Priuulsiu, i: I) Ten
ney, K lwnkaml. O. Kamcoka. W (I
II) num. Clt), Joseph lljman San
rrancltio, .1. A. mtlilll. David Day
ton, J. T. Ciaw It). Southaid Hoffmann
Jr., M. A Sllva. Chas I'. Chilling
woith, L. T. Agncw, T II. Joy, W. II,
Goetz, C G. Itoikiis, Clt), C W. Sea
wuid, Klttei), .Mo j Wm Uurd. San
rrnmlsto; Arthur .Methael, llogton;
Mr nnd .Mrs James O libit. Chicago,
111 , A I. Meny, City. Verna Lyman,
Portland, Oi : Jas II. Pedgrtrt. Mrs
A I. Merlthow, Hlchaid Ivers W. Lanz
II M, Whitney Jr City
minus of the liana plantation railway. , ,u :;,a,.T uo ,a,'-'u rrora '"f thu
"ll.it the trouble Is that he has no ""' WL" " "' r,)r not,hl"K " pas-
water to flume ,e cane This coutd & fWSSdTy &"$
be ensll) overcome h building an- ,(.dv wnnl.i unni n. ......?..
r --,. wi IIIUlllll T11T1I1
.Nahlku minima In traits iirntitixi'il tn
Ono who was formerly Identified
promlutntl) with tho Nahlku Sugar
Compan) said to a Ilnlletln reporter.
on tne ciay me executive Council ap
proved Commlsslonei llo)d's form oi
least on Mr llatdwln's application,
that the company's land aud tho lands
of homesteaders who were to havo
been lontrlbulory inno growers for
the plantation were not dependent on
the water privileges sought to be alien
ntcd In this regard, tho Ilnlletln has
a copy of a license Issued by the Gov
ernment on August i', 1S98, to II P.
llaldwln, W r Pogue and A Hock
Ing on behnlf of tho then proposed Na
hlku Sugar Company, giving them the
right for thlrt) years to take water
fiom tho Koolau tract nt the reutal of
JIOO a )ear for tho first ten )ears and
$1000 for tho remaining twenty )cars.
"Tho water from this tract," the II
censo sa)s. "shall bo used for the gen
cial benefit of tho owners and oicu
piers of lands within tho Nahlku tract
ot public lands. Mop No. 20. for Irriga
tion nnd domestic purposes ami for
cane dinning nnd general mill nnd
plantation purposes, nnd no person or
pirsons shall bo deprived or the lion
oi an) water (o which the) would
have been entitled In the absence of
(his Utilise "
having been pointed out as the one
who strutk the llrst blow Later on,
a bluejacket, Uunn by mine, was also
arresttd In connection with the affair.
Tho whole thing was somewhat
mixed up, but it was straightened out
In tho Police Court this forenoon The
evidence against Tlernny was ve.-j
strong nnd ho was sent to Jail for a , ,
month for assaulting Ofllccr Jim Ku-
plhe. Judgo Wiliox remarking that he' DPPPaQPfl Uac Dnnn in
did not distinguish between a union uvlVa YYdb 00171 U
and a non-union man If any of the
former broke tho law they would
catch it 'Me same with the litter
In the case of Gunn. It was provru
that he Instead of Anderton, was the
man who struck Jacobscn first, lloj
was also glvin a month s Imprison- ,,, .
mem nt hard labor and Anderson w. VALYULAR DISEASE OF
The union men have been very na
ive of late and, from tales told by non
union men. they are tr)lug to get tho
milOH n llu.B .. l..I it .1
business for good There wcro ovcr!Unera' t Take Place TommOrrOVT
nrt) non-union nun gnfliered nt Die
lumber )ards on Saturday night nnd
earl) Sunday morning. Tho move
mint of tho non-union men received
a very severe check this forenoon
when Judge Wilcox sentenced two of
their number to Imprisonment at hard
England 59 Years
HEART CAUSED DEATH
Afternoon at 3:30 o'clock In
terment in Family Plot in
franl. Iliown one of Honolulu's
best known business men and a Kama
alnn who ever followed the trend of
ivents In Hawaii uel with the greatest
of interest, unci who Invarlabl) threw
his Influence on the side which ho bo-
iicveci 10 lie lor the best of his adopt
ORPHEUM RECORD BROKEN
Changes of program will be Intro-
ll.ireil ffir Ihr, Ann nrn..nM ..t ... .... .. . . .. ...
