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Vol. XVI. No. 2874 '
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, 8BPTEMBKR 20, 1904
vumv. r o'nt
Big Island Is Solid
Says Delegate Kuhio
Delegate Kulilo returned today from
a campaigning tour on Hawaii and la
well pleated with Republican prospects
In all parta oC tlint Inland. He spoko
in every part of both districts on that
island, from Kalapana down In Puna
to northern Hanmktm nnd back down
tlio coast on Weal Han all. Ho wound
up his campaign with n ppeech at Kal
lua yesterday, laiiUea speaking from
tlio same stand to tlio pnmo audlcnip.
Tim Prlnco was an easy favorlto at tlio
Kallua meeting and from tlio reports
lirouglit on tlio Manna I.on, the Demo
cratic candldati) has not much show 00
tlio Dig Islam).
"Han all rnn be carried by the Ho
publicans tlilit year without any quc
tlon," said Kulilo, "If the workers In
very prcclnrt will etand by their
Kuns. Our Legislative ticket Is strong
011 both sides of tlio Island and "we can
lect our men without a doubt.
"I spoko In all the principal places
along both sides of the Island and
rould not ask for a ilotter reception. I
consider tho chancea for Republican
victory a great deal more flattering
than two years ago. At Kalapana,
where tho Homo Utile party hag always
been so strong, I would not bo sur
prised to Bee n Republican majority. 1
found that we liavo some work before
in to carry Olaa, and Walplo valley
continues to bo a knotty problem.
SI H flllA'S
Elama Purloined Clothes
While Owner Was
BID LUCK PURSUING
EAGER CHEFA PLAYE4
JOHN POE, JIM WEEKS AND NOR
MAN FRAZIER FINED FOR A
TURBULENT HOUSE AT
Klama, a Hawaiian, nppearcd before
Judee I.lndsar this mornlnc charged
with larceny In tho second degree I
Deputy Sheriff Chllllugworth read tho1
charge alleging that Elama had stolen
a coat, valued at t, a pair of trousers,
valued at ?5, nnd n ublrt valued nt
$1.25, from a Japanese named Fuji
yama. "What kind of clothes wero they?"
asked tho Court.
"Your Honor can seo for himself,"
replied tho Deputy, "Tho prisoner bat
them all nn."
Not only was tho prisoner shame
lessly wearing the clothes he had stol
en but tho manner In which ho had
procured them showed that he was in
(Continued on Pag 4.)
Cornet Clothes or Aim
SfeflK - ii
i H Sllr
Down there the imtlws claim to have
abandoned Homo Rule for tho Demo
cm tic party, but I And also that tin
list of Republicans Is nbout 7G per icnl
lnrgcr than It ever was before.
"Wo landed in Koliala so unexpected
ly that our meetings were not well ad
vertised, but tho sentiment through
that district is with tho Republican
party. Through the Konas wo are
Mronp. I apprehend no difficulties
thcie. Our meetings were everywhere
well attended nnd tno people showed
great Interest in wlint was paid.
"I will now do campaigning on
Oahti, speaking nt the Orpheum Satur
day night and then In tho outer dis
tricts. After Oahu I will take In Kauai
nnd Maul, returning to Oahu before
INSPECTORS OF ELECTION.
Inspectors of elections are being
asked to address the Secretary of the
Territory as to whether they Intend
to contlnuo to Bervc. There are tbrco
Inspectors In each precinct. Thoso on
tho other islands havo all been heard
from, but Oahu Inspectors havo failed
to communlcato their desires. Where
former Inspectors do not wish to servo
this year tho Secretary Is ready to
mako appointments next Monday.
Trialsmen Obiect To
Loafing An Hour
THEIR DUTY TO WORK, NOT
LISTEN TO LEGAL KICKS
A MAN FROM THE TWELVE-BOX
GET8 THE COURT'S EAR AND
PR0MISE8T0 KICK HARD.
Some of tho trial Jurors of Judgo
Gear's criminal court havo a most
strenuous kick coming nnd ono of
those crowded mornings they aro like
ly to nrlso In their Beats and make
speeches to the Bench, ventilating a
few of their long close-kept opinions
as to attorneys and things In general
In no half-hearted manner.
One of these long-suffering gcutlp.
men sought the ear of tho Court this
morning, during a momentary lull In
the galo of :"May It please your Honor,
I have a motion to makol I would ask
time In thlsl I am not ready in such'
and-such a casol I would beg a ruling
on this matter! Will tho court fix ball
for my client? I protest! I plead! I
(Continued on Pags 4.)
Is difficult to obtain and easy to lo.
For thirty years thousands of correct
dressers have had Implicit confidence
In the clothes bearing this famous
There are more reason for this than
there Is space In which to tell them.
