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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1910.
SOME NEW ARRIVALS
TO VOLCANO HOUSE
Ncyi Schedule Agreed On'
SHIRT WAISTS Wc have juit received a large and
varied assortment of, low and mcdlum-nriced Ladies' Shirt
Waists. These poods arc the latest styles and strictly up
to date. ,
".LADIES' UNDERWEAR Our stock of Ladies' Muslin
Underwear is most complete in ever" detail. Should wc
undertake to describe our immense stock, wc would And
that time and tpacc forbade. However, wc promise you
that we are prepared to supply your wants in this line.
MEW SILKS Black Peau dc Sole, 36 inches wide, fine
quality, $1.40 per yard: Black Satin Francaise, very rich
and graceful; Faille de Soie, black; Silk Cashmere, black;
Moire Antique, black. New Tabic Linen, Couch Covers,
Draperies, Swiss Curtains.
DRESS GOODS New Batiste, Repps, Ginghams, Per
cales, White Goods. Gold-plated Midget, Duplex Xace
Pins, 6 on a card; small, 5c. per card; large, 10c. per
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite, Fire Station
,. At lonrerence new y
' w Tills j iforcnoon
Special summer rates tor the vol
cano trip hiivo been mado as tlio re.
suit of n conference held this fore
noon between tho management ol
tho lntcrIsland Steam Navigation
Company, the Volcano House and tho
A round,-trlp rato of fifty-two dol
lars and fifty cents will be mado for
peoplo from Honolulu making tho
ten-day trip to tho Volcano House.
This rato wltVgo Into effect on June
IS tiiitl continue to September Hi,
In addition to Ibis a special round-
trip rate of tblrty-flve dollars will
be made for the volcano trip on tlie
Fourth of July,
This reduction Is a very decided
ono and allows people from Honolulu
to spend ten days at tho Volcano
House nt n very reasonable rato.
' AND DICE BOX
Ten out of fifteen Hawallans nnd
Japanese who were gathered "Tn by
Chief of Detectives McDuRle and Ills
staff on Saturday night at a house
near tho Catholic cemetery on King
street were conspicuous by their ab
sence nt police court, this morning,
and their failure to show up with
in the halls of Justice caused I'ollce
Magistrate Andradc to serve a num
ber of bench warrants, one of which
was Instrumental In bringing George
Kaca Into cortrt.
The party are alleged as having
been engaged In tickling tho tiger
at h specially appointed lair. Seven
came.eleyen was the game Indulged
In by the congress of nations gath
McDuflle stated that he had met
with considerable resistance In gain
ing an entrance to the house. Onco
within the confines of the building,
about All twit grceted'nhe gabe of
the officers were u lone fifty-cent
plcco and' an empty dlccbox.
According to Information Impart
ed by tho captured ones, It had been
a custom for tho party to meet at
the home of a sportive Inclined
friend. Tho crowd was not at alt
partial to districts, and games had
been going on nt NuUanu, Kallhl,
Makfkl, Walklki or Knkanko, It be
ing entirely up tq the party and the
chances of successfuiry eluding the
Knea was considered as n ring
lender, and though he forfeited ball
to tho amount of thirty dollars when
bis name was tailed. Judge Andrndo
much den I red to see the familiar fea
tures of -tho missing Kaea and he
was finally brought before the low
er tribunal and ball was fixed for
his reappearance at court.
Cliarlea Cblllingworth represented
the Japanese faction at .court. These
men, to the number of four, were
released upon vayment of seven dol
lars and the costs.
The police are of the opinion (hut
by the arrest of the gamesters tho
plans of a certain hul havo been
nipped In the bud. The gaino was
well organized and an effective sys
Item of look'outs and spies hnd been
-tilnrtiiil rn untVh
Tho men arrested were Kuwahaiu,
Morlmolo, Ogata, Kojuma, JooApau,'
D. Kane, Apo, John Amuslu, D. K.
Kama, Clcmoilt Maknoho, Knnno,
Kcokl Pena, George Kuen, Jacob HI
opa, Sam Oncha and John Antone.
LAST 3F NICOLA.
Tho Inst performance of the great
Nicola will bo given tonight, nt
which time be will present tho most
dangerous feht ever attempted by a
maclclnn. He will be placed In n
large milk can, which will be filled
with water, the top to bo sealed and
locked, with Nicola Inside. How lie
escapes drowning" Is n mystery, as he
Is under water all the time and
must escape under ills breath. As a
sensation this taps tho climax. Tho
escape from tho packing case Is paled
Into Insignificance when compared
with this death-defying teat. It Is
needless to say that seats will be nt
a premium tonight, and It would be
well for thoto Intending to attend
tonight to order scats early.
