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Vol,. X. No. 1703.
HONOLULU. TKKK1TOKY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. FKHItrAKY 1 U"
Pitici: 5 Oukts.
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Investigation of Clerk
LAWYER BITTING GETS,
TN DAYS FOR CONTEMPT
Clerk of the District Court Said to
Have Been Careless with
Tlio Grand Jur) was calleil Into the
court loom tills morning ntul Riven an
additional oral Klmrge by Judge
IlitinpHi t-ys. Ills chnrgo pertained to
ccrtnln irregularities said to exist In
the m inner Ciorls Znblan of the First
District CouiMbM conducted the du
ties of his office. The charge In sub
stance was that, when appeals were
laUn from that Comt to tlio Circuit
Cumt, the costs were paid by him.
It had come to the Information of the
Court, that Znblan lias not proper!)
snfeguiided the monies entrusted to
him for costs.
Judge Humnhrejs also went on to
say that It had also come to bis Infor
mation that there were numerous pit II
loses which had been npplnled from
the District Court eighteen months ago
nnd In which the records hato netcr
lifcn sent to the Circuit Court, al
though the costs were paid to the
clerk of tlio District Court nnd nil oth
fi things had hem done by the par
tic" which the law requires to be done.
Judge Huniphicjs went on to say
tint, nbout n ear ago. a second Dis
trict Court was established In Hono
lulu for the. trial of clt'll cases and. as
a usult the cleik of Judge Wilcox's
couit was relict cd of many olerleal'clu-
tlcs, nnd that theie Beemeil to J n j eel to make additional oreifrgeM lie vis
good reason wh) he s hoiild be derelict tn( ,y tnn court to give his testimony
In malting up the records, alwats ox-1 t n BCslon of tlie Grand Jiirj and that
tiemely brief on appeal to tho Circuit the charge was not a subject for dls
Court. cimlon between the court and lnr.
Uo said that many attornejs had
complained to tho Circuit Court aliout '
the dereliction and delinquencies of the Interviewed sajlng- "Tho matter oc
clcrk of the Tlrst District Court nnd curlc,i n open court and the wolds
that said clerk Is undei the ban nnd 8tnnd for themselves "
suspicion of having misappropriated
Hie. costs paid to him on nppeal
Ho stated fiuther that tho question
Involved was one of grave Impoitnnco
to all classes of the communlt) nnd
that the Oiand Jmy should probe the
mntter to the bottom nt emce If It np-
peared that the clerk of tho Dlst.Iet
Court bad mlsappropuateu any monies
paid to him ,he should be Indicted nnd
If, on the other hnnd, It appeared that
the chaiges made are groundless, he
should bo etouerated by tho leport of
tho Grand Jury. This, tho Court ob
served, would be a flattering testimon
ial to his Integrity.
The Judge then said that ho held In
his hnnd a letter, enclosing a charge
to tho Grand Jury, delivered b)
Chief Justice Gibbons ot the Circuit
Court of Chicago, which he desired to
endorse. In so far as It applied to pub
ic officials, to wit: 'Tlscal as well oa
moral eeonomy will be promoted by
their contlctlon nnd punishment. The
citizen may protect his home nnd his
person ngalnst the visible violence of
the midnight marauder, but ho Is pow
erless to protect himself against the In
visible evil Influences of public mal
administration nnd non-enforcement of
Tho Judge told the Grabd Jury that
bo had conferred with the High Sheriff
The undersigned firm bet; to
announce that the sale of
OA1IU COLLEGE resi
dence grounds at
will be shared by
W. R. CASTLB. Jp ,
as joint Sales Agent.
Information, Terms, Etc., may
be obtained of MR. CASTLE
at hl office, or of the under-
about the nintter and that he felt sure
that that official would afford tho Jur
every assistance In his power to en
able It to arrive at n tint conclusion
Mr lllshop, foreman of the Grand
Jury, asked If the Judge of the District
Court had any contiol over his clerk
to which Judge, Humphre), replied
"Yes, to a certain extent, he has; but
he Is In no wise to blame for the con
ditions ao which I hnve referred."
