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HONOLULU, TEtiRITOllT OF HAWAII, WKDNK8DAV OCTOHEk .'J iWUi
l'ltici: 5 Oknth.
He Claims $2000 Against
High Sheriff Brown
The Action Brought in Federal Court
Large Grist of New
Citizens Ground Out
F. Lombard, a Frenchman and teach
er of continental languages, Is pursuing
High Sheriff Drown for $2000 damages
for false arrest and Imprisonment. He
has Instituted a suit to that effect In
the United States District Court.
"The professor," as ho is known Is a
conspicuous figure on the streets. Of
lank and lean figure and tall stature,
he goes along humming tunes to him
self, ills troubles for which he se-:ka
condensation are apparently due to a
lack of cordiality between himself and
successive landladies of lodging housei.
The other day he lay In wait for do -ernor
Dole to seek icdress. When the
Governor advised him that his ease was
ono for which the courts afforded a
remedy he exclaimed:
"I am a poor man. I havo no money
to pay 20 lawyers. I come to you as'ze
head of ze government to give me Jus
teecc." His complaint alleges four separate
assaults and arrests committed upon
himself. He was assaulted by a police
man under the control of the Marshtl,
now High Sheriff, on Sept. 20, 1898, anl
carried to the police station. Mrs.
Ludzwcako was brought to the station
and a dialogue took place between the
olllccr In charge and the policeman.
1'lnlntlrt was searched and private pa
tiers and $7.50 were taken from his
body, he was locked in a cell and kept
there until 11 o clock next day, wh"n
lie was liberated by order of Deputy
Chllllngworth and his effects restored
to him. At the time of his arrest ho
had no committed any offense against
the laws and was not committing any
such. The deputy refused to give any
reason for his arrest.
On January 26, 1S97, at the Sailors'
Home, he was assaulted by a spcclil
policeman In citizen's clothes nnd
dragged on his back on the steps from
20 to 25 tn number, on the staircase
when helpless owing to his trousers
trailing on his heels. He was detain
ed three hours without n warrant and
ghen no explanation for his arrest.
On March 10, 1S97, Mrs. llraun, his
landlady, broke Into his room while
he was dressing and attacked him,
shouting at the same time: "Get out.
The Marshal told me to turn you out. '
He rose and pushed her out the door
but she had the key on the other side.
She came after him again and he push
ed her back once more. This tlmo she
raised an outcry and two men camo out
of her lodgings. Ono attacked lilni,
grabbing him by the coat collar. Lom
bard made him let go. A few minutes
afterward a policeman was sent for,
but plaintiff demurred to his request to
accompany him to the station. Tho
officer went away nnd camo back with
a warrant, under which he was token
to the station but released on ball. On
returning to his lodging lie found Mm.
Braun had packed his belongings out
Into a shed. The following day he was
tried nnd acquitted.
On May 17, 1S97. he was ejected from
his lodgings by Mrs. Smith, landlady.
A patrolman handcuffed him and walk
ed hi mthrough the streets to the sta
tion nt 4 p. m. His arrest was nu.le
without a warrant and he was confined
tho whole night.
In the evening of June 3. 1897, he
was arrested by a special and he spent
the night In a cell with Chinese and
Japanese, being released tho day after.
There was no warrant.
Before releasing him tho Marshal
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TEL. (MAIN 06. JUDD BUILDING
told him, "as a blind," that his laud-
lady; Mrs. Lamson, did not care to
make a charge against him, "It was In
rain," his complaint states, "that 1
aBked to ho tried In the Police Court,'
V. C. Burnett, administrator of tho
estato of II. C. Norton, late of Wala
nae, deceased, has filed an Inventory.
Besides leases and stock In a general
store, thero are accounts of $1051.97.
Judge Humphreys gives him CO days
more time to file a more complete in
ventory. Judge Humphreys has approved the
accounts of J, L .McLean, and termi
nated his guardianship of W. I.
Grieve with an order to deliver to tho
said Grieve all property belonging to
him nnd the estate of Robert Grieve,
also discharging hfrn as guardian.
