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HONOLTtLP. TKBR1TORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. JULY 13 1901.
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AN OLD TIME
HOUSE HAS ONE GAY
TINE OF IT TODAY
Resolutions Referred to Committees
on Shape-Conference Ideas Are
Adopted With Slight
The Haute held nil old time session
this morning:. Oratory galore was
poured out to the listening gallery and
resolutions anil motions to table and
to send to committee and to postpone
until the "next" session were piled up
so fast that the Spenke.- finally left the
choir and like Governor Dole con
signed the mantle of his authority up
on "Acting Speaker" Peckloy.
First tame a communication from
the conference committee asking tint
an Item of $19 be Inserted In the cur
lent expense bill for the relmburso
inent of former Hawaiian Consul Cen
tral Wilder In the matter of money
paid the C. S. Marine Hospital Set
vIpo for treatment of Hawaiian sen
men at San Francisco.
The onference committee nlso want
ed to Insert an item of $20,000 for tho
Victoria Hoipltal for Incurables. This
was to purchase government land ami
the appropriation was simply to cover
some legal point which nobody seem
ed to understand and eevcral nttemptcd
to explain. The result was a .beautiful
tangle and so many motions that when
the matter was Anally disposed of by
a call of ayes and noes on the motion to
put off consideration and adoption of n
amendment by Ileckley to the effe'et
that the horpltal should be fice lint
that no person who had not lived In tho
Territory one year or more should be
ndmltttd unless upon payment, and tho
final adoption of the recommendation
of the conference committee to Inset:
The two resolutions from tho Scnato
were the Achl fire claim memorial in
Congress and the Paris coffee Industry
memorial to tho same body. Cmme
luth had the first refencd to a select
committee., "to be put In pioper
shape and" Dickey did the name ser
vice for the Paris product. So the Act
ing Speaker appointed both of lliosu
gentlemen on the committee and tddid
Mr. Mobsman to make things even.
They will report '.Monday.
The Houfe favored both of tho reso
lutions, but thought that they wcro not
In a form that would ip.-ctvc much at
tention from Congress mil thev dc not
provide for the Goven.or's 'Isunlure,
though both require the Governor to
transmit them. That li. they are "run
current" lesolutlons w-lie-ieas, It It said
the Senate Intended tluni to he "Joint"
lesolutlons. having tl.e effect of law
to a certain extent. Emmeliith re
marked In paslng tin: "It Is as Ron
work as enn be expeeted irom the Sen
ate." The House fln'il'ly idjourned till
M. Campbell Returns
From Hawaii Tour
-vAsalstant Superintendent of Public
rks Marston Campbell returned yes
terday from a tenj days' tour of Inspec
tion on the It-land of 'Hawaii.- His es
pecial mission to the big Island was to
look oer the proposed route and ex
amine the plans of the Kohala-HIln
Uallioad. He did this work very care
fully and Is preparing bis report on the
matter for submission to his supeitor
officer, J. 1J. Boyd. Until ho has so re
ported, Mr. Campbell will not talk
in detail of public works on Hawaii.
In a general way Mr. Campbell says
the roads over there are In need of
attention. Liberal appioprlatlons will
be required to meet the necessities ot
Another -matter upon which Mr.
Campbell's report Is the wharf facili
ties at Hllo. He went Into this subject
thoroughlj and by the middle of next
week will submit his recommenda
tion. Six Cool Bedrooms
THE KESIDl-NCE OP
H. S. T0WNSEND
IN AWNOA VALLCY
IS OFFERED : : : : :
. Partly furnished, for one
or two years at a very
low rate. Ten large
rooms. Suptrb Vie.
Cool. Ten minutes walk
from car line. Fine loca
tion for boarding house.
Call en : , : : ; :
McClellan, Pond & Co.