The Judge then suggested the names
of sovf'ifll nttornc)s whom tho Grand
Jur might Interrogate nnd also sug
gested that the might Interrogate the
clerk of the District Court nnd ask him
to exhibit nnd account for nil monies
which had been paid him ns an for
co(s In appeal cases, first Informing
him of his constitutional privilege of
declining to answer questions or to do
any thing which might hnvo a tenden
cy to convict him.
At tho close of the charge, a sensa
tion In court was sprung by Attorney
C. C. Hitting
Hitting aroc and asked tho court It
tho charge had been taken down In
shorthand b tho court reporter.
"I don't know as to that. Whj ?"
said the Judge
"Oh; 1 mav be called on to defend
this man." said Hitting "nnd nur
charg" stilkcs mo as picullai and tin
The Court was silent for n moment
nnd every law jcr In the room started at
the unusual practice that was being
enacted. Judgo Humphrejs called Hit
ting to the lnr and said:
"I deslro to know the meaning of
our remarks "
Mr. Bitting reiterated his former
stntcment of wanting to protect his
Tho Judge stilel "I consider It nn
effort to Insult the Court" Hitting
made an effort to squaro himself, but
was Interrupted by -"I consider ou
guilty of flagrant nnd open contempt of
court and sentence ou to ten dajs'
"May I go to my ofllce," asked Hitting.
"You are In the custody of the sher
iff." said the Court.
Shortly aftci leaving court, a letter
was rccelvid from Mr. Hitting by the
cluk, apologizing to Judge Iliunnli
ro)i. ""8. K. Kane addressed the court at the
closo of the Hitting episode and want
When Keen after the adjournment of
c01lrt Judge Humphrey r fused to bo i
OFFICERS CONFIRM REPORT
nn Tliril) CIIIIl'C Clin 'a8t Mondiy moinlng on their up trip,
Ur 111LIK Mill S 5ALLjnn,i operators foi tho Wireless Tele
grnphy Intended for Lnlinlnn tvero
Moana will Probably Take Her Place
Discontent is Expressed Over
Change Captain's Good
Tho Canadian-Australian steamer
Warrlnioo, Captain Phillips, arilved
fiom the Colonics this morning after a
pleasant trip until several hours fiom
poit. She bi ought two passengers
for Honolulu nnd about forty tons of
1 ho officers of tho Warrlnioo confirm
tho reported salo of thee "teamer to the
Union Steamship uompan) nnd state
that tho steamer Moana will arrive
hero In place of tho Warrlnioo on tho
in vi Irln from thn Colonies
i i. - .i ,i-oi nt ,iu,r.nt.it ov.
,,.,,,, i , , i
over mo cnange in me uniieiBii.ii ui
their steamer for, whereas they arc
the senior ofllcers In tho Canadian-Australian
line, they loose their seniority
bv going Into tho Union line.
If tho Warlmoo Is taken off the Van
couver run and placed In the Colonial
coastwise trade, It will be a big corao
down for the olllecrs
Captain Phillips tho commander, of
the Wnrrlnioo, hns been with the com
pany a long tlmo and worked himself
up from fourth officer to be commander
of tho ship. Now his vessel Is sold un
der him Into another company and his
)enis of conscientious labor apparently
go for nothing
It Is Just possible, however, that the
Wairlmoo will be continued on tho
piesent run nnd the .Moana addJd.
This will give n bl-vveekly servlco four
steamers on tho line
Tho Warrlmoo sails for Vancouver
this afternoon nt I o'clock.
Thn litest st)le of straw hats will be
exhibited In our store Iwakaml, Hotel
THK WATKKMAN IDKAL FOUN
TAIN I'KN. All sizes, nil shapes. H
Report from iYltiul unci Kaunl Toll of DtimtiKO
Done Wnlmun Threatened with De
struction Sl-ilptt tit Knl-iulul Hnve Hard
Time Molding Their Own Streets In
Walluku, 1'ebruary, 12 Maul
has witnessed a kona storm of
unusual severity for nine dn)s now-.
It began to lain nnd blow Inst Tucs
da), February uth, nnd on the follow
ing dn.. It Increased to n gale, the
wind blowing from tho soufli and
southwest with almost burrlcano force.
