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Vol. VIII. No. 1498
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1900.
Pbiob 5 Gents.
, SUICIDE'S LETTERS FOUND
Frank Perontka Addresses (be Public
, ' and Whole World.
Was Dealing With Borrowed Hone; and
i team Ncarlj Everything lo His
') Creditor In Mlnneola.
Frank Peroutkn, tha Ilolicmlan from
Minnesota who was found dead at tlio
Villa on Tuesday, left a number of
letters on tho bureau of his room. One
of theso had the envelop? addressed,
"To the Public." There la it letter
for Harry Armltago written on onu
side of a half sheet of note paper, with
a postscript on tho back, which Is com
posed ns follows:
"Honolulu, H. I., Mar. 22. 1000.
"Mr. Henry Armit.ig'j
i ..,! i, no miniiniutiiitup nit i to Join him at tho Const, hue com
ffiA.1? ,d 1S "2nd I'Hcd but In a short time displayed con-
honest gentleman for that to soitlo us ", nB unsaiisiacioiy ns over, micr
write Tin letter & Gol will remember stay ng there a little over a year she
w ul II1 I ,1 now tn vnll fnr vmir WOntCll to gO home. 1 llC.V letUrllOll to
ft?1,.?111 (1 Pay t0 J 0Ur i Minnesota, where she managed to net
"Mr. Henry Armltago bo so kind and
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uu wnuk i unn juu iui ... ...vV.. ......... ,
Tnln Tnrndn Inrnrmt for tlireo
months SC2.25 on threa per sents
.u. ..,. ., a.nin i..inir nn IK iiiia
ri if ho d dnl re'd PU.so look
last & If ho utiint reui. 1 it.tso iook
for the draft and obllgo (over
"Yours Veiy Truly
"from Winona, Minn , II. S."
This Is on tho back:
"Mr. Henry Armltago I with to be
.".:.. .. ; tt i.Ti.. 1... n.i,r.iii, 1
Pilst & give Crosso Hut cheapo on my
Orkve&oMlge. oderwiso It my friend
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The BULLETIN offers to the per-
wns who, between r-ebruary ist ana .
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol-.
lowing prizes :
Ut Prize Cleveland Bicycle
The winner of the 1st prize is it liberty
tn rtinnr hrtwrtn models OO. 0? ill) 1 04 01
the loco Cleveland Bicycle. MoJd 94 is
nuH rnrer. Wflpht 20 DOUndS. ft. 'del 02
ia8htroadwheeI,weiRhink2 lb and
Model ,oo a heavier road I wheel wt Jt w.
oVthe liono Bicycle ColVVts
MnXli hniTlJ the winner of 1st prize be
MOaeiS, SnOUlU IIIC W1I1IICI Ul ,51i"",
Snd Prize, 8lner 8cwln Ma
.... . ,,
winner of this prize may ci oose
PuSite'S L7r S
thntulih osflllatlne shuttle and ton cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. Tills
machine will be furnished bv B. Ucr
tferscn. sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Canteru,
4x5, with Outfit. $40.00.
,.,- o c i.,. n,.,.w- ..-in,,
0. Sr., has Double Swing , ff ".".S",,, VnL ' questions of law, lawyers should com
s Sliding Front, and l.nk and Jmavom It. If It Is ..Imply to estimate
using. This camera may be otters were only discovered this mom- , coud Uo tUo k , b.
Dlnl.w fr frt-iic(nrp
nwd with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes i nate no uer, 1 npou, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Hack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the l.ermin
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
itlt Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
ent Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, ltO.OO.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet invented. It is to be
electtd from the stock of the Berjinte-om
MuhIc Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the cjntest
must be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months in advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of Mibscrlp
tlons will be counted in this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
1. Subscriptions should be s-nt in as
loon as secured, together with th name
and address of the person to wli.un the
lubscription Is to be credited, as will as of
the subscriber. Great care should li- taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
iddress of each new subscribtr.
4 Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try tor these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
.ntltllng the holder to cast so many votes
, h. r-Linta n of hs choice accuidlngto
the term of his subscription, will be given I
to each new suoscriuer iuiuuicu w m
receipt for the subscription, as previously
'"subscription Rates: W.po per year,
2.cc for three months;strictly in advance.
want mo Durrled In Winona or My
Daughter then you can pay all Expcns
& send my body their."
