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Colored Fugitive Was
STANDING AT BAY
In Kalihi Lantana
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12:30 o'clock Tho nolle c have Just I -nlth Chllllngworth In hot pursuit. Portuguese woman who, when she ww
returned to town from Kallht with thf,Vas hot on tho trail of tho. man who l"t wn" "elng done, rnn after tl.e
negro tugitivo in ineir possession. .. hn(, flrp,, ,hc (lcpil,y ahorlfr 0 ..-..u-. one .. ..uCT. . ..
U now In a cell awaiting Invcstlga- ... , , , ,. . , hot palps.
tlon. It hag turned out thnt ho U none foltow hlm through valley nnd ovcr( Moysman concluded he had better r.ct
other than Edgar Williams, alios Ed- hill ""til "c trailed him to KHllhl vol- a revolver If possible nnd started awuy
gar Hickory, the man who a Btiort ley. cf.lllng tn Mnltland to keep his eyo on
tlmo ngo shot n Chinese laundrymae As tho gray streaks of dawn began the negro. Just at that moment, there
In tho urm at n place near the flshtiir- to show, ho found tho sleeping place
ket nnd was released because the CM-. of the negro who had dropped a lot
Hainan Bald the Bhot was tired ncclden
narncy Joy Is the officer who made
of revolver partridges. He kept on the
trail and Anally ran across the Chinese
tea shop where the fugitive had snatch'
was a perfect fusllndc of stones Irorn
tho bushes and the negro was seen to
stagger'. lloweer, he stood his ground
recovered, brushed tho blood from u
wound over his right templo nnd stood
tho capture. Ho left the station house led n hurried breakfast. Thus he kept n the defensive agnln. The snir-ll
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roiiowinir ino man until ne Koe. 10 me uwjn nu mm ii me uiui-i-i iq
Kallhl camp. There he saw tho fellow flrrd tha mlKslesnt tho negro, hoping
going through nnd making for the to bring hlm down. They utmost sue
bench. He fnltoweil at n hot nad but cee'ded.
lost the man In the brush. While- Mossman went to the Herbert
din hn nMintlmi. thn noil, sintlnn I home. Maltland lost the negro In the
hail l.cen notified and BIcYcle Patrol. I thick hintnna so thnt, when the former
man Mnosman wax .ento.it. This nffl. returned, his services werqfno long
at 11 o'clock to join tho ranks of the
police at Kallhl. He went to tho end
of the Rapid Transit line, gototf
walked up' a bit, went ns far'ap'the
Junction of tho. old nnd new railroad
lines and then followed the former,
Ho had Arrived near a banana patch
when' he BPled a native waving to him.
Ho followed and the native pointed out
tho place where the negro wiislylng
In the bushes. Joy cocked his rcvolvet
and, aiming at the negro lying in the
bushes with a, knife In his hand, ready
to spring, ordered him to surrender.
Joy was backed up by a native with a
shotgun and another with a bascbal
IMgar Hickory did not stir, but when
thu officer got near him, he jumped up
with tho knife ready to slash his own
throat. Ho had lost his revolver nnd
so was out of It. Joy enught him by
the collar and tho natlxc with the bat
Knocked tho knlfciout of his hand, ro
It was nil up with the negro. Ah Joy
led him toward the street, Hickory
sald: "I will go n hundred nnd fifty
yards' and thnt will be where I will
die. You can shoot me,. for I will go
Jusf at about this time, Deputy Sher
iff Chllllngworth and bis men arrived
Hickory wan handcuffed and virtually
curried to a hack 'for transportation
. Yesterday afternoon, Deputy Sheriff
I Chllllngworth received from ono of the
' prisoners at the police station, the de
tails of a plot to rob the Warner
jewelry store In the Btnr 'building on
Fort street, above the Orpheum. At 7
o'clock, ho and three officers set out
for the place. Two hours later, a hack
ontalnlng thrco negroes, drove up In
front of the store and halted. Tho men
gut out, went around to the back en
trance of the store nnd soon returned,
carrying a trunk.