... i .. i . , i'"s" i mu vu iiiuiiir), uieu ni nis home on King
oriel b Lntertnlncrs this evening nnd strett. be)ond Pllkol, between 8 3o
tomorrow night, when tho present en- and 9 o'clock this morning. Deceased
gageinent terminates. Saturday night's had hem suffering for a year or so
receipts at the Orpheura wcro thu past from vnlvular dlseaso of thv
largest In .-o history of the house, the heart Thero tould be but one om
wnoic wceK being a banner week, and tome nnd thico weeks ago beeaii thu
Manager Illal has found no reason tn
regret his determination to play at
Thero will undouritedly be standing
loom only tonight nnd tomorrow Judg
ing trom the call ror seats, one litrwlt
of forty being taken for tomorrow
night. In order not to entirely dlsau
point those who buy at tho window the
1 Mm mnl.n 111... n ,im.n.itn.. ... H.1..1
lartlii Vr I . V,,, .Yoi. '?" moment. Manager Cohen has en
parties, )et It Is ponied out by men dtavorecl during the engagement to re
Mr Slaw's nal.M ult 8"!",,l0,,, ,h,at 8("" a te for that ."enmnck
.vir nnnw s tnabllltv to cet water fnr .... i.A ...... i.,,.. ....
othei ll.iino to lonnect with a perma
nent stieam, but tlio government now
proposes to sell a lease of the Nahlku
water rights, nnd Mr Shaw fears that
If ho builds another Hume ho will run
one end of it Into an Interminable law
"While every encouragement should
be offeied to the ptoplo of central .Maul
to conserve tho waste waters of tho
Nahlku district, which will add mil
lions to tho wealth of .Maul, still th
government should protect the Inter
ests of the sutlers to whom It sold
lands in Nahlku district to the extent
of rose n Ing from the Icurc suHUIent
water to enable
flume (heir cune
N Omslrd of
rice lands In (he
limning his cane Illustrates how lllin
b) iiic protection Is actually.
Very unfavorable comment Is also
heard froin landholders wltlifn the
srnen ot luuic-nte or the Nahlku Su
gar Compan) ii'Mpettlng the manlpu
1 here lt nrn mh v o u.n. .......
of 341. to 350" miiiion galimu-'e'ry IhV , rel, ti,; !J
tweiitv four hours in tin. Nnhlku lnn.i. . t .1,., .....,."i' ,.".1" ll,u" ""
of w 1.1th the Government proposes to .ws" hi ' rte ,lmn' "uVrt T "the
sell the lease know that a test was scheme of ,lM?e- & S Co to obtain
made by the II. C. jc r.n nnnnin ,nii ,.,. ..h. ...... IO ou,a,n
iw, u. mi- .-iiiire iunikif un n.
which siiowca a head of fnrtv miiiim, olm.. n r ,i , "
gallons a day lu the Hanawl stream blamo for suspension cast TydliTerent
Another n,n in.,..., ...k . '"'"?.m.cJ1 ' ". mmpany upon the
inclependeni owner orsugarcano land sTockholders: s"ays Smn" nHM'bSa,,le
!'""J. ?"? "$ -JSK SIT f,o;,,lue",cu,r,, ft" "si:
... im.c- inn CHI main on thn r,nnpt,..l ..,.. . .. .: . " "
...T..M ..I .. n. . - . -l'"--'
pnn) will pass thrniich here In the full
of the )enr and the hearly recognition
given Hit present combination will do
much tnwuid bringing other Hrst-elass
attractions to Honolulu from time to
I .. .-. -'Wtia I lllllliaill I'll! I 111 IIIM II ll.lnln.,.1 I. 1
Nahlku planters to ",(;r 0 Mr. naldvvln to r.irnlsh Hono ond m. in, Vi T. ,"AS .".V"l "
to the mill." 'ater(otl.o Pioneer Mill Company (list crop tho rom.it rl,i,
Hna Is the owner of1 al , . 0 ear for every been honV'l I i'7i for n t lass
NalUkuse-tlou.havlng'Jhfa " a? Z e'n 5" Z !!!.' I!'.!"-" mMlXtliX
O00000000000606rtr; "Tl ""-m. .,ny "08t ' the Islands."
