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HONOLULU. TEltaftTORy OP HAWAII. THURSDAY, JUNE 20 1001.
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II SMITH IS .
Jeels His Relations With
' Local Officers Are
PLANStON TANjiLUS V$ '
DEVISED BY HIMSELF
Had Approval of Governor Dole and
Were-Not Criticised by Comflus-
sioner Wray Taylor in ,
Jared Smith was seen at his ofllce
this morning by a Bulletin reporter and
dsked to clear up the atmosphere re
carding his alms and motives In Hono-
lulu. He 8mlled'ln a puzzled manner
and proceeded to say: "In the first
placo, the papers aro mistaken when
they attribute my work on Tantalus
as proceeding along lines decided upon
In Washington. 1 am, of course, re
sponsible to Washington, but tho plan
of my work hero Is upon my own re
sponsibility. It I make mistakes, I will
bear the brunt of them. I selected the
heights' ot Tantalus as the best place
for prosecuting experiments in hortl-
culture and am quite certain I have
made no mistake.
"AVhpn I arrived in Honolulu I nrc-
son ted my letters of Introduction to'
Governor Dole. In- conference with
him, I laid oil my plans before him arid
received hU endorsement. From him,
I was given to" understand that the
cntlvo tract of Kewalo-uka, comprising
about 220 acres, including the marine
and naval hospital reserves would be
turned over to the Unlte'd- States". At
no time In my 'conferences with Oov
crnor Dole or with Commissioner Wray
.Taylor, did I have tho-wisdom of my
plans questioned. Mr. Taylor accom
panied me over the ground and saw
tho maps showing my proposed plans.
He ottered no suggestions or criticisms.
I have talked more, or les freely with
many people about my plans and I do
not remember that any-one found fault
."Mv relations with Governor .Dols
weru especially cordial and'l Qa not
want to miss this opportunity of say
ing that I have the highest regard .for
him, his judgment and. his good work
done in these Islands. I have a "great
admiration for htm personally and in
sure that there was a perfect under
standing betwoon-us.' He approved' of
the clearing jvhlch I proposed and be
gan on the Punchbowl slope. ' Slnos
this part of tho tract has been reserved
to tho Terrltojy by tho proclamation of
Acting Oovernor Cooper, I have dis
continued clearing and the Territory
hos assumed the $200 expense already
Incurred at this point.
"I will sav recardlmr the action ot
Acting Governor, Cooper .infeservlng
yio 52-acro tract on runcnoowi siope,
that I have no fault to find In the mat
ter. The Acting Governor has'Ueen very,
fair in his presentation of his side of
the case. He has said that lf-Secretary
Wilson insists that the tract is neces
sary for the use of the Experiment Sta
tion, that it will be made 6ver. I
must admit that the Punchbowl slope
quite steep and .rather poor land for
our purpose, but I could utilize It. I
have forwarded tho facts In the case
to. Secretary yilson. Y
"Should the Territory transform this
tract Jnto ,a park It would "certainly
be. a good, thing, but asl understand
it; there Is nothing to prevent' a new
administration from allotting the tract
to settlers. ,
"Secretary 'Long of tho Navy h'.s
given mo permission to use the'.20
acre tract set aside for a naval hospl
tal. Secretary Gage refuses the use'Of
tho sevon-acre tract reserved for a. ma
rlne hospital'. He expects to build upon
this parrel after appropriation1 Is mado
at tho next session of Congress:
"To raise tho cry. of vandalism ot
this stage looks like another case yf
Shutting tho barn door after the horso
jut above Wyllle St.
FOR A'.E ON
Boretania, King, Prospect,
Anapuni and other Streets
A neat little .Cottage on
li Btolen. rhave'beensomswhat busy
since I came to Honolulu and hive not
had time to interview .everybody on
what they considered waa .the wisest
plan tot) mo'fo follow. 1 have nb fault
to And wlthtthe a'dlu'stmenf of matters
as made wjtt) the Acting Oovcrnor."
RECONSIDER; THE 8BNTENCE.
Walluku, Juno 19. Tomorrow, Tues
day, 'Judge Kama, will heir motion of
Oeo. Hons to rpobhsldertb life sen
tence passed:by the' judge" on Frederick
Wood on 'the 8th. Inst. It U likely .that
Judge Kalua will reduce, the sentence,
to imprisonment tor a numoer ot years.
