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EVENIN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, II., SATtlttDAY. DEC. it, I90.
You can heat the baby's bollle In one minute by simply turning
en the electric current Into ore of the new Ingenious water healers
which we have now In stock.
No dirt, odor, danger of fire and no waste heat.
The heater Is a neat little pan that you can place beside the
bed, on a table or bureau, anywhere. Very simple and useful.
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Td. Main 390
The greatest amusement and health resort ever established In this Tar
rltory will open Its doors with an Invitational aquatic exhibition on the
This great Bathing Pavilion eon
SWIMMING POOL tains a fresh water swimming pool
45x73 feet, In which there are 1S8.00C
(,'allont of pure artesian water. This water Is changed every 48 hours
and has a continuous flow of 1,000 gallons every hour.
Well appointed Oriental Turkish Baths with lounging room and sleeping
apartments. .Open all night. .Med
TURKISH BATHS leal massage a specialty.
In connection will be conducted up
BOWLING A L L T. Y O to date Bowling Alleys. .Equal to any
In the United States.
In all Its latest developments will
PHYSICAL CULTURE' be taught privately and In class.
Results absolutely guaranteed.
LAOICS' DAYS (Ladles Only),
Tuesdays and Fridays, 3 a. m. to 12 m.
BUSINESS MEN, Tuesdays and Fridays, 12 m. to 7 p. m.
PRIVATE PARTIES UPON APPLICATION.
RIGHT OF ADMISSION RESERVED.
HOURS 7 A. M. to 10 P. M.
PRICES Plunge, 25c; Turkish Bath, $1.00 (Including plunge), all night,
$1.50; Bowling, 25e; Physical Culture, Massage, Swimming Instructions
upon application. Spectators, 10c. MONTHLY RATE8.
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! New Years !
HERE 18 AN
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CHINESE CROCKCRYWARL, MATTING, VA3ES,
CHINESE AND JAPANESE IVORY AND SILVERWARE,
DRESS SILKS, DOYLIES, HANDKERCHIEF, and
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Ws Invito your Inspection of goodt, Our prices only require a rf.lnl
mum profit, Mill orders promptly filled.
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Ut NUUANU ST.
Eve., Dec, 29. 1906
EXCELLENT LINE OF
23 HOTEL STREET
Says That Poor Food Is
Given Certain Classes
Tliu following letter from n primmer
named 1'. Naofte. addressed tu t ho llul
lollii, lias been received, wherein
charges of discrimination arc mailu
ugalnst thu Ontm Jail authorities, par
ticularly Deputy Warden nurko;
Oaliu Jnll, Honolulu. T. It ,
Dec. Sltli, 190B.
OPENED I.ETTEI KIIOM PHIS'
ONi:R8 Of OAIIU JAIL.
Mr. IMItor, Dear air: If 1 hftvo
found grace from )m then Is all right,
It Is said that Oahu Jail Ik going well
nt ccr) thing nmong tho prlKoncrs, It
Is not true. 1 may glvu ou a briefly
information as follows:
Thcro aro four grand divisions of
prisoners among us ns well as wc now
known, (A) Prisoners nro taken charg
ed thu Htorc Room, Hospital and feed
ing others prisoners (conks and their
chief) This Is tho First class.
2. Prisoners who taken charged of
Htablcs, the have second class food.
Tin llrsl and second class prisoners
the) huvo g(Hl ruff eo mixed with su
3. Prisoners who look charged tho
llttlu gardens and do sudoral work as
shoe maker, sewjng clothes, and nth
I. Prisoners who work out as Mn
klkl (land. Kamollllll (land, Normal
School (inml and Walklkl (land. Tho
Third and Fourth Divisions they hno
poorest fiMiil and meat, they drank
their teas both inornlug and evening
without sugar. Thu chief conk has an
tnformallon from thu Deputy Jailer
(Mr. Ilurku), If liu treats thu prison
ers less expenses the samo would bo
pardoned In two enrs; thereforo
chief cook (as no o.illed) i.ircfiilly
looked over I lie crumbs throw n in thu
barrels for pigs b) pilsoncrs bu care
fully taken back In kllchen tu make
n hash And bo given to prisoners of
third ittul fourth division as their best
meat Instead of given salmon, ill eury
morning and go to work.
