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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2 1902
Prick 5 Cents.
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Brings District Attorney
Breckons and His
HAD TO PUT BACK ON
ACCOUNT OF WEATHER
Major Robinson, Formerly Depot
Quartermaster Here, Bound for
Philippines List of
The United States army transport
Warren arrived off port tins morning
..,1 nna mnnreil nt N'aVttl wharf No
2 at about 8 a', m. Tho transport left
San Francisco at noon Sunday, i cu
-,,.,.. is I, nt n nnn nn she was out
i,i ti,n nnlilen Gate tlio weather was
found to be very rough anil she was
forced to go back Into tlio uay, wncro
.tin rntnnlnoi! nirr nlcht. Monday
morning the transport put out to sea
again nnd started on her Journey to
this port. During almost tho whole
trip rough weather with ery heavy
seas was "experienced.
The Warren carries as passengers
for this port Judgo Drcckons. United
States District Attorney, with his wlfo
nnd child. With him Is his stenogra
pher. Miss Sackctt. Among the passen
gers for Manila Is Major W. W. Ilob
in.nn fr..-tTnrl v nenot Quartermaster
lure In Honolulu, who Is going for
duty In tho Philippines, no is ac
companied by Mrs. Robinson nnd three
InrLa nf tlm tlennrtmont.
The military contingent on board
consists of tho following: unpi. a, i.
Smiley, Capt. William Drooke, Capt
Willis Ullne, Tlrst Lieut. II. H, Wat
Una rMiimlnln .Tnsenh Clemens. Sec
end Lieut J. F. Claphnm, Second
t.imit n. a. Welser. Second Lieut. G
Morgan. Second Lieut. A. E. Doyce,
n.int. S. W. Dunn nc. IGth U. 8. 1.
Capt. 55. H. Vance, 11th U. S. I.j Sec
ond Lieut. C. It. Jones, 1st Cnvalary;
Snmmi i.lont. n. C. Shaw. 13th Infan
try; Second Lieut. S. D. Gassor, 21st
Infantry, Second Lieut. J. M. Craig,
12th U, S. I.j Thomas Howlctt, Con
tract Surgeon, U. S. A.; Joseph C. Gnr
llngham, Contract Surgeon, U. S. A.;
Joseph Smith, Sergeant Signal Corps;
Edwin D. Smith. 40S men of tho Sec
ond Ilattallon 15th, U. S. I., and 378
lccrults and casuals.
Tin. rnhln nasseneerit are as follows
Capt. S. B. Arnold, 1st Cavalry, wife
and mother; Major W. W Komnson
ulfn ami thrptt rlprlts O. M. IT. S. A.:
Mrs. Caldwell, wife of clerk to Major
Robinson; Mrs. F JI. Jones and 3 cnii
dren; Sirs. Geo. C. Shaw, Mrs. James
M. Klmbaugh. Dr. W, W. Makee, Sur
geon Geodetic Survey; J. II Dlggar,
M. J. Gomo , Naval Iloat Builder;
Miss Settle A. Dodge, teacher; Mrs.
William H. Moore, F C. Kearns, Lieut.
D. T. Moore, Army Corps, Mrs. Gad T.
Moore. Mrs Lcnore Stelnwcnder, Mrs.
Joteph Clemens, Mrs. H. W. Evans,
child and Filipino sonant, Miss Cald
well, Noble Carter, teacher.
Tho Warren will tako between 700
and 800 tons of coal while she la nt this
port. It is expected on board that she
will be ablo to start for Manila to
rorrow evening but If she has to tako
this great amount of coal she will
hardly be able to sail at that time.
Plague Ravaging the Punjab.
London, Feb. 15. A dispatch to tho
Exchange Telegraphy Company from
Lahore says that under tho new ro
glmo of non-intervention the plaguo Is
ravaging the I'unjab nnd 1000 deal its
are occurring dally.
The athletes of tho Honolulu Ath
letic Club will meet In headquarters to
night for tho purpose of beginning
training work for the big meet of the
Do) s' Brigade,
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Yon want a good
After some thinking
wo decided that what
Is needed in Honolulu
In a strictly up to now
and wo havo gone
ahead with tho Idea,
fitting up tho handsomest placo
In this city.
