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Honolulu November S David Li-
eo, the hackmnn, appeared befo i
Judge Andrade this morning on i
charge of having usal th rea T piiltu
alienage towards Mary Ann Ad
drews, a girl with whom lie had been
living for soiiib time previous to tin
occurrence, which took place la--t
Miss Andrews took the stand, but
she was so frightened that for onu
time she was unable to speak. After
she had quieted d wn she said that
she had left Leleo, and had gone t
the place of Mrs. Eaton on the cor.
tier of Nuuanu and Vineyard streets
for protection. A little later Leleo
had arrived on the scene. He tol.i
her to no with him and when she re.
fused to comply with h's demand hi
struck her. Mary Ann thereupor
sought refuge under the bed and left
matters for Mrs. Katon to straighten
Mrs. Eaton was fully competent ti
do this. She is rather wellknown un
der her maiden name, Millie Morris.
and her deeds of prowess have on
several occasions come to the atten
lion of the authorities. For instance,
so.ne months aro, on an occasion
when her presence was desired at the
police station, it took four policemen
to remove her from her room.
Mrs. Eaton on the st' nd gave a
graphic description of how Leleo
came to grief when tie pitted himself
'Miss Andrews came to me and
asked me to protect her from Leleo,
she said. "A little r.flet wards Leleo
came, and 1 went out' on the street
to gel a policeman. I couldn't find
one, and when I came back I found
out that Leleo had struck Miss An
drews. Then I sent my husband to
the police station. Leleo said to
Miss Andrews that he would kill her
if she didn't go home with him, but
she was under the bed and wouldn't
come out. I told him to get out of
my houe II struck me and then 1
kicked him downstairs ad tie landed
sprawling on the ground. ....
Willie Crawfoad, who happened to
pass by the house at the lime of the
fracas, testih'ed that he had seen the
hackman's aerial flight down the
stairway impelled by a vigorous kick-
by Mrs. Eaton.
Leleo took the stand and stated
that he had neither struck nor threa
tened Miss Andrews, but he failed to
couvince the court, and was ordered
to furnish a bond to keep the peace
in the sum of $2.10, in default of which
he must go to jail for sixty days.
Judge Wilfley will
Pass Through Here.
Honolulu, November 2. Judge
Wilfley, against whom -Lorriii Ali
ens has Ins knife bared and who
has been the cause of a ruction in the
Mneiiean colony at Shanghai, will i
pass through Honolulu within thirty
days on his way to Washington on
leave. So rt ports W. Porter Hovd.
who passed through here on the
Persia on hi way to Washington
from Shanghai, wlice he has been in
the American Consular Service as
acting consul. The questions in dis
pute between Wilfley and the mem
bera of th? American bar at Shang- j
liui, Mr. iSoyd would not discuss, but
it is quite possible that Loirin An
drew's trip to the Capital has some
thing to nd wuh Judge Wi. (ley's haste
in following l.!m.
Mr. Royd himself is on his way tf-
nasmngion lor promotion, but when
his next post of duty is to be he does j
not know, l or three months of this
year and five months lastviar he
was acting-consul at Shanghai, anddlMit of the R.-ard of Health, i.ecause
it is probable that he will be sent j condit ions at the setlieir.eut there
somewhere in China. Mrs. Royd and art, Ut-coming such tlu-.t iifs us i.'ulness
children are already on the Coast. , hi (his ino.,t imioMi::it .'.ei.ai u.'nt
where Mr. Iiod will j.,in them.
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Honolulu, November 5.--Judge Dc
Roll yester ay rendered an opinion
on the application of C. A. Long for
approval cf his accounts, as admin-
Mrator de bonis non with wi'l annex- ! CJUSC f . row .lfiJe f,.(ml
edof the estate of R. W. Hoit, i.Htwo,)r Ullee ,,.,:uiclans hoss ex
""',""l 3,""l'" chucks wriar, ue .
ce. 'lares are large losses to the estate
iti administration. He says that one
apparent shortage of .V12,4." "should
be uccouuted for and made good, or
sat sfactorlly explained if possible."
A loan of $2000 was not approved,
having been made on property in
which the borrower had only a life
interest. "No bunr.ess man, alive
to h'. own inier-.Vi an-.t welfare, wrulci
iiiii'.ier such a t.ropo'-iti.in f.it a mo
'nent.'- says 1 1 1 o report, whiib addci'
" 'TJu l iii lt" th.' iuhiiini.striit'.oii of this
estate, extending over a per lod of al
most a half century, nuinereus and
Jarge rx)emiitures of money from the
Tunds t liceof have been made, which
tended to deplete ra'hei- tl an to eon
serve or bm.etit 1 he stale. These ex
penditi:res and losses to the estate
.unounl to a handsome foi tune, uid
to many (if us vcjiikl be cousidei cd a
eompeteiicy for life. Th is is contrary
to the purpose of the law."
Arthur Sswall A Loss?
NEW YORK, October ''!. That
the big sailing ship Arthur Sewall,
laden will, coal for the United Stu tes
fleet in t' e Pacilic has been wrecked
close to Cape Horn and her crew of
forty eaten by cannibals who infest
the islends near Terra del F uego and
the straits of Magellan, is believed
on the Maritime Exchange.
