HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1903 SEMI-WEEKL- WHOLE No. 252G
. XXX VIII, No. 81.
NEW LAW CAMPAIGN R TALK TO KEPOIKA FIRE DID
11 BIG CROWDS
Time for Operation Republicans Have Open-
ed Their Rally Sheriff Brown Punctures Statements Made by Answers Published It Burned Large
Extended One Wilcox Candidates Warming Up to Innuendo.
Center. Number of
Month. Campaign Issues. "Deemed best to limit ntnount In Now
The Republican County Committee
has opened headquarters at the Terri- York to $750,000, as considerable has
Technically all the Insurance compa- developed here."
torial Committee's rooms In Tort street.
nies In the Islands are doing buslnes A. II. Jnckson has been appointed as- Republicans wore again out in force last night and held large meet- Treasurer A. N, Kepolkil yesterday
unlawfully today and are liable to a did answer Secrctnn Geo R Carter's
sistant secretary and will be In charge ings in Kahhi, Palama and Kakaako. Even where the speakers made
tine. The new Insurance law went in- questioning cablegram ot the day pre-lou- s,
to effect jesteiday, and the Insurance
of the place. The rooms will be kept
open from 9 to 11 o'clock In the morn-
promises which the Republican administtation would verify by its acts,
It was In the woids nbove
companies liae not complied with Its
and the 1 Ionic Rulers ere giv en a few body blows, especially Wilcox's
ing, 12 to 5 o'clock In the afternoon,
tale abttot what he would not do with lepers if he were High Sheriff.
quoted. Block at Corner of
provisions as jet. The law provides nnd 7.30 to 12 o'clock In the evening. H E. Cooper, Superintendent of Pub-
There will nlwnjs be some one In at- AT ACHI'S WAREHOUSE Its ndinlnlsti.atlon In such resolute1 nnd
that "it shall be unlawful for any com- fearless fashion as shall teach nil that lic Woiks, said regarding the matter of Richards and
tendance at the rooms. The meeting nt Achl's warehouse was
pany or cotpontlon to transact the pieslded over by Chailey Clark, who
no man Is above It nnd no man below the Tenltorlnl loan jesterdn:
HOME RULE MEETING It."
business of Insurance in this Territory
A meeting of the Homo Rulers was
first Intioduced A M. Brown The lat- Hairy Murray made n rattling good
"I do not see win It should not bo
subset Ibed for, as much as may be
unless it shall hae complied with all ter had n lousing icceotlpn. He said speech and was given heait applause.
held jesterday evening In Knkaako, at the Republican puty In 1902 promised W. T Rawlins entertained the audi taken. Of com so we can only tifo ns
of the provisions of this Act and ob- which addi esses weie made by nearly county government which pledge It enco with an excellent address which much money ns can bo economically ex
tained the certificate of authority from all of the county candidates. The had redeemed It was no more than was well leeched nnd he was froquont-1- v pended.
fair that the voteis should give the Intenupted by applause and cheeis
tthe Commissioner as herein provided" meeting wa,s held opposite the Kuma-la- e Republican party the opportunity to He caused a laugh hv saying that Ills 'The $750,000 authored In the mes- - Three Alarms Were Turned in.
Commissioner Kepolkal has extended
block and was well attended. put the law Into effect. He said he father "made the stuff that kept the s ige to Mr. Carter was meniit to bo
John H. Wise, In his speech, said the did not care to boast about himself, but country clean soap" nnd he If elected Issued nt once. This authoilzatlon dif Surrounding Property Saved
the time of compiling with most of the Republicans appointed native Havval-lan- s the men on the Republican ticket were would keep tho county clean of rogues fered from the original arrangement.
provisions of the act for one month, men of expeilence In the government Charles Clnik told the audience that, From the Blaze Owned
to Jobs connected with the garbage nnd for that leason should be elected. which was to Issue onl $250,000 at once,
all itimois to the contrnry notwith
which natuially lets out the insurance and excavntot services, reserving clet-Ic- al He likened countv government to the standing, be was a Republican, would $100,000 In January and 000 In Apt 11,
companies and their agencies, where olllces for the foreigners. This he breaking In of a new horse. When ai remain a Republican, nnd work for making one million altogether divided
man wanted a horse broken, he did not the success of the cntltc Republican
lie Is concerned- - If Kepolkal hadn't said would be changed when the Homo go to a taro planter to have It done, he between the different periods'.
extended the time until November 1st,
Rulers gained power, r,s none but na- went to n horse tialner He promised Theie were about 200 present 'Theie is no need, however, for any Fire broke out In the lnrgo y
tives would bo appointed to clerkbhlps that If the ticket was elected they limitation on tetidets for the bonds. wooden building at the corner of Illch-nu- ls
the Insurance companies might have REPUDLICANS AT WAIALUA. would have the hoise well broken. The MEETING AT HOLTS These may be foi many times the u- -
been fined. The are lluble to a line
cjiinty would be full of trouble and It An enthusiastic meeting of Republi- and Queen streets nt a few min-
Republican candidates nnd many would tnke men of bialns, experience moiiiit ot the entile Issue. It frequont-- 1
as It is, but the Insurance Commission- and money backing to stmt It The cans was hehl nt James L. Holt's place h ippens that public loans ate over- utes past two o'clock this morning. In-
campalgn helpeis went to Walalua jes- In Knllhl. with Mi. Holt piesldlng A
money was all behind the Republican subscribed " side of ten minutes the whole building,
er will haidly proceed against them, teiday evening to hold a meeting paity nnd they would put up tho cash
ciowd was In attendance
as he lias agreed to the extension. The amidst Iaukca's home suiioundlngs and the spe ikeis were vvnrml applaud- Mr. Coopei's attention was called to containing a laige number of Chinese
to run the government if it went be-
law- - provides that "If any Insurance hind If the Home Rulers were elect- ed. Among them weie J W Pratt, an article In an evening panel which
KALAUOKALANI PILLS OITICB nominee for nsessoi , II. E Muiray, and Japanese shops nnd small stores,
company or coiporatlon, Its agents or ed he doubted If they could get the hinted at someone not named as being
Nnwahlne has wlthdiawn a,s Home monev to pay the emploes and carry cleik S E Damon, treusuici W T. suspected of obstructing, foi peisotinl lunch rooms, and a saloon,, was a solid
attornevs shall solicit Insurance or shall Rule candidate for county assessor In on government work. This would Rawlins attome , A. M lltown, shetilT
mass of flames. In a halt an hour tho
Ksuea policy without having complied J. W. Piatt told of the handling of ends, the mission of Mr. Cat ter. He
We-- t Hawaii The reason he gave was cause hardship tq the natives. He
with the piovUions of this Act, the said Wilcox had made the statement the tax ofllce, and ho said tint Havval-Im- s characterized the aitlcle as ridiculous entire building was In ruins and tho de-
that he did not believe himself com- fontied a majority of the emplojes If aimed at himself.
company 01 eorpoi.itlon, or its agents petent to hold the position. Senator that If he (Wilcox) was elected he In Ills ofllce at present. His leinaikH li iitiiient had gieat dlfllculty in pre-
or attorney so issuing- the policy or would not ntiest lepers, but Wilcox were heartily applauded. "I was one who uiged Mr. Cartel to
KalauokalanI, as piesldent of the showed his Ignorance here, for the venting Its sptead ocro's to the Wai-kl- kl
accepting the application for the same Ilnny Murny told of ithe number of go Eist on this business ," Ml. Cooper
Homo Itule paity, tilled the ticket b Board of Health agents did the arrest- emploves In the Public Woiks depait-men- t, side of Rlcluuds street and toward
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and the appointment of W. P. McDougall ing In such cases and not the police. slid. "Is It likely that I should ob- - the Sillm'p Homo building on the har-
as a candidate In place of Nawahlne In his department there weie eight Ilavvallans predominating In rstruct him In belling the bonds, when It
be subject to a line of not less than every branch Muiray said ho was a bor side.
one hundred dollars or more than Charles Notley has wlthdiawn fiom emplojed to every white man. Hawaiian, and If be really wasn't he Is my own department that the pto-cec-
the Home Itule ticket ns u candidate The sheriff said he was as good a Ha Plvo streams of water weie being
Jive hundred doHai' would like to be corrected, for he was ot the loan will chiefly benellt?"
for supervisor at ,51 id the nomina- waiian as Wilcox. His speech was poured on the llio within a very few
The law piovldes that companies or- tion has been given to Frank Haivey given applause"that could bo heard for and ralsd hcei
S E Damon, th- - nominee for tiens-ure- r, minutes , but the bhue was veiy hot.
ganized within the Territory shall have by KalauokalanI. The change In tho blocks.
ticket was announced at a meeting of RENTON TALKS said If elected be would adminis- NEW QUARTERS ON Hundreds of Chinese nnd Japuneso
paid up stock of $50,000 and foreign the Home Itule committee yesterday ter the finances of the county In nn made a hurried exit with their goodK
companies are required to have a paid-u- p "Roosevelt" Renton was then Intro- economical innnncr Ho compared the
capital of $100,000.
noon. Haivej was nominated b the
Demociats foi supeivlsot In the Fifth duced. He snld a new era had dawn- two parties by saying they were like QUARANTINE ISLAND from the building itself and those Im-
two water pipes, one wns filled nnd the mediately sui rounding It. The (Ire
The act provides the following safe-guar-
district and he will either have to get ed In Hawaii, that following out the
a new nomination fio.n the faithful principles of the Renubllcnn nartv the other empty, and he left It to the peo- Work on now quarters for Asiatic
seemed to have broken out In the rear
which are practically the same legislature gave the people a coun ple to decide which was which. ot the Cable Saloon on the comer of
or else trade off with nnotliei Home Immigrants has been commenced on
for foreign as for domestic companies. Itule candidate In the Tifth It Is re- ty bill which put the government In High Sheilff Rtowii also spoke. lit Queenstiect. A policeman lintiiedl itcly
ported that he has already neqepted the hnnds of the people It was a gieat said he also wns a Hawaiian and th it Qimtantlne Island. The old double cor-
Sec. S. It shall be unlawful for the he was boin In the T'lfth dlstilct, and turned In the alnitn but before the de-
directors, tiustees or managers of any the nomination fiom the Home Kule lesponslblllty on the shoulders of the ral which was tinned ovet to the fed-
voteis to elect men who could meet the he thought the Fifth district should partment could reach tho scene the
insurance company or corporation or- ij committee.
duties of the different offices honestly, give him Its votes He said he would eral authorities when annexation came
large building was doomed.
ganized undei the laws of this Tenl-to- Notle is repoited to have thrown up nlwajR endeivor to conduct his ofllce Is being torn down, nnd the lumber Is
the sponge on the fltvst Intimation from judiciously nnd Intelligently.
to make an dividends except from ns tho people deslied, and he knew bis being used In the construction ot the Thtee alarms weie sont In and tho
the surplus prollts arising from their the Home Rulets that a Democratic j
OTHER SPEAKERS. whole lire brigade was on the scene.
candidate was piefeired. Ho did not ndmlnlstrntlnn would be satisfactory. new quaitcis. The men nt the quar-
business, nnd In estimating such pro- Jack Lucas mnde a speech In Ha- He wns enthusiastically received. It wns wonderful how quick the build-
llts there shall be icseived ttiereftom wart the nomination when tendered b waiian which was witty and he kept antine station are doing tho woik, the
the convention, nnd told his fellow DOWN IN KAKAAKO. ing turned out Its cosmopolitan crowd
a sum equal to fifty per cent of the
the audience In good humoi throughout Impiovement not being a put of the
amount received on premiums on all patriots that ho was jeopaidlzlng his R N. Rod spoke and he was fol- Kumalae, the deserter from the Re- of occupants. One family ot Japs in
unexpired risks and policies, which chances to a half million dollar for- leconstructlon for which oiders are escaping from a second story window
tune by accepting it. lowed by Judge Ilookano S E Da- publican patty, tiled Inst night to awaited from Washington.
amount so reserved Is hereby declared mon spoke about as he did at Holt's bienk up the Ropubllcnn meeting In left behind a eat. In a few minutes thu
to be unearned premiums; and theie MORE NOMINATIONS. place. J. W. Pratt followed and In Knkaako. by denouncing his fainter It Is the Intention of Dr. Cofer to
shall also be teserved all sums due the flames touched tho room. The cat got
The following nominations were filed his speech quoted the following words but was hooted down b provide foi four bundled more OHeiitnlH
company 01 corporation oiv bonds, with Registrar Iluckland jesterdii of Roosevelt: the ciowd, and he then subsided out on a veranda roof nnd aftet staying
In these new quarters, making a total
mortgage', stocks and book accounts, Oahu Geo r. Renton, supeivlor at "We must not upon the motto of all The crowd wanted to know- - whv he accommodation for one thous ind In
until the flames h id all but reached her,
of which no part of the money or In- laige, and A. Hocking for Touith dls-tiic-
for each .and each for all There must turned his coat, but he made no satis Jumped to the ground, a distance or
terest has been paid during the jear be ever present In our minds the factory reply. tho new building bunks nte dispensed
pet Imps fifteen feet, and escaped.
ptecedlng biich estimate of prollts, and Maul A. N. Haselden, W. H King truth that In a icpubllc such The meeting waif held In the open lot with, the quurters being arianged on
upon which suit for foreclosure or col- and Thto T. Mejer, supervisors as ours the only Is to stttnd opposite the Magoon block, under the floors, giving belter ventilation.
The coiner giound llooi tootns of the
lection has not been commenced or West Hawaii Sam K. Pun, clerk. neither for nor against nny man be- dliectlon of tho fifth nnd eighth pre building weie occupied by the CnbM
judgment obtained thereon, which shall cause he Is lich oi because he Is poor, clnct orgahlzeis, with James Quliin In In addition to the quartets for Im-
NAKUINA'S POSITION. Saloon. 'Jbls and the nthor stoics of
have iemained more than two years Moses K Nakulna informs the Ad-v- et because he Is engaged in one occupa- charge, Knlllmal presiding. Sam migrants there Is provision at tho
the building were completely desttocd.
unsitlened, and upon which luteiest User that he Is a candidate for tion or another, becnuc he works with Johnbon was piesent with Company Quarantine Station for a large num-
shall not have been paid.
Section 9. When the capital stock of county cletk of Oahu, not under tho his brains or because he works with his
hands We must treat each man on
r quintette club and this drew the
ber of soldiers. This accommodation
On the opposite coiner spatks caught
In tho toot of tho Aloha saloon build-
nny Insurance company or corporation auspices or In the name of any pnty Is likely to bo of some use. In the
He sav his canvass will ho tint a his worth nnd merits as a man. We Among the sneakers were S E Da ing but this wnh saved and by keeping
organized under the laws of this Ter-ilto- ry
must see that each Is given a square mon, A. Hocking, J. A Oilman, 11. E event of transports stopping at Hono-
bhall be Impaired. It may re- man experienced In. public ofllce ought no more, Murray, R N Ilojil J W Pratt, Isanc
a long tow of tmevHtory buildings on
to be elected to that position for the deal, because he Is entitled to lulu en route fiom Mnnlln to ban Pian-clsc- o.
duce It as provided herein and the par nnd should receive no less. Finally, Sherwood, Joe Kalanl Hniola, LUIkn Riehiuds street wot down they wcio
Hi st tcim of county government.
value of Its bhures to buch an amount we must keep ever In mind that ta re- 1nl, Keohokl, Holl Thornton nnd n uImi hived.
as shall be Justified by Its assets: but POLLING PLACES. public such as ouis cun exist only In number ot eloquent Hawaiian speak It was stated this morning that tlm.
no part of Its assets shall be distribut- Notice Is published In this Issue ot vlttue of the oiderly liberty which ers.
ed to Its stockholders and no reduction the Adveitler, by direction of the comes through the equal domination of The meeting wns an enthusiastic one, CABLE SHIP IRIS buildings burned weie oiwicil by a.
shall be made except upon the voto Governor, of the polling places and the law over all men alike, and tluough nnd lasted until about 11 o'clock. Chinaman nnd built on giound ot
of the stockholder, npproved by at Inspectors of lection for the election ot DUE ON WEDNESDAY which Peter High holds the leaho.
least two-thir- of the lloard of Di- county ofllcers on the third of Jlundicds of Japmese fiom Palamn,
rectors, and certified under the torpor-at- e All of the chnnges In plnces
Including tunny Jnp women, traveled
seal by the secretary, a copy of and persons since the Terrltoilil gen- A cable message was received at tho
which shall be filed with the Insur-
ance Commissioner. The directors, aft-
er such reduction of capital, may re-
eral election may be looked up In each
Instance b all Interested. YOUNG MEN'S R EPIIBLOI naval station yesterdny announcing the
rolling of the cable-shi- Iris fiom IJam-flel- d,
across the city to ieaeh tho hccne or
tho (arly morning fire.
quire tach stockholder to surrender his British Columbia, The Iris was
certificate and in the lieu thereof may FORT STREET WORK here a few months ago en route to llrlt- -
Issue a new certificate for such number jlsh Columbia. Sho Is thu pioperty of the
of shares as he shall be entitled to.
Such company, after Its capital shall
ON RAPID TRANSIT W K British Pacific! Cable Co, nnd will prob-
ably go from here to FIJI.
be so reduced, may Increase Its capital
stock to any amount not exceeding the Manager nallcntno gives notice In Tho Iris Is due here on October "th
amount authorized by Its charter. Dur- nnd does not Intend to come Into tho
ing the time that the paid up capital ot this paper that after 0 p. m , beginning Tho dlstilbutlon of plants at the gov-
such company or corporation remains today, Uerctanla street and Nuuanu harbor. She Is simply to call nt Hono ernment nuisery will not begin until
Tho Young Men's Republican Club down-tow- preferably tho vacant
lulu to get orders regarding her fur-
impaired twent-llv- e per cent or more, nvenue cars will run only to King on will take an nctlve part In tho County 'premises opposite the Young building, next week, probably Monday or Tues-du-
or Is lees than One Hundred Thousand Tort street. campaign, and the endeavor will he iti rtn Tai otn.if nlim n llin 4"lnli ther movements.
Dollars, such company shall cease Is- It Is Intended to start construction made to have ItB Influence felt as much Stables. The Iilshop Estate premlsts, Superintendent Oalnes of tho Com- Secretary Cooper of tho Hoard
suing policies or effecting Insurances. of the Rapid Transit Co's Nuuanu line as In the campaign of Inst ear. A It wns agreed, would be u most desir- mercial Cable Co. said cstcrdny that ot Agriculture stated yesterday, that
Section 10 provides for Increase In on Tort street next Monday moinlng meeting of tho executive committee ot able place, being centrally located, nnd
Tho public can gieatly facilitate the he had received no news recently of although tho plants nro ready for dis
capital stock, on condition that It is the club was held esterday afternoon big rallies could be lunducted In tho
paid In Unted States legal tender. Sec- matter of construction If they will be at the Republican hendquniters, Pres- tent, with plenty of stnndlng room out the Scotia, and knew nothing of the tribution, the blanks to be filled out
good enough to avoid using Port Htreet ident Lorrln Andrews presiding, P. It. side, A committee huh appointed to published report that Mr. Hlbberdlno by those w'ho recelvo the plants are not
tion 11 prohibits anj one from uctlns ns the work
but ns little ns passible whilertallontyne Helm secietnry. procure a tent If possible, nnd also to was to leave for Manila, ready.
agent for any Insurance company with- Is In progiess Munnger
snB that compliance with this sugges-
It was decided that the club should
go Into the campaign at once, nnd aid
Becure the consent of the owners of the
premises to their use until November
M- - They will piobably bo on hand
Monday and then the distribution can
in the Territory until all conditions Immtijrunu in Quarantine.
tion will be grently appreciated. tho County Committee as much as pos- begin.
have bt en complied with. It Is hoped to have the Wnlalae road
sible Chairman Henry of the County President Lorrln Andrews was Tho immigrants In quarantine from Mr. Cooper said ho wnH simply flood
Section 15 provides that: line ready for opening on Satuiday of Committee has nsked that the club to Investigate tho question of tho Nippon Maru will not be released
next week. This line will be known ed with icquests for oiders for plants
If the Insurance Conmilsslo'ncr has make nn active canvass. 'flnnnces.
reason to believe that any Insurance by the name Just mentioned, to avoid The question of a headquarters was The Young Men's Republican Club
beforo Monday or Tuesday. They uru jesterday and tho nursery was nltu
company or corporation organized out- - rivalry between Kolmukl and Palolo, or discussed and It was decided that ow- will possibly tommenco work next faring very well on Quarantine Islnnd, besieged all day by those who wished
any other suburban tracts which ing to the shortness of the campaign, week, and a rousing rally of all the and none of them have made any com- to participate In the advertised dis-
might occasion diverse and confusing precincts will be had.
(Continued on Page 5 ) , nomenclature. a tent might be secured to be erected plaint. tribution.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1903 SEMI-WEEKL- Y.
HAWAII'S HOUSE BIG DAMAGE
MM M t MISUNDERSTANDING
AT ST. LOUIS
suinit E T OVER THE LOAN MATTER
Result of Quarrel Old Native Killed Secretary Carter Cables to Inquire Why the
Between Two by Car Was to Original Plan Had Been Changed Local.
Broad Lanais, Cool Rooms, the Ideal Partners. Blame. Bond Sales Probably Explains.
Hawaiian Residence, Is The Jurj' Impanelled to Investigate
On opening his court jesterday morn-
ing, Judge Gear again called the ca"es the death of Pelapela, the native who Yesterdny brought about tl fresh mis- livery according to the "original plan""
Recommended. of Il.iles, Cnrleton and Watson, the died Monday night at the Queen's
three soldiers to whose Indictment tho hospital from Injuries lecelved In col
understanding between George R. Car-
ter, Secretniy of tile Terrltorj, nnd A
as cited now in his latest mc'lsls,.
This plan was to Issue the bond In;
Attorncv General had entered a nolle llslon with enr No, 21 on Mondny near
-- N Kepolknl, Treasurer, over the Terri- series of 250, 500 and 230 thousand-dolla- r
prosequi Rlchaids nnd Hotel streets, brought In torial loin At least the Treasurer bonds at giadunted Intervals as
Attorney-Gener- Andrews stated t!.o following verdict: cannot understand the Secretnrj' and, therein stnted, no doubt with a Mew to
" ' that he had llled all of the correspond- "That the said Pelnpela came to Ills after pondering over the following saving Intel est on monej that would
em if if tf if if - if h-- " K1 if tf if K t? K"
" " " " " "
ence upon the matter under his control. death at Honolulu on September 2S,
Ho did not consider It Incumbent on 1003, from hemorrhage of the brain,
cablegram nenrlj- - nil daj concluded In
the evening to leave Ml. Carter to ills
be ljing Idle until the Goveinne. t
rbuld use It were the bonds all jii
HAWAII'S PROPOSED FAIR BUILDING. ; him to ask Chief Justice Trcar for let- caused by colliding with a ceitaln own devices for selling the bonds In and delivered at one date.
ters in his possession. Such a request, electilc car of the Honolulu Rapid New York: Mr Cooper, Superintendent of Pub-
theAttoniej-Oencr.i- l submitted, would Tianslt &. Land Comnnnr. to wit. cai "Washington, Sept. 29 lic Woiks, when shown Mr. Cartel's
come with better grace from the court kNo. 21. ' To Kepolknl, Honolulu latest cablegram made a remaik 10
Broad, cool, inviting lanais will lie among the principal Judge Gear stated his understanding "We further find that while no blame "Whj1 change oilglnnl plan contract the effect that there was no ocens on
to bo that Governor Dole mentioned, at attaches In this Instance, to the motor-mn- n for Mr. Cartel's disposing of nil of tin
features of the building proposed for Hawaii at the St. Louis. tho conference with tho three judges, nnd conductor of s lid car No. 23,
sell all now, temioinry receipt, 210
500 Jnnunrj', 230 April, In- bonds In New Yolk since thej" we.--
I position next jear. It is suggested that Ilawans building that nil of the correspondence should that still greater care should Ue terest nccordlnglj ? meeting with such gratlfjlng 11c ept-nn- ce
should be indicative, 111 outward appearances, of the enjovable be filed In court to show why the de- from the emplojes of the Hono- "CARTER." In Honolulu. He stated 10 an
home life to be found 111 almost am part of the group, an fendants had not been returned for trialj- lulu Rapid Transit Company than at Advertiser lepoiter who was present "t
accotdlng to the promise of the mlll-tar-
present Is exacted." Mr. Kepolknl savs that whatever his meeting with the Treasurer that,
advertisement to all the 25,000,000 people who arc expected to olllcers. CHAS. V. CHILLINGWORT1I, change might have been Involved s bj-hi-
following the aggregate offeis of con-
visit the Fair, that the climate of Hawaii is such that upon Referring to tho retention of letters Coroner. cablegram of Mondnj was Intended tractors for $330,000 of bonds In pay-
similar lanais, our people spend a good part of their lives 'lhe by the Chief Justice, he said he did not E R. BIVEN, to confotm with Mr. Cartel's own ill ment on contracts for public woiks, he
see whv fowl should be made of one EDMUND NORRIE, gent message of the same dnj He had that day lecelved an offer fiom a
Hawaii Exposition Committee agreed yesterday that .1
and llesh of another. It wns still his HENRY N. ALMY, declares be will not leplj to yester- mnteiialman to supplj' Government
building, a composite of the tjpical Hawaiian rcsidei.ee of opinion that tho men should have been It. C. SCOTT, day's cablegram from the Secretniy. contractors with nil the material
modern times, with broad lanais, sloping roof and large rooms, produced In court even for the entering T. II. KAHAUAMOKU, As printed in jesterdnj's Advertlsei, to the value of $50,000 and t.ik
of a nolle prosequi. "However, so far Mr. Cartel asked Mr. Kepolkal to ma.l
would more fairlv represent the Islands than a building of more ns this court is concerned," he con-
HENRY W. KINNEY.