" -- -V -s" "S- - v-' v .: St - V -V J rf A A. . .
fflfflffiEUB IN A BENEFIT FKiHI If I Nil
DEMURRER OF TREASURER
WRIGHT IS OVER-RULED
The Defendant Given Till Thursday
to Auswer and the Case Set
for Hearing on
The following notice was tatked on
the inner side of the main door or St
Andiew's Cathidral SiiihIh) morning
CATHHDIIAL CHIIICH OP, SI.
Know alt men b) these piesents that
b) (he autliurlt) or the Dlcxesatt S)ii
ud (Ills Ciithollc Cliurih Is now gov
erned b) the statute h nppiovcd V) Its
last session, under which the nri-inls
slou granted by Hie lllshop In 188.-,,
Inst Illness, whlth ended In his death
Kraal. Ilrown was 53 )ears or age
a wi.k ago Sunda). He was born in
Slough Iluckluhamshln. England, a
Plaie about twenty miles out Trom
London Ills father was Thomas
Ilrown niiw ilc teased, who iamo to
tin- Islands lift) six )ears ago and who
was for a long time Itegistrnr of Cou
U)iinn wheti Hawaii was a king
dom ills mother was Mar) Ann
Ilrown who died last )ear In this tlty
nnd who. with her husband, came to
tin Islands when Prank Ilrown was
but a tlilbl or tluee )ears
Dticased was aitlvcly engagid In
business in Honolulu from thu tlmn
no whs a ver) )oung man. and his lu
ilustrloiiH habits so iluug lo him that,
though ailing riom time lu time dur
lug the past )i-ar. he continued to re
n.alii at his isist until he was no longer
able to ge-t about In 1SSI. deceased
wmt liitu (hi Legislature as a mem
ber from one of the K'nolmia ,.n ihi.
lslaml ami In company, with his two
Mothers, (lodfrey and Ceiil He re
limine d lu the- House of llnni-nemim.
tlves Tin two or tlirie termn.
Frank Ilrown married Miss Lena
Wiinil'-nherB on December 7. 187G, so
(hut the couple passed tflelr sliver
wedding mi tin, same date or the )enr
that has Just passed.
Di-eeiiHc-d li'itve's three biothers and
I. slstei to moiiin his loss (tiiilfrnv.
wunoiil tin. niithoril) of (he S)im.l.ir, ," ,, , i . . .. V, " ' "" 'MrH'
to til lain Persons to be i. illstln, . , i A1 x Mll''losh. lle-sfdes these thero
mi rights co ordluute with (hoic of (ho now in 1 1... riiv
The Ulks have been forced to aban
don the production of the opera ot
"Mikado" on aciouut of the unexpect
ed departmc of Mi llnrvo), the man
who was to take the Important part of
This was n gnat disappointment to
the bo)s who were pushing the bene
fit entertainment, but the) got their
heads together and finally Miciecded
In making arrangements for u big
vaudeville show nt tho opera house to
morrow (Tuesdn)) afternoon, begin
ning at 2 o'clock.
The Gist artists of tho vaudeville
company at the Orphcuni and the Ho
Just as tho 12 o'clock whistles blew
today, ono of tho Walaluo daily wag
otis hauled b) a team nf mules aud
dilvtn by a Chinaman, wus sieu to
dash along King street and past Ueth
el, barely escaping collision with a
trnmcar Tho driver was holding on
tightly to the itlns but, when In front
of Castle & Cookos otllios, ho wus
seen to lose his seat and, pltthlng lor
ward, wub thrown Into tho strett on
Tho poor fellow wns totally union-
BtloUS When nicked lin Iiv smnrnl hv.
standers and carried to tho sidewalk.
uuwevcr, ne recovered in a few niln-
uies auu was rcmovocl to the pollca
btation There was a cut on tho back
or tho head and several bruises on tho
race, but there was no strlous Injury
aud the Chinaman was soon able to
pioceed on his way.
