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HONOLULU. TKHR1T0HY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. MAH01I 0. 1001.
tlpiss.iulitirts.p!Bi mm - r
Puiob 5 Obntb. ", . s "
Senator Kaohi Seeks to
Introduce Such a
GOVERNOR DOLE REPLIES
TO SENATE RESOLUTION
Appointments Will be Submitted in
Dae ' Time Minority
Pleads Long for
The Senate convened at the regular
time this forenoon. The Drat business
was the report ot the mlnbrlty of tlio
Judiciary Committee by Mr. C. Brown
which was as follows:
The minority of the Judiciary Coin
mlttee herewith submits for the con
sideration of this Honorable b6dy an
Act authorizing the Issuing of bonds
of the Territory, nnd defining the pur
poses to which the money obtained
therefrom shall be expended. This
Act finishes, so far us the minority Is
concerned, the duty Imposed upon It
when the estimates submitted by the
Goernor were referred to the. Judi
ciary Committee, to submit with the
necessary bills. """
The report was laid on the table
until such time as the majority Of thn
committee shall see fit to present Its
report. The title of the Act subralttel
with the minority report Is as follows:
An Act authorizing the Treasurer
during the ensuing biennial period,
with the consent of the Governor, to
Issue bonds of the Territory of Ha
waii, with Interest coupons attached,
to an amount to exceed 11,916,600, and
to define the purposes for which the
money obtained therefrom shall bo or
I'pder suspension of rules, Senator
Knlauoknlanl reported for the Print'
Ing Committee to the effect that Sen
ate Hills Nos. 1, 2, 2t and 25 had been
Mr. Kaohi gave notice of his Inten
tion to Introduce a bill doing away
with the appropriation for tlio Haw.i
Han band but withdrew this no'.lcu
when It was pointed out by Mr. Achl
that there was no necessity for such a
bill. The Item could be stricken out
when the appropriation bill was taken
up for consideration If dt was so de
cided. Senatoi Krmnhn gave notice of Ills
Intention to Introduce tlio following
1. An Act for n Territorial noai.l
Ing School for the Territory of Han all
which shall be Known by the name of
I.ahalualuna Semlnni) at the same
plate, and to appoint a board of trus
tees fol the government of Lithalnnluna
Seminary, and to determine the powers
nnd duties of such board of trustees.
2. An Act relating to licensed pb) el
clans. 3. An Act to provldo for a High
School and n conscrvntoiy of mus'u
under the Department of Public In
stiuctlon, in Hllo, Island of Hawaii.
Under suspenrlon of rules, Mr.
Crabbe rend the first time Ills "Act to
piohlblt the unlawful wearing of the
badge of the Grand Army of tho Re
public." The bill reads as follows:
Sec. 1, Any person who shall un
lawfully wear the badge by the Nation
al Encampment of the Grand Army of
the Republic as a mark of membership.
In addition to "COLLBGE IIILL8"
suburb, we offer the following city
S'2,500 House and lot, 00x200 at Sea
62,200 6 Room House, Shtle, etc , In
Puuonul. Lot 100100.
$0,000 7 Room House, servants quirters
femerv, etc., IncateJ on Prvspec'
St., commanding a magnificent
$5,800 6 Room House, fine lanal. snln-
dldlv located near Oahu Col'ege.
$9,000 h acre In Killhl. 5 room cottage,
Maple, servants' house, etc., near
Kamehimeha IV Road.
$0,000 7 Room House on Beretanla Ave.
Lot 80 ft. wide runs through to
$4,000 l ot icomoo, Kewalo, containing
$5,000 Acre for subdivision, jut off
$5,000 Lot lloxiwon Keeaumoku St..
near Wilder Ave.
02,750 Choice Lot, 80x175, at head of
Detailed Information will be clven upon
application at our office.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
TLL. MAIN 60.
or who, shall wear the same to obtain
aid or assistance thereby, unless ho
shall be entitled to wear the same un
der the Kules and Regulations of tlM
said Order, shall be guilty of a rati-
demeanor, and on conviction, shall bo
punished by Imprisonment In Jail for a
term not to exceed twenty days, or by
a fine not to exqeejd twenty dolUr.'
or by both.