to New York his authorization, ap-
the Teirltorlnl flve-p-
cents In paj-me- nt
palatial design, but reflecting nothing of the island life. The cluded, "the Incident is closed." Dr. Wood testified that he had ex- proved bj-- the Governor, for Mr. Car- There Is thus nlieady of
interior also would show home adornment in Honolulu, with its Tlieie wns an Informal conference of amined the bodj- of the native, nnd
ter to sell there, "as a whole 01 In disposed of, to nil Intents and
Hawaiian corner, composed of tapas, fine mats, fans, and other the three judges lathe afternoon, when death was due - to hemorrhage A ofnum- the part, the bond Issue," etc The repl" purposes, right at home This leaves-onl-
trinkets, handiwork of the present day Hawaiian, giving an Judges De Holt nnd Itoblnson both ex- brain caused bj- concussion. of the Treasurer ndvlsed the Secreti'v a 'pait" for Ml. Caitei to sell In
pressed the opinion that ull of the cor- ber uf the small meningeal arteries that a letter of nuthoilzatldn as New Y01 k and that pal t $100,000 less
idea of the piactical use to which the leaves of so many tropical respondence ought to bo filed. Judge were ruptured. His arteries were de- would go forwaid bj next than the amount for which his author-
trees and plants can he put. An arrav of photographs showing Gear, having ended the matter for his generated and therefoie weak. He day's, yesteidaj's, mall "to sell bonds ization has been fonvnrded, to keep
all manner of scenery, residences, business blocks, harbors, p.irt In court, did not have anj thing stated tint the opinion of a number for $750,000." within the limit of one million dollais
further to saj of physicians was to the effect that It would appeal fiom Mr. Carters provided In the "oilglnal plan" to be
w bancs, leci cation grounds, beach amusements the year round, If the deceased had been a jounger cablegram of jesterday that In tn" Issued.
and almost anything that the camera will take, would gic the JURY GOES OUT. man, the blow might not have killed phrase of his previous message, "is a Of course Mi. Cartel cannot be ex-
building an attractive appearance. A'oe all such a building as Mr. McCWnnhan for defendants con- him. whole or In nn.it," he meant the altei-natl- pected to know anj thing nbout tho
cluded his address to the Jury In the The motormnn, Dalton, testified tint "part" not to limit him In con- advance disposal of bonds at home un-
proposed is designed to be the most restful and cosy in appearance Godfrej Row land ejectment case be- his car was not going more than four
-- tracts for sales of the bonds but enlj til some one at this end of the line
of all the state and territory buildings, inviting passcrsby to fore Judge De Holt jesterday morning miles an houi a smart walk. When with reference to the times of theli de sends him the Infoimation.
drop in and get a cup of Kona coffee. 'J he building would be He wns followed by Mi. Fitch for pliin-tiff- s, he brought tho car to a stop It was
Island he.Klquaitcrs, and tons of literature on Hawaii is pro- who delivered an oldtlme forensic resting near Richards street, and had
speech. Among Its striking features gone about thlity feet after It struck HAWAII AND PHILIPPINES
posed to be stored within that it can be used to the best ad- weie a ri citation from Burns and 'he the native. Ho had fliken thiee or
vantage in advertising Grcatei Hawaii. Indication to thejurj", with the aid of a four turns of the biake when the na-
reading glass of alleged doctoring of tive was struck. He had not judged
.J . v"
v1 " w
v" v . . vt . . S v . t
i M vM v eS 0 v J the item ds In the Metcalf family Bible. that when the native had fallen upon
Thejurj retlied to consider theli the fender, It vns necessaij- - to "slug"
COMPARED AS TO TRADE
At a. meeting of the Ilnwalin Impo- prize. lie advocated a $M00 structure vei-dl- ct
to four the car to bring It to an Immediate
It was figured that 21000 000 people thej1 at 2 p In word live minutes stood S stop. He hail turned the current off
sition Committee of the Chnmbei of thej
would go tlnough the fair grounds and to 1, without sijlngtint
Commerce jestotdnj- - afternoon, a de- which wn. nnd when opposite the Hotel stables The
The San Tranclsco Clnonlcle calls piess the national lawmakeis with the
It would be a depot for the distribution would pi oh iblj- bo a long time le idling motoiman
- said he thought the man
cision was leached to erect a building of llterntuie on the Islands a erilli t was going to get on the car. The na- attention to the fact that the Hawaiian impoitance of the eduction of the ex- 1
ijr the Hawaiian exhibits to cost not Up suggested to the Association to One outside opinion was that if the track wasHeabout fourand then did the tive feet fiom Islands which prnctlcallj cost nothing isting tniiff nnd other necesaiy legis-
Jui j agn ed on a verdict for alnlnUffs hesitated not to govern, purchnsed $10 000 000 worth
take the plnce Cartel his recommendel The Republican pntty, with its safe
to exceed $:j,000 thej would piouibly hnng on tho seem to w ish to board the car The of merchandise from the United States, inajoiitj in Congiess would do well to
W G. Iivvln piesldcd, Jns O Spen- He thought the $SO0O could bo
amount of damages for unlawful de- motormnn did not think the mnn want the first eleven months of the fiscal consldei the Importance of the Issues
out of tne 5.10,000 Tlieio were to be tention of the propel tj". ed to get aboard, and he theiefote let
cer being the seuctnij-- . Those present Seal, while the Philippines which In- affecting the Philippines. Tilings may
no junketing tiips, no champ igne sup-pei- s, The Jiuj weie sent out to dinner the car go ahead, and suddenly the volve an expenditme of $100,000,000 ill If t along smoothly while times are
lepilred to the jurj' man took a step foi w aid He applied
weie W. O Smith, A. Gnitlev, S lie knew that Mr Iiwln at
11 C 01 lock and
etc duiing the same peilod took so generally prospeious in the United
M. Svv.mzj, II hid to llguie close on his nppromh-tlo- n loom nftervvaiiN
At a late houi list the brakes with both hands When the $3 ri00,000 of Ametlcan piodue'ts States, but there Is no guaiantee
Rose, i: D. Teniuy, I' night thej made no sign of having eni came to .1 stop, the man was lying The lenson for this is veij- - evident. ngalnst widespread depressions The
Poike J. A Gilmin, D 1' It Isenbeig, Ho felt thnt ,i building sucli as reached in at eeinent. Judge De Bolt alongside it In the sheet Amerie ins nnd Ameilcan capital have, fanners and the gieat Independent
R. W Axlelt, a hack diiver on the
Allan lleibeit, Tilt Henidslee, r. W Ml Caiter suggested was the best hid gone, home and If .1 verdict was Hotel sheet stand, testified to having been pel muted to exploit tne Hawai- class of voteis" aie not studying politi-
Mncfarl me. pollcj. The ofllciils would not peimit opens this would be senled until com t .eeii Dalton on an electilc cai in the
ian Islands. The Aichlpelagn Is under cal questions nt the present time, but
Mi Mncforlane read a letter he had tho cllstilbutlon of llteiatuio In the big foienoon at the time of the necident. the same customs laws as the home they will when times get dull and then
countij-- . The same rights ami s some nnnojing questions will bo ask-
received from George Cnitei Mr. buildings, nnd this could be done In the Tlir. HARBORING CASU He was In his hack, he heard a car
He heaid some of Industiv and commeice npplj'. ed. One of them will be, Whj- - do the
Macfarlnno had pei smiled Mr Caiter Hawaiian building Mr. Macfailnne In the tiinl of Mis. Josephine Chilton going toward Wnlklkl The Philippines, with an aiea twentj"-thie- e people of the United States want to
foi luu holing Maggie Place, an alleged one saj on the cai, "Hej ' Hej '" He
to go to St Louis and go oei the slid he hail secured Mi. Thompson of stolen child, the defense was on jester-d-i- s looked out and saw an old mnn Just times as luge ns the'IIawallan hold onto the Philippine islands, if it
grounds as this would lesult in lellable the UMiop Museum to make models of Islands, with a moie productive soil Is necessary to expend $100,000 000 a
weie the ciosslng the sheet He did not no-
' itiToimntlon Mt Caiter stated that Hawaiian fishes Jaied Smith Is to usualbefore Judge Geai Tlieie over Inteimlttent contest evi-du- tice what the motoiman was doing and a compaiatlvelj- - laige acieago sus j ear to do so while the archipelago
ceptible of cultivation, have been nnd does not puichasp Ameilcan pioduets
without a building the exhibit would put up the fiult for Hawaii, as well is between the attornevs, which The gong was being sounded. Then lie nie tienteel as a foielgn countiy. The, or benefit nnj-- American outside dC
something strike Then he saw
)iae to be divided A building could foi the United States His woik U Kro.it! v piolonged the piocecdlngs, and heaid roll off tin- - fender, and he
the tilal continues this morning. a man tieatment with refeience to ti ido has those holding olllce under the Insular
be had for $1000 Mr Carter's recom- well done A lelief map of Pearl II111-b-
thought his coat was caught In the fen- been such ns would not have Inspired government7
was to be mule Ml Rosenstcln DAMAGES TOR REPUTATION. der nnd he was diagged undei the the friendship of even a foreign coun- - The fnrmeis of Indiana nnd Illinois
mendations weie as follows tij In addition to the superloilty oft maj- - be pleased foi a few jeais to lis-
"Plrst of all It will be best foi jou has looked It over. He has a complete Judge Robinson jesteidaj afternoon fender The old man seemed to come
a nntuial wav He got so the soil of the broad valleys of these ten to the "benevolent assimilation
1 nrrange for a special sugar exhibit survey of the while of ivul H.uboi, begin healing the tilal of the piosecu-tio- n nervousIn that he suit for nlong Islands over that of Hawaii, are the Idea, but for Its own sweet sake, this
$10,000 damages for malicious inn awaj- - from his just claims of untold mineral nnd for-
In Agikultuial hall, and a gencial ex- nnd will put In the bui'dlngs, foitlhci-- t of J C Axtellvs H 12 Hendrlck. hack to the Inside of the stable. The sentiment mny not suivlve a decade.
hibit of ail other mntteis peitalnlng ions and dry dock, ns vvll ns a fi,000 C C Bitting nppi .11 ed foi the plaintiff, car was going at the usual speed cais est wenlth The nrea of the Hawnlian The piesent attitude of Congiess is
foi tho defendant go on Hotel stieet. Ho knew the man Kioup Is but little more than 000
not onlj- - poor business but the
to agriculture and lioitlctiltme in tlie ton battleship l'h lattoi would look and Thomas Pitch "lunio miles Under a sensible nnd kind of politics The substantial
same building, and an educational ex- like a pin head IliU would eot nbout 'J ho cause of notion aiose In thethe In- airest was deaf. n,st 'viem o laws statutes that will lnteiests of the nilplnos demand that
and piosecutlon of Axtell, nt Mr. Ballentyne quizzed the witness
hibit In tint building in oidet that It 100. T Tlieie was also ptopjsed anio- stitute of Hendrick, on the ehaige of Ho was asked whether, while leading pennlt the development of these Isl- the nichlpelago be exploited. Let cap-
in.i compete, and an ethnological ex- nic map of a complete sugi.' plan'n-tio- embezzling $G00 of pirtneishlp funds. tho morning papei ns he had stated, he
n. ands nnd furnish a mniket for their ital come to the Islands that will help
Ajlett leplled pioduets eveiy C 000 miles of teirltorj-o- f nlong with the bin den of taxation
hibit undei the division of antluopolo-g- j Axtell wns acquitted in the Honolulu hid seen tho enr st.ut this nichlpelago will lequlro an The Ameilcan population of these Is-
In tho nlllimatlve He said he diopped
In addition to this a building Mr. Iiwin said a decision must be Distiiet Comt. the names of thePollowlng nre Jurj-tivln- g his paper when he heard the gong. amount of Ameilcan pioduets, equal lands Is pinctlcallj' exempt from taxa-
bunched In with the othei States nnd leached as to what should be done to thnt now put chased bv Hawaii. tion nt the piesent time, from the lea-s- on
Louis II Miranda, Ho did not see tho motnrman slow It is difficult to understand how the thnt they are In the emploj- - of the
Territories mar the second entinnce, If theio was to be no bui.dlng then Rliliaid N. Mossman, George V, Mncj', down. It was onlj his opinion tint pic-en- t tieatment of these Islands can government.
modeled nftei an Ideal Hawaiian home, tlieie might just as well be :u exhibit S Mahelona, Charles Wniien, Thomas the motorman mnv not have slowed continue much longei. Ceitnlnly evi- The trentment of the Philippines, so-fa-
nnd furnished accordingly 'I his would It was one thing 01 anolhei Hun in William T Schmidt, Percy M. down, but he did not know of his own
dence of the most convincing chainc-te- i bv Congress has not been to the
W. O Smith sild It would be 1 pity Pond, C. S. Hollow nj', Edwaul Hanapl, knowledge. has been submitted to Congress advnntnge of Amei leans or nilplnos;
give a hendquartciN foi Hawaii, n place if the pioposlttun wns diopped A East Kahulualll and William Ringer. Mr. Ballentjne then nsked Ajlett
No occasion has been neglected to im- - elthei Mnnlla Times. .
for dlstilbutlng llteiaturo and directing building 11s suggested would meet man Tlieie was some del ij In Diittlng on questions on a- conversation held bj-t-l
vlsitois to the exhibits In the l.uger of the lequiieint nts Tlieie woull be evIdniLO after the plalntlft s case wns em jesteidaj- moinlng while cms
$21,000 left Other expenses wou'd opened and the trial was continued un- were passing liy, comparing the speed
''"'' "" ll.. . ..
'.Mr i W. Unjloi, In charge of thei J2S0 lcft flom tl)e ,,i,lnteiV subscilp- -
....,MM .. n,,l,. til this morning. of cms Some of these cais Mr. Aj-
lett had said were tunning nt the same
Agrlculturnl building, pioposca to make Ulon to the Osaka exhibition. The c.x- - BREACH Or LEASE. speed ns the one which had shuck the
spei lal exhibits of certain
puch as cotton, wheat, suga., etc. and
products, hlblts In big buildings would bo swnl- -
Return of summons has been made native,
Unmm'" In the suit of J. Pieltas against David John Blight the conductor, testified
exhibits fiom otliei countiles. Kawimnnkoa nnd Jonah K Kalanl nt the time of the accident he wns five
if Hawaii ngiees to Join, submit oui ,
Alclltoct Ueaidslco said a building iiniolt, claiming $3000 damages for ' leel
suggestions to htm and he will decide should be the most restful place lij the bienUiiK a lease of land at Holualoa, IWion he saw the native (list, the latter
horn mo lear end or tne cnt. LUNCH TOGETHER
ns to whether they nie more vvoithy grounds, where people could sit on Noith Kona Plaintiff alleges that do- - as near the front of the car which
a pol cocktail on1'"'18 Boll,B nt lts "--
of spice than that offeied (torn I.ouls- - broadsuggestionand enjoy Cnitei met his fondants leased the premises to him an- - T1 '"'
The of Mr October il, IS93, for 25 je.irs at an wns struck a short distance
lana or beet sugar producers. own Ideas exactly He believed that nu il rental of $J00, the teun to begin on "ejoml the Wnlklkl gate of tho Havvnt--
"Ah a Becond proposition, which it such a building could bo erected for u 2, 100.!. that on the date of loaso '' ote1' nml when the car stopped the
ou were on the ground, I think you $5000. Ho would be willing to submit he paid defendants $M on account of re- - eml
He thought tnpi lent for tho first six months, that de- -
f Wohaids street.
resting on the east side
Ho testified that ; (SPECIAL OABLEOHAU TO THE ADVERTISER.)
would not feel thnt It wns so good, Is plans b Monday w us lifted to the sidewalk nml
cloths could be used in lining tho In- 10, 1S93, J"p man
to have n building down near the Alas- terior. A huge luinl was a good feat- fondants theretofoie. on July L. Coer- - 'eft in ehaige of the Peutugueso track- -
lease a tho same premises to J. ,
I WASHINGTON, Sept. 29. erri
ka building, In which to concentrate ure", with an exhibition 100m on the IliP Tnr 41 nnr . f -I mil Mnv , 1Q(V nt nil lliail. .vv.
retary George Carter of Hawaii
jour entire exhibit. This can be done, main lloor, with plenty of photogiaphs annual lontnl of $100, and that plalu- -
plnce In gen tllf on May 2, 1902, tendeicd to defen.1
Knhallwal, a native testified tint he ll lunched
if jou so decide by communicating with nil mound, ferns, etc. 11
wns on the cm. Tho old man came out
which would catch the public eve nilee $100. balance of lent fop first six of the hotel piemles nnd went townid
Chas M Reeves, who is secretary of eral O Smith presented tho following
.months, but thnt the money was refus the car. He looked up but did not
;I with President Roosevelt today and had a
the committee on terrltoilnl exhibits. resolution:
This Is ngnlnst the iule, but an excep-
ed and defendants did not nllovv plain-
"Resolved, that the plan proposed for tiff to enter upon the land 01 take pos-se-
stop. The motoiman was ringing the
bell, but the nntlve kept on nnd then
jl satisfactory discussion of Hawaiian af- -:
tion will be made as has been done with nn Hawaiian exhibit nt St toLouis, not be m thereof, came the collision. The motormnn
Alaska Hut this means to forfeit nil can led out with a building
to exceed $5000, and other expenses be
c m. nun a s estate. wns putting on his binkes then
man was twelve feet nwny from
The fairs. ERNEST G. WALKER.
rights to compete for low aids and kept within the $25,000 iemalnlng(from Mrs Mabel E. Kelsey Rugg petitions old tiaek when he looked up. the
prizes Tills would not suit the Board the nppiopilatlon " for letters of ndmlnlstiatloii on the es- Manigqr Hallentjne was called. He
of Kducatlon as the have a good Mr Svvnnzv said that an exhibit tate of her late husband, Chester Mer- said If the car was running live miles
rhnnce for a high lewnrd, nnd they economically.
ought to bo made, but It must be done rill Rugg, to be Issued to George 12. nn hour It was tunning about live feet
Uugg, brother of the deceased. The At that rate a. car should
LONGSHOREMAN'S RAPID TRANSIT
ought to go In the educational building a second
Mr Smith snld he hoped nothing consist, of $1000 cash and $2000 In- be stopped la a enr length and a half.
anyway. much would be done to exhibit nnclent surance, nnd the heirs at law besides Win Knott wns motorman on a car
UNION PAU ANNOUNCES PLANS
'Now, thnt I have been on the things, but most be devoted to pro- herself known to petitioner are tho waiting on tho drill shed switch for
sroUnds, I think jou will ngreo that wo gressive and modern Hawaii mother, the brother and two sisters of Dalton's car. Ho heaid Dnlton's gong,
Mr. Swanzy did not nppiove of n the deceased. nml looking down saw n man come out The Longshoremen's Union, nn or- The Rapid Transit Company jester-da- y
weie entlrelj In the wrong in Honolulu, building covued with leaves, ns he did moinlng formally notified the Su-
and thnt our best plan Is 'no building, not believe Hnwoll could be classed as BAD r.UTH ALLEGED. of tho hotel gate and walk In the di- ganization of which Jack MunsneUl Is
rection of the tiack. He snvv the na- president, will take steps shortly to perintendent of Public Works that It
no exhibit,' for In every caSo tho build- - being M, tho "coconntit leaf .. stnge.1 I.A
. Tred H.urlson, by his attorney, Cecil tive stop and he expected to see the
l..l..... had acquired the rights and privileges
linr is the inuih that iiiciiiuies tne com-- , "r' il'''nl "'" 'u
""" ,rc"m,l"r Brown, answers ns one of the defend-
JWKK) vmi)a hg Mattm(!t ns tl)e CK. ants In the suit of Chang Kim et al. vs car
stop Dalton was working on the
brakes nnd It was his Impression the
disband, A meeting has been called
for Wednesday evening, October 7 at of the Hawalan Trnmwnjs Companj',
munlty nnd will bo of tho greatest Mature nppropilnted $30,000 for an Chung Hook Chong et nl Among oth- mnn wanted to board It, Suddenly he 7:30 o'clock over the Onhu snloon on nnd that it Intended to Immediately
hlblt, and said nothing nbout a build- - er things he alleges, on Information nnd
stnrted to cross the track nnd almost President Mnnsfleld change the Fort and Nuuanu street
Mr. Macfarlane said tho Idea was to ''g, Mr. Spencer snld Mr. Cooper had belief, that the plaintiff Is not the instantly he was on the fender. The
lines from animal to an electric power
put the educational exhibit into h,,,'' " "" unde.stood that the car was brought to n stop, ns ho
thought, nbout across Richards street.
hopes for a large attendance of mem-
building to compete for tho (Continued on Pukc C) (Continued on page 3.)
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1903 SEMI-WEEKL-
big wmM TBimjcONTINUOUS M MURDER IT
(Continued from Pace 1)
IS owner In good faith of the mortgage
FIGHTING ON FORPLANTS
nnil mortgage noies in question, iiui
Is holding them nnd acting for and In
behalf of Wong You Keo Co , one of
the defendants, nnd that the action Is
brought In the Interests of the last
Mrs. Rowland Is mentioned defendant. Further ho
states that ho Is the lessee of Wing
Chong Sing & Co., one of the defend-
Free Distribution Japanese Kills Woman
ants, of certain lands nt Pnlolo forming Who Deserted
Winner in Suit part of the mortgaged property, nifd Will Begin
that under nn agreement between him
nnd other defendants' he has the right
The Turks Destroy a Town and Him.
for Land. to take grnss upon the premises for
one year from August 13, 1903, More- Today.
over, he alleges that Wing Chong Sing
Co. nnd Wong You Kee Co. are co-
Massacre Its Christian Another Japanese murder, followed
partners In the business can led on at by nn attempt on the part of tho mur
After midnight on Tuesday the Jury
In the Godfrey-Rowlan- d ejectment ense
Pnlolo and Joint owners of the prop-
erty set forth In the mortgage, and Population. The government will ery probably derer to take his own life, wns reported
discontinue entirely the giving nwny of estenhy from l'unaluu, In tho Koo-laul-
were allowed to go Into sleeping quar- that the plaintiff was nt the time of district. n former hus-
the taking over of the mortgage and plants and palms, gratuitously, on the
ters at the Hawaiian hotel. At the notes fully acquainted of that fact. first of the year. At the meeting of tho band or lover of a Japanese woman,
opening of the court yesterday morn- Mr. Harrison prays to be dismissed named Suml, stabbed her to death with
from the case. (ASSOCIATED PRESS OABLEURAMB.) Hoard of Agrlcultuie jcstoriluy It was a long Japanese knife,
ing they appeared to report that they nnd then fried
SPRECKELS WANTS COSTS. SOFIA, Sept. 30. Continuous fighting is going on on the Turkish decided to lenevv the flee distribution to take his own life. He Is reported In
were unable to agree.
Claus Spreckels by his attorneys, frontier. The Tuik have destroyed Razlog and massacred the Chris- of plants nt tho gin eminent nuisery, n critical condition and Is not exiiected
Mr. McClnnahan offered to renew his Kinney & McClnnnhnn nnd Hatch & tian population. but, It tho result for tho uet threo to live through the night.
Ballou, has filed objections to discon Hundreds of fugitives have anived hero. The Turks
motion for a directed verdict for the Accoidlng to the repoit telephoned
tinuance of the ejectment suit against arc living in disorder from Kutchevo. months Is the same as It has been, dur-
defendant. Mr. Wilder objected that him by Emma CInudlna Spreckels CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 30 Omar Pasha has hecn chosen over from the other side of tho Island,
ing tho past year and mote, the gov-
It was too late after the case had gone Watson on the ground that the plaintiff commander-in-chie- f of the forces in Eutopean Turkey. Suml had deseited her former husband,
hns not paid or tendered the costs In- ODESSA, Sept. 30. It is stated that the powers will notify the ernment will veiy likely make a chut go and wns living with another Japanese,
Into the Jury's hands. The court re- curred by the defendnnt In said cause.
The objection Is bnsed on the iecord Porte that an exclusively Chtistian Commission must carry oiit the for everything which has previously name Murasakl. Shortly after seven
fused to entertain the motion.
and on the nllldavlt of 12. li. McClnn- reforms in Macedonia. been given nwny nt the nursery, or el"e o'clock yesterday morning while Mu-lasa- kl
Judge De Bolt, In sending the Jury nhnn, the latter saying among other o wns working In the rice field
things: stop the practice entliely. The decision
out again, delivered nn address of ad- WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 The President has informed the lahor nenr his hume, Osunil went to tho housa
"That the defendant In said cause Is duo to a report that palms In some
vice to them. He stated that the pur- has actually and leasonably disbursed leaders that his decision to protect the n printer, Miller, whom
and attacked the woman. He Is bellev-f- d
large sums of money In the prepnintlon Instances nro taken nwny by the bun- to lime stabbed her, while she was
pose of the law was to end litigation. he had reinstated after the man had hcen dismissed at the request of
of the defence In this cause; that the dled and a. few months later, when In the bouse, but death was not In
While exactness In deciding between actual amount of such disbursements the Typographical Union, is final.
man and man was desirable, It was Is nt present unknown to the nlllnnt o they have nttnlned a little growth, uie stantaneous, and she mannged to get
practically Impossible in human affairs or any of the attoines for defendant sold for fifty cents apiece. out Into the rice field, where she was
to be absolutely exact. Every man In the Terrftory ..f Hawaii for the rea- WASHINGTON, Sept. 30. Postmaster General Payne has in- found dead a half hour later. Two
son that such expenditures weie In- formed the President that the tcport on the postal investigation will Secretaiy Cooper reported to the
was entitled to his own opinion, but at wounds were Inflicted upon the woman,
clined In the Stnte of California nnd be ready in October. board that he was leady to icsumo the one back of tho ear, penetiatlng tho
the same time ought to give due weight elsewhere under direction of the asso-
tj the opinions of others. The Judge ciate counel residing in San Francis- o fiee distribution of plants at the nur- bruin, and the other under the left
gave an Instance of his own recent ex- co; that nfllnnt can obtain the amount LONDON, Sept. 30. Pteinier Balfour and Lord Milner arc in sery, the fumigation house lining been shoulder, penetiatlng clear to the heart.
perience, where, feeling sure of his nnd Items of such expenditures only conference over the personnel of the new ministry. A long knife was used by the mur-d-
made ready for use. He said that he
In due courf- - of mnil, and that neither
ground, he wrote an opinion but after plaintiff In said cause nor attorneys o er.
had piepaied blanks leiiulilng each ap
further hearing and the perusal of have ever paid or tendeied to the de- ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 30. As a result of an Anti-Jewi- sh
plicant for plants, to piomlso to make Tho inurdcicr used tho wenpon
briefs prepared a contrary opinion. fendant or his attoinejs any of the riot, Gomel has been placed under martial law. In an attempt to tuku his own life. Ho
attorneys' fees allowed by statute." a report upon the uses to which they
Finally, he said a Juror was not ex- o across windpipe and also
nie put, and to furnish other data for slushed hlui'clf Ids the side, penetrating
pected to sui render his fixed opinion THE RICE DEPRESSION. stubbed In
for the sake of a erdlct. Mary E. Foster has bi ought a bill to CLEVELAND, O., Sept. 30. A car earning Mark Ilanna was tho use of the Hoard. the left lung. The man was found In
foieclose mortgage ngalnt the Tnl Lee derailed here today but no one was injured. Mr. Dole inquired why the plants the house by the police, and ns he was
At their lequest the Jury were al- should be given nwny without charge, so near to death, wns left there, al-
lowed to take :ecreat!on In nn electric Wni Co, lice planters, nnd others for o
a debt of $3000 on a piomlsory note PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 30. A fast train on the Philadelphia, ind questioned tho wisdom of doing though under guaid of an officer. A
car ride to nnd fiom Walklkl. On and advances with Interest In each Japanese named Noda Hist discovered
this. J. F. Brown staled that It was the woman In tho rice field ut 7:30
their letuin they took to deliberation case. Wilmington & Baltimore Railway today dashed into a party of people
again and, with only respite for lunch, Loo Wo, answciing the complaint of waiting for the train at Shaion Hill Station, a few miles South of this his opinion that things obtained gintls o'clock. Accoidlng to the story told.
