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Vol. V. No. 1016.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, OOTOUElt 20, 1898.
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Pitioc 5 Ohxts. M
F0RHE( QUEEN DEFENDANT
Sued on Alleged Agreement of Agent to
Yoluoilnojs Documents In Another Rice Land
Controversy Other Mitten of In
tercst In High Courts.
A chambers summons hna issued,
entitled, "WougKwni, vs. Lydia K.
Uomiuin, otherwiso known ns Lili-
uokuliiui." It U n bill in equity for
specific perfornmiicc, to compel (Jo
foiuliuit to executo u leaao of tlio
nhupuan oE Lutnuhai, Kauai, tit an
annual rental of S2300, for a term
of tou years beginuing Jnuuary 1,
11)00. The defendant by her uutho
rized ngout, Joseph Ileloluhe, it is
alleged, agreed in writing with V
0. Akann, as agent of plaiulilT, to
execute such a leafo. Now it is al
leged sho is preparing to lease the
laud to a thud party, ami an in
junction to restrain her from so do
me is nrayoil for. L'lnintiu allege
ho has been for many years tenant
of tho land, cultivating a laro por
tion of it as a rice plantation, aud
if defendant refuse to execute tho
lease it will causo him irrcparablo
minry. Jj. A. Ihurstou is attomoy
H. A. Hoon by his attorney, L
A. Thurston, files an answer of
thirteen typewritten pages and
nine pagos of exhibits attachod, to
the bill iu equity to recleom mort
gago and for an accounting
brought against him by Lam Sam
Chin. lie also filoB a demurrer
to tho complhint, alleging that
Young Yung aud O. Lai should be
made parties to tlio suit. Uoten
daut also files a motion to dissolve
injunction, basing it ou atlidavits
by himself and V. L. Hopper,
which show that he is under con
tract to deliver 70 tons of paddv
to J. A. Hopper, aud, if unable to
seeuro tho paddy by tho u ort
gages aud agroempnts ag ml to
bo delivered to him, he will bo
unable to moot his obligations aud
theroby bo causou irroparable in
Judge Perry this moruiug hoard
and overruled a motion for a now
trial of Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Co. va. Kahului Ituilroiid
Co. L. A. Thurston appeared on
bohalf of A. S. Hartwoll, absent,
for planum: Kinney it Uallou for
dofendaut. Mr. Ballon presented
a bill oc exceptions, which was
nlluwod aud takes tho caeo to tho
In tho action to quiot title of
S. Ahmi vs. H. Holmes, trustee,
aud ten others, Judge Perry has
ordered "that tho plaintiff's de
murrer to tho defendants pleas iu
bar is sustained and dofoiidaut
aro requirod to answer within ti u
uavs from this date."
Tho Hawaiian Agricultural C
promptly appoaled to tho Supin m
Court from tho decision of J iLr
Perry dismissing its bill ag
Samuol Norris for Bpouitiu
A uuanimous opinion of
Supromo Court has b"en lendered
in the case of F. L. lJr'eh v3. A.
V. Gear. It is written by Paul
Neumann, who sat as substitute
Justice with Chief Juaticn Judd
' aud Justico Whiting. The matter
was an appeal taken by plaintiff
from a docisiou of tho Uirouit
Judgo of tho First Circuit, sus
taining defendant's demurrer to
tho bill as amended and dismiss
ing the plaintiff's bill without
!)rejndico. It is decided by tho
Supromo Court that, "Tho demur
ror should bo ovorrulod witlL-Ionvo
to dofendaut to answer, and with
tuoso directions tho case is remit
ted to tho Circuit Court for fur-
thor proceodingB." And tho law
declared in tho syllabus is this :
"Equity will tako jurisdiction
for tho rolief of ono partner where
his copartnor soeks to obtain for
his solo use, and to tho exclusion
of tho plaintiff, tho bouofit arising
from a transaction withiu the
soopo of the copartnership.
