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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. KOVKMHKU 1:1 1901
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1 KNOT ACT
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The Entire Jury Panel
Is Challenged By
CLAIMS THAT THE LAW
WAS IRREGULARLY PASSED
Did Not Have Three Readings in
Each House Dual Language
Point May Be
Attorney A. 0. M. Robertson opened
nn attack on the Bailiff Act, in the
First Circuit Court, before Judge
Humphrey thin morning. It was af
ter a demurrer to 'the Indictment of
Wllllom K. fUthburn had Deen over
ruled and the defendant had pleaded
not guilty. ' ,
While Deputy Attorney General J.
W. Cathcart -was awaiting the court's
response to his request to set the case
for trial, Mr, Robertson on behalf of
Rathburn entered a challenge to tho
entire panel of Jurors for the Novem
ber term- The ground was briefly
stated as being that the Jury was sum
moned by an officer of that court with
out authority of law.
Mr. Robertson asked to have- a time
set for argument of the challenge.
Counsel for defendant desired to pro
duce evidence, on the matter.
,i'Vo hold that the Bailiff Act was Ir
regularly passed by tho Legislature,"
toncluded Mr. Robertson.
Mr, Cathcart wished to have the
matter set for the earliest time possi
ble, as It affected other cases besides
that under which It hud been present
Judge Humphreys set the hearing for
Mr. Rolifrtnon was asked outBlde tho
courtroom what lino ot nttack It was
proposed to take against the Bailiff
"The principal point will be that tho
bill was not read three times In each
house before passage," was the reply.
Being asked If the question of dual
languago In tho Legislature would bo
raised, Mr. Robertson said that he had
not quite decided about raising thai
The demurrer that was overruled
was on tho point that different assign
ments of perjury wcro Improperly
mado In one count of tho Indictment.
Mr. Cathcart produced a long array
of authorities, all ono way, showing
that Indictments for perjury might
differ in this respect from those for
other otfenscti and that It was enough
to convict If one assignment were prov
ed though tho others fell to tho ground,
Mr. Robertson admitted that the
Deputy Attorney General had the
books, all on his side. Still ho believed
tho rulo there laid down to bo Illogical
and Inconsistent with tho usual prac
tice In criminal jurisprudence. Sup
pose there wcro twelve assignments of
perjury and each man of the jury took
It that but one of them had been prov
ed, every Juror differing from the rest
a-to which one, then tho defendant
would be convicted virtually by ono Ju.
ror against eleven.
Judge Humphreys thought the rea
son for the rulo probably lay In tho
fact that the charge of perjury was
baked on the narrative of a witness as
a whole, which If false In any pur-'
tlrular would render him guilty. II
tho asslgnmcnto, Instead of being
grouped In ono count, were made
separate Indictments it might make
tho defendant liable, to conviction of
so many separata offenses of perjury
as would Involve sentences cumulating
In a term far beyond that of his natu
ral life. There was a difference, In n
caso of unlawful liquor selling which
had been suggested by defendant's
counsel, becauso every separato salo of
The Quick and
aro now running overy 20
It takes no longer to go
to Collcgo Hills by Rnpld
Transit than It does to go
to I'llkol St. by slow Trams.
But tho cool air and line
views mako It llko a differ
Invest n nickel In a rldo
thoro this afternoon.
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
liquor constituted a distinct offense.
The testimony of a witness In one ap
pearance as such, however, was re
garded as a single transaction no mat
ter how many false statements It might
The natives aro talking on the
streets today about the proposition to
put up Princo Jonah Kalanlanaole as
ono. of tho leaders of the 'Home Utile
party and tho sentiment has nl ready
gained a great deal Of. strength. Ho
it looked upon by the old people as a
natural leader and the younger eln
merit are only too glad to have an alii
iu their rankB.
Prince Jonah Kalanlanaole Is a
ycitng man with a very lorccftil char
acter who, when ho starts out to dn
n thing, does not dilly-dally, but rushes
straight to the front and takes a posi
tion by storm. Ho has always shown
this phase of character and this Is
why tho natives aro so anxious to have
him an nctlvo worker in their ranks.
With him as a leader, the natives be.
Ileve they will surety hold together.
