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Vol. XI. No. 1997.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, MONDAY. NOVEMKER 18, 1901.
PniOB 5 Cbntb.
The Hot Air Man Tells
Who Broke Open a
WEALTH FROM INDIA
a Morning Paper Was Let
A Startling Theory
Abies Burglar Dis
couraged. If "the ambitious Individual con
nected with the local Customs Do.
partment," who, according to n locul
paper, os responsible tor tho blow
ing open of a aafo In thu Hawaiian
Hardware Company's store last week
will call upon F. W. Maklnney and
I.. C. Abies he will hear something
from them which will be to his advun
tago. "From tho statement of a
member of tho I'ollco Department re
garding tho attempt to And valuables
trom thu Orient In a safe which had
arrived here from Cincinnati, it would
appear that tho pollco nro bigger fooln
than they look." said an Interested
party this morning. In this bold, bad
robbery tho United States Customs
pcoplo nro brought Into promlueneo
as having broken Into the safe. Tho
notion ror this Is salil to nave ueeu
tuo suspicion that there were dla
uionds from India and Jewelry In It.
From the progress thnt tno robber
rondo he must have wanted to hau
worked tin to the snfc-ernciJiig by de
grees, ns he first entered nut ouicu
of Messrs. Mnl.lnncy nnd Abies, on
Tort street, nnd after rnnsncklng It and
piying open their desks, lie went tu
tno hardware, lompnny's store-room
nnd blew open the sale. In the officii
Jltst entered ho took a gold watcn
fiom Mr. Moklnnoy's desk. In Mr
Abies' desk, he found nothing of vnlutf
Tbeio Is n big snfu In Mr. Abies, of
fice which contains tho books of tho
real estate man. In anticipation of
burglars, Mr. Abies has pasted a sign
on Ills safe-door which leads ns fol
lows; "This snfn Is not locked.
'Should you find It so. It Is a mistake.
Hlng up telephone 376 and get tho
combination. Don't blow open tho
door, ns in these bard times I cannot
afford to bavo It fixed."
tho burglar was In doubt us to thn
vi'raclty of this statement ns ho tam
pered with thu combination und lock,
ed tho BUfe. He missed four dollars
and Homo good cigars' by not Inking
heed of tho notice. Mr. Abies Is hap
py over the. safety of bis wealth, but
correspondingly cast down over thu
evident doubt tho burglnr had of thu
statement pasted on tho safe-door. Ilci
stated this morning thnt the burglar
hod possibly bad dealings with leal
vstato people before.
The. Customs Houso people who are
accused by tho gcntlcmnu connected
with tho pollco of bnving burglarlz.
tho hardware company's warchouso
are very much worked up over tho
published statements In tho mornlug
paper. Some of tho men want to
have tho matter looked Into and tho
man rcsponslblo for tho statements
"called down." Others think that tin
wholo thing Is a hugo joke, nnd that
tho pollco aro blaming .hem because
they made such a good record stealing
bases in tho latu baseball tournament
Sonio of them aro of tho opinion that
oven If there was a suspicion that the
sufo coming from Cincinnati was full
of diamonds from tho Orient, it would
not have, been necessary to have gono
slyly to work to commit burglary
when the law gave them tho right to
so to tho storo and ask that the safe
bu opened. uThls, they say, would
Imvo been tho proper way of doing It,
hut tho pollco, having their own way
of doing things, think tbut all other
officers do tho samo way.
Thu manager of tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Company said this morning that
of courso If tho pollco said that tho
sufo which was bioken open camu
from tho Orient, It must have He.
bimsolf was not sure tnat it had not,
and that during tho time of tho strike
In Ban Francisco nearly all tho goods
from tho States wcro shipped by way
of China and Japan and brought bora
In tho steamer Mokolll, which was
During tho dull times of tho
past eight months
have beon sold at
Tho prlco paid for theso
110 lots was
Some of those lots havo
been resold 'at an advance
of from 2S to CO per cont.
No buyors at College Hills
are oucrlng their lots at tho
original prlco, becauso Rap
id Transit has mado thorn
Intrinsically worth at least
a 25 per cent advance.
