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Kt&?&TZ2-r&rJ2 fiK3 uiieHtfn Renches Hundreds of Homes on the Other Islands -j-rJi-T&&?& YOU GET i . NING BULLETIN .1. more worth for your money (J when spent for Evening S Bulletin advertising than in Jfc any other way. It'e an In,- jf vestment, not an expense. Us i Can Reach Effectively In No Other Manner Without Great Cost, HONOLULU, TRHUITORT OF HAWAII. MONDAY AP1HL 2R, 1002 Prior 5 Obntb. 'IV yt&lJKtftrK TUa Tf, m " Jfl .. "I Mb JJ I . 4, sr steamer laoie. y v - jfl China Apr. 30 .C j i - if; Sonoma May 7 Jfj I J ",fciTr"T " V For 8. F. & -"4 I J ' t'. Alameda Apr. 30 ft 1 JJ rMH , r-- J. Peru May s -A IJjKgLUrJ I !J Mlowera May 7 jfC n W J j; Fanvac.,0.r!r. May to $ ACT VHomes Your Adverlisemenls i Vm XI. No. 21.t3 (y.jy JJ? fc wnn".1 -' J- , if rf. f y r .i .. ... -... rri.miu land wherebiwlt was conducted, and LldHltM ItlUUdtl '. . oft lilt Castanha Fined $600 and Sent to Prison For Seven Months. SENTENCED ON TWO COUNTS 0? INDICTMENT Judge Estee Takes the Age of Prisoner and.First Offence Into Account Weeping Wife and Daughter. Manuel R. Castanha was given tho llEhtcst penalties of tho law upon two counts of distilling liquor, yet they are hiuvy enough for on old man with a young family. Tho aggregate makes seven months of Imprisonment In Oa lit prlBon and $600 of fines besides CCItB. When asked tho usual question, tho rticoncr said ho had nothing to say why sentenco should not be passed upon him. Judge nsteo then permit ted Castanha's counsel to speak. S. F. Chllllngworth wanted to sty first of nil that tho verdict was ac cepted and there would not ho an np r.ral taken. Ho asked tho Court to take Into consideration tiiat tho de fendant was over C3 ycarB of age, that there was no record of any prior con- vtrilnn nenlnst him. that ho had a tendency to consumption, and that In irlsonmont with hard labor would has. ten his end. All his property consist vi of tho landlio lived on and a few head of stock. Mr. Chflllngworth did fl.ot believe. It would bring more than IS00 If sold. J. M. Vivas pleaded that It was tho first case of the kind before that court. The shamo of one hour's lm pilsonmcnt would be Just ns availing for an example In tho community to which Castanha belonged as a raoro severe sentence. Castanha's wife and his four chil dren wori seated upon a bench Immc diotoly behind tho bar. Sitting next to tho mother was a girl of probably twelve years, then two others of per haps seven and flvo years respective ly. At tho farther end of tho bench rtt Frank, of sixteen or eighteen years, who was acquitted In the samo verdict that convicted IHs father. In complexion aid features the boy Is distinctly Hawaiian, while the girls are clearly blonde. The lnrcrenco would bo obvious to nny observer that tho son belonged to a former family, Whenever Judge Estco had called tho prisoner up for sentenco the moth' 1 c"- and tho eldest daughter began to weep, Although Mr. Chllllngworth had ai-ked them previously to control itomselvcs In court. Judgo Estee, after counsel had con cluded, stated that ho would give tho prisoner the shortwt sentenco and tic Ugliest penalty known to tho law, yet the Jaw was more severe than tho Court had thought. It was that for hivlng In ono'B possession or under Mr, control a still or distilling appar plus, not rcglstored In accordance, with law, ho should bo lined not less than $100 nor mora than $1300, and he lm prisoned not less than one month nor more than three years. Under the lust Wmt, therefore, th sentenco of C.istanha would be $100 flno and lm prlsonmcnt for ono month. As to tho second count, every porson who failed t')clve a bond to tho United States lor conducting a distillery should for It It tho distilling apparatus with tho hn fined not less than $500 and Imprls ened not less than six months. Under this count tho sentence of tho Court was that Castanha pay a fine of $600 cud bo Imprisoned 1n Oahu prison for six months commencing on the expire t'.on or tho previous sentence of thirty tlpys. The Court observed that It dW not