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Vol. X. No. 2083.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, nil DAY. FEBRUARY 2S 1902
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. Illicit-Liquor Selling Is
Rampant With No
WHITE EVIDENCE PROVES
BROKEN REED TO RELY ON
One Conviction Out of Ten Prosecu
tions Was Obtained Through
Natives Evidence The
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii, Feb. 27.
During the last week the deputy
sheriff, has had an Innings with a vcn
gcance. Seven gamblers ami ten lilt'
clt sellers of liquor, while nearly every
white man on and about the plantation
has been subpoenaed as a witness.
Now let the alphabetical societies
howl some moro against police ways la
Three Chinese gamblers pleaded
guilty and two wero fined $100 apiece,
while the third got $10. Mr. Wallohua
was their attorney. Three nattv
gamblers got their enses nolle pros'd,
while another Chinaman forfeited ball.
On February 25tho cases of the
liquor sellers were called up In the
District Court of West Kat Walohl
nu. Uy the request or desire of Mr.
Hcvvett. the manager of the plantation,
Dr. Thompson, the paid plantation
physician and also government physi
cian for West Kau, defended 'ail tin
ten liquor cases with Hon. J. K. Ke
kaula assisting. r
The first case called wps Ah Fat ol
Honuapo. He got his caBe dismissed
through an error In the charge.
The next case was against Man Yuen
of Naalehu, plea not guilty, n. I
Wllhelm, carpenter on plantation;
0-o. Green, stable man on plantation;
Mr. Schmidt, chemist of the planta
tion, who has quit his Job In conse
alienee of being subpoenaed; Chas.
Auld, stage owner, were witnesses. The
above four gentlemen hnd such ex
traordinary memories that the Judge
i dismissed the case,
Third case, Territory vs. Ting Kce
. alias Akana of Honuapo. Witnesses
were R. L. Wllhelm, Chas. Auld. Kaa-
pana and Wm, Kua, nn cx-pollccman,
but no, they never, did you ever,
bought any liquor and the prosecution
moved for dismissal, which was grant'
Fouith case Territory vs. Ah Sang
of Honuapo. Witnesses called: Ku
uea. Wm. Kua. Kaapana, Kane, Ke
nun. Kuhea swore to the warrant but
when on the stand each and all swore
they never bought liquor. Prosecu
tion moved for dismissal, which was
Fifth case Ah Kam was charged
like all the rest and the above four
swore they never did so. The ense
Sixth case Ah Kwan of Walohlnu,
Witnesses wero: Martin, Sherman,
Hello Kumall, Palca Kumall, but they
all had the same complaint as to nev
er, no never, with the result that the
case was dismissed.
The seventh case was a relief from
the usual monotony. Territory vs. Ah
Sam. selling liquor at HIlea on Janu
ary 4, 1902. Four natives, three men
nnd one woman, sworo to buying and
paying for two bottles of samshu at
S5 cents apiece. They all saw tho pay
ing for It. although only ona did the
buying. Fined 100 nnd costs.
On Friday, the 28th the rases against
one more Chinaman and three Japan
ese will be called.
From the above facts may ho glean
ed much food for thought nnd notwith
standing all that can be said by anti
saloon agitators, there Is not n single
saloon licensed la the vast district of
The records at the different wharves
There hss heon a freed, of a
plate to have films "and plates
properly developed and prlmd 1
and wo have tilled tho want.
Wo are not only experts In
this Hue but do all tho work our
selves and guaranteo It to bo
satisfactory. A single trial will
convince you that wo can do
finishing better and cheaper
than you can havo It done else
where. Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
The Pacific Commercial Advcr-
tlscr shipped to Ewa mill on the
10:40 train, Wednesday, 1600
4 pounds of old papers. 4
fr Tho papers aro to be used to
4 covers the walls of the laborers' 4
4 quarters at the plantation.
The average welghfbf one Ad- 4
4 vcrtlier Is 2V4 ounces.
4 This gives 6 2-6 Advertisers to
4 tho pound.
