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Vm,. XT. No. 2155. " HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. EKIPAY MAY 2., 1002
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William It. Wright, as Treasurer of the above entitled action has been, ono slon Laws of 1888. You are hereGy fur- K ;scf
tlij Territory of Hawaii, has been cited of the counsel for tho above named iher notified that unless said violation
to appear before tho United Slates complainants, In association with Hob
District Court on June 2, to show ertson & Wilder. On or about April
cause it any he has why ho should not 12, 1U2. thu arorcsald counsel for said
be ndjmlgcd guilty of contempt of said complainants transmitted to said do
court and of Its process, because of tils fendant the following communication:
alleged violation of the perpetual In- Honolulu, It. T April 12, 1902.
junction heretofore Issued In tho cuso Hon .William II. Wright, As Treasur-
I was an accident to Messrs. Storm and
Receiver M. F. Scott
Struck by Heavy
MR. BUCIIHOLTZ ALSO
RECEIVED AN INJURY
Two Men Kicked Out of Vehicle By
Notoriously Bad Horse
. Railroad Work-Progressing.
entitled Macfarlanc & Company, I.tm
Ited, ot al , vs. William H. Wright as
Treasurer ot the Territory of Hawaii.
Judge Morris M. Cstce signed tho or
lor to show cause this forenoon, upon
it of tho Territory of Hawaii, Ho
nolulu, II. T.
Sir: You are hereby notified that
Bhall icase on or before April 22d, IU02,
we shall take such piocecdlugs against
j oil as we may bo advised.
HOUEIITSO.N' & WlLDLUl.
J. J. DUNNH,
Counsel for said Macfarlanc Company,
Thereafter, on or about Mnv IB,
1002. J received from salu defendant
you are violating tho writ of perpetual the following reply ot the aforesaid
injunction heretofore Issued against communication:
reading and filing the aitidavlts of Nl- you In tho cnuso entitled Macfarlanc Territory of Hawaii. Treasurer's Of'
Among tho arrivals from Kona In
the Mauna Loa this morning was W.
A. Wall, the surveyor Into whoso hands
has been given tho work of surveying
for the Kona-Knu Hallway. He Is
hero on business and will return again
to tho work as soon as he has done
what he canio here to do. Mr. Wall Is
looking as "oil as ho did when ho left
hero some months ngo although lila
friends did not expect that he would bo
In such good condition phlyslcally as he
is on account of tho very serious acci
dent which came very near resulting In
Mr. Wall states that Hie work of sur
veying for the location of tho railroad
Is progressing very well and that the
men tinder him ha'.o made very rapid
strides ahead. A short time ago, they
were on the main lino right back of
Honokua and as this was getting a lit
tle too far away from headquarters, ha
act his men to work back of Nnpoopoo
where they are at the present tlmo.
With regard to tho Kona Sugar Co.
Mr. Wall says that the woik thero Is
getting along In fine shapo and that
overyone, under the new conditions,
seems perfectly satisfied. Tho Japanese
with whom most of the trouble was
experienced, are working along with n
will, Thero Is absolutely no trouble
whatever In tho matter of labor and tho
men In chargo aro conducting tho work
Other passengers who arrived from
Kona In the Mauna I.oa today tell stor
ies of iulto a number ot mishaps that
have occurred in tho district during the
last month or so. Tho first of thche
McCusIck, the head man under Mr,
Wall and onckof his assistants. It
seems that they were driving along In
tho ery same velilclo from which Mr.
Wall was thrown and had harnessed
hereto the very same horse that came
near being the result of .Mr. wain
They were going down a hill when
all of a sudden, tho horse started In to
uin and kick. The surveyors held on
for a little while but the efforts ot the
horso proved too much for them and
they were virtually kicked out of th
vehicle. Mr. McCusIck was not very
much hurt but Mr. Storm was so badly
shaken up that ho had to remain In bed
for several days.