"A bill to obtain such specific
"Jt. . .. .. ,J.'. .uWT,.,. ..
rcliof is not demurrable bocauso a
general accounting is not prayed
for, and that irrespective ot the
dissolution or contiuuanco of the
Kinney & liallou for plaintiff;
Q. D. Gear for defendant.
.1. M. Vlvni Iii(i Ilrilrnlilo Property on
J. M. Vivas advortisos in this
issue valuablo property that will
warrant tho attention of people
desiring good investments. The
prospective farmer will find an
exceptionally good bargain in tho
twenty aoro farm at Ilonokaa,
Hawaii. This farm is iu tho pink
of condition" partly planted with
good sovon-year-old coffee; good
dwelling houses, oxsn and carts,
aud imported stock. Lvorytuing
connected with tho place is in
first class order. A coffee tract in
Kona ib also offered. Tho city
property is iu tho best residenco
districts and can bo purchased nt
at vory reasonable figures. Tho
reason why tho most of this pro
perty is put ou the tuarkot is that
the present owuors intoud making
n change of residence. Mr. Vivas,
who is favmably known to tho
business community can bo found
at bis office next to tho post office.
XAVIH tTio.v now ci.osi:u.
No KlomllkeiM Will lime to Take the
Vancouver, 13 0., Oct. 10. Rep
resentative Mason, who has just
arrived from Dawson, reports that
navigation on tho Yukon is now
closed. Tho last steamer to leave
for St. Michaol was the Sarah.
Tho steamer James Domvillc
wont agrouud near lliuk llapids
aud tho stoamor Clara iB agrouud
iu a slough close to Indian lllver.
Iioth Ktoamors wero coining up tho
Want a Tiiic-of-Wnr.
Casoy, a member of Co. A, 18th
Infantry, now nt Camp Otis, is
anxious to get a tug-of-war match
with tho AVeln ka Hao team or
any other team of natives. Casey
iB an nthlote beyond doubt and ho
says he has inon who cau pull
anything over tho line. Should
any toam wish to arraugo for a
match they may commuuicato with
Casey at Camp Otis.
Word was recoivod from tho
family of Julius Hoting iu Bre
men by the Gaolio's mail, of date
two days lato than tho last previ
ous letters aunounuing his serious
ninoss. mr. noting snowed no
sign of improving, and was unablo
to recognize members of his fam
ily. American Capital InvOateil In UiiKlnnil.
London, Octobei 10. Tho rop-ro-M'iitative
o a Pittsburgh coui
pauy is negotiating for twonty
acres of laud on tho banks of tho
Manchester ship canal, whero it is
proposed to orect a manufactory
of non-corrosiva metal which will
employ 5000 men.
Plcnlo at Wulklkl.
Tho Dnughtors of Hebokkah aro
indulging iu a pionio in Wuikiki
today, complimentary to Mrs. Mc
Gregor and hor daughter, Miss
McGregor, both of whom will
leave shortly for tho colonies
there to spoud about a year.
Royal make the louj pure,
wholesome nail dellcWut.
snvu cAtuwi rowotn co.. Nrvvonx
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ANOTHER BIG STOCK SALE
Broker W. E. Brown Handles 95
Shares of Ewa at $230.
Later Advances Fire Points Active Day on
Stock Exchange -Oabu Still Largely
Handled at Good Prices.
This was anolhor rocord brook
ing day on tho Stock Exchange.
Broker W. E. Brown sold 95
shares of Ewa at $230. which
involved S21,850. This holds the
record up to tho prosent and fur
tlior indicates that large blocks of
stock aro rot a drug in tho market.
Board salos and street sales
roportcd aggregated 829,830. Two
lots of Oahu Assessable at $142
and 10 of Ewa at $230 woro sold
on 'Change nud from tho street the
following sales woro noted:
Two Iota of Oahu Assessable 10
share each $112, two lots of. Ewa
10 and 85 chares at $230.
- Ewa closed at $235 with $230
bid. For Oahu Asaesaablo $1-11
was bid and $142 asked. "Wilder
S. S. Co. $110 bid $120 asked.
Following aro tho closiug quo
tations: Askod for Ookala $100,
Olowalu S120, Pacific Mill S250,
Paia Plantation $250, Popoekeo
$205, Pioneer Mill $375, Wailuku
$285, Waimaualo 190. 1. 1. S. N.
Co. $1-10, Hawaiian Electric $202,
Mutual Telephone Co. $14.
Murvlilanil Navy Xotei.
Vallojo, Oct. 8. At 2 o'clock
this aftcruo'ju Commodore John
AVntsou formally assumed com
mand of tho Mare island Navy
Yard and station.