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
specially chartered to do tho work. II
Is cheaper to ship goods from Cincin
nati by wny of China and Jnpnn, al
though It takes a few days longer."
If lu tbclr endeavors to catch the
burglar who broko open tho safe, the
sleuths are losing nny steep at nights
they might havo their minds set at
rest' by calling on Mr. Maklnney and
getting a description of tho watch
which was stolen, so that In caso they
sec any of tho Cuntoms men with the
timepleco they will bo ablo to set tho
commission of the bold deed on him.
Wnlluku, Nov. 16. Tho old buildings
of the Dtsmnrck stables havo been de
molished nnd a new and larger one,
built on modern lines, Is rising In tho
place of the old rickety shanties. Tho
new company which owns theso popu-
lar stables will make them up-to-date
In every respect, when completed, they
will be without doubt the finest on
The old bougnlnvlllea plant which
had adorned tho front' of the old office
lias been cut away to give room for tho
Although It Is a pity to sco such a
beautiful ornament to Main street cut
away, yet It was in the way of progress
and had to go. The old offlco has been
removed to the back part of the prem
ises nnd a new one will be erected on
the same site where the old ofllco
stood. New hacks nnd horses will be
added to the stables. Mr. Dortficld,
who has been temporarily acting as
manager, has left for Honolulu, and a
new manager will have to be appointed
lu his stead. 'l"he new man has not yet
TO HI VACATION
Ah Tuck, tho Chinaman who hay
been In tho hnblt for years past of
ueKKiug uuns on inc streets ot till
city, was arrested In Mclnerny's cloth
ing store by High Sheriff Drown Sat
ni day afternoon. Mr. Drown happen'
ed to be In tho store when the China
man entered nnd snw one of tho cur.
tomcrs approached. 'This man drop
ped ten vents Into tho Chinaman's hat
and then tho arrest followed.
Ah Tuck camo up for trial In tho
I'ollco Court this forenoon. Ho stated
that he had como out of Jail about a
month ago and that he had a place to
eat and sleep. Ho had done no beg
ging on tbo streets since tncn. Judge
Wilcox thought a whllo and then sen
fenced tbo man to six months' Imprls
onment at hard labor on tho chargu
or vngrnncy. The prosecuting officer
having remarked that tho Chinaman
had omo out of Jail In much better
shape physically than when be had en
tered. Judge Wilcox remarked that
perhaps another trip would do the dv
Ah Tuck is a Sco Tup, and ns thero
happened to be a number of his clnu
In tho room at thu time, it was theq
nnd thero decided thnt as soon ns the
man comes out of Jail n purso will bt
taken up and he will bo sent back to
Chlnn, there to pass tho remainder of
Ah Tuck has been for a long tlmo
U veritable, nuisance on the streets of
Honolulu. Ho was In tho hnblt of re
turning to places where ha bad pre
viously' obtained monoy until from
sheer sdf-defence, pcoplo wero forced
to put "dm out. Then agalu. lie is Ip
not aB bad condition physically as ho
makes out. When In tho contlnes ol
the Jail, he Is as lively as a cricket and
his video loses all its hoarseness.
STAR (liEK WN
Thero was a protracted meeting of
tho Governor's council this morning.
Presumably tho matters under deliber
ation aro none of tho public's business,
for the presH was refused, after the
meeting, even an Inkliug of any ques
tion or thing discussed within tho Gov
crnon's secret chamber. The meeting
broko up nt 12:40 o'clock. Secretary
Cooper, Attorney General Dolo, Treas
urer Wright, Land Commissioner E. 8.
Hoytl nnd Private Secretary Hawes
weio present with Governor Dole.
UNDER TWO FLAGS
Tho popularity of tho Nelll company
was fully demonstrated Saturday
night by tho packed houso which
greeted the performance of "Under
Two FlagB." In many respects this
version of Oulda's rcmarkablo novel
wus a strong characterization, and
that it was appreciated was fully
shown by the liberal and enthusiastic
applauso from tho cntlro nudhnco.
