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Voh. X. No. 1781.
HONOLULU. TKKI.ITORT OP HAWAII, "WEDNESDAY. aiAUOH (J, 1901.
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So Says R. Rycroft an
Old Time Road
GOOD FOR FOUNDATION
BAD AS TOP DRESSING
Advocates Four Inches of Crushed Aa
Stone as a Surface for
the Streets of
It. Rycroft has Ideas about the prop
cr thing In road building as well asj
ftrst class notions on mo suujcci 01
parks.- He has supervised the con
struction of some of tho lest roads ou
tho Hawaiian Islands and points- to
one on Hawll, built fourteen years ago.
that has never been In need of repairs
since the clay It was made. It has
borne tho pressure of tho heaviest traf
fic such ns twenty-ton loads of rnll
load tics and wood drawn by ponder
ous traction engines. Nothing but
heavy freshets, causing washouts, have
nltected this roadway. It Is tho road
between Poliolkl und Toa, Puna. The
particular part of this road, which has
withstood the test of tlmo, is a three
mile stretch made of crushed "aa"
The "aa" rock Is the secret of tho
matttcr. It Is a rock containing a
largo percentage of silica and Is con
sequently very resistant to the pound
ing of wheels and the wear of traffic
"The use of 'aa' stone as a top dress
ing for roads Is not my Idea," said Mr.
llycroft, "It was originated by Charles
Spencer, late Minister of tho.Intorlor.
If ho had lived, he would have put bis
Ideas Into extensive use and the Ho
nolulu roads would now present an
altogether different appearance. lu my
own opinion, Honolulu streets should
be paved with asphalt, but, as that
material Is too expensive, I think we
should at least do the next best thing.
"The next best material Is 'aa' rock
It should bo used only as a top dress
ing, spread In a four Inch layer over
the material now being used as maca
dam by the road department. This
stono makes a fine top dressing be
came, no matter how It Is groum up or
battered by traffic. It never goes to
mud. A road mnde of bucIi material
will be riound to powder and blow
away, but It will never become muddy.
"The rock that Is coming out of the
crushers now and being spread upon
the stieets, Is all light for a founda
tion, but It Is worthless on tho surface.
It grinds Into mud under heavy traffic
In wet weather and Its cxtenslvo use
as under tho present policy. Is a wastn
of thousands of dollars of tho peoplo's
money. It has but ono thing In Its
favor nnd that Is, that an abundant
supply Is near nt band.
"As a top dressing. It Is a demon
strated failure already. Tho macadam
on King street near tho 8tock Yards
Stables, put down In December, Is now
In need of repair. Tho surface Is soft
and muddy and, on rainy days, ,watcr
stands on It In pools, showing the
places that have worn out In this
short time. I know from experlonco
that the streets will contlnuo to bo un
satisfactory so long as this unfit ma
terial Is used. It nets as soap stono In
water and will not last.
"On the other hand, a road way top
In aJdltlon to "COLLEGE HILLS"
suburb, we offer the following city
$2,800 House and lot. 90x200 at Sea
62.300 6 Room House, Stable, etc , In
rouonui. Lot 100x100.
80,000 7 Room House, servants quarters
fernerv, etc., located on Prospe.t
St., commanding a magnllicent
$5,800 6 Room House, fine lanal. splen
didly located near Oahu Col ege.
$5,000 X acre In Kallhls room cottage,
stable, servant' house, etc., near
Kamehameha IV Road.
$0,000 I Room House on Deretanla Ave.
Lot 80 ft. wide runs through to
$4,000 Lot icomoo, Kewalo, containing
65,000 74 Acre for subdivision, just off
$5,000 Lot 110x150011 Ketaumoku St.,
near Wilder Ave.
93,750 Choice Lot, 80x175, at head of
Detailed Information will be given upon
application at our office.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
TLL. .MAIN Co.
dressed with 'aa' stone, will stand tho
test and I would urge the department,
nt least to make the experiment of try
ing It. The crushers and nil the pres
ent equipment could still be used for
turning out the present style of rock
for road foundation. Tho 'aa' rock Is
brittle. It needs no crusher and can be
shoveled from the place where It
flowed as, lava, without blasting. There
Is a fine supply of this material on
Maul, near Makena. It could bo
brought to Honolulu In schooners nnd,
while It might exceed the present ma
terial In first cost, I am sure in the
end, It would be a great saving of mon
ey and result In better streets.
