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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWALl, TUESDA.Y. NOVEMBER '2H 1H01
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First Pearl Harbor Suit
Jury Trial Now
IISTIICT ATTOINEY DUNNE
BELIVERS 0PEN1NQ ADBRESS
Lengthy Pleadings Set Forth Prime
Necessity of Land and Plenty
of It for Naval
An official excursion will be, made
to Pearl Harbor by tho Unitrd States
District Court at somo tlmu (hiring tho
trial of tho condemnation suit ngnlnst
tho Bishop Estate. Judgo Kstoe,
counsel, Jury und olHeers of tlio court
will visit the land of which tlio valua
tion by tlio United States (louTimieut
J. J. Dunne, Acting Dlst'rlct Attor
ney, opined tho case to tho Jury this
morning. The pleadings quoted by
him aru of great length. In thu ducla.
ration by the (lovcrnment Ih set forth
Hie necessity of liming u nual station
at, l'earl Harbor, both from tho dovcl
opniciit of American commerce in tho
Pacific and tho requirements of na
tional defense, l'earl Ilarbor In alleg
ed to be tho only refuge for shipping
nnd rendezvous for national vessels
capable of uilcquntu defensive works
wltblu this Territory. Tho need Is
set faith of nmple luticl for burrocks,
ramps, drilling ground, dockyard, dry
dock, hospital and mit rounding
grounds, fortlflrntlons. magazines, etc.,
mIIIi a lew to room for future expan
sion nnd provision for possible emer
gencies such us attack, when grouud
would be ueiessary for tho camping
uf largo bodies of men.
Mr. Dunne cumo to the answer of
tho Oahu Railway & Land Compnuy
to Iho condemnation complaint against
It, when Judge Kstee interrupted him
wllli tlio rautlon that he us In dan
ger of mixing 'up 'different raw. The
Enteral attorney replied that he was
only setting forth the pIcndlngH in gen
eral, Intending to explain the dlstlnc
tloim between tho different cases bo
foio lie nan through.
'Tursuo jour own tourse," renin rl.
ed tho Court, and the reading pro
ceeded. Captain Merry, cominnndnnt of tlio
Honolulu- Natal Station, und Captain
White, civil engineer of tho Navy,
wcro priM-nt tlilu morning.
Among the w linemen In waiting are
Tax Asttsbor Pratt, Tenitorial Hur
ejor W. K. Wall and several real C
A meeting of tho Missionary Glean
ers was held yesterday afternoon at
the homo of Mrs. Thro. Richards. In
the neighborhood of sixty young la
dled n ho haio recently reorganized tlio
loclety, were, present. A pleasant after
noon was spent In tho discussion of
business affairs In connection with the
work of tho society. It was decided.
among other things, to.glvo nwny to
the day. nursery, the clothes which
have been made by tho ladles of tho
socloty to bo given owny to somo
charitable Institution. Sewral com
mittees were reorganized and an ad
journment was taken to tho last Mon
day in December when the society will
meet al the homo of Miss Mary Peter
son. The society has met with great suc
cess during' the. nast fortnight or so.
During that time, nearly fifty people
have Joined tho ranks of tho Oleaners
nnd all heem to be enthuslastia over
th prospects for tho coming year.
Fol'owjng the meeting of yesterday
afternoon, refreshments were served by
Mrs. Richards and a very pleasant so
cial time1 was spent.
, Louis T.ampe, for the past nlneycarH
assistant sugar boiler at Bwa planta
tion, has resigned bis position. Mr.
lAinpo goes to Walanao plantation an
head sugar boiler.
During tho dull times of tho
past eight months
have .teen sold at
Tho prlco paid for these
110 lots was
Somo of those lots havo
been resold nt an ndvanco
of from 25 to CO per cent.
No buyers at Collcgo Hills
are oi.erlng their lots at tho
original price, because Rap
Id Transit has mado thorn
intrinsically worth lit least
a 25 per cent ndvanco.
Geo. 6. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
WYONNa df ::
, SETS AN EXJUME
lly the Nippon Maru's malt tonight
there Is every probability that an' In
teresting and Important document of
a semi-public nature will be forwarded
to the Mainland. This Is a memorial
from the Wyoming colony of Honolulu
to the Congressional delegation of
Wyoming. It Is not a tale of woe, how
ever, regarding arty slings and arrows
of outrageous .fortune from which tho
memorialists suffer In their self-exile.
