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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1902.
"Dwrcr Ed. Smith -wax tnr
wlU Attorney Brook of til city
ended "Denver Bd." ws Jubilant orer the prospect for toaicafs
"This evening," said Smith, "yon will the prettiest aad most
destine exhibition ta the art of gelf-defew that yon bare era? witnessed
ta Kosolalo. I will be responsible personalty for anything that happess
to-nucnt. aad 00 oae win have a right to comptaia.
"Iiata arat clae form aad I hope that my opponent, aad all t&ose
who will tafce part In the preliminaries will feel ta the samv condition.
"Some people haTe tried to injure tonight's exhibit too by writing to
the High Sheriff that it will end la a regular igfat. It will be nothing
of the kind. Ever since I came down to Honolaln I have been a law
naMtag citixen. and propose to be ao as km g as Honolulu is my bom1.
"The names oa the program for to-night are a guarantee that the
proceedings will be above reproach. All ot the local boxers are well
known here with the exception of oae. aad one is a voting man promi
nent' in law and business circles.
C. A. Graham wilt referee the boats aad Demetrius Cambrians
Cantartaoe will be master of ceremonies. My record for clean and honest
gating speaks for itself, and if to-night's exhibition is satisfactory to
the people of Honolulu. I intend to start a first class athletic club in
WVDV T V 1 V A Q VTi
H J jLjXj lL-UUl-Zilvjljl
VAN DYKE ATTEMPTS TO GET EVEN
O'CONNELL WAS CHARGED VITH
SAILING UNDER FALSE
Japanese Vould Bribe a Policeman
Stiff Fine For Pair Charged
Vlth Adultery Porto Rican
Found With Dangerous Knife.
J. Van Dyke, the second mate of
vtke ship Florence, failed to present
ttiUclent evidence against Seamen A.
JficobsOR. Olof Olaen and Jno. Johan
MMU whom he had charged with as-
mntt aad battery. The defendants'
were discharged by Judge Wilcox at
yesterday's session of police court.
From the testimony, it appeared
that Van Dyke had some difficulty
"with. Captain Spicer of the Florence.
and made a formal demand for his
way. The skipper refused to comply
with the request, and Van Dyke was
told that he would be given his mon
fejr after the cargo was out of the
ship aad not before. Van Dyke be
came very much incensed over the
result, and Captain Spicer stated that
the arrest of the seamen was simply
a nut up Job to cripple his available ,
workUig force aboard ship.
The discharge of the men yestcr (
4a,. and thfir return to work, caused!
Captain Spicer to settle with the Le-j
llgerent conn officer, and he was !
psld off and discharge,! from further'
oTitv aboard the vessel. I
' Fight at Boat Landing.
lokepa Kane and Jame Uerrington. '
lwat men. were fined $G and costs
each for lighting at the boat landing;
Thursday night. ' !
The esse of J. F. O'Connell charg-
ed with gross cheat was postponed
uutil Monday morning. O'Connell mm on uoaru tne .Monican. He pass
ws arrested uon complaint of Fang ; Hl the examination with nutual
l,um who stated that the defendant success and signed his enlistment for
had agreed to install eleven electric! four years in the United States .Vay.
lights into the Pang Lum premises 1 His grandmother Interviewed Cap
at a total cot of $11. The Chinese tain Merry and everything seemsd to
farther declared that O'Connell ! bid fair for a good and honest future
claimed to have been a represeiita- for the young man when an evening
tiv of the Hawaiian Electric Co. Paper yesterday published the story
The police are inclined to believe
that the case arises from a general
Mlura. a Japanese from the train-
lag ship Mohican, was found guilty
&t committing adultery with a woman
named Kaea. both being nned $50 and
costs. The ens was bitterly fought.
the defendants being represented by
Attorneys Long and Kaulukou. Mlu
r was also charged with endeavoring
to bribe the policeman who arrested
him. the officer claiming that the
marine offered him $2.10 for his re-
which ' was refused. The bri
bery charge was nolle prossed.
Bad Man With a Knife.
The cas of Mlura Hnchi. a hack
biid jo was alleged to have allow
ed his vehicle to be used for ques
tionable purposes was nolle prossed.
it being brought up in connection
-Uh the Mlura complaint
A Porto Rican named Sau Michael.,
tound frequenting the vicinity of B?r-t-tania
and Punchbowl streets at a
late hour of night, currying a dxu
gerous looking knife on his person
was sentenced to two months at the'
reef. According to the story of three
Prta!:ttM witnesses the defendant t
ndmvrd to perpetrate a. oktap.j
bat was outclassed and failed in his!