Wo present to tho pub
lic the facilities, ability
and exporlenco neces
sary to do tho hlghCBt
grado of -work
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union 8ts. Entrance on Union.
Tho next regular meeting of tho
Young Men's Research Club will be
held On Friday evening nt 7:30 o'clock
In tho Bingham Hall at Onlm College.
The subject will bo "Practical Liquor
Legislation for Honolulu." Messrs. D.
H. Case, C. L. Rhodes, L. D. Tlmmons,
Ed Tow so, C. P. Chllllngworth nnd
others will speak, Tho following pro
gram has been arranged :
Prohibition In Kansas Cities.
Dan'l, II. Case.
Wide Open Saloons The Logical Al
C. L. Rhodes.
Dispensary System as In North Caro
lina. L. D. Tlmmons.
From tho Enforcement Standpoint.
Clins. F. Chllllngwortb.
FLING AT (iRAND JURY
IN THE POLICE COURT
In Connection With Report On Case of
J W. Hall, Charged With
For tho first tlmo In sccral days
Attorney Do Bolt, who hns tho cnao of
J. W. Hall In his hands, appeared In
tho Police Court this forenoon on be
half of his client. It was expected
that this appearance of tho attorney
meant that something would drop, nnd
those who believed this were not dis
appointed Mr. Do Holt had been
waiting for the Grand Jury to rcrort
on tho case of his client, and there
Core his nppcaranco In tho Police
Court from day to day was not neccs
sary. However, ho felt that ho had
waited long enough nnd so appeared
to mako a motion for tho dlschargo of
tho prisoner. Mr. Do Holt said.
"The defendant was arrested eight
days ago and ho has been In custody
over since. Wo did not wish to do
anything rnsh and therefore desisted
from Instituting habeas corpus pro
ceedings. We concluded to give tho
Grand Jury all tho time that, In Jus
tice, It was entitled to. Tho Grand
Jury has had ample tlmo to report
nnd wo havo given the prosecution
plenty of tlmo to net. Wo wore given
to understand that tho matter would
bo placed in tho hands of tho Grand
Jury immediately. To my mind, thoro
Is something very peculiar about a
Grand Jury that cannot reach a deci
sion In n matter of this kind Inside of
seven or eight dajs. I believe wo nro
entitled to a discharge for want of
prosecution and L would so moc. This
defendant has all his Interests here
nnd I believe that he could bo found
nt any tlmo thn prosecution might
want him. Ho could bo nrrcsted ngnln
in enso tho Grand Jury should find a
enso against him
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth stated
In plain terms that tho delay was not
tho fault of tho prosecution. Almost
simultaneously with tho arrest of tho
defendant, tho casu had been submit
ted to tho Grand Jury. That body had
been working very diligently on tho
enso and all of tho many witnesses had
been examined. "I am not responsible
for tho action of tho Grand Jury,
said Mr. Chllllngworth.
Judgo Wilcox: It Is a hard case.
I doubt my authority to dlschargo the
defendant, for ho Is In tlio custody of
tho Grand Jury. I was assured that
tho report of tho Grand Jury on the
caso was to havo been handed In )cs
tcrday forenoon at 10 o'clock. Thoro
was no report at that time, and later
on I met the foreman of tho Jury on
the postofllco stops. I asked him when
tho report would bo In nnd ho answer
ed that It would surely bo ready be
tween 2 and 3 o clock In the after
noon. I havo heard of no report sinco
that tlmo. I am very sorry but I will
have to overrule tho motion.
Mr, Do Bolt answered that ho was
ready for trial Immediately. Doputy
Sheriff Chllllngworth replied that ho
would tako up tho caso as soon as ho
could reach It.
Judge Wilcox- "Tho Grand Jury Is
reprehensible. It Irvpks very much as
If they were waiting around for some
thing to turn up. It looks as If they
wero going around with a lino tooth
comb hunting up ovldenco. Of course,
habeas corpus proceedings could he
Mr. Do Bolt: "That is Just what
wo had In mind somo days ago, but wn
did not want to do nn) thing rasli. I
now glvo notice that In caso tho Grand
Jury does not report between now and
tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock, I
will rcnow my motion to dlschargo tho
prisoner at that tlmo."
