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Circuit court Has
Usual Busy Routine
Monday, May 21.
A temporary Injunction ling lssuoc
on tlio iiviuiun of Knplolunl Kstatr,
Limited, ngulnst Mary II. Atchcrlcy.
Allco K, Spencer, ltcbccca Kinlmaka
and 1'erclvi'l M. Kinlmaka, restraining
them from proceeding with suits of
ejectment against tho plaintiff for the
property at Queen and l'uiiclibowl
streets and certain property on Molo
knl, claiming $1:0,000 damages In each
case. A bond of $1,00? has been filed
In tho Injunction proceedings by plain
tiff ns principal nnd Samuel Parker and
A. N. Kcpolkal as sureties, 'llio plain
tiff continda that defendants aro at
tempting to take ndvautago of n gap
that It ndmlts In tho title. Ulchanl
Armstrong was on May G, 1853, ap
pointed guardian of threo minor chil
dren of Klnlmakn, and was ordered by
tho probato court on November 2 fol
lowing to convey tho lands In question
to David Kalakuua, from whom tho
plaintiff claims n clear lino of title.
It nnpeara Armstrong never obeyed tho
order, henco tho gap In tho title. Tho
plaintiff prays, among other things,
that defendants, as tho holders of the
Interest of tho Kinlmaka minors, may
be ordered to mnko n convcynnco to
It of nil their right, title and Interest
In tho lands under dispute which they
have derived from tho will of Kinl
maka. Kinney, Ilallou & McClannhan
nro attorneys for tho petitioning cor
poration. Charles Crclghton, Lylo A
Dickey and Frederick W. Hankey are
attorneys for defendants.
Amoy M. Aiiln has tiled a petition for
probato of the will of tho Into D. II.
Smith, which she nllege3 was made but
cannot be found. Petitioner was house
keeper for Mr. Smith for more than
seven years before his death. She de
clares that the missing will was exe
cuted prior to October 20, 180C, and
offers to prove It. Also, that I). II.
Smith, by such will, bequeathed to his
sister, Mrs. Chattlo Hall of lllllsvlllo,
Virginia, $3,000; to tho petitioner, $V
000, nnd all of his personal property,
with tho rcsldno ot his estate, to his
daughter, Mnmle I.. Smith, now resid
ing In Honolulu. Kinney, Ilallou &.
McClannhan nnd Wm, A. Hcnshnll aro
attorneys for petitioner.
Tuesday, May 22.
E. P. Dole, Deputy Attorney General,
assisted by J. W. Cathcart, nro con
ducting the prosecution, nnd Clias.
Crclghton nnd L. M. Strauss tho de
fense. The second ot the 29 dnmago suits of
Hogan'8 Minstrels ngnlnst tho Canadian-Australian
was resumed from Saturday, being ad
journed yesterday, beforo Judge Davis
Robertson & Wilder Mo a brief for
rra id fefrJfrSTrvlT
FOUR VALUABLE PKIZEb.
1ST PRIZE, CLEVELAND BICYCLE, $70.00.
A Choice is Given Between these Models :
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 94.
Wheels, 28 Inch.
Spokes, blued to intersection.
Gear, 80 1 20 x 7).
Tires, 1 )i Inch Improved Burwell Racing.
Frame, 22 Inch.
Crank Hanger, 2V Inch drop.
. Fork Crown, one-piece drop-forged.
Bearings Huruell Ball, dust proof, oil
ing thrnugh hollow axles.
Sprockets, flanged and detachable.
Chain, 3-16 inch Cleveland hardened
block and pin, beveled and polished side
Cranks, 6'A inch.
Pedals, Clevel md Rat Trap.
Handle Bar, No. 16, polished leather
Saddle, Wheeler Racing, with L post.
F'nlsh. bl.ick enamel and nickel.
Weight, 20 lbs.
Gears, 6 and 8 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 tooth front sprockets.
Cranks. 6jjf Inch.
Tires, Hi inch Cleveland single tube
Frame, 24 Inch.
plaintiff on demurrer In tho assumpsit
suit of Thomas Mllncr Harrison vs. J.