In some way, the officer got separat
ed so that, when the negroes got Into
tho hack with their burden and Deputy
Sheriff Chllllngworth Jumped from his
hiding place, he found he was nlono.
However, he called on the men to halt.
He saw that Dob Williams, a noted
crook, was one of the men and so gave
his attention to the other big mnn
sitting in back. This fellow he could
not seo very well. He jumped out.ot
the hack and put down Kukul street
e'er, not knowing what he was wanted 1"'. Another messago was sent
for, did not take a revolver with him.
Arriving nt about the same time with
There was a big crowd standing near
but none offered to help. As he ap
proached the negro, the latter turned
and fired, but missed. Mr. Chllllng
worth was afraid of hitting someone In
the street, to he fired Into the air. Tho
negro dodged 'into the Club stables
auxiliary plate nnd thus escaped.
In tife meantime, tho other two ne
groes had made good their escape with
the trunk. Mr. Chllllngworth return
ed to the poller station, set men on
tho truck of tho man who had Just es
caped hlm and, later on, went to Bob
Williams' room in Fisher's lodging
house nt Kakaako. There ho found the
man ho wanted In bed. Ho arrested
tho fellow and then, making a search,
found n trunk containing In the neigh
borhood of 12500 worth of jewelry.
At the police station, Williams made
a clean breast of tho whole affair, tell
ing the deputy sheriff In the presencs!
of High Sheriff Hrown, the details of
the whole plot, Furthermore, he stat
ed that he had run to Iwllet and by
dint of swimming and wading, had
In the meantime, special officer
O'Connor had procured u horse and
him were Illcycle Patrolman nichard
Eon nnd Mounted Patrolman Maltland.
Hardly had Mossman arrived In the
vicinity oN the big gate that leadn to
the Herbert plaeo before a crowd of
boys that had collected cried out:
"Here he Is; here, ho Is." The office?
made for tho place, little thinking
what ho hod ahead.
No Booncr had he come near to the
ncgio, than the fellow, wild-eyed and
ajgietslve, cried out: "8top where you
are officer, or I'll split you In two. If
you waut to bold conversation with
me, you Just stand off twenty feet."
There was'nothlng for Mossman to do
but do as he was bid for be bad no re
volver and the negro was nrmed with a
revolver, a knife and an axe; Tho last
uunivu weapon ne una stolen Irani n
Mi IW MD
to the police station anil Deputy Sher
Iff Chllllngworth, Jumping Into n hack
with a Bulletin reporter, went out to
Upon ni rival there, the men were
spread out around the big stretch of
lnntana In which the man was sup
posed to be hiding. Secrnl of tho
men went through the place but It was
ImpoKslble to penetrate the thickest
A little later on, someone cried out
that the mnn wns running along tho
bench In the direction of Moanalua.
In fact, he had passed Moanalua. Ho
could easily be seen as he sped along.
The officers put a hand ear on the
track and pumped two miles or more
down tho road. Arriving at a thicket
opposite tho place where the man had
Inst been seen, the officers made a rush,
only to find that the fellow they had
followed was a native fisherman,
In the meantime reinforcements had
(irrlved. Lieut. Islle and Patrolmen
Copp and Stewart, armeif with rifles,
went up to guard the Kallhl valley por
tion. Assistant Hack Inspector Fer-1
relru was sent to the beach and tho
other officers were disposed at Inter
vals about the lantana overgrown pas
ture. The police at Ewa had already
been notified and Deputy Sheriff For
nandes is now out with his officer!
guarding all pottstblo means of escape
farther down the road.
