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SENTENCED TO HARD
LABOR FOR SIX MONTHS
Verdict Was Assault in the Second
Degree--Judge Gear Imposes
The Full Limit of
All motions for abatement or stalling
of the prosecution of William McCar
thy, under Indictment for assault anu
bnltery. were overtuieu by Judge uear.
Mr. Hitting made the closing argument
for the defense nntl Mr. Douthltt that
for the prosecution, and shortly after
noon yesterday Judge Gear charged
the Jury .
After a brief nbsenco tho Jury return
ed a verdict of assault In tho second
degiec. Judge Clear Imposed tho limit
of penalty for that offense, being six
months' Imprisonment at hard labor.
It was the third Jury sworn to try
McCarthy nt the February term which
came to un end yesterday after on ex
tension of twelc days. The first Jury
found the defendant guilty as charged,
but as the Indictment speclfled "the
crime of mayhem," which Is not found
In the statute, Judge Gear granted n
motion In arrest of sentence and dls
' Then ho was arrested on the chargo
rtf nssaudt, the Grand Jury promptly
llnillng a true bill. The second Jury
was empaneled and sworn, but the
morning thei carter appeared the car
toon bearing on the prisoner's former
discharge, for vihlrh tho editor uf the
Advertiser was found In contempt and
sentenced to be Imprisoned without
bard labor thirty days.
Owing to that episode n mistrial was
entered and the third Jury Impaneled,
which brought In the verdict whereon
McCarthy was sentenced us already
The basis of tho prosecution from
the outset WttB the biting of bis wife's
ear by McCarthy, causing what would
have been permanent mutilation but
for the prompt skill Wherewith tho
wounds were treated. McCarthy Is a
powerfully built man of the Celtic race,
while his wife Is n little South Sea Isl
ander. Part of McCarthy's defense
was that the woman bail bitten him In
Mr Hitting, upon the rendering of
the verdict, took the usual forms for
OF 1 FORESTERS
The next regular session of the Su
preme Court of the Independent Order
of Foresters will be opened at Ulan
chard's hall, In the city of Los An
geles, on Tuesday. April 20, 1002. Spo-
clal arrangements have ben mado with
tho transcontinental railroads cm the
Mainland for reduced rates from Ca
nada and nil parts of the Eastern
States, and It Is expected that the at
tendance, outside of the regularly ac
credited delegates, will be very large
The Australian delegation who ni
going to attend the session nro duo In
Honolulu per steamship Moana on
April 9, and will make n short stay
here. The delegation will consist ol
the Hon. Leo-Hryre, assistant general
munager for Australia: Ills Lordship
lllshop Riley of Western Australia
Rev. George E. Howe. ex-President of
the Methodist body of Australia, anu
several other distinguished Austra
lians. Independent Foresteis point with
Justifiable pride to tho wonderfully
rapid growth of tho Order, which now
has about 200,000 members, 7029 being
added In the month of December. The
surplus In the treasury on February
1 was J5.258.353.8C; and 'n December
152,82C37 was paid to the families til
deceased members, nnd to disabled
members. The Temple building, In
Toronto, Canada, tho headquaiters and
owned by the Order, Is tho tallest, larg
est and finest office building In Canada.
From Hllo and way ports, per str.
Klnau, March 15 T. F. Pientes nnd
wife, P. Peck, W. II. Lambert, Itev. V.
D. Wcstcrvclt und wife, Hon. Julian
Monsnrrat, Miss A. Jones, O. Moore
nud wife, E. P. WllllaniB, Dr. E. V.
Young, II. A. Kohler, Mies J. Lamed,
Miss C. C. Phelps, Miss 1'. Hadllck.
Mis Aim Anderson, W. It. Foster, N.
C. Wllfeing. Mrs. A. K. (lieen, J. Mill
ion, wife und son, P. C. Peteison, V.
Adachi. A. Cameron, 1). McKue, A. V.
Peters, L. Conradt, 11. G. Dauforil.
Mrs, J. II. McKenzle, Master Murray
McKcnzle, J, W. Ilrown, II. Kohler
Mrs. H. Kohler, Miss F. Gtllmoic, II.
J. Craft, Hlllooie, 11. 11, llury and wife,
W. A. Sexton. I). J. McKay. Miss II,
llaclgalupo, Mis, C. F. Gunther. Mm
A. Prlesttr, Henry Prlester. John W.
Ferris and wife. 11. M. Ilolss, C. II.