The mules gallopid out King strout
and at Smith collided with a (olophono
pole. People rushed In and tho mules
were seemed and taken to tho pollco
Tho Ljlo bo)s" new boat Is almost
read) for launching and within a clay
or two will have her tilal spin. It has
bteu deilded to call her .Malahlnl and
she Is expected to do all sorts of tilings
to the other boats now here. She vd
built with a view to beating Johnson's
Wlklwlkl, and the Princess, and will
take part lu tho races next week
Ten-cent bier received a setback In
tho United Slates District Court Ihlj
morning Tho demurrer was over-,111"1 minstrel troupe will bo present,
ruled In the case of Macfarlano and auii "'cro " bo two surprl8 Hiat
others against W II Wright, Treasur- hlno ,10t ct been given In Honolulu
er of Hawaii, defendant L'Uen till '"ii former organization.
Thursday to answer and the cuso set' Tuc Program will lntludo tho fol
for healing ut 10 o'tlcxk Kilday. 'owns Klatt and Harvey, In a black
On tho former hearing a demurri r "co ssctcn, sum Adcle, assisted by
was sustained and plalntlif allowed to JIul!'?r Harry the only woman shad
amend the tomplalnt The amendment oKruhlst lu the lountr); the St.
was the subject or the demurrer that 0uK" u"Otbers, comedy bicyclists; Vr
failed on (his ocuislon uel,t 'oK'", the unbleached American,
The plaintiffs represent the old line ''! a monologue and songs; Prof. Pow-
saloon Interests of Honolulu, which cl1 n'' Hlt1' ' company, will pul
pa) Individually a license of $1000 n o" a K1 ', better than an) thing lis
eur for retailing liquor of all kinds. has ''0"0 i,lro o sort of modern
Viider n Territorial law (he Treasurer D1stl''y "' l'latt will appear In a
Issues licenses at JIOO a )oar for re- ke'ch wltl1 llse Sutherland, tho title
tailing sold) tho pioduct of the Hono- bclr'K """PI')' as Illrds In May."
lulu brewer). .Mail) Inewery saloons ,n "I,lltlot tliri will be the Perrarl
have been stnr(eil with suih licenses, J1'10- It ha new lot of fine dances; BIN
and b) tho present suit the regular ' Mc('lal ami Mine Cordelia. In spe-
trade sets up the ilaim of vested right cl""l,H Clarence J Harvey will ap-
against them. I P(a" us Wear) Willie, lime Nlllson,
int. ihaineleon dancer, will try to cap
ture tho agoulzlug butterfly Tho nrn.
gram will close with a eomoely song by
Hope lladdiu entitled "Mar) Jano's
The band will phi) for an hour be
fore the performance In front of the
As will he seen this Is ono of (he
The Important meeting or (ho Lusl
lima Sotlet), nt whlth now ollkers to
fill the plates of those who reslcnnd
a short time ago. will be held tomor-
low evening in tho hull Tho meeting
has been very well advertised and
UNION SAILORS ATTACKED
"SCAB" FROM FLORENCE
Police Turn Out and Officer Kupihea
Has a Hard Time Two
Men Six Month
There was plcntj of trouble outside
the lumber )ard near tne depot, be
tween l and 1 otloik Sunda) morn
ing and the mutter was aired In the
Police Court this forenoon The trou
bit was between sailors, and from (he
evidence given in (he Police Couit to
da). It would seem that (he union
men went lo the plaie deslguated for
the express purpose of holding up non
union men as the) passed along.
ino trouble was reported to the
police stutlon b) a white mun and Jim
viipino and .Ncllsiu started out to
investigate. When they arrived on the
none, the) ww two gioups of men.
Tho first were not having any troubi.)
mil iseusen stopped (o Invcsilgate.
Kupllio went on the second group,
whire a light was lu progress betweeu
two sailors, whom he dl dnot recog
nize Ho Jumped lu and tried to sep
arate the men. whereupon ho was set
upon li) u number of the sullors, in
eluding tho lighters themselves
The olllcer was thrown to tho
gioiind, hut he was on his feet again
lu a Jiff). 'Hit sailors saw tho badge
he was wealing and Immediately ran
awii) Kuplhe taught the smnllcst of
the fighters and made u grab for
I'olemun Tlerne.v the other ili-Tirei
ue-Jii can be an) lungei ullowed or The funeral will bo from the late
granted lesldenee on King stieet nt 3 .10
Given under m hand and beal this ',0k tomorrow (Tuesdn)) nfter-
17th duv or lanuarv. In tl... i,-..r .,r ,,r ln,n ' '. Alex Mackintosh e.lll
Lot d IJgj
Itlshon or Honolulu
Mr Miekiutosh, not having received' II
uiiui.il notiniatlon rrom the lllshop,
the services or tin Second Congre
gation went on as usual. How i ver.
the lllshop means (hat the Second Con
gregation must not go cm ror he has
changed the hour nf his service so
thai n part of It will take phce dur
ing the lime former!) allotted to the
tin Itev. Alex
elating Interment will tnke place lu
Hie family lot lu Nuuanu cemeterv
The pnll-bearers are as follows- II.
