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Von. XT. No. 10(51.
HONOLULU. TERK1TOKY OP HAWAII. MONDAY. OOTOHKlt 7, 1001.
Puiob 5 Cents.
For the Memory of the
RESOLUTIONS OF THE BAR .
ADOPTED AND RECORDED
Justice Qalbraith Eiteems the Last
Martyred President Above
Even the Father of
Thn Supremo Court was opened in
regular term tills morning, with As
sociate Justices Oalbralth nml i'crry
en tho bench. I'roccedlngs wero en
tlioly of a memorial charnttcr Tor thu
death of President McKinley.
Acting Attornny General Catlicait
moved that the court adjourn Tor thd
ilay out of re-spect to tho memory of
the murdered President anil made a
row appropriate re-marks.
K. II McClaualian, In an eloquent
speech, presented the follow Ihk rcso
lutlon; Whereas, William McKinley. J'resl
tleiit of the United Status, was oh thu
ijth ilay of Septemhei, A. I). 1901, cruel
ly ossasslnatcd nnd murdered In thu
ity of lliiflalo, and,
Whereax. thin opening d'i of tho
October. 1V01, term of the Supremo
Couit of the Territory erf Hawaii seems
au appropriate occnHlnn on which to
n onl public expn-ssloi. or our sorrow
ove. IIiIm mitlonnl .ilamlty. therefor
Iti-solvcd, b.v the members of th"
Jlar of thu Supreme Couit of the Ter
rltory of Hawaii, That as citizens cf
til" United Slates we herewith pub
lltly express our real and lieaitfclt no'
low out the untlmel) iHnlli of our
That, as citizens of a wider clvllizv
tlou, we proclaim our Hbhoricnco ff
tho awful act which haH hnth robbed
lis of a beneficent ruler and the worll
ol a good oiaii;
Tbut wo tender to Jim McKinley
fur the lost of a Jov Ing -husband. n
sjnipathy hh profound ns th. civilized
world extends to us for thu loss of in
honored Chief Magistrate.
Judge Gilbert P. Little said:
' If tho Court please-, wo are Htunned
as If staggering from the replenctt
force of a lolent phslcnl blow when
wo realize that the hand which recent
ly signed the bill creating tbla Terrl
tor, thin court nnd these Judges, now
lies pulseless nnd cold; that tho Mm
from which have so often and bo elo
quently fallen words of wisdom and
patriotism lor thu guidance of bin people-
am palsied by the chllllnK touch
ol death's relentless, and Inexorable
tuessenge r Vet. alas, 'tis only too
true. Now, ail la ove.i The funeral
ortegc- has passed. The last sad notes
of the funeral dirge have died away
uu thu dlstnnt shores. The voice cf
artillery which thundeied sentiment
ol respect In every civilized world U
no lougor reverbu.ai.t.
All that Is mortal of our late Prc-sl
d ut William McKinley now lies sleep
log quietly in the shadows of that
moonlit alley at the confluent of
those mighty and nijstciloiiH streams
of time and eternity, where his lart
resting place was warmed by God's
beautiful sunlight and watched ovor
In the silent vigil of tho midnight hour
by tho quiet stars until tho last trum
pet of Gabriel shall summon mankind
to llnal Judgment, Vet a Borrowing
people linger at the graeslle widen
contains their sac-red dust with howcj
and uncocrc-d heads, almost unwill
ing to liao it without their keeping.
