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SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A Caricll a private of the 24th In
fantry aboard the transport Hancock,
was arrested Saturda) night on the
i harge of malicious Injur) I) bieaklng
n window In the bouse of Nlcper, the
expressman.. He appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon with Knulukou
as his nttorifvy .
Judge Wilcox was calloil upon to lis
ten to a pitiful tale about a poor color
ed soldier going to Manila The man
was drunk at the time nnd did not
know whit he was doing The attor
ney had been to see Mr Nelper and ho
hftfl ninuil tn tnlfn lr. for thn ihtnnvn
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done The soldier had ugieed to pay
In the meantime. Dr-put) Sheriff
cuiiiingworin nna re-ceiveu inc ioiiow
Ing note, handed him b) a second ber-
.eant of the 24th Infnntr) and after hu
and Judge Wilcox had read It them
was a very uccuieu snnening on meir
van' .. .
Lb A i iiancocK.
.iu.iu.uiu. ii. i., j.ur. ... .; tno i,,Innig. that the peiltloner's fa
The Chief of Police -Please turn ther was a cook for the witness's fa-
Meruit uurw.il icoioresi over to two
aier of this note
Captain, 24th Infantr) I
Kaulukou asked that an officer cou-i
duct Caicll to the transport for tin
purpose of getting the money and
juuge vvncox repneu mat ne am noi
propose to hae an) more police oHl
cers going to transports on such it
rands lliey had usuall) been treat-
c,l to a hall storm of coal and rocks
u . omcrrs uu men an., ireaico io ,,,, 10 ,,., w)pn nRkoi, ,
the Ulest kinds of abuse during which I thc Cmrt ,f ,,, c,,na b not ,
the man being conducted aboard mado .,,nn from im , mi comiollfllj.
his escape and was welcomed as n ,, ,,,,, ,n rcl)1 np Ba8 n ,,
conquering hero The officers wire , ,s n ,bg0 an(, n xm ,ho ,
worse than tho men In their abuse. tIial , anl RUInB U8Umon) al)0Ut ..
!,", ?JhV!M ch," nK"r,h l0l,,tl'1; Contradiction of Testimony,
ed In this Mew nnd Kaulukou was told AU of uhcn ,8 contradiction of thn
to go about the matter of getting hli testlmon) of the petitioner himself
money In another wa) wll0 uort, that ht, dlJ nnt l0mc ,)ack
Judge Wilcox added that he wished to Honolulu from China until he wns
It understood that the Police Court ,wehe )ears old, which would he
was not a collecting agency-and tliat III either In 1894 or 1895. If his allegation
h.i saw fit to turn the soldier loose. a, t0 hi, birtll wa9 (rilc
Nleper would lme to take his chances -,,. (mly other w,ne8R for pemion.
about getting the mone). A little lat- cr was one Ah Um. a Chinaman, who
er on the whole thing was patched up t(.stlft(, on, that he had known petl
and Carzell was freed. toncr as a Ralter fo, re( yearii pr,or
The second sergeant, when he saw ,0 hu ,icnartiire for Chln.i In 1901.
how- things were going, tiled to get I At tlc time the petitioner wns allcg
back the note which Is ghen aboe but td t0 hae been born In these Islnnds.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth would the law made It a penal offense for an)
not let him hnw It. sa)fng It becama ,nrent not , rell01t for tPKKtrntton
the propei t) of the police department I the birth of a child (Sec 8. Act of
upon Is delHery td hlra ,87g complied Uws of Hawaii. 1881
Needles to sa the police nie Indlg ,,, o,j, ,t , ,! that all bliths
liant at the note for thej consider It a , Uilldren weie ieglsteie.1 In acoid
.llrt attempt on the part of the mill- amc w,tM ,, ,att N roof of any
tary aboard the transmit Hancock to ,utniunce with such law was Intro
iitcrferc with the cUll antliorltlcJ of llllle(, on b(linf of tll0 ,)ctt,mer In
the Terrltor) tha (nH(, Thg 8 n g,inipnnat gBnl.
" (leant fact. A was said In the cry
CHINI1SE KECOMING WARLIKB. Itnent case of United Stales s Chung
Hoy, iilllrmed on appeal from this
Sul ce Chin and Lcong Po, part- Cuuit, 111 Fed Uep. 899, the means ot
ners In a Jewelr) firm locate d on Man showing that ho does not come within
pake a stnet. lost their tempers Satur-1 the restricted classes "Is piesuinubly
day afternoon and engaged In a fight umtcr his own control."