Tho main letter begins abruptly
thus: "All Public o Wholo World 1
must let you know what kind living I
havo since I Married and that is IT
year ago." pn tho buck of tho sec
ond sheet, the wholo letter covering a
dozen pages, are endorsed tho words,
"For tho public In tin world."
After the Introductory sentence al
ready given tho writer proceeds to say
that after saving $303 working ns a
shoemaker ho started business for him
self. Almost Immediately after his
marriage, he nsscrtj, a doctor whom he
names trespassed upon his conjugal
rights, which was the beginning of a
long train of miseries. Sometime later
a Journeyman shoemaker In his cm
ploy, also named In tho letter, became
tho unlawful recipient of hla wife's af
fections. Pcroutkn hoped that hlh wlfo would
come to n better stato it mind after the
birth of a child, but tho ovent proved
very much tho contrary "Sho not llko
mo nt all," Is tho terse description of
mo at all," Is his tcdao description of
her nttltudo then. DUheirtened hn
left for California, whence after a
the business Into her oun bands.
tor four years sho failed
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tho arising of a temptation to shoot
hi" wlfo and any of her male friends
,,. In ,, ,.... . ,.ia
discovered In her company. Hut his
decision Is recorded: 'I ran not tukc
life. I prefer to tako my own first."
Then ho desires all tho newspapers to
publish a list of about a scoro of men
whom he charges with having con-
1 trlbutcd to his sorrow J.
"uesi rcgarus 10 my menus, me
""fortunate man concludes, "and extra
very bes .regards to ny very Rood
......... "-" " ,": ;a,
01 personal euecin mil iiviu. niuiu iuu
"ono hair chain and one lady 8 wnlch
and short watch chain, and neck
chains: one nlaln ring, ono In my
! pocket book: ono set ring, two on my
lingers; ono gold-filled watch and solid
ha, charm la not ,,, Ono clmvm
contains his child's hair. The hair
Jo msr sho did not gl.e It to him but
ho stole it.
Ho lcavos his own
daughter, also all hii books and flOO.
The rest belongs to John Poroda,
butcher in Winona, Minnesota, from
whom ho borrowed $ SHOO on two notes, I
Dec. 14, 1899. Hero ho bought 100
... ', ,..,.. a n rr. .....
Mr Armltago. He says ho has 30O In
, nBl b bank nlul ,.lwo chccks rrom
&" ab'",t Jfc0 ta tta pant3
I "Kute this is honest." ho states I
In closing tho Inventory "and you
,. , i.iin to Rn.i t,im
(nnmelng his Wlnom creditor) all
nbovo after paying my funeral, and
that Bhould not bo ovor $100, and tho
teat, clothing, sugar stoek phares or
( monoy for and u j, jeweiry ,,i,ch i
'l0 nt elvo to my dauhtor send to him
becnus eit Is all for his money so I
want you to send him nil."
Below his signnturo the declaration
ot intended sulcldo Is mndo thus:
"When I can not live with my wife
and good child, then I do not wnnt to
llvn nnv Innppr.
..Goo,i j,yo who knows me and 1 wlfih
you would publish In all the p.ipers."
Tho body of Frank Perontka hns
Another Clenr Day.
2 p. m. Theio aro no new
developments at the Hoard of
Health ofTlce today. Tho bulle
tin again shows a row of ci
phers. This is the fifth clear
day ot tho now scries.
AHHimlt With a Weapon.
Tho enso of Pan Sang, Poll Choy, Ah
Mang, Leo I.oong and Tung, C'hong
charged with assault with a weapon
nu Clico Kit, camo up In tho Polkp
Court this forenoon but wni set for
tho 9th, Inst. This was tho ciirq in
which Cheo Kit had til skull injured
by an attack with plckawi and tho llko
in Mnnon. Tho troublo aroto over a
Attorney General Cooper Is leprc
Hentlng tho prosecution In the Down
ing case In tho Polleo Court. Crrtgh
ton and Strauss for tho pioecutlou.
St. LouIb College L. 8.