Another accident was that which
happened to Mr. nuchholcz about a
month ago. Mr. IJuchholtz 'was riding
out ot his yard when his horse became
fractious and he was thrown to tho
ground and rendered senseless. Luck
ily, Gardner Wilder had Just arrived
on tho sccno an hour before Mr. Duch-
holtz started out and was Bitting on
the veranda of the house wnen the ac
cident happened. Ho ran out, helped
the fallen man, summoned assistance
nnd soon had medical attendance sent
for. It was several days before Mr.
Iluchholtz succeeded In getting out ot
tho house-again . '
Tho last accident of the chapter hap
pened at tho Kona plantation only a
few days ago. Mr. Scott, the-receiver
of tho plantation, was standing by one
of the trolley cane carriers w hen a load
came down the wire. He did not hear
It and Its descent was so sudden that
before he had realized what had hap
pened, he had been felled to the ground
as It someone had struck tiltn in the
head with an axe. Tho earner had
caught him fairly In the head, Inflict
ing a bad wound and stunning him. lie
was taken to his house wheio he was
forced to remain for a couple of days.
He should be there now but his zeal
for the success ot the plantation Is so
great tha ho will not consent to re
maining In the house.
The Mauna Loa this morning
brought 2900 bags of sugar from tho
Kona plantation. This will be de
livered over to II. Hackfeld & Co. und
by these ngents shipped to the Coast.
This shipment Is the first that has bceu
scut to Honolulu under the new state
of affairs and from the stories that aro
being told by people who havo leceiit
ly been to the plantation, the shipment
will become larger from now on.
Opera Annex saloon, Henry K. Peter
son's saloon, the St. Germain saloon,
the Villa Nova saloon and John II.
Thompson's saloon, places situated In
Queen street and Kakaako, at each of
which paloons ho bought nnd drank
I'rlmo beer nnd nt oery place was
told by tho bartender that tho drink
sold was I'rlmo beer and that tho law
allowed nothing else to be sold In that
Kmll Ney swears to having accom
panied Jacksi on the Prlmo beer
route 'and to the truth of all that Jack
son relates. He helped Jackson to re
duce tho stock of beer at each saloon
Mr. Dunne depones that he Is now,
nnd ever since the commencement of
gel Jackson, i:mll Key and J. J. & Company, Limited, a corporation, et flee, Honolulu, Oahii, Mny 1G, 1&02.
Dunne. The Injunction alleged to be al., s. William II. Wright, as Trcas- Messrs. Hobertson & Wilder and J. J.
dlsobuyod by Treasurer Wright ws to urer of the Territory of Hawaii, and ' Dunne, Counsel for Macfarlanc &
restrain him from Issuing licenses far numbered No. 7 In tho District Court Co., et al., Honolulu,
the exclusive sale ot I'rlmo beer under of tho United States for tho District of Sirs: Replying to your communlca
the provisions of chapter -It! of tho Hawaii and that unless' you take steps tlnn of the 15th Inst., I havo to Inform
Session Laws of 18IJ8, this statute bo- to ccaso such violation, wo shall ho you that I have done nothing In viola
Ing found unconstitutional by Judgo compelled in proceed against vou. 'inoton of the Injunction Issued In tho
kstee. particular portion ot said injunction to' eqidty suit ot Macfarlanc & Co., Ltd..
