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Vol XI. No. 2221.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, THURSDAY, AUUUST H. 1002
Pkior 5 Oknts.
11 SITUATION Wo 1 ill
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THE POT BEGINS TO BOIL.
MARY ALICE PORTER'S
ESTATE IS INCREASED
FOR FISTIC CARNIVAL
AT ORPIIEUM THEATRE
i THE POT BEGINS TO BOIL. " 1
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The Parties: "What do we care
A iDmcinmg uoing ncrc. Minneapolis journal.
Satisfied With Sentence
But Says There
DEFENDANTS ARE HASTY
IN PLEADING GUILTY
AN UNSIGNED INDICTMENT REC
TIFIEDSTRONG MUSTER OF
PORTO RICANS AT BAR
Porto Hleo was strongly represented
at tho liar of the Circuit Couit this
morning. Arraignments on Indict
ments were the order of business,
Jose Hevelra, a Porto mean lad, was
the llrtt defendant called up. The
charge was larceny In the second de
giee for the theft of Jewelry valued at
$r from the house of Isaac Louis
Coekett, Kallhl. TUiougli an Intcr
pitter In Spanish Rev el la pleaded guil
ty. This was at 9:S0 o'clock, but the.
defendant was so full of tall; and had
bo many things to say that mote than
half an hour elapsed hefoic he took his
seat In the prisoner's dock again under
the maximum sentence of two jears In
prison at hard labor.
Deputy Attorney General Catlicart
Mlil the llWt was (ommltted at night,
yet the chaig" was but second negree
larceny. He explained later, when the
defendant had made statement, that it
could not be piovcd that the house nan
dosed when entered.
Judge Gear, aftei hearing the de
fendant's statement In reply to iho
usual question If he had an) thing to
My why sentence should not be pro
nuuuied, Informed him that according
to his own Phoning ho had committed
hurglaiy and for that crime might be
Imprisoned for life. The defendant
talked back a lot. the court understand
ing him to fay that when he got out of
Jail he would kill the Judge. The In
terpreter said outside aftciwaid that
the defendant did not make this threat.
When the sentence of two yeais was
finally pronounced, Revel ra said he was
sitlsfied but thcic were other guilty
peisons around town. Then he nngiily
demanded that his money ho letuincd
to him. Judge (tear nt first answered
that he would have no use for money
In Jail, but ilndlng on Inquiry that pils
oners were allowed to buy tobacco, etc.,
questioned the pilsoner about tho
amount the polk e had taken fiom him
I)etcitlc Kaapa was called and sub
stintlally coirohorated Ucvelrn's ac
counting, the deposit being now four
dulluis and tlility odd ceuts. A dol
l.ti was paid for a hack to fetch tho
l'loreuo Andlno, Manuel Morales aad
Koino .Martin were analgncd together,
the nial-namcd for wounding Ueda
IA1PERIAL CIGAR STORE
If evervthlna elie too? There's
Takcmatsii with a knife, the otheis for
being present and aiding and abetting
Andlno. The principal Is u full black,
tall and handsome, while his alleged
accessories are of Ihe usual Porto Kl
ein type, saffron-liucd and medium-
sized. Andlno coriobor.ited the others
In their plen of an alibi, but was told
to plead for himself. He promptly
said he was guilty. When nsked If
he had nnj tiling to say why sentence
should not be passed on him. the prin
cipal began to tell the story of his
deed. He had gone Into the place of
the Japanese at Iwllel and called for
a lemonade. The Japanese asked him
If he wanted to play seven-eleven and
the defendant answered that he did not
understand what was meant. Then ho
was hustled about. Here the com t In
terrupted him to ask If he was pleading
self-defense, The answer being In tho
affirmative, a plea of not guilty was
ordered to be entered.
There was a hitch In the arraignment
of the trio Jii3t mentioned. When Mr.