4 Fifteen hundred pounds of old 4
papers represents about 9,600 Ad- 4
Thus Is the "circulation" of the 4
Advertiser made manifest. 4
disclose tho fact that vast quantities
of liquor of all descriptions, some of
It the, veriest --rot (which wholesale
merchants ought to be severely pun
ished for sending out), comes to this
district by every steamer and yet, not
A licensed saloon. It Is absurd to
think the Chinese and Japancso get
this stuff for fun and It Is equally at
Absurd to Imagine for a momrnt that
any white man will glvo evidence to
convict the Chinaman or Japancso who
gives film liquor. The government
alono Is responsible for this and no one
A short time ago certain workmen
came here, but, finding no beer as they
had been accustomed, they deliberate
ly cleaned out a Chinaman, resulting
In drunkenness and hindrance to work
Which would not have happened had
those men been able to obtain what
they were In tho habit of having
peaceably at home.
There ought to ho three full llrcna
cd saloons In 'Kau one at Pahnla, one
at Honuapo and one between Naalehu
and Walohlnu; the opinions of plan
tation managers and others to tho con
trary notwithstanding. W. P. II.
EXPOSURE TO WEATHER
Naalehu. Kau, Fob. 20. Still they
come. Mrs. Thompson, wlfo of Wll
Ham Thompson, an attorney and old
resident of tho district, was found
dead on the morning of Fcbninry 24th
The position of the body was such
aB to glvo somo reasons for Investiga
tion. Her feet wero on tho upper
steps of tho house, whllo her head
was on tho cement steps below. The
doctor testified at tho Inquest that the
probable-cause of death was a severe
wound on tho head.
Tho coroner's Jury brought In a
verdict giving cause of death as "ex
posure to tho weather". Tho verdict
has been apparently accepted by the
coroner without comment. No further
Investigation Is expected.
HAS DECIDI1D TO SING.
After consultation with her physl
clan, Madame Ocnevrn Johnstone
HlBhop has decided to glvo at least ono
concert In tho city before taking her
departure for the Mainland on March
19th. Slio Is getting along very well
and will bo In shape to sing n week
from Monday next. It was proposed
at first that she should sing a week
from Saturday, but as tho Opera
House Is engaged for that time, such
a proceeding will bo Imposslhlo.
Madamo Illshop ami Miss Landcgon
who aro traveling together, arc now
tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. Henry How
nnl at their homo on King street, be
tween PUkot and Kccaumoku streets,
where they will rcipaln until their de
parturo for tho Mainland.
' ON RICHARDS STREET.
Richards Btreot from nerotanla to
Hotel Is being repaired In fine shapo
and In a couple of diiys more It will
bo as good as It over was. Recently It
has been In very bad condition, making
It necessary for vehicles of all kinds
Id drlvo slowly for fear of breaking
something. Tho ruts In tho tnlddlo ol
the street wero tho worst, although
thero were somo bad ones at the sides.
For tho past two or three days tha
Bteam roller has been at work on tho
street rolling down tho stones that
have been used to fill in tho bad
WHARVES AT KONA.
Superintendent Uoyd has received a
report from Mr. Allen, who was sent
by tho Department of Public Works to
examlno tho wharves on the Kona
coast. Ho has Inspected tho landings
of Kcauhou, Kallua, Nnpoopoo and
Hookena. Tho Keauhou wharf was
entirely srfept away by tho recent
storm. Mr. lloyrt says that repairs of
wharves at all' tho places mentioned
will be made forthwith, and as com
plete as the limited appropriations
would allow. r
Every possessor of a "Kodak" or
"Rrownlo" camera Is offered thn op
portunity ofcompetlng for $4000 I
jPrlzcs gtvcniy the Eastman Kodak
Tho great advantages of a cosmo
politan population and beautiful scen
ery makes the chance of Honolulu con
testants favorublo and as the prizes are
numerous, Island amateurs will no
doubt draw a large share. Honolulu
I'hotp Supply Co, aro headquarters.
Kympnthy tor Mr. Thompttan.
