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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1902.
v5 M v B . PORTO ffil MUST BE RiRLY TB SMP JUDGMENT WILL JOT DO Nt aa Easy Kaner to Gostici Tagrasfs Sajs Gfeariie G&illiflgwortk of the powcrfel factors for rood. ow existing in the commanity. As sociability Is Justly considered ca of the fundamental principles of the Endeavor work, the meeting soon resolved itseif iato a delightful social session. The eveaiag hoers were pleasantly whiled away in converse and tn gases. Before the members and gvsts de parted for their acmes they" wr in vited to partake of a tempting array of tight refreshments, deftly served by a committee of ladies. The second social will be held the first part of February. JAPANESE GBUSHED iBIM Jcfcr.son Plays a Return Engage-! raent at the WHctt Matinee- AT H ARRTMN ffllJUHHTC x, " v I Jtilfo Wiilftfl nA 1 Taa! U--r- to Heart Talk From the Court to1 VI Place Her on Right Road THE WOMEN OF INDIA. LL RECOVER FROM INJURIES? CIA Ul 7t is reWly Tfce resjainder of the cooUflseat of Porto Means gathered fa by the police tfgpartiaiit early in the week were arraigswd la the First District Coort ycstorifey ssorafag before Judge Wfl cox ttpOa the charge of vagrancy. Ia law case of Joan Goto. Ramon Xodrtgots, and Jesus Basqtii, the charged wa aolle pros'd. The other defendaats were granted nntil this aaorntag to prove that they belonged o the raak and file of Hoaolulu's tofleia. The prosecution, which ia these eases ia the police department, finds that k has a pretty difficult Job on its heads to prove the guilt of the Porto lUcaas. In most cases the men are found loafing about the streets of the city and, upon Interrogation learned that they have but rer left the plantations and are for the time being out of employment. Just Left a Plantation. We can't send a man to the reef for the simple reason that be is with out a Job.' was the rejoinder of Dep uty Sheriff Chllllngworth yesterday. when the three Porto Ricans were re leased for the want of evidence to eomict them of vagrancy. In each case the defendants were enabled to establish their previous connection wtth work. They had but recently eft work oa one of the island planta tions and had beta promised work in other cane fields by the first of Fcfcroary. W are criticised In some quarters because we fall to convict these peo ple upon the charge of being vag rants," continued Deputy Chilling worth. "The laws now governing this Territory grant unto every man, wo-j man and child a fair and impartial; trial. It Is far from being an easy matter to produce evidence showing that the Porto Ricans. who are fre quently gathered In by the onicors. are without any visible means of sup port. Adultery Charge Proven. The charge of adultery was proven Ngaiuet M. H. Kauwe and Mrs. M. X. Manuel, after n considerable amount of salacious testimony had been of fered for the delectation of tha crowd of court room loungers. The defend ant! were fined. Kauwe being assess ed $JW while-the woman was let off with SIS. Kalnnl Fernandez, a plantation la borer brought to these islands from Porto Rico by the Planters' Associa tion, became tired of a life of tpil and sought rest in the metropolis. His disappearance from a nearby planta tion was soon noticed, and the police departiuont was notified of his dis appearance. Fernandez was corrall ed in the local Porto Rican colony. aad dragged ruthlessly to jail. Education, Marriaga and Widowhood to Be Discussed at Calcutta. From the New York Tribune A confidence Trill be held at Cal catta this winter, at which Lord Cnr zon has consented Jo preside, where matters of great Interest to woman hood the world over, and of special importance to women la the far east, will be discussed. x Three questioas will come ap for consideration before this conference. First, the rrteing of the age limit for marriage among the natives The age for girls now Is from eight to nine, with ten for the maximum Ac cording to the Shastra, sacred wri tings of the Hindoos, if a girl attains marriageable age while still an na married inmate of her father's house that girl is an outcast, and should j be treated as such. In that warm J climate early developments -are the Wl& (if lf?5?iSssl -jsf fp JvXTsr sV A I L J W uvKwrm 1 