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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, MONDAY. JANUARY 13. 1002
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CANNON BOOMED AND
Fugitive Whom Commodore Sought
to Rescue Also Took to His
Heels Launch Julie as a
Too llrst naval battle ot l'enrl Har
bor was (ought Sunday under such
circumstances as wnrrant the promo
tion o( Commodore Mactarlano to tho
lank o( Admlrnl and the placing o( his
kt-roscno launch Julio on tho list o(
ships Immortal In song and Btory.
Ihcro was no opposing battleship;
tho Btrusclo was wholly against land
I u ices, aud this Is the story o( how It
Karly yesterday morning Commo
doro Macfarlane, with Mldshlpmlto
Willie, were at work on tho La Fa
loma, moored close by tho landing at
Mucfnrlano's I'carl Harbor residence,
Uiboicrs o( Ualm plantation were bus
lly cutting cauo on Ford Island and
lurrying acioss to the mill. About
S o'clock the attention o( tho Commo
doio was called to the operations of
tho laborers by an unseemly shouting
mid general upioar from tlio Island,
which was by" no means an adjunct of
Mounting ne poop-deck of tho La
J'aloma, the Commodorp swept the hor
izon with bis binoculars. Ho saw
iiowds 6l Japanese running niong tho
hhorcs in angry pursuit of somo one.
Tho fugitives appeared to bo natives.
'Iho Commodoro has a native helper
living on the Island, and, thinking hu
might have got Into somo difficulty
v.lth the Japanese, made all haste to
go to his assistance.
Mldshlpmlto Willie was despatched
to battcu down tho hatches and .sot
tho fires going of tho Julie, while tho
Commodoro unshipped his Blgnal can
non from the l.a I'aloma and laBhcd It
to tho bow of the Julie. Armed (or tho
frnv nnd bidding friends and relatives
a fond (arowcll. tho sturdy band sot"
,out (or tho war. Willie suggestcu tor
pedoes, and the Commodoro scorned
tho suggestions In npproprlato terms.
A bee lino was made for the scene of
Thu fugitives, four In number, and
who turned out to bo Porto means,
made for tho water. Three could
swim, nnd strode out boldly for tha
Mainland, having less tear of I'earl
Harbor sharks than tho volley nl
sttckB aud stones which followed thera.
The (ouitb could not Bwlm, but had
vaded Into tho water as far ns In
durcd. The.ro ho remained a target
lor tho rocks thiown by Hip crowd on
tho shore. Finally, ono laborer, being
bolder than his compatriots, secured
a two by two scantling nnd waded Into
tho water. His weapon floated and he
UK'd It as a battering ram on tlio head
and shoulders of tho Porto Illcan, uo
'taslonally lifting It out of tho water to
attempt a more forceful blow.
In tho midst of all this the Julio
cunie up In warlike array. Tho Com
modoro turned the tiller ovor to thu
Mldshlpmlto nnd manned tho gun on
tho forwaid deck, uupi elected and
alone, batless, coatlcss, shoeless, and
shirt llnpplng In the wind,
"Hoy, you!" cried tho Commodore;
"who touches a hair o( yon bobbing
brad dies like a dog! Put on mora
Still the (usllade continued and tho
Ccmmudoro began to wondor whether
lie was attacked or attacking.
"Put on more kcioseno!" roared tho
"Aye. aye, sir," responded the bravo
Midshlpmltc. and In emulation of the
bravo Dewey, added: "Flro when you
are ready, Clarencn."
Thcru was no loop, no Texas, no fog
It was a stialghtaway proposition with
a clear field
"Hey, you!" resounded tho stento
rian order of the Commodore. The
situation was further explained In sov
oi nl languages
"Quit that, or I flro!' yelled tkfl
Commodore, and with no raoro ado hi
pulled tho string.