Since the Sewall sailed from Phila
delphia, April 3d, hound for Seattle
via Ca.DC Horn, not a word lias been
heard fro n her until today, when a
utter was received by the Maritime
Exchange which seems to indicate
that one of t he biggest square rigged
the merchant marine has
The letter was from the straits un
der da t-? of August Slit. It s'tuteci
that on August 3.1 the sealing schoon
er Frit j-if arrived and reported thi.t
while cruising near the southeast
a Hand of Noir island, half way be
tween Cape Piliar and Cape Hun
she sighted a derelict which is bi lit-v-ed
to lie the SowaU.
The derelict was four-ir.asted,
quare-rigged ship. Only the top
masts were above water and the
oyi Is were set.
The Fritjof cruised about the neigh
bo r hood in the tiope of getting some
line on the crew, as it was evident
that the wreck was recent. On the
shorn of Noir island they found indi
cations that they had landed, but
though searching pe rties were sent
out, nothing further was discovered.
The suipper of the L'Y-itjof refused
to allow liia crew to leave the coast
and search the interior owing to the
presence of hostile savages.
In the belief that the wreck is that
of the Arthur Sewall, divers have
been dispatched to Noir island to
make an examiuation of the ship.
r The Sewall, which has been 20S
days out, was commanded by Captain
(Jafney. She was owned by Arthur
Sewall & Company of Rath, Maine,
and was of 2,ll!t tons register.
Retire Pinkham ?
Honolulu, November li. "Is it I?"
is the expr essive form of a quetijn
-more than one Department hea i is
asking himself since Oovern ir I' renr
took the trouble l i deny an interview
which made him appear to rViv" de
ci.h d to keep all the prevent d -.n l
inent heads The iUPstiou U the i x
pression cf nfliciai cuno-i'y i. s to
whom the governor ciiilea'pl.ites
gettnii.' i id ol. II he uion t want t
be quoted as s.iylng there w.iM.-'t
be any change," the infer. -nee dr awn
is that he ej peeled there would be a
L. K. Pinkham, is the answer now
being given by many, though there
is no purlieu ir authority for il, for
F,car keeps his o.vuc-imis How
evePi U,, c.p,jr scf.huii ut row ha
,, so fur now that 'here is talk of
(he resiinati.n. of t'inkham as ores!
C)f nin R.ard's work is ve,-v ;;n,-i,;esv
unpaired, if not d-str ov' J The visit
heieof Dr. Goodhue, phyic i m of the
settlenient, is said tj be due t:? the
The row between the people ef the
settlement and the Hoard of Health
is attracting a great deal of atten
lion, for it is a matter that interests
every Hawaran. It is h ird to lii.d
:m vone. who believes in tin mnn ivln-i
p.t,s,.is f confidence in liim are of
very doubtful sincerity. The more
lie is regarded .as a fake, however,
the more ridiculous does it se;m that
the Hoard of Health should have al-
lowed him to joc key himself into his
present political position.
There are rumors that th e iv. i
nor w much di.-satislied with thi
way the matter has been h;, idled
and if the ri W keeps up there ln:i
oeoiuT cuanges in ti.e JJo.iru ol
Health besides a i es;en:ition of tin-
ru kliam's term docs not iNpiri
until next A pi il.
Deh ...ite Flvnn of Oklahoma tells
ui'.h irriat "lee of a conversaton
.hat took place between a Roston
lady and an Oklahoma man with re
ference to things western.
"I take it ma'am," said the Okla
homan, "that you've traveled con
siderable in these parts."
"Quite a good deal," answered the
R.'st'oiiian. "As far west as California
and Nevada, and I've spent some lime
"Have you ever seen the Cherokee
Strip?" suddenly asked the Oklaho
Thereupon ensued a painful silence.
It was plainly to be seen that the
Roston lady was much embarrassed.
When she had i.i a maimer recovered
her composure, she observed:
"In the first pluiv, sir, I consider
your query extremely rude, and in
the second place, you might have
been more refined in your language
by asking me if I had seen the Chero
kee disrobe." Lippincott's.
POOR ON WIFE.CHOOSING.
Muldoon "I want to ask vou a
McCaffrey -"All right, ask away."
Muld'Kin ''I'm thinking of getting
married agin. Now you have been
married three times to my know
ledge; tell me which wife you liked
McCaffrey " You bile three
lemons, one after another, and then
tell me which is the sweetest."
Easy on Them. A Chicago lawyer
tells about a cae that was tried in a
backwoods court. One of the hiwy
crs retained was an Eastern man,
new to the country.
"Does your Honor wish toclnrup
the jury?" asked the legal light,
when all evidence vus in.
"No, I guess not," replied the
ju lge. "I never charge 'em any
thing. These fellows don't fuow
much, anyway, an' I let 'em have all
t hey can make."
Not in It with Roston. A Ros
tonian died, and, when he arrived at
St. Peter's gate, he was askel the
usual question: "What is your name
and where are you from?" The an
swer was, "Mr. So-and So, from Ros
ton" "You may come in," said St.