forget the defendant's extreme age mid the fact that 'e had never been convicted before.' Tlie Court would do whatever lay In Its power to light ci his sentence beyond the thirty days. Mr. Chlllftigworth, on behalf of tho defendant and his family, thanked tho Court for Its kind expressions. Judgo Cstco said It was not that tho Court doubted tho verdict was Just that It made the sentence the lightest possible, but becauto It was the rrls tner's first offense, and ho was an old r.'an. When he had adjourned court for the day, thero being no further business, Judge Estoe told Marshal Hendry to allow Castanha to see his f.imlly before removing htm to prison. There was a largo asscmblago of Castanha's friends present, ns thefro had been from tho beginning of tho trial, and they lingered In tho corri dors' after the court adjourned ex- cl dnglng expressions of profound sym pathy for tho man unfortunate enough to have been caught breaking one of Uncle Sam's statutes. Hawaiian Boys Are Doing BIO BUSINESS Singing On the Mainland (IKII H IE It The local Catholic Mission has re ceived a letter from Ulshop Gulslan, v ho Is at present absent on Kauai, Tho following Is an extract of tho Id ler. In which the Ulshop expresses his Pirn deteimlnatlon not to "remove Father Wendeltn from tTle leper settle hient, as was requested by tho Hoard of Health, translated from French. In which the letter Is written. "My opinion In regard to Father Wendeltn will not change, bo suro of that. I will maintain after and be fore the publication of the paper, that I never will consent to give my slgna tiire to the recalling qf Father Wf-nde- I'r without proofs of his culpability be given, and I am astonished that our f-tends have any doubts on the question." Joseph Funl, one of the Hawaiian musicians now on the Mainland, has written back to friends telling ot ths recent experience's of the boys. His titer shows that the Hawallans have met with success at last and that, In place of contemplating a return to their log a number of Hawaiian songs, Mr find that we get along very much bet Flagler himself took us around to sea . tcr tnan w)ien 01lr affairs aro In th the Bights lof the plate I hands of others who care for nothing "vvnuenaii mansion is certainly a most beautiful place, the buildings tot ing $2,000,000. Mr. Flagler Is a most pleasant and hospitable man. I should say he Is about Co years of age. Mrs, native land, they are planning for . Flagler Is likewise a most charming tt In to England. They aro managing their own affairs nnd And this wny of doing business much more successful. They are mak ing a lot of money, have been at the homes of some of the wealthiest people on the Mainland and are rapidly "catching on" to the American wny ol doing business. Joe I'unl has turned manager and Is making all the dntcn for the company. The letter fiom Mr. I'unl, bearing date of April 11, 1902, and written nt Charleston. S. C Is as follows. "Wo have returned to Charleston. Our trlpo St. Augustine, Dayton, l'nlni Reach and Miami wns a very successful one. The hotels of St. Augustine are perfectly beautiful. There Is one that holds 2000 people. "At I'alm Deach we gave a concert In the principal hotel and made u lot o( money Not long afterwards we re ceived n special Invitation from II. M. Flagler to go to Whitehall mansion. We arrived there at 11 o'clock In tho morning and were most delightfully entertained After plavlng and sine- lady and treated us wlh great kind ness. She wns very much pleased with tho song "One, Two, Three, Four,' nnd the song Is now being sung at l'alra Deach by ever body . ".Mr. Flagler, as you perhaps know, Is the vice president of the Standard Oil Co. and Is worth millions. While nt Falm Hcach we were presented to Mr. Rockefeller, Admiral Dewey and thu Vandcrbllts. A large number of people we met In IlulTalo were also at Palm Ueach, "We were most delighted with our trip. Americans seemed to be delight ed to meet Hawallans personally slncv ell the knowledge they had of tho coun try was gleaned from the newspapers but what they can