Oh! How poor they are??
Tho big gand of Maklkl has .10 and
sometimes 45 Is glcn small rice, pol,
brend ami meat (beef). Thev wnrkel
In morning there and drank their tea
without sugar is likewise as utherH
gands (Kamollllll, Normal Hhool, and
I again tell )ou for the Chief cook,
his inline Is Mr. I.lndell, ho was sen
tenced of the jears, be Is thu big man
In )ard white the promise has given to
him ho tried to cut bn ad, meat and
leu, by a rciibon of hss exiieuso for
honour of his boss Mr. Ilurku (Deputy
Jailer). Wo will drink tea without
sugar he was apKiluted as chief cook.
(Jour tea kettle Is a Copper pot, liu
boiled thu tin mid we drank out t
It, and tho water (lea) left was kept
for Hiiother da) mixed with a now
little Htutf, mi wo will clrlr.k next lime
tho leaiualii'ii-; tea u whole week; In
to doing we a- I -oLcii down, weak,
feeble and hlckl) Ml. Haruo) Is an
other big nun In )ard, ho has u ihargu
as well as utlurs of us, but ho has a
rich rood, so llo)d Onbiilfiil has nev
ir take eare good and' s) nipathy with
blck prlsonciH, uxcopt a ".cry few. If
it kanaka prisoner asked for sick, the
Deputy Jailer asks ilojil a few words
and the same bu sent out to hanl la
bor In the heat of Rim and tho cold ot
wind and rain, Wu get sick In working
giound and cannol do as a strong
or faithful man while he serve out his
sentence, when liu returned was ro
(Hirted to Mr. Ilurku b) l.unas and be
put in dark tell on account of work
lug winkly oul tho working ground.
Poor Prisoner Thu crumbs which
pilsoner's thrown In pig's barrels tire
Mild for nine dollars a month, mid
empty bags o( sugar also; that money
wo do not know where the) gone. I
supposo thai money belongs to us, wu
bought sugar from the money wu kept
In Oflleo since we camo in to survo
out our sentences. Some prlsoncra
who tack of money hu held up his cup
of tea without sugar In Ills hand, look
id In. louked round, mid with a do-
cpaltcd looking ho b allowed up
' Kiitim tnisnnein tin v have exnenso St.
or $1 5(i a month for sugar and elgar
cites on account of pity to other pris
oners who have none em h as ubovu
The turn kes has no authority over
tho kitchen, but hu also gavo an or
dcr how- to give and past out our food
from there. If soino ones wanted to
exrhnngo his meal to other, tho turn
key robs mid takes away from that
man leaving him starve Wu have
supplies with hones Instead ot salmon
tome il.i)B ago and hu (Deputy Jailor)
commanded us to cat what had been
given during that lime as wu marched
up in oflleo to tell him that the hones
lu our plates wy cannot eat thereof.
Some ot u they-threw their best meat
(bone) in pis i barrels, aud slept lu
P. E. R. Strauch
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
iWAITY BUILDINC, 74 KINO 5T
that night without supper while he
camo hack from tho hard labor out
Maklkl. Poor Prisoners?? Wo got
nlcntv mora to tell you. but still wc
trust nn )ou to pul in your paper with' I
out Delay not, bill It you hellcvo not
thtii, anil tho readers chooso A Rooj
rnmmlttnn nti.l pnmn In tn Iniraflfffltn '
among tho Mnklkl, Kamollllll, Normal
School, and Walklkl gand, to see the
true or not. Wo aro ready for jour
coming to meet faco to faco and apeak
ThU brief letter la pleading
mercy of out-8ido people.