SULTAN Idt BEAUTY
O New York, July 6. Capt. S. E. O
O Smiley of the 18th Regiment, O
O U. S. A. who returned recently O
O from the Phlllplnes, having O
O been on the staff of Gen. J. C. O
O Dates, said of his visit to the O
O Sultan of Suiu nl his Island O
O capital: O
O "Tho Sultan the day I saw O
O him wore a dress suit without O
O collar or cuffs. For headgear O
O he had a skull cap on the front O
O of which was set nn enormous O
O diamond. He Is a little man with O
O a no more striking personality O
O than Is given him by his cos- O
O tumc. When standing he hardly O
O comes above tho elbow of tho O
O average American." O
ACHI'S FIRE CLAIMS
PLAN IS APPROVED
Senate Clerk Given Thirty Days in
Which to Finish Up Journal '
-Closing Up Session
The Senate met at 10:05 o'clock this
forenoon and, after a session of about
fifteen minutes, adjourned until Mon
day at 10 o'clock.
The following resolution, Introduced
,)jy Mr. J. T. Drown, wag adopted:
Hcsolvcd, That tho clerk of this Sen
ate be and he hereby Is' directed to
furnish to tho Secretary of the Terri
tory, for transmission to Washington
its required by tho Organic Act, five
copies of the Journal of this session,
printed and bound; that when said
Journal Is completed he shall cause to
bo forwarded (prepaid) to their respec
tive addresses tho copies of said jour
nal heretofore provided to bo furnish
ed to the members of the Senate, and
that he bo allowed thirty days after
the expiration of the present session In
which to comply with this resolution
and also to complete all tho work (if
Tho concurrent resolution of Mr.
Achl, relative to the payment of the
fire claims, which appears In another
rolumn, was adopted without discus
sion, and the secretary was Instructed
to forthwith notify tho House of the
action of tho Scnato.
For groceries ring up Dluo 911.
Healani Boys Meet
The smoker and clam bake to take
place at tho Hcalant club house this,
evening promises to he a great success
In every way. To start tho celebration,
the race between the Seniors and
Juniors In the four oared shells, takes
place this afternoon. Tho distance
will be half a mlle,so the event will
be fast and exciting. The start will
be made at the railroad wharf at ."
o'clock. The finish will be at tho
Channel wharf, ..
In tho evening, tho smoker will give
the club uiembeis an opportunity to
show their appreciation of tho work of
tho crews at the late races at Peatl
Hlver. Thcio will bo speeches and
singing, music and dancing, story tell
ing, and clam Julco and pipes to
! The gathering will bo In tho nature
of a ratification meeting In which the
club membeis will give testimony of
their satisfaction oer tho manner In
which the two crews did tho work In
trusted to them on July Itli. A lot of
good talent has promised to help out,
"AMERICA" TOE THERE
Now York, July C William Armor
Gardner of Poston, has chartered his
schooner neht Mayflower to Samuel
C. Davis of St. Louis, Mo. She will
bo used lu these waters during tho In
ternatlonal yacht races.
There will bo several ancient ves
sels present at the cup races, Includ
ing the famous schooner America,
which started tho series of Internation
al races, fifty yeais ago In the race
around the Isle of Wight,
KING COWARD'S CORONATION.
New York, July C Official prepara
tions for tht coronation procession are
already ueing made, says the Trlbuno'a
London correspondent. It Is expected
the routn will bo through tho same
thoroughfares us at Queen Vlctoila's
coronation In June, 183$. Offers run
ning up to several hundred pounds are
already being mado for seats along
tho route It is evident that King Ltd
ward's coronation will eclipse In mag
nificence that of any piovlous sovor
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Oyer Five and One Half
priated. RESULT OF WORK OF
THE JOINT COMMITTEE
Bills Are Now in Hands of Sub
Committee on Enrollment anl
Revision-Report On Mon
Tlic conference cninmlttco was to
have met at 9:30 o'clock this morning
but only a little ovtr a half of the
members ueio present ami so the meet
ing was postponed until 2 o'clock this
t tier noon. Doth tho salaries and cur
icnt receipts bill have been completed
bj the committee and n'l that now re
.nalns Is tho hearing of the report of
.ho sub-committee on inrolluieut and
ielston which Is complied of Senators
Paris (chairman), Kulauokalanl and
Keprenentatlve Makaluai. The totals
In the two bills as adopted by tho
runfrrence lommitteo are as follows:
Salaries Dill Permanent settle
menls, $17,000; ofllce of tho Secretary
nt the Territory of Hawaii. $7800; Ju
diciary Department, $120,020: Depart
ment of the Attorney Oeneral, 47;.
