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Vol. XV HI No 3H01
Mrs. Danford Caused,
(Motley Family Rows
SENSATIONAL CHARGES IN WILL CONTEST
A most elaborate brief has been di
ed before the Supremo Court In tbo
rnmous Notlcy will caso. In which
Chas. K. Notley, Wm. Notlcy, David
Notlcy and Maria Hughes aro contest
ing the will of tho late Charles Notlcy.
'Inls will was originally admitted to
probate by Judge Little of Iltlo. This
order as contested before Judge
Ilobtnson, The matter was tried by a
Jury and decided against tho contest-,
unin, w uiwi uii;i9iuu vvua iuici uu Bur
tallied by the Supremo Coutt. Tho
contestants ore not petitioning for a
writ of error from tho Supremo Court,
presumably for tho purposo of carry
ing the matter to Washington. The
nttornevs for the contestants are Kin
ney, McClanalian & Cooper and Ballou
The brief reads mora llko a novel
than llko the usual dry form of legal myself hao agreed to provide grails
documents, setting forth tho whole his- to tho Walklki Church opposite tho Mo
jory of the Motley family life In vivid ana hotel, a neat picket fence to re
tityle. It opens as follows: ( place' tho old ono which Is falling to
"Chas. Notley was an old resident pieces; but tho new grado of Bldowalk
of these Islands Many ears ago bo stands about IS Inches above, tho leel
began life here as a shepherd for
Samuel Parker. Ho had never enjoy
d any special Intellectual training, no
evidence Is disclosed of scholastic at
tainments, or of academic training, up
on his part; It does not even appear
that he had a common Bchool educa
tion; his letters would seem to Indi
ra to that bo had not; 'and ho was
thus open to all the prejudices and ex
posed to all tho dangers that contin
ually beset men of his typo.
Tho brief goes on to deJcrlbo Not
ley's success In business and bis hap
py family life until ho brought his
niece, Emma Danford, from England.
"Tho advent of this "niece," says tho
brief, "marks tho entrance of discord
and troublo into tho previously harmo
nious and affectionate homo life of tho
Volleys, tho fnltbfut old wife, who
bad loved and 11 ed and worked by
Notley s side during the long and
weary jeors that went to tbo making
of the Notley fortune, was thrust from
lier place as mistress of tho home,
was grossl taunted as a "black
man" by a stranger In her own bomo,
mid was subj(cted to personal vlo- investigated by his Government, "Of
lenco at the hands of the man who had rourso, I cannot Jleny that tho gentle
never beforo touched her savo In tbo man quoted rocelved a letter, but tho
way of kindness." assertion that Consul Saito is being In-
Mrs. Danford Is further described vostli-nio,! is nimuni. I An nnt IipIIoao.
ns rollows: "She had no loo for tho
lilnnl u si m n n alia fnlt an Dnlirn In
w.ui.,. -u. ...... , D..v ..., . -...,.. ...
tier position of dominance and control
oer Notley that, when sung and spoil-
cd by anger, sho did not hesitate to
make declarations concerning the dls-
position of his property; and In thos
will attached hero her boaBts aro
made, good and her predictions are
(Continued on Page 8.)
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected plneaooles will no
forward to the Coast per 3. 8. Ala.
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Wells-
Fargo office, King St.
The Kash Company Ltd.
m n ID
The Hoard of Supervisors considered
the following communication last night
and decided that It It did any work for
ono church It would havo to work for
all and thereforo the request could not
To the Honorable, Tho Baord of Super
visors, County of Oahu, Honolulu,
Qcntlem'en: Mr. Robert Lowers and
or inc cemetery anu a rougn siono re
taming wall Is necessary to hold up
the sidewalk. Could tho Road Depart
ment afford to put In such retaining
wall free of cost to the church people,
who are all poor natives and unable to
make any Improvements?