The burden of the memorial is a re
fpeetful request to the Senators and
Representatives of Wyoming for their
support of the proposition made In the
Hawaiian gubernatorial report regard
ing money wherewith to settle tho fire
claims. It Is proposed, as has become
well known, Hint a portion of tho cus
toms revenue collected in this Terri
tory should be devoted to that pur
pose, Tho Wyoming residents realize, with
their fellow-citizens of Honolulu, the
weight of tho burden devolving on
the Territory from the public calamity
that produced tho fire claims. They
hate therefore responded ns ouo man
to the suggestion of the present action
when presented to them by .lnsph (1.
Pratt, ono of their number. Thcro
will be ubout twenty signatures to tho
Possibly the example of the Wyom
ing colony may be followed by local
colonies (if other States, organized or
unorganized. Of the former dans Is
the lluckeye Club for one.
MARINE IN TROUBLE.
Rlesel, one of the marlnrs from the
Solace, nppenred In tho Police Court
this forenoon on tho charge of lenvlng
his horte untied In tho street. The
arrest was mado last evening by Officer
Hart who was on duty In the vicinity
of tho uptown saloons. Rlesel admit'
ted h.nlng left his horse untied. He
pleaded, howocr, (hat he had gone
Into a saloon to take a drink with t
number of companions. He was In
very mueh of a hurry ns It was neces
sary for him to bo back at tho ship In
a half hour's time. Resides taking a
drink, it wus necessary for lilm to go
to the Ihery stables from which he had
taken the rig. When ho stepped out'
s)de,4o get Into his currlaK(V-ltwiig not
thcro. Later, on ho was arrested.
Rlesel said he was totally Ignorant
of the laws of the country and he was
told by Judgo Wilcox that he should
study up tho laws of the countries to
which he intended going. He had been
fining Chinamen nnd Japanese and he
would hne to lino blm $5 und costs,
the lowest amount he could Impose.
Judge Wilcox further stated that his
horse might have gone a mllo during
tlio three minutes ho was In tho saloon.
Most nny old plug could do that much.
At every gulp of beer he was taking.
tho horse might havo been going fifty
yards. The marine, had nothing to say
nnd paid his flue like a little man.
LODGE LE PROQRE8 BLHCTION.
Lodge Lo Progres, A. & A. S. It.,
lipid Its annual election of officers last
evening with the following tesult:
W. M., L. dcL. Ward; S. W., Wallace
R. Farrlngton; J. W Arthur W.
Neeloy; Secretnry, C. 0, Bockus;
Treasurer, Charles II. Ramsey; 8. D.,
W. H. Ooetz; J. D., David-Dayton, Jr.
The Picture Exhibition.
The exhibition of the Kllohana Art
League rernnins open day and evening
for tho rest of tho week. It has been
suggested to the Bulletin that tho ex
hibition would bo n delightful object of
after-dinner visitation for entertain
ers to offer their guests.
Billy Woods, the pugilist aboard the
Meade, states that bo does not believe
thero will bo any moro fights In San
Francisco on account of tho result of
the last ono held there.
The grades on the roads In tho Llliuo
district ure being changed so that
tho steepest that can bo found
anywhere Is only about five per cent.
Billy Woods, ono of the erv best
fighteis that America has ever scau, Is
here again In tho Meade, aboard which
snip he is an employe.
Mrs. Roosevelt has decided to invlin
ladles' day at the White Hnnsn on
three Sutuidays In December, tho 14th,
ziut and ZSth. Mrs. Roosevelt will re
ceive nil ladles who desire to pay their
respects Without formalltv nt mnk
TheBo receptions will be held In the
oiuo room. Another change is that
Thursday und not Wednesday Is recog
nized as tho date of tho official evening
functions. Wednesday Is recognized
ns tho day of tho Cabinet ladles, and It
was not possible to receive all tho nf
tcrnoon nnd afterwards attend tho
White Houso as part of the official
family, Tho official season this year
will bo short, from January 1 to Feb
ruary 12. Mrs. Roosevelt has also Be
lected Friday as her day at homo to tho
official world, nnd sho will Inaugurate
now custom by receiving her guests
on theso occuslona In the family draw
ing room on tho second floor of the
executive mansion. The Sutnfin in
ceptions to tho public will be omitted
uunng tno olllclal season.
