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?, STEAMER TABLE.
From San Francisco
i, nicna Aug. .')
Hongkong Main .Aug. St! '
Fori San Francisco J
J,' Sonoma Aug. 19 i
s- Onellc Aug. 20
Z for Victoria '
-orangl Aug. 27 2
i Prom Victoria 5
t Alicwcra Aug. 30
Vol. XI NoTffiMT.
Missionaries and Carpet
baggers Now Put In
HOME RULERS SHOULD '
HAVE SOME SPOILS
DRAWS SMALL CROWD AT LAHAI-
NAWAILUKU TURNS OUT IN
GOOD FORCE WAS KA.
Walhiku. August Hi. Unbelt Wll-
cox, Hawaii's Delegate to Congicis,!
...id suite, arrived In ullnku Hum I.a
lulna yesterday noon and weie given
waim r-ptlon by Judge and Mis
J. w. Kalua. i
Wilcox r.nil party, consisting i:f t
Hons. D KalaiioKalanl. Fled. W. IlecU-
ley. Wm. .Mossman, J. K. Illhlo ami I
D Kalauokalanl Jr., sccietniy of the
Delegate held n uinss meeting lit il
Lahalna Mshmark a last 'lliursuay
ctenlnc The meeting was held In the '
open and was unite laigely nttende.l.
but It wri not nttemleil liy tuq entnu-
t-Iasm which tho country Home Itultrs I
Hccorded to them In years gone by.
Last nlclit tl'ilday) the Wull'iUii
Skating Kink was ciowded with pev
pie, pilmlpally Hawiilians. with a fair
lepieHentatlon of HepublUans and
D3moeiats. 'ihero iniisl have li.'n
about two or llneu hlinilied iieoiilo
present, men, women, chlldien and "ar against tne nnanciai proposition,
babes in arms, brought theie so that ' Judge Hardy. In transmitting to
Wilcox could consecrate them to :hai('lerk IIpnr' Smith the onth of K. T.
rause ol the Homo Killers. There erry ns deputy rlcrk of the I'lflh
were n few foiclgners who weie eager l'1,0"'1' a,la'- writes:
to heal th Delegate talk. "I hope to hear that measures aio he-
C. 1.. Kookoo, pre.ldcnt of the Wal- lnS tali''" to furnish the money for our
lul.il Home Hulo party, called the, September term of court. I write fiov
meeting to order at 7:20 p. m.( and ornur 1(,u' ln "P'erence thereto today."
then called upon Clod to bless tho lmlKc 'lt,le. f ,l,e I'ointh Circuit,
im-ctlng-to preierte uider cten If tho lin' a, in answer to n question this
Delegate wio to utter Intertites !n,("nlnK "iat uls collrl imi ninP''
ngaiiikt His holy name mil tho mil-
slonaii". The delegates from the
outer districts were also seated on
the platlnrm mid they presented nil
austere and au, st body whose aaea
tippeaian" made n deep Impression
on tne uoloukers
D. Knlv'uUlniil Jr. was the tir-sl Is
t-peakei and he spoke In p.ut as lol
Iowa. When jnur Delegate left thu
balmy sboies of Hawaii nei and riusn
ct Ih. w rl" expiillne ol the hioail I'J
dfic un bis Hist Hip to Washington ni llwl " "' 'lliri' Interest In the (llb-Hawah'-
i) legate to Congiess. nu I1"""! estate, and also for the Ilayselilen
neuile jllowed him uinl luitii been ' Inteifhls on the Island.'
lollowliu mm ever since. The sen i Nn- -Ir- IM'tor. I have no iliiubl
their own (lelegales to Congiess to '"'t thai Mr. W. (1. Iiwiu will he as
oppose th work of our Delegat--. miuh suipil'-ed as I am that he owns
iney ev n teni n pron-si to unseat."
yoiii Deb gate. lnf. like the binie held
Oiu Dei. cate In, nnd has been, he
i annul!)' (1 his enemies mid was
mtoiii In as Deleguto to Congress in
the 47th acnlveisaiy of his blub. Ou;
Delegate was put on the Reception '
Coinniltt. i on the occasion of Ihe in j
angulation of Piesldont McMnley en '
bis seioud ti.-m. Thus the hoiiu.-i i
(onferted on tour Delegate exceeded
those i.,nr ired on the Delegates Iiom ttlll give a soiree tomOirciw evening iu
Ailzoua Oklahnnia and New Mexico their parish house on Maklkl stieet.
