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HONOLULU STAR BUJ.LET JX, THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 1912.
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GERMAN SHIP LOSES BIG SUM
The owners of the German ship H.
Hackfeld now at this port, and pre-
pared to go to sea within the neic
twenty-four, hours, stand to lose be-
tween seventeen and twenty-thousand
. dollars on a charter to carry grain
r: .Kingdom, mainly because the charter J TACOAIA, Wash., Aug. 4. News
X"- ."when rates were at lower ebb. ,was brought by the British steamship
.'i V' Rates hare been going up in leaps Teucer from the Orient that the Jap
and bounds. This morn in? it was anese steamship line which had been
pointed out that lumber rates from the threatening to abolish the rebate on
, Pccific coast to Sydney for instance tea freights placed a new. tariff in ef
were quoted at' 300 shinnlngs in 1909. fect July 10, under which the rate on
v Last March, rates ttood at 51-3 shlll- tea will be 5.50 per ton and the re-
; lnrs with the July Quotation Increased
TO oZ-O SmiUngS.
Not a great while ago the gram
: rates from Portland to London stood
t i at 28-9 shillings while the Dresent auo -
tation is placed at 413 shillings, show
ier a decided increase.
v The H. Hackfeld arrived here from
European ports' pn July 23rd. This
vet eel brought a large cargo including
fertilizer, cement, and general mer-
. .The vessel has been ' fumigated asd
i preseni ume, a quanmy oi oauau:
I';- parture fpr the Columbia river.
V, Hsna Wharf Extension Complete.
, A" The extension to Hana, Maui, wharf
, baa been completed and a forcfr of
wonunen erapioyea on ine contract lor,
many months past returned to Hono-
f lulu in the, steamer ClaudJne.
Thtf extension to the wharf, is said
; trill permit of a far more expeditious
, ranaiing oi cargoes rrom jsiana sieam -
, . era at well as the big shipments or
"'freight - from the mainland ; coming
own to the Maui port from Han Fran
. i clico in 'windjammers.' v . -
Superintendent Morse, and several
divers who have been employed at the
V Haha wharf have reported to the pub
'f lie works department for further duty.
Sierra Leaving With Fair Cargo.
:: The Oceanic Steamship - Sierra is,
4- -tl n 1 I
- tz,u a osco at. kwb.d.
;rday,wlth a fAiMized cargo ade-
I??1 V11? fcojocts of Ha-
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vith 18.000. sacfaj sugar 20,000 cases
of preserved pineapples, 5000 bunches.
: tananas, and a quantity of sundries
: including ' honey, rice, - coff.ee and
hides. The Sierra is destained to
carry a large list of cabin passen
gers, at least .one hundred; names
; row belli on file at the office of C.
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American-Hawaiian' Movements. .,.
1 Three American-Hawaiian, freighters
have been placed on the berth to sail
from Puget Sound for the Hawaiian
Islands, on regular schedules calling 1 ' . . 1
for the depart of the Mexicanlrom 1 tTIfl
;i5eatUe on August 21. followed by the ?no0nUth
Columbian; on. Beptember 1. and the ofJ1
"Alaskan on September 12.- These ves-, "ef.rajlway ror recaulKln and re
r eel are to bring cargo from the East paiJ5f fI ,frt fl,ft Ato
, Coast of the United States transhipped Vci tte i 6 :
at Tehuantepec to the ' freighters In J fiL8Tna5 5
the Pacific triangular service. jrate that presages the departure of
The Mexican, the first vessel to ar- :5f J Pr ?lna Cruz, by way
: rlTA h.rit RhnnM roach . nnrt nn nP
' about August 30, : '
Bark Rithet May Bring Elopers.
- Honolulu on Tuesday, is ., said to have
left with two passengers who had but :
a few days before figured in an elope-
!T ToJclrT t. itT-1 c
menu F. B. jansen, jr., the 18-year-
old son of F. Bromley Jansen Sr..
wealthy member of a firm of expert
accounLnt. of that city, and his brtde
of three days, who was Miss Gene-
vleve Delano ; Marsh,: have embarked
The staunch bark . R. P. ' Rithet, i
upon the bark for Honolulu, to escape
from the wrath of the elder Jansen.
Llkellke Hastens Back to Kauai.
; , The Inter-Island, steamer Llkelike
is to be given quick dispatch for Ka-
- uai ports, the vessel having been
- placed on the berth to sail for the
Garden Island at 5 o'clock this even-.