Take BENJAMIN Spring Suits as an
example, The fabrics are rich, varied,
and exclusive; the fit is Individual and
perfect; the styles, like Poole's of Lon
don, are conservative but correct; the
tailoring Is equal to that of the best
London and New York custom-shops i
the prices are reasonable and right Is
it strange that BENJAMIN Clothes
have enjoyed public confidence for so
many years? Is it any wonder that
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.
are to America what Poole Is to Eng
land leadera In sartorial art?
We are Exclusive Distributors
here of this famous apparel.
The Kasli Co., Ltd.,
GEAR WILL NOr
GRANT MOTIUff TO
Judge Gear this afternoon denied
tho motion of Attorney J. J. Dunne,
representing defendant, to dismiss the
caso of the Territory against M. V.
Franca, alleged selling of liquor with
out a license nt Franca's half-way
hnuso on tho I'all road.
Dunne's motion win based on tho
contention that tho court had no Juris
diction In the cast, inasmuch ns tho
statuto provides that ono holding a
license, Mating tho provisions of the
license, shall be liable to a penalty of
$200. Defendant did hold a license, a
Federnl license. The stntuto says
nothing as to tho nature of tho license
nnif, beyond declaring that a violation
shall render holder llabto to a penalty
of $200, provides fur neither proseqi-
tlon or punishment.
Franca's caso Is still on, tho defenso
putting on witnesses this afternoon,
nnd is likely to occupy the rest of the
day. Trial Jurors not serving on tho
Franca caso wero ordered to bo In
court at 2 p. m. At that hour they
were excused until 10 o'clock a. ni. to
morrow. YOUNG BURGLARS
IN I tut
VI RY MANY PLEAS
Detective McDuflle this forenoon took ',
In hand the 'cases of Louis Freitas and
Hob Kellaa, who were arrested this
morning for burglarizing the flny
Owens residence last night. It was
found that .besides Owen's "place the
jouthful burglars had entered no less
than Ave different places. Tho victim
Ued places arc as follows:
Frederick s. Hnrrlfinn. l.unnllln
street. Electric pocket light nnd
wallan money taken.
Mrs. Halstead's residence. A trunk
was removed nnd a silk skirt and n silk
mat tnlten. Tl.n trunk nnd Rome nf Its
contents were found near the placo a ,H n yunK Hawaiian nnd holds n ro
fc wdays after tho robbery had oc- sponsible position on tho Honolulu
currcd. I plantation. Y. W Oooi'r.'u ani' other
Sllva's dairy ou King street. From ' hutiea from VyaRilun backed Oscar Cox,
this place the boys removed a trunk. who holds one of tho highest positions
They broke it open and extracted from n "10 Wnlalua, plantation. Charley
it $17.00. Tho trunk was found In an IIoart1' nominee from tho Tenth Pro
empty lot near tho dairy a few days c,nt,, '" foreman In Lowers & Cooke's
later. lumber ynrd and has been faithful and
Mrs. Lowers' Japnneso servants'' competent. Muhclonn Is In business
quarters at Punahou. From hero $1.00 for iiimBolf, was onro In tho Auditor's
In silver and n silver watch was taken. rai' a,1(l hM " excellent reputation.
Dr. Herbert's Jnpancso servant's Kullopu of tho Klghth Precinct, Is a
quarters on King street.
watches,, a chain and $27.00 in cash
Doth boys took part In all these burg
laries with tho exception of that In
Mrs. Lowers' servants' quarters, which
was performed by Kellaa nlonc.
McDuffle has already located all tho
Rtnlen tewplrv nnit rlnthlnir Tin
money tho boys havo spent In fast liv
Captain Chas. J. Campbell and C. J,
Hutchlns. tho Insurance man. aro ro.
norted to bo asnlrants for a nlaco on
tho Democratic leglslatlvo ticket for
tho Fourth District.
BIG BtlL CAUSES
UPROAR IN OURT
Attorney O. C. Hitting this morning
asked that Judge Dear fix ball In the
matter of a couple of Japanese indicted
for having had cue fa tickets In their
"Two thousand dollars!" said th
Hitting at onco strenuously protest
ed against what ho termed excessive
ball. "Why," said he, "ono of these do-1
fondants waB lined but $20 In tho l'o-
llio Court, while tho other was only
Attorney J W. Catlicait, represent
Ing another alleged die fa man, Joined
with PIttlug In emphatic protest.
Judgo Gear stated that tho codo pro
vided that ball could be fixed In a sum
doublo tlio amount ot tho lino pre
scribed. Ono thousand dollars Is the
amount of maximum fine.