JnTIfie Lee Let "Cac
Upon motion of n. W. Dreckons be
fore Judgo Dole In tho federal court
this afternoon the case of Leo Let
versus Stackablc, Dreckons, Adams
and Taylor 'was continued until the
October term of the court.
Dreckons brought the motion for
continuance on tho ground or n press
ing and a largo amount of business
now beforo hi office. Tho contlnu
nnco was objoctcd to by Attorney Lor
rln AndrewB representing tho plain
tiff. Tho court granted tho contlnuanco
nnd iiixm Dreckons further motion
made It of record that tho caso would
be set on tho first day of' tho October
term, nnd that It would bo tho nrst
raso put on trial after tho petty Jury
was called together.
Judge Iloblnson then took charge
of the court nnd upon motion of As
sistant United States Attorney Hnw
llns excused the petit Jury for the
remainder of tho term, subject to
call should tho grand Jury report
any criminal prosecutions.
Tho court expected that tho grand
Jury would report last week, and If
there was nothing In the criminal
line to take up, the petit Jury would
have bi-en discharged for tho term
today. Inasmuch ns no report has
been mado by the grand Jury, the
petit body was merely excused
stead of being discharged.
HOO.SKVKIr IX .U'HH'l.
The Novelty Theater has secured
tho greatest moving picture film eor
made Roosevelt In Africa nnd will
show It to the Honolulu public for
the first tlmo tonight. This film was
secured nt great expense, more
MONEY FOE JURORS.
United States Marshal Hendry , lnnnpv havlne been nald lust In tnk
states that all grand und petit Jurors . , in v,.w. for i,.,. nctur. thn
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE,
Horlick's Malted Milk
Is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anccmic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. . So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Ssmplei free to Phyildsni and Druft'ltti.
At all Druggists.
HORUCK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, JUcIni, Wis., U. S. A.
can secure the money due them by
oiling at the marshal's office In the
Judiciary building. The sum of 18,-
3S0 was received today.
"For Rent" cards on sale
ever extended for any other. Tho
enormous expcQej) necessitated the
co-bperutlon of nllrthe manufacturers
licensed by tho Motion Picture Pnt-
at cnt Co. i .
CLASSY BOYS' and
1010 N. Y. STYLE. UNION-HADE SUITS arrived bv
last boat. Also, a complete line of
SQUARE DEAi GUARANTEED HOSIERY
YEE CHAN & CO.,
- Cor. King and Bethel
SEE THE NEW DISPLAY IN OUR STORE WINDOWS
, THE PRICES PER PIECE ARE: 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
?1.75, $2.00, $300. $4.50.
L.AH0Y, - NuuanuSt
258 Beretania St. J. ABADIE, Prop.
'' Kgenl for the F, Thomas Faifsjau Dyeing Works, San
, Frnncispo. Expert Dyers.
M0IR SUPPORTS PRESENT LAW.
(Continued from Pace 1.) '
regard to saloons than it had taken
heretofore; whether It Intended cut
ting out sumo of tho saloons now ex
isting. "Wo havo outlined no policy so far,"
he answered, "and wo havo taken no
decision In regard lo making tho rules
moro strict. What action trjo Hoard
will takq in regard-to tho saloon do
ponds grcutly on tho report which will
bo mado on them by tho Inspector
whom wo nro sending around tho Isl
and, and, of course, wo may havo u
meeting beforo tho actual HCBslon of
tho Hoard, at which o muy decldo on
Tho Hllo Labor Union, tho organiza
tion of Hawaiian laborers which In
tends to take nn net ho hand, as an
Independent unit In tho coming elec
tion, last Tuesday cenlng, by a voto,
came out definitely as being opposed
Tho matter was brought up by Pres
ident David Rwaliko, who called at
tention to tho fact that liotlco had
been given that a voto on tho prohibi
tion question was to be taken at this
S. K. Kahana asked tho chair to
havo consideration postponed, as be
did not think that this was tho proper
time to take It up. The members had
Just finished a heated debate on a cer
tain road matter, and, ho argued, It
was unwlso to tako up another ques
tion which was likely to lead to an
The chair ruled Kahana out of or
der, as tho nfiitter was ono of unflnlsh
cd business, which had to bo finally
J. K. Paahati said that ho did not
bollcvo In the claptrap that liquor
killed men. Ho thought that tho main
