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IS IT WHEN CHEEK
MEETS CHEEK THEN-
HAS ENCOUNTER WITH BURGLAR
Masked Man Enters His Place
Early Morning After That Duel
With Recks Robber Makes Good
w Hfs Escape.
Amateur Orchestra, the Ka-jralahao j bare gone for that. Sampson did alii
Ctob and the Symphony Clab hlchjtfcat he found to do. and with zeal1
Is led by Ernest Kaaf. ,and niJeTnr tt .,-,- M. :--
A chores of thLtr girls from Ka-jifcat In the IIn of tj dnty be happen-
2-; ed to be a-arar -when the Spanish fleet
soaght to escape- All that he can be
menameha School will sing
Lost Cord. -while a chorus of seven
ty-five boys will sing "The Soldiers
Choras." "Fanst-" "Hawaii Pono"
ill be Etasg by both chornses in concert.
Mr. M. A. Cheek of the Bask of
Hawaii, -who lives on the comer of
Speaeer and Magazine streets, has
added hie name to the long list of
people who have had encounters
1th burglars. Yesterday morning
at o'clock he was awakened. He
heard someone walking on the gravel
in bte garden. He got up and went
into the parlor. Here be found a bur
glar In a most professional disguise.
The burglar chased Cheek with a
Chee retired rapidly but in order.
Tb burglar then tried to make a
modest exit but Cheek followed him
o Magazine street. Here Cheek
picked Mp some rocks and for a while
he and the burglar benefited much
from the commendable early morning
pxerds of throwing rocks at each
other. This contest lasted for over
five minutes both sides failing to
core. By the end of this time the
burglar managed to effect his re
Cheek has invested in an arsenal
r.f deadly weapons and will hereafter
be ready for any burglar who comes
AT LUSITANA HALL
fairly criticised afterward for was his
lack of generosity toward the men
,who did the actual fighting, it I3 too
bad that one of the greatest events in
cur naval history should lead to end
less crimination and recrimination.
rather than to gratnlation and coa-
SOCIAL DANCE BY 1902 CLUB
Two Popular Organizations Will Have
Good Time To-night Ccr.cordia
Society Bail and Dancing, Music
and Singing at Elk's Hall.
LABOR IN HAWAII.
iaf jjP JGroXr MM I
y7F ' J
THE PORTO RICANS
SIXTEEN TRIED, SIX SENTENCED.
The labor problem has become a
very serious one In Hawaii owing to
the exclusion of the Chinese, who
are by far the best field hands that
ever worked upon the sugar planta-
uons. Japanese substitutes have not
proved anything like as desirahle. the
ffce Best W-nBS
distilled from the choicest
yields of field and vineyard,
bottled with the utmost care
and skill, and delivered at your
door the finest tonics and in
vigorants you can get.
neither the thrift nor "" anL.L wt btwo you?
Come in and make a selection;
we guarantee the quality.
Two prizes will be given duringrpass exceptional legislation for Ha-' HnrrPftHI irflm nil I Tfl
jwaii the facts are too plain to be dis-, nUrrOUnLflLULn UU.. LIU
guised and they may be described 1 The Pioneer wrne and Liquor Hou3e
oneny as touows: inere is pracu-j
cally no Americax farm labor in Ha
waii and there are no inducements '
for Its immigration. The country is
going more and more to large sugar
plantations, capital is almostly com-
nlpfrpll- !)hcnrllflH In thorn frtnernl
quently there is no small farming
worth mentioning, nor is there likely 1 Is wel1 done- !t fs the repairing of .
A Masquerade Ball will be given J
to-nlpht hv- tha fVinoorilt-, Cn.Str- 31 .
s, t d,r,o i.ii o-JT: e.", Porto Ricans who were imported re-,
the Lusltana hall on Alapai street- t .. ,..,,,
The floor is tn ho rPrv ,,ntn 0 . CeDtI' were a d,smal falInre and lhe
o'clock for thoso in Masniierado ros- natives Bav
tume only, after which time it will I the enersy to make good workmen,
be thrown open to the general pnb i Though it may be inadvisable to
the evening; the first to the best im
itation character, and the second for
the most comical.
The first social and dance of the
J902 Club will be held this evening
at Elk's hall, corner of Beretania and
Miller streets. Elaborate arrange
ments have been made and 3 large
attendance is expected. It is an ex
clusively invitation affair. Professor
Ame's orchestra will furnish the
music, and between dances, members
of the club will render vocal and in
strumental selections. Oliver Bain
bridge, the globe trotter, will give a
The secretary will keep open house
to accommodate those who desire to
become members of the club.
