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THE BEST WANT EXCHANGE IS THE BULLETIN "WANT COLUMN,"
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. 1002
PllIOB 5 Oentb.
While Spiriting to Native
Hawaiians at Hanaiei,
SAID HE DID NOT GET A CENT
FOR HAWAII HOME RULE
BOLTER WAS LOUDLY
. ' APPLAUDED.
In the report of the trip of Delcgato
Wilcox and Senator Kalauokalant to
Knl'ml, published in tho Home Itulo, Is
contained the following praagraph ro
lallng to the meeting in Hanalel:
On Thursday, July 24, tho leaders
went to Hunalcl. Upon their appear
anco there, the people as a whole wero
uniting for them In order that they
might hoar their stirring addresses on
behalf of tho Home Itulo party.
Tho Home Ilulc papers havo been
full of this trip to Kauai, and have
come forth saying that Wilcox's trip
fiom Nawlllwill to Hanalel and from
thut nhic around to Makawcll and
Wnlmea was ono continuous triumph
This is only ono side to tho story.
The other side has just come to Hono
lulu In various letters addressed to va
rious persons, some of theso being to
leaders of the Hut Kuokoa. From
these It would seem as If Wilcox uh
not have as much ot a triumphal
march as he had expected. In fact, he
was taken down several pegs.
Hanalel, from tho tlmo of the organ
ization of the Home Itulo party In tho
Islands, has ever been a perfect hotbed
of Homo Rulelsm, the Hawaiian lead
ers there being among tho strongest
fighters of tho Island of Kauai on the
side ot the native party.
Where two years ago confidence In
'. tiio ability of Wilcox to further the In
terests of the Hawaiians at Washing
ton coulj not bo shaken In Hanalel, It
seems today to stand at such a low
marl: that almost tho whole of tho Del
egate's support from that plac'o will be
withdrawn in the coming election.
In" place of receiving unhindered the
plaudits of the people at Hanalel, as
the Home Itulo papers would havo tho
natives believe, Wilcox was asked
some very embarrassing questions by
the very men who at the last election
he counted with reason among bis
most ardent supporters.
Among these was Mahlkoa, known
fiom one cldo ot the Garden Isle to
the other, and a man who will bo
heard from In the coming election. Ho
asked about the 11,000.000 for tho flro
claims, the land bill and other meas
ures which the Delegato had-promlscd
to put through the Congress of the
United States. What had becomo of
nil these matters Tho people had
spent something llko J1M00 on him
hut not one cent had he succeeded In
getting for the country How was
this? Why was it?
Mahlkoa then charged bi legato
Wilcox wtth non-attendance, to the
business of the people at Washington,
nnd ho was cheered to the echo by the
natives who bad gathered to bear what
Wilcox and his followers had to say.
Mahlkoa will undoubtedly afflllato
himself with tho IIul Kuokoa and will
work with a will against Wllco In the
Continually, reports are coming In
from the other Islands of the dissatis
faction of the natives with Wilcox and
his work In Washington, and it would
t-ecm as if he wero going to havo a
very hard fight in the coming cam
paign. The steamer Walalealo arrived from
Hawaii ports this morning at 0:40
o'clock with 3,650 bags H. A. Co. sugar,
26 head of cattle and 2 crates of poul
try. Purser Sharratt reports tho fol
lowing ptigar left at Kona and Kau
ports, ready for shipment: II. A. Co.,
'.',000 bags; II. S. Co., SCO bags; K. S.
Co., 900 bags; no sugar at Honokaa
and Kukulhaele. Tho schooner Mar
tha Nelson arrived at Punaluu yester
day with A50.000 feet of lumber and
some general freight for tho II. A. Co.
IMPERIAL CIGAR STORE
STEAMER BANALEI BEIN6
PREPARED FOR LAYSAN
WILL TAKE LAUNCH FOR TOW
AOE PURPOSES W. DU3EN-
DERQ WILL BE PAS8EN-
QER TO ISLAND.
