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Lanky." Minneapolis Journa'.
Between Tuck Chew and
AFTER LEGAL SPARRING
FOR FIVE YEARS PAST
How Newly Discovered Evidence Dis
sipated i Mystery that Had a
Slight Odor of
A celebrated controvenV, one tench
nlcally named In the Judicial records a
"case" ended for all time Is not eter
nity this morning. It was that of Tuck
Chow against Makes Sugar Co., being
a controversy over leasehold rights.
The plaintiff Is a rice planter, the de
fendant Col. Z. S. Spalding's rich sugar
planting corporation operating at Ka
nna and Kealla. Kauai. As the first
document appearing In tho Circuit
Court files today, a discontinuance of
the case signed by J. T. De Dolt, attor
ney for plaintiff, and Kinney, Dallou &
McClanaban, attorneys for defendant,
reads as follows:
"Now como the parties to the nbovo
entitled action by their respective
counsel, and, In consideration of tho
mutual settlement and satisfaction of
their rcspcctlvo claims and contentions
as set forth In tho declaration or com
plaint filed herein by plaintiff and also
as set forth In the answer and counter
claim filed herein by dofendant, said
action, declaration or complaint, ans
wer and counter-claim aro hereby for
"This action was begun In the Cir
cuit Court of the First Circuit of tho
Republic of Hawaii, returnable at tho
August 1897 term thereof."
Judgo A, W. Carter presided at tho
first trial, when tho Jury returned a
verdict for plaintiff for $29,814.20 dam
ages, and he granted a motion for a
now trial on tbe-ground that the dam
ages were excessive. At the December
term of the Supremo Court following
Judge Carter was sustained. A. O, M.
Robertson and C. Crelghton wero ori
ginally tho attorneys for plaintiff, and
Kinney, & Dallou for defendant
Five years have elapsed, but tho new
trial ordered has never bean reached.
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Tho defendant entered a bill In equity
to restrain Tuck Chew from proceed
ing with his suit, some most Important
evidence having been newly discovered.
A mysterious discrepancy had been re
vealed at the trial between the two
originals of tho leaso, held by cither
party, duly signed by both parties
though they were. It was found that
the document held by the SIfikeo Sugar
Co. contained a clause which was not
In that held by Tuck Chow. This dlvul
kenco looked bad for tho defendant,
counsel for plaintiff hammering the
presumable fraud homo.
However, tho newly discovered evi
dence cleared up tho mystery. A man
returned from China one day, at a
critical Juncture In this history, who
had formerly been Chinese Interpreter
for tho Makee Sugar Co. This man
heard of the controversy and, evident
ly being no friend of Tuck Chew, hur
ried to Kinney & Dallou's office with
a revelation that put a now face on tho
case. It appeared that Tuck Chew was
detected selling rice off the leasehold
without the knowledge of Makee Sugar
Co. and contrary to the mutual under
standing between tho parties. W.
Dlalsdell, then field manager for Ma
kee Sugar Co., called Tuck Chew to
the office and secured his assent to an
amendment of the leaso, consisting ot
a clauso binding Tuck Chew not to dis
pose of any of the rice crop without tho
consent of Makee Sugar Co. A pagn
ot the typewritten leaso was rewritten
to Insert tho new clause, Mr. Dlalsdell
retaining his copy thus altered and
remarking to Tuck Chew In pure pidgin
1.nr.llsl. l.l. IfnuinHnn tplmmlnnv
(OU511DU nun i.unu,u i.,iM iv.
"Dlmeby you bring all-samo your lease
and wo change It like pu." Tuck Chew
never brought his copy to be changed.
1 but had It In court with a prima flaclo
aspect of Its being tho genuine copy.
I "There has been nothing but spar
ring since tho order for n new trlnl
I was given," W. A. Kinney replied to .1
I roportcr who asked him this morning
I what damages wero awarded on tho
I second presumed occasion. Ho went on
to relate an outline of proceedings from
tho first Supremo Court decision, which
has been substantially reproduced In
the foregoing narrative.
Tuck Chew, In the original suit,
claimed 100.000 damages.
