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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, AUQ. 18, '09
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Mn nut Iielil Ami so we h.iu a com
1'l.ilut No nil liuilclineiit. Which In
ni follow m .
"Wlllla.n lli'lir) being Hint dillj
ii (nil deposes :iml ku)k,
"I'luit In- Is thu dill) appointed, qnal
Med niiit r.clliiK High Sheilff of tliu
Territory of lliittnll. That Y,
Y. Tnak.i K. Kiinutnurii ".
Yon bou they hacn't let K. Knwn
muni off, ho Ik here In the complain'
lint they let him go. They s.ild the
were mistaken about Knwnmma an I
they lot him go. tint the nne'stod
him Just I lie tt.tme, he had to ghe b'lld.
ami If he hadn't been able
ball he would huo been kept In jail,
"SI. N'egoro nml !'. M. Maklno .ill of
Honolulu In tli eclly ami count) of Ho
nolulu In the Hist Circuit, at Hono
lulu In the city ami cotuiM of Mono
lull), ami In the Cliruit aforesaid nml
within the Jurisdiction of thin Hon
orable Court on the thirteenth day of
Jnniiair In the Year of Our I-orrt One
Ihnusnnd nine hundred nml nine, un
Intruding to defraud. What Is It
they did. these four people llo orlg
lunlly? "combined nml mutually undertook
and uinccrted toKi'thcr, nnd with oth
M' persons whose names me to this
These other persons haven't appear- these men on. We aren't trjlng them
ed on the scene. They nto like Ilan- on n breach of promise to marry any
won ghost- no. not like llanquo's more llinn you nre trjlng them far
ghost ll.inquo's ghost Old show up murilir. You uren't trying them for
homellmes. l!ut these persons iin-l assault nml battery, nor nre jou try
known haven t even shown their noses ng them for riot. There aro a great
tiiound this plnce. We would like to Uiany" things jou aren't trjlng them
know those other persons, but the I for. Hut what jou are trying them
piobcuitlou hasn't tlmo to tell us. Hut for, and this Is the tnble that jou nre
wi; will have to exruso them, excuse making. Is that you nro trying them
these other persons, these other per- because It Is nlleged by the Territory
sins who may have an existence nml 0f Hawaii,
may not In fact. "They mutually agreed with thorn-
We did these things To do whuif selves nnd others to prevent these
Now to do what? We have combined plniitrtlons from carrying on their
with our selves, nnd with the ghosts bushiest."
to do (eitalu unlawful things. That i
Is. now what did we combine to do?
"to do what plainly nml directly tend
ed til oxi He nnd occasion orTciihc, and
to do what was obviously and direct
ly Injurious to another. In that to-wlt:
it the time aforesaid nnd at the place
aforesaid they and each of them did
unlawfully, maliciously and fraiidu -
bully combine with each other, and
with other persons whose names me
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TE carry the only complete stock in
the islands. Wheel Materials,
Springs, Bolts and other Hardware, Axles,
Hardwood Lumber, Leather and every
thing that goes to make up a vehicle, from
a light buggy to a heavy dray.
We buy direct from the manufacturer
and quote prices as low and lower than
ob ainable on the mainland.
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
Merchant Street, bet. Fort and Alakea Honolulu
to this nfllnnt unknown nml mutually
imdeilook and concerted together
What bae wo done, we Iium' cjni-
bli.cd with ourselves, jou see, live of
us, and with the ghoits, to do what?
I'ertnln unlawful things. Now what
lid we combine to doT
"to prevent the Honolulu Sugar Com
plin) . u toiporatlon, O.iliu Sugar
Compuii), Limited, n lorporatlon, Ewn
l'laiitatlou Company, u corporation,
Wulalua Agrlcultuial Comnanv. Llin-
Sog.1. t.,i, a corpoiatlou, nml Knhuku I'lnn
tat Ion Company, a corporation, then
and thcte being corporations owning
sugar plantations within the city and
count) of Honolulu, Territory afore
said, unci the managers thereof, frum
exercising and carrying on the busi
ness of tu I J corporations nnd from
operating their respective sugar plan-
,un twi.ii nine we kiii-mi llin lull
ste there Is n whole lot of tnlkee
tnlkee, about these legal documents.