Naalohu, Kau, Feb. 20. At n meet
ing of tho attorneys of the district on
tho 25th a rommltteo consisting of
1.. 8, rrhompson, Hon. J. K. Kekaula,
-Sheriff Eaton and Mr. Reynolds was
appointed by Judgo Walpullanl to
draft resolutions of sympathy with
Mr. Wm. Thompson In his bereave-
Fate of Kona Sugar Com
DEPENDS ON CAPITALISTS
AFTER JUDICIAL ACTION
Receiver Wundenberg Upon Examina
tion Holds a Good Opinion of
Possibility of Saving
Fred. W. Wundenberg, receiver of
tho Kona Sugar Company, will pre
sent n report pn the property based
on personal examination upon tho
ground, to Circuit Judge Humphreys
Ho stated to a Dultetln reporter this
morning that C. llrewer & Co., Ud..
after receiving tho report of Its man
ager, George II. Robertson, who visit
ed tho plantation with the receiver,
had declined to tako up tho burden of
tho plantation. Mr. Wundenberg was
asked If tho property wero not solva
ble, or as good a proposition as other
plantations that had been pulled out
oi deep water.
"Yes." was tha- reply; "I consider
Konn n much better proposition than
many others which havo como up tho
past few years. It Is beautiful tho
way tho cano Is growing amongst the
Asked If there was any prospect of
capital being obtained to continue tbo
plantation slnco tbo Drawers had drop
pod tho matter, Mr. Wundenberg said
that Mr. Damon still evinced enough
Interest In It to have asked him for a
report on tha property.
"Nothing can bo said In the mean
time until the Circuit Court has re
ceived my report. Then. If no capital
bo forthcoming, there will be nothing
left but to closo down the plantation.
This would bo disastrous to Kona. It
would knocVoot Hackfela n store and
every other Btoro In tho district.
"Tho most outrageous mismanage
ment Is tho cause of the plantation's
condition. If tho Intention of tho for
mer management was to wreck the
plantation, it could not havo conducted
operations better for tho purpose.
There aro would-bo wreckers of tho
property among tho people of Kona
today. Tho way money was thrown
away Ik awful to contemplate. Think
of enno being planted at 4000 feet ele
vnlton nnd good cano land lying idto
on tho rich lowlands. That Is because
John Paris knew whom he was deal
ing with nnd leased his uplands to
tho company, whllo holding on to tho
good land below for his own price.
Now thero Is nobody to tako tho Idle
land at nny flguro,
"However, It Is simply lmposslblo to
go on unless somo capitalist comes
along with tho necessary money. 1
cannot Imaging how Manager Cowan
hns kept things going so long without
means. Ho hns managed to.nin tho
plantation for eight months without
monoy. I don't know any other man
that could havo done It."
Mr. Cowan, tho present managor,
succeeded Mr. Coerper, and Mr. Wun
denberg has nothing but pralso for his
conduct of affairs.
'I only wish," said Mr. Wundenberg
to a business mnn who camo along,
that I had 1160,000 to put Into the
Kona Sugar Company's plantation, so
that I could take off two crops and
pocket tho balance. In sixteen
months I would havo a crop of sugar
worth (400,000. Yes; tho mill can bo
nut In shape for grinding In two weeks'
On Wednesdny last thero appeared
In tho Star an article on thu eclebra
tlon of St. Patrick's day which has
stirred up tho Iro of many of tho
Irishmen In tho city. It. dwelt on tho
personnel of members of tho commit
tee which had been appointed to tnko
charge of affairs and, In tho opinion of
tho Irishmen talked to about the mat
ter, cuet a slur on tho wholo proposi
tion, One of theso men said to a
llullctlr. reporter yesterday afternoon:
"Wf want to thank you for the kind
ly splilt the Ilullctln has shown In
-.lie treatment of matters pertaining to
tho celebration of St. Patrick's day,
but tho nttltudo of the Star wo can
not too seriously criticize. Tho wholo
thing showed an effort to throw cold
water on thn celebration and to treat
with disrespect tho enthusiasm of tho
Irishmen concerned. Wo fall to boo
why tho Star glmuld try to discourage
I. meat efforts of the kind unless It
comes from puro lovo of malicious
ness." UAHbHALL TO-MORROW.
Tho High School baseball team haa
decided to play tho St. Louis College
boys tomorrow afternoon on tho Ma
llkl grounds. It will be remembered
that tho latter sent a challenge, to the
formor recently to play a gamo on
Washington's birthday, but for somo
reason or ober, after accepting tho
challenge, they hacked out and would
not play, '
Thero were comments In tho papers
about tho action of tho High School
and they have now como forward de
termined to play and settle all dls
putes as to superiority.