There Is pretty certain to be trouhlo
when the negro Is Bpotted, He haa
thteatened to kill any officer that ap
proaches him and there Is no doubt
whatever ho means business. Besides
shooting at Chllllngwortn, Knocking
down a Portuguese woman and threat
ening Officer Mossman, he swung his
axe nt a native who. was pursuing him
and Just barely missed the fellow.
By the arrest of Williams four or
five of the biggest robberies In town
havo been cleared up and the reputa
tion of the police department Is sus
tained. ,Tbe man now being hunted In
The Oceanic Company's steamer So
noma arrived here this morning at C
o'clock after a fine passage from the
Colonies. Her time on this trip Is tin
best so far made by any of the new
l.oats and her offirers are very much
pleased with her performance. In ths
teport of the trip Purser Hodson makes
tho following notes: 'Tho Bonorna left
Sydney at 1:30 p. m. on November 26,
nrrlvlng at Auckland at 4:65 a. m. on
Nov, 30. Left again fame day at 3:12
p. m nnd nn Ived at Pago Pago on the
3d Inst nt 0 p. m. Left Pago Pago same
dny nt midnight nnd armed nt Hono
lulu nt .', a. m. this morning. Length
of passage stehmlng tlmo from Syd
ney, 13 days, JS hours, C7 minutes.
Actual time" consumed tmm Sydney,
14 ilnjs, II Imurs, 32 minutes. Experi
enced strong wludi. and rough sea be
tween Svdney rind Auckland. Theflco
to nrrlvul f.ni- uoAlhcr with light to
modera'i! winds nnd Rca."
Tho trip of the Bonumn Is the fast
est ever mndc over the routn wlilcli tlia
new tteiitnerf. take at the niiBcnt tlr.li.
The dlstancV covered wns 0110 miles
and this wns dime in 331 hours. At thta
rate the big veswl made over'flfteen
miles an hour for the whole distance,
At times rbo lodged ninth higher th in
this but had it not 'beeit for the bin
weather met with between Sydney nnd
Aucklandshn would hate made the
run several hours faster than she did.
tip to the" prem-nt run Hip best time
made between Auckland and this city
was liy the steamer Mariposa In April,
1MS2. She. did the dlstnncc In 11 duyi
and 10 hours. Tho Sonoma made this
run In 9 days ami 14 hours or 44 hours
better than thu Mariposa's time. This
was over the same eoureo almost, ns
the Mariposa stemmed 3X10 mites while
the Kiinonitt's course wns twenty miles
Among thu pnHncngetR for this port
were Colonel W. F. Allen nnd wife re
turning after a couple of months spent
In the Colonies. Several other people
disembarked here. There arc a large
number of through passengers for the.
Suetes among whom are Commander
B. F. Tllley nnd wife,- Commander Til
ley Is on his way home having been re
lieved as Governor of.Tiitullu, Ha Jiad
nothing to say regarding the recent
court martial except that he had been
entirely vindicated by his judges.
Tho body of former V. 8. Consul
Osborne who recently died nt Apia, Is
aboard the Sonoma on the way to his
home In the East. It is accompanied
by the son of the dead official.
Although the steamer made such a
fine run to port she wns hustled off a
few hours after arrival and as she had
but little freight for here there was
nothing to delay her. She sailed a lit
tle after 1 o'clock for Ban Francisco
taking a great many passengers from
this port, vlt Is hoped that she will
make another record to the Golden
Gate and by u very fast trip show that
now shii 1b In good running order the
many doubts expressed as to her abili
ty to make fust time will be set aside.
An attempt will be made to get her to
San Francisco by sunrise on Sunday
morning. This will make the time be
tween Sydney and San Francisco about
In Hawaii our aim must be to de- provide for the construction of a Gov. time. But It la necessary to keep It at
velop the Territory on the traditional ernment cable, or else an arrangement thee highest point of efficiency.