bsbssssbMbsbssbssssssbsbsbssssssssMH i sssasaV 4 1 J" Cauoht In Fast Rtvclvinn Flv Wheel rcie. so it is not ancomnicn to see ) w - . a - rf and Thrown to Ground Taken to mothers of thirteen, and, consequent Are Dressed. j Iy. grandmother of less than thirty ' Queen's Hospital Where Injuries ! One result of this early enforced maternity "has been a lamentable, physical deterioration of the race. 1 attended by other consequences more; subtle, but no less serious. The second topic that will engage j the attention of tne conference is ' the abolition of compulsory celibacy! among Indian and Mahometan wi- dows. I Although the practice of "suttee." j the burning, alive of widows on the Tofcio, a Japanese employed at the Harrison stone quarries at Kaimuki. met with an accident yesterday wnich for a time was believed to have bJen fatal. The man was engaged at work about the stone crusher, and in some unaccountable manner was caught in s fast revolving ay wheel, and before j hnsband's funeral pyre, was formally the machinery could be broaght to a f abolished by the Indian government stop, he was thrown to the ground j in 1S35. on the plea that it was "cul- with great force and sustained seri-jpable homicide." It has not been pos- T fie Best Wines and IjiquDrs distilled from the choicest yields of field and vineyard, bottled with the utmest care and skill, and delivered at your door the finest tonics and in vigorants ycu can get. WHAT SHALL WE SEND YOU? Come in and make a selection; we guarantee ths quality. HOFFSCHUEGER CO.. LID The Pioneer Wine and Liquor House. No. 23 King St.. near Bethel M t i& SPECTRES A-.ui'T .--r v RIGHT 7T X We fit Eytsiriaises agdSpectacle atid fit than Right Just Right. We rit glasses to old eyes to give better vision and to preserve eyesight. We tit classes to voting eves tor the re moval of eve-strain and attendant evils. Frames Right, Leuscs Right, Treatment Right, Prices Right. RIGHT vOUR WAY, please. Factorv on the premis.s. A. N. 55NPOKD, Boston Building. Fort street Second Great Clearance Sale THE OUR WORK ons injuries. The Japanese received sible to legislate successfully against; four cuts ' the more bitter punishment meted 1 Is well done. It is the repairing of above the head. badly fractured. He was conveyed in a hack to the Queen's Hospital where his injuries received attention. The man was considered out of dasg-r last night. He wfiT recover. RESIDENTS ALARMED, His thigh was also out to those unfortunate women, whoj ' 2 1 a 1 H!JnR lAf-A Mil (nnini r III utxumiu;; iuuua just: an suwwi rights, are deprived of their orna ments. compelled to assume the coar sest and scantiest of clothing, to fill the most menial positions in the household and to be physically dis iigured. The third question which will come up is of the education of the Indian women. As matters stand now, sucn education as they receive terminates! with their marriage, and, as thati must take place before they enter their teens, at least in the case of a Hindoo girl, it is "really seen that it must be of a very superficial and . primary character. . Thurston Avenue Is Visited fay a Sus picious Looking Spotter. HighSheriff Brown received notin cntion yesterday, that a suspicious character had been frequenting the premises of for. Wood on Thurston avenue, and that his actions had cauf ed the neighborhood much apprehen sion and alarm. The district was patrolled and a careful investigation made' by the police department. Residents in that section of the city are of the opinion that the individual is one of a number who are planning a season of petty tillering, and that the fellow is a watcher who has been detaileJ to spy out the situation and later re port upon the available places llk-ly to yield up a lucrative haul WHEELS, WAGONS, MACHINES, CASH REGISTERS, And the making of STEEL DIES, MOTOR CARRIAGES and FINE STEEL WORK. THE MOTOR UUMl MACHINE CO. UNION STREET. Tha Tri-Weskly Leading Kswspajsr. Best Job Printing at Lcwest Prices. Proprietor, -Editor, - - - DB. T VtTAWIIKA OFFICE: River Street near Beretania Bridge. P. O. Box S42. Tel. White 54L Claus Spreckels & Co. Bankers HONOLULU. - H.T San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. A CHINESE 'PHONE EXCHANGE. ADMIRAL GEORGE C. BECKLEY. Beautiful Flag to be Presented to Pur ser by Master's