Knplolanl Eitnte, Ltd., against the citv, and killed four people. A large were not ns well cued for as those for Suml foiiucilv lived with Osuinl, nnd
stuck o It nil day. Different times number were injured.
pat tners in Hlng Yip & Co, declnres
CHICAGO, Sept. 30. A Wisconsin Central train collided with which something had been paid. Ml. inn nwnv with Muiu'akl.
they sent out for special Instructions, Jealousy and leporled
which Judge De Bolt gave as well as
ho sold his Intei est u the flim to Chin
Hlng on Am II 7, 1802, the bill of sale an electric car which was filled with people returning fiom the races Caller said that the illstilbullon seem- to lie ('sponsible lovenge are
for the murder and
being on record. ed to be doing some good, and he ques- nttempted suicide. The last Informa
an extract from his chnrge w hlch he and five were killed and twentv-fiv- e injured.
dliected Stenographer Horner to tian VARIOUS PLEADINGS. o tioned the wisdom of making a change. tion obtained fiom the police at Kaha-111- 1
Mr. Dole said that tho government was last night was Dial the muideicr
scilbe In tjpewrltlng. Plaintiff at consldeiahle expense in piop.igatlng was still alive, although his death Is
in the suit of W. W. SOFIA, Bulgaria, Sept. 30. The Tutkish authorities arc publish-
Judge De Bolt had determined to keep & Co , Ltd., s Jonah Kuhio ing throughout Macedonia a pioclamation giving all insurgents an momentarily expected.
the Jury ut another night falling a Kalanlannole, by Its attorney, Thaer the plants, and lie saw no le.ison why
verdict About C o'clock, howeer, & Hemenw-ay- , has filed n motion to opportunity to lay down their aims and return to their homes. If the they should be given away pioinlscom-ly- .
they returned a verdict for the de-
dismiss the appeal of defendant on the invitation is not accepted now the Turks announce that all insurgents
ground that no - --
cal lies to the Cir-
captured will be severely dealt with. President Thuiston said ho also had
fendant. Counsel for plaintiff noted cuit Couit fiom Judgment of a Dis-
oxcoptlons nnd gave notice of motion trict Magistrate lendeied on default. doubts as to the wisdom of giving BEACH MYSTERY
for a new trial. Libana de Nobrega bv her nttornejs, away plants. As Minister of tho In-
Another case In which the title to
Lorrln Andrews nnd Tiank Andrade, CHINESE LAWYER BADLY DONE UP. tel lor, he had to contend with tho
has filed nn answer denying eery al- What may prove to be another mur
proiieity left by the late Frank Met-ca- lf legation In the complaint of Geoige A. gilevances of nuisery men, who said der may develop as the result of tho
is lnoled Is pending in the Su- Davis for payment of attorney's fee that they had been driven out of busi-
preme Court, being that of Frank God- of J1000 In her divorce case. Ng Mon Wnr, a Chinese practitioner "Yesterdiy nfternoon three men of ness by the piuctlco of giving away finding of a body of a Japanese woman
Lawrence H. Dee by his nttorneys. In the lower courts well known for his the YIng Yee Tong met Ng Mon War on tile bench In front of Governor
frey, trustee for Thomas Metcalf, nnd fieo of chnige, the plants from which Dole's Walklkl place yesterday morn-
Smith & Lewis, has enteied a demurier long service as clerk with the late Paul at the corner of Hotel and Mnunnkea
Thomas Metcnlf himself against John to the complaint of WIlmerdlng-Loew- e streets. They were
Neumann, Is In the Chinese hospital knuckles, with which armedattacked Ng with brass they made their living. He had been ing. Dr. Cooper, who Is staying nt
Kldwcll, oer property in Manoa val- Co. they told nl'o that It was an Injustice to tho beach home, struck against the
ley. Pacific Hnidware Co., Ltd, is. C. II. with a smashed nose from assault. Mon War. His nose was smashed.
tho iiui sot mon to give away palms body when ho plungeU Into tho water
Biowu, et al., has been discontinued. The victim ran Into trouble yesterday Yes, the bone was bioken.
CHILD HARBORING CASE. afternoon when he encountered three "Lau Chow, one of the assailants, ami ferns. Ho told of the efforts of yesterdny for his usual morning bath.
Mrs. Josephine Chilton was on the COUNTY CAMPAIGN n.
was arrested. The two others escaped Senator Baldwin on Maul In assisting
Ah On, the Chi- to n camp on Honolulu plantation.
I'ho body was removed to the city
and an examination showed thnt death
witness stand In her own behalf a nese specinl policeman, gave the fol They can be identified. Lau Pui Is the In the reforestation of that Island. Mr. wns due to hemorrhage of tho bialn.
gieat part of yesterday before Judge lowing statement of the matter to an name of one, but I cannot remember Hildwln annually planted thousands of Two slight wounds uie noticeable upon
Gear, in her tilal for harboilrtg Maggie Advertiser reporter last night; the name of the other liees, stinted In his nuiseiy. Recently tile foiehend, which may have been
'The trouble began two months aco Chew said after ho was ni test- he had found out how much it cost tit caused by some blunt instrument, or by
The Oahu Republican County Com- In the disturbance that took place at a ed "Lau Ng Mon War owed him money.
Place while under nbduction by her
on, Harry Chilton. She told of hav- mittee, nt Its meeting yesterday, ar- that piopagate the joung tiecs, and now n fall on the rocks. The lungs were
meeting of See Yup Society. On Ng Mon War Is a See Yup man." full of water Indicating that llfn was
ing uiged the girl from day to day to ranged for public meetings for some that occasionthe Interference of 0111- -
the At the Police Station last night an- l hinged any one who wanted tho not extinct vvlion the woman flist en-
return home, but Maggie was ready time In ndnnce, to bo announced In cer W. VIda and 1115 self prevented mur-'d- other man was bracketed on the regis- young plants thtee cents apiece, the tered the wafer.
with excuses nfter the feet times had their order as they approach. It also fiom being committed. ter with Lau Chew for the assault. actual cost price. Mr. Thuistiiu sug- Nomina, n Japanese who formeily
passed for not hoping her promises to elected the following gested the adoption of such a com so hi lived with the woman, was arrested
so away. Theie was the same old bat- for the campaign: the government nursery. Mr. Cooper last night, nnd Is held for Investigation. y
Her husband, Tntinka, missed her Tucs-Idu-
tle throughout the proceedings oer the Auxiliary J. A. Gllman, A. L. C. At- said he believed that the free dlstiibu-tlo- u night, ami with thiee Japanese
admission of evidence.
be resumed this morning.
The trial w 111
kinson, II. C. VIda, F. W. Macfarlane, BASEBALL TRUSTEES REPORT should be continued. It was started t Huaich for her but without
taken moie with the Idea of lieautl-fjln- g result. Nomura, when urrested last
Lonin Andiews and Clarence L.
the Islands than anything else. night, did not seem to be much wor-
Sidney M. Ballou has brought an In-
Flnnnce J. A. Gllman, A. L. C. At-
HAVING HAD A GOOD YEAR Besides It was Impossible to obtain ried
over the matter. Hot was a former
husband, or lover, but the woman left
junction against the Mutual Telephone kinson and C. L. Crabbe. from tho nurseiymen, diffeient vari him some months ngn. She Is said to
Co. to compel It to render adequate ClCOOCOCOCXDCOOOOOOCOCOCOOO eties of plants such as could be had at have been less than twenty jears of
service to petitioner, and to refrain to the effect that on July 2, lSSj, J. P. Grounds May Be Converted Into a Gridiron if suggested, thnt It nursery.question Carter
from interfering with the telephonic 'Klna aml ,wte conveyed to Rosa a
connectl"' betw "en the respondents piece of lnnd at Kaliht containing 2.78 whether It was a business in which pil- - to granting tho request, saying that a
system nnd the petitioner's house. Football Men Want to Use Them. vate Individuals should be. In Hawaii. man who attempted to leforest his
'acre'. As mentioned in the deed, the
Mr. Ballou wanted a desk telephone property Is subject to a mortgage for D. L Van Dine of the United States place, should do his own propagating.
Installed for the use of his wife, who i$G0O to
the estate of J. G. Hayselden
The Financial Statement. Experiment Station said he knew of no Mr. Thuiston said that there were 10,000
being In poor health, desired a tele- dated July 11, 1SS4. It Is further learn- other state that gave plants away ns plants ut the nursery and they had to
phone within reach of her bed. The is done here. The United Stntes used bo given away and these were the sort
ed that Poepoe, wife of Klna, is In
company refused and Mr. Dallou had a possession of this property, The trustees of the Baseball League proceeds to go for the benefit of the all the trees and plnnts It raised, In of requests he thought should have tho
3esk telephone Installed from another holding
it adversely to the claims of the met yesterday In the olllce of L. A.
Free Kindergarten. The proposition government parks. first consideration. The request was
source nnd connected with the respond- Mr Thurston said that he hnd talk- granted.
The company without estate of Antone Rosa. This discovery Thurston to hear the final report on the was agreed to on tho basis of thirty Mr. Cooper brought up tho matter
ent's wires. per cent of the gross receipts for tho ed with Mr. Glflard in legnrd to the
leave cut out the telephone by severing of property' tiling
was made by the commis- baseball season. There were prcem:
trustees, tho remainder to go to the piactlce la England, and had been told of an assistant for C. J. Austin, who
his preliminary re- President Isenbeig, H, M. Whitney, Jr.,
Its wires. Later the company put In sioner nfter
port. clubs. Tho trustees am to pay all of that tho British government bought all has been transfened to the entomology
si desk telephone of a type that peti- PAPERS TILED. C. F. Chllllngworth and L. A. Thurs- the ground expenses. the plants It used from private nursery- division under Mr. Peiklus, saying that
tioner says is clumsy, nnd made a DriDnnmlonf In Mi nn an rt T T.Mtvi ton. .11 Tho question of whether or not foot- men. Ho rather favored Mr. Dole's It would then bo possible for Mr. Aus-
charge therefor of $5 a month which Woom VB nenreUa Flshel Is given Mr. Whitney, as treasurer, presented ball clubs .desired the use of tho Idea of chaiglng sulllelent for tho tin to continue In charge of tho nur-He- iy
Mr. Dallou contends Is exorbitant. 'twenty dnys more to plead, answer or tho financial report for the year. Tho grounds wns brought up, and conflict- plants to pay the nt'tual experise of nnd of the plant distribution. An
It Ib alleged In the petition that the demur to petition. total gate receipts. Including tho sale ing statements were made. One was prop igntlou, Tho general taxpayer usslstniit wns voted at fifty dollars per
Mutual Telephone Co., threatens to dis- John Ena by his attorneys, Robertson month.
connect the petitioner from Its service. against hns discontinued his suit of refreshment and ndvoi Using prlvl- - to tho effect that the football men should not bo called upon to pay for
Honolulu Investment Co. It leges, amounted to J7.43S.20. In addl-- 1 wished to get the use of tho grounds, the beuutlfjlng of one man's ground!1. Mr. Cooper nlso submitted his plans
Hence his recourse to the Injunction was a claim for $133 on account of tlon to this the trustees borrowed
from and a contrary statement was inado Mr Austin, who is in charge of the for the remodeling of tho building ut
piocess. breach of covenant to pay rent and Bishop &. Co. the sum of $0,000, which that tho grounds were too dirty und nuiseiy, had told him of some people the nursery, vvhlrh were nppioved and
THE ROSA ESTATE. taxes on premises at Iwiki. stony for uso as a football field. A who got young palms, kept them bids will bo asked Immediately. The
Albert names by his attorney, W. made tho total amount received
Ella A. C. Long, commissioner to ad Austin Whiting, moves to set for a day The cash expenditures for tho committee composed of Messrs. Chll- awhile, und then sold them for fifty building will contain general olllces,
measure dower of Helen N. Rosa, de- - certain the hearing of his, equity uuit year amounted to $13,129.93. This In- llngworth and Whitney was appointed cents apiece. Tho discussion became meeting 100111 und library, offices for
ceaseu, nas renuereu ms nnai report. ngnlnst Charles R. Collins, cludes $900 paid to tho League teams, to meet the football men and nscertaln gcueiul, tho opinion being that the fieo the entomologists mid the guidener,
He finds thnt the dower Interest of the INSURANCE APPEAL. us twenty-fiv- e per cent of tho gross their views regarding tho uso of tho distribution of plants had not been al- - packing rooms, vvoik room, servants'
widow named nt the date of her hus- Defendant's motion for a now trial In receipts, nnd $9C0 jet to bo paid to grounds. The trustees nro willing to tognthcr a success In the past. It was quuilers, etc. There will be another
band's death was $3301. SI, this relating the suit of Kwong Lee Yuen & Co. vs. them. lay out the grounds and do tho ncces-tar- y decided finally to begin tho free ills- - detachid building for fumigating, etc.
to tho real estate. As, under the law, Manchester Flro Assurance Co. was de- Tho total cost of tho grounds, grand filling, If the association desires tilbutiun ugulii, anil by tho mil of 11 The cost of lemodellng tho old build-lu- g
the widow la not entitled to dower n was noted.nied by Judge De Holt. An exception will be $2300 und of the new build-
Hatch & Dallou for plain- stand, bleachers, waterplpe, etc., was a football field, Tho committee was jear a teport upon Out woikliiKS of tho
the personal property until the debts tiff, Robertson & Wilder for defendant. approximately $9,300 of which the trus. ulso authorized to negotiate terms for sjsleiii would show whether It was best ing $1G00.
of tho estate have been paid, no esti- tees have paid $3300, leaving a net debt the uso of tho grounds on a percentngo to lontluue. Mr. Cooper wns lustiuctcd
mate was made of tho dower in (1517.40 Col. Fitch's next nrtlclo In tho Sun-
THE REST TREATMENT that enn of about $0,000, with a balance of $100 basis. Tho turfing of the grounds with to keep a close watch upon the applica- day Advertiser will bo 0110 of the most
of personalty because there was no ap- be given cuts, bruises, sprains, scalds cash on hand. manlenle grabs was decided upon, tions, Mr. Austin being left with entertaining of tho seiles. These arti
parent prospect of such payment of nr like Injuries Is a free application of An application was made through C. whether the football plajers use it or us to tho distribution. cles aro getting goneinl praise for
debts. Chamberlains Pain Halm. It allays F. Chllllngworth for the uso of tho not. Mr. Cooper presented a wimple their anecdotal brilliancy and have
The commissioner submits for the the pain almost Instantly nnd should grounds local oppetlto for tho
fiom Wulter Mellryde for six whetted chupteis on Hawaii. Tomor-
fllwnjs be kept on hand. For sale by next Saturduy for an exhibi- The chairman was Instructed to ad-
court's consideration Information from nil dealers and druggists, Benson, tion gnmo between tho Kamehumeha vertise for all bills to bo presented Im- dozen eucalyptus trees and other row's story Is culled "Trust Botuyers
the executor of the will of Antone Rosa, Smith & Co, Ltd., agents for Hawaii. and Honolulu Athletic Club, the net mediately to tho trustees. Plants. Mr. Curter was rather opposed and Cannibals."
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1903 SEMI-WEEKL- Y.
POINTERS FOR LABOR UNIONS. THE GOVERNMENT NURSERY. IAWSL JKCVIIItS.
TO DEVELOP FRUIT INDUSTRY.
fiawa'tiaHfiazctte. Some tlmo ago a traveller,
through here, said that Hawaii would
of Snmucl J.
-- " irT
Parks, walking dele-- 1 '? The Government Nurfery Is a good
thing. R has done more than anvono
. ,, ,
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Enuicd ntthc Postofllce of Honolulu, derive groat benefit fiom three or four gate to the Housosmiths' nml Bridge-- , , ,)mv
Judge Estee sustained the demurrer
In the Matsumoku bankruptcy mat-
It Is commonly inherited.
Matter. small, fast fruit stcumcrs, running Few aro entirely Irco from It,
II. T, Second-cln- si
btwecn Honolulu, Hllo and steamers Palo, weak, puny childion arc
He Imd In mind the banana Director Jnred Q. Smith of the rd-cr- al
ISSUED TUESDAYS ftfvD H5IDAV3. which Boston sends to Jnmalca. The Experiment Station has gone to afflicted with it in nlno cases out of
WrtUTER G. SMITH, Editor.
stranger preferred Seattle to San Fran-
cisco because while Hawaii haB to
It seems '
to Bee Us operation, now that
they are conduct,,! by. the Hoard of building has been moved to Its new
Haw nil. ten, nnd many adults suffer from it.
Common indications are bunches in
at the California port with tho rfrlniilttlrn ifi f iiflfi II If IMnrTlt'Oll pub jodsp A'nuuuu nipjo 1i
r fruit of other tropical countries, at cry opportunity to extort money from " w
Tuyior regime the cation closer to Iwllel road.
tho neck, abscesses, cutaneous erup-
SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Seattle It would meet no dangerous The Japanese M. E. church will, un- tions, inflamed eyelids, soro cars,
ror Month ''' rlvnl and could soon control the banana der tho direction of Mrs. Bagwell, hold rickets, catarrh, wasting, and gcucraL
and pineapple trade of the Northwest
Per Month, Porelgn
I'er Year. Torelgn
And that region would be all It could
ernl nubile, and especially unionized -o-"' ..
. were the victims.
wnge-Wrner- One wens .L" curneu
s. ......... -
. - ..... n
fi.fnlr nt TTnntptnn I.awn nn October
..u,i,min, mc luusncu over .
"- - debility.
Hut tho mnttcr Is not quite so slmDle nnor woman the
union zeu -
to Assistant District VUWc with the result that nil the
sl- - rested lately, was bound to the itiwn
as might appear as a
raijable Invariably In fl'Ivance. company must bo certain, when Its
steamers call, to find the cargo on the
bnm larks anil
iuin. .I trios Snmnlin.lv olln.n.f.,1 uhnn lllo ..,. o ., 1.,.
crimes ureiu Mn,mnlnclf w, the IT. S. Evt.erlmont rwtmbc uj vui.iiiiiaiviiv, nf ,nftn tin
uecumc uueiieu wuii
.."... UHOnu.u ........
n. uuhhii una i eoerai granu jury on tne. ennrge ,. oi
I. ..,!-,,,- 1,1. .
..... ,n. -
f...l. and Pills
tnr.lnv Tl, ....nln. i,ii
,r .,.r ..... Eradicato it, positively and absolute-
A. W PHAltON, dock On that account great companion
-- - - , - -
so much in toning tne money ouereu
Mannger. which combine the
hae been formed tho commercial fea- hlrn or asking for that money from "il to study bugs and blight he should ly, This statement is baicd on tho
agricultural with some one who had It, but his most It ls notC(, by (eaiers that the price
In taking the'PItc hla i the Territorial nur- - of Konn "nightingales" has risen re- - thousands ot permanent ctnc3 thesa
FRIDAY OCTOBER tures. Under this head the New York rriini. t.nitlsli net lies
Sun siys: bread out of tho mouths of the work- - "eT.
SIr- - ,A"st'n' wll wa' directly In- ccntiVi nnd the ,)rlce ot jerked beef has medicines have wrought.
"The fact In that a great deal of the man nnd his family. My life as well charge, did h s best to make little Nur- Bone down-J- ust
sery presentable but he had
help know. An aveiage of ?0 a head Is now
why nobody seems to " My daughter had scrofula, with eleven-sore-s
A SMALL BUILDING PROPOSED tmnirnl fruit Imnortcd Into this coun ns my poor, dependent children, are on her neck and about her ears. Hood's
try Is raised on the pi tntntlons of the but a few of the many that suffer tage. Now there is more money nnd""d cou d not fight the scale to ndva.i- - askcd tll0 donkeys. ,
fr Sarsaparllla was highly recommended and.
Knim.lv will object particularly to a transportation companies which bring through him " The company that has been rehears
JOTW building at the World's Pair along,
she took It and was cured. She Is now In
The case of Richard Carvel has been better official oversight and the
tho lines chosen in- - the Promotion -
Committee. True, some ot me oujei-
lle. nl1,'lmnort ot mlr tropical feature
, aUachts to no other branch
1001 In San Tranclsco furnished
The strikes of o expects tne nursery to ue Kept duilng the summer, for presentation
ing Hawaiian drama with tableaux: good health." Mas. J. 11. Jokes, Parker
nf during the autumn and winter months,
,inn m n lnr-- o structure apply to It.
not decide the question
nf commerce. and palnrul Instances of shameful ve- -' trees used shrubs that the ..,rltv too v"'
kept there wns " "Kaala." In
""V ' 'House on Satur euro and kcopo tho promlso.
Hood's Sarsaparllla promlsos to
but they need "If we were to trnvet South we rmllin Uttt nnrlmnn - the
' example wns that of-most
It S tie Opinion furnish- rmr11 . n
tuum uui mm uicwmui day HawaiianOctober 10.
nm1.1 .. .. .1 .1 t the ,
n.lvnrselv. should find that In Jamaica and the
splcuous Lawrence ""u evening,
that a handsomely other leading Murphy, of New Y'ork, former treis- - trees, for Instance, nor especially fine
ed cottage of broad Iannis, showinghere, the Journejmen Stonecutter's varieties of mangoes nor cocoantit to Possibly Chief Court bench temporari- Justice Frenr will call
and also In the coast regions of Centnl urer of the liUUINESS CARDS.
life that Is led America and northern South America, Union, who was convicted and sent to Palms. There was an abundance of ly, the Supieme
nnd where a cup of good Kona coffee the business of earning tropical fruits the state prison for embezzling about out none of eucalypti, monkey pod, nlgaroba, etc., for emergent buslno's such as the H. HACKFELD & CO, LTD. QenerM
could be had, tourist literature distrib- to United States ports Is In the h mds twelve the 'sand dollars of the funds the finer troplcnl growths, registration case, Circuit Judges De Commission Agents, Queen St., Hono-
uted and spc Imcn products of the His defense especially those bearing fruit. In future Bolt and Gear In the practically
fore- lulu, H. L
of those who own many fruit nlnnta-tlon- sconfided to his charge.
Islands dlsplajcd, would be a good was that tho money did not belong to such trees should not be wanting when gone event of tho continued absence
our means or contract for the total product Perry F, A, SCHAEFER & CO. Importers
vestment and one within of other owners. Thus they know ex- the union because It had been extorted called liope for. Associate Justices Galbralth and
The Advertiser believes that n display next week. and Commission Merchants, Honolu-
actly the sources from which they de to see the Board of .
buildings where the crowds from emplojors, arm notably from an' We Agrlcul-oiganlzatl-
lu, Hawaiian Islands.
in the main rive most of the fruit tney carry, jhcj called the Stonecutters' tuie use some of its means to Import The Board of Agriculture has ndopt-e- d
go ,..u..IU bo better anil- cost less, urn
nni.i .. - not or)ly carritrJ, but also producers
Association of Brooklyn, nnd, worst tropical trees nnd shrubs new to these the Federal rule that reaulres per- LEWERS & COOKE. (Robert Leweri,
It is not disposed to urge that.Uo f frut of nil, that numerous members of the Islands, especially the plants that kill sons obtaining seeds to report on tho
m, make a BOod profit In both 1. J. L,owrey, c. M. cooke.) import-
against the general .opinion of Iterw- - buq,nt.S3eq. union, who were not walking delegates, the mosquito. These may be got from results of their planting. Failure to ers and dealers In lumber and build-
motion Committee that a $3000 building India and Florida and perhaps from comply with the condition will ensue ing materials. Office, 414 Fort St.
"Perhaps this combination oi iwo shared the spoils,
should be had. distinct kinds of work originated from These dlsclosuies were forcibly lllus- - other places. The mosqulto-klllln- g In having the recipient placed on a
In the event of a building no tlmo the fact that there is a very close rela- trnted by a plctorl il representation of plant. If It took hold here, would be black list where he cannot get anv HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Ma
should be lost in starting It. St. Louis tion between the sulllelont maturing ot n gi Inning skull In Ixslle's Weekly, second only to tho nlgaroba in its pon-wl- more seeds. th chinery of every descrltlon made ts
will see cold weather soon nnd the the fruit crop and Its transportation to
go up. the motto, "It means death," and er of conferring benefits on the public, One Korean and three Japanese wom- order.
price of cai pouter woik will market. Hither the producer or Un- of them the New York Cork oak, lubber, vanilla plants, Mon--
en are detained at the Immigration
There may be strikes; there certainly common carrier loses money if the
strong competitive demand goods are not ready for its cargo, or if tlons, filend of legit mate labor tombina- - terey cypress for wlndbieaks, ied station to be called for by their hus- HONOLULU STOCK EXttHftMA.
will bo a said. Cuban bananas and Blueilelds plan- - bands w horn they purport to have come
for skilled labor. If Hawaii Is going transportation is not forthcoming whn "The public now knows that organ-- , tains, all these should be within reach here in expectation of meeting. If the
to be ready when tho Fair opens it It Is needed nt onco to prevent the I?ed laboi Is too often abused by woith- - of those to whom the Nursery is a con-le- men are not forthcoming, the women ss
Honolulu, October 1, 1903.
must loe no time now. suggest to tho deteiloratlon of tho fruit." fellows, who stir up dissension and venlence. will Involuntarily bo outgoing passen-gei- s
In this connection wo company formed
I'romotion Committee thar sevcra In IfHawaii could be a many thousind profit todaytho confusion.theseThe tyianny.
to plant so Hint
prevails In circles, the'
4 by an oaily steamer for the Ori- ilt.WC Ot HTOCk Cpltl Tl Bid Ask.
thousand people aie expected to visit ncres to bananas and pineapple, nn ent. In tho prevention of the business
Insolent manner of the walking deie-- l JAPAN'S LATfcST MOVE.
pass of Importing women for unlaw fill pur-
St. Louis next summer who will and to run fruit steamers to the Northwest, gate, hnve gone too far for the Amer- -
through here en loute from Asia pol- a thriving trade would undoubtedly lean people " Tho announcement from Paris that poses, the Immigration ofilcers have to 'J.llieweiA Co. . I,0',iXX) ICO ...