For defying tho rainiest weather
I'vo hit on a capital way,
I cat Bait mackerel for breakfast
Aud that keeps mo dry all day,
. Philadelphia Press.
in Aii m
To Protect Father and
Self He killed
PEASANTS AT MACAO TRY
TO FORCE MONEY FOR ALMS
American Consul at tiongkong Has
Matter in Hand Indemnity
Demanded for Dead
Young Tony Afong, who, with lila
father, tins been residing nt Mnrno,
near Hongkong. Is reported to be In
serious trouble through the killing of
two uf a gang of marauders wr.o at
tempted to break Into tils tatter's
houio several weeks ago. Tho Mory
as related to a Bulletin reporter by
Dr. J. J. Klnyoun, a passenger In tho
Nippon Mnru, and a Irlcnd of 'the
)oung man In trouble. Is ns follows:
It seems that tho elder Afong has
bis country residence at Macao, about
even miles fiom Hongkong, wticro he
Is at times visited by his soOfTony,
Hver since his residence In Ctilna It
has been tho practice of Afong Senior
to distribute alms among tne poorer
classes at stated intennls.
Tho hard times In China recently
nnvo mauo tno poor pcopm; poorer.
and they havo had a great deal harder
time than usual to get along. The
time coming for tlio alms-giving, tho
peasants assembled about tho Afong
pincc and wcro given food and money.
They wcr not satisfied with what they
got and demanded more. As what
was given them was by tho free will
o( tho donor, bo refused to listen to
their demands for more, and ordered
them to leave tho premises.
They crew moro clamorous for food
and money nnd threatened tho house
uniesB they wcro glcn what they do-
sited. Seeing that thcro waa a lla
DlJKyof trouble, tt , compound was
barricaded and, -Tor the protection of
i in- iioiisenom, guarus were' out about,
Tho peasants, thluk that they wcfuld
show their strength by breaking In.
did so, and were met wltn resistance
at the hnnds of tbo people In the
house. They went la in great num
bers, and, thinking that tho lives of
nimseir nnu his rather were In dan
ger, young Afong seized a shotgun and
fired Into the crowd of rioters. The
shots took effect and when tho rabble
dispersed they left two of their num
ber iliad on tho steps.
Tho mitter was reported to thu
Mandarin of tho district and he, upon
Investigation, demanded that Afong
pay to tho relative's of tho dead men
J80.000 Mexican ($10,000). This waa
refused, and tho Afnngs went to Hong
Kong, whcrci they placed themselves
In tho caro of tho American Consul.
Ho now huB tho matter In charge aud
will do his best to Btralghtcn It out.
U was the opinion that on thu pay
ment of a money Indemnity tho matter
would bo settled. Tho peasants
threaten to kill young Tony Afong If
ever hc returns to Macao. Ho Is at
present In Hongkong, where ho In
tends to remain with his lather until
tho difficulty Is settled.
J. II. SCHNACK PREFERRED
TO BE DULY ARRESTED
Got What He Wanted in Very Short
Order Deputy Sheriff Chill-
"I defy j ou to take mo up there.'
'I hero and other words ot a Ilko nature
wcro spoken by J. II. Schnack, the col
lector, In tho Police Court this fore
noon, when ho was politely asked by
the deputy sheriff, Judgo Wilcox and
the attorney of another defendant
with whom ho was concerned in a
rase of recent occurrence, to step UP
before the court. Tho steps leading up
to this little outburst were as follows:
Some time during yesterday, a war
rant was prepared by tbo clerk In the
deputy sheriff's offlco for tho arrest of
three unknown persons charged with
assault nnd battery on a natlvo wo
man, Knmakeo by name, on Novem
ber 22. This morning. It was found
that Harry Juen, tho retail liquor deal
er, was one ot the men wanted and ac
roullngly, tho papers were served on
blm. Tho other two men remained a
mystery until tho I'ollco Court began
Its session nnd then tho prosecution
found out that Schnack, who was In
tho room at tho timo, was one of tlio
other two wanted.
When Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth
read tho complaint, ho stated that
Judgo Davidson would nppear for the
prosecution. Judge Wilcox asked
about tho other two defendants men
tioned In tho complaint and tho deputy
sheriff stated that It had Just been
learned that Bchnack was ono of tho
remaining two. Tho other man wai,
At this point, Mr, Schnack was ask-
ed to make his appearance beforo thai
court but be reftped to do so. Think
ing ani ne dm misunucmocm wnai
bad keen said to blm, the attorney for
Mr. Juen stood up nnd beckoned to
Mr. Bchnack but ho would not come.
Matters then bega to take on a seri
ous aspect and faces Jn the, court room
began to get re -
Finally Judge Wilcox said: "If Mr.
Bchnack Is not man enough to come up
here when requested so to do, it Is
time, that he wan arrested and made to
come." At this, Deputy Sheriff Chill
ingworth asked permission to serve
the warrant on Bchnack. Consent wst
readily given by Judge yrtkeox nnd the
deputy sheriff taking three or four
long strtaB thi-M. the Voea to whore
Schnack waa, sitting, served tho war'
rant- There .waa somo';rcluctanco on
the part of the collector to go forward,
but when he felt a strong hand on till
shoulder, he arose nnd went to the
front. Not n word did be any.
A little later on, It WM thought best
to contlntio the enso until tomorrow In
order to gWo tho police, timo to find
Iho other man concerned In tho alleg
ed case of assault ancrbaucrjr. It w
understood that the "defendants claim
they hail a perfect right to do what
they did. It seems tbat'thoy did eject
the native woman, wno inade the com
plaint against them, f(um a certain
dwelling-house, which they claim shu
wbh occupying without any right.
They not only put her dut of the place
nut tney bundled out ner goods, ami
then took possession. A plea of not
guilty hna been entered In the cases ot
tho two defendants who appeared be
fore Judgo Wilcox this forenoon, and
It Is certain that tbo other defendant,
when ho appcnrB tomorrow, will do the
SEVERAL CRIMINAL CASES
RECEIYE FINAL DISPOSAL
Injunction Against Mrs. Levy Dis
solved by Judge Humphreys
Japanese Illicit Liouor Seller
Has Fine Reduced.
Judge dear nootenfcJ Aktk Doug
las, convlnctcd yesterday ot assault.
iu Imprisonment lor fifteen days, wien
'ladcmlchl, who appealed from a Ann
of 200 and costs for unlawiul liquor
selling, received tho benent of nuilu
prosequi. Also, Manuel Vasconcullcs,
Indicted for assaulting Rosio Otto with
a hatchet. Also, John Brown, inclicteii
for assaulting Aleck Douglas with a
Tom Aukal, alias, 'Komollllll, Indict
ed for stealing nine dollars silver tola,
from Hlnokumo, pleaded guilty to lar
ceny second degree and waa' sentcno
ed to two months. at burd labor,
Kiirtisha, who appealed Irom a find
of $200 and costs In the. District Cnmt
tor unUwful liquor selling, pleaded
guilty nnd was fined iU0 and losls.
William Kolahlkl was put on trial
for larceny second degree, the toliow
lug Jury being sworn: Orty Living
ston, (leargu W. Harrison, Alexander
O. Nlcbolns, James Hahalepua, Harry
S, Hwluton, Haugbtun O. Rtctcenon
Isulah Bray, John M. Davis, Jonah K,
Naklla, Hermann 1-evy, Reuben A
Dexter, John A. Noble
Judgo Humphreys approved tho ac
counts of J. A. M. Osorjo, admlnlH
trntor of the estate of Maria Borgcs.
After hearing tho attorneys In the
suit of Jennie K. Miles against Annie
Levy, Judge Humphreys ordered tno
Injunction on defendant dissolved.
Judgo Humphreys denied tbo mo
tlon of defendant to open default in
tlio caso of Honolulu rlantatlon Com
puny against Kcaumoku. U. C. nit
ting noted exception to tho ruling.