Sti?.htbe ,t,tt,',t!" u " Iw-'lrn? arm Tho testimony of the petitioner as lo
to msuVeXs' 'ShlnTii'taSySrt '"8 ' '"
over the h.ad and Po had his freshly ' lnenU ma,le ,0 nlm by n,s n"ll,,r. "i-1
navd-polI somewhat disfigured,- Pih1 uncorroborated by any but one witness,
lice Interfeied and the flow or Mongo !" In all other.-respects Absolutely
llan blood came to an end - contindlcts the petitioner, Is entirely
The Chlnanu n pie nded guilty In the unconvincing to this Court, who la
Police Court this murnlng and were therefore compelled to hold that he has
Hned J10 and costs each Judge Wll rot proven his birth In the Islands noi
iox tald ho did not know what was , that ho is a citizen of the I'nlted
getting Into the Chinese of late. From ' states
l.?rVLani ''!".'.'.',,"".""'. """"" ,nl'y 't onlsrU that petlllouer be re-
rTnivrisor's:?.'0 bo a "r,,kj rri i.,o(,iip r,,r,,ly ,?' i'-
. 'of the Customs with dliectlons to de
LAUNCH NOT ItECOVlil).
The Hteamci Hiinali I rtnriu I
port fiom Puualuu yesteiday ami n In
As teported In the Ilullctln on Siiiui
da), the Hanalel lost her g.i-iiiliiie
launch at I'unaluu In twenty five fa
thoms of water i:ver) efioit was maun
to recover the boat but 'without mil-
cess. The launch was worth nearly
J1500 The Hanalel left IMiinliiii lie-
fore taking a full cargo Th- n.i was
becoming so rough that Captain 1'idcr i
son thought It best to have.
Your amateur photographic work
will be well doue If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Tennis plajers will find our stock
of goods complete and of the highest
Kradc Wo have also received Homo
thing that will Interest baseball play
ers, consisting of a full line of
Sport I tic goods of all kinds nlwa)s
In stock, for Oolfers Tennis Pla)ers,
Football Players, llaseball lIaers,
& Son, Ltd.
LEONG SAI TO BE DEFORTED.
(Continued from page 1 )
was two ears old with his brother and
his parents, that his father Is dead
and his mother nnd one brother now
live In China, that he remained there
until he was twelve jears old when he
returned to Honolulu; this would be In
1891 or 1895; that he Btnjed here until
1901. when he again went to China In
Jul) of that )car, returning to Hono
lulu on the 19th day of January of tills
year, when the Collector of Custom
refuted to allow him to enter.
Very Much Chinese.
He testified further that he lived In
tlis Terrltor) from the time he was
.. .. .. ...... .....
lw,.nP jears or age un lam or lsuoj
until 1901, and )et he spoke no En
gH, dresses like a Chinese, has evcrv
appenrnnce of n Clilnaman. nnd when
ai)(((1 1)y ,hc court f IlP ftng ,, Amcr
can or a chinaman, said he was a Chi
0ne Noah Kaunnne Hannllnn na
mp or thb uiante, was called for thi
petitioner, nnd testified thnt he re
members the birth of the petitioner In
,he, ..,, i.p.n ni,st from l.l ilntloo
I some time In 1882, the witness wns sent
I to find out thr reason whv. thnt itnnn
nq,rj the cook said to him that a
,I0J ,,, ,,,, becn born , IIm. that
)le witness, did not see the child, that
jftcnvaids he used to come to llono-
,, w,,h ,,, fa(h(.r ,, ,, aB ,
bo) and knew It wns the same hod);
that In 1K87, witness came to Honolulu
lo atteml the Knmehamehn School and
(!urn(J ,hat tlmc Mw )nc fllthor an,,
port him to tho country from whencn
Dated Maieh 24 190.'.
TUB LAHAIN4 PIONtiUlt.
Tho Plonter Hotel at Lahalnn Is of-
feilng special Inducements to tourists
nnd thciso stii)lng over at the Maul
poit Kverythliig at the hotel Is new
pnd clean and Manufier Kreelnwl
spares no pains to make his guests
Tell ut home For coiumuciul men a
largo and commodious sample loom
has been provided and the Ploneei Is
the headquarters In Lahaina ror ilium-mcrs
Sunday, Ma ill '.
Am bkt Kllkltat, Hose, SO d.i)S
from Port Ludlow,
Str. Clnudlne, Parker, from Maui
lth E000 bags sugar, 19 tags' cum tiu
bags taro, ISO bags of paint, !" hogs
and 82 packages of sundries
Str. W G. Hall, S Thompson, from
Knual with 2900 bags of suiar,
Str James Makee, Tullett, fiom
Str Hanalel, Pcderson, from Puna
Imi w It b 7S3S bags of sugar.
