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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII, TUESDAY. OOTOHEK 1, 1901.
ness Robinson Took
dvice not Meant
EIANfLG IN THE
Gev Holding Jury Trial and
waived Little Cloud-
i ed Case.
ax (ill a misunderstanding.
OR Kililnson took advice from
'orners lip Hint was neither nd
d tuVilm nor Intended Tor iilni.
cCnntn Stownrtrappeared he
idg dear, nt 0:30 tnn niornlni:.
nt to! cltntlon, to show caiMO
SfJiutild not be adjudged guilty
tetnuii'Tho attorney did ulioir
iwhifll perfectly satisfied thr
;hat he was not In contempt.
1. Kofjlnson was subpoenaed ill
im beford' tfco giand jury on thd
f Davis,, crrtu ged with shoot In.
mniHng a Chlnamau In Ewa ills
Mr, Stewart Is counsel for Da
to with hta rdthcr, were liam
miM ihPtg.rand imy precinctit
ay morning.1; p'hero they waru
Mr. Stcwnrt.hllo noblnaon
iiuti tbu joungcr I)nvln had no
immoned to appear ho To re tin)
luryiat that time, lil rather
.xloiu lext his prexeniu might
Hired tlicie, and ha get Into
by aJ&Hcncc. At thu Hamu tlnvi
vis rmind It lircjudlelal to tw.
n to' lie losing tinio.
U'wart told tha Dalbi: that ho
thlnK the caso would b ion
that day, advising them thoy
cave,, and ho uould" telephone
their nresencu wasirennlied.
Jiotflng opciiuie, by tbo i,
n iioiiinson. wno sinmmeioi
njlln explaining his slato
f. yesterday which caiiHed thj
of Mr. Stewart.
( Ooaf dlsmlHsed the order h( n
.o the attorney, besides lotting
toblnion depart In peace.
Bon v.' .Magoon nud otbeia,
gey.llurc Company insu, Is
beforo Judge dear wltb tho
med In yesterday's Issue. Tbc
Ings are characterized by fro
ontestlt between counsel over
llsslblllty of evident e, uutwlth
5 thethousand and one polnta
d to have been settled at thl
Little Is hearing, ocr from
ly, without a Jury, tbo tuxe of
ii Investment Company vs.
it Rowland and others. It in
in tojiulet title, oeorgo A.
nd i Robertson & Wilder fo"
; Tlfcmas Kitch lor Thos. Mot
1 Frank Godfrey, trustee; An
Peters & Andrade for Mrs.
,; Klhnuy, Uallou & MiClana.
Mrs. Rowland. Tho couit,
,rm aiyumcnt of counsel, ruled
ma Metcalf, daughter of FranU
Is a beneficiary umWr tbo will
dant'f motion for a new trial
sBiimfalt suit of E. S, Cunun
(all Tnnd Company has beea
id, oa motion of Holmes .
I for plaintiff, on the ground
had'not been perfected.'
ion for default against defend
the p.tltlnaof Kahinopua vr.
opez !for Admeasurement an 1
ent ot1 dower, haa bcon grant-
A. Iagoon and Vhttlng
a for plaintiff.
m C. Vlda, represented by
K. Luvls as counsel, has died
ier.fo(hls wife's libel for dl
1 the' ground of non-support.
that ho has at all times been
nd willing to support and
i thu llbcllint since the day
,mariiag, wi November 21,
l.bas.' provided her with tho
leso'.Hfe as far as bo vat
0 pra'js .that tbo 'libel may
Issed. V- I
Carbone 1,'aB been nppoln(ed
1 Gear as temporary admlnli
I the estate' r her dead tfroth
h CarlAmc, AlthAut liond. Tbo
insists bf pol'spnal effects vnl.
10 and tho hlslrs nre tho doid
Idow and eon
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Pkioe 5 Cents.
News came Ii) the steamer Mariposa
fiom San Francisco that the floating of
$200,000 worth of the Kona Sugar Co.'s
first mortgage bonds had been suc
cessfully negotiated. The placing of
the other $100,000 woitn was conn
dently expected a,t lust account.