Vet he sleeps, ' rejolc InK in tho tri
umph of lctory won," whero gentle
hands hue laid him, wheru tho wing
ed wlnas shall sing for him an etc
nnl requiem, wnero nature's dlviiio
tcard.ops shall water his lowly mount
fiom which snail spring In resplend
ent beauty a luxuriant giowth of the
pausles of thought nnd tho rosemnry
01 temcmurancci not only tor the edu
cation of his fellow countrjmen btr,
as well, for thu geneintlons which are
Hut his pure spirit has taken Its
(light Into the summerland of song,
he und the pearly gates, theru to dwell
In perennial btuuty and glory fore'Vjr
Thomas Fitch, Cull Iliown und T
M. Harrison also made speeches on
.Justice Ualhralth delivered the sen
SITE - -
We tdfer the fee simple of a valuable
piece of warehouse ground on Prison
load, Iwllel, near O. It. S. L. Co.'b
The grotinw is available also for
Oriental Btures and lodgings.
timents of the court and Its order us
I will say on behalf of the court. In
response to tho suggestion of the At
torney General and tho resolution pie
sented by Mr. McClanahan, that tho
members of this court, with our fel
low -citizens here nnd elsewhere, havd
been deeply mocd by the horrible
tragedy thnt has plated tho cl lilted
world in mourning.
Aside from tho exalted position oc
copied by William McKinley, the moat
distinguished In nil tne world, nnd hh
marked ability as a soldier and states
man and leader of men and move
ments, It Is the private virtues of the
man that now appeal most stronglv
to his fellow-count r men. and bo'V
down the henrts of the American peo
ple with unspeakable sorrow. Uive
of home and of our institutions, our
country and our flax went tho lending
thoughti! In so many of his patriot!
public addresses r
Personally I telleve that William
McKinley was a more typical Amen
can citizen than George Washington
and I entertain this belief with all Jim
respect to the Father of our Country.
He was as gentle as a woman, sympi
thctle; as n h I Id. but ho was strong 1 1
all the manly virtues. Let us hooa
that after llfos fitful fever he sleepi
The court Is In sympathy with the
resolutions nnd will order them spread
on the record of this court, and thu
clerk will send forward a ccrtlflul
copy to Mrs. McKinley, and out of ro
spoct to tho memory, as wo hope, or
the last of our martyred President?,
this court will stand adjourned until
tomorrow- morning nt 10 o'clock. It
Is so ordered.
Kor groceries, ring up Blue 91,
HOLD IMPORTANT TALKS
WITH HAWAII CITIZENS
Finding What Districts Require from
Public Works Department
Pleasantly Received all
Along the Route.
laiupahuchoe. Hawaii '"Oct, I su
perintendent llod und party are con
tinuing their inspection nnd Investlga-tlim-of
roads and bridges on thu big
Island of I law all and In their travels
have found that many of the districts
are places of magnlllcent distances.
Many of the homesteaders wants have
been considered. In the line of better
nnd more roads, und steps will bo tak
en to Improve conditions.
The putty visited Walplo vulley on
the 3(ltn nnd Assistant Superintendent
Campbell made a cursory Investigation
ol the water available In their most
extraotdlnury dry time. The result he
has not given for publication. While
In the valle) a survey party In charge
of Mr. Tuttle uuil in tho Interest of the
illshop Kstate was met. This party wa
also examining the water supply for
purposes of conserving and Impound
ing. Kvcn this usually moist valley
shows the effect of cxlatiint drouth
stieams now being dry that the "oldest
Inhabitant" falls to record having a
similar presentation. Mr. Hobos of
Kiikulhaele entertained the party, who
under his guidance lodo over the sea
side road, a road which Is grand In
scenle benut, well built, but requires
additions to make It moie tiavelable.
Meetings of citizens nnd others have
been held en unite, the tesult of which
have been er) satisfactory to Super
intendent Iiojd nnd the citizens, free
speech being unlimited.
Great distress exists In Hounkaa and
In part of all of the Hamnkua dlstiict
on account of the existing drouth.