Antborde. a Porto Rican vagrant.
w seat to the reef for six months. I
The End of IL i
, Ah Kj. charged with heedless driv-j
trig, was dischahsed. The man wast
trrcsted noa complaint of a Japan-1
cee eydlet who declared he had been
ma down by the hackmaa.
. Horita, against whom a complaint I
bad bean Sled hy the board of health '
w-xrdlng the nasaaitary condition J
f his premises, was granted until I
February 1 to reraedy the existing)
Tiree Japaaese. arrested on Thnrs-J
day sight's okolehao raid, were ar-;
"aigaed. They wal-ed examination.?
ThV ease, will come p asjaln Monday
t a single case of drunkenness
was listed oa yestrda morning's
at bis headquarters last sight, training
ft was & prntr exMbitioa and when
A f! A TV A "R 1) IXTFn
XXJX1X . ILILxjU X X.U
J. WARD ENLISTS ON THE MOHICAN
SHIPS FOR FOUR YEARS 3UT
MUCH PUBLICITY RUINS
Bright and Capable Boy is Accused
of Receiving Stolen Goods Pobce
Officials Interested in His Css
Enlists on the Mohican Eut
Arrested Again Last Night.
James Ward, a young Hatsaiifcn
boy. passed a first class examination
yesterday on board the training ship
Mohican and signed enlistment pa
pers for a period of four years.
Ward is only eighteen ears old
and is said to be a verv .bright and
capable young man. His father is
a first class machinist, and the boy
seems to have inherited some of tie
ingenuity of his father. A few months
ago he was captain of the Catholic
Mission baseball team and was very
popular among all those that knew
him. He was arrested for bing in
possession of stolen goods which had
bet 11 given to him by another bov,
and was locked up at the Oahu Jail
wnfthir tn nnnnnr nt fho navr cA.cmn
Qf the crcuU Court
nm , , , . m t
, Glials ' the Police Depan-ent
""".k I'T,' it" I ?'
they thought that here had been no
"Iminal intent on h.s part, and when
h Mohican anchored in Honolulu
harbor they felt there was a good op-
portunity to give the young tellov, a
" l0 start ew- h0 and
High Sheriff Brown took the steps
necessary for sucn an eni1 an5 '
da-v before yesterday secured his re
Inse from the Oahu Jail and sent
of his antecedents which came under'
the eyes of Captain Cowden
Young Ward had been given leave 1
to spend the night ashore with his
parents and could not be found, to
Captain Cowden went to Captain
IS TO E3E GIVEN 4g
OPEN TO' i&XJul
Come and see the, Watch, Boys!
It's a Daisy Stem Winder, Hunting
Case, Sterling Silver, J J Standard
JOHNNIE HICKEY won the GOLD WATCH
for selling: the most papers tip to Christmas Day.
Parker aad tod him to aunt up tie
young man. Ward was found at tat
corner of Nunana aad Hotel streets
aQd takes dOWE to the police Station
where he was lock' d ap for the night
pending further investigation by the
Sheriff Browa aad Captain Parker
feTjapethize deeply with the boy, aad
will renew thfir eadeavors this mora -
lag to give hia a chance to snake
good aad honest Hying:
Remaining in the Honolulu Postoffice
Up to January 18, 1S03.