Please let mo know as early as may
be convenient as tho fenco bos to bo
erected Immediately and oblige
Youre very truly,
Matsubara, Acting Consul
stated yesterday In connec
tion will, Iho nuntntlnn frnm n lnonl
.innnnrsR. Hint f-nnnnl 'snlin is 'iiolnz
an. BHCh Information. Tho conduct of
. a ii i
luQ consul is noi unaer invesuguion
now j nav0 received no lettor to that
effect, and really I think I would know
if guii) cro tho caso."
Tho health conditions In tho house
hold of Governor Carter aro reported
to bo In a cry satisfactory condition
today. Tho Govornor Is getting on
nicely, although ho Is still confined to
bis room. Ills temperature remains
normal. Mrs. Carter Is also Improving
being very much better today. The
two children bao been pronounce f
well and aro home.
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never before have we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
cxtremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
inn I 10 ktrti Olinnnninrno inr riiTiTir'n Trt
vycll flo new ouDouniDcno Hiin cniiiLtu iu
FOR MRS. ATCOERLtrS
President I'lnkham made tho follow
ing statement to the Uoard of Health
There Is but little business to pre
sent, simply tho ordinary routine work.
I ask )ou to approte my action In
recommending Dr. Harey Lee Ross for
a llcenso to practice medicine and
surgery Ho was needed In the South
I present a letter from Mary II. Atcll.
crley and my reply to her communica
tion Mrs. Atcherley took considerable
umbrage toward tho Hoard of Health at
tho tlmo tho Legislature cut out the
government physicians but I am un
aware of any good grounds for her
former numerous complaints as to the
Hoard any more than the latter.
Petitions hae been rccehed for Dr.
Atchcrlcy'a appointment at South Ko
hala and Kona districts.
On January ICth t wrote Dr. Atch
erley a plain, kindly letter whlchvhas
been only ovaslvely answered If It
becomes necessary for me to speak
more plainly I am prepared to do so.
I present the report of the numbing
Inspector for January. Also the rc-
liort of tho Food Commissioner for De
cember. The quarterly report of tho
Chief Sanitary Officer Is also presented.
J. I). Castlo this morning rccehed
a,cablo from G. 1'. Thlclcn, whom ho
sent to tho Coast to take ihargo ut
transporting the Molokans here, to the
effect that the first lonslgnment of the
settlers for Kapaa would leae Sai
Iranclsco In tho steamship China to
arrho hero on the 19th. It Is expected
that about eighty families will arrive
In the first lot. Thebulk of the Immi
grants Is exported later In the special
ly chartered steamship Oltmpla.
FIND REESE GUILTY
George Reese, the boatswain's mate
of the Iroquois, who una found dead
Monday evening In his rooms over tho
Iwllel saloon, camo to his death by a
gunshot wound Inflicted by himself, ac
cording to the decision of the Coroner's
Jury nt Its Investigation this afternoon.
In the Investigation three witnesses
wero culled They were Will Dixon,
the dead man's wife, n Porto Rlrnn
girl called Maria Rovclra, and I)r J T
McDonald of tho Hoard of Health.
The next witness was Cornelius Dore
,nus, president of tho Gcrmnnla Lifo
Mr. Doremus said thcro were 64,000
policy holders In his company. Eacb
one had a vote In the management for
every $100 of reserve hold against hit
Q. What Is tho amount of Insur
ance In force? A. About $110,000,000
I should say.
Q. I notlco that your surplus has
been steadily Increasing? A. Yes, sir
Q. Do you II nd It necessary to watc'i
tho ticker In order to ascertain wheth
er you have mado money or not?
A. No, sir. Tho Now York Globo
and Commercial Advertiser, December
llyron O. Clark, president and man
ager of tbo Tropic Fruit Company, will
leave In iho Mamhurla upon n business
trip to tbo mainland.
Is what counts, not what you earn.