"Experience alone will lead to a
preference of the 'aa' stone. At sight,
the stono now used would be considered
superior, but a trial will demonstrate
that our roads are now being maca
damized with a very inferior article.
It Is merely a question of dollars and
cents with tho public. Our roads have
already cost us an enormous sum nnd
still wo have no roads. Wo will not
have good roads until a material Is
used that Is capable of resisting the
burden of traffic and travel.
"Tho stuff they are putting on the
roads now will grind Into mud nnd we
will have neither clean streets, solid
nor even streets."
NOW TOURING ISLANDS
WITH It. F. DILLINGHAM
Loan of $300,000 in First Class Busi
ness Mortgages Placed Will
Invest Further in
The arrival in Honolulu of the dl
rectors of the German Savings nnd
Loan Society of San Francisco, has
done more to give tone to the financial
nnd realty market than anything that
had occurred hero on tho streets for
The directors arrived here on tho
steamship Ventura and ever Blnce their
arrival In the capital of the Islands,
they have devoted their time to the
Inspection of the various Industrial
enterprises In operation In the Islands,
At tho present time, file entire party
Is Inspecting the other Islands as guests
of II. P. Dillingham and L. A. Thurs
ton, nnd will return to Honolulu with
in a short time. Included In the party
are several well known capitalists
from the Mainland, who know a good
thing when they see It. They have al
ready made seernl Investments.
Up to tho present time, tho Oerman
Savings & Loan Society, through tho
First National Dank of Hawaii, has
placed loans on first class business
moitgagcs and bonds, In tho neighbor
hood of $300,000.
It Is unnderstood that the San Fran
cisco banking concern Is not handling
sugar stocks, but foreign money com
ing Into n local market always has a
tendency to rellove tho congested na
ture of the local money market, which
exists at stated periods In all com
munities, particularly where they are
so remoto from tho principal money
The fact that tho German Savings &
Loan Society Is willing to make loans
on Island realty. Is the strongest kind
of evidence that capita Is seeking
vestments In all the Insular posses
Tho statement has been mado that
the Savings Society hns purchased
quite Mock of Olaa bonds, but It li
moro likely that the gentlemen who
accompanied tho directors to Honolulu
havo been the purchasers, as some ot
them are already Interested In Hono
lulu and Ewa plantations. ,
MctltodlHt Klondike Pnrtv.
Mrs, U.'L. Pearson entertained a
number of friends last evening at tho
Methodist parsonage. The party was
In the nature of a "Klondike Social,"
tho rooms being decorated with cot
tun, representing snow and Imitation
nuggets were conspicuous ornaments.
A delightful program was rendered
and refreshments served.
Among those present were Mrs, G.
L. Pearson, Mr, and Mrs. Lyle, Miss
L)le, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Mr. and
Mrs, Cousins, Mr, nnd Mrs. Curry nnd
Miss Curry Mr. nnd MrB. Downing,
Mrs, Klvenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Rryant,
Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard, Mr, and Mis.
Johnston, Miss Tnckaberry, Mrs. J,
Djchelor, Miss Myilck, Mrs. Nicholson,
Mr, nnd Mrs, Chamberlain, Mr. I.orlng,
Miss Ose, Mrs. Petrlo, Mr. and Miss
M tore, Mr. Max Moon. Harry Moon,
Mr, Hubbard, Mr, Leonard, Mrs. Ham
scyIrs. Moorehouse, Mrs, McAllister,
Mrs. Holcom, Miss Flcket, Mr. and Miss
Ripley, Mr, and Mrs. Anderson, C. J.
Klttenhousc, Rev, Silas Perry, Miss
Loett and W. O. Smith.
.iinnucTioN SAi.n of straw
HATS AT IWAKAMl'B, HOTKL
Explains His Position of
Yesterday on the
MAINTAINS THAT HE WAS
CORRECT IN HIS STAND
House Concurrent Resolution on Tax
Laws Passed Without Amend
ment Many Bills Read
The Senato met at the regular hour
this morning. After the usual prellml
narles, Mr. C. Ilrown arose on a qucs
tton of privilege stating that he wished
to make a statement explaining his po
sltlon of the previous day, when the
President had ordered tho scrgeant-nt
arms to remove him from the. Senate
chamber. The record of this had been
placed on the journal nnd he wished
his statement to appear also. He refer
red to Subdivision 11, Utile 9 of the
rules, relating to voting on ayes and
noes. Tho President had no doubt got
the rules of the lower house mixed
with those of the Senate. If ho had
been In the wrong no one would be
quicker to apologize but he did not be
lieve ho had been In the wrong and
therefore, ho did not care to apologize.