' ing. The Likelike returned from the I Thursday, Ang. 22.
neighboring island yesterday with SEATTLE Sailed, Aug. 21, S. S. Mex
5500 sacks. According to a report ican, for Honolulu.
V brought by the purser, 8000 sacks of MANILA Sailed. Aug. 15, U. S. A. T.
sugar are awaiting shipment aj Ahu-I Logan for Honolulu.
vkinL The Likelike in sailing for Gar--.
. den Island ports this evening, will call
at Kllauea and Hanalel.
Logan Next Transport from the Phil-j All membeds of the Eighth precinct
ippines. of Fourth District Republican Club
r The United States Army Transport are requested to attend the meeting
v , Logan is the next army troopship to tomorrow night for the purpose
arrive at Honolulu from the Philip- nominating delegates,
pines, this vessel being due here on- Registrar M. H. Lemon, of the Ter
. .'or. about September 4th. The Logan ritorial Board of Health reports that
is reported to have sailed from Ma- the only deaths occurring during the
-. nila on August lth and will proceed first sixteen days of the present month
to Nagasaki, Japan, there to receive from contagious diseases were caused
"a cargo of coal destined for San by tuberculosis, which claimed seven
- Francisco. j Tictims during that period.
15i j Whether the new Territorial bond
iWailele to Carry Hawaii , Freight. ! ifcMie will be delivered to the purchas-
- The Interisland steamer Wailele is ers in its entirety on September 3
; to be dispatched for Hpnokaa and Ku- has not yet been decided, It is under
f cnihaele tomorrow afternoon, the ves- stood that the two local concerns who
sel taking a large'shipment of general bid for small blocks of the stock will
1 : merchandise and plantation supplies receive their share on that date, but
' for the Big Island. ; Governor Frear says that communieS-
s v ' tion is in progress with the Dig Cincin-
Two Windjammers Fixed For Hawaii, nati and -Cleveland syndicates who are
The British ship Juteopolis and the taking most of the stock and that a
K British bark Endora have been fixed later delivery for a portion of the
to bring shipments of fertilizer mater- issue may be approved by them. The
:lal for the Hawaiian islands. Cleveland and Cincinnati syndicates
' The Juteopolis is a fixture to de- are taking $1,350,000 of the issue.
AIM EARLY CHARTER
part from Hamburg with a general
The bark Endora, arriving at Mejil-
lones on June 12th is to take on a
shipment of nitrates destined for the
fertilizer companies of Honolulu.
. tate system will no longer be' in ef-!
jevu hub ib iiu lu uiKdu iua.i iue
Japanese lines operating to this Coast
from lne Orient have broken with the
. transpacific conference.
The Matson Navigation steamer Hy-
ades with a full shipment of sugar
and 824 tons molasses taken on at
; Kahulul is exnected to sail from Hllo
-for gan Francisco today. The Hyades
; has hppn p-athprin Riipar at several
jgIand porta and wnIle discharged
4 iarge general cargo and a big ship
ment of lumber.
The Matson Navigation steamer
! Luriine, leaving San Francisco shortly
after l o'clock vesteniav aftemnon.
B bringing a large general cargo to
the Islands. according to a cable re-
celved at the agency of Castle &
Cooke. The Luriine is reported to
have sailed with 4627 tons merchan-
dise for discharge, at Honolulu and
1 500 tons for Kahulul.
Today's arrivals included the Inter
Island steamer Helene, with 12,035
sacks of sugar and 76 head cattle from
Parker Ranch.. The officers report
northeast winds and smooth seas with
cloudy' weather. The Helene called
at Papaaloa and cleaned up all the
BU2ar sitrtTpA at the nlantAtinn "ware-
;. Collector Stackable is to dispose of
a quantIty cf old Junk, including a
row boat, an antiquated couch and a
platform scale to the highest bidder,
property is to be disposed of at
m J action
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wi iuu yurw, ia;ewiui6.
Taking a full cargo of supplies for
regulation ' ports on the Garden Is
land, the steamer W. G. Hall is to be
dispatched at 5 o'clock this evening.
rry a number of pas-
Befera anJ a consignment of mail,
frm the port, the Matson Navigation
steamer Honolnlan was reported
night The Honolulan, en route to
eVs ad" sea's Zm
,aU :W?P on. board-
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
LOCAL AND GENERAL
1-5 I 7.50j 2.14
7 54' Ml! 6.23
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8.25 5-41 S.22
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First quarter of the moon Aug. 19.
