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EVENING BULt.ETIf, HONOLULU. J. H SATURDAY, JUNE 2. 1910
(C6ntinued from Pace 1)
tlon. Hint lielllC tlln litelinr.t rlinrca
Hint could bo placed nE.ilnst him tinJ n"01110'' wn,,'l- Tle rlatement of Mc
ler the facts. Accordingly, yesterday I,,lffln ,,ial ,,a E" addressed ' Ticp
mnrnlnK Lane was mi chawed, mid " ' n" fa,R0 ns ",0 statement that
entcreil a plea of entity, nnd nn tlio re- J Informed him that (hero would ho no
quest of Deputy Mllvcrtont wai Riven' moro prosecution In Hie l'ollco Court
by the court tho hlRheit penalty pro-' frnm " m- s"cl1 " statement was
tided, namely, Imprisonment for one """'r niaile.
year. ' "When (ho ease eamo up for dl3-
"On Thursday mninln Rtlin matter nnrttlon josterilay mornlnR. Mr. I.or
came up In the Police Court, 'nml nl.rln Andrews approached Mr. Mller
that tlmo It was rontlmieri for oiiol ton and slated that ho had been re
day. Mr. Mllvciton thru Infn-mlnR, tallied hy tlio father of tho Rlrl to
Chief of Detection McRulTle that mil prosecute I.nno upon a eharpo of as
cnmletlpn was possible under tho'snujt with Inlcnt to commit n scrlota
facts upon a chanjo of riss-uilt with ln- crime. Mr. Mlherton Informed Ml
tent to commit tlio crime of rnpo. Mr.! Andrews that tliorolhnd lietii n full
McDufflo then Insisted on n trial upon ImettlRntlon of the facts liv tlio IcKal
tlm hlRhcr offense, stnlln pi lint public
sentiment icmilrcd It, and Mr. Mllver
ton replied that ho was not roIhr to
prosocuto a man 'for nn-offenso that
thd fncts would not warrant because
of public sentiment ntiil requested Mr.
McDufflo oairepifrcn charpo uRiliint
I.ano uh hc)tig ii'luwd mill lascivious
Aiier inese proceedings on iiiurs '
day Mr. McDunig called tho. attention!
of tho matter, ,19 V. II. McHlockor,
ruruiuuu ui wiu urauu jury uuu u uiu u ihiihiwhim,,, uuuii-b.vu uj un'isu i-
Attorncy Ocnern, plnclnR a construe- ilrailo but. .Iiidso Amtrndo took the
tlon iqion tho law contrary to thatnlow that tho matter rested entirely
nrrlved nt both by mRolf and by Mr. with tho City iind County Attorney.
Mllvcrtoif. Art soon as I lonrned Hint' and refused to nl'oiv Mr, Ahdrows to
Mr. McDufflo had gono out of 'lit way
In thin manner I requested blm i
,call nt my offlcp, nnd I nsked blm
whether It was ,tbo f.iel thai ho luM
taken up the mutter with th6 Attm
ney Clenural nnd lip said It" was. 1 then
said "That Is all McDulTe. I wash my
hands of yon." Mr. Mlherton then
said "I told yoit this mornlnR Mr. Mc-
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THE 0 ULLCT I N'B NEXT CONTINUED 8T0RV.
r-.-O' .hr.4. Vr. Cv.rcir.. Yr. 2p-,-i
f.vl ir.vjt'.C h'.t SJn tat :h fv:i
thwsshry. f.r.l hsl kjm f A? c
cluslcn that re cov.li net fret a can.
Vlctlon on the hlchet charge, and yon
have no business to assume to can
rtme the la- contrary to our a.lvlcfl "
.Mr McDuffie thin left the office Mi
McDnflle neither nt thh time nor nt
any other time told Mr, MlUcrton to
"shut tip." hut left tlm omefl without
department of the City nnd County
nml Hint tho fcctt, taking tho story of
tho Utile Rlrl to bu absolutely Irua .n
every particular, would not warrant
tho placing of that charRO aRalnit
Lane. Mr. Andrews then Inquire I
whether lio inlRht be permitted to pro-
secuto upon that charRO alone, nnd
Air. simerinn imnrmeii titin Hint up
rami ni. ir, juhiivuh men m.rio
tin attempt In talta tho matter out
of the hands of oiir Department by
Interfeio. As to tho facts of tho mat
tcr Mr. Andrews hnd mndo no Invstl
Ration nnd knew nlisolutely untliliit
about them, or ho certainly wniil.t
u'ver liuo requested' n prosecution
for tho hlRhcr offense.