Doom! Tho cannon of tho Julia
lit Ichcd forth, nothing 'more harmful
than a blank eartridgo' Intended for
regatta day or tho arrival from a l.a
Such, a scattering of humanity I
sddom seen. Tho laborers on thu
shore took to tbe cane fields with nil
speed. It was a complete route. The,
Japanese dropped bis battering ram
find followed tho gang. And, curiously
enough, the Porto Illcan for whoso
safety tho Commodoro had risked all,
tcok to his heels as well, evidently
thinking tho cane Molds safor tliuu
facing tho cannon's mouth and the
Tho Hist battle of Pearl Harbor wan
at an end. Tho sturdy flghteis mod
cstly went homo and spent the aftor
neon repairing small damages tho gun
boat Julio had sufforcd. It appear
the wholo difficulty aroso out of nil
nltercutlon between a Japanese and a
Porto Hlcan, In which it Is claimed
tho latter struck out with a cane-knlfo
All settled down to sweet peace aftnt
tho Julio oplsodo. In tho course of an
hour tho frightened laborers stopped
running nnd went back to work.
m . m
Mt-H. Willis Improving.
Walluku, Jan. 11. Mrs. Willis, wife
of the Dlshop of Honolulu, haB so far
recovered from her illness that she
will be able to return to Honolulu next
week, She Is still at the Malulunl
hospital, Walluku. .
II 111 IS
LICENSE WILL BE SOLD
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Bid of Railroad Company for Lard
Is Raised Lands for Settle
A draft of water license for tho Na
hlku lands on Maul was submitted to
tho Executlvo Council by Commission
er 12. S. lloyd and approved. The li
cense is to bo put up at auction.
Frank Iluchholtz has applied (or
the land of Papa 1, Kona, Hawaii, to
bo put up at auction. Ho desires It
(or an agricultural experiment station
of his own. Tho request vylii probably
An application of the Kona-Kau Hall
road Company (or1 a peninsula at Na
poo poo, asking that it bo put up at
auction for an upset pilco of $10 an
acre was considered, Tho Council de
cided to reserve tho water frontago
and mako tho upset price of the re
mainder $S0 an acre.
Commissioner 'lloyd asked for per
mission to open up Kaauhuhu lands,
dividing thorn Into homestead lots.
Also, to divide Kaapahu lands Uito lots
for right of purchase leases. Doth
schemes wcia approved.
Tho Walalua Hond Board was au
thorized to carry out an arrangement
with tho Dowsctt Kstato (or a road
from Walalua to Wahlawa, the Estate
giving tho right 01 way l( the Govern
mont pays (or fencing tho road.
Letters from Mnrston Campbell, As
sistant Superintendent of Public
Works, dealing with roads and tho
powder magazlno question at HIlo,
wero read by Superintendent J. H.
An application of John Cockett (ol
a light wlno nnd beer licenso at Koloa,
Kauai was recommended to bo grant
ed, ns was another (rom ono Wright
(or a similar establishment in tho old
saloon premises nt Hecla, Kaolaupoko,
The Supreme Court was still engag
ed thin morning, tlio third day, in
bearing Drown vs. Spreckels, a con
troversy over HIlo waterfront proper
ty, Lyle A. Dickey Bits In place of Jus
tice Galbratth, disqualified, with Chlet
Justice Frear and Justice Perry.
Judge Humphreys appointed Can Ng
temporary administrator of tho estate
of- I,nu Sun Mee, under bond of 12000.
Tlussell & Watson move (or an op
dor to tho administrator o( the estate
of J. C. Stiovv to pay and deliver all
monevs and property of tho cstato into
court. This Is on behalf or .Mary J.
Hoyt and (larrett S. btrow. both o!
Concord, Now Hampshire sister and
hi other and sole heirs of deceased,
WAIALUA LOKT ANCHOR
The little schooner Walalua arrived
hero yesterday from Molokal, whero
she went to deliver her cargo of palai,
arriving there on Saturday In good
time from Kahulul. While at tho set
tlement she lost tho second of her an
chors, and so camo hero to havo her
winch repaired, get two anchors und
go on tho dry dock to havo a new shoo
put an and other repairs made.
A Broad View.
When a person photographs a wldf
building, a large group, a landscape of
marine view, ho should have a broad
view which an ordinary camera does
not afford, because Its vision Is limited
to about 60 degrees In extent. For this
reason the "Al-VUta Panoramic Ca
mera" Is the only one practical -for
scenic photography. Its vision, which
tho swing lens affords, Is of 180 de
grees. Send to Honolulu Photo Supply
Co, for catalogue.
J. W. GIRVIN APPRAISER,
Jus. W. Glrvln of Honolulu, haj
been appointed by Judge Kalua as an
appraiser to appraise the luto Dr. Rob
ert McKlhbln's estate for the purpose
of determining tho value of said estate,
subject to Inheritance tax. The doc
tor's cstato is worth over $00,000, and
the government will reap a very hand
some tax from it.