A. Mngoon ct nl. Tho suit Is based on
n "Hngey euro 'company's contract,
and Involves n Judgment given In Now
Zenland. It claims damages for with
holding company stock of tho value ot
2,000 or about $10,000.
Poepoo and Knlla for petitioner nnd
IJnrcnaba for tho mother of deceased
ngrco to contlnuo tho matter of the es
tate of Esther Kalaukoa, w., minor, de
ceased, "until moved on by them nt an
early date In tho near future."
V. A. Mott-Smlth, administrator of
tho csato of Joseph Gomez, has filed
his account, showing rcccplts $3788.01,
payments $1282.30, balance $2505.05.
Kinney, Unllou & McClanahan for
plaintiff give notlco of motion for hear
ing to Cecil llrown for defendant, In
tho equity suit of James Wight vs.
Eliza Yntes Mackenzie. Mr. McClann
han makes nmdnvlt that tho plaintiff--Dr.
James Wight of Kohaln Is very
old and feeble, being over 80 years of
age nnd his health rapidly failing, and
that unless tho cause is set for n speedy
hearing thcro is likelihood thnt ho will
bo unable to attend the hearing.
Jnred S. Smith for plaintiff gives no
tlco to John Orelg for defendant of mo
tion to dismiss defendant's appeal, In
E. U. Clreenwcll vs. Manocl 0. Sllvu
on the ground that tho appeal does not
Bcntc tho points of lnw upon which It
was inkpii from tho District Court of
Wednesday, May 23.
After the empaneling ot tho Jury to
try William Eston for tho murder of
Toyo Jackson, ns reported elsewhere,
the Court adjourned to view tho local
ity of tho tragedy.
Isaac Cockctt, tho first witness for
tho prosecution, went on the stand nt u
o'clock this morning. Ills cross-examination
ended nt 10:49. Witness showed
the year fiom the wound ho had re
ceived in the abdomen In the same fra
cas that ended Jackson's life, couubcI
for the defense, noting exceptions to
the deinonsttntlon. Ho could not
swear that defendant stnbhcd Jackson,
nor even that Jackson did not stnlj
witness. Neither could ho tesilfy thai
'Eston had n knife In his hand on the
afternoon of the tragedy. Ho had seen
Jackson stilkc defendant in tho alley
way of the Paclllc saloon, knocking
him against the wall. When ho testi
fied In tho District Court thnt Jackson
knocked defendant to tho ground Ills
memory wns not ficshcr than now, he
was not feeling very well thnt time.
Witness hnd not seen Eston strlko at
Jackson, yet swore that Eston was the
Ilobcrt U. Trench, bartender In tho
Pacific saloon whcio tho fatal quarrel
began, was the next witness. His evi
dence tended to show Jackson ns tho
aggressor all through.
Charles D. Wells testified to having
seen Eston, Jackson nnd Cockctt, in
tho order named, run across King
1 street from tho Pacific saloon, Jackson
felling Lston to earth with a blow from
announced ,.n ?notl,,e'. PaS?'
A more complete description of
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 92.
Wheels, 28 Inch,
Spokes, blued to intersection,
Gear, 76 (9x7),
Tires, 'i men improved Burwell de
tachable, Frame. 22 inch,
Crank Hanger, zll Inch drop,
F"rk Crown, one piece drop forged,
Bearing, Burwell Ball, dust-proof, oil
inj through hollow axles,
Sprockets, flanged and detachable,
Ch.iln, 3-16 Inch Cleveland lurdened
block and pin, beveled and p dished side
Cranks, 6) Inch.
Pedals. Clrveland Rat Trap,
Handle Bar, new reversible No. 9,
pollshi-d leather grips,
Saddle, Wheeler Extra,
Gears, 7 and 8 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 tooth front sprockets,
Cranks, 6'A inch.
Tires, 1 Hindi Improved Burwell de
tach ible, a 'd ii Inch or ii Inch Cleve
land single tube.