John K. Kckaula has filed a receipt
for $iii!7.1 1, being one-half tho each
balanco In tho estnto of J, K. Ko
(lenernl denials are Sled to tho com
plaints of Kukiill Kami! vs. Klndochl
Okailo. ejectment, and Meyerstcjn Co,
vs. I. Seo Dhtaro, assumpsit, by l M.
Brooks, attorney for defendant In each
In thq cast) of Ilertehnann vs. IlrooKs
et al., It Is stlpnlated that Brooks-himself
havo twenty daya additional to
tho tlmu allowed by law to plead to
Judge Humphreys has made an or
der fixing thu salary of Charles K.
Hllllnmn, Hawaiian Interpreter, at W
a month, instead of IIHB, as from An
gust 1, tho samo nH that of the other
Interpreters, Messrs. nuah nnd Hop
kins, fixed by a previous order.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of thu city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped o
nil parts or tho Unltod
States and Europe.
Otllro, KH7 llothol St,,
opposite Honolulu Mnrliet
8. S.ALAMEDA, Dec. 4, and
8. 8. SONOMA, Dee. 10.
Last oxprcss steamers to coast beforo
Ship our pickageu by
WELLS, FARGO & CO. FXPRESS
With Union Express Co.,
120 King St.
For a Training Ship to
Be Stationed at
SCHEME IS ENDORSED BY
PROMINENT NAYY MEN
Idea Will Have Considerable Weight
On Account of Late
Success of Sa-
Among the many things which
I I'c'W0 Kobcrt Wilcox will try und
""" '""' "" " ' '"and now holds possession with force
Washington will be the stationing of u
iimitii mans warning snip use inv
iMJiucnn. in mis pore iqr me reception
of Hawaiian bred boys who will be
trained for positions In the navy.
The great fitness of the Samojiis as
n-uiMu-n, Mivi, ui-iuKi.ruiii-.iii. iu mu
auemion oi mo navui aumoriues uy
me success mauc oi mo corps or mi-
lives at lutuua. win ue Ufeci as n,
wcugo uy tiKMicicgnio to navo tne mat-,
tut r0 t Ir ilnliut utilti trf iliucinlalmiila
.v. ... ,. ..,...,, a,.,,...,. .,. ..,. . ,.,.
made a permanency. Thc scheme will
oc mm iicmre cue oopiiruiiciii ami
,o iii imitii.u iu ... ... m-
dorscment of men lately In Samoa who
nie in ecry respect capnme oi juuging
in ma ii-.i.i.iiuiiy ui urn uuiii. mil
these indorsements It Is iery probable,
that some arrange ments will bo made,
to either hnc a training ship station-
ed hern or a recruiting eifflco for tho the rent therefrom Is the only mean ment of children.
Iinvy established here aud Hawaiian tmt the plaintiff has of supporting cVr- "There Is no place of any slzo now
w 111 be given nn opportunity to enlist, tain of the cestui que trtmtent who adays without a children's hospital. In
At tho piesent timo tho navy Is very re minors nnd pajlng for their eclucn- deed, It Is really n discreditable refiee
short of men and recruits aro being tlon; that by reason of this agreement, tlon upon tbo many wealthy people
gotten from all pnrts of tho States. It plaintiff did on November 21 put J. P. of Hawaii that such a'consplcuous va
often happens that bujsnro sent to the Jlendoncn In possession of tho premj- cancy In humane Institutions should
ships, who until arrival our the sldc.ses nnd that tho defendant (Markln.ni) exist. Since this clnss has ncglocte.1
have newer nec-n salt water. ThU In a .has expelled nnd "ejected hlrn th-jr. tu responsibility now Is a grand op
manner account for the great number from nnd refuses to permit the plaintiff portnnlty for tho people at large to
of desertion noted by tho command-, ()r tho said Mcndonca to occupy the pro Idc the Institution by general sub
crs of trnlnlug ships In the, past or same. scrlptlon. Among tho different pro-
two. With their nntural loe of tho Ninth That said J. P. Mendoncn de- posnls for n McKlnlny Memorial thero
sea and their bringing up on tho water, maud that plaintiff put him Into quiet j nothing Hint would appeal stronger
i.i-T iiunuimns nnu ouiuwi.iiB mu uuiuk
looked upon favorably by tho Navy
Department. Their bravery und adap
tability to a sailor's life nnd the great
satisfaction they havo always given
aboard deep water essoin makes the
action of the dclegntc In Washington u
matter that will be helped along by
thoBo most Interested In tlu manning
of ships of war with tho best material
which can bo had.