I When tho charRe of belnR a lowd
land lascivious person was madp
against 1-ano ho entered n plea of
ml'.'.y. W-i Vt- V''-"tn 'h'-ivr-a
tnaj? ttl? ' ft II s 1 v -ta'ix
c'f the if.'tt'lr. th ".i: it th"- h'.-l
rcras to blrn f:om tho Ultlc sjil r.n.l
from ether, fltr.rc for the pro:? cu
lon. Ho.thPr Mr. McTWiT.a Mr An
llrewn nor tl f?lbeV ft Mother of tho
little Rlrl, who ero In (he rnurt
room. In Any manner challenged 'tho
ii?pirnc)' of tliee facts and .Iidpe An
drnde, nt the 'Conclusion of -Mr. Mil
vprton'i ttitomeut, nml, .-u I havo
("fntlnnctl aliovc. at tlio request of Mr.
Mllrerloni sentenced I.nne to tlio max
imum penally' provldoil, hy faction
'"Tho attlludo of our Department
his i been npver to prosecute f( per
ron out of malleo whera the facts do
not win rant.) a 'prosecution, nn,tn pro
reciilo any rerw.n for a hlRhcr of
fcns0 under the- law than the farts
will wnrrjfit itid flili) atlllinle has
been 'nken hy h In nil ena.es and
enmitlmes ccn nRalnst public senti
ment. Tlio statement Hint, there hns been
friction between my Department nml
the Sheriff's nfflco Is absoluUly nn
tpi'n We Inve worked harmoniously,
suit tlio feeling between myself and
tho ndlcers of tin l'ollco Department
Ins been vprv friendly. The Sheriff
lilnifclf. his deputies and his offlcers
will, without preoption I believe, say
Hint mv support of Hieni hns been
eont-nt and iinnuillHed. Kvnn o
HiiIUp knows Hint In n late ease In tho
Circuit Ciiii'l I wprU to ovctv lntl-r-t-
-.,.,' i r.i n prnioct tlio
Integrity of bin ovldence. My rein
I with the pollco department nro
r '" of Hip best; but,- as McDulUn
wi nt out of hi wny to lnluro me, I
t -t comdd'r him as nn open cncniy,
I lad of tho secret enemy' I nm now
liifirnu-i) ho has always been."
It Is esllinatiid that onq crow will
destroy 700,000 IiikccIm every year.
, It Isn't scandal until people begin
to talk nbnut It.
Open eyes nnd n rlosed face make
n good combination.
U MM SSlONtKh
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hcehoe; ,lo!o Goitveln Jr, Honokan;
II. Aknnn, Walniea (hotel)', C. Ah
Kill, Nnpoopfo; 3. Ishlkawn, kalua
lltt; M, Bueuagn, Holua.on; Muliujl 1'
Orncln, I'ahoehoo; Janiiarn Preltas,
rahoehoe; l.nu Chow Ahoy, Knllu'i,
II. Hackfcld ft Co., Hlloj J. Detor.
llllo (Hlln Hotel): Pntioa 1'or
phyres, Hlln (Hotel Demratherei):
nnymnml I.iic'ns, Walat.en; J. S VA
uniln, IIIIq: J. R. Cnnarln, llllo:
Chas. Hlilmamntn, llllo: I'eacoek k
Co., llllo: Knit Wlno & Ij. Co., Knu.
Honokan V. & I. Co.. Ilnnoknn; link.
iioknn V U Co., Honoknn; Ma
riano Joeo, Patina; l'cacoct: & Co .
Mountain Vlow; J. J. fll'-vn, Kiikui
liacle; Manuol do Santos, Wallrn:
Scrrao Mquor Co.. Hi:o; Serrao I,lq
nor Co, Hlln: J. O, Serrao, llllo; V.