Allen, Mrs Miner, Geo Jr
Amme, John F Mitchell, Lewis M
Atkinson. H W Miles, C E
Ayres, Mrs T E Morse, Miss L E
Barnaeisel, Grace Murphy, Thos
Beaumont. Jule Mcintosh, G
Bernard, 3Irs S
Miss B. K (2)
Bowen, Mrs. G
McDougal, "W P
Pettus, T H
Pickard, Mary K
Porter, H G
j Boyle, Mrs R A
Brunley, Mrs M BRandall, Wm A
Brown, J W Rankin, Guy
Brown. Mrs JohnRench. M C
Carroll, Capt F WRoberts, Clarence
Sanford. Mrs G H
Shoemaker, Mrs L
Smith, Jas K
Spencer, G R
Steele, Miss A
Steward, Mrs C
Summers, Mrs A
Travis, J S
Toyre, Thos E
Von Gunther, "W
i ciark. ai
1 Connon, Geo
Cole, Reginald J
Cole, Geo W
Collins, Mrs C A
Collins. Mrs K
Cockett, Mrs MollIeWarran, Thos
Cook, Chas A
Davis, Mrs D D
Dawson, J G
Decker ,W S
Dennis, Eva II
Ward. Rud A
Walton, H P
Walters. Mrs G
Whitnev. Sadie M
Wrhite, Wm D
White, Chas E
Mr and Mrs F
Green, Mrs Porter Wilson, J H
Hancock, Mrs E Packages
Halverson. C (2)
Haber. J (2)
Hall Mrs Maria
Hines, Mrs F E
Howe. A W
Hogan, J G
Andrew, Mrs S J
Berry, H W (2)
Brown, Clara L
Ciark. Mrs M E
Cooper, F F (2)
Connor. H V
Jensen. Mrs Peter Conrod, Geo
Jephson, Mr Dert, Mrs M
Judd, Mrs Bonnie Hight, Harry
Lang, John A
Lundohl, C B
Kennedy, Mrs A
Klitz. Maj Gen
Knight, H W
Lamb, Miss X E 2 O'Connor, Mrs N
Lewis, Master M Richard, Geo (2)
Long, Mrs G A
Simpson, Nellie E
JJiles, Chas E
St Leon, Miss
Ward, Arthur F
Webster, A M
Wheeler. Mrs H
When calling for these letter please
ask for "Advertised."
JOS. M. OAT, Postmaster.
Jewel For Jackson.
-Mi;tl JW1', le bin.t.a. Pv.;d
v-t t i .i. n.;ni ..i;nA i
rtfllnr r has fi.itn mnrln tha rpninipntt
of a beautiful diamond mounted lock
ct, presented hy a lady whose horse
was topped in a recent runaway bj
Jackson. The trophy is highly
Artist Chapman in New York.
Friends in this city have received
word from A. J. Chapman, the former
purser of the Iwalani, that he has
finally established himself as an art
ist in New York City.
0 THE :M0ST Enter-
- prising News' Boy,
who disroses of the
most parers of . . .
Cbc Honolulu Republican
durinjr the month of
"OPS TOO BLGOMIN IGH."
The Cnciithmu't onij- Comment
YVbca the Broncho Thrtw lilm.
"Most Englishmen are considered
j pretty fair horsemen, bat when It
cocks to ridior a backing broncho some .
of theai are not ta or oa is for long."
! toe owner cf a large cattle ranch ;
, Ia Wyoming to the writer the other
a1 d?- "For instance, a rich yoaa- Ens-
lishman recently came out to my part
tf the country in quest of some good
Investment. He was at my ranch as a
' guest for a few days, and one after
noon as the cowboys were about to
' round up a bunch of cow ponies the
I young man said that he would enjoy a
good ride In the saddle. He said he
' was used to riding only thoroughbreds,
i and he didn't think we had a horse
' rood enough for him. The boys con
vinced him that they had one of the
finest horses on the plains, and if he
knew how to ride he was welcome to
the animaL He was apparently in
sulted when questioned about his abil
ity to ride and answered that he could
' ride any kind of a horse. A sleepy
looking broncho was accordingly j
I brought out from the corral and sad-1
J died. Though the beast appeared half j
' dead, be was tb worst bucker in the j
""E's lifeless,' said the foreigner
when the pony was brought to him.
The boys said the nag would wake up
after the first mile, and milord got Into
the saddle. The first buck iurnn nlaced
him on the horse's neck, and after the ! saTe her Chamberlain's Cough Rem
second he was In the atmosphere. He 1 edy according to directions and In two
turned a double somersault and tan-l-, das fhas wel1 nd' ? ble t0 f
ed on the sharp end of a cactus plan- school, r have use d this remedy in
., , , . , . . .. v. . ' mv family for the past seven years
, When be picKed himself up. one of the aml have-never known ,t to fa- savs
, boys asked what he thought of the . James prendergast, merchant. Annot
, thoroughbred now. The question made to Bav, Jamaica. WTest India Islands,
the Englishman turn pale. 1 The pains in the chest Indicated an
" 'E's a good 'oss,' he answered, approaching attack of pneumonia, '
'but he lopes too
THE MYSTERY OF DREAMS.
A Coae In "Which the Coincidences
On one occasion during the civil war '
I dreamed that I was standing beside j
a road when there came marching
along It a strong column of prisoners.
with guards at Intervals on the flanks.