As your Delegate was thus honor jil , The eiileitalnmeut will he tailed and
)ou too, weio likewise honoied. It an enjoyable evening ma lie cxpeitcd
was the highest honor extended by ' MIm Stokes. D. P. ft. Isenberg. Mr.
tho A m-: Wan people on Hawaii, as I Miller mid otheis havo kindly piomlscd
liuiior vvhlili thu other Tenltoiles .11-1 to sing and theie will be some fancy
nut shai-f Your Delegate winked hard t.ielng and oilier amiiscutents The
lor your interests, nu-1 wnen he lul I ' hall will be nppiopilately decoiatei!
lor loin months on a sick bed. ho silll and the ladles hope to gicet many of
diew up tills lor Congress for the ben- their filends on this occasion. Refresh
odt and great advancement of Havvn'l ments will ho served during the even
luid he. pople. Ing. Tickets may be bald at the Ma-
Moik th. bill for the apportionment Kilcl street enli.inrc nt 25 cents each.
of the Hawaiian Senate. .Messrs. D id, I -
Ariustiong. Thiirslon nnd Carter woro YATES' NARROW ESCAPE.
on luii.ii to obstnut the work of jour'
Delegat-- Yon ask which paity Is roc ' On Saturday eteulng Julian Yates
ognled ly the I'ulled States Co-- the shnitbtop nfthe K.imehiimcha base-grt-ss'
ciirter was thero to urge tliQ ball team, had a luck escape fiom
IjIiiih ol he Itepubllcnn puny .uro whut might easll have been u serious
who wet In accoid with tho Itcpubl'e- aicldent. He was ildlng on a Rapid
im paity In Aiuuilta and wanted tho Transit car on King street near l.lllna
majorlt to bo Itepubllcans. Hut Clin-' Suildenl. he Jiiropnl or tumhlul off
gies did not look teiy fatoiuhl) iipo-i the tar and was stunned by (he fall.
Hint iiioiosltlon. CongicBS fuvj.od He was take- In tin imtiol wagon to
tho apportionment laid out by vour 'ho hospital, where It was found that
Delegat as being the best. Just and ho had sustained no Injuries to speak
most eiuItublo. While Carter unwed of. As soon as he had recotered sutll
his pioposltlon on, Congiess, ho wis clcnlly. he was allowed to go.
(In Ico told to wait until Delegate Wll-i .
cox i hi . vrs fiom his sick bed, us hi A fine game of baseball was plae, at
ndvlio was wanted on tho matter. Walalua Saturday between the Wala-
When President Roosevelt wanted i Ilia and Plantation boys, the lesulf he
Hawaiian to be (iovcruor of llawul Ing a more of r: to 13 In favor of tho
and mentioned the name of Sam Par- former. A large number of the people
kei us n piohable candidate for ilia of the district were out to see the fun.
hlghnttii. a Hawaiian whose, praises ..
weie sing by the Republicans through-' Auction sales of window glass,
out the land during the last campaign, household ( -.nlture and a mlscelluu
luit vvhn 't comes to being Oovernoi eons lot of merchandise nt Morgan's,
ol til- Tmitory ol Hawaii, why Dolo TiicsiIjv An?. 19 at 10 a. m.
SIX FOR A QUARTER AND
L. F. STERNEMANfi, Fort Street, opposite Club Stables
and Ills party tried their utmost 'o
nullify the attempts of the President.
What makes this difference? riatl
Parker was simply cursed by them.