Catlicart had concluded reading the In
dictment he discovered that It was not
signed by the foreman of the grand
Jury. Judge Clear said It was no In
dictment and continued the rase till
Saturday. Tho grand Jury, however.
.came Into court later with the Indlct
l roent duly signed by George T. Kluegel.
foreman. Mr. Kaulukou moved the la
Idlctment be dismissed on the ground
,that it purported to hae been made on
.August 8 while It was onl) signed to
"How do you kuow?" asked the
"Ilccaitso I saw Mr. Kluegel take It
out of this room this morning"
The motion was denied and the de
fendants pleaded as already stated.
I Ah Cheong pleaded guilty to laiceny
In the second degree foi tho theft nl
Jewelry worth $15 fiom (leo. llaffner.
Mr. Kaulukou, who had stood up with
I him, on hearing the pica stated that h
did not appear for the defendant Ah
, Cheong, a quiet and respectable-looking
joungChluese In European clothes,
when asked If he had un) thing to say
why ho should not be sentenced, began
to answer In such n low tone that
'judge Gear called him up close to the
bench. Defendant told the court In
Knglish that he sold the articles and
returned the money to Mr. Ilaftner by
tho latter's request. The court order
ed his plea changed to not guilty.
Uenjamin Haaheo, indicted for as
sault with a shotgun on ltebcccn
' Houglitalllng, pleaded not guilty and
his bond was fixed at $500. Mr. Kaulu
kou appeared for him.
Cheong Kwui, assault with intent to
' minder committed on I'ong Quane, had
his plea reserved till Saturday at the
tequest of K. H. Thompson.
Antono Perry, seduction, and Wil
liam I'atigelly. assault with a weapon,
were also allowed to reserve their pleas
at the request of S V. Chllllngworth.
I It. Duncan pleaded not guilty to ma
licious Injury for teailng down a sta
blo belonging to Annie Akoug at Ka
llhl and his bond for appearance was
appioved. This case arises out of un
old ticspass contioveisy that has al
icady been aired In civil pioeecdlngs.
I lllshop Cecil Wilson, the other clay
at Portsmouth. England, caplelned a
trlcket eleven made up of tho local
'clergy against a team of olUVers from
the Itoyal Mai hie Artlllei). Tho Ulsli
op's side won. making Hi tuna, ot
which he contributed IS.
' 3Zl.I-i!.'J' "-"N '
THE MOTHER'S DISINHERITING
WILL TO BE CONTESTED IN
TRIAL BY JURV GOOD '
Cecil lliown. guardian of Mary Alice
Porter n minor, In his annual nccounf
charges himself with $2,973.21 ami
iirlis to bo allowed J2,33:'.0S, show in n
Lnlunce of JOIl.ia In favor of tho ward
en Income account. The capital of tha
estate has been materially Increased
under Mr Itrown's management, as tho
lcdlovvlng statements from his report
"The guai cllan's nccouuts filed last
year showed n balance 01 Income n
bund of $1 103 48. Tha total gross in
come roi the eai ending August S,
1001'. slums the sum of Jl.SW.TC, the
epc nilltiucH Tor account of suppnit
unit maintenance for that period liavj
been tyj'ti i'o. I'lom the income of tho
estate their has been transfeilcd f
principal account and Invested the
bum or $1,320. The accounts now filed
show a balance of Income on hand ot
"Tho guaidhin, as the Interest on tho
mortgages mid notes Is paid, hopes
during the coming eni to credit ihu
pilnclpal account witli whatever sun.
that may not bo needed or expende'in
the support, maintenance anil educa
tion of tho minor, and Invest the same
"Since the last repoit the mother nt
the minor died, leaving u will nuclei
which the minor was dlslulicilted, c
civlhlug having been left to the hus
band of the mother and stepfather uf
the ward. Proceedings disputing die.
vtilldlt) of the will have been tal.e.i,
and nie now pending for hearing be
fore a Jury.