Doth attorneys contended tlint even,
It defendants wero found guilty It wai
hardly to bo Imagined that so high a
LADIES' FACIAL MAS.StRE
By telephoning Main 2i. .ILENT
BARBER SHOP) ladles desiring fa
cial massage can secure the services
of an expert operator at their homes
TWO FORTS ARE CLAIMED
ON FIFTH'S II1I
II. C. Vlila, chairman of the Fifth
District Republican Committee resents
tlio criticism that has been directed,
against tho Republican Legislative'
ticket of that district by a pretended
Republican paper. Ho also rrpudlatej .
as unjust tho Insinuation that the party)
bailers In that district dictated numln-j
aliens. Ho says tho Flftii District can
didates represent the best Hawallaun,
are well educated and have occupied
responsible mid worthy positions in J
private life. Ho says thoy were chosen I
by their respective precincts without'
outside dictation and that each precinct
Is responsible for its representative.
"I admit," said Mr. Vlda, "that the,
ticket Is short of haolo representatives.
This cannot bo charged to Fifth Dis
trict politicians. Our leaders waited
en such men as S. E. Damon, F. T. I.
Watcrhouse, A. A. Adams, K. R. (.
Wallace, A. F. Judd and others and
urged them to run tor tho Legislature.
Our efforts wero In vain. Kach one
pleaded the pressure of private busl-
ncss. Evcryono bad an excuse. After
Adams was Otlt Of tho Senatorial race,
'I18 wn8 u'p o run for the House but
uu rriimvu. 1 mum we mm- inn 11 1 11
fnlr Hawaiian ticket from the Fifth
considering the attitude of these men
"'"' I11,'1" v,ho"CTO " lo r""- "r
mm.-!. 10 u finuv nuiirui vim-iii uivr iuv:
one of two years ago. ,
"Tho faultfinding Is uujust. Take It
In tho Uovcrnor s own precliut. where
Ha-i'Ite men have tho ubsolute control. Mm. Owens wero absent during the
(They could have managed mutters to "vcnhig. attending tho wedding of Miss
Blllt themselves. In the Sixth Precinct, j Fernandez. Mr. Hnskett, chief pay
A- "w nntI otI-'r limitation people tlfrk of tho Nuvnl Station, who lodges
flronuly endorsed Tom Kalawnl. Holw"h 'r. Owens, wns at tho house. He
""Bin young iiawnnnn, a primer ny
trade, a graduate or HL Louis College
and n good man. Jim Shaw, from tho
haole precinct, Is a graduate from the
Royal Hchool and with the backing of
"" Precinct is a strong mnn on our
ticket. I sec no reason for any Repub-
"cnn ,0 ho nnicil of the ticket In the
Tho Catholics of Japan, Korea, nni
Manchuria number 1IC.00O, mnrly nil
of whom aro ministered to by foreign
penalty as $1000 would bo Inflicted.
Attorney E. X Watson, champion'
Ing another supposed gambler, declared
that It was absolutely repugnant to a
Mr lQea ' JUBtlce to fix ball at $1000
or $2000 In a matter where a man was
I practically caught with a poker chip
or a clio fa ticket In his possession.
I Deputy Attorney General SI. F. Pros
scr, after tho general uproar, ramo to
the rescue with tho suggestion tlint the
prosecution deemed $000 ball sufficient.
"At tho request of the prosecution,"
said tho court, "ball is fixed nt $000
Are qualities which describe
the aJv.ut.iKM of the safe
depnsl v.iuli if this ompany.
hot In Mils v uilt Insures
a nfe reps tory for valuables,
ftihject to Hie owner's con
trol nnj c.id ly j. c ssable to
hoxes J? i ve r upward.
We mvlte ,in inspection.
On Anapuni Street
BOYS CONFESS HAVING
ROBBED MANY PLACES
MOUNTED PATROLMAN BARNEY
JOY GAINS CREDIT BY AR
RESTING PARTIE8 GUIL
TY OF CRIME.
Tho t'ollco Department Is today (o
be congratulated on ono of tho swift
est pieces of work over recorded in Its
annals. Not only did It do prompt
".work in brlnulnc an offender to Itiittlm
Wthln a few hours after a crime was
committed, but It also succeeded In
otlilnlnlnir Mii-Kral lmrelnrli-H which
havo taken placu of lato. Mounted
Patrolman llarnev Jov. whnsn uooil
KUH0 In making thu arrest was very
commendable. Is hlithiv nrnlsed bv his
ijsi nigui mo rrsiuenco ot liny
Owens, tho electrician, wns entered.
Tho houso Is on tho corner of Anapuni
sireel nnu wilder avenue. Mr. nml
retired nt 9:su p. m
whllo tho burglars
nnd was asleep
Mrs. Owens returned to tho house at
about 11:30 p. m. She heard a pecu
liar uotso In the back of tho house, but
attributed It to tho Japaneso servant
nnd paid no attention to it. fluy Owens
returned a llttlo Inter. Ho went to
open tho front door when ho found to
his surprlso tlint tho door was opon.
