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A HUNDRED ON THE HIGHWAY.
Vol. XI. No. 2019.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. DECEMBER It 1901.
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Performed on Infant
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.'s
FUKNACE THE CREMATORY
Two Firemen on Duty are Taken
by Surprise With Visit of Strang
er Having a Parcel to
"He had a condemned look."
So it flrcmnn at the Hawaiian Eleo
trlc Compnny'B works said of a mys
terious visitor to the. furnaces on
Thursday night. It was between elev
en anfi twelve o'clock and, though the
personality of the visitor remains a
mystery, the; nature of his errand was
discovered Immediately after ho turned
his back and glided out Into the night
as abruptly as he had entered thil
The stranger came to cremate tho
body of an Infant in the furnace'und ho
succeeded, his only failure being In
concealing the nature of his errand.
No cfoubt the fire tenders would havs
detained the perpetrator of the ghastly
deed If they had not been taken by
surprise. It was a quick afterthought
of one of them which caused them to
act barely In time to discover what the
visitor had done.
Last night a llullctln reporter who
hud heard of the occurrence, went to
the lire room of the electric works to
tmtko Inquiries of the firemen. Ho
found Messrs. Meldon and Sennet on
duty, the samo men who had Innocent
ly aided tho stranger In his act. Call
ing aside the one whose name he had
' lie.vd. along with that of another In
correctly named to him, the reporter
asked him for particulars of the grue
some event. The fireman at first re
fused to say anything about It, because
they had given their word to High
Sheriff Brown to keep the matter quiet
for the present. When tho reporter
told him that he already knew the
facts In general and would certainly
teport what he knew In the next day's
paper, but desired to have the account
correct In every particular, the fire
"I believed there were only four per
mits In Honolulu who knew anything
about It, but now I suppose thero are
four thousand. How the affair could
have leaked out beats me."
, After the remark quoted at the bo
ginning of this nnrrntlve, tho spokes
man described the visitor as a respect-ablo-looklng
person, a lltlln above me
dium height, dressed In whitish
clothes. After answering questions
.based on the prior Information of tho
reporter, tho fireman called his fellow-workman
Into tho conversation.
Knowing that the matter was going to
be published anyway, the men gave a
full account of everything that hap
pened. Frank and courteous In man
ner and using language indicating good
education, both tho firemen Impressed
the Interviewer as fine types if tho
honest. Intelligent and manly work
Inginan. Neither of them could remember
more of the visitor's nppenranco than
what Is stated above. It was near
midnight when tho man entered the
flreroom through the broad archway
from Halckaulla street, with a parcel
ilono up In oilcloth under his arm.
Meldon was sitting on a chair besldu
the coal piles- at the open side of thq
shed facing the furnaces. Sennet was
tending ono of tho Arcs.
"May I burn this parcel in tho fur
naco?" the stranger asked politely.
"Sure," was Mcldon'H icply.
Sennet Hung open the furnaco door
and tho visitor throw tho parcel upon
the blazing coals.
"That will tell no tales," was play,
fully remarked by Sennet, ns tho oil
cloth covering pf the pncRage flamed
At Mnktkl ; adjoining the
large grounds Gcrrlt P. Wilder
For comfort, convenience and
t-lKhtliness; two toilet rooms
in the house.
An Inspection of this new
house, barn, lot and surrounj
ings will convince you that It
Is among the best "buys" In
Immediately on relieving himself ol
his burden, the stranger disappeared
the way he came.
