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MvWThe Man Who Said "I Began at ;.the Foot of the Ladlep;tA r
Now I'm Ulfw
Under It." I " ';'
-twNev,er Availed Himself of a Bulletin Ad..rM
Vol. IX. No. 1689.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11). tyOO.
PniOE 5 Obnth.
He Did Not Pay Out
One Cent For
NOR DID HE ASK MEN
TO CANVASS FOR HIM
Made no Proposition to Displace Water
house Only Proposition Was
That of Independent .
At-cniupnii)ing the correspondence oe
tvvvcii A. V. lli-nr mill the republliuu ex
ttulltc committee, the Advcttlser this
morning publishes the following:
Thin In to certify that ilurttis tho
pmitri-ss of the polltlcnl campaign In Ho
iiolulu, ut the request of n friend of mine,
I i nihil upon A. V, Ileal, at his ollico
with ( icii r, I.nusln'K& Co., ami he asked
me to tircultite a petition which read
, "We, tlt" undcrslgnc-il iiiinllfleil voter
of the Island of Onlut, do hereh' request
nml uiiti' that the nnme of lion. A, V.
lear lie placed on the tkket flu coudldnto
foi xeiintor of the Tlilnl senatorial tils
tritt of the Territory of Hawaii, In plate
--"Should Jhe Hon. A. V. dear ranwnt
to our noiiilmitlon nml if hln uitjnc l
placed on the ticket, we will use our lient
tlToits to Hcuire hln election." f
Mr. (lent- loM me that If I wouhl sue
cewfully circulate this pi'tltlon ami lirlnj
it hack to him, I wouhl he paid for no
doing. 1 llii'ii'iiiHin asked Mr. dear what
iinnie wan to In' placed In the hlnnk space
in the petition, ami he told me that the
man in whose place he wished to run an
(iiiiilldate wait Henry Wnterhouse. I
theicupon told him that as Henry Water
house wan a friend of mine I would not
consent to It,
W. II. KAIIl'MOKU,
Unlaw a Knn, II. T., Nov. 8, 1U00.
We, the undersigned, do herehy certify
that during the lxilltlcnl campaiitu in Ho
nolulu, at the request of differrnt friends,
we tailed iiinn A, V. dear and were
nskd hy him to circulate petitions re
plaelne the name of Hour) Wuterhoiise
on the ticket as inmlidate for senator of
the Third senatorial dlstriit of the Island
of Hawaii, with the, nnnii- of A, V, dear.
The pcllllon also stated n determination
for our hest efforts to secure Mr dear's
After keeping tliese petitions for short
time and getting a few- names signed
theieto, we returned them to Mr. dear
nml wen- paid from his oflicv, nt his re
quest, for the work which we had dune.
J. K. Namnnlau, I". K. Naauao, Kan
tiaaiia, A. i- ltccard, Knnnl IC. (Icnige,
l'nil II. Kiiuuahl, Cni. Kaolopa, J, Ka
wehl 11. Nnhnlc, Will. Olepau.
Mr. dear was seen this morning , by n
llulletlii reiirter and asked what he had
"As regards the llrst portioned tirtlfl
ate," said Mr. clear, "I don't know who
W. II. Kaliumokii Is. I never heard of
him hefore. He never called at in) ollieo
that I know- of, (crtalul) not mi iilltli'iil
liuslmss. 1 did not nsk those whose
names upieur In the Advertiser to circu
late a petition In my helialf, nor did I ic
cjucst mi) citizens to circulate such a pe
tltluii. I did not and hate not paid out n
dollar to any iiinn for the circulation of
the petitions piesented to me,
"If the signatures printed hy the Ad-vcrtb-cr
this morning are genuine, I In)
men hate simply liccti wheedled Into
plating their names to njint Is nn abso
lute uiitiuth. It Is simple nonsense for
in) enemies to attempt to repicscnt Hint
I paid runners to clitulate n petition In
in) Isdinlf unless I was firmly determined
to go Into the Held lis u candidate. Had
I paid men to (llililnte silili petitions ns
wue brought to mu I would never hate
lisked the icptihlican exccutlio. committee
"As to the form of petition' the Adter
tiser pub., es, I hate neter seen u pe
tition so woided, nml don't hclictc nny
hikIi iiellthms, with tho name blank, were
For Rent, H
A 5 itoom muuern Hesiuencen
and Barn, Etc., well located
Rental $40.00 per month
Also a large 6 Room Modern
with Barn, Servant's House,
Etc. Rental S40.00.