Frame, 24 inch,
The "CLEVELAND" name plate
This wheel is from the Honolulu Bicycle C )., Agents for Cleveland
Choice nny be made between the crrrcsoonding 1 adies' Models,
should the winner of 1st prize be a lady
his fist and then, reeling nround In n
circle, fall prostrato on his back. Wit
ness went to Jackson and, finding him
bleeding from a slab wound over tho
heart, held his hand over tho wound
until tho patrol wagon came, Into
which ho helped to lift Jackson,
In tho second ensa of Hogan's Mlns
trels vs. Cnnndlon-Austrnllan Steam
ship Co., begun on Saturday before
Judge Davis, tho plaintiff rested till.)
forenoon. Sam. Woods for tho defen
dant testified to ovcrhcnrlng Hognn
i say, In Davles' office, that if tho Mlo-
wera could not tako nil of tho troupe
none of them would go.
Tho Canadian-Australian Steamship
Co., by Its attorneys, Itobcrtson & Wil
der, movo for'n new trial of tho case
In which a Jury found damages against
It In favor of Ernest Hognn. A bond In
$2000 Is filed with tho motion. Theo.
II. Davles & Co., Ltd., being surety.
Mnry H. Atchcrlcy, ltcbccca Kinl
maka and M. Pcrclvnl Kinlmaka file n
demurrer to tho complaint of Kaplo
lnnl Estate, Ltd., saying plaintiff has
no Interest in tho matter, its claim Is
stalo and baricd by 42 yearn of time,
nnd its bill of complaint Is Indefinite.
Judge Stanley has nppolntcd W. P.
Mien ns temporal y administrator of
tho estate of D. II. Smith, deceased,
under n bond of $10,000, nnd authorized
him to pay Mamlo L. Smith $175 r.
month out ot her father's estate.
Henrietta 13. lloss files an answer to
tho complaint of Sarah Swlnton
ngnlnst Priscilln E. Hasslnger, herself
nnd Annie Turton. She nsscrts her be
lief that the Into Martha C. Swlnton
died Intestate, but had mado n valid
disposition of her property, namely,
rcconvcjcd It to tho late W. Jns. Smith
from whom she had received It ns a
Humphreys & Andrews fllo n Joinder
In demurrer In Lau Lan and Pu See s.
Chnilcs J. Pishcl.
W. It. Castlo nnd Philip L. Weaver
fllo tin appearance for Mrs. U. Engllng,
one of tho chlldipu of tho Into John
riiuisduy, Mny 21.
At 3 p. in. ytstcrdny tho prosecution
rested In the trial of William Eston,
the negro charged with murder for the
killing of Toyo Jackson. Judge Stan
ley granted a recess of ten minutes for
consultation wlt.i defendant by his
counsel. The jury wns warned ngalnst
reading nc counts of tho trial In the af
ternoon pnpeiH. Clerk J. A. Thompson
saved them trouble by scissoring thr
Bulletin's report out of tho copies for
Mr. Crclghton made nn nblo address
to the Juiy on bchnlt of tho defendant.
He claimed thcro was not a partlclo ot
evidence connecting tho knife exhibit
ed with the defendant. Tho verdict
should ho cither guilty or not guilty of
murder, nnd If defendant stabbed Jack
son a clear caso of selt-dcfenso had
Mr. Dolo was eloquent nnd dramatic
In his address for tho Republic. With
the knifo in his hand he showed how
""; B,u'!e,in ?ffe!s ,0 ihJ T'S slnllhivssucceeded
eicn of these i uiven below :bkB'sShbS'sj
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL No 90.
Wheels, 28 Inches
Spoke, nickeled blued to Intersection,
Gear, 77 (22x8); witli gear case 19x7,
Tlrrs, ii Inch improved Burwell Detach
able, Frame, 22 Inch,
Crank hanger, 2JS Inch drop,
Fork Crown, one piece drop forged,
Bearings, Burwell dust-proof, oiling
through hollow .-"xlfs,
Sprockets, flanged and detachable.