Arthur Cites, formerly employed
along with his elder brother Henry In
E. O. Hall & Sons, Ltd., has struck a
good thing In Shanghai. It will be re
membered he left hero a few months
ago In the same steamer with Dr, Mur
ray, the latter going to take chargt
of a new Insurance company In Shang
hai. Qlles went away for; his health,
was offered a position In a large mer
cantile house. He took K on trial nnd
proved so clever In business matters
that he Is receiving a salary of $250 n
month, or a hundred moro than was at
first offered him, Who says a Honolu
lu boy cannot make his way with th
A meeting of tho stockholders of
Olnn Plantation Company took placo
this morning at 10:30. o'clock In tha
room nbove Castle & tooKc's offices.
It was found that there was a quorum
Chairman I.orrln A. Thurston an
nounced that owing to the distance be
tween Illlo nnd Honolulu and the late
closing of the plantation's bonks, re
ports of the manager and treasurer
were not yet on band.
It was moved, seconded and carried
that the chairman adjourn the meet
ing until Friday," March, 14 at 2 p. m.
at which time the reports will he ready
In printed form to be presented to the
A gentleman who recently visited
Walalun plantation and Inspected the
fields of growing cane, states that more
promising rane can nowhere be found
than on this estate. One flsld In parti
cular, of over seventy acres will yield
at least ten tons of sugar per acre,
and the entire crop will not be less
than" 20.000 tons of sugar.
AND 48 HOURS FOR A
MAN WHO 'BLASPHEMED
J. Crane Wanted a Speedy Trial,
Which Was Later On Given
J. Crane was this forenoon sentene-
cd to fort) -eight hours' Imprisonment
by Judge Wilcox on the rburgo of con
tempt of court. The term of sentence
began at 0.65 o'clock.
Crane, who, by tho way. Is no rela
tion whntever of the Crane lamlly of
this city, was on the Police Court cul
endur on the charge of drunkenness.
Ills nnmo was called twice by tho
Deputy Sheriff and then repeated
three times by the court officer. There
was no response nnd Judge Wilcox de
clared ball forfeited.
At about 9:50 o'clock Crane camo
stumbling up tho steps and entered
tho court-room. Ho was In a very
quarrelsome mood, not having recov
ered fully from tho ulnto of Intoxica
tion during which hu was arrested last
night. Ho walked up before Judgo
Wilcox and complained that he had
not been given n square deal. He
wanted n trial and he wanted It right
away. His name had not been called.
Judge Wilcox explained to the fellow
what had happened, but he would not
havo It and began to get moro boister
Judgo Wilcox looked nt tho Deputy
Sheriff and the latter looked at a po
lice officer. In a few seconds Ciunn
was hustled out of the room and told
to leavo the placo at once;
When out In tho hallway, the fellow
approached Detectlvo Kaapa and At
torney Kaulukou, who were seated on
tho bench engaged In conversation.
He began by calling Judgo Wilcox all
tho namcB hu could lay his tonguo to
and when remonstrated with became
moio abusive than - ever, threatening
all manner of dlro consequences.
Detective Kaapn stood this kind of
thing as long as he could, nnd then.
with a suddon rush, caught tho fellow
by the bnrk of tho neck and tha loosn
part at tho pantaloons and hustled him
back Into tho court-room beforo Judgo
Detective Kaapa told his story and
Judge Wilcox did tho rest after telling
tho man that If ho had no respect for
hlm personally he would havo to show
respect for the Judicial position which
ho held. Detectlvo Kaapa was then
given an nrdor and Crauo was hustled
below to servo out his sentence Ho
did not show fight.
Tho annual meeting of tho Oiilm
Land & Railroad Company Is taking
placo this afternoon. Tho meeting was
railed nt I 45 p. m. and began a little
later. Th ereports of tho president
and manager will bo read and an elec
tion of officers for tho ensuing year
will ho held.