"I admit," said Mr, Ilrown, "that I
lost my temper. It I hadn't, tho thing
wouldn't havo happened."
There being no objection, the Chatr
ordered tho explanation of Mr, Drown
spread on the minutes
Mr. Kalauokalanl, as chairman of the
Printing Commltteo reported as fol
lows: Your Comlmttea on Printing, after
calling on the various printing houses
of tho city with tho view of securing
tho lowest bids for the printing of
Senato bills, begs leave to report as
follows on tho bids received:
Republican $1.50 per page
Bulletin 1.C0 per page.
Hawaiian Gazette .. 1.C0 per page.
Independent 1.60 per page.
Your commltteo therefore recom
mends that the printing of tho Senato
be distributed equally to the printing
houses that have submitted bids, this
with the consent of tho Senate.
This report was adopted unanimous
ly by tho commltteo being ordered to
first havo all hills translated before
putting tho same In tho hands of the
Senators C. Ilrown and Achl read
by tit lo the bills of which thoy gao
notice Monday, On motion, these went
to the printing committee for transla
tion nnd printing.
Senator Kalauokalanl gave notice of
Ills Intention to Introduco the follow
An Act providing for the exemption
of certain personal property from at
tachment, execution, distress and forc
ed sales of every kind and description
and to repeal all laws in conflict with
Mr. Carter gave notlco of his Inten
tIon Q intWlUlce tt blu I)rovl(I1B ull
ln-'mendment t0 , ,,ena, UwE Scctlon
7G4 and 705, relating to Merchandise
Under unfinished business, ths
question of Mr. C. Brown's appeal from
: thc decIslon or tne chalr, WM jeclarcd
in order, Tho decision was sustained
by a vote of 7 to G, Mr, Kanuha not
Under suspension of rules tho list of
estimates submitted by the Governor
was referred to the Judiciary Commit
tee. The concurrent resolution from tho
House, bearing on taxes was brought
up for consideration on tho order of
tho day, Mr. C. Drown moved tho
adoption of tho resolution for purposes
In suppoitlng his motion, Mr, Drown
said that, In tho choice ot tho three
members of tho Joint commltteo from
the Senate, great caro would have to be
exercised. Only those thoroughly con
versant with tho matter should bo ap
Tho first thing the commltteo would
run up against would be tho fact of
tho taking out of tho treasury of tho
Territory of a million dollars a year
from the Custom House, Post Office and
Tho commltteo must also take Into
consideration tho fuct that thoro has
been much talk about municipal gov
ernment nnd tho establishment of
counties nil over tho Islands. If it Is
decided by tho Legislature that Hono
lulu bo Incorporated nnd that n county
be mado out of the Island of Oahu, tho
committee will havo to consider taxa
tion for tho municipality, taxntlon for
tho county and taxation for the Teirl-tory.
No doubt, this committee would be
the most Important that would sit dur
ing the present session of tho Legis
lature. Mr, Urnwn ended by saying
that he did not envy the committee Its
work and that he hoped the President
would not appoint him upon It.
Mr. Carter made n long speech on the.
Importance of the matter In hand. He1
fully toofc up his ten minutes Hmlt.'fhV
chair announcing at the proper ttnfe
that he had but a minute left.
Mr. Daldwln and Mr. Achl also spoko
briefly on th eresolutlon. . The latter
recommended that the Senate adopt the
resolution at once. If amendments
were made. It would have to go again
tp the House before action In the Sen
ate could be taken.
The resolution passed by n close votn.
Mr. Achl moved that the resolution
be referred to the Finance Commltteo,
On motion of Mr. Kalauokalanl, the
Senate adjourned at 11:35 o'clock.
Nell Gyvvnnc Thursday.
The Florence Roberts company's
next play Is the old English standby,
Nell Gwynne on Thursday evening.
This Is a splendid comedy. Seats ars
MACADAM GOING DOWN (
FAST ON KING STREET
Good Weather Has Given Campbell a
Chance to Organize His Cohorts
for Improvement of
llond Supervisor Campbell Is 15 a
contented frame of ralnd, since the ex
tended period of good weather has glv
en Ills force a chnuce to make a show
Ing In street Improvements.