Tho Hartford will bo taken
from tho dock on Monday and tho
Yorktown will tako hor placo on
Tuesday. 8he is nearly ready to
go into commission. Thirty-fivo
men who onlisted for tho war will
go East on Monday by train. Thoy
will bo discharged to date from
thoir arrival at thoir various
places of onlistmont in tho East
aud tho Government furnishes
llrilllantly Colored PI.U.
Never in ninny mouths un
such a display of brilliantly col
ored fish seou ut tho market as
that of yestorday. Each counter
was laden with tho most beautiful
that swim in Hawaiian waters.
Each fisherman soomod to secure
these kind ot fish. Visitors who
wont to tho market hurriod home
to tell thoir friends and, boforo 5
o'oloek thoro woro crowds down to
boo tho display.
Maloln SWIt Tomorrow.
Tho fishing nmack Malolo will
sail lato tomu.ow afternoon for
tho purpose o." visiting stations at
Lahaina aud on the island of La
nai. No fishing will bo dono on
tno trip as uaptain anss is anxi
ous to havo all tlin nrilimiiDirinn
arranged boforo starting out. Sta
tious at tho places named are ne
cessary and this work will of
coureo bo tho lust,
I.ont ot the .MucllllH'iy,
Tho Mauna Loa.is taking on
today tho last of tho machinery
for tho coffoo dryinL' pluilnw
boing put up at tho homo of Dr.
A. Mo"Vayno in Kona. Dr. Mo
Wayno oxpocta to do some vory
good business with his rocout im
portation. Hull T llvak.
Ordway .fe Porter, tlio extensive
furnituro doalora of Hotel & Bothel
streets, havo just recoivod a largo
iuvoico of roll top office desks.
Tho desks nro In many styles, nor-
mitting all to bo suited.
This ovor popular llaiiiior boor
is becoming a housohold word
and "will you havo a glass of
Seattle" is more often henrd than
auything olso. Tho Criterion
Saloon havo tho boor on tap or in
JrlliWfWMriii. i.'n'w Lt'iii-.itiii n'lH
JAM. Hli:itH()()l) llfJCIIAItUltl).
Cain Occupied Much Time In Police
Most of tho timo in tho Police
Court this forenoon was takon up
with the trial of Jus. Sherwood of
Long Branch, Waikiki, on Jtho
charge of Belling spirituous liquor
without a liceuso. A. G. M.
llobortson appoared for tho do
fenso whilo Marshal Brown con
ducted the prosecution.
Tho witnesses for tho prosecu
tion, youug men who woro nt
Long Branch on tho day tho place
was raided, told about tbo same
story. Thoy had gono out for n
quiot afternoon by tho seasido,
had taken boor with tho luncheon
that had been served and had" .tak
en sorao gin later. No ono knew
who put tho beer on tho tabic It
was thoro when they went in. As
to tho gin, this was given them by
Deputy Marshal Chilliugworth. "
There was absolutely no evi
donco produced to show tho guilt
of tho dofonttnnt, although Mar
shal Brown contended that, ac
cording to tho statute, it waa not
necesBary to show that liquor had
beon paid for.
Marshal Brown mtulo a motion
that tho liquor found ou tho place
bo confiscated aud sold. Attorney
llobortson asked for a continuance
uutil Saturday. Granted.
Another of tho proprietors of
houses raided Sunday, plead
guilty to tho fhnrgo of selling
spirituous liquor without n license
and was fined $1(0 aud costs.
Ryan, a private in tbo troops
now stationed hero, plead not
guilty to tho charge of drunken
ness. Tho mouuted patrolman
stated that, in answer to a tolo
phono mesago, ho had gono to n
placo on Alake.t street. Ho found
tho Boldioi lying by tho sido of a
feuce, drunk. Later tho polico
ollicor Haul ho found him fight
ing. Judgo Wilcox then told tho
officer what ho 'thought of him.
Ho hod tried to wnko him believe
that tho soldier was lyiug iienr
the fonco dead drunk. With a
wavo of hia hand ho dismissed the
case aud told Ryan to go about his
AJi Pook wns sont to tho reform
suhool on the ohargo of truancy.
Kahauanui was fined $15 and
cost for having cho fa tickets iu
The lllcyrlo Patrolmen,
Tho suggestion was made yes
torday that tho bicyclo patrolmen
on tho polico forco be fitted out
with regular bioyolo costumes.