When your Delegate wanted to paji
a bill In Congress appioprlntlng threo'
million dollars from the United Stam
Treasury for alleviating the suffering
of those who suffered during the. bu
bonle plague fires, why. they sent .Ins.
tl Pratt asenvoy extraordinary to op
pose the endeavors of your Delegate tu
obtain three million dollars for thcud
poor sufferers, and asked for only onu
million dollars. Mark the different
and ponder on the unsurpassable lit.
rial spirit of our Delegate; compare
threo million dolliis with onu million.
Von ran see that It was your cticniiea
that threw ohsti notions In the path (
your Delegate. I'ratt did not succcj.
Why? Ilceausc nothing tun be dono
'vlthout Wilcox. Mr Cannon ot III-
(Contlnued on Page 7 )
After rendeilng Judgment of ele-
nnrlullnn. ns elsewhere renorted.
.....insi ai. Hue Commissioner itlll n...
nonmcd n similar judgment against
.,. ,..,,. CMnnc f,.mu, ... van.
alIns A,, ,..ong lhe rls(J )avnK .cn '
Bllinltlr(i on ,lt. pllni0 testlinoiij. j
m- iirr.rxi.a oiicrnnuio,i ii,..i 1 1,., .t...
femlsuts had ten chis In which to
Marshal Hendry lemarked that If
steamer left for China In the mcantlmo
tho defendants would have to go.
Commissioner dill thought them ,
would be no trouble, as In the event of !
an nppe.il the court inlgh'. make an
order siispriidlng deportation.
Mr. Iliooks could not say at the mo
mrnt If there would be an appeal.
The First Circuit Is not the only one
"" l" arr' "i inrougn me period.
GIBSON LANAI HOLDINGS.
lMltor Hvcnlng Ilulletin: I notlie In
this morning's Issue of the Advertiser
nn in tide, or more properly speaking.
""Porter's uciount headed "Lanal Is
Now Gay's." The last paiagrnph of the
article re.uls as follows:
"Negotiations arc also pending by
Mr (lay for the purchase fioni W. (!.
""'-u i ti hi me ihumiii i
late on I.au.il or that he owns an In
tciest whatsoeter In the Olbson estate
i'iu:d. h. ,iavsi:i.di:n
Honolulu. Aug. K 100S.
The ladles of St. Clement's cluiih
BETTER THAN MANILA'S
, Riillpin "Wsnf Afe " MaIta Vftii Want Rnllat.'n A,lc
REACH THE LARGEST
HOftpLVUT, TBRK1TOKY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. AUGUST 1S.1H02
Whole Block Is Wiped Out
BY MORINIING FIRE
And Loss Approaches
There Is very little to be learned to-
day of the Insurance situation In con -
nectlon with the burned section. s?c-
letnry currey of tho Hoard or unei-'r-
wriieis. aiiiiougn very wining 10 give sieep ai ,. iicioek suarp uy ine Mgi.r
out data to the newspaper men, found us blowing of the fire whlstlu at the
It Impossible to do so on account of iowei -house of the Hawaiian Klec'nr
the Incomplete returns on tho part of Company, and, rising fiom their bei1
the Insurance men who arc UiemBflvr.u they wcie Heated to u sight scldou
trying to straighten out tho figures seen In Honolulu. The whole town
Several returns have been made but was lit up by the llames nnd for bloch
tho majority are yet to be hrfltd from nround. people could easily hate read
and until thut time a complete iiim-jn newspaper.
mnry cannot he given. Tho alarm was turned In by Ortliei
Mr. Ou.rey estimates the value of.l'nrt. who. stntluned up on 'l'au.tr.1
the hullillngs burned at something bo 'reet. heaul ciles down on Illter. He
tween eighty and a hundred thousand rushed dow n, saw smoke IsRtilng fru-i
dollars, while tho Insurance he plares "l" "' "'P shops In the Hotel street
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nt something between fifty and sixty
thousand dollars. Ho stateM that he
doe not believe the fire to have hen
np-J'l'e rk of " incendiaiy, und as
that. In nil piobabillty an Inrpiest will
Kiom the outside It was learoed that
lllshop & Co. n agents are In for $..-
ft'ifi. Cattle . I.nnsdale for IS.omt. vin
lliinini-YouiiB Co. for M.OOil. f. J
lliittlfins for something between $IU.