American lines. We do not wish a should be made by which like advan-
region of large estates tilled by cheap tages to those accruing from a Govern mot earnestly ak your attention
labor; we wish healthy American ment cable may be secured to the Gov. t0 the wtd0tn indeed to the vital need
community of .men, who themselves ernment by contract with a private of providing for a stubstantlal reduc.
till the farms they own. All our legis- cable company. jton of tar(f duties on Cuban Imports
latlon for the Islands should be shap.. l0 the united States. Cuba has In
cd with this end In view; the well R.,,Dro,ttf mult he tre.,ed .. the h" constitution affirmed what we dc
oelng of the average home maker must hclnTnr ill nu,,, "Ired, that she should stand, In Inter
afford the true test of tho healthy de-' handmaiden of Protection. Our first - -
velopmcnt of the Islands. The land '. Vl-rilM,! :!'" rel.tloni with us than with
policy should, as nearly as possible, J"". dd i. JalnialnTrt -?nd an other power; and we are bound
be modeled on ouMome...ad system. rre'cVrocU bVlotorlo "far bvry consideration of hoffbr and
I regard It sary, with th..lf SoSttr'1"0"1 'nJ"ry ur?.ed,n"n.,n?e".eT.7'marrui
end In view, to re-enact Immediately
the law excluding Chinese laborers
and to strengthen It wherever neces
sary In order to make Its enforcement
Our present Immigration laws are
unsatisfactory. We need every honest
and efficient Immigrant fitted to be
come an American citizen, every Immi
grant who comes here to stay, who
brings here a strong body, a stout
heart, a good head and a resolute pur
pose to do his duty well .n every way
and to bring up his children as law
abiding and God fearing members of
Either Congress should Immediately
Our Government should take such
action as will remedy these Inequali
ties. The American merchant marine
should be restored to the ocean.
The first essential In determining
how to deal with the great Industrial
combinations Is knowledge of the facts
publicity. In the Interests of the
public, the Government should .have
the right to Inspect and examine the
workings of the great corporations en
gaged In the Interstate business.
It Is not necessary to Increase our
army beyond Its present size at this
Whatever the Nation does for the
extension of irrigation should harmon
ize with, and tend to Improve, the
condition of those now living on Irri
Whoever controls a atream practic
ally controls the land it renders pro
ductlve, and tho doctrine of private
ownership of the water apart from land
cannot prevail without causing endur
The wise admlnlstratloln of the for
est reserves will be not less helpful to
the Interests which depend on water
t-an to those to depend on wood and
Kallht Is one of Williams's pals.
tt fc S to tejft to ta rtej to
Judgo Humphreys this .morning di
rected tho Jury trying W. 11. Bntlltium
for pojury to return a verdict of not
guilty, on tho ground of Insufficiency
of evidence produced by thp proaeeu-
lion, it wns uono.
.. 7 . - C-
or szi, in tne District court, ror I as
saulting a Japanese, was granted a
nolle prosequi on motion oLDeputy
Attornev General Cathcart.
Judger Humphreys sustained demur
rer In tho case or Vivas vs. Lovlnko,
with A. a. Sllva. garnishee' and al
lowed plaintiff to fllo an amended com
plaint on payment of costs' to date.
aeorgo IL Carter, guardian of Wil
liam A. Hall, i spendthrift, has filed
a pica in liar to tho spendthrift's pe
Ben Gusman was put on trUl for tllion for tho substitution of John F.
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A kodak ifor Christmas.
Photo Supply Co.
Washington, Dec. 3. Tho Presl struck at In tho sense that power Is cd In n town meeting could bo neccpt
dent's message was submitted to Cun- Irresponsible or centered in tho hands oil ns a protest ngnlnst thnt social In
gress today. It was very long, con- of any ono Individual. Tho blow wni equality which puts a mulcfactor In
tr.lntng n total of 22.UU0 words. The not aimed at tyranny or wealth. It Jail. Anarchy Is no more on exprcs
portions of tho messago having special wns nlmed at ono of tho strongest fllon of "social discontent" than pick
Intercut to Hawaii follow: (champions the wage worker has ever Ing pockets or wifc-bcatlng.
