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SUNDAY AlORNIINQ'S BULLETIN
Vol. X, No. 2071.
HONOLULU, TEKMTORY OP HAWAII, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1L 1902
Piticn 5 Ci:xts.
When Japanese Was
Struck by Car on
POLICE COURT CASE
TRIED THIS FORENOON
Prosecutor Asks Motorman If He
Came Here By Salt or Fresh
The case of O. C. Scott, tho motor
man of tho llapld Transit Company
who wob running tho car on Lillha
street the other night when a Japan
ese was run down, came up for trial In
tho Police Court today noon and con
sumed tho time of tho forenoon ses
sion. The defendant was chargdd with
heedless driving of car No. 4 up Lillha
street, thereby endangering tho safety
nf the public. A pica of not guilty
was entered. Attorney W. It. Castlo
appearing for tho defendant.
Tho case was one of great Interest
sinrn it invnlved tho nucstton of just
how fast a motorman may conduct bis
car through tho street, to tho safety of
the public, a matter which has often
been discussed In town by people who
hno had occnslon to gel out oi mo
way of approaching cars and who havo
had some narrow escapes, particular
ly on Wilder nvenuo and Lillha street
The prosecution put tho following
on tho stand. -cut. Leslie and Pa
li olman Sidney Smith of tho Mounted
Patrol. Detective Kaapa. George Kaca
nnd Mlllona. Manager Ilallentync was
also called by the prosecution to
prove that tho defendant was on car
No. 4 on the night of tho accident.
The testimony of tho pollco officers
nnd tho two natlvo witnesses who
wcro Btandlng outside tho Chlneso the
ater at the time of tho accident, was
substantially the Bame. Sidney Smith
nnd David Knapa said tho car was go
ing at tho roto of at least thirty miles
an hour, and that It was almost to
Vineyard street before It Btopped.
There was no ringing of tho gong that
they wcro able to hear. However, Ml
llona was tho only ono of tho witnesses
who swore positively that tho gong
was not sounded. Tho Jnpaneso who
was struck was not attempting to
cross tho track. He was standing on
tho Hwa side when struck. Knea. when
nskod how fast ...o car was going when
It passed the cntrnnco to tho theater,
answered by making a nolso like tho
blowing of tho wind.
Tho fun came when the defense be
gan Its sldo of tho case. Scott, thu
motorman and defendant, took his
place on tho stand as If ho expected
In have a real nlco time. Ho answered
tho question of his attorney In good
ghnpc, but when cross examined by the
prosecution changed his tactics nnd
got very funny Indeed. Flnnlly. Depu
ty Sherllt ChllHngworth asked tho
witness If ho had como to tho country
by salt or fresh water and Scott an
nwcred: "That Is nono of your busl
In his testimony, Scott omitted to
say a woid about the sounning of thu
gong In contradiction of tho state
ments of tho witnesses for tho prose,
cution that tho gong had not sounded.
Naturally, tho prosecution did not ask
any questions of the witness along
A native woman, one of the pnsecn
gers aboard tho car at tho tlmo of tho
accident, got very much rnttled on tho
stand. Sho stntcd that tho car was
only going nt tho rato of about secn
miles an hour, the samo rato that thu
motorman nnd conductor had testified
to. Tho witness also admitted having
had a conversation with W. K Castle
In tho latter's offlco previous to the
trial. Aside from these points, sho
did not seem to know much.
The conductor of the car said ho did
not recall the sounding of the gong
Ho was on tho Inch part of tho car
pi e Ions to tho accident and could not
tell what was going on In front.
A. Loulsson, another passenger on
tho car stated that It was betwecr two
nnd three hundred feet beforo tho car
was stopped. Thin testimony was In
SURE OF IT !
"Bo sure you'ro light then go
ahead" was Davy Crockett's
We know Just what wo can
do In tho photographic- lino nnd
our work is of n grndo that wo
will bo pleased to have you ap
ply tho above rulo to us.
We know that with our excel
lent facilities and knnwledgo nf
the art wo can do supeilor work
and our now studio Is strictly
up-to-now In ovory detail. Como
and look arouud.
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
direct contradiction1 of tho evidence of
the motorman and conductor, who both
said that tho car was stopped within
After this testimony tho case was
argued and Judge Wilcox stated that
he wished to tako It under advisement
until tomorrow forenoon. At that time
ho would announce his decision.