Macfarlano & Co.. Ltd.. have brought
suit against Robert Lalng and John do
Sllva, doing business as partners at
North Kobala, Island ot Hawaii, for tho
recovery of ! 1407.92 for moneys, goods,
wares and merchandise supplied be
tween July 20, 1900, and Starch 10, 1902,
defendants promising to pay me sum
mentioned when they should bo re
quested so to do. The suit states fur
ther that 9147 Is duo on a promissory
note elven by defendants to plalntllf
on Julv 19. 1900. by which promissory
note defendants agreed to pay plaintiff
S200 in sixteen momus irom mo iasi
mentioned date. Magoon & Ltghtfoot
for tho plaintiff.
Thn I.llerarv committee for the
Fourth of July celebration held a meet
lne vesterdav when tho general pro
gram of tho literary exercises was out
lined. The exercises will be similar to
those held previous years. There will
tin thron fthnrt nneechea lntcrsnerscd
with patriotic vocal and Instrumentol
music. Owing to the Fourth falling in
tho vacation period some changes may
bo necessary on account of musicians
being out of town. Iiy the end of the
week it Is prooaVlo tho final details ot
the program will be complete.
I wnnt acents everywhere to take or
ders for my famous Mado To Order
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colt Is a new PATENT LEATHER not
affected by heat or cold, fully GUAR
ANTEED not to cracic, send i.'.bu
for sample and all Information how to
take orders, otc. Secure the first agen
cy In your locality, shoes sell at $3.50.
Agents making $50.00 to $100 a week.
O. HlNTEItMEISTER, The Shoemak
er, FlBher Building, Chicago, Illinois,
U. S. A.
"Tho Opium Cach'e on Maul." Smug
ller Whaley and the yacht Ralcyon,
Governor Dole waB nuked by a Rul
letln reporter this morning whether or
not the rumor was correct that an
executhe order had been promulgated
to forbid government offlclals from tak
ing an actlvo part In politics.
"We considered tho matter the other
day," the Clovcrnor rcprled, "but did
not kettle details very definitely It
was ngreed, however, to follow tha
FORMED TO OPERATE
BUSINESS' OF GUV OWENS
Purpose to Import and Deal in Ma
terial and Do Electrical Construc
tionOwens Holds Majority
of Stock of $10,000.
A new electrical corporation has
been formed, filing articles of associa
tion In tho Treasurer's oHlce under tho
name of tho "Guy Owens Klcctrlcil
Construction Company, Limited." Tho
Incorporators are Guy Owens, V. H.
Sopcr, K. A. Stott-Smlth. Robert Cat-
ton, H. A. Ross and J. II. Sopor, all re-
siding In Honolulu. The principal of-
flee shall bo In Honolulu, and the .
term Is fifty years, wnue tno purpose
of the company Is to obtain alt tha
rights, privileges, exemptions and pow
ers by law appertaining to incorporat
ed Joint stock companies, (n carrying
on the business of Importers and deal
ers, both nt wholesale and retail. In
goods, wares and merchandise and
mnro nnrtlrntnrlv tho lmnortatlon.
buying, selling and dealing In elcctrl-1
cal goods and supplies, and In general . Club aro at present busy making ela
electrical construction." borate arrangements for their annual
Tho capltnl stock Is ten thousand , Fourth of July picnic. The excursion
dollars divided Into 500 shares of a , wjj take place on the Moanalua
par value of 20 each, with the prlvl- grounds of Hon. S. SI. Damon, who has
lego of extension to a capital of $100.-, hlndly offered the club the use of both
000. The company takes over tho tho grounjg anii tle pavilion.
br."VcoT aVy.v0w!.D8 at a i!a. ., Although the arrangements for tho
of Jioooo and the shares are alio ted Bffor nQt becn dcflnltcly mado
(IB IUIIUHD. VUJ wnt,lio( ." B.u,
W. H. Soper, 241 shares; E..A. Mott
Smlth, 2 shares; Robert Catton, 1
share; K. A. Ross, 1 sharo; J. II. So
pcr, 5 shares. The first officers of tho
President, Guy Owens.