Tioes In various places wcie uproot-
cd, shingles from tops of bousesvblown ''ctln" "'B'1- Ma,"1 ,'" Ma,rl;t
off, telephone wires to Hana and I.a- Btr,ei,,'t V'0 'h,Cr "T1" T.V l,wn
, , , , , , ., , Ircdticcrt to mud ponds, nnd tho nn-
balna blown down nnd other damage ,,,,,, cfcnturu8 ,, n .ons ti1(),
to property done. public thoroiighfnres hnve- In en forced
Until poured down Incessantly for , ft, , , , t nnk
das, the southeily wind keeping coin-.,!,.,
pan' with tho rain to aid In-tho woVU l'
of ikstruttlon. On Wednesday night , , . ,,
t it kfr Hashes of lightning dashed to Tho ";cmir (-lamllne with mnnj
nnd fro In tho western heacns, whllo jpessengers nnd her Klpahulu nnd some
thunder pin) id about. It seemed as Untmn fielfcht returned this morn
tlvugh a line of battle-. ships wero .nj atl(,r n m08t tempestuous vo)ago
',Cl!utle. children began to .car, and In (-;n,,al" 1'1arKfr '",, ,1,at t'"hnnt
their childlike innocence Inquired what 'ho "'" "" weather was terrible and
had caued this unusual lictlvlty lh tho J passengers and mall for Main ports
foiccs of nature. were limiPd with great dimeulty.
Last Saturuny was a cleai day. and At Kahuliil. the harbormaster report
for the first t.me during the week tho ' . . . , ... ,. ,,., ,., ,,,
sun shed forth Its unlllant ra)s and'''1, l Ca'" "" ' ark" h ''
people began to think that tho storm ''I1 ln8t ,hc wln 'la' ulonn l,h
was at an end. but tho line weather hurricane force, contlnunll) veering
was only temporary for on Saturday , from S l: to S. W . with remarkably
night It poured down In torrents jHlM. rn t,,inlls
All "day oun.nr there were only a rn,lcr "e Hrcumstances work In tho
few minutes of dry weather. All tho harbor has been at a standstill nnd
churihes closed their doors, the ex- vesfels which arc loaded and read) to
coptlon being tho Roman Catfiollc. nil. hate been unable to break moor-
Yesteiday (Monday) thcro wnB rain Inge,
nil ilav. with few Intermissions. Last i mm.... ... -.i u ...i .. . i-i...
nteht loo stream rose until the water
was within a few inches of tho old "' ,nP '!' """ncr was in a '' , tlu. ..,tlkt, ,, i.r()1.r,11(s r tlt. -mco-steel
brldgo, and again the strength critical position ind a heavv mooring , BOI,htnt Moum,.f
oi ine uriuge was msieu iu im iuiuuhi. i
A little above the bridge nnd be)ond
lie tei in tins ot tlie new en innhmeni
JlliJ3 I'ttl till iij tuv unit o nit; uuivio, ,, , ( i i .i
tumid nnd Hooded the taro patches Tllc x"R"ls a Kahulul when the
nnd houses In Its path. Claudlne left, wero tho schooner Com-1
The flumes of'the Wnlhiku Sugar iper tho II It ninil. ftanley H C
Compnn), iii Iiio stream, wero dam-
n,".i" l"!1:.,0!:.. ."."" "la
will tnke n few thousand dollius to ro
The ditches which furnish water
for taro nnd rlco patches below Iao
bridge wore wnshed nttny, hut men
In ad In Ino tnlle") to repair tho dam-'
ages wrought bv tin- storm.
The telepbono lines of the Maul
Telephone Companv wero likewise
blown down last tveik. and eoinminl
,n.!!0,.1.8t"V.T.1.a: .V"!11:"!?.."' J"1"
IJllilJ IliH HinLI I i WW.' 1.1IL 1MI lll .fc I
time Howovei the lines mo In full.
operation ngiilu thanks to the busl
uessllko methods of Superintendent
U II Carle) nnd his forco of linemen.
lloth the Bteameis Klnnu and Claud-
I lie wcio unable to touch nt Lnhnlna
brought over by tho Claudlne nnd
landed nt Wallul.u.