DIREdORS OF THE MANOA
AND PAL0L0 LAND CO.
Have Increased Capital Stock From
$40,000 to $200,000 to Build
Road Routes In
At n meeting of tho stockholders
nnd directors of tho Manoa nnd Palolo
Construction nnd Land Company, Lim
ited, held laBt Saturday, Fcbruorv f!,
tho capital stock of tho company was
Increased (as provided for In Its char
ter) from J40.000 to J200.000; also nn
Issuo of 1100,000 In bondB author'zeJ.
This Is for tho purpose of carrying
out tho plans of the company to pur
chase tho largo tract of land In the Mn
noa valley, upon which tho filling ma
terial Is located, and to proceed at
onco to construct a railway (rom Ka
plolanl Park through tho aear-Lanstng
tract to connect with tho route already
surveyed with Manoa and Palolo val
leyB by this company. More than one
half of tho stock and bonds havo been
sold and several other blocks of 5000
and 10,000 aro being negotiated for by
parties who aro Interested In tho ob
lccts of the comimny.
Somo 400 acres of land aro available
for filling and two parties are now rea
dy to closo contracts. The price ror
filling tho low-lands In tho Walklkl dis
trict will range from 27J to 30 cents
per cubic yard according to depth of
fill and nrea contracted for. Tho main
lino will run by trolley system with n
powerful electric freight motor, capa
bio of handling COO to 700 carloads.
Mr. Ssklnner of the Hawaiian Klectrlc
works has been appointed electrical
engineer of the company to lnstal tho
plant. This road will reach the Har
rison quarry on tho Clear-Lansing
property and tho largo rock crusher
of tho Palolo Land Company, having
a cnnnclty of 300 yards per day.
Tho portablo sidetracks leading
from the main lino to tho land to bo
filled will bo equipped with switch en
gines to tako the cars from tho main
line. It is proposed to transport lum
ber nnd other material for building,
from tho new Illshop wharf to tho two
valleys named nnd to haul ballast to
tho ships at tho wharf. Whllo tho
subdivisions nf theso valleys are in
process of settlement, n motor and
trailer will give morning nnd evening
scrvlco for workmen and residents.
The first tracit will bo laid from tho
Park through tho Genr-LanBing tract
to Palnlo and Manoa valleys, Charles
P Orlmwood of Grlmwood. Richardson
& Co., having been nppotnted superin
tendent of construction nnd surveys,
nnd will soon complete tho line. He
will nlso run a preliminary lino of tho
proposed Park boulevard.
Tho boulevard proposition wns start
ed by members of the company, nnd If
tho contract for filling the snme Is sc
cured by It, n liberal subscription will
bo forthcoming to help out tho project.
The Boulevard Club list Is being added
to every day by peoplo who appreciate
tho Importance of tho Improvement of
Honolulu, and In n number of cases
pal tics havo looked up tho list volun
tnrlly and subscribed double tho
amount called for.
It Is proposed that no one shall bo
c ailed upon for moro than ho can con
trlbuto from tlmo to tlmo without feel
ing It. Owners of rigs have figured out
thnt tho Bavlng of wear and tear on
vehicles will be mnro than they
tiled upon to contribute.
upon in c
As no record appeared In the ofll(ied to be. so It Is not probable that he
nr tuc Jiiuiciary uiern or uio injunc-1
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tlnn reported to havo been refused the
Attorney General by thc Chief Justice,
to lestraln Circuit Judge Gear fiom
proceeding with the trlalB of so-called
transition period prisoner, a milium
icporter mndo Investigations to find
what had become of thc document. Be
foro publishing the fact that an In
junction had been petitioned and re
fused, this paper had obtained its cor
roboration from tho Chief Justice
Chief Justice Frcar was asked a few
days later If ho had tbe writ nn file.
His reply wns that ho might have a
copy of It In his offico but was not
certain. This was said outside ot tbe
Judiciary building. Tho Chief Justice
vvcut on to say that he had not thc
original, which was the official, copy In
his possession, It having been taken
away by the Attorney General upon
Its refusal. It had not been filed.
Attorney General K. P. Dole was af
terward met und asked If the refused
writ had ever been filed. The answer
was In the uegntlvc.
"It Is then as If It had never been?"
was next asked.