("ii ami $12.tmo. J. S. Walker for JJJi
and one other Insurance company for
It was a I no learned from the out3.d
tlint some of the Insurance- ioinpaiies
had camelled their insurance on soma
ol the buildings, such us that ot tho
llltei Mill Co. only n fuw dns ny
It Just took one short hour and a
hall enil this moining for fire to wipe
out a whole block of frame bullilldgs
Included between Hotel, River and Pi
uahl streets and tne vacant lot on tho
Hwa side that was recently icntcd Id
a Chinese hul for the other purposes
Only one building was left standing,
and, strange to say. this was baldly
scuichcd. Threo buildings on tho
mnknl side of Hotel, between Hlvir
nnd Kekaullke. were nlsu destioyed
.inn another ouiiuing on tho walkiui
Pled II Hiincldi-n. who Is one
of the moM lupahle politicians of !
the Teirltoi) was asked this .
morning for his opinion on Hie
available men for Hie Cuugresslon-f .
nl nomination on a fusion basis. 4 '
'Of the haoles." s.ild Mr Hay-
Seidell. "I believe .1. O Ciitei or S.
M Damon would make the
stiongest run for Delegate. Kith-
er one would stand a good ehance
of defeating Wilcox. A- to the
unlive llawallans who could
make a sunesi.ful canvass, I nm
not n-aily to give an opinion at
this time '
MRS. NLUMANiJ'S CLAIM
ADDED TO THE PRICE
PROBABLY LARGE EXPENDITURE
TOR CONSOLIDATION AND DE
VELOPMENT - PETITION
(liibtnvV Kunst by his attorney (ico
A. fiavls. has Hied u motion for cou-iwlll
Urination of the sale of the two-thlicU ",c'' McC-jithy, the leader of tho Dm-liilc-ie.it
in the Islaud of l.an.il, as made onatle forces of this Islauil. Is iilu.'tu
by Will Ii I'lsher. auctioneer, for A. jon Kauai mul-wlll not be bai.k ul
Il.irnes roninilssloner, on Satuida. I Wciliiesda.
It was stilted S.ituiday nftemoon b.v
one of the p.utles Interested thai
Charles (lay was to pay the nmoiinl ol
Mrs. Neumann's claim with Inteiesl Iu
nddltlou to his successful hid cf IU.-
000. This would make the price about
It Is understond that Ml. Cay will
expend something like another JIOO.-
nun Iu bringing the iuiuIi up to u high-
r aiuce cm eiuciency. liy means or gs-
eril tmpiiivenii'nts and resloc-klng vvlili
hlirh lmioI..11 ..-inin. i. 1
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I Hf UIJIIll Hi IIIIIMUIIH III UIO nilllll-
'mc ii.tiitMH i.tciuiimc win Hold their
iKulai inuntlilj niPrttiiR In liPiitlmiar-
rt a ,it t.t ii i ni-1 1 1 IK UVt'lllllU. I Un
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I. Mint 1,1 ll.i. ininn.ltl...t .... l
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O ..il tu I III ( nmitilhHlnii nt iiw. ii.(t..,i '
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ImmmI will he heaul.
The Bulletin, 75 cen per month.
i kit t TTinmnvT
J JLJU IJUJDj
NUMBER OF READERS THEREFORE BRING GREATER RETURNS
corner or Kckaittlko and Hotel was
. pretty ludl scorched
Alarm at 3 O'clock.
were startled from tlndi
wl"R of the Winston building, am
"''' turned In tho alarm from the lij
wing of the Winston building, and
nt tne cornel of llng and nitvr
Whole Department Out.