Miss Chapman as Cigarette was cer
tainly at her best, and her brilliant
Interpretation disappointed no ono,
Even tboso who had seen Ulanchn
Dates In thu part agreed that Miss
Chapman's version was of tbo highest
character and has never been played
with more brilliancy, fire and spirit.
"Cigarette," as the central figure,
was well sustained by the eutlro com
pany, and "Under Two .aga" will ba
favorably remembered by all who
Mlokal, a Japaneso, has Just been
released from tho pollco station after
having served hour hours on tho
charge of contempt of conn. It seems
that tho Japaneso appeared In the
back end of tho court-room with his
hat on. A pollco olllcer was sent down
to tell tho follow to remove his hat
but hu would not do bo. Tho Deputy
Sheriff looked at tbo Judgo and tho
Jiulgo looked at tho pollco officer
standing near by. Ino result was the
sentenco already suggested.
It is safer to heap coals of flro on
another's bead than It is to pull blm
over tho coals.
Sugar Industry Managers
Review of the Year's Work
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Sugar Planters' Association convened
In the Chamber of Commerce hall, over
Castle & Cooke's, at 10 o'clock this
morning. Thero was a large attend
ance, including tho following:
F, A. Schacfcr, president: (loyal D.
Mead, secretary; John M, Horner,
chief owner nnd manager of Kuknlaii
plantation, 1'aullo; John A. Scott, man
ager of Hllo Sugar Co., Hllo; C. C.
Kennedy, manager of Walakea Milt
Co.. Hllo; H. M. Whitney, editor Plan
ters' Monthly; C. F. Hart, owner of
Nlulll plantation, Kohala; T. S. Kay,
manager of Halawa plantation, Ko-i
hala:. (Ico. N. Wilcox, chief owner and
manager of Grove Farm; P.
McLane, manager of Koloa Sugar Co.;
J. Watt, manager of Honokaa Sugar
Co.; Henry Deacon, manager of Pcpco
kco Sugar Co.; W. M. Olffard. of W.
O. Irwin & Co.; Geo. H. Robertson and
E. F. Dlshop, of C. Brewer & Co.; T,
Cllvn DavleS of Theo. H. Davles Co.;
E. D. Tenncy, of Castle & Cooke; An
drew Adams, manager of Kahuku plan,
tntlon; J. P. Cooke, of Alexander &
Daldwin; Geo. Chalmers, manager of
Walmannlo plantation; J, T. Crawley,
director of Association experiment sta-1
linn: jas. uiub, manager raaubati
plantation; aco. C. Hewitt, manager
of Hutchinson plantation; C. Hcdc
maun, manager Honolulu iron Works;
Henry WatcrhoiiBe, of II. Wnterhouso
& Co,; John P. Molr, manager Onomea
Sugar Co., Hawaii; K. R. Oldlng, man.
nger Kohala plantation, Kohala; W.
Pullar, manager Honomii Sugar Co.,
Hawaii; Geo. Ross, manager Hakalau
plantation, Hawaii; Jas. G. Spencer, of
M. rva ra m Pa ra Pa fa Pa ta rvi f-a fci
STATEMENT OF HAWAII SUGAR CROP, I900-I90I, FROM
OCTOBER I, I900, TO SEPTEMBER 30, I90I,
Hawaii Mill Co
Walakea Mill C
Hllo Sugar Co. ..
Onomea Sugar Co
Pcpeckco Sugar Co
Honomii Sugar Co
Hakalau Plantation Co ,
Laupahoehoo Sugar Co ,
Oolinla Sugnr Co
Kukalau Plantation Co
Kukalau Mill Co ,
Hamnkiia Mill Co
I'nauliau Plantation Co
Ilonokna Sugnr Co
Pad lie Sugar Mill
.Nlulll Mill and Plantation ....
Knnnla Sugar Co
Union Mill Co
I law I Mill (II. H. Hind)
Kona Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. Co.,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co. .,
Olaa Sugar Co
Klpahulu Sugar Co
liana Plantation Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Pal a Plantation
Hawaiian Com. & Sugar Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co
..oncer Mill Co., Ltd
Klbol Plantation Co., Ltd. ...