"Yes," Mr Dole replied "The Chief
Justice refused to grant tho injunction
on tho ground thnt Judgo Gear's pro
ceedings In the matter were n nullllty
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
G A It. was held last Thursday
night Thcio was an attendance of
twelve or more and an enjoyable sea
slon was held. Nothing nf Importance
wob done Tho members will soon be
gin to mako plans for tho regular Dep
ot utlon Day observance.
The United States Naval Transport
Solace arrived here from Quam and
Manila this morning after a splendid
trip of twelvo days from the former
place. In coming to dock the vessel
got herself In considerable toulilc on
account of the high wind blowing at
the time and did considerable damage
to the wharf, the tug Rover, and tho
dolphin off the marine railway. In
fact, she hit everything In range from
the lighthouse until she brought up
broadside to, at the Pacific Mall
Thc actions of the vessel caused con
siderable comment among thc people
on the wharf and thero were many sug
gestions as to how ships should be
docked and lines run. When the ves
sel first started In for tho navy slip,
she was well headed and coming along
nicely. To diminish her headway, tho
engines were stopped. Then the high
wind took charge of her and she lost
steerage way. This was off the light-
house. She made a shear for tho
yachts off thc Healanl boat house but
was checked Into the dolphin off tho
marine rnllwoy and nearly tarried it
Tho little tug Rover was the next
object which got In line and thc So
lace went nt her like a cat at a mouse
and nearly capsized her. Hnekfcld's
scow, the Pioneer, was In Immncnt
peril of being rammed but fortunately
escaped. The big steamer then backed
out n little nnd then started on a bee The officers of the Solace are nt
lino for the Pacific Moil wharf which present as follows- Commander. Ilcr
shc smashed Into several feet dep and bert Winslow; Lieut. Com. A. G. Rog
vvas brought up all standing. ' crs, Executive Officer; Lieut. Com. C.
She wns then taken charge of again A Carr. Chief Engineer; Navigating
by the wind nnd blown broadside on Officer, I" T. Holmes; Lieutenants,
to tho wharf, her stern extending Roscoo Spear. F. II. Brumby; P. A.
across tho navy slip and her bow Pu master, T. J. Arms; Ensigns C. P.
pointing, towards the Klnnu wharf. All Nelwon, W. II. Tardy; Lieut. It. M.
the time this was happening, Cora- Cults, U 8 M..C: Chief Snllmaker, M.
mnnder Herbert Winslow was stand- P. Bnrr: Warrant Machinists, .1. W.
Ing calmly and bravely on the bridge Murray, Charles Hosung. Oscar Bra
Issuing orders In a clear voice while gonier; Paymaster's Clerk, M, J. O'
the officers and men followed com- llrlen; Surgeon. C. F. Sfokes; Assist
mands In their efforts to get the vessel nnt Surgeons. W L. Hell, H C Curl;
out of her plllkla. Chaplain, Frank Thompson. On tcm-
vt vitivivivmavi viaas aviwstiVittrt
A few nights ago J Batehclnr of tho
Treasurer's Department, found a bl
cyclo In front of his placo on King
street. It had been standing thero
sluco nn early hour In tho ovenlng nnd
It was close upon midnight when he
found it. He took It into the limine nnd
tho next day ailvertlseil in llie paper
tho milling or the lilejclu unu auie to
Yesterday a party called In nt tho
newspaper offico which had published
tho advertisement, and left tho iium-
ber of tho bicycle. Ho stnteil mat tno
vicinity where nnd tho time It was
found corresponded closely to tho clr-
cumstances under which his bicycle
was lost. He then went away from
tho offico and Mr. llatchelor was com-
mimic ated with.
On returning homo In tho afternoon
Mr. iiatcncior went to mo piueo no uau
'"" tho Llcyclo and found that it was
KU,,U- "" i" "i'. "''
(now nnytllnB of nnyonc making In-
qulrles at the house, so It was nt onco i
supposed the blcyclo had been stolen.
The man who called In nt the news
paper offico yesterday was not told In
whoso nossesslon tho bicycle hapnen-
wnlKcii into mo premises oi n pnvneo
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pattl and carried i.ff the bicycle with
olit saving anything, oven If he found
, that It did belong to liim.