Lewis and Turk vs. the Sailors'
(Union, drew a large audience Into
Judge Wilcox's court this morning.
All the seats .were filled with specta
tors Interested one way or the other In
the result of the assault and battery
charge lodged against Christiansen by
Oscar Lewis. The cote, tried this
morning was the result of the attempt
by Christiansen to "do up" Lewis and
Turk on Tuesday morning. Judge Wil
cox listened to all the testimony nnd,
after argument by defense and prosecu
tion, fined defendant $50 and costs.
Lewis was, the first witness. He tes.
tilled In his own behalf and his version
ot the 'attack upon' him was like the
account ot a prize fight.. 1 1 la 'assailant
had swung on him, he had duckedand
side steppei. Kidney blows and upper
cuts and 'smashes were exchanged,
Judge Wilcox, who acknowledged that
In ring tactics, his early education had
been neglected, called upon Lon Ag
now, who was present to Interpret.
The court acknowledged that tho only
."smash'.' he knew about was a "lemon
squash" which, when tecclyed In the
neck,, was cooling and. acted well as a
thirst quencher. Finally, It was all
straightened out' and' Lewis stepped
down to glvo way to bis partner, Turk,
whose testimony was substantially the
same as his partner's.
Then the witnesses lor -the defense
were 'put on. Their stories were not
well told and there wore several dis
crepancies In them. The Union, agent,
Baughs, did. not knbw anything ot the
fight so he did not count. . The testi
mony ot Brown for the defense was
entirely broken down by the prosecu
tion and later on In the trial, his tes
timony was Impeached by the. defen
dant. Waughouse, a stevedore,- testi
fied to the strained relations existing
between .the Sailors' Union and Lewis
and Turk, the' shipping men, telling
how members of the union had no
aloha for the masters as tbey t,
taking the bread and butter but of the
mouths of the Union men, by getting
non-union men work on ships. .
Judge Wilcox,- In sentencing Chris
tiansen,' told him (Aat fighting was riot
going to settle tho trbuble between the
shipping masters and the Union and
that,vn his opinion, Christiansen was
guilty. On the dental of the judge.'s
statement by the defendant, the Court
told him to Hold his peace or he would
send htm below to think over things.
Tho Court further stated that It. Lewis
and Turk did. wrong rid were, brought
herore mm, tney wouia do punisnea
This, time. Ihowcver, he thought Chris
tiansen was gilllty and he would fine
him $50 nnd costs. Attorney A. O. M,
Robertson, for the defendant, will Lap
peal the easel. ? ' '.
This afternoon, the cases of six
others accused with Christiansen ot
assault on Turk and Lewis, will be
tried. , , . - i-
I'revlous'to the sailor case, the 'as
sault and battery case ot Byrne against
Holt was tried. Byrne, tho assailant,
pleaded guilty and was fined $25 and
costs. The judge stated that, in his
onlnlnn. the 11th' of fine should be
wiped oft the calendar as on that day
ni-nntn hnrn worn In the habit of dolnir
reach other up financially and after
wards trying to "do" each other physi
cally. The practice was not a good ono
and should be discouraged.
' AN ADVERTISER LIB."
The followlng'appeared In, tho Adver
tiser this morning:
"Tho Republican party oxecutlvo
committee Is awaiting a reply to Its
letter to Harold M. Sowall, Republican
National Committeeman: for 'Hawaii,
Iti which they requested him to, resign
Jils fofflce,' In fn'vor, of jaome ono else,
tho choice lying betwoeii Cecil Brown
and Samuel Parker. Tho letter was
forwarded In accordance with tho reSo;-
lutlon submitted by T. McCants Stew-
When T. McCants Stewart was ques
tloncd regarding the statement made
In the .Item, he said: "There Is not a
wonl ot truth In It."
, In tho report of Mr. Crabbe on the
Fire Department at y&terday's'-iesslon
of ihe Senate, which Is to be found rin
another page, the following- Itqms are.
Incorrectly given and are hcro'coircrt
Fire Alarm System, 100 Boxes, dis
tributed throughout the city, $20,000.
Establishment of H030 Company fqr
Walklkl. $12,050. (This amount lit'-
eludes building' nnd pay roll; ils
KEL1INOI GOING ABOARD.
Walluku, June 10. Mr. andMrs.