It has been learned at tho police
station that, since tno order of Captain
Wlnslow of tho Solace was posted at
hendqtiartors last night, up to 12 noon
today, eleven airosts of stragglers
from tbo ship have been made. The
Solace nlnays has trouble" ut this port
but her present lecord seems to beat
all previous ones.
WANTS GEORGE MARKHAM
TO MOYE OUT AT ONCE
Last Chapter of Trouble Over Propeity
of W. H. Cummings,
Deceased, Out Pa.arta
P. Wundcnbcrg, trustee, has brought
suit In equity in the Circuit Court
against George Markham for a bill for
Injunction. The plaintiff complains,
In brief, as follows!1
Flist That he Is tho duly appointed
trup.too under that certain Instrument
of trust between Jus. Campbell und W,
II. Cummlngs, dated tho illd day ot De
cember, U9G, mid recorded
Bciond That tho ccstlus quo trus
tent named In this deed aro W. C.
Cummlngs, T, B. CummlngB, Clara
Cummlngs, Esther Cummliigs, Parker
Cummlngs, Jouah Cummlngs, Edward
Cummlne nnd Ernest Cummlngs,
children of W. II. Cummlninj and Clar
issa E. Cummlngs, deceased.
That J. II. Cummlngs has for sever
al months last past been In possession
ot a portion ot Bald premises described
In tho dcod, to wit, nnu of the cottage!,
and certain ot tho outbuildings ou tho
premises In Kullhl
FourthThat tho occupation of J.
II. Cummlngs hns been without any
right or claim of right on his part;
nnd that ho has no right, title or Inter
est In tho prcmlscB, nnd no legal claim
of any description therein or thereto.
Fifth That on November 21, tho
plaintiff after having repeatedly warn
ed J, II, Cummlngs to vacate nnd leave
tho premises, removed the goods and
chattels of J. II, Cummlngs from tho
promises, and took oxcluslvo posses
sion. Sixth That on the samo day, tho
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The Klrc Claims Commission nude
n heavy record this morning. It heard
no less than onl hundred and ten Chi
nese, mcrdiandlvu claims. Such an
amount of work was posslblo only
from the experience tho Commission
ets have gained since the .beginning of
their sessions, enabling t em to np
prairie the evidence of locs almost
at a glance. I
A little special consideration Is be
ing glen the Chinese claims, with re-
gard to their speedy disposition, since
thu Commission became awaro that
tho expense of tho s) stem established
at the Consulate, for handling tho
claims of that nationality, amounts to
at least five hundred dollars a month.
This cxpenso will, of course, be taxed
on tho claimants.
defendant together with J. H. dim
ming?, who acted as, servant of defen
dant, entered upon the premises de
scribed and took violent and fvrclbli)
poskcuslon and more particularly took
I onscsslou of the premises theretofore
occupied by J, II. Cummlngs, and with
force and violence held possession and
excluded the ngentsiof the plaintiff
I ,, aKan8t thc rBi,ts of the plaintiff,
though the defendant haB not right,
i im,, or interest In the said nrnmlsM.
aud no legal claim of nny description.
Scienth That tlio defendant's only
l-l.llm ( In rr-nann it it nrntdtlilml rlnrit
from T 11. Cummlngs to tho defendant.
,cll Jei.,, u ,,rnk(, hy 10 tM T
n. Cummlngs who has filed a suit In
t,,Uj In tho Circuit Court for cancel-
ali,,n ,r t-amo on the ground of fraud rothlng in the Interests of humanity
. . . .......
a,,,, iiMdiiii or lontldcr.ition; mil tnsi
)f ga,i llH., frm T j, cummlngs to
utuo defendant Bhcmld bu held to be .
i,,,,,,, nn(, vulfd one still tho defendant
wol,d llllMI n0 Intorcst. In tho premises
entitling him to possession.