This news will be good news to the
many shareholders In the plantation
which through lark of funds tins toot
been flourishing as well as was at first
anticipated. With the extra money th
ttlrtH.nttn. ...Ill 1.. ..... I' .. (It... . .1
liiuuiuuuu nil, uc iut ill i inn iuii
tlon to help Itself and the. outlook U
conceded by nil IntereMeir to be ex
ceedingly bright. .
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
Ifily Vacant House
'badrofms and all moderil in'
je rctllenca'on th'Walk!k
thi near the
th for seven
ISLAND OF MAUI IS
MAKING GREAT RECORD
Rebecca Haffernan Wants to be Sepa
rated From Chas. Haffernan,
the Han Who Threatened
ltehcica llcnVrnan of Maul bai
brought suit In the Second Circuit
Court for dUorco ugalnst Charlea
Ileffernan, now cunfliion In Oahu Jail.
Among other things, the plaintiff nt
leges that the defendant has been ha
bitually and .continuously ghen to
drunkenness and Intemperance, nnd
that he became ho debnsed and cor
rupt fiom tho use ot lntuxicatits,Uat
he bvcnme lf.n.'iou and In Mnlt'h ci
190(i threatened to kill her; that thor.v
after, llbellcc committed the crlmu it
forgery nnd Is now sen lug a term '!
sentence In Oahu Jail.
Ileffernan Is the man alleged to hat a
done a great deal of forgery on Ka
uai. Ho Is also the man that, wlnl'j
riding with Deputy Sheriff Chilling
worth In a hack between Oahu Jail
and the station house, threatened to
murder the latter.
Papem In two other divorce cas-ja
are now nt tho police station and will
be sent down to Maul In this after
noon's Btcam-. Tno first Is tho caso
ot Keanaaf I'ekelo (w) vs. Lul IV
kolo. Thu charges of abuse, assault
and battery, threats of violence an.l
failure to provide are the more Impor
tant ones made by the woman.
Tho second case Is that of Alona
(Chinese) vs. Kaliko Kikoo, both 01
Wulluku. Alona claims that his wife
baa not lived with him for three
Dancing at Walkikl lun tomorrow
(Wednesday) evening. Solomon's
This Amount Necessary
to Commencement of
Pearl Harbor Work.
MONEY FOR WORK HERE
HELD PENDING DECISION
Improvements Now Being' Hade and
Provided ForErection of
Fence and Office
(.'ongiess will be asked to approprl
ntu between four nnd five millions of
dollars for the work on tbu navnl sta
tion nt I'carl Harbor, mis amount
will be necessary to carry out tho
present plans for the station. Of courxu
thu work Is incidental to the condem
nation, proceedings now on in th
United States Court hcie. rending
the outcome of the action of tho
court on tho claims, the approprln
tlon of $10,000. made by Congress
somu time ago for work on the naval
station here, has been held up. and ,11.
stead of building a commandant's res
idence, machine and carpenter shouj
and a foundary these will all bo built
at I'carl City.
Information lately received by Can
tain U. S. Q. White, the lll engi
neer In charge ot mu work, is to tho
effect that orders to buy tno sur)lni;
outfit necessary to tne work at 1'einl
Harbor have been Issued, nnd as soou
as the instruments nirhe the .nmil
survey on wnlch tbo appropriation will
io asked will be made.
Tho survey, flnlsned n contour map
of the reservation will be made on 1
from this the engineer will make liU
estimates. Ii Is thought that the work
can lie finished in about six wen'cs
and o erj thing "will bo leady for Ci'i
Kri'stK to m t upcyi at I In.' in!xt n. .)
slon. . , '.Kt
Work on the station her is going on
well. The erection on tho cottage ou
the grounds Is nearly completed and
tenders for tho work of building nn
eight-room office building aiu soon to
be. called for. Ki III work on tha
board fence to bo erected about tin)
reservation ami across the navy
wharves Is now being done and they
win soon lie unuer lock anil Key. Tn
fence to be built will run along Rlci
nrds street, enclosing tho coal sheds,
to DavieB' warehouse. Along Halo
kauwlla to I'unciioowl, ami nlong tho
line of tho reservation to the Ala M -
ana. thence along the latter rond 19
fresh cream In its natural state Is en
dorsed Wy highly by the United
States Navy as well ns many othen
who use the, cream dally In large quan
tities.. Tbc Honolulu Creamery Is n local
incorporation wnllc the cold storags
plant nnd general works nre under the
management of Fred Russell who
states that the demand for tne product
of the creamery Is dail increasing.