Plantations and hnmestendeis nie suf
fering the must. Stnc k ranchers see
their stock d.vlng away day by day for
want of water. The forest fires wera
revived b stiong winds dining the
past few da)s nnd ruin alone, heavy
and continuous, will end the conflagra
tion. Messrs. Albert Horner, William
Walker ami I'. W, Carter hu'.o been to
the front as tire lighters and have
woiked wonders In saving the foirsts
The latest renin Is (noon October I)
are to the effect thnt the Walmea
sticams have dried up, thus placing
the large herds of cattle on those plains
In it very pitiable condition,
Define leaving Ooliala Superinten
dent Iiojd end paity were the guests
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker at Ookala and
they added one vore memorable, event
to the list of hopltallties which thu
pally nas received en route1.
lleforo leaving Kiikulhaele smoke1
was seen Issuing from Walmanu vul-
lej and inquiry proved the cause to be
fmm n forest fire which would have- but
little chanco of spreading on account of
the molst'ucBs of thn undergrowth. It
Is said to have been started for the
purpose of obtaining wild tattln from
the woods. " '
'I he cliemth still continues; high
winds; Indications of ruin to seaward
but such Indications have existed for
so long without rain that little faith Is
Tho parly goes from hero to Hllo di
rect und from thence to Puna nnd Ulia
All well but homesick.
.Tudee Wlkox was back at his pott In
the District Court this forenoon, much
in the delight of nil concerned lu the
doings of tho court. Tho tegular scat-Ion
was not started until lOin'rlnck
bcca'iee Judge Wilcox was summoned
to appear before tho Cuiirt of f'lalms.
Police Found Today 43
Rooms Occupied Sat
NUMBER OF ARRESTS
MADE BY CHILLINQWORTH
Studied Move on Part of Japanese to
Override Order of Court
Notwithstanding thu fact that tlw
Stockade at Iwllel has been ordcr-el
ilosed by order of the court and sticit
order has been carried out, there Is
n studied e ffoit on the pail of a cur
tain hul of Japanese; pimps to dlsie;-
garu tne matter entirely.
Kor mouths alter the order was car
ried out, thu stoc-Kado was kept fro
of the class of people that had been
In the habit of pllng their disgrace
ful trade, but a short time ago the po
lice) had occasion to notice that them
were n number of disreputable won
en who had taken rooms nnd vvrv llv
Ing in thn old wny.
High Sheriff Drown, ever alert when
It Is it question of matters affecting
his etepirtmeut, gave onlers to his
deputy, Mr. Chllllngworth, to se that
tbc Iwllel stockade was kept clear ol
the objectionable creatures against
whom complaints were being lodged
by the reputable citizens of IwlM.
Since that time- Mr. C'lillllngwnrth nji
made several arrests.
It was thought by this olllcer that,
wnen the French women left thu cllv
lor the Coast and several Japanese
and others had been urreste-d nnd
found guilty of fornication. thre
would be n cessation of the business.
He felt thnt the attempt at ps estab
lishing ..ie old status at the stockau
was simply n feeble eliort on tho part
of u few.
That he was mistaken In the magni
tude of thn attempt was well proven
Suturday night, when the deputy shti
Iff and a number of oflliers, out on
their regular round of raids, enn-e
upon the stockuuc nt Iwllel, running
full blast, with forty-three rooms r
cupled. There were not sufficient mem along
with him to make a general raid on
the whole place, so Mr. Chllllngworth
contented himself with arresting only
those ln,one Qiinrtcr. 'ihc result w-:s
that nine Japanese women, three Chi
namen and two Japanese men woro
arrested. Their cases came up In the.
Police Court this forenoon but woro
continued until tomorrow at the ro
quest of Attorney S.,t. ChllllngworiU.
who appeared for the defense.
The police authorities mean to bring
failure into tne camp of thn gang that
Is behind the present move of the Jap
auese women. The stocKiido bavin,;
been ordered cleared of too ellsrepu
t..blo women, will ceitnlnlv bo cleareel
LILLIPUTIANS' LAST NIGHT.
Thu farewell performance of the
Pollard l.llllpufiun Opera Company
will ho given tonight, when thu mili
tary musical conieely, "Tho Gale-)'
Girl" will ho staged, -.e company hi
achieved great success with this ploo.
The management has gono to great
expense with this production Ihair
motto Is, "IT a thing Is worth doing.