"The waid has been placed in
charge of her grandmother. Mrs. Sar
ah Savldge. who Is superintending the
caie. maintenance and education of
the waul, and Is nroviding her wltu ,t
good home and proper surroundturs.
The waul Is the daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. C. Porter. Her
father was manager of the bank in'
Clans Spreckels & Co. and for a time
Minister of l-'lnancc 111 the Provision-it
if if JiliiS
The Independent came out on Tues
day hist with a statement to the effect
that the s.wn pat hies of the menilic-rs or
the Portuguese Political Club uie Dem
ocratic Seveial of the most piomlnent
of these voung men have been seen and
tbe emphatically deny that tlieic Is
even the slightest giain of truth In this
statement Tliej want a public denial
Of com so It is well known that J.M.
Camar.i. piesldeut of the club was a
Democratic candidate for the l.eglsla
Hue at the last election. It Is also
well known that he was defeated. Now
Camara. when he went to the Poitu
guese Cluh did so with the understand
ing that the work uf the organisation
would be non-partisan In Its nature and
he then and there foresnoie allegiance
to all political connection except the
dictates of the club. It Is ptobably
fiom the fact that Camar.i was a Demo
ciat that the tumor to the cITcct tout
tho club Is Democratic has gonn
The young men who have been seen
declare that they have not Joined uny
party but the probabilities are that
they will vote the Republican ticket
If that party gives them representa
tion. TODAY'S I Wffl
There aie four cases before the Tax
Appeal Court for this afternoon uj
Hated below, C. W. Ashford being at
toruey for the appellants In the first
thiee and Magoon & Petei tor the last
named. Kaplolinl Estate, Ltd , if turned $.'2,
400. uscsicd $10,100 appeals on $13,
700. C.iiIoh A. Long leturiicd $7800, as
sessed $U.2.'i0. appeals on $!IG0.
John P. Colburn. returned $l"i,.00.
assessed $2.,2?0, appeals on J1S.i0.
niUabeth K Booth, icturued $20.."i00.
asseseed $31,000. nppeals on $10,500.
Assessor J. W. Piatt said this after
noon that the appeals yet pending
would all he overtaken within the tlm
limit ot the court.
In a recent article published In the
Iltllleiln reference was mado to th'i
managership ot the new hotel In tho
Young building and In connection
therewith the name of II. V. Lake vvai
mentioned The woids "now of tho
Moana' were also used, referring to
Mr. Lake This was. of course, u mis
take for Mr Allen Is still the manager
oi the line boitedry. nor liave tin r.
been anv changes there In the mant
ger-dup since he look chaige uf the
pile .- November 1, 1901.
'Ihe 'ljtoiicb3 von Ketteler, widow or
tli- lieinian minister killed in Peking.
h.n iit invitation to several friends
mi D-troit her former home, to attend
the unveiling of the monument to her!
husband iu Ilerlln I
At a Meeting of Waimea
TO MAKE INVESTIGATIONS
ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE TO GET
LEASE FROM GAY & ROBIN-
SON SATISFACTORY TO
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Waimea Sugar Co. was held In the as
sembly hall above Castle & Cooke'
olllces this forenoon for file purpose of
discussing the pieseut condition of tlw
plantation and Its prospects for tlit
futilie. There was a large atlendancH
and the discussion developej many In
teresting points pertaining to tho
Castle & Cooke, agents fm the plan
tation, presented a statement of af
fairs to the stockholders which repre
sented that If the water suppl could
mil be Improved, they wished to be ic
lleved of the agency.
It was brought out that the wells ot
the sugar estate show ed about 100
grains of salt to the gallon nheieas In
the past, the amount was only 10
Manager I'assoth of Waimea gave a
a leasou for this Increase In salt that
the well casings which had been In use
for fiom sixteen to twenty cars had
become worn out. allowing the salt
water from the upper strata to seep
through Into the volumes from below.