To tho Sennto and Houso of Hepro- had; nt ono of tho most faithful rcpro- The anarchist Is n criminal whose
Hciitntlveu: Thu Congress nascmhlcs hcntatlvcs of tho system of public perverted instincts load him to pro
thls oiir under tho shadow of n groat rights and representative government for confusion and chaos to tho most
eiilamliy. tin tho lith of September whu has over risen to public office, beneficent form of social order. His
President McKlnloy wns' shot by an President McKlnley tilled tho political protest of concern for worklngmen Is
unnrrhlst while attending tho Pan- office for which tho entire peoplo voto, outrageous In Its Impudent falsity,
American Exposition at Buffalo, and nud no Prca!dent--not even Lincoln for If the political Institutions of this
died In that city on the llth of that himself was ever mora eagerly am- country do not afford opportunity to
month. Ilous to represent the well thought-out every honest , and Intelligent sod of
Of the lust severn" elected Presidents wishes of tho people: his ono anxiety toll, then tho door of bono is foroTf'r
ho Is the third who has lui'ii inurdev- In evCry crisis waB to keep In touch closed against them. Tho nnarchUt
with the people to find out what they Is not merely the enemy of system
thought and to enduuvor to give ex-J and progress, but ho Is tho deadly foo
prcsslon to their thought, after bar- of liberty. If over anarchy Is trl
Ing endeavored to guide, that thought umphant It will last for but ono rod
aright. Ho had just been ro-electod moment, to bo succeeded for ages by
to mo rresiuency uecnuse tno major
ity of our citizens, tho mnjorlty of our
farmers nnd wago workers, believed
thnt hn had faithfully upheld their In
terests for four yenrs. They felt them
selves in close nnd Intimate touch
The Bulletin's snsclal industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this'ofnt or
the news-stands. Price 29 cents.
Have pictures framed at Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
cd, und the bain recital of this fait
Is sufficient to justify grave alarm
among all loyal American citizens.
Moreover, tho circumstances of this,
the third assassination of an Ameri
can President, have n peculiarly sinis
ter significance, 'Both President Lin
coln and President Durflcld were
killed by assassins of types unfortu
nately not uncommon In history;
President Lincoln falling a victim to
the terrible passions aroused by four
ye-ars of civil war, and President Gar-
Mold to the revengeful vanity of a dis
appointed offien seeker. President
McKlnluy wus killed by un utterly de
praved criminal belonging to that
body of criminals wbo object to nil
governments, good and hail alike, who
are against any form of popular lib
erty If It is guaranteed by oven the
most Just nnd liberal laws, and who
are as hostile to thu upright exHnont
of a freo people's sober will as to tho
tyrannical and Irresponsible despot.
Not Blow, at Wealth
thu gloomy night of despotism.
Keep Out Anarchists.
I tvarnestly recommend to tho Con
grcHte thnt In tho cxerclso of Its wlso
discretion it should take Into consld-
with him. They folt that he repro- -'ion tne coming to tnis counrty ut
scnted so well and so honorably all nnarrhists or persons., professing
. . . ... ... "- nrlnnlnlno
the Ideals and aspirations that they
wished him to contlnuo for. unother
four years to represent them.
At All PresldenU.
Tho blow was not aimed nt this
President, hut at all PrebldentH; st
every symbol of government. Presi
dent McKlnluy was as emphatically
tho embodiment of tho popular will
of tho nntlon, expressed through the
forms of law; ns a New England town
meeting Is in similar fashion tho em
bodiment of the law-abiding purpose
and practice or the peoplo of tho town
Wealth wns not struck nt when tho
President was assassinated, but tho On no conceivable theory could tho
honest toll which la content with mod-! murder of the President be accepted
crato gains after a llietlmu or unro- as duo to tho protest against in
milling labor, largoly in the servlco or equalities In the social order," savo
tho public. Btlll less was power as tho murder of all freo men engag-
principles hostile to all thoso placed
In authority. They should bo kept
out of this country; and If found hero
they should bo promptly deported to
tho country whence thoy camo; and
rar-BCt'lng provisions' should bo mada
for the punishment for thoso who
stay. No matter calls more urgently
for tho wisest thought of Congress.