It's worth doing well. Great pra su
is eliiei to K. O. Pollard, tho machin
ist. Throughout tne present season hi
has given an adequate idea of what
mny bo termed sevuial pretty stage
settings. The company lenves for tho
Cost ou Tuesday by the Sonoma
ART LEAGUE ENTERTAIN.
1 he first social meetlnf of the Kilo
liana Art League for the winter sea
son took place In the rooms of the or
ganization S.ituidny afternoun. There)
aiis a very large ntti ndunie mid a lino
piogram of music- was given. Miss
Woods, of Punahoii, beginning it wltb
n violin solo.
The feature of the afternoon was
the reading by W n. Castle Jr., of tin
Instinctive paper on tho life nnd works
of Stephen Phillips, the Kngllsh poet
When Mr. Castle had finished the
reading of the paper, the members nt
the League and their friends Joined in
'i pleasant social gathering. Refresh
ments were served. Mrs. W. It. Castle,
Mis. Tenney-Peek nnd Mis. Mablei
Wing Castle assisted Mrs. Snlmn Kin'
lie, chairman of the literal- commit'
tee. In aminglng the afternoon's pro
Train. These ladles lilso acted as a re
leptlnn committee. Miss Hall had
chnrire of tho refreshments.
Annie I.nvy has brought suit for
spec llle pciformanco In the matter of
a land transaction, against Cecil
Iliown, administrator of tho estate of
W. II. Cummlngs. Plaintiff alleges,
among other things, tho following:
Tnnt tho deeedont, W, Il,,Ciiinniliii;s.
during his lifetime, was bound by a
contract In writing to convey to tin
plaintiff certain real estate, to wlti
All that certain lot situate a Knpnh
ma. Honolulu, known as lot I, block II,
and lot 5. block II, on a map mad-) hv
It. W. Wilcox, being n portion nf
h. C. A 1031 to It. (I. Davis.
That the plaintiff has paid all tho
purchase money for the re-al estate ai
required by tho terms of the eontincl
and Is now In possession of It. Shi
wants a deed of conyeanco In n lll.o
manner as tho decedent might an I
ought to have don"lf living, ace onl
Ing to the terms ot the- contiaet rj
fcrreel to nbovc.
Thu amount of mone nsked for tho
land was ISOO and tho plaintiff c Intuit
having paid down $1"0 when the con
tract was made.
Samuel K, Pua, formerly of Hono
lulu, Is visiting the city. Tor six
months past he has been prncth lug law
nt Walmea, Hawaii.
Speaking of the effects of the ill until
ll Koliala, Mr Pua s,is the beat Is
nigh lutoleinble.. One cannot stand
nut In the suii'lulf nil hour wt'hout
danger of being stricken down
Mr. Pua was laid up with a prevail
ing sickness for a week. Ills quinine
was unavailing for a remeely. He kijs
the malady Is in Hie nature of bilious
lemlttent fever. Its cause he believes
to be, in the- cases of many natives,
the drinking of water from staiiguant
There Is no government pli)slclnn In
South Kcihnla. It costs JJ0 to obtain
thu visit of a doctor, which Is be)ond
the means of must of the people
Judge (ienr rendered a written iln
clslon this morning ou the action of
I.coDg Slice against thu New Zealan )
Insurance Company to recover llleo
insurance upon buildings destro)e-d liv
fire on Match j, I!)v0. Jury wn
Ilefore tho flro tlie occupants of thn
buildings had all been removed to the
quarantine station On this fact tlu
court finds that the Imuror could not
claim notice of loss wltlitn Uftecu days
under the policy.
The decision is In favor of tho plain
HIT, however, on other grounds The-'t
was no proof offered by plaintiff of the
value of the buildings. wlUch spollul
his claim lor Insurance. Anothnr
ground found against the plaintiff wue.
thnt the- buildings having been con
demned were of no value.
AMERICA MARU HI.RB.
The America Mam, after a veiy
fast trip or a little oveir nine elayx,
arrlveel rrom the Orlcut this mornln.'.