Mondny, Mai eh 21
TJ S Tlsli Commission S S Albnt
ross, Thomns, from San Francisco
Stmr N'llliau, Thompson, for Koloa;
E p m
Stmr Ko An I toil, Mosher, Cor Eld
cle and Hanapepo; 6 p. m
Stmr I.ehua, fur Motokal ports, at
E p. m
U S. A. T Hancock, Wilson for Ma
nlta, I p. in.
Stmr. Maunn I.oa, Slmerson for La
nalna, Maalacn, Konn nnd Kan, nt
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Illlo nnd
vny portB, 1pm.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports; G p. in.
From Maul ports per sir. 'Imidliiu,
Marrh 23 II P Haldwln, .1 0 Ander
son, 0 II Wells, S II Crook, I. I Ag
now George Hnirlhon ami wife T K
Sedgwick F flanrcl J II llownt,
Thos Nott llcv T Goml T Ynmasht
la Antone I'eierlin K Sailnjusa, ti
Look Miss L Hussov II T UajiH
den and wife Man Sing G Sctmmnn,
C 11 llelliiin T II llii)seldcn nnd
wife I) K Haseldcn I! MiCann W
J C'oellio nml 42 deck.
Judge Wilcox made the remark In
Iho Police Court the other day that
when n person pokes up u hornets
nest, he must expect to get stung This
upplles to J. Mangan, thc master-at-arms
aboard the U. S. S Iroquois, who
was arrested )esterday on the charge
Of drunkenness and who forfeited bull
In thn Police Court toda)
During his wanderings )esterday, ho
went to the home of M C Martin, ii
Portuguese living on the slopes ot
Punchbowl There he waxed abusive
nil called Mrs .Martin a name that
will make nn man fight Martin Im
mediately threw off his cint and gave
Mangnn a drubbing that he will not
forget ver) soon. The facts not'belng
In the possession of the police, Mnrtln
was anestid on the charge of assault
nnd battery but In the Police CodH
this foicnoon, his cnbe was nolle
pios'd. Judge Wilcox sa)lng
"Well, )oung man. )ou did sump
thing that, while not strlctl) In auoul
nnce with the Ian, an) man would do
under thc circumstances. You have n
light to protect jour wife and )our
mother If. as they say )ou gave that
man a good thrashing, 1 nm ver) glad
mil the sherlfr Is perfectl) Justified In
usklng Hi it ) on be allow ed to go f n e '
SANTOS THE HOODLUM.
Santos one of the worst Piirtucucsn
hoodlums thnt Honolulu tins at tho
present time. waB arrested )i'sterdnv
on the charge of ditinkenness As It
was his third or fourth offense Santos
was fined S5 nnd costs The inosociit.
ing omtei explained that the young
man's mother had called nt the police
Ftatlon and asked that her son be sent
lo Jail Sho hnd done for him every
thing In her power A little later on,
)ust as tho court wns about to adjourn,
pantos demanded Ills release, saying
U at certain money which hnd been
taken from him at the police station,
whin searched, was his own property
As the police were xomewhat doubttii
about this, a short uigiiment urose and
Snntos became very Impertinent, He
closed his mouth just In time, ror
Judge Wilcox wns on the point of send
ing him below on tho charge of eon
Leonard, the balloonist, has nnt been
(lightened from trying to -pel form a
linlloon ascension and u drop from the
parachute) by the fine wentlrer which
prevented him from pel forming nt tin
McKlnley Memorial football game on
Sntiiulay Ko states It as positive
that he will give the public a chain e
to see him nnvlgntlng tho balm) air
of tho Puiudlse of thn Pacific- even if
he should have to do It for nothing lit
is now waiting for a change or tint
weather and will perform as soon as
good weather sits In Ho will go up
from the Punuhoii grounds, as his fu
nace nnd other apparatus Is now lo
J.on Agnew who has been irtliilut;
I), It, Crook In Wulluku for the com
ing athletic meet here, urrlvel in the
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the anl.
niuls described below have been im
pounded In two Government Pound nt
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Onhu, anil
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will bo sold ul
the date hereafter named accoidlug to
Jini 21 Uiiil-l Sorrel lioise biandcd
IJohI on the left hind leg white
stioke on roiehind left c-)u blind
The above strn)ed animals will bo
sold on Sntuidn) Apill 5,1'JUJ. 12 neon
If not called for before the date men
2u94 .it Poundmaslor
New Map of Oahu.
lOBp!ld from Gvernincnt Survfyt tni Cbarlf,
Mti ut Sur Pltnlillont, killwtyi tnd Othtr
ittllabU Sourcti the MAe is tlUia isciies,
with artlstl' colorlnKt and ntat mountlnes mak
Inr vary uaclul at well at broantivial all nap
THBHOICt OFTHI MU-lt lo oo CvphI Caa
ht otlalp-d tram
JAS T TAYLOR.