Vice President, J. H. Soper.
Secretary and treasurer, V. H. So
per. Auditor, E. A. Mott-Smlth.
Judge Estee yesterday promulgated
n new rulo of tho Federal court, relu
tlve to sureties. It requires that sure
ties on bonds shall bo resident free
holders and shall qualify In amounts
aggregating at least the penal sum
specified In the bond. An affidavit of
each surety must be attached to tho
Instrument, declaring what ho Is worth
over and abovo his liabilities, also that
his property Is situate In tho Torrltory
and subject to execution. The rulo
shall not npply to corporations refer
red to In tho Act of August 13, 1894,
U. S. Statutes, vol. 28, page 1279.
II. H. Wright chief clerk of tho Pub
lic Works Deparment hands in his
resignation to the Republican commit
tee this afternoon. Sir. Wright Is a.
n.cmber of the Territorial executive
committee. Resignations of other gov
ernment employes Is anticipated.
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. Bogle.
Oregon block, Hotel street
'ty " .
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IMPERIAL CIGAR STORE
lines of the announcement made some
time ago by President Roosevelt re
carding Federal officials."
The reporter mentioned his having
seen a circular to oniclals posted In
Federal ofllces here, and Governor Dolo
"The Idea Is that a government offi
cial must not use tho power and pres
tige of bis office In partisan politics."
Ho assented to the suggestion that
acting on mmpalgn committees, mak
in in 11 in Tniric
I AUALLLL UlAUlJ
ALL KINQ STREET
4- It was decided by Governor 4
4 Dolo this morning, nfter frequent 4
4- consultations In council, to grant 4
4 permission to the Ilapld Transit 4
4 Company to lay Its track from I.l 4
llha street to Alapal street along 4
4- King street. This will complete 4
4 the paralleling of the Hawaiian 4
4 Tramways Company's tracks 4
4 clear tnrough from Knllhl to Wal- 4
4 klkl turn. 4
4- The decision of tho Executive 4
4 only requires tho signature of 4
4 tho Superintendent of Public
4 Works to glvo It effect. More lit-4-
Igatlon may be taken for granted
4- ns Inevitable. Superintendent
' 4 Iloyd said to n roportcr, who ask-
him about the decision, "I will
BVe my signaturo and let them
fight It out in tbo courts."
THISTLE CLUB 10
HI Bid H
The merry Scotchmen of the Thistle
yet, It Is probable that the Scotchmen
will proceed from the city to the placo
ot the revel In biakcs as they did last
Once arrived upon the scene, all sorU
of merriment will be Indulged In. The
members ot the club ure nearly all
sportsmen and all sorts of manly exer
cises will bo Indulged In. There will bo
Scotch sports and games, putting tbo
stone, tug-of-wur contests, hammer
throws, races, etc.
Later on In the evening there will bo
dancing In the pavilion, a string baud
supplying the music.
Tho plcnlccrs will take with them
plenty ot good things to eat as well as
some ot the cheer for which Scotland
I Is famous and every Scotch heart in
1 town Is now looking forward to a day
'to be spent pleasantly with sports.
song and dance.
The committees having In charge tha
arrangements fur tha affair are as fol
lows: Printing and advertising II. Class.
Entertainment Chieftain Anderson.
J, Dole, G. White, R. SI. Slacaulay, A.
Kenedy and J. SIcGUl.
Refreshments A Guild, A. Slorrlson
and E. Slunro.
Conveyance D. SlcCrae, J. Cummins
and J. Rcld.
CAN FORETEII ERUPTIONS
London, June 5. Ilorchgrcvlnck, the
Antarctic explorer, claims that ho baa
obtulned dutn nt Slartiulquo enabling
! him to foretell volcanic eruptions.
Volcanic dust has becn seen In En-
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
N At your Ss..
ing party speeches, etc . were tabued
"The rule would not prevent an offi
cial from being a member of a precinct
"Oh, no; I should not thin kit would
go so far ns that." was the answer.