Sturgles, T. C. I)u Icb, (1. V. Davlea, P.
P. Woods. J. F. Woods. II. 11. Hind, It
H. Long, Robert Homer. E. P. Low.
It. K. Piirdy, II. L, Ilois. (1. Fern ant!
wife, Alio, wife and child. I.nu Long,
J .11, Palmer nnd wife, E. C, Hi own,
K, I). C'nir. T. F. Lansing. Col. W. II
Coinwc-II, Mis. Sang Kee and three
children, Dr. J. 8. R Pratt, T. O. limit
and 113 deck passengers.
Illlo'.v Poverty Hull.
Hllo, March 14. The Executive com
mittee of thu Hllo Cotillion Club Ins
arranged for n ball nt Spieekels' hall
Pli tho eienlng of April I, which will
be a novelty of novelties. II Is n "Pov
erty Hall." Dreat, suits aio tabooed
and patent leather shoes will be
thrown In the scrap p'le that night.
Tho cards Issued deny tho privilege ot
dancing to all who, arc not arrayed In
garments of calico and Jeans.
Bulletin. Ttu) att rronth.
ON H n
Three Propositions Now
Before Ways and
TAWNEY WANTS DIRECT
GIFTS TO THE CUBANS
Morris, of Minnesota, Suggests More
Tariff on Sugar to Outside
World and Rebate
Washington, March C Chairman
Payne of the Ways and Means Com
mittee today gave out the following
authorized statement of the discussion
over Cuban reciprocity:
"I think the large majority of tho
Republicans havu made up their
minds that we must do something for
Cuba. There are three propositions
presented which have this professed
end In view. The proposition of Mr.
.lorrls of Minnesota provides for nn
Inerenso In tho tariff on sugar to the
outside world nntl n rebate on sugar
Imported from Cuba. It docs not seem
to mo that ninny Republicans are will
ing to Increase the duty on sugnr.
"Then theie Is tho proposition of
Mr. Tawney to vote between $7,000,000
nntl $8,000,000 directly Into the Cuban
treasury and to ask the Cuban Govern
ment to tirstribute about $1,000,000 ac
cording to his figures, to native Cuban
planters. This first payment Is to he
paid without any compensation from
Cubn In any wny or manner a puro
gift to the Cuban Government. It hard
ly needs "the opinion of n lawyer to
say that such a procedure would bo
unconstitutional. Ills proposition fur
ther Is to pay a like sum yearly on
the granting of reciprocal concessions
nnd the passage of our Immigration
nntl exclusion laws.
"Of course, no bounty of this Mud
could ho distributed without a scan
dal and a fiaud. In the next place,
scvcn-elglitns of the Cuban laborers
would still lemnlii without work. It
would be Just as easy for tho sugar
trust to obtain a concession on tho
sugar they bought on necount of tho
bounty as to obtain a concession
where tho planter knew ho was to
have a 20 per cent concession In duty.
Thus Mr. Tnwney's proposition has no
advantages over that of a 20 per cent
reduction, nnd It has the disadvan
"The third proposition Is that for a
20 per cent reduction of duties. This
would Injure no home Industry.
Coupled with the provision to extend
our exclusion Inws to Cuba, no one
appearing before the Committee, on
Ways and Means contended thnt It
would so Injure home Industries. All
agreed that the price of sugar to tho
American consumer would remain the
same, Nor would It Inure, to the bene
fit of I the sugar trust. The witnesses
before the committee nulled In tt-stl-lylng--niid
the statistics prove that
the trust has lecelved no benefit In
buying sugar either In Hawaii or Por
to Illco slnco the duty was reduced
or removed, Tho entire benefits have
been reaped by the planters In these
Islands, We have every reason to be
lieve) the same would prove till" as
"Many misleading statements us to
the attitude or the President, the Cnb
Inet nnd the Unusn Republicans aio
appearing In the newspapers I can
not speak of conferences with tho
President; but I have every assur-
anco that the Cabinet Is not divided
ou this question, nor lmvc a majority
of lloiisi! Republicans committed
themselves either to the Mori Is or
the Tawney policy The proposition
of 20 per cent reduction. If made, w 111
put off. In my Judgment, the annexa
tion of Cubn fur many jears. She will
not come In until her population Is
Americanized from the States, It will
lettle the question for generations to
come and give rest and tranquillity to
I ho sugar business. If the reduction
Is made, no further ihange will be
made. We havo anncxntlon and frco
tinde. To refuse to do anything would
put tho IIousi) In a position hostile to
tho President, would cnusu uncertain
ly nnd it feeling of npprehenslon to the
prnduiei-H of sugar In the States, and
would bo utterly demoralizing."