Nigel Jackson, In his affidavit, tells which, at this time, your attention Is against myself as Treasurer,
of visits he made on April 24 to tho called, reads thus: Very respectfully,
"Now, therefore, we do strictly com-, WM. II. WUIOHT,
mand nnd perpetually enjoin you, the ( Treasurer,
Bald William II. Wright, defendant In the Injunction proceedings,
nboto named, as Treasurer of the Tor- Messrs. Robertson & Wilder and
rltory of Hawaii, and your successors Dunne represented the Honolulu ngen
in office and all other persons In any cles of mainland breweries. Andrews,
manner acting In aid or assistance of Peters & Andrado appeared on behalf
you or them from In any of tho Anti-Saloon League ns against
manner or form, directly or Indirectly, tho I'rlmo beer saloons. Hatch & Sll
doing or permitting to be done, any llmnn nominally represented tho
act or thing whatever, under or pur- Treasurer but actually the Honolulu
suant to the aforesal Chapter 4G ot Ilrewlng and Malting Co. It Is prob
sald Seslon Laws ofjl888." able that In the contempt proceedings
Saul violation con.ils.'s 'tvthls that Alton, cy General Dole will make ap,
you arc permitting beers manufactured pcarance for the Treasurer. The du
In Honolulu to Tie sold at rctnll In said.fcnse will likely be that the supprcs.
Honolulu under nnd pursuant to ccr-lslon of Illicit beer selling does not lie
tain licenses Issued by you under and, within, the authority of tTio Treasurer
pursuant to saiu cnapicr 4t 01 said scb- nut is a function or the police power.
Drown back to his senses. As ft Is,
he knows more about a prlzo fight to
day than he did Saturday afternoon
ONE WHO PAID.
CARLET0N AND FEARLESS
IN VFRY CLOSE QUARTERS
HUM il RAILS
JUDGE GEAR GRANTS
INJUNCTION FOR REMOVAL
Doubts the Quality of Supreme Court
Decision -Case Will Probably Be
Determined Only at
Baseball League Takes
Definite Action in
CUSTOM HOUSE TE4M
BOWS TO INEVITABLE
POI oM IAST Ml
Wo havo It. Will you call on
us for a perfect
We uso only tho finest plati
num paper and our woik tells
tho story of quality,
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel
cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
Dr. and Mrs. Humphrls gave a pol
supper at Dr. Walters' icsldeiico, tho
old Ucckley place, last nlht In honor
of Princess Kawananakoa and tho Doc
tor's father. There wero live tables
sumptuously furnished with overy luail
accessory. Speeches to toasts wero
mado by Mr. Humphrls, Prince David
Kawananakoa and Dr. Humphils. A
Uttlo dancing was enjoyed alter tho
feast. Ucsldcs the special guests,
among others present wero Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Paiker, Prlnco and Prin
cess iCalanlanaolc, Itov. and Mrs. Alex
ander Mackintosh, Hov. and Mrs. John
Usborne, Mrs. 1'. A". Hatch, Mrs. and
Miss Wlddlfleld, Mrs. V. M. Swanzy,
Mr., nnd Mrs. K. I). Tonnoy, Mrs. Neu,
mann, Dr. and Mrs. Herbort, Mr. and
Sirs, II. A. Iscnbeig, Mr. and Mrs. V.
A. Schaefer, Miss Schaefer, Miss
Kitchen, Miss Ullfard, Mrs. Mary
Gunn, Major Potter, Walter Dilling
ham, Arthur Wilder, J. O. Carter Jr.
ind Hohron Walker.
The Catholic Mission band will ghc
a concert on the grounds of the Holy
Ohost Society's piemiBcs, Punchbowl
road, this evening, h';lnnlng nt 7: CO
o'clock There will be another conceit
at tho same tlmo and place tomorrow
evening nnd on Sunday tho Cathollo
Mission band will play there tiom 1
to 5 o'clock In the afternoon.
Judge Gear this morning rendcied
it decision In I'm Injunction suit of
James II. Uoyd, Superintendent of
Public Works, vs. Hawaiian Tramways
Company und W. 11. Pain, manage
sustaining tho contention of thu plain
lift and ordering tho girder rails along
King street removed. Tho Trarawns
Company at once noted an appeal, and
the case is on thu wny to the Supreme
Court. It will In all -probability be
pushed In tho Supremo Court, and au
appeal taken fiom that court to tho Su-jholU at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon I
premo Court of the United States. 1 , Ul0 .Mal0.rnla cuu toom8 wn8 0t '
It Is qulto evident from tho manner ,nu lmll8ua importance. Tho principal
in which tho enso Is being handled by quci)tl011 of tll0 moetK ua whether'
tho Tramways Company that It Is Its Kaal tollUI pay ()r Ilot on tllo Slmlg.
