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ii Mum 1 V'." ' ? ( I If yon want to. day's News, t-dny you can 11 nd a in Tlio'UrtnnllanStnr Is tho unpen Hint rocs Into tlio best homes of Honolulu THK STAIt I CLASSIFIED ADS, THREE LINES, THREE TIMES TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. QUICK RESULTS I iVol. XI. HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1903. J-443" 13 T'wS- l 4 ;4 ,p v ; ft; 1 r WRIGHT TRIESAGAIN JUROR BLACK IS RELATED TO CLARK Clark Was Arrested For Em bezzling The Same Funds Wright Is Now Charged With Having Appropriated, 'Another motion for a new trial of the B. H. Wright embezzlement case was brought before Judge De Bqlt this morning, based upon the alleged par tiality of Juror James . Black. This time it was alleged that Black is a brother-in-law of Charles H. Clark, former superintendent of Kalihl camp, who was arrested on a- charge of em bezzling money which Wright was later indicted for embezzling, and Wright In an affidavit again declares his belief that Black was not impartial as a juror. The affidavit of Wright Is as follows "The undersigned BA H. Wright, be ing first duly sworn",' upon his oath de poses and says;, I am the defendant Tipreln and I nersonallv know James H. Black who was me "of the Jurors and the Foreman of the Jury. who heard and rendered the verdjet of guilty in the above entitled cause. I also know Charles II. Clark", who was formerly the Superintendent of the Waiakamilo detention camp; and said James H. Black during all the time mentioned was and still Is related to said Clark; said James H. Black, during all thrt time herein mentioned was, and still Is, biother-In-law of and to said Clark, being married to a sister of said Clark. And the said Charles II. Clark was charged with and arrested for the em bezzlement of the money and property of the Territory of Hawaii for wlitch I was subsequently liidlcted ' by the grand Jury of the Island of oahu. Ana the said Charles H. Clark was duly committed for trial for the embezzle ment of the moneys and property of the Territory of 'Hawaii for which I was subsequently indir'ted, and I am .satisfied and allege -and say that the said Jnme3 H. Black was not an Im partial Juror. "B. H. WRIGHT " The motion was argued by George A. Davis, and John W. Cathcart replied for the Territory. Then J. J. Dunne argued and Davis argued again. Judge De Bolt denied the motion for a new trial, and an appeal was noted. EXPERT'S PAY The following resolution offered by J. K. Paele was adopted without anyone trying to ascertain just what it was In tended to mean! 1 "Be It resolved by the House of Rep resentatives, that In case our medical expert selected by either of the two political parties in this House to ac company the Leper Settlement Com mission for the purpose of giving their medical opinions and advice to the members of this Honorable House, as to the conditions and matters relating to the care, treatment and cure of those poor stricken people at the Set tlement, that such medical expert se lected by each political party shall be paid a reasonable sum for his services rendered 'to such commission." Want ads In the Star bring quick re sults. Three lines three times, foi 25 tents - BBBBDBQBQDQBBBQBHBHBHBBBBB a Kl a M n a 3 a a H H a a n H H a n M In placing your pffalrs in tie hands of a Trust Company, you have a right to expect that your interests will be carefully Jooked after. The Hawaiian Trust Company will never disappoint you. The Trust Company lives long, stays at home, keeps well, there fore is best fitted to administer a trust. 923 FORT STREET, 1 TELEPHONE MAIN 184.1 BMBB3BBHIHBHHBBBBBBBBBBBB MEDICAL 9 llliWfilill m WORK . STOPS FOR THE PRESENT AT LEAST THE RAPID TRANSIT AVILL NOT - BE EXTENDED TO KAIMUKI. Work on the proposed extension of the Rapid Transit road out to Kalmuki has been indefinitely postponed. The work of extending the road out King street so as to reach the new baseball grounds and the McKinley Park is in progress and will be com pleted before very long. This Is an ex tension of about a thousand feet be yond McCully street where the road crosses the Chinese truck gardens to 'the Walkikl road. This carries the end of the .road out King street almost to the point where King street extended would Intersect 'Beretania street, just this side of the Moillill church. , The suspension of ibe Kalmuki ex tension work came last Saturday when obstacles, it was thought not best to try to overcome at this time were en countered. A good deal Of work had been done preliminary to running the line of road out Beretania street arid the Waialae road. Complete surveys had been made, and where the road. juupuseu iu me nu aireuius uiui come downw respectively from Manoa and' fr'onv! Palolb valleys, the heavy growth ofjvtang!