Judge Wilcox: "Sufficient unto tho
day Is tho evil tlioreof."
Purser I.vons of tho Iwalanl reports
tho schooner Twilight nt Mnkawell dis
charging ltimbor The schooner Allco
Kimball was at Walmca, discharging
freight yestordny. Fair weather with
fiequcnt showers on Kauai when tho
Iwalanl left Smooth trip crossing tho
chann(.l, with northeasterly trades,
S,S, ALAMEDA, FEBRUARY 26
NEXT EXPRESS STEAMErt TO
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American Mrs-
I MM 10 MI
III!! U 111
President Discusses the
ROOSEVELT HAS NOTHING
OF COMPROMISE TO OFFER
Bill for Reduction of War Re
venue3 to Be Taken Up Cuba
Must be Helped in Some
Way is Official View.
New York, Fob. 1G. A special to
the Sun from Washington sas: Presl
dent Roosevelt's recommendations for
tariff concessions to Cuba, submitted
In his annual message to Congress
will be nctcd upon during the coming
week. An soon ns tho bill abolishing
tho lnternnl revenue war taxes shall
havo passed tho House, Tuesday aft
ernoon, In accordance with a special
rule that will bo adopted tomorrow for
consideration of tho bill, tho Republi
can members of tho Ways and Means
Committee will hold a confcrcnco and
ngrco upon a program for framing and
passing the Cuban tariff reduction bill.
This progiam was n'grced to nfn White
House (onferenco this morning be
tween the President, who called It,
and Speaker Henderson, Represcntn
lives Giosvcnor and Cannon, nnd Sen
atnrs Piatt of Connecticut, Spooner,
Aldrlch and Allison. President Itooso
velt told the Senators nnd Reprcsenta
lives dining tho talk, which lasted fur
an hour nnd a half. Just how Impor
tant he thinks It Is that tho United
Stntes shnll keep Its written nnd un
written pledges to Cuba, and snld in
lnngungo so plain that It could not be
misunderstood that ho hnd not weak
ened In the slightest degree since
scnuing his message to Congress In
December Someone hnd reported him,
ho said, as being willing to compro
mtsc, but thero wns nothing for him
to compromise in view of the fact that
nil ho wnnts Is legislation that will
relieve Cuba's crying distress and
make good to her tho implied prom
ises of tho United States.
Beforo this had been accomplished
the legislative situation In tlio Houso
wns considered nnd tho President wns
especially anxious for Information ns
to tho program far tho passago on
Tuesday of tho bill abolishing the war
jevenuo taxes. The Speaker nnd Rep
resentntlve Grosvcnor explained to
hi in tho rule that would bo adopted on
Monday setting asldo that day and the
next for debnto on tho bill and pro
tiding for a oto nt 4 o'clock Tuesday
Tho President was told that tho re
port of Representative Tnwnoy, the
Republican whip of tho House, shows
that there would be a majority of at
least twenty five for tho adoption of
tho rule, although it Is feared that a
fow Republicans undor tho lead of
Representative Babcock may refuse to
vote for tho rule, being disgruntled at
tho recent action of tho Ways and
Means Commltteo In refusing to ac,
ccpt tho Babcock tariff reduction bill
as nn amendment, or to nccept any
suggobtlonu as to general tariff
Another Importnnt matter decided
is that tho Senate will accept the bill
abolishing tho war taxes as It passes
tho House, with only such unimpor
tant amendments as may bo found de
sirable when tho bill Is urdcr consid
eration by the Finance Committee. Tho
House plan to wipe out nil tho war
taxes will bo ngrecd to, nnd tho at
tempt nt tariff changes or tariff debate
will thus bo checkmated. It was tlio
unnnlmous opinion that thero Is every
reason why thero should ho no tariff
legislation at this session, and thero
will bo none.