Kohala ScOffs af Mahukona
Project Maui Js Not
The Kohala Civic League composed
of the business men of the district
has addressed a strong set of resolu
tions to ther Harbor Commission di
reeled against the plans adopted for
the Mahukona wharf f It is declared
that if the wharf is constructed ac
cording to specifications the first big , M Government pursuant to appropri
winter storm will toss it into the . ations t made by the last session of
channel so blocking that watery thor- the Legislature,
oughfare, and that the building of the Federal Improvements One of the
wharf according to the plans will be!most important; results or annexation
nothing but' a wast of public money.
The plans call for a seawall of loose
btone and3 a macadam floor and the
Kohala people have asked to have
this changed to a seawall of concrete
end a floor of concrete slabs. " - v
irtt rrrnimpntine nn thnlnn and
thjg 'i resolutions the Kohala Midg;etf
fay 8: -; . ' ' .
- "Now it's up to the Harbor Com
mission to own ' the corn and save
the Territory thousands of -good dol
lars, and no end of delayed traffic,
by being big enough and sensible
enough to own that a mistake has
been made by some one, and by cor
recting it before It is everlastingly
I too late, to repent One more week's
work on the contract, and sackcloth
and ashes won't do any good.
"We understand that strong repre
sentations have already been made to
Honolulu, through Mr. Wheeler, who
saw the situation a week or two ago,
tnd that the' contractor held back on
that part of the work, hoping to have
word allowing ; him to Use. concrete;
but instead he received a wireless to
go 'ahead ndr;r specifications. We
cant believe that the .Harbor Com
mission understands the situation." :
In speaking of ithe action of the
Kohala people Marston Campbell of
the Board -of Public Works and Harbor-
Commission said that the plans
as adopted were the only ones avail
able when the funds for the- purpose
were considered, and that there was
not enough money on hand to build
the wharf along the lines suggested
by the Kohalans.
The Maul Chamber, of Commerce Is
not enthusiastic over the proposed
action of the Board of Harbor ' Com
missioners in purchasing- the . Claud
ice wharf at Kahulul, and ' intimates
as much in '-a communication read at
the commission's meeting yesterday
from W. F. Pogue, member of the
special ' committee appointed by the
Maui Chamber ot Commerce, to con
sider the subject. j
This committee asks for further in
formation and suggests ' a perscfnal
conference before the action is taken.
The committee suggests that the pur
chase be postpbned for a year, that
the Legislature be asked to repeal
that Item, of $100,000, in the loan
fund appropriation, and invest an item
of $100,000 in a ship's wharf at Kihel
It also suggests that an additional
dock, costing $9,000, be constructed
at Kihei. In reply to Commissioner
Wakefield's query as to why Maul
wanted a $100,000 wharf at Klhei,
Chairman Campbell remarked that
the Kahului Railroad Company
Is connected with virtually every
thing on Maui, the management of
that line probably could explain the
Chamber of Commerce's anxiety to
have a big wharf at Kihei, while the
railroad company still retains control
of the Claudme wharf at Kahului.
The Maui people will be asked to
prepare all necessary data on the sub
ject, and a personal conference will
be held when the harbor commission
takes its jaunt over to Maui in the
CHINESE THEATER FIGHT
THROWN OUT OF COURT
The assault and battery cases of
Henry Bredhoff. Carl Bredhoff, Jos
eph Leal, and Mrs. A. C. Kiechler were
nolle prossed yesterday morning by
the prosecution in view of the fact
that the assault and battery charges
preferred by Albert Kiechler against
the three men and similar charges
preferred against Mrs. Kiechler by the
same three men were of a technical
nature. The dispute involved was a
civil one over the possession of the
Chinese theater and was settled in the
circuit court to the advantage of the
two Bredhoffs and Joseph Leal.
The Eighth Precinct Republican
Club, Fourth District, will meet Fri
day, August 23, 1912, at San Antonio
Hall, Vineyard street, at 7:30 p. m.,
for the purpose of nominating dele
gates to the Territorial and County
conventions, in accordance with the
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Committee on Transportation
MlCCllCCOC PrmaMan Ahotf
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lands Urges Further Federal Appropriations for Aid
At the annual meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday af
ternoon, thV committee on harbors,
shipping and transportation, consist
ing of E. K. Paxton. chairman; E. U.