Just then tho published story of the
finding of the body of nn Infant burled
In tho Kakaako sands flashed Into Sen
net's memory and ho said to his mate:
"I think we ought to know what Is In
that parcel, We had better pull It
Suiting the nctlon to tho word they
opened tho furnace door and began
working with a fire hoc to rcscu o the
object from tho flames. Although the
fire was a little green nt the time, how-
ever, tho manipulation with the too)
caused tho wrappings of the package
to quickly burn away. They con
sisted of towels underneath the oil
cloth. As the textures disappeared In
flame and smoke the witnesses were
horrified to recognlxo the body, head
and hands of a well-developed baby. It
was impossible to rescue tho remains
for evidence, the cremation proceeded
Messrs. Meldon and Sennet lost no
time In notifying High Sheriff Drown,
who enjoined secrecy upon them ns ro
lated. For their benefit. It may be
stated that the Llullctln did not receive
Its Information from either of them,
nor did Us Informant. ,
Hlli lllli Ill
YOUNG CANE UNINJURED
FROM THE LATE DROUTH
G. B. Fisher of Kukuihaele in Town
-On the Way Visited Olaa
C. II. Fisher of Kukuihaele Is In town
on business. He said to a llullctln re
porter that llnmnkua district was all
right now since receiving twelve Inches
of rnln. Tho young cano never seemed
to ho affected by the drouth and Is now
looking In fine condition. All of the
loss from tho long dry spell will bo
In the old ennc.
On his Journey to Honolulu Mr. Fish
er visited Olaa plantation and formed
a high opinion or Its prospects. Mr.
McStockcr has done good work, exhi
biting among other executive qualities
the knack or getting Just the right kind
or men to handle different depart
ments, Mr. Fisher says the only pos
sible question, In his opinion, Is wheth
er the soil will hold out long in fer
tlllty. As for the mill, he does not
think Its equal has hitherto been erect
ed In the Hawaiian Islands.
LliAG'JB POLO GAME.
The first of the scries of league nohi
games will take place on the Kaplo
lain park grounds this afternoon, bo
ginning at .1 o'clock. The following
tennis will play:
lncns O. Potter, No. 1; C. A. Itice
No. 2; W. F. Dillingham, No. 3; II.
Hornets J. T. Irvine. No. 1: Ilev. J.
P. Krdman. No. 2; C. W. Dickey, No.
3: Ci. Angus, back.
The league schedule Is as follow:
Dec. 21 Lawyers vs. Artillery.
Dec. 28 Lawyers vs. Iluslness .Men.
Jan 4 lncns vs. Artillery.
Jan. 11 Incas vs. Lawyers.
.Ian. 18 Iluslness Men vb. Artillery
January 25th Is an open date.
Tho following teams of Kamehameh
boys will play baseball this afternoon
on the campus at the school, beginning
at 3 o'clock:
Flist team J. Kckuewa, c; N. Lem
on, p.; D. Knnl, lb.; A. Arnold, 2b.; A.
Patten. 3b.; C. Lymnn, ss,; H. Hardee,
rf.; J. Williams, cf, and 0. Apela, ir.
Second team J. Kenlnha, o.; A.
lllchards, p.; J. 'n, lb.; R. K. Haniaku,
2b; 13. Morton, 3h.; W. Slemscn, si.;
J. Illln. rf.; I), l'oklpala, cf. and J.
This gamo, comprising ns It does the
Founder's Day athletics, tho band will
be In attendunco.
Judge Santa Claim.
At a meeting of tho Children's So
ciety of tho Central Union Illblu
School was held In the church parlors
yesterday afternoon. It was decided to
have a grand Santa Clans reception on
tho evening of December 23, when the
society will sing a cantata entitled
"Judge Santa Clans." There will ho
another meeting nt 2 o'clock this af
ternoon. All children desiring to Join
the cantata chorus uro asked to be
present as only those who are will be
admitted In tho singing society. Mrs.
J. T. McDonnld and Miss Florence It.
Yarrow aro In charge.
San Francisco. Dec. I. Tho reinsur
ance gamblers nro now wondering
whether or not they wm got their
money on tho ItoanoKo. Tno vessel
was bound liore. but put Into Honolulu
In dUtrcss, nnd tno chances nro sho
will bo condemned there. In that
event sho will bo classou as lost, and
not having mado hor port of destina
tion, tho gamblers wnl loso.