(fd vines and lantana had been cut away. Iji addition 'to-'this the work of cut ting the lantana and the atgeroba growth along the surveyed route of the line on Waialae road had been done. The stoppage of this extension wlli be a disappointment to a great many who had confidently expected the building of the road out this route this season. TO KNOCK 00T 'S BILL SENATE AVAVS AND MEANS COM MITTEE OFFERED A SUBSTI TUTE DEPOSITORY MEASURE. The Committee on Ways and .Means administered a 'body blow to Senator Cecil Brown's public depository meas ure this morning, when that bill came up for second reading. The Committee sidetracked the 'Brown mcasuie by of fering a substitute bill. In Senate Bill No, 7, the Brown bill, it was provided that the fire bonds should be offered for sale and the bank ing Institution doing business in Iic nolulu, that should purchase t'iem at not le.3s than par value should Its de signated as the public depository. All public moneys sbould be deposited with that Institution and the lnnd3 should be deposited with the Treasury as a guarantee for the protection, of public moneys deposited v, ith the bank. The depository was to continue during the life of tha bonds. The new bill made a number of changes. The 'most important was oa which does not require the public de pository to be determined according to the purchase of the bonds. The treas urer shall designate any Institution as the public depository, .but this deposit ory must deposit with the treasurer sufficient bonds, Territorial, U.,S. bond3 or other bonds within the Territory, to protect the amount of public money de posited. The period for the existence of this depository or financial aent Is unlimited. The substitute bill was read this morning; Senator C. Brown stated that he would desire to defend his original bill. A recess was taken until 2 o'clock, so no debarb was held on the new measure. The fireman Is 1n great' danger from falling bricks or timbers as well as from the flames. No lire department is properly equipped without a supply of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This liniment Is unexcelled for burns and bruises. One application gives relief. Try It. All dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., general agents, sell It. ATTRACTION FOR LADIES. Sachs' millinery opening Is the at traction today. The daintiest millinery creations of the year are on exhibition and souvenirs are being given away during the day. The opening Continues tomorrow, and Friday. For Tents. Awnings. Storm Curtains, Hammocks, and all kinds of canvas goods. Telephone us and we ,will be pleased to iubinjt samples and tnote estWales. Pearson a Potter Go,, Ltd HOTEL AND UNION STREETS. 'Phone Main 317. 8W KING TO VISIT ROPE 'I EDWARD THE SEVENTH Sf ENGLAND ABOUT TO VISIT ROME AND WIBL PROBABLY MAKE A CALL ON THE VENERftBL.'E HEAD oAtHE R61MAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Associated Press Cable to the Star . ' ROME, April 2. It is annoutipcl that King Edward of Great Britain is coming here, and he will probably visit the Pope. The announcement has previously been made that the King would pay a visit to President Loubet of France. -:o:- LIL1U0KALAN1 IS Associated Press Cable to the Star. SAN FRANCISCO, April 2. today on the b. S. Mcntura for 0:- RIOT IN Associated Press Cable to the Star. AIONTEREY, Mexico, April 2. A mob attacked the Gov ernor's residence here and had a severe encounter with the police. The police killed seven of the rioters and wounded many more. CUTTING PRICE OF SUGAR Associated Press Cable to the Star. NEW YORK, April 2. The Arbuckles today made a cut in the price of refined sugar. They announce the price now on refined sugar at 4 cents a pound. This action on the part of the Arbuckles. indicates that the fight between jthat concern and the Haveineyer- sugar interests, has not by any means, been concluded. YcsterdayjtheHave meyer people cut refined sugar to MitV-iq cents n. pound. .-Tlu".. Arbuckles have followed today with a still further reduction. :o: TROOPS Associated Press Cable to the Star CONSTANTINOPLE, April 2. As a result of the increasing disturbances in the Balkans the government has decided to send additional to troops there and more soldiers will be sent at once to cope with the situation, which is becoming more serious. VAVVAViVViVViV,iViVA,i,1ViWAVbV vwvvvv MC SUGAR IS VARIOUS FACTORS HAVE 145,000 BAGS SUGAR AT THE RAILWAY WHARF AWAITING SHIPMENT. Wharf Superintendent Dennlson of the Oahu Railway company is now ful-' ly prepared to load sugar bottoms as fast as they come along1. There Is stored at the Railway wharf, 14,000 bags of sugar ready for shipment. This Is not by any means, the largest amount that has ever been stored at the wharf, for Mr. Dennlson has fre quently had twice as much sugar on hand, but nevertheless, the sugar now in the warehouse is sufficient to en able the wharf people to rest confident that they will be able to load vessels as fast as there Is any demand for su gar. Of the sugar on hand, 40,000 bags are there for 'the American-Hawaiian Com pany, and are being held for the S. S. American