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
Tel, Main 09, Judd Building.
'The majority of the petitions sent In
to me requested me to run as nn Inde
pendent republican candidate. A few- re
iniestcd in plain language that I be put
on the tli Vet In plate of Henry Water
house. You will notice, however, that I
considered only the proposition of nn In
deiiendent repulilitnn candidacy.
'Ho far as Mr. Wnterhouse'11 cnndldacy
Is concerned, I was nt the republican
headquarters when the party workers
tame in and threw- down their Ismks, say
ing they could do nothing with him on the
ticket. Mr. Stewart, n memlier of the ex-
ecuthc committee, snke of the situation
at that time ns n riot, following this
the petitions came out. with the result
that fully 2,000 oters requested me to
lieeomc n candidate. The petitions were.
circulated ojienly. There was 110 secret
nlsiut the matter, either at headquarters
or on the street.
"I deny In toto etcry charge of per
sonal adit Ity or pa)ment of money im
plied by the statements In the Ailtertlser.
Ml my H)tltlcal contributions wcro made
to the tcpuhlltnii party nt headquarters,
and 1 toted the republican ticket."
Cotton challey 5 cents a yard; shirt
ings, twenty yards 11.00; new styles in
ginghams 14 yards, $1.00. Liberty silks
IS yards, 11.00. U I). Kerr & Co. Queen
CAME BACK FROM LAIE
MORMON SETTLEMENT LUAU
But Eighteen Other Independents Were
Forced to Stay at Makua on ,'
Account of Washout -on
In the neighborhood of eighteen ci!
the members of the Independent part)
who were In attendance at the Iitau
given hy tho I.alo Morinnn settlement
peoplo Wednesday afternoon, wcco left
at Makua yesterday afternoon on uc-iof $iri,tn, to ns-elte nil the estuie, prop
count of a washout at that plau' Jol.ni'"). uionej idnl effects, renl nml wr-
nmmeluth, Jim Qulnn and one other """" "' ll"' defemlnnt. C. Aknu. dc
wero tho only ones who got .Mik In " r""''1 '" nl"' " '' Hie three
town last etcning and this wa, more1 mot'f Bi-s mentloncM In tho complaint.
the result of good luck than dea.gn. I "' "?" ' " ' ,1, 1,IH "11,H '" Ak,n"' ,', """ "'
,. .. ,. 1 , . ., , 1 public miction or pilwilc sue a or an)
When tho train nrrhed nt the wwi- ,r ,.. ,,' .., , , .'
outatMakuatherewasofcoursjn)th.,. ,,1W11(M m, aMrn 0j Aknil. T,.
ing to do but to stop. The construe-1 proceeds are o lie applied to payment
tion trnln with n gang of labo.vrj wij0f ,,,, ()f , nllll 0MH,w.H, of .
nt work some distance hoonc'. .Km ucliit. with Interest fiom Oetols-r 1.
meluth, Qulnn and the other man men- j I!hni. to the plaintiff corsratl of .$:.'.
tloned, got out and walked over to tho ' "i'-'l " ami Interest due on the mortgage
place whero the work was helnij cIui.o '0 '. Aknn to V. K. Ai nml of Imhuice
and nsslsted tho men.