Would It not bo good be thus strict. in
Australia. e grow up. Such a company would bo It Is evident that the day of the JnPa " Protect t"her H'Siments Into Attorney-Gener-
icy, before the winter Is over, to adver-tis- able, of course, to take the banana and despotic eontrol of the unions Is neai- - ore'1
Interests and Andrews jesterdny
L,. U.ierrCo., (.ta...
the charms of Hawaii in those pineapple crops of small farmers As may be by letter directed Registrar Buckland i!w 20 KH 25i
Ing Its close. But many of the unions, stnnd
c the Russians, 6,0OU,tWI
countiles as a midway stopping place for tho steamers they would have no for legitimate objects, will tradicted tomorrow, but if It Is true it nomination to to return Geoige II. Faiichild his BHir.AsricaUaiMCo. J,812,760 100 'JOJQnir
Llavr. Com. 4 Buc. 00,
Id 1. 23K
way some benefit may bo had trouble In bilnglng return cargoes, con- papers for a supervlorshlp
In this survive, and the erlminnl elements, ul" brlnS the lelntlons of Hussla and of Kauai county, on the ground that Utw. SngarUo arott.OOO 20 25
from the World's Fair crowds bcfoic sidering the local demand for m.mv feeding on fraud and violence, will be Japan to a new phase. Tho dispatch of tionomu...
"00,900 luu 1,
St. Lcmls gets any.
sueh " folce would naturally impel they omit to show nfllnn itivcly that Haiku
products which Seattle could supply discarded. The - mass of- unionized PllCuIn I nwl n In 500,000 100
1 . ... . n n tnt,..ll.1. Mr. Fairchlld possesses nil the Qualif- ' 22
skilled nnd unskilled, "" "" '" """ " ""b- - ""- - KahnXu
more cheaply than San Francisco. wage-enniPi- s, usu-noiu-
necessary for nomination. Ref-
lhomu,Oo., L'J.. X500.000 SO ....
SNOW NOT AN ASSET. hnunio,. smnll a nrnnnrtli.ii thei- - hear to piotict interests which the Japa ications Is to his not being registered, a Klpakclu 11
THE SHANGHAI EDITORS. to the whole population, are Indus- - ose might threaten: and such a step defect the nominee Is trjlng in the Kolea . ..
In The Outlook, copies of which were big
trlous, honest, amenable to leason, and couId easily bring on the long expected courts to compel the Kauai board of Otthusogsrco McBi7ileSjr.Co. L'd ff,500,000
. .. 4
ricontl received heio, appeals a was Some local Interest has been moused have no affinity with crime. The wnr- - The public will remember that it 9714
Ocoeo . 1,000.000 &
- tumble with them Is that they lnvo "lls a tiansfer ot Japanese troops to legislation to remedy.
advertisement on Hawaii which by the case of the Shanghai Chinese edl- Ooiala 500.000 20 .. 10
Olai) Sugar llo. Ltd 5,000,0(0
Inseited by order of the I'lomotlon tois owing to the Incidental appearance boon treated ns nutomnta and bound Ivoiea In ISO I which ushend tho war Oldwalu 160,000
Committee of Hawaii. "Sunnv Shores of n former townsman In the affair, a by Iron-di- obligations, which reduced that opened China ns a theater of
d lr (rrom Thursday's daily.) Vaaujiau Bazar J'lsc- - '
and Snowy Slopes" appears In the ad man who got more marts idom out of It individual power nnd Influence, e'K" conquest nnd intrigue, Utlon Oo 5,000.000 SO
and the morning piper makes objec- than the Chinamen did Iiowthejel- - within their ornbntions, to a nullity. 1 the Idea of the Japanese govern-Th- e Official notice of the opening of th Pnclilc . 80,030 100 . . 225- -
tion to "Snowy Slopes," stating that low Journalists innnuged to Invoke the mosecutlons In New Y'otk nnd tho nient is to foice matters now, their government nurseiy will be given in a Psla Pepeekeni .
the word should have been "Sunn."-th- e
- state of war preparation must be very few dnj.fl.
wrath ot the Empress Dowager ap- decided stand of tho Fedeial Govern- I'loucer 5,760,000' 100 .. iou
mistake piobnbly having been pears In tlie I.Itei.iry Digest as follows mem, imougn riosmeiu i.oos veil.
by the ..ew York engi.ivois opened theli eves and aroused cablegi am
"Native newspapers have attilmd have to eonseivutlve and effective ac- - the- Munchuilan littoral nnd along the
Snowy Slopes" Is copv and is pei-- f throughout China a iliculation and an them
?"?lK""1" amen on nnIcntIon of E. refused consenta to an Walmanalo
Governor Dole '.'n
s. Cunha for ,etill
liquor license covering both Union
ctl cornet. The tout 1st needs but to Inllueuie fill the d) nasty at Pok- Hon, under the Constitution and the lallio.id leading to It and SO ships of siloon and the Union Grill. the ETBlUIBir Co' 1
take a Journey to Hawaii to see all ing with that nlnnn. The more outspoken laws. .war at Port Arthur. Even Japan
No answer has jet been sent to Sec-
Co . . 600,000nfHi-rS.il-
manner of "Snowy Slopes." Bulletin organs nttilbute much of tho enuilie's Theie nio union lenders, such as Sar- - would have the right to hesitate before 8. Co.. MO.KWjlO 115,.
"Suowj Slopes' Is not copy according some of tho such a multitude of foe. Possibly retary Carter's cablegram to Treasurer
the Ein-p- i tr nt and Mitchell, and
to Allan Dunn, who drew tne picture misfortune to the fact thatundei the betfei ofilcers on tho Pacific coast, who and this accords with tho views of Kepolkal about the selling of bonds. HalS'amK1.cr.tr5i
and tet. In the smaller blocks one contiol of HusslahasRussia, according to command respect and nre not to bo many foreigneis on the ground Jnpan iTho Tiensurer was too busy jesterday II R. T. dj L. Co. 1.
fallen M0 000 100 95 105
PW . im
of wlilc. h appmis In the Satuiday live- these cHsse'd with Ed. Rosenberg and other villi meiely bluster for n commo'nlse, being Government pavday, to confer HOJ..H.T.AL. Oc.C. 1,000,000 100
ning- Tost. cop was followed. Theio authoiltles pmsulng her tradi- diimigognes of that ilk. Thero nio giving Russia all Mnnchurin nnd with the Governor on tho subject. tdotnatTol.Oo
n n.AT..r.i 150,0001 10
4 0Oimmi ltn ;.,
the phi ate appeals as quoted In the tional policy of coming down to China substantial citizens, however ing Koiea for heiself. If this Is the Mlkl Salto, Jnpanese Consul General, HH0K.U.U0 50,000 20 15 20
Sunday Advertiser, "Sunny Shoies nnd water thiough Asia, absorbed euphemistic they may be, who believe game perhaps the proposed move With having icturned from Knu.il a final ad- eoNDi
Sunny Slopes " north of the great wall, thanks to n th it the better class of unions In the troops will bo the beginning of it. justment of tho labor trouble on the Jw floft 6p,0
It Is true that there Is snow nt times compile t agreed to by the late 1.1 Hung United Stntes , ...,i !) ,
aie prepaied latlonally, Honolulu plantation may be effected Haw ler. In c, (Fire
on mountain pi iks 200 miles from Ho- Chang, who In his simplicity Imagined to lonslder nnv model ato proposition! before tho twelve dais during which Hllui.. u.Co.er.. c Claims) 87K
nolulu but it Is not accessible to toui-Ist- s that the Cznidom would bo content to tint may be advanced, and that, pri- HOME RULE PECULIARITIES, the disaffected laborers promised to Hoa. It. T. A L. Co ..1 US- -
and the winter vlsltois we nie leave tho Peking dv nasty In peaceable mal lly through them, If the facts were1 keep still have elapsed. a p. c
becking would not go to it if It wns possession ot the immense region south hi ought home to them, iueslstlblo' Tho Homo Rule paity is one of Kwn Pl'n 6 j). c tool
They are people w ho are living fiom of the wall. Hut I.I Hung Chang has piossme could bo concontiated at marked contindlctlons Supt, Cooper was to have gone to O. R A L 60 , 103 S . ...
Not very long ' ' .s ,7 l'l'n6p.r
Wn Uahn H'n 8. p. c 100 ....
the frost nnd wiovv, not seeking them, passed away and Itussla Is dally secur- Washington that would insuie a sup- - ago It asked Washington to gov--' n";1' 0,dn ', bu.t ? V"
and who come heio to find summer In ing a firmer hold on the foi bidden side Ply of plantation labor, sueh as this ein Hawaii from there, disiegaedlng P.os '
tho w Inter season
ilalm to it
Mare people away
Snow lepels them ot the wondnful wall. Such are the
as snow is not amongst our trop- fruits of tho policy,
ical attractions, It Is nbsind to lav the Immense wealth of that aged loyal- intelligent man, familiar with the his- - Aine.lcan. it vet dee.nied for secession';"
By doing so we merely ty figuilng conspicuously in tho cate- ton and condition of these Islands, fiom tho United Stntes through an
gory. Our nblllty to Inter nil this fiom must concede.
nry impeiat.ve.y needs.
llieio nie n ivi,,. ,
the Idea of Home Rule entirely.
timt mot-v- ' win- - n ,,it,n- -i
Their political destiny autonomous government llko that of' Gov ei nor Dole ls mentioned as a pos- -
a w il olcss w ossngo f rom bhet Iff Co- Plenoer Mill Co
SALES BETWEEN BOARDS.
One hundred Haw. Com. & Sugar Cov
"Juno in Jnnuiiv" Is our best hold the native pi ess Is the tesult of the is fixed, nnd schemes for tho rostora- - Cuba, and after committing Itself to c'ulo It not probable appointee to the SIC.
In magazine advertising, not "Jununiy enterprise of Tho Celestial Empire, a tlon of tho monarchy or the Hawaiian Roosevelt's policy of developing II - Supieme Couit bench, after his retlre- - SESSION SALES.
Hiltlsh paper published at Shanghai, Republlo nre puerile and treasonable, wall on tindlllonnl Ameilcnn lines, !.-
which iegulail publishes tiiinslnllons Tlioj possess mnny lesomces, the most lepresentntlves In the Legislature vo- - that congiess amends the Organic Act $10, 25 Hon. It. T. & L. Co. (prefetied),
"om the governorship, provided '"' One hundred nnd twenty-liv- e 01an
THE PHILIPPINE STATUS QUO. from the loading vernacular organs. Impoitant of which Is the sugar plan- - ted against a measure designed to aid so as to increase the number of nppel- - $100.
"Editorial comment of tho soit thus tatlnns These plantations cqtild bo the coming of American settlers. But late couit Justices from thiee to five,
The article rrom the Manila Times, outlined Insplied the elderly object of multiplied In number nnd largely In- - the most thing It does, ur Cooper, president of the Board of METEOROLOGICAL RECORD.
"Hawaii and the Philippines," printed It with decided views on tho subject creased In nioa, side by side with diver- - In the oxeiclse of the citizenship which Health, at the executive council meet- -
elsowhiie In these minions, undoubt-dl- y of j ellow Journals. One of these, tho sified farming. The necessary capital Congress confened upon Hawaiian, ,1R yesterday Introduced the question
shows whv the new lj acquired (Shanghai), long conspicuous Is heic, but the laboreis aio wanting, is to adopt .1 ninety oligarchical meth- - nf iimi,u,mn,. nm. nm lmrinls. nfier By the Government Survey, Published
an him l.mo has nut, as vit, been a fm- - its nntl.ilinnsti,. i,.,i.inm.. wns ' Qui ti oplcnl situation i nuiiot be chang- - od of puty management, meanwhile ,, in mmoinilra ultliln H10
good invistmeiil for the United States. singled out by the Emni ager '' because we aie living under Amei- - condemning what It ealls 'tho mis clty ot IIonniU,,. it was refened to
The cost ot government Is $100,000,000 n for treatment on the principle which """ i'isiiihiiuiib. , i inn- mvu s..,,.,..u nuimij -
unmeasuieu a fUturo meeting, to be discussed along
jeor. the value of Aineilenn pioducts makes it legal In China to pour hot "' Hawallans will not. peihnps nlso terms. with the matter ot new cemetery sites. II1B. A if I
Imported by tho Philippines is only oil over obnovious nitlve edltots Six iiuu'i uils 111 luu HLiH.il u.iii.- -
the vast lesomces of the wilters were nuested on a charge of Km ems are good laboieis, but the Home Rule party. The light of pi Ivato Attorney General Andrews has ren- -
111:1 u in iiu iiiuenuiiiiiiut; in mi;
J3,r.00 000. a :
country leiualn pr.u tlmlly untouched high treason, the exhibits In the cnee supply fiom that quarter is Inadequate. Initiative never existed theie. A little deied nn opinion to Deputy Insurance ? G cx
Our Mnnlla tontcinpoinry says tiuly Ineludlng wldelv circulated pamphlets It Is'geneinlly admitted that negroes ollgnichy with AVIlcox at its bend holds Commissioner Smithies to the effect SO i 1
that, until the .uihlpelago becomes that called uttentlon to nn (indent law nre Inadmissible and would pi ove a fail- - the "primaries" The dele- - that Insurance companies doing busl- - s 19 SO 05 It 99 Ti "is- 0 03 71,3
part ot the United States and Is em preset iblng death for In large gates to conventions are also picked ness In this Territory may bo compelled NX 3
of the uie The Japanese nie
piesent a OJtll,
braced within its tariff si stem, It can dynasty In case ho tho head the na- nuiiibeis, but they nie dlssitlsfled with oy the few and Imposed upon the many, to procure a license for each Individual
2u 3.1 04 2D U7 75 83 UK U
At alienated plantation labor, and nre deporting As to free choice in
n so oi
73 84 oooet kb i,
not hope to be piosperous. " emploed by them to solicit nnd write
ticket-makin- g, T t)9 84 0 00 64 4 NK 2 1
present the loial tariff makes Ameil tional terrltoiv Happily the Intervention of the pow- themselves as inpldly as possible, such a thing Is unknown; nnd even for insuianco. A fee of $2 for each ,W 21 tO ViM VI 63 81 2J2ti31 io he 20
T 24 80 04,29 97
84 o oi ctu
can wares too enstly for the Filipinos, ers hns saved tho gentlemen of The Chinese aro docile, law abiding after a ticket has gone out with the license ls chargeable, V '.5,30 01 !9 Vi 73 81 0 04i74 til
hence their purchase of the eheap-lab- the Industrious, nnd they do not In- - stamp of a "convention" there Is no
products of Europe, which, after queue nnd Inkpot from losing their and the certainty that It will not be amended Governor Dole's annual report was
pav teifere with other inces or with
ing tho tame tin Iff, undersell the heads phvfcically as well as mentally. general civilization of the country. It by the little group of leaders. Witness Eent on to Washington on the Mppon
of the United States. For is legally possible for thlity thousand the lecent change on the Supervisorial fInru Tuesday. The report hns been Barometer corrected to 32 F. and ica
lack of a free maiket for tobacco and Tho forthcoming pension bill piom-Ise- s of them to be admitted, without the ticket from Notley, whom the "conven-- , nWPreparation Important recommenna-is level, and for atandard gravity of ..at. for some time, and
Hugnr In the United States, staple In- to bring the intlie pension exuen-dltur- o slightest Invasion of the exclusion pol- - tlon" nominated to Harvey whom tho t0 contain
dustries languish up to an .iniount oetual to the lo on the mainland and under safe- - oligarchy preferred. Such a thing,; "s " uell ns interesting statistics. 5 This correction la 06 for Honolulu.
Whethei Congress will consent to the lighting expenses of tho Civil Wir ...... ..!., ,. I.IM. nniil.l ni.nl.l nnv plnsll ii!iW flm nnni'nfit Inn lm,l nro..k' NO PllOtOgmpllS W CrO fOrVV ttrdCU Wltn
ubsorptlon of the Philippines Is a mat- which weie over tlueo billions of dol- with our national Institutions or with authorized ticket revision, would not,the document, as under a new ruling TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
ter of serious doubt. Domestic sugar lars. Three billions more must bo ad- iltlzenshln within the Territory. The bo likelv to hamien nnvwheie else n ' " interior .,....u. ...
and tobacco Interests stand opposed, ded for debt Interest nnd one billion for Importation of this clai-- of laborers, the United States. s poits of this kind nio no longer Illus- 5' P ? ?
They do not want to be frwnmped by nthei nineni.l,s liHiitln,- - ,1ia ..not nt th would meet the wants of tho plnnteis, t trated. 5 "2. S "
tho Philippines any more than by Cu Civil War tin In ilm el,sn nf thin ve.ir imil,l evtenil tho sllirar illdlls- - received from the other 8?a
ba. Thero Is nlso the question of to about ten billions nf dollnrs. One trv and increase our territorial wenlth. One tiny peace Is assured In the Orl- - side report was A
of tho '""" jesterday saving
whether It would be wise to let the bllllon of dollnis would have been moio and, In n hundreil ways, Imposslblo to cnt. tho next day .',o lighting Is fast who had
iirchljiolugo Into the path of statehood than enough, In 1SC0, to buy all the leonpltulate but Including the ilemun and furious Meanwhile the Chris- -
i IU alive. Hon.. la.tn44 Ft. n.ia44 a.m. n.m ' 5 tO 5.50 Set..i l7 Si .m.
ian.r.W'"L " proceed. They ""I'fn'ne b st.l, in the house wheio he com fuel 28 10 49 1.55 9 1U B
nnd leave It some day to decide Presi- slave's and them fiee. fnt iiifinlilnnrv liimliir. unit suntllle BS
dential eleitlons. A Tetrltory It Is quite possible Hint tho Tederal of every -- kind, would furnish employ- - massacres and the chances b ri i 41 5.91 5.19 0 C8
a State and mnv be admitted, Government could be Induced to pay ,.i,,t nf nn,i
us Nevada was, beiause nn exigency the expenses of a company of the Ha- sands of
mres. for mnnv thou- - think that the more who are killed onl now are that ho w 111 recover,
skilled and un- - both sides the better for the future of
'"..'"..'.' '.9 1 .
fed.. SO 11.44' 1.4 0 08.6 16,5 00 5.515 49 0.57
Attorney R. W. Brcckons will file nn ronr, 1 tp.ui.i 1 4l 1.00 7 21 8.15 5 M 5.48 1.47
reqtilies moro votes in the Senate. The waiian National Guard to and from skilled, but malnlv skilled, on tho main- - tho Balkans.
answer on behalf of the ship Ersklne ma.. 2 it1.12 1 4 1.37 7 44 7 GS 5 51 5.47 2.U
renson, however, for not putting the nnd nt St Louis during tho Exposition. land.
Philippines Into an Indissoluble unlim Tho aid of It will bo Interesting to observo M. Phelps in the admiralty sun or U... S 1 5 1 4, 2 Oil 8 12 7 54 5 62 5 41 3 23
inn.. 4 2 18 1 4! 2 29 8.48 8 82 5 ti 5 45 4 ID
of States nd Teirltoiles, lies In the easily be had In Talr authorities of tho whether business men nro light or Tho Manila ............ olllce was burnt Julius A. Schlrrmacher for 111 personal
the could Times
feeling, plainly nvealed In one of the War Department. getting tho ear . .. .1.,. nl, na ..,1.. , .l.A- lii.llll!fcl-i-
mi.- Ulllt;i ...!...
W.n.1.. (.'ruillilllH damages a
this morning. It w be sim-
Hon.1 6 8.U01 1 4 3 18' 9 15 9 12 5 12 5 44 5.C8
President's rpeeches a year ago, that ply a general denial.
the people of the nnhlpelago will event
1 these, foi led b Irrofro mV by a union of tho Times and Treedom. '?": It. J. Johnston has been notified by
First quarter of the moon Sept. SSth.
ually get It will be The spunk Rulers are showing very bv"t
Home or S "ton. In "put lnir ne .piper of good form and Times of the tide are taken from the
raster to change from the preent stnUs little
than from one of closer union,
In his campaign. The dis-
covery that Aithur Hrown has not
ana Eastern luajlty nnd taking one out of a crowd- - cable that the
Board of General Ap- United States Coast and Geodetic Sur-
praisers hns decided the protest ot vey tables.
Hackfeld & Co. against the payment of
been legltl.ited out of the tilllce of High
duty upon rails imported from Ger- about tides hour earlier and Hllo Hono-
The at Kahulul occur
Mr Kumnlne snvs Ills nair.e wis usid Sheriff hns bi ought the enthusiasm of
ns n beer saloon puprliitor ' without Wilcox to a very low ebb. His dis- un, or uiuiur iu.u. iiivniiiuih v.......... ."" "
Justification of right." Wntild Mr. Ku couragement seems to be infectious, would bo enormously benefited tllB " " ..... ,,
" v,ih MIl.tlVVM UUk
many, In favor of the importers.
Judge Humphreys is reported to hnvo
Hawaiian standard time Is 13 hour. 30
muluu have the public believe ill it the prosperity of Hawaii lestored nu(j in every iweniy Americans approve, sold his stock In the Robert Grieve minutes slower than Greenwich time,
Ilrewcry charged Its bill to him with- Tho Stni suggests the Importation ot Ameilcnn civilization pieseived nnd Its
Publishing Co., to Jas L. McLean nnd being that of the meridian of 157 ea
out his consent and that soniebod en. lapanese ,().il Eight years ugo sueh onward mnrch accpleVnted. . .i . ., .. A . . I USUI
it llic ltllll"IIIUBtUiLU ni.i Lilll i.
T Norman E, Gedge of the inter-isian- u 30 minutes. The time whistle
"who hadn't been sued, paid it fur him'' o.il sold at Shlinonosekt for two dol- 1
pushl in this city for nil it Is vvorth.ls'm.Bnl.I tne "iiepuuiicuir?." mu biui-- ?. ilows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
.Co' The.c.om frl"r
Tut, tut, Mr Kumalne You slioi'li' lars a ton which wus not consldoied n...- - ,.r.
oiiiiwj rii'M'-- s i i.oi.. ;,
in ij jt.'i' iiiu ti iiiiiwiiiii i uiiiiuiiiea ..in iiuuii iuw :
r,--'puoi snea : , as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
Ko to the Vauoa epa for aw hllo and tiy heap It is possible that tho '.u.illty bring back the Shnnghni exiles who are able to call Honolulu a mosaultoless'1 snld t0 llave s0,d t0T tu0 Uollar3 per and moon are for local time for th
the veracity cure I nnd prl e
have Improved since complaining of tin he.it I Paradise snare. whole ktoud.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2,
EFFECT - O 00000COOOOOOOO oooooooooooooooooo
NEW LAW III
VERDICT- IS D, T, BAILEY
FOUR TEAMS On shore and Facing Eastward f
(Continued from pace 1.)
WILL PLAY side of this Territory has less than the
paid-u- p unimpaired casfi capital or net NOTJUILTY PUSSES OFF TIE IXS
of any State having nn Insurance De-
partment thit sjch organizations has
the required paid-u- p and unimpaired SOUTHERN PACIFIC offers
surplus required by this Act, It chall
Mrs. Chilton Goes Be Buried By Odd Choice of Routes and
Promise of Great bo the duty of the Commissioner to
make such Investigation or require such Fellows at Four Choice of Trains
proof ns shall be satisfactory to him
Football This concerning the financial condition of
such organization: Provided, however,
Forth a Free P. M. Today.
the certificate of the Insurance OlTlcer
Season. iush capital or net surplus shall be ac-
cepted by the Commissioner as satis-
Woman. "SHASTA ROUTir-Orci- ron Enrcss. $
factory. If such orgnnlz ltlon dots not, D. T Bailey died nt his home, Puna- 6 "OGDliiY ROUTE" Xcw- - Overland Limited.
within sixty das aftel dem md of the hou, nt 7 o'clock jesterday evening.
Comml'slonor, produce such certificate, Ills ago was 57 lears and he leaves n X f"SUNSET
A KOU II- -- - Sunset Limited. Down California
"Not guilt)" was tho vet diet rend-
Tootball prospects for the coming the Commissioner shall revoke Its cer- Coast. Ctoseent Lily Esptess in San Joaquin Valley.
ered by tho Jury In the case of Jose- wlfo nnd three children, n boy nnd two
season nre brilliant. It will open with tificate or uuthoilty to do business in phine Chilton, charged with haibo'rlng girls, of whom the eldest Is eight jeats
four teams In the field and under the same Territory, and not Is produced n stolon child. It was presented to
this the THE DIRECT ROU1E IS THE OGDEX.
until said certificate of age. For some jears the depitttd
auspices of an nidation composed SHASTA will show ou Nottliern California and Western Y
of ns many clut. AH four or tue or corpoilltion upon which such demand
Judge Gear by James 11. Ilojd, fore- citizen hnd been In falling health ami
man, nt 4:25 jcterdny afternoon, go- for mojst of the Inst ten months of l.ts v
clubs hae ordered new uniforms, as- Is made, shall solicit and agree to Issue day of the actual
suring Identification of teams on the and deliver, or shall Issue or deliver, ing on the eighth life ho was conll d to the house. 1'ls V The SUXSET, Cential and Southern California, Arizona, 0
gridiron and providing colors for their any policy of the delinquent org.iniz-i-tlo- trill of the case. Deputy Attorney Gen- trouble was liver complaint, endlnsj In a Texas', Louisiana v
covering nny property In this Ter- eral Peters Immediately moved that diopsj
respective Sympathizers to Haunt. ritory while such certificate of author- 0
be discharged, her bond The funeral will take place from the
Another Item that will gieatly en- - ity Is wlthdriwn or withheld, he slull the defendant
game be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, canceled and sutetles released, which house, nt Alexander and Dole stieel", a KOLDERS AND BOOKLETS AT X
hunce the popular Interest In the
nt four o'clock this afternoon. It will
is the fact that, for the fitst time, a and on conviction theieof, shall be tin
sub- was ordered.
ject to a fine of Ten Dollars for Judge Gear then, after consulting be held under the auspices of Haimony Information Bureau a
trophy will be set up for which to first, nnd Titty Dollars for each subse- 0
Mr. Peters nnd Attorney General An- Lodge, No 3, I. O. O. F., of which tho
compete. Whitman . Co. hae ordet-e- d quent offense.
drews, excused the jury pnnel from dead man was a member for tho past Matket St San Kiancisco. X
a large gold banner for presenta- Section 10 provides for the filing of fifteen jenrs. At Mr. Ballej's own
until Monday morn-
tion to the team winning the cham- various forms and statements regatd-in- g further attendance request made on his deathbed, the bur- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO
pionship. the business of the compinj, nnd ing nt 10 o'clock.