Walmanalo Sugar Co
lleela Agricultural Co., Ltd.,
Kahuku Plantation Co
Walalua Agricultural Co. ..,
Ewn Plantation Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Honolulu Plantation Co
Kllauea Sugar Co
Makoo Sugar Co
I.lhuo Plantation Co. ,,,
Cliovo Form Plantation ,
Koloa Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co ,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. . .
Gay & Itoblnson
Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Kekaha Sugar Co ,
Kstato V. Knudscn
Grand total .
HAWAIIAN 8UGAH PLANTERS' ASSOCIATION,
Ily Its Acting Secretary, ROYAL- I), MKAD.
Honolulu, November 15, 1901,
Pacific Hardware Co.; F, Weber, man
ager t.lhue Plantation Co., Kauai; C.
M, Walton, manager of Hawaiian Agri
cultural Co., Pahalft; II. M. Kenton, '
assistant manager Union Milts Co.,
Kohala; II. Derg, of (Irlnbaum & Co.;
Geo, It, Kwart, manager of Kilauci
plantation, Kauai; Dr. Averdam, dlrec-1
tor Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Co.'s
works; Wray Taylor, Commissioner of
Agriculture; It. P. Haldwln, president
of principal plantation properties on
Maul; W. Pfotcnhnucr, of 11. Hnckfeld
Co.; J. A. Low, manager of Hono
lulu plantation; August Ahrens, man
ager of Oahu plantation; Charles M.
Cooke, representing various corpora
tions. Ucsldes tho roll of Individual
members, the rolls of agency firms and
plantations were called by the secre
As the minutes of last annual meet
Ing contained a summary of discus
Ions, the reading took considerable
President Schacfcr read his annual
rcpoit, which was ordered printed Ip I
the Planters' Monthly and later. It was
voted to allow it published In the dally i
The becretary then read his report
for the past year. It was also ordered
printed In tho Planters' Monthly.
Following Is the full text of the re
port: Secretary Mead's Report.
At the annual meeting held In Oc
tober, 1900, tho following gentlemen
wero elected trustees' of tho associa
tion: F. A. Schnefer, J. II. Atlicr
ton. II. P. Haldwln, W. G. Irwin,
F. M. Swanzy, II. A. Isenherg. Oco,
I W. a Irwin a. Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Plantation Co. ....
Paaohatt Plantation Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. Co.
Hakalau Plantation Co.
Hllo Sugar Co ,
Kllauea Sugar Co
I Walmnnalo Sugar Co
, Olowalu Co
I H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
I.lhiio Plantation Co
drove Farm Plantation
i Koloa Sugar Co
I Kekaha Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Klpahulii Sugar Co
Kukalau 1'luntatlnn Co
Oahti Sugar Co
Hawaii Mill Co.. Ltd
Theo. H. Oavles A Co., Ltd.
Walakea Sugar Co 10,800
l'opcekeo Sugar Co 7,173
laupahoehoo Sugar Co 5,604
Kukalau Mill Co 2,000
llamakua Mill Co 7,808
Nlulll Mill 1,516
Union Mill Co 2,00.1
llcecroft Plantation 325
Mcllryde Sugar Co 2,208
Puakea Plantation 145
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Walluku Sugar Co
.Honomii Sugar Co. i
Mnkeu Sugar Co
Ouomea Sugnr Co
Ookala Sugar Plant. Co. .
Cattla & Cooke, Ltd.
Walalua Agricultural Co.
Kwa Plantation .
Kohala Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. .,
Alexander & Bajdwln, Ltd.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hawaiian Com. & Sugar Co....
Kihel Plantation Co., i.td
F. A..3chaefer A Co.
Honokaa Sugar Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
M, 8. Qrlnbaum A Co., Ltd.
liana Plantation Co 2,774
Kahuku Plantation Co 7,072
Henry Waterhouse A Co.
I-alo Plantation 1.CD3
Gay & Itoblnson 1,564
Halawa Plantation 1,357
D. F. Dillingham Co., Ltd.
Olaa Sugar Co 1,150
J. M. Dowsett.
Walanao Co 4,020
Hcela Agricultural Co, Ltd.... 1,607
Hind, Rolph & Co.