A general alarm was sent In .ml
soon eteiy available englno and noi.
cart of the nre department from ti.o
Central. Maklkl und Knpalnnin sla
tlons weie distributed nt tarnu
points by Chief Thuriton
Where Fire Started.
lly the lime tho department airlvcil
tin lire. whU h was seen tu he In lb-
h'iiid stole nf the Winston block on
Intel stieit. and which was oceupl'd
b Ii Chinese piovlslon dealer. Ii id
gmr.ed couslderalde hcadwa.t. It rai')
li-ol the playing on of a stieam of wa
t to send the Haines skyward.
Fire Crosses Street.
The wind blowing bilskly from ti.o "s liavlng iniight file, fell in u heap
ncrtl: and shifting later to the nor-h "'"' ("'"t a ''oer of sparks heaven
east, sent the flames across Hotel wa"'-
sttcet and soon the building nt the Adjoining this building nnd incin
llwa corner of Kekaullke. owned by C. "" "lu'r H,"','t waK """''" and lurg
V Merrltlcld c.Y the California Fed ,,r tn-stnr structure owned by .las.
Co. and occupied by Chinese, was , Armlloll!' "'" ''oarl -' ranthinan
Blue. i This caught at about the same tl.ne
Engine In Danger. , !""1 w,,u IIKo "" mllrl1 n"s, I'"!""-
The new engine had been drawn "Zl. ' 1W "'" ,lo,a""",n",,'
ipf i" ii"T i'mk'ii i in tut? Mini nn
the names swept up nnd down Ho el
Wnilukii. ug Hi.- The Home
Rule conveniiiin held heie to.la.v
made the following nominations
for the fall iam..i,gn on Maul
Km Delegate- Itobeit W. Wlliux
Kor Senator Williaiu White.
I'or Itcpiosciitallves .'. -. Deik-
le. C I,. Kookuu, Solouion Ku-
wailicu, Wailehiia. J. K llllilu
The Home It V - of the Kallhj e
Inet held a club ineeting ut the dM.ii-'
Hon eiimp last nlglit at which tluia
weie several bundled natives ptesui.t
Tills gatheilng was Iu the nature ol t
confeiente of the powers. The sp',al
eis weie Speaker J. A. Aklna, Cliarlnr
Nolle Jr. mid itepseutuuve Mi;
liiilli. Tile last named lloinu P.uier
I told of the very successful tlmu ln
iieii-KJie nun iiih party had had oil
Muni nnd stated that there was ill
duubt whatever the lil.ind would fco
almost solid fur the I Ionic. Hule pan.
.Mr. Notley spoke on county an.
munl.lpal gotc-rnmcut und the bne
llts tu be derived tlieiefium. while
klnu said Kauai was coilalu to i-
The l)-niocinlH weie to hate held a
meeting mid a mlly tonight but thejs
piohably not take placu as Chile
Tin- Itepubllcniis ladd u big rally tl
Miikiui. on the- other side ot the Ulanfl.
vcHeiday. 'f pi I rully took tho shap
ol u lu.iu by I,. I.. Me Cunclless and It.
c.llllland. After feast camo ihe
, nie-ellng er. which was called i-
"r,u'r h '"l- I'ull,- ihalriunn ol the
orcunct i 'lul; Senator W. C. Ac hi w.v.
in-,, lntrodicd as tho chuliman ol
'the im-ellng Philip Manuel spuke
Mil si urging tlio peuplu In gel togeih-r
and decide whut was best tot HawiH
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n-ai Pituuiii in- lUKi-n Ml bL'IL'llllls "ion
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Irk tins I n,iljl.ilni.i. I..- .!.
x M i",,pm i-kiuhmi me baine
fcitlnitt und S-nal(r Achl halil tint
Ill-.UIl.irllt IK. . i,h ir I... I-.......1 1
l" !"- . -. "iuj in- KHIIHt lit IMIk'
t riff ItlM ifl.llllllll' fill liirtl lit miitn
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Wes- Fare & Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Maisnlc Temple, with Amarloon
IN PII1ITP Willi!!
ami n if.,, to tin miner buildings of
Ki I juliu. this Inn addition tu the o
partim-nt mittlt stoocl In Imminent dm
eei of Im'Iiib desirnn-il ln.t n. .imh,..
tile plauui- flu. im engine was deslrin
m near K inni.-i kii il II Chinch.