When you have saved money don't let
It lie Idle In your wallet. It won't
work for you there. Bring It to us and
let us Invest It for you and you will
soon be receiving dividends which can
In their turn be Invested. This Is the
true road to wealth and contentment
Trust Co., Ltd
Fort Street, Honnluln
TODAY IS A GOOD TIME
OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY FKBUUAHY 7. 10(1(5
Under Revised Rules
TERRITORIAL, DISTRICTS AND COUNTY
Tonight the Territorial Central Committee of tho Republican party
meets at headquarters on Fort Btrcct, nnd, as stated yesterday, all con
cerned havo "agreed not to disagree" In tho matter of adopting tho party
rules as amended:
Tho number of "Delegates to which each precinct shall bo entitled un
der tho Revised Rules Is as follows:
First Precinct Fourth District.. Fifth District.. 2
Second Precinct " " .. 4 " , " .. 2
Third Precinct " " .. 5 ' " .. 2
Fourth Precinct " " .. fi ' " ..2
Fifth Precinct " ' .. 5 " " .. 1
Blxth Precinct " ' .. G " " .. 3
Seventh Precinct " " ..1 " " ..3
Eighth Precinct " " .. 4 " " .. 4
Ninth Precinct " " .. 3 " " .. 4
Tenth Precinct " .. 4 " " .. 4
Eleventh Precinct " " .. " . " .. 2
Total 41 29
DISTRICT AND COUNTY CONVENTION.
First Precinct Fourth District.. 17 Fifth District.. 9
Becond Precinct M " ..19 " " ..9
Third Precinct " " ..21 " " ..10
Fourth Precinct ' " " ..23 " " .. 7
Fifth Precinct " " ..19 " " .. 5
Sixth Precinct " " ..20 " " ..12
Seventh Precinct " " .. 2 " " ..11
Eighth Precinct " " ..17 " " ..18
Ninth Precinct " " ..14 " " ..17
Tenth Precinct " " .17 " " ..10
Eleventh Precinct " " " " . 10
Total 1G9 12C
Aniii Is Remanded
By Supreme Court
"T ifit &
PETITION FOR HABEAS CORPUS DENIED
The Supreme Count his afternoon
rendered Iu decision In tho Y Anlu 't ated that Judgment had been rcn
caw?, den) lug bis petition for n writ of dcred.
hubtas eorpiu, aud remanding him to Chief Justlco Frear sold to Humph
the custody of the High Sherlif W 'hat ' ho had any facts to pro-
Tho opinion of tho court was rcn- . ''" mMi call witnesses,
dcred by Justice Hartvvell, who stated Stenographer Boll was called. Ho
that the Judgment made In the ab- ""cad his notes of tbo proceedings bo
sence of Anln on tho uflcrnoon on the '?ro Ju,lso Lindsay. Thoy showed
day In which he was sentenced, and hat 'n Curt nal '! "Tn Court
which was filed on tho following day. sentences tho defendant, or tho wit
was a valid Judgment and could not bo n,c88. t, ten "ny Imprisonment or un
declared void "1 1,Q lma Purged himself from con
Chief Justlco Frear then announced jmnt bv answering tho question."
that tho writ was dismissed and the Thero was no record of Judgment bo
prisoner remanded to tho custody of,In8 Pron;i"e1d- ,.,.
the High Sheriff I JuJB Whiting, Frank E. Thompson
While this means that the sentence JVth. tC8,,1Qc,d Psltlvc!7 .tnat J"dKO
of ten days impoted by Judge Lindsay i,Jntlsay ,!,ai1 sentenced Anln without
on Anln has become crfcetho, and that flr8t finding "" BIUy of contempt,
tho wily Oriental will go to Jail, It Is JuJgo Humphreys wanted to call
not probablo that bis stay there Will be orB I'enJ,.hal.l,f,,M0 aT. n"i? "' W
long at present Judge Humphreys Kinney of The Hullct n in further cor
stated this afternoon that ho would rraln. tut Doputy A tornoy Gen
probably attempt to brlug tbo matter fra' rro80.r n,dm"01' ""' "oy 1I1
direct to tho United States Supremo C8t"y lat they had not heard tho
Court on a writ of error. In cuho tho Judgment. .,,.,,
Supreme Court should refuse to kt' At the Instance, of tho Court Judgo
Anln bo released on n bonct a writ ot An m called. Ho stated that
habeas corpus would bo applied for ,0 md no Independent recollection of
from the United States District Court. 'V"'ng lono moro than was shown by
It thus looks ns If It might bo a long Bc. rec"r.a' Vh,cn ll0 aa B.ecn
tlmo before Anln w. serve out his sen-
ii0 t i i ,.. i i.i .