Tho steamer Hanalel, which has
been chartered by Hackfcld & Co. to
go to Laysan Island with a load of
provisions and Incidentally to look out
for the'ovcrduo bark Ceylon, Is at
present lying at tho Pacific Mall
wharf, where she is being fitted up for
The Hanalel has been lying In the
How for quite a while and as a conse
quence Bhe has to be furnished with
boats and other fixtures. Dcsldcs this,
her main deck forward has bad tho
bulwarks lined with boards, as this
deck will be used to accommodate a
load of coal, ob tho steamer will havo
to carry, quite an extra largo amount
of this In order to leave enough to last
her for the long trip.
It Is expected that the Hanalel will
bo ready for tho voyage tomorrow, and
sho will probably put to sea during the
latter part of the afternoon.
Captain Moshcr of tho Kc Au Hon
will have charge of the vessel on this
trip. It is expected that tho Hanalel
will be away from three to four weeks.
It will probably take her about four
daya to make the trip between this
port and Laysan on tho way out and
flvo days coming back.
Tho Hanalel will take with her a
steam launch from tho steamer Mauna
Loa. This will be used to tow barges
with guano from the shore of the Isl
and out to the vessel, as tho Hanalel
will bring back with her about 900
tons of fertilizer.
W. Dusonbcrg of Hackfcld & Co.
will go to Laysan In tho Hanalel. H
will tnko tho trip mostly for pleasure
and will take with him a varied as
sortment of spears and rifles, as he ex
pects to have somo good sport with
tho largo sea turtles which- frequent
tho shores of the lonely Island.
MINIS WANT UND
There were a large number of Por
tuguese In Lusltant hall last, right to
listen to arguments In favor ot con
certed action being taken by the Por
tuguese colony toward memorializing
both Congress and the Territorial
Legislature to extend to them tho priv
ilege of purchasing In fee simple the
leases to Punchbowl lands when they
expire ten years hence.
Among the speakers were Consul A.
de Souza Canavarro, Frank Andrade.
J. F. Durao, J. M. Vivas, M. Costcllo
and others mado addresses. I;acn
speaker was received with apolause
and much enthusiasm was shown. Con
sul Canavarro spoke several times,
urging the Portuguese to act as a unit
In tho support of the movement. He
said among other things that the peo
ple Interested had ten years during
which to preparo their enso for presen
tation to the proper authorities. Not
withstanding this fact, ..he movement
Bhould be started at once for In lis
success lay the saving to tho Portu
guese ot thousands ot dollirs which
they had put Into tho propoity.
J. F. Durao urged Immedl.iti action
Losses .by the Portuguese In th.l past
had been due to dilatory tactics. The
speaker showed that the statlstliVjthus
far gathered Indicated approximate!
$1,500,000 'Which the Portuguese had
put on tho property In taxes, payment!
of leases, Improvements by tho erection
of residences, laying out gardens, ana
work of tho kind.
Tho extension of the Rapid Transit
Co.'s line out King street to the Mc
Cully tract was finished day before yes
terday and cars w'ere run over the new
tracks for the first tlmo yestcruay.
Eveiythlng went well and tho cars are
now running regularly.
I This extension Is a great boon to the
I people living out In the direction of the
McCully tract and farther on, of whom
there are now a very great many.
The best tho market affords at tho
most reasonable prices. Tho Palace
Grill meals and service can't be beat
Family dinners In private rooms a spe
cialty. Palace Crlll. Bethel street.
