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THE WILES OF INFORMERS.
HOW THEY WOKK TO fltOCIJIli:
rrvriMox v i whisky casi:n.
A Specimen ol tho jvinmier In Wlilcli
NpertnU In tlir Kninloy ol tlm
.llnrxlinl HI n llo Wnjco.
Nsitois t tho court ovor which
Juclgo I'orry iiresidos would have
heard some intcrustiug tostimony
yestnrdny, ut both uioiuing nnd
pfteruoon sosaioiis, besides gain
ing considerable insight into tho
wiy npcciiil ollicors in tuo pay of
tho polico dopirtmout and their
itiformors work up c.iscs against
tlinso whom they suspect of eall
lt g liquors without a liconso or
f committing other crimes puu
inhabk by fines, part of which go
to tho informers. Specials Cordos,
Xuvier, Ott rimI others mako n
Jk oci-ility of this business and
n ve ueon siicccssiui in Fecuiint:
qn.to .t nuiiibi r of convictions by
n oinn which 10 omi'ivlmi pecu
liar t any trio least lint of Into
they hn not had iuch'nn e isy time
of it, fti (1 in tho ciiM-ofM.ikuim.i
Mid two": t In en others of a stmilnr
iiitiiro ti o di fondants' attorneys
L.ne piwhud tlio oioss-oKtwiiinii-tion
nf tb ollicirs nnd their in
formers to btich i.n txl nt us to
l(-nd to tho conclusion that thoy
weio 1-jinc tho foundation of
1 c M'pinicy iignnst tiioso who put
luiitlio heviial jobs which lotui to
it 0 aiie'-ts A Iiothor tho kind of
1 detective work that Cordos and
' Iiik ( niiru nln lm 11 tw mmitu tti f Ii
the npjiroval of their superior
oflicorB can only be surmised, but
't is presumed that it docs.
jM'jkaimu's caso was tikon up
y stfrday morning after the rou
tine business of tho daily calling
Jot the calendir was ovor. The
testimony of tho informer JuIiiip
Lundonborg was detailed in Wed
nenday's issue, and it was yester
d iy corroborated by Chailes Ott,
v .o testified that ho was a spi cial
police ofliccr mid that ho was
w tli Lundenberg when the latter
P iicliusod a bottle of gin nnd a
boitlo of iv from tho defendant
hi his hoiioo near tho Ins'iiio Asj
1'iin paying thtrcfoi the sum of
?1.75, of which two marked half
ii di.irs werea portion. Ott swears
tli it tho defeudant toon the money
but that lie did not sro him put it
r his pocket. Luudonbtrg toik
the bottle of gin and put it in his
pocket, while Ott did tho same
ith tho wine. They had seeral
drinks boforn tho signal was ghon
to Coides to come in, besides
tisting tho liquor they claimed to
nne puicha&ul. Ott also testifii d
that aftei wmds they called for
throo more glasses of gin and
te.idoiod o0 cents more in paj
mmit thereof, but that tho dofuul
ant said it was not enough and
then Xavior and Lundonbeig dug
up ten conts each in addition.
About this timo Cordos made his
appearanco on the scene and mi
iu diatoly asked if thoy had p:v
ouiod tho liquor. Upon receiv
ing an aflirmi tivo ropl' Cordos
took a nip out of each bottlo tu
that ho would offer export testi
mony as to tho alcoholic chaructor
of the liquids in court. lSut
vhilo Cordos was doing the tnst
ing and muikiug of the bottles
for identification tho dofondant
had not boon idlo, for according
to Ott he had put his hand out of
the window. Cordos observing
this asked tho defendant what ho
had dono with tho monoy but tho
defendant said ho had none.