P.IOMditw joSJudl Rulldlnr H"rolulut T. II
oi HAWAIIAN NEWS CO . LID
Somo folks aro born procrastlnators Neither advlco nor entreaty
proves availing, they won't anticipate and constitutional last mln
uters, therefore, must be content with pot-luck depleted assortments.
Hut jou nre not In that category, are you? You want to rnqke selec
tions under the most favorable conditions. We expect big crowds
this week. We shall hao tn salo '
13 tons of Fresh Easter Merchandise
No, occasion to repeat the stock
You've heard them tested them
CLOSED FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
the Y M. C. A athletes arc now to
tackle basket ball nnd preparations are
being made for what promises to be
1 he teams already made up are as
follows M, Johnston, It. S Pleisou,
K, M Cheatham, J II. (loimnn and W.
Olat Oss, Luther Kvans, Tom Hvnns,
Paul Perrelra, K 11. Lubeck and Chas
Will Kerr. A. L Lutz, A M. Kcoho
A lllackman and JJert Itellbron
(Jin. Modclia, Caesir domes, J
Lulng, Tom Mcduire and A Mctlurn
nesldes these, the lluslness Men may
put In a team. Hen and John Clark
will be the nucleus for another; nnd
two more teams ran easily be found
(lorn unions Hie remaining enthusi
asts. Piactlcc Is being put In after class
every evening nnd new teams can ar
range with the director for regular
The league games will sirt in Apiil
piohahl) the first Saturda) and teams
Intending to cuter thc league should
organize us soon as possible, in oiele-r
to get In plenty ot tenm practice
There will be u meeting of nil llios.i
Interested In basketball called for
Weilmsdav evening, Miiuli 2, at 7 p
in The purpose of thc meeting will be
to talk over thc basketball rules for
190MWJ2. unci to elect. If It seem tic.
cess.ir), u biskctbull committee to ar
langc fui the league games
Vcnturn Due Wcdncmlny.
'I he Vinttlin Is due fiom San I'iiiii
ilseo cm Wednisdn) morning Unless
the transport Meade should arrive first,
the Ventura will bring five d.i)s later
mall and newspaper flics, sailing fiom
Sin rinnclsco on the 20th Instnnt
For Want Column Se Page Six
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Under new man
agement strlctl) first class, light,
nil) mosquito pi oof rooms Mrs.
LOST Do not not lose )our hair; Pa
c lino's Dandruff Killer stops falling
hnlr nnd gives It new life. At Union
LOST On Port St Mnrch 24. a pair
of gold f rami d i)e glasses. Hew aid
foi their return to tho Ilullctln or
lice 2103 lw
DR. DERBY Dentist, Koit and Hotel
Sts Oas administered foi extracting
until next week on account of
Grand Production of a serletv of
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
for Hie stage h) the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be piesented III English by Native
Hawallans. A Melodiama In two acts,
The Lady of the Twilight
Now Scenes New Custoines Now Songs
A musical Interlude by tho company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Chaiacteis Ii) the Company,
Tickets on sale at Wull Nichols Co
Popular pi lees
baa removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
i I if I Im i it i
arguments against late bujlng.
many times. Will )ou profit by
OPEN SATURDAY FVENING
Tho best the markets
iitoid served tnd guests
have- full view of the sea
from tho dining room
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W. Deswlck, Manager.
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Weokly edition of ths Bulletin 1 a
" JAS. F.
65 Queen St.
On Tuesday, March 25th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, CG Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction the follow
ing new goods
Tailor Goods, Caps, Straw Hats,
Assorted Felt Hats, Embroideries,
Insertions, Otis Checks.
Umbrellas, Bathing Suits,
Amoskeag Stripes, Neckties,
Suits of Clothes,
Men's Undergarments, Stirrups,
Saddle Girths. Vases, Guitars,
Jos. Fa Morgan,
On Tuesday, March 25th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At m) salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction an assort
ment of Household Furnjture, consist
ing of '
Wooden Deds, Iron Ileds, Springs,!
Mattresses. Pillows. Table Linen,'
Napkins, Towels, Sheets,
Pillow Slips, Cane Settees,
Cane Chairs, Cane ltockers.
Wooden Chairs and ltockers,
Folding Lounge, Ice Box,
Wood Stove. Oil Stove, New Rugs,
Jos. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St
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