HIE EEDll FORESTER
Udwnrd M Gitmtli
In foicstiv. leaves In
tho China He
will snend n month In Jnnan beforo
proceeding to the Philippines While
In Honolulu .Mr. Grimm lias neen tno
guest of Joseph P. Cooke. He had to
forego his visit to the Moamilua to.est
on nccuunt of Indisposition attributed
to tho water he drank at Walalua. Mr.
Griffith's picllmlnary Investigation nf
Hawaiian forests, during' Ills month's
stay. Is legarded as of great Import
ance lu government circles. Person
ally, hc has mailo an excellent Im
pression In the community and will bo
greeted by a host of friends when he
returns to the Islands.
ST. CLflMENT'K KCIIOOLtlOUKII
St Clement's Chapel Sunday scbonl
building committee wns o.ganlzed yes
toiday evening Rev J. Vsbome, lee.
tor, was elected chairman, the .other
mombers being John Guild, tteasur
er; Herbert Mist Becietnry, Mrs .1.
II. Snper. president St. Clement
A report was presented showing ex
cellent progress In financing the proj
rctcd S'linnl hnuso Excavating foi
the lotiudntinns has already begun nnd
building ope.atlons will bo expedited.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
IINTO MAIL WHARF
On Her Way to
Finally the services of thc Fearless
were called for and that tug started to
haul, the Solace's bow out from the
wharf allowing her stern to swing into
thc slip while ropes of all kinds were
run out over the sldo to the navy I
wharf to check her sternWay. Sho j
wns finally moored safely and cveryonn I
breathed easier. I
The last time the Solace was hero.
8hc nlu aboard thc Tlllcy Court Mar
tini who were taken to Pago Pngo and
returned here. She .then sailed fori present nt the coronation rercmonlcs
Guam and Manila and Is now return- of King IMwnrd. Commander Cogges
Ing. Her trip has been an uneventful well wns formerly In command of tho
one with the exception of the death on raptured Spanish gunboat, Isln de I.u
the voyage from Guam of one of tho zon, nnd Is on his way home on sick
marines on his way home. Four dnys leave. Dr. UIh has been for several
out from Guam thc man died of dysen
tery and was burled at sen. Thc burial
ceremony wns most Impressive and
was attended by the whole ship's com
pany. Chaplain Frank Thompson,
formerly of the cruiser Hrookljn, offi
ciated, and during the ceremony and
burlnl thc steamer vrss stopped. As
the body was consigned to Its ocean
gravo the squad of murines fired the
customary volley, while the bugler
sounded taps. The whole assemblage
then Joined In singing "Nearer, My
God to Thee."
Among the civilians aboard there Is
but one lady, Miss Corlno Quant, who
has been In Guam and Is returning to'
her home on thc Mainland. Severn!
naval officers are Via the vessel for
temporary duty while on
home to be relieved
aa avtaaatitttt wii'tf wwww ;
ON HIE LEPER Hill
.funics K Kaulla. the native attor
ney, stnted this morning that there Is
not as much muse for remarks ngulnst
the Wilcox Leper bill us niie would
suppose. He mild that he had Just re
ceived n letter from Delegate Will ox
jn ,vnci, Hawaii's representative stilt
eil tlnt hc w BtU1 8U( n lMM nnrt
thut therefore be could not tnke his
BCat n the im,g0 f Representatives
, do any woik on tho bills which he
lnd introduced In Congress.
It Boema that section 2 Is tho one
thnt , )CnK B0 nlrll objected to by
,)CO)l(. throughout tho Islands," said
Mr Kaulla. "and that petitions havo
, )t.t.n Bcnt to Washington ngnlnst thu
adoption or the name. Peoplo of the
Islands do not look kindly on the prop
ostion of sending to Hnvvnil nel all tin-
i,.pors from the Mnlnlnnd
.., , ,,,l(.r 0,.gt,. WIKox states
that lie Is nlso against mis section,
oni that H ,lu able to gel
back lu the House of Representatives
lie will make a big light against it. Hn
himself dnes nnt believe that any gnod
ulll come by the adoption of thu
"Thn Idea nf the neleirnl Is In havo
tbe Federal Government take charge
nf tho lepers. It being bis belief that I
by this means something could be dnno
toward tho finding of n cure for thn
drended dlsense He thinks that as
long ns the Territorial Government hns
charge u move In this direction will I
nover be made.