Intention to mako this n test cose, nnd (7urB. tcanJi Tho scUon w,llch for
get tho views of tho highest court up- ,,,,, nny ,)laytr r (mo team from Joll.
in 1110 ngiu which 11 cmims 10 operaio ,.. all0lu,r ,.. .,,,,, ,. ,BCI1Hs.'
rra j Were First Inclined To Go Against
Ruling Body Kamehamehas
Will Not Play To
morrow. Tho meeting ot the Baseball Leaguo
BUT WON THE FIGHT
ON FOUL BY SMITH
Hilo Sports Thoroughly Disgusted
With the Exhibition of the
"Manly Art"--Local Talent
Saved the Day.
Hawser Out Just In Time Tug Goes
On Sand and Vessel on
Ccral Eleu to
Discovered By Sailors
FROM A SHIP IN PORT
an electric railway and a double track .
in the city of Honolulu. It is claimed
by thu company that the rails along
King street were laid with the approv
al of the Territorial onlcials, and that
it clearly had a right to lay a doublo
track und opernte Its road with elec
tricity if it so desired. I
In deciding tho caso Judge Gear
stated that he was bound by the deci
sion of tho Supreme Court In another
Tramwlys case, hut took occasion to
say that if he had not been bound,
his decision would havo been dffferent.
"I never did believe," said tho Judge,
' Kiat this caso was good law, but, not
withstanding my opinion, I am bound
Jean Sabato, who was arrested last
evening by Deputy Sheriff Chilling
u 01 tli after the polite had made a com
plete hearch for him throughout tho
day, was arraigned In tho Police Court
tls forenoon on tho chargo of laiceny
in Hie second degieo. The case went
over until tho 2Gth Inst. Mr. Sabnle
means to light his case. Ho states that
ho is not 'llie 0110 that should be ar-
ed at length. J. O. Carter Jr. biought
up thu question as to whether Kaal
could play on the Custom Houso team
or not. Captain Scnnlon ot that team
was called on to answer whether lift
was going to put Kaal 011 his team but
he declined to answer one wny or thu
Thompson stated the Honolulu Ath
letic Club's "position In tho matter.
Kaal was a player of that club's team.
He had tendered his resignation but It
.had not been accepted.
Kaal was called on to give his state
ment of the matter. Ho declined to
say anything bejond tho fact that hn
would havo nothing more to do with
1 After further discussion, John WIso
presented an amendment of tho boc
Hon of tho bylaws coveting the sub-
(C'ontlnued on page I )
S. S. SIERRA, May 27,
NVxt Impress Steamer to Coast.
no is ihh iiiu iiiiu mat hiiuumi ou ui- 111 .1 p o n r
rested and hints at some startling de- WBllS, 'SIlO & 10. bXPTGSS
vclopiiients when the caso comej, up for ,
The Bulletin, 75 cents ptr month.
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with AmerkJn
Illlo, May 21. Ou Saturday night
thu 17th, about 3UU Illlo sports paid
$1 and Jl.O'J to see one 01 the poorest
exhibitions of the mauly art by Den
er Kd. Smith and L. D. Ilrowu ever
witnessed lu Illlo 01 suburbs, Honolu
Alter considerable parleying about
the gloves tho contestants advanced to
the center and after a very cordial
hundshnku the light was on.
Smith sized his man up and then
proceeded to mix it up. Both landed.
Druwn's blows lacked tho necessary
Bteam. After n few exchanges In
whlcn there was much clinching.
Smith lauded on llrown's neck, putting
him against tho ropes aud to tho Moor.
At tho count of nine. Drown gnlned his
feet, nnd went to tho chopping block.
Smith getting In another on his neck,,
they clluc'icd. The gong saved Tlrown,
who went to his comer groggy.