Coides then ordered Ott to guard
the prisoner whilo ho soarohod
outside for it, but his search was
unavailing and tho monoy has not
yet beon found and it was not on
tho defendant's porson when ho
was thoroughly soarohod at tho
polico station. Cordon then re
turned to the room and tried to
coax tho dofendaut to toll him
w here tho money was and protnif
e him that if ho told tho truth
o would bo his friond. Ho did
"With which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
HONOLULU, II. I., FHIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1805.
not tell him what his friendship
was worth in transactions of this
kind, nor whethor ho had any
particular pull with Judgo Perry
and tho Marshal or not, noithor
did ho caution tho dofondant not
to make any incriminating state
ments which might bo hereafter
used against him. The great do
tectivo s brain was occupied with
weightier matters than these.
lho abovo testimony was cor
roborated by Xavior and tho
(roat detoctno himsolf, the lattor
swonring positivoly that tho de-
leiut.int Admitted that the contonts
of tho bottles weio -wiuo and
gin and that ho ofi'erod to givo
tho money back if tho officers
would givo him back the wino.
At tho afternoou session yester
day Maloka, tho defendant's
daughter, was the first witnoss
for the dofeuso. She testified that
she was in tho room during the
who o of Hih time tho ollicors
wero there. That whon they camo
in tho bottle of gin and tho bottlo
of wino wero btanding on tho table.
Lundonboig giabhed tiro giu,
saying to tho defondant, "i'oii're
a liquor roller." Tim defoiidmit
baid bo did not buy the liiuoi to
sh butfr tt.o biithday luau of
his child winch occurrod tho fol
lowing day. Cord-8 thoreupou
at rested tho dofendaut and ro
poatodly askod him if ho wus not
liquor s'llor, to which ho made
tho Htino loply. The witness
1 said no money was ovor
i put on tho table, and
i sho taw tho whole affair. She was
j in timo to see Lundenberg take
the liquor oif the table and coi
J roborated the nrovtouc witness in
i ovoiy p.uticular.
Alaikai, tho defendant's wife,
also Mowed tho piococdings from
tho tamo point of untugo and
give similar testimony.
This portion of tho infoimer's
testimony was coirect and she
also said they prevented her fiotn
loiving tho room whilo Conlo.s
Kamailo (w) was a neighbor
whosiw tho officers outor tho
houboaud her womanly ouiiosity
led her to soo tho fun. Tho
Officers would not let her in the
house, so sho stood at the window .
She sworo positively that tho de
fondant never locoived a monoy.
She absoh toh domed that any of
I the ( flicois took a drink whilo thore
j or that thoyovm offered to pur-
olui'-o any. In fact, tho witnebs
I denied tho whole story so care
fully detailed by tho ollicors, with
tho eoiitiun of that portion of
it lelaln.g to Ott's pointing
a pistol at her father
In his own behalf the dofondant
testified that tho ollicors hud no
v,,iiiant for his airost nor oon a
soirch wariiint. Ho positively
denied that tho officers made any
endeavor to puichase any wine or
gm iVom mm m that ho gave i
sold them any. llo told wheie
tlio liquor found in tho house was
puichnsod and when, and that it
was to celobiate his child's birth
day .li.dgo Poiry docided that the
dofeuJiint was not guilty and dis
ohm i(l him, loiving the gieat
(loKetno and his gang of iutoim
eis flee to hatch up nuothoi
scheme which will pan out bettor
tuan Makaiini's case.
sum; ii y waisi
Itlllor liiiiko lli'li II In llic uk
I'roni u Cunti mpumr)
In a a recont issuo tho Sin
Fiuncisco Wasp piys its lespiots
to Editor Towso in the following
"Tho editor of tho Honolulu
Star (tho Star of Bothlohein, wo
presuino) is by no means onaraor
ed of San Francisco. Ho says, in
spimking of our city: ' Cosidos
ben g a dissipatod placo it ib un
piogre&sivo and, wo may say, to
1111110 degroo uncouth and artifi
oial.' Wo do not wish the gontlo
man who grinds the missionary
orgin for tho poor little toy ro
publio any harm, but if ho should
lunch ofr cholera genus and thoy
disigroed with him, we should
nut wear mourning foi moro than
NKW THIAI. ItPI'imi-ll IN AS EJICT
JtliNT ASI-OTIIKIt niATTritS.