It was liiipnsxllile to take the lmn-
tu n,,- p.it where the eugine sto'il.
in,. (i)t. h,.ng so hot. The fliem -n
suing that something inHst he time
uufiUv, Milled tin bystauueii. wn.i
nnh vi 11 a'nd sli. jumpid at th-
,,!,. !lhl ., uinl ,', had the u
Elm- ai ihe .inner of Smith and Iln -I
A lush wns tin n made lor the hns-
Inn It was nut resi ueil until one of the
miiIouk liud been destto.ted. Hi I
then- been the least bit of 'hesitation
on the part of the bystanders. Tie
X bi'iiuiliul new limine wuuld sure't
h.iu- been erj serloul damaged or
iHihaps ilestio.M'd Intntii.
Fire Becomes General.
ll this time the fire whs general
spiralling up ltlter street and lu-ru.-.s
tu tlie three tenement buildings ili.it
stuud In Ihe midst nf the block inniil.a
of Hotel. Hleitile. telephone and
(iamewell sstein wires and the Itaplil
i Transit trollejs went down Into 'h
'street, carried along bv falling pue
I'lirtunntely. notice had been gheu In
""'e and nil curients were shut off. in
tluil there was absolutely- uu ilaui-r
fruin Hie wiles,
' On Makal Side,
' 'he llwa side of Keknullke on
i Hotel stieet, the building owned hi
Mr. Mcirlflcld nnd nlrcad.t mentioned
(Continued on Pago 4 )
A. N. Kepoikai
A N. Kvpolk.il. wlio Is the
clinlce of Maul delegates Iu the
Teirltmlal Cuiiveiillnii for the
llepiibllinn Cuiigiesslnnal candl-
date, has written to a Honolulu
friend stating that he will not
make an aillve canvass fur the
This Is not taken to mean that
Kcpolkal will iihsoltilel) iefuse
Hie nomination should It be ten-
deied him lie Is vei positive.
ho.vevei. In his determination not
to fence hlmi-flf ii the paity
' '' "1'lklnK a canvass for the vote
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WILDER COMPANY MAKES
SCHOONER REMAIN HERE
CAPTAIN BROWN IP VERY INOIG
NANT WILL FIGHT CASE
AND SUE FOR DAM
AGES. The small si-hooper Hemi.in which
has been Ivlng In the harbor for the
pust week und conierulng which many
vuilous aius lute been ullojt, will not
leave this poit as enily as expected,
owing to the fact linn the Wilder
Steamship Company has libelled t!r
vessel for the sum uf JiSl.sl, duo fur
supplies sold to Cuptaiu lliown by the
Wlldei Co. s Ship Clundlciy.
President C I. Wight's bvvora
statement Is this "that said libelee has
lefused failed utnl neglected to pa tor
the same aud at this lime still eon-
tlnues to ieii.se lull and neglecl to pay
The aiililjvit of the- umpany states
i em illinium : iniormeu ana ue
li(ivei) )t ((i l)e t
and iinm sin h iu-
f'umallon u m! h i vt hev the tiuih
Ml t'l.f thieacenv uinl i
uhout to tlvpaii dom the port of Ho
nolulu on n f' litu oyaee. and
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I lav -err for sill supplies, repalM and
I nei es.ules. so a- afoiesaid futnislied
to It by Slid libelant
C iptain Ciinipb II of the Wilder Co 's
ship chandler states that he heard
I that the Herman cleared from this port
I on Friday. Besides, this, Captain
Ib'CUVn llltrl tobl llltn tin untll.l nll Vim- '
clav moining. When lie was not able
to lolleit the hill Satuiilay and had I
no seuirllv that Ihe Herman would I
not sad on Sunday he l.ilil tltc- matter
befme his superior ollheis. the mtlnn
mi'iitloneil aliove being the tesult
Captain lliown of the Herman Is sx-
leedingl Indignant oier the anion
ttlilcli the Wilder Compan lins taken1
ng.ilu-l It I tu He staic-s that he i lejieil
.it the Customs Home for Sydney hii
I'rld.iv an I id posited his clenrame pi
pei - with his hioker. Mi. Johnson tell- i
Iiik him that he would sail In the mid
die of this wick.