get out of the prop osition. "We have been In communication with Mrs. Andrew Carnegie of l'ltts burg and have met her children. We have a three months' contract In New York and If wo succeed In arranging for a sercnado to President Hoosevelt, we will be published far and wide nnd will then have a good foundation for J successful' trip through England. "Oliver Illckctson, son-in-law of Mrs Carnegie, Is after us to go to Dart mouth, Mass. He Is a vcr wealthy man nnd has promised to do the right thing with us. We have already ptaved for him and received a hundred dollars for an hour's work with nil the champagne we wanted thrown Into the bargain This very satisfactory event took place nboard his yacht. "I want, If possible, to get James Shaw and Den Janes to come on. We arc doing very well here. We have a CUJTINO IS SURPRISED New York, April 19. W. Ilayard Cutting, president of the American licet Sugar Company, expressed great astonishment when told of tho action taken by the Mouse of Keprcsentn tives on the Cuban reciprocity bill. "I t in taken completely y surprise," ho fcald, "as no such radical Btep as the abolition of the sugnr differential has been expected. It comes so sudden!) that I hardly know what to think o( He possible effect on the beet sugar Industry." ESTATE OF W. NICCOLLS. Hllo, April 25 Concerning the as signed estate of W. Nlccolls of Wal kaumalo on Hawaii, It Is a settled fact the estate will not leallzc vcrj much from the area planted In sugar tane. owing to the Ion- price being paid for tho cane produced per ton, and the de ductions charged for harvesting the cane, particularly In the Mauluu ills trlct. The planters In this particular tils- tllct Indebted to the cstato ot W. Nlc colls only received $2 50 per ton o' cane (net). The tane Is being giouud In the mill of the I-aupntiochoc Sugn Co at 1'nualoa and when tho report ot the estate ot W. Nlccolls Is published as It will me. It will attract consider able attention. TO TOW TWILIGHT. and the magazines. "After our stay In Charleston, we are large reserve fund nnd nrc contemplnt golng on to Washington and will call lng a trip to Doston. We arc trying to on Queen I.llluokalanl while there It get to the best places In ordir to cstnb Is our Intention, If such a thing can llsh a big tcputatlon before proceeding be arranged, to go and sercnado Fresl- to England. dent Hoosevelt. I qm going on ahead "llcsldcs singing nnd playing, we arc of the remainder of our company to doing qulto a little business on the side attend to the matter. by selling paper lels They bring all "I am in charge ot the company and the way from one to two dollars " rriartor-af.r-r3torraP-3torWtararraftrr.SfAMra In dIsRulso." He meant that there was ntw testimony ot tho second hearing which ho deemed was favorable to the im.se of 'the plaintiffs. Iho twice rendered Judgment of Judge Humphros, from which defend cuts are appealing, was that thy should pny Into the treasury of the K'unalo Sugar Company $35;vV0 wrong fully iiald to themselves by them stives nnd rcplaco besides $120 000 at , HakalaU Plantation rui value of the capital stock, also np poprlatcd by and for themselves, or Its equivalent In cash, together with Interest and costB, nnd out of the f rioney refunded that there should bo I paid fees to the attorneys for plain-( t fft ns specified In tho Judgment. I). I.. Marx of Hatch & Sllllinan afler the court's ruling, proceeded to ,liiUlau ,,,, company. Limited rood tno voluminous pieauu.K-. )() (hi( com,,Ialnt of Alucrt K. Nahl It wlllbe remembered thnt Judgo wng nn ncton ty plufntlff to recover Humphrevs declined Jurisdiction onjr()nnn ,mm8t.g from the nets of tie .the secoml hearing, but tho Supremo' ftl . , liniennB upon lands bo ill I KiiUWON SUPREME COURT ORDERS PLEADINGS TO BE READ Ruling Against Plaintiffs Accepted As " Blessing In Disguise --Appeal From Twice Rendered Jndgment. The celebrated Knmalo Sugar Com pany promotion case' tamo uu wi ll' arlng In earnest before tho Supieme' Court today. Oeorge A. Davis. Ma-1 roon & Dillon, Hatch & Silllman nnd I T. MeCnnts Stewart appeared fori liinlntlffs. Harvey 11. llltchtock and others: Robertson & Wilder nnd Mn I cy, Ilallou ii'itB, Finnk Hustnco, J. J NEWAII1 CANNOT PREYENT HARVESTING. OF CANL Co.;s Demurrer Sustained-Rapid Transit Co. Has Time to Answer-Prender?ast Holds On. Judge Robinson has filed a written oi lnlon sustaining tho demutrer o! & MeClnnnhan rorderend-lCp"rt rllk''1 nKn,,",llllmnn,lhohcar'll'-nR"iR Plaintiff and removing At .vuciannuan lur m.iriiu i mirnoso of talc-' .,........ .. ., ..t . Egan and iiieruiruiii uv ku"i"k ui.j,a ... ...v , the land wns Itnsell ly Annn .-nwn . hi. guardian of plaintiff, and the Itasc M. ItobertBon was addressing contained a clause making It "under In? newly rovealed evidence'. on tha .. L fl U,cit.ir Tho touit did not grant the motion ,Iurt of l''08t'r' ..r ..inisitirfo in illatnfca l!7rt nnnenl nf di fondants, hut dliectcd the pickings H court for the appellants when tho sl(lo0 that as soon ns the child shall to he rend. '"",n recess wns tn. en. I'lalntlffs movtd to strike out tho, ' ' , letonl of the second hearing before' Two basketball games were plaed In IHO I ..1, U. A. KyilMlUBIUlll .JUIUI1...J night, tho Diamond Heads defeating the Illuc Strtaks by 12 to 7 and the The approach of the first of May. the day which from time Immemorial hai been the slgnat for the opening of tha cricket seaton, Is waking tip, the local cricketers, bats are being taken out from dust) garrets and preparations for the season will soon be In full swing There will bo a meeting called some time this week, the exact date ot which has not as yet been decided upon At this meeting, the old captain of the team, R, A. Jordan, alias "Stonewall," will read i report of the past jear and will exhort the oung men to step fortn to the wicket. "Stonewati's" years do not as yet Interfere with his enthusi asm for tho English game nnd he Is as ever one of the moving spirits in tho league. Oreat things are expected for the coming season by the enthusiasts who have now had a good rest since the association football season closed and who now feel good nnd ready for an other turn nt athletics. During the un certainty ns to whether the basebajl league Mould have to use the Maklkl grounds for their games the cricketers were In great fear that in case the banc bailers should take these grounds cricket would be put very much In the background. Ihey thereupon offered the baseball people a proposition that the lencuc use the crounds two Satur days In succession, while the crltVeters be given the third. All that Has now been changed and the cricketers feel tolerably assured oi having the Maklkl grounds pretty well to themselves A a consequence, thcie Is great rejoicing In cricket circles, It Is hoped that n large number ot cricketers will be on hand nt the meet lng this week In case there Is a sutll elent number of men. there will be two separate teams Instead ot having things In the rather hap-hazard fashion of last j ear Should this plan be success ful, It will undoubtedly do a great deal towards giving to cricket a more gener al Interest than this game has enjoyed during the last few- years, f ft'ftt'f - wuild render It llnblc In damages for tiespass Judge Robinson, quoting many authorities, holds Hint under tin- law of emblements tho defendnnt bed a right to enter upon tha land ami r'move- Its growing crop of cane with- n a reasonable time. Helen A. Holt has filed separate bonds of $200 each as guardian of her fclx minor children with August Au reus ns surety In the Rapid Transit Company's V'alklkl right of way case, judgo Rob inson has overruled the demurrer nnd t;lvcn tho defendants until Thursday to answer tho complaint Judge Robinson has denied tho peti tion of Louis Pearson for tho rcmov i of John K. 1'rendergast as admlnls liator of the t'Btate of petitioner's de- censed wife. The report of Henry Smith, master. tt tho Jnmes Woods estato accounts I'm- been approved by Judgo Rnbfh- on nnd tho master allowed a feo of $r.o. The petition for icnvo to boII per scnal property of Samuel I'cilrn, nn Ininnc person, lias been