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Tim llnr Association vs. Smith SniT
Mill and Lniiibor HMIronil
(I'tom Hie Trllmnc'i Special CorrMoiiilnt.)
Honolulu, June 5. The case of
the liar Association vs. Smith has
attracted considerable attention here
among the members of the b.ir and
not a little among the laicty, for
the man charged with violating the
confidence reposed in him by
some of his unfortunate clients is
pretty well known here. I was talk
ing to Deputy Attorney General Mil
verton the other day relative to the
charges and he seemed to think
the association was making a
mountain out of a mole hill.
"The letter was in no sense a
private one so that any' reference to
my having violated the confidence
of the writer of it is sheer non
sense," he remarked with consider
able feeling. "I was asked by the
Governor to inquire of Mr. Smith,
who had defended the murderers,
if he knew of any extenuating cir
cumstances in the case. His
answer contained the information
the Governor was after and it
seems to me that I would have been
placed in a ridiculous position to
have told the executive that I bad
received a letter from counsel but
could not not divulge the contents.
All that was in the letter was
known to others. I refer to the
statement made by Smith relating
to the confession, I did not show it
to anyone but the Governor and
it was not made public until it was
given to the press through the Bar
Association. There was a reference
to the letter in the newspapers
shortly after it was receive, but it
did not come from me."
"If you will read the resolution
presented to the Bar Association
you will probably feel that Mr.
Smith has been charged, tried con
victed and dismissed from member
ship in that body," remarked
another attorney in speaking of
the affair. ''It looks to me as
though the matter is settled though
Mr. Smith will probably have an
opportunity to answer if he wants.
What will be done when the asso
ciation is through with the case I
do not know; possibly the Su
preme Court will take it up on the
question of disbarment, somebody
must make the move, you know,
separately from the higher court.
The question of the disbarment
now is being seriously considered."
When I suggested that it was
rather a harsh measure to adopt
with a man who has always been
good citizen, a credit to his pro
fession aud one who stood high in
the community where he had built
up a large practice he replied the
statement made in the letter to the
Government official who had pro
secuted was to say the least pecu
liar. The men are said to have
confessed to him that they were
guilty. The Government repre
sentative states, that confessions
had been made independently of
Smith before he was taken in thel
case and they were the ones to be
used, and which were used at the
trial. That being the case, Mr.
Smith should have kept the fact
of their confessions to him in his
own breast; the answer to the query
as to extenuating circumstances
could have beeu made without
going into the details such as Mr.
Smith went into them "and, having
defended the men, even on an
assignment from the court. It
was not his place to make public
any of the private conversations
that had taken place between
It seems like a roar just now but
if you will allow me a show in the
prophecy line I will say that it will
not amount to anything and Mr.
Smith will acquit himself.
The koa lumber business is settled
aud operations will begin in a short
time, to look over the ground and
complete arrangements for getting
out the timber. Mr. Shingle has
had advices from the cosat that are
most encouraging and lie has prac
tically decided to make San Francis
co the point to which the wood in
its various forms shall be shipped.
The fire has created a demand for
sawed lumber aud the old adage
about' the ill windv is-borne' out
While on Hawaii he will decide as
to the method of getting the timber
to tldewater.and It seems probable
that a temporary railway will be
built from twenty-two miles. The
parties at the coast want Ut baud
sawed so it will be necessary to
install a mill and a band saw nt the
forest. Tins nil sounds good for
Hilo. More good thing will follow
in time. .
J. C. Mocinc arrived here on the
Manchuria looking well and con
tented. He saw the ghost of San
Francisco and is glad to get back
where the sun shines on both sides'
of the street and where every day
Demosthenes Lycurgus was ex
pected to arrive from Greece on the
Manchuria yesterday but failed to
reach here owing to detention in
Sau Francisco. He cabled that he
would arrive on the next steamer
from the coast.
Miss Emily Wery who has been
visiting here for a month or more
will leave for home on the Kinau
Charlie Hoswell, once of Pepee-
keo, who went to the coast before
the quake is again in the islands
having returned a steamer or two
K. F. Mackie, well kpowu in
Hilo. has charge of the books of
James F. Morgan the auctioneer.
O. A. Steven, another ex-Hiloite,
has a responsible position in the
same place. Stacker, once of the
Herald in Hilo, is looking after
the big Jubilee edition of Advertiser
that is to be publjshed by that
paper on its fiftieth anniversary in
July. He told me the other day
that of the people advertising in
the paper fifty years ago but four
survive and still advertise in the
paper. I do not think he meant
that the advertisement on that date
contributed to the demise of the
people who have gone but to show
that as long as they lived they
stuck by the paper. The issue,
will be out of the ordinary and ,.I
suppose Hilo will be in it.
