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RVENiNO IHIM.RTtN.cllONOIltll.U,'"!'.' II., MONMUWAOdltST'tf., 1903
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A Wealth of
The first shipment of Roods se
lected in New York by our Mr. Sachs
have come to hand and have been
opened ready for your inspection.
Come this week and see
the latest conceits of
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods
Co., Ltd. .
Cor. Fort and Berctania Sts.
Opposite Fire Station.
185 King St
in the city at
J. J. HILL PLANS $1,300,000,000
MERGER OF ALL HIS RAILROADS
k HIGH-CLASS 'PAPED-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
8PEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
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It Is nnmmnrcil In nnanclal circles (lint .InniPH J. ll(ll litis fniinil n
wny (o inerBo hi mli;iiy Hiich In emu curimrntlon within (lie rrqulrc
intiitH of tlio fuili'rul laws, Tlio wimtcrn Dnancler litis been at work nit
on Midi u wlioiiiu ovur iilnro tlio iIIhkiiIiiIKiii ut (hu Ncirthoi n Securities
company. Since Ills purchase. t tlio Cnlorniln unit Sinitlii'ni railway.
which has it very broint ami llhcnil chattel-. It Is saliliat he has'tletei--inlneil
to turn till his properties over to that mail as a IioMIiik company.
This would comprise, the sruutoht railroad consolidation in tlio country's
history. Northern Pacific has ,u capital stock or $3:M.M)immji) and n lmni)cit .
debt of $19Q,p0O,U00. (Itont Northern has u capital Ktorkftlf 2R9.n00,0on I
and a hondcil debt of $97,000,000. ilitrllnston has a capital of $100,000,000 '
nnd a bonded debt of 1R3,000,000. (lolorado and Southcrli has otitstiiiilliiK
$8,r00,000 first preferreil', tlio satiio nmoiuit of second iireferrcd-innd- $31,. I
000,000 of coninton stock. It has n bonded debt and has Kuarmiteos of $.), '
000,000. Tils would Klvo the inerBor n capital and Immlril ilplit annnixl I
nialcly of Sl,300,000,000. This picture of Jlf. Hill was taken ut the open
liiK of tlio Alaslta-Yiikon-I'ticinc fair.
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kill Mint man and plan that lliu next
iliiy they will kill him upon tlio street,
or at his liouso, or on his way homo,
and they In fact inako that plan to
gether, then thu olTeuso of conspiracy
Is intido out iiKalnst theiu, thouKh they
never say auother word to each other
a nil thu next inornltiK one comes ami
rays, "I llioitKht (hat mutter over mid
I don't want to havo iitiythlUK to do
with It," tlio iiKrccliiK with each other
the planning with each other, mado
that offense completo. Irrevocably
complete, that nlnlit when they parteil.
many thliiKs;.n Ihousninl and into
IhltiKs. The statute couldn't deflm;
them nil, but they havo luld down somo
r.cncral principles, miiiio Keneial ekv
uieiits, which, If found In thu orfense,
will constltnto conspiracy. Consplp
acy is merely u plan to do FotnethliiK
wrong, which litis not been carried out.
If A ami II meet tonight nt n hotel
room ami, slttltiK down, Kct to tulklnx
nhoiit n certain man that they mutual
ly dislike, n man that (hey believe
oiiKht to bo got out of thu way, and
nnally I ho two In earnest tmreo (n
ninl no repentance, no, tefuwiUo (,'() on
with (ho act, thu am cement that they
should not do it and will not do l(, ,can
efface or do away with (hu ultcnsu
Tlio testimony in tlio trial of (hu
four leaders In the Higher Wane As
sociation on (he dim Kuiof conspiracy
Jlaklno, Soya, TasiiJcu mid Negoio
caniu to ti rather uncxiK'Ctcil coticlu-
fclon' this iiiuriilniflM-whiii Attorney
l.iKhtfool tlf the ilureiiho rested his
case and Attorney Kinney for the
proseeutlou. waled tho.iubtittal. Hut
u few minutes nfiyr Iho.hoiir of eon-eiilliK-
S:30 was ootisuiuoil and lliu
Jury was (licit excused until 10 o'clock
when Mr. Kiuuej'licKaii his argument
before (hu Jury.