K. Knnc W rllo llio Opinion of
In- Court. rlir utn ul' tlntYokttft
m. 'hih)Iii-1I Ilrcldril
An opinion of the Supicnio
Con it has beon fi'led in tho cato
of Maria Kaiinaanu s. Keahi, F.
"W. Wuudenborg, administrator of
tho will of Mahoo, and 0. 1'.
Kauakanui. it is by S. K. JCano,
banister, who sat with Chief Jus
tico Judd and Justice Fiear in
placo of Justice Bickoiton, ab
sent fiotn illness. The case is one
of ojectmeut, and lho appeal was
from Jndgo Whiting's refusal to
grant a motion for a new trial
madotvn tho giound th-it tho r
dict was coutraiy to tho law and
the evidence. The Sunromo Court
ov'i rules thfl ecoptions, saying,
"Ihoro being sullicioi t ovidonco
to sustain th" vordict, a new trial
is iffnsed." Kulio ikauo for plain
tiff; Miigooii and Unuioy for de
fendants. The oae now settled
was in tho courts two and a half
yearn, and has been betoro two
juries. On tlio fiist trial tho ver
dict was for the plaintiff, and on
the second lor tho defendants.
Judgo Cooper has giantid a
motion to rcduco defendant's
bond on motion for now trial, in
Aswan vs. Pang Lim and Pang
Yok, from 2,300 to $o00, and ap
proval PaulNcumunn as suiety.
Migoon for wlaintiff, Xeumaiin
and Thurston for defend int.
In tho ejectment caso of J.
Ilanost s. James Campbell,
Judge Whiting yesterday give
judgment for tho plaintiff for one
half of tlio properties named in
articles 1 and - ol the complaint,
with costs of C nirt. Magoon and
Humphreys for plaintiff, C Ilrosia
for defendant. Tho liibt lotni
laud on King stieot, lIoiiulnluTfjrT tt'1"
coiitaininc onu and one thud acre, I "' fn, , ,
, ., . b i . . i , i .... . ' Tho lect
and lho Hicond Imid at Lnhama
coiitaiuiug one-ba f ai re.
K. Podeju, guirdian of his
thieo minor ohildiou by his fust
marriage, has potitionod for leave
to soil r al estnto, being the land
on which his houso was buined
Honrv Smith, as comni sdoner
of the Supieine Couit of JJiitish
Columbia, will not open his com t
for taking depositions in Cran
io un and Muller'b c iso until mxt
Judge Whiting has rif.sed tho
motion of the I'urtuguei-o liouofit
Society for a now Iii 1 f Iguaeio
d-j Fragi's suit for about 100
Tho mombeis of tho Young na
waii.ins' Inbtituto mot labt even
ing and eUctod tho following olli
coin for tho eiistiing year: Chas
Wilcox, pvosidont, V J Coelho,
vice-piesident; J N K Koola, ro
coiduig seoietsryj J M' Kea, finan
cial secretary, J 11 Bolster, cor
losponding secretin y, W Fornan
de, tioaburor, and Solomon Mo
Tho Executivo Committoo are
Messrs Honry Siui h, Jns K
Kiinlm, S C Dwght, G L Dosha
and Dr Georgo II Huddy.and t .o
investigation o.iui initio In Foman
dtz James M K Kiel i and M K
II, i r .o- u'lcmpc runic Adtoinlc.
Inordorto impress upon your
mind the fact that the Seattle
lliuviwi and Maltimj (o' boors
aio Mild, Light and L.valy, wo
bolow gio tho average pir lont of
alcohol in various liquors in CO i.
"Rainier" Beer . SlporvOnt
"0lum)iic" Ueer. . It.l
On draught at th' Cr tori
CAI'ltIM S.1II nrs VIMlU'AIION.