There is a rumor today of a bie
real estate deal in which the Paci
fic Heights and all of the property
in Paawa valley figures. I do not.
think the thing is taken seriously
though the man behind it is a big
gun from New York and is said to
have slathers of money behind him.
Honolulu is as greedy for such
people to come as Hilo but the slip
between the cup and theiip is of
too frequent occurrence in these
days of tight money for us to take
such deals seriously. The object
of the party is to establish a paper
mill and manufacture the paper
necessary lor tue sneets 01 tne
island newspapers, the orient, aud
an occassional ream 01 Drown
"wrapping. This is in the air; it
may be a go and then it may not.
We hope it will be and that every
one will get rich in consequence.
.Quite a lot . of people will go to
Kohala on June 11 to be present
at the opening of Kohala Ditch.
Eben Low goes up on Tuesday
to superintend arrangements for
the big luau. There will be
pleuty of meat and drink at the
turning ou of the stream and it is
rumored that all of the drink will
not come out of the ditch.
Sporty people are beginning to
talk of the races in Hilo on the
Fourth and it sounds as though
there would be a big crowd go .up
from here and not , a few horses.
There is no reason why Hilo
should not get ' Hie crowd if it
makes a try.
The Honolulu mercuants are.
beginning to feel the effects of the;
San Francisco fire in the non-arrival
of the goods ordered by them
months ago. One firm here is en
tirely out ol certain staples aud its
cables in quest of information re
main unanswered. The Sonoma
brought letters to a dozen of them
today and the information was prac
tically tjie same in each. It seems
that between San Francisco and
Sacramento there are 10,000 cars
loaded with freight for the coast,
Hawaii and the Orient and' it is im
possible to tell where the freight in
any particular car is or where tlie
car is to be found ou the tracks or
sidings. This will give you an
ideu- of conditions aud willruiake
clear to yoti'f good people in Hilo
just why. the storekeep-rs are not
as well supplied today as before the
The denth of Louis Marks last
Monday night was a shock to the
people of this community where he
was so well and favorably known.
As manager of the McCnbe Hamil
ton Reiinie Co. he was known to
all of the shipping man coming to
this port. He loss is also keenly
felt in his company and doubt is
expressed of the possibility of se
curing a competent man to take
his place. A successor had not
been appointed nud will not be un
til a meeting of the directors is
held next week.
Demosthenes Lycurgus arrived
yesterday ou the Sonoma looking
as though the trip tu Greece had
done him a lot of good. He seems
glad to get back aud will return to
Hawaii next Tuesday on the Kinau.
C. D. Thaanum, secretary of the
Herald Publishing Co., was also
a passenger on the Sonoma coming
from a trip to Denmark, his native
land, after spending fourteen years
in alien lands. He looks well aud
may be glad to get back. He says
the possibility of adding to his col
lection of shells was the principal
reason for his return. He leaves
here on Tuesday for Maui and Mo
lokai where he will spend the next
six weeks hunting shells. He
looks the picture of health.
The proposed action of the Laud
Commissioner in turning down the
applicants for the laud ou Hawaii
is viewed here variously. To some
it appears that the small farmer is
not to have the support the people
expected and that the large estates
will not be divided. What the
applicants should under the circum
stance would be hard to say, but
it does not seem good policy to al
low the management of the laud
system of Hawaii to remain in the
hands of a man whoSc only idea of
a point in an argument is to pound
his desk with his fist to show the
force. Anyone who has ever at
tempted to converse with htm on
land business and who has views
contrary to his will tell you after
the interview that he was expecting
every minute to hear him call
"Haul in". Pratt would be a good
man somewhere else. But the Al
mighty could not tell where.
Hilo should get busy with its
park improvements; a visit to
Honolulu by a committee of citizens,
would give them an idea of how to,
do the things and incidentally a
call on the governor might result
in his showing them how they
might get money to fix up the
much needed places for public
Sa'n Francisco, Cal. , June 4.
Annie F. Stanford, a niece of the
late Senator Stanford, has sued the
executors of the estate of the
late Jaue Stanford for $108,000.
This amount is alleged to be the
sum accruing to Asa P. Stanford.
She also sues for the restitution of
half a million dollars worth of stock
alleged to have beeu fraudulently
withheld by Mrs. Stanford.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
Lights Installed ,
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Board of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Bed and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $16
Fan Motora, swivel frame 18
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them fi a month
Installation charged extra. 1
Estimates furnished on all classes ol
Electrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors aud nil edged
' tools perfectly ground. Satisfac-
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