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Vol. XV III No. 3510 HONOLULU. TERRITORI OF HAWAII. MONDAY. OCTOBER 22, 19l)li Piuoe "f Obxtb
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PLANS FOR THAT
October 22nit, IftOB.
II. J. Mobsman, nsq., Chairman Ilrinocrallc County CorumltlPf. Ilo- -t
t Dear Blr: In responso to the icqucst mntle for u OIrciihrIoii of '
the Issues of tlm pruscnt cntnmluti In a point public Ucbata between 4
icjin'sentiillvi's of tbu Di-mocratlc and Itepubllcan parties, I wish to
cotivey to you the willingness of Hie Hepubllcaus to meet your speak- -f
ers In such a ileuatn.
f In this conliectloii, I desire to fiilimlt the followliu: rondlltons: t
1. Tho meetlnK to be heM ut ilm Orpheiun Theatre on Haturday,
MoveuilMT !lrd, 1U00.
2. Uacli sldu to bo represonled by thrfH speakers. Speakers In
alternate. The Democrats to open und the Hepubllcaus to time. t
' II. No tandldatB to tuku part it. tho debate.
i. The debuto to Include local as well as National Issues. No
personalities to be indulged In.
d. Kxpenses of the debate to be. equally divided. t
The following gentlemen will uct us u eomuiltti'o to arrange such
further details as may be necessary ulth u like loiuuilttee to he up-
jHiluted by jourself: (ieo. A. Davis and A. (1. M. Itobertsou.
- Yours truly,
II. i:. MUltllAY.
4- Chairman, Itepubllcan County Committee.
ttttHtttHtt tttft l l tHIMUHt
In Judge Lindsay's court this
morning thero were a number of ur
lulguireulH made as the result of the
lepurt of tho Uraud Jury Saturday.
Thero was an Indictment filed In tho
case of Antonu Carvalho, accused of
murder In tho first degree, but he did
not plead, reserving this privilege till
Tho only sentence given was In tho
tasu of Bhlgeoka, a Japanese who
pleud guilty to a charge of larceny In
the first degree, and was sentenced
to two curs In Jail. The entire list
ot uiralgttmcntH for the morning Is as
J, Itumon and N. l'acheio, burglary,
pleud not guilty. W. II. Smith, Ksq.,
appointed by the court to defend.
Shlgeoku, larceny, first degree;
pleu.l guilty; sentence 2 years' Im
pilsonment and coats.
Kolmliawul, burglary, second do
pice; plead not guilty.
Tul.o lliiayamu, assault with Intent
to mulm; pleud not gulltv.
Antonu Curvulho, murder In llrst
degreo; plea ruseived till Wednesday.
Joj Manuel, burglary in first de
gree; plead not guilty. Atturney 8am
lift Noar appointed by court,
A. I.. Chin, burglary In llrst degree;
Ah Kok, assault and battery, pleud
Ah Chong. larceny, plea icserved.
Youg Kal, ussault und battery, plead
(ieo. Kaupena, larceny llrst degree,
Albert Ah l.eoug, assault and bat
tery; plead nut guilty.
Tho new 2a-tou boiler for the lnler
Isluud steamer W. 0. Hull, which ur
ilvcd yesterday on the Neliruskau, Is
being lilac cil aboard the W (, Hall to
day. The escl has been undergoing
I epulis for soini! mouths pust.
well wearing, shape keep
ing garments that will
delight the moat fastidi
ous man. Every popular
pattern and cut Is rep
resented In our new
stock. All coata of this
season'a make from the
famous ALFRED BENJA
MIN & CO, have no venta
In the back.
For further Information
about wearing apparel In-
THE KASH G0.f LTD.
TPU MAIN 2
PORNF-H P0MT AND II0TPI, 8T8
LOW PRICED LAND
ON LILIHA STREET
A sale of land was held under tlm
uusplees of High Bheilrf William Hen
ry at the Executive building this noon
of four lots of property belonging to
Mary Nort, a mortgage on which had
I'een foieclosed by W. 0. Smith. Tbu
mortgage was to satisfy an execution
for I23U1.16 and tho property bold
Tho price at which the lots wero
sold was low, being only approximate
ly half the assessed alue, but In the
llrst one which came up for bids
thero wus a bit of spirited bidding
which run the prlcu up higher than
was expected by some of those, pres
ent. The land Is located near tho
corner or Wylllo and l.lllha streets,
und lot No. A 3, which consists of
Ill-lull acres of ground with a front
ii go or 200 feet on l.lllha street, was
bid In by W. W. Chamberlain In the
name, or Miss Mary Wlnne. The
prlco started at $500 and advanred by
bids or 50 at a bound till $800 was
reuehed, when a V lalsn on the part
of tho representative of Miss Wlnne
took Ihu land.