.M von Holt, r W Wiindenbenr J.
Super O St John Gilbert. Geo.
Smithies and C M V Porstcr
Mrs Hmltheis I enn't get Willie to
carry In the ion! or do au)thlng uny
inure. I wonder when ho Is?
Mr Smitheis He's over to Jlmson'a
helping their boy carr) in their toal.
S. S. SIERRA, JAN. 21
Next Kxpress Steamer lo tho Coast
Ship Your Packages by
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
Ollleo with Am
service, Masonic 0
OLD COIN POR NEW.
Tin thousand dollars of Hawaiian
money will be sent away In the Chln-
todny (o bo rcmelled nnd mado lut
good coin of tho realm.
The condition of Dr. Walters thli
afternoon Is reported from his rcsl.
dencei as about the same Ho Is no
Send the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only 1 a year.
Weekly edition of the Dulletln $1 a
TELEPHONE MAIN 199.
PACIFIC CI.L'H. HONOLULU.
The annual meeting of the Pacific
erlcan Messenger Club will lin held Kcbruary 3U. 1902. at
ulldlng. the Club House, at 7 30 p. m.
The power that prepaid! the high
wa)s of lire seems to have arranged
tliut the flngei posts along the primrose
paths shall rarely point to the Promls
ed Land Captain Illultt.
there) Is no doubt whatever (hat there vei) best programs ever given lu Ho.l w,lc" ll"' l',t,t'1 l'i-'cJ "l stones and
will lie plent) nt Inehlent to make tho nolulu All the i:iks have tickets In tl,,e ,l"'ni " '" At this, he let gu
rat'erSfmoTiUore'?!,3 tl-lr ,KKk..- J'l ta -lad T .' ,!a -f --ted .ifttr
will turnout In lull r","' ' c . I1,H' ""J" w"'' '"-"'. Tho ujual 1,lr"',' ",,all redutlnn the latter to
IIYADBS AND HAWAIIAN.
......- oi i aim ,-iii eents will hi rol-
Ilret Hlirte. wbemn lll..m. ..,..,..
ino wit iretght seanins Hawaiian la8 ,,... Il0c-n gr, or than It now Is
and ll)a.les are doing good work In U nbout to repent ono of his earnest
getting rid or their cargoes In lino successes by publishing soon another
shape. Tho latter will git nway on Installment of 'Condensed Novels" In
Wednesday for Kahulul, where sho hlcli he will parodv In Inimitable
will complete her cargo of sugar, and ?' V?'10 JaU,n novelists of tho last
It Is expeited the Hawaiian, will be ,.r"r-,CnrB, ,"'," ,B.t("7 r""H ,ha' ' '
read) to sail on Saturday fnr Lahalna S tn, I C hlVl"10 C.r"1,"' lc6t 8h"
and Ull. to load for the L'ant. E'min or waM." ' &
v reasonable gtute of mlud
Latei on .liuoliiin, a non-union sail
or ver) badl) hurt about Ulo fate,
called at the pollco elation and laid
lu a complaint. While he and a num
ber of friinds were on tliuli wn) (o
I wild, tlicy who asked to give the
mine ot tho ship upon which they
were emplojed When the name
Florence was given, he was set upon
b) n numlipi or men Tho police
went along with the man and Ander
son, a union sailur, wus arrested, he
This name on a pnir ot hIioch
mciinti a perfect flttlnjv, sty
llf.li hIioc, iihhIc of the best
iiiiitcrlnlH nnd of the best
work inn iikIiI.
The price Ih hlfth f()r n poor hIioc, but low for n ftooi!
one. 'I lie IJnnnlHtcr Is, a (Jooil mIiiic. Itutton or lace In
ftrent inrtcty of leutlicrH from 0.00 to UH.OO.
Manufacturers Shoe Store
IOS7 IOHT ST.