Chain. 3-iG inch Cleve anJ ha-d-ned
block and pin. beveled and polished side
Cranks. Ctf Inch,
Pedals, Cleveland rat-tran,
Handle bar, new reversible No. 9, po
lished leathrr grips,
Saddle, FI11M1, black enamel and nickel,
Gears 7, 8. or 0 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23,
24, 25 tooth front sprockets,
Crank, 6JS inch, and 7 inch,
Tires. H Inch Improved Burwell De
tachable and iJJ orii Inch Cleveland
F-ame, 24 Inch,
PedaU, Cleveland Rubber,
It might hnvo been concealed by the
defendant, when ho came back to l
saloon nnu lurked In tho doorway be
foro advancing toward Jackson and
Cockctt. As to tho theory of tho do
fense, regarding n possibility that
Jackson might have held tho knife
and had It turned upon himself In the
scuffle, Mr. Dolo held such nn titter Im
possibility. Thcro wns no tlmo unac
counted for, wherein Jackson could
havo opened a knife. Eston could not
hnvo dono so himself In tho flvo sec
onds or so of tho tusslo In tho alley
way, therefore he must havo opened
tho weapon when he left tho Pacific
saloon tho first time, and returned
holding It In road In ess to rovengo tho
blow given him by Jackson before.
After receiving tho chnrgo of tho
Court, tho Jury retired at 5:20 nnd in
twenty minutes returned with n unani
mous verdict of "guilty of manslaugh
ter In the first degree" Tho penalty for
this homicidal offenso Is Imprisonment
for not less than ten, nor moro than
twenly years. Sentenco will bo pro
nounced tomorrow morning. Defen
dant's counsel have given notlco of mo
tion for n new trial.
Tho will of tho Into Chief Justice
Judd is holographic, written with the
attestation entirely on ono pago of
foolscnp. It wns executed on October
15, 18S7, tho witnesses being William
Poster, who has died, nnd J. II, Relst,
left tho Islands, tho former having
been nt tho time chief clerk and the
latter second deputy clerk of tho Judi
ciary. As no valuation is given for
the Koolnu property of deceased in tho
petition for probate, nnd tho pcrsonnlty
lcprcsciits the par valuo of securities nt
laigo premiums, the actual valuo of tho
estnto Is doubtlessly far greater thnn
given In tho petition.
Knnn, widower, petitions for tnobato;
or tlio win of Knaoaokahn, his deceased
wife, which leaves him her cntlro es
tate valued nt $1000 nnd names him ns
executor. S. K. Kneo of Llhuo, Knual,
Is a nephew.
Tho Jury beforo Judgo Dnvis nwnrded
Thurley Thons, ono of tho Hogan
mlnstiel troupe, $175 damages ngalnst
tho Canadian-Australian Steamship
Co., for leiuslng him passago In the
steamer Mloweia. Tlio trinl lasted four
Pilday, Moy 23.
William Eston was given tho oxtromo
penalty of tho law for manslaughter In
tho first degreo by Judge Stanley this
morning. Tho sentenco was twenty
years at hard labor and payment of
$18.50 costs. Judgo Stanley oald In
passing sentenco that tho Jury hnd giv
en tho prisoner nil tho leniency ho de
served for tho killing ot Toyo Jnckson
according to tho ovldjuco, In llndlng
him guilty of manslaughter upon in
dictment for murder In tho llrst de
gree. Messrs. Crclghton nnd Straus3,
counsel for Eston, havj filed i motion
for a new trial.
C. C. Dlttlng withdrew his appeal
from tho District Court nnd paid his
for the Best
The winner of the second prize
may choose anv one of these three
styles of machines :
SINGER NUMBER i?.
(OSCILLATING SHUTTLE )
Is an eally operated, llglit running
noiseless, os.lllatlng shuttle, lock-stitch
m ichlre, suitable for all grades of family
sewing and for light manufacturing pur
poses. It has finely adjusted and positive
mechanical movements, a short self-set
ting Needle, Independent Thread-Controllers
and Stitch Regulators a combi
nation which secures the highest rate of
speed ever yet attained.
SINGER NUMBER 27.
Is a hglit-runulng, quiet easily operat
ed, self-thre-dlng lock-stitch machine,
adapted to all varieties of family sewing.
Among Its latest l-rprovements are the
simple btitch-Regulator, rvnly-balanced
Tension. Automatic Bobbin-Winder, sim
ple Shuttle and short self-setting Needle.
SINGER NUMBER 24.