Sec.2. All fines collected upon any
complaint made under this Act, may be
paid, one-half to the person giving
Information of the offense and the re
mainder shall be paid Into the com
mnn school fund, and the person re
ceiving the. one-half of such flue, as la
former shall be deemed to be a compe
tent witness upon the trial of such ni
Sec. 3. This Act shall take, effect
from and after Its publication.
Under suspension of rules, the fol
lowing communication from Qovcrnor
Dole, relating to the nomination and
appointment of persons to fill offlca.
was read b) the clerk:
President of the Senate,
Territory of Hawaii.
Sir: A certified copy of a resolution
of the Senate, dated March "th, has
been received requesting me to nomln
ato and appoint persons to All alt
officers which 1 am authorized to ap
point by and with the advice and con
sent of the Senate, at the earliest doi-
No appointments have been made to
such otTlces during a session of tho
Senate, but several of such appoint
ments were made previous to the data
when the Organic Act went Into ef
fect. The majority of such offices war
Oiled after the Organic Act went Int-i
effect and when the Senate was not In
Besslon, which appointments will be
submitted In due time to the Senate for
(Signed.) SANFORD B. DOLE.
The communication was accepted
ind placed on die.
The minority of the Senate spoke for
n long time on the House bill appro
priating $45,000 for the expenses of the
Legislature. Mr. Achl moved that the
bill be referred to the Committee on
Public Expenditures on the ground
that the Senate did not know the sura
of money required by the Legislature
to defray Jta expenses. It would be
best for the first Legislature of the
Territory to start out economically It
stead of appropriating such a large
sum of money. The Treasury would
be bankrupt If care was not taken.
Mr. Carter asked among other
things, that If the Legislature was go
ing to start out In such an extrava
gant wny, how coud the various de
partments of the government be ex
pected to practice economy. Mr. C.
Drown warned the members Hint th'y
should have nn ejo to the purse Btrlngs
of the public. A good example would
be set the people If tho Legislature
would only economize.
On motion of Mr. White, the bill
finally passed Us second reading.
At 11:20, the Senate adjourned.
DKATH OF MRS. WALDRON.
Mrs. J. W. Wnldron, wife of Mr.
Wnldron conected with Thco. II, Da-
les & Co.'s grocery department died
this morning at 8-30 after a short Ill
ness. Mrs. Waldron has not been In
robust health for somo time. She
leaves a husband and child to moutn
KING LUNALILO'H WILL.
The Supreme Court today rendered n
decision In tho matter of tho estato
of the late King Lunalllo, by which
the trustees under the will arc allow e J
commissions of 2M; per cent on Item
of 29,000 , as "moneys realized from
securities, Investments and from sales
ot personal property."
Tho Morris collection of beautiful
paintings. .was tluown open to tho pub
lic this afternoon nt the gallery of t'.e
Pacific Hnrdwaro Co., Ltd.
Quite a number of the Bmart set of
Honolulu wero present.
The exhibit as a whole was praised.
Several gems contained In tho collec
tion have alieidy been spoken for.
The exhibition will remain open for
three weeks, and those who do not visit
tho gnllery, will miss a treat.
Mnldki Crusher About Rcmly.
A. I. Young, who Is installing the
rock crushing plants, representing tho
m.iiiiifiicUueis, b.ih that tho Makll.l
crushei will be lendy for operntlons by
March 20. Tho output of this crusher
will bo used to mncndiimlzo Keeau
moku street, which Is already graded,
curbed nnd provided with cement gut
ters. REDUCTION SALE OF
HATS AT IWAKAMl'S,
MDI.LE. DOLOHHS IN pitoaRnfcu
HALL MONDAY nVHNINO.