We look forward with nrdent Joy to
the time when lnw)ers will use the
language of common sense, and miss
out n lot of this "time nforesntd and
place nforceuld, heielnaftcr mention
ed, nnd so foith, Hut some day law
vers w have enough sense to ex
press their tnnughts In plnln English
without all this gibberish which
seems to be n necessary part of every
Now cutting out the tnlkeo-talkco
business, what have we got so fur?
That vve did fraudulently, these four
men, enter nnd combine, with our
selves nnd these ghosts, to do a cer
tain, that Is to say, to prevent these
plantations, Honolulu, Wnlpahu, Ewn
Knhuku and Wnlahiu, to prevent them
l from canning on their business. And
tlint bi the rlmrce tlint inn nte trviuiF
That Is what It Is. Just that ami
nothing more. They might have
rtopped light there, except that the
law icqulrcs them to go on n little
You aren't trj Ing these four men on
n ihnrge of organizing an nrmy In the
reirltory of Hawaii. you aron t
, charge ) on nrcn't trying these men
ion a charge of conspiring to get an
Increase of forty-four per tent, of
i j- .
For Repairing and Building.
their wages, or aihorntlng nn Inrrease1
of forty-four per cent. In the wages of
othois. You nren t charging -nrcn i
trying these people on the charge of
lmvlng formed n government within n
WHAT ARMY AND NAVY
FOLK ARE DOING
First Lieut. Wilton O. Henton,
13th Cnvalry, will proceed to Manila
for duty ns quartermaster nnd com
missary of the transport Llscum
with station In
Second Lieutenant John It, Emorj,
.lr, 29tli Inf. who. upon being ic
lleved, will Join' his regiment.
Par 7, S. 0. H3, I)cpt. of Cnl.,
June 29, 1909, as n mended by l'ar.
1. S. 0. 145. Dout. of Cil., July 1,
nnd by l'ar. 1, S, 0. US, July C, H
The following transfers at the re
quest of Hie officers concerned nro
oidered: Elrst Lieut. William
Hiker fiom the 18th Inf,
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io cue am
Inf.: Plrst Lieut Edward II. Andros
rfom the Sth Inf to the lSth In
Lieut, linker will lemnln on duty
with lSth Inf. until Its nrrlval in
the V. S when he will Join com
pany to which he may he nsslgned.
Lieut. Andres will remain on duty
with the Sth Inf. until the nrrlval of
the 18th Inf. nt San Ennclsco, when
he will Join company to which ho
may be assigned.
Major George I). Duncan, P. S.J
first Lieut. William SI. Ooodnlo, 1st
Inf., nnd 1st Lieut. John It. Cownn,
4tl Inf., ate ttnnsfcrred from the.
Division Hospital, Manila, to the
Ccncrnl Hospital, Presidio of San
Assignments to Regiments.
The following nssliiKinents to rcg-'
Iments of ofllcnrs recently promoted
5 re announced:
First Lieut. Dorsey Cullcn, 13th
Cav promoted to captain, with rank
from July 1, 1909; assigned to 2nd
first Lieut. Louis II. nnll. 13th
Cav., promoted to captain, with
mnb frnm .lull- f lAOD nuulfrnml in
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signed by five hundred Japanese of
Kwa In which they vxtend their thanks
to him for the good ndvlco ho gave nnd
Hint prevented their going out on a
second strike when urged to do so by
tbo Agitation outfit.
These Japanese state, that thoy now
letxynilio that Iho good advice of She
ba saved them from going out at a
critical time, nnd they fully cmlorso
his iosltlon as It now develops In the
light of recent events.
I AMUfJUAnt RS
Attorney General Heme.ivviiv Is pie
paring to begin n i-eiles cf ejectment
Milts In connection with squatting on
public lands. The bend ef tho Ten I
tory's legal department ilnds that
under tho new older of things -It will
bo possible for him to devote: mote
tlmo of tho department to civil actions
now that tho criminal work liu been
largely turned over to the JuikOlctlon
of tho county attorneys.