Hawi Mill (It. It. Hind) 2,727
H. M. Von Hon.
Kstato V. Knudscn 676
M. W. McChesney & Bon.
Kona Sugar Co 1,600
II. Robertson, W. P. I'fotenhauer und
Thu trustees 'so elected chono tho
following o Ulcers for the ensuing year:
President, F, A. Schacfcr; vlco pres
ident, C, Ilolte; treasurer, II. A. lsen
berg; secretary, W. Pfotenhnuer; au
dltor, J. II. Athcrton.
lu April, 1901, Mr. Uoltc resigned
ns vice president and trustee, nnd
Mr. W. O. Irwin was chosen to Oil
the vacancy; and lu July of tho samo
)ear Mr. II. F. Dillingham was elect
ed trustee In placo of Mr. Ilolte, re
signed. In August, Mr. 11. A. Isenherg ro
slgned as treasurer nnd Mr. I'foten
hauer resigned ns secretary and, trus
tee, and Mr. W. O. Smith was elect
ed trustee, treasurer and secretary.
In October, Mr. J. P. Cooke wna
chosen auditor In Mr. J. II. Athcr
ton's absence, and Mr. It. I). Mead
was appointed nctlng secretary and
treasurer during thu absence of Mr.
Forty-three meetings of the trustees
have been held during tno year, be
sides many conferences.
The attention of tho board or trus
tees has been devoted very largely
tu the labor question. As usual, since
tho formation of tho association In
U82, thn question of obtaining labor
ers for agricultural nnd mill work has
been ono of tho most important. Dur
ing tho past year, after much difficul
ty,. 29.10 laborers havo been brought
Irom Porto Itlco, besides tho Intro
duction of nineteen ncgioes from tun
Southern States, scveuty-slx Italians
and 105 Portuguese, and a number
of negroes has also been obtnlued by
ono of the local firms.
Tho experiment of 'bringing such
negro laborers did not provo success
ful, ninl no further attempts In that
direction were made,
Tho Italians, though few In num
ber, hnvo thus far proven satisfactory
Crops. Tho crops harvested for tha
year ending September 30, 1901, hnvo
yielded well, amounting in nil to 360,
Experimental Station. Thn Kxnerl-
mentnl Station has been maintained
nnd efficiently conducted during tha
past cnr. Mr. Illoiilu, tho director,
has done very emdent work. Owing
to Illness, Mr. lllouln resigned In Au
gust of this yenr. and Mr. Keknrt has
been placed In chargu pending the np.
polntmcnt of his successor.
The expense of maintaining the sta
tion Is considerable, but there seems
to bo no question as to tho valuo of
tho experiments mndu and work done.
A meeting of delegates from nil tho
Islands was held In August of tnls
year, nnd tho results of tho mooting
havo tended to establish co-operation
and better understanding among thn
managers. Such meetings will bo held
uvery three months In Honolulu.
HOYAL II. MBAIJ.
Acting Secretary Hawaiian Sugar
Honolulu, November 18, 1901.
Mr. Tenney moved, seconded by Mr,
Kwart. that the old Hoard of Trustees
bo reelected. This required a unanl
mous vote, which was accorded. Tho
president announced that the officers
would bo announced by tho trustees In
E. D. Tenney and O. N. Wilcox wcro
appointed a committee to endeavor to
secure n delay In sailing, for twontv
tour hours If necessary, of tho steam
ers Kinau ami Mauna I.ou and one
Tho committee returned and report
ed that Wllder's Steamship Co. would
hold tho Klnau over from noon till S
p. m., nnd the Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Co. would do tho same with the
Mauna I.oa. The W. O. Hall and tho
James Makco would sail for Kauai at
5 p. m. Tuesday, and the Mlkahala at
the same hour Thursday,
(Continued on page 4.)
A warrant Is now out for tho nrrcsl
of Frank" Corrca, a Portuguese, on tho
charge of selling adulterated milk. He
In nllnt-nil t,i linvo until ivnt.Mj ltl
to n .TntmnnRn. It la itiiilni-utrw.,! Hint
other arrests of the Bamo naturo will
scon uo made.