ill IB A
PLAGE TO II
Large Lots, Good Drain
age Splendid Views
HEALTH AND COMFORT
FLOAT IN THE AIR
Remarkable Demand for Residence
Property in Manoa Valley Fore
casts Successful Auction of
College Hills, the lately plotted resi
dence nddltton to the city of Honolulu,
has been Improved by the grading of
boulevards and streets and the two
hundred and fifty lots comprised la
the area, overlooking lower ilinou
valley, will bo put up at nuclbn March
23. The tract, as nearly all know, be
longs to Oabu College and building
sites are eagerly sought. Somo ot the
more choice locations ate In such de
mand that It U expected tho aucttou
will bo marked by the sharpest blddli.j
ever seen at a' real estate said In 'Hono
lulu. The streets have been laid out
and graded and Kamehnmeha avenue Is
already macadamized and ready for the
Rapid Transit ticks. The college
trustees have practically closed nego
tiations by which the Rapid Transit
people agree to extend tbelr lino up
Manoa road to thn tract.
The line will enter the College Hills
suburb at Kamehameha avenue and op
Oabu avenue, will extend to the other
end. The Transit company will makt
this extension nt a very early date and.
by the ngrement. must run cars rci
P. C. Jones, tieasurcr of the college
has had entlro charge of the develop
ment of the property. The general
plan of the plat nnd the details of the
management have been In his hands.
In the lalng nut of lots, Mr. Jonrj
has followed the natural contour of tho
country giving the best opportunity
for landscape effects, architectural In
dividuality and drainage. Beautiful
slopes, facing the sea. knells commauO
Ing unsurpassed mountain views, are
available for home sites. Tho pure al
of the upper Manoa mountains maker
College Hills the most healthful seen
on the Island. In spite of the slight
ly greater rainfall, as compared with
down town, the air Is much drier and
dampness Is unknown.
The people who aro anxious to pur
chase residence lots on the College
Hills tract, nre families, desirous of
educational advantages of Oahu Col
lege. Tho addition will bo taken up
by the best nnd most desirable people
and tho social ddvantnges will bo no
cordlngly of the highest, Tho prcttltw
homes In Honolulu will be built upnp
As Boon as tho college trustees have
finished pricing the lots, a full list of
the upset prices for the auction will be
published In tho Bulletin,
Water pipes are now being laid
through the streets connecting with tho
government main on Manoa road. A
new pump already built ut the Hono
lulu Iron Works will bo Installed at thu
lleietanlu street station, when an np
prpprlatlon Is available, which will
make the water supply entirely ade
quate. When the Rapid Transit runs
through the tract, no lot will bu moro
than two blocks from tho Hue.
The natural beauties of the Mauiu
valley constitute 900 of the chief values
of this home tract. Seaward, the crust
of Diamond Head Is Been, below tho
mean level of the College Hills addi
tion. In tho dlstnnco the ocean
btretches away before tho mukal slopes.
On tho mountain side, tho beauty and
attractiveness of thn outlook Is as
marked but Is of a totally different
flavor. Tho Manoa mountain wall,
vv 1th Its mottled forests of koa nnd ku
kul trees Is a refreshing and splendid
When tho nir Is stagnunt down tow.i,
there Is ulvvajs a breeze stirring In
In tho upper Manoa valley, beyond
the site of College Hills, many homes
are being built nnd with the advent of
rapid transit, this valley will become
0110 of the most desirable outside resi
dence places In reach.
The College Hills tract Is In the
hnnds of McClelland, 1'ond & Co. and
Castle & Lansdnlo as selling agents.
They have made liberal teruiB and tho
level of prices shows to great advan
tage when compared with the figures
nsked at other locations.
TUESDAY NlfillT'8 PLAY.
Next Tuesday night rioienco Rob
eits will appear In "Onlj tho Muster
Shall Illame" at the Hawaiian Opera
House. This Is one of the prcttlett
short plays ever put on the boards In
San Francisco and was spvclnlly writ
ten for I'lorenco Roberts by Miss Chai
lotte Thompson of that city. It Is
suitable to the popular favorite because
It gives a wide range for the display (.'
her versatility. It was pronounced ft
great hit In San Francisco nnd will
no doubt be received With like enthu
The costumes worn in this bright
piny arp of the richest nnd It Is ex
pected that Florence Roberts will sur
pass her previous achievements In th'.t,
her prettiest role.