On Siitiinlav afternoon. Cantaln
Campbell tame on board the Herman! ' "
ml ask.,1 that the hill Inclined at'.,, i0ftnc rvriicrn
the stoic, be p.ild. Captain Jliowni"1-'' JUKUKj fcALUStU
told Caplnln Campbell that as he was
slik he was not ntde iu transact any i
mikiiiPHii men nnd thai he would pay I
ihe hill or, Muinln.v When Captain
Campbell asked him what senility let MAY QE NO MORE JURY TRIALS
hail that the Herman wuuld nut sail UNTIL MAY NEXT - EXECU
liefmo Munilav Capiain lliown stnled
that lie lefeircd him In .Mr Johnson
who held the rluiance papeis. Ihe.
Illiel then followed.
('iliialn lliott it slated this moining!
that he denied all Captain Campbell
mid und that he would light the case '
If he hid iu sell his vessel to do It. He
was exieedlngl.v Indignant over the
Wilder company's treatment nf him
niul said he would sue them foi defa-l""" to ,'""'11 "" l",ll """ Thm tho
matlon of chaiactcr ease of W. Kaleihula. an appeal from
Captain llrown fuither suted that ,0,"'"1" ' "c Honolulu Dlstrlit
he could see no reason why the Tart ('IMIrl fnr assault and battery, was call
that he took out cle.uanie panels for ''ll "l"1 ""' f,,l,,ml'1K Jr sworn W.
Sydne should be called a "mvstery.' IW """ ' Mc Niched. A Nicholas
"I expe i to come to Honolulu nnd W' "' S""1P' W' "' F8"'r S' '''rk,'r-
called In heie to get my mall which W' ('"",,- (" K- Sheldon. D. Kupl
fact can lie pioved by the poMnMc.ii ,,ra' W' M' A,lln' "' """'f. Solomon
people. I cleaied for S.vdnev because Mcn,'"lj- Messis. Cathcatt and Douth
I am going to S.vdne) Imt lean stop !" weit' bo11' lr8p" to "present the
n bundled plaies on t lie way to Syd-1 T,'rrlt(,r'. while H. W. Hoblnson np-
ney If I feel like It.'
With retaid to the ht.iinmi.ni n,n,iu
h.v a loial iapei that It was ciirloiu
Him he shiuild buy stoics and pait ot
the vei.se! H euulpinent here although
these things could be had much cheap-
ei in San Krunclsco. Captain llrown
wished It to be slated that he had only
bought n few things of minor Import-
nnce whlib he needed, here. He had
the vessel full of various stores which
he luj bought in San Pranclsco. The
things bought here weie pincticnlly all
. . ,
i.i. in. v . ... .
1. III. Naone. chs.ged with assault
and bat cry on a Chinaman. Jen Sao
appeared In the Poll, ecuurt today. The
Chinaman look the Ktand first and ask-
e,l for an Inteipiete, The court, how-
hTnlnT. Tf'u ,,"",Ft ""'
in Uigllsh and had Its opinion, amply
.onllimed for when the Oriental gen
lb-man sot wanned up In .citing the
tab- ... his nues his llow of Hnglish
wxe, aluioM bh.skespea.e.in. Ho
- .it.il that be hni met Naone on Mng
street and asked him for ?(, which i-
one owed him
, ,, " - -----. .! MiX.Et II Ki 1 1 ill' II
Naone was in. lined tu treat the mat , !,, ,,,, . app.'.prlatlon for two
ter with eun-ldeiable lightness and jeais. Ml. Cathcart was diio.teil to
V'f" "'',' ":! ' ,iHtth , ''"" 1,a ' "lf"" 'he ginnd ju.y of the situation
i Initio, that Naone struck him. Sao .and uotlf, them tu appeal a' 10 o'clock
win I in II net iu take n ver morbid tnuioiiow
view of the slliutiun stating that lf The Indictment aKilnst Antone Perrv
111. Sln.l.il, had not a.rived mi the fur Mdintlon under promise of mar-M.-ne
! think 1:111 that time." rlagi was nuashed on motion of H P
,S"'": tlio ftNtiai . l.ilme.1 that Chlllltigvo.th. and defendant gave a
while .. 'stiii. U" him for inouev he b, , appear when called for nny
.11.1 not sti Ike feac. but called for help funher proceedings. It appears tho
loth the pioscutlon nnd the defense ,Mn i the Indictment consisted In
then wuiilcl the tcMlmoii of Dr. Sin- i.-presenllng the offense as hating been
call and an ofli.ei was dlspatc 1 for ; commuted dining series of months
him He could not he found and thu coveilng neaily a car.