TIX ML CHI SLOW
Not 11 single Judgment has been rcti
lereil by the Tax Appeal Hoard ot
Oahu on the assessment controversies
beard by it. There is danger thut tho
court-will be swamped with business
next thing, as It is reoulred to hold an
other trm between ttie-fith.and 2.1th of
this month to hear appeals under tho
Incomo tax law.
Land Commissioner B. S'.Mloyu' left
In the Klnau for the Island of Hawaii,
to be gone about t-n days. He goes to
Investigate land mnters,Mn Wulmanu
DEM UK IV
TO 1 111
MUST ANSWER FOR
Incident Outside Y. M. 0. A. Sunday
Last Hotorman and Conductor1
Say Hackman Refused to ..
Hoved When Asked.
Chus. i: Dunwull, one of the back
The Gays of Kauai Want
to Add Another Is
land to Estate.
PURCHASE PRICE HAS NOT
Mrs. Paul Neumann, W. H. Pain and
Fred Hayselden are Owners
, To be Used as Cattle
LW HHH II ID IS
President John Cnn has ghen bis
final decision In the directors of tho I
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co'-i
pany and will soon resign his position i
This will mean that several changes!
will tuko place In thu corporation nud i
some new men will bn brought hem'
from the Coast to take positions In the
J. I.. .Mcl.aln, now in Sun rmncisi")
is expected back hero before Mr. Knn
finally steps nutf and with 111 in will
rome one or two new men., .Mcl.aln
YET BEEN AGREED UPON the steamship company as the legiti
mate nmt natural successor or Air.
Kna ns president.
On account of his continued ill
health Mr I'na Is forced tu retire from
the ncthe supervision o. affairs, Th"
mnlln. f .!., ,rma,!l.lnttnti nt .lih Inn '
stenmer'coinpanjes Is not being talk
ed of so much ns formerly since the
appraisement oT the uontlng stock, nn I
It Is Just possllilu that alt efforti
looking to (in amalgamation of th-1
two coucerus will fnll through.
Negotiations are now In progress
looking to Uin sale of the Island t
UiiihI to the (lii)s of Kauai, to be-jiy
Hum turned Into a cattle ranck,
Thoe Inteiested In the deal nre Mr.
Paul Neumann,' Fred II. Hajselden an'
W. II. Pain. Home of the Interests of
the present owners arc hvjvily raoft-l
gaged and the' whole matter rests upo
the would Ira puiehasers nnd the own
ers arriving, at a decision us to the)
The owners are holding out for
Bum in tlie neighborhood of $.100,000,
whlle.lt Js unilcfstood thut about $100,-
Whereat Mr. McCanoJess
Feels very Much
AN APPLICATION MADE
THREE MONTHS AGO
Eichange for Land in Printer's Lane
Consummated Only this Morn-'"
ing Prior to Commissioner's
McCiuidlcss tamu out of tbo
on l nilay morning wltli
In his countenance. I
emirter. whosu snlitfnilni
,Uii flrst pleasantly leturned. Mr. .w-Cimdlc-ss
iinbuideued the tuellngs tint
.clouded his brow, lu this wise:
I "It Is a pietty state of goternment
we have In that office.' imintlnc Imrl.
BANK'S s GOOD SHOWING .fr "vm ttUlcU l,u ,,n" Ju,t
V i "I applied for a piece of land of-
on the Konlau side tnreu months ago.
n n ci v einnn.ii ni offering $:;000 lor It. Here today I 31.1
Gross Profits Yen 0,423,931, Balance to..i that when it is convenient to
iiu.v i nur.uy nmne cue nim cauoti
Yen 1 ,897,081 Proposition of
Directors Dividend at 13
per Cent Rate.