Six years ugo tho Democrats had
seven majority In tho Senato. Today
tho Itopubllcans havo twenty major
ity. A better gaugo of thu disastrous
effects of populism nnd frco silver on
tho Democrncy could not bo given,
Philadelphia PrcBj. 1
Slavery Does Exist
SAYS GRAND JURY
But Cant Be Proved
After a prolonged session of over
two months, tho United States Grand
Jury mad- Its report to Judge Usteo
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this morning nnd was discharged. Tho
tcport. which was read by Clerk Mat
ing, was received by Judge Kstcu, who.
after hearing it rend, complimented
tho Jury on Its work. The report, In
full. Is ns follows:
To the Honorable M. M. Kstee,
Judgo of tho United States District
Court, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii:
Tho United States Grand Jury for tho
October term, 11)01, wcro railed and
sworn nnd charged by the Court ou
uctolier liitli nt 10 a. in.
Mr. J. II. Atherton, oelng appoint
ed foreman, promptly called tho Jury
to order, who from time to time as
enses wore ready, aimed to carry out
thu ablo and precise chnrge of Your
Honor. After several days' session
Foreman Atherton was excused, as he
was leaving for tho Mainland, and Mr.
C. 11. Drown was appointed by Your
Honor In his stead, serving In this ca
pacity to the end of tho term.
After tho thorough examination of
tho many witnesses In the largo num
ber of cases bl ought before us, and
after very careful deliberation on tho
same, wo have found tho following
true bills, to wit:
Charles McDonald, assault and bat
tery on high seas; it. H.Itamat. as
sault and battery on lilgh Seas; W. M,
Campbell, violation of eight-hour labor
luw; Oata MlaMchl, violation of eight
hour labor law; Wilson Mahika, for
gery: Frank Itatafl, violation of Kd
liiunds Act; Julia Aparlclo, tolntion
of ICdmitnds Act; Henry Aliinas. viola
tion of Edmunds Act; Auhlta Stale, vi
olation of Kdmunds Act: AUal. viola
tion of Kdmunds Act; Asa, violation
of Kdmunds Act; Kunda, violation of
IMmunds Act; llaro, violation of Ed
munds Act; Apoe, violation of IM
munds Act; Hatchl, violation of Kd
munds Act; Apoon, violation of Kd
munds Act; Sakl, violation of Kd
munds Act: Kodrlques, violation of Kd
munds Act; Mlralda, violation of Kd
In the other. cases brought beforo us
wo found no bills on account of the
Inck of evidence which would warrant
Indictment. With regard to lack of
evidence, wo refer especially to
Traffic In Slaves.
Ilegardlng the t rattle In Chinese
K0NA& CHICAGO COFFEE CO
FLOATED TO MARKET BERRY
New Corporation Composed of Con
sumers Who Are All in
Chicago Stock All
Thero Is good news ror tho growers
of coffee on these Islands In the or
ganization of the Kona & Chicago Col
fee Co, lately floated by J. Coerpcr
while In tho cast.
Application will be made today to
the Treasurer or the Territory ror a
charter lo do business and then the
directors of tho company wilt bo elect-
ed and work commenco Immediately on
tho marketing of the coffee of the Isl-
.. . . .
anus nu in ejuicngo..