.- wa coiuinue.i until tomoirow I .I.i.Iko Hoblnson granted the petl-
., ... ' " !""" "f "'R'1 Sheriff Ilroevn for exten-
ON MURDERER'S TRACK. I slou of time thirty da.vs from August
... . o "" . . K f"r l,,"r" of Piwutlons on Judg.
High Sliftirr llrown received n letter , ments against S W l.edeier In f.vor
lion, SI., 'n Concv uf Knual by Sim-j,,r Hoffs, hlacger & Co. for $110.39 and
das st.amer In which he states that or Sta, Newspaper Association for
while he ha no, vc eaptuic-d the man , tUM The g.ound of petition was
who muiderel the Chluaman in the th.lt a icstiainlng order from the I'lilt!
I.lhe iP-t.ht un the 7th Inst., he was e, states District Conn had been serv
sine hesaon his I...I: ' K. u.tllloller, 0 , nllra
""" Hon of i:. c. Winston to have S. W.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month. l.edeier adjudged bankrupt.
Here's a Hhoo we're
proud of. VICI Kll,
doublo Hole, and linti
nil the (ippcnriince ond
quaHtlcH of a mure
BUYS A PAIR
I05T PORT STREET
ADVERTISING will not niakj
goods but good goods will make f
advertising; combined they
make good money for any good
"NAKED TRUTH." -J
!! ? HlfllltH
Piuoe 5 Oknts.
Jury Trial Is Suddenly
TILL TOMORROW MORNING
TIONS AGAINST LEDERER
'Ihete was an abrupt blocking of the
' ,nW '" J""'''' nt ('lrc11" Court term
Ibis moining. Judge dear opened
""'" '" J '"lock nnd granted n niu-
peaied for the defendant.
' JI r- Cathuiit briefly stated the cas-
'" "' J"l' "'"' waa al,"" l0 ra" "lf"
""' wl"u'"- lien he uotlced that the
l""rl "" I'wIvoiiIiik to the bailiff
,l"lR,, l!par wa asked If the court was
ro:"ly n"(l rcl'"el ,ut there was no
"""""Xrapher present. Mr. Cathcart
MIRKei,,c'1 a recess of live minutes,
wlll-" wa ordered. This was at 3:30.
l,ut " wn 10:5rt before the session was
J",,'!, (iPr went from the courtroom
to the chamber of Judge Hoblnson.
where he remained some time and then
, went to the chamber of Chief Justice
, ' ,lle ""antlme J. W. Jones, chief
' stenographer of the Judiciary, arrived
"f Ills own accord. He told a reporter
' llat Judge Hoblnson on Saturday ad-
Journal the term session. over which h,
.lb temporarily presiding, to 10 o'clock
this morning and he ha, t ined hi.
o .esumlng the session. Judge f!ear
.H-IM.e.1 of some other matters and
the,, (.x,,01, ,,. Jn , ,n . , k
. aylng there-was no money
, .,.,,. ,.,. ,lf lmr, s
mgb. be done In the meantime for pro-
en, Ing fmuls. hut. on the other hand
,Uvr tta p.ubablllt of no mure Jury
tl i1 until Mav. 190X It would take
llf.oou to pa the expenses until then
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