Charge of Murder in the First
Degree Preferred Against George
Rosa, and 'His Case is Continued
Until Saturday But Few Drunks.
Porto RIcaii6 were out in force and
figured conspicuously in the proceed
ing nt the police court yesterday.
Sixteen individuals, hailing from
"Our New Possessions" in the Atlan
tic, wejo lined upon the commonplace
charge of vagrancy. The men were
brought to Hawaii in connection with
' h host of plantation laborers who
wore distributed throughout the var
ious cane growing districts in the
The contingent brought before
Judge Wilcox Included those who. tir
ed of the arduous duties attendant to
tickling the soil surrounding the suc
tulent cne to promote its growth.
MJught a life of ease in the me
tropolis. They have been making life
a bunion to the community at large,
and at a recent round up of the unem
ployed Porto Ricans infesting the city
many wore gathered into the fold by
Six out of the bunch were sentenced
to three months at the reef. Juan
Ottis was discharged. The remaining
mombcrs of the band were allowed to
havo their respective cases continued
ovor until todny.
A charge of murder in the first de
gree was proferred against George
Rosa, who Is accused by the police
of having caused the death of his
brother Joe Rosa, during a fight last
Saturday night- The defendant was
represented by Judge Kaulukou and
A. G. M. Robertson. The case was
continued until Saturday morning, on
motion of Mr. Robertson.
Messrs McKeiuie. Rotello and John
Thomas represented the total results
of cases of drunkenness gathered in
by tho police department during the
past twenty four hours.
PRAYER MEETING AT
THE CENTRAL UNION
ADDRESS BY REV. W. M. KINCAID
No. 25 King SU near Bethel.
Speaks on "The Work of the Holy
Spirit" To-night Subject Will be
"Breathing of Spirit." Meetings
The prayer meeting at Central
Union Church was very largely at
tended last evening. The meetings
have gradually grown in Interest and
attendance until every seat is now
occupied and the influence of thes
prayer meetings is wide spread.
A short mifsical program preceded
the address by the pastor. Rev. Wil
liam Morris KIncaid, who had for his
text "The Work of the Holy Spirit."
Mr. Kincaid gave an admirable ex
position of his text and said before i
we can receive the Holy
to be In the future. For the ten-'
dency toward sugar Is a perfectly!
natural one which is determined by j
the question of profits. That explains
why some recent attempts at estab
lishing coffee growing by small pro
prietors have been abandoned. The
sugar planters needed to increase
their acreage and were able to pay
for land good price which the coffee
growers were glad to get. Add that
the whole territory, including culti-i
Table and uncultivable land, is on-'
ly about one-eighth the size of Illi .
nois and that white men will not
work as plantation hands in the tro-,
pics and it will be seen that it is
waste of sympathy to shed tears on .
their account. I
As for the Hawaiians, if they had J
been industrious they could have
kept the orientals out. But they will
work only under immediate compul
sion and are eager to knock off the
moment they have a little ahead.
And the making of
MOTOR CARRIAGES and
FINE STEEL WORK.
THE MOTOR CARRIAGE ID
PREPAYING SEAMEN IS ILLEGAL.
Phone White 911
For Some GENUINE HIRE'S
HOOT BEER or GINGER ALE
Rluii TJl S I RICH T.
We fit Eycsgiasses and Spectacles
ami fit tlicni Right Just Right. We
fit glasses to old eyes to give better
vision and 10 preserve eyesight. We
fit glasses to young eyes for the re
moval of eye-strain and attendant
Frames Right, Lenses Riht,
Treatment Right. Prices Right.
RIGHT OUR WAY. piease.
Factorv on the premis.5.
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Boston Building. Fort streeL
The Tri -Weekly Leading Newspaper.
Best Job Printing at Lowest Prices.
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River Street near Beretania Bridge.
P. O. Box S42. Tel. White 54L
Glaus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU. - H.T
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
From the Manila-American.
The recent decision of a Delaware j
court on the illegality of prepaying!
seamen's wagesis much to be com-i
mended. In this particular case a1
sailor had agreed to ship for "one(
shilling for the first twenty days
Spirit, and '30 a month thereafter," the $20
All kinds of drinks delivered to all
parts of the city upon the receipt of
Soda Water Works
127 Miller Street
Address Will Be Given By Prominent
Men of This City.
The Anti-Saloon League is making
preparations for a temperance con
vention which will take place on
January 30. At 4 p. m. a business
men's meeting will he held at the
Chambor of Commerce room In Cas
tl & Cooke's building. Addresses
will be delivered by Governor S. B.
Dole. "Warden Wni. Henry, A.