I asked one of these guards who the
prisoners were and where they had
been captured. He informed me that
they had been taken In an engagement
witii the enemy on the day before and
that there were 1,900 of them. I then
asked some bystander what day of the
month it was and was told it was such
a day of a certain month, some six
weeks later than the date of the dream.
The whole dream was extremely dis
tinct, and it made a strong impression
on me. I related it to a number of my
comrades within the next few days
and then thought of It no more
Six weeks later, on u. morning of
the very day that had been mentioned
in the dream as the date when the col-
umn of prisoners had. passed before
me. I was on picket two miles distant
from the point where I had seemed
to be when I saw them. It was sjon
nftpr hrpnkfnsf. nnil 1 -n-: sninillno
-'-- - - --? -- .-.. .L...U.. ...,
by the side of the road at the tire talk
ing to the officer of the picket when an
j aid to the commanding general came
' riding down the road. He had heen a
1 schoolfellow of our officer's at West
j Point, and he reined up when he recog
nized his friend. He told us that he .
had good news; that there had heen a i
sharp engagement with the enemy tnt ,
HpfnrP nnrt thnr nnr nonnt.. hrri
captured 1.900 prisoners, who had Just
passed the headquarters that morning
on their way to the rear.--t- Louli
From the Chicago Tribune.
"Is there anv water in metals?'
asked the instructor of the class in ('
"There seems to have been some in
copper." responded the young man
with the bad eye.
For Unlimited Expansion.
Everything goes to indicate that the ,
smaller a republic is the more diffi-i
cult it is to govern. Atlanta Journal.
I THE KASH CO.,LTD
- C0ME TODAY
Here are a few sensible suggestions for Holiday Gifts:
Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes,
Silk Hose, Underwear,
Shirts, Pajamas, Ties. ?. T
All the above and many
The Kash Co., Lrtd.
TWO STORES TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 558.
23 and 27 Hots) Strsst and Comer
' THREE O'CLOCK IS THE HORNING,
TtiTt is i t cf UL.i-sr
Win tie fotttiTif. CTicn if
Ai ytt in -nj.
Is ti JUr tky U soirzsciZ.
S firr, bet igpfflrftTf c0
Tin ico U 35-i vil tcicw;
firriSir rset loc ftnrt.
Eip bi tic boHi isi latt tixJ
Stcl cct bcili tis iir;
&is tieoe is is ST.V-ira tmid
Ct x-tU pitr-
EaJ Jee iti ItHtd bi,
Wtlt hr U j'-": c! wi.
WR ia b Kfttd b!kcr.
Haiti tie txiit o! t'-ftr'i
Tie tMnsi in dn: td ees2;
Tbaeh tit aeca U 02 tht wxztz
Tie lai lilt wiil-i ttrjihast ti iit
Ercpi vt t dfb c( f-iii.
Orrr ti itHi id Ira?;
Tte pis. !kt Is crcr.
Ad jet it U at drrs.
1-xxT (Jena fc tie jaitsrt
Tie a:t!e tsrs tad ;
AH Uiizs '-& . tncMed
With t ttZM cf th cfccii
Tcr ti.tr ith ej cv t ri
Szi they ! :estlca kcar.
l!ikr tie csost o! tit cic iocrt
Tie tut tcgizs U glaw!
Tie exst it H fcv ts!t.
Tie ciirsed hocr Is pxit.
For. bmliss cp tit qiitt lUti,
The dij- tpperi at Ixti.
OUre Uslovcrti ta Ctxsbtn' JccnuL
A Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off.
j "Some time ago my daughter caught
a severe cold. She complained of pains
' in her chest and had a bad cough. I
which in this instance was undoubted
ly warded off by Chamberlain's Cougn
Remedy. It counteracts any tendency
of a cold toward pneumonia. Sold by j
all dealers and druggists. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. J
New Ice Cream Parlors.
D. G. Camarinos has recently open
ed up a dainty and neat ice cream
'Everythi ng clean and tasty. Ice
cream, cool drinks, etc Don t fail to
The Union Express CoE,
Office with Evenin? Bulletin.
1U King dtreet -:- -:- Telephonb So
We move safes, pianos and furniture,
rce haul freight and lumber.
We sell black and white sand.