On County overnment
"I am In favor of county and muni
cipal government tor the Territory be
cause I believe It to the ultimate des
tiny of any State or Territory under
the Star Spangled Banner. It Is corn
log to Hawaii as surely as annexation
came and I do not hcstlato to say that
I believe the Republican party will go
forth Into the fray during the coming
campaign with a plank In Its platform
pledging tile party to county and muni
This Is what A. L. C. Atkinson, tho
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asked this morning for a statement as month is not sufficient lor tuo prepara- same county and municipal govern
to his position In tho matter of county! "on of a bill, nor are men who havej ment will be the means of organizing
and municipal government. I never had any experience with county our party as It never was before. The
It Is well known by all those who' and municipal government fit and natural tendency of this form of gov
know of Mr. Atkinson's career In col-l proper persons Into whose hands to eminent Is toward close party organ!
lego that ono of the subjects he made n give the work. zatlon and tho Republicans will be the
specialty of was nubile corporations.
He foresaw the time when Hawaii must
become a part of tho United 8tates of 1
America and for that reason applied'
himself to what he believed to bo the!
unit of every State or Territory of the
United States and of tho United States
Itself. This makes him more com-
oetent than the great mulorlty of the
people hero who speak on the subject, tho mill as It were and havo proved to
Since annexation, Mr. Atkinson haslthc people their ability to hold ottlcci
studied Hawaii and Its needs taking , under a county or municipality.
especial interest in tho matter slncn "1 would be in favor ot paying out
0OO0O0 O O O000000000'0" O O OOOO"0
The Alleged Accomplice
Captain Jacobsen's Murder
U, S. Commissioner Edwin S. GUI
this morning resumed tho preliminary,
examination ot Tnnbara, cabin boy ot
the four-masted schooner Fred J.
Wood for the murder of Captain J, J.
Jacobscn, master of that vessel, upon
tho high teas on July 30 last. It. W.
Breckons, U. S. District Attorney, rep
resents the United States. The prison
er has no attorney. J. D. Avery is act
ing as stenographer.
First Mato Mejer gave his evidence
yesterday afternoon, and Second Mate
Nelson this morning. Claude More .ai,.KC(. tl) ktate ., 0vl,n0Il of UUI,
sailor also testified. (J Lucca Inter- M , h ,,u, L c,
prcted his evidence, which was given
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to tho Territorial courts, tonvejed tho
substance of the proceedings In an un
dertone to the prisoner, besides Inter
preting Japanese evidence to the court.
Mrs. Jacobsen, wife of tho murdered
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wnenineueari-uroKcn woman .cy
on the prisoner she burst out weeping.
Deputy Marshal Handy escorted her to
the Marshall's office, whence sho re.
turned to tho vessel . I
There was nothing In the evidence , of
ho omcers and sailors which deviated
from their statements on tho logbook
and at the ship's Inquest.
A dramatic feature of Second Mate
Nelson's evidence was his .dentiflca
tlon of the clothing worn by the cap
tain when assassinated. It was some
what mutilated from being cut away
from Its wearer's corpse, yet the cut
made by tho murderer's knife
shown In the trouser and shirts.
Commissioner GUI, at noon re:?ss,
bound over Nelson, Fortune, More,
Bunbau, Kcrrlen, Bart and Samuel In
$500 ball each to appear before tho
United States District Court at tho No
vember term as witnesses, In default of
ball to be detained In Oahu prison
where the United States will pay them
one dollar a day throughout their de
tention. CROOKED TESTIMONY
OF ALLEGED ACCOMPLICE
Y, Oto, cook of the Fred J, Wood and
charged by the ship's coroner's Jury
with being an accomplice of Tanbara,
was on the stand most of tho morning
and his examination continues tblf
afternoon. Ills statements wero contra
dictory In fantastic degree. He unswer
cd Identical questions at short Inter
vals In several dlffenut nnd utterly Ir
reconcilable ways, llclow are samples
of his ovidenco:
Grievances of Defendant.
Oto, sworn: The defendant complain
to mo three or four times that he had
been beaten by the captain. When we
first left Portland tho captain treated
this boy very kindly, but subsequent
ly the boy complained of being beaten.
The times complained of were morn
ing, lunch hour and evening,
Q. Would the captain beat him. or
was the cruelty lonllucd to his work?
this Is the place of his birth. Ills con-
elusion has been that Hawaii must'
have county and, municipal govern-1
ment if It Is tho expectation of the
people to live In prosperity.