All of a sudden, Kmmcluth nml the1
other man heard Qulnn let out -i wr
whoop and saw him making with reg
ular Irish I.asslo strides towac, the
construction train wnicn nan nnisnect
the work of dumping ties and was
starting off toward town. The two foi -
Inwed Qulnn's lend and all three got
aboard tho train Just In tlmo for. the.
olllelal In charge of tho trnln stilted it
would start In one minute. No '"'"I '" ,""""", '"" '"l'"'-
wait was made for tho people on the' '',' '" 1"r,lHr,,,,1 ,l'"t 1Alf-'"1 S'
.- ..1.. ..! 1 nnwcll. I.sq, Is- nml he Is herib) nil
regular train. I pointed master In .ha. ) fo, the I'lrst
Tho train which tho threo men had i, ,n.. .., .,. T,.rri,r. llf u..
Just left, nrrhed nt Walanao nt 2:30
o'clock nnd nt Makua almost on time.
Thcro was a short delay nt Wnlnfa
whero a big rock was found on tho.
track. This was soon blown up and
cleared away, enabling tho train to1',""",",,ll":
At Kw-n much rain had fallen during
tho day and tho night previous tint
when tho construction train reached,
tho lowest portion of tho track at K.t,
the water was almost up to tho lire
Questions were asked those who weto
nt tho I.alo liiau ns to the speeches
made thcro and tho answer came from
all that thero was absolutely no talk
of restoration. The tenor of all tin
speeches seemed to be along tho line of
progress a desire to go ahead and
work for the Interests of tho people and
the country, letting bygones bo b
gones. Queen I.llluiiknlnnl did not
Tho Zealandla, taking tho place of.
.,, t,,.,... :,.,nl,,iL win
I...,.,., a tv.B,i.in .i,.,.
. ,.. ,. , ... ., ,.
Ing with tho news of the election.
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Bteamer will have her Biennis out an
nouncing tho successful candidates so' DeI,l"' S""1" Chllllngworth stated
that Honolulu should have the news ""8 morning that he had seen Dr. Shor
long before the Zealandla hauls along- py ln resaid to th echemlcal analysis
side her wharf. "' ",0 contcnis ' tn1 stomach of tho
Peoolo alone tho water front are of deceased Cabral. The results could not
tliA nnlntnn thnt thn Rtenmer will not
uo 0n time tomorrow morning on ac
count of the heavy weather that has
existed for th epast three or four days
and which gives evidence o( neing
something more than a local storm.
Thero will bo n rehearsal of the cholt
of the Second Congregation of at An
dtow's this evening.
THU WATEHMAN IDEaL FOUN
TAIN PUN. All sizes, all shapes. II
Tho Cnmpbftjl block Is bolng remodel
ed In Interiors nnd fronts.
Is Under Indictment for
MR. HARTWELL DECLINES
TO ACCEPT COMMISSION
George Clark is Appointed Receiver of
0. Akau's Estate-Jurors Not
Engaged Excused ill Next
.Tnhti Anlolie Is on trinl liefole Judge
llumphrc.ts loila.t on iiidltlmeiit for ut
tering forged Instruments. The nlliged
forgeries consist of Ismid of edmntloui
orders. A treasury warinut for $.iO Is nu
exhibit. 3. W. Catlnart, depot) attorney
geneinl, for the prosecution; .1, I,. ICnu
lukoii nml ('. ('. lllttiug for defendant.
The following Jury nre tr.lug the inse,
their names I lie llrst drawn, ami no thai
lenges: C. I'. Ithoilcs, l. II. Illtilieoik,
Hy. Vlda, N. Ilrcham, John Mitchell,
II). 7.1-tU' C. Wlil ami, John doml, K.
II. I'aris, Jas. K. Mcrscbcrg, Chas. No'.
Ieft mid P. T. I'. Wntei house.
.Other Jurors were excused until next
tVhiirsdn) nt Hi m in.