Tho present ones aro very incon
venient. Tlio trousers, in tho first
place, aro extremely wrfVm and
thou ogain, the loggings which
they aro forced to wear, nro so
Btitr as to intorfero with tho rid
ing. Tho bicyclo pntrolmon aro call
ed out when tho immediato pres
once of oflicors is necossary and
ovorythmg thnt would go to pro
moto speed aud comfort, should
ho furnished tho mon.
Only Thirteen Deulln.
Sinco tho nrrival of tho Now
York and other troops now hero
only ihirteon doatha havo ocoured.
This is a low rocord considering
the miinbor of men who now in
A London dispatch says British
troops in Khartoum aro "dying
like flies "
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
INTKIUST TO WCYCI.I
KuMw Is ery scarce nnj ttajy oJvanclnR It
Ice Blades tires anJ tul-os nko t:-irrli,.,. !.
are likely to aJvance In rrlce, 50 cents a I'AlU aj-
wif ii uselkiy on sum "'" NO Al'VANCl
The o Inch wheel will not Mk ttm ri.n-nf th..n
as aivertlsei by some manufacturer in 99 canvass
ill various makers has resulted in an estlmalej ol
from 1 to 10 per cent "The Ccle Airo ' savs It Is
a passing (aJ. like the )o Inch Iron! nhtel of a few
tears 3ko and the try low heai ot this ear Pro
portionate strencth has to be followeJ out to insuie
reliablllt uhuli gains anJ keeps the popular favor.
llkycles will K JocorateJ, anJ appearance In 'oq,
stuJeJ evm.by those makers who havelielJ back
from uslnif transfers striping, etc . the JemanJ Is
tor decoration anJ Hikes will be ornamenteJ to suit
tho taste of the purchasers.
RAILI.YS HONOLULU CYCIEKY. u King
street has gooj seconj hanj wheels at $15, with new
tires $jo to f a, NI.W l)lccles $)o 'o moJel The
Hellable Stormer Wheels '98 moJel atfo tuaranteeJ
1 year. M anJ W tires.
Kepalrs of all klnJs.
f 1 per month keeps your Hike cleaneJ, oileJ anJ
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Strep,.
THE EXECUTIVE DISABLED
Minister Cooper Takes His Turn in the
Both Chief and Deputy of Interior Department
Laid Aside The Chinese Immigra
Minister Coopor Ib now con fin
ed to his homo with a bad cold
Minister King is not out yet. At
tomoy Goneral Smith is heroical
ly holding down his dosk with his
game nrm. President Dolo is
absent on Hawaii. Ministor Da
mon is the' only whole man left iu
tho Executive. Chief Clerk IlaB
singor of tho Interior Department
has bcou making puns on a bed of
languishing since Friday.
Secretary Girviu of tho Ohinose
Bureau of tho Foreign Olhce is
studying tho Nowlauds resolution
to find out tho status of Ins orieu
tal proteges under that document
Ho has about concluded that so
long as tuero is no (lunger oi ou,
000,000 Ohtuoso entering tho isl
ands beforo Congrt "othorwiso"
provides, President McKinley will
keop a blind eye ou George Strate-
moyor wliou a stoamor drop in
Sorioualy, tho question of Chi
nese immigration uudor the reso
lution of annexation is roceiving
earnest discussion in Government
circles. Tho opinion of snvcrnl
orainont lawyers has been givcu in
support of the view 'hat the pro
hibition of Chiueso immigration
in that ouactnient only Applies to
future, when Congress shall havo
enacted a echomo of government
for tho islands in placo of that
found hero on annexation.
The I.lltt Car.
The last cara of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Palama
pass the Anchor Saloon. Tho
cleverest mixologists iu tho city
aro there always to put you up
anything you may doMire. Drop
iu and tako a drop beforo yon tako
tho car. Tho celebrated Soattlo
beor is to be had hore ou draught.
A full lino of liquors including
John Downr's Scotch, O. P. S.,
ota, always on hand. Tho most
oxacting and varied demands can
be satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
iB heie to plooso its patrons.
Oathera Up tho Coal.