SUGGESTION OF A LADY
REIARPINI NEW PARKS
Hawaiian Trees and Shurbs Becoming
Extinct Beautiful Would be
a Park of Tropical
Lately tho question has been broach
ed as to whether there has nut bceu
too much exotic selection In official
treo planting and forest propagation
not only In and about Honolulu but
throughout the Territory. On thta
subject a Hawaiian lady who Is well
known as an enthusiastic culturlst of
house and garden plants has address
ed the following remarks to a represen
tative of the Bulletin:
"1 have read an artlclo In the Ad
vertiser on 'Appropriate Trees,' In
which tho writer refers to the 'bor
rowed distinctiveness of other 'zones'
and says the tourist Is not charmed
with famlilar growths of our native
"It Is true. Hawaiian trees, somo
of which arc charmingly attractive,
and nlso pretty creepers are beginning
to becomo extinct. In fact, It Is trua
with regard to tho larger proportion
of our mountain vegetation.
"Now I think It would be quite in
place for you to agitato for Hawaiian
tropical trees and other growths of tlio
native soil through the Bulletin. There
ure a couple or moro parks In pros
pect. Why not suggest that ono or two
of these future parks be entirely plant
Hawaiian trees, creepers and
"Surely nothing would be moro
charmingly attractive than n public
park in tropical luxuriance. Wo luivo
enough of foreign trees and shrubbery
In our public grounds.
"In tho planting of n park much caro
will be required for the successful
transplanting of our mountain trees.
Hawaii and Maui would probably bo
the only Islands where the full variety
of Hawaiian vegetation could bo pro
"Rosemary," in which Mr. James
Nelll and supporting company will bo
it in hero at tho Opera House tomor
row evening, has ono of tho sweetest
levo stories running throughout tho
play that ever camo from tho pen of
a playwright. Tho.story opens In Kng-
land In tho year 1838, with tho elope
ment of pretty Dorothy Crulckshanlc
and William Eastwood. They como to
grief on tho start of their (light and
aro rescued from an uncomfortable sit
uation by Sir Jasper Thorndyke, a
kindly squlro of 40 years, who houses
them for tho night. The nngry par
ents arrlva soon after In bot pursuit,
and aro alto taken caro of by wlr Jas
per, wno acts as peaccmniier and alter
ward taken all tho parties concerned
off to London to view tlio coronation
of Queen Victoria. Tho elderly squlro
fulls in love with Dorothy, and tho lat
ter returns it, but only as thu lovo ol
a child for a father. It Is during the
visit to London that ho realizes tho
hopelessness of his affection, but in
order to cherish her mumory ho buys
thK. houso they havo occupied during
the ceremonies as a sacred shrlno to
return to on overy anniversary of this
occasion, tho nnai act snows sir J a
per, a totterlhg old man of 90 years,
returning for tho Inst time to this
Mr. Nelll will play tho part of Sli
Chinese Fnlr JHnturdny.
,On Saturday afternoon from 12 m tn
n p. m. there will be a salo of fancy
and other work In tho St. Andrew's
Cathedral school room In aid of St.
Peter's Mission for the Chinese Tho
nrrangemeuts are in tho hands of a
committee of Chinese members. Be
sides tho regular fancy, candy, (lower
nnd other stands, there . will bo ont
placo whero n special collection of
Fljlnn articles will bo offered for sale.
Admission will bo 26 cents for ndults
and 10 cents for Bchool children, A
largo number of tickets havo already
Get your periodicals bound nt tho
EVENINO BULLETIN'8 Bindery.
On Every Hand Dole is
Blamed for Stub
bornness. OPINIONS OF SEVERAL
MEN ON THE MATTER
Trips of Superintendent of Public
Works Boyd and Marston
Campbell, His Assistant,
Slmc the Interview with Treasurer
Wright appeared In the Bulletin yes
ti rday the talk of the streets hag been
on the special session that the heads
of the various departments of the Ter
ritorial Government sec no way out or
and that the Governor persists In say
ing ran bo gotten along without. Bo-
low will bo round a few things that
aro being said about today and that
httve been brought out by tho inter
A very prominent man was seen
walking down King street today, and
he was asked what ho knew. Follow
ing out what had evidently been his
train of thought beforo ho encounter
tho reporter, he said! "A special ses
sion Is certainly needed. When tho
Treasurer of the Territory says so.
then It Is time for deep thought.