S, S, VENTURA, MARCH 4,
NEXT EXPRESS STEAMER TO
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American Mus
Many Thousand Dollars
Payable to Lazarus
CHINESE CASES BOTH
CIVIL AND CRIMINAL
Materialman's Lien on Boer Relief
Dancing Pavilion -- William
Carson Case Again-Various
Tho Chinese llbol suit entitled Ter
ritory of Hawaii vs. Wong Shut King,
begun yesterday with a lot of prelim
inary sparring between tha lawyers,
was still on before Judgo Clear nt
noon recess today. Andrews, Peters
& Andrado are assisting the prosecu
tion, while Kinney, Halloo & McClann
lian conduct tho defense. Tho grava
men of tho charge lies In a symbolical
Innuendo associating the complaining
witnesses with "snakes and ele
phants." The prosecution rested, this
forenoon, when the defense moved
unavalllngly for a nonsuit. II. E
Cares, Chas. Spencer, A. W. Judd. E.
S. Holt. A. Cnrtley. D. II. Rencar,
W. K. Kapu, I). Nanuao, J. M. I Io
nian. D, M. Ross, J. T. McOrcw nnd
D. Hoaplll constitute the Jury.
Ucforo Judgo Robinson, the Jury
trying tho ejectment case of I. Ah
Pan vs. Wong Kwal nnd Wong Hong
lticn retired to consider Its crillct nt
U:07 nnd returned twenty-eight min
utes Inter with n verdict awarding the
plaintiff $20 damages. Mr. Magoon for
defendants noted exceptions nnd gave
notice of motion for a new trial. Mr.
Dickey represented tho plaintiff and
Magoon & Thompson the defendants.
This afternoon a Jury Is being drawn
In the same court to try Fred. Meyer
vb. David K. Naone nnd Jessie T
Naonc. The plaintiff sues for $1450
damages on account of refusal of do-
fondants to allow hlm pousesslon of a
leasehold from themselves at Kawnla'
Judge Robinson sustained demurrer
In J. Kamlo, guardian, vs. Frank Pa
bin. Judgo Humphreys heard and took
under consideration Alice Mclcnlf et
at. vs. Emma. M. Nakulna, action to
Judge (!enr has signed n decree i on
firming tho sales Inst year of property
In the case of Schllef vs. Clark, direct
ing a distribution of proceeds as fol-.
lows' Expenses first snip. $520.55;
second salo. $12; Will E. Fisher, auc
tioneer. $450: commissioner of snip.
$3011; Andrews, Peters & Andrade. at
torneys. $260; Daniel Case, guardian
ad litem of Madeline II. K. nnd Elenzer
K. Lazarus. $150. Henry Smith, guar
dian of Naomi I-azarus, $150; Ade
laide Srhltcf and John Schllef, $5527.
29. Joseph Clarke, $5527 29; Alexan
der Lazarus, $5527.29: Henry Smith,
ns guardian aforesaid, $5527.29, and
Daniel Case, ns guardian aforesaid.
$5527.2!. Theso latter flvo payments
constitute each a one-fifth Interest In
the balance for distribution among
the beneficiaries, who aro heirs of
the late Joseph Lazarus.
Partition Is ordered In tho cnBi of
Knolulo Kahuln vs. Julia Leo and
P. I). Kellett Jr. was appointed as
master to report on accounts of J. F.
Ilackfeld, guardian of tho Ehtora mi
nors, tho guardian being directed to
fllo a complete Inventory within flvo
A motion to amend petition In the
matter of the estate of Naomi Kaalliue,
deceased, was granted nnd hearing of
masters report continued until
Tho City Furnlturo Store, a creditor
by II. H. Williams, manager, petitions
Hint K. t. .Merry bo appointed admin
istrator of tho estate or II. F, Olbbs,
deceased, valued at $120 In personal
ty, besides somo renl property Inter
ests In Koolauloa and Honolulu. Heirs
known to the petitioner aro none. As
a creditor, also, the same firm pctl
tlons that F. T. Merry ho appointed ad
mlnUtrator of tho estate of Clara
Schneider, deceased, worth about $55
whoso heirs aro unknown,
Lowers & Cooke, Limited, has filed
notice of materialmen's lien against
J. W. I.ako and Miss E, L. McAlpIn
upon tho dancing pavilion .built for tho
"jloor relief" picnic nt Knllhl on
Washington's birthday. Tho amount
of tho bill Is $98.12.