Kunor. Dni.r.riN: Tho lum
ber ex K. 1 Jewtt mentioned in
your lict issue by Messrs. I)oni-ou I
and lieiKStroiii was not tho niato-
f rial used to build Smith's fence.
Tho material nst d was taken fn in
tho drtfdKor.nnped at Lucas' Mill,
rthen rotnrnod to thi ilr, il" r mid
those pointed by tho cirpenter,
nnd a buudio nt a tune was pack
ed iishoro gonorally in tho even
ing. T nnd Obfig worbd three
days at Smith's house erecting
slid fence, ho ceitainly did not
piyus. Who did? Tho answer is
How tho presont omplnyeos
camo to sign a vindication for
Citpt. Smith is no mystery, but
only Oborg. Adler and myself
wero working on thedrodgirat
the time whon the fence was eroct
oJ. (Signod) W. Storks.
Wo the undersigned saw the
pickets brought ashore by Stoko ,
who told us ho was taking thorn
to Smith's bouse.
W. H. Ponjj.
a.n orir.ii siiciti:.
Wnlllo Ilarli I'ndrr Arnn for Opium
Shortly after 1 o'clock this af
tei noon ns Wallio Davis and lho
boat bojs wore loturning in his
bumboat from tlio cruisorOlymp'n,
wheie he had boen todoliver tho
noonday supplies and when about
opposite tho Liglithouo, his boat
was boarded and seaiched by the
Hoard of Health offaor stationed
alhat-point Twonty-oight tins
of opium woio fcaind and conlis
euted and with Davis taktii to
tho Station House, where a chaigo
of having opium in possession
s nliicid aoainst him The
ppium was m good condition.
Iml I nloii Sotlnl.
tare rim ol the Central
Union Church was well filled hibt
night, tho occasion being the first
BJeial hinco tlio opidpinic. Dol
ing tho ovonii g, which was most
ly spent in eoineisdion, H. V.
Wiehn an sing a biuitouo solo,
Miss C.irrio Custlo eontiibuted a
piano solo and Mis. W. W. Hull
gao a leading. About two bun
died people wero presont.
Motiurch anil TrUninon.
Tho Hawaiian H-irdware Com
pany ngiin calls attontion to tho
morits of the Monarch and Tii
hiino wheols. This firm is glad
to havo a little competition in the
bioyclo business, as it claims tho
gieator competition is tho gieator
its sties aro. Tho Hnwiiiiui
Haulwaio Company claims tho
Mnmwch and Tiibuuo wheels will
stand any amount of competition.
'Dm CrnnHoiin Cute.
Tho mornii g oigui is iuformod
that the tiking of tho tostimony
in tho Cranstoun and Mullor
caaes will uot bo dono by tho
Marshal but by Henry Smith, the
commissioner especially appoint
ed by tho Vancouver Court for
tho purpose. Kx-Marshnl Hitch
cock will ho tho most important
witness examined, ns ho will pro
bably be nnido to divnlgo all tho
evidence in his possession which
led to tho arrests. W. A. Kinnov
will watch the caso fertile Hawai
ian Government, and Ministtr
Hatch may also lend his assist
ance tf ram U, S. Jourmt Slrtticli" )
i'rof W.U.rkr,liORMkria fiMCiull) of rpllrpsy,
Iwt without doubt tri nii-d nnd curi d mini cjf nt limn
llo puMltlirasMilimlilotark onilin.di.fviw hick bo
ond 1th a large boltle of bin abroluto euro, f n e to
anyiuHrrirwlioniayfndthiirl' O amlhirr..ad.
ilrcsn. W e advl.o anione v, i.hli n a cure lo aililr.n,
. lfof. V. H. rELKU, I'. 1)., i tilar b., htw Voik.
a-.t tn x -ti i s. jf . it f r-i 1 F
PRICE 5 CENIU
TROUBLE ON THh OLYMPIA
AMI 0 I'ltl.SiV
tlllCAII lllKIS JACK HICK.
rlir Inllrr Amliulil) Arnniail-ir.