Tho mercy of Chriatlnn men, the
mercy of men of tabus, and more tu
thu mercy of tmr I.eglHlature.
Awaiting )our prompt rely an lii
publish 'in oiir paier. Aloha nut.
In tho letter rcfcrcnco is made to
Harney and Mndcll. Tho former is
rcrvlng n J5-)cnr scntonco for Bhoot-
Ing and killing Yardmastcr Loorbccr
at tho O. It. & U Co. station some
)cnrs ago. I.lndell wns convicted ol
an unnatural crlmo not qulto a )onr
Philip Nnone, tho writer of tho i
i.iii'i hi. -ir.. -. i...-.ii..
letter, kilted his wife nt Kawalalmo
about two )cars ago.
n very sensational one.
The following nffects tho List
Lights, Ruo)s and Da) marks In tho
Twelfth Ughthouso Subdlstrlct.
Welles Harbor, page 17. About Jan
miry I, 1907, changes as follows will
be mado in the following-named aids:
Hew aril Hoads Rango Front Day Ilea
ion, a black, wooden triangle, 8 feet
high, npex up, surmounted b) a lole
with horizontal crossplecu. The size
nf tlm trl.itiiTiti n 111 I in lnrroutiil hv
adding two feet nt the bottom, and
thu triangle will bu marked
Welles Harbor llnngo Front Day
Deacon, a black, wooden triangle, 1U
ftet hlgli, npex up. The blzo of thu
tiimmlu will bo Increased by wMliu
f feet nt the bottom, and the center
of thu triangle will bo marked with a
Welles Harbor Range. Rear !)iy
Deacon, n black, wooden trlatmlc, 10
feet high, apex down, supported b) a i
!.. ... ". .......- "temporarily wrest It from the United
anglu will bu Increased by adding I AWct bul lh.lt ttoll( ,m0 ,)llt
feet nt tho top, nnrt tho center, pf Iho ,rn,K cC(l 1I1M)1I ln ,,, ollllomi.
trlnuglo will hu marked by a wliltu ,,r ,lr, ,-OI,iHet
vertical strli I foot wide. I "Tlc ltllci, s,n,r. ,. ,..- .....
Ily order of tho Llghthouso Hoard
J. F. CARTKR
Lieutenant, t;. 8. Navy, Assistant
to tin Inspector of thu l"th
Notice Is hereby given that aliou'
January A, 1907, (and contimilns uuti'
the ro-cstnhllshment of thy first-order
light) n fired white, third-order lens
lantern light, Illuminating the entire,
horlron, will be established nt this sta
tion. Tho light v.'lll be 3C feet above
the Imi.o of the structure from which it
will be shown -mil '.M feet above mean
high water, and It will hu visible lli'i
mllis In rlcnr v.eather.
Thu approximate geographic pobltlon
tvf the lt;ht, as taken from Chart No
U31 or the United States Coast and
Ooilitli Survey, will lw latitude" north
18 dig. 17 inln. 17 tec., longitude wes
123 ilg. II mill. 13 sec
Thu light will be shown from a four
sided, luperlng frame tower, unpalntcd
White fng-slgnal building, with red
roof, iidjolna light-tower on the north.
Old roniia! towcr'd) feet east of fog
signal building is being removed. Olill
white dwelling that stood 1,0 feet In
rear of old conical ttrwur has been re
moved. I'uiii now dwelllnss are unilt i
construction at a point M)U feet S. W.
from light (ower.
On the samo date the present tem
porary tlxed, white lens-lantern light
on the outer gable of the fog signal
striatum will lie iH-rmaucntly discon
tinued II) oiiler of the Light-House Hoard.
II. T. MAYO.
('iimmnniler, U S. N Inspector, U'th
PANAMA CANAL CONTEST
'Hie result of the lount made l'rl
da) night, Dteeinber "filth. Is shown be
low High Tehool I99SI
Punahou , . '. llh'.'