The filling In on Ala Moana, from
Richards street to the pumping sta
tion, has been completed. It took some
thing over 1S0.000 yards of coral and
dirt to bring this road to the prescrib
ed level. Tho sea wall at slip N.a. 2,
at the naval dock. Is progressing, with
a big gang of men nt work, ,
South street extension from Ala Mo
ana to Queen street, will Boon bo filled.
The big work at present. Is the ma
cadamizing of King Btrcct. Tho stretch
of oer two miles from Nuunnii bridge,
Ewa. will bo the first to bo made Into
a boulevard. Mr. Campbell says ho Is
putting on a macadam of nt least ten
incnes or rusncil rocK. at tuo rate
of 150 cubic yards per day. The entlro
output of tho nsylum rock crusher Is
now- going Into King street.
The Maklkl crusher will be ready for
work by the first of April. The trestle
work and inllroad which will connect
it with tho road, nro In course of con
struction. Repairs aro going forward on Punch
bowl nnd Klnnu streets.
Dlda will soon be opened for tho Job
of grading Llllha street.
The pay roll of the road department
yesterday ntnuunted to $0,370.(0 for tho
month of February.
All tho way from ten to fifteen busi
ness messages a day nro now being
transmitted between Honolulu nnd La
halnn by wireless telegraph. The
rates established by the company for
tho present are twenty cents per word
with u minimum charge, ot 12. Picas
messages will be given tho usual re
duction. Operators for the Makena and Ma
hukona stations will leave hero by tho
next Kluau und It Is hoped that tho
lino will be open through to Hawaii
early next week. For tho present tho
company will transmit messages to
Illlo nnd wny points by telephone, un
less tho Importance or secrecy ot tho
message warrants the sender In payljg
for special messenger. It Is tho Inten
tion, however, In tho very near future
to run an overland wire from Malm
konn to Illlo.
MATERMTY IIOMU LUAU.
Tho committees on arrangements for
the Maternity Home hum, to ho given
March 10, held n meeting today. It
was well attended nnd tho preparations
were further advanced. Tho luau will
be given at, noon and will lust till 10
o'clock. Dancing will be lu order from
8 to 10 o'clock. The physicians' wives
have uriangcd to open a booth for tho
salo of children's articles. Other
booths will bo on tho ground. Tickets
nro selling satisfactorily. Another
meeting will bo held next Wednesday.
Governor Dole hns tendered tho uso
ot tho Hawaiian bund to play during
tho luau and fair.
Not One of Gov. Dole's
MANY PETITIONS ARE
PRESENTED IN HOUSE
Asking Honey for Roads, Landings
and School House-Plague Fire
Claims Bill Under
The first business to come before the
House this morning was n petition In
troduced by Pnele from citizens of tho
Second Precinct. Fifth district. The
"That nn appropriation of J25.000 for
two cars be made for bridges and
highway and breakwater alonghe ica
coast of the district aforesaid." Sign
ed by 54 citizens.
Ucckley presented a petition from
citizens of Wslalua district, Molokal,
asking for an item In the appropriation
bill' for a new school building for fifty
scholars. It Is signed by 2G taxpayers
Haaheo Introduced a bill for the con
struction of a public road In tho dis
trict of Puna, Hawaii, from a place
called Keola and running through tho
village of Kalmu and nnd Kalapana to
Kahuhaulea a distance of eight mllci.
and asking for an appropriation of
112,000. Referred to Comlmtteo on
Prendergast, chairman of printing
committee, reported Houso bills, Nos.
2, 4, 7, 11 12 and 13. Prendergast
stated that the rules of the House
would shortly be ready, but the prln
ters were waiting for a decision of tho
printing commltteo as to tho form it
should be bound and delivered.
Dickey moved that rule 12 he amend
ed by striking out "the vote of the
House." He also called attention to
the fact that every morning there Is a
loss of time In approving the minutes
and moved that hereafter the Speaker,
provided there are no exceptions, ap
prove of them ns read and thus sav
Kelllkoa offered a resolution that tun
riori i. l,itn.rt..,i tn rnrunr.i t in.
Superintendent of Public Works tho
following question; and that the sjUI
Superintendent of Public Works Is
hereby requested to forward answer
to said question within two days:
Question In the session of 1898 an
item amounting to JJOO was set apart
In the appropriation bill for the pur
pose of extending' tho wharf at Kenu
I1011. North Konn, Hawaii; why was tho
work delayed nnd what hns become of
Kunmlao asked that he ho allowed to
Introduco n bill notice of which was
given icsterdav relative to tho adon -
tlon ot a Territorial flair, and nsked
that It be rend by titlo for tho first
time. Passed first reading.