000 less has bceif offered. The Island of!
Ijinulchns been the cause of much lltl-l
gutlun since It has been known to be of.
vulue oif sugar land nnd on it the
Mauniilel plantation now defuuet was!
stifrtbd. Scleral ntlcmpts more or less
successful have been made to get water 1
j.i . .t.. ... ...... , ... i' . .. . . ... ...... .. ' ..iv
7.. ..""".. '". """.? " -........ i... ... .. ".- -- , llnt.I.. Ltd.. lu Honolulu, has Just re- Ing wnit done about runnlnc Bnv..m.
I'l-l f . I'Clliri rilliMliinr nun lllft rnsi. Ulll I twirllnna tir tun loiiil unlit luton iit.,l n' ... .. .... . . . .: "
: . ' . - - - f t r - ce fi rroni me nomo o
come up this afternoon. There Is no. sheen ranges. The turning of I1IO1.1.1..1 . ... .1... 1..,
doibt whatever that Dunwell will light ' greater portion of the IslamUluto a ,irr,nii.,r t ih., Khur.hl,ii.ru m 11.. control Jt was imposslblo
iC.nl-annual ordinary general ineetlns,'?.0''::': '"l.0.1'1."11!,!1 ",om..nt
The brunch of tbc Yokohama Speeds
will be c-ousldereu.
In the meantime Mr. Lansing Ini
been granted twenty-four acres of
laud In exchauge for a strip taken
to widen n street in Honolulu. I J
fered $31100 for the land to bo sold at
public auction and would gho 520.01m
lather than'. let It go.
i mink It Is about time some talk-
his case, so that the trial will not take cuttle.raurh nicjna n good 'deal to H
pli.ee until tomorrow or next cUy. i I nolulii on account of her lucrcnslng'd
Dunwell H charged-wlfi blocking tbepimnds for Ifesb meat.
Illtpld Triuwlt truck fo) Hotel strwt " lannl Is a-Vttl?i,J;srthsii,lialf thf
outside? the V. M ('.. A Aiiuple of day sLte of.,Molokal. ami with lis tmrchais
ago. The inotorninn and conductor of the tiaj family will own two entlro lsl-
tb car concerned state that Dunwell nmls of the group. I.anul and Nllhau:
diLve Immediately In front of their carl
The Honolulu Creamery has lately
put upon the market n novel preparA
tlon whereby pure cream Is preserved
in Its natural state. Tns preparation
is known as the Ilussell process where
by fresh cieam can be kept Bweet for
an Indefinite period. The pure cream
Is taken direct from the de l,avel cream
separator and placed hermetically seal
"Mrs, I'lff. how do you prepare your ed In ten gallon cans nnd kept In Ho-
buliy'B breakfast?" 'nolulii on cold storage by 11 sjstem
"Oh, I glvo him one-thirn milk and of aeration and then bottled for family
two-thirds microbe killer." Detroit ute.
Free Press. The Ilussell process of preserving
4-1 ts- 4- 4-1 4--f-f
New Orleans Struggle
to Destroy Mosquitoes
New Orleans, La., Sept. 12, Efforts to oxlst nowhere else In the Unite
of tho Hoard of Health to suppress the Slates except In New Orleans, and sev
eral varieties of tne culex, the orctl-
mosquito nulsancii In New Orleans
have been seriously handicapped by
the refusal of a number of household
ers to allow their cisterns and other
sources of the mosquito supply to be
treated with oil, because they do tint
believe lit the remedy nud tho Hoarl
ma appeal to the Legislature for au
thority to compel householders to al
low their cisterns to bo treated, In or
der that they will cease to be mosquito
factories. There are 150,000 open cis
terns of rain water In New Orleans
nary, every-day mosquito.
Of these varieties the most danger,
cms nro tho anopheles. These, tho doc
tots flint, do not breed in New Orleans,
but tho swamps back of and around
the city. They nro seldom Been In the
city unless a severe north or east wind
blows them in.
The gutters are tbo chief source ol
the mosquitoes, being icsponsllilo for
00 per cent of them. These will bo
tteated with oil. Under the new drain
age plan now under way In Now Or-
lum me win cuiei source 01 me wuier !, ,i rnnML. r,.i,l ,t.