(AUTOMATIC CHAIN-STITCH I
Is a simple, silent, swllt and easy run
ning single thread machine, Intended for
all kinds of light sewing In the home.
One of Its many attractions consists In
always being ready for use when ihe
needle Is threaded.
Number 15 antj 24 as above are with
Number 27 comes with the Cabinet
This table Is the htet result of the
cabinet-maker's a t, in the Ingenuity of Its
arrangement and thoroughness of work
manship. The machine can be folded
down below the table against a bent-wood
shield that fullv protects the dress of the
operator and the tlonr from all dropping of
oil, lint, etc. The machine Is thus
thoroughly protected from dust when not
In use and the closed table can be utilized
fo-cthe-pu-posei The hinged extension
leaf that covers the machine when down
Is folded hack when It Is raised, thus
making a table-top measuring 50 Inches in
length bv 18 Indus In width, and uffoid
Ing ample room for the work.
From RERGERSEN, Sole Agent frr
Singer Sewing Machines for the Hawaiian
flno of $25 and costi for assault Mid
Judgo Davis has sustained (ho do
murtcr of defendants in Thomas Mil
ler Harrison vs J. A. Mngoon and oth-
eis. Tho ground in lack of jurisdic
tion. Tho remedy if nny is by suit In
C. Lombata nppenl from tho DlMrl''
Court, on conviction of adulterating
milk, is on trial beforo Judgo Stanley
by tho following Jury. P. S. Lymnn,
W. II. Smith, John Kr.imtor. C. I). Oinj.
A. D. Larnnch, O. R. Carter, W. M.
Cunningham, L. C. Abies, I. Rubra
stein, C. II. Clapp, Jns. L. Torbert nnd
J. J. Egan. Dole nnd Cnthcnrt for
prosecution; Magoau for defendant.
Jennie Alexander's suit for $20,000
damages ngalnst tho Canadian-Australian
Steamship Co., lias been called be
foro Judgo Davis. This Is the third
coming to tii'al of tho sorbs of 23 pc
tlons brought by inainbcn of Hogan's
minstrel troupo on account of being
refused pnssngo for Vlctotla In tho
Htcnmcr Mlowern. Only ono of the (.pe
dal panel of 50 Jurors who has not
been called In either ot tho previous
trials. Another special panel Is there
fore being summoned.
Pilday, Mny 23.
Gayer scenes wcio never witnessed
nt n cricket match In Honolulu thnn
greeted mo view nt Mnklkl recreation
grounds yesterday afternoon. It wne
pnit ot tho celebration of Queen Vic
toria's birthday, nnd tho contest was
between tho World nnd Scotland.
There was ti vlllngo of tents nnd llnt
booths, wherein J. W. Chapman tlu
caterer served out refreshments. Ice
erenm, enko nnd cold drinks wcro sent
out by waiters to ladles nnd children
imng chairs In tho open. Young and
oItIi i,0S(iCBl had frco access to tables
loaded with nrtlclcs of feasting.
Tin co llagstaffs wero planted In fron
of tho camp, from which flew respec
lively tlio Amerlenn, Ilrltlsh nnd Ha
wallan lings. At nn nusplclous stage o
tho cricket gamo n smnll banner o
Scotland wns attached to tho N. K
ensign hnlllards nmldst Intcnso Cnlc
Tho Woild clecn was put out at th
wickets in short order with 17 rune
A. It. Hntflcld made 10 of theso nn
not out; S. O. Illildell, S; J. W. Ilni-rc
and L. a. lllackman, 5 each: W. Sopei
I; T. O. liallentyiic, 3; A. St. C. Plian
nln and L. A. Parish, 2 each; Judg
Stanley nnd O. St. John Gilbert, 1 each
R. A. Jordan, 0, nnd extras, C.
Scotland mado 201 for only three
wickets when, nearly 0 o'clock, Btumps
wcro drawn. R. Anderson, not out,
scored 129. A. W. IJottomlcy, bowled bv
Hnrvcy, 35; Capt. lJIclloch, bowled by
Hnrvcy. 10; D. W. Anderson, not out,
15; J. T. Irvine, run out, 0. J. Cock
burn, H. M. Sinclair, D. Ross. W. (1.