The whole success of tho future of
Waimea plantation seems to hinge on
a satisfactory lease of mountain water
uclng secured from Gay & Itoblnson.
A lease has already been made out
which together with the work of lead
ing tho water down to tl' i.l.intatlon
would cost about $30,000
It Is understood that the terms ol
this lease are not satisfactory to Cas
tle & Cooke and that this Is really at
the bottom of the refusal of the pres
ent agents to advame the money.
While the plantation In the past did
a nourishing business even when tha
wells did show 40 per cent uf salt, it is
conceded by all who know the condl
lions that pine, fresh mountain water
Is the only bulvatlon of the sugar es
tate so that all energies are being di
rected toward this matter. With fresli
water, the crop could be Increased by
At this forenoon s meeting, a com
nilltee consisting of i: IJ. Conant, W
i:. Howell .mil IMwIn Paris was ap
pointed to examine into the exact con
dition of the plantation allalrs with
leference to the wells and to report ou
the practicability of liiliiglng out new
Du'i'j effort will be made to get
lease from Ga & Itoblnson that will
prove satlsfactor to Castle & Cooke.
At the annual meeting of the Ameri
can Sugar Co. today the affairs of the
corporation were shown lo have dis
Ily the audltoi's leport It was seen
that since January I. 1901. when the
debt was $111,192, a reduction of J'7.
378 had hceu made, the net indebted
ness on July 31 last being JS7.113.
The reports showed that the herds
had increased to about uOOO head o.
cattle and 21. "00 head of sheep.
Negotiations were icpottcd In piog
tess for renting a pot lion of the land
foi the cultivation of rite.
Olllceis wcie lc-elected us follows
n. II. Wodchoiise. president; Geo. N
Wilcox, vice ptesldent, II. A. Mott
Smith, societal); A. W. Carter, tieas
til or, W. II llalid uuditoi, A. P. Jiidd
and Jus. M. Wakefield, dliectors.
Over twenty ping pong plaers have
alreadj entered for the tournament to
begin soou ut the Otllceis' Club
Charles I Klein of ht. Louis, has
much uf the fuinltuie In his house
made of horns of different animals
which he gathered during his many
ears' residence In Western Texas.
Tlre-maklng firms in Hanover, der
uianj, perlodicall) piumote automobile
tlie-niountlng contests between chJuf
feuis In older to educate the operatois
iu making ciuti k repalis Money
pilzes are awaicled the wlnneis and
the competition is k.-en
$. S. ALAMEDA, AUGUST 13,
Next express steamer to Coast
Ktu ess elopes lo a m clay of sailing
Wells, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 109.
Maionlc Temple, with AmerloJn
SOLOIERS AT CAMP M'KINLCY
BACK KAMISKY FOR ALLTHEY
ARE WORTH NO KICKS
Indications point a most successful
fistic carnival at the Orpheum on Sat
urday night next when Weil a j and
Kamlsk) will box for ten rounds and
olhei exponents of the manly are will
exhibit their cleverness with the mlts
Tickets for the great event were pl.u -i.'d
on sale this morning and Inqulr; at
the box ollleo brings out the Informa
tion that the seats are going veri
laplcll). Among the early purchasers
of tickets w eu a targe number of
prominent business men of the clt).
The show at the Orpheuui Satuida)
night will begin at S 30 o'clock and it
Is calculated that the pieliminary bouts
will consume an hours time so that
the big event of the evening will
stait In at about '30 o'clock.
Those who have seen "Spldei ' Jack
ton and IMw.tuls at their work state
that these clever hoxci will surprise
the spectators when tile) comu to
gether. They nie clean llghtcu and
aie so well mate bed that the outcome
of their fom-iuund uuut Is a mattei ol
In fact, every number on the pro
gram will be well worth seeing and
the management piomlses that there
will not only not be a single hitch In
the program but that the peoplu will
leave the place without a kick to regis
Ihe solilleis at Camp McKlulc) uiv
taking the giealest Intel est in the We
da.v-Kamlsky tight and aie backing
theli man for ull there Is In il. 'I here
Is also a well defined rumor that If
Weda should vvlu the light there will
be a ver poor financial condition at
the camp (or a mouth after the light.