Samuel Kelllnol Intend to leavo for
the States during the latter part.ot this
month-.' They will be abbent about six
weeks and will take In the Pan-American
bouse -THE OF
The Finance Committee
- Would Biiy a Boat '
x for Molokai.
, s iff, . , . , y
LWUUS HAS UKAYt UUUtUS g
.' AS TO COMMITTEE'S SANITY
Many Items Passed by the House-
Makekau Introduces another Ap'pro-
priation Bill for the Present
Session-Much Talk in House.
Tho House delved Into marine mat
ters this morning, with an accuracy
that would have' mado an old sea cap
tain turn, green with envy.
The Committee on Finance had In
serted aa-ltem of $35,000 for a steamer
to run 1b Molokai. ."Did the commit
tee recommend this?" Hoogs askedas
tho appropriation was read.1 "'Ves,"
answered Emmelluth. "Then I move
that the committee be examined by a
lunacy commission," replied Hoogs,
"to look "after their (unity.."
Makekau wanted Honolulu to pay for
the steamer as Hawaii was to get no
good out of It.
"My reasons for-Introducing this
Item drq these,"' tafd Enimelutn. "A
common carrier should never be used
for tho leper-service. ..Then .too. tho
cost Is too great for the service render
ed, the govcrnmcnt,losli)g large sums
every month through" the"carolessness
and negligence of,, tho steamer, hands.
The company always refuses to, stand
for, any freight or cattle lost while In
their charge.' With a gdvernment ves
sel, all this would be changed and the
service would suit therauthorltles and
not the Wilder Steamship Company as
It 'does at present."
"Mr. Speaker," replied Hoogs, '"I
cguld talk on this subjeeffor a week,
but as It Is near lunch time I will only
defer the brethren for a few days. I
object tq this Item because I don't be
lieve that the government has, any
right to go Jnto the steamboat business.
They are In It now, and losing about
$900 to.JUOO a month at It I mov
that the Item be stricken out."
Prendcrgast stated that it was so
rough at Kalaupapa that tho Lchua of
ten made three trips up there before
being able to land tho freight By that
time the palal was not fit to eat Pol,
when fresh, was all right, but even
Hoogs would buck at 'eating pot three
-weeks old. .A recess cut off .further
debate on the Hem..
Makekau said that ho Intended to In
troduce another bill to defray tho ex
penses of the present session.
Emmeluth wanted the Finance Com
mittee to revise the bill, but Makekau
refused and scat In his notice.
Makekau made a vcibal report for
the committee In charge ot. Knwal
hoi's resolution relative to the passen
gers who were refused passage In the
steamer Lchua. He rtatedrtbat the
committee bad .'searched j -la' vain for
the, president of tho Wilder Steamship
Co., but .that ho had always eluded
them with studied' rare. Tbey, had
found '"out nothing In regard to the
Lebua and desired to". bo discharged
wlth'Bjivote of thanks. Their request
Mauf became particularly urgent In
Its demands 'for money: Kawalboa
wanted $46,550 for road Improvements.
Bcckley -desired $3000 for Maul wharf
age, and Hlblo asked for $10,000 for
more road Improvements. All ot the
resolutions were referred to tho Com
mittee on Maul, Molokai, Lanal and
Makekau "moved to, reconsider (ho
Item tor Land Commissioner's Inciden
tals and to ralso.lt from $1500 to $5250,
He stated that tho Land Commissioner
had told him that $1500 was Insufficient
to- carry on the work of the depart
ment. The government lands bad to
be transferred to the United States
which would cost, quite a sum.
Ueckley was not satisfied with tho
reasons given and moved that the Item
be referred to a special committee. His
motion carried, "
f Makekau' moved that un Item of $70t)0
be Insertodtor prcllmrhary trails. Em
meluth said that' tho natives -would
learn a little politics In the,,noxt two
years, and moved to refer the' Item to
the same" special committee In charge
Makekau said that the same period
of time could be spent In educating tho
vhltes.to soma advantage. Emme
luth's motto Anally passed.
The committee recommended that
tho general expense of the Board ot
Health' be raised from $10,000 to $13,-
Prciidergas asked the causo for the
raise, and Emmeluth hastened to satis
fy him. ' Ho said that the Board of
Health know raoro about Its own re
quirements than ho did, and that their
reports had been Incorporated, In tho
bill. The Item was passed.