Tenney and E. H. Wodehouse, sub
mitted a statement reviewing the
ment iu the improvement of harbors!
in this Territory, and also covering!
the status of wharf improvements byj
the Territorial Government pursuant
to appropriations made by the last
session of the Legislature. Follow
ing are the portions relating to Fed
eral improvements, Honolulu Harbor
and Hllo Harbor, space not permit
ting the printing of more of the re
port this issue:
To the President and Trustees of the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce,
Gentlemen: In compliance with
your' request the undersigned Committee-submits
herewith a brief state
ment reviewing the work done by
the Federal Government in the im
provement of harbors in this Terri
tory; and '"also covering the status of
wharf improvements by the Territor-
has been the extensive harbor im
provements1 'in the Territory under
taken by the National Government.
When the Islands were taken over all
of the landings were mere open road-
Is steads, except Honolulu, with very
' little natural protection even in reg
I nlar -trade wind weather. The eu-
France to Honolulu Harbor was .nar
tow and- tortuous and the harbor it
self was 'entirely inadequate for the
-then -existing -traffic, which has since
been more than doubled.
The War Department of the United
States, realizing that adequate harbor
and transportation facilities are ab
solutely necessary for the develop-
ment of the "natural resources of the'111 adjacent thereto, a large por
Territory, proceeded on the theory
that at least one good, safe harbor
should be provided on each of the
four larger Islands of this group. The
results are that Honolulu Harbor has
been much enlarged and deepened ;
extensive improvements are under
way' at ' Kahulul, on the Island of Maui,
and Hllo, on the Island of Hawaii.
For the remaining . large island,
Kauai, preliminary surveys have been
made of , several ppints deemed wor
thy of possible improvement, culmi
nating, in the recommendation of the
District Engineer for the improve
ment of Nawiliwili , Bay at an estf
mated cost of $1,086,000. Said recom
mendation was submitted at the pres
ent session- of Congress, but so far no
action has been taken in the matter.
; In addition to the, work undertaken
by the Department of War the Navy
Department has just completed the
enormous task pf dredging a portion
of , Pearl 'Harbor, and is now engaged
1 in the construction of a large dry
dock, machine shops and other works, contracts the aggregate sum of" $1
necessary for the creation of a great 1 100,000. Of this amount approximate-
We will now review, seriatim, Fed
eral improvements at Honolulu, Hilo,
Kahului and Pearl Harbor.
Honolulu Harbor Work on Hono
lulu Harbor was begun by the Federal
Government under appropriation by
the River and Harbor Act of 1905. Atjed portion by the Lord-Young Engin
that time the entrance channel had a leering Company, at a cost of $200,
minimum width of 200 feet, and a
depth of about 35 feet at mean low
water. The harbor proper had a gen
eral width of 900 feet. Immediately
along the wharves for about 200 feet I
the water had a depth of 30 to 32 feet,!
but elsewhere there was only about
27 feet of water.
The existing project was subse
quently adopted by the River and
Harbor Act of March 2d, 1907.
(a) For an entrance channel 400
feet wide and 35 feet deep
(b) For cutting off
For . enlarging the - harbor
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Reviews Labor Performed and
Imnrmr Amnnto (fr nrinc lc
proper to a general width of UOO,'
feet, at a depth of feet at mean!
low water j
The total estimated cost 10 resuu m clearing up
th nmwt ti fi?sfiiRa!the - mystery surrounding two trae-
Total appropriations made
to date 975.000.0G
Ba"ce reluired t0 m' fi5. ftfl
Cublc yardage in project
Yardage now excavated
Balance to be excavated
The work of excavation has been
per formed under contracts by the Ha
waiian Dredging Company, the San
Francisco Bridge Company, and the
Standard American Dredging Com
pany. Practically all the money appropri
ated has been expended, and a little
over two-thirds of the total yardage
has been removed.
The accompanying map from the
United States Engineers' office shows
the status of the work" as of July 1st
1911. The entrance channel has been
widened to a general width of 400
feet, and was dredged to a depth of
35 feet which, however, subsequently
shoaled to 33 feet. The channel is
now being Credged to its former
The Lighthouse Point has been re
moved and the larger portion of the
dredging on the northwest side of the
harbor has been accomplished.
The total area of Honolulu Harbor
inside the harbor limits is 184.47
acres. . At the present time . its di
mensfons are 3,000 feel by 600 feet,
Laving a depth of 35 fees and- over,
aad 3,' Up-'by 850 feet bavin?, a depth
of " feet rcc1 over at nv an, lower,
lriw tides, the normal tide variation
is atout 2V fet.'