On Satuida morning all the men
who aie lo take part In the various
bouts will be examined by a ph.vsklan
to see if they aie In a perfect phvslcal
Paddy Ityan will be the referee for
alt the matches of the evening.
The management, evei mindful of
the press, has arruuged for a table on
the stage wheie newspaper represen
tatives may at all time during the
evening, have an unobstructed and
close view of the matches.
In tho Police Court this morning the
principal ease was the one against
Wuug Lo) charged with keeping a dis
order!) house K M iliooks appealed
foi the defendant and he and the depu
ty she'! Iff who conducted the case for
the prosecution, ti.iil seveial heated
The cleput) sheriff took the stand
Mating that he had unested the de
fendant in ids houi-e on King street,
mar I.lllha. ou the night of August 8
He bud found the defendant cm the
pop h while In Hie house vvcie several
Chlneso women, one of whom, Ah
Chin, alias svernl other names, win
discovered with a Chinaman in n very
compromising situation. Olllcer All
On, who accompanied the deputy sher
iff at the time of the arrest, testitled to
the same effect.
Ah Chin was next put on the stand
and It was at this time that tho fun
The deputy sheriff examined the
almond-oed lad) hut was soon inter
rupted b) UrookB, who objected to tho
asking of any questions by which the
witness might Incriminate herself. Ho
stated that there was u case In tha
1'edcTnl court this afternoon, as it
was supplied that the defendant had
Imported the women fiom Chlnn fur
the purpose of prostitution
Tho court stated that the I'ederal
couit had nothing to do with the Po
lice Court hut warned the witness that
sho was at Ilherl) to refuse to answer
any question by which she might In
criminate lieisclf. After tills the wit
liess proved lo be a vei) pool one fm
the prosecution and the case was nolle
Another case against the sime de
fendant in whh h he was charged wit'i
Millcltlng ih iiintluued
Herman V Angel until lecently a
motorman on the llnphl Transit line
sot pretlv badly hurt In n row In one
of the saloons ot the city this nioinui
ills assailant u sailor named Alfred
Uutmer met Angel In the saloon and
attacked him with n lieei glass, Inlll. t-
lng a collide ot wounds ou the kill i s
si-alp (Jftliei lluit qulckl) arilved ill
the scene ind set Angel whose wounds
were bleeding prolusel) to tint
cjueen s Hospital, llu then plated tint
mer tiiulei anest. The case will come
Wbeu llutmcr was auested he slut
' d Hint he had been drunk last night
and that Angel had take u advantage ol
his condition by stealing U' fiom him
Ho attacked Angel to 'get even' with
OF I Willi
A SALOON ASSAULT
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ASKiw swiir iiwfc
Uncle Sam: This hot weather
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Captain Nigel Jac ksou of the Wi la
k,i Han leim of hall-tosseis has Istued
the lollowlng challenge to the Custom
Ilouolulii. 11 T., Aug. 11. lSoj
llert llowers Ksq , Captain Cusioui
House llaseball Team. '
Deal Sir.-We. the undersign" 1
members of the Wela I-a lino haseoul
team, challenge the Custom House
team to a match game to be played cm t
the Piinabou grounds Saturda), August '
Hi. Uo2, at 1 SO p. in. We expect ut I
that lime to show the tnemhers of the
Custom House team who vv ale.