(iolni: On U"iml-llu Men
(ulnril Their I'oliil
Thero is a rumorof considoiahl
trouble on hoard tho U. S. S.
Olynipin yesterdii', arising out of '
tho rofusal of the Captain tt
allow fiesh food to the forwaitt
mosso tho borne ns to tho oflicoi,,
Whon orderul into tho lighter tc
pass coal there was a big kick
among tho men nnd thoy aio lait.
to havo sullenly lofusod work
Later on tho matter was arranged
amicably nnd the men nllowed to
purchase potatoes, soft bread and
other piovisions. It ib snid that
tin roason for the Olj mpia's no",
coining into tho harbor is tho four
on tho pai t of the Cuptai nf a
wholosile doseitinn of the crow
'J he liouble is slid to hare ori
ginated in n misunderntandinp
botweon tho captiin and ship's
doctor ns to allowing fresh good
to bo taken on hoard. Ae tho
officers weio allowed to pnrchaso
all the frosh moat and ytgethbles
thoy wanted, tho forward messon
stuck up for tho same privileges
and finally obtained them.
iioiii lie i:iijcviio
ItCMiItt- lo Coiillliu Tulaii ick.
"lit llluli Schoul-Cliunec ol
At its bostons of the past two
days tho Uoaul of Edueatien con
sidered several qurstioiiB. It was
resolved to contmuo tho Hi"h
School as a pay one until tho
Legislature dicides otherwise.
Toitcheis were doUiled .s f.I
fows: Miss Sirah Ortrom to Ite
assistant at Kohalu wbool, Ha
waii, vico Mrs liell, resig'ied,
B Biackeniidgo to be assistant
at Hauuli, vice D. A. J3iiok, 10
signed, llobett Meheuln to bo
temporary assistant at Ulupalu
kuu, Maui; Mr-. Miria JJush to be
second assistant at Kilauen, Knu
ni, Horace Tiegloan to bn prin
cipal at Miihukona, Hiwaii, and
Miss Nora Htckaid to be auiiitant
at Honokaa, Hawaii.
Shoot school is to be naored itio
tho stone building on th prem
ises, .Miss Courson oontiiining us
principal. Tho old wooden bnild
mg? will boused for other schools.
An additional teacher mny soon
boappointod to Fort Street.
luvrillnlcv iinil rwrcdlrili
'Hie Hullitln nits tlic ticus,
Ainlllii numpu In the Mar,
Hill lln piiblu ln, utiiu U clioino
littniin tin tuo, l,.v (,-ir Aihrrtiui
Ililtll Ulnkii nml TodrfJr
Soinitlrai tlir Star l iicy,
'Hit- IlnlUtln b ulnu no,
But the "li.ir'ti burn nnurli
11 eir K b) Jo
Coriespoudents of the Uui.let j
should hand in their communion
tions early in tho day to insui-
publication. All display ado.
tisiinonts should be bent to th
businoss office boforo noon of each,
day. Heuding and "Hy Author
ity notices may bo sent in im
timo up ' p. m.
II 111 ion rer riiluk
I lint ion cannot to mil uuU you ban
pun, rkli blood If jou jri wkk, Und, l.m-L-uld
nnd all run ilunn, It la Ufauif yimi
tiloinl la iiiipoMrlnlitil und Utkt vltullt.
IIiim troublmiiin) ti iiTniun j Huod.1!
SMirciiparllla biiuiiKO llood'a brtapiiritla
uiukeiiurc, rlih blooil. H aa, In Iru'tli, tin
grmt bliiinl punlltr
Moon's I'll i s i uri Hi t r I1U, fUk LJi ho ,
conttipiitiui), bllloUHH!, JauiuUaa, tick hiuC
achr, liidlmtllun. lll-U
i -ianim-iM mini -
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