Biipply of the city, and It is asserted toni the n)en KlUt(.r wn ,m ent,rey
that the mo.qulto nuisance ennnot be abolished, and with them nlno-tenth.
erauicaieu unless mouarvae in mesa of the mosquitoes that now Infest New
cisterns nre killed by the uso of oil.
Dr. Mazle suggests aud It seems prob
able that his suggestion will be adopt
edthat the cisterns be covered on top
with wire mosquito netting so as to
Orleans. The cisterns will also go with
tha completion of the water works sys
tem proposed by tho Water and 8ewer
age Commission. The cisterns are now
being treated with a dose of oil and
prevent the Insects from getting In to C0Vered with mosquito wire netting,
them to deposit their eggs,
Dr. Mazle discovered that Mississippi
In the meanwhIU the Investigations rher water Is nearly n imn.1 for fh..
being mudo into tho New Orleans mot- eradication of mosquitoes ns ol), tim
qultoes by 1'rof. IJeyerand Dr. Veazlo,' sulphates and sand In the water pre
under the auspices of tho Board of venting fhe hatching of tho eggs. On
Health, liuvo resulted In shedding a the same line, the bacterlologleul ex
Sreat deal of light on the subject. Tho perlments of Dr. Archenard have de
Investigation has disclosed no lesi than , veloneil thefact that thn h.iclll.i nt
.eleven varieties of jnosqullocs In New Uphold cannot be propagated In Mis
Orleans. Then, are thren nt thn Ann. aiaoi.,,!, !..,... .. ..iH a .. ... ..
Ivlieles variety, the proved dlssemlna- found Uf long odds. tho best for the
at malaria. The ofher varlctlei musuiilto: nmLnext'to II lain water.
are thft Mrs. a very small mosquito; iThonophcIes arc fofind In great ouaii-
Jlekarhemes, of bluish bngreenlsh 'titles In ho JMlWnmUbracklsh Water
is II 1 4iT I ! i1nn .. I.Ar.1.1 41. M.l--V .. AL.. . ( .
c ' ,rr
St A' ' Mfi
, .-i-' jiiis IWIK.-U nam, mi- iiiiiisnts uiong tno uuibcoast, hut seem
I S Wotlnherrt chSfti. a,very laige variety to dlmliiliJn nninber 'during freezing
, 7rlth.oon'lts legs, which Uilcnown 'iMthej ,!; L.iLltLl'lIlID
I - - ! 1 .
-Ii.' : . 1 . '
. :. .-. ''ftiwi. a '.AMj.'ltAjti.
anil taut, when thn hell was rung re
peatedly, he refused to get off. When
ask"d so to do, he turned and dared
them to come on and bump Into his
There, lias been n lot of this very
kind of trouble of late and Dunwcll's
will be in the nature of a test case.
Hackmen of the 11 and 42 stables par
ticularly say that tbu mntormen of th"
cleitrlc tars never glo them any
chance. If they happen to bo In front.
MOTOM HIT If
dice, the forty- meiit business In that manner.'
baiitt, which was Owing to circumstances bejond
for thu ni-
i- inn iit iii.iiiiiHin n nininnni nt (,.
annual ordinary general meeting ;,, ' .. " ... ..r- ... . . .
held at the head office. Yokohama. nZ :' 1".., !'
Ti'it-day, September 10, J901.
imic nirniiuus'eiiui caiiiiu siiinjcriueu wavmriieieu Withdrawn. Ml. U0V.1
1 no ro- steamer Klnau ,ju.t as l- gangway
as being )cu 21,000,000, capital paid said:
up. ym 38,000,000 and rescrio fuud, yen
The president of the bank .s Nagos
tare Soma, the vice president Kumeno-si:k-
Mlsakl and the directors. 11s fol-
ThatMransactlou was cIobchI wi'h
Mr. lousing this morning wlthou'.
prejudice to Mr. MeCandle-BS. It wan
In oxchnngo for a strip uf land taken
in widening Printers' lane.