Harry Armltage petitions to bo np
pointed administrator of tho estate of
Frank Peroutka, deceased, valued at
$0100. The dead man will be romem
bered as a stranger who arrived In the
Mariposa on January 4 and a few
weeks later shot himself In a Fort
street lodging house.
H. It. Macfarlanc, J. M. Dowsctt and
F. W. Macfarlanc, trustees of tho es
tate of II. A. Wldemann, have filed
their final account, showing receipts
of $194,728 and payments of $183,378.17,
leaving a balance of $11,349.83.
Tho Supreme Court has under con
sideration John Dell vs. Palea. This
Is ono of the Koolau cases stricken .
from the calendar by Judge Humphreys
ror non-nppcaranco or counsel, against,
the orders doing so the defendants np
pealed. J. A. Magoon for plaintiff; Rob
ertson & Wilder for defendant.
May Be Increased
In view of the loss of rovenucs from
the Custom House, amounting to about
$100,000 a month, and or .tho draining
of the Treasury In suppressing the
plague the Governor some time ago
asked nn opinion of the Attorney Gen-1
oral as to whether tho Legislature at
its next regular session would have
luin.r tn Inprpnnn Ihn rntn nf tnxntlnn.
ilntl.nr frnm Innilfirv In! 1001 . '
u-hnth-r if ...pi. inorAno .hnnl.t i..-w !
rnmo nnnvnl.litlil... It wnnl.l lu. nrau.
sary to c?ll a special session of the.
r ,.ii.r , !,.. i .
a ,i,i..oU .,ini ,,.,, .,i .m.. '
morning, the conclusion of which Is as,
"To sum up, If, as I think, the Con-'
stltutlon of the late Republic has been ,
repealed by the Organic Act, It Is my
opinion, based upon tho foregoing de-'
clslon of tho Supremo. Court of tho
United States and the other authorities
cited, that Hn Increase of tho rata of .
taxation, fairly apportioned among all Kau has a good story to tell about
taxpayers, dating from January 1st. Kaulla nnd Wilcox, tho former Inde
1901, would not be beyond tho power of Pendent leader anil the present Inde
tho Legislature at its next regular ses- Pendent dictator, resVectlvoly. During
Treasurer Lansing, at the Governor's
council, read a letter from tho High
Sheriff asking for regulations for
hacks and public vehicles. It was deem
ed the duty of the Superintendent of
Public Works to furnish such regula
tions. Tho liquor license renewal for Wai
klkt Inn was approved.
H. Hamano's application for a li
cense In Patzlg block was held In ro
serve. H. Vlda, who had been granted a
saloon licenso for Patzlg block, wanted
on account of a raise In rent, to have
t transferred to thu premises adjoin
ing the old Mossman building at King
nnd Nuuanu streets. No objection was
P. Cockctt's application for a light
wine and beer licenso for Walkapu
road. Maul, was annroved.
Tho Kohaln nnd Hllo Railway Co.'s
notice of election of officers nnd In-
crease of capital to $3,500,000, was ro-
celved nnd approved,
Superintendent MtCandless read tho
tenders for bridges on Ileretanla ami
Schoolstreets, which appeared ex
elusive! In yesterday's Ilulletin.
Registration rolls are open only
Bcrctontn Tcnnio Club.
There will bo a meeting of tho Bcrn
tanla Tennis Club in tho Y. ,M. C. A.
nt 4 p. m. Thursday, October 4. This
meeting Is of special Importance as tho
club has received notice from the Hoard
of education to immediately vacato the
present grounds and sonio action rela
tive to procuring new grounds will
havo to be taken.
The latest styles In shirts and ties
aio to be found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. 3301 White.
A completo new stock of gents
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. D. Kerr's
It Is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
I THi: WATERMAN IDEaL FOUN
TAIN Pi:N. All sizes, all shapes. II
KAULIA AND W1LG0X
SE TWO FUNERALS
Pass By While Harangu-
ingthe Natives at Naa-
lehu, Kau, Hawaii.
AND ARE MADE TO
TREMBLE WITH FEAR
So That They Hesitate and Set Down
Only to Observe Their Audience
Dwindle Away as If a Tabu
Had Been Yiolated.