Thu nuw compauy has a
$50,000 which Is divided into 2000
shares. They niuull held In Chicago In
five shares lots by the consumers of
the coffee which Is to be grown hero
and Bent east. Ovens havo been estab
lished In the city of Chicago and ta
these the product will bu shipped di
rect nnd sold from them directly to tho
consumers and retailers. Tho price
thus obtained will necessarily be much
better than has heretofore been. ob
tained by growers who dealt through
agenta and wholesalers and tho com
pany has hound Itself to ship ono
thousand bags of coffee a month to
The prlnlcpal plantation of tho com
pany Is situated In North Kona and
consists or about 1200 acres of land, S00
or which are In bearing trees. In ease
the product or this plantation is not
sufficient to fill the demand, coffee will
bo purchased from other growers hero
and will be used at tho same figure as
tho product of tho plantation of ths
Mr, Coerpcr In speaking or tho mat
ter this afternoon Bald that at last a
chiinco had como lor the development
of the roffeo Industry of tho Islands
which has never been properly handl
ed. Tho growers under the now ar
rangement will bo brought In cIdsa
contuct with tho consumer, with tho
result that coffeo will bo grown hero nt
a profit Instead of nt a loss and the
ludustry will be bound to grow In the
Tho first shipment or coffee will bo
made this mouth and will consist of 500)
sacks of tho finest Kona coffee. From
thu first shipment tho shipments will
be mado monthly and an effort mado to
keep tho supply up to the demand.
HELP dOFFEE (iROWERSIORDER FROM ABROAD PALAU M Vl
slaves, your Jury Is disappointed In '
having to report no Iiiuk tment. Whllo
wo Bl.0 '""""'y "'"J1" tl,at lh ''"f
ncss Is being carried on. so carefully
t ,ono nn,i so unwilling tho wit-
ncsses to testify that no direct Incrim
inating evidence enn ho addilci'd
which would warrant your Jury In
finding an Indictment. Tho Jury gavn
much time nnd rnrciiil consldeiatlon
to tho examination and testimony of
many witnesses who would not or
could not give evidence which would
guldo your Jury to n placing of tho
crime of buying or. selling their fellow
ci futures, on any particular persons.
Crimes on High Seas.
In the matter of tho several sailor
cases brought beforo us, your Jury has
been most careful In tuu examination
ot witnesses and as a rule found that
tho testimony of most of ho sailors
was anything but rellnb.e. In several
cases was tho testimony so flimsy
that It could not bo believed for a mo
ment. Wo nro of opinion that tho
United States Commissioner should
use moru diligence and discretion in
tho examination of such cases of cruel
ty on the high sens as would warrant
o such Injustice being dono In future,
as wns dono In the cases of Captain
Baker of the American ship Kmlly
Iteed nnd Captain Wallace of tlm
American bark Sua King, who were)
acquitted by this Jury on tho same uvl
deuce they were held on beforo tho
United States Commissioner. Wo fur
ther And that In the rases where no
Indictment was found thu action of tho
nnllors was duo to spite ngalnst their
Complaints have been made that
Federal officers who have charge ot
tho erection of piiunc buildings aro
permitting Asiatic miens to nerform
skllletl lnltfir nn Ram,, which tn mir
Judgement Is wrong.
Kcrerrlng directly to the eight-hour
labor law. we find the same uractlc-allv
Inoperative here. -;
Therefore wo woiud suggest that In
the future all Fede-ral work be givu
out to tender from cltUcus of tun
United States and all Asiatic aliens
be debarred from same as t b-coii-,
As a result or tho visit to Oahu Jail
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HONOLULU IRON WORKS
SENDS JUICE WEIGHERS
Australia Recognizes Excellent Work
of Local Shops-Three Machinist
Sent By Last
Tho management or tho Honolulu
Iron Works Is Just now wearlug a
ve-ry lnrget-slzed feather In Its cap, and
with good reason too, for the oxcel
lenco of thu work or thu shops has
been told abroad with such telling ef
fect that recently an order for threo
ii.ueiii cuno-juieo weigiiing-maclilnes
came from tho Colonial Sugar Iteflnlug
Company of Sydney.
T'"' lr" Works wished to makn n
r nm ,so1 ,llu w,0.rk W08 I'"8"U11
along so that thu machines went rim.lv
, along so that thu machines wero ready
or snipmeni on tuu iuhi steamur tu
tu coloulcs. Tho threo weighers aro
probably now In tho hands of thu re
Tho Honolulu Iron Works havo turn
ed out any uinount of machinery for
use in thu Islands, but never before
has an order eonio from u foreign
country. Thu sending forth of thu
Julce-wulghurs to Australia marks tho
beginning ot n career for tho Irou
Works more successful than It has
ever attained to before, and opens up
possibilities that has mado the man
agement tluglu with delight.