Association. A big surprise Is In store for Pur ser Beckley of the Klnau wnen he ar rives at WHder's wharf on Saturday. The Master's and Pilot's Association of Honolulu, of which Purser Beckley Gorgeously Fitted Up and Supplied With the American "Hello.; From the San Francisco Chronicle. The new Chinese telephone ex change is open and ready for busi ness, after months of preparation The exchanee differs from all oth- Hvrc Hiic nifT- nr in tlif "Wnrlil in that it is gorgeous with oriental beauty and a marvel of luxurious good taste and splendor. The tele phone company has made it a noint ( to make the new exchange one of the Fhow places in Chinatown.- It has j spared no expense to obtain this re-, suit, and Chief Engineer Cantin, un 1 der whose direction the work was j done, feels justly proud of the re- j suits of his labors. On entering the ante-room one is 1 Phone WMte 911 For Some GENUINE HIRE'S BOOT BEER or GINGER ALE All kindd of drinks delivered to all parts of the city upon the receipt of order. ARCTIC Ssda Wat er Works 127 Miller Street lis n nnnnlnr mpmhpr will nrpTif him with an admiral's 'flag, as a ton- ml b' a smilin? and bTiug fU"C" en of the esteem in which he is held. Nonary, whose sole duty it Is to make The flag has been made here. It is expected that a solemn christening of the new banner will take place after the presentation. May Get Out Injunction. The Chinese, who have submitted to Territorial Treasurer William K. His .Wright the election matter in th- promise to again return to his duties ia the cane fields resulted in his re lease yesterday morning. Miscellany. Julia Guerrero, a prepossessing young lady of about fifteen summers arrested on Wednesday upon com plaint of hor mother, who charged paternal disobedience, was released with a mild reprimand. Ito. a Japanese, was taxed $10 and costs for indulging in a wife beating episode in vhich Kuma. the alleged part nor of his joys and woes, figured Chinese United' Society, have declar ed that in the event of the Treasurer not answering them very soon. thy will get out an injunction against the present list of officers on th ground that the last election proceedings were not conducted according to th charter of the society. Locomobiles Are Coming. The Monna Hotel has received word that the locomobiles ordered several months ago. which are intended to ' lives, with his assistants visitors welcome. Close by the door i is a richly carved teak-wood table, on which are kept tobacco and cigarettes I and a nest of tea bowls, while in j silk-covered caddy rests a large tea-' pot, which is alwavs kept filled with I tea of a good quality. Tea and tobac co are always served to visitors, a complement of hospitality without which no Chinese business transac tion is complete. , ( Before giong into the telephone j ioom itself a brief Inspection of the ( rooms in the rear of the reception room is not without interest In the extreme rear Is a kitchen, small, but ' neat and crmplete. There is an j equally diminutive dining room, and ! fflllS Wen. 11 nan repair it. BICYCLES ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS. c. GOWJSOS:. 1186 Union Street. OPP. PACIFIC CLUB. Exchange National DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na tional Bank of San Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of Lon don, Ltd. NEW YORK American National Bank. CHICAGO Merchants Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnais. BERLIN Dresden Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRA LIA Bank of New Zealand VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. This weak: we shall throw our entire stock of . LADIES WASHABLE SKIRTS on ota- counters, to b sold at cost or less. We do not believe that any lady wao visited our Muslin Underwear Sale last week was dis appointed in the bargains offered, or can say that the Sale did set carry out the promises made ic our advertisements. We give yo oar word thas the values offered this week: will be equally as great, aad. that this is an opportunity not to be passed by. These Skirts are cut by skilled men tailors and well made as4 trimmed. They are of Crash. Khokt Denim, Dock. Uaen and Pbtoe. and are both white and colored. They arc sold so cheaply that wc cannot afford to make alterations oa Skirts boasht darinr this