When court enlivened ut 8:30 Attor
ney I.lghtfoot lcitewcd his offer muilo
l'llilny In adililce pinof til councctlon
with (iu illspuli'd meaning iifj certain
Japaneso winds of a belllgerehl itu
title that appeared lu (hu newspapers
iutlng (he course of tlio slrlko. Ills
offer was disallowed and an exception
Mr, Kinney then otfered to produce
certain evidence In connection with
thu riot at Kahtiku in thu naturo of re
lint till, hut the olTcr was disallowed by
.Indue I)c Holt nnd tho piosccutlon
then niiuoiiiiceil that Its case was
Uonsiticrnuon oi iiitunsiriicuoiiB m
tho Jury was next taken up nnd the at
torneys wciu given and hour iin.l u
half to consider them.
No Time Limit.
I.lghtfoot nsked us a matter of In
formation ftow long Mr. Kinney pro
piiK'd to Hike lu his oienlug addless
to tho Jury. Tho attorney for thu de
fence Kcemcd to think that hu was en
dued to know Just how lunch tlniu
was to bo consumed by tlio proseeu
tlou In presenting its facts to (bo Jury
lu reply, Mr, Kinney said that ho did
not feel able to say bow long It would
take, Kinney said that l.lghlloot can
fully stipulated the time lie was. going
to tnko In bis argument in tho riot
tilal holme bo began but was Just as
careful to exceed It by several hours
Ilccuupc of this fact Mr. Kinney ill I
not th. nit It would hu wlt,o to make
tiny iikitci.hiU :i.' to the lime to b
tired In lliu argument unless .lulge IV
Holt (bought It was necessary and
Hindu an order to Unit cITcct.
.Indue He Colt said that bo did not
tee any rc.it.on for making an ordei
ill view of the great amount of el
tloticQ thai w-.is Presented ami thought
It could be well lefu to the ilbcrctluu
In tho very beginning of his nrgu
meiit Mr. Kinney showed that theie
was no phase of (hu ipicstlotis In
volved In tho clmi go iiKilim the dc
Iciidnnls that was not going to be
touched upon by him In thu course of
his address and that the real rlgulf
Inn nee of the attitude of tho defendant
.'npaiicso will be brought before the
Jury In a conclusive wny.
Mr. Kinney declared that tho at
tempt to sictiru higher wages by the
plantation laborers was In Itself a
purely legitimate effort, but Hint tho
phases of conspiracy ami Intimidation
that weru Imllssoltinbly associated Willi
It were thu Infractions of thu law In
which tlio Tci rltory had nil Interest
nnd with which thu prosecution
charged tho defendants with being
Mr. Kinney began his argument wlt'll
n summary of the events surrounding
the arrest of tho conspirators ami al
luded to (ho contemptuous manner
(hat hud been displayed by the de
fense and Its advocates who have
Fought lo rldlculu thu prosecution nl
oery turn. Kinney declnreirthut It
was a fur more Important question to-
tho people of (be Territory of Hawaii
than appeared on (hu surface, nut) Unit.
the ucllons of (be defendants nflev
their nrrest showed that they rjwnl
ed the charge- ngnlnst them ns being of
little moment and had been enceir
uged Itv their belief that It wan more
or less of n Joke.
JOHN ANDREWS' ELOPEMENT
WITH PAYALLUP MAIDEN.
Was Just Sweet Sixteen, nnd i
Her Guardian Believes Only Her i
Fortune Was Sought Lived !
in Los Angeles.
Judge Woodruff this morning sen
fenced Yiimal, n .Japanese, to two
years In tlio Oaliii prison upon his pica
of guilty to a charge hioiight under
(he I'Minunds Act.