St liuula College HUil
Kaahiimanu School :!7i5
Catholic Sisters School
Queen's Hospital .. .
Kaulitnela School . .
Normal School .
.. . '!7b9
SI Andiow'a Priory 670
Mills Institute .-..
Kauniualll Lodge GluH.O M J
Pa Iflc HebcUh Lodge
Olive Hranch Lodgu
Malle lidguNo. I, K. of P. ..
Honolulu Cnglm ciiug Assn
I hi i ontest will i lose Munda), Pc-j
etiuber Jt, at i, p m All uniolU
khould be dijxiolted at the Hawaiian
Gazelle ofllce bctnre that hour
REAL ESTATE THAN3ACTION
Entered for Record Dec, Zi, I90S,
.From 9 a. m. ta 10:30 a, m,
Llzzlo K Davis to Jacob Coerpcr
Ituv P A
Coal your Iron roofs with "Arable"
You will lie.Mirpiluil at Its tooling and
I iirekcmtivs propettlcb Calliurula
1 r-e-d Co aintb
. , , ,
GOVBmOr PdrCIOO AqVISBS
Not TO RPMITIA
The prcs throughout the European
world l deep In the discussion of n
liisrlbln conflict between tho United
Sl.iles ami Jnp-tn The military and
nnvil expats throughout Great llrltaln
mil th nintlncnt are confldcnl that n
rlah Is sure to conic
Knlscr William of (icrmnny Is said
to have discussed the matter I reel
with his confidants and expressed him
self ni siiicly rxprrtlng n (inssage nt
ipiud ttAttt n iti iftttt tiit n IihI
,, t . ,. , .... ,, , .' - ,
"o hlis I"" atchlng the drlfl of nf-
f-tl In the Pacific is a know n fact lie
'"" """ """(believes that the United Stnlcs will J
Tin inn oniy nuer n uaru uauie.
Russia has nf Into been adding con-
shlcrablo stiffness to her upper M
flhUrntlvely rpenklng. In ncgntljtlons
that nrr now going on In St. Pctcrsbuig
i nnu iosio regnruing ine Amur river
'colonization schemes. This bold front
In called forth by their confidence in
the United Stales to ultimately control
the Paclflc ocean lis full width. The)
nrc etpiall) sure that Japan will never
agree In such mensuics until she has
A well known naval oHcer of tUl
llrltaln has this to k.o
'Ko long as the United .States clings
lo the Philippines she will b? n men
'"" '" ,llc supremacy of Japan 111 the
, t Paclflc.
with n ' -'tine, .uniiiia is recognizeii U) ex
, ,fg ' perls of the art ol warns the kc) to the
cm lent. Living witliln sulking illu
mine of lloticl.lllic. Slnriiliimv Ynkn.
I .... .'.,..
"""'"" "" ""' "",' T" """
T" P '" "rleiital ronr
merce. As u rommercl.il outiHist. Ma
nila has no supriloi in the world wlun
ilr KCOKrnplik.il limit Ion Is cousldcieil
At a iciiupatutlvcl) miuill expense tt
lould be ni fortllled us to del) the
navies nf the world
"In the event of war Japan might
tlcxia resourris lu men and moiiev
would surely crush Japan lu the long
run, uud when tho terms ol peine were
dictated from Wmdilngtnu, as thev
would be, the Philippines would pass
back to United Slates control. Of
courbc, every effort will bo made b)
the oDIcluls ot Ixitli nations to avoid a
conflict, bul thcie must bo u point ot
Impact comewhero sooiici oi Intel.