The operators have been housed 1 n
Walluku nnd will tnko tho Claudlno
again this evening for Lnhnlna, If the
weathei permits of their landing nt
Messrs. 'ihco Richards, David AI
Knhtlnn and Henry K. 1'oepoo, who
hnve been doing ovnngullenl work nt
Kennne, Xahikti nnd Hnnn, arrived
in Waliiku, tin Kahuliil, b) the Claud
Ino this morning. The) report storm)
weather at thoso places, especlall) nt
Hann. Mr. Hlchards goes to Honolulu
W. T. llnlilnson compares tho pres
ent storm to the ono which raged on
Maul during tho early pan of 1S90,
tho duration of that memorable stoim
being nearly six weeks. Maulans do
not wish a repetition of It not of tho
same duration an)wn). This morn
lug, howover, tho bniometer at A. N
Kepolkni's resilience Indlcnte'd a
change for io better, for It Is gradii
i all) moving towards "Kulr." Denso
I'l'i'k clouds are still overhanging tho'1. K" "' """ ' ...-,,.--
Wn1ku momitnlll8 alnV mj romo of a few d.i)8 ngo arc repeated In tho
down townid evening.
Tuo (1 nag n)att,,i somowhnt.
which makes people hope for tho bet-lporll should tho storm bo repeated,
ter This storm has not dono very Tne nbiittinents of tho Walmei
considerable damago to an) of tho,, ,d , b , , t k.
plantations on Maul, nnd It inn) buvot . . . , . , .,
been to Us ndvantngo rather than a i '"K a"'l al""",t ,ntall' '-"'lnK tl10
detriment to grovlng crops of )oung i bridge. Tho heavy seas havo torn
enne for outside of tho flumes report nwny the piers at the wharf,
ed as being cuirled nwn) last night Wnlmea Is a placo that, more than
:!avoTe,,nflle,roio,the,rveC;,.am,a - on Kauai. Is subject at times
aged to nn) extent nt 8tt"'m' to tl10 Krpatest danger. The
So this stoim mn) well bo consider houses aro tery close to tho sea and,
ed n God send to sugar planters ns well , for tho most part, nre on tery low
ns rlco and tnio planters, for tho Krounii During storms fiom tho south
nlghtl) fights among tho latter class , h , K , ,,,,
ovor watei to Inlgato their pntehes ., , , . . ... .
have, stopped, but will como In full 'C- whole town of Walima rtunnlng
lilay again ns soon ns the storm Is
mil. Although tho lain hns been pie n
tlful. Walluku, situated as It Is on n
high elevation, Is quite dry. excepting
In plnces In Ino vnlley. both nbovo anil
below Ino bildge, ttlioio bouses ml,i
patches have been flooded to sonio ex
Tho vailous stoics In Kahuliil, ox
coptlng tlio Knhulul stoic have wntr , , ,
almost 011 n level with Uncus und j
bontii could be suful) lowed the whole hTOISftl NOTI18.
length of Knhulul streets If the at- 1
tempt weio cml) made h) soine entoi-, Thn lalns that fell during tho thun
pilslng Jnp , dpr strum of last night nnd thn enily
Tho Pall mad to Lnhnlna hns been , ,,,, mnrnnB Illa(1, Iin0(.
tvnslinl out In home) plnees but other-1 ,., , ... ' , ,, ,, , ,
wise that load is not hncll) dnniagcMl. , W"B "llt between tho Walklkl road
The Lnhnlun stngo has suspended Iti uJ to". After tho thunder stoim,
regular dally trips between hero
and Lahalim during the wce't. Tho
road from WalliiKii to Mngdalcnn Hay,
hc)oud Wnlknpu, has aiso been wash
ed away, but workmen will be put on
to repair It ns soon ns the storm Is
While Walltiku roads have been
quite pas-mlilo during this storm, es
. "" . " ' " """'" """"street over tho HollNter Drug stole.
rnuie iiikcii hi u'iiiuiiu ii me Kieaiiier
nng prompilv hid and the Charmer
ma,,p fa8t to s,, ,8 ow , af( ty
Wright, Honolpo. I.urllne, LMwnrd May
- d Charmer.