As to tho precise form of tho bill re
duclng the tariff on Imports of Cuban
products Into tho United Stntes, thero
Is still much uncertainty. Homo Re
publican members of tho Ways and
Minus Commltteo nro adverse to sup
porting nny bill of this kind. At least
two ol tho gentlemen who wero nt tho
White Houso conference represent so
called beet-sugar States, and they
! say that to lower tho duty on Cuban
sugar would bo to ruin tho beet sugar
Industry of their constituents.
In vlow, however, of tho oarnostncBs
of the President's recommendations
that tho appeals of Cuba bo heeded,
and neceptlng tho advice of their par
ty colleageus In tho Bennte and Houso,
these men agreo to stand by tho pro
gram of enacting a bill for Cuba's ro
Jlef. Tho wprk will bo taken 'up as
soon ns tho war tax bill Is disposed of
MADAMU ISIHIIOP WILL SING
Madame Genevra Johnstone-Blshop
has so far recovered from her recent
accident that she Is ablo to be about
quite u good deal and there seems to
be no doubt whatever that she will
shortly be ablo to delight the music
lovcis of the city wlUi a conceit In tho
Opera House, Sho has a most excel
lent number of selections which she
will Incorporate In her program should
she decide to give a concert.
It Is seldom that Honolulu Is given
tho chance of hearing such a noted
singer ns Madamo Bishop and her ap
pearance beforo tho public Is looked
forvvnrd to with a great deal of pleas
ure b) Honolulu people.
Another visitation of smallpox
Bccifis to be making things lively for
the people of Iowa The following par
ticulars are taken from a private letter
Just received from a young man resid
ing In Des Moines.
"We nro having n worso scare of
smallpox In Iowa now than we had
two years ago. Surrounding State?
are talking of quarantining Iowa. Sev
eral cities, Including Des Moines, havo
ordered vaccination, and are enforcing
the order. In our town the vaccina
tion doctors and officers cornered the
Board of Trado and vaccinated every
person In tho room. Including specta
tors. The pest houses have many oc
cupants nnd ninny houses aro dis
playing yellow cards. Tho superin
tendent of schools has publicly said,
'We arc nil bound to have the disease,
and tho children had better have It
now' In other words, lift the qunran
tine. The deaths aro few from the dls
ease, only thrco here this year two
voting babies whoso mothers had It,
and ono man who wns about ready tn
die from, other causes.
"My wife and I have been living In
an apartment house. The lady next
door took the disease and the whole
building was quarantined for thirty
days I got news that the place would
bo quarantined before tho police had
tlmo to get there. I rushed horan tn
get my wife out of the building, but
she wns not there and tho door wan
locked, nnd I could not get out nny
clothing Going hack dodwn town 1
met her on the street and took her to
a boarding house We had to buy
changes of clothing to Inst till wn
could get Into our own home."
WENT TO HANAMAULU
TO SEEK FOR SHELTER
Skipper Reports Strange Vagaries of
Weather -River Blocked With
Sand Forced to Return
The gasoline schooner Mnlolo nrrlv
cd in port this morning after having
encountered cxcccdlngl) severe weath
er nt the Garden Island, tho cnptnln
stating that It was worse than he has
seen in these waters for ears He le
ports that the weather at Kauai was
very curious, strong northwesterly
winds with heavy swells being met on
the windward side of the Island whlln
the Hthooner on running over to the
leeward side, encountered a strong
head wind from the south.
On Frlda, while the Malolo was dis
charging her cargo nt Hunnlcl, tho
weather grew to fierce that the vessel
had to run out of the bay and go to
Hannmnulii for shelter. She nrrlv cd at
thnt place Satunlnj morning and re
mained thero until Monda) morning
when the weather had abated some
what nnd the schooner went back to
Hanalel to dlschargo her cargo and be
gnn taking a load of rice.
On Tuesday morning the weather
was verj bad The river wns being
blocked with sand nnd the waves be
gan to break over tho bur. Under
tin so circumstances It was thought
wise by the captain to get out In time
and he Immediately set sail for Hono
lulu, although the vessel had only
about half a load of rice In her hold.
On tho wny back over the channel a
heavy swell, mist nnd rain were en
countered There was but little wind
Pursuant to notice S, Mnhnulu, chief
clerk of tho Public Lands nlllcc, held a
sale of leases at the front tntranco of
thn Judlclar) building nt noon.