causa for the dying out of tho Ha
waiian raco was tho lack of remuner
ative work which )t was constantly
encountering. Ho was himself a drink
ing man, and If bo over took too much
It was entirely his own fault; however
no man should drink boyond his ca
paclty. When Christ came to earth,
continued Paahau, he did not ask his
anoBtles to sign pledges not to drink
Intoxicating liquors. whv, 'then
should the Hawallans bo forced to
sign prohibition pledgeBT Further
more, when Adam and Eve ato of the
forbidden fruit, God did not destroy
the tree, but ho punished Adam and
Eve. This parable applied to the
liquor question, pod had made every
thing for man. It was up tn men to
Judgo for themselves whether drink
was an ovll or not. If they thought
that It was bad for .thorn to drink, they
had better leave liooio alone; other
wise they would suffer the conse
quences. Pauhau ended by appeullug
to his hearers to vote'uguluht prohibi
tion l)j all means,
3, Vt Hale mine out as the champion
nt prohibition, Rnjlng that ho was In
favor thereof, It was u good thllie
for tho Hawallans, particularly for
the laboring classes. If tho members
of the Labor Union gayo up drinking,
they would, ho argued, bo ablo to save
their money, and would bo In n better
position to pay. their ducB., Ho
thought that Paahau had niade n great
mistake when he advised his hearers
to voto against prohibition, Sorao time
ago, Paahau hnd been under tho In
fluence of liquor to Burh a degrco that
ho had been unable to go homo, und
he had, on that occasion, been heard
to pruy to God to help him not to
drink too much. This showed tho evil
Paahau camo back, qulto neatly,
stating that all this was quite true,
but that Ond had heard his prajcr,
and had helped him, and now he was
wise enough not to drink too much,
and as a consequence liquor was caus
ing him no further trouble. Drinking
In moderation Is nil right.
Other members showed signs of a
desire to add their testimony, and It
might havo been an all night session
had not Chairman iKwallko 'called for
a vote. I
A vote was taken, and It resulted In
sixteen voting ugulnBt prohibition,
and bIx for It. And will this ridic
ulous side-stepping ever cease? the
rest of tho members, about forty of
them, would not voto at all.
Paahau asked that the vote bo mado
unanimous, but Halo objected, stating
that tho Union might do this when ha
was not present, and, tho voto having
been declared against prohibition, dls
cusston on the subjoct ended.
Last Thursday tho thirty dajs grant'
cd tho Attorney Ocneral's department
In which to fllo a brief In tho now
famous Pepeekeo boundary ' cases
For weeks tho attorney generals
havo been clamoring for a decision
havo stormed and raved, have uttorod
curses ond threats of mandamus and
everything olso they could think of,
have demanded a decision.
Last Thursday Judge Parsons, n.1
boundary commissioner, handed them
a decision. '
A layman would call It a lemon.
The court decides that, as' tho peti
tioner, (ho Pepeekeo Sugar Co., has
pot shown title to tho lands Involved,
io cannot decldo on the bonntiriry
claimed by that corporation. Tho
Court also decides that, owing to In
sufficiency of evidence, It cannot ad
judicate tho boundaries us claimed by
tho Territory In Its answer.
Carl Smith, attorney for tho Pepee
keo Sugar Co, stated yesterday that
the decision was satisfactory to his
client, as It had possession of the land
In dispute. It would not appeal. It
does not seem probablo that the Ter
ritory has any grounds for appeal. The
matter appears to be exactly at the
point where It was tome four years
ago when It llrst starlid.
The humor of 'Mo situation "ins op
ponied strongly to the peoplo of Hllo,
There has been some speculation as to
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In the summer, when a fellow is especially fond of spending most of his time outdoors,
there is a lot of satisfaction to be gained by having light nnd summery clothes. The ideM
clothes for summer are "BENJAMIN CLOTHES,"- They ft to not only delightfully styled, but
they arc tailored in a manner which insures their giving splendid service.
wbothcr It would appeal to tho attor
ney generals also.
That, however, Judgo Parsons deci
sion Is well ground 'will appear from
it perusal of tho decision.