granted by Judge Robinson. i 0 Judge- Humphreys, when the case was reninnded to him by the Supremo Court for furtlier ovldence. The mo tion was denied. Mr Stow art remarked on this nil 1i.t' that "blessings sometimes rnmo Alohas doing up the Intermediates by 22 to 7 . i Read "Wants" on page 0. rrnth twenty yenrs of age he shnl Imvo the right to terminate this Uase" Nawahl camo of ngo prior to Jm.uary 7, 1902, and on that day ad vueil defendant of his desire to torml rate the lease, following this action up on Jnntiary 9 with a written notice that any entry by defendant upon tho land or tho cutting of enno thereon List of Places Where Various Keys Are Deposited. SOMETHING ABOUT THE WORKING OF THE BOXES KeysAWill Be Found At Places Nearest To Boxe3 Police Officers Will Abo Have Them. Chief Charles Thurston of the fir department has kindly furnished th4 llulletln with a complete list of tho places where keys to the various lira boxes may be found. The publication thereof will give people information which will. In the event of fires, enable them to go direct to the places where the keys are to be found Instead of wandering around asking questions and thus losing time. Following Is the list of tho boxes, both key less and otherwise: KEYLESS BOXES. No 12 King und Fort. No. 13. Queen and Fort. No. IS. Nuuanu and Queen, No. 1C. Nuuanu and King. No. 17. Nuuanu and Hotel., No 21. Fort nnd Hotel. No 23 Alakca and Hotel. No. 21 Alakea and McrchanL No. 31. Fort nnd Allen. No. 32. Foot of Fort (Esplanade). No. 31. Foot of Alakea (Esplanade). No 33. Alakea and Halel.nuv.iU. No. 3G Richards nnd Queen. No. 41. AlaKea and Deretanla. No. 42. Nuuanu und Ucrclanla. No. 13 Smith and l'aualil No. 45. Deretanla and Rtvtr. No. 40. Maunakea and King. No 47. King and River. No 53. Deretanla and King. It should be kept In mind that In or der to turn in an alarm from the key less boxes one must turn tho handl, open the outside door, pull the hook down once and then release It. Upon opening the outside- door, a bell will ring but this has nothing whatever U do with the woik of turning In tho alarm. REGULAR DOXES. The Literary Clrelo of the Kllohana Art League will glvo an "at home' Tuesday, April 29, In the League rooms. Progress block Mrs. Oliver P. Emcr mn will give nn informal talk. developing done daily and pictures printed promptly for Amateur photographers. Our work Is dono by ourselves and Is tho best. firing us your films or platos. Rice & Perkins, !. rat s n r r r-a t - ns pa ra ra p Pa Pjj a r a Ha lu ra rat ra rx M ra n M r Mi tut r-a nn ra P-a r no r n r-a HILO BUSINESS MEN PRAISE ENTERPRISE OF THE BULLETIN PHOTOGRAPHERS. OreoAn Block, cor. Hotel Union Sts. and Entrance on Union. The tug Eleu started but on Saltir day afternoon to bring the waterlog (,ed schooner Twilight of tho Lcalil Navigation Company from Koloa, Ka ual, to this port, for repairs, If sho Is In n condition to be ropalrcd. The work of towing her to port will not be Chcy, as tho lumber aboard Is all that kteps the little schooner afloat. It Is exrected that tho Eleu will show up some tlmo this nfternoon or tomorrow morning. Whether she will bring the Twilight with her or not Is a matter oi speculation on tho waterfront. i OPP POR MANILA. Tho little schooner Mal.soutofi, Cap tain Gray, bound lor Manila, which I ut In here a few days ago for water i ,('. piovlslonn, sailed henco yesterday n.oi nlng. Sho took with her three mm from Honolulu, Including George J Hasklns', who iTas been engaged as a custom houso broiler In Mils city for some, tlmo past. Tho llttlo schooner rt'oa to enter tiio Inter-Island trado In tho Philippines Captain Oray Is vtry familiar with Philippine, vvators. HI Commissioner Wray Taylor received three thousand packages tif vegetable seeds from Washington bv the Ala tncda's mall The Hllo edition of the llulletln wai will gotten up, and I, like many other In the local community, fully appreclat ed the enterprise of the nulletln In placing the city of Hllo and tho IslanJ of Hawaii In Its proper light beforo the people of the other Islands and