M. V. Castro answers the libel for
divorce brought by his wlfo, S. do Je
sus Castro, with a denial of all tho
Tho original ordor of tho Supremo
Court of thn United States In the bark
cntlne William Carson admiralty case,
discharging tho rule to show cause
on mandamus, was fllej In tho Terri
torial Judiciary offlco this morning.
There was also filed n substitution of
Smith & LowIb ns counsel In placo of
Paul Neumann, deceased, by ueo I!
Hind, managing owner of the sunk
vosse,, for himself nnd other llbellants
Albert K. Nawahl has discontinued
his equity suit against Hakalau Plan
Ellen McCully Hlgglns hns filed a
bond In $1000. with L. L. McCandless
and F. W. Smith as sureties, upon an
equity suit suo hns brought ngulnst
tho trusters of tho Queen'B Hospltnl
nnil tho Wniklkl Lnml & Loan Asso-
I elation, Limited, ns elsewhere report
Send the weekly edition of. the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
Col. Sam Parker of Honolulu,
4- who left here some days since,
has n fine shotgun. It Is tho gift
of Senator Clark of Wyoming,
and Is said to bo as fine A gun as
could be bought In the market.
The Scnnlor visited the Islands ,
during one of the recent recesses ,
of Congress, and was a guest on
Col. Parker's extensive ranch. I
Fine birds populate certain sec-
tlons of Col. Parker's domains,
S- and he was anxious that Senator
4- Clork should get a few shots at
fr somo of them. Hut the Senator
was not nn early riser, and the
more suitable hours for the shoot- 4 ,
passed before he was out of bed.
ir One morning Col. Parker mado i
nn appointment for nn early
hour, but found that the Senator 1
I- was snoring loudly Instdo his 4
4 apartments. Without tho magnl- (
fr flcent house a little later there
was n report from the Colonel's '
fowling piece, and a volley of
shot rattled through the window
where tho Senator was slenptng.
The host excused himself with a
statement that his gun wbb a 4'
rusty old affair. Inaccurate of nlm, I
and that the shot had been a mis- 4 t
4 take. 4
4 When he returned to tho Pacific 4
4 roast Senator Clark went shop- 4
4 ping for as fine a shotgun as he 4
4 could buy. and It now hangs on 4
4 tho walls of Col. Parker's coun- 4
4 try home. Washington Post, 4
444 44444 444
BROOKS THE APOSTLE
Attorney Ilruoks appeared In the
1'olko Court this forenoon represent
ing the prosecution In the enso of Kong
Yeo and Lnu Lin, charged with cm-'
bczzlement. The complaint which tho McCully estate In I'anaaa and that It
attorney read covered a period between ; delivered to plaintiff a mortgage of thn
the first day of January of Inst year , real estate to secure payment of tlni
and the same time this year. After noto for $130,000.
this. Judge Wilcox dismissed the easel 0n ,,rl 16 lillo plaintiff was In
and discharged tho defendants, stat-1 Maine, a power of attorney was given
Ing that the complaint was vague and to K. P. Chapin; that thereafter, wltb
Indefinlte. olIt tllc knowledge of the plaintiff,
Naturally there was a protest on the chapin entered Into an agrrcment on
part of Attorney Brooks but Judge behalf of said plaintiff, with tho
Wilcox nnswered him very promptly queen's Hospital by which the hospl
to the effect that he waa the apostlo tni agreed to pay $00,000. Thereafter
of having cases thrown out of court1 Chapin agreed to deliver to tho hospl
and that now ho had a chance to get a , tnl a promissory note for $60,000 to bo
tasto of his own medicine. secured by an assignment of the mort-
Immediately nftcr the two Chinamen . Rage for $130,000 on the Pawaa proper
had been allowed to go. Attorney U.
llrooks went back to his office and pre
pared another warrant for tha arrest
of the Chinamen which It Is under
stood mentions about a dozen different
dates. It Is probable that this war
rant will bo served this afternoon.
The officers at the pollco station
!,... I ..... ...-l u
, .... ,, .,.. gl.nluUuul "'"I
"" l,l,R, " "'? re-.ng i-iuiion. ",
TH n,m, 1 !" - ."m "T"?'