MUST II LAW
VERY STRICTLY OBSERVED
Customs Officials Made Responsible f r
the Carrying Out of the Navigation
Laws Under Heavy
The United States Inspector of hulls
nnd boilers, Messrs. Lehners and Whit
ney, having completed their work
here, have left for home. They ilt
paitcd in the Peking this morning
The control of all the Island Vessels
nnd tho conduct of the officers nnd yn
glneers aro now directly under tho
eyo of the collector or customs anil nis
deputies. t ,
It will be their duty to seo that
"no steamer carr Ing passengers shall
depart from any port unless she shall j After considerable discussion In
have In her service a full complement wTilch Emmeluth, Makekau and Dick
of licensed officers and a full crow,ey took a prominent part the report
sufficient nt all times to manage thol was accepted to be considered with tho
vessel, Including the proper number of appropriation bill,
watchmen," Kanlho moved to reconsider Hill No.
The loading of the vessels will also, l to abolish personal taxes.
form part of the duties of tho customs' Makeknu said the report of the Fl
men. and they must seo to It that ves nlulco committee stated jesterday that
sols carrying deck passengers on tho ,. .... .,.. ,, , ,k. .,,
i .i.ii, ...1..11 . c.i.i .. 1,1, 1 the bill properly belonged to the-Joint
muni ui'iii nunii iiv jiiuiiuL-u n,vn
nprmanent ntalrnnvs nnd other sufllcl. I
ent means, convenient to thu passen-
KwiB, iui iuni -3vii m j-iiu ui'ih,-! ni'tiiner irom ivonuin wanieu 10 rvcon
deck In caBe of tho esKot slnklnK ori.i.i,,. un i,ni
In the stowage of freight upon 'such I
deck, where passengers are carried,!
gangways or passages Biidlclently
argo to anow persons to pass rreciy
iiiiuiiKii uii'iu, nuaii uv it'll iiuuu uuui . . i . .1 , .. . i
foro and aft of the vessel, and nlsoiB,r '"scissions on tho part of several
to nnd along tho guarus f.n oach sldo " i ot tho members.
For violation of this article tho own-
ers of the vessel shall be liable to n the discussion
"jK'rpa.sss',, I. car.i " '"', f Y',vro,n-
ricvd Is limited to tho number dinted neikl"1) Introduced tho following
In tho certificate Issued to tlu vessel questions: "Wanted from tho Super
bv tho Inspectors, nnd It is unlawful lnlendtnt of Public Works Information
to take on board n greater number of
hnuDAniriipB vnnn ar ulnt, ,1 n . nn mi.k.
clal ncrmlSHlon Is crint.,1 f. ..xnr.,
slon purponi For n vlolnt'on of the
provisions of this scetlmi of "ir law ,
tho muster or owner of the ww I id.nll
neTtoforfeU t.!;.a.no,m' " ,,7,,
monev nnd $10 for each vr i ncr b I
yond the number allow h!
Nearly -11 the mnsters ..r tlio Isltml nd financial statement as of dato, re
steamers -vlll be aft) io I In- the si c Llril.. ...
Hon of tho law - n i c impoU iIkui to! Kar"'"K Bnmc
kiep a cornet II" of all lucrnigera "Second sewer contract, URo qucs-
rotelved and cVIUoi-'d fiom dav to
uav. noting tlio pu i vviii" rn iv.'ti
nnd whero landed, which record thall
bo onen tn tho In.neo'nn. and nniecrHl
(i ftho customs at nil time Tho
gregato number nf pass imim Hhiill
tio furnished to Impxtnu from time
to time ns railed tit,: Hvciv mini r
who falls to keep .1 list of ptssnigTS
Is llnblo to a penalty of f 100
Tho eollector of customs met clo
to tho mastora of sttniii vosoIh tluen
certified copies of the certlllcitto 'S'
sued by tho Inspectors to their vessel").
aud two of thoso certificates must bejof contractor ami agreements entered
placed In conspicuous places In the Into at the time uf abandoning con-
vessel where they wilt bo most llkoly
ii vessel which hits not tho certificate
so displaced, such steam vessel shall
dollars for each offense.
bo liable to n penalty of ono hundred
unuer llio mw u nil) ucouseti oi
fleer slinll, to tho hindrance of com
moieo, wrongfully or without reason,
icfusc! to sorvo In his nmclal capacity
on tiny steamer as nuthorlzed by tho
terms of his (eitilleate of license, or
friuch ri:rvlco"t tho Umo'T smh
refusal, If tho same nl.nll bo demanded
a stntoment In writing assigning good
and sufficient i caseins therefor, his II
cense shall bo revoked, upon tho snmo
proceedings as aro provided In other
eases or revocation of such licenses.