Safe, bat there is a great variety of sizes aad lengths, and almost every one can be fitted. Prices begin at 25 cents and go to JiW. with all prices betweoa; the greatest bargains, however, being betweea Jl.e aad J2 W. SILK PETTICOATS. We shall pnt in with this Sale a few beaatifai Pure Silk Colors Petticoats, which we have marked at exact cost. There are oalr a limited number of them and they will probably all be sold oa the first day of the Sale hence better be quick. WHITNEY & MAKSE LTD TrTTIIIIIIIIIISrrTYTTTTITgllTTTTTlittttTtlTTVTTy, OUR CROW FOR 1902 GROCERIES A boy once wrote: "I luv a rooster fer tew things one Ii the krow that iz In him. and the other is the spurs that air on htm to bak up his crow with." We admit having crowed often and loud, but we have the "spurs to back up the krow." We sell Groceries. pure and wholasome TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received. Loans Made on Approved Security. Commercial and Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Ex change Boueht and Sold. BMOP&OOIPABI BANKERS BANKING DEPARTMENT. fed haft rrVca-AlMli n'WniUC Bill Johnson had been drlnkitic and I b-v " h freighter Hawaiian which , w ,v. ,.. . .,o w ioi...ls "ay Pected to arrive at tbi Transact business in all departments likewise a bedroom, in which are four 1 of banking. small bunks. This Is where Loo Kum j Collections carefully attended to. Shu, the manager of the exchange. Exchange bought and so!d rnu -.. LUiuiaeiaai auu iiatcitrb i-t;n.ti 1 IICV UlCi .?. -i rrt i- n I t,lv hH-fln .ho wtnirv or,.i ,. . ....... ,,. . " . w wean issuea ob ice uanK w uaiu- ,.., v., -..v ..w-...j uu ."v.amujs on uuiy, ana ine exenange s nrBt. ,a v r T?nthrn x- qnn; business district, have been shlpoed aevor ci0Sed from year's end to year's I London? V M Rothcllt S(ms' COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. AMWJtI ?TMi eivlj F RESH MILK " 0RE4M BUTTER BUTTER MILK K MAY & 00, Ltd. BoslongBloak. Telephones, 22, 24, 92. Fort Street. P. 0. Box 3S6. .IgTYTIITIII.ITIIIITIIHTIIirTIItlllTTTTTTITYtlTtTr, YOU EN JOT IT; TOU NEED IT, TOO. PRIMO LAGER lias all the wonderful tonic properties of pure hops and mult. Absolutely pure and properly aged. Order a trial case from the Brewer. TELEPHONE MAIN 341. DELIVERED FREE IN CITY. t f he paid the accustomed fine. It look-1 ed Uko old times to see the Johnson physiognomy loom up in the prisoner's dock. With Johnson were Messrs. Clark.' Hakuole and Jacobson. who also looked deeply upon the Frimo. Hack drew down fines of $2 and costs. The case of Ah Hong alleged to have received stolen goods was post poned until Saturday morning. port. TOOHG PEOPLE'S ENDEAYOB SOCIETY PLEASURE FOLLOWED BUSINESS First "Series of Monthly Gatherings Held Last Evening Christian Endeavorere Rtpcrted in Thrlv- Ir.g Condition. 'The firsi of a series of monthly basinees and social gatherings given under the auspices of the Young Peo ple's Society of Christian Endeavor of the Christian Church, was held at the church on Alakea street yester day evening. . The organisation was reported as reastantly growing in numbers and ia strength. As a society, the En eavoTers were enrolled in the ranks the Y. W. C. A. to give a joint recep tlon to the two Associatious at the Y. M. C. A. hnll. on January 21th There will be a musical program, m which th Amateur Orchestra will take a leading part. To Discuss Reorganization. The Home end. The front room, in which is placed the switchboard, is the most attrac tive feature of the place. It is gayly Correspondents: The Bank of Califor nia; Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd., London. t Drafts and cable transfers on China and Japan through the Hongkong & Intnf Rffvntinn V W r A ... I ibVOratpd with ilrniron"; nnrl BPrnonto- I . . - . . . .. Arrangements are being made by ,w , ,, if- Z'ZZ:' 2?B"pna an"nS .V"po"?n..an-a - - -""i " "". nariereu ussk oi muia. Australia ec the ceiling, ia which electric lights i China. have been placed, making a contrast I Interest allowed on term deposits at of modernity and antiqultv. I the following rates per cent per an- Tne work of the exchange would f c ' ', drive an American operator insane.! FOr. in mliiitfnn tn tha ?C5 mnnhn I , '. .w .P ...JV UUM4U,- ' on the exchange, there are at lea;t wntcn are either in i Seven