K. NVIIwin, Hlloj I). Uyfutgw, Vol
cano Hqusc. t, '
Chalrmni. Molr announced that
the nppllrntlons wnulit'-bo read, nn I
that tho protects and tile reports of
the lnspe;lor thereon vniiM be read
ns each application wits tnl.cn up.
Chns. 11. Aid. who wauled n be
ond-clar.s saloon license nt Nnafehu,
Knu, was the first to get hl(. The
Inspector ttatcd that there were re
ports to the effect thnt the sa'oon
was tho eauso of loo muh ilninken
nets, and Hint Jt fiiriilsheil liquor to
women In tho coffee shop next door.
I Protests wero also received ffom
IP. II. Knliiua nnd tho Hutchinson
StiRor Plantation Ca., hotli nwnli.R
teal estnte within n thousand feet of
the saloon. Doth stated that the ap
plicant had run a dliorderly nnd dli
reputablo cstabllthmont under hU
puupiit llceute. ,
I With regard to I.eonR Aknua, who
k wanted a renewal of his tecond-rlasl
'saloon Ilrcni0 In Valplo Valloy, the
Inspector reported that there 'had
been many complaints that there w.u
too mu:li drunkenness there. Mint
of tho HawallaiM did not want u sa-
Whon the application of Yaun.;
On Aona, for a cccond-clats saloon
license nt Hookcna, Konu, was taken
up, tho report of the Inspector was
read stntliiR that thcio had been
n -1-: c-c-p'h.'r"' ?.?".:?'. tf! jU"
'!. lrr t-x:rjirlH tVl -a
jcr:-".l f tS.'.-' ;!-r.-s I" jiCua
In iho ci-e cf John oe Mallo :m
wanted a M-ond-:lai salson ll;pn!i
for Iilal.e.l Hie l..-ptcr tiipnrtel
that there )nd h.'n many complaint',
to the ctfeM lint thh plai"e fnrni'li
ii liquor to minor" A letter wua
nln rend from W. .1. Hooper, ftlnt
Inc thai tlm l puree liiul, In Fplln
cf lepented warning, been furnish
IliR liquor to C. II. Hooper, lhe
writer's biolher. , '
Willi lcRard to Nebutanl M"orl,
who vj;.,eil n se'onl-slars saloon II
cense fcr Keopuhn, tho Intpcctor re-
portPil that Hip saloon was repnited
lo be n niiclliiR pl.itn for Ramblera
The luspeclnr lepoitnl, In rcR.ird
In tho application of Inan de Sou.i
for a scennd-cinn snlron license for
llloven MIIcm. Olnn, Hint the p'ncp
ilia net betqiiR to the nppllcanl, who
was merely n representative of .) (I,
Eorrao, H.o wholesale dealer. Thu
plantation believed that the labnrerH
would be better off If theie were ti'j
tidnoii ut that place.
MunaRcr John Watt of llin Olaa
SiiRar Co. entered u verbal protest
against the RrnntliiR of n llceiiRe to
Sms-i. Them was much iliunki'li
nevs thrrp. and he had teen many In
toxlc.ilcd people on tho rn.id. lie had
seen ilninks In tho lrlnlty nn Sun
days, but could not say where they
had ohtall.Pd their liquor. Ho had
nlsn seen plantation In borers lavo
the premUes In on Intoxicated- con
dition. Attorney I'erry, who represented
the npplltnnt, called ntlciitlon HUlio
fnct that Wntt'B protest was not In
written form, Ho could 'vouch .for
tli3 f.nt that Soiisji1 win nuer on
the preuitres on Sunday, nnd nlkci for
tlio fart that lie and not Serriui own
ed tho Tilace.
At thli point V. S. Terry, rcpri'-
tcntlnR tho Piohlliltliiulsts, created
a dlvcrsln::. lie called attention to
the fs:t that a number of nppllrn
tlons had been read, about which U
had been ututeif that there win nn
protest nRnlnst Hieni, He wantel io
know why his protect nRalnst them
had not beet, uieiillonod.
"That U n jjenernt protest," nn
"Hut why ii It not mentioned? '
"That Is no protect," answcrcl
Molr. "Hut we aro ready to hear
feci strength and energy oozing out x
of your pores with every drop of perspiration.