She hud good wentner all of the. wii;
In pott and brought a large cargo fo.-
tins eiiy. nut one- cabin passenger,
Mr. L. W, Smith, nirlved for Hono
lulu. Mr. Smith Is to go over Uia
sugar plantations beie In thu Interest
of u scientific soc let) lu the Status.
Iu the steerage 120 Japanese lalm.-.
ers arrived Tor the plantations.
Tho Amerlcn Mam will sail lor tho
Coast tomorrow- morning nt 7 o'clock.
Only the members nud a very fe-v
others will be admitted to the spa--ring
match between Fox and Agm-w
Thursilay nlgnt at the moms of tho
Oahu Athletic Club. Theru am sixty
flvo members und seating capacity .or
not more than n hundred persona.
Those outside the) members will ' o
newspaper men, police representative,
and a few others.
A brother of Fox, the man who will
spar with 1,011 Agnew- Thursday nigh,
came from Kauai Sunday to se-c the
match. He lias every onlidence -u
uY l ein ,.,.,..
BULLOCK . . .. , ,
In nddllon to the coupons to be cut
from tho first page of the llnlletln,
new subscrlbeis are to be given re
eelpls with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follows:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year ,,..750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
These coupons are detachable) and
must ho torn fmm tho subscription re
ceipts and deposited In tho ballot box
the snmo ns tho 11 rat page coupons. It
will bo seen that for JS, tho subscrip
tion prlco of the livening llnlletln for
ono ear, 7C0 votes aro allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas the sime
amount of money would buy only ISO
votes If spent for sjuglo copies nfjl,ho'
llulletln on tho street. The sum 'of Uk
Ail ri in
Started Above the Ooka
la Plantation About
a Week Ago.
DAYID HAUGHS SAYS
IT IS WORST OF LOT
Fifty Men Under Albert Horner Kept
On Watch Day and Night
Nothing More Can
David Haughs of the government
nursery, returned from Hamnkua. Ha
wall. In the Klnnu Saturday, after a
thoioiiKh Investigation In company
with Superintendent of Public Worka
lames II. Itojd und Ills assistant,
Mai stem Campbell, of the forest fires
In the district 'mentioned.
Mr lliiughs states that then- arc In
the neighborhood of foil or fifty men
under Albert Horner, pntrollng the ter
rltory nkoiit the binning districts In
VMitclie-s during the night and ilay. The
llres are still burnii.s but nie well in
hand, tlie men keeping a careful look
out fur sparks that might blow actus
the trenches nnd set other portions ol
the fore-stn on lire.
Mr Haughs states ami his nplnlou
is shared u) Mr iioei, that no ngcncj
except that of rain can now stop the
fires. The Ill's t one. which stnrti d .1 ill V
,' is still smouldering und will con
tinue to do so until every vestige of a
stump has been huirvl away, unless
heav) rains come to do ihe desired
Mr Haughs brings the startling an
nuiiuietiient that still another fire has
been started and that Is the woist ol
the lot. It was discovered on Prldny a
ceK ago In a stretch of woods nbovcl
the Ookala plantation and the fact of,
how It i started till remains a in.vste.-y.!
Speaking to u llnlletln reporter about 1
tlila new lire Mr lliiughs said thU
noin c- "'"M's sain mm
' nn, i.... rvi,i. 1. .1,.. 1 1....
I he II. e above Ookala is the biggest!
m. .of l.n. I l !,!.. !,! II I.I
It Is being kept well In
hand by the
men at wo.k under Al
bert Horner, The plantation Itself Is
lu no danger as there is qullo n spaco
of open country between it nnd thn
woods that are now In pro-ess of de
struction. As to the territory which
the tire Is liable to cover. I might say
. 1 , ,., -. cue iieieiiiiHuis in prove ei'ac iiurrison
SnUi. K". i I"", f"r Wl",0"t '" t entitled to be recouped for his
st Ik ng he nre, of Jul .1 Investment, the receipt of which had
Trencher huve been dug and men 1. , , ..