It Is made olillgatoiy on tho eol
lectin of customs and his doputles to
seo that the navigation laws with ie
spect to stenmers carr) Ing passengers
nro observed, nnd the law expresily
states time "every collector or other
chief officer of tho customs, or Inspect
or who negllgontl) or Intentional!)
omits nny duty regarding tlio Inspec
tion of stonm vessels slinll bo llublo
to removal from olllco nnd to a penult)
of ono hundred dollais for ench of
fense, to bo sued fui In nn action of
Vossels propelled by steam and not
rompl)ing with the provisions of tho
navigation Inws shall ho liable to the
United States In a sum or $1011 for
onch offenso. In caso of Infnimatlon
cnning to tho proof of thu dereliction
of tho vessel tho person suppl)lng thn
llifoiiuntlon Is by law entitled to half
tho lino Imposed
MDI.L1: DOLOURS IN PR0GRC3S
HALL MONDAY HVHNINO.
Positively Disprove the
Washington Trip of
PUBLIC WORKS OFFICE
BOMBARDED WITH lERY
Sewer Contract Serves for Long List of
Questions by Beckley-Questions
About Land Office
The lower House of the Legislature
met this morning at 10 o'clock, and
tho regular order of business for the
day was rolled off by Speaker Aklna,
who Is thorougnly nt home In liT3 du
ties ns presiding officer.
Erameluth for the Flnnncc Commit
teo submitted tho report on the Dow
matter relative to the sum ot 110.25.
This will be considered with the bill,
Makanal for the Commlttco on Pub
lic Lands reported favorably on the
petition asking nn impropriation ot
1250 tor the construction of a ware
bouse nt Hoopuloa, South Konn, Hit-
Knnlho moved to adopt the report.
Dickey moved to have It cnnsldereJ
Wtb the appropriation bill
Committee on Taxation.
Robertson wanted to know why the
Thc tlme rol fn securing 250
for a warehouse had already cost tho
Legislature a sum largely In excess of
the amount nsked for by repeated hot
Makekau commenced to warm up to
,, llg of nKleemcnts. etc., as fol-
!o: Orlglnnl sower contrail spej
flcntlons. call for bids, list of tenders
and amounts, uumo of suiccssful bid
ller8i 11KroPniciit b tween snmo and gov
. " '"" " "
lrceiit status nnd condition of (Tic
work performed under this contract
tlons and Information us In ro original
., ' ,, ., , , ,
"St!W,!r connections, method of rat
us-il"S cst ' connecting house sewers
nnd number of such now connected
with location ot same.
"Outfall sower, specifications, call
for tenders, list of tendera and amounts
lunie of successful bidders, agreement
between siime nnd gov eminent, names
of bondsmen If any, cause, for rclcaso
tract, agreements existing nt this timo
", '' "
financial statement showing amounts
pnld original contractor, also payments
to dato tinder Inter agreements, cstl
i mntes of additional cost ot completing
. nlltfnll , pnllfnpm . Inrm nf nerin.
"Sowcrngo pumping plant, spcclflcn
tins, tonus nnd conditions under which
this has been erected, cost, capacity
1 actual per diem running expend
"Hstlmated cost of running nt full
"Estimated number of house, connec
tions to He mado to tho sewerage B)s
tern. "Completo Information ns to length,
cost, size and capacity of dnilnnge sys
tems and eonnectlons for surface drain-
ngo Including expenditures to date."