'lcs; it is thu same land that Mr.
hlfltlffht nut wi-nt in nliilu- tin,. Hi
the ears approach at a very swift rate . Ka.,1,1 Transit Co.'s rnr nt thn tlm of
am: ills necessary to urge their horses, the collision at the corner of Hutel
nhiacl with all speed, else they will ccj- nnd Nuunnii street was ucrfectlr with-
tn'nly be bumueil.
Instances of tho kind have been no
ticed repeatedly on Hotel street. Cars
go along that thoroughfare at a ter
rific Bpeed and hackmen must Invari
ably wait until Ihey arc out of the way
lK'fore they can make a move. Thcro
Is undoubtedly fault on the part of
both tho hackmen and inntorinen.
lows: isagatane Romn. Kamenosuke McCand ess wanted. The nlv iri,i,v
1 he case of Wright, the motorman otiMlrnkl, Kochlcbl Sonoda, RJemon Kl- was that wo did not Inform Mr. Mr-
murn, Kokuro Hani, Ippel Wukao and "-undiess nlmut the negotiations with
Yoshlgusu Nakai. Mr:J'n"",,n.B'" .,
Accompanjlng the regular statement .....T" ,Mfrnr PVi c", ,m8 ",' r';
of liabilities and assets of the bank J,"". "" far lh"t pl,"te of lana
and profit and loss account for the half "No."
ycur ending June SO. Is tlie followlug Mr. Iloyd was asked what was
report of the chairman: meant, then, by "no prejudice! to Mr.
The gross profits of the oank for tho McCnndless."
last half year. Including yen 401.338 .. rn,cre, as no time for a reply." as
biougbt forward from last accounts, ".,PU''!;V,,?n,l8 T ,8lnB the ians
amount to yen 6.423.911, of which yen Jjf"1"1 ""-' ri'"r,cr Hai1 no W
4,r:fi,83Q have been deducted for cur- ' . , , .
rent expenses, interest, etc., leaving a
ba.ance of yen 1.897,081. 1 PRISONERS TO HAWAII.
The directors now propose that )en
tho Hapld Transit Co., charged wltb
running his car heedlessly one aftei
l.uon enrly In the month, was finished
In Judge Dickey's court this morning,
alter having taken the better part' of
The preiKjiiilcranic of evidence
In Its rights and that the driver of
the tramcur tried to pass the crossing
even nfler he Bnw the electric car was
c-rj closn To htu.
Judge Dickey found Wright not
guilty aud dlschaigcd him. Attorney
W. A. Kinney appeared for the defense
nnd Attorney De Unit for the prosecution.
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CHILLINOWORTH , 6,,
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rnUlug It to )en 8.510,000. Krom the HPlU t0 KoMlii awaUi ', UlLt J,
renalndcr tho directors recommend a this noon. They had been kept In
dh blend at tbo rate of 13 per cent per Oahu Jail ror somv tlmo awaiting trial
Himum, which will absorb yen 780,000 on various charges. Thn native, Ka
on old shares and Jen S90.000 on new wal l)r name. Is charged with mur
shares, making a total of yen 1,170,000, lvr:, "? la .fr"m. I'ahnla. Kau. Ha
The balance, yen 527,081. will be car- a"'r T, ' "'vr tl,rc0 mvu aro ,""ll'r
rlc.l forward to the credit of next c- ...
Manhattan I suppose, Subbubs, you Quintet Club
gel good butter in the country wbero ' ,
"Yes, there Is enough butter to tho
pound to keep the salt together,
"Does jour daughter attend the na-
"Oh, no! She Is In the social swim."
Dancing at Walkikl Inn tomorrow
(Wednesday) eenlng. Solomon's
"See here, Thomas, here Is a St.
Louis boy who went to the races and
lost his money nnd then because his
father scolded him he committed sui
cide. You sec the moral In the story,
uon i jou; '
"Don't bet on the rnres unless you're
an orphan, sir." New York Weekly.
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1 Slates, and Europe.
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That is What We
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Is selected with a view
to obtain the very best
So it Makes No Difference
What priced shoe vou buy from us
you can dei end on having your
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Pleading Prices Is What Pleases Our
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