Slnglchurst, J. Catton nnd Allan did
Prof. Egry conducted n strong or
chestra composed mostly of membcs
ot tho Government band. Upon tho nr
rlval on tho ground of Mr. W. R.
in securing (he largest number
Premo Sr. Camera
with outfit $40.
The Premo Sr. represents the highest
tyre of hand camera. It is made Irom
selected mahogany covered with fine black
leather. The appearance when open is
extremely handsome, the finely fn Ished
mah gany bed, and lacquered metal w 'tk
being in perfect contrast with the black
The Premo Sr. has Double Swing Back.
Double Sliding Front and Rack and Pin
Inn for focusing, the working parts nf which
are entirely within the case and when
closed Is merely a neat leather-covered nox.
Both the horizontal at d vertical swings
are nt the center of the plate, and m.iy be
quickly adjusted by means of a spring
lever, working In a series of notches In a
bras plate at the side.
The Premo Sr. i fitted with two tripod
plates, and has a panel at the bjck focus
Ing on th ground glass when delrrd. A
reversible View Finder Is attached to the
bed for upright or hnrlzont 1! pictures.
The Lens Is the Victor Rapid Rectilinear
possessing great power, and constructeii
especlnllv for Hand Cam ra work. I
m iy be removed from the shutter and the
Victor Wide Angle substituted, as the
cells of both lenses are Interchangeable.
The NwW Victor Shutter, Model of 1899,
with Iris Diaphragm nj Pneumatic Release. Is turn
UheJ with 'the Premo Sr ani forms a prominent part
ol the outfit, It works between the lenses wliho t
noboorjar, anJmay beaJusteJ (or time exposures
well as for raplj Instintaneous work.
The crounj clasi U spring actuated, anJ recedes
to allow Insertion of holder. Glass Wales Cut and
Unit riims, mav all reused, the holders belnc Inter
changeable. .. Tt Holt Holder Is the latest
pattern, arranged for Llgnt Proc' or Cartridge Rolls
of film, and It can. therefore loaded In day
light The sire of the 45 Premo Sr. when
closed Is only yxtixi Inches. Including space for
three holders, or Roll Holder, and l weighs but M
rounds. The outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder,
Tilpod, iTrass' Developer, Tlxir Negative Rack,
Gra tuate, Mlrrlnf Rn1 and I antern.
From LE MUNYON PHOTO SUP
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Hoarc, II. U. M.'s Consul, "Ood Savo
tho (uccn" was played, nnd ngnln at
tho closo of tho game.
R. A. Jordan, nldcd by tho ndvlro of
Mr. Hoarc and ono or two others, plan
ned tho cricket match and at home, and
Is to bo congratulated upon tho great
In tho Police Court his forenoon tlu.
following cases wcro disposed of:
Cheong Hook, All Sail, Ah Chcong, Ah
Hoy unlawful possession of opium, $50
nnd costs each; Kcaln, assault and bat
tery on Mnnu, sentenco suspended for
threo months; Kamuela, assault and
battery on Lnl, $2 nnd costs.
Hon. Arthur Sew nil and associates
of Until, Maine, hnvo purchased $80,000
of Hllo Railroad Co.'s bonds nt par
through Henry Watcrhotibo & Co.
Robert Shlnglo recorded tho transac
tion on tho stock board this morning.
With tho $170,000 of thc30 bonds tuk
en by tho Robinson Es.aro nnd JXOO.uOO
by the Waterhouse firm Itself, this
last purchase leaves only noout $100,000
of tho bonds unsold and nogotiutlona
nro pending for their sale. Thoy nie
C per cent for 20 years with tho prlvl
lcgo of ledcmptlon after Id years ro
Rorvcd. Mr. Bewail beforo making this new
Investment In Hawaiian securities
carefully Investigated tuo Hllo railway,
nnd acquired grcnt confidence, In lis
future. With tho great Increases In his
Pacific shipping interests mado lately,
Mr. Scwall's Hawaiian Investments for
himself and associates amount to
something liko $150,000.
It Is hoped thnt by July 1 trains will
bo running on tho Hllo railway to Ola.i.
Then tho extension to Puna will ho
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