Thero wero in attendance James II
Uod, Superintendent of Public Works,
Senator II. P. Baldwin, W O. Smith,
Lorrln A Thurston, Jos. P, Cooke and
former Land Commissioner J F.
l! row n.
Tho first leasehold put up was that
of 1G0 ncres of land at Kuapoko, dis
trict of Hllo, for five years at an upset
rental of (520 a jear It was knocked
down to tho applicants, tho Onome.i
Sugar Company, nt tho upset price.
Lot No. 1, district of Koolau, Maul,
(ontalnlng 12,500 acres, was next of
fered for twenty-one years at an upset
rental of 11 000 a year Mr. Baldwin,
tho applicant, advanced $100 on his
offer so ns to make an unmlstakcablc
bid nt tho sale, and the Icaso fell to
him for 11109.
Lot No 2, In tho snmo district, con
taining C500 acios, was put up for
tvventy-ono voars nt tho applicant's or
fer of i 1000 n )car. The disparity of
stated values, proportionately to area
Is dun to ths fnct that the smaller lot
has much tho greater water resources,
for which sololy tho leases were desir
ed Mr Baldwin, after constitution
with his friends, this tlmo was satis
fied to bid tho upset prlco and It
brought him tho lease.
Mr. and Mrs John Ena will vorv
probably leavo for Hanamaiilu, Kittinl,
this afternoon. Mr Enu wishes tc In
spect the new loading facilities there.
Tho return will bo mado Friday nltir
noon, arriving hero Saturday irornlng
Everything in Good
OFFICERS FOR ENSUINQ
YEAR WERE CHOSEN TO-DAY
Two Princes As Honorary Presidents
Princess Kawananakoa President
Mrs. Samuel Parker
The legular monthly meeting of the
Hooulu and Hoola I .aim I Society wjs
held this forenoon at tho Knplolnnl
Maternity Home on Bcretnnla street.
The following oMcora were chosen to
serve during the ensuing car: Hon
orary presidents, Prlnco David Kavva
nnnnltoa and Prlnco Jonah Knlanlana
olc, president, Princess Knwanann
lion, first vice president, Mrs, Samuel
Parker; Bccond vice president, Prin
cess Kalnnlanaolc, and secretary, Mrs.
Manuel Rcls. At the samo meeting tho
following board of directors and trus
tees of the Kaplolanl Maternity Home
Board of Directors Jlrs. Samuel
Parker, Mrs K. S, Cunha, Mrs John
M. Dovvsctt, Mrs Walter Glffard, Miss
Lucy P. Peabody. Miss Agnes Mcln-
tyre, Mrs. Plerin Jones, Mrs J. F,
Bowler and Mrs. Carl Hollow nj Miss
Agnes Mclntvre Is the chairman of
the board. Mrs Pierre Jones the trcuS'
urer and Mrs J F. Bowler the secre
tary. Board of Trustees Prince and 1'rliv
cess Knlanlnnnole, Mrs JolinM Dow
sett. Miss Lhcj Pea bod), Jlrs. F. W
Marfnrlnne, Mrs. Alex, Mackintosh
and Mrs. E. S. Cunha. Tho last nam
id lady Is the chairman of the board
'I he following report of the treas
urer of the Kaplolanl Maternity Homo
was rend at tho meeting:
1o the President, Olhcers and Mem
bers of the Hooulu and Hoola Lahut
Your Highnesses and Ladies:
I would herewith present my annual
report ns treasurer.