Ilohron In Wnllulcu.
Walluku, Jan. 11. .Messrs. T W.
Hobron and McQueen of Honolulu, aro
In Walluku today on business. As
"Tommy" Is an old Kahulul boy, he Is
around renewing acquaintances and
likewise taking In the slghtB. They
bothfleavo for Honolulu by tho Clau
dlno this evening, ,
A Young Ault.
Walluku, Jan. 11. A Bon wis born to
the wife of Hev. Canon Ault ot Wal
luku last Monday, January fl. Iloth
mother and child aio doing well and
Mr. Ault Is about receiving tho con
gratulations of his friends and parish
ioners. Jas. F. Morgan will sell tailors goods
at unction Wednesday, Sea ad on pnga
S. S. ALAMEDA, JAN. 15
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TELEPHONE MAIN 199,
DAMAGES OF $105,000
United Slates of America. District
In the District Court of the United
States In and for the District ot Ha
waii. Tho United States of America, plain
tiff and petitioner, vs. Tha Honolulu
Plantation Company, a corporation, cl
ol., defendant and respondent.
We, tho Jury In tho above-entitled
action, upon tho Issues framed In said
action between the above-named plain
tiff and petitioner and Tho Honolulu
Plantation Company, a corporation, de
fendant and respondent nbovo-nnmrd,
find tho following verdict, to wit:
1. Wo find that the .above-named
plaintiff and petitioner Is entitled to
have all the right, title nnd Interest ot
said defendant In and to the tract anl
parcels, of land Involved herein 'con
demned for tho uses nnd purposes set
out In tho petition on flic herein, and
to take, hold and acquire said tracts.
ami parcels of land and their nppur -
tcnances In fee simple absolute, for tha
public uses nnd purposes In said peti
tion set out.
2. We find the value of nil Improve
ments upon the property condemned In
the nbovc-cntltlcd action to be J1H.20S.
3. Wo llnd the value of tho property
condemned In tho above-entitled ac
tion, to wit, the leasehold Interest of
said defendant, said The Honolulu
Plantation Company, a corporation, In
and to tho tracts and parcels of land
condemned heroin, to Jc JS9.7C2 In
United States gold coin.
4. As to that part of the property
herein which constitutes only a por
tion of a largor tract, vv.o find and
ftsucss the damages which will uc-
crueto tho portion not sought to be
condenihed by reason of Its sevcrnnro
from tlin nortlon soueht tn bo eon-
denined, and the construction of tho
Improvements In the manner proposed
by the abovo-named plaintiff and peti
tioner, to bo nothing.
r v & i z zi rz -j
ACTION OF LUSIT4NA
SOCIETY ON SUNDAY
New Officers to be Chosen January 26
- Ameudentto By-laws Proposed
Duties of the
Kier sluco tho annual meeting of tbe
I.usltuna Society, held December 19 of
last year, there has been a feeling of
dissatisfaction at tho election which
was held at that tlmo. This sentiment
became morn and moro popular and a
meeting was called for last Thursday
night to consider tho proposition.' At
that time, there was a postponement
When the meeting was callod to or
der, It was seen tuat theio were over
two hundred of tho members of tho so
ciety present, showing tho Interest
that bad boon aroused ovor tho claim
of lrregulailtles in tho election of I)u
After a long dlscusslun, a motion
filially carried by which tho election ot
tho date already mentioned, was de
clared null ond void, and n now elec
tion was called for January 2C.
In order to do away with the rivalry
(or tho troasurorshlp. which haB al
ways been tho bone ot contention and
which was, at tho meeting of Decem
ber 19, fought for wltn moro than tho
usual amount of vigor, tho same party
that led tho attack on tho election will
endeavor to do something nt tho meet
ing called for January 26.
It is his proposition to introduce an
amendment to tho by-lawfl by means
of which tho greater part of tho duties
of tho treasurer, such ns collecting
funds and the llko, will bo delegated to
tho bookkeeper, who haB his headquar
ters at tho society hall, ond not In any
particular grocory or othor storo.
This, (t Is bclioved, will bring peacw
and harmony to tho society,
' flUIS. KAIIALCWAI DIH8.