Tho St. Louis Colloga Literary So
ciety held 11 meeting last night at
which tho following aincuro for the en
suing year were elected: C. II. Hose,
president: D. P. Zablan, vlro president:
13. Herndt, secretary and treasurer;
Ilrother Thomas, stage manager. Three
now members were elected to active
membership. The society will present
another play In tho near future.
Two Vc8el8 Depart.
Tho Russian bark Aldebarhn sailed
for Uaker's iBland today to load
guano for Now South Wales.
Tho Helen Denny sailed for Eureka
to load lumber for Now South Wales.
PURPOSE OF CLAIMS COORT
A. G. H. Rrbertson Oilers Pertinent
Points for Discussion.
Is (be Court lo Determine the Gcwnmem's
Liability or Assess Damages' and Accept
Full Liability Money to Pay.
Editor Evening Bulletin. Tho ob
jection to tho Court of Claims which
hus been raised by tho Chamber of
Commerce and tho Finance Committee
of tho Council amounts to moro than
a mcro objection to tho constitution of
the Court. This Is shown by tho re
marks made at yesterday's meeting of
the Chamber as well ns by the report
of the Finance Committee.
Tho difference of opinion ns to tho
composition of tho Court arisen from
two different ideas as to the purpose
for which the Court Is established.
As I understand It the Government Is
In favor of paying for losses that can
bo shown to have been raused by Ille
gal acts, cither of ommlsslou or com
mission on tho part of the Health au
thorities, but refuse to pay for tho de
struction of property by tho Board of
Health If the Board Is shown to havo
acted within Its lcgnl authority.
Tho President therrfoio appointed
tho Court of Claims for the purposo of
deciding primarily whether according
to legal principles the Hoard of Health
has committed any Illegal nets or gone
beyond its nuthorlty in destroying
property in its endeavors to suppress
the plnguo epidemic, if the Hoard lia3
done only what It was legally Justified
In doing the Government admits no
Tho quCBUon as t0 tho Board's rights
'nml authority Is a question of law, and
i"ai oeing me principal question 10
bo submitted to tho Court of Claims,
tho President very properly composed
tho Court of lawyers.
It would be absurd to submit uu im
portant question of law lo tho decision
of a Court composed, oven partially
only, of Inymen. I do not express any
opinion ns to the quajlllcatlonn of tho
" - l"
,cnst ona o lhcm ,g
sonaiiy inieresieu U3 1111 owner in
uiuuuiowii inupvn-y. 11 11113 i ku iiiu
nppointment should not hive hi en
Now the Chamber of Commerce
wants and expects the public treasury
to pay for all losses resulting from tho
Uonrd of Health's nctlon In continuing
tho plague, irrespective entirely of any
legal obllcatlon on the part of the Gov
ernment to pay.
From tho standpoint ot tho Chamber
questions of law should cut no figure
, .,, ,Hnr nt nil r'nni.,.nnonllv Ihn
members of tho Chamber can sco no
senso In appointing lawyers on tho
Court, and according to their theory
tho only work for tho Court to do Is to
accldo tho question of tho vnluo of tho
It is useless for gentlemen to nrcuse
a lawyer of appointing lawyois, when
tho nccussers, as business men, aro
committing tho same offensa by clam
oring for tho appointment of business
Tho first thing to do Is to ilecldo
what tho Court Is to 1)J appointed for.
If it is for tho purptio of deciding
ably better than nttorncya.
Tho composition ot tho Court would
almost settle Itself If tho object of
Its appointment wcro agreed on.
Tho losses havo been variously esti
mated at from ?2,000,0C0 to $7,000,000.
As tho opportunity to present claims
affords n grand chnnco for fraud and
Imposition on tho Government perhaps
they will totnl up neare-1 lo tho latter
figure than tho former.
I havo yet to hear whero the money
to pay these claims is taming I10111.
It Is certainly not In tho Treasury
now, and It would not bs right to Dor
row It, issuing bonds, for posterity will
no doubt havo epidemic enough of Its
own to pny for.
A. G. M. KOHK11TSON.
Honolulu, April 5, 1900.
Tho majority of fashlonablo people
of Honolulu rather buy their hats In
Iwnkaml's Hat Department than any
TUB WATERMAN IDEAfc FOUN
TAIN PEN. AH sizes, nil shapes. H. F.