It was learned, partly from heads of
departments after the Governor was
seen, that orders have been communi
cated to subordinates. Informally in
accordance with the conclusions leach
ed In the executive council.
MR. AND MRS. LILIKALANI
WERE MADE YERY HAPPY
Presents from Church Given in Base
ment of Kawaiahao Fine
Silver Headed Cane and
The Sunday school room In tho Case-
ment of Kawaiahao church, was tho , uegln nt 9 a. m. on the ZGth Inst., anil
wene of a very happy gathering last'ln l!"' evening nt 8 oclock there will
night, the happiest people In the tfaca 1)0 a musical and literary entertain
being Mr. and Sirs. Edwar.l K. Llllka-, ment Tho closing exercises proper
lanl. whose silver anniversary was tlm . wW begin at 9 a. m. on tho 27th.
occasion or tho social. I There Is now on show In tho window
Tho actual festivities began nt ' '" Pacific Hardware Co. a group
about 8 o'clock. Tho room was beau Picture of eight pupils of St. Louis
tlfully decorated with magnolias and College who have secured certificates
lilies, tho former flowers coming from,01 accuracy in snormami writing,
Lunalllo Home. Previous to calling
the meeting to order. Miss Hattlo
Alan placd se!rul selections on the
planp wjitch kept the large audience
In n goad frame ot mind until the ar
rival oi .Mr. nnu .Mrs. 1-iiiKaianl, tno,
guests ot tno evening.
When theso two highly respected
Hawallans nnd conscientious church
workers appeared on, tuo scene and,
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the room, thero was applauso and con-.He stnted that night operator Flguer
gratulatlons were offered. cdo. the man from whom tho Bulletin
Rev. H. II. Parker arose and. In a I got Its story, had been dismissed, hut
few well chosen words stated tho rca-that Sir. and Sirs. Frank Slello had not
.son for the gathering and welcomed been dismissed. Further thnn this,
ail In tho name of Kawaiahao church, there were no furflier changes In con
David At, tho assistant pastor, next i temptation nnd no thougnt of employ,
arose -i present to Sir. Llllkalanl a Ing Chinese nt tho Exchange.
built luppc-u cane maue oui oi a piece
of Ichun wood taken from the church
iltBclf. In his very happy and well de
livered presentation speech, ho dwelt
on the' passage from tho wooden to
the tin and thenco on to the silver
ini-iluiU. I'AJJIl'BaiUK 111U uupe, 111 cull
elusion, that tho cnuplo would
tncir golden wedding amidst Just as
'happy surroundings as thoso of their
I Mh t lllbnln..! nlwnvo ..tnn.inn. ., A
Inniinl In nnif Jw.lnn vru .l it,.,'
thanks of himself and his wife for tho
honor conferred upon them. Ho hail
'hardly taken his scut when Rov. Far-
,ker again arose and presented tho
itouple with a beautiful plush bag In
which was contained over a hundred
silver dollars, contributions from
members ot tho church and others In
terested In tho welfare of tho church.
He Bald In conclusion that he would
later on give him a list of tho names
of tho peoplo who had contributed to
the bag In order that he might keep
It as a souvenir.
The social then became more Infor
mal and each person in tho room
marched up to offer his or her con
gratulations. In thl midst of these
and whilo young ladles from Kawaia
hao woro passing around refresh
ments, Sir. Parker wnlked over to Mr.
and Mrs Llllkalanl and presented
tlicm with a silver tray on which
wero n water pitcher, a sugar bowl
and a cream pitcher of tho Bamo met
al, constituting another present from
tho church. I
Among thoso present at tho silver
wedding festivities wero: Rev. 11 H
Parker, Rov. David Al, Hon. nnd Sirs
Samuel Parker, Sirs. L. A, Coney, Rov,
nnd Sirs, W. D. Westorvelt. O. P. Cas.
tie. Sirs. Wilcox, Sirs. Auld, Sir. an 1
Sirs. Charles Dwlght, Sirs. Wilcox, and
tho aged mother of Sir Llllkalanl. It
might be stated In passing that ta
Sirs. Lily Auld and Rev. H. II. l'nrkcf
aro duo tho success of last ovcnlng's
happy time. !
while refreshments wero being serv
ed vounK native girls and boys alter
nated In the singing of beautiful Ha
VERY If T
Tho Supremo Court is hearing the
Important caso of tho accounts of A.