Continuing bis temarks la answer to
the questions of the reporter, Mr. At'
"I am not In favor of county and
municipal government because I be
lieve any state or territory Is abortive
without It hut 1 am In favor ot having
It as soon aa possible.
"When I say this I do not mean that
the matter shall be rushed through
WlttlOtlt CQroful Consideration. Olie
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I have given a lot or siuay to puu-
He corporations nnd flatter myself that
1 know something about them.yot I
would not consider myself competent to
prepare u bill or anything of the kind
on tho subject of county and municipal
government for Hawaii. No, we must
havo men who know the syBtem from
A to Z men who have gone through
'Hon- often was he beaten or lock;,l in
A. I cannot tell bow often. It was
about St or 25 times that thd boy com
plained of being beaten rjy the captain,
1 never saw him Ill-treated with H'.lcks,
but was told by the boy he had been
held by the baud.
Q. How did hcj Bay ho vvai beaten,
with an axe, or the cjpeam's hand, or
Tho witness evaded this question 06
h) did nearly all othT4. but heiiv
,ng n ,ump at , btcni of tno 8hlp
llnrnmlnnt xlifiivoil llin rulil.'iln hlv
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asked for clean waste, which the cap-
tain declined to allow him. I was out
' side of the cabin when I taw tho can
tata run up to the boy and stilku
on the back. One of the sailors known
that. Witness pointed to the man
who gt00(i llp , collrt and gave hi
name as Thlg
,or lhe ,
QQf J(jur o'wu knowle(,Ke Uu you
know of any other case where the cup-
, defendant cruelly?
Defendant m beaten by
ivh,' win, , M,..ir?
A. As I stated before I had not seen
the captain beating tho boy, but Micro
was some trouble , between mem tli
morning of tho killing.
Mr. GUI hero Insisted on the direct
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answers to his questions It It took a
Oto went on to say that what he
meant by cruel treatment was that
when defendant did what he was told
by tho captain he would be ordered tu
do It over again.
Q. Did the defendant tell you ho blj
been beaten, und how many times?
A. About two or three times. IIo
told me he' was beaten by the captain
with his fists. I do not know on what
part of his body ho was beaten,
Q. Did the boy tell ou tho first
time on what part of the bodyvhe was
A. Only tho first time. It was when
ho brought a bucket of water for th
captain, nnd the captain told him It
was dirty and to go and get clean wa
ter, and It was tluui be struck him,
It 6tems to me the captain struck him
on the shoulder. I tuy the shoulder be-
acuse 1 saw the door open nnd close
and I thought then and I think now
that the only place tt' boy could havo
been stiuck was tho shoulder.
Witness said a llttlo later without
reservation that, at the bucket of wa
ter occasion, tho captain struck the
boy on tho shoulder with his fist once.
The defendant did not mention that ho
was struck on the shoulder but that ho
was struck onco. The boy slept In the
lower nnd wituess In the upper bunk ot
tho galley. Defendant did not ex
hibit any murks of blows ou his body
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as much as 120,000 to pay a commission
to prepare a prospectus to place before
the people. The shareholders as It
were In a county, municipal
should be treated just as Intending
shareholders in a Biigar or other cor
poration. There must bo a prospectus
and this must be prepared by men ot
undoubted ability; otherwise, it will
be useless to try to Introduce the new
"When I speak ot county and muni
clpal government, I naturally want It to
come about through the medium of the
Republican party and In this conncc
tlon I might say that I bcllevo this
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ones to win out In the end for Inde-
pendent parties never stick together
whereas the Republican party Is fa
mous for the coalition of its various
branches throughout the .States anil
Territories of tho United States."
Mr. Atkinson remarked jokingly at
the loncluslon of his Intcivlew that It
might be well to try tho system of
county and municipal government oi
Hllo first. If found to work In good
shape there, It could be tried on Hono-
J and witness did not see any marks.