HALE'S PACIFIC CABLE BILLS.
Washington, Dec. 4. Senator Halo
today reintroduced the Pacific cable
bill as It passed tho last session of
Congress. It provided for tho con
struction hy the Government of a cable
from tho western coast or the United
States to Hawaii.
Miss Margaret Haley and Miss
Catherine Uoggln. tho two youne
teachers who havo compelled tho
great corporations or Chicago to pay
ueuir iuii niuwu u, uiavn, uiii iitui
wiieimeu wiii invi.u ions lo speaK c. i
tho tax question. Miss Haloj-wlll ml
druss tho State Teachors" Associations
of Wisconsin nnd Minnesota during
thn ChrlstmaH vacation, nnd Miss (log
gin will probably speak before tho
Now Jersey Statu Teachers' Associa
tion nt the samo time.
The next ExprcHK Ktcnmcr to tho
Count will ho the
ALAMEDA, DEC. 25,
WELLS, FARGO & CO, EXPRESS
with Union Express Co., ISO Klnft 8t.
the Jury found six Federal prisoners
serving sentence and one prisoner be
ing held on commitment nwultlug trial.
Ttho premises were louiid In a very
rlennly condition, although tho quar
ters wero smnll and much otcrci unti
ed nt present. The cells wero Kinnll
ami occupied by two prisoners each.
Vntler tho present conditions tho ven
tilation Is poor, but us good ns could
be expected under thu circumstances.
The Jury would strongly lecommentl
that a separato Jail ho provided for
United States prisoners or that nu nil
dllton be built to tho present Jail to
accommodate such prisoners.
The Edmund's Act.
Your Jury has endeavored through
tho Terrltoilal officials to securo evi
dence against violators of tho Kd
munds Act other than In those rases
examined, but has been unable so to
do. It Is tho general bullet that this
act Is being violated In this city pos
sibly to the same extent ns In larger
cities In other Territories on tho Main
land, hut that tho evil sought to bo
curbed must first bo exposed by tho
local authorities In tnelr respective.
uisincis ueioiu iiennuu action can U-1
In conclusion wo respecttully report
that while thu Jury has been In hus
Fion but n total of twenty days slncu
being sworn In. this nas been caused
by frequent adjournments mntto nuc-i
vssary through thu many duties of thu
United Stntes District Attorney, who
has had sole charge of thn many mat
ters of Importance in thu District
Court, ami whoso time on this mount
has not been nt our disposal. During
our labors ono of our members, Mr
0, Hi Purls, has acted as secretary.
and we would recommentl to the Court I
that sultahlo remuneration be granted
session nf tills llirv. Wn fiw-1 iinr. I
selves bound to recognize) tho treat as-
instance rendered our ltoily hy botliiu. cooper ana e.nruncr k. wuuer con
United Stntes District Attorney J. J
Dunne and United States Marshal K.
,". Hendry, who have dono everything
In their power to facilitate tho labor of
this Jury and have been unfailing In
their courtesy anil attention, to thu
noe-ds of this body
C. II. I1UOWN.
Honolulu. T. II.. Dec. .1. A. I). 1!)01
THINKS REPORTERS ARE
HUn Uil 1113 lKIALl
His Hot Air Story on Finding
of a Bullet Hung
About Police Station
Palau, tho man who has for soma
time past, been tho doorkeeper and
bouncer at tho meetings ot tho Horns
Hole executive committee, nnd who on
several occasions of late, has chased
reporters away from tho door of Fos
ter hull, caused a lot of excitement at
Wnlkahaliilu List evening.
Palau was out celebrating during the
afternoon and, on his return homo, car
ried a lo.nl of spirits that began to
play havoc with his brain. Among
other things, ho threw himself nu tho
floor und cried out ror help, say lug to
his wlfo and other people' about that
ho hud been shut.