The delegates of the Fourth and
Fifth Districts met In the Ilcpubltcaii
headquarters yesterday afternoon to
hynr the report of the committee ap
pointed to gain from tho Supremo
Court an opinion as to tho eligibility of
D. F. Dillingham as a Senatorial cau
dldatc. The meeting was called to or
der by Jas. H. Boyd, chairman of tho
Fourth District committee.
A. G. M. Robertson reported for tli-j
j committee to tho effect that the dccl-
,on or ,h Sunrcmo Court.hnndmt .town
n the mornlng.settled the matter com-
pictdy. r, Dllllnghum could not run
as n candndato for tho Senate,
Geo. R. Carter nominated Henry Wa
tcrhousc to take Mr. Dillingham's
placo on the ticket. Tho nomination
was seconded by J. L. Kaulukou.
Clarence Crabbo nominated Col. C. P.
Iaukea and this nomination was sec
onded by C. II. Wilson. After a thor
ough dUcusslon during which It wus
brought out that Col. Iaukea's tendency
was against running as n candidate tu
the Legislature .Mr. Crabbe, with tho
consent of his second, withdrew the
name and left Mr. Waterhouso tho only
The delegates threshed out tho mat
ter of any other possible candidates
to a finish and then all agreed that Mr.
Watcrhouso was the best and strong-
Therc was some disposition
lo postpone consideration of tho mat
tcr for a aW uut ' nrgument that
"J. .l'. bo.,no '?rtucr Uclay J""0
vailed and Mr. nterhouso was unaiil-
niously decided on to take the place of
?r' .Dl,1,"n8h"m' 'hc try ""
""ui. "r. uurgess, ueorpe it.
Carter "d J' w' Kelkl werenppoluted
committee to notify Mr. Watcrhouso
I of his nomination. As soon as ILo
"'"""'k . i" commiuce caica
" .....i...-uTC. m, iium.rn.uuu
tho course of their travels through tho
former stamping grounds of Madame
Pelc, they stopped nt Naalchu and nu
nounccd a meeting In tho open ulr.
In tho afternoon Kaulla and Wilcox
appeared ou tho scene with Mrs. Wil
cox close at their elbows. Kaull.'
stood up nnd began to haranguo the
natives and others who wero out to
see the fun. Suddenly his volco weak
ened, his words came haltingly and
great beads of perspiration stood out
upon his forehead. He- clutched nt tho
back of his chair and stared at some
thing coming down tho road. Tho peo
plo turned to sco what could have hap
pened and there moving slowly In their
direction was a funeral procession.
When this dampening .ipectnele had
passed out of sight, Kaulla mumbled n
few words and then sat down, whisper
ing the while In a friend's ear: "Wo'.v
dono for. Tho Independents cannot
win the election."
nob Wilcox camo to tho rescue.
Spurred on by his wife, ho sprung to
his feet, struck nn ntltude and begun
In a loud volco to laud tho alms and
principles of the Independent party. In
about ten or fifteen minutes, ho was
seen to tremble nnd turn to his wife.
Tho latter gazed In the direction his
o'ca took and becamo dizzy with fright,
Then tho crowd turned again and
there, coming up tho road wns another
tunerui procession much larger than
the first. Rob could stand ono but two
was Just one too pinny and ho sat down
an unstrung man. Tho procession ail-
vanced, passed by nnd disappeared In
tho distance and then the natives left
tho place for good.
The committee on speakers has ar
ranged the following program:
Thursday, Oct. 4, Walmanalo
Speakers, Jonah Kumalae, J. W. Kelkl,
Tonight. Oct. 3, Knmollllli Church
Speakers, Wm. Aylett, Cecil llrown,
Archie Gllflllan, J. II. Royd.
Friday, Oct. 5, Maklkl Reservoir
Speakers, A. O. M. Robertson, Clarenre
Crabbe, Andrew Drown.
Friday, Oct. 5, 7:30 p. n., Manoa Val
ley Speakers, J. II. Royd. Clarence
Crabbe, A. V. Gear, Win. Aylett, Frnnk
Saturday, Oct, C, Walklkl Church,
evening Speakers, Cecil llrown, Clar
ence Crabbe, Archlo Gllflllan, T. Mc'
Monday, Oct. S, Cyclomero Par's,
evening Speakers, Clarence Crubbe,
Geo. R. Carter, Frank Pahla, Jonah
Kumalac, Lorrln Andrews.