Thoro h a littlo dark man with
a French moustache that is at
tracting, nt the present time, more
nttontion than ho really haa any
idea of. All day long he hangs
out in tho vicinity of tho Irmgard
and old fishraarkot whnrvas. Ho
hides bohiud boxes, bugs or ma
chinery until ho spies a piece of
coal dropped by a coal curt. Then
ho darts out, gathers it up and
rushes to whore his keop is. The
littlo man is there with the carls
at 7 a. in. nnd quits "work" with
thorn at 5 p. in.
'Mluilclii'n" l I.nrry llee'a.
Mnuuol Phillips, tho bookman
who won tho protty filly "Mad-
chon" in n ralllo night before Inst,
sold hor to Larry Deo yestorday.
Mr. Deo will put tho filly into
training and tho next race day
will vory probably seo nor on tho
"Madchen" is a half sistor to
"Klattawah," tho horso thnt mado
a rocord of 2:01J recently. Alf
Horner had tho refusal of tho colt
at S300 when only two yenrs old.
1'rtenil In Need.
It. Jay Greoue, Past Comman
der of Goo. AV. Do Long Post, is
kindly interesting himBelf in bo
half of tho unfortuuntu voteran,
Moro, who hns got into trouble as
reported. Ho put up bail for
him and was today trying to en
list tho practical sympathy of
citizens for saviug tho imralytio
from tho roof.
Honolulu MesaoncerServieo de
livers mossagos and packages.
Uenernl Klnir lKvinpata Ap'ilony r
I'apera from .luilue M llcot.
Judgo Wilcox, iu his reply to
the communication from Brign
dior General King roforrcd to yeB
terday, said in effect that, if his
comments in court were proved to
have boi'ii baFed upon erroneoiiB
reports in the paper, ho would
readily make an open withdrawal
of such comments.
The reports iu quotion were of
tho action or inaction of the mili-
tary authorities upon the riotons"'
conduct of Lieutenants Merrinm
and Wheolock in proclaiming and
onforciug martini law on their
own acomnt one night upon tho
streets of JIouol llu.
Today Judgo Wilcox received a
second letter trom Brigadier Gen
eral King, requesting from tho
Distiict Miigisirnto an apology
through the newspaper for his
comments upon tho commaiidor
made nt the trial of soldiers ar
rnigmd for dihoidorly conduct.
This is Judgo Wilcox's replv:
Honolulu, October 20, 1893.
OBiigadier General, U. S. V.
Dear sir: I havo tho honor to
acknowledge tho receipt of your
communication of this date and
bog to notice tho coiiteut. In
reply pormit mo to say that I
havii nothing to add or to retract
from the communication 1 for
warded to you, dated October 18,
I have tho honor to be,
Yours very respectfully,
AV. Lunini Wilcox,
District Magistrate of Honolulu.
Tho funernl of Private Timber
lake, of Company L, 18th Infan
try, stationed at Camp Otis, took
plnce from bt. A.uliow a cathedral
this foienoon. li'lermeut took
place iu Nuuntiu cemetery. Tho
procession was headed by a firing
squad from Company Jj. Next
came (Jim plain Solnar of the
Now York Becimenf, who con
ducted tho sorvicos and following
thin wns the hatso
Tho remainder of Company L
followi d behind the hearso nnd in
tho extr'ine rear were carriages
with rcvoral ladies, among theso
being Mrs. S. M. Damon aud Mrs.
lleul l.'ttiite lluruuliin.
In this lhcue, under New Today
appoars a choice list of real estate
for oalo by J. L. Kaulukou.
Anion" the l'iiraiiis is a iiuo resi
dence lot ou King strot't, being tho
proniiaos of Mis. Kate L. Vida.
Seo the unnotincomout for a de
tfonptiou of tho property.
The chnlloiigo from tho Puualiou
to tho Town football team for a
game on Thaukngiving Day, was
accepted ot a meeting ot tho latter
toam held yesterday.
Boar Admiral John Careon
Foblgor U. S. N. is dead.
Goorge D. Saxton, n brother of
Mrs. MoKinloy was shot nnd kill
ed in Canton O., Out. 7. Mrs.
Anna O. Goorge has beon placed
Souator Morgan has arrived in
Washington aud had a eonforenco
with President MeKiuley. Mor
gan rofufiod to diacuss the Com
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Grape Crestn of Tartar Powder.
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