In tho next lot, one. of about the
same size, but fronting on a pioposcd
road running westerly rnmi l.lllha
street and parallel to Wylllu street,
tho first offer was $300, which caused
u tart response from Auctioneer Mor
gan and the prlco promptly advanced
to $800, when a bid of $! more on the
part of O. J. Ilolsso took the land.
Tho last sale was or two lots sold
together which were assessed to $!,
00 apiece, but which wero bid In by
I,. A. Thurston without any opposi
tion for $tr00 for the two.
Among those present at the sale
wero Win. Henry. W. O. Smith, h. A.
Thurston. E. C. Peters, O. C. Olsen,
W. Smithies. O. J. House. O. 1..
Sampson, It. V. Andrews, W. V.
Chamberlain, J. W. Catluart, A J.
Campbell. K. 8. McClrow. C, 8. Hollo
wuy. !'. H. Sleere.
Wsa liLrfk. fitrntL.. J
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tAuioctatrd I'rru Sirrlaf Cabttt
IRONTON, Mo. Oi) 22. Jotepli
R. Burton, former United Statea Sen
ator, began serving hit aentence to
day for having accepted bribes.
fJdocfafril 1'rtn Sp'cUtl CahU)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 22
The battleship California went out on
Its 'trial trip today.
Mclrirr! I'roi Special Cablt)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 22. The
difficulties over the estate of the lata
Herman Oelrlchs have been settled
cut of court.
WORCESTER, Mass., Oct. 22. Diph
therla It epidemic in this city.
DROWNED IN STORM
MOBILE, Ala, Oct. 22 Seventy,
nine persons have been drowned here
during a storm.
DIE !TJE SEASIDE
If the transport Sherman gets in
this afternoon there will be a dance at
the Seuslde this ewuiiig. If not the
dance will be held tomorrow evening
The It. M. 8. Aorungl ui rived from'
Victoria ut II p. in. last Sutiiiduy, with
n considerable number of passengers
ror Honolulu. Shu left at 10:30 yester
day morning tor the Colonies.
A safe-depo< box In our vault la
absolutely burglar proof, The time
lock, aet for eight o'clock each morn
ing, prevents opening prematurely,
A safe place for your jewels and
rim Coraoanv. Lid.
Sff' Fori HI, Uwlul'i
OF HIS CANDIDACY
"I announced that I would not
be a candidate) for tho LeglMa-
lure, on account of business rea-
sons, months beforu the prim
i nrles," said V. T. I'. Walerhouse
this noon In sneaking ot the rer
erence made to him In Ibo report
or the Civic Federation Commit-
t- tee. Tho report soys lit wan
forced Into the County) nomliin-
tlou by the machine to kill off
"I announced myself In nil HVee
papers as a candidate for County
t- Treasurer weeks before the prlm-
nrles. It would be Impossible for
f me to serve in the Lcghl.iluic ut
"I'm a Democrat the parly of hoped
Ijok at wJ A. Kinney, l lie leidei und
glance at the ticket of the Deinii p.uty.
Men of honest Intentions. They don t
wnnt to send out all! Kuliinlumiolc to
Washington to work ror these sugar
barons, nor tor these bloated capital
ism, ror merchants und lutiken I hey
wnnt u man to go to Wushluglon who
will work ror us, the j'oili- anil nut
lor these rich people who Is not In
need ur anything."
The foregoing was spoken from the
polltlcnl box at the corner or llelhel
'und King streets ut noon I,'.'j'
? ' --s-
M ME ftR '
Judge Dole spent suiiiu time this
morning out criminal cases which
have been brought to his attention by
the Federal Grand Jury Tho most In
teresting or these promises to be that
or Uino Sato, a Jupaueso woman,
charged with bigamy In this catu At
torney John D. White, who Is said to
he n member ur the lteorganlzed
Church or tho Latter Day Saints, n
sect or tho Mormons who do not be
lieve In polygamy. Is acting In the de
fense und says that lie will bo coin-,
polled to send to Japan for evidence
which will prove the Innocence) of his
client or the charge made.
The case or i:. Kiiust, charged with
using the malls for fiuudulent purposes
was set for November 7, that ot Milita
nt and Molekit, churned with ndulteiy,
set over till next term, or l' Costa and
I'. Macello, charged with stealing nap
kins and towels from tho transport llu
lord, set ror Wednesday and that of
Lee 8a Kee lor November 2.