(C'aptnln), I'irst Ilase.
d 1 "
A good Joke on a prominent Hllo
uaiuoiiN ji MEMORIAL 10
man now In the city for a short so-, thing and making uny corrections or
Joiirn Is now going too rounds. uddltlons which may bo deemed necei-
A couple or days ago this man cm jMr,-. '),is completed, there will be A
into the barber shop nt the Hawaiian meeting of the Honrd of Directors tcr
Hotel and asked for a shave, not men- ratification of the action of the com
Honing the fact that he wished his mlttee and theti there will bo a general
sideburns to bo lelt Intact. tiK r ,lt. p.xchange for the pur-
The man from Hllo settled himself p,IM, of i,t.ariiiB Hie memorial read,
comfortably In the barber's chair, clo .-; T d on ,
cd bis ees and probably dozed 1 ho, f , , , h welfar f h
barber went a his work, and when l.llollMli tllL. mo8t 11IMir(anl uellls ,llB
hud llnished tapped his costlier "" fcillowlng
the shoulder and sulci: "Dere, sir, )0'i
look mooch better nuw." ' Slutlstics of the existing bust-
The "clean shave" which had been I"'"8" 'lloi' "' '"-' Territory,
given Ihe Hllo man wi startled him I " T1'" 1"'""" " "- collected
when he looked In the mirror that he i ''' ll"' ''"a' departments In the Ter
was speechless for a moment. When i rlUlr-v ,tlut'' nuiiatloii.
he dhl recover, however, there was a I 3- T1'" ""'" nmnuy expended
llow of oratory moie elociuent than
an) ever he. ml fiom a Judge s Pencil
ou the dig Island.
Mr and Mrs Joseph Scharsch have
issued invitations to the wedding of
their daughter. Catherine Pua Kou and I
lMv.ard .1. Morgan. The wedding Willi
take place at Pllaa, Kauai, Saturday
The bride to be 1r one of tho mo ,
popular )oung ladles of the Garden ' l''y a statement of factB, and the corn
Isle and Morgan Is also very well I mission will be tuft to draw Its own
known and highly esteemed. Ho is a conclusions.
brother of James V. Morgan and Mrs.
C. J. McCarthy of this city.
SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE
and OXFORD TIES
nt their regular price. Regular prle cif the goods offered ranges from
$4.50 to $6.00, Note our special prices below .
Ladles' Oxford Ties, Louis Heel
Special at $2,00 and $3,00
Louis Heel Slippers
Special at $1 50 and $2,00
medium and common sense heels
Special $1,50, $2,00 and S2.50
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
I05T FORT STREUT
' Hi 'I - If i ll'n Mltta md
:I5? If SiraM
doesn't affect my bulno any."
iviB;uio ruin u-ai;r.
. s I
Has Just Been Completed
By Committee of
j BUILDERS' EXCHANGE
I TO PRESENT FACTS
EXISTING CONDITIONS IN TERRI
TORY TODAY WILL BE PRE
Pull l'lasli A Memorial to the Comst
Tor some time past, a committee of
three members from the Ilullders' 2nd
Traders' Kxchungu Messrs, Plnkham.
Amweg and W. W. Harris has been at
work on a memorial to be presented to
the Congressional Commission, due to
arilve here at no eaily date. This me
moilal has been practically completed
and the committee will meet tonlirht
rr iie iiurnose of going over toe whole
1 lu tlieolleftluu uf this amount
t. The amount of money spent In
; the Teirltoi) b) the United Stale.
5. The need of public buildings.
The committee has dwelt particular
ly on this last matter because It comtk
directly within the scope of the Itul ti
ers' and Traders' Kxchange, the mem
beis being composed for the most part
The comuVttco In Its work has taken
particular r;Ve not to Include In the re
port mi) thing that might be even con
strued as a suggestion. It will be sl:n-
(Continued on Page S.)
Only a small line We have
nenrl) all sizes If yours Is
here it Is a great chanco to
buy ties or slippers much les
than half their vulue. They
were made by tho best factor
ies and are latest styles, but
are odds and ends, and not a
complete line. That won't af
fect you, however, as you want
only one size. All good value
.MmlmmUmm II IP I I ll 'llltlfclli Afh llffiVfoj