Bowen and others. The League In
tends to investigate what positlou
(he business men here are taking
with regard to its work.
In the evening' there will be a ses-,
sion at the Y. M. C. A. where an ad
dress will be given by W. R. Castle
though we may earnestly desire audlina- ouia naturally nave come toj
nrav for the same, we must be con- h5m for the first twenty days being I
.- w t
vlcted of sin. see and know our par
ticular sin that is displeasing God
and cast it away. Then and not until
then can promises of Christ be ful
filled and the Spirit of the Hcly
Ghost enter our hearts.
The subject of the meeting tonisht
will be "Breathing the Spirit."
COMMENT ABOUT SCHLEY.
broken repair it.
ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS.
1186 Union Street.
OPP. PACIFIC CLUB.
paid as commission to an agent who
had secured the man's services for '
the British steamer Keslor. By Am-'
orican admiralty law the prepayment
of wages to any but the seaman him
self is illegal, since it makes possi-'
ble the perpetuation of fraud upon '
ignorant men. The court held in this '
case that the consideration of a shil
ling for the first twenty days was an ,
evident attempt to evade the law,
and, as such, should be held void.
Chicago Tribune: General Mil?s. ; Especially to be. commended is that
It seems, has been called upon by i part of the decision which repudiates
Secretary Root to explain the remarks I the defense ofTered that the coin
he made concerning the Schley -ver-jPla5nt s a British citizen, and
diet. Thev don't need any exp'ana- J piainant was a British citizen, and
tion. Thev are perfectlv plain. emi-Jhence not s"bject to American law.
nentlv truthful, and highly creditable j lf SUCQ a c should be admitted.
(0 kj"ra A wide door to fraudulent invasion of
Indianapolis Journal: The propo- j Tje ,aw wag m not . to; departments
Mtion to make Sampson. Schley and I Am'erican seamen on foreIgn vesseisof banking.
Captain Clark of the Oregon ice- and foreIgn seamen on American! Collections carefully attended to.
Admirals might furnish a happy com- vessels, but also for foreign seamen j Exchange bought and sold,
promise solution of a most unfortu-, chipping on foreign vessels in Amer- Commercial and -Travelers' Letters
nate controversy, and the promotion ! 5n:jn ".,. ..... f10 -,-. r of Credit issued on The Bank of Calif-
of tlm callant cantain of the Oreccn I tv.ni. ,,'. .ij .: ,.i..i.it ornia. and .. M. Rotnchild & Sons,
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of Lon
NEW YORK American Exchange
CHICAGO Merchants National
PARIS Credit Lyonnais.
BERLIN Dresden Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRA
LIA Bank of New Zealand
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER
Bank of British North America.
Second Great Clearance Sale
This week we shall throw our entire stock of
LADIES WASHABLE SKIRTS
on onr cocnters, to tx soM at cost or less. "We do act believe that
any lady who visited our Muslin Underwear Sale last week wa3 dis
appointed in the bargains offered, or can say that the Sale did not
carry out the promises made in oer advertisements. We give yo ocr
word that the values offered this week will be equally as great, and.
that this is an opportunity cot to be passed by.
These Skirts are cut by skilled men tailors aad well maJe and
trimmed. They are of Crash. Khaki. Denim. BtKk. Linen ani Plqoe.
and are both white and colored. They are sold so cheaply tht we
cannot afford to make alterations on Skirts bought during tbts Sate.
but there Is a great variety of sires and lengths, and almost, evary
one can be fitted.
Prices begin at 25 cents and go to JiW. with all prices between;
the greatest bargains, however, being between Jl.SO and 52.W.
We shall put la with this Sale a few beautifoi Pure Silk Colored
Petticoats, which we have marked at exact cost. There are onlr a
limited number of them and they will probably all be soki on "tho
first day of the Sale hence better be quick.
WHITNEY & MAKSH, LTD,
i:imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirtt:iiiiTniiiimiiti i i n ntrr
A boy once wrote: "I Iuv a
rooster fer tew things one I: the
krow that iz in him. and the other
is the spurs that air on him to
bak up his crow with."
We admit having crowed often
and loud, but we have the "spurs
to back up the krow."
pure and wholesome
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Ex
change Boucht and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
BISHOP & COMPANY
Bsia,T3lsb.d isx 1S5S,
have rendered this valuable!
piece of protective legislation practi
would be popular.
Baltimore American: It is very
well for the opponents of Admiral
Schley to be willing to "let the whole
matter drop," now that they have
had their way. But, as a matter of J
fact, injustice is a thing which will j From the Chicago "News.
not down. The more trouble It makes j There is no cement that will reDair
the surer It Is to float conspicuously
on top of them.