W, Carter, guardian of Annie T K
Parker, a minor, nn appeal by the
guardian from tho decision of Judge
HumphrevR dlBannwIng Investments
In SIcIlryde plantation. Oahu railway
T S. SONOMA, JUNET7
Next Express Steamer to Coast,
Wells, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
: i&mmmtte?-4m2m4mriWSPmZ!MUss v ;
I i MtiWuli v' ?
1 MimjmJ i
and other bonds. Former Justice
Whiting Bits In placo of Chief Justlco
Frear, disqualified, with Justices Oal
brnlth and Perry. A. O. SI. Robertson
and F. SI. Hatch appear for tho ap
pellant, nnd J. J. Dunne, guardian ad
Next week Is entertainment week nt
St. Louis College In connection with
tho closing exercises. Examinations
j. n. Athcrton, president of the SIu
Uual Tclcphono Company, called In at
this oftlco yesterday afternoon nnd de-
nleil In tntn h tnrv roinilvn m
changes at the Exchange which ap-
IIAAIICO AGAIN ARRE8TED.
Ileii Haahco, the man who is alleged
to havo used a shotgun tho other
night on Ilecky Houghtnlllng. Is again
In tho tolls, ho navlng been arrested
touny on a warrant sworn to uy unas,
l Delanux. charging him with assault
with a weapon.
I fTin CIBA f-hnffrlntr 1 T H Art tvlttl ftB.
Mllllt. till Ilppkv Ilnilnhlnlllnir hnu liontl
't for tomorrow nnil tho rormor was
.out on bond when arrested on the sec-
Delanux claims that ho also was
Struck by some of the stray shot from
NATIVD CHIEFS DROWNED.
Sydney, June G. News from the
Union Group (northeast ot Samoa)
states that ten chiefs have been drown
ed by tho capsizing of a canoe.
EARTHQUAKE IN ENGLAND.
London, June 5. A slight earthquake
shock has been felt In Cornwall.
The price is $5.00
A natty dress olioe. Unequnlcd for
stylo and finish. Wears well, looks
well, feels well and Is moderately priced
Two generations have learned that the
name IIEYWOOD on n shoe Is a guar
antee ol Its quality.
Shoe Store 1057 fort st.
Philadelphia North Amerlesn. j
For Failing to Secure
INTERESTING CASE IN
JUDGE WILCOX'S COURT
Shaky Wall of Building on Nuuann
Street to Bs Pulled Down "
and Rebuilt Very
Pang Chong, the Chinaman who has
charge of the putting up of certain
buildings at the mauka and makal, Ewa
corners of Nuuanu and Deretanla
streets, appeared In the Police Court
this forenoon on th charge ot falling
to secure permits for the erection ot
the buildings mentioned. Attorney F.
SI. Ilrooks appeared for tho defeuso
and Deputy Sheriff Chtlllngworth for
the prosecution. Tbe defendant de
clined to plead and a plea of not guilty
was entered by the court.
Starston Campbell, Assistant Super
intendent ot Public Works, was tho
first witness placed on the stand by tlu
prosecution. His testimony was to tho
effect that along In tho early part ot
'&. I'MB ChOHg did file On nPpllCV
tlon ,or tnc building at the maukn. Lw.i
.corner but that, Instead of following
UP tho matter, tho defendant allowed It
to lapse and began the erection of this
and another buftdtng of like propor
tlons without securing tho requisite
permits. Constant demand had becn
mado on tho defendant but ho refused
to comply with the regulations.
Flro Chief Thurston was the next
witness. His testimony was the same,
1 In effect, as that given by Sir. Camp
bell. He said he did not havo a per
mit and, although urged time and again
to secure one. Pang Chong failed ta
show up and do as ho was told."
No defense was put on and Attorney
(Continued on page 8.)
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