Kekaula Introduced tho following
"Do tt resolved. That tho sum of
(250 be inserted in tho appropriation
bill for the immediate construction of
a warehouse at tho Hoopuloa landing
in South Kona, Hawaii,"
Ummeluth gave notlco of u hill en
titled an Act to amend section 2 of Act
2a ot the Laws ot tho Republic of Ha
waii, Session 1S9G. The object of the
bill Is to provide for compensation for
property condemned for street widening
and which Is not appropriated to such
use before tho 2Gth day of May, 1901.
Dickey moved that Houso bill No.
2 relative to money to repair damages
created by tho late stouu, bo rend for
tho second time. Curried and referred
to committee on Public Lands and
On motion ot Robertson, Houso bill
No. 3 relating to Jurisdiction of Cir
cuit Judges l.i puMdlanshlp inses pass
ed to second reading. Reading ot this
bill for third time was set for Friday
Ilmmeliith moved that House 11)11
No. 4, relating to suppression of bu
bonlc plague bo referred to special com
mlttee with Instructions to report to
this House, their finding and recom
mendatlnus thereon; that said commlt
teo bo and Is hereby directed to bring
In a companion bill providing for tho
payment of all claims Immediately af
ter tho Bamo shall bo determined under
tho piovislous of Houso Dill No. 4.
Kmnieluth stated that a year ago the
fire in Chinatown took place, and tho
losers today aro waiting for recompense
for their losses, and expressed surprise
to see the attitude of Makckau on this
measure. Hmnuluth then made cer
tain statements about tho attitude of
Mukckau on tho bill In general but af
terwards took back crituln poitlons of
his statements, but ho una s'ttlsfkd
that Governor Dole, who showed so lit-
tie back boiie at tho time the Flro
Claims Commission should not have a
right to appoint anyone oil that com
mission. Makckau then angrily Jumped to his
feet nnd asked the Speaker that Km
mcluth be ruled out of order.
Ucckley arose and said that House
Dill No. 4 does not satisfy the House
and objected to any companion bill bo
lilg tacked on.
Robertson said that Emmoluth was
right relative to the pament of fire
claims, but the companion bill pro
viding for ways nnd means to pay theso
claims Is a matter of finance. He moved
Hint House bill No. 4 be referred to tho
Committee on Judiciary. This was
Dickey moved that tho rules be sus
pended to permit Robertson to Intro
duco the following:
Resolved, That the Committee on Fi
nance be requested to forthwith take
up the consideration of the matter of
the ways and means of paying claims
referred to In House bill No. 4, and that
tbey submit n bill or bills to provide
such ways and means.
Adjourned to 2 p. m.
Furnished rooms, single or en suite,
very reasonable terms. Orphcum hotel.
nip ji n
HERE WITH COLLECTION
OF EXCELLENT PAINTINGS
Works of Art Will be on View at
the Pacific Hardware Com
William Morris, the noted art dealer
from tho Mainland ot thirty yean'
standing, arrived here In tho steamer
Mariposa and Is stopping at the Hawa
Mr. Morris has brought with him 3
largo and exceedingly valuable collccr
Hon of paintings by eminent artist
both In oil and water colors.
Thero nro nbout one hundred paint
ing! In the entlro collection, whlib are
now being nrranged In the spacious
gallery of the Pacific Hardware Com
pany, Ltd., on the corner of Fort and
Tli arrangement of the paintings Is
being rapidly perfected and, on Satur
day, the lovers of art will be given nn
opportunity of feasting their eyes upnu
as fine a collection of paintings as has
ever been brought to Honolulu.
Prominent In the collection Is nn
"livening on Mount Shasta" by Harry
Rest, 11 talented artist, who has suc
ceeded In bringing out the seictllK'Ut
of night, admirably expressed. whll
the glow mi the mountains is une of
the best ever sirn 011 cauvasi.