Sam P. Wood was culled to the bar
for. not answering when his name was
called, hut RltlnBirnMxvuse satisfactory
lo'rho i-oiiit, he was ct off wTtlTllie btlier
1 'ml Mile mntters all went oter till next
In the suit of II. IIackfeil & Co., Ltd.,
ts. ('. Akau, ('. Ako and ('. K. Al, Judge
Humphie.tK lias npisiluti'd (icsirge Clark
nf Kallua. Hawaii, rcccltcr under a bond
"" to L- "'
, "'I' f"lll""-' writings nre on lile In
the clerk's otlic-e:
"In I11 lilt court of I'lrsf circuit, Is
land of Oaliu. Territory of Hawaii. In
the matter of the apsilntnieut of 11 mas-
,.. 1,. ,!,,. ni,.P. Aifri x. it,.r.
,., 1:,,,, n ,,,i.r f ,. ,miinn
bar. hating Ih-cii Icmleicd b) the of-
Mis' of muster In chancer) for Hie I'lrst
Judh Inl die nil of the Terrltor) of Hn-
I""11 "",I '"' '""'"R slgnllled Ids willing-
"A. S. III'MI'llItllYS. I'lrst Judge.
"Hone at chambiis this I'.'ih day of
Xmeinl" r, A. I. Xltiettt-n Huiulied."
'1-' foregoing hns the following en-
Xot. HI. IImmi. ltcspctl.
fully leluiiied with niiii'Bt that within
apisilntmeiit Is- lann-lliil or wllhilruwii.
I "Al.flll'.ll S IIAIITU'I'I.I."
.. nllU ,.1)llrlt ,.,,, niinlli t
ciinmb, is. In ie. iniuter In c linnei r). At
the n-ipnt of A, S. Ilnitwell, i:i., the
onlci- mndc oil Xoteiiiber I", Html, ap
Isiintlng htm masier In chanevry Is here-
"A. S. HI'MI'IimiYS, I'list Judge.'
There i nothing now concerning tho
I'ltnchbowl poison cases of )estenl.i,;
and the day before, tho complete stoiy
of which was published In )estenhi's
Tho bodies of Joo Sllva and Augni-
linn Mmlnlrna it twa tiiilul onlniilni nt
"" """" "'""' '"" '""'" 1
ternoon hut that of Joaquin Cabral
wn" tnl(cn to th0 undertaking parloia
I of II, H. Williams whero It will he kept
1 ,' . .. ,. '
until Sunday afternoon, the tlmo Bet for
lie arrived ai until tomorrow uuernuon
and the Coroner's Jury, composed of
the following would not ho called until
nftor theso results wcro known; C, J.
Hutchlns, C, Dlckcrson, S. Kubcy, II.
Dexter, i:. I'aris and W. K, Illvens.
Continuing, Mr. Chllllngworth ha I
tho following to say; "The murder
theory which appeared In tho Republi
can this morning Is rank nonsense,
Tho Portuguese nro of the belief that
Stlvn, tho nurseryman, died of a dls
caso of tho kidneys ns stated hy Dr.
Prntt nnd that tho other three men dlo 1
of tho poison which was contained In
tho bottles found In the room of th)
deud man after his body was discover
"Thlspolson, they state, was nothing
moro or less than the base which the
old man used In Jhe manufacture of the
wines, which, for ears past, he has dis
tributed quite freely among his friends
for so much a bottle. He was Just get
ting ready to make another lot when
Illness overtook him and death le
Milted In h.Tery jhort time. This Is
the theory accepted by nil those win
hnvo mado an Investigation of the
case. The contents of the bottle will
be found to be cither fusil oil or
methylated spirits. The murder Rtory
Is nbout as far aw A, from the truth -is
It would seem possible to get."
A. P. COOKR'S 8TATEMBNT.
A. P. Cooke, the prime motcr In the
establishment of the Seamen's Club,
was seen this morning In relation to
the statements made by Captain Dray
yesterday regarding Union and non
union men at the Club. Mr. c'ooko had
the following to say In nnswer to ques
tions asked by the llulletlii reorter:
"I do not care to niipear In print but
since you ask me nbout the mntter, I
will gtate briefly the whole situation
and point to the cause of the nttark
mndc upon me.