which Is en route from Seat tle to this .port. The American Is to load about 4,000 tons of sugar at this port for Delaware Breakwater. She will also load at Kahulut probably, and also Hllo. Castle and Cooke have 30,000 sacks of sugar at the railway wharf. The barkentlne Archer will probably begin tomorrow loading from this sugar. She will take about 18,000 sacks for San Francisco. H. Hackfeld and Company have about 45,000 sacks. The bark Diamond Head will begin loading for this firm in a couple of days. She will go to San Francisco. W. G. Irwin and Company have 40,000 sacks of sugar at the Railway wharf. The bark Annie Johnson finished fu migating .this morning. She will take , sugar from the steamer Mauna Loa to morrow, and on the following day baut j over to the Railway wharf and take j the remainder of her cargo for Irwin & company, whioh will total1- 2S.O0O bags of sugar. Tho schooner Helene which arrived this morning from San Fran cisco will finish discharging ubout SaM ,Urday, fumigate Sunday and be loading Jrwln sugar Ut 'the Railway wharf Mon Way. Both pf these vessels will sull for San Francisco next week. IN EXT (MAIL TO THE COAST. The next mall to the Coast will be by '.the Hong 'Kong 'Maru which Is sched uled to sail Tuesday morning. She win nrrlvo iMonday afternoon from the Ori ent and depart the 'folllwlng muting for Sun Francisco, The S. S. Sierra Is due Tuesday morning from the south, She will sail In the afternoon for San Francisco, 5 HOMEWARD BOUND Ex-Queen Liliuokalani sailed Honolulu. MEXICO E L SPECIAL SENATE COMMITTEE FAVOR SEVERAL RAISES IN LOAN 'BILL ITEMS. In the Senate this morning the House reported 'Senate BUI No. 53 relating to divorce and separation, as passed. The Senate bill relating to partnerships, publication of U. S. court decisions on Hawaiian matters, amending law relat ing to quarantine of animals, and giv ing Superintendent of Public Works su pervision of kerosene were given second reading, as were the Senate bills relat ing to the importation of foreign goods and the Hllo fire department. The vaccination bill was referred to the health committee. The bill relating to Insurance was referred to the ways and means committee. Action on Senate Bill No. 13S which permits the Assessor to collect personal taxes l.j service on those whose names are on 'he delinquent tax list, was de ferred as there are some amendments to bo offered to the bill. The measuro was up lor second reading; SenaU Bill No. 152 for the protection of birds was given second reading. The Hackman bill of the House wiu referrel to the Committee on Wuys aim Means. The measure to provide for a volun teer fire department for Walluku was referred to tho Committee on Public Lands. On motion of Senator C Brown the mover of the bill, 'Senate Bill No. 05 was laid on the 'table. He said that with ciause I killed, as had been done, the measure ivns worthless. For tho special committee to which had be'5n referred tho matter of the apprlpnatlon of $134,700 for schools on Oahu, in the Loan bill, Senator Achi reported in favor at Increasing the item to $155,400. The clmivltteo which had tivi matters of certain Items for Maui In hxud, reported thrtugli benuior Italdwlii, that the Item of $10,000 for the construction of a road to the Nahlku homes: ';uls be cut to $:',500 but that tho item of $5,000 for a road frlm Na hlku to Kaliua be Increased to $50,000. Both reports wore tabled, to be con sidered with the oLan bill. The measures given third reading to day were: Senate 'BUI No. 143, amend ing the nuisance liyv; Senate Bill No. 144, substituting "chief engineer" for "fire marshal" In fire laws; Senate Bill No. 145, substituting wordH "Board of Health" for "Minister of the Interior" in heiilth laws, and Senate BUI 1N0. 119, making changes In the banking laws. The Senate took a rcceas until 2 p. m. BALKANS FOR MO 0 MONEY FOR THEN THEY ILL WITH TO MAKE EXCUSE DAMIEN SAID HE HAD A COLD AND THE OTHERS TOOK, THE CUE KUPIIIEA'S SORE THROAT AND HUSKY VOICE. Five members of the 'House who were absent from the session last night were called upon .by Speaker Beckley this morning for explanations. Damien was reported by the Speaker to have ex plained that he was Unwell and the other offenders took the ,cue. Kuplnea Bald he had a cold and sore throat and still had It. Aylett remark ed that Kupihea's voice sounded husky and suggested that lie ought to be ex cused. (N'akalcka and Fernandez said they 'had .been unwell. "After the excite ment of yesterday afternoon I felt very bad," said Fernandez, referring to his worm encounter with IBeckley over the bill to encourage diversified industries. Beckley remarked that Fernandez had withdrawn his charge of bad faith and accepted the excuses. Wright was re ported by. Beckley to behaving dengue. "He has every sign of a rash and I sent him 'home again," said the Speak er. Kalama said that he had been up In Pauoa with a member of the Senate, Investigating the water proposition