Mrs. (Irace Ilarras Kahalewal,
mother of Oustavo Itosc, Mrs. Frank
Kiugcr and Mrs. (Irace Chapman, and
sister or Mrs, Jamea II. Doyd, Mrs. J,
W. Hobertson, Mrs. O, Frceth and
W. M. Oreen, died at iho home of her
son, Gustavo Hose, Printers lano, bo
twecn 0 nnd 7 o'clock this morning
from Urlght's disease, Deceased was
49 years ot ago and had lived In tha
Islands all her life, 'iho body was re
moved to tho homo of her sister, Mrs
J. W. Robertson, Nuuanu avenue, this
morning, and tho funeral will take
place from there at 10 o'clock tomor
row morning, tho Uov. Father Matthias
o( tho Catholic Church officiating.
Haolo, a native, appeared In tho Po
lleo Couit this (orcnoon on tho charge
of aspault with a weapon on H. Ityan.
Tho enso went over until tomorrow,
Haolo's attorney not having had suffi
cient tlma to prepare himself.
6. As to that part of the" property Jury had fitted the verdict to tho bal
condemned herein which constitutes nncc of the appropriation, the juryman
only a portion of a larger tract, we find
and assess tho benefits to tha portlcn
not sought tb bo condemnor by tho
construction of tho .mpvemenU pro-
posed by said plaintiff and petitioner,
to be nothing.
Dated, Honolulu, Hawaii, January
OKOROK W. PAGE.
Foreman ot said Jury.
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,',"' ,. . . '"",' ' "',
ed Immediately on the opening of tha
rcuerai court at vociock mis morning,
It camo in sealed from the hands ol
Marshal Hendry, having been reached
Sunday morning after the Jury had
been out for twenty-thrco hours. ,
The Jury was polled, cath man do
daring It was his verdict which bad ,
been read, viz.: Charles K. Murray,,
George W. Page, James II? l.ove, Chai.
H. IlaniBay, H. m. Porter, Otto Iller -
1 bach, K. lluffandeau. W. J Illckey, 0.
V. Sturtevant, Captain A. . N. Tripp,
John J. I.eeker nnd M. M. Kohn.
J. J. Dunne, United States Attorney,
and Hatch & Sllllman, attorneys for
the defendant, one after another noted
extentloiiH tn the verdict and cave
nntlxn nf nw.llnn f,.r- n nun- trial
There was some good huaiored ban- quarrel with tho verdict. It Vlng the1 VT, ' 1 , n'1,,,"1,'.10,l " ""U0,'! -(crime
of each other by the attorney, desire of the Ooyernment to give a. So nd claim" to havo been cut
when the court adjourned. Mr. SIIU- sonablo Mitlsfactlon to the defendaniM by a Poito ltlcau.
Irian said the Jury had contrived to In the condemnation proceedings I .
make the total umount $105,000, correi-
pond to Admlrnl llradford's announce -
ment that If the Dlshop Dstate ver-
diet were sustained there would bo left
JIO.'.OOO of the appropriation.
This, however, proves to be a sheer
l-nlnrlilnnrn Onn nf thp tnrv ncrnHtpil
a Bulletin reporter nfter adjournment
nnd. rmlllnr oiit.of his norHet h clln
nine from M:ihirrt.iv' Unite tin MnnUn
of "the remarkable coincidence." It
was the Washington dispatch contain
ing Admiral llradford's Interview.
When told of the suspicion that the
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A decision was filed today by tho Su
premo Court overruling tho demurrer
and ordering the writ Issue In the mat
ter of tho application of II. It, Hitch
cock and .others on behalf of tbem
selves and tho other stockholders In
the Knmalo case, tor a writ of manda
mus against Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
First Judge ot the Circuit Court. Tho
decision )s by Justice (lalbralth, sit
ting with Justice Perry. The syllabul
la as follows!
An order of this court remanding an
equity cause to a Judgo ot tho Circuit
Court with direction to receive ovl-
dence on an lasuo raised bv amended
pleadings filed after the close of tha
nrloltml hnarln... I.nfnrn .M !,!,. .!
In support of which evidence was of-
forr.il ml rl.rl,l ,!.. '. .l.r.rf n
.. . i i.. I ... i , . , . ...