In connection with the dredging a
great deal has been done in the way
of reclaiming Quarantine Island and
tion of the dredgings having been de
Any further appropriations will be
devoted to widening the harbor In ac
cordance with the existing project so
as to, provide more maneuvering
space, and to render available addi
tional harbor frontage on which
wharves may be built
. Commerce In 1905 when the Im
provements were begun the total toa
t age was 665,000, valued at $41,859,
COO. '' In 1911 the tonnage amounted
to 1,168,709, valued at $71,405,669, in
eluding lnter-lsland traffic '
Hllo Harbor- The project for the
Improvement of Hllo Harbor, adopt
ed by Congress March 2d, 1907, con
sists of a rubble mound breakwater
10,170 feet long," on what Is known as
'"Blonde Reef," beginning at a point
on the shore about lmlles east of
CocoanUt Island. The estimated cost
of the total project is $1,700,000.
There has already been appropriated
and authorized on continuing con-
ly $600,000 has been expended.. The
completed structure is now 2,528 feet
in length, and was built by D. E.
Metzger, contractor, for the sum of
$400,000. In addition , thereto 2,48$
feet of sub-structure has been con-
(structed in advance of the com pie t
The contract covering the remain
ing $500,000 appropriated has been
awarded to the Breakwater Company
of Philadelphia, and the work of com
pletkig the breakwater on the sub-
structure already laid will proceed
rapidly, so that within a year there
should be nearly a mile of completed
As will be seen by the accompany
ing map the completion of this break
water will form a double harbor at
Hllo first, what is known as "Kuhio
Bay," and second, Hilo Bay proper,
i lying north of Cocoanut Island..
fCuhlo "vBay contai'ns; apT area "of !
To Clear fJuriior
Men Held for K:Ilinn Of SnlrilPr
mux neiu iot A.uing.01 cornier,
ana ior ueam oi woman l
Two indictments returned by the
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drcuit Judge 'A hitney this morning
djes which occurred in June and July.
'in the first of which Private Bostlc,
of the; Second Infantry, lost his life,
and in the 'second Mrs. Maria Rosa
proved the victim of a cruel outrage
K?rpetrated by a drunken Hawaiian
Kenito Galmendex, a Portuguese, is
indicted for murder in .the first de
gree accused of firing the fatal shot
in the affray at the O. K. block, Iwt
lei, in which Private Bostic gave up
Da life on the night of June 11.
Kou Kaplioho Is indicted on a
charge of manslaughter for his action
at the Mitamura Hospital on the night
of July 18, which resulted in the death
of Mrs. Rosa; Though convinced that
Kaplioho Js - responsible for the wo
man's death, the grand . jury makes
the smaller charge on the argument
that his act was commlttted "without
malice aforethought ; '' r
More or less mystery has shrouded
both cases. ' All the participants In
the . brawl at - Iwilei were so intoxicat-
SUPPOSED TO BE DYING,
NO INJURIES DISCOVERED
, Fifteen minutes after i John .Papaia
had been picked up' as seriously ' in-
jured internally and ; taken f to the
uccuo uusviiu ruj, punuv iiu'fanaia reDiiea. Dinner no cooa: no
noon, he was turned loose by the hos
pital authorities', and was - able to g6
Papala received his . Injuries as - the
result of an altercation with Lee. Yl I .When the police patrol arrivrl, Ta
Chan. proprietor of thetChina Chop pala was lying on the Hcor zr-z -.::!-House,
In which Papaia received sq 1 axd was rushed to the Qucc j I 03.
many kicks , in ; the. stomach ; and pltal. 1 ' ;
. - .; - . 1 . j - "Examinatloa at - the hospital failc.1
about 3.000 feet by 600 feet' hot lesj Uo.dose brc'..:.. Icr.n cr rl-r.j of
than 33 feet In depth, and Is coto4l3f"tcrrl f I--ricif; . ;:3 wai JU-
nietelv sheltered bv the breakwater!
already constructed. -This' harbor is
similar in outline to that of Honolulu,
and is almost as large. Near the ent
rance, 'however,' there Is a; small,' sub
merged reef ? containing about 115,000
fcv'o hftromnv AwianTroniHo'f
tion . of $76,000 for this purpose haslfj ' ccrsmlttco j :c
Wr. h nraaa-nt t? 1 ternoon to confer with t O.
ftnrf TTarhnr Wit nnti rvlU tiTnlnnhtortlw
be authorized at the present; session.
