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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890.
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LOTS AT WAIKIKI
Thcro nro G Lots at Waiki
ki, lying on the Waikiki side
of Knlia Road for sale, about
116 feet innkai of Waikiki
Those lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
B5? l?or further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
, Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 1896. 884-lra
Draft $o. 17i5 for S51.00 in silver.
- Issued by Monomania Plantation, Kau
ai. Drawn by II. Maokfeld & Co., in
favor of Yokohama Specie Bauk, L'd.
twoSnioely fuhnisiied booms
for rent, Bingly or ou suite, Kent mode,
rate. Apply nt No. 4 Km ma stroot, near
0 W WIHTHROP.ON TRIAL
JA.TIKM V i.m'i;.Ll, TIXI. IIIM
.NTortY io juduk ami juky.
ISiH t.lllti' Timo WiinIciI In let-
llnf; ' Jury- llni .tluriioN l.'n-
Knirril In tho t'a.o.
Tho tri.il ot Oliver W. Wiu
throp for kidnapping and robbing
Jnmcs Campbell of this city com
menced on September 1st and is
now going on before Judge Wal
Inco in the Superior Court of San
Francisco, and n jury. Tho pro
secution is conducted by District
AttoruoyBarues and his assistant,
A. P. Black. Tho defendant's enso
is looked after by attorneys H. W.
Quitzon and Frank Boll.
ijur, little tnuo was wustecl m
getting a jury together, it being
only necessary to draw twenty
sis unmes from tho panel to se
cure tho necessary twelve good
and truo men.
Assistant District Attorney
Bluck made tho opening address
to tho jury, giving a detailed his
tory ot tho caso and outlining tho
ovidenco presented by tho proso
cution. Those proceedings took
up tho, whole of tho first day.
On tho socond day of tho trial,
Wednesday, policeman G. W.
Russell, tho first witness for tho
prosecution, exhibited ana ex
plained n diagram ho had mado,
showing tho exterior and interior
of tho California-street cottago,
whero tho millionaire waged such
a plucky battle for tho possession
of his wealth. Tho cottago front
ed on California street, and was
between Third and Fourth aven
ues. In the basement were a
kitchen, dining-room and conser
vatory, mul on tho iloor abovo a
parlor and thrco bedrooms.
Campboll waB on tho stand tho
rest of the day under direct and
cross examination. In substance
"I am 68 yearB of age, a car
pontor by trade. My homo is in
Honolulu, whero I've resided for
forty-Bix years. My business has
been that of a Bugar-planter and
stock-raiser. For the laBt five y oars
I've been out of active business,
though I still retain ray interest
in several island enterprises. I
began lifo thero as a carpenter,
then went into Hit. woods and
mado a sugar-mill to grind out
sugar. I waB married eighteen
"In April last I camo from Ho
nolulu to Sa:i Francisco.
"I first met Winthrop at tho
Vendomo Hotel in San JoBe,
where I was visiting on tho 31st
of August. Ho introduced himself
to mo under a false name, said ho
wished to go to tho islands, in
quired concerning tho coffee lands
thero. Ho said that ho had S70,
000, realized from the sale of a
ranch, and was desirous of invest
ing tho money in tho Islands. I
advised him to go down nud seo
things for himself. Ho said he
should wore it not for tho bad
health of his wife, whom ho would
liko mo to visit and enlighten hor
about tho climato. I answered that
in a fow days I should bo in San
Francisco and then, if time per
mitted, I would call on hor.
"My next meeting with Win
throp was in tho afternoon on
Monday, August 3, in tho Occi
dental hotel in this city. Ho wish
ed mo to accompany him but I
was on my way to tho Anglo-Cnli-fornian
bank to draw some money
and told him I. had not the timo.
After returning to tho hotol I
again saw Winthrop and at his
pressing solicitation walked down
Montgomery street with him, took
tho Sacramento stroot-car and
finally arrived at tho cottago on
California street. I had in my
pockets tho S250 I had drawn
from tho bank, $55 in bills and
somo Ioobo change. Tho car faro
on tho way out woa paid by Win
throp, Wo Bat down in tho parlor
and in a fow minutes I inquired of
Winthrop for his wife, explaining
that I was in a hurry, llo said
ho would seo and left tho room,
3tabbjr:;b:t ri.. ,
"While waitiug thero with mv '
hat ou, but proparcd to tako it off
as soon as tho lady should come,
a masked man suddenly uppnnred
in tho doorway, with a pibtol in
his hand, and commanded mo to
throw up ray hands or ho would
shoot. Winthrop put up his hands
anu auviBccl mo to do so also, but 1 1
struck the masked mnu a blow in
tho head with my clenched fist
and he went down. At the name ,
instant tho pistol went oil and the
ball grazed my tomplo and passed
through the brim of mv lint. T
tried to grab the pistol, WheitWit(iJ
throp hit me from behind, lolling
tho man ou tho iluor, whom ho
called Poto, to holll on to tho pis
tol. I next attempted to got out
of tho houso and had tho front
door partly oponcd, when Wiu
throp again attacked ino,hitting mo
with somo hard substance bohind
the ear and knocking me iuBousi-
The rest of tho witness' testi
mony was a recital of how ho had
boon tied hand and foot and his
money takon from him by Poto,
as directed by Winthrop. Subso
quontly ho was gagged and hand
cuffed, Btrotched upon a bodstoad
and chained to staples in tho floor.