I "It Is all very well to tako cam of
tho lepers and give them fnnd, cloth
Ing nnd n place to stny, hut something
moro than this should bo done
I Bhould be a persistent effort to Hndn
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The Fulled States Navy Depaitmcnt
has reworded the faithful servlco and
good conduct of Matoklcht Hayashl. .a
Japanese cook nf the Subtle, with u
bronze medal The man has served
three teims In the Navy and hns nc
quitted himself with much ctedlt The
medal wns presented to him todnv
aboard the vessel.
S.S, ALAMEDA, FEBRUARY 26
next nxpitnss stkamrr to
I COAST I
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
I TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American Mes
(H5 1 MEDAL
pornry duty Pay Clerk, It J Little,
Commander J K Coggswcll, Assistant
Surgeon W. II I'lsh.
Tho passengers aro Miss Corlne
Quant, George M. Lewis, T. Ilc)er, C.
C. Wilson, Lieut. George Van Orden,
U. S. M. C.
Chaplain Frank Thompson was for
mcrly on the cruiser Brooklyn, ind
wns detached. He Is now on his way
home whllo his former vessel wns to
have left Manila for nurope, to be
ycars In tho Philippines and on thc
supply vessels running between Ma
nila and the Colonies He Is well
acquainted with the people on the
Sprcckels' boats and wns for a time
on the San Francisco-Australian run.
George M. Lewis Is a young machinist
on his way home from Guam where
he was sent on the last trip of the So
lace for duty. Finding that there were
no tools with which to work when ha
nrrlved nt Guam he asked for a trans
fer and Is now on his way to Mnro
Island Navy yard. Seventeen mnrlnes
aboard are from Cnvlte and Guam
cither on the sick or discharged list
From the men aboard the Solace It
Is learned that the converted erulsei
Manila which wns formerly n gunboat
In the Spanish navy, is on her way to
San Francisco and will probably stop
'it this port en route
Thc bad weather at present prevail
ing here wns not met by thc Solacn
until yesterday when the southerly
swell and wind were encountered th
other side of Kauai Night before Inst
the transport Thomas was passed but
not near enough for communication.
The Solace will take about 100 tons
of coal nt this port and sail for San
Francisco either tomorrow evening or
enrly Sunday morning. As she Is
pointed out thc channel and has almost
a straight rourso nhead of her It It
not thought that she will have any
trouble gottlng to sea
t: waxatifivtv: ";sw ";.' .';'; r;
The gnsollno schooner Kcllpse ar
rived from Maul and Hawaii ports
this morning after a remarkably
rough trip fiom the tlmo bIic got Into
the Mnlnknl channel. Captain Town
send reports thnt he had nil he want
ed to do to look nut for the vessel lasi
evening nnd until hc got Into pui:.
Along the Konu coast the weather was
pretty bnd but In the Hawaii channel
and the southern point of Mnlnknl It
wns very smooth. The sea between
l .vioiiiKni anil mis island wns vny
unu uiu csrei sin p pen iniiin
She had n deck load of cattle
. M, ,rTI i . , ; I ' wharves all along tho front,
mmocaer.,1 zxzUr tv T" "a,T ,h?
on her Inst trip up the Kcllpse had " ' ' Pi'.8 ""' ' ' f ia""P
- it i.ii. ,. ..i....i . i. m.-
holler caused n great deal of tro.,1,1,.
hero In getting It nbonid, but ot Its
.destination It took but an hour to got
J owlnanl an.l onto n mow Fro...
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" nH ,,pr t'e place where It Is to
bu set up. took live dnjs of labor and
the men who had the handling of it
nfter the crow of the Kdlpse washed
their hands nf it. would rather in
tempt to move a brick bouse thiill
tackle a big piece like the boiler again
The people Inteiesled In the llttlo
strip of land In tho Pnwan tract which
Is giving tho Rapid Transit Company
so much tiouble, aro now laying their
plans to fight tho latter, not by means
of physical Torcu but through thu me
dium of the couits It Is likely thnt
lhpy ,, ,, Mo (j mt
dellnlte nctlon in n day or so Tho In
tuition Is of course to prevent the
I Hnltlil Tinnglt Cnninanv frmn lavint?