At thu cull of time both canio to tho
center, Drown groggy. Smith landed
on IiIb Jaw and tho big fellow went
down. At thu (all of 7 ho attempted
to ailse' when Smith lost Ills head, hit
ting llrown a stinging blow on tho ear
ami llrown went down llko a log. A
( ry of foul went up and Smith lost tho
I decision. It wns Smith's fight from
'the Jump, and why ho should lnso his
head when ho had such an easy game
is ha id to concclva,
A preliminary four-round go be-
I tweon two Illlo boys was very inter-
' estlng, und a wrestling match between
a Illlo and an Olaa Jnpaucso gave thu
boys 11 run for tholi money. Otherwise
thero would have been a raid on the
box office. Tho announcement was
mado from the platfmm that Smith got
GO per cent and llrown 40 per cent ac
cording to an ngroement mado In Ho
nolulu. Ilrowu consented to give a re
turn match In Honolulu.
There wero six or olght of tho modi
nil fiutctulty present and had tho
fight proceeded another half minute It
would hno taken all of them to bring
When the ship Carlcton came into
port this morning at about 8 o'clock It
looked for n minute as If there wns
ruing to be a wholesale mix-up In tho
channel. Tho tug Fearless was taking
the Carletou In when about In the mid
dle ot tho channel she slowed up to
tliortcn the hawser. The Carletou
shot ahead and sheered to one side,
causing the Tearless to back to avoid
The Keailess backed so hard that
she ran her stern Into the sand on the
U'alklkl sido of the channel. Thy haw
ser connecting the Tearless with. Uie
Carletou was cut Immediately toTivqld
getting It entangled In lleY.llfiriler
and tho Carletou ran Into the coral ou
the Iva side ol the channol. Tiie Car
leton's anchor had been dropped In thu
nu'iuitlino and this prevented her from
1 mining on very hard.
Captain McAllister of the Govern
ment tug nieu, on seeing the danger j
in the chnnnel. Immediately ran out1
with his boat lT render assistance. Sec-'
Ing that the Carletou was on tho coral '
while the Keailess was on sand enly,
he passed 11 stern lino to the former
vessel nnd pulled her off.
During this tlmo tho Tearless had
gotten oft tho Kami and went up nnd
took tho Carletou's head line, Sho '
then towed her Into tho harbor with
out any further mishap.
Police Out After Clue to Han's Identity
Body In Advanced State
Tho muddy waters of the harbor
havo again given forth a dead body.
This morning at about 9:15 o'clock, tho
sailors on the schooner Ka Mol which
was lying next to thu Amelia at Allen
i& llohlnson's wharf, noticed a body
floating near the bow of their vessel.
They Immediately notified Captain
Flint of the harbor police who went to
tho scene nnd had the body towed over
to the boat landing where it was tied
to a post.
The body was In on advanced stage
of decomposition nnd must have been
in tho water for about flvo or six
days. Tho dead man woro a wbjto un
dershirt and pair of trousers. Wtieu
found, he was floating on his hark.
One hand was raised and stuck out ot
the water. The man, who wns evi
dently a sailor, was known to several
of the waterfrontcrs. However, hi
namo Is as et unknown.
As his feet wero bare and he wa3
evidently, by tho looks of his dress,
getting ready to retire for tho .light,
the most llkeup supposition seems to bo
that he came on board some night in
an Intoxicated condition nnd started
to go to bed. He nnibt have walkej up
on deck nnd tumbled over tho rail
without an) ono knowing It,
Tho dead man was about 21 or 25
The committee In chargo of tho Dec-l5c"s f aKe- rather heavy set. smooth
oration Day exercises for the (1. A. II. , shaven, with light brown hair,
have been very fortunate in securing 1 ll ws flr8t thought that ho wis a
Judge M. M. L'atco as the orator, for man 'rom tne Amelia who has been
the regular services In Nuuanu cemetery
(Continued on page 8.)
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