Detroit Free Press: The rreai
mass of American opinion is over
whelmingly against the majority ver
dict, and Schley has as many sup-
f porters today as he had. when the
Maclay libel appeared. If the case is
closed for the Navy Department it is
closed also for the American people.
and If the verdicts clash, the orse
Some people would rather be con
sistent than be righL
Flirtation, like polishing powder,
brightens up the spoons.
Too much pleasure is apt to be the:
direct cause of a man's troubles. 1
You niay close your eyes to yourj
faults, but your neighbors will not.
Correspondents: The Bank of Califor
nia; Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd.. London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the 'Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
1 Chartered Bank of India, Australia &
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per cent per an
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent
- Six months, at 3 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
j Collect rents and dividends. Valuable
for the department
New York Times:
The egotist thinks he is the 1 in a papers. Wills. Binds, etc., received for
; 1.000 and the other 393 are the ci-' safe keeping.
ll IS VEln i Pben5" ' ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT,
offered to thef .nnv. , vc ,,, ,,,'
i - iiuut auai Ai.-J uiauc iuc ,
The band will not play nt the Mo
ana Hotel today as It will play at
Mrs. Theresa Wilcox's luau this ev
ening. Tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock the band will play in the Cap
itol grounds, and In the evening at
the Moana Hctel.
LEPER CONCERT ATTRACTIONS.
Several Musical Clubs and Two Chor
uses Will Give Selections.
Among the attractions of the Leper
concert, to be held In the
Auditors for Corporations and Pri-
Senate and House on their having ,!!,,. inn , tW ra
nacked the naval committee acainst ! 1 .. ..,. i vate Firms. Books examined and re-
Schley. It is evident that the Schley j rT ,, 'Pf 1' Statements of Affairs pre-
case will not "down." It ought not to ff?f a ca5 for everything, pared Trustees on Bankrupt or In
"down" until the eternal laws of jas-! b"-r becauSe tbe-v ant to (solvent Estates,
tice have been successful invoked j Cthere becauSe they hare - Office, 924 Bethel Street.
for the defense of a brave and cans-1 Man-V a man has a good appetite, ..,-- npoap-rMPM-r
ble officer against the most Infamous no'h5ng to eat, while others have SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
pieniy 10 eat out no appetite. 1 Deposits received and interest al-
lf 3 voting man owns real estate 1 Jowed at 44 per cent per annum, in
in a large city, it is an easy t-tert!
Indianapolis News: What a thon-;ter for him to find a girl willing tOcd 0 appiication.
ana piues mat we sampson-scaiey ; "is uu. ?
snd malignant assaults ever made
upon any warrior on sea or land by J
his comrades in arms.
controversy ever arose! There was
glory enough for all in that great bat-
Opr House on Saturday; will be th' their duty grandly.. Why could, It net moral concealed In this,
Where one lawyer in a small vil
lage would starve two can make a
tie, and all who participated in it did I good living. There Is a great big
Agents for Fire, Marine, Life. Acci
dent and Employers Liability Insur-
insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
E MAY & CO, Ltd.
Telephones, 22, 24, 92.
P. 0. Box 3S6.
TOU EN JOT IT;
TOU NEED IT, TOO.
lias all the wonderful tonic properties of
pure hops and malt.
Absolutely pure and properly aged.
Order a trial case from the Brewery.
TELEPHONE MAIN 341.
DELIVERED FREE IN CITY.
Delivered twice daily to any part
o the town.
The Drawing Eoom
Of one's house betrays whatever refinement and good taste
there is in its adornment to the casual visitor.
A VISIT to our store will convince any one of the excellence
of our stock and the reasonableness of our prices.
M M. Willi alias
1146-1148 FORT STREET.
When ordering ring up BLUE 3171.
A. B. DOAK, - Manager
City office, phone Main 391, P. 0.
Oil RAILWAY '0 LAND GO
From and After January 1, 1901
Union" Gas Engine
Agents yon Hamm-Young Co.jLtd.
GTTJ JJ.b.3Sr STBZET.
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P. & T. JL
Ladies'UnderwearfWM. g, irwins go., ltd
SKIRTS and CHEMISES
Made to Order and Kept laStocx
Good Fit Guaranteed. Best Workman
ship. Lowest Prices.
On Draught or in Bo ItJtt
V,"m. G- Irzrin.. President & Manager
Clans Spreckels.. First Vice Pesldent
W. 31. Giffard.. Second Vice Pre3ideai
U. 31. "Whitney, Jr...Treas. and Sec"r
Sugar Factors '
AGENTS FOR TH3
Oceanic S. S. Co.
Of San Franciico. Cal.