The closing nddre'ses of Mr. Cathcnrt ial will bo in the family lot lie pur-
The matches will probnbly be pla)ed the eommlbsloner Is empowered to re-
upon the new- - baseball ground, Some o eense IMj- -
of the rules of the Intercollegiate game,' menta remaln secure. Each company prosecution
nnd Mr. Peters, for tho defense and
respectively, were power-
chased in Mnklkl cemetery Instead t
the Oddfellows' plot In Nuunnu.
David Tinman Hnlley was bom at
Jap held up if WAR ON
that in ogue here, have been rndlcally Is also required to file with the com ful efforts. While man's sjmpathy for BY HIGHWAYMAN
Penchem, Cnlcdonl i county, Vermont,
changed to lessen roughness of play. miisloner a poivei of attorney, empow- woman In distress was Invoked for tho
There w 111 be more open plaj lng than eringservice In a of the
a rcldent Territory to ac- defendant on the one hand, It was n
jenrs ago He was a
cept lawsuit. likewise done on the other hand for schoolmate of U. S. Marshal E. R. A hlghwnvman on a blcjcle jester-da- y
under the oldules. The Territory is likely to derive a
Camn McKlnlcr. which furnishes n goodly levenue from the Insurance the mother of Mnggie Place. The Jury
Hendry of this district, whose ac-
quaintance he icnewed In Honolulu as
tobbtd a JupaniMo at Aleu In THE TONGS
te,nm, has about forty men out to prac- - companies, In addition to the annual were out fort-flv- e broad dn light. Minuting him and then
tlce every evening. Good, big fellows tax of two per cent on net Income. Ue- - a fellow citizen and brother Oddfellow.
the following AXTELL VS. IIDNDUICK. slashing tho Jnp aeios-- i tho tluoat with
they are and being coached by Percy sldes are required totax paid in ad-
During some months of hip last Illness,
More. When Judge Robinson's court ad- It may be mentioned, two membeis of a knife when ho delimited to , tho de-
Honolulu Athletic Club has thirty
odd men out daily at Kakaako They Tor filing articles copies of lncotpora-tio- n,
journed yesterday afternoon,
Hendrlck had been on the stand in
II. H Hntmony Lodge kept watch nightly by
the bedside of their djlng hi other.
mand foi his mono).
Ah Kit, a Chinese with n bid ucoid,
The Sheriff May
or cei tilled of arti-
are prob ibly the biggest hustlers of the or other certifi- his own defense against the claim of Mr. Bailey came to tho Hawaiian
pigskin In the projected association
cates required to be filed in his J. C. Axtell for $10,000 damages for Islands 2J jeais ago. Ills first occu-
Is under must and niaj bo ohaiged
with the clime, nlthotigli ho denies IiLm
J. L.. Woods, the athletic Instructor, Is office v. $ li'OO malicious anest nnd prosecution. This pation here was that of mnnaget or
their coach. Look out for them when For issuing cei tific.ites of author- 1000 was the third day of the tilal. C. C. the Woodlawn Dairy, owned by 11 F. guilt vety strenuously.
the gilt banner waves.
For each renewal certificate of Bitting Is attorney for plaintiff, and Dillingham. About fifteen jears ago Tho tobbery wat pirtlculniH' bold Up.
Punahou Athletic club, at its meet- authority 10 00 Thomas ritch for defendant, he bought from MaJoi Hills the busi- and The Jap, utcoidlng
ing jesteidny, elected W. A. Anderson Tor filing the annual statement JURY PEGS OUT.
ness nnd good will of the Tahiti Lem- to tho stoty telephoned fiom Alea, wnt
condition A war on till Chinese tongs Is likelr
as its footbill captain. It will begin of filing 10 00 onade Works, Including the teclpo foi walking penceablv along tho toad, Just
Foi each annual statement Tho Jury panel In Judge Do Bolt's
practice on Monday with fiist-rat- e ma-teil- al
of business tianicted In the tho Major's famous lemon ide. Aftei bevond the Honolulu plantation ami to icHtilt fiom the assault upon Ng
for a competing team. court gave out jesterday. mottling while operating that aerated waters
empanelled to try
in below I'liltnknl hill, when he was stop Mini War, the Chinese Iaw)ei and itf 1
The Malle Illma club will make a Tor filing any other paper 100 a, jury was being foi some jeais, Mr. Bailey was ped by a Chinese tiding 11 wheel. The candidate foi lepn scntntlvo on the
valiant fight to retiieve on the gridiron Foi furnishing copies of papers the ejectment suit of the Bishop Ins- Instrumental In ending a rather fierce
filed in liis office, per folio 23 tate trustees against Lilla, a. natUo Chinese Jetked a icvolver out and Home Itulo ticket. Deputy Shcilff
the honors gamely lost on the diamond For certlflng copies, each 100 woman. Judge Do Bolt ordered a spe- soda water war by mentis of nn amal- pointing It nt the Japanese, demanded stated )csterday that ho had
the past baseball season. Wlh George For agent's licence foi each com- gamation of Holllstci's, his own and his moiiev. Tho Jim elthet did not been tt)lng foi a lung time to get evl--
2 00 cial venire
to Issue for fifteen tales- di
W. Lucas as manager and Hatty James pany represented other woiks The resultant coipora- undei stand 01 else was too f lightened lire against the Chinese tongs, Id
as captain, they have twenty men out The fees are pnjable now, and the men, returnable at o'clock this morn-
tlon was the Consolidated Soda Wot Its, to comply with the icuucst. At any oidei to bleak them up, but had been
nnd will contest evei) gllstetlng thread ing. Holmes & Stanley appeared for
in the trophy.
must bo paid before April loth.
Section 20 provides that. plaintiffs, and Castle & Wlthlngton for
Ltd , of which Mr. Bailey was appoint-
ed the manngci. Thl,s position ho
late he made no move to obey the oidei, unable to do so When the Moll War
and without fin ther p irloy, the Chinese ease comes to trlnl, It Is likely that
A meeting of the club? will be held In the event of the total destruction defendant. the latter part of Februarj', 1J0.', pulled tho tilggei. The ttlcphone mes- - Miinethlng will develop to mnko possi-
In the near future to oiganlze the Ho of any . Insuied . building, on which - the Mt. Stanley challenged Owen J. Holt under compulsion of falling health
sige did not Btate whole the bullet ble n piosceutlon of tho tongs geneiull)
At the loss shall "L less than the total amount for cause on the ground that he was
nolulu Football Association "'"""'" " Becoming iccuperated by rest he took took cffict, nlthotigli the Jap was on 11 charge of conspiracy.
same time grounds will bo decided on lsgued thereon, the fire Insui.mce com-an- d a s.ilailed olllcer of tho Government. the management, on Novembei 12, of wounded. The hlghwnsmin then Members of the Ylng Veo Tong and
the schedule of games ai ranged pany or companies shall return to the He Is a poundmaster. The court de- tho bftme jeai, of tho Stir Soda .Vatci rllli d his clothes, taking all the money of the See Yup Society tiro said lo have
All tint will then be pioblematical rel- - insured the Unearned premium on the nied the challenge, whereupon Mr. Co, which ho held until his death. ho hnd on Ills peihon nnd then cut tho made tin eats )estoiduy against the life
ative to a successful season will be the Policies involved in the loss for the ex Stanley retired the juror with the Nine or ten jears ago Mi. Bailey mar- Jap's tin o it, leaving him foi dead, as of Olllctt Ah On. They have no
w eather. cels oi insurance over me uuruiseu or grave remarks "I think it would be ried Miss Hnttie Lewis, one of the heirs
ngieed loss, to be paid at the same he lode away. Ki lev nine pin lb ulnrly ugnlnst the
time and in the same manner as the too bad to depth e tho Government of of the Lewis estate latelj paitl'loned. The assault took place about tin ee Chinese oflleei foi his ancHt of the
loss shall be paid the valuable services of Mr. Holt. Besides Ills sorrowing wife nnd three
TECHNICAL ACQUITTALS. o'clock and the wounded Japanese was iiHsillants of Mou Win, hut what the)
The commissioner of insurance Is re- Therefore I excuse him peremptorily." children, ho leftvep a btothei mil sis- not dls overed until an hour 01 mote do object to Is that he oscilbed the
The Ofllcial and Commercial Record quired to make an annual lepoit to the Thete being no more names to dtaw ter in Vermont Nelson Bailev and litet, when parsing men found him ass uilt fo warring tongs.
The last Record called attention to leglslatuie The concluding section of from, the special venire was ordered. Mis vMlllatti bhiw. living, alongside the load. Ho w is
the law Is as follows: "Ho should have made up some kind
tlie fact that American cilminal law DCMURRBR FOR JONES. D T. liallij will bo deeply and gen-einl- ly
lemoved to the Alea hospital, and was of a stoi)," the Chinee in o reported to
Section 21 No Insurance company or i egret Ud as an Industiloti" and
practically Ignored the guilt or Inno- coiporatlon licensed to do business In Before Judge Gear jesterday morning then htlll conscious Ho told the he si) lug, "and not till about the tongs
cence of nn alleged criminal, and ac- this Teirltory shall accept an) appli- a demurrer to the two murder indict- r.ulet citizen and devoted lamllj held, above stor) to the police, nnd It was tit all."
for Insurance, who, though without show, was alvv ijs
quitted or convicted him In accordance cation or de'lver an) nor shallofit insur- ments against E M. Jones was enter-
write, telephoned to Honolulu nbout live "We have hi en tt)liig for some time
ed by his counsel, Robertson & Wilder ready to bear his share of labor and o'clock )OHtetday afternoon Deputy tossecuie evidence, against the tongs,
with puiely artificial technical rules ance covering n risk located within lesponslbllity when sacrifice" for the
this Tenltory except through a duly and J. J. Dunne. Tor one thing It is Sheriff Cltllllngworth Immediately dis- sild Deputy Sheriff Clililipg'w.nh )s-teida- y,
which entirely Ignored the question of appointed agent of such Insurance claimed that the Indictment Is defective common welfare weie patched- hevcial ollliciit tow aids Hono- "but thlt stems uttnny
guilt or Innocence. company or corporation, who is a In not alleging premeditation sufficient- lulu plmtallon, ns the wounded Jap When ,. in Is ones bound
No more signal Instance of such bona fide lesldent, firm or cor- ly, a member of had told the hospital authotlties that by the o Uh of tin- soelety, lu slu ply
poration of this Territory, lesldent and for another that each indict- AVIIIIam H. Crawford, -
perversion of the tiue theoiy of crimin- herein, and licensed ns agent of such ment charges two distinct murders It the gtnnd juij, went ball for several his assail mt hail gone In the dliertlou won't testify against Its members, no
al law- - has ever come to our notice Insurance company or corporation by Is also alleged that one of the Indict Chinese gunblers dlschniged todaj- - In of this clt Tho olllceis nt tested Ah matter how luwlcsi the., herpmi. The
Judge Cent's couit undei tile Wnh Sin
than the lecent "jail delivery" decision the Commissioner to write and solicit ments has been altered by means of decision, nnd wiip present ns nn Inter- Kit, who was found u few mill h below tongs should be 111 0.0,1 up '1 hey ure
of the local Circuit Court. Insurance for such Insurance company, an interlineation. I
According to nn ested put j when thej weie called the elt walking rapldl) toward Hono-
nothing more nor less thin oifeiinUa-tlon- s
By this decision some CO oi moie per- corporation , or association. The license oral statement made by Mr. Dunne, The Couit observed lulu III had no bit) do and claimed
.. the couit of conspliatons, and they could
oi any sucn .nisuiuiice
; inj or cui' his ptesence, nnd when Ciawfnrd an- that In had no money
sons who have been convleted of vnilous por.ulon which shall violate this Section there Is nothing to show that the Sarah -
When the bo prosi cutcd on a ihnrge of conspir-
mlsdemeanois and nre serving thclt shall be i evoked bj the Commissioner, Parmenter mentioned In the fitst count nounced his connection with the mnt- wanted lo put hhn on the en,
tct, pleasantly nskul if ho, Craw foi d, acy. Wo have novci boon able vet to
fentences, aie entitled to be discharged, and such organization shall not be was ready to Indict tho alleged offend Ik objected to tiding, s.ilng that he
that the defendant .....
No suggestion Is made In the decision '""
"tensed to do business In this Is the s.une
Territory until It slnll have paid Into menter mentioned tho second count,
case, pi th(j Treasury of tho Teltory the sum
nny of the other CO, has not had a fullot rUe Hundred Dollnrs as n license for tho killing of Mrs. Jones
person as tho Sarah Par-
which also applies to the indictment
Suppose this man had been a hated his fare
hndn t even n nickel with whlih to pi)
When seatelnd nt the po-
Would thete have been lice (Station All Kit d(V eloped emisld-- (
gtt into thcli meltings, 01 hevonl the
outer dooi. It Is possible tlpit wnon
the Mop Win nise goes to tilul,
may bo diviloped In the evi-
and fair trial, nor that they weio not'fte. This Section does not apply to the nnj' "pleas int" lemniks fiom the niblc wealth for a man who hadn't a dence that inn bo usid In breaking a
guilt), nor that the sentences weie not acceptance of or effecting of relnsur-leg- al
couit? Wouldn't the Bulletin have nickel a few minutes piovlousl) In
tho tongs. It lias been Impossible to
.anco. Defendants were ordered discharged
nnd just. bawled until IW cutlets hnd como loose IiIh shoe weie found lift) seven dollais
git ovldem.11 agaln,st any of the tongs
The sole and only reason for tho Jail A number of the insurance companies - and their bonds canceled 1n the follow and Its sweetbreads had wltheied nnd In gold and silver Ah Kit vt.is book-
dellvery decreed, is
,.,. have obtained certificates to do busl-
the place lnnes ,n U)e Tcrrltoryi but practically. ing cases by Judge Gi nr estetday. ed for Investigation, as thete Is no
from nny source. They keep their
oof that he had n hand In the Alei
smits will giiinded, but I hope to get
which the sentence of Imprisonment lsone of tnon, hns complied with the Liu Ah Yong nnd eighteen other Chi- 11
sulllilent fiom this trial as a basis to
to be served is in the Oahu Jnll, In law. They nre all given until the end nese, nppeuled ftom Honolulu Dlstilct Judging from tho stump speeches time The man has n bid leenrd. woik from In tho futuie."
which building nie also confined per- - of this month to file the statements and Couit on sentence of five to six davs' now being made most of the white ora- owcvei, and Ih repotted to have hetved Tho assault upon Mon Wnr Is
sons convicted of crimes other than all0U Imprisonment and pa) ment of costs, tors are hot foot after a complexion term for elthet robbery or assault to havo grown out of his col-- It
law. 'An insurance agents license of
misdemeanors. jnuthoilty and a certificate of authority for being present at n place where the cure. Iiiimtv Shetlrt Clilllliiiiworlh lode to etlon of lite claims It was ihargeO
For 40 vears this has been the only, was issued by Deputy Commissioner gambling game of palkuu wus being 1 j
Alea last evening and scoiuid u stnte- - by one of the men under 111 est that
pilson In Honolulu. It may be bad policy Smithies yesterday to F. L. Winter of carried on. Pel haps tho Bulletin's Justly cele- I lent fiom the Jnp of the robber) Tho Mon Wur collect) d money fiom the
it undoubledly Is to confine those the Mutual lteserve Life Insurance Co. Pak Foo, appealed from sentence of brated trophy for jnehtsmen Is wult-In- g Injured min stated that his nume was government upon the Chinese lire
convicted of higher crimes nnd mis- of New York, .f three months nt hard labor and costs, for Its calfskin case rulil.uuu and that ho was c,nplo)ed iluhnfs and then fulled to make u prop-
demeanors In the same building, but and 22 other Chinese from sentence of 4
at the Honolulu plantation, wutklng er accounting to the ow lifts. It wn&
there Is no law against It, and no law Charles Notley has been withdrawn three dajs and costs, for being present The Bulletin's trophy Is the cup that Hit the Walinalu tamp Ho ctiiiu Into said also that the men who assaulted
making void a conviction becauso a from the Home Hole ticket and Frank where the game of fan tan was being cheers but Is never there to Inebriate. Honolulu )estenlay morning to 1jii' him weie members of his tong.
prisoner Is confined there. Harvey put In his place ns candidate plnjcd. some money and arrange foi .1 tliket Ah On, the Chlniso olllcer who was.
At this point tho deadly technicality for Supervlsor-ot-Larg- As Harvey Seu San, appealed from sentence of Jnp 111 as ho wished to return 10 the
tluetitentd for giving uwny the fact
gets In Its work. Is also Democratic nominee for Super- hard labor four days and costs, for as- will bo presented tomorrow. The C'lent next month. Ho placed ?Hr 111
In this caso were out 28 hours.
that the tongs were at vvni, is not ut.
Some Judges In nnother court nt visor from the rifth District the situa- sault nnd battery on Ah See, n woman. the bulk, bought a. tlekot for Jiipan, all ftlghteucd. Sheriff Chlllluguoitb.
some time under conditions which we tion looks complicated. These cases' were nil discharged un APPEAL DISALLOWED. nnd Ihcn hturtf.il buck towards YVuliu.i-l- u sii)s the plucky )ouug Chinese olllcer
Know not of, Invented the technicality t.v.vv.?.v.v.v.v.v.wv.v.w der a plea to the Jurisdiction on tho .Tudce Robinson granted the motion
camp. In his pockets he had lino Is better nblo to take care of himself
that mere confinement In a prison In of a. pen and the tonvlitidv persons will ground that tho defendants had not of plaintiff to dismiss the appeal of five ddlliu gold pieces and fJttl Da-
than most whltu mm would be.
which criminals were Imprisoned made nil go free unless tho already depleted been Indicted by a grand Jury. District llais In sllvei. At the hill in i
defendant from the Honolulu
the punishment Inflicted for a misde- Treasury Is put to the expense of bring- TO AMEND VERDICT. court. In tho case of W. W. Dlmond & mons Dully he met n Chinese 11
meanor equal In charater to that of a ing ever)' case before the grand jury, Tho Chinese cat nod not seiloitH and tho cut lu tho ucclc
Co , Ltd , vs. Jonah Kuhlo Kalanlana- - hie tie
compelling the trial of every petty Kinney
& McClanahan, nttorncjs for was merely a flesh wound.
felony. The train of technical reason- and nie. Tho ground of motion was that no In one hand nnd a knlfo in tho
ing then easily follows. "Things equal offense before a Jury. defendant Helen Rowland In the eject- Fujikawa describes his assailant a
Godfrey, trusteo appeal lay from n Judgment of a dis othn and advancing on PuJIkawn said.
to tho same thing are equal And In tho face of such procedlngs ment caso of Frank dala h.ipnl." ("Jupanco, dig a mnn about llvo feet six Inches lull,
Criminals are confined ob this, Judges swell themselves with for Thomas Metcalf,
vs. Helen Row trict mnglBtrato rendered on default. Japani e money.) of medium build, and suh that he
ito each other," same point Is up for testing In nn vour At tho hnmo time
In Oahu Jnll; criminals nre felons; the pride and talk nbout the "majesty of land ft nl , jesterday filed a motion Tho woto a whlto shirt and black trousort
verdict of tho Jury bo amend- the mandamus suit against District the f'hlnoho rabbit llrtd 11 shot In tho
law requhes charges of felony to be the law," and .statesmen wonder why thatbytho striking therefrom tho reason Muglstrnte Dickey previously reported. nlr to scnto the Jnp, and as the latter
)esterduy. As tho pollco were not 11- 0-
made by a grand Jury; misdemeanants lynch law Is becoming popular among ed 0 the lobbei tlllid of tho robbery until long utter
An execution was tcfused on a default was foiklng over
are confined In Oahu Jail, therefore leading citizens! stated by the Jury for arriving at their It occurred tho robber had a good
i Unless a determined effort Is made verdict. The Jury found a verdict for Judgment befcaut-- Judge Dickey held fired a sirond tlmo mulcting a wound
they must bo felons nnd not having to hide his bloclo In tho
defendant, as stated therein, for tho that, tho cause Invoking more than J20, In the thigh and then slashed him n.ioss
been Indicted by grand Jury they nre - rescue the administration of crimin- the
nn appeal to a Jury lay. Plaintiff tho neck.
shrubbery and escape before tliolr ar-- 1
unlawfully confined and should bo dis- al law from the miserable maze of reason that there was not sufficient brought a rpandamus suit to compel Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth Htaled Iv al on tho scene,
charged. technicalities that Is making It a by- evidence of a marriage license having Tho Deputy Sheriff stntcs that the
tho Issue of execution, on tho ground late lust night that the Jnpanese would
On such flimsy, threadbare techni- word In the mouth of the people, the been recorded for the nuptials of the hospital In three plaiu where tho hold-u- p occurred It
that default In tho lower court barred bo able to leave the
calities as this, over CO unquestioned deadly lynch bacillus will continue to late Frank Metcalf and his purported appeal, or four das The thigh wound was quite u lomly section of the road.
convictions are nullified by the scratch multiply In the land. wife. Notice Is given that the motion
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1903 SEMI-WEEKL- Y.
would return from Knunl Saturday HOW TO GAIN FLESH
night and Intended to leave for Wash-
ington nn Tuesdny, Mr. Hall asked PUBLICITY All Run Down
for a meeting of the Hoard of Agricul- Wlion your
vitality 3 low, you are
The life of food is the fat miserable nil tho tlmo. Your nerves
Iheo. H. Bavies St Go ture on Monday afternoon to outline
within it the more fat the ore weak and your appetito Is poor.
his report and recommendntlons. When You have no ambition, and you aro
more real benefit from the
i Limited )
AGENTS FOR FIRE, LIFE AN;
MUSI MOVE the meeting adjourned It was to
day afternoon at two o'clock.
food; that is why cod liver IS B DERED languid ntul depressed all tlio tlmo.
MARINE INSURANCE. THE. ONOMEA LEASES. oil is a powerful builder of
Governor Dole stated In connection flesh.
with the Onomea lenses that they had Scott's Emulsion of pure
Efforts to Get Them Names of Dealers
Northern Assurance Companj, been made before the Hoard was In cod liver oil solves the prob-
existence, and that there had been no
Or LONDON. TOR FIRG AND lem of how to take cod liver
LIFE Established 1836 Out of Hawaiian opposition to the plan.
wns no Intention of trespassing upon
He said there
oil. That is one reason why In Below Par
Accumulated Funds .... iI3,3TG,000.
the funetlons of the Hoard. doctors have been prescrib-
Forests. NEED OK FORESTRY WORK. ing Scott's Emulsion for all Articles.
British nd Foreiga Marine Ins. Ct Mr. Thurston outlined some of the wasting diseases, coughs.colds
details of Air. Hall's visit to Maul and and bronchitis for almost
Liverpool, ron marine
or Hawaii, naming the forests which had
Capital 1,009,000 The Hoard of Forestry nnd Agricul- been Inspected. He thought that the thirty years. The weekly meeting of the Hoard of
ture held Its first meeting fur a month, matter of forestry reservation should Henlth yesterday afternoon was con
Reduction of Rates. In Siipt. Cooper's olllce esteidny aftcr-noo- n be gone Into Just as enily as possible
One of the inducements
stituted as follows: Dr. C. II. Cooper, ; What 3011 need is a good strong tonic, as
Immediate Payment of Clalmn. nt two oclotk. A number of as soon .is the forestry superintendent offered in order to substitute president; Fred. C. Smith, Dr. W. II. uencriiieu ny .Mrs. II. Austfn, of Wellington,
very Impoitnnt matters were consider- reached Honolulu.
A number of new appointments of
something else for Scott's Mays, E. C. Winston nnd Mark P. Rob- New Zealand, siio suidi her pliotogrnpli and
ed nt the meeting, which continued for volunteer foresters were made. Upon Emulsion is the matter of inson, members; Dr. J. S. H. Pratt, " 1 was o weak and tired all the time that I
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTk nearly three hours. Those present the suggestion of Mr. Cniter. Mr. cost. could not sleep ut ilimlit. Or, If I did uleep, I
You save a few cents chief health olllcer; C Charlock, sec was as tlretl In tho morning ns when I went to
were Governor Dole, L. A. Thurston, Potbes' domain In Kohala was extend-
chairman, A. W. Carter, Jn. Dole, J. lian Mons.irratt accepted
ed to take In the windward side. Ju- at the expense of your health. retary, Miss Mae Weir, stenographer. bed. I wis all run down. I tliet'i trlctt Aycr's
Sarsaparilli. Afti r taking tnti bottles found 1
the appoint CONTRACT TOR AMBULANCE.
F Brown, So rotary Cooper and D. L ment for the Kau district, fiom Pahnla Scott's Emulsion costs more
myself greatly Improved, nml soon I was com-
pletely restored to hciltli. I till nit It Is a
United States Experi- plantation to Pua, because it docs morcand does Tenders for an nmbulnnce were open- great family medicine."
IMPERIAL LIME Van Dlno of the
Other appointments were: George it better than the substitutes. ed a; follows:
THE SHEEP QUESTION.
Itoss, North Hllo district; W It. Cas-
tle, South Konn, .Mr. Uarkhausen, La- -
Secretniy Cooper after reading the hnlnn, I.. on Tumpsky, Makawao. I.
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Co , work to be done here, JC20.
Schuman Carriage Co., to build here,
The very best Limo and in the minutes, icnd u letter he had written and Knupo. Maul; J. M. Litigate. Kolo.t,
to Sain Parker, Jr., and G. W. Mncfnr-l.in- e Knunl.
von Tempsky and Dr. Rnymond, Kula
icquestlng tho removal of wild without volunteer foresters are Hllo,
The only three districts now
We'll send you a sample free upon request.
SCOTT S. KOWN'E, 409 read Street, New Vork.
$040; to Import fiom San Francisco,
W. AV. Wright, to build here, $700.
sheep fiom the lands nt Pmiauahulu, Hnnu und Wnlanne.
Mr. Carter suggested Hint the forest-
HAWAII'S HOUSE Dr. Cooper thought, If It could bo There
aro many imitation " Sarsaparlllas, '
Do suro jou get Ayer's.
i on Hutilalal, Hawaii, within thirty ers shenild
In Lots to Suit. days, and had lecelved nn ncknowledg-- t powers, ns often vandals were e aught
be given general police
done, the contract should be given to a
LOUIS Honolulu firm thnt would make the Pills with theSirsaparilla. Takeusing enough
You will Improve fastor by Ayer's
- ment from each. In the act of destroying foiest lands,
each night to hivo ono good, free movement
nmuuiance nere, ns thus the money
JLow Prices. Governor Dole staled that Robert and If the foresters had to Ilrst swear
out a wairant the guilty pel sons
(Continued from png 2.) would he kept In the country.
of tho bowels tho day following.