"You may set II down as a llxed fatt
tli.it the United States from this time
on lb going to control the destinies of
the Pacific "
O. II. Tvcitmoe, tho head of the Anil
Japanese and Korean league, sat in
his office at the Trnde mid iJilsir Coun
cil and expressed hlmscll in regard tu
the order of thii Hoard of IMuintlou
segregating the J.ipaneo school chil
dren, ns follows
"Wo hold that the San Francls,.-"i
school iHiard Is well within lis rights
In the uctinn It has taken," bald 'I veil
nine "We have vlolatid no treaty. We
have the best advlns utun liiteruation
nl law- as to that. Theodore P Ion,
professor ot International law at liar-
viinl. has so held, and bo have the -m
thorltlrs of our own State I'ulverslt)
Profeiwr Ion holds, without going ut
all Into tho question of louites), or
what is tailed the 'comity ot nations.
that Japan has the worst of tho argil
nieut with the United States. Profes
sor Ion bii)s that Japan has likewise
thu right to retort with an order to
Keep Aliiirkan i Million out ol Japan
esn s'hools without endangering the
treaty nt nil.
"lmk at the Japanese in Hawaii,'
'Ivetmoe went on "I'lnn law-abiding,
peaceable people the) are, where the)
have soldiers, companies and regiments
of their ov. n And thev lire ollleercd,
If you have a Kodak you
can preserve Interesting
glimpses of Daby's life from
year to year. Every month
Is an Important one in the
Baby's early history and you
will dearly treasure your baby
pictures when the little one Is
well on the road to Grown up
1 SUPPLY CO.
Take a Picture of
aro they not' The while people do not
want them there. Oh, )cs, I know
that the sugar planters want them Hut
they have driven out the white me
rhanlcs nearl) The) will make a Jap
anese rotonv ot the Hawaiian Islands
J II Mrlle) nobis, who Is connected
with the Attornc) General's office In
Washington, hut now on nn oflb lai
visit to Ran Prnnclsco, wns closeted
with United States Attorney Devlin
mol of n day, nnd the matter of the
segregation of the Japanese public
school puplfs and the proposed suit to
1 13 Instituted to tcRi the case In the
United Slates cotnts were gone over
Governor Pardee, of California, ex
praised sentiments, lu regard to the
Japanese question, full) in s)inpnth
with the State That the Preildent
could not grnsp n complete Idea of the
Japanese problem without making n
personal luvcstlgntlon any more (linn
lie could arrive nt a clear understand
ing of the Panama C.iual without go
ing to see Ho thinks the peoplo of
California should not get excited, ns
conditions will surely light themselves
On the nbovn subject Governor Pardee
had the following to sn)
"M" own notion Is that the Presl
dent, not understnnillng our situation
with regard lo the Japanese, Is mistak
en In the position he has taken In this
matter. The laws of this State Justlf)
San Prnnclsco lu the isisltlou It has
tnkeu In reg-ird to the Japanese and
our schools. And until It has been
proved that our laws arc wrong and
mo overridden by tho proper milhorlt).
Ir., the courts. It Is safe tn sa) there
will be no change lu this regard Nor'
do I. or the great majorlt) ol.lfnoti.il
the .epln ,,f California, agree with lb.
President In his Idea that the Japanese
shall be given the ballot
"The President, In common with the
great majority ol the people of the
Hint. iloe. tun i,,i,.i,i n,o ri,i, t.
and Japan-re uuestlon ns we do. The ,lpr ,ho 'lc Act- "u'rf ,w ""
do not undeilnnil how utterly Unas- "ippeal from Hu- d.clslon or tho Terrl
slmllable wKh us these Asiatic iteoplcs torlijl Supremo Court, except on con
are, nor docs he, noi do they realize stltuHonul iiuestlons.