"The statement Is made hy Captain
Dray that non-Unlon men are kicked
out of tho Club. Thcro Is absolutely
no truth In this. This class of sallois
has always been welcome. They can
bo seen at the place any hour during
the day If Captain Ilrny or any other
people who think tho non-Unlon men
nro being kicked out, will only take
tho trouhlo to call around and see."
"Captain Orny smji it I.i to-) lud 'o
Bee me mix up with inch t eictJ ns .'1
represented by tho member of the
Union. I will say right here that ! favor
the Union because It favors the sailors
at Inrgo and does not cl.arg any
blood money fur slilp'iliig men ns do
Captain. Ilrny and the crimps. I'hh In
tho secret of the whole attack made
against me. When you hit a man's
pocket you lilt the mnn himself atiout
ns hard a "body blow- as Its Is possible
"Absolutely no distinction was mane
between Union nrd non-Unlon men nt
the Seamen's Club In tho ppt and none
will bd made In tho future.
PACIFIC TENNIS CLUB.
There was a good attendance of
members at the special meeting of thu
1'nciflc Tennis Club yesterday after
noon. Tho principal object of tho
meeting was tho plnnulng'of nrrnngc
menta for nn lntltatlon turnament.
After thorough discussion It was de
cided that tho tournament be for men s
doubles mil). The lleretanla, Piinuho't
and Kamihnmchn Clubs, us well ns all
unattached phi) era will be linlteil to
tnko part. The date set for the begin
ning of tho tournament Is December 1,
tho matches to bo pht)cd during the
week nnd the finals to be played on the
Saturday following. The entry honk
will bo placed nt Pearson & Potter's
In the near future. The entries will
close on tho 27th fust., In-order to al
low tlmo for tho draw lugs. Suitable
trophies will be offered by the chili giv
ing the tournament.
After tho regular business of the
meeting had been completed, tho mem
hers talked Informally on the subject
of n union of nil the amateur athletic
organizations of Honolulu. AUIiounli
nothing definite was decided on, It Is
qulto certain that n meeting will be
called In the near future to make ar
rangements for this union for theio are
u great many moro than the memheis
of tho Pacific Tennis Club who are In
terestcd In the project.
Becomes an American.
August Dieler, the loll i ill sugar plant
it of K11I0.1 Kauai, mis milurnllrid as a
tltlreii of the Culled States h) Judge
1)M iv this iiioinlug. Mi. Iluli-l, who Is
one of the oldi-st deimnii leslitWits of
these Islands, was memberof the llotinc
of Nobles In 1892. Ho Is now one of tho
most piiiinhieiit capitalists In the ti
litor) ami Una lie bill) luleiesteil lu hiiiii1
of Honolulu's new- cutcrprNcs, besides
being a sliniilioldi 1- In the lutei-lslnml
Meuiu Xntlgntlon ('ompuii),
Thero was no performance nt the
Orphcum Inst night on account of the
very heavy rain, although tho perform
ers wcro nil anxious "for the fray," and
they were not disappointed, ns tho
munager requested a rchentsal of the
one-act comedy sketch "Ills Ilelntlvo,
which Is spicy, nnd full of wit and
humor and presents tery pretty stage
effects. There will bo n matinee to
morrow (Saturday) afternoon.
Agrees With Dr. Camp.
Harbormaster Captain Fuller Is In
clined to ngrco with Dr. Camp that
tho sudden deuth of the four Portu
guese on Punchbowl was duo tri drink
ing methylated spirits. Capt. Fuller
recalls the sudden deaths of two of his
Hawaiian whaif sweepers seteinl years
ago. After a thorough Investigation It
was found that they both got chunk
tho night beforo on methylated spirits
and brown sugnr and did not llvo to
Tho latest styles In shirts and ties
ato to bo found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. J301 White.