"Wo have n number of cases pend
ing." said tho Attorney General this
"""'" ' ' no mno in
,"""" '., "matters
nun, iiuuiiu i.iiiiin, ineiu nro several
cases In Hllo that wo will prosecute."
llULLETLN'S AGAIN 2 LOO
Once again the II u I 1 e 1 1 n team
of baseball players nre victorious, ns
todny nt mjon they defeated the Iluf
falo nine by n score of 18 to 3 . The
gamo was full of Incident, nnd the
spectators .vvero treated to n good
exhibition of bail. Most of tho lluf
fnlo plajei'B vveio put ont one, two,
three, nnd several double plujs oc
WOUID ARREST DR. PETERSON.
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where they could be Investigated,
nnd If thought to bo title a pcnnl
summons would be issued for Dr.
Petuison's appearance In court.
Sirs. Atchcrley wnntcd In Know If
n warrant could not bo Issued for
tho nrrcst of Petcison, hut Judge
Andrnde said tlint n penal summons
would answer tho purpose just ns
well, If tho County Attorney thought
the matter should be gono Into.
"I most cmpluiltlcnlly stato that
I will not sign a warrant for Dr.
Peterson's nrrcst. A penal sum
mons Is quite as good, and I now
Instinct Sir. llrown, who represents
tho County Attorney's department,
nnd Chlcr of Detectives Leal, who
looks nftcr the oollce end of the
mutter, to Investigate the whole nf
falr." Mrs. Atcherley, looking very dls
nppolittod, then loft the court room,
and tho ordlnnry enscs were taken
' I'nlted States Commissioner Davis
this morning held Jang Wnli Ylm and
Nip Dan Soon to answer In Iho United
States Dlstilcl Court for perjury com-
t lnltted before tho United Sttitcs Imiiil
gintlon Inspector, lionet vvub fixed nt
H'300 In each case and was pinvlded
l hy Lay Lam Toy nnd Leo Let.
I Judge Whitney this morning allowed
Iho bill of exceptions by Iho defend
nuts to tho court overruling tho plea
In bar hy tho defendants in tho case
or rinnk.K. Afchcr ngaliibt S. Nuka
and J. Saftcliara,
A libel for divorce has been (lied
hy T. Klmura ngulnat C. Kimura on a
fliMigo ot desertion. They vveio mar
ried In 1907. '
Second Lieut. Wllllnm V. Wltc.it-
ley, Kth Ciiv., promoted to Mrnt lieu
titnnnt, with innlt fiom July 1,
1M09, npslgned to 1.1th Cnvnlry.
i Captain Cullen will Join tho troop
! to which ho mny ho assigned upon
clintlon of present sick lenve.
Captain Hall will report by letter to
ittho rommnndlng peneral, Dcpt. ot
the Colunibln, for usslgnmcnt nnd
"111 Join Hint station upon expira
tion or picbont lenve, pending uirl
v I of his lcglinenl, when ho will
Join tioop to which ho may be ni
Plgned. Lieutenant Wlientlnv will
Join bin icxlment In tho Philippines
Division. , .
IS NOW A LAW
FIFTEEN DAYS OF
GRACE IS ALLOWED.
Question Brought Up as to Whether
City Possesses Authority in
Connection With Street Work.
'Supervisor Qulnn's nutomobllo ordi
nance Is now In lull opcrntton us n luw
of thu land and tho drivers of mitomo-
biles nro allowed n firtecn-day peilod
i in which to familiarise themselves
. with Ur prr visions.
I Tho ordinance has passed its final
reading and every nuto within thu eon
fines of tho city and county or Hono
lulu must now use a red tall light and
must nlso uso well-tamed mufflers on
their machines so as not to give mi
occasional Imitation or n battery or
light artillery going Into action.
Artcr tho auto ordinance had been
jcuspuseu oi supervisor i.ogan present
ed n resolution asking that tho Police '
Committee Investigate the causes ot
reckless nuto driving In tho city.