The Wright has been read) to sail
jslnec the Ith Inst, but. on nrenunt nf
i stress of weather, has been cnnipillcdl
to remain In port Hver since the storm
, ... , ,, .,
( Kohlilul have been contlnnully on tin
watch and It has been mil) b) the care
taken that mlslnps have been avoided
T1,e nrrxa t tho now tUR )(,at i,r8-
Wo llaldwln to Knhulnl will be balled
villi a greit deal of delight b) ship
ping men ns. nt the present time tho
harbor vvhlrh Is growing In Impor-
auce is without nil) ndiquato protec
tion to tho shipping there
'the rnllroul at Kahuliil has buffeitd
a great deal fiom the rain and tlie
tracks in several places lnve been
washed away At liana where tho
Claudlno was liylng it anchor, tho
storm inado her drag nnd she was com
pelled to put to sea.
Coming homo from Lihnina, the
Claudlno bucked the wind and sea nil
tho way and arrived hero several hours
later than she should have, had tlio
weather been good.
A letter from C. II. Hoffgard of Wal
men Kauai, tells of disastrous floods
and storms at that place. If the storms
continue, great damago will result to
property, nnd loss of llfo Is within the
scopo of possibilities.
Tho floods down tho Wnlmea river
have been henty nnd the dike, built
Bonio tlmo ngo by the government, has
been swept nwai.
This dike protecto ill Inrge strctrh of
rlco and taro llelds which arc now ex-
j posed to total destruction If tho floods
low tiat mere nro man) nauvo mm
foreign residents who nre In Imminent
. rtow n.i valley vvhero huncrcds of nn
lives make their homes, la a stream
t,t empties Into tho sen hard by tho
w, , f
, ' , ,,,' , , .
thstreanisvv eels qulckl) nnd between
1 this menaco and tho danger from thn
. sea the pcoplo of Wnlmea are kept In
the corner of I'llkol nnd King street
niii a prrfect pond and t'hUles pnss
lug bv went nlmost to the huhs Into
tin un-r The othtr cornels wcr llko-
Wise bm but I'llkol slieet ns alwavs,
1 was tho worst
i J'eople living on Herctaiila street and
en tho higher levels above report tint
the heavy rains proved their salvn
lion Tho volumes of water rushing
down to suddcnl) swept nvvnt the
mud ind the stnndlng water so that
the streets toda arc In fnlrlv good con
dlllun The 0 It & I,, Co has been tor)
fortmi ite during the present storm
Alum ign mo tracks ire Heavy ami it
Is not considered w Ke to run tnlns
ni the usual qpeed, nn ilaimgp has been
dono to the tracks A gang of men
Is being kept jilting the tracks during
tho day and night lly menus of this
plan, auv big damage Is prevented
Tho Maklki ditch was too frail to
wlthstnnd the torrent of water that
plunged through It Inst night It broke
and, this monilng the Mnklkl district
was a sci of water for the second
WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS
A writ of hhwas corpus In tho nut
ter of the Imprisonment of C C Hit
ting for contempt of lomt was Issued
by lodge I.'hIic this afternoon on pe
tition of Attiirne) (1 A Divls 'I lie ob
JmIIoii raised to tho Imprisonment Is
that Hitting Is confined In n eonvlct
prlMiu The writ Is made leturuable
tomorrow morning at 10 o clink before
'I'licoHoiihlKts will Meet.
There will be n private meeting this
evening of tho numbers of lohi
III am h T S . at Miss lllec's residence
on Ilcretnnla street opposite Goii7.ilves
On S.itind.i) night Colonel Oleott
will leituro nt K of V hall on Fort
I LEADER OF T1IE0S0PIIIST5
SPEAKS ABOUT THE WORK
Has Spent Much Time in India
Hobse in Madias Has
AmoiiK the arilvals ill tlie ltlo clu
Jalielio tills mm nine was Colonel 01-
eolt, tth a) bejuslll) lonsldiied tlie
gle.itest lit lug ixpuuiiit of the prlllel -
pies of I'll. oooph).
vv mil seen u) .1 uuueeiii reporie-r iec
tlm Hawall.in bolel, he said "To be
gin with, )ou mi) stiito that I have
been a newspiper man since 1$
lit olio time, practiced I iw in New
York. 1 g.ivo 1111 a lucrative practice
to go to .India to cngige In my life
long work of sowing tho seeds of 'lhe
osopb) In the most lcmoto parts of tlie
' 011 m.ty say nisei that 1 am thor
oughly American mid 11111 fiom old
Puritan stock, my ancestor's nninc be
ing ciiMfived on the monument at
Hartford, erected to the Hist settlers
of New Hngl.incl -M) father's nines
tors dnto back to Puritan and Knick
"I havo livid awn) from America
since Christmas 1STS but passed
through tho United Slates on my way
around tho world In ltVJl wIThout stop
p'ng. except at New York, Sacramen
to and Kan l'l .incise o.