Hind lmil requested the sole pihllege would escape. Sccietnry Cooper was It was voted to give the contract to Prepared by Dr. J. C. AyerS Co , Lowell, Mail , U.SA
of iemovltrg these sheep, he to keep Instructed to wiite to the proper ey could bo used to ciect a building. the lowest bidder for building the vehi-
Co. them, hut the loqiiest had been icfiisetl the Attorney General or High The resolution then can led unani- cle In Honolulu. This Is
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., Agents.
on the ground that the shrep belonged Sheriff, making the request suggested mously.
AGENTS. to men' on the other side of the moun-
by Mr. Caller. On the back of a map of the fair Carriage Manufacturing Co.
KOERELE'S WORK. grounds, Mr. Carter pencilled the fol AID TO KINDERGARTENS.
tain, n ml theie would be dissatisfaction lowing:
CASTLE & COOKE CO., Ld If tho toquest was gianted. Mr. Hind Mr. Cooper leported that woid had "If you combine exhibit in building Mrs. A. H. Thompson wrote to le- -
had applied again and the matter was been ieeeltd lecently fiom Prof. Koe-- 1 then take .site near Alaska. If you que-- a supply of certain cleansing re-
HONOLULU. le and he was still In Ohio, and had have building for headquarters show- quisites for the kindergartens. On
to ho considered on Monday, but would the
Commission Merchant he left to the decision of the TJotud of preyed upon the leaf hopper.
sent a Inige number of Insects which ing tapas, photos, paintings, etc., then explanation of the pi
These go over near Arizona In among the
were now being piopag.ited nt tho tiees, wheie most of the buildings have Hoard had formerly granted a similar
evident that the Hollister's
Mr. Thurston stated that he had been nurspty. gathered. Reeves rmuked with blue favor, It was voted that a. requisition
3U&A.11 JTAUTCmS. through that dlstiltt with Mr. Cuter, boMr. Cuter to procure any dry asked that Mr. Kocbele pencil the places now available nnd be made out to Iienson, Smith & Co.,
and the sheep belonged to the Muefar-lun- e glasses possible, while he way In
ninth, and he had nhendy started
says you can put up any kind of build-
ing you choose. The Ai izon.i building, Ltd., contractor for medicines, for the
and the suggestion was acted 20 x II, cost $3,000; Nevada, J4.500; Mex- ai tides in question.
The Ewa Plantation Company. to lemove them. About COO sheep had upon f.ivoiably. The grasses wanted ican government, Oiegon, Maine hulld-ing- s
The Wnlnlua Agricultural Co, Ltd. PLANTATION SANITATION.
already been taken out and another are those ton. In for low
suitable elevations. each $10,000. Make plans for
The Kohala Cugar Company,
he Walmen Sugar Mill Company. drive of 200 h.id been stnited.
Mr. Thin. this connection, s.ild building; have fine lanal enclosed with F. B. McStoeker, manager of Olaa
that he visited M.iul recently and was braided coconnut leaves, say nil one plantation, wrote a letter suggesting
He rulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo. Goeinnr Dole said that theie weie sin prised at the astonishing piogiess story, sloping mof, like at Ahulmnnu that Government physicians should
The Standard Oil Company.
The George F. Blake Eteam Pumps.
300ft and pel haps as many as 5000 sheep of the Impni ted glasses on Hnli.ikal.i.
and ho thought it would be decidedly
He sfild that tho blue grass p.ntlcu-larl- loof.
England Mutual Life Insur- unfair to glo Hind the pihllege of nil tin- glasses started by Mi von Vermont nnd New Hampshire.
nnd Kunloa; possibly hi aided grass
Eveiy tenltoiy except Hawaii have oversight of sanitary conditions
had coeied eveiythlng and that has a building and eveiy state except on plantations.
You Dr. Cooper cxpiessed the opinion that
ant e Company, of Boston. taking them. After the sheep had Tempsk weie doing very well. better have a building nnd no exhibit plantations
The Aetna Tire Insurance Company, been riilven out, ho thought It would be than an exhibit and no building." should attend to their own
of Hartford, Conn. MORE TOEEST LAND. (unitary affalis. He dismissed the mat-
The Alliance Assurance Company, of pioper to gle some, one tho pilvllege Governor Dole stated that W. H.
of lemovlng the remainder, piovlded Coinwill had offeied to suiiender much
ter without futther discussion.
that theie was a guarantee that the, of his land In the Kula distiict In ex-- (
NOMINATIONS ASYLUM DOCTOR RESIGNS.
foiest should n t he tot allre. Gov- linnce for an extension of some of the Dr. R. N. Mafsted, resident medical
eveiythlng lit FILED TUESDAY TRY IT
Castle & Cooke, ernor Dole stated that it was a big leases above hns offeiedio.nl up to 5000
contmct to take out nil
of the sheep, feet elevation.
The Governor sug-
superintendent of the Insane Asylum,
tendered his resignation with a request
The following nominations were filed that it be accepted forthwith, as a
LiAineu. -- and that at least tluou months Mimild gested that tho r.000 acres to be phi --
be allowed for the purpose. lendeied would do not only for honie-ste'.-- ul with Registiar C. It. Auckland in the good opening for him had been offered
hind but for foiest land.' Tho olllce of the Secretnry of the Territory
roKHSTUY RESERVATION. pioposltion at this tlmo is veiy on the mainland. ml
LIFE and FIRE Mr Thuiston called attention to the
and has something to do with
West Hawaii Guy F. Mavdwell, at-
Piesldent Cooper spoke appreciative-
sale of eel tain leases at Onomea ask- an unsettled spiings, which was still in torney; Dan. I'. N.nnanu, surveyor; ly of the services of Dr. Malsted and
INSURANCE ing what the fmestiy conditions weiej Mr. Thurston s.ild these lands nbove Geo. C. Hewitt, J. II, K. Kenwehaku, said he could not be blamed for taking
to be. Gov ei nor Dole said tho second Kula needed the attention of the For-lcas- o advantage of an oppoitutilty to better
A. Mngulie and S. Lazaro, super-
piovlded that the lessee should de. estty Uoaid veiy badly. The foiests John his condition. On motion tho resigna-
eie In bad condition, twenty years ago visors.
AGENTS. . . velop tho foiest. Mr. Thurston sug- -
gested that the law piovlded for joint in Ciowmnr Dole talil that his luoa. j . Ml . If VI II llll'iniiiiiiit,
t East Hawaii L. A. Andrews, sheriff. tion was accepted with legret. The
Maui W. T. Robinson, assessor and president, answeilng a question, stated . . W.r.V. V.V.'.V.'.M .,.!J,.?;!.,5
action of the Governor and tho Bo.ud was the planting of the legions above collector. .. that he had a physician In view to IA9 HIlflWKIt CO.'si ?J
In making foiestiy icseiv.itlons and he .".000 and C000 feet with exotic ttees, cy- place In temporary charge of the Asy-
did not believe It possible In tho pies-e-
chaotic conditions, to begin making Mauna Ken.
press and pine. This vailety of tiee,
h thought, would do veiy well on A queer coincidence developed In the lum while a permanent appointment
Mr. Thuiston said that
Two Brokon Noses.
was being consldeied.,
-- "W YOILX i $
such level union. Gov. Dole stated Fni ester Hall also favoied very sttong- - routine of news-gntheil- for the Ad- - IHUK NUUANfJ Hailing from fl
EXORBITANT HILO HILLS.
OF UOSTON. that no finest icsei vation had been ly the planting of pine tiees, and had veitler last night. It having been Ilrst Kl rtJKK e. nONOhUH "! --
made. v.ild Hint the Fedeial authoilties might leported that Xr Mon War was sent to The directors of the Hllo hospital November 0th lOth. FitMIeJHl
r VK13N AT LOWEST BATES.
En Life Insurance Company Attention was called also to the
homesteads of Hllo and Hamakua, Mi.
get seeds of Northwest pine.
WANTS LANDS HELD RACK.
tho Queen's hospital with his bioken sent In hills for the renovation of the
nose, an Inquiry of the hospital night contagious wnrd In that Institution, Kor freight rntoa apply to
OP HARTFORD. Thui.ston saving that he did not be- Mr. Catt-'- r asked Governor Dole to watch ns to his condition elicited the amounting to $1"C OIIAS. BUKWlSil & CO.
lieve nn fuithei homesteads should be hold hack the sale of leases of four fact that he was not in that Institu- Dr Cooper consldeied the charges 27KilbyHt., Boston,
pieces on C BltWWEK & CO.,
? 3 set upait until the lepoit of Mr. Hall He said of land In the Kohala district. tion. The only one received there with exorbitant and denounced the manner
theie weie certain foiest lands MMITKD. HONOLULU
had been made. Mi. Thuiston said which should be In the control of the n broken nose that day was a native In which fumigation had been done.
that complaint had been made that the government, nml suggested that some named Pul. Now the cuiious part is Mosquito netting nnd other material
The Famous Tom 1st Route of the Hamnkiui homesteadois weie, cutting of the land now offeied for lease that Pul is the name of one of the Chi- was destroyed In the process without Heat Affects Ayres,
World. might e.xchnnge
tliewood, even on the foiest lesoiwi-tlou- deshed bo used toresponse to for the nese charged with breaking Xg Mon any oetaslon.
lnnd. In a lines II. M. Ayres, the newspaper man who
mid that the leservatlous had lion. Governor Dole said that the local "Wat's noso. On motion of Mr. Winston, seconded
In Connection With the Cnnadlau- - by Dr. Mays, the bills weie referred to
left here sevetnl months ago to join
Australlan Steamship Line not been fenced In, and weie being used government had power to make ex- - Volcano Marshall at Shanghai, and
Tltkets are Issued for pastille. He had been told also' ' h.ings of land for foiest pin poses. the president for adjustment with the who Is
still connected with the Shang-
To All Points in the UniU'd States that theie weie shaip and well defined lloyd He promised to sequent Commissioner UP TO YACHT directors. hai Times staff, wants to return to
to withhold the land In question
and Canada, via Victoria utul tllffeiencc-- of opinion ns to the home- from sale until the Hoard of Foiestry VACATION FOR TRACY. Honolulu. Ayres, ns well ns Phil.
steadois and tin est level Mitlons. hud decided upon some course of CLUB DIRECTORS
Vancouver. C. II. Tracy asked for a vacation so Dankey, comj lalns of Shanghai heat,
'It seems to be pietty well piovenl Oitlon. as to leave In the Coast steamer on nnd hopcs he w,u not compelled to
that the puictlce of making a foiest The controversy over the lecent October 5
MOUNTAIN RESORTS: and return on November 23, pass nnther summer there. Ills
lesei vation between eveiy two home-steade- is
Mr. Van Dine 1 the suggestion of the Gladys-L- a
11 Paloma yacht race around his salary 'ntl,,er 1,,ai'ln? lately died he may go to
Banff, lilacier, Stephens Is a falluie," said the Govern- chair stilted that Mr. Smith had gone the Island of Oahu, Is unsettled. to be paid for thf time he England
At . first, traveling by way of the
and Friiser Cumin, or. "It seems simply to give the to Hnmnkuu to visit the tobacco ex n meeting of the Regatta Committee would be absent. n rnllwny.
Volcano Mar- -
honit'ste.ldeis a paddock or wood lot." peilment station. The special cloth
had been ordeted, but It wns found of the Hawaii
Yacht Club, nt which Tracy hnd been In
Cooper stntcd thrtt Mr. shall's eruptions probably sent the
Cmpresj Line of Stcanurs from Vancouver the Bonrd's service mercury soaring.
MEETING WITH HALL. that It had been shipped around the vi ere present Allan Dunn, chaliman; for three years without a vacation und
Tickets to AH Points in Japan, China, Mr. Thurston said that Foiestei Hall
Horn, and probably a new order would Geo. Turner and Frank Hnlsteud, held nil knew he wns a hard worker. The
ludl.i und Around the World. he sent In. Will Talk on Museum,
Mr. Cooper snltl that F Uuchholtz of to deteimlne the disputed title of who president believed In the value of rec I The next meeting of the Social Sci-
For tickets and general Information Konn had lequested that the Hoard won the race of September K, 27 and reation to a. man's elllclency nnd rec
ence club will be held on Monday
apply to A Wonderful Discovery make an allotment for a tobacco ex 2S, it wns duly moved, seconded and ommended that the request be granted. evening, October D, nt 8 p. m. at the
It was voted that Mr. Tracy have residence
"HG0. H DAVIESS CO., LTD. u Kill nil the nge nl ri v rtn h ntul ex lirlrnent. pt'iiinent on was farm, tobut It was sue carried thnt the times of the ynchts, leave of absence with pay for sixty
Idetl that it
best await the
de of W. O. Smith, Nuunnu
nntiire, m In
S. S. Lin", lln tilviiliiii lor tin-- hi, t in! nml inli'm Iiicii( tess or failure of the first expeilment os recorded by the various members of days.
kill , street. Dr. N. B. Emerson will pre- -
i' . .
Cann I' Eullwav. luitll "ikinr lm liiilii'il imult Klulll Hrhlrs side nnd the feature of the evening
lurliit: lln nl it til m t. nml mm, lie Ihv l.j nu nn the Loulsson place. the regatta committee aboard the con- NEW TOOD COMMISSIONER. will be the rending of a paper by Prof.
mi ih It H.t in (xiriKUi tlisi tiierit In intilii me TERRITORIAL AID. testing ynchts. should bo accepted, but President Cooper announced that, W. T. Brlghnm on "A Museum In the
Hicks "We had a great time nt the itnm ''hi ,( ituriqiiti iiiiki re Hfitiliiii in
nfter a competitive exomlnntlon con- Pacific Region. Its Object nnd Uses."
Jared Smith, In n letter, requested thnt the final decision should be
iiii'liii'4lliiinlilt mif nf ihv Ktiiulut' nml rele-
club last night Sorry not to see you ullitlili tI . MnltrliUF mi Inliinliii til, nint --H
there, Charley." Mrs. Porter (nfter lin.. ut iitiiiiiitl liiiulirMaiiil. htin ucit in Hie liiiiil. l...it the uppropihitlon of seventy-liv- e gated to a committee to consist of the ducted by Mr. Shore', It had been de-
Hicks had gone)' Why, Charles, you ilicitll, M muilii nit, lliu 1)Klttinl, lU'.imi, Juittri dollnis for aid of the Farmers' Instl dlieclors of the Hawaii Yacht Club, cided to appoint R. A. Duncan as Food "Mr. Nozzleton," she said, "If you
It will bo used to exception of such members Commissioner In plnce of E. C. Shorey try to hug nnd kiss me your
told mo ou sp.nt the whole of Inst .miriini, met iiulffil ,v nil tlmp 0 lin mi' Clin, tute be paid over. ngaln I shnll
evening at the club." Mr. Porter (with n niiihurliit'ii In .ut h iimlltrv. Ihi'luil pay the expense of distilbutlnn of 1500 with the resigned. There had been three other call papa," "Where Is father?"
ink' Urn 'fit tirntt.il report. of the dlieetorato who nre Interested candidates, one of whom dropped out he asked. "Ho's In the Yellowstone
great presence of mind) "So I did, my hIihiii it . Mime lime ftnt'f llllldirnil) mlunt topics of the llrst nntiunl
nllt'limliil, nml lltiliv li)
An allotment of $:."0 for library and by ownership In this matter, sitting In before the examination. Mr. Duncan Puik. nnd will be beyond mnll or tele-
clear. Tho reason Hicks didn't see' me t.l, it II, it . unrihv tin nlliiilli.ii ul tin ,e
Hhu rniutru mill n
was because he wasn't there hlnibelf. mi ilimlit Krmii he n t we thin), tlitif i appiuatus for Pi of. Peiklns was made. conference with the three captains sail- was the chemist for the Hawaiian Fer- graphic communication for three
Trying to deceive his wife, probably." lime el MUltillc tluuii
nril', it imlt'llt Hk'clll III Die tcnl'ilnl nl lute
Director Smith also requested J500 ing tho race and the executive regatta tilizer Co. woeks." Chicago Record-Hernl- d.
of the Territorial appropriation for
Mrs. Porter "Tho wretch! And he ilUtnc been (lilt lilt'nl Inni il illMiillfr'l out The Board by vote confirmed the ap- t t 1
would try to rob me of the confidence Inl. Ki'iieriui. Hie uhjc, nml fnr liviiiiul the luiiu. the purchase one ucould be bought nt a
tmiei enn h nf utile of chemist's laboratory, committee, pointment of Mr. Duncan nt a salary IT IS DANGEROUS to neglect a cold.
ii.linl., nitre saying that H , of 1175 a month.
I have In you! I alwais did see some- ptnter K uih iimlil
thing nhout that man I didn't llke.r1 eit---
U.iirt'l) tin iliMuitr) n( her
hme K'eii illtiiu. r very low price.
n rtintily m puteiil n
Action wns post-
poned to await Mr. Smith's return
Death of It, F, Freicott. - Pneumonia Is one of the most danger-
ous and fatal diseases. It always re-
, fliiliinll) Heilll) ntul tHl, lj in rxirl Irmn from Hnmakun.
the )lt'lii the Ki.iiii ol ntipifrtil or Illlierlteit
rtltim-- t In nil their priit, nn (until u iiilmtt' nu An allotment of seventy-liv- e
E, L. Cutting received n cnblegiam
dollars from Snn Finnclsco yesterday announ-
"How do you like this weather?"
sults from a cold.
Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold
Nodd "I told my wife to let mo Inlntiir irnn tieliiiiil sm h I. llie.S'en Krtiuli per month for farm foieman nt the cing the death of L. F. Prescott, for- "Not much. I'm 'feared it's goln' to and perhaps prevent nn attack of
know ut least a week nhind when she Itt'iiietl) id, mpiuii, ulin It m) ctrtnlnl) rm.k Fnlted States Expeilment Station was It Is In fact made espec-
wns coming back to town from her illiinuriti nl our ttltli. II liul tnkr pMte.li me nt, null) n( the
II. Adams has been ap- merly nt tho head of tho Wheeler . "Well. hows times with you?" ially for that aliment and has become
it') nhniit wlilth nu link, also mnile. i.plnce, Wilson sewing machine ngency In Ho- famous for Its cures over n Inrge part
vacation." Todd "Why so fur ii.ltlllnll.'li mi,l iiuIk hut, Leell inmle, mul Hie pointed to the "Sorter o
so-s- but they won't last."
nhond?" Nodd "I wanted a chance to taunt t Hint nt r liicrmniii: ileiintml tlmi Imt nolulu. Death followed n two weeks' "Folks all well?" of the civilized 'world. It counteracts
get hnck myself." Ex. inni erininl lor iht m villi Ine Iiervir in WILL MAKE EXHlrilT. "Yes; but the measles is In the any tendency of a cold toward pneu-
. irmliiiiit tnpriti ihnt it it .Iviiliitil m The request of the Hnwnll Promotion Illness of typhoid fever. Mr. Piescott monia. Can you afford to neglect your
ntl lulu flilu lull nil Hi. .(uti.iliiiitLIc r. inv
Hit Ihnl ttrre lurinerl) t,u ,ole ri'lltM. ul Committee for the use of the fruits lenves surviving hlin, a widow nnd "Well, you orter be? thnnkful you're cold when so reliable a remedy can be
DEAD EASY. mttlitnl inni Tlieitplun Inn) l nhUiiicI and woods In the olllce of the Cotn-lon- three children. Mrs. Prescott was for- had for a trifle. For sale by all deal-hu- d
Between tips on the races and tips in hiiirlitiiil illitti (iuiii the truprictur nml ul
Hie princip.l liriiilii.miit Mi Ihrniic'li of Agriculture was grunted. merly a. Miss WeBt, sister of Fred "Yes, but we've all got to die." At- for n trifle? For sale by all deal-Co- .,
to the waiters a man doesn't have to be out Hie I'tiloini'i, Imlii, ciilnn
very active to keep LroVc imnch. -- lluiiiiid HtlJt An. Jn,
Ac. The preserved fruits will be used for
display at headquarters. West, lanta Constitution. Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1903 SEMI-WEEKL-
UURBENX NEED TO SUFFER SO.
NO MATERNITY HOME
n fife Insuronco C.
Tho Vehement Broslus
The mhst vehement speaker In con- -
"Sho bears her siukuesa pa-
tiently : fibu inn kr.s no com-
plaint." How often wo hear
LUAU AND FAIR S w'iiFvwiA Mr 60LF
- -- ,.
The undersurnod having been np- in recent times itt Ileprcsentn- - that said and how it stirs tho
nolnted agents of the1 above company tlo Hroslus. His getlculatlon was
of Following nte the details made for j
pity in otif hearts. Thero aro
jilonty of sullerers of whom it
the tables nnd booths ot the Mater-It- y
Home luau nnd fair 011 Siturday
is true, of both sows ami all
on Merciinnuise stoieu uicie-i-
une jimi'ii . u,.
l'or particulars were nnernoon .mh Uroltis'huuexertions ages. Tho success of modern Hawaiian nnd fancy booth Mrs. Par-
most favorable terms,
apply at the office of
r. a. sciiAnrun
German Lloyd Marine Insur'ea
& co., Agts
"There they go now," Allen exclaimed
"I'll bet jou his galluses parted that
time or else he Ion both buttons at
the rear of his trousers. As soon as he
science, however, in combating
discaso i9 at onco a causo for
gratitude and wonder. It is well
to bear pain, patiently, yet is
ker, Mrs Cuiiha and Mrs, Bowler
Bnby booth Princess Kawannnnkoi
Flower booth The Ml'ses Campbell
Candy booth Mrs. Tcnnej-- , Miss
It $ Red
stops talking we "HI go ocr anil tlml
OF BERLIN. out nbout It." After ten minutes mure
of gestlculntions the Rifted uiutor it
it not better not to ha obliged
to hear it (tt all ' " Yes, say
Cunhn and Krncl Parker,
Juvenile booth Mrs. C. B. Coonoi.
Gypsy booth This will be presided
Fortuna General Insurance St down, wiping the moisture that strum- - wo all," if wo can only pre- over by nn unknown, mjstcrlous foi- -
..... 1. 1..
OF I3EHLIN. C'U 1IUII1 Ilia !.....
niu ....vt". .....
uiwn ..M.1 l,l nhnatru tTlu . vent suffering or get lid of it. luoe iciicr.
xne auove iiisuruiiLe v.uiiii.iuii." iiai:
(JOIItir WUS WHICH. I.Id lint, imiu Diilnm.-
11 .. .. .. tt.n.l
n.l Itli ,,-- ,
111 iiii ...in ciuuiai-
if Inn nml Ills shlit fruit
showed visible eldenccs of Hie s'.rus- -
"Well, tho medical art is milk-
ing i great record along this
Kllokllo booth-M- rs Hnttle lllrnin.
Pedro booth Mrs 11. Fooke.
Lemonade Mrs Geo. C. Becklej.
eetabllshcd a general agency here and gle. Sir. Allen approached the mat lino in these days. Iteuicdie-- j Coffee Mis. T. J King.
the undei signed, general agents, are ter dellentelj, cnlllng the member b have been discovoied within tho ONE NIGHT CURE.
Ico cream Mis Frcnth.
authorized to take rlsk3 against the Ms nrat n,imCt complimenting him upon past fow years which provo Luau tnbles President's tnblc, Mrs. Soak the hands 011
dangers of the seat at the most reason fits sDcech nnd the force of Ills dellv how sincero'and perseveiing has Keohoknlole and Mts J. Claik; Mrs. M.
able rates and on the most favorable ety, and Dually rematklng that he been tho search after knowledge, B Bcls, Mrs H S llojd, Mis. S. lll
tiriite; in a:strong hot
terms. (Allen) could not Indulge verj much In and Mi. Hnlll. my lather of
r. a. sciiAnrcn & co , gesticulation without "bui sting his ." and how rich tho roward. Chief Foreign lunch tuble Mis. F. W. ( . - x LI
General Agents. "Mine parted about the mid- among thuf-- splendid resulto is
dle of my remarks'," remarked the orj-to- r,
Innocently, whereupon Alln shook WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION Bj- - day there will bo music by the
General Insurance Co. lor Set
River and Land Transport.
h. i tids with him again and led his t a tv
now known and used nil over
tho world. For 0110 thing it
Territorial bind. Gov ei nor Dole having
given consent. Besides the dance there
will be muslcnl features in the evening
f Dresden. solves tho voxod question of to which Mrs Annls Montngue Tinner
Hn!ng established an agency at Ho-
nolulu and the Hawaiian Islands, the
Phih'a Dirty, Splondld Palace
undersigned general agents are author-
The palace of the Shah of Persia
cording to Donnld Stunrt, in "The
Struggle for Persia," Is nn npp tiling
how to employ cod liver oil in
consumption and other wasting
dieeases without doing moro
will lend her voice. Lot Kaulukou,
lately returned fiom school on the
mnlnland, will be one of the vocalists
For no re linnils,
patmi, and pain- -
lul finger end
ized to take risks against tho dangers combination of dlnginess mid sDlendor, harm than good. This alono is ithiinpH Diy, find tnioi fiecly with (.'menu,
of the sea at the most reasonable rates or squalor and luxury. One of the u ictory sepond to scarcoly any Nippon Mnru's Speed Trial. nails, the CUTI- - fTTW tho gtont Hkin ciiio tiiul purest nt emol-
and on the most favorable terms. in tho history of medicine. Dis- CUKA treat. SJ--H
most Interesting looms Is that filled lients. WfZU (lllllll; till) lllirht old,
F. A. SCHAEFEK & CC,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
with portraits of all the monarchs of
Europe. In the net room Is his majes-
ty's writing apparatus. Here stands a
globe such as mnv be seen In a school- -
carding tho objectiomiblo pecu-
liarities of this othorwiso valua-
ble drug, tho prop.iration, which
The Pacific liner Nippon Mniu, com-
manded b Captain F Gieene, went
on an olllclal Government trial on
morning. At 6 n. in. the steamer
tnent In slnipl)
looso kid jjloves, witli linger ends cut
faiflf oft' mid holes in the palms.
Comploto (External and Intornnl Trontmont for Evory Humour,
is palatable as honey contains left her buoy and proceeded out of tl e t Hif (if Dili II Mill til iliMIIM) tllO 81.111 lit I II I' llllll M lies mill fofll II tllil
100m, except that the continents are
YOUR SUGAR CROP all tho nutiitivo and etirativo hnibor tluough Gieen Island Piss to thii U'lieil ( uli li , I I IK I 1. lUMim nt, in llwl inlh ill u tt IiI'ik. t ml iiuiiimiIoii, nml hilt i
'made with gems of different coloi and the south side of the Island, wheto a ttoll, nnd hiiiiIIii nml In it nml I IK 111 Ki -miI.MM' tn (mil iiii I ill iiiki the lilnml A
Depends on the right quantity
all the names and rlers ore marked
In diamonds. On the walls a painting
properties of Pino Cod Liver mensured thiee-mll- o coilise has been In ti Mil "ll"
MvU. - inn li III l ii nt in i mi' tot tin Iln:,
ill nut It lim.Mn
nsw nti nn ill put
hiiiin nit. Hlt.i Iiih nf Inlr.