"Why, I had n conversation Just now
with a man and ho asked me this ques
Hon: 'Don't you think that the trips
of Superintendent of Public Works
Boyd and his assistant, Marstou
Campbell, 'aro simply bringing out
moro nnd moro every day tho need tif
a special session. Kvery place these
officials have gonn they have Keen the.
need of public Improvements. They
arc spending money on their trips, and
yet'thero Is no possibility nt their
v.uik comlug to any good, .Mr there is
not the money In tho Treasury to car
r out the recommendations they keep
Another prominent man, a real es
tate agent, had tho following to say:
' t hao not a doubt In the world that
the present condition of the money
market In tho Territory Is being caus
ed by tho stubbornness of Governor
Dole in refusing to call a special sea
slen. What such a course would mean,
any man ran plainly sec. It will bo
the means of setting money Into circu
lation where nt the present time It Is
tied up so tight that wc arc all in
"I will Just give you ono Illustration
of the tightness of tho market, nn Illus
tration that I htivc had occasion to
run up against moro than once, even
ciurlng the pant fortnight. Not long
ngu I was In tho habit of dcmundluu
and getting half caBh on pieces of
ilujrLiij KW.ttl 1,11,1, lutll IU IIIU iltll'
Now I am lutky to get
$25. It Is a caso of settling at thin
rntu with $10 a month thereafter until
tho land Is paid for, or of not selling
at all. People simply have not thu
money nnd tho keynote to tho whole
thing Ih thu present condition of the
Treasury of thu Territory. There Iv
not enough money comlug In to pay
tho running expenses and tho Treas
ury is gelling ileeper into tho hula ev
ery duy. When tho Government Is
bankrupt, then you want to look out
lor tho money market."
mill another man was met fnrthcr
alcng the road, and ho had tho follow
lug to uny: "I can state on good au
thority that, during thu pust few days.
iin snares or mo Ayuxna sugar Com
pany, which, by purchase of n control
ling Interest, has becoino In reality a
pnit of Hwn plantation, was sold al
1110. and It will be remembered that
within a year past J. O. Carter said
that tho stock wus worth $300. Thcr
has been no changu In mo Intrinsic.
value of thu plantation stock, nnd ot
tlio stocK has gono down to thu price
1 havo quoted. Whcro docs this state
of affairs como from? It Is simply
tho fault of tho money crowd that now
has tho situation In their hands. 1
dlsllku very much to say Itj hut It looks
very mucn to mo as it tho Governor Is
playing In with tho crowd I mentioned
In refusing to grant thu special sessiou
that Is so much needed.
"I have learned something else In
ronnertlon with this recent buy of tho
Apukaa stock that shows conclusively
tl.cru has been a gigantic sthoiim
worked. It Is stated on tho very best
of authority that this stock will pay
not les.i than 60 per cent on 'tho capi
talization, in dividends, within thu
ji goes tho tnlk all ovet tho streets
today.' Governor Dole is being blamed
on all hands. A groat many other
conversations might bo given here, hut
thu situation Is too well known and
understood. Au a closing Interview,
the following Irom a business man ot
tho city might ho of Interest:
It is Just this way. Governor Dole
will havo to takq thu responsibility of
n bankrupt government or call a ape-
rial session. Hero all over tho Islands
jou will find that tho roads and streets
thnt havo cost millions of dollars m
build aro going to lack and ruin. Bv
tbo application ot a llltlo vi.rk at the
1 resent tlmo. thesu loads and streets
would bo saved, but. If thoio Is to be
tm special session, It will bo a case
of wult until tlio noxi regular session
and by thnt tlmu thesa thoioughlarci'
will bo In such condition that only by
Iho expenditure of ihreo or iour time?
ilio money It would tost nt thu present
time; will It bo posslblo to put them
In good condition again. I'or tho life
of mo I cannot nee why thoro Is this
sttihbornucsR on Iho part of tho Gov
ernor. It Is ceitalnly uothlng moro
ban stubbornness, for u blind man
could seo tho nocosslty of monoy In
tho Treasury na soon an possible."