(J. How many dajs were you out at
the time of the bucket of water Incl
A. (After witness had Indulged in a
statement of the cabin boy's duties.)
The first three days out the captain
was good. It was about the fifth day
(J. When was the next time a com
plaint was made?
A. Defendant made a complaint on
the third day. (Witness here delivered
another speech on the duties of the
cabin boy, saying the captain made
him clean the rooms of the first and
second mato which whb not his duty.)
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Q. Prior to that third day out did
I the defendant complain that he had
been physically abused?
I A. Defendant told mo that he had
; been, dally frightened by the captain
' though not struck. On the third day
out defendant did not tell me anything
ubuut being beaten.
Q. After the bucket of water incl
dent, how many days before the next
A, About two days after that tho
trouble about tho lamp-cleaning arose,
That was tho matter I saw myself. It
was at 7 o'clock In tho evening. The
captain told the boy to go and get new
waste and bring the lamp. Before he
brought the lump I saw positively the
captain strike the boy on the back
saw him grab him by the suspenders
and strike him. I was standing by the
foremast and saw this In the after part
of the ship. As I was there and suvv
the striking the boy did not say nny
thlug to me about It. I did not hea
tho captain hay anything. I did not
hear the captain tell tho chief mate not
to abuse the ho). The first trouble
was about the bucket of water, and two
days 'after was the trouble about the
lamp. The only trouble since, these
two troubles was the trouble on the
day of the killing,
p. From the time you sailed up to
tho morning of the killing were tho In
stances of the lamp and that of the
water bucket the only complaints?"
A. Another complaint was that tho
captain and Ills wife would chase htm
about the cabin,, making him clean
spots here and there, often stooping
down (witness bent to tho floor and
felt about with his bands to Illustrate)
to flud new places to clean. The boy
struck on that account. There was
nothing else. Every day the defend
ant would tell him that tho captain
was not satisfied.
Oto was questioned as to whether ha
had talked with tho defendant after
his arrest. At first ho answered no;
but then suttl ho had asked defendant
In tho boat coming ashore, with tho of
ficers of tho law how ho had cut his
thumb, Thuro was n whlto man In thu
boat, who ho said know tho Japanese
langoago pictty well, and this man told
(Continued on Pago 8.)
IT MAY BISAME MAN
SKIPPER BELIEVES HE
KNOWS WOOD'S COOK
OIVE8 A DESCRIPTION THAT TAL.
LIE8 WITH MAN NOW HELD
WITNESS IN THE MUR.
DER CASE. "
A well-known and thoroughly rellar
blc master of a local vessel. In apeak
ing this morning ot the tragedy on
board tho Fred. J. Wood, said that he
probably knew tho Japanese cook, 8.
Oto. who was on the Wood when the
murder of tho captain occurred
The description of the man given by
this captain tallies as far as can be
found out bo far, and If It should be
found that this Is tho name man as the
captain knows, the following facts of
his previous life will prove of interest.
This Jnpancse whom the captain
knew vvnB a cook and was named 8.
Oto. He was on board the Tllllc Star-
buck on a trip sho mado from this port
to New York about six years ago and
on this occV.lon developed somo ugly
traits, very similar to thoso In tho caso
of tho rred. J. Wood.
While the Starbuck was rounding
tho Horn, he refused to do certain
work and there was an interesting en
counter between him and the mate of
Since that time, he visited Honolulu
two or three times. On one of these
occasions he was on a schooner from
Australia. At that tlmo he behaved
In such an ugly manner 'during tho
voyage that tho captain, upon reaching
this port, discharged him.
This man at one tlmo stayed In this
city for quite a while, during which pe
riod ho acted as a sort of runner for
a Japanese boarding house nnd ship
ping firm combined. He is known to
he a good cook when he feels llko It,
but to have a vicious temper at times.