Tuesday. Oct. 9. II house lot Speak
ers. Geo. It. Carter, T. McCnnts Stew
art, J. L. Kaulukou, L, L, Mi-Candlcss.
Wednesday, Oct. 10, drill shed
I Speakers, Cecil llrown, Clarence Crab-
be, A. O. M. Robertson, J. T. Greei.,
Friday Oct. 12, Pauon School Houe
Speakers, Wm. Aylctt, J. W Kelkl,
J. Kumalac, Clarcnco Crabbe.
Satuiday, Oct. 13, Royal School
Speakers, Geo, R. Carter, A. V. Gear,
htioch Johnson, Fruuk Pallia, Clarence
Satutday, Oct. 13, Normal School
Speakers, W. C. Achl, W. J. Coclho,
Lorrln Andrews, Wm. Aylett, Archie
Gllflllan, J. L. Kaulukou.
Tho meeting which was to have been
held by the Republicans In Kallht
church this evening has been postponed.'
The other meetings arranged by the
Fifth District aro as follows:
Thursday evening, Oct. 4 Kauluwcla
Friday evening, Oct, 5. Reformatory
Monday evening, Oct, 8 Kallhl-wacna
Tuesday evening, Oct. 9 Detention
Wednesday evening, Oct. 10 Nlolapa
Church, Wyllle street.
Thursday evening, Oat. 11 Moanalui
Friday evening, Oct. 12 Aala school
The Independents of this Island will
gather, at their various precinct poll
Ing places tonight and vote for their
delegates, who will meet In convention
In this city next Wednesday night.
Thero arc twelve precincts In tho
Fourth District and seventeen In the
Fifth and a total of 120 delegates aro
to be named tonight. It was stated
by one of the leaders of tho party to
day that these delegates would repre
sent over 3000 votes. It has not yet
been decided where tho convention will
he held but It will be In the drill Bhed
or the Orphcuia.
It Is not known whether or no tho
occurrence was prophetic but certain
It Is that Kaulla broke away from Wil
cox ImmcdlnUly and returned to Ho
nolulu nnd then came tho splits In tho
party. Dob immediately procured a
piece of awn root and a white rooster
but the rooster never crowed except
when entering Republican strongholds
so he silently mado away with It and
now carries only the awa root.
At a meeting of tho officers of tho
various Republican precinct clubs of
the Fifth District last evening, there
wero many discussions on the work of
tho present campaign. Each person
present contributed his suggestions
and tho sum total was a valuable stor
of material upon which to work. Goo.
R. Carter presided.
The Republicans of tho Second Pre
cinct of tho Fourth District wero to
have met last night but the program
has been posliHinf.il to 8 o'clock tonight.
J. A. Oilman has had n tout placed a'.
the corner of Pllkol nnd Klnau streets
and It is here that thu men will mot.
Tho object of the meeting is to appoint
a committee to canvass the precinct to
see that every Republican Is registered.
Tho other prcclnclts nf the Fourth and
Fifth Districts should follow this lead.
Kalnukalanl of the Independent
party must certainly bo put down ns i
gcnulnp hustler. . He arrived back In
tho Manna Loa In the morning und, af
ter packing n valise full of campaign
literature, started off again lu the Maul
In tho afternoon.
There will bo an Important meeting
of tho Democratic Central committee
in headquartes at 4 o'clock this after
noon to talk over arrangements for the
campaign on this Island. It is prob
able that plans will be decided on.
Tho Republicans arc expecting sev
eral thousand McKlnley nnd Roosevelt
buttons by the next steamer.
Tho Territorial convention of the
Democratic party will bo held on Mon
Tho sending of W. J. Coelho to Hv
wall cripples tho Republican quartet
but hn will b back In ten days and
then tho boys Intend to get to work
with renowed vigor.
SENATORS, ISLAND OF OAHU:
Hon. D. P. R. Isenberg, Jr.,
Col. John D. Holt, Jr.,
Hon. E. K. Llllkalanl,
Hon. J. 0. Carter,
F. J. Testa,
Charles W. Booth,
Major J. M. Camara,
S. W. Spencer,
Hon. E. C. Macfarlane,
John H. Wise.