A sum o $2000 was Inserted 'for dis
infectants And vaccine. The Item for.
the InsanrI Asylum passed, at $34,000
A sum of nOO.OOO was appropriated for
the ScgrcgAtlon of Lepers. Emmclutlt
explained (hat some, of the rations for
the lepers wore Included In the Item of
$J6,000-for Kalaupapa Store. -Mpss-man
wished to cut the amount to $25,-'
000. .Monsarrat said that when annex
ation came, everyone expected to pick
the good things oft the trees, but now
clothes, etc., were higher than ever,
He moved to let the Item go In at 143,
Emmeluth moved to have Monsar
rat's statement spread on the record.
Monsarrat seconded the motion The
Item passed at $13,000.
An Item jot (2000 was Inserted for
postage stamps for the lepers.
At 12 noon, the Home look a recess
until 1:30 o'clock.
Honey Producers to
Become a Corporation
The Sandwich Island Hone?" Com
pany. Limited will nle Incorporation
papers with the Treasurer In a few.
days. The Incorporators are Oswald
St. John Gilbert, I.ec St. John Gilbert,
A. C. Dosett W. II. lMIn nnd W. W.
McGtlbcrt. These persons will hold
the offices of president, vice president,
auditor, treasurer, and secretary, re
The capital stock of the Incorpora
tion will be $00,000. it absorbs the
partnership" business, hitherto con
ducted under the nanrc of the Sand
wich Island Honey Co. The principal
place ot business -will continue to he
at Honolulu. The concern Is the larg
est honey producer In tho Islands, hav
ing extensive apiaries nl Wnlanae and
other points on this Island. Besides
the honoy business, the concern will
mgage In ranching nnd the wood busi
For groceries ring up Bluo 911.
THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
In tho Executive Council today
Messrs. Uallantyne nnd Thurston were
present to confer on matters regarding
th.o Rapid Transit Company. Tlicso
geiftlemen "offering no objections per
mission was given the Trnmwnys Com
pany -to move the switch on King
street near the palaco to a point near
Fort street. -A request was made by
the Rapid Transit people for permis
sion to put In a double track on Hotel
street Ewa of Xuuanu sticct. The mat
ter was refcrtcd to Marst'on Campb.dl
J. II. Boyd read a letter from the
Board ot Health, containing recommen
dations as to the management of that
part ot Camp Kallhl turned over to
Dr. Cofer for Federaluse. "
Mr:. Boyd nlsb read a' report of the
situation at 'the sewer outfall. There
are'yet 1000 feet'"of this sewer to be
laid, which will cost $20000. The mat
ter of securing funds to complete thn
work was left to Mr. Boyd.
An application was received from
Hackfeld. & Co., asking permission to
use a portion of the Channel, wharf
for the purpose of detaining Immi
grant's after their release from Quaran
tine Island. This permission was
granted, they to havo possession on
sufferance nnd to fit up wharf at their
own expense without, promise of com
pensation, i A r
E. S. Boyd read applications from
G. Knlhenul and Senator Russel to
take lands at Olaa under the Settlement
Association laws.i Senator Russel rep
resents about twenty prospective Im
migrants fromMtussla. Tho petitions
were allowed. i"
Honolulu, June 17, 1001.
acnr' Lansing & Cd., General Agents
i for Greenwich Insuranco Company.
Dear-Sirs: By today's mall ex' S. "S.
Zealandla I received the, $2000, amount
of your- policy on Mr. II. Myhro's
house, and furniture which was de
stroyed by fire on the Oth of May last.
Allow me to express my satisfaction
and to compliment your company on
tho dispatch with which this matter
has been settled.
Yours very truly.
W. F. ALLEN.
(OT IWE1 Yio
Walluku, Juno 18. Klshlmoto Yashl
puko, tho Japanese who stabbed und
killed his wlte at Lahalna last, May,
pleaded guilty to tho chargo of murder
In the second degree before Judgo Ka
lua of the Second Circuit Court, dt
Wnlluku, last Saturday, and .was sen
tenced at 8 o'clock this ovcnlng to ho
Imprisoned at hard labor for a term of
twenty years. Klshlmoto was uerenuea
bv Attorney Jns. L. Cnko who was
assigned by tho court for that purpose,
The defendant, previous to passing of
the sentenco, made a long statement of
his side of the story to tho judge, wuo
must have been Impressed by his words
and hencohc minimum ientenco of
twenty years Instead of life Imprison
JARED SMITH'S A08I3TANT.