In this tortured and half starved
condition, ho said, his abductois
mado repeated uttomptsto get him
to sign a paper which would on
ablo thorn to got S'20,000 of his
money, but ho stoutly resisted un
til finally ho was released. Tho
chain with a split link, tho capi
talist's torn frock coat, tho hand
cuffs, a rat-tail filo and tho blood
stained bod clothes woro intro
duced in oyidouce, and proved to
bo convincing though silent wit
nesses. "When on Wednesday Win
throp told mo that ho had ordered
Poto to sot mo free," said Camp
bell, "ho advised mo in tho future
never to make friends with
Btraugers. My pouketbook, letter
of credit and keys were returned
to me, but not tho monoy. At
about 8:30 p. m. Wednesday Poto
let ino out the back door and put
mo aboard of a Geary-street car.
I alked from tho terminus to my
hotel, sent for Captain Lees ami
Detective Curtin and wont with
them in a carriugo back to the cot
tago that same night. Winthrop
does not look now as ho did whon
I saw him at tho cottage. He hiiB
shaved off his mustache."
Campbell's cross - examination
by attorney Boll was to be con
tinued on tho following day. Cocil
Brown sits beside him in Court
and ho is accompanied by Do
tectivo Curtin and others who
wore instrumental in his release.
t'liplulii Gluuttj' Pritco mid Uulnl Io
A decree has been issued by tho
Supromo Court iu the caso of J. 0.
Clunoy vs. Leo Wai aud othors.
After Bhtiug that tho appeal of
tho plaintiff from tho decree of
Judge Cooper had been sustained,
tho Court orders:
"That tho said cause bo and tho
same hereby is remanded to tho
Circuit Court of tho First Circuit
at Chambers in order that testi
mony may bo takon boforo tho
Baid Court for tho purpose of as
certaining what instruniouts used
by tho defendants iutorfero with
complainant's sloop, peace and
quiet, and what tho hours are
withinwhioh tho noiso produced
by said instruments interferes
with complainant's Bleep, peace
"And that whon suoh instru
ments and such hours aro ascer
tained by said Courts, an injunc
tion bo issued enjoyning tho de
fendants and . their agonts and
sorvants from using tho instru
ments found by said Court to in
torforowith thocomplainaut's sloop,
poaco and quiet during tho hours
found by Baid Court during which
tho Baid instruments interfere
with complainants Bleep, peaco
"Each party to pay his own
costs, and costs of court to bo divided."
TURKEY ON THE CRIDIRON
tun hum anu iKit.ii an pi.mrrs AT
ll(i: (MII.tM'.N IIOl'N.
Unit Iti tun I'rcHlildtllul NlrtiKKle
MFHiiiii: Clmtitt- All Hi" World'
increase ot rj,uuuj)uu in
national debt is recorded for
ll-.t Uliilil ),
An Indian rising is feared in
Oregon as a result of tho lynching
ot an Indian for outrage.
Baron Favu, Kalian minister at
Washington, is to bo recalled on
tho ground of unpopularity.
Iludyard Kipling tho author,
with his wifo and two children,
htiB loft for Europe and may not
return to America.
Kearney, Neb., or half tho dis
tance, was reached in the bicycle
relay race across tho continent iu
seven nnd a half days.
C. M. Goodman, a minor in
Orogon, was stung iu a fingor by
a scorpion, five ami a half inches
in length, aud is liable to dio.
Twelve men were blown to
pieces, eight of them boiug Chi
nese, by an explosion iu tho plant
of tho California Powder Co. at
Business men atLeadville, Col.,
aro cryiug out to havo a striko do
clarcd oil", as tho cessation of
pumping will cause untold damage
to tho mines.
Commander C. E. Clark has
been detached from tho Independ
ence and will tako command of
tho Monterey, in place of Captaiu
Nicholl Ludlow, who has been or
dered homo on waiting orders.
Nearly 40,000 vetoanB tramped
tho streets of St. Paul for Boveral
hours on Wednesday. Tho day
was an ideal oue for marching,
tho sun being behind clouds aud
a light breezo making tho. air cool.