ItH tracks over the disputed territory ,
If it Is possible. I
I It Is claimed that the Chinaman who
had the lease to tho promises from
Judge Mc Cully Is still In full posses
slon, nnd that when the McCull) tract
was handed over to the new owners'
tills was overlooked It seems to be
tho Intention of tho Rapid Transit
Company to go right on with thu work
and to lay tho tiackB nver tho China
man's premises ns well as over tho
othei parts through which the right
of way has been arranged fur Cor
tnln It is that tho laborers and the con
trol tor ovi'i seeing the work will not
meet with any reslstnnce of a physical
WEDDING NliXT WEI1K.
Mr David H.iughs and Miss Mr
Xlillnn, whoso engagement wns an
nnunred to Intimate friends nf both
home months ngn will be married next
Wednesday The gloom Is the Terrl
to.lal fnrester and thu lulde the only
child of Dr McMillan Government
physician of Wnlauae.
8t Andrew' Consecrntlon.
On Sunday. March 9, Illshop Willis
assisted by all the Kplscopal clergy
will consecrate St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Tho decision wns recently arrived at
by Illshop Willis, and plans arc al
ready being made for tno event ine
day chosen is mid-Lent Sunday, nnd
In addition to the consecration lore
tnony, there will be observances uf
that day. The consecration will bo
under the forms of tho American
PREDICTS MORE RAIN
Present Course of Storm Unusual
How Southerly Weather Has
Curtis J. Lyons, territorial mcteoro
glst, had the following to say at 1 30
o'clock today regarding tho present
Storm "I believe this storm to be
general. For two or three o"ajs up to
)esterdny, the wind was from the west.
Yesterday, It backed around to the
southwcs.1 and thc barometer fell. My
opinion is that the TaUi will continue
for a few diys, but Just how long I
cannot say at present. The present Is
pot the regulnr rourfo of a storm here.
It Is probably blowing to the north
ward. In fnct most of the storm went
In '.hat dliectlnn and It may be that
this has something to do with the de
lay of the steamers from San Fran
cisco beyond the usual delay for weath
The southerly wenther which has
been prevailing here slnee yesterday Is
nppaic.itly only local unless steamers
coming from tho Coast should report
It when they nrrlve. Both the IT. S. S.
Solace, and schooner IJcllpse which ar
rived here this morning icport that
until within n short distance of this
Island the wenther was calm and thc
M-a unusually smooth. Captain Town-
ien.1 of the lVlltmn sas that in tho '
NEWS OF THE WEATHER
Hawaii channel and between Lnnnl trovcrsy, as between law and equity
nnd Molokal the water was very Jurisdiction Tho bill was Jo declare
,..... i. . i n,, . k, inn,, i,i & trust In dofendaut and order him to
V. . u- .. !i ., """i.'1 executo n deed to plaintiff for certain
Along the hona const the weather w-as . , ,u Manoa ,a,y ,,. aUo
rough but nothing extraordinary for ,n ,,, mPnn,mP to enjoin defendant
this time of year. The trip of the So- fron, proceeding with nn action nt law
lace wns rcmorkoblc for thc calmness against tho plaintiff In equity to quiet
of the wind nnd sea until within n day j title.
of this port when thc southerly and i Albert K. Nawnhl's bill for injunr
mstcrl) swell and wind were met tlon against liakalau Plantation Corn-
All nlong the beach from ll.uber'a Pan' wus denied. It wns to restrain
Point to Diamond Head there Is n ;-' defendant from further occupancy of
markably high surf running and thei;hn;" '"Ibed pieces of sugar cano
.,,.. i. . . .... i i .. 'nnd amounting to nbout sixty ncres.
sea Is v.rj rough There Is a cross norcndan, ncc,,,dt. the land under a
mm running whl h makes it very mi- ,ca8t ,,,,. Uy ,,,, KUardian.
Mimffirtnble for vessels having to buck nMlb plaintiff on reaching his major
pgalnst It Last night the Island ( ty sought to have terminated by no
Mmnicis Mlkahnln and Iwalanl ns soon tlce to the plantation onipany.
us the) got outside the harbor began to Dr John S. II. Pratt was appoint" '
roll and plunge In a ver lively fnsh- administrator of the estate of t . .it
Ion making but slow work of It nn censed wife, Sarnh Catharine Dickson
their way to Knual On the other hand I,rn,t- llniI'r 123.000 bond Tho estate
the steamer l.ehun which left for Manl '" nluei1 nt I2K.125, consisting of real
had everj thing In her favor, set her Prty and securities nnd the heirs
-nil.. .,.! .. . ei.. ...-M !... .1.
