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BVENINQ BTJM.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1900. . -. !
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BABY WHARTON CRIME
(Continued from Paqe 1.)
Ho wag Inst seen with tho child yes
terday morning. Ho Is said to bo
somewhat "lolo" weak. Recently ho
had been drinking. Spots like blood
stains have been discovered on his
County Sheriff Rrown and Dctcctlvo
Doylo went to tho sccno of tho trac-
fdy this morning. They arrived nt
Halelwa shortly after noon. At once'
tho Sheriff went to tho Walalua couri
liourc, where were gathered a numbo
cf persons ready to tell what llttlv
tliey knew of tho horrlblo crlmo oi
events leading up to It. Uut a fow
minutes were spent at the court housa
when the wholo party went to tho spot
where the body was found la tho canf
Work of a Fiend. I
Tho little three-year-old son of
Henry Wharton o Walalua -was fiend
ishly murdered somo Umo yesterday
In a cane field near his homo. Thf(
body was dismembered of Us head, feet '
and hands. Further than this the
body had been horribly disemboweled
and the Intestine taken rtway. Th
rhlld's name was Seaman Wharton. A
man named Johnson, a laborer, war'
arrested on suspicion last night Hr
denes any guilt and th authorities arc
it 111 looking for others who may havf
had something to do with tbo crime.
Sheriff Drown, accompanied by ,De i
tcctlvc Chester Doyle, left for Walalua,
on tbo 9:15 train this morning. I
The youngster was missed by his
mother yesterday morning and after
a March lasting almost tho entire day
tho mutilated remains wera found In
a cane field not a great distance away
from the Wharton home. It was at
first thought that tho child had wan
dered away from tho houso and becii
Henry Wharton, the murdered child's
father, was in Honolulu last night
when he learned of tho tragody. Tak
ing a small comn with him ho left lalx
last nl tlit In an automobllo for bin
Shortly after tho body was found
Deputy Sheriff Cox of Walalua organ
ized a posse and began a systematic-
search for tho guilty pcrcon. A tur t
oner's jury was also summoned. Tli'
romalns were viewed and tho Jury post
poned the Inquest until this mornlnK
Tho man Johnson taken Into custody.
last ccnlug has been living at thu
Wharton homo some time. Ho hat.
been befriended by his employer for the
past several years. Ho Is said to bo an
llllterato man and had lately been
Several theories as to tho motive of
tho crlmo arc advanced. Ono Idea
brought out Is that the terrible deed
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may have been tbo work of an Inhuman
brute who hacked the body Into pieces
to cover up hli unnatural crlmo. An
other theory Is that tho child may have
been butchered for revenge by a fiend
who In his craving to In somo way In
jure the Wharton family, selected the
child for his work.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wharton, par
ents of the tiny victim, are old resi
dents of Walalua and well known. Tin
father Is part Hawaiian. Ho
lives near the Catholic church
of Walalua and Is quite well
to do. Ho was In town yesterday on
business in connection with a civil sulL
Johnson May Be Crazy. I
'This man Johnson was arrested In
connection with the murder because, ha
was seen together with llttlo Seaman
Wharton yesterday morning," said
Manager W. W. Uoodalo of Walalua
plantation this morning. He had lust
Arrived from Wntalua In order to at-
toud tho hearing of tho Wharton cas
before Judge Lindsay,
"He was seen In tho neighborhood ot
tho placo during the day. Furthermore
(pots, which' are bcllotcd to bo blood
tulim, were found on his clothing.
"Johnson has lived on Wharton morr
or less for many ears. Some tlmo ago
lin went to Honolulu, where ho workcrf
for .Mr. Keniwcil. When Kcntwell wcn
away Johnson lost his Job and returned
to Walalua, where ho lived with Whar
"The crime was a most revolting one.
The arms and legs of tho little fellow J
had been cut off, and the body dlscni-'
toweled. One ot the arms was laid
Inside the opened abdomen. '
"Is Johnson mentally affected!" wad
"Well, he Is sort ot 'lolo,' still he has
been employed on the plantation as
laborer." answered Goodale.
There Is an Impression about Wala
lua that the Wharton child was mur
dered with a motive, that the deed was I
not the work of a fiend who was en-j
deavorlng to cover up his sin, and that
the act was deliberately planned. It
Ik said that Seaman Wharton was tho
heir to certain largo property and on
this account ho was killed.
The first discovery ot the tragedy
Has when a , Chinaman employed
around tho placo and' a nativo named
Mamake, who were looking uoout tho
fields lor the youngster, back of tho
house, camo across a number ot blood
soaked garments. Upon further lnea.
ligation tho clothes were found to be
those of Seaman Wharton. Only a
tliort dlstanco away a pile of newly
dug earth was revealed. Upon, a fur
ther search tho trunk of tho body was
found, together with the head, feec
The stomach had been cut and torn
open and disembowelled. The Intcs-
. tines cannot be found anywhere. I
On account of tho disappearance of
, the bowels many questions arise. No
theory has been advanced as to why the
murderer should deliberately disem
bowel the boy and then take away the
Intestines with him or hide them where
they could not be found. A Bearch is
being made today for the Intestines.