Jared Smith has recommended the
nnnolntment of T. F. Scdgewlck as as-
slstant director of the Hawaii Agricul
tural Experiment Station. Mr. Scdge
wlck has madlf a good reputation ns
inutrnrtnr In nzr culture In the iui
mehumeha School for Hoys. Ho will
leave Juno 25 for the oast, returning
In a fow weeks,
Tho steamer Gaelic from San Fran
cisco may possibly arrlvo this after
noon. She will havo five days later
news nnd mall.
th Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
month, . id f laUdifc&tifttM&J'Jlfl
Nearly $140,000 Added
Bill Today, v f
EACH SENATOR WITH
A LIST OF, MS. OWN
Roads, Bridges, Wharves and Break
waters Faithfully Looked After
. -An Adjournment Until
The Senate began Its morning ses
sion today by inserting new items hi
the Appropriation bill to tho extent of
$139,800 and the question '.3 liclna; nsi:
ed on all hands: "Where Is the money
coming from?" This did not worry
the Senators today, Each onojiad tho
interests of his partlculnr dlitrlct at
heart and did not hesitate ,for ono
minute to ask for appropriations which
are deemed necessary. Since each ono
desired to Insert Items of. Ills cnu n.t
turallyh'e supported thnltcm of tho
with tho exception of a few cases.
After the prcllmlnarles'had been dis
posed of In the Scnato today, Mr,
Crabeb Introduced the following resolu
tion: . . :
He It resolved by the Scnato llat the
amount ot $10,000 be Inserted lit th
Appropriation bill for tin' extension of
Kuaklnl street from Nuuuna nvenue to
Punchbowl street. '
Mr. "fl.- Brown moved that, according
to the'terms of the rcsolutlontro fol
lowing item be Inserted In the Appro
priation bill: Extension of Kuaklnl
street, from Niiuanu to Punchbowl
street, $U),000. Seconded by Mr. Kalau
okalanl and carried. The following
Items were then Inserted In tho An
proprlatlon bill: , '
Road Kamall! to Kftlapana, $12,000:
Road, Keahualono to Huehue, gSOOO;
Road, Honolll to Papalkou, $2i.004;
Road, Kalihlwal to Boundary ct J(a
walhau, $6000; Roads, Molokai, $I00;
Road, Olaa. Hawaii. M0:.Boad,-Kallhl-wai
to Kiklula, $2000; Road.'Klkluto
to Hacna, $3000; Road, Kaohe to Mo-lona-kal,
$3000;' Road, Honokawnl to
HonoVohau, $5000; Repair Punchbowl
Road, $3000; Rcrialr Road West Side
Kaplolanl Park, $500; Ko?d, Eltole 10
Pollhale, $5000; Road, Koloa to Elecle,
$2500; Road, Kaboaea to Lawal, $1200;
Steel Wharf. Wahlawa, $4500; Bridge
Honokohau, $1200; Electric Lighting,
Hllo (Extra) $2000;. Road , Llltlia
Street to Kunawal, $5001 Road, Kahuku
to Honomallno. $10,000: iBreakwnter,
Watmea (Knu'al), $8000; Road, Hono
kohau to Walhee, $7000; Road front
Volcano House to Punaluu, $15,000.
Mr.iWhlto tried to, get In nn Item of
Electric Xlgbts but falling, became a
bit a,ngrjf audi accused Mr. Kalauok;.
lanl of first seconding h)s motion nnd
then voting against It. - Kalauoka
lant denied the allegation and hot
words were passed, back and forth" until
tho chair called the Senators to ordct.
At 11:30 o'clock, the Senate'adjourn-
ed until 10 a. m. Friday., -
PLUMBERS STRIKE STILL ON.
A delegation of the striking plumb
crs, headed by Mr. lieeu. caucu at mo
Bulletin .ofllce ithls morning to' state
that tho. reports that they had gone
back to work-at theold, scale, of $3 per
day was Incorrect. The boys say they
are still out for $6 per day. They also
say that but one boss plumber in th
city Is paying the $C scale.
The Association if Journeymen
Plumbers Is planning todo work direct
with the public and are In a posttlqn to
offer estimates Independent ot tho
bosses, so they claim.
QUEEN IN IIIGHBR COURT.
In the -Supreme; Court this morning
tho case of Manuel Gouvela vs Naka
mtiru, was submitted on briefs.