The following authorized statement
was made public at tho White House
this evening: "Any statement that
tho President tins changed his attitude
in the Cuban icclpioclty business Is
without the slightest foundation In
'inioT'Jtarcli II. That the Sons of
St, Patiltk cun fittingly telrbiute tlo
birth uf the patron fculnt In U11w.1l.
cunnot bo doubted when It Is consider
ed that Hawaii, llko Ireland, Is fr'O
Kcaau illl be tho reiicr of th cele
bration In Ola ou tho 17th and Jie day
will be given oer to fjuts of stit'iigth
und endurance, huisu rating, bicycle.
The (onimlttces In chaigo of thu dif
ferent departments of tho "albutlun
I have spuieil no effoit In hiving tho de
tails complete In every iiartk-ul ir nnd
j It U believed that tho icsult will bo su
1 tntfufnctoiy that hlstoiy. In Ot.m. will
! date fiom "last St. Patrick's Day."
Hllo, Jluich II. The tilul of Hurry
Ovcrencl on the chaige of assault Willi
fi weapon obvlouhly and Imminently
dangerous to llto was begun l.iHt Tues
day, Wednesday eveuiug the trial win
postponed until this moinlng, The two
days wero occupied w holly with tho
Introduction of testimony, leveinl wit
nesses being examined ou both sides.
Tho prosecution will proceed with re
FLAG OF HIS RANK
RAISED FIRST TIME
Salute in Honor of Promotion of
Naval Station Commandant
Hear Admiral John Fairfield Merry
raised his flag for the first time yester
day at the Honolulu naval station, His
promotion li. I Leen known for homo
time previous, but hi vominlsslcm wao
c:ily received by last mall from Wash
ington. A tnltitc of thirteen guns was fired
fi c 11. the st-nlcn battcy. There was n
s ,Mi party pf Federal ofurlul.i nnd In
tirm.te frlciu's present it the ceremony.
Hear Admiral Merry iiroJuced cham
pagne from tho Ice chest, and the
guests drnnk his health amidst warm
Those present Included; Captain U
S. O. White, U ,S. A. engineer; Cr.rtalr.
Williamson, Quartermaster General;
Paymaster Hall, U. S. District Attorney
II. W. Hreckons, U. 8. Marrhnl 13 .11.
Hendry, Deputy Marshal F. W. Handy,
II. S. Commissioner E. S. Gill, Shipping
Commissioner W, Porter lloy.l, Dr.
Taylor, Albert Haas, Arthur A.f Wilder,
J. A. Oilman,
Hear Admiral Merry has been com
mandant of the Honolulu naval station
from Its establishment, and both otll
clally and privately has been highly
popular In this communMy. With pro
motion he goes upon the Navy retired
list, having completed the full frm of
sci vice. Wherever ho may spend his
well-earned years of leisure Hear Ad
mlral Merry Is assured of happiness l
Uie wishes of tho people of Honolulu
It may be that during the next two
months the Olympic baseball club will
be seen In Honolulu. The baseball en
thusiasts of the city are at present con
sidering a proposition by which It Is
expected this happy result may h
Several weeks ago Gollnsky, the
pitcher for the Olympic team, was heio
for n visit. At that time, he had :t
tonversatlon with Walter Ilymnn on
the subject of baseball and said that
lao Olympics were very anxious to
come to Honolulu to piny If arrange
ments could possibly be made.
After Gollnsky had left tho city. Mr.
Ilymnn spoke to Deputy Sheriff Chill
Ingworth and other baseball enthti'
Blasts who wcie all In favor of trying
to arrange for a trip of the Olympics
to this place. A letter was sent to Go
llnsky telling him to see the directors
of the Olympic Club and nsk them what
Kind uf a proposition they were will
ing to make.