'new trial" and Is not within tho inhi
bition of Sec. 84 of the Organic Act.
disqualifying a Judge from sitting "on
an appeal, or now trial. In any case,"
In which ho may have given n previous
This decision means that Judga
Humphreys will have to try th Ka
At a meeting on Saturday tho Hoard
of Education mailo tho lollovvlng as
signments of teachers;
Mrs. Harry, formerly under tbe
Uoaid's employ as .Miss Nuttlo dos
Ilels, was appointed assistant at Wal
luku. In place of Miss Margaret Nam.
who has become Mrs, W. II. Field since
Miss Kimball, having declined tbe
appointment to Wahlawa, Oahu, Mlsn
Devans was assigned to that school In
stead of Jho Normul School, as pre
For tho Normal School vacancy Miss
Nina Wallace was detailed.
Miss Ulacow was appointed assist
ant at I'naullo, Ilamaltua, Hawaii.
A lifo diploma was voted to Robert
Law, vlco principal of tho Iloyal
Threo barkentlnes sailed for the
north coast yesterday. They wore tha
Kllkltat; Oeorgo C. PorklnB and Jas.
Johnson. They nil left within a coil
plo of hours of each other, and, as all
aro fast, will havo an (Interesting race
lo their destination.
A board of survoy consisting of Ma
jor Ztcgler. Captain Johnson and Lieut.
Gorman, was appointed by CoTonel
Jones to examino Into tho condition
of the regimental equipment. Tho sur
vey was made Immediately, nniTSTiout
one hundred and fifty old coatB and tho
Bamo number of trousers and other
equipment were condemned.
declared nostltlvelv that such was not!
the case. None of the Jury saw tho
rirndford Interview until after they had
agreed on the verdict. ., It was the
speaker whptlrcw their atjffitlon to It
upon' opening the tlulletln after tholr.
labors were ended,
'Wouldn't that Jar you?" was tha
cyclamatloi of Kirk Porter when 1
whmvn iho nrtiMn nlm.,, with ihn nth.
ii .1... .1 . .... ,..!"
I. . '','""B """ 'KiK" "l " J,,rOnco there, they gathered others ol
had agreed on the figures of tho award, their coimlrjincn about them and
at a o'clock Saturday night. Tha
twelfth man held out against them all
Attorney Dunne declares he Is utter
ly nt a loss to account for tlicflnillnt
of $15,000 tor Improvements, as he
maintains there nrc none such existent
on the pioperty. It could not havt
been on the basis of expenditures, for
. that was rilled out by tho court. If
otherwise the ti
i testimony was that K0.
COO was expended by the defendant.
which should have Ik en awarded It any
damages on that account were nlloweu.
Mr. Dunne says he will ninke tho
strongest protest against the nvv.irJ
for (niiiirivpnti.ntii A. n Iho fofinniinl.l
, ll.nlf l.n ,. .. .l ... ,,,!. .ll..,.,...l , I
The award for the leasehold romprls
! lug SCl.acrcs. of which only 51-' was
. claimed good for cultivation, Is pro-
clsely $li!0 an acre. or the fei- slm-
( pie of the lands the Dlshop Kstale nar
nwarded by the other Jury at th rata
nf 17.1 nn ni-rn
Another coincidence In tho matter
i lu the fart flint, ilu.nchds.te.1 .t,.i.
nnv tlm v..r,tl,.( und ,li,n,r.l l , ,t
nn iim ihtrt....,.)!. .! -,f !,,.... .. i.u.
thn vprdlrt In ih iit.hAn nt,.t'n ,niThe 'r,y started from Wnlmea nnd
wni mndeie,! nn iho ihlrir.i.,11, nf n
- rx x & -- tj -as -ifrre tj
SIHH M A
ATTORNEY A. A. WILDER
ATTACKED IN HIS ROME
Jumped Out of Bed to Grapple
With Fellow But Slipped
and Pell What Neighbor
Friends of Attorney A. A. Wilder
aro congratulating luni lodny oil tils
escape Iroiu moro serious Injuries than
'" o snow on tho very face of
tlllllgB, IIO UiaV' BaV 11101 llU hail U
"J !'! '""" T'i!"1 ."V"'.''1 "" W"?. a
tllblo or tho bedpost, btlt, OS B matter
0I Iaa' "'" rtKini wos entered by n
burglar und, lu the encounter, he re-
, reived Injuries about tho oyo and head,
.Mr, Wilder returned to his home, tin
, I-unnlllo street neur Peusacola, nt
""'"" '.' " -.""- auiuruay nigiii. ana,
lllirill llltl ututnr .una .,,, n 11-nll.ll.i
Dunn, his sister, wns out nt Wnlklkl,
bo he was tho Bole occupant of tho
Wilder undreBRcd, put his money on
the table, and went to bed. Hu had
nnt fionn tvlniv thorn vrtrv Inn. u'lmn
... .. .,... ..,., ... ..,, a t w remembered Mr
'L;r I", o 'or.' T.?,ri!l.1!u'S ?! '"? 90?$
could soon distinguish tho flguro oltondIBM innrVh''0"" 'J ' "rt0;""on. am for "dWHonri sea
largo man coming toward tho bed. I hrlo" "t niictlon "PBOt T No,rn,r" waa made nt th 'rt
very evidently making lor the tablet,
whero tho money had been placed.