In the (ollectton also are some va
line paintings by W. F. Richards, who
Is considered to he ono of tho best liv
ing marine artists of today. Far bis
marine winter scenes he goes to tho
C"M r Cornwall " o Uiunnrl,
wue his summers aro spent at New-
port, Rhode Island, where ho has a stu
dio erected directly over tho sea. Ills
famous painting "Scenes on JcrFcy
Coast" Is hung In the Cochrane Art
Oallery at Washington, while eleven of
his pntntlngs occupy n special niche in
the Metropolitan Museum ot AH. Hi
In the Morris collecting Is r,m
crayon work executed by Iteya, a most
eminent landscape artist, who died
about flvo years ago,
Mary Illnkson, who Is well known
among nrt connoisseurs, has 011 ex
hibition n triptych composed ot an Irish
setter, teal ducks and California quail
mid set In a handsome hand curved oak
"A Calm Day." n wonderfully real
istic marine painting by Nell Mitchell
Is also (i part ot the collection. Tho
marine work of Mr. Mitchell can he
tound among many private collections,
and Is always considered good.
Thoso aro comparatively a few of tho
noted paintings which will ho on exhi
bition, and It can bo readily understood
that In order to fullv appreciate tho
scopo and valuo of tho collection. It will
bo necessary to tako time tc go and
In preparing this exhibit, great cars
has been oxerclsed by Mr. Morris, and
he himself considers tlili collci-tlun su
perior In many rcspoots to exhibits
mado elsewhere. Sir Morris lmd the
arranging ot all tho paintings In the
palatial residences of Minsii, Hopkins.
Crocker and Stanton! Att (Inllcilcs In
Nob Hill lu San Franclsm
Thoso wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, now rlgi, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call ut
the Territory Stables. Their telephono
number Is Main 35. Thoy deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu
nnii, opposite Chaplain Lane.
HIP T CASE OF I
Took Sand From Beach
T. McCANTS STEWART
RECEIVER FOR MAUNALEI
Injunction Against Hawaiian Commer
cial & Sugar Company Dissolved
Haskell Tried for Larceny in
John II. Wilson, who on complaint
of Attorney Oencral Dole was cited to
appear in tho Circuit Court this morn,-
Ing for contempt In Ignoring an Id
Junction against himself ana Her Maj
esty l.llluoknlnnl, will have a hearing:
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. Tho
complaint ot the Attorney flencrnl
sets forth that, contrary to the re
straining order, Wilson was found by
High Sheriff Drown hauling sand from
tuo Wnlklkl beach. In tho contempt
proceedings tomorrow morning tho
merits of the wholo enso will be ar
gued. A. A. Wilder will represent
Wilson nnd the ex-Queen, and Attor
ney General Dolo the Territory.
Judge Humphreys made a decision
this morning In thu case of tne Wnl
luku Sugar Company vs. the Hawaiian
Commercial and Sugar Company, dis
solving tho temporary injunction
against tho defendant and nllowlng
tho defendant ten days in which to
complete, Its answer or demurrer to
In Kcont Ahu Puuke vs. Lot K. C
Lnno, answer was filed today by de
fendant, through his nttorney, T. Mc-
Cnnts Stewart, denying tho truth of
the facts alleged tn plaintiff's netftlon.
An order was s gned by Judge Hum
phreys tn equity yesterday afternoon;
in the suit ot Gear, Lansing & Co. vs.
thq Maunalel Sugar Company, ap
pointing T. McCants SUwart receiver
ot nil of defendant's personal and real
property. Ills bond is Oxcd at fi0,000.
The plaintiffs claim an equitable
lien on the growing sugar 'cano and
pinutatlon equipment ot tho Maunalel '
Sugar Company on account of ad- .
vances made of about $40,000. It is
alleged also that numerous actions!
and suits nro nbout to he brought
ngnlnst tho lompany by other credit-
ors. and thnt n recclycr is required '
to prevent tlm property from being In
equitably divided and .sold for less
than actual value. Attorney tor plain-
tut Is Geo. A. Davis.
Tho case of tho Territory vs. F. G. '
Haskell, charged with larceny In tho
second degreo, was called' up this
morning . Tho Jurors drawn In thq
case wero D. I.. Conkllng, Charles
Ramsay, Jas. W. Lloyd, Jas. IS. Vea
gcr, Albert llond, A. A. Montana, l
It, Holm, James llriihn, P. Llshman,
James Volkner, J. Spencer and, C. R.
Tho prosecuting witness Is Ah Lo- , ,
ong, n Chinese merchant on King St,
wlio claimed thnt on October 25 Has- -kell
took two bits w6rtb of cigars
from his store without paying for
was defended by W.
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