-,n, mik, ...in iitini,, tiii.ii tfuiii .mil
nn thc reef In t lie direction of Diamond
In the harbor the wntei is very
rougli nnd with the high wind blowing
, . . .,, .., nv i ,, ,
". ..'"',"" ".'V"". "''""' I
I fttiil tlio h Mi.iir nt I in Mr.ilnnl
, bo.U house are being buffeted
nt n great ruto.
Out In the channel nt the new locn-
tin., nf the Myrtle boat linuse, the wa-
,lr '" n" "rarl n" rmlK" a" " U8"a"
)8 , n ko,, and It will take a south -
il stoim of great fury to doany il.ini -
nge to tho house which is high out ot
the w iter than formerly. All nlong
the wharves where vessels are moored
fenders have been put out to keep the
wkm-Ik fiom lining damage ns they
rise and fall to the swell In Naval
low the boats nt anchor have all Inn
theli stern moorings looked to so that
they will stand the additional strain of
the swell nnd wind.
Is found In tho HAMILTON-BROWN SHOE COMPANY'S shoe and
they bwo ense and comfort.
The popularity of tills shoo Is demonstrated lu tho fact that moro
are sold every year than of nny other shoo in tho world.
Neat fitting, stylish and tho price Is right. You can get them
Manufacturers Shoe Store
I0B7 I'ORT ST.
Many Interesting Cases
Heard by Judge
MARRIED WOMAN CANNOT
ENDORSE FOR HUSBAND
Domingoes Ferreira on Trial for
Heinous Offence Nawahi Loses
Injunction Suit Kidwell
Domlngos Fcrrelrn was put on trial
beforo Judgo Gear this morning for
Intercourse with a female under four
teen. Assistant Attorney General K
A. Douthltt Is conducting the prosecu
tion, and L. M. Straus the defense.
Tho following Jury wns accepted nfter
five men had been excused, tho ma
jority by defendant's challenge Cha.
G Spencer. F. Woodbrldge. James D.
Cockolt, W F. Jones, Fred Goudlc,
E. K. Kaal, V. J. Ordway, .la men
Jaeger. I). Hakuolo, I) Naauao. L It.
A. Hart and W. i: Duvcrenux Thu
only witness called up to noon recess
wns J, .1 McCnndless.
I.Icvcn Indictments, were handed up
by thc Grand Jury toda, which wont
upon the secret llln until the returns
Of summons nre made
Judgo Humphreys has, on applica
tion of defendant, ordered the eject
ment case of Georgo It MrClellan vs.
O. K Cofer. M.I), removed to tho
United States District Court. Defend
ant Is sued ns quarantine officer fur
tho port of Honolulu
In the equity suit of John Kidwell
vs Frank Godfrey, the demurrer was
sustained and tho bill dismissed by
Judge Humphreys. There wns pro
longed argument between A.'G. M.
Robertson for plaintiff nnd Thomas
Fitch for defendant, beforo the decl-
slon. reenrding the status of tho con
"l '"" U'U W IIIIBUIMIU UHU 11 U lllll
dren ranging In age from ten yenri
down to nbout one month.
David Dayton was appointed admin
istrator, under $200 bond, of tho estaio
uf High McMillan, deceased.
C. A. Lung was appointed master to
report on tho accounts of F A. Schne-
I C' , 'Z ' I. iTTA ...m.
1 .. w wmuuii ot u., uuuiv
promlssory note to W. R Sims, admin
istrator, was dismissed by Judge Hum
phreys. The ground of dismissal was
,h interesting one thnt n married
.wunian ennnnt endorse n promlssorj
' ,,to for her husband.
l M. G Sllvn's nccnu.it ns admlnlstra-
tor nf the estate nf John da Cnstn. de-
ceased lias been referred to T. J. Tar-
ley ns mnster.
Defendant In the rnse of Tom Wat
vs Yin Hlng Company bus discontin
ued the appeal from District Magi
Irate Dickey's judgment for plaintiff.
T. Horlto, defendant to an action
brought by Gehrlng & Butzke. moves
for leave to withdraw his tender Into
court of J170.