ns wc do. the danger of permitting tin. Illcrro, vho Is ver) wealth), ilcclur
restrlctcl Immlgnitlon from Iho crowd -'l ""it I'1' '"'I ""t Intend to bo beaten
ed millions ncrois the Paelllc -( In that wny Ho went back to tho
have no ipiarrel with China ot Jiipnti Hlntes. declaring Hint oltboiuli thu
but we think we know what It minus (amount Involved was nut large, hu
becauso wu have somo experience with j "as willing to sienil K'O.UOO to win
It, to have thousands ol thusc unasslm his point Ills method of beginning
liable people iiuiunr, us. wnB original nnd masterful, to say the
"I am a great ndmtrii of President least. Hu went to Wnshlngtou nnd
Itooievcll I lielluvo thoroughly In his niicreeded III getting through Congress
honest of purport, his murage and In rider tn uu appropriation bill, allow
his grenl nblllt) He has done imiih If? nppeabi fnini the decision of thu
very mm h tu cuilcnr him lo the people supremo en trt of Hawaii when thu
ol this loiiutr) and this State And niuonnt Involved Is over IS.0UU,
even his mistake In thin Japanese 'lhi s.rmlts of an appeal being
question, rnrjl is n ml take, does not ! taken In the suit against tho Kona
mnka me loie faith In him Ho Ims I people Ihls suit Is to romu up in
made every few mltnks, anil the few I the United Slates Supiemo Court, and
he has made arc-fni, fa outweighed b) Cathcart, It Is staled, has gono back
the man), many good things hu has lie-1 tu represent some of thu Kona mill
compllshed Therefore, whllo Callfor-, sople, partlculurl) C. Hulchlnu.
lila cannot ngrce with the IVenldcnl on
the Japanese ipiestlor, that Is no rea
sou for us to lose fall'i In him. the man '
to whom we gave over 100.000 majorll)
two cnra ago. In the meantime, na
I look at it, there Is no ounslou foi
iiny of us to get etc Ited. We oughl (o
be ablo to disagree, evm with thu Pros-
Idenl, without losing our temper."
No further mil in will bo taken by
the Department f Justice In the lest
info ut Sail l"n -iseo, brought for the
mini. of line . .I,n,r.1le.l,!n.l,e
logalllv ot tin ('.illfornla law prevent-' I'Hwl 'r by Judge O W A Ilapal of
ing Japanoc rruui nttciulliig public """ "' coniK-l thu Lund Coinmlsslou
sihools with Anierlian children The r " li"w III'" 'tlu to tho homo
ipiPbtlon will Ih. handled b) Mr Hona-, t'i'l In Olau. which he claims. Ha
parte, who is expected to take up his l"'. " stated nceutly. took up
dutleiiHS Atlorney-Geii.ral on Monda) I"'" lm"'. but '"'I uot fullll tho condl-
tioiM uttnelie-d, mid thu Commissioner
MUST BE PATIENT
A large number of men with vcr) . Twt BWlCBn fW , wrft ,,
long faces could lie seen coming out ofjjj,,, circuit Judgo of thu Fourth Clr
the Mc Inlyrc building, where' ic Conn- ct laH excliislvo " Jurisdiction in
1- nfllccB are Iwated. dining this fore- cluimbcrtt over thu subject matter ot
noon They uinm from thn office ol iIQ wrn
fonnty Aulllor Jas. Hlcl.nell, whcio ,vtml ,,,.,, Ilol mivar that th
they had ex'cteil lu uish their wlur) ,clntH(loll , t10 ,,utHtou upou which
warrant-.. Hlekncll had. however. toU , wrlt H8 ,agllulj waa(J by the
then, lo come again Monday, and the L ,calll r ,jy omo t,rH,m u,a
piosK.cts of a dry hat.iiday night I ,.,inr toBIlUBIll f 10 (lictH rulleil
trad., many ii man who bad entered thu lllt tu, bMU cf (llu wrlli
'"s ,""",. " h""""B - "ii""i
vtniiu imv.Iv ituu u vii nfy invu.