I AH ,
Strauss Guilty of Con
tempt of Court.
CHARGES HIM WITH
BRIBING WITNESS BENOIT
Case Grows out of the Divorce Proceed
ings of J." Andrade vs. Adelaide
Andrade-Something of What
Contempt prooceedlngs hnvo been
brought against Attorney I.eon M.
Strauss by Attorney K. II .McCIanahan
of the firm of Kinney, Italian & Mc
CIanahan nnd If the allegations of the
latter can be proven, the result muit
certainly be set Ions for the defendant
In the case.
Strauss has been ordered by Judg"
Humphries to appear before him nt 2
o'clock this ufternoon or ns sewn there
after ns counsel may be heiiid, then
and there to show cause why the pr.t)
cr contained In the petition of Attorne
MtClannhnu should not be granted
The principal points In the complaint
are as follows-
Petitioner Is the attorney In the else
of J, S, Andrade vs Adelaide Andrnde
llliel for divorce on the charge of ndul
tery. The suit appears cm the regular
calendar of tho court and was, on No
vember 10, called by Judge Humph
reys for henrlng. On the lu i of No
vember, at the request of tin- of the at
torneys for the defendant, tl-c suit was
continued nnd specially set for 1 raring
Among the witnesses for Ine llbtllant
were the following: II, I.. Unsey, f II.
Iluchnnan, J. I., lleuoit and Hirry l.c
liny On August 10. Hnsey and Hit
chaiinu made swurn statements as to
what they would testify. They were
duly notified that they wero expected to
bo witnesses In the Andrade c.isj nnd
that, If for any teason it should be Im
possible for them to attend thn tti.ll
tho petitioner, McCIanahan, would t-cc
that their depositions In the matter
were taken. Subsequent to tho dale
of the sworn statements of tho two
men, Hnsoy nnd Ituchanan told the po-i
tinner, McCIanahan, that they had nj
Intention of leaving Honolulu. Sever
al days prior to November 10, nt the
lime when It nppenrccl tho Andrade
ease would bo called for hearing, the
petitioner, McClannhau, looked for th"
two men but neither could bo found.
Die Impicsslon was that they had left
A search was made for Harry I.e
Hoy and It was soon found that he too
was missing. The same Impression pre
vailed In his cake. He was reported to
havo left tho country.
A search was made for Ilenolt and
he was soon found. He was examined
.1 few ilavs pi lor to Nov ember 10 and
was, on Saturday, subpoenaed to -ip
pear and testlf) In the case lu ques
The petitioner, McCIanahan, In the
court room Satnidny, November 10
when tho case was being called, In
quired for the defendant In the rase
and found that she was nut present, al
though her attolie) vvete. Tho case
was continued. not on account of the
absence of the defendant, but rather
on liccount of the alleged Indisposition
of una of tho attorneys for tho defence. '
On Thursday, November IS, lleuoit
went to tho olllcc of Kinney, Italian
& McCtanuhan and Informed thu peti
tioner, McClnnnhan, that ho had been
npproached by Strauss nnd naked by
him If ho would not "Bklp" the coun
try for a consideration a steamer tick
et and $20 in cash.
Tho petitioner hero states that fur
thc-Bo reasons, ho believes Attorney
I.eou M. Strauss to be guilty of con
tempt of court.
Ilenolt, tho man who nccuses Strauss
of attempting to bribe him to leave the
country, states lu nn atlldavit attache I
to tho complaint thateho was approach
cd by the attorney for tho defense In the
Andrndo case Ht the Orpheum ona
night not long ago. At that time,
Strauss asked him to go into the cafo
and havo n glass of beer with him.
This Invitation ho accepted. When In
tho cafe, he was asked to tell what ho
know about tho case, Strauss promising
to keep secret what he said to him. Ho
was preparing his defense nnd wanted
to know something about tho affair.