A call was sent Into thn police sta
tion und the patrol wagon with Cap
tain Knnao and a number or officers
responded. Upon arrival at tho houso,
an Investigation was mado and Patau
was found In his room, Ho showed an
arm on which thero wero a number ot
scars of old bolls nnd then, pointing
to tho wall, sntd the bullet was some
where In It. The pollco searched lo
vain lor thn bullet.
Palau made his appearance) at tho
pollco station this forenoon with a
bullet In his possession. Where he got
It, Is hard to tell. Hnwover, lift made a
bluff at putting up a story so full of
hot air that even tho most sanguine
were put to flight. He stated that the
reporters on the morning papers had a
splto against him because, on soveral
occasions, ha has turned them nwny
rrom thu Homo Ilulo meetings. He Is
suro that ono or these very wicked
men shot at him. Continuing, Palau
lwns mopping tho perspiration
, . , , ., w..al,,,,. '. wi.pll
, , m ,row "l lno waslistantl when
I heard the crack or a revolver rrom
thu window behind mo. Then 1 felt
n stinging sensation In my arm und,
looking down, saw that I had hail a
narrow escape,. Tho nutlet hail Just
grazed my nrm, hit tho wall and
dropped, You see, tho motion of my
body whllo mopping my head, throw
off tho aim of tho man nt tho window,'
A number or questions might havo
been asked Palau hut his story was so
silly and showed such rtupldlty that
ho could not havo been expected to
She Intelligent answers.
fill IN LANDS ID
Within the next few da a articles of.
Incorporation will ! tiled with thn'
Treasurer of the Territory for the com-'
pany which is to take In hand the work
of filling In the lower lands and'
Dwamps or the city.
Thin mnlprt Ittia rcr,ivp,l iivtnn.li,1
notice from the papers already ami at'
l.istlthasadanccd to the point of In-'
corporation and preparation for active
work. As has been previously stated'
the proposed company has secured tho
right to tako earth for filling rrom
the Dillingham lands nt tho lie.nl of
Manoa valley. The material will ho'
used for filling the swamps about Wnl-J
klkl and along the waterfront toward'
the city center. j
Tho floating of this company will nlso
have a dlirct bearing miiin anil give'
nn Impetus to the proposed boulevard j
from the town to KuploLinl park. The
i Intter project Is being very generally
endorsed and Is receiving good (Irian
: cl.il support.
C0MP4NY ELECTS OFFICERS
AND ACCEPTS ITS CHARTER
Artion Taken at a MeetilK? Held This
rorenoon ijoerper win Leave
Tuesday With Corps of
The promoters of the Konn-Kau
Hallway Co., Ltd., met In the office of
the Wilder l)ro. this forenoon for tho
niirnuse of electing officers. The re-
suit, wns as follows: Carl Coerpcr of
Chicago, president: Jacob Coerper. Ice
president; C. T. Wilder, secretary;
"ry Arm.tage. treasurer, and M. n.
Macfarlane. auditor. These, with W
dilute the Uoard of Directors.
At the meeting this forenoon, tho
charter Issued to tho company by tho
Territory of Hawaii was accepted and
the secretary was Instructed to send
forward to the government notification
of the election of officers.
J, Coerpe-r will leave for Konn next
Tuesday and with him will go a num-
her of surveyors who will bo named
by W. A. Wall, the superintending
surveyor of tho company. Now that
the olllrers have been elected nnd
over) thing connected with the stnrtlng
of the work on tho road has been set-
tied. It Is the Intention to push matters!
along to their completion as rapidly as
Tho see-onil match In tho series of
association league football games will
be played on tho Maklkl grounds this
afternoon, beginning at -IMS o'clock.
Thu following teams will play:
Honoluliis Coal, Olcnsun; backs,
Sopcr, Harvey; halfbacks, I'arlsh, Irish
Anderson; forwards, McWhlrter, Kny,
Goudln (captain), Flddes nnd Glass,
Hackfcld and Davles fioal, Sinclair;
backs, Itoss nnd DuUenbcrg; halt
hacks, Itobertson, Catterall, llrett; for
wards, II. Clarke. Ileardmore, Churton,
Morse (captain) and Guild. He-serves,
Hopp and flyer.
Y. M. C. A. ATIILUTIC8.
Thn opening of thn Indoor baseball
lcaisuu of thn Y. M ("!. A. h.iu hwn '
postponed until tho tirst of noxt year.
However, them will be u practice gamo
In tho gymnasium tonight. Tho post
poned Indoor athletic contest will tako
placo next Friday evening, tho much
needed shot for ono or tho events hav
ing ui rived rrom the Const.
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is threo cents to all
parts of the States.
Why of course I
them at 'X mas time.
We all love
a useful present, would be a trial were
We nfler the siiKgestion of giving him a pnlr of slippers)
Tliey would m.iKe any man happy because they add to his
comfort. We have now an excellent assortment In all the
delicate li.tJes of the finest skins.
LIZARD SKINS, MONKEY SKINS, SEAL
SKINS, WINE KIDS, DONGOLA KIDS,
ETC., : : : ETC. : : : ETC.
They are handsomely made and
Manufacturers Shoe Store
IIq U on fort tn Roctnain
lie TialllCU IU (lCdM dill
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YiYas from Selling
TOR TERM IS CLEARED
William Hall Has Retained Batch &
Silliman Probate Matters .'d-
"I declfue to issue an Injunction upon
this bill of complaint. The facts statsd
'do not warrant the Issuance of that ex
traordinary writ." This writing Is .1
qiihtus placed on a hill fur Injunction
brought by M. G. Sllva against J. M.
Vitas as defendant In the suit of Vivas
s. Sllva. In his petition Sllva s.is
that the accounting of his partnership
with Vlns the receiver, Henry Davis,
omul that Vlas owed him 11921.117,
that Vivas Is selllnie off nroncrtv nnd
buying propeity In his wife's name.
Therefore ho prays for an Injunction
Issue against Vivas to restrain him
.'rem doing thoo things until their
purtncislilp affairs are finally settled In
Judge llun.phioys approved the first
and final a; '(mat of Mabel Wing Caa
tls, guaidlan of Fllnor II. Castle, min
or, Kecelpts were (11,005.65 and pay
ments til, toil, showing the minor's ac-
count overdrawn by iLt.33. An order
" nln,,e allowing the guardian 7S
ii iiiutth for tho support nnd education
(t the minor.
Itobertson & Wilder, attorneys for
Nellie A. Cook, have filed a satisfaction
of Judgment In her suit against the
lotion that injured her face.
Helen Ilowland nnd James Prosser
nave men a Din of exceptions in tne
suit or Honolulu Investment Co. vs.
Helen Rowland nnd others. It Is from
the Judgment for plaintiff by Judge
Little of the Fourth Circuit while sit-
itlng In tho First Circuit Court.
1 In the case of Kaolulo Kahula vs.
"". -y ana Liara Leo, minors, the
Plaintiff by her attorney, Philip L.
Weaver, moves to have W. L. Whitney,
Bl1 attorney of tho court, appointed as
Kardlan or the minors, who nre grand-
children of the plaintiff. The suit U
for partition, ,
A commission has been Issued to
William 1 Humphreys, a notary pub.
lie In San Francisco, to take the tcstl-
I tuony or witnesses In tho probating of
I the estate or tho late James It. Kstlll.
Hatch & Sllliman havo entered ap.
pearanro as counsel for William" A.
Hall lu his guardianship troubles.
They have also entered a replication
to the plea of George It. Carter, guar-
jdlun, den lug the statements In ths
plea nnd nveddlng the truth of the
I Kunst was found guilty of selling
liquor without a license by a Jury yes-
Merday. This caso concludes the crimi
nal calendar ror the November term.
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