Mount Hood, Oregon, had
torrifio yocRuio eruption lastiu
fow minutPB on August 26. A
party of mountain climbers whilo
making their descent had a narrow
Annn m rt (lirv niinlnitnlin nF
l ' "
The Sealtlo banks will retaliate
. ou Canada for discounting Amer
ican monoy by charging two por
cent, discount on Canadian paper
and taking Canadian halves aud
quarters at -10 and 20 cents res
pectively. THE PllKSIDENTIAIi CAMPAIGN.
A full account of tho Vermont
election will be found elsewhere.
General Brogg and Editor Wat
tersou stand to win tho Gold Dem
Bryan addressed an audionco of
20,000 people at Columbus, O. Ho
mado somo tolling points which
woro loudly applauded.
McKinloy addressed n delega
tion of West Virginia editors.
"Work and wages havo been cut
iu two, and wo spurn tho sumo
experiment on the money in which
they are paid." This is ono of tho
remarks that tho poncil-pushors
Forty-ouo Stntes and three Ter
ritories, ropresonted by 821 dolo
gates, met Sopt. 2 in Tomlinson
Hall, Indianapolis, us tho climax
of a six-week campaign to repudi
ate tho action of tho Chicago con
vention and put forth i declara
tion of principles and nitlne a pre
Bryan declined to say a word
on the tolling bulletins from Vor
mont. PACING RECOKD EOLirHED.
In tho prosouco of 8000 specta
tors at Fleetwood Park, Now York,
on tho 2nd inst, tho fastest har
ness raco on record took place, its
Pacing, free for-all class; cham
pionship; purse, S2500 John II.
Gontry won in straight heats.
Timo, 2:032, 2;03J, 2:03. Frank
Agan second, Robert J. third.
Star Pointer distanced in second
In tho InRt
away on oven
othors and ho was uevor headed.
Tho paco was torrifio all tho way,
this time Agan's head being on
Gon try's shoulder from start to
finish, while ilobert J. was an
oven length behind to tho head of
tho stretch, whore Goers mado his
drive. It was u rouairfg, killing,
struggle to tho 'wire and the throo
great pacers woro only necks opart
at the finish, but little Geutry's
nose was there first in 2:03, and
the greatest harness raco on re
cord was his.
THE CHINESE MANDAltlN.
The United States Govornnionl
will pay tho hotol bill of Li and
his suite. Thero are thirty-eight . J
meniDors in the party. Tho (Jin- ;
nose cuest6, with tho exception ol
the Viceroy, partake of American
food. They did not douy them
selves any luxuries, and whon tho
bills aro sent to Washington tho
Waldorf will bo about $12,000
President Cleveland and Li
Hung Chang met in Now York
and Bwapped "taffy."
Thai China will spendS200,000,
000 for war ships is tho Btory that
was told in New York by a man
who ought to know. Li Hung
Chang, the mau said, had whon
ho left Chiuu authorization from
tho Emperor to ruako contracts
with shipbuilders. Among tho
firms mentioned as already hav
ing talked business with Li aro
tho Cramps of this country.
Mr. Huutington had nu inter
view with Li Hung Chang aud of
fored him a private car to tho
Pacific Coast. Li was sorry ho
could not accopt tho offer, and
seemed to part from the railway
magnato with regret.
NAVAL COMSIANDER UYINQ.
Commauder John Stark Newoll,
captaiu of tho United States arm
ored cruisor Detroit, now station
ed in Ohineso waters, is in this
city at tho homo of ox-Mayor
Fronk D. Black and is not expect
ed to livo through tho day, says a
Seattle dispatch of Sopt. 2. Ho
has been uucouscious for tho past
twenty-four hours. Captain New
ell arrived iu this city about five
weoks ago from China on his way
to Washington tu make report on
tho Kiopsim, Central China, mis
ma joe AiutivEs.
Plight Honorable Joseph Cham
borlain, British Secretary of Stato
for tho Colonies, arrived at Now
York on tho 2nd. With him was
Mrs. Chamberlain, who ib tho
daughter of former Secretary of
War Eudicott of Massachusetts.
Chamberlain said ho cainn to visit
Mr. nnd Mrs. Eudicott at Danvors,
Mass., and his business was whol
ly personal aud domestic.
Six or sovon hundred delegates
woro present at tho openiug of tho
Irish Nntional Convention iu
Dublin, ou tho 1st inst., and a
thousand more wore ox nee ted that
day. It was cluimod success was
assured. Tho Irish leaders aro
apt to bo told that if thoy do not
agrco all contributions will cease.
Thero aro delegates presont from
all round tho world.