Hon John E. Bush,
Hon. S. M. Damon,
H. J. Mossman,
Hon. Frank Brown,
Hon. Samuel K. Pua,
Jesse P. Makajnal.
0GAWA CHARGED WITH
AN ASSAULT ON OTA
Trouble Comes About Over Sale of
Lease in Iwilei to 0. J. Fishel
and Others Cause to be
Ogawa was arrested this morning on
a warrant charging him with assault
and battery. The complaint was sworn
to by Otha, another Japanese. A little
later on, a friend of Ogawa balled him
out. The caso will come up In the
Pollco Court tomorrow morning. The
story lending up to the trouble that led
to Ogawa's arrest Is as follows:
Not many days ago Otha, who held
the lease of certain buildings In Iwl
lei near Oahu Jail, sold this lease to C.
J. Fishel and others for n bonus of
$1700. Several Japanese, among whom
was Ogawa, Immediately swooped down
on Otha, claiming that they held nn
Interest In the lease, although this had
not been specified on paper and thn
threatened to do him bodily Injury If
he refused to dlvldo the bonus. Otha
Immediately went to police headquar
ters nnd asked for protection.
Last night tho Dairyman's Associa
tion on Sheridan avenue, opposite the
residence of J. N. Wright, called up
police headquarters. There was trou
ble In Otha's home near by. When
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth reached
the placo he found Otha seated at a
table and Ogawa In tho act of throw
ing down a pen on tho table In front of
him and'nt which tho former was soil
ed. In company with the latter was
Ogata. The two wero trying to get
Otha to sign nn agreement to divide
the money. The two nggressors were
quickly hustled out of the place. Otha
stated that, previous to tho arrival of
Mr. Chllllngworth, Ogawa had struck
him In the head.
Ogawa has nn iinenvlnhlc reputation.
He it wns who assaulted Dr. Wcngil
at Itann plantation nnd who had his
contract cancelled In order that tho
management might be rid of him. Hc
caused trouble at Klhel nnd. when In
Kallhl camp, was tho ringleader of the
Japanese pimps who caused so much
trouble there. He Is a member of tho
Rising Sun Society, made up of Just
such men as himself.
Ico has proed successful as an In
sulator on Mont Blanc. A double lino
of ordinary galvanized Iron wire was
laid on the giouud between the Grands
Mulcts nt the top of tho mountain and
the Petlts Millets at the base. Eaih
lino was 5,500 feel long. Messages
were sent without trouble and the los
of electricity, as measured by the In
struments, was very slight. Public
ROSAMOND'S RECORD RUN.
Tho American schooner Rosamond,
Ward master, arrived In port this
morning and hauled ulongslde tho Irm-
gard wharf to dlschnrgu her live stock,
This Is the second trip of tho Rosa
mond to this port since she was first
launched. The first trip was not a very
fast one but tho one which was ended
this morning, was made In 11 days, tho
record run of the year. This Bhows
what stuff the Rosamond has in her
nnd puts that vessel down ns ono of
tho cracks sailing to this port.
Captain Ward, formerly of tho Dia
mond Head, Is still the samo Jolly
skipper and his reputation as an excel
lent captain with which to travel, still
continues. Ho brought with him on
this trip twelve passengers all of whom
havo nothing but words of praise for
Captain Wurd and his good ship.
Thn Rosamond has over 2000 tons of
general merchandise aboard nnd this
is consigned to T. II. Dnvles & Co.
I She brought tho following live stock:
14 horses nnd 2 cows for J. D. Holt, 2
horses for H. J, Gallagher, 2 horses fm
S. M, Damon nnd 6 cows for J. N,
Wright. Among Mr, Holt's horses is n
tine Shetland pony. Thero wero also
73 hogs aboard.
Included in the freight nf the Ro
samond Is n fine gasoline launch for
KAMAKAIA In Honolulu, Oct. 2,
11)00, Lydla Pllkol Kamakala, aunt of
the Princes David Kawananakoa and
Jonah Kalanlauaole. Tho funeral
.will take place from tho Catholic
Cathedral Thursday, October 4, at
3 p. m.