and didn't know there was a nlflht session anyhow. The excuse was accepted, Beckley asking the members to notify the House of absences In future. STMT FAMOUS- PLATE? CECIL BROWN SAID THIS MORN ING THAT KALAKAUA, KAPIOLANI NOR LILIUOKALANI CLAIMED IT The Kalakaua plate was before the Senate for consideration this morning The matter was presented In the form of tho Joint resolution which originated In the House, to present to Princes Ku hlo and David the famous plate. With out discussion, the matter was referred to the committee on Public Expendi ture's. Sepajtor Cecil Ilrown made a state ment' regarding the plate. Senator Brown's statement was similar to that made In the Star last week by James W. Robertson, regordlng the plate. At the death of Kalakaua so Senator Brown said. Dr. Trousseau was made the executor. On the succession of Li liuokalani, Dr. Trousseau went to the Palace to secure some articles claimed by the Dowager Queen Kaplolanl. Li liuokalani had had Dr. Trousseau driven out of the Palaco grounds when he came on this mission. Subsequent ly after the overthrow, a demand was made on the Provisional government for certain property In the Palace. A conference was held at which tho In terests of Queen Kaplolanl were repre sented by Cecil Brown, Llllmikalanl by James W. ltobertson and the Pro visional Government by W. F. Allen. At that time, every thing claimed by Liliuokalani and Kaplolanl was given 'to them. No claim whatever was made by either Kaplolanl or Llllunka lanl for this plate. Everything that they did not clnim, was kept as tho property of the government. Moreover King Kalakaua had never made any claim to this plate, the speaker said. SAVING MONEY. The plan of tho Pioneer Building and Loan Association encourages Its mem bers to make monthly savings of stated amounts $1.00 or any multiple of $1.00. Tho odd dollars of one's Income are thus put to substantial use as each dol lar paid In Immediately begins to earn Interest. Loans made to its sharehold ers are paid back in monthly Install ments. The Interest earned for 1902 was ll'A per cent. Pioneer Building & Loan Association, Judd Building, Mer chant street. J. L. McLean, president: A. V. Gear, secretary. Baking Powder Makes the bread more healthful. Safeguards the food against alum. Alum bakjng powders are the greatest nVnaccrs to health of the prerent day. ' ROYAL OAKINQ POWD- -O., KCV -O". 0 ACCORD BEGAN WHO OWN JACK ASHORE WILL EM 01 TIE SAILORS .. HE Trustees This Morning Decide That Its Work Warrants its Continuance For a . Year at Least. The adjourned annual meeting; of th& Board of Trustees of the Honolulu. Sailors' Home Society was held today when the following officers were elected for the current year: Col. W. F. Al len, president; E. D. Tenney, vice-president: F. A. Schaefer, snrretary; E. F. Bishop, treasurer. Executive commit tee: W.'W. Hall, chairman; C. L. Wight, Henry Waterhouse. Capt.'l. Bray, the superintendent or the Home, was present, by Invitation. His report to the Board was read by the secretary. It stateu the fact that owing to the small number .of sailing: vessels now frequenting this po'-t, thr number of Inmates of thp Sailors Home had decreased in proportion and. that it required the gifatest economy and careful munagenient to meet th running expenses, while tlmro would to no funds in his bands for repairs to rho building or other extra outlays. After a careful discussion of the sit uation a motion was unanimously adopted to carry on the Sailors' Home for this year at all events, trnstlntr that sufficient funds may be raised by public subscription In this community to keep the bailors' Home liv repalra and meet the necessary expenditures not otherwise provided for. The Sailors' Home Soclnty was lu- -i-orptfitiVec m 1854 and during its nl mos: seml-teentennlal exlstance has proved to bo a most "useful Institution which would be greatly missed In thla community, If for lack of financial as sistance it should be allowed to ceuse to fill Its place. In such case the bail ors' Home property Would revert to the Teiritorial Government undo.- tha terms of the chai i"r. THE STONE WALL CASE. In the case of the Territory against L. B. Kerr, a suit -for an injunction to stop the construction of a stone wall on the befell at Waikiki, the defendant filed u motion to dNiniyg an.! th- Ter ritory a motion for leave to amend the complalnl to correct some minor er rors. By stipulation the motldi) l 3is mis'3 was withdrawn and (..; motion, for leave to amend was gr.iiitqd.' SljES JN ASSUMPSIT. The Hawaiian Hardwaie Company has brought'sult ngalnst H. H. Macfar- lane for $475.19, adeged to ba due for goods sold and delivered. IHO! THE SMALL FARMER. A 10-pound cabbage was brought Ho the city this morning from Pearl City.' The cabbage was raised by a Chinese small, farmer. BOXING CONTEST. , 'Remember there will be 25 rounds of good boxing at the Orpheum Saturday night. 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