Thu Federal rourta should be given
jurisdiction over any man who kills
or attempts to kill tho. President er
any man who, by constitution or by
law. Is In Una of succession for tho
Presidency, whllo the punishment of
an unsuccessful attempt should bo
proportloued to tho enormity of tho
offense against our Institutions.
(Continued on page 6.)
i to its iu to ici im Ki to ici to M 1 to ( m
4-f-f-t-r-r4-f-f'v 4-t-ft--t-r t-r 4-f 4-ttt
One Thousand Dollars
murder. Before a jury could bo ob
tained tho panel was exhausted, and
a venire was Issued to bring In moro
Jurors, tho court adjourning until 2
o'clock this afternoon.
Oscar Sellers has filed a notice of
lion of materialmen against Ioe Tong
and wlfo for $131 duo on a plumbing
contract for a cottage in Lillha street.
Magoon and Dillon havo filed a mo
tion ror leavo to amend complaint In
separation of Margaret Wong againBt
Mee Nam, who appealed from a One
Colburn as guardian. Whllo not eon
fesslng or admitting any of tbo facta
related In tho petition, respondent
contends that tho matters and things
alleged therein wero all adjudicated
upon a former petition of tho spend
thrift for terminating" tho guardian
LOME 1 III
Boston, Nov. 26. The Boston Post,
tomorrow will print tho following tela
gram irom senator Lodge at Wasu
lugton: "I favor the Chinoso oxclu
Blon uct, and intend to introduco a bill
for Its extension."
Well located at Maklkt. Con
veniently arranged, and con
taining' six rooms. Lamtl
dining room and upstairs
mosquito proof. Ono of tho
neatest llttlo homes In the
$3000 will b'uy It, only one
sixth of which need be cash.
Cornell Baay Winner
Philadelphia, Nov. 28. The Univer
sity of Pennsylvania football team
ended Its disastrous scauou today with
a crushing defeat at tho handa of tbn
(jcrnen eleven, tno itnaca Doya scor
Ing 24 points to tbo Quakers 6. It
was thu Unit tlmo slnco luo two unl
AN ACRE FOR
Pearl Harbor Land
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Hartford, Conn., Nov. 28. Terry Mr
Govern wns knocked out by Young
Corbctt this afternoon" In tbo second
round, after ono minute and forty-four
seconds of fighting, and so had wrest'
cd from his the featherweight cliam
pioushln which he bns defended un'
Illnchlngly slnco be. won It from Geo.
Dixon eighteen months ago. outwitted
and outpointed by a fighter of his owp
class. Mcuoyern had to lower his col
ors this afternoon at tbo Nutmeg A.n
letlc Club to'Young Corbctt within six
minutes fi om tho start of tho fight.
The MercliaHls' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 821.
Packages shipped 'o
all parts of the United
States and Europe.
Ofllco, 1047 Bethel St.
opposite Honolulu Market
versifies havo played football togothcr
that Cornell has been able to conquer tlon, whero tho adobe soil was six or
Pearl Harbor land was hoisted In
tho United States District Court this
morning, and that without reference
to Its fertility for sugar cano. Tho
proceedings were at times lively, with
an occasional dash of humor.