Tho case of Sato Ono, nrrested by
tho federal nuthorltlos under (ho 1M
mtitids Art, bus been continued to Aug
ust 24, nt which tliuo It Is probable
Hint an order .of doimrlatlon will bo
Argument began before Judge Wood
ruff Ibis morning lu lliu caso of the
United Stales ngnlnst Hntsoturu Tsu
dome, charged ftllh violation of the
IMmmuls Act. United States District
Attorney llreckons began the argu
ment for (he prosecution, Attorney
Chnrles'Clillllngworth Is representing
Hie young Hawaiian who was ciitxht
last wee doping -with Miss (truce
tftanup. Hie yiuagesi daughter of th.
late Chief lMcr Stanitp of the I'll)-
allttp Indian leservatlun will have to
do i.oiuu tall cxpki'nhig to satisfy the
demands of the police. I
Miss Stanitp, lu addition to being
"lie of thu prettiest Indians of Hie
I'uyallup reservation, lr worth appiux
imately i'O.iVo In Tacomn tidr-htmls
unit rath on deposit In bitiks. mil
Deputy prosecutor A. (J. Ilurinelster
believes Altdiews wan slmpiy lrjln
to marry tho girl to obtain her for
tune. Miss Staitip who is Just turn
nl sixteen Je.irs of ngo also believes
It, since evidence of Andrews conduei
has been placed! heroic- her. and will
go on thu stand ng'jlnst him at tin
Until n few weeks ago young An
diews lived In I.os Angeles. Ills
brother, Hubert Andrews, who recent
ly married Mrs. I'eter Stanup. mother
of lliu girl wrote him to come to Tn
coma n( oneo and Um his arrive!
here, Ilurinelster declares, as if by
prenrrnnged plan, ho began making
love lo Miss Stanup. Shu says hu
pruiKjsed to her the fccrond day after
Ids coming nnd that thereafter be
steadily proposed once dally until she
agreed to marry him. Thu two went
to n rooming house nnd remained
nearly a week with tho police search,
lng high nnd low- for them. During
(bo time Andrews n,uestlonod bor
closely about her fortune, and unco
risked sending her out to look up
data bearing upon the extent of bur
,' Mrs.' -.Andrews Is trying to help
along thu mnrrfngc, it is claimed, nnd
stop the prosecution. Jerry Meeker
guardian of tho girl, Is pushing thu
prosecution. If (ho marriage takes
place Andiew's brother will become
his futliei In-law.
Fivc-hcdroom house in ex.
Very low rental lo perma
Will also rent for summer
Bishop Trust Co.
WiiTiuils buve been Issued for tho
nrrest of Willie Vlilu, (leorgu Knea,
Sam Apolionn, Ccorgo Koklpl nnd
four Japanese, who nru lo bo chnrg
cd with gambling ut the Akwai
building on Saturday night.
The reporter who dropped In to
havo a look nt tho game and then
wioto tho story up will bo called as
It is expected that (ho defense
will be u general denial of lliu state
ment of tho newspaper man.
Prince Alfonso of llnurhon-Oi-lcans
uccusqs his cousin, King Al
fonso of Spain, of duplicity lu con
nection with ills marriage tn Prin
cess Beatrice of Colitirg nnd (lotha.
Il.i nlin,-rr,u (tin ltun- i-ltlt linvld-y
approved his suit for the hand of 3 B. B. House ani Lot, Kapalama 12
Hie princess and later stibmittln
to his degrutlon at tho hands of tho
Spanish premier. Waitv Bldp;. 74 S. King St.
1 B. R. House and Lot, Alewa.$ 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu-
anu Valley 500
2 B. R, House and Lot, Auwai
2 B, R, House and Lot, Kapa
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
A Hot Rath with
out having to burn
a lot of coal or wood
and Reeping your
Kitchen hot for
several hours is a
luxury enjoyed by
persons who burn.
Gas. The cost
of heating the water
by gas is not above
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
Expert work at moderate uriccs.
Bcrgstrom Music Co., Ltd,
Odd Fellows' Bide;.
OAT & M0SSMAN.
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We'll put it in for' you.
Union Eleotrio Co.,
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Typewriter Desks, Typewriter Chairs
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They play four minutes on
the' wonderful Edison Phono,
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Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
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KING, 0PP. ALAPAI ST
Tho "original pncktigo opium casu-J
has been carried to tho Supreme Courtt
(if lliu Territory on n bill of exceptions'
llled by Attorney i:, A. Don-.
Ihltt for tho defense In tho caso ofy
the Tei rltory against I.ani Yip Keo,'
Tho Chinese was found guilty before
.ludgo Do llnlt sitting as the Irlut
A dlvoioo. was granted today byb
Judge llohlnsoii lo Iwauo Mulshltn
fiom M. Morihhllii ou the ground o(-desertion.
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