are on the lookout day ami night t",b,''Cn 'kno IjX Ablm. one ot
sec that no sparks catch In nlrtl of th. f 'f art,u'", ," ""''
. V " "l"lrh CaiCII in parts Ot tU. Whim Ml,, , nl llnrrlmn .. In.
fore, bevon, -fb. nl " ' H W1",rP ,I"- "" f ,lllrrlRO ,n'
ll T, iii.. ' UK,'r noWK.'l"l ho.n b, the argument ot
elu.i,i" . ... ., , , I Magoon. being thnt the company form-
Mr liiilL , r ," Kr0r;'.'-I'' " ' Co.,,nlM had no right to ex-
Mr. Haiighs said that, in the forest , ,.,. i.mi.i ,., .,... ...
ii iiiui, in me- .uresis
were masses of the le-lu vine growing
on the ohta and
o.h,r trees. The fir.
in sweeping through the forests would
will buy eighty votes if spent fur
eighty single copies of the llulletln
with the nevvsbo)s or nt the business
olllce. This amount of money. If ox
ohanged for a receipt for n six months'
subscription to the llulletln, will s
cure 3'0 votes. Ono dollar for one
year's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles tho subscriber to 100
Tho prlzo ohercd by tho llulletln Is
on exhibition In tho window of It. i
Wich.unn, f17 Fort street, and will bo
presented to tho playor receiving tho
greatest nuniDer of votes at tho closo
of the contest Oct, 15.
' Votes deposited ut this ofllce will
bo Included among tho scattering until
tho conlostnnt has received a total of
,o ' 10. From that time tho names will b"
first burn all the dry portions of the
vlnts nnd then, when the leaves bad
fallen to the ground nnd become sealed
by the heat there would be another
and sometimes n worse coullagratlon
As to the rain In the district Mr
Houghs slid that, since the first fir
started, t tit re had bees only 4 few light
(.bowers which did not constitute even
u drop 111 a diickii wnen tne siuppagt.
of the flics Is taken Into consideration
Paauhati Is getting Its drinking wa
ter from Kiikulhaele, a place some ten
miles awav. Three wagons nre kept
going between these places night mid
da. 'I he people at Kukalau are gut
ting their water from I'aaullo.
As a closing statement In the tall:
on the Hnmakua llres. Mr. Haughs
said "Nothing moie can he done than
U being done nt the present time."
Y. M. C. A. REVIEW.
ii.e prospectus number of the y m
!, A. Review Is out. It Is brimful of
Information regarding the work of the.
Association and is Just the thing for
those who want to know what Is being
On the front page Is tin
Hitching posts should stand still.
Men should keep moving. This book
Is full of points for men who wlah to
git ahead: who have been huntlnil
"Jobs." hut pre fer 11 steady "position."
What ou nie to be depends largely
epnii now ou spend ine nours ueiwecu
dinner und bed-time.
HAGEY CURE CASE
TRIAL GOES AHEAD
j jipW Qjjr Rules that the Partner
. . ,
ship in Honolulu Must Ans
wer for the Value
Gear gave his ruling on tho
ir nmwnlt In Ihi. nsn nf llir.
.r nonsuit In the case of Har-
Magoon and others this
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u M)m,.w,mt advanced with his re-
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,nlnK There was no objection made
to " l""',',''"'e f the Jury.
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"I""1 "' " "'" "'"" M"
gaiding the value put into the partner-
chip by Harrison two thousand
pounds ($10,000) represented by sheep
valued nt that amount there was mat-
ter to go to the Jury. It devolved on
! the defendants to prove that Harrison
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If It was simply a matter of author-
ity. Mr. Magoon, Mr. Mcfltocker uud
Miss Ijimh'H contract would not have
been sufllelcnt, Yet Mr, Abies, one of
the partners, signed the ng.cemcnt ac-
l-nowledglng the two thousand pounds,
a ml this fact was sufllelcnt to place the
local partnership on Its defense. The
motion for nonsuit was denied.