Ilcckley then Introduced the follow
ing: Whereas, J, F. Drown, Commis
sioner of Public Lands for this
Tenltory has, for a long tlmo been
absent from his office nnd,
Wherens, It Is currently leporled
tliiough thn press and otherwise
that ho Is in Washington, D. C,
, at tho request and under tho direc
tion of tho Governor, lobb)lng In
Congress for tho iepo.il ot thn'
clause In section SS of the Oiganlc!
Act which provides, 'That no coi
por.itlon, domestic or fortlgn,
shall acqulio and hold real estate
In Hawaii In excess ot ono thou-
sand ncrcsj nnd that all real estate"
acquired or held by such corpora
tion or association contrarj hereto
shall be forfeited nnd escheat to
the United States, but oxlstlnf
vested rights In real estate sbill
J not be Impaired.' nnd,
Wherens, It Is nll-lniporfflnt to
the best Interests ot the people ot
this Tcrrltorv thnt said clause
should not be repealed,
Therefore, Ho It resolved by tho
Houso of Representatives o! tho
Territory of Hawaii, thnt the. com
mittee on Public l.amla In. and
such committee Is hereby In truct
cd to unit upon the (lovernor and
nsccrtnln the whereabouts if the
said J F. llrown. commls loner,
nnd the nature nnd extent, it the
'rlovernor's Instructions to him."
Monsnrrat moved that the Commit
tee on Public Lands be Instructel to
nsk If Mr. J. F. llrown has been In re
ceipt of his salary during bis absence
from this Territory, also who Is pay
ing his expenses. Adopted.
Nallma offered another resolution:
"Resolved, That tho Governor Is
hereby requested to forthwith re
call Mr. J. F. llrown. Agent of
Public I.ands, and the clerk Is
hereby Instructed to forward a
copy of this resolution to tho Gov
ernor of the Territory." Adopted
Monsnrrat offered a resolution chang
ing tho hours of the convening of the
House from 10 a. m. to 9 a. m. Adopt
ed Adjourned to Monday.
Dr. E. S. Chapman's
The Inst opportunity of Honolulusiis
to hear Dr. Chapman, the eloquent
Bpcaker nnd organizer of local Anti-
Saloon League work, will bo given to
morrow; Dr. Chapman returns to his
Held of Inbor In California on the So
noma next Tuesday, He will speak
three times tomorrow: In the evening
the subject will bo "More Precious
Than 8llver or Gold" at the Chrlstlnn
church, nt tho Y. M. 6. A. nt four In
the nfternoon ho will spenk to men on
An Honest Doubter:" In the evening
thero will bo n grand union mass meet
ing nt Central Union church when
Dr. Chapman will tell of "A Golden
Any who have not ns yet heard him
should not fall to do so nt this, bis
last public appearance In Honolulu. He
Is n most forceful nnd magnetic sink
er whoso every word Is marked by
earnest conviction. The work of tho
Anti-Saloon League which ho lias or
ganized here promises to be a power in
tho t (immunity.. Tho League once
stnrted has estnbllshod the reputation
of holding on until Its purposes nie
accomplished ami It has gone In to
maintain that reputation here.
PILTUR CITV WATIilt.
As IciiK nH the rcservol s up Nuiinnu
v.i ' nro used to ii'ipph portions of
U-.' city with water, tlu iie"tslty for
the filtration of that water v.lll leinaln.
ill l.i Is a matter which has been urged
again nnd ugalii, and tho consensus of
opinion among the physlcuu-s of Ho
i ,'Mii (If their opinions were asked)
wtuill be thnt there ore tlmts when
rlt utc of this water Is productive of
tvtri and bowel complilnts This
water comes from small streams nnd
jurfece wntcr, and nny onr who his
been over tho now Pall road In n hrnvy
rnln storm nnd seen the mn'cil.ils
washed fium tlio roads nnd running di
rect!) Into reservoirs would bo con
vinced of the necessity of tho filtration
of thc wntcr of these reservoirs. With
our growing population It Is a matter
thnt should bo taken up at once nnd
somo method of filtration provided -President
FAI.K In this clt), March 8, 1901. tc
the wlfo of C. J, Falk, n son.