Peter, "but I know you won't like
The Reason. Wife "Whenever 1
sing, the dog howls."
Hush, mil "The instinct of imiii,
l ion, my dear."-
A mad (!r:r utVmpted to bite a
Missouri in-il'' m: a 1 ii.d leg and !' e
(Siast.ema i.er in v. hich that de 's
madness was c.icd .-hou'd for cvt r
iel:i-!vte the m id stone cure to iu"o
cm-us Icon tude.
IRVING AND HIS CATS.
A i.i v si.u-y is to'. I i.'us'.r. ting
Sir Henry I: l:.g'.-- kirsjucss of heart
An old lady came o him asking em
ploy me nl.
He teli -phoned to his- business
manager, inquiring if there was any
emt'loymeut at the theatre that
could he found for her. The bu iness
mi.agcr answered, "Absolutely
nothing at all."
Irving suggi slid that she might
look c.fter the cats. The manager
telephoned back that there were al
ready three women !c oking after the
"Will," said Irving, "you must
find lit r something. Let her look
after the thrie women that a'e look
ing after the cuts."
CLARENCE WAS RIGHT.
"Thoueht is the quickest thing in
the wor ld," she said.
And turning toward the hea 1 of
the class, continued, "Clarence Fills-
geia.u, uo you Know ot ai.Mliu.g
quicker than thought?"
"Yes'm," was the quick reply.
The teacher star ted ar d f-quu.tej
over he!" guiscs.
"What?" she asked.
"Why, Clarence Fit zjjeral what
do you mean?'1
"Wi II. th' other nir,ht my pa ask
ed th' blessing at supper an' said
'Oh, J.i. ni hi 'ss tiiis meat before us,'
l en 'l ev viun't imthin' en th' table
out beers tea. 'n' I hilled b(foe I
th ie J,t "
PLENTY OF TIME.
"AH the little boys and girls who
want i io to heaven," said the Sunday-school
All rose but Tommy Twaddles.
"A ml doesn't t,is lit'le boy want
to go to reaver?"
. "N-i.oi it."
II IS JOKE WAS W ORTH IT.
A man stopped a newsboy in New
York, saying: "See here son, I
want to find the Rlank National
Rank. I'll give half a dollar if you
direct me to it."
Willi a grin the boy replied: "All
right, come along." And he led the
man lo a building half a block away.
The man duly paid the promised
lee, remarking, "That was half a
dollar ea-ily earned, son."
"Sure !" responded the lad, "but
you mustn't forgit that bank direct.
ors is paid high in Noo-Yawk."
ST. PETER AND THE RROKEU.
This is going the rounds: A brok
er from the financial vortex sought
admission at the pearly gates. "Who
are you?" said St. Petar. "I am a
Wall Street broker." "What do you
want?" "I want to get iu." "What
have you done that entitles you to
admission?" "Well, I saw a decreuit
womau in Uroadway the other day
and gave her two cents." "Gabriel
is that on the records?" "Yes, St.
Peter; it's marked down to his cre
dit." "What else have vou done?"
"Well, I crossed the Brooklyn Bridge
the other night and met a newsboy
half frozen to death and gave him one
cent." "Gab'-iel, is that on the re
cords?" "Yes. St. Peter." "What
else have you done?" "Well, I can't
recollict anything else usl now."
"Gabriel, what doou think we ought
to do with this fellow?" "Oh, give
him back his three cents and tell hira
to go to hell."
DIDN'T WANT THE COMPLEX
"Ii'abyo' got any medicine dat
will purify de blood?"
"Yes, we keep this sarsaparilla at
one dollar a bottle. It jurifies the
blood and clears the complexion."
"Well, boss, hasn't yo' got suflin'
fo' about fifty cents, jess fo' de blood?
I don't keer about de complexion."
SHE WAS NO CHICKEN.
"Why don't you marry, Mathilde?
She loves you and would make you
happy. What's the trouble with
"Her past? And what fault do'you
find with her past?"
"The length of it."
There is a good story going the
rounds in Pittsburg of a young man,
formerly a stock-broker, who dropped
many thousands in speculation during
the early spring.
One night, shortly after goinir to
bed, the Pittsburger was awakened
by strange signs. Al hi l.r-st motion
to jump up tie vvas greeted by a
hoarse voice. "If you stir, you're a
dead man!" it said. "I'm looking for
"In that case," pleasantly answer
ed the erstwhile speculator, "kindly
allow me to arise and strike a 1L ht. I
shall de iu il a favor to be permitted
to assist in the search." Harper's
., "Stop!" shouted the man on the
country road, holding up a warning
hand. Muttering something about
rural cups, the autotnobilist obeyed.
"Turn around and come back to
town with me," sai l the stranger.
"You were going at least 3.1 miles an
"You're a constable, 1 suppose,"
said the automobilist, with a covert
surer, when they hat reached the
"Me?" replied the passenger. "No.
I'm a farmer and had to come into
town w hen all ti e teams was busy.
Nio growing weather'.' Thauks.
Ensuing comment is purposely
o.uitted.-IMelulelphia Public Ledger.