The description of tho man as given
by this captain tallies with the cook of
tho Wood In several particulars. His
name Is 8. Oto and he was described
as being a small, stocklly built fellow
with decidedly slanting eyes and wear
ing a smalt moustache. All these
points tally. Besides these, there Is
ono point which would establish his
Identity beyond a doubt whcrRhe can
be examined. ,
Tho captain mentioned said that be
thought his man had a scar from a
kntfo wound on ,onc of his arms as
far ns ho could rome'mbcr, on the left.
Should this prove to be so, Oto Is prob
ably a well-known person among many
of tho veteran skippers bf this port.
A SKEPTICAL ATTORNEY.
The official Japanese Interpreter,
James Hnkuole, was busy elsewhere
this morning and so could not be pres
ent In the Police Court. Being Inter
preter for both the upper and lower
courts and tho latter having Invariably
to give the former first choice, has of
ten caused all manner of trouble In
Judge Wilcox's court and this forenoon
the Judgo mentioned the fact that he
had been to see the Executive about
having the matter of Interpreters
starlghtened out. The promise had
been given that the Executive would
recommend a separate interpreter for
the Polico Court.
One of tho attorneys a staunch Re
publicanmade this remark by way of
answering what Judgo Wilcox had
said: "Perhaps the Executive will not
have any Influence with the next
S, S. ALAMEDA, AUGUST 13,
Next express steamer to Coast.
Express closes 10 a. m. day ot sailing.
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10ST I-ORT 8TM!ET
Fine Preliminaries to Big
ULYSSES HARRIS AND
GRANT SNOW MATCHEI
CHAMPION TO FIQHT TWENTY
POUNDS LIGHTER THAN
Honolulu Is to have a big flstlc carni
val on the night of the 18th Inst., at
the Orpheum and preparations for the
great event arc now In full swing. The
various boxers who are to lake part
arc now In training and arc working
with a will In order that they may be
enabled to give Honolulu sports the
worth of their money.
The big event of the evening will be
the ten-round contest (Marquis ot
Qucensbcry rules) between Jack
Wcday nnd Phil Kamlsky, the Lamp
Both theso men arc hard, stubborn
fighters and will undoubtedly put up a
fine match. Kamlsky has boxed a
number of times In the city but he has
never yet been matched against a man
who could give him much of a fight.
It Is conceded by all who know both
men that Weday will keep him "pretty
One of the best ot tho preliminaries
will be a four round go between
"Spider" Jackson champion ot the firs
department, and Jack Edwards who tor
some time past has been looking
around for young Decker. This match
will be for the lightweight champion
ship of Hawaii,
Another promising preliminary will
be thf match between Ulysses Harris,
the "electric" fan man and champion
colored boxer ot Honolulu, and Grant
Snow, a recent arrival from Australia
who Is the colored champion middle
weight of Australia.,
Snow concedes twenty pounds to
Harris and even then expects to give
the latter a few lessons In the manly
art. Harris Is a good jTJghter and
should, with his excess" baggage give
Snow one of the hottest battles he has
ever been up against. The latter Is
a very well known Australia fighter
and has a record of winning a long
string of battles.
There will be other preliminaries
which will be announced later on.
Weday Is training at Billy Wood's
boxing school, while Kamlnsky Is do
ing work out at Cump McKlnlcy. Jack
son Is training In the fire department
gymnasium. Wcday will go Into the
ring weighing 150 pounds and Kamlsky
will fight ut 155 pounds.
The Gospel tent that was located on
Kluau street has been moved to School
street, Ewa of Fort.
The first service will be held Sunday
evening, August 10, beginning at 7:3')
o'clock with a sone service, followed hv
j preaching at 8 o'clock.
A most cordial Invitation Is given to
the public to attend theseseries 'of
The tug Fearless was taken on the
marine railway yesterday to have her
bottom scraped. While she was out of
commission the tug Rover did her busi
ness, taking the Edward May to sea,
yesterday afternoon. Today the Fear
less Is again doing business on the old
stand. She took the Curtis to sea this
afternoon at about 1 o'clock.
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