Maria Mnxado has brought suit
against Mnnoel Sllva Maxado for di
vorce on thu grounds of cruelty and
non-support, l.lhelleo nllcgus that on
ono occasion her ..usband struck and
her and knocked her down.
Androw Cox. Donuty Shorlft of Wal
alua, will bo in tho city tomorrow. Ho
lias been summoned as a wltuoss In a
caso In tho Circuit Court.
Tho band will glvo a concert In Km
ma Squaro as usual this evening, be
ginning nt 7:30 o'clock.
Tho Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers pnekhges to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
all parts of tho United
States nnd F.uropo.
Ofllco. 1047 Bethel St,
oppoBlto Honolulu Market.
SHOWN IN EXHIBIT
IN FEDERAL COURT
The injunction Suit Against Rapid
Transit Company Continued
Till Friday Morning
The injunction suit of the Hawaiian
Tramways Co. against the Honolulu
Rapid Transit Co. had another airing i
liuthe United States District Court.
before, Judga Bstee, tins raqrmivg ana
went over until Friday morning next.
Attorneys Dunne and Do Dolt filed
their nuthorlty from W. II. Pain to art
for plaintiff, along with Mr. Pain's au
thority to engage.
An affidavit was filed from Mr. Pain
giving a history of the Hawaiian
Tramways Co. and his connection with
It. Ha says he has been manager since
ISS9 and part of his duty.ls to protect , temporary writ of Injunction against
the Interests of the company hero. As jK u jjoj-, Superintendent of Pub
Just before these proceedings ho had c Works and Cotton Dros., to stop
untlu'd doings of the defendant which tlio construction of tho new Terrltor
wero detrimental to the Interests of tt wi,urf now building mauka of tho
the plaintiff, ho employed tho attor- railroad wharf.
neys mentioned lo take proceedings In
a court of competent Jurisdiction for
the protection of the company.
It Is alleged that all the Territorial
laws relative to foreign corporations
had been compiled with. Hacking this
allegation is nn affidavit or a. B.
Smithies showing that as ft clerk In
the Interior offlco in 1888 no initiated
the documents filed there In conformity
with the laws.
In October. 1899. ho-dlscovered that
the documents wcro missing from tbo,
interior oiuce nnu wroto to iiiiiion ior
fresh copies, which on arrival wero
filed by the late Paul Neumann.
Among the documents last filed, on
January 1. 1901, was tho financial
statement required by law. This show-
ed the following Items, ns appear from.
tho copy now filed In court;
Shares Issued, 13,000 nt $23. $323,000 00
Paid-up capital. Including
debentures 475.000 00
Amount paid ns dividends.
6 per cent for year ending
Jan. 1, 1901 19,500 00.
Oross Income for jtar end-
Ing Jan. 1, 1901 1I6.68S 07. and to place obstructions In said bar-
Running expenses Tor same , bor nro Federal questions arising un-
ycnr 87,599 f,f,id-r ucIb of Cunrress nnd tho proper
The lourt continued the caso until
Friday to allow proof to be exhibited
of Mr. Pain's authority from the Hn
wallan Tramways Co.
biff Aa stands
DENIES THE MOTION
Original Legislative Minutes Should
Have Been Produced Tramway .s
Emblezzlement Case on
Judge Humphreys this morning de
nied tho motion presented by A. G. M.
Robertson, on behalf of W, K. Rath
burn, Indicted for perjury, to quash
the Jury panel for tho prebent term.
High Sheriff A. M. Drown, Edgar
Cavpless. clerk of tho Senate, and Sol
omon Mehcula, secretary of tho Houso
of Representatives, were put on th
stand to pruo that the Ualllff Act was
Illegal. Tho legislative officials pro
duced the printed Journals, but tho
court ruled that tho original minutes
should have been produced.
Deputy Attorney General J, W. Cath
cart opposed the motion.
Louis Ollwa, alias Ollwa Kane, was
put on trial for embezzlement of $46
from tho Hawaiian Tramways Co. Tho
following Jury wus empaneled: Jas.