If )ou want to bu) a tlrst clnss, gunt
antecd enmern for ono quarter less than
)ou would have to pay for tho same
artlclo In New York city, drop In to
the HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO
and usk to see their reducc.il stock.
C. J. Falk received tho congratula
tions of his fellow brokers this morn
ing on the exrhnngo Ihe arrival ot n
Bon anil heir was the cause for tho con
gratulations. THH WATERMAN IDRAL FOUN
TAIN PUN. All sizes, all shapes. H
Tho Noenu reportB remarkably rough
and rainy weather on Kauai.
MDI.LH. DOLORUS IN PROGRF.SS
HALL MONDAY F.VHNINO.
There aro somo Simple Remedies In
dispensable in nny family Among
these, th e experience of jears nssuics
us should be recorded PA1N-KILLHU
For both Internal and external appli
cations we have found It ot grent v li
ne, especially enn we recommend It for
colds rheumatism, or fresh wounds
mill bruises Christian Hra Avoid sub
stitutes there Is but ono Paln-KIll"!,
I'err) uav is-, price .'&c. mill 60c.
ramus.. !; M;y
Not Required to Give
Bond in Injunc
INTERESTING POINT ON
Testimony Procured by Strategy ""iX t
Not of Necessity Rendered in ,
Competent on That
The motion to dissolve the tempor
al Injunction In tho caso of thc Terri
tory vs. II. M. Lllluokalanl and John '
U, Wilson, was denied by Judga
Huuiphrejs this morning.' The motion
ivns based on the fact that tho Ter
ritory bad filed no bond to Indemnify
defendants In case the Injunction fail
ed. Speaking of tho Territory, "It
would seem," said tho Court, "anomal
ous to require a political subdivision
uf the general government, possessing
the broad powers and enjoying such
attributes of power and dignity to
enter Into nn understanding for c?Jta
or damages in the event that It be enst
tn a suit. The Territory would not be
liable In tort and tho very purposu
of asking a bond in this case Is to suo
tho Territory for Its wrongful art.
In case the court should determine
thut tho Injunction should not bo
During tho trial of Kanoho and Na
hlnu on thc charge ot larceny beforo
Judge Humphreys )estcrday an Inter
esting question In regard to the admis
sibility ot evidence was raised by. At
torney Stewart. It seems that Police
Officer I'llun testified to n certain ad
mission made by the defendant Kanoho
to him.' Upon cTuB-examlnatfuntt
was developed that the witness had ob
tained this admission by trick and de
ception. Attorney Stewart then argued that
the admUslon should bo disregarded,
as the court should not receive nny ovl
dtneo confessedly obtained by trick,
fraud and falsehood. Mr. Stewart's
motion, however, was promptly denied,
tho Court saving- "Tho fact that tho
evidence wus obtained by trick Is no
objection to Its competency, unless tho
circumstances are such as to suggest
an Inference Hint, through fear or uopo,
n false confession may be made. There.
seems to bu no such circumstances
present In this ease 1 he object ot evi
dence Is to get nt the truth, uud a trick
which bus no tendency to produce rn
udmlsslnn, except ono In accordance
with the truth, Is nlvvu)s admissible
Society nnd the criminal uront war and
capture by surprise, or ambush or
masked battery Is as pernilsslblo In
ouo caso as in the other. This lan
guage was used by tho Supreme Court
of PrniiB)lvjnla and was approved in
Jackson's case by tho United Stuteit
Circuit Court of Appeals In 102 Federal
Reporter page 483."
In thc suit for divorce of Ana Kn
haulello vs. Ktllkol, decree was grant
ed to plaintiff this morning.
John S. Walker, executor, of the ci
tato of J. Lazarus, has paid Into court
the bilanee of monies duo tho estate,
which have been Involved In his ap
peal to tho Supreme Court
Kinney, llallou & McClannhan, at
torneys for Corrlne Rartlctt In her suit,
for divorce against Ward S. Uartlett,
have filed n bill of exceptions to tho
decision of Judge Humphreys dismiss
ing tho libel nnd have withdrawn thn
plulutlff's motion to reopen tho caso.
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