SCRIMGEOUR At Forest, Ontario, on
September 9, 1900, Mary Jano Scrim
geour,- In tho fifty-third year of her
SAVIDOn-In this city, October 1
1900, to the wlfo of William Sav
Idge, a daughter.
REGISTRATION ROLLS ARE NOW
OPEN IN HONOLULU IT IS THE
DUTY OF EVERY REPUHL1CAN TO
REQISTER AT ONCE
Among the spalfs at the second pre
cinct, teurtli district, Itcpublican rally to
nlcht are Alex Robertson, J. L. Kaulu-
lltou, Win. Haywood and, probably, John
Has Not Resigned
Got ernor Dole was questioned ns to
the truth of a report In this morning's
Republican, to the effect thnt Judgo
Hardy of the Fourth Circuit, Kauai,
had resigned and that Deputy Attorney
General J, W. Cnthcart had been
strongly recommended to Washlngtu.l
for the position.
"It Is the first I heard about It," said
the Governor. "When Judgo Hardy
came over hero from Kauai I talKi.il
with him, but hc said nothing about
resigning his oilier. If he nad resigned,
I am sure, tho matter would not hao
been treated as a secret. I think Judge
Hardy Is still In Honolulu, staying with
A telephonic Inquiry from tho Bul
letin offico gets tho reply from Mr.
Thurston's bouse that Judge ftardy U
still a guest there.
Ilalvornen to Walmen.
Mr. Halvorscn, now a member of tho
mounted patrol, has been appointed
deputy sheriff of Walmca, Kauai, In
place of Mr, Omsted, resigned. Mr.
Halvorscn knows Walmca thoroughly
and has worked with and under Mr.
Omsted ns a police officer. He Is a
steady-going young man and will un
doubtedly prove a valuable addition tu
the police force of the Garden Isle.
Electric Works Burned.
Tho America Maru brought tho news
yesterday that the big electric light
works In Yokohama had been burned
to tho ground. As the plant In this
place furnished thu electricity for thu
whole city, Yokohama was In total
darkness for several nights. However,
connections were mado with the plant
In Knncgawa so that the situation has
been very much relieved.
Judgo Kstee this morning naturalized
the following named aliens:
Otto A. Graef, Olaf Ucrgstrom, Jamg
D. Young, August Scliult. Fritz J. Wit
helm, Fred Phllp, Morley Phllp, Franc
Ilechcrt, Fred J. Turner, August J.
Frcltns, Louis R. Medclros, Wm. Tier
lowltz, Joseph D. Marques, James Ed
wards, Joseph Rosen, Nils Obcrg, Jos
eph Patrick, Hclurich Foss.
Death of Princes' Aunt.
Lydla Pllkol Knmakala, nn aunt of
the Princes David Kawannnakoa and
Jonah Kalanlanaolo .died at her homo
In this city this morning after a long
lllnesr. The funeral will take placo
from the Catholic Cathedral at 3 p. m.
tomorrow. All friends aro Invited to
It Is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
Copyright In SpcechcH.
The House of Lords, In tho suit
brought by the London Times ngalnst
u publisher, Mr. I-ano, fur publishing
thu verbatim reports of Lord Rose
bery's speeches us printed In tho Tltuej
decided In favor of tho plaintiff. This
definitely establishes the right of a, re
porter or his 'employer to tho reports
of speeches. Public Opinion.
Jcsso Holden ot Chicago Is said to
be tho first foreign bom lawyer to bo
president of an American bar associa
tion. Ho was born an Englishman,
but has spent his whole active life in
Illinois, nnd has Just been chosen head
of tho Illinois bar nssoclntlon.
Great sale of boots and shoes at 5
cents on tho dollar at L. D. Kerr &
Co.'s shoe house, corner of Fort anil
Tho best two for 23 cigar In town Is
tho Lurllnn to be hut at tho Myrtle
cigar store next to Orphciim. All kinds
of Manila cigars a icccl.ilty.
Republicans Attention !
You have only till Tuesday to
Foot Wear !
We carry only the best line of
HOOT WEAR Manufactured
The very Latest Styles,
at Prices to...