Oil, extracted by us fiom fresh sneclnlh mniked out so that the sle.im- - lil.NMIN II' liH II ill ill the Skin, II indr nml II ill, fit
I ( 1
I'on I u IJiiuo
and quality of Ammoniates It by nn old master Is framed net to .1
cod livers, combined with tho j cis of the T050 Klsen Knlsha niiij M HiMii I S V. -
has to feed upon, Nitrogen jhighly colored advertisement of a deal- complj- - with the lequlicments of the Wj IWtl
(Ammonia) being the principal er In fishhooks. The throne Itself Is a Compound Syrup of Ilypophos-phite- s Japanese government After mnklMg
material removed from the soil sort of wooden bed, about nine feet bv and tho Extracts of Malt .a prollmlnai y run, tho steamer sta t. d A TO BU.LD
by sugar cane. six, the woodwork eoeied with dla-- ( and Wild Cherry. It evpels tho on the special d trials over the
A few dollars worth of monds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires, germs of disenso from tho blood three-mil- e couise There was stiong 11
some an Inch long. The .ilue of fie
and supplies flush and stiongth eisterlj' wind blowing, accompanied bv
! MEW CHURCH AN ODDITY
Nitrate of Soda (Whole Is estimated roughly at $3,000,ti)0
or 6,000,000 On the floor of the throne
Is a carpet so thick with pearls that
to tho wasted and feoblo bod'.
It creates appetite, and causes
henvj- - phoweis of 1.1I11, which mnde the
navigation In such clO'-- wateis veij e
(Hie Standard Ammonlate) unpleasint The engines woik The ladles ot the .In t a nose Methodist A boj linbj was bom ct two-liend-
the texture of tho cloth Is lurilh vlsl-bl- e,
your food to nouiish you. It is thioughout the trills, which lasted five Iplseopnl chuicli nnnnuiico tliut thev I.aupahoehoe, Hawaii,
fed to each acre of growing while a huge nse, set with tur- on S.ituidiy
a wholesomo incdicino guaran- hours, with peifect smoothness, nml will hold a fnlr nt which they will of-- f
cane will give surprising re- quoises nnd pearls, stands side by side steaming wns veij" eisv. On the M r for sale Japanese, Hnwiillnn nnd evening, Koptcmbci 10. The patents
with a cheap painted uin, such is I" teed to do what is claimed for I
it. Eilectivo from tho first doso. runs nn nveiage specii was niiaineu other fnncj' nnd use fill nrtlclcs, nt nro a well known I'm tuguese fmnllj of
Planters should read our Bul- sometimes seen at country fairs. of IT 0 knots, and the maximum sneed Hnulelea l.nwn, October 20 nnd 00 The the pott. The child did not live.
letins giving results of Agricul- "Never disappoints." Sold by leached 1S.2 knots The result Is a lit- ptoceeds will be devoted tow aids tho
tural Experiment Station trials. A Truo Friend's Request. chemists horo and everywhere tle bettei than thnt attained when the flection of n much needed new chinch
They are sent free. Send name steamei was built five jems ngo, ami nnd school building. Mis. ll.igwell has
on Post Card. Before he was elected to be the "hief
all Interested expressed themselves is chaige. KOREAN CASES
WILL.IA.K S. MYERS, Director.
executive of the Old Dominion, Gov-
ernor Montague, of yiiglnla, met an highly pleased with such an excellent- . .
old clissmnte on the train. Thev had MONSTER SUNF1SH perfoimance, which entitles the Toj
Klsen Knlsha to the sune governinc-- l Dr. Judd Commp. THROWN DOWN
12-1- 6 John St., New York, not met for vears Mi. Montague wis subsidy for the next live jenrs as that Di J. It Judd nf Honolulu Is due to
V. 8. A. a candidate for governor, and the other
n plain countiy law jer with a small in- A three-hour- s' fight nnd the ennturo received since the steamer stnited on aiilve heie on the Venttua aftei sl Judge Hstee rendeied a decision jes-terd-
come. "What can I do for you when of a monster sunllsh weighing 1.S0U the San runclsco 11111 in December, yems ot htudj In New Yoik city. Tin morning, In which he sustnlned
I'm governor ?" slid the candidate as lie pounds was the strenuous expeiience of 1S0S. two jeais he was Intciuo mid house
put his aim around his friend. "Whit t v j w omen and a boatman The Jnpinese government was repre- suigeou nt the New Yoik Hospltul the latest demiirier In the suit of V
at Catallna sented by
l.i't week. It has added a new chaotei assistants, Mr T Ml. C Shlbi, stnft ofr lie nlso took a special post graduate V. lleiger ngalnst damages, HMioi)n
Okochl nnd 13. r.ixon
THE CLIFTON can I do for jou, old boy? ' "Just what
J oil have done now," quietly replied th? to th life of tint famous mart and to while Piofes-so-
He will piactlcc hue foi a jeai ui I'lilullfC claimed under
lawvei. "Why, what's that"" said the
other. "Simply put jour arm mound
mo and call me 'old boy.' That's nil
the fishing ljistorj of the Pacillc Coast.
The fishermen of this coast have nude tho
1111 ny notable catches and have d
of nngineeilng, Imperial Unlvei-sltj- -, more.
Tokjo, assisted by Mr. M. II111.1,
Commni s naval oichltcct, win
On Sir Hdwaul CInike, the noted En- 111 Koreans biollght Into this Teultoij
lVdeiul statute authorizing pilvnte
suits In thnt regnid, ot $1000 each for
T. K. .AMES, Proprietor. I want," wns the leply of the truo many things stiange and stut-lin- s piesent on behnlf of the the health of glish bin liter, tells with glee how a
completion of the tilnl
friend of bovhood dnvs. In the sea, but the monster caught to woik on sugar plantations A
last week, lesembllng a dismantled President S. As 1110 and continued suc- - joung Iawjer oik e sioied lilm T.it" sepmato complaint wns lcqulrcd to be
Private apartments, en suite and sin- Looking for Them, cess to the stenmer weic proposed bv one nfteinoon a case In which Sir
gle. Finest appointed and furnished minus tho bones, is easily the Captain F Gieene and Mi. Newman
was inleiestid wns enllid, whii--up- (lied In oveiy case, under a former rul- on
Charles Frohmnn was illcut,Ing the ld.lM'-- t i.itcli of the season. IMumfoid, nnd replied to by Mr K he nskivl thnt It be put off until ing In favoi ot defendant, to that tho
house In Hawaii. Mosquito proof Tins Piiiticulai one that was landed j Nakashlma nnd Mi C Shlb On the the following morning, as he had been
moials of the average plav.
ov.cj his destiuctlon leally to two nrilviil of the Ameilca Maru nnd Hong arguing a case In nnother court all d u pleidlngs are most voluminous. that the
thioughout. Hotel street, near Alakea. "I believe in a clean stage," he sild,
"and I think the stage, prettj geneial-lj- -, women, Mis. A W. Barrett, of Los An- kong Mam, both steameis will also g" and was much exhausted. 'I he refiuest acts on account of which stuto The complaints ns tiled
is clean enough. Heie and there, to geles, and Mis. Nellie Hall, of Iiocha-t- i, through this severe steaming test, nnd was gi anted, and the net case eill'd asked
weie committed between Novem-
GEN. SANGER ON bo sure, jou can find a spot of black, N. Y. They weie out in the Pacific It Is w 01 thy of note how ntiommodat- - Tho joung liwjer then nsked foi n ber 1, 1002, and Mny 1, 100J, being viola-
but jou have to look for it You have Ocean last 'luesdaj- - with Sklno r Ing the Japanese government Is In nl- - postponenient of this i.iso also, snjing tions of the not ot Miuoli 3, 1003. Judge
to nose F.unswoi th in a launch, af tt lowing the lilals to tike plnce heie, he too, wns evhalisUd Tlie riitut llslce'H deoMcin
INSULAR CENSUS leccsses. foi it in the corneis and lemote establishes a point
Jewish While gazing ovei the calm Instead of at Yokohama Hongkong asked whit he hid been doing "If itI which Is icgai ded as of great value to
"Some of us can find unc!anl!nes suiface ot the channel about a mile News. plen.se the colli t," wns the renlj',
nnd mny exclude a In no
anywhere. A woman found uncleanli-nes- s f am shore the ladies happened to look have hi en listening to Sir Kdwaid the defense it not ull of the 113 cusru
The Manila Times in referring to the once In Di. Johnson's dictionary behind them, and awaj" olf In tho ilis-t- .i Claik' Onnha l!ee.
departure of General Sanger from Ma- " 'I am son j, sir,' she said, to see In The com t s iv s
ic, about a e astern, saw 1 'Theio was no law In force permit-
nila, who was a passenger on the Nip- jour work so mnnj naughty words ci-- -
black mass on the suiface of the Congrissmnn I.overlng. of Massac Im- ting this plaintiff to hilng nn action ot
pon Maru, sajs of his woik in connec "'So madam, jou were looking for sea that shone up distinctly In the sun. pel ti, sajs that ut onu session, when this burnt ten. In his own iiuiiio nnd c
them, eh?' the old lexlcograchtr re- It was whale-lik- e In size nnd appear-
tion with the census of the Philip- torted." Heed wns spe iker, nn Impoitant meas-ui- e for his own benefit, until Match i, 1001
ance, and the boatman put his launch wns being rniiMlilcic.il In lommlttee "Anj violation of the Immigration
pines: aLout to investigate the appaient dere- This Hardly Expresses What nnd Its f i lends were won v Ing for fmi laws occurilng pi lor to thnt date can-
Geneial Sanger hnd experience In Wbb Clasemato of Brant. lict As the boat dtew near the occu- deb ill on the hill whin It should not bo nseil ns ii basis for tills action
census wotk In both Cuba and Porto pants saw that it was a monster sun- Honolulu People Say riniigi would be too long diawii So by the plnlntilT formeicouit piacllcanj The
Rico and was piep.ired for the work in has been Dnselon, as New head York, who
llsh that was lolling on the suiface, deinuuei "
chosen the T.oveilng iked ltuil to inteitnln n held this mi the
hind The first few weeks wns occu- 1'iullst Fathers for the ensuingof nine the v ermiug itself In the morning sun. of It. lnotlmi that no olio should bo ulluuoil pl The deniiiiier Is sustained nnd the
pied In securing an efficient staff and ears, wns a classmate of General F.o'ii Its size the pattj- - knew tint to to Hpfiik nn the measitii' n ill ss he hnd iliittft Is given live days In which to
when the enumeiators started in, they j xeituie loo close might Invito a fight something new tnsij' "Ii I.oveilng' file an amended complaint, in def inlt ot
all began wotk on the same date. Grant nt West Point. He hnd then no
thought of entering the pilesthood and ,nd .1 wieek of the boat, but aftei con Good natuicd people are often lril- - diawled the Hicakei, "tjiannloal
as I which the action will be dismissed
The time occupied for tnklng the sultation the ladles decided that the hlg table inn, tlmiiiuglilj depinved and bid as I
census In one district was practically greatly surpassed Grant Inup all sol- his
slimy lump of qulveilng ilesh must be have not vit leaeheil the iinlnt
the time occupied In taking the census classes. ambitions,he ho Isgiven Intere't-'-
has his would mil,
dierly- still stinted If possible. Accordlnglj Skipper not be supiplsed.tho leason, jou
If jou knew nf henitli ssnes white I an (nuiliiiiii LIVE WIRES BURN
of the entile Archipelago and the. re- In mllltarj- - matters, rainsvvoitli selected his heaviest cilf the hnuse in n silt in c as iiiofoiind ,h
turns came In almost simultaneously. and is keerly nllve i:vcr have Itching piles?
progress of mllltarj- - science hook and turned on full steam nbead Not sick enough to go to bed; not that lesnlutlon would entail"
When seen by a Times lepresentntlve to disciplinarian he
this moinlng General Sangei stntsd commanders, Indulgent like indlvldjil of
all gieit i, for a charge on the fish mountain.
When close enough, Fai nsw orth well enough
to be content.
that he was satisfied that the enumera- tempeiamcnt, but exacting In his Je- - s ur s the gaff with nil his force and The constant Itching sensntlon. Tho Allii;ntot'8 Dlguatlvo Apparatus
tors had done their wotk well. Haul to bear, harder to get relief. "Dogs in ij' be able to digest a creit A Chinese lineman of the Mulunl
Ho said- - "We hao had the assist- mands for the perfect execution of tl e hook went down deep Into the qun-e- 1 Spoils joui temper, ncaily drives you
ance of the army officers throughout tasks assigned. Ing llesh of tho sleeping fish
crazj. in.inj veiy haul HUbstanccs," s.tld a Ti phono Companj- - was severely hum- 2
the islands, who hae kept a close It was a judo awakening, and whm Isn t relief and cure a long-fe- lt man fiom one of the lowei pulshes,
watch on the workers, who knew what Wilhnlm'a Unique Paper Weight. the fish felt the shmp p iln. It lash"d want? "but tiny ate not In it with the nlllga-to- r id In the hunt and breast by llvo wlies
was being accomplished and were out In every dhectlon with gieat luiy You can hive lellef If Jou will fol- I am Inclined to believe the jislerday evening. He wns rectifying ulll-gat-
The German emperor uses as a na-p- er
in the effoit to fieo Itself The hook low the advice of this gentleman. has about tho best digestive
leady to teport any delinquency found weight on his writing .desk the nossed wlies nffectlng the telephone of
In the work. summit of one of the highest moun- hal tiken a firm hold and could not bo Mr Frank Lelbly of 320 S. .Main St., natmc has jet contilvcd It 1
"We have had but little trouble," tains In Africa Dr. Uuchner, nn Afri-ca- n pulled out, nnd when the monstei renl-Iz- Wllkesbnrre, Pa , U. S., who sijs. "It leally wonileiful how thej' cuu gilnd Di. Kutsukl In Vlneynrd slieet and cut
said tho General. "The Island of traveler of some fame, broke the this, It lenewed Its lletce efforts to Is with much pleasure that I testify to up haul thlngH which they allow to u who wllh a nlppet thnt was not In-
was the only place wheie the piece of lock from the highest point of eeupe. tho merits of Doan's Ointment In cases pass Into their stomachs. It Is a veiv sulated.
people really became hostile, thinking Mount Klllina-NJar- which is on o, German- This twisting and turning and If Itching piles. I sulTeied from that common sajlng among tho men down Tlie ourient leuped out and burnt hw
perhaps they were being counted for -African ground, and pnsnted It thrashing continued for over nn hour tormenting nf Miction for the past jear. on the lower coast of tho state that an flngeis ot tho llneinnn's right
pm poses of taxation but aside fiom to the emperor. u til relief came In the person of Boat- I tried nearly everything that was rec alllgatoi would not staive to death In bund to
that we met with encouiagement on man nims, who had seen the fight from ommended to me and what I saw ad n bilekjud, and fiom what 1 know of the bone. Tainting with the shock and
every hand. If the people hid been op u distance and Instnntly realized that vertised, but I could get no relief. Fin- the membei I nm eel tain he would not pain the luckless mun fell so that tits
posed to the work It would have been The Oldest Kontucky Politician. isoi..cthlng was doing. Ho also sunk his ally ,1 procured Doan's Ointment. After starve under the conditions mentioned, breast enmo In contact with a conduc-
Impossible, but they are not and the General Simon Pollvar can doubtless big gaff Into tho struggling Fea ele- a few applications I was much re- Ah a mattei of fact I havo seen alllga- tor bearing high voltnge. His breast
woik was soon carried to completion." lnj' claim to being the oldest man In phant, and bj' taking turns the two lieved, and, continuing the tieatment, toi s eat brick bats, plno knots, old was sovetelya burned)
General Sanger leaes for Washing- Kentucky who will take an active part men securely held It until It fought I was soon completely cured. I have shoes, and a few other things that the sizzling flesh
ton by commercial liner w here he goes In a political campaign this fall. Al- into complete exhaustion, tin felt no signs of thnt Intolerable Itching supposed to be a llttlo haul on aio giving foi Hi n sickening odor.
to complete the report of the census though now 60 j'eais of age he Is en- struggle going on for one hour and since, and It Is four months ago since digestive sjslcm. 1'lno knots, as tho a Dr Kutsukl promptly uished to
which will In nil probability occupy gaged In trjlng to elect his minutes after Dims urilvtd, I used Doan's Ointment. To say that food, me a
from four to five months. Colonel Morris 15. Belknnp, the Re- soit of favorite with relief nnd hnd him carried Into rs
or for about three hours after Farns- - I was delighted Is only halt expressing I have seen them out them his olllce. Thero he called W. Naylor
The General has been In the Philip- publican nominee, governor of Ken-tuc- kj
v urth first gaffed It. my enthusiasm. I recommend this
pines about two nnd one-ha- jears.
The task of bringing It to the beach remedy whenever tho opportunity U Just for
pistlmo as they did not seem to assist him unci after lie had bandag
Ho was formerly Inspector General of tool, up another half hour. It wa's presented. You may publish my state- to be eating for tho purpose ot
a feeling of hunger. Up to tho himtho
wuundH of the sufferer lie seat
the Division of the Philippines and Is Raises Constitutional Qujrtlon. tcweJ In h' both launches, mid n doz- ment at any time and I can nlwaj-- bo s
delighted with the Idea of returning to time that I Invaded the marshes of to his home.
Washington. en lien worked themselves tired drag- found at 320 S. Main street, and will
The departure of King I'dvvard from ging .'t up on tho bench. Although the vouch for the Barno " this state I thought tho dog had tho Tho Injured lineman was unconscious
Ho Is confident that tho census has constitutional usage In pardoning an Doan's Ointment Pills for sale by nil best digestive system In tho woild, nnd foi half an hour or mote.
been complete and states that when Irish peasant nt the Instnnce of the tackle of Avalon Is ample for handling --H
the full report Is published It will con- queen has nroubed considerable com- all kinds of nsh up to 1,000 pounds, It dealers, price 50 cents Mntled by The ns a matter of fact tho dog has n
tain some Interesting reading for the ment throughout Hngland, especially wns Inadequato for this one, fnt It was Holllster Drug Co., agents for tho Ha- very lino nppnrutus foi gi hiding his Annual Kindergarten Meotlng.
public. among lawj-tis- , abnul twelve feet long and about llvo waiian Islands, food, Tho goat hns somen hut of a rep-
who aro looking up the Bemember tho name, DOAN'S, and utation In this lespect, too. Hut tho Tho fiiinual meeting nf the Fieo Kln-d-
"prerogative of paidon" and the feft in diameter gin ten nnd Chlldien's Aid Associa-
It was almost as large as a prlzo cow take no substitute goat, with his fondness for tin cans,
Involved In the king's ease.
IUinUMATISM Is a stubborn disease
to light but Chamberlain's Pain Balm
has cured It many times nnd will do Planted 80,000,000 LobHwro.
at a county fair, and It attracted ten
times as much attention. The entlro
population of Avalon turned out to seo
Broko tho Record.
f nnd the dog with his fondness for tion will be lie Id tmnoirow at 10 o'clock
bones, and ull other cieatutes that mo In the rooms of tho Y. M. a. A.
given good digestive systemK mnj' anniuil lepoit Tin
The stenmer Helene, In jesteidny make mom tor tho alligator, for tie Is of the piesldent will be
so whenever opportunity offers. This The Massachusetts fish commission th- - bU thing, which had been drawn
up to tho platform by means of a heavy morning fiom Hawaii, loaded In nt the stai ot tho hunch. I do not know lend nnd olllce- mo to bo elected
remedy Is a general family liniment hns planted about SO.000,000 lobster fry
nnd not only does It quickly relieve this J ear, and If one in a bundled hi .el. and tackle. Theio It remalnd Mahukona C195 hags of sugar on Sep- whj- - niture should havo given thn foi tho ensuing jear. A half hour o
rheumatic pains but It also cures lame would reach maturityfailure of the lob-
there would not fur a daj', and It quivered with life for tember 2G nnd 1070 bags on September saurian such a pun ci fill dlgestlvo tho nutiiml meeting the board of
back, stiff neck, soreness of tho mus- stermuch danger voung lobsters
cles nnd stiffness of the Joints. It Is cron. The
antiseptic and when applied to cuts, manyamong them Is ever, inni me ueatn
enemies, now ....'
have .o ... ... f,t
many hours nfter being taken out of
he wuter. Los Angeles (Cal.) Cor.
aco Jnter Ocean,
2S up to 11 15 a. m
foi It wnflld seem that lio supeivlhois will hold their legului
This Is reported by would not need It becimse nf the
Mr. FiaBer ot Mahukona ns bicaklng character of tho food ho lives on. Ah
monthly meeting and nil fi lends d Intel-este-
bruises, burns or scalds, heals such rate very hlfh. .. all records for d boats.
a rulo tho food substances found In
In kiiidergai ten woik aie ly
w omuls without maturation nnd In less marshes nrn of a soit kind, and aro invited to attend.
Improvement. "Is jour daughter Im- H-- -
time, than by an- - other treatment, and, rnnsii hkrshlf. proving In her music?" "I shouldn't Judge Gear's newspaper seems to bo easily handled, Hut whatever tho
unless the Injury Is verj- - severe, will Mrs. Yqungvved And what are thefe? b purprlsed," answered Mis, Cumrox; overjoved to find a Jail delivery decis- reason for It naturo tins nrovldtd tint A d win ship Is woitli about fali-sUe-
not leave a senr. Tor sale by nil deal-
ers and druggists, Benson, Smith &
Dealer Salt mackerel, mum. "the dog has quit howling every time ion of his which appears to have some alligator with guessgood, strong food $10,000 per mouth to nn Ainu lean
a hcu-po- it.
"Are they quite fresh?" Chicago sh- - alts down to the piano." Wash- grinder, and I ho needs It," New Hero's hoping Admhut Oluss
Co., I.td , agents for Hawaii, News, ington Star. law In It, Orltans t, suundrcm will come early mid stay lute
8 HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1903 SEMI-WEEKL- T.
Civil Borvlco Examination. J. If. KEALOHA. Further particulars can be had of land situated at Pearl City. In the
THE OLD RELIABLE Hatch & Ballou, attorneys for the District of Ewa. Island of Oahu, more
A civil service examination for the mortgagee's notice op foiie-cLostm- n Oahu Railway and Land Company, particularly designated as Lot 2. In
1 stolllco service, will be held tomor- sali;. assignee of snld mortgage. uiock 15, on that certain map or chari
row Applications will bo received by Dated Honolulu, October 2, 1903. recorded In said Registry Office lr
A It Ingnlls r.t the custom house not To nil whom It maj' concern: OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND Liber 121, on pages
The undersigned by virtue of the COMPANY, Containing an area o 23,000 square
later than four o'clock this nffrnoon. power of snli contained In that Assignee of Mortgage.
fin Siturdaj of next wtck there will be feet.
rirtnln Indenture of mortgnge mudc 25kG-- Oct. 2, 9. Terms: Cash In gold coin of the Uni-
an examination for second glade cus- by J. M. Kealoha an Mortgagor ted States. '
tom h"tie iivlce, for which applica- tr W. G, Irwin, J. A. Cummins, and HOW CHONO AND CHONO DOW.
W. D. Alexander, Trustees for the Deeds at tho expense of the pur-
tions "ill be received by Mr Ingalls OahU Bnllwny and Land Company,
, MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE- Further particulars can be had 01
up to four o'clock the previous Fildny as .Aiorigagees, uaicn uweinu-- r o, CLOSURE SALE.
afternoon. IM0, nnd recotded In the Hawaiian Hatch & Ballou, attorneys for the
Beglrtry of Convoj'ances In Honolulu, Oahu Railway nnd Land Company
V To nil whom It may concern: assignee of snld mortgnge.
Onhu, In Liber 129, pages which The undersigned by virtue of the
Now Plan. said mortgage wns assigned to the power of sale contained Dated Honolulu, October 2, 1903.
In that OAHU RAILWAY
akP undersigned Oahu Ballnay and Land AND LAND
ARRIA'ED The Inauguration of the European certain Indenture ot mortgage made COMPANY.
sjstem at the Rojul Hawaiian hotel Companj, now the holder and owner by How Chong and Chong Dow, Assignee of Mortgnge.
Tuesday, September 29. thereof, by the nforesald Mortgagees, as Mortgagors, to AV. G. Irwin, X A.
Stmr. Mnuna Loa, Slmerson, from began jesterday morning and It Is be by assignment dated jnnuary 1, 1S97, Cummins and AV. D. Alexander, Trus-
2526 Oct. 2, 9.
Lahnlnn, Mnnlaca, Komi anil Kim lieved the new plan will be very pop- nnd recorded In said Registry Office tees for the Oahu Railway and Land
having S. M. KAAUKAI.