Tho London Standard has n
Vionna dispatch which Bays tho
Nou Froio Presso assorts that a
written KusBo-Fronch allianco iB
in existence, drafted ou tho model
of the Dreibund treaty, but that it
is puroly defonsivo.
Tho doath of Princo Lobanoff
BostovBki changes tho whole Eu
ropean situation, writes a London
corespondent on August 31. No
other mau's doath at tho present
raomout could havo had such an
important bearing upon tho hituro
history of tho world. His was
tho mind which conceived aud liis
was the hand which was executing
tho vast redjustment of inter
national relations which now is in
progress and which is juBt ontor
mg its most critical ponod. Tho
bucoosb of his stupendous plan
was nlmost assured. Ho aspired
to mako Russia tho dominaut
Continued on -Jfi Paje.
MRS - WILLIS ENTERTAINS
l)AN:K I.V IIONOSt OF .T1IN
m'l.AMZl AT WAIKIKI.
I Nrtitl.onliJoor Ktrnt Wit It III Nniindnl
UieNiiH -Tr Iture
- KMJ .11.
Hon. Albert S. Willis, Uuitc'tf
States Minister, has taken up hie
ollicial residence, for a few monthr
nl least, at tho beach houso of
Mr. von Holt, in Kaniolaui Park.
Mrs. Willis gave a danco there
night in honor of her sister,.
Miss Dulauey, who is on a visit
to Honolulu. Although the In
vitation wos very neartho ovont,
a goodly assembly responded,
comprising the following, named:'
Hon S M Damon, Minister of
Finance; Mr Ellis Mills, U S Con-
sul General; Mr W Porter Boyd,
U S Vice Consul General, ami
Mrs Boyd;. Mr T Rain Walker,
British Vice Consul, aud Mrs
Walkor; Captain Watson, Dt
Smith, Lieut Harris, with Mrf
Harris, Ensign Preston and Mr
England, of tho U S S Ad.-uns;
Mr and Mrs F M Swanzy, Dr O
B Coopor; Prof A B Ingulls aud
wife, Misses Kolsoy, Axtell, Law
rence and Maud Millard, Messrr
Frouch and Colston, of Oahu
College faculty; Judgo O F Hart
and Miss Hart, Mr and Mrs John
S Walker, Mrs Hugh Guun, tho
MiBscs Carter, the Misses Young,
tho Misses Afong.Mias Hannigan,
Miss Ella Thrum, MisB Field,
Miss Campbell, Dr Howard, Ma
jor Potter and Secretary Marks of
tho Foreign OHico. Messrs W C
Parke, Walter F Dillingham,
Armstrong Smith, D Logan, O it
Hyde Jr, Hany Wilder, D ff
Thrum, W H Comwoll Jr, A S
Willis Jr and W H O Norton.
A string of colored lanterns
was hung over tho front gateway,
and tho treos ou tho lawn were
profusely illuminated iu tho samo
stylo. American flags screened
olT a corner of tho grouuds where
the banquet supplies wcro laid
out ready for service Tho elegant
lanai, with its rich brown fiuah,
was devoted to dancing, for whicla
tho Kawaihau quiutetto club
At eight o'clock Mrs. Willie
hold a brief reception, presenting
the guest of tho evening to the
visitors. Then camo tho dance.
which was enjoyed with zest
until nearly 11 o'clock, when a
hue collation, topped with ica ,
oroam and sherbets, was serve!
to tho company seated iu sociable
groups at small tubles under the
trees. Cooling beverages were
dispensed on tho grounds through
out tho evening. Tho rhythm ot
tho waves dashing on tho boach
closo by gave a pootio flavor to
tho ropast. This part of tho en
tertainment was a delightful night
i from a
Tho ruddy glow of lights
largo Uotilla of fishinc:
boats in tho oiling ndded to tho
woird oharm of a moonless sky
over Boa aud shore.
Tho largo Punahou patty wan
couvoyod from tho collego and
back in ono of the H. 'I'. Co.'b
omnibuses, and our representative
who occupied a corner of the
vehicle can testify, taking tho risk
of boing too coinmuuicative, thai
tho devoted baud ot instructors
thoroughly on joyed tho outing in.
tho refreshing night coolness.
Mrs. Willis aud hor honored
BpousQ nro to bo congratulated
upon having givon an exceedingly
pioasurablo social function on thic
Mr. Shanks is a vory pleasant
and wholesome - looking young
man who arrived from tho Coast
today. Ho iB a son of tho ex
Mayor ot Dublin, Ireland, vrh
roprosonted that city at tho World's
Fair. Mr. Shanks will mako att
indefinite Btay in Honolulu. Ho
waB shown about town this morn-
jug by Sir Robert Horron, bi
I father's old friend.
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