at the list meeting ol the Hoard ot
Supervisors Jack Lueus ucouiiuciidcil
that the Audltoi bo Instructed tu give
the men theli s.ilni) warrants tenia) lu
order that the) could have a chain c to
piepaie for lhli New car's celebr.i
"I thought nt the tlmo that it was n
piett) good plan, ' said Hlekncll, "Hut
time then I have hud tu give it up, tlie
Count) Attonrv uud Auditor 1'lsli'T
both advising me ugaliut it You see
If 1 should .i the men off toda), be
foie the end of the month, If un) uf , Do Holt UiIh uiurnltiR. uml tho man will
them should bu garnlsheod, I would be havu to reluurn to Jail to bcrvo Ills
liable for the amount Ol courbc. lfo Hta.m.0 0 was .nnvlctcd of
cannul till who might l garnish .iiaiR a bcitlon boss on thu railroad
so the best I can do In lo wait foi tin 11(, mo,,m f()r now trlll, waB
end ot the mouth Theio havu beui u',,,.,,1,, .,.,ii ...k.,,, . , i
lot ot felloWH heio tm their wauants
lit. In t I i,i til. I at...... ..II .. ...
toda, but I have told them all to come
agalu next Monday Aujliow. man.
ot then would spend thetr moue to
ulght And then the) would have until
tne to celfbrate New Yejra with
The Democratic County Committer
will have a meeting ut the Wnvcrlo)
hull headqiiarteis next Monday even
Hug 'I he Democrats are p p-ii lug hcv
leral bills along the Hue of their pl.l
itoriu, which will In md b) tlnui ut
I the cotatnB- ItettUturt
interests In the
Aliome) Cathcart, who departed on
the Alameda last Wednosday for tho
Stales, goes, ll Is understood, for the
piirpopo of appearing before tho Unit
ed Slates Supreme Court In the Koiih
inllroad suit, which Is to coinu up bo
fore the supremo Judiciary body ot
the countr) Ho will represent tho lu
tereits of some of thu Konn mill pco
Iho casu Is well known, having been
tried oilglnnlly before Judliu Kdlngs
nt Kallua and later befuru the Su
prcmo Court of tho Territory. Illcrco
& Company of New- Orleaus, the plain
tins In tho ease, lost the assumpsit
buII which they brought Afterwards
they attempted to suu tho Kona mill
people on a mechanic's lien, but thn
court held that the) had bad a choice!
as to whether the) should sue on as-
Giiuipslt or on thu mechanic's lien, and
bad elected the former Having lost
they were not untitled to suu ou the
Illerco & Company, It will bo re
membered, built a railroad for thu
I H""'1 ",m from kona mill to Kalna-
!'"' Afterward the in I company wen
, ur"ku nl"1 W,,K l,ll,rtMl ln tl,u ,lnll,,H ot
a receiver, lllcrcu & Company not re
ceiving paNnient for the material sup
plied or for the labor of their men In
building the ro.nl At that time,, uu
HE WW M1NDK
Deputy Attorney Fred. Mllverlon,
acting for Land Commissioner Pratt,
,h ,mirnnK flotl motion to quash
.. ,. . ,. ,
' Hllc-liutU. writ of mandamus ap-
secured his promise to relinquish tho
ptuicrt) Instead of doing so, how
ever, ho applied for u writ of maud
tnus to com ie 1 thu Commissioner to
grant him a title to thu land.
Thu motion to quash, is made on the
That thu nltornatlvo writ of man
damns was not Issued In thu namu ut
ii, -rrit,,, .,r iinuiiii
- V That Iho writ does not set
facts sulllelent to Justify tho Issuaucu
of tliu liereiuptury writ of mandamus,
nor entitle llapiil to any relief whatsy
'I hat Judge Do Holt had uu Jurtsdlc
lion to issue tliu writ
HI SERVt SENTENCE
'I he motion of Katutaru T.ikumota,
convicted of thu murder of Kawaho,
for a new trial, was denied hv Judcn
Mruc,0Ilh slt. )V , ju,,so ,0 lht)
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