days' notice, at 2 per cenL Three months, at 3 per cent. Six months, at 3 per cent. Twelve months, at 4 per cent., TRUST DEPARTMENT. mr .1ai jj LttviintiiiM -nrninn zito Pirna in Rule Republicans will r.h5c ,, . , ,.., 4 meet in executive session at Foster's ' ILm, "uu-1- ol " Act as Trustees under mortgages, hall this evening. The proposition o wraMv hw nearI- I Manage estates (real and personal), recreate the wrty will he b-oucb' Iame; t0 raraembr- together with Collect rents and dividends. Valuable :rri p,r rdr ,r ; xtss B!nds' etc-received for . i. , ..,, , . , . . . J example. Woo Keo rinss his tele- saJe Keeping, to have been held last night, but -was j . ; p wr postponed because of the Wilcox iatu. I l!rone ,.s,ay he wants to talk to. ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT. , .. , I Chung Hi Kin. He gnes no number. Held fer Theft Ior Chung lives Jn some bin tenement ' Auditors for Corporations and Pri- A Portuguese, named Fitario Gob J- . 2 o Wenhon. n umber. ,t is r sTSafi "p j ...t.. o .. ..j.- y... t.. the duty of the on?rative to rpmem-1 , . t,-.. . . I iDm. .t jni'M.ii i.MMiiiv m I - - . " - . .- .- j t Delivered twice daily to any part sf the town. IBT THE Star DAIRY When ordering ring up BLUE 3171. A. B. DO'AJ - Manager City office, phone Main 391, P. O. Box 22. OAHU RAILWAY . UNO GO - c2r333S??4a mWmma TIME TABLE From and After January 1, 1001 The Drawing Koorn 0( one's house betrays whatever refinement and good taste there is in its adornment to the casual visitor. A VISIT to our store will convince any one of the excellence of our stock and the reasonableness of our prices. HU H. Willi anas, 1146-1148 FORT STREET. ii Union Gas Eiiin hi? STATIONARY MARINE AND Agents vron Hamm-YoungCo.,Lfd. caTT,:i-:r-;rsr snzEZEZEn?. ltB-TELEPHONB, MAIN 276. tective David Kaapa charged witn being implicated with the disappear ance of a bicycle. The man was held for investigation bv the High Sheriff, i Hawaiian Boy Injured. A young Hawaiian by the name of Eddie Alkue was run over by a gov ernment dump cart yesterday as be was riding on his wheel st the corner of Fort and Queen street. One of his legs was broken and he was taken ta the Queen's Hospital In the patrol wagon. pared. Trustees on Bankrupt or In solvent Estates. Office. 924 Bethel Street. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. ber ?H these names, and it is claim- fd he does so without effort. The Chinese telephone company has been in existence since 1SS7 and has alowlr mprie its war. mnvlnr- fmm Place to place as Its" increasing busi- . DPfts received and interest al- fcl, ,j i lowed at 4"i per cent per annum. In ness made larger quarters necessary. accoruaace J& RaiJ and Rfi. air. Loo Kum Shn has been the man- tions. copies of which mav be obtaln ager for the past eight years. He . ed on appl'cation. speaks English without a trace of INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, accent and is a man of great intclli- . . . , .. . . ., . , Kence. H i?l V(n- r, t Klo . 6UJU tuj ri.v, m...C, .!;, beet le Is very proud of his new quarters and never tires of showing visiters about the places i dent and Em" foyers Liability Insur ance Companies. Insurance Ofice, 924 Bethel Street I ormvASD Dally Dally Dilly DaUr Dally Stations. ex x Soa Sua za aa m ptn pa Honolulu U3 9J5 U-03 3 JS S-.'O irmiatT 8.-03 :JS U:i0 3rl7 SJO twsMUl 823 t0f II ."00 4305 SU Walaiue 13S0 1:45 .... Walalaa 11:55 ..... 5H0 .... Sa&czu UJ2 eas .... IKWARIr Dally Dallj Dally Dally Dally Stations. ex ex Son Bon ic a si a-za .am a a Kahttfc3 ..... 3:33 3338 WalAlo .... ..... t-JO ..... 2i50 "faUaw ..... 7:1D ..... 3JS EraHin ..... 7je 7:15 XS 4:33 paziay .. sas 9-jss iae ias Hocotalu .. .. tsO itH 2i itSi G. P. DENISOX. T. 9. SMITH. 2hipetiatedesC P. T. A. Ladies' Underwear SHUTS Hi CHEMISES Made toOnSeraad Kept !n3tk DRESSMAKING! Good Fit Guaranteed. Best Workman ship. Lowest Prices. LJ.SUN, Sear PaaaJU Su SEATTLE BEER!! 3ttr.. Oa "Draught or in at tb.4 "CRITERION" ftl G. IBWiM I CO., ill ooo Wm. G. Irwfn. . President & Hsjcapr Claus Spreckels.. First Vice Ptaldeai V. 1L Glffard.. Second Vice Prtfjideai H. ir. Whitney, Jr.. .Treas. aad SeiV OOO Sugar Factors ANIV Commission Agetits ooo AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic S. S. Go. Of San Fraochco. Cal. : y i :,'