KiEhiu That tho plaintiff has ns
s,,,i, trustee entered Into nn nuree-
ment with J. P. Mendonrn to leaso him
ai Bt the premises described, nnd that
nun peacenuio possession or me premi-
ses without any hindrance or Intcrmp-
Hon from tho said Ocorgo Markhain or
hl agent or servant and also refuse
to pay tho rental for the premises un-
til his request Is compiled with.
TVnth Tim llin ilfffanilnnt la n ruir.l
son without property and pecuniarily
Irresponsible nnd Is unable to respond
In damages tor the Injury he has caus
ed nnd Is Causlug tho plaintiff who
has no adequate remedy at law, and
has only a remedy In equity where
such coses am rellovable.
The plaintiff then nsks that 'Mark
ham bo summoned to nppear to show
cause why plaintiff should not havo
thc relief prayed for and that Markham
and his agent and sonant, J, II. Cum
mlngs he expressly enjoined nnd re
strained from going on the premises
Magoon nnd Dillon for plaintiff.
womns r.un.n meeting.
Tlio Woman's Oulld of St. Andrew's
Cathedral held a meeting nt the von
Holt home on Judd street at 2:1
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Thero
was a largo attendance and consider-
able business was transacted. The
committee In cliargo of tho recent
church fair handed In their reports,
showing that ener IJOO had been real
ized as profits. Arrangements wcro
made for a Christmas trco for tho
Sunday school of the Second Congrega
tion. Scleral new members wcro ad
mitted to tho Oulld. After tho meet
ing, represhments wcro ecrtcd and n
pleasant social hour spent.
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Children's Hospital is
Proposed byv Dr.
J. T. Waysbn.
ufiTUltjr unnr cimv
iMillJlNU olUKb jAULI
NEEDED IN HAWAII
Would Check Appalling Infant Mor
tality Appeals Strongly to
Public Sympathy Milk
Another nomination for tho McKln-
ley Memorial In' tho 'I errllory of 1I
wall It made to the Bulletin. It Is one
that ought to arrest mo attention of
committee ana tiio public, as It
would supply a long and sadly felt
I want In humane Institutions.
Dr. J. T. Wajson Is author of this
latest proposition. To a Bulletin ro-
purter ho eald;
"I would suggest ns the very best
memorial the establishment ot a chil
dren's hospital. There Is certainly
that Is more needed.
"i:u-rybndy Is familiar with tho ap-
palling records of Infnnl mortality
among native Hawaiian children. The
doctors cannot treat Hawaiian chil
dren Buecciufully, becauso the children
c.innot recelio proper nursing.
"Collected with n children's hospital
tliere might to be a laboratory for tho
ifrrlllzlnL- nf mltit i,.l li n. n,.iet,
to cveryliodr than a children'. hnnl.
"We hno parks enough for tho pres-
cut. which are generally neglected by
I . -
EVENING OF LAUGHTER
This evening will be one of laughter
for tho patrons of the Nclll company
at the Opera ftousc, for that most en
tertaining nnd amusing of all fantas
tical comedies "'Nlobe" will bo given.
It hold tho record for laughter mak
ing unci has been played with tho great
est success on threo continents. In
Australia It ran to full houses for oyer
a year. Mis Chapman this evening
will appear In tho, title part ana , Mr.
Nelll nt Peter Amo Dunn. The clever
comedians of Mr. NeJII's force will bo
In their clement tonight and most en
joyable entertainment Is anticipated.
TWO D0LLAR8 A MINUTE.
Ono of Iho Jurors Kopt the Federal
Court waiting for him aoout ten min
utes this morning. Judgo Esteo finod
him tunntv ilnllnt-a l. t.r.A -.
.-hs Mr. Dunne asked tho Court to re-
'"I1 tlio fine, thero being extenuating
circumstances. JiuIru Eaten aniwnmi
that ho had seen the Juror la the build
ing beforo opening of court and thcro
would bo no remission.
Tim friends of Mrs. Julian Monsarrat
will be glad to hear that, after a sue
rcMful operatllon In San Francisco
early In this month, she Is on the high
road to recovery. Sho will bo back In
signed and made at the tVENINU
BULLETIN'S Job Office.
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