&H; Treasury Department, J13fl,12u;
Department of Public Works, $333,073;
Department of Public Instruction.
JCJ2.2fl2.50: Commission of Public
Lands, $2c;iC0; Commission of Agflcul
ture and Forestry, $27,232; Suncv De
partment. $23,000; Hoard of Health,
$200,533.01; Hand, $30,000, and Audltlns
Grand total of $2,ICS.9S3.U for sal
aries and pay rolls.
Current Kxpense 1)111 OfTlcn of the
Pecretary of tho Territory of Hawaii.
$25,800; Department of Public Works.
$377,750; Sewerage, Honolulu, $1 0.1.
100; Uureau of Water Works, $130.
400; Fire Department, $56,900; Hoad
und bridges, Haw-all, JISC.100; North
Konn, $19,000; South Kona, $28,500
South Hllo, $144,000; North Hllo. $45.
000; Kail, $02,450; Puna, $59,100: Itoads
ond bridges liana (Maul), $R1.;;00; Ma
kawao, $29,100; Walluku $13,100; La
lialna, $42,600; Molokal, $15,000; La
nal. $1000: Roads, and brldees Oahu.
$550,800; Hoails and bridges, Knual.
$32,500; Hanalel. $9100; Kawalhau.
$11,000; Llhiic. $15,000; Koloa, $3700:
Wnlmca, $33,000; road damages, $50,
000; mads, Nllhau, $200; general, $34,
700; Department of Public Instruction,
$199,025; Commission ot Public Lands,
$12,550; Commission of Agriculture
nd Forestry, $7400; Survey Depart
ment, $50,350; Hoard of Health, S19C
108.25; .Military, $20,070; Hand. $10,-.1.-.6;
Auditing Department $4000; Sub
kldy to O. It. & L. Co., $53,200.
Orand total of $3,407,941.91 for cur
The salaries and pay rolls bill and
the current expense hill together foot
up $5,630,925.02. This Is less than tho
Governor's estimates under tho salaries
current expense and loan bill.
ALL GUARDS CHANGED
Uy Wlreloss Telegruph.
Hllo, July 12. No trace of Fujlhara.
All tho guards at tho Jail have been
Dj-puty United States Mnishal Hen
dry ivrested four Chinese .women thU
morning, whose right to remain on
American territory Is doubted by the
authorities. They came from China
on the Doric and give the names. Ah
Qnal, Ah Sam, Lam Yau and Kau
rat a rj ij lu fco Pa Pa P-s Pa Ra tw ra r to p-i Pot rus pi tu na Pa ?a Pa Pa in
KNOX BUSY WITH
Tho action of Acting Governor Cooper In pardoning A, S. Hart-
well, W, A, Kinney nnd S. M, Dnllou who wero sentenced by Judge
Humphreys to thirty days' Imprisonment for contempt ot court, has
been referred by President McKlnlcy to United Statei Attorney
Oenernl Knox, with the direction that he Investigate the matter,
A letter from "10 Whlto Houso came by the Sierra, tearing this
Information. President McKlnlcy was actuated In making this or-
der by a plain recital of the fuels In tho nffalr which vas sent to
him nt tho time. Tho extraordinary Interference of tho Executive
of Hawaii In nardonlng persons In contempt of a coordinate, branch
of tho Government, before tho Shi rift could mak'o n move In the
execution of tho committment older, has awakened renewed luter-
est at tho W'llto Hoiihe lu Hawaiian affairs.