Ou entering tho houso Owens found
that several rooms had been ransack
ed. Thrco valuablo rings, forty Ha
waiian quarters, two Hawaiian dollars
und four Hawaiian half-dollars, and
some American coin wns missing.
Further Investigation developed that
tho burglars had broken In tho door
to tho Japaneso servant's quarters by
means of a largo pair of shears. From
hero they had taken n pair of Japan'
rso shoes and three shirts.
Owens telephoned to Deputy Sheriff
Chltllngworth, who nrrlvcd on thu
scene in short order. Ho saw tlint the
burglars had entered through tho
front door by means of a skeleton koy
and had made their exit through tho
back door, which is fastened with a
Chllllngworth telephoned to tho po-
Ilco station, giving orders that all tho
officers on beats should bo notified of
tho occurrence and told to keep a
sharp look-out for suspects.
The order reached Mounted Pntrol
man Harney Joy, who had tho King
street beat. At about 12:30 a. m., Joy
passed somo boys on King street by
August Drcler's place. At about 2 a.m
ho saw tho boys at tho same placo.
Ho decided that they wero suspicious
characters, but did not show his sua
plclon. Instead, ho entered Into a
good-natured conversation with them,
During the conversation Joy noticed
a ring on tho finger of ono of them
named Dob Kellaa. Ho asked Kellaa
whoro ho had gotten tho ring. Kellaa
said that a boy, named Koa, who Is at
present confined in tho Reform School,
had given It to him. Joy searched tho
boy's pockets and found in them a
pocket electric search light, soma skel
(iton keys, and somo money. This rtu
elded Darnoy tlint bo had tho guilty
party. Ho placed Kellaa under nrrcst
and took him to tho Btattou house,
whoro ho was locked up.
Kellaa this morning had an Inter
lov with Deputy Sheriff Chilling'
worth. In tho course of this ho admit
ted that ho and another boy, named
Louts Freitas, had entered tho Owens
houso. I In said that part of tho booty
was hidden under tho brldgo ueai
C,tl..,f1 n P
Wells Fargo & Co.
Masonic Temple Tel. Blue 53J
TONS OF SUPPLIES
WERE CAPTURED BY
WASHINOTON, D. C, September 20, 1904.
(Received at 11:45 a. m.)
To JAPANESE CONSUL, Honolulu:
Marshal Oyama reports that the further Investigation shows the following
additional trophies near Llaoyang: 14,880 bushels barley, 29,7(0 bushels bran,
1,960 bushels Chinese rice, 4,960 bushels cracked barley, 24300 bushels millet,
1,300 esses petroleum, 800,000 cubic yards firewood, 100 tons coal, 1,800 cases
lumo sugar, 343 Russian house and 214
also into our hands. Quantity of coal
roki's army It yet unknown.
To JAPANE8E CONSUL, Honolulu:
General Kurcki captured 200 tons of coal and 6,250 meters of trolley. (7)
Japs Were Repulsed
Associated Press Special Cablo.1
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept. 20. General Stoessel, commanding at
Port Arthur,' reports that two Japanese attacks were made on September 16.
Both attacks were repulsed.
Jap Position Strong
Associated Press Special Cable.)
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept 20. General Kuropatkln. reports that
the Japanese position at Beutsalpulze Is a strong one.
JAPANESE CLAIM TWO IMPORTANT F0RT8.
Associated Pross 8pi.-c.ial Canle.I
SHANGHAI, China, Sept 20. The attack on Port Arthur Is resumed. The.
Japanese have captured two Important forts.
TRAMP ARRE8TED AT R008EVELT HOME.
OYSTER BAY, L. I., Sept. 20. A
making an effort to see the President.
JOLIET, III., Sept. 20. The Populist party will nominate electoral tickets
In every State with possibly two exceptions.
TRENTON, N. J., Sept 20. The
Stokes for Governor.
CONCORD, N. H., Sept 20. The Republicans have nominated John Me
Lane for Governor.
ODD FELLOWS' OFFICER8.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cat., Sept 20.
Wright aa Grand Sire and E. 8. Conway
Treasurer were re-elected.
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES
A school shoe must be stronp and nf pool material, to
Mnnd h.irit Avar. It mu-t tit nrcumu'ly si as not to
injure crowing feet. Thrse quaii its are combined with
low prices here,
Boys' lace shoes of vici leaiher of velours calf, J2.50 and $3 pair
Manufacturers' Shoe Co ,Ltd.
go-downs near Llaoyang station fell
which fell Into the hands of General Ku-
WASHINGTON, D. C, September 20, 1904.
(Received at 1 p. m.)
tramp was arrested here today while
ARE IN IT.
Republicans today nominated E. A.
The Odd Fellows have elected R. E.
as Deputy. The Grand Secretary and
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