When this : comparatively small
amount is dredged there will be an
opeft. channel to sea' 600 feet in width.
- Immediately in front of Kuhio Bay
is a large basin not less than 43 feet
In depth, affording ampld shelter and tlo atJerflkroat t: 2 l'r :dt
anchorage for vessels while not actd-1 ,llnve had-, b e? 8oSstcd. and
ally Engaged in handling cargo. X fthat lt had included one cr two elcc
The area of Hllo Bay proper that trie, switch engines, to be. owned by
will be completely protected whenthef TeIr4t2T'. ;toJanle a11 "ri
breakwater Is finished la at. present i a? tne ith charges to tho
xs a 1 a k err uoalii uiJL SKax mail .va ireLt
Indeterminate, but- in the opinion of
the United States Engineers it . will
be not less than mOO acres, or sev
eral times -the are&4f Honolulu Har
bor. - Every foot of breakwater fin
ished from now on , will Increase the
protection of this portion " of Hllo
Harbor. .,' : ' vy; :.,
Commerce In tonnage handled in
Hllo Harbor In 1908 when improve-
ments were begun was 184,000,; valued charge of assault 1 and battery pre
at $16,000,000 and- in 1911thls had;frred -by the wife of the defendant
Increased to 308,381 ; valued at ; $17,-1 The I assault " was perpetrated yester-
AftA 9A , 4v,1fny : intaf.tiWinil rattf ' J - ; . . ' il. - . t .
Red Tag '
Is Still On
the police and military au
ttoritIea vcre unili0 to obtaia a co-
fcerent, reliable story from any of the
Eurvivora. and for a lonjr, time no ouo;
knew who "was responsible for tao'
rbot that killed Bostic v - ! J
Tn fad It ! is not definitely known,'
now whether evidence sufficient to
convict Galmendex has been gathered.
The mystery around the Rosa af
fair appeared to be the manner in
which the Mltamura hospital was con
ducted, that It should permit a drunk
en youth to walk into, the Institution, I
drag a sick woman Jrom Mr bed; and
beat her into Insensibility without in
terference from any of the uttendanU
who ordinarily; should be constantly .
on duty; .7 : ' -'; y,yi - - i .
According to the story -told at the
time of this attack.'.KapUoho attacked
two young women, one of them his
friend and the other the adugater of
Mrs. Rosa, before he reached Mrs.
Rosa's Aedside. Then he dragged out
the woman, who had undergone an op
eration only-a 'day or two previously,"
and beat her badly before her hus
band,: Manuel Rosa.4; appeared and
drove him away. , ;
The grand Jury 'returned no bill In
the case of I ta, a Japanese accused of
assault and - battery;: with ; a deadly
weapon.'. : v ), -.' :' V ' ' " '
Galmendex' and Kaplioho will be ar
raigned before Judge Whitney ; at 9
o'clock tomorrow morning, i '
bruises. In the side with a stick that
he was thought to bo dead when the
police arrived. ; ;v
f According -to witnesses who wero
In the restaurant at the tine, Parr.!
came In, ate hii dinner, and then
etor hln.t0 pay for i.
pay." -He then started to walk ' out
of the place tut th3 Ch!r:an:an toro
hlra. to eatth with a-- well dlrcctcj
leap and started to pummel Llm.
cirj;eu. i cur 1
COMMITTEE ;,:""r) '
To co;:; 0;: :lt u;:z
. ('. .'J'" t-'' ,
WaAefield and - 'Col.
r -1 .
charges' that nuy 1 Is r. l ' j
useof 'the belt lincy rz'.lwzy t .:::::ct-
fins' the' Honcluljr u vvhrv:3 r.:. I tlo
local railway ar.l-stirctr r 1'.: z.
;'Col.' McCarthy V. 3 tirno
Uro a" plan for tha ha:.:::, t c: fr.lzht
' 1 B.uu.iC eut 10 w -lue A
pense of their 'operation. This plan
will be discussed with the railway of-
m FOR BEATING HIS WIFE
Klhara, 'a - Japanese. wa3 sentenced
to serve' two months in orison: on a
I According to the testimony of"' the
wife; and mdther ' and her son, the
j father started -to leave 'hla wife last
i night and threatened to take the boy
, wlth him. "The child objected and the
father; after beating him with the
handle of a bromstfek, bit the child
in the shoulder. '; ' ; f ' '
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.-. , (JAS. H. - LOVE)
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