Itli 6 000 bags of In Liber 171, page C7 et se'l
ports nt 5.44 n. m.
sugar, 258 bags taro, 220 bags coffee,
11 bunches bnnnnns, 42 kegs butter 41
POWDER ular with the tourist class and the
local guests. It Is announced bj' the
management thnt the grill or restau
published notice of Its Intention tq
foreclose such mortgage In the Hawai-
Company, ns Mortgagees, dated No-
vember 29, 1890, nnd recorded In the MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
Hawaiian Registry of Convej'ances In CLOSURE SALE.
boxes fish, 30 head cattle 23 bags aw a,
20 hogs, 9 cts chickens, C bags ginger
Absolutely Pure rant will ndhere ns clcycly ns possible
ian nnd English languages for a period Honolulu, Onhu, In Liber 129, pages
of three consecutive weeks, to wit, on 7,
which said mortgage was as- To all whom It may concern:
4 tins butter, 6 bundles dry fish, 300 THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE to popular prices. The chef Is repoited September 4th, 11th, ISth and 25th, 1903, signed to the undersigned Oahu Rail- The undersigned bj virtue of th
packages sundries to be one of the best cooks this side In accordance with law, hereby given way and Land Companj, now the hold- power of sale contained In thai
Stmr. Helene, Nelson, from Mnhu- - of Xew York.
notice that the property covered bv er and owner thereof, by the aforesaid certain Indenture of mortgnge madi
Stoni and Kawalhae at r. 40 a m with said mortgnge will be sold nt public Mortgagees, by assignment dated y by
Jan-uar- S. M. Kaaukal ns Mortgago
10,837 bags sugar, 75 bead cattle, 1 case The three-maste-
d schooner Alleni miction nt the uuctlon rooms of -J r 1. 1S97, and recorded In said Rsk-Ist- to AV. G. Irwin, J, A Cummins am
merchandise. was ut Mnhukona when the Helene left, BY AUTHORITY. Morgnn, In Honolulu, on Saturdaj- the Ofllcc In Liber 171, page 67, et sen , AV. D. Alexander, Trustees for the Oa
Stmr. Nllhau, AA Thompson, from and was loading In stignr A Bulletin 10th day nt October, 1903, at 12 o'clock hnvlng published notice ot Its Intention hu Railway and Land Company, a
Jnahola at 7:32 a. m. with 27 pack-ige- s blunder gae the vessel the name of CANDIDATES FOB COUNTY noon of suld dnj. to foreclose such mortgage In the Ha- Mortgagees, dated November 29, 1890
sundries. Aiohn. orncDs. The property covered bj' said e rfort-gag-
waiian and English languages for a and recorded In the Hawaiian Regis
Wednesday, Sept 20. The Xorweglan bark Sigurd goes to nnd intended to bo sold as afore- Period of three consecutive weeks, to try of Conveyances In Honolulu, Oahu
Tncoma for a lumber cargo after dls cry Candidate for a County office said. Is described ns follows: wit. on September 4th, 11th, 18th nnd In Liber 132 pages which sale
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kauai L"
All that certain piece or parcel of 23th, 1903, In accordance Willi law, here-b- y mortgage was assigned to the under
port", nt 5:55 a. in, with 10S bigs r, su-;a- charging her coal cargo. In the Counties of Bast Hawaii, Welt land situated at Pearl Cltj--, In the
143 bags rice bran, 100 bags rice, The British ship Forfardshlre will Hawaii, Maul and Knual muHt file his gives notice that tho property cover- elgned Oahu Railway nnd Land Com
probably sail Saturdaj for Port Town- - nomination paper nt the olllco of the District of Ewa. Island of Oahu, more ed by bald mortgage will be sold ut pnny, now the holder and owner there
1 bbls. pol, 10 casks, 20 imply bids, SO particularly designated ns Lot 2,
Secretarj of the Territory', In Honolulu, public auction nt the nuction rooms of of, by the aforesaid Mortgagees, bj
pkgs sundries. send to receive loading orders. In Block 12, on that certain mnp or J. I'. Morgnn In Honolulu, on Saturday, assignment dated January 1, 1897, anc
Stmr. AVulalcale, from Maul port", at The Mlkahala arrived from Knual not later than fle o'clock on the aft- chart recorded In said Beglstrj OfTice
ernoon of Tuesduj, October 13th, 1903, the 10th day of October, 1903, at 12 recorded In said Registry OfT.ee in LI
1 r m. poits yesterday morning She reports In Liber 121, on pages o'clock noon of said day.
S. S. Isleworth, Sherburne, from the Lnhnlna still at Elccle discharging occompanled by a deposit of Twenty-fiv- e Containing an area of 20,000 square ber 171, page 67, et seq., having publish
The property covered by said mort- ed notice of
Islind, at 5 p. m, with phos- coil. Dollars. feet. gage and intended to be sold as afore- such mortgngeIts Intention to foreclosi
phates. The Lohua got in jesterday evening Nomlnntlon papers must be signed bj Term?: Cosh In gold coin of the Uni- said, Is described as follows:
In the Hawaiian am
(2i) duly English languages for period of threi
fehr Levi AVoodbury, from Hawaii
, from Molokol ports She was delayed not less than twenty-liv- e ted States. AH that certain piece or parcel of consecutive weeks, to a wit, on Seotem
at G p m. by taking politicians fiom Molokal to Qualified electors of the County for Deeds at the expense of the pur-
land situated at Pearl City, In the ber 4th, 11th, 18th and 23th, 1903, li
Thursday, October 1, 1903. Maul. which such election Is to be held. chaser. District of Ewa, Island of Oahu, more accordance with luw, herebj gives no
G. B. CAItTBIt, Further particulars can be had of
Am. bktn Coronado, Potter, 14 dajs The Dlrigo will probably sail tomor Secrctnry of the territory.
particularly designated ao Lot 3 In tlce that the property covered by sale
from San Francisco at 7 u. m. row for Delaware Breakwater with .' Ilntch & Ballou, attorncjs for the Block 8, on that certain map or chart mortgage will be sold ot public auctioi
cargo of sugar. She has signed a new C. B BUCKLAND, Oahu Hallway and Land Company, recorded In said Reglstrj Office In at the auction rooms of J. r. Morcan
Schr. Ka Mol, from Kohnlalcie at 7 Electoral Beglstrar.
a. m. crew. The Dlrigo will take 5100 tons assignee of said mortgnge. Liber 171, on pages In Honolulu, on Saturday, the 10th da
of sugnr around the Horn. Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1903. 25.11
Dated Honolulu, October 2, 1903. Containing nn area of 11,250 square of October, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon o'
Stmr. Kalulanl, Wilson, from Ka-
walhae and Hamakua ports at 7 a. in. The Mlkahala sailed lapt cienlng for OAHU BAILWAY AND LAND Met. said (lay.
ulth 03 head cattle 672 sacks sugar, 275 COMPANY, Terms: Cash In gold coin of the Uni- The property covered by said mort
Kauai ports. FORECLOSURES Assignee of Mortgage. gage and intended to be sold as afore
sacks coffee and 11 p ickages sundries. The J. A. Cummins sailed jesterday ted States.
-- 4. morning for Koolau poits
252G Oct. 2, 9. Deeds at the expense of the pur- said, is described as follows:
T. J, MCLAUGHLIN. chaser. All that certain piece or pareel.o
DEPARTED. The Tearless was laid up jesterday THOMAS J. HAYSELDEN. Turther particulars can be had of land situated at jpearl City, In th'
Tuesday, September 2D. while cleaning her boiler. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FOIIE-CLOSUB- E
Hatch & Ballou, attorneys for the District of Ewa, Island of Oahu, mor,
S S. Nippon Maru, Greene, for San The Alnmula Is due this mdinlng. SALE. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF Oahu Railway and Land Company, particularly designated as Lot 1, 1
Francisco at 5 30 p. in. Shu brings soen dajs' mall. SALE. nsslgnee of said mortgage. Block 15, on that certain map or char
Stmr. Noenu, Poderson, for Honok.ia The Lehua sailed for Molokal and To all whom it may concern: Dated Honolulu, October 2, 1903. recorded In said Registry Office I
and Kukulhaele. Lanal poits jcsteidaj at noon. The undersigned bj viitue of the To all whom It may concern: OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND Liber 121, on pages
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Illlo and power of sale contained in that cer- The undersigned by virtue of the COMPANY, Containing nn area of 30,000 squni
The Islewoith began discharging her
waj ports nt noon. cnigo of phosphates jesteidaj. tain mortgage made by T J. Mc- - power of sale contained In that Assignee of Mortgage. reet.
Stmr. Maul, F. Dennett, for Maul Liughlln, ns Mortgagor, to the Oa certain indenture of mortgage made 2526 Oct. 2, 9. Terms: Cash In gold coin of the Un!
ports nt 5 p. in. The Dlrigo has ileared foi Delaware hu Railway and Land Company oa bj Thomas J. Hajselden as Moit-gug- or
Stmr. AV. C, Ilnll R Thompson, for Bieakwute She will get away Sat- - Mortgagees, dated August 22, 1890, and to AV. G. Irwin J A. Cum- Deeds at the expense of the put!
in day. CHUNG SER
Maul, Kohala and Kona ports at recorded In the Hawaiian Registry mins and W. T". Alexander, Trustees chaser.
2- ' The police linvi1 In custody tlneo of Conveiances In Honolulu, Oahu. in for tho Oahu Rallwaj and Land Com- particulars can be had cl
sailors fiom the Biodlc CniSlle, who Hi. on pages having panj, ns Mortgagees, dated December MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE-
w.isollne schr. Eclipse, Gihnn, for Lib. - 415-4- R
CLOSURE SALE. Hatch & Ballou, attorneys for tr
UjuI and Hawaii ports, 5 n. in nn neiii ns deseiteis miliUklioil notice of Its intention to 15, 1590, and recorded in the Hawaiian Oahu Railway and Land Compan;!
fichr Chas. I,. Woodbury, Hanis, for The baikentlno Coionndo ni rived foreclose sucli mortgage in the Ha- Reglstrj of Convej'ances in Honolulu,
To all whom It may concern: assignee of said mortgage.
Illlo, 5 i, in. jestcid.aj- - morning from San Finnclsco. waiian and English languages for a Oahu, In Liber 132, pages which 9,
The undersigned bj viitue ot the OAHU Honolulu, October 2, 1903.
AVcdnesdny, She innde the inn down In foutteen nerloil of three consecutive weeks, to said mortgage was assigned to the power of sale contained RAILWAY AND LAND
ilajs. Two passciigeis came down In wit on September 4th, 11th ISth and undersigned Oahu Rallwnj and Land in thnt COMPANY,
iGnrr.VtihiU, AV Thompson, for a AVnl-me-
J5th 1903, In accoi dance with law, Companj. now the holder and owner certain Indentuie of mortgage made
and Kok.ih.l, nt I p. m. the Coronndo by Chung See ns Mortgagor to
Assignee of Mortgage..
Tile steamer Kalulanl made a special hercbj gives notice that the property thereof, by the aforesaid Mortgagors, AV. G. Irwin, J. A. Cumpilns nnd AV. D. 2326 Oct. 2, 9.
Stmr. Xm.ur, I'ederson, for Honoka.i coveicd by said mortgage will be sold by assignment dated Januarj' 1, 1S97,
and Kukuili.icle. at noon. ttlp fiom Kawalhae to Honolulu, ar- - Alexander, Trustees for the Oahu Rall--
livlng jesterdaj' morning She brought at public auction it the uurtlon looms and recorded In said Reglstrj" OtTIco aj
Thursdiy, October 1, 1903 of J F Morgan, In Honolulu, on Sat- In Liber 171, page 07 et sen, having and Land Companj, as Mortga-
cattle and sailed dlicct for Illlo again, gees, dated November 29, 1890, and
Strai. JCaluI ml, for Illlo at 5 p. in it live o clock. in d i,the 10th ilny of October, 1903, at published notice of Its Intention to HENRY F. HEBBARD.
Jim sUir. W II. Muston, Cuitls, or li o lock noon of said dn
foreclose such mortgage In the Hawai- recorded In the Hawaiian Registry of
'1 he property covered b) said mort- ian and English languages for a peiicxl Conveyances in Honolulu, Oahu, In MORTGAGEE'S
Sn rniinln at 2 30 o'clock gage .and intended to be sold as aforc-s.- of tlnee consecutive weeks, to wit, on Liber 131 pages which said mort-
NOTICE OF FORE I
Jimr. J. A. Cummins, D Bennett, for gnge was assigned to the undersigned, CLOSURE AND SALE.
KiUiu ports, about S a in
tihr. AVnlnkalo, Cooke, foi Kllauea
at 4 p m.
ELECT w is described as follows:
All that certain piece or parcel of
land situated at Pearl City in the Dis
September Ith, 11th, ISth and 25th, 1901,
in accordance with law, hereby gives
notice that the propertj covered bv
Oahu Railway and Land Comoany
now the holder and owner thereof, by toNoticepower
Is heiebj given that pursuai
of sale In that certal
trict of liwa. Island ot Osiiu aiorc part- said moitgagp will be sold at public the aforesaid Mortgagees, by assign- mortgage
Slmi Htlene, AVelr, for P.iauhaii,
auction at the auction looms of J F.
made by Henry F. Hebbai
ment dated January 1, 1897, and rec- of Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, to V
Kuk.iiau Otikal.i, Uiupihoehoo and icularly designated as Lots 4 and 5 in
5 p in. Block 15 on tint certain map or chart Morgnn, In Honolulu, on Saturdaj. the orded In said Registry Office in Liber C. Wilder, and W. F. Allen and A.
at 10th day of Ortobei, 1903, at 12 o'clock 171, page 67, et seq, having publish-
Stun Mlkalula, Giegory, for Knual
Ppits at u p. in. OFFICERS recorded in said Registry Office in Lib-
er 121 on pages 241-2- 4 1. noon of said day.
The property covered bj said mort-
ed notice of its Intention to foreclose Judd, administrators of the Estate
such mortgnge In the Hawaiian and Honolulu,
S. G. AA'ilder, doing business in so
Stmr Luhun, Xapala, from Molokaf, Containing an area of 40,000 square gage and Intended to be sold as afore- English languages for a period of thiee under the firm name ar
Maul and Linai poits at noon. stylo & Company,
consecutive weeks, to wit, on Sootem-be- r Augustof AA'ilder date
- said, Is described as follows:
Terms: Cash in gold coin of the All that certain piece or parcel of 4th, 11th, ISth and 25th, 1903, In 16th, 1892, and recorded In tl
passengers arrived. Punahou Athletic Club United States.
Deeds at the expense of the pur-
land situated at Pearl City, In the accordance with law, lieiebj gives no- Office of the Registrar of 143 on pag
JVr -- tmr. Maun i T.oi, September 29, District of Ewa, Island of Oahu, more tice that the pioperty coveied by said In said Honolulu, in Liber
from Kan pons T Xishltii, S T.makii,
chaser. particularly designated as Lot 19, In moitgagc will be sold at public auction 117 to 119, which mortgage has beil
J. - K Kiiwaln. 11 It Wood, Mis I. Hold Its Annual Turthcr particulars can be had of Block 10, on that certain map or chart at the auction rooms of J. r. Morcan, duly assigned to Wilder & ComDnnl
in Honolulu, on Saturday, the 10th day Limited, a Hawaiian corporation, til
Hatch & Hallou, attornevs for the Oa recorded In said Beglstrj Olllce In LI
T rckaidt, Knh.iuu Makn, lte John hu Kailwaj and Land Companj', Mort of October, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon of nsslgnee of the mortgagee Intends
Akln.i, AV. lis man W Williamson, ber 121, on pages 243-24-
Mis. i: K Llllkiilinl and family S Meeting. BiRCC Containing an area of 13,630 square snld daj. foreclose said mortgage for condltb
Lesser. Mis, Williams, fiom Kona
Dated Honolulu. Octobci 2, 1903 feet. The property covered by said mort- broken, to-w- nt
poits Miss J K Hush X S Akana, ('. OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND Terms: Cash In gold coin of the Uni- gage and Intended to be sold as afore cipal and Interest when due.
kona, i; T.angei, Miss It Todd, Dr. COMPANY, ted States. said, is described ns follows: Notice Is also given that after thr
The Puiinlnm Athletic Club will put Mortgagee Deeds at the expense of the pur- All that certain pleco or parcel of weeks after the date of this notice t
'" E. I'amp and wife, Shl?o, fiom
!Nr.in( ports O Alilmil, Mis. M. F. both a football nnd basket ball team 2520 Oct 2. 9
chaser. land situated nt Pearl Cltj, In the property conveyert in said mortga
Scott. Quon Chong, lye Lit, Mis. C. In the Held tills season. A largely rurthcr particulars can be had of District of Ewn, Island of Onhu, more will be sold at public auction, at t
HnjsildiMi, c Dunkhisj, r, s. g Aini-ttion-
C. YICK LEONG. Hatch & Ballou, nttornejs for the particularly designated ns Lot 6 In auction rooms of Jas. F. Morgan, au
and 4S deck. attended meeting of the clulr w.ih held Oahu Rallwaj and Land Companj. Block S and Lot 3 In Block 13 on that tioneer. Knahumanu street, in sa
jesteiday afternoon In the Y. M C. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF rORE- - nslgnee of said mortgage. certain mnp or chart recorded In said Honolulu, on Saturdaj, 24th day
Par stmr Mlkahali, from Knual CLOSl'RE SALE. Dated Honolulu, October 2, 1903 Registry Office In Liber 421 on sages October, at 12 o'clock noon.
ports, Sipt. "0 W J l)ei, T. Ishikn-w- A. looms and the ollicers elected foi
OAHU RAILAVAY AND LAND 4 Tho premises covered bj said moil
Shung Kie, Yee Shong, Hazakawa, the ensuing je.ir. COMPANY. Containing an area of 31,250 sauare gage and Intended to be sold as afoil
M A. Unnnles, V Flshei, 11. H. To all whom It may core"-- !: snld, consists of a piece or parcel
W. T. D.ibhitt presided .u the meet- The undeislgned by virtue of the Assignee of Mortgage. feet.
Gm still and wife, Master G irstln, Con-
ing and Flunk Auuslrong ncted as sec-- power of sale contained in that 232C Oct. 2, 9 Terms: Cash In gold coin of the Uni- land situate In Pearl City, at Mannt
sul General Mlki Silto, C Shlozawa, H
ted States. !n the District of Ewa, on the Island
Mrs Miikiikiuwiln, 11 tarj. (i tain Indenture of mortgnge made
C. Smalley. by C. Tick as M01 tgagor J. M. CAMAEA JR. Deeds at the expense of the pur- Oahu, In the Territory of Hawaii, a
Miss DalS, Mrs Kawaluna, Mis J. Ka-a- V II. Cooke, last jeni's manager of to W. G. Irwin, J. A. Cummins nnd W.
chaser. designated as Lot No. 4, Block 16, up
J A. Aklna, Miss Hacklaith and the football teim, leported lecelpts D. Alexander, Trustees for the Oahu MOETGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE Further particulars can be had of n map or diagram of said Pearl Ci
from the football nssoclntlon of $199 03, Railway and Land Company, ns Mort- CLOSURE SALE Hatch & Ballou, attorneys for the duly authorized and ndopted by t
1S90, ana Oahu Rallwnj nnd Land Company, Oahu Railway ar.d Land Compai
nnd epemlltutcs of $163 50. In addi- gagees, dnted November 29, ISeglstry
recorded In the Hawaiian To nil whom it maj concern: assignee of said mortgage. Limited, and recorded In liber 1
PASSENGERS DEPARTED. tion theie was a donation of JJ5 to the of Convej'ances The undersigned by virtue of the pages 243 to 243 in the Office of t
In Honolulu, Oahu, Dated Honolulu, October 2, 1901.
Per btmr Maul, Siptember 2', for Y. M. C. A and an expenditure of In Liber 129, pages which raid 4, power of sale contained in tlj.it OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND Registinr of ' Conveyances, Honolu
Kahulul H P Bildwln. Hany Bald-wl- n,
ceituin indenture cif mortgage made COMPANY, the snld lot having a frontage of
Ah Bow, Mrs Beaumont, Mrs. $1113 for decoiatlons,
leaving the mortgage was assigned to the under-
signed Oahu Hallwny and Land Com- bj J. M. Ciinara, Jr , Trustee, Assignee of Mortgage. feet on Lehun Avenue and a decth
Nicholson, Miss Shelleld, Cluules Copp, tieiisuij evenly balanced as Mortgagor, to A. G. Irwin, J, A. 200 feet.
panj", now the holder and owner 2526 Oct. 2. 0.
Jr. W. J Cot Urn A. W. Carman, J. The ehaliinan appointed C. F, AIe-and-
thereof, by the nforesald Mortgagees, Cummins einn AV. D. Alexander, Trus Terms: Cnsh; United States gl
I'roll, Slstei iA'ontdi, Sister Benedlcta, Hcmenwaj- and Wllllainson as
- tees for the Onhu Railway and Land C. DIN SINO. coin.
SIstirM Iteata, Di P I' Fiear. D C. a new committee on constitution for by assignment In said January Office dated 1, 1897,
and recorded Registry Companj, as Mortgagees, dated De Deeds nt the expense of the ml
Llndsaj , for Haua, F Wlttrock.v 17T, page (77 et seq- - having cember 6, 1890, and recorded In the MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE Or FORE- chaser.
Pel Mini Klnau, Septeinbei 29, foi the peimanent oiganlzntlon to be ef- In Liber CLOSURE SALE.
.he Volcano V M Dow ling, Miss fected by the club. published notice of its intention to Hawaiian Registiy of Conveyances In Further particulars may be had il
Dow ling, J H Hopkins and wife, E fmeelose such mortgige in the Hawai- Honolulu, Oahu, In Llbfr 123. vm- - on nppllcatlon nt Atkinson & Jul
Mr. Babbitt stated that a basket ian and English languages for period 11
3. which said mortgage was as To nil whom It may concern: nttornejs for assignee.
Glldemelster J B Newpoit nnd wife, signed to the undersigned Oahu Rail- Tho undersigned bj virtue of the (Signed)
Mr. De Ban y nnd wife, J G MnoFady-enn- ; ball team should be oignnlzed and John nf three consecutive weeks, to wit, on AVILDER & CO.. LTD ,
:5th, 1903, way and Company, now the hold poiver of sale contained In that Assignee of Mortgaged
for Illlo Mis Elliott, How Long, Mnieallino was elected captain of the September 4th, 11th. 18th and hereby gives er and owner thereof, by the aforesaid certain Indenture of mortgnge mado Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1903.
and 2 otheiH. A K Nawahl and wife, team, nnd will begin Its organization In accordance with law, Mortgagees, by assignment dated Jan- by C Din Sing as Mortgagor to
Miss K Notlev E Flnhr, C B. notice that the pioperty coveied bv 2522 Sept. 18. 25, Oct. 2, 9, 1C.
Immedlutelj Sam Walker was elected said mmtgage will be sold at public
uary 1, 1897, and recorded In said Reg- AV. G. Irwin, J. A. Cummins and W.
J. Schwaitz, Mrs M. O. San-lo- s, as maungei. istry Olllce In Liber 171, page 67 et seq , D. Alexander, Trustees for tho Oahu
nnd son, A 11 Jackson; for auction nt the auction moms of ,J. F. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
on Saturdaj-- the having published notice ot Its Intention Rallwnj nnd Land Companj, ns Mort-
Jaied G Smith, Chock In nnd W. A. Andepsou wns elected ns cap-la- Morgan, In Honolulu, 1941, at 12 o'clock in
to foreclose such mortgage In the Ha gagees, November 29. 1890, and
of the football team, only the mem-bei- s. 10th day of October,
2 children, Mis Chan See and 2 chll-div-
recorded In the Hawaiian Registry of ESTATE HARRY NUNN.
foi Mahukuna Mr. Batcheldi'i, noon of said daj waiian nnd English languages for a
of the last j ear's team having a The property covered by said mort- period of three consecutive weeks, to Convej'ances In Honolulu, Oahu In TO CREDITORS BY I
J F. Woods, foi Lihalna Geoige B voice In the selection, gage and Intended to be sold as afore- wit, on September 4th, 11th, 18th and Liber 132, pages which said mort- NOTICE MINISTRATRIX.
Sturgeon, Rev J. Keklpi. gage wns assigned to tho undersigned
man said, 1b described as follows 3th, 1903, In accordance with law.
I'er stmr Lchua, Oct 1, for Innl, Albeit Watcrhouse was elected All that certnln pleco or parcel of hereby gives notice that the propertj Oahu Railway nnd Land Company, The undersigned, duly appointed
Mrs Gibson and 2 children. Mrs. J. J ager for tho football team. C. II. Cooke land situated nt Pearl City. In the covered !j said mortgage will be sold now the holder nnd owner thereof, by
Mathews. declined reelection. Mortgagees, by assign- mlnlstrntrlx of tho Estate Kauai.
of of Hal
District of Ewa, Island of Onhu, more at public auction nt the nuctloirooius the aforesaid Nunn, Makawell,
Fit .stmr Mlkahala, Oct. 1, for Kauai, Mr. Steele was reelected captain of particularly designated as Lot 3, In of J F Morgan, in Honolulu, on Sat- - ment dated January 1. 1897, and record, ceased Into Intestate, hereby gives notlcl
T. II. Cocke and friend, W. C. King,
the baseball team, nnd J, O. Carter, Jr, Block 15, on that certain map or chnrt urdnj. the 10th day of October, 190J, nt ed In said Reglsry Office In Liber 171,
wlfo and chlldien, Aka, S. R. Kal, Mr. ns manager. recorded In snld Registry Office In Li- 12 o'clock noon of snld day page 67, et fceq , hnvlng publish all persons having claims against tl
Fisher, Miss La Reiu, M. I. Wilcox, Tho property covered by said mort- ed notice of Its Intention to foreclose estate
to present same to me nt Mai
The first practice of the football team ber 121, on nn area of 20,000 square Henry Smith,!
Mrs. Bomke. Containing gnge and Intended to be sold as afore- such mortgnge In the Hawaiian nnd well, Kauai, or to In Honolulu,
will be held Monday afternoon at five feet. said, Is described as follows: English languages for n period of threo Judiciary Building, lull
Bhipping Notes. o'clock. Terms: Cash In gold coin of the uni- All that certain piece or parcel of consecutive weeks, to wit, on Sentem- - of Oahu, before the expiration of they will be
- ted Stntes. land situated nt Pearl City. In the ber 4th. 11th, 18th and 25th, 1903, in months from dote, or
Will Hour or Fleet. Deeds at th expenso of the pur- District of Ewn, Island of Oahu, more nccordanco with law, hereby gives no ever barred.
Repairs are being made to the Blew particularly designated ns Lot 11 In tice that the property covered by said And all persons owing said estate!
r wharf. Ollkeis nf the navnl station expect chaser. Block 3, on that certain mnp or chart mortgago will bo sold at public auction requested to mnke Immediate setl
Further particulars can be had of
The barkcntlne Amelia Is on the to learn today mure definitely of tho Hatch & Ballou, attorneys for the nt tho auction rooms of J. F. Morgan, ment with mo at said Makawell I
recorded In said Registry Olllco In Li-
marine rallwaj Intentions of the IMcltlc bo.uadron Oahu Hallway and Land Companj, ber 121, on pages in Honolulu, on Saturdaj, the 10th day with Henry Smith nt the place nfl
The Siberia, sailing on October C, w 111 towards Honolulu, Containing nn area of 11,250 square of October, 1903, ut 12 o'clock noon of said.
The cable' dis- assignee of snld mortgage. feet. said dav. Dated Makawell, Kauai, Septenl
tarry the next mall to the coast. patches told of 11 prospective .lslt of Dated Honolulu, October 2. 1903.
The asphalt pavement for the remod- OAHU HAILWAV AND LAND Terms: Cash In gold coin of the Uni- The property covered by said mort- 12. 1903.
eled Oceanic dock Is about to be laid. t' 0 Meet to Honolulu over a week ago, COMPANY, ted States. gage and Intended to be sold ns afore- HELEN NUNNI
Deeds at the expense of the pur- said. Is described as follows: Administratrix of said EataJ
The Wulaleale airhed jesterday af- and the Alameda should bring news of Assignee of Mortgage.
chaser. All that certain piece or parcel of 2522- -5t ,
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