'ln 1875 1 joined with n few other
pcoplo In New York to make tho Theo
sophieal Society, it was organized and
began work In November 1873, with
ni)self as president, nn olllco 1 havo
held continuously ever since.
"My olllclal residence Is nt Madras,
Ii'dln, wht id, during tho month of De
cember of inch )enr, n convention
meets and tlio annual reports aro
'I ho colonel handed tho reporter
copy of tho annual report of the so
clet) which showed that ho as presi
dent, had up to tho close of the )ear
1900 Issued C07 charters for branch
Continuing, Colonel Oleott said- "Wo
hnto been tho chief agents for bringing
about thn revival of Hinduism In In
dia which wo aro told by tho highest
Indian atithoiltlii, has revolullonletl
tho beliefs of tlio cultuicd class nnd
the rising ge iteration "
1'or twent)-tvvo tears Colonel Oleott
has publlsbi-d n mngii'lne detoted to
thn subject of 'I heosoph) and 111 ll",
he was aw aided a Inndsomi Iv luxulh
ed sllvoi medal which was offend bv
tho U S Agricultural Site lit v for 1 bo
be st letter lepnits of Its me 1 tings nt
Chicago In lStVi Tho 111 tl lis appear
ed 111 the New York fribuno
til p HI'
If NMNl AI
Prof. Charles Bartlett
Dyke of Hampton Ya
Terra Opened This Week With Large
cants Arc Turned
'I he present tirm of the Kamthame
ha schools opened last Mouiln) with
every dep.irtmint full The applica
tions foi admission were nmro numer
ous than ever before and a large num
ber had to be refused owing to lack of
room ami netommoilatlons
1 lie new principal, l'rof. Charles
llartlett Dyki who neetitly arrived
with bis wife, hns taken up his work
nnd aeeoiillug to mil of the trustees,
promises to be jutt the man the) hive
been looking for.
Prof D)ku conns from Hampton, Vn.
w here for n long time he had been as
sistant principal in tlie normal school.
He hns given sped il attention ns nn
educator to manual industrial training.
Ho comes with the highest ecommen
dntlons as an cxecutlm and Instructo'r.
Ho Is a man of fine scholarly attain
ments and has the inthiislasm which is
nlvva)s found In the successful educa
tor. The good worn hitherto done nt tho
Kninihaineha schools will take on n
new Impetus from this Infusion of new
blood and new lilt as
1'iof Thompson who has been nit
Ing principal of the school with credit,
since the rctiii mem of Principal Illch
aids will letume his edd position of
Schooner KneprUc Dclnveel.
The (.nsollne schoncr Surprlso Is re
nuitcd tied ui at Nnnlllwltl on ac
count of tlie breaking down eif her
rnglne Win n thci James Mnl.ee left
Kami the Surmise hid not been nblu
to make tho repilrs ncccssar) to bring
Nmiileiii the CoiuitlcH.
The llllo Tilbiiue publishes the text
of a bill for local government on Ha
waii lo lie lull Celtic oO In the Leglsla-
,,,, r(, lumls ,)t ,lc (l)linttiH nre
PH)it(1it It u.imid McKlllIc). Noma,
cinrK, Ciillom and Wiirrcn
1 . .
Will Not Cli.lm Ki.lti.He.
The Iliwnlinii Nivlg.itlon Company
will put In no claim for s.ilv.11,0
. 1 iii-iili-iut flu at limine r Onpen uhlrh was.
1 . . . . . .
ussistiu miring some 11.111 weainiT on
the Kona c oast b) the gasollno schoon
Trul 11 Dclii.veel.
Several small laud slides on the Oalm
Ilnilvva) between Kaeun Point and Ma
ku.i dela)ed the first through train
from Knhuhii aliout two hours on Mou-
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