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
DAY ANDN'GHT CLASSES
COWAN AND HARRIS
Rooms ii-u, wd Floor J 9 a, m 4 e. m.
Hours r.io-vy p, m
FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT
Council of State Yotes Money and
Liberal Pro;lslon for Board of Health -Couit
cf Claims to Be Discussed Further on
The following members were present
at the Council of Stato meeting yester
day nfternoon: President Dole, Minis
tors E. A. Mott-Smlth, Young, Damon
and Cooper; Councillors Kennedy,
Nott, Gear, Jones, Roblnuon, Kaulukou,
Iscnbcrg, Achl, Allen, Gonsalves, mid
Mr. Jones presented tho repot t of tho
special commlttco on Act No. 7, for
expenses of the Court of Claims, tho
gist of which was given In yesterday's
After somo discussion, tho Executive
wanting time for consideration, thn bill
with tho report was mado the special
order for Friday.
Mr. Young reported on the claim of
John K. Prendergast for two succcsslvo
chairmen of the Koolauloa road board,
in 1891 and lvJ' amounting to ?2'J3 75.
Tho clnlm was u Jtnt one but succeed
ing rond boards had declined to pay the
money out of road taxes for their
terms. Ho recommended tho Insertion
of an item to pay tho bill. Adopted.
Tho consideration of Ileum In Act
No. 2 was resumed with results as
JoneH Scores Rowell.
To complcto Nuuanit road to Pall,
Mr. Jones asked who made, thn esti
mate, nnd, being told tho Superinten
dent of Public Works, said ho was ono
who had advanced money to complete?
this road. Ho nsk?d tho Superinten
dent what It would coit, and ho assur
ed him he could do tho work for $U,
000. Now, with the unpaid bills appro
priated and this Item, they wore ask
ed for $23,565.18, or 00 per cent moro
thnn was assured him. lie would vote
for the item but at tho camo tlmo nd
slved tho Mlniitcr to look around for
another ftveriutendent of Public
Mr. Iscnbcrg Kokua nut (very much
1110 item passed. .
From Current Account.
Walalac and Koko Head, $2500.
Ewa and Waianne: Klpnna bridge
and approaches, $1000.
Wulaltia: Homestead road mid
Here nn Item .wns Insetted: Roads
and bridges, Kauai: Hanalel, $5,000.
Road Damages. All inlands, unpaid
bills, $773.50; new, $125,000, commltteo
recommends $225,000 which carried.
Electric light Honolulu unpaid bills,
Lighting streets other than Honolu
lu and Hllo unpaid bllu, $11.2,,.
Electric light Honolulu, $12,000
Qasollno plant 200 h. p. for electric
station, Nuunnu, $12,000. Referred to
Attorney Gcuornl as to right In view of
Hawaiian Electric Co. s franchise.
Running expenses laundries, $3000.
Iwllel ditch, $1200.
Addition to postofllce, Honolulu, $13,
000. Mr. Jones asked what's tho use, If
tho United States takes over the post
ofllco within threo months.
Mr. Young answered If such docH not
happen postal business will bo In n bud
Tho Item pnsscd.
New government dlspeiif.iry mid
emergency hospital, $25,000.
Committee recommends $30,000 for
Insane Asylum bulldlnga.
Mr. Iscnbcrg hud been out then; thni
morning. Thero aro 13i neoplo thoie,
and tho buildings falling awny.
Mr. Young supported the Item and It
' Telephone from Noith Kona to South
Committee recommends $1200 for
telcphono from Hllo eoitrthouso to
Puna on condition that residents pio
vldo n llko amount and Government
hao frco uso of two Instrument' for
five yenis. Carried.
Uonrd of Health IMIIh.
Hoard of Health. Commltteo ie
comincnds $3753.33 - for unpaid bills,
giving Items. Carried.
Kulaupnpa store, $20,000. Commit
tea recommends nn additional Item of
$351.33 tor settlement of kulciiuu
claims at Knlmipapn. Can If d.
Removing Garbage: Coninilcteo 10
commends $200 for unpaid bills. C'nr
rl6d. Purclias& 12 odorleni oxcauloi'B,
$12,000: 2 sewerage scows, $3,000; I!
(Continued on page C.)
Ruts in Chinatown.