Later on, sat a Ilenolt, In his affida
vit, Strauss asked him If ho did not
want to leave tho country nnd the fol
lowing convei Ballon took place:
Ilenolt. "Yes. I would llko to leave,
but I haven't tho money and couldu t
Stiiiiiss:"lf I glv-o )ou a ticket, will
)ou 'skip' ?"
Ucnolt: "No, I cannot. I have no
clothe jtr ntn t) poast with and no
rnoruV and I will not go there 'broke' '
nSiolt then told Strauss, bo the am
davit states, that ho had furniture that
was worth $100 and that If he would
give him n ticket nnd so much moncv,
ho would "skip" the country. No
amount was specified. Strauss then
answered: "Would n ticket and $M
do?" rienolt answered that It might
do In n pinch. Strauss then promised
to call at his room and fix up tho mat
ter, but he failed to put In nn uppear
nneo although he had mot him In tho
streets of the city several times after
tho conersatlon nt tho Orphuim. llen
olt claims that Strauss once asked
him to call at Ills ofllco but tho Invita
tion was declined.
Mr. Strauss appeared lu thu .Circuit
Court nt 2 o'clock with Hon Pnul Neu
mann ns counsel, Mr McCIanahan be
ing also present, nnd the hearing -vas
cuntlnued tilt 10 o'clock tomorrow.
Resigned from Fqrcc.
Trlest, one of tho best known men
on the Mounted Patrol, has resigned,
much to tho sorrow- of the police de
partment. He Is to take a position ns
conductor on tho electric railway that
Is ncm- miming up Pncllle llelght-t.
Trlest Is a man of splendid character
who has nlvtnvs been firm In the per
formance of his duties.
SENTENCE OF Kll FOR
Ending of Infamous Conspiracy of
Natives at Waianae-Egan and
Hustace Deny Fraudulent Tak
ing of Kamalo Stock.
Kll was found guilty, on very short
deliberation by the Jury, of mallcloiu
burning In setting fire to sugar cnua
nt Walanao. Nalopl, n lad In his t-eiu
was brought from Jail to tes'Ty
against Kll. $Ils evidence was that Kll
and nn accomplice who got clear uj
tu-nlng state's evidence, compelled him
nt the muzzle of n gun to ret fire to
There had been burning- before that
one, mid tho Walnnac C-iinivny had a
reward of $250 out for detection of the
Incendiaries. It canio rut that tlio
scheme of the brnco of older kanakas
was to start n tire, then arrest any
stray Chinaman for It nnd mini thn
reward. They caught 'we Chliiatiien
for their purpose, but the mtlv-v, were
themselves ariested and Kieln, 0110
of them, split on thu conspiracy.
Mr. Strauss put on no wit icsct for
tho defense of Kll.
Judge Humphre)H Bontcnc'il thn ro-i-
vlctcd defendant to flvo yean.' Impris
onment nt hard labor.
John J. Cgau and Frank Huatnce, In
in answer to the amended comjilnl'.t of
II. 11. Hitchcock nnd others, deny t'nMr
fraudulent appropriation of 120,000
stock of the Knmnlu Sugar Co Tiiey
allege on Information and belief that
the plaintiffs, before becoming -).i.io-holders,
had not Uo that the pa.-i-up
stock hud been allotted to lliu.tate,
i:gan and Foster.
The steamer Claudine was tc havo
tailed for Maul li.nu late )cst.'ldiv if
tetuoou but the weather was su lu I
thnt It was thought absolutely il.uiK'i
011s to despatch tho steamer. Then
ngaln a number of the passengers rj
fused to go on her If she was sent out.
Tho Claudine sailed shurtly after S
o'clock this morning.
.Shirtwaists, splendid cut nnd latest
st)les from M) cents to $1.00 at I.. 1).
Kerr's big sale.
FOR AiUUDY STREETS.
The Doctor's Advice
Is to keep your feet dry anj
This Is what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF irf TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
0 will do o
$4.50 Pen Palp.
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