. ltC3J ."'?, "n.d," J-' '"P" '"
Y. Anln without llrst finding him gull -
ty of contempt, as charged, Anln Is
llablo to iscapo from tlio vvruth of the
Grand Jury, This point was raised by
Judgo Humphreys today in tho habeas
corpus caso before tho Supremo Court
and seemed to Impress It.
Judgo Humphrojs was not prepared
to nrguo tho matter, expecting Judgo
Gear to do so, but In his absence be
went ahead with tho caso. Ho stated
In opening that tho grounds on which
ho asked for a writ of habeas corpus
for Anln wero; that no Judgment had
been rendered against him; that tho
question put to Anln by the Grand
Jury was Immaterial, and that tho
question was Incriminating,
In regard to the llrst question Judgo
Humphreys said that Judgo Lindsay
lias sentenced Auln without first find
ing him guilty Tho so called record
Kent) Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd,,
Stock, and Bond Brokers,
wnTrn mi nir cnnnn
vuitd m inc duuu
of tho matter did not stato facts when
n "SuH, "tho proof " jl.st
shown, but was told by the Court that
'theru was no doubt as to tlio fact that
tho defendant had not been pronouno.
l .j5"' Lnoyi .nm''
"""'Kf, iS ,
. on to nrguo thai It
(Continued on Po 4.)
J.'HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUQS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS,
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
uumto ; '';;;:,'";
-,Tr- :,0NR VOTE FOR
EDITION I '
America In Charge
WASHINGTON, D C, Feb 7. Confirmation has been received of tho
response to the request that the United States take charge of the Vene
zuelan Consulate In France
ST. PETERSDURQ, Russia, Feb. 7. General Llnevltch reports that Vlad-,
Ivostok and Harbin are quiet and the pacification of the Transbalklla region Is
CA8TELLANE'S WILL NOT RECONCILE.
PARIS, France, Feb. 7. Efforts made to reconcile Count Castellane
his wife have been unsuccessful.
STEAMER WRECK AT FALSE DAY.
SEATTLE, Wish., Feb. 7. The
wrecked at False Bay, Alaska. The
With all tho strenuous exertion of
a hound on tho scent tho Grand Jury
continued' Its hunt after tho wily die
fa men this forenoon. Old Kumukabl'i
must bo a veritable mine of Informa
tion to tho Grand Jury At least ho
was recalled tor tho third or fouri'i
tlmo. Ex-Pollco Officer Ah On, who has
been awaiting his turn for six da)n,
was flnall) admitted this morning to
tho den of mv story. Contrary to ex
pectation bis examination was not
nearly as lengthy us those of Chun
Mco Hlng, Anln and Ah lloo. Ho re
mained under tlru only about an hour
and was then allowed to go.
During the last fow davs It has be
come evident that the Grand Jury Is
not concentrating Its attention to the
tlio fa bankers alone, but Is following
wherever tho trail leads It to Iho lesser
lights In tho gambling constellation.
the small agents and the players. A
couple of jouthful employes of the
Metropolitan Meat market were sum
moncd this forenoon, and even guards
of tho Oahu Prison have been called to
explain what they know about the clin
fa mysteries. The Investigators have
also got tbelr eycB on men employed in
other walks of life.
The Grand Jury Is trying some very
dark and mysterious schemes to baffle
tboso who would fain gain a glimmer
of what It Is doing. It Is thus keeping
sonm witnesses Iu plain sight In lhi
hallway whero they can bo seen by any
one. This openness Is, however, only
a