S FillY BROKEN
llaclifeld & Co. this morning re
ceived a wireless message from t lie
K0I0.1 plantation, reporting that I'A
Inches of ruin had fallen ut Llhue and
KoIoj. W. Pfotcnhaucr stated thai
while the long spell of dry weather,
which had provalled then, had not iu
yet become serious, still the news of
the rulnfall wus exceedingly welcome,
Those, who ure Interested 1n tho Mc
Uryde 'iluututlou show their Kutlfuctlon
caused by the rain, us It Is cousldeied
fairly certain that thai plantation must
u I so huve received tome or tho lain
DR. TAYLOITS ESTATE
The reuort or the nnurulsers of th'
estate of Dr. W K, Taylor, deceuked.
was tiled In Judge lie Holt's couit thU
Mild fulfill Tin fif'i'Olltif Alifiivu flit. .in.
Into to be worth $21111.25, rather less
mill wus cx'iecieu i lie uppruiseis
vein .full ll.lfi lil'lnl 111- A llil.ti.lliri
uud W. W Chuuiberlulii,
The ciisu of Till Ylck, u Chinaman
accused of violating tho pure food law
liv hiiltlntr riilli-ii Kiilimiii la liMm-ft
Judge Lindsay this morning. He wus
linen i.iii in lliu insula couit anil tlm
cuse is o liuppeul Judge deal Is ut
tormy for Hie defense, uud Depul-At-loiney
tleiiurul 'rnter lor Ilm piosi
. in Ion
lloniikuu cciiu'd ki Indliig nine last
Thursday, uuonllim In Hie lepori of
I'nuor llmlwiiy n( lliu slmiuiei' Kucaii,
Kiiriiilliuelii will be HiiiiiihIi iiIhiiii Urn
llrsl wrel, ill Nuti'lUhcr lilglit lllllldlixl
hugs limiii Will lllllull lliu smikoii lui
Hut llisl-niiiiii'd phuu
'ji IHmoii iUII lie Iiiiiitfuiinl IW
lAntotlalrd l'rct RjecM Cab,
OQDEN, Utah, Oct. 22. One per
son haa been reported killed and
$100,000. of damage done by a storm
that la raging through the Western
lAnitcUitd 'real Uptclnl Cable I
LONDON, Cngland, Oct. 22. Bank
er Macradyen, whose house made an
itslgnment last week, haa committed
tAnncllteJ rr w:Utl Cabli)
NEW YORK. N. Y. Oct. M P. T.
White, the broker, has suspended bus
(Attoclalet rrtu S-flaX Cable)
CHANQLETEFU, Oct. 22. The
army or China, numbering 30,000
troops. Is holding maneuvres here.
A magnificent finish for a
new grade of very durable
furniture. Chairs, Rockers,
Desks, Tables and Magailne
Tables are now on display of
J. Hopp & Co,,
1053-1059-1005 BI8HOP 8T,
WCDDINQ SILVER AND BIRTH
have a value aside from the Intrinsic.
You want thtm for their associations,
The burglar burgles for their value In
coin. Put them In our care and fool
Ti'mmi UmniHMiy. l,ti.
i n m
But Not Enough Coin
To Pa Band's
HE DICTATED TELEGRAM
TO SUPERVISOR SMITH
SOME NEW SIDELIGHTS ON HA.
WAIIAN BAND AFFAIRS.
HAVE TO SAY
According to . Wllllum A)lott. n
member or the Hawaiian bund, said
to he stranded in Oiunhu ror luck of
funds to return here, J, C, Cohen, the
manager who took the baud out, has
uttered Into a twenty weeks' contract
with an Hastcm man, Hopkins by
name, to play In alt or the leading
Kastvrn and Southern cities next
minnier. Meanwhile Cohen says he
lias nol money to pjy the three
months' salurles now due aud amount
In to about IIOIIOO- neither tun h
ing iu uooui iu.iiuv, in nut r lau u
, i . . , . ' .',, , , ,
furnish muds to get his bund bomu
ir Honolulu will pay the expe-nses of
the men buck, he hopes for better
luck next time.
Aylutt lonflrms tlm hard luck tnlo
icild In Ihe letter which Captain II.
Uvrger of the Hawaiian Hand Mint by
Ajrlctt to. W. HtuHh. rhalrmau or
the County Hoard or Supervisors,
wherein the writer states that no nal-
nrles whatever havo been paid In the
last two mouths, that there Is no
money with which to purchase rail
way tickets from Omaha to San Fran
cisco, much less steamer passugo fioni
the city of the Northern bay to Hono
lulu. Cohen Is broke all right." said Ay-
lett this morning, when seen by a
Iliillclln rep' I er. "When we nsli
him fur mo' he says, 'I hawi not
nuy mom.; . at can 1 do?' mid there
ou aie. 'i ki bos haven't had uny
money, not even llfly cents to get u
little tobacco or n cigarette. They
are simply living from hand to
"Did Cohen Instigate thu loiter
which Ileiger wrote?" wus asked.