The answer to this letter was receiv
ed by the Alameda yesterday and tho
offer which the Olympic Club directors
make is realty almost too good to bo
true. As It will cost about $1500 to
bring the boys here, tho Olympics have
decided to put up half the money, tho
other half to be paid by the Honolulu
playeis . From the gate receipts of the
series of games to be played, tho first
$150 will be taken to reimburse the Ho
nolulu people. If there Is anything
left after that. 75 per cent will go to tho
visitors and 25 per cent to the Hono
The matter will be talked up among
the bo j s here nnd If tho amount of $750
ran be lalsed there will undoubtedly
bo an acceptance of tho offer of the di
rect 01 h of the Olympic Club .
10 T. H.
Hllo, Mulch U. Tho congiegatlon of
the Paaullo Mission Hull Is to bo con
giutuliited on tho Improvement recent
ly made to their building iu placing a
colored window In tho apse which gives
u most pleasing effect to tho hall's in
terior. Tho window Is the artistic;
work of Messrs. Tiffany & Sens of New
Voik, und displays colors which bo
pleasingly hnrmoulzo that any one
Aould pionauncc It to he all one could
wish, A more Biiltable window could
not have been designed. A glass panel
at the lower part ot tho window hear
the following lnscilptlon which states
Its purpose and names Its kind donors:
"To tho Memory of
THEOPHILUS HAIIIIIS DA VIES.
Horn January 4, 1833.
Died May 25, 1898."
This window Is erected by his widow
and chlldicii, reminding thoso who
have the privilege of meeting together
for worship Sunday by Sunday how
they aio Indebted to the liberality of
the late Theo. H. Davles, for which
ho was noted, having borne tho greater
pint of the expense ot erecting tho hall
In which they meet,
llum'il ty ut I aupnlioelioc.
Hllo, Mun.li 14. For the first eight
tlu n of March Laupnhoehoe had con
alderablc rain ranging from 1.25 on tno
flist to 10. IS on tho 3d, 10.90 on tho
4th. 10.20 on the 5th, 8.85 on the Gth,
k,1.90 011 the 7th and 41-100 on the 8th;
t,.c totul fall for the eight days being
U2.3S. The roads In tho vicinity of
Liuipahoehoe nro in very bad condition,
TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY
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All druggists refund the money, if tt
falls to euro. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on ecch box. 35 cents.
if you know
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A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art.
others equally good,
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To facilitate trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will cellver
oil goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to thoso know
ing tho Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market O Post 6t., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
A. V. GIMR, President.
The Honolulu Investment Co,, Ltd.
Insure your Llto, Property, Household Goods or Merchandise
In tho best and strongest companies, as represented by
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GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building.
Architects, Contractor! and ulldars
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nlshed on Bhort Notice.
BUILDING . MATERIAL
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Alton 5fc Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Tel. Main 103.
Jobbing promptly attend! to.
M. F. BERTELiVlArNJ
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To rear ot old stand. Entrance e
King street. Orders left at either iko,
or office at John Nott'a store, Klai
etreet, will receive prompt attention.
Madame A. Scliocllkopf,"
WILL TEACH FRENCH
n classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8t,
pp. Adventlst Chn-:h.
D, DERGERSEN, i
the old Sowing Machine Agent, is still
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, 8eamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert an'd Vlndex. 1
Call and see. Try and buy.
tltc taste of good beer and have felt it re
freshing and invigorating, then you have used
If you do not know, telephone to the brew
cry .iVJ7iV 341 for a trial case.
of vehicular construction,
EMMETT MAY, Secretnry.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
a Harmony Hall. King Btrect,
H. McKECHNY, N. O.
E. IL HENDKV, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
"MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock in I'.armouy Hall, King street,
'tailing brothers cordially invited "o
H. J. OALLAGKEIL O. C.
A. E. MUltt'HY. K. IL 8
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ovcry Friday ovcnlng at liar
sony Hall, King Btreet, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
ing brothers cordially invited.
F. W. DUNN. C.C.
ED. C. ALDHICH,
K. of R. & S.
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At the Dinner Table
A Winter for Wine
STILL wines are made spark
ling when mixed with " " "
white rock water
They aro, In this way, given a
zest and life, unequaled except
by the best champagne. Tho
diner out or tho gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to note, that tho ta
blo will bo supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
Ida co on tho wino list of the
most exclusive clubs In America,
nnd bus been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
tho Inaugural Hall Banquet In
Washington. Tho palate of epi
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