M. Sims, Geo. W. Macy, Isaao II, liar
bottle, H. S. Swlnton, R. A. Dexter,
Jns. K. Mcrscbcrg, John M. Davis,
Haughton C. Illckerton, Kdward Wood
ward, James Kalialepua, John A No
bio and Geo. K, Kala.
Defendant was an employo of the
Tramways Co. V. A. Douthltt Is prose
cuting nnd Wm. L. Whitney defending
blm. At recess tbo evidence wag all
In and a motion was pending to direct
tbo Jury to find a verdict of not guilty,
on the ground, that tbo prosecution bad
not shown criminal Intent. It appears
that tho defendant had a number of
overdrafts charged against him, when
ho left tho company's employ without
having squared his accounL
Ah I.oy, tho keeper of tho gambling-
den mentioned In another column, and
who was nrrested Saturday night
along with a lot of others, was tried
on the nddi.lonal chargo of vagrancy
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon. Hu
pleaded not guilty, saying that ho had
worked for two weeks during tho
month of September. When all tho
fuels became Itnuwu to Judgo Wilcox,
tho defendant was sentenced to six
months' Imprisonment nt hard labor.
Ah I.oy Is ono of tho best-known ol
,ho Chlncso gamblers of tho city.
C. T. Amana was to havo appeared
heforo Judgo Hstee for dlschargo from
bankruptcy this morning. As bo wat
detained tho matter went over till tomorrow.
MB OF KHE
Oahu Railway Enjoins
Construction of New
CORPORATION CLAIM THAT
TERRITORY IS ENCROACHING
Harbor Lines As Laid Down By
Secretary of War
Hearing to be Held
Judire Kstee this mornlne Issued a
The motion will be heard at 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon and the'rlgTits of
The railroad In Its bill claims that
the Secretary of War of the United
states has heretofore laid dowa tho
boundaries of the Harbor of Honolulu.
That portions have been set apart for
tha numoses of navlcntlon within tho
limits of which no obstruction cm law-
'fully bo placed. That the complain-
ant cornorntlon Is the owner of land
fronting upon said line of navigation.
1 That tho Superintendent of Public
Works and K. C. Cotton nro now with-
om right or warrant driving spiles In
n,u nitvlgabto waters of tho harbor aid
Rrc constructing a wharf beyond the
harbor lines established by tho War
That said building causes an ob
struction tu navigation in said har
bor nnd causes complainant special
damage by cutting off tho complain
ant's snld lands.
Thnt the question nrlslng respecting
the right of defendants to disregard
11,,. net nf thn Secretnrv nf War In An.
fining tho limits of Honolulu harbor
-onstnirtion 01 ram acts.
Th.' complaint Is sworn to by Mark
P. Itoblnson, treasurer o. the O. IL Ac
Hatch &. Sllllmnn appear for com
plnlnnnts. Bminn Square MuaIc.
The band will play tho following se
lections at a concert In Emma Squaro
this evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Rond to Glory Kllng
Finnic II Trovatoro Verdi
Grand Selection Lucia .... Donizetti
(a) Kaunnoe o Koloa.
(b) O-l Hoi Ha.
Miss I. Kelllaa.
(d) Malkal ke Makanl o Kohala.
Mrs. N. AlapaJ.
Cornet Solo Sea Flower . . . . Rolllnson
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection Tho Uurgomaster
Sextet Florodora (by request). Stuart
March Florodora Stuart
The Star Spangled Banner.
Every ono has heard of the remark
ablo woman, the Dowager Empress ot
China, but not perhaps her name. It
is Yehonala. George Lynch, a writer
who was with the allies In China, men
tions It In a new volume. He thinks
Yehonala the most marvelous woman
In tb world, and the Chlnoso not the
least remarkable nation.
should bo carefully aelectod
apd every attention given to
having thorn a perfozt tt
Laird & 8chobir" 8hoM
for children are wotl known
to bo tho Ones', mado. Wo
have 6000 pairs of thee
shoes In stock and can sure
ly please you.
Mothers who like to see
l.ielr children well and com
fortably dressed should
, come and seo us. Tbey roar
feel assured that every caro
will bo given to having
baby'a foot properly fitted.
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