Work -because you "have to. And thirsty 11 Can't
quench it. You'll enjoy a delicious, sparkling glass of
'You'll feel therlifference-cool, comfortable, refreshed.
Thirst delightfully quenched. Now, isn't it worth
GET THE GENUINE
Delicious Refreshing Wholesome
T"! , rL
in Honolulu by Hawaiian Soda Works
,, 4ii, rt.7 .r.a r.ti .r', . r...'i
5?t t? s&7 " r,t.t-,-j:5-Tr;7 "Th:r?
rasr cj i;s:i iai;:r. tl.st ar? .-s:-"'
than othsr; but they arc all fciJ
(Hero the cpeal.er vent on to da
fl'ilbo the V.orl. and experience-, ot
the Silvallnn Aimi ) Yo,i could
not have my name on any one of
theo llcenien n I )Our mnlhern, I
think, would i.ut npproio of ll
either. Howoier, the law Rhe jnu
the power to remedy tills, nml It It
up In j on to lift."
l'errj snld thnt he wns a (Unmet
innRlstrnle, nml Hint ho could say
from his experience us such tlm'
very few catcs of crime owed their
nrlRln to liquor. He objected l.i
Tern's general prolcM.
Tho board Mild that II would nt
lend to the matter, and Terry left
The nppllvttlan of Pun Chan fn-
a teneviil of a second- lass lleol. a
for tho Keystone Saloon, In llllo, w.is
the next lo run up nRnlnst the in
speclor. The i,epori stilled drily Hint
tlieic were no comphilutM ngalnst the
plnce except Jhnt Ion nnny diiink:
ciime nut tlicivfrniu. I
The Ii. tpeelcir teported, In reRnr.l
to tho upiillcallcn of Chns. Shlmn-
moto for a llnt-cl.iiis wlinlesulo li
cense, that there had been rnm-'
plaints to the effect that the nppll-'
cant was selling liquor fio.u his de
livery wagon In the outside dis
tricts. With regard to tho application of
J. U. Serrao for n wholesale llconsa,
the inspector reported that there had
been complaints thnt Inferior liquors!
wero being sold mid delivered from
that place. Tho snme report was
made on Sen-no's appli ntlon for .1
When the nppllcntlou of I-. K.
Wlbon for n M-cond-c l.i-u saloon li
cense for the Mooheuu Saloon, In
llllo, en me up, the Inspector rcport-
- - - '- ling or uemg in possession oi su-n
cd that there were complaints tlintKtter ,he ,,, mentioncl.
the nppllcai.t told Inferior liquors " ,,,,, ,, , . ,,
nnd that there was gambling going'!, ' A ' ""es hereafter Issue,, by
on ot, the premises. 'iSL ," iHnn. J
There were no complaints or od.rt" "B","nnR
verse reports against Hie resrnf thoj -,,l" B,ll,"' """ whatever licenses
applicants - f wer. Rrai.led wo'tld be subject i
After a brief consiillnllnu with VtJ, thlsr-n1,,t,,,n-othor
members of tlm boaid, MolrJ Manager Austin or Peacock & Co
announced that the board hail iidop-f blanch aked that further time bo
od tho following reiolutlon In. regarilgl.vn the dealers In which to dli
lo the sale of Imitation liquor: ' .1'? of the stock of- such liquors
"IteMilvod, That from anil after thblYJftlcli they had on hand. He spoke
1st day of July, 1910, no loinpouri-Vk0011101" nB we" M ,0T him'''
ed or Imitation siilrltuous llqitor.tM?l'' m"1 H'at this would he consld
or any liquor marked mUbrnnded or r"l;
i nirsc-wuencnino: -siMF whenever
for eatlne, drlnklnc and cooklOK
Pure, Dellclouj, Nutritious
i:iU,nit P. s. rtu nt um
Hrrakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
linker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 Hi. cakes
firnnan Sweet Chocolate,
l-l Hi. cakes
Tot Sale 1-r tnJInl Gtoctri la Honolulu
Waller Baker & Co. Ltd.
D0KCIIB5TBR, MASS, U. 8. A,
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
type shnll bn sold within the Juris
diction or the board, nml all liren.
sees me hereby warned nRalnst sell-
you see an
Coca - Cola