A report was presented by Muyor
Korn on the agreement between tho
county nnd tho Chinese proerty hold
ers on tho Knlunniil beach road, In
which tho residents will conform to n
stipulation as to the removal of ob
structions on rights of wny which have
been granted to tho county for n now I
tectlon of highway, tho county gov
ernment to pay them $2370. Incl-
dentally Supervisor Qulnn staled that
tho successful conclusion of the nego-.'
tlattons was duo largely to tho work
or J. J. Dovvllng, engineer Qoro and
SInyor Kern. Tho Hoard also granted
nulhorlty to Englnoer Qoro lo call for
tenders for building tho new section
of road by tho 27th of August.
Tho only appointment that tho Sup
ervisor acted upon last night was that
of A. S. Knlclopti, nailed as a clerk In
the office of Plumbing Inspector Mlehl
itcln, with n salary of 7B per month.
An ordinance was presented by Sup
ervisor Ahla regulating digging In pub
lic streots nnd requiring tho permis
sion of tho County Kngtueer or tho
County Clerk. Action was delayed on
tho suggestion of Supervisor Logan,
who said that ordinances had boon
considered with too much haste In tho
I Hospital Complaint.
Supervisor Logan rcrerred to n
complaint that had ccimo rrom tho1
Queen's Hospital rclattvo to the Tact j
that they were getting very llttlo bust- j
ness since tho new regime was Innugti-,
rated under tho direction of tho city
nml county physician, a statement that
brought torth an observation rrom Sup- J
crvlsoi- Qulnn to tho effect that ho was
glad to hear It. I
Knglneer Ooro brought tho question
or tho curbstones beforo tho Board, !
stating that his communication on tho
MiliJoct had been referird to a com
mltteo which reported Hint tho presont
ordinance covering street work was
siifflclont. Knglnesr Oero said tint
tho curbstones averaged ton Inches In
depth Instead of fourteen Inches
Tvhlch proved to bo a serious hnndl
cap In the placing of gutters.
Replying to acre's statement. Sup
ervisor uuinn stated that there
a conflict of authority between tho lur
isdlctlon of tho county and tho Super-1
intendent of Public Works as to whlcl,
possessed the right to regulate mat-
ters pertaining to the public likliwuyj. I
Qulnn said that Sir. Campbell had giv
en Hie city every assistance possible, r
but that tho question should bo io
tcrmlned with flnalltj i
Deputy Comity Attorney Slllverton
derlurevl that undor tho provisions ur ,
the .Municipal Act the cpunty was vest
ed vvitn tho power to rcgulato nil
btrcot work within the city and county
nnd that under the provisions ot tho
law there did not seem to bo an doubt
ns to where tho authority rested. The
question wns finally rererred to tho
city and county attorney with the sug
gestion that Str. Goro draw up tho
proper cuib specifications so thoy
could be Incorpoiated Ip a new ordi
nance based on the oxlutlng one.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
he Kind You Have Always Bought
On Murderer'. Trail. Uis Angoles.
Aug. 4. Chief ot I'ollco Dlshiiinn has
been Informed that William Hancy, a
man for whom tho nrltlsh Columbia'
police nro Foarchlng, nnd for whom a
inwiri or inoo Is offered, l.-tn Los
Angi'leB. Hanyo Is wnntod for mur
der nml nn attempt at tiuln robbery
In Aslicrnft. D. C.
Very Best in Everything" is the secret of our suc
cess. This, together with the "know how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. Wc deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
Your machine will be ready fori
vou when we say it will be. We
.don't experiment on autoi; we repair
Co., Ltd. J
ALEXANr.P.R YOUNG BUILDIHQ.
SCHUMAN OABBIAQE CO.
King and South Streets,
NO PLACE LIKE
Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
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FltANKlIN "D" TOUBINQ CAB.
I AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL HAH
i ici'AriiTcrtPinirc i .t
For Sale Choice lot of 1
Ex Steamer Lurline.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin o'vot a complete summary of
he new. of the day.
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