Tho decision follows:
Deforo tho Commissioner of UOuni
ailes of the Fourth' Judicial Circuit,
Territory of, Hawaii,
In tho Mattoc of tho Boundary of
Sections 2 and 3 of Kahua Second,
District of South Hllo, Territory of
Hawaii, upon tho Petition of the Pe
peekeo Sugar Company, a Corpora
Tho evidence In' this caso Is Insuf
ficient to Warrant tho Commissioner
lna adjudging the boundaries of Sec
tions 2 and 3 of Kahua Second to be
as alleged by tho petitioner, by tho
Territory or by Emily P. Kinney,
A iironondcrunce of tho ovldcnco
shows that, tho vAhUpuaa of Kbua,
awarded. In, J52.tto Kahoou, expend
ed In a vvostiirfy direction to Hulna
wo.1, us alleged by tho petitioner? but
tho Commissioner will not ailjudgo tho
boundary ta be its claimed In tho ap
plication, for the reason that the no-
tloner's Interest therejn Is not dlsclos
ed by tho ovldencu, no tltlq having
been proved by '.thef Introduction of
title deeds or othcrvtUi t6 mypor
tion of thq said knuolilkl land. The
mission lit faint, for the right to ap
ply' for certification of boundaries Is
conferred by Section 353 of tho He
vised Laws only upon owrtora of "tho
land, nnd proof of such ownership Is
The Territory has Introduced kama
alnu testimony, a portion of which
has been discredited, tending to show
that Kahua 2nd extends In a westerly
direction only as far as Kananaka
and that the land l)lng between that
point and Hlnawal Is known as Ka
hua 3rd. The Territory claims that the
line runs from Kananaka to tho north
ern boundary, by course nnd distance
as alleged Jn tho answer Is based
chiefly upon tho map attached to the
Pellium patent and upon Kunakanul's
testimony ns to tho meaning of n dot
ted lino ahonn thereon hcjpud tlirt
limits of the l.utit convojod by sail
patent. Thcro Is nothing to show who
mado tho map or 111190 what nuthorlty
the wordB "Kananaka, end of Kahua
2nd" were written thereon. Tho dot
ted lino 1b not straight. Kanakiiiiiil
has estimated tho angle which It
makes with tho Pclman boundary and
has calculated tho distance represent
ed by tho extended lino to Makc.i
Stream, Upon this nnd similar test!
niony'tho Commissioner Is asked to fix
definitely tho western boundary of Ka
hua 2nd. Tho testimony Is Insufllclent.
As to the boundaries of Section 2
of Knhim Second tho answer of tho
Territory docB not set forth Its claim
nor docs tho answer pray that tho
boundaries of said second section bo
established otherwlso than as asked
by tho petitioner.
Tho oxlcnt to which Emily P. Kill
ney Is Interested In tho boundaries
of Section 2 does not appear In hi'C
answer or In tho evidence. Tho trans
cript (page 420) shows that her conn
sul offered what purixirted to ba 11
deed to his client from ono Jnrdao to
about ono aero of laud touched by tho
disputed boundaries, but fills' offer was
wlthdruwn upon petitioners admission
of record that tho said Emily P Kin
ney had somo Interest In tho lund.
Kowhcro In the pleadings or proof
Is there any statement of the bound
arles of her own land and the court
In this proceeding brought upon tho
application of another, will not fix for
her tho boundaries of the entire tract
described ns Section 2.
Tho Terrltor) and Emily P. Kinney
have tiled no briefs In tho caso and
their specific claims, based upon tho
evidence, havo not been mado known
to tho Commissioner except by Inade
quate .oral argument nt the time of
Kor reasons hereinabove set forth
thli petition Is dismissed without pre
judice at the petitioners costs,
Judgment In uccordanco with this
decision will bo signed when present
ed by counsel,
(Sgd.) CirAItLKd K PARSONS.
Commissioner of "lloundnrlps tth Clr.
cull, T. H. '
Hllo, Hawaii, Juno 2, l'Jtn,
SATURDAY, JUNE 11
Welterweight Champion of San
Of CamD Very
JIM HA0A vs. T. TERRIEU i
Y0UNQ QANS vs. SAILOR SAMMYv
Ringside, $2; Reserved. $1.50 and.
$1; General Admission, 50c,
llEOINS AT 8:10 P. M.
THE FIRE In tho coal brought to
tho port by tho Urltlsh frelghto?
Heathdene has been subdued and thq
work of discharging the vessel is
moving on apace. Tho vessel lies at'
tho railway wharf and It Is expected
that shq will be ready for sea by
Saturday. Tho destination of tho
Heulhdeno has not yet been disclosed
THE JIIKAHALA from Maui and
Molokal ports brought In addition to
n number of cabin and deck passcu-
gers the following lines of cargo: 3flis
bags Olowalu sugar, 36 hogs, 44 bags
charcoal, 3 head cattle. 22 calves, 1
goat, 15 bags cocoanuts.
THE KUEI. OIL brought to tho port
lust week by tho American ship Mnrb'
nn Chllcqtt has been discharged at tho
Iwilel tanks and tho vessel proceeded
IM pCil HUM IIIIMIH'IK. till- MUriUM
cott will roturn In (Invlota.