Ily tho samo mall thcro ulsd comes a letter from Picsldent Mc-
Klnlcy himself, saying that tho position of tho Attorney General on
tho legality of land leases of tracts greater tlmn 1000 acres to cor-
porations haa been, referred to United States Attorney General Knox
for Immediate Investigation, Tho
President has acted In tho land matter would Indicate that ho
doubts tho soundness of tho legal conclusions of Attorney Oenernl
Dole, and considers tho plain Intent of tho Oiganlc Act In danger
of subversion nnd defeat. From tho tono of both letters It Is evl-
dent that tho President desires nn early report upon each matter.
O New York, July 0. A woman O
O who with her last breath held 'to O
O the story that she was the eldest O
O daughter of Queen Victoria and O
O the Prince Consort, Is dead ln-O
O this city, having expired In th O
O Oerman hospital, a llctlm ot th O
O heat and of Insufficient nutrl O
O ment, O
O Through tho charity (of n doc O
tor who believed her story Impll- O
O cltly and who learned of her O
O demise, her body will not be O
O burled In potter's Held, lint It O
O will be buried this afternoon In .O
O Calvary cemetery. j f O
O The woman, who was known O
O as Sophia Adelaide, and (Mr. O
O Kent, always insisted that ns an O
O Infant she was taken from her
royal mother and In her place
was substituted the daughter of
Prince Albert by his morganatic
w Ifo, the Countess dc HeussJ- Up
, to the time, It Is said, of her
( coming to America, which wui
I shortly after the death of . ohn
I Drown, the Queen's highland at-
tendant, Sophia Adelaide rcelv-
i ed remittances lu Paris or wlicr-
ever she might be, tliroughj'.br
, Rev. Ward Douvle, of Coles Hill,
I Kngland. When tlieto remit-
lances stopped and she Inquired
Into the cause, she found that
, Mr. Douvle was dead und thence-
! forth her remittances weie Jiald
to her by John Drown himself,
It Is said. ,
I At his denth they ceased alto-
!gether. She mado lueffeij'unl
attempts to obtain a settlement
I and when these failed she cimo
to this country and broughtjout
I a book which It Is said bad been
suppressed In Dnglantl an'd Oer-
many. It contained her conjen-
MRS. LANGE IS CHARGED
WITH ASSAULTING CHILD
Much More Seriou3 Charge May
Follow Protective League Will
Look Into the Woman's
j Mis. Lauge. a woman who has been
1 under tho ees of the police for several
I months appeared lu the Police Court
this morning to answer to a chnrgo ot
'assault and bntteiy oa her daughter
For over n year the woman has been
kuown to have been soliciting tho at
tention of men for hci daughter, and
the has been In this way enabled to
live a life of ease oft tho earnings of
' her child's shnme. Tho girl Is about
; sixteen years of age i'liil appealed In
tlio Police Court this morning to
j prosecute her unnatural mother.
The warrant on which Mrs. Iango
' was arrested was uworn to by tho High
Sheriff. Tho child Is In the custody of
Mrs. Lauge came here about n dozen
years ago from the Colonies. About
two weeks ago she went to the olk
to complain Hint she and her daughter
had been Insulted by a hack driver.
An effort is to be made to have the
caso of tho woman and child looked In
to 'by the Protective League lu an en
deuvor to havu tho mother brought to
n leallzatlou of her position nnd duty
to her offspring.
Chinese Immigration Inspector J. K.
Ddowu has rounded up ten Orientals
who are not entitled to land here. They
are on quarantine Island aim will be
promptness with wlilili
Drilished is a Bower of
Beauty and Festal
CATHOLIC CHAPEL BENEFIT
Flags and Plenty to Eat Are Con
spicuous Attractions Provided
by Ladie3 in
The dflll shed wears finer diess of
Interior decorations today than It has
over worn before on luau occasions.