Wo meet all incoming coast steamers,
Wo oheck baggage on all outgoing
' -Ron-rrl fi4- Kf) npr Txrppk
' COarQ' 3.OU per WeGK
iTVTftft.ls - - - 25C EaCJl
pniVATP RDflM FDR I M1IF!
rnllfllt IlUUm TUri LflUICO.
EVERYTHING NEW, CLEAN and
Jl?e popular ftaurapt
Bethel Street, nack o' Postoffice.
T7iVY"'"TT7' O TV f "fcfl'iV
-CjIM VUXLili 0.ri.jWvJl
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigar
RYAN A DEMENT.
Northwest corner Hotel and Nuuu
Honolulu Brewing and Malting
Draught and Bottled Beer
King street, opp. O. R. & L. Co.
RYAN & DEMENT, Prop.
Nuuanu Street. Back of Club Stables.
Fine Bath House.
Fine Barber House,
Fle Imported Cigars,
Fine Boot Polish Stand
becomes another yesterday,
tomorrow will become another
todnr. don't wait for tomorrow but
more useful gifts. are tobe
Xain 96 and Main 370
ef Fort aid Hotel Streets.
nr sv Se 1 l sitnB'jin
file Best VfinBS
. anil Jjiquors y
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.
' WHAT SHALL WE SEND YOU?
Come in and make a selection;
we guarantee the quality.
HOFFSCHUEGEB CO., LTD
The Pioneer Wine and Liquor House.
No. 25 King SU near BetheL
Is well done. It Is the repairing of
I And the making of
MOTOR CARRIAGES and
FINE STEEL WORK.
THE MOTOn CARRIAGE AND
Phone White 911
For Some GENUINE HIRE'S
HOOT BEER or GINGER ALE
All kindi of drinks delivered to all
parts of the city upon the receipt oi
Soda Water Works
127 Miller Street
U broken repair It.
ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS.
1186 Union Street.
OPP. PACIFIC CLUB.
IV lVJll i
SsiablisHod isx 1858,
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers Letters
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Calif-;
ornia. and N. M. Rothchlld &. Sons.
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
Chartered Bank of India, Australia &
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per cent per an
j n&ra, viz.:
Seven davs' notice, at 2, per ceat
Three months, at 3 per dent
Sbc months, at 3 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees nnder mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends. Valuable
papers. Wills. Binds, etc.. received for
Auditors for Corporations and Prl
; vate Firms. Books examined and re-
ported on. Statements of Affairs pre
I pared. Trustees on Bankrupt or In
I Office. 924 Bethel Street.
Deposits received and Interest al-
' ! lowed at 4 per cent per annum. In
1 accordance with Rales and Regula
; ' tlons. copies of which may be obtain
ed on appl'cation.
, Agents for Fire, Marine, Life, Accl
.dent and Emolayers Liability Insur
I ance Companies. '
ul Insurance Ofice. 921 Bethel Street
l iWA if it I Ta'
- . IVB "B K. w
Riulirt' T RIGHT.
c fit Eye-glasses and Spectacles
j and fit than Right Rig We
at nass to Ota eyes to giv octicr
vtsaoo and to preset-re eresigfet. We
fit glasses so young eyes for tne'rts
moral of eye-strain and at$do.t
Frames Right, Ltnsts Rif.k
Tr raiment Right, Prices RighL
RIGHT OUR WAY, 0805.
Factory on the prttaMcst
A. N. 55Nr ORD,
Boston Building. Fort street.
Tbs Tri -Wsskly Leading Mswspapsr.
Best Job Printing at Lowast Prices.
dr. t aaTAanTRA.
- - . T. KIXTJBA
River Street near Beretania Bridfftt.
P. O. Box S42. TeL White 54L
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU. - H.T
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francieo.
! LONDON The Union Baak of Lon
i don. Ltd.
I NEW YORK American Kxchnnge
CHICAGO Merchants National
PARIS Credit Lyonnais.
BERLIN Dresden Sunk.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banklag
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRA
LIA Bank. of New Zealand
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER
Bank of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Mado on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Ex
change Boucht and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
Delivered twice daily to any part
Q' the town.
When ordering ring up BLUE 3171.
A. B. DOAK. - Manager
City office, phono Main 391, P. O.
OAHU RAlLWA'i .NI UNO GO
From and After January 1, 1901
Dally DaUy DaHy Day o
Dall7 X?ailj -Suuloai,
i.BjJu,ka .ect Fv
vir.ii VJncu. r
g. p. if ,M