Luna Blindage on the staff of Mr.
Hilts killed a rat near Knumakaplll
church, and sent It to Dr. Hoffmann for
post mortem according to standing or
ders. The men cleaning up tho firo
debris In Chlnntqwn report many rats
in the district.
HON, H0AP1LI BAKER DEAD
Close of Career of Well-Known and
Prominent Figure of the Monarchy Descended
From Chiefs or National Note Demise
Sudden -Funeral Sunday.
Robert Honplll Raker, aged about 53
years, died nt tho homj of J. A. Cum
mins, Pawaa, late yesterday afternoon.
Heart disease was ho lomplalnt. De
ceased had been 111 for it long period.
Robert Honplll JSait'T whs born at
Walkapu, Maul, flity ycar.i ago. Hn
family was of lilgti rank and under the
monarchy ho was 11 men of piomtueucc.
Ho wns of splendid phyxinui; and pre
possessing demeanor. Sometimes win-n
conducting evening regimental rVls
as colonel of the fences people would
mistake him fur King Knlakaun. Ho
wns coiumlssiuiii'J as first lieutenant 111
the King's Gu.ud mi Feb. 12. 1S7, and
Mnjor on Much 17. liSl.
Major Raker was appointed Gover
nor of Maul, Moloknl and Lanal on
Oct. 4, 18SG, and held tho position until
tho Reform Legislature of 18s7 abolish
ed governorships. At the samo tlmo
tho wife of his brother, Colonel John
T. linker, a chlefess, wns Governess of
Hawaii. Major Uakor was appointed
by Kalakaua as a member of tho Privy
I Council of Stato on August '2, 18S4,
wui'vu uiuuuKniani renewing ins com
mission as such on March 7, 1891, when
sho reconstructed that body, which
held 11 slmllur relation to tho Crown
ns that held by the Council of State to I
the Executive of tho Republic.
On May 15, 1889 Major Raker wus
promoted to bo Aldo-de-eamp and Col- I
oncl on tho staff ot Kalakaua, and ho
received a similar commission from
Lllluoknlanl In March, lS'Jl. .Colonel
Uakor took tho oath to tho Republic of
Hawaii on January 9, 1835. He was
appointed n member ot tho Hoard ot
Registration of Electors for this Island.
Colouel Raker was formerly a member
ot tho Anglican church, attached to
Ulshop Willis's congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral. Ho-wob n native Ha
waiian of high Intel llgonco and fine
manners, with a genial disposition that
made friends of nil who became ac
quainted with him. Hla mnnly form
will be greatly misled on tho streets
The funeral of the late Robeit Hon
plll Itakcr will take place Sunday af
ternoon. Tho body will He In state in
Mlillnni Hall back ot the opern houso
from 2 to 4 and tho services will begin
at the hitter hour. G. J. Waller will
officiate us head of tho Reorganized
Church of Jesus Christ ot the Latter
Day Saints ot which deceased wus 11
member. Interment will tnke place In
Deceased leaves .1 wife, Mrs Erama
Baker and the foltowing children.
Robert Honplll Raker, Jr., of the band,
Mrs. C. W. Uooth and Vllo linker nnd
Emma Raker, minors.
Robert Honplll Riker wns ot noblo
blood. Ho was a descendant of Llloa,
the first king of Hnwall and his great
grandfather wns Naputipahucho", high
chief of Maul.
The performance of "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" by Ernest Ilognn'i company at
the Orphcum tonight li looked forward
to with n, great deal of Intereat. Mr.
Hognn ns Uncle Tom should bo any
thing hut disappointing. The gentle
man has nt times, even In comedy
work, Bhown Hint he possesses tho
ability to make a pait of this kind a
decided success, If not n revelation.
The coloicd company will have the
support of tho Orphcum stock conipany
and tho combination should icalle the
expectations of tho most fastidious.
Thcui Is a good advinro bale, and a big
houso Is assured. Heretofore the hlna
Ing members of tho company havo con
fined themselves to lcgltlmnto harmon
ics, but tonight theio Is 11 promlsj of
some old time plantation singing 1:1
which It would he !uio-Mb!,i to ic
frnlii fiom running Into tun "bather
shop" chords, tint oilglnated on the
Southern plantations during tho times
of slavery, which aio i.o enjnynbto. No
doubt Mr. Hognn has been saving this
clabs ot woik for tin end of his n
gagement; If so it will be k treat.