The preparations made by the ladles lit I
charge of tho benefit for the Catholli I
chapel tit W.-llklkl have been the mo! I
elaborate. Thb gcni-rul arrangement j
Is excellent and the crowds that nt-!
tend the feast this afternoon will 111 i .1 J
no fault with. thoM'tforts that h.iv;
been made to make their reception
The main room has been used for
spreading tho Hnwiill.-iu luau. A large
tent outside rovers ground on which a
dozen tables are spread for the ac
commodation of the foreigners. This
tent Is nicely decorated. ,
the entrance to tho drill shed is I
protected by n temporary vestlbubi
mado of canvas. The main feature of
the decorations of tho hall are llasfe. '
The work was done ui.der tho direct i
supervision of Mrs. Alice Carroll. Shi I
borrowed flags everywhere. A large
banner leprescntlng the Republic of
California, Hags of all kinds ny Major
Kobliuou, the !'oru.,Cii'.ic flag, the Ln-I
gllsh, Irish, Hawaiian ami America.! ,
flags were nil In evidence. The Del-,
glnii Hag, tho Hag ot the country In '
which Fnther Valentino was bom oc
cupied n conspicuous tilace. Th '
booths were dressed with, charming
blend of patriotic coioied bunting .mil '
green boughs from the forest. .
In the center of the room Is vm-iail
the long table, with Its exquisite col-1
ors of pink, green and white. Thu
finest display of rare calabashes war a
feature of the setting. Mrs. Ilnttlc Ill
rum presides over this table with iu 1
army of assistants to tarry out her ill .
Around the wall arc booths of at-'
tractho design, 'Mis. Carroll lia.i
charge of the cigar booth. It Is neat .
and will do a Halving business. Mrs '
Carroll sold her first cigar for an even .
$3. It was taken by David Iiwrencc. I
She is assisted nt thU booth by Guy i
A fish pond presided oyer by Mrs. II.
V. Troveni-n promises nn abundance I
of sport. Tho flower tooth, conducted
by the Lemon slaters is surmounted by
a bright Irish flag. Tuc candy standi
sails under Unglfch colors nnd Is man
aged by Irish, l'rencn und Hawaiian!
The stage Is occupied by a gorgeous
booth In which fancy articles me o'l
display for sale.
The public has shown gic.it Intciest
In tho feast. Mrs. Carroll herself has
sold almost TOO tickets and the finan
cial returns uro iissured.
The Hawaiian Quintet will play from
12 o'clock to 3; the Hawaiian band
from 3 to G, nnd lu thv evening, the
Quintet will return, playing fur the
Thu Dishop of Panopolls and n num
ber of the Catholic clcigy of the city
wero present. Queen Lllluoknliml was
A8KH POli DIVORCE.
Llzzlo Chrlstley, by attorneys An
drews. Peters & Audradc, has filed a
complaint asking for legal separation
from her husband, Thomas Chrlstley
Tho marriage occurred In San Diego,
Cal. In N ember, 1S93. Tho complaint
alleges extreme cr;iclty. Inhuman and
brutal coni'Jicl on tho part of tho hus
band since tho day ot the wedding. It
alleges that In July, lS3S..plnlntlff com
pelled by reason of this brutal tieat
ment, to lenvo the home and lives apart
from her husband. In February, 1899,
tho plaintiff nllcges that she was pre
vailed upon by her husband's entrea
ties to return to him. The promises
mude wero broken and the tales of
cruelty are repeated In tho llcgntlons
Tho petition states that the libelee
Is a man of Independent means, hav
lng largo" property Interests In Hono
lulu and receiving a good salary from
tho Oahu Hallway Company for which
Theio aro two children.
Send your Packages to
HOW THEJ0TE STOOD
So many questions have been
asked about the vote on the mill-
1- tary and O. II. & L. Co. subsidy
In the conference committee yes-
terday that the following nu-
thentlc count Is published:
Ayes on Military Senators II.
P. Ilaldwln, Cecil Drown, J. D.
Paris. J. Drown, Wm. White and
Nakapaahu and Representatives
nilflllan and Makekau 8.