DEBT-IS VET UNPAID
NO MONEY COLLECTED
TO PAY CASTLE & COOKE
Monthly Meeting of Chamber of Com
merce This Afternoon War
on Rats Will Probably
The monthly meeting of tho Cham
ber of Commerce Is called for 9:30
o'clock this afternoon. While there la
not n long order of business In sight,
several matters of great Importance
will be due for consideration.
It Is ascertained by Inquiry that
"not n thing" has been dono yet to
ward carrying out the arrangements
made last month for paying Castle &
Cooke the eight thousand nnd odd
dollars due them on the Quarantine
wharf and warehouse. An apportion
ment of tho money among business
houses was adopted then, the commit'
tee reporting It being continued In
office to collect the amounts.
Now another quarantine subscrip
tion comes up to the Chamber, thnt for
expenses of ridding the waterfront of
rats. This matter will probably be one
of the chief items In today's business.
Secretary Spencer will present n let
ter from the Ixiulslana Purchase Ex
position Company inviting the Cham
ber of Commerce' to take an active ln
tcrest In the World's Fair to bo held at
St. Louis In 190.1. Accompanying the
Invitation a variety of literature per
taining to the event has been received.
Among the publications Is a monthly
magazine, "World's Fair Bulletin,"
containing forty pages nnd Issued -nt
the price of $1.50 a year. The maga
zine Is well Illustrated. In the ac
count of the driving of the "cere
monial stake," this being tho start o'f
work on the World's Fair grounds,
which took place on September 3.
JUDGE ESTEE'S MILD
DOSE OF DISCIPLINE
United States Case Breaks Down
Effort to Complete the Edrcuns
Judge I'.fcti'i mildly disciplined n
1 1 mint juror In tho United Stntcs DIh
(rut Court this morning. F. (lHmItli
ot the good men nnd true, nnswered
not when his name was ailed. An
attachment was Issued under which
Marshal Hendry pmduced thu mthslug
man about 11 o'clock. The Court let
him off with a Hue of $2.:il Just tu
cover the costs of tho writ of attach'
Henry Arlnns and Angela Hritadn
wero placed on trial for adultery, the
following Jury being empaneled: John
Callahan. J. K. Schubert. Charles K.
Murray. It. M. Duncan. W. J. I III key,
George II, Turner. John 1). Holt, A.
1). Kcroggy, II. K. .Mosuman, George
I". Thleler. II. C. Morton and Harry
Tho (lulled States put on threo
vltnesscfl; tho defense none. Mr.
Crclghton for defendants moved that
the court Instruct the jury tu render
i verdict of not guilty. After irgu
ment thu motion was grunted und tho
lury acted accordingly.
Tho trial of Chung I'ul and Kosnhi
v.ns set for this afternoon. Judge Ksteu
Qiinuum ing that If possible tho trial
' Kudu und Yamaguehl, tin) last of
ho Kdmuuds Act eases, should also bu
got tluough with today.
CHARGES GRII88 CllliAT.
A warrant has been sworn out fur
for the arrest of J. Wassenrroolc on
tho chargo of gross cheat. J. N.
Henry, who makes tho complaint, al
leges thut Wnssencrook obtained 550
1 1 oin him for tho purpose of paying off
a certain amount duom furniture thai
wns being held in Han Francisco sub
jret to his payment of tho amount
Ilu alleges further that Wassencrook
told him ho Intended to pay oft the
amount nnd then send thu furnlluru to
Honolulu. It would bo sold hero and
then thu money borrowed would bo
paid back. Henry savs further still
that not a cent of tho money has been
paid and ho has seen nothing of the
Whllo the police will mako duo and
dllllgent search for tho man mentioned
In tho warrant. It Is not ilkoly that be
will be found, for It is learned on good
authority that ha has gono to San
he Merchants Parcel Deliver
Delivers packhges to any
part ot tho city for luc up
Try them. Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped n
all parts of tho United
States nnd Europe
Ottlco, 10t7 llothcl St.,
' opposite Honolulu Market.
TRUANT Hi iED
THE BARK RIIHET
Off Molokal on Friday
MILES TO NORTHWARD
Worst Storm Ever Felt by Caplain
McPhail-Reular Cape Horn g.
The hark Ii. P. Rlthct arrived here
Oils morning nftcr a trip that was re
markafilc for rough weather and
storms nftcr the Islands were sighted.