Rat Had Nu iiacllll.
I'd. Towso bent to the bibointory of
the Hoard of Health tills morning a int
killed by ono of tho Chinatown Inborn 3
In n cesspool near t li. ruin uf Knuma
kaplll church. Dr. lloitnmnn made
some slides this morning and found
the rat to be perfectly fieo from plague
Court ol Clnlmn.
The former serge mt-at-arni'i ot the
Senato went up to tho office of the
Chief Justice In tho government build
lug this forenoon nnd removed there
from tho sign that has .10 long marked
tho entrance. This was done prepara
tory of tho occupancy of Un office by
the Court of Claims.
TWO WILL CASE APPEALS
John Cassldy Appointed Goirdlan ot
Mrs. i. Weir Robertson,
Bark Stmlnole L!b:l Dismiss(d Sttthment of
Mrs. Wllielm's Ettale -Court Visits
Maria do Silva Pavao petitions for
letters of administration on the estate
ot her late husband, which consists of
a $1,000 policy In tho Gctmnula Life In
Judge Silllman yesterday ordered the
will ot Annie N. Holokahlki admitted
to probate, appointing Wllllo II. Holo
kablkl sole executor under $500 bund.
Ka-no for petitioner; Ka.ieakuu for K.
Kekoa, contestant, n broth r of Iho tes
tatrix. The contest int'.( uttorucy not
ed nn nppcal to a Jury.
On the petition of Mrs. Eliza B. Cas
sldy, Judge Silllman Imp appointed
John Cassldy as guardian of Mrs. Mar
caret A. Robertson, widow of the late
Jas. Weir Robertson unit sister of pe
titioner, nnd who is nun at Stockton,
Cal. The bond Is $0,000. A. W. Car
ter for petitioner.
An appeal of Angcllno DcvcrlU of
Hanalel, Kauai, from Judge. Stanley's
decrco admitting to probate tho will
of her mother. Mrs. Emma Angelina
Dcverill has been withdrawn. The will
mado decedent's brother, Thomas
Llndscy ot Walmca, Haw-all, i.ole de
visee and executor.
Judgo Silllman sustained tho excep
tions to the libel of th bark Seminole
by Sam Fuiishlmn on account of al
leged assault nnd talso arrest upon
complainant by Chlpmnn Taylor, mas
ter ot the vessel.
Robertson & Wlldir for plaintiff In
Clcghorn vs. Castle rnovo to i-et n day
for hearing tho demurrer of Mary
Drown, ono of tho defendants. .
In making an order approving the
accounts of F. J. Wllhclm, as adminis
trator of his deceased wife's estate.
Judge Silllman den'.es tho claim ot
Frcderlcw Albert Smith, nn adopted
child, for a portion of tho estate. The
articles of adoption did not doclarc
tho child to bo nn heir of deceased.
Mrs. U11I Smithies, wife ot Archibald
Smithies, daughter, is declared In ths
order boIo heir subject to it life Inter
est of the surviving htiRbend In one
third of the income of tho real estate
Judge Silllman had tho Mano.i water
controversy of Lum Ah Leo's va. Ah
Soong's hul before hlia ngain. The
Court goes up to look nt the premises
WANTS $5000 DAMAGE8.
S. Furushlraa, former steward ot the
bark Seminole, has brought suit
against Captain C. T.tvlor of that ves
sel. Plalntirt claims $5,009 damages,
alleged to have rcsultul to him from
Injury done to his poiton, reputation,
character and feelings In that the de
fendant did on March Hi, 1900, wilful
ly and mnllcIoiiKly iihsault nnd beat
him nnd did then tnd thero wilfully,
maliciously nnd unlawfully cause him
to bo wrongly imprisoned nnd re
strained or his liberty. Mngoon nnd
Long for plaintiff.
Thn libel has been removed from tho
Seminole on account of tho nctlon or
Judgo Silllman who throw out the hill
libeling tho ship. It was his decision
that tho matter should have been per
sonal. As a result of this, thn action
against Captain Tavlor N hrnueht.
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