Noes Senator Kalauokalanl
and Representatives Bmmeluth,
Munsarrat, Ileckley, Makalnal and
Ayes on O. II. & I.. Subsidy
Senators C. Drown, J F. Drown, J,
D. Paris, ll. P. Ilaldwln. Wm.
Whlto and Iteprescntntlvcs Oil-
9- fillan. Makalnal, Makekau, Mon-
sarrnt and Deckley 10.
Noes Senators Kalauokalanl
and Nakapaahu and rtcpresenta-
, tlves Kmmeluth and Puukl 4.
I SHI T
IN TWO APPEAL CASES
Hand Down Two Decisions in Land
Matters Today-Circuit Court
The Supreme Court handed down two
decisions today, the first In the case ot
Kiilltkcn vs. John Hn;iu nnd Kapall.
Tho opinion rendered by Perry, J. Is
concurred In by Chief Justice Frojr
and Justice (lulbralth. In the decision
It Is held that as the tunveyaiut ex
e-cute'd by Kalllkca was mado at tho
time tho giuntor was found to have
been of unsound mttiJ, and mentally
Incapable of making a valid deed, the
Instrument should bo declared null and
void and the decree of the Circuit
Court appealed from is affirmed.
The opinion In tho moiid e, Kc
auloa vs. Ewaliko, was aUo .rendered
by Justice Perry and Is concurred In
by his associates. In this ease the de
cision of the Circuit Court is also i. on
firmed. The case Is n suit In equity
wherein cancellation of a dec roil
vvyiug certain land In Ilnnolutf is
The Clicult Court held that the bill
usklng that the deed !u so njlrte on
the ground ot fraud bo dhmlfi'M. The
decice by the Circuit Court Is afilrhicil
lu the decision this monilii.T.
Reply to Questions
When during tho lourse of D, F.
Dillingham's explanation ot the 0. It.
& L. Co. bond matter before tho con
feionce e'ommltteu yesteiday, he was
usked by a representative why It was
he did not no to toiirt about the pay
ment of the debt, he mado the fol
"Wo of the railroad are a part of tho
people and we do not cure to dlsgraco
ourselves by bringing I. suit against
the government fur the payment of a
debt that was voluntarily entered Into
by It. Tho court U the last resort If
we have a claim, we hate It and should
ho paid. Ilcsldes that, tho eourt has nn
money. Is It not a fact that jrour
whole work hero had been along the
line of appropriating money for debts
that huvo been and will be contract
SPECIAL SESSION TALK
Apropos of a special session for tho
consideration of a lorn hill, a Itcpubll
can Senator was heard to mako tho
following remark to a number of In
dependent Senators and Ileprescnta
lives yesterday afternoon:
"Thcro are no party lines between
us now that tho Appioprlatlnn bill
lias been dealt with by tho conference
committee nnd the extra session Is
fast drawing to a close. Republicans
and Independents will now Join hands
In n request for a special session ot the
Legislature for tho passage of a loan
bill. Tho people from Hawaii to Ka
ual demand It. The country Is In need
of money and wo must have It If Ha
waii Is to live.
NOW LADY OF GRACB.
London, July 0. MrS. Konalds, on
of tho American ladles who raised the
fund when tho hospital ship Malno
was bought and equipped far tho use
ot the llrltlsh In tho Doer war, has
been gazetted ns nn lionorary lady of
grace of tho Order of St. John ot Jeru
salem, French Submarine Uont.
New York, July 0. Tho Ixndon cor-
ic-8pondentof tho Trlbuno says that tho
French press Is greatly elated nt tho
reported success of tho submarine boat
(lustnvo Zede. which at recent maneu
vers In AJJacIo harbor torpedoed tho
Ironclad Jauregulhery and escaped all
pursuit. This shows, the Mtaln holds,
that French submarines aro perfect
and tho other Paris newspapers concur,
MI j FBB aV L
EQUITY BRANCH ATTRACTS ').