She left San Francisco seventeen days
ago with ii light cargo and made fair
progress with good weather until Fri
day evening last when she was off
Halnwa, Molokal. There about, mid
night a terrific northeast gale struck
her and she was compelled, to lay to.
Captain McPhall was of tlio opinion
that In the morning the slnrm would
be over, instead of subsiding howect
the wind nnd sea continued to grow
moi e fierce nnd soon the vessel wns
tiborlng hcally under topsails. With
the weather as It was It ok derided to;
bend for. the north to keep the vessel
off shore nnd ns the storm Increased
she was driven before It until Sunday
nt t o'clock in tho afternoon when ns
suddenly-as It came the wind subsided
and the vessel wns put back after be
ing drhen about tuu hundred miles
off her course.
The Rltlict had n small deck load ot
potatoes, gasoline and other small
stuff and most nt this wns tost or so
badly battered that It will he of but
little use to the consignees. Soma
of the deck load wns saved by being
put below soon nfier the waves, began
to come on deck. Captain Mrl'hnll re
ports the storm as regular Capo Horn
weather nnd worse than any that he
has been In In all his trips to the Isl
ands. The vessel being light wns a
good target for the winds nnd at times
it looked ns if she would roll her masts
nut. Many times she was on her beam
ends nnd ns a result of tho buffeting
she rccehed she has qulto a list to
port through (he partial shifting of her
cargo. When the great wars camo
aboard (he deck cargo mid sailors wero
badly mixed up and nlthotigh she wns
high out of water she look more wntcr
aboard than when she has been In
rough weatlur deep Inden with sugar.
On Sunday afternoon the vessel's
heml was turned for Honolulu again
nnd she made fair weather of It until
she wns picked up this morning by tho
earless. Soveral ttlnes during the
rontlnuanrc of the gnlc It looked as If
It was nil up with the staunch hark and
nllhough the storm subsided the
weather continued thick nnd until (ho
light on Molokal was picked tin at mid
night last ecnlng. the position of the
es8el wns not certain.
vupium .uci-iniii ami ins crew were
ery glad to get In tho leo ot the Island
nnd nfter their terrible experience And
themselves safe In port. Thnt there
were no accidents Is looked upon as the
greatest good luck and fortunately for
the vin.el tho deck load which was
taken on nt San Francisco wns a unull
This trip tl.o Illthet comes .without
male lleyrolds who slnrc tho vessel
wns hue has bren promoted to tho
conimiuiii of n ship of his own. His
plate has been taken by an eastern
win. !) name Morsn who has had a
long experience In vessels Iu deep wa
Captain McPhall was rnngintiilateJ
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j ... .... ,y 4,, v, ,ii4 uniiuiu mm morn
ing on his lucky escape fioin dlsasvr
In the tcirlflc galo which has mode Ha
effect felt on different Islands of thu
1,-icnp. Wl'h the ("long gale and high
hen (iKoiinttird lie cunelilMF himself
fortunate that ho dlj t10 reach Hono
lulu by way of tho Pull, or by steamer
from Molokr.1. '
W. W. Nuedhnm mot with a most
painful accident Monday noon while
riding homo on his bicycle. Ho was
about to cross tbo tram tracks In
frcnt of au appioachlng enr on Hero-
tanln street near Punchbowl when
tho wheel slipped cm tho track, throw
ing Mr. Needham to thu ground with
such foico that his hneo can wns
biokcn. Ho narrowly escaped being
run over by tho car.
A lOXY TRUANT.
Manuel Tolxlern.'a thirteen year old
Portuguese boy, wns In tho Police
Court this forenoon on tho charge ot
truancy. Tho nrrcst wna mado by one.
of tbo truant olllocrs yesterday after
noon at tho lequcBt of ono of the
teachers of tho school to which Manuel
has been In the habit ot going. It
seems that tho little fellow has for
snmo tlmo past been going to school In
the morning and of leaving for part"
unknown nt about 11 o'clock.
Tho first tbo mother knew about thu
matter wns yesterday when tho nlflrcr
appeared at Iho house. Tho hoy had
been In tho habit of leaving the school
and oT going away somewhere to play
until the usual time for the letting out
of school. He would then return home
as If he had Just left the school nnd
hence the mother has had no reason to
suspect that her son ns playing
Judge Wilcox advised the mother tn
go home nnd get a shingle. This should
be applied frequently in the usual
place. Tho little fellow would prob
ably then feel a little moro like obey
Ing the parental commands.