tuf Mainland. D. I.YCUROUS. Prop. Demosthenes Cafe, Hllo It was an agrtcablo surprise to my self as well as many others In IIIlu when a copy of the Hllo edition of thn llulletln was handed around at thn postoflltc, giving practically the first uows of the Bteamor Enterprise. The expressions passed around were most favorable to the enterprise of th llulletln . A LOEIlEN,STEIN. Survejor. Your edition for Hllo was to my Idea a splendhi piece of work, all ol which was appreciated by many of our local people. It was timely nnd wel1 written, and In line with tho facts Al ready the busluess men nnd property owncis of Hllo are beginning to. thor, oughly rcallzo tho advantages thai must uurue to Hllo by the mainten ance of a icgului nnd direct steaiiislilt' service between Hllo and San l'ran clsio. llrleilj stutcd, the entcrrrlse of the nulletln should not be overlooked our community. 11. H. REID, M. D., by The publication of jour Hllo report and of tho Bteaincr.Enterprlse was most creditable, and will result In attracting men with capital to the Islands who are not familiar with the vast possl bllltles und natural resources. FREDERICK MILLER, Commander Steamer Enterprise I sent uway a large number of join Hllo reports, and personally feel thai jour labor on behalf of Jlllo and thn Island of Hawaii Is duly appreciate by many ot our local people. I have heaid much favorable com ment upon the enterprise of the Ilulle I In ROBERT SCOTT. Manager Hllo Hottl. S, S, ALAMEDA, APRIL 30, Next express steamer to the Coast Express closes 10 a. m. day of sailing. Wells, Fargo & Go, Express TEL. MAIN 189. Masonic Templt, with Amerlcjn Messenger Service. Box 14 Bethel and Merchant. Key. Place of Deposit. 101 Post Olllce (Delivery window). 102 Ulshop & Co. (Insurance Olllce, Ilcthel). 103 F A. Schaefer & Co. (Merchant and Kaahumanu) 101 Ilruce Cartw right (Insuranco office, Merchant) Box 25 King and Punchbowl. 105 Salvation Army Homo (King and Punchbowl) 108 W. H. Johnson (Punchbowl). 107 Territory Stables (King) 108 Lam Kong Kee (King and Punchbowl) 109 Kawalahao Semlnnry (King). Box 26 Punchbowl and Queen. 110 Wcla Ka Hao Saloon (Punch bowl and Queen). Ill L Ah Leong (Store, Punchbowl and Queen). 112 Emma A. Dcfrles (Punchbowl). 113 Miss Jennlo Kapahu (Queen). 114 Chas. llakcr (Gov't. Stables, Queen) (Continued on page 8.) I consider the enterprise of the llulle tln In compiling the special Hllo edt Hon a very conimcndablo one. Main of our local peoplo havo expressed themselves In a favorablo way, and It Is tho concensus of opinion that the publication of such matter has n stroim tendency to cement the people of the Terrltoiy, M. Le 11LOND, Attorney I think Hint tho Hllo edition should be appreciated, by everyone Interests. In the development of Hllo and tho Isl nnd of Hawaii In general. Such enterprise upon the part of th llulletln Is certnlnly creditable. L. SCHOEN. I believe that the special edition o the llulletln was a good iBsye, and . large number have been distributed The artlcus published wcro not only a good thing for tho llulletln but ti tho people of Hllo. W. II. LITTLE. Hllo Lumber Co I iccelved a copy of the llulletln Hllt edition and wns very favorably lm pressed. Tho publication of such an extendei repoit by outsldo papers Is ipilte com pllmentary to the enterprise of IJonolu lu papcis. H. I. SHAW, Druggist. I received copies of tho special edl Hon of the llulletln und by the return steamer Klnnu I sent to my friends In Europe n number of coplcB When I sny that tho Hllo edition ti! the llulletln was highly nppiccltitcd In cur community It echoes the sentiment of many of my nsscx lutes In business J O SERRAO. Prop Union Saloon, Hllo For the man H i who walks tlero Isn't a better shoe and few so gcod as tho HEYWOOD PATROL SHOE Heavy calf, drop stitched, water proof sole rubber heels, Dleucher style, lace. THE PRICE IS $5,00 We recommend this to all walkers. Iff i MITE A TTITDCDC SHOE ITMHUrALlUUUUJ I0B7 TORT STREET. COMPANY, Limited. 99Q9QQ9Q9&099999QQQQQ9 9 "l C Mtftftttft Wt'imM'ZH. . " ...ar"; . .1 jJm f. V-J -t,tK.. .