Sheriff Chllllngworth told the clerk
:rLT.a.l'lCal,rr. "' C. "b.0"!
the police station ami that orders had '
been Issued to all the officers to Instl
Into at once n campaign of extermina
tion. In the meantime, nn Imitation mouse
had been placed In ono of the boxes
out In the plno where the patrol wa -
PMn Brnnrln n nl Inn lt.1,1 l,n kn
gun stnnds iind Joe was told that ho
vvas expected to exterminate tho mica
in .ins jiiiicr. i no ciltk procureu a
big stick and went out determined to
do or die. Ho hunted around focqulte
a whllo nnd finally spied tho maiiso In
tho box. Joo raised his stick. There
was blood in his eye and the blow was
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r, i . ., , . . . . . r Dol ot $C0,000 given and now held by
ThoTtrect did not seem to be what had lho hospital U null and void. In that
been expected and another blow was lt waa glven wlthout COD8tllcraUon fln(,
delivered with tho same result. This wthollt aulhorty and that Its cancel
made Joe angry so ho put ono of his Iat(on by or(ler ot tno court w, avo,,
feet Into the box to crusu- tho life out R multiplicity of suits,
of the mouse and only then did ho dls-1 Jlu,Ke Humphreys today granted an
cover tho mistake he had made. Na- injunction restraining the hospital
tural y thero Were a number of ofllc.rs ,rom 8CnBi n8BRnng, hypothecating,
standing around to see the fun nnd . mortgaging, suclng on. or In any way
job was mo recipient or quite a num-
her of compliments on acc.unt of Mr
A meeting of the trustees of Oahu
College Is being held In tho offlce of
P. C. Jones this afternoon.
'1 . ere are none better and few so good
none so good at the price as the
Hamilton-Brown Shoe Go's
Where ease, wear and prlco aro con
siderations you cannot overlook this
Manufacturers Shoe Co
1057 FORT STREET.
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i IT AdAINST
Instituted Today By
Mrs. Ellen McCully
BY JUDGE UUMPHREYS
Trouble Over Pawaa Lands and a
Note For $C0.000 Delivered
By E. P. Chapin as
Ellen McCully Hlgglns has brought
suit against the following for the can-
1 ccllatlvn of n note, to rcsrlnd assign
ment of mortgage and for surrender
I nnd Injunction- P. A. Schaefer. O. W.
I Smith. M. P. Robinson, A S. Cleghorn,
E. Faxon Illshop, Henry Waterhouse,
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital, the
Queen's Hospltnl, and the WalkIM
Land & Loan Association, Ltd.. a coi
porntlon. Tho complaint alleges that on July
1, 1900, the Wniklkl Land & Loan As
sociation, Ltd.. delivered to plaintiff Its
promissory nolo of $130,000 for value
received. It further alleges that on
that date the company mentioned wai
owner in fee simple of lands on the
On May 22 Chapin, without the con
sent of tho plaintiff, delivered the
promissory note. Neither at the tlmo
of tho delivery nor nt any other time
ban the plaintiff received the $60,000
or any ptlier sum, nor has this sum
been received by Chapin.
The complaint further states that
she believes tho $60,000 was paid by
tbo Queen's Hospital to U. Oscar Whlto
nnd the Walklkl Land & Loan Associa
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tion who had no power of attorney to
recelvo tho $60,000.
In June, 1901. tho plaintiff left
Charleston, Me., and In September she
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. she looked for her mortgage paper,
nnd note In tho Hawaiian Trust Co.,
Ltd., but found them missing. Investi
gations wero mado and the papers were
discovered In tho possession of th
Queen's Hospital .
Plaintiff claims that demand has
' 1)0en nad oa u b tno )0aplta, for
tho payment of $2100, being the first
,x monlhs. in,,, of ,ntcrc8t 0Il
the note for $60,000 nnd that she be
lieves If such sum Is not at once paid,
tho hospital will Institute legal pro
ceedings and sell and dispose of tho
mortgage and note for $130,000.
Plaintiff further claims that said
disposing of or dealing with tho note
for $60,000 or In nny way disposing of
or dealing with the mortgage or noto
mado by the Walklkl Land & Ixian As
toclatlon, Ltd.. to tho plaintiff for tha
sum of $130,000, until the further order
of the court.
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