Kuoxvllle, Tcnii., Oct. 19. Cnpt.
Klchmond P. Hobsun arrived hero to
day to attend the dedication by the
Daughters ot the American Revolution
of the monument marking the site of
the homo of Gen. James W. White,
founder of Kuoxvllle, who was Hob-
son's grcat-great-grnndfnther. The
ceremony took place this afternoon on
the lawn of the suburban homo ot Hon
J. C. Groner, where Gen. Whlto s house
"TOBOGGAN" PLACE UP ON
EWA RIDGE OF TANTALUS
Plea for Playgrounds and Public Park
For School Children of City
On the Kwn ridge of Tantnlus Is
now n place Iu the thick grass that
has huon worn down until it is ns
smooth ns glass and ns slippery ns ice.
It is to this spot that for months past
children iiom all er the city havo
been going to whllo away tho hours
ot the afternoon v. lien their duties at
school hnvn been completed. Kvery
day children may bo seen trudging up
the Punihbowl road carrying barrel
slates worn smooth by constunl uso.
Tho walk to the place does them all
the good In the world, mid when they
begin to slide down the hill thuy cer
tainly hare a most delightful time.
i:ach tlmo It Is n caso ot walk back
acnlu when they reach the bottom of
the slide, but the tun Is worth It nnd
they get the exhlllrattng exercise In
tlio fresh air.
genllemun who happened to sen
the chltdien sliding down this placo
3 number of days ago said It wan a
pity that tho chlldien of tho city wero
not glen more opportunity lor Just
such places as the ono on Tantalus. In
tin city hi thu United Stntcs of tho
slzo were thero such poor facilities for
the enjoyment of the children ns In
Honolulu. The sehoolB or tho city wero
(inwdeil and It was about time tonm
steps should he taken toward the es
tablishment ot a public playground.
This place had hi en picked out by
the fhildicn mid It had been converted
Into a healthful playground simply by
censtaut sliding. It showed the natur
al trend of thu outhful mind when the
duties of tcliool wero over, and this
tendency should be fostered and not
nipped In tho hud, as seems to have.
In en the .case tu Honolulu.
Tho ninny friends of Mrs. Hllza Mac
fiirlauo mid family will be pleased tn
liarii that tho venerable lady Is pro
Bies3lng very fnuiruhly toward recov
er) from the tinfortuuato accident
whereby her hip Joint wns fracture.
TliU gratifying condition of iho patient
can, at her age of seventy-seven years,
only bo attributed to n remnrkably
sound constitution nnd n scrcnu men
HAVfJD COAL OIL.
Captain Nelson of the schooner
Mnrla H. Smith wus up hefnie Collec
tor of Customs Staekable yesterday on
a rhurgo of sailing his vessel on tho
last trip down from tho Sound with
out putting out tho sldo lights nt night.
The matter has been placed in the
hands ot the United .States district at
torney for nn opinion.
AN IDEAL IIU8UAND.
Of the scveinl clever plays from tho
pen of Oscar Wlldo, tho ono universal
ly admitted to bo Ills elo crest Is "An
Ideal Husband," In which Mr. Jumes
Nelll mid company will ho seen hero
nt tbo Opera Hotibu. Mr. Nelll will
be seen as Lord Goring. The rolo has
a dellcnto fuutnstlu charm and clever
. m .
Mr. WrliJht'Hlrifrvlrw .
It was "outstanding warrants" not
"bonds" that Treasurer Wright men
tioned In his Interview on Territorial
llnnuces reported yesterday. The
amount of f l,i3'.',000 for pormunent lm
piovemcitts wanted should not have
been stated as exclusive of tho round
million probably to bo required by thu
Public Works department after Mr.
lloyd completes his official tours of. tho
W. A, Ualdwln, a nephew of Hon. H.
P, Ualdwln mid manager of ICnuuku
plantation, this Island, lias been ap
pointed mnnagcr of Makawcll planta
tion on Kniial which placo was left
vacant by the death of Hugh Morrison.