' This afternoon the rase of the Ter
ritory vs. Her Majesty Lilluoknlanl
will 1(0 taken tip.
Zenlundla HnlU Saturday.
The Q. S. S. ZealandlawIU sail tor
San Francisco at 4 o'clock Saturday
afternoon. Everythlng'has been put
In excellent shape and the Zealandla la
now ready for both passengers and
1 THE PLYING JORDANS.
Mr, Mooser, the "mnn In advonco"
for the Flying Jordan Company was,
busied yesterday Jn procuring a pole
of sufficient height and strength for the
freo exhibition by Seabury tho high
diver. Track of a mast, ninety feet
high, possessing all the necessary,
qualifications, has been found nnd the
mast will bo stepped outslda the drill
shed grounds tomorrow.. Seabury, bo
sides his phenomenal dive, swims tast
er and longer than the ordinary profes
sional and It Is possible that a match
between Dan Ranenr or somo local
champion and tho visitor may ha an
Item of tho Fourth of July program.
Tho entertnlnmont offered by tho Jor
dans Is varied, Including singers danc
ers, a well known sketch team, a. black
face comedian, a fire dancer, a wire
walker and a lady whose unexceptional
figure hajTcreated her specialty of plas
Besides the Jordans' sensational
gymnastics, an artiste of the flyjng
rings Is, billed, A swimming act on tho
stage Is 'a decided novelty, whllo Gor
don, the, trick rider, 'has 0,1 continental
reputation, for the manifold ways In
which, he can dispense with the parts
of a bicycle that are usually regarded
The box seat sale opened thli morn
ing, at Wall, 'Nichols, and the comptaia
plan'-will1 be' ready tor reservation un
In Judge Gear's court the old eject
ment suit of T. It. Mossman vs. II. R.
Macfarlano went to trial this morn
ing, Jury waived.
In the suit of Annn Gertz vs. J. A.
Magoon nnd John A. Buckley, Judge
Gear sustained the demurrer of as til
John A. Buckley and dismissed' the'
suit. Decision ns to J. A. Magflon's
demurrer was deferred until tomorr
In the cases of Tuck Yuen & Co. vs.
Alliance Assurance Co. nnd Orcenwlch
Insurance Co., the demurrer of defen
dants was sustained 'by Judge Gear
and two days given for plaintiff to file
In tho suit of M. O. Sllvn vs. J. A.
Magoon, administrator of the estate of
Antone Fernandez, demurrer was over
ruled and defendant's answer of gen
eral denial filed.
By his attorney, Thomns Fitch. An
tonio de Agua de Pallos of Walalua,
lias filed a petition for the revocation ,
of letters of administration Issued J.
A. M. Osorlo In tho estate of J. A. De
SUva, and an order appointing a new
Judge Gear has Issued an order re
quiring Osorlo to appear June 28, and
show cause why the petition should not
The petitioner claims that the de
ceased aOhls death had' a wife, Antonla
da SUva, who then still lives- at
Georgetown, British Guiana and that
she did not learn ot her husband's
death until last March; 'that deceased -left
no Issue or heirs of any degree and
no kindred hut his widow.
The petition recites the fact that Oso
rlo's appointment as administrator by
Judge Humphreys, upon the petition, t
or consul a. ue sousa canavarro, wno .
claimed to be the friend of deceased '
and who stated that deceased had
brntfars an dststcrs living In Portugal.
The petitioner states that as soin a
tho widow heard of her husband's
death she executed and forwarded to
petitioner her power fti attorney. '
The petitioner alleges, also that the
description and Inventory of the prop
erty of the deceased Is not complete.
A complete Inventory of the cstato Is
set out. .
,.1'he petitioner stntcs' further that J.
X. M. Osorlo with Intent to cheat nnd
defraud the estate, falsely -represented
In nn Inventory filed on January 12,
1001, that tho value of the pmonal
estate was $75, whereas on Information
and belief, he sold the same, for $.'00.
It Is also alleged that Osorlo sold,
without authority or order of court, r.
leasehold for $2000 'which was describ
ed In the Inventory ns "Leasehold,
Punchbowl slopes nnd three small
buildings, valued. at $1000." The peti
tion alleges that no report ot this trans
action wasmado and that tho ndmlnls
trator kept tho proceeds thereof for
his own use. Tho petition Is accom
panied by copies of all the papers,
deeds and affidavits" referred to. . ,
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