Wilder waited until tho man was
close enough and then hu spiaug out
of bed. In doing this no slipped ami
fell on tho floor. Tho robber was on
him llko a Hash, and hu was stunned
by a blow on the head.
Ho cried out and neighbors ran to
his assistance but tho robber had made
nts escupe. He was undoubtedly in
tho bouse in biding when Mr. Wilder
Friends took tho vouiic mnn to one
of tho neighbor's houses and later to
a doctors ofllco whero tho wounds
Mr. Nagel, who lives near by. states
that, as ho waa returning homo be
tween 10 and 11 o'clock, ho saw a man
skulking nlong by tho bushes outside
wr. wilder h home.
WALL, NICH0L8 ROIIilURY.
rtobGors wero active ngaln Saturday
night. Bomeono got Into tho candv
dopnrtment of tho Wall Nichols Com
pany, broke open tho rnsh reglstor
ami stoio irom tnrco to four dollars In
silver, nothing clso was disturbed.
Tho person or persons who entered
tho stole would undoubtedly have
gono Into tha book nnd stationery de
partment, wncro tno main olfleo s s t-
uated, but a heavy Iron goto barred
iiiritier progress. i;ntrnnco was effect
ed by means of tho transom at tho
rear of tho candy department.
The weekly edition of th Evening
Dulletln Is the lamest and best pub
lished In the Territory, Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
wow in sin mm it
AFFRAY AT WAIPA1IU
Knives and Clubs in the Hands if
Angry Foreigners Do Much
Damage at Oahu
There was an exciting fight at Oahu
plant. Ion yesterday afternoon In
one uumircu Japanese
nd Porto H'cnns took part, with thu
rc"ult, ,n,at "everal of both parlies
, taM'm ffi'i
u,nu , ,.e(i for tno laborers to ico
to the fields, '
Tho trouble started on Ford's Island
'and what the prime tauso was Is not
known. The Japanese, who wcro In
grcaier niiniuers man mu i-orto ui
cans, chased the latter off tho Island.
tit .!.. !...., I. -.I ... ....!. ... t, l..-l...
mm. mvjr miu lu nniiu lu tuiJUUU
started back rmed with knives and
clubs tu exterminate the Japs. Th
latter, however expected this and
were waiting for tho attack, also otmed
with a miscellaneous assortment n
weapons. Thu fight was short whllr
It lasted nnd some blood was split
All ulong thu. Walplo peninsula tbe
angry men went nt cadi other ham
"er and tougs, and they fuugbt to the
vicinity or tnn sintiuu. There thn
wore met und dispersed by h crowd ol
lutias, who, armed with blneksnnkes,
got luto tho crowd and soon had them
running In all directions.
This morning several of the wound
cd vvurrlors were brought tu town for
treatment. One was stabbed in the
back and vvus taken to thu OuoenV
llOSUltlll Ullll tilt' Otll'T had his fldlll
Captain John lloss, wjillc on the Isl
and of Hawaii recently was with n
;.,y "'l" ""J"0 " ,0"r c,fnr r"lln"
'""' "01- -' was as high as 7000
' 'e,'t and Saw snow rfn'bnth'that rnoun
IU and Mnunn l.o summit regions
' lh;1"" "lln ok In Mana and Hiimuula
sneep rnncn. jn interesting met noted
vy captain itiws was tnc Healthy
growth of n joiuig koa forest. upon n
region devastated by fire sotive years
iuriy nei mgii. i-roni mis recruilcs
rente of finest upon burnt land. Cap
tain Hoss predicts that new forests
will spring up In the tracts swept by
lire the past jiar.