Mr. Baldwin's plnco nt Knhukii will bp
taken by Andrew Adams who has strv
cd a number of years at I2wu Plan
tation nnd Spreckclsvlllo. Mr, Adams
was nt ono tlmo on tho rcportorl.il
staff ot tho Advertiser, and Is un Inti
mate friend at J, B. Castlu,
11 1 EN
Slayer of Toyo Jackson
JURY SPENDS NIGHT
IN HAWAIIAN HOTEL
San Francisco House Sues Honolulu
Store-keeper Protracted Argu
ment in Supreme Court
Papers on Files.
After being out nil night, havinit
beds at the Hawaiian hotel, the Jury
returned a verdict before Judge Hum
phreys this morning, finding Knoka
guilty ot larceny second degree.
J. M. Vivas has brought suit, on a
llilo District Court Judgment, against
Maria (1. I.evlnho. with A. O. Sllva,
treasurer of the Portuguese Mutuil
Benefit Society, garnishee for $163.32.
The Meycrsteln Company' ot San
Francisco has brought suit against f,
Seo Khtaroo, a Honolulu merchant, fir
SfilG on a bill of goods.
Mrs. Vlda has given a bond In $1000,
with II. C. Vlda ns surety, on her In
junction suit ngalnst Charles B. Gray.
Silvester Supper, as executrix of
tho will of Christian II. Bertclmamu
and as guaiMlan of the minor children'
of deceased, has by his attorney, T.
MiCnnts Stewart, filed demurrers to
tho suit of Frank C, nnd Henry O. Ber
telmnnn against Francis M. Brooks ami
Schweitzer & Co. vs. C. J. Flshel was
still being argued before tho Supremo
Court this morning. Argument began
before noon recess jestcrday.
Judge Humphreys sentenced Knoka
to Imptlsonment nt hard labor lr
months mid to pay costs.
Yin Soon pleaded culltv to two In
dictments for larceny second degrcu.
no was sentenced in each case to Im
prisonment nt hard labor one year.
KIM Is on trial this afternoon for
manslaughter first degree, tho follow
ing Jury being empaneled: Jonah K.
Nnklln. Jacob Ijindo. William Her-
rick, George W, Macy, John A. Noble,
Guy Livingston, Arthur K. Jones,
Louis A. Koslln, Joseph Richard. John
S. Aiidinde, Ituby A. Doxtcr and Her
mann Levy. , Tho defendant Is accus
ed of causing tho death of Charles
Bombay on Mar 21. 1901. without mal
An amended plea In bar has been
filed by Leon M. atraus on behalf of
William lister, tho gist of which is
that, by reason of defendant's former
conviction and sentence to twenty
years' imprisonment for manslaughter
by thu slaying of Toyo Jackson, bis
piescnt Indictment for tho snmo of
lensu should be dismissed. Kstcr Is
nnu of tho tinnsltion period prisoners
set at largo under u writ of habeas
, Attorney Chllllngworth found him
self Iu ery much or n pickle this
morning. Ho was duo In tho Pollen
Court at 11:30 o'clock and In tho Fed
eral, circuit ami Hiiircmo Courts a
half-hour later. At tho pollco station
this forenoon, ho asked another attor
ney -for advlco In tho matter, and thu
hitter held out his hand for a retainer.
.ii r. uiiiiungwortn. having got a taste.
of tbo medicine that is usually pro
scribed by attorneys, laughed and
walked off, but thu retainer was not
William Richard of llonokaa. who
somo tlmo ago was badly Injured In
tho foot by tho accidental discharge
ol his shotgun, Is In tho city. He has
alieady undergone two operations on
tho injured foot, nnd In a few days ho
Is to undergo another and moro eorloiii
one. Thu physicians In chargo of his
caso will tal.o n pleco of Ucsh from
ouo part of his font and graft i. In tho
piuco nun wns torn nway and that
ehows such n disinclination to heal.
should bo carefully sclcctod
and every attention given to
having them a perfect fit.
Laird & Schobar's Shoes
for children nro wcil known
to bo tho finest made. Wo
nnvo GOOO pairs of theBo
shoes tn stork and can sure
ly please you.
Mothers who like) to seo
vaclr children well nnd com
fortably dressed should
como and seo us. Thuy may
feol ne-sureil tnat ovory cam
will bo given to having
baby's feet properly fitted.
11)57 FOkT STREET.
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