BEVY OF L1TWANTV
Land Titles, Leases and ' Matrimony, ,
Are Fruitful Sources of 4
Court Business .at
The motion of thp nttorneva. for thu- i..J
plaintiff In the cJectment-vulUof, V&'fi
ulolanl Estate vs. A. S. OleafamMft. f.
tho Jury be directed to find 'a verdict J 3
for the plaintiff was argied yesterday ' .J-
afternoon before Judge Oear. Th, tvii
Court reserved a declslop on the mo- -,1
lion until Monuay morning. f 7
In the suit ot J. Alfred Magoon, trurfl ,'fti
tec for Sophia Kohuolo Wiley, and Jjf L jNj
W. Wiley, and Chun Kin' Fopjt vs. CV.J1-
Lau doling, demurrer of defendant .IVJ
bill to remove cloud from title amHor,. Vjf .
liijuui'liuu. lue ut-juurivi ruiicgya, - -
uniong other things, a notf Joinder of 3
uecessary parties. Section's of the dc1 V
murrcr states that the bill of com-
plaint shows Hiat tho. plaintiff;
though seeking relief In cjiulty. In that
whereas they allego the. transfer to
them of a parcel ot land by mistake,
jet they do not offer to cconvcy thb
same but seek both to retain tho l.n'id
conveyed by mistake and to obtain by
order of this court, a conveyance of the v
laud which It was originally 'Intended
to convey. Tho defendants arc "rdpre- .
entcd by I.ylc A. Dickey.,
Dill for Injunction has 4een filed In
equity by the Kaplolaul Estate, 1.(4; ' .
asking that Mary II. Atchcrley. Allco-fM
K. Spencer, Itebeccn Klnlmakn.nnd Myf
Purctval Klnlmaka bo restrained fronil
prosecuting a suit of ejectment against-", .
plaintiff In possession ot ' certain
premises on Queen street and lands on '
Mouokal. Tho petition ret-ites-a lielv
story of the descent of title to the; landr
and claims a clear line back to the year
1841, with but 0110 technical flaw, .
where n guardian failed to exreuto an,
order of court. . . 1 s
rnc 0111 nsKs ror permanent in-
Junction and a determination of 'tho .
rights of the parties under; the petition
III pquiiy. . jf-.
. mil in fipiprminn r. ipnm nan nwnH"'-
flled In equity by Esther fj. Pill
Elizabeth K. Plllpo vs. lint,
Scott and tho Kona Sugar; Co., Ltd
The, petition recites that lu' Augusl
plaintiffs leased to Nettle L. ScofTF
fifty-three shares of their flftv-slx un-
dlvlded shares of tho land of Hohla-
loa, In North Kona, Hawaii.' 'Kettle L.
Scott subleased a portlo'u of these
premises to the Koa Sugar Company.
1'. Is nlleged that tho defendants bava
refused to pay rents and have ton;
tossed that it is their Intention to cause
plaltitlffs all the trouble possible In or
der to mako them sell tho permlses In
question. Wherefore the petitioner
prays tho court to declaro tho lease
Leo Ahlo, by his attorneys, W. It.
Custlo and Philip L. Weaver, has filed
a petition suing tho Itoyuf .Insurance
Company for the sum o $0W,thls be
ing the amount of an Insurance policy
Issued by tho company covering prem
ise destroyed by fires occurring In
December, 1S99 and In January, 1900,
When the late Mrs. Samuel 'Parker
left Honolulu for tho Mainland, she
did so with a great deul or hesitancy
hut felt that such a course was the only
ono that would ever assure 'her Vf
health. Deforo sho sailed. Bhe called
on several of her most Intimate friends
nod to a number of the .closest of ..'!
these she said, lu parting: "I am ajri' .', ;&.
Inir uood-bvo for cuod. When I return -'. rtY
hnrac. It will be In a coffin." ow that
tho news of tho death ot Mrs. Parker
has reached Honolulu, tho friends, to
whom these wnrdH wero made, recall
the remark. v ,
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