Our financial standing .'or the year
ending January 31, 100.', Is ns follow s-
Balance on hand, Feb 1, 1001 IIC315J
Amount of receipts for the jour I7.17.5C
The $100 a month from the estate of
the lato Queen Dowager Kaplolanl has
reached tho sum of $3200. This mon
ey Is In the hands of n special com
mittee for Investment, this committee
being also commissioned to Invest all
monies nccrulng from other sources
The expenditures for tho past )car
have amounted to $5002.75, This
amount may seem large, but It must
be borne In mind that new sidewalks
have been built and curbed, fences re
paired nnd architects' fees for plans
for the proposed addition to tho Home,
paid. This addition was Intended to
be used ns a surgical department for
women, nnd tho project had tho hearty
endorsement of nil our leading physi
cians. Last March n limit was given
to raise funds for this object nnd sev
eral generous donations were received,
hut the total amount realized was not
siilllclcnt to warrant tho beginning of
this work Wo nro still hoping that
money will bo forthcoming to ennblo
us to begin this work during the com
Tho number of births In the Home
during the past )ear was 51.
I tnko great pleasure In reporting the
excellent condition of the Home.
Ever) thing Is nlvva)s in first class or
der nnd thorough neatness prevails
throughout the premises,
I must also allude to tho marriage of
our president. Princess David Kawa
nanakoa and think thnt I am only
voicing the sentiments of all In wish
ing himself nnd his brldo alt Joy and
Wo must most glad to welcome home
tho Prlncq and Princess Knlanlnnnole
after their foreign tour of nearly two
I cannot close my report without al
luding to the devoted and painstaking
attendance of our plijslclan, Dr. Hod
gins, to whom, aided by tho matron, Is
duo tho excellent condition of tho
Treasurer Kaplolanl Maternity Home
PASTER THAN A WALK.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon
Tom Knaloleo n native driver for a
lotal draymen's firm, wns fined $2 and
costs on the charge of driving his dray
hoises faster than a walk Comment
ing on tho caso, Judgo Wilcox said
"Your employers stato that they havo
told you many times not to drlvo )Our
hnrscH faster than n walk T know
tall about that. Thnv tell vou not to
drive faster than a walk nnd then they
curse you and ask oti what has made
you so long In ranking vour trips. I
havo had experience with this kind of
Senator II P Baldwin was asked
today by n Bulletin reporter If ho
had anything to say about tho use of
nil name ns n possible cnndldnto for
tho Governorship In tho event of n.
His nnsner was tint he could not
think of such a candidacy for n mo
ment. With a laugh ho Bnld he had to go
to work ngnln In his old age. 3lnce
nBSiimlng tho superintendence of tho
Hnwallan Commercial nnd Sugar Com
pany's plantation, hnvlng besides thn
oversight of several other estates, his
tlmo would bo very closely occupied.
High price, and scarcity of labor
made a condition of thlngi which de
mnnded his best nttentlon to the scv
oral properties In which he was Inter
& McTighe, successors to en-
o., liquor dealers, 93 King st.
rcara & Co,
BY ATTORNEY DUNNE
New Trial of Honolulu Plantation
Company Set for Monday Sub-
i n i i it .
jed 01 Portugal Natur- ,
Tho condemnation suit of tho UnlteJ
States against the John II Estate. Lim
ited, lias been settled out of court.
This fnct was announced In tho Fed
eral Court this morning by Acting
District Attorney J. J Dunne. All
of tho Jurors not excused yesterday
nnswered tl.Ur names and were excus
v ,hV0 ,",'lny nlor"'n,r , .,
con-deJS Cm aS ' ? le . o c?
lulu Plantation Compa,,) w. he ca.
In the II Estnto matter, after long
endenvors on tho part of the Federal
Attorney, n compromise on the prlco
to bo paid was reached. Tho subject
of the suit Is the feo slmplo of n strip
of land, tho leasehold of which was
surrendered by tho Oahu Sugar Com
pan for the nomlnnl consideration of
,n..... . ... . . ' 7 " ,uo l"", Manuel dn Quadros s W F. Freat
i.o Hon o?-Clen !,Vh,t l,V,,nalnJ al. suit for abatement of nuisance.