"No; Cohen did not know un) thing
tibuiit tho letter," replied Aylett.
"The boys got together and had u
meeting und I told them tho best
'hlng they could do was to statu the
rase and I would bring tho letter back
with me. It's threo months today
since they havo had any salaries.
Why, the thirty-six men's salaries un
paid now amount to about $8,000, and
the Quintet Club is owed $2,000 more.
I don't know what they uro going tu
do. Cohen has not had a successful
tour. Ho mado the mistake of book
ing tho baud ror tho theaters instead
ol the parks, and wo did not have
good houses after thu first two
months. I told thu boys nut to go
eastward, hut to try to work their
way westward, so that they wilt bo
nearer California all the time. They
r.ro bad enough off as It Is, without
sitting stianded any farther Uast.
(Continued on Page 7.)
1051 I'orl Street,
Are Making Big Claims
Which Facts Do
DAN CASE REFUSED
OPPORTUNITY TO REPLY
RECORD SHOWS CORNWELL VOT-
ED FOR PROPOSITION II T.
NOW IS TRYINO TO
Spirliil to the llull'lln '
Wallukii. Mnul. () t. l!i -The polit
ical put on Maul Is oiling now ami
will soon rise to fever heat unless tho
Home Huh' candidates change their
mode or attacking the itepiiblluiii
candidate, John ,M. Vivas, Independent-Home
Itnlo-Deiuoc nitle candidal"
for County Attorue started the ball
rolling by Issuing tumpiilgn literatim
in i:tigllsh und Hawaiian to the clec-
toratn of Maul t'oiintv unking their
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M""'k"'i - i" ""' """ ""' "
. ,. . . ,.,.,., nMll,. ,,. ,.
'don him lor nut coml
,Hllliaj miMl .r
j i ,, pecuniary
oles. us he wus
I no i.. .i pecuniary position 10 no so
us hlk llepuulKuns irienus were
hu boldly charged D. 11. Case. Hcpiib
llcnu candlil.ito for County Atioruey
wlth willful neglect of duty in sever
ul Instances which ho did mil tuio to
enumerate In his humble manifesto.
At Liihaluii, however, ut a Homo
Hulii meeting held on Wednesday
evening, Mr. J. M. Vivas made Ills
famous charge against the Hepiibllcan
candidate ror County Attorney ror
criminal negligence or duty in Hint
he utterly railed to Investigate the
death or the Ihe Japanese children.
esultlug from the breaking ot the
upper ic-scnolr of Ihe Wallukii Sugar
Company last April ut Wulknpii, und
Hint there hag never been nuy Inves
tigation by tint (liund Jury to xliat
end, und that If ho were County At
torney neither tho weulili of u Cioe
mis or n Itocl.cfcllcr or un 11. 1' ll.ilil
win, nor even u thousand dollar con
trlbutlon from Mr. (' II. Wells to his
I campaign liind would deter him one
single Yccoud In causing n Ihoioiigh
Investigation to bo made or the affair
to he followed by n most rigid ptoso
cutliin of the offenders. Here lie
rrovvd finhtared Vivas and yi lied
"Vle In o Vivo!" iih tho Jerome o'
Maul County, and thu one above a
the olliels who Is expected to ptilg"
Maul County nud her much oppress,
ed electors from the tyranny and cor
ruption or the Ilcpubllcniis'
Mr. Case, w ho was present uiked
permission or tho chairman tn bo al
lowed nn opportunity to repl to Mr.
Vivas, but the chairman leplled that
slnco Mr. Vivas has been received in
to tho Home Itule fol.l. Mr. ('use could
answer tho charges nt any other
meeting but a Homo Itule mcellug.
W. II. Coruwell. tho lone Homo-Itule-Democrntlc
Supervisor of Maul
County, also a caudldatu for ro-oloc-llon,
was also one or tho speakers at
tho meeUiig, and ho proved himself
one or tlw biggest Homo Itule guns ot
the century, lie hud Just returned
from a tour of Molokal, where he had
worked In Invor of J Ualiluul. tlm
Home Itule candidate for Molokal Su
pervisor who is running ngalnst T.
T Meyers, the Itepilblleuu ciiudlduto,
(Continued on Page 2)
"Yes" for Wear;
"No" for Tear
Gun-Metal Calf gives more satisfac
tion when put Into shoes than any
other leather known The strong re
sisting qualities makes It an Ideal
fall and winter (hoe Although soft
to the feet and shines like patent
leather it doesn't burn like old-fash.
Ion calf Every business man should
wear this leather. Four new lasts
added to our stuck, The Pic, Hulbert,
Potay and Baltimore. Both high and
V3.50J $1.00; $4.50 and $5 00,
Shoe Co , Ltd,
'Phone Main 282
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