Or. Wood viewed tbo remains last
evening. A hatchet or largo butcher
knife was evidently used by the per-
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pctrator of tho crime. That ho was
armed for tho occasion there seems lit
tle doubt. Tbo bead could not have
been sovcred from the body with an
ordinary knlfo nor could tbo feet or
bands have been cut off. Tho weapon
used has not been found.
Suspicion against Johnson, tho lab
orer, Is strong. The general talk is
that when he was arrested last night
tila Klnthna WArA fmlnri In tin tilnnit.
stained. After tho boy was missed yes-1
tcrday morning Mrs. Wharton went to
tho mill, It Is said, to see Johnson, to
Inquire about her son. The man was
On tho other hnnd thcro aro tho pco-
nln whn Im-Havo Johnson Innocent of
tho crime, as nothing poaltlvo has as!
jet been proved, nnd aro of tho opinion
that another, no ono scorns to know
who. Is tho guilty one. A good many
think that whoever committed tho
crlmo ho Is trying to throw tho blamo
on another and on this account tho
authorities aro at a loss In Just whlih
direction to continue their search,
Chinese Under Arrest.
A mt'ssagu from Walalua this after
noon says that tho Chinaman who was
vilth the native Mamaku when the
blood-stained clothes wore found, has
been taken Into custody, Thcro does
rot seem to bo any particular evi
dence against tho Chinaman, but tho
authorities-thought it best to put him
In Jail In caso ho should bo Implicated
In tbo affairs later.
Honolulu Chapter, No. 1, It. A. Mn
Installed the following officers last
night: High Priest, K. U. Porters
King, C. 0. Dockus; Scribe, J. W. Har.
vey; Captain of Hosts, It- H. P. Ush.
man: Principal Sojourner, C. P. Mur
ray: It. A. Captain, W. II. OoeU; M.
ot 3d V 11. W. Dreckons; M. of 2d V.,
D. U Austin: M. of 1st V., C. It. Frai
ler; G-uard, Theo. Hoffmann.
HIS ROVING NEEDLE.
Denver, Dec. 10. Blnco running a
largo needle In the big toe ot his right
foot, Ilert Clark of 101C South Fif
teenth street, has been suffering In
tensely and Is In a dangerous condi
tion because the needle Is working up
ward In bis leg. It has reached the
large part of the calf. Repeated efforts
to romovo the broken needlo proved
futllo and tho aid of surpeons was
called. Tho too was operated upon, but
the needlo could not be .located and
X-Rays were used. Several times the
surgeons thought they bad the neddlo
located and cut into the foot and leg,
but the needle had moved and further
use of tho X-Ray was necessary each
It seems that by thrvtlme the sur
geons take a picture 'of the needlo
through the X-Ray and have the neg
ative developed, the needle moves 'up
ward and cannot be found by the
use of the knife. Repeated operations
have been made upon Clark's leg and
loot and more are contemplated, but
the needlo Is roving rapidly Uward
the heart, If the needle cannot be re
moved Clark's life will 'be In great
danger when It gets near the hr-art
or works Into some delicate organ ot
LOCAL AND GENFJAL
Auto hacks at Stockyards Stables.
The Board of Health will meet at 3
('clock this afternoon.
Choice Cosct Cover Embroideries nt
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Camera views, I'arndlse of tho Pa
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The CathollcJ.adles' Aid Society will
meet at tho csnvcnt tomorrow after
lroon nt 3 o'clock.
Captain W. A. H. Connor, of the har.
bor dredging, returned this morning
from a business trip to Kahulul. .
K. A. Hosmer, formerly principal of
I'unahoii College, and family, arc now
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Jos. O. Pratt will eivo n talk In the
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Th Supervisors of the Kindergar
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Tho A.-H. S. S. Novndan arrived this
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In tl.o reptcln suit of K. Ynmnmoto
arnlnst him lor tho tnfortori Jnnnnpun
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Judgo Dc liolt has granted W. L.
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of tho old Cnmarlnas premises,
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motion was granted concerning Peter
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(OT. WITS DIARY
The Archives Commission has ix.cn
presented with tho Journal of Captain
Thos. Paty, the first harbormaster ot
Honolulu, by i:. 'A. Mott-Smlth, his
great-grandson. The book was hand
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by Commissioner A. i Judd. Tho
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gives dnta concerning the arrival ana
departure of vessels, but Includes a
diary, In which Captain Paty kept
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be was personally Interested, but also
In general affairs, political, mercan
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tho wholo very Interesting reading.
Tho archives are to be closed for
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nrchlvarlan a chauco to make arrange
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