Genrgo F. Ronton, manager of Ewa
plantation, was tho first witness. His
estimate of the value of tho Bishop
ICstnto lands proposeo to be condemn
ed for tho naval nta..on was $240 an
acre for 200 or 300 acres. Adobo soil
was superior to the red soil, but a mix
ture of both -would bo bettor. It was
explained that tbo preference bad ro
latlon to tbo particular spot In quos'
Chicago, Nov. 28. Michigan Bcorod
almost at will againBt Iowa today,
making CO points to tho Hawkovcs
nothing. Thus Michigan closes tho
reeulnr football season with n total
record of K01 points, whllo not ono of ined as to whothor or not thoy woro
eight Inches the deepor.
A. C. Lovekln, real CBtato agent, was
called, as having been chief clerk of
tho Bishop Estate some years ngn. He
was shown flies tux re. urns of tho es
tate which ho mado up, but tho court
ruled that ho could only bo exam-
tho teams sho has met has bcon able
to score a slngla point againBt bcr.
correct so far as ho know, according
to tho law. Tho court told tho witness
was Immaterial Irrelevant and Incom
petent. The court said there were other ob
jections and ruled the question out.
Mr. Dunne objectod to Questions on
rental values, and the court, Jnscor
talnlng from the witness that tnero
was no separate leaso of tho C80 acres i
sought to be condemned, sustained tho
objection. In fact, enure was nothing
ion or Mr. i.oveKin'8 testimony when
passed upon by the court.
A. V. Gear was called as a real estato
oxport. Ho considered tno market
vuluo of tho land on Kunhua Island. In
Pearl Harbor to bavo been $1,000 an
icro on tbo Cth o. July. Witness was
not prepared to glvo an offhand est!
mato on land fronting on tho harbor
upon tho mainland. Mr. Kinney asked
what value ho would plaeo on a plcco
of land Indicated, containing 4s. 8
acres, and having a leaso on .. of sov
Judgo Estco, oh Mr. Dnnno's olijec-
are arguing to the Jury. When the
proper timo conies the court will an
nounce Its views to tbo jury."
"Let tho Jury go outsldu," pleaded
Mr. Kinney, "hut I want to gain tho
ear of the court. Is It not a common
practlro In estimating tho valuo of
land to consider tho leases It carries?"
When further talk on this line had
failed to move tho -court, Mr. Klnnoy
said, "We do not own tho foe simple
freo from tbo leases."
Judge Esteo answered: "Th'o lease
will not bo considered in this trial
Tho leaso Is not nn Incumbrance., not
nn unfriendly inciimuranco.'
Mr. Gear was nslied what was tho
value of the 48.8 acres nlready men
tioned. "Ono thousand dollars an
nrre," wns the prompt reply. A ques
tion containing tho word "leaso" was
quashed with tho usual lormallty. Tho
court Insisted throughout thut t.iol
Federal attornny must specifically
stnto his objections overy time, nnd
not merely say. "on tno grounds pro-
It transpires that the undertaking ol
certain Anglican people to raise hnlt
tbo salary of a now bishop was on con
dition that thu appointee must not bo
linn, snlil the nnlv ntiofttlmi war thn
lm hmi nnthlnir tn dn with tho law. valuo of tho land: thov were not pass-. vinusly stated
u t, Minn nnii i c Pmicr ,niB. Inn unnn the vnluo of loahcs. Mr. Dunno opened tho cross oxnifl
tees, had respectively sworn to the ro- Mr. Klnnoy Bald ho wantou to nil- li.atlon with n request nftho wltnss
turn's of 1808 nnd 1899. dicss tho court. Ho heard rumors that to Bfnto tho basis of his cstrmnto ot .
Mr.Dunno objected to tho question, It was Intended to malto tho verdict , $1,000 an nrro.
"Dn vnu know unon what basis nnd tn ono of value m feio simple, oxcliislvoly. Mr. Hear, In roply, Btnted It wns
I anyono now residing In the Hawaiian whnt manner tho valua. on wns made "You nro not speaking nn this qucB- :
uuerrupten jiiugo i.sico, "inn
'of tho Interest ot tho Bishop Kstato tlon,"
(Continued on page 4.)
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