SSSTlW SSf t ?Z S 1 tried by the following Jury
should bo left nlono There Is nn 1,pfore ',",,Re n1)lnson- w- J Or.1
aren of twenty four acres In tho part nay- R '" Vrtch cha" - Spencer.
conve)cd, taking n width of ono bun- n ')lak"- ':- K- Knal D- Hakuolc, Fred
dred feet alone the southeastern Goudlc W F Sibln, Jas, Merseberg.
ahoro of Fold's Island Tho lease of
tne Island hns seventeen )ears to rut).
iu rainy me compromise n rcsolu-
linn will ho passed by tho Estnln
Bnareholders nfter which a deed to bo
drawn by Mr Dunne will bo delivered
to tne uiiltul states, tho wholo trans,
action being subject to nppioval at
The prlco has not bwn divulged ns
)ot. but probabl) Is between $3000 and
Judge Esteo mnde n citizen of Po-
ilm A Dins, native of Madeira nnd
subject of Portugal
A riess was taken until 11 o'clock,
neo,m AnBP,Larhar,"no? aoV "nV &
hour, In n few minutes nnuther recess
was taken until 2 o'clock
ORME'S DOUBLE WELPARb.
Norman Ormo. formerly a clerk In
tho Honolulu postofllce and ono of
thoae who went out In tho strlko cnrlyi
Inst )ear, has received a position In!
the Treasury department, Washing
ton A letter received In the Aln-i
meda's mall by one of Orme's old
friends hero adds to the foregoing In-
formation tho Interesting f.c"lh.t the
writer was soon to marry n Washing-
ton bride Orme was one of Roosc -
veil's Rough Riders and among the
tlrst to be wounded at San Juan? Ho
was well llkeil by tho Colonel nnd oth
er nfllrprs nml it unnl.l iAim !. ,..
njer ns President hns not forgotten
i ere are none better and few so good
none so good at tho price as the
Hamilton-Brown Shoe Go's
Whero ease wear and prlco nro con
blderntions jou cannot overlook this
Manufacturers Shoe Co
1057 FORT STREET.
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Sentenced for Deserting
Her Husband by
Judge at Ewa.
CHIEF JUSTICE FREAR
flVIl CASF FIFFFMIANT
WIML A;5E UCrCttUAWI
Babel of Tongues In Malicious Injury
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inai--j. w. naji indicted
By the Grand
J T McQrcvv was sworn as French
Interpreter and Claremc Smith an
Italian lutcrpicter In tho trial of Oto
for ninllclous Injun before Judgo
Gear. As plaintiff 1b Japanese and oni
witness Chinese, nt least five lan-
f"af are 1",0.n m '," V1,?1 Vout,'1
lit Is prosecuting and F. Brooks de-
'ending, miss Paulino Neumann is
acting ns stenographer. The follow Ini;
Is the Jury: William Maliuku. F
woodurldgo, O A. Long, C. Kimball.
M. II. Houghtalllng. W. R. Castle Jr.,
James D. Cockett, D. M. Ross. J.unn
M. Sims, D. II Hcnonr, E. S. Holt. Tho
malicious Injury charged consists In
the partial demolition of a new dwell
ing house belonging to Joseph Alio
nmc Lucca, the damage being pu at
The Grand Jurv enmo Into court th's
mt of j w f()r
j,iKc Gear rcy-ased a Japanese ao-
man named FuJIno on a writ of h..
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htT Ill",lmml '"tee Gear had formei.
'5' held that tho law providing for sikIi
a misdemeanor was unconstitutional
Judge Ilumplircvs Is still engaged
with the damage suit of Wah Lea
against Manuel Corren. for the killing
of plaintiff's )oung daughter by run-
nlng over her with a hack .
w Dusenberg, Henry I) Beckley,
Isaac Noar The alleged nuisance Is In
the blocking of nn old right of wjy
with buildings Russel & Watson for
plaintiff, Robertson & Wilder for de
fendants. Messrs. I'atton ami Morris enter-
talncd a number of people nt tlm Or-
phcum last night by an exhibition of
FOme Ove hundred nnd fifty stereoptl-
' ol ,a,and sccnery nnd ,s,ana
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,hekC Kcntlemon '" a advertising tour
through the Mainland nnd are exceed-
i Thero Is a scries of lectures prepar-
ed, of which tho pictures are merely
supplementary and describe the Indus
trial features of tho Islands as well as
the advantages ns a tourist resort.
Tho lectures could not bo given last
evening on account of tho largo num
ber of pictures exhibited. However,
they arc Interesting nnd Instructive
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