Mr. Ilallou, after the ruling, endea
vored to raise a new point. He admit
ted that the defendants could not en
rich themselves at tho expense, of the
plaintiff, but ii suit for damnges for
bleach of contiaet was not the proper
mode of procedure. The plaintiff might
have sued directly for the recovery of
the vuliio ho paid the partnership.
Judge Gear declined to alter his rul
ing and thn trial proceeded.
I.. M. Vetlcsen exchniieeil bis na
tlvu allegiance to the Klnc of N'orwrev
nnd Sweden for American citizenship
neiiirei jinige j.sieo tins morning. Act
Ing United Slates Marshal Hendrv
and J, F Humbiirg were his aoousore
HONEST WEAR FOR THE MONEY
18 WHAT EVHRY HUYER WANTS AND nXPIJCTS.
So it Makes
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you can deiend on having your
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Judge Estee Introduces
ANSWERS OF DEFENDANTS
ARE STRICKEN OUT
Written Ruling in Pearl Harbor Con
demnation Suits Question of
Jury Trial for Argument
Judge Kstee ruled out the amended
answe-rs of the delcndnnts In tho
Pearl Harbor condemnation Btilts this
morning. Tney were In two sets Flirt
were- thu Oahu Sugnr Co. tne On'm
icnilway c Ijind co, the II. P. Hlslmp
Kstato and the Honolulu Plantation
CO. all Of Willi ll nimln !.., Ill,, nil......
tlons In defense besides a general ele
nlal, without verification by oath.
Then thero was the Dowsett Ksla
wnlch made) simply a general denlnl
of all tho allegations of the complain:.
Mr. Sllllman of Hatch & Sllllmnu
was the sole representative 01 all tu
defendants pr nt, wmle Acting Die,
trlci Attorney J, J Dunne representel
the- United States Covernment. Cap
tain Merry, commandant 01 the llon--1
ti In naval station, nud Captain Pon.l.
conimaniiing the u s. H lioquols,
wen- In atte ndaiue-
In tho course of a written decision,
going fully Into authorities. Judge ;
lee found that the practice ot tne- Hn
iwallan courts in admitting unverlflel
answers 10 sworn complaints was uat
In accordance with American luw mil
practice. .10 said the practice In que
lion appeared lei be original with the
I The- purpose of all pleadings, tli
couit explained, wns to make tho is
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answer tbeieto exnlblted the natiiri
of the delense. 1'bo answer renulrel
"' ''. Vf1""1 '. tho mmplnlii-.
Th. 1 ...nrt. ill ... terliig ; the a.ucnd.-l
n"c'rH stricken from the tiles, nllovv-
,,,l the defe-ndnnts three elas In wnlc'i
to llle newly amended answers. Thc-.i
would require to be engrossed an- v
n .,. ,.,iii,j ....1.
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'X' ZVtSI; court
im(i notlilnK to sav in tnn nis.ier. It
wns the) right ut any nartv. the rieht
of every American citizen, to exc-pt
' anvthlng done In that court.
. -"r- HliUmnn remarked that It had
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'"'-,' '" H"n practice to submit
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JllUKO Kl)t(. nJoneil v;ltn a ,,,,,
Hint he had discovered a great ele-cl
nlw.nt th.. Ho-oil... ...! .1
lV"t the lawafian p,
these cases had como b,
It was announced by
that argument on the nil
trial for the condemnatlo
...... mi ..wnu.aa,, ifiavilVV OI11VU
question of Jury
iiiui nir ine iiiiicie-iunaiio.i cases woiui
be heard at 10 o'clock on Thursday.
NV'!! J,r- !'" "' "'ready discuss-
iM. me qiie-sciou ai some lengtn, liu
court Intimate,, that It would not limit
counsel on the coming occasion.
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'"'r t,,,lt '!f HIiik vessels are lost at
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woiked SI hours a week;
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