Walluku, .Inn. 11. A. N. Haysclden,
the popular deputy Bherlff of Maul, has
tendered his resignation to take effect
as soon as one Is appointed to fill his
plate. Mr Haysclden has proved
himself to bo a very energetic and
elllclcnt deputy nnd also n very ablo
prosecutor In the District Court. It
will bo clearly seen that It will b
hard to keep a man of his calibre In
oldie with the very meagre salary the
use i.egisiaiurp provided (or tho office.
Mr. Hnybelden Intends to devote his
time to enhancing his taro Interests at
Oeorgo I.ycurgus bought at auction
today noon a lot of Government land
tuiKuiiiing sii,uuu square feet on Wala
uiiciiiiii mrppi. tiiin tni tho u nf 1
nf iir..fii r.m. M nJ"u.L:",1" "fmnntli.. In Western .
tendent of Public .WorkB, conducted dfi " ,or ,hp ,att'r
riot Villt tini-lnilloul l.....t -x i.
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store, and our prices tho lowest for
mntiiinniMniT Cnna C4r I
He Has Done All in His
Power to Comply
THE FEDERAL ATTORNEY
ADYISES THE COLLECTOR
Wanderings of the American Bark
Benjamin Sewall-Why the' Master
Could Ntt Procure His
The following letter of advice frcm
the Federal' Attorney to the Collector
of Customs will be of Interest to marl
Honolulu. II T Jan. 13, 1902.
Hon. i:. It. Stuckablo, Collector of
Cdstoms, Port ot Honolulu, Ha
waii. Sir: I am lu receipt of the following
'ommunlratlon ftom ou.
"1 have Iho honor to transmit here
rlth the report of II. J. llalsted. master
of the American bary Ilenjamln Sewall
-( lloston, Mass., which vessel entered
at this port In distress (rom Vancou
ver, 11. C. en route to Freomantle.
"In this connection I deem It proper
to state that the muster (ailed to ex
hibit to the boarding officer: as Is re
quired by Art IfiSl C. It. Ik09, tho
crew list from the last American pork
Vhe veshel above referred to cleared
from llaltlmote. Md on or about Jan
uary 4th, lSHS. and according to tha
rerords and report of the master of
tald vessel thin Is the last American
port from which she cleared.
"1 would respectfully nsk If the pen
alties as prescribed by Art. 131 C. It.
1S99, und the sections therein cited,
should be Imposed upon the master nf
this vessel (or failure tu exhibit the
crew list from the. last American port?"'
lu replying thereto, I beg to obsern
that the history of this ship's wander
ings during the last four ears Is not
Irrelevant. She cleared from the dis
trict of llaltlmorc. In the State nt
.Maryland, on or about Jan. 4th, 19S,
on a voyage to Pan Francisco, but was
compelled to put lu at Monte Video be
cause on fire. Here, she discharged
her cargo, und then proceeded to tho
Island of Mauritius, in the Indian
ocean, with a cargo of mules. Having
discharged this cargo, sho then pro
reeded to Singapore, In ballast; and
upon nrrlvnl there, loaded with lumber
(or Mauritius. At this latter port, she
discharged her lumber, and then pro
ceeded to the port o( Freemantle.
In Western Australia. At this port
she loaded lumber (or South Africa,
discharged tho same, and returned to
Freemantlo In ballast. Here, sho
loaded sandalwood (or Hongkong, and
proceeded to that port.
Up to this point o( time, the shin had
been under the command o( Capt. Ar
thur II. t-ewcll, nnd tho papers before
me show that, on December 29th, 1900,
In the City o( Victoria. Polony of
Hongkong, II. J. llalsted. having taken
the oath required by law before W. V.
Aldrlch. V. & D. Consul General, suc
ceeded Capt. Scwcll as master of tho
ship. After discharging her cargo at
Hongkong, tho ship proceeded In bal
last to Singapore, nnd there loaded for
Shanghai, China. Here she discharg
ed cargo, and proceeded In ballast to
the port of Vancouver, Ilrltlsh Colum
bia. At this last port, tho ship loaded .
a. cargo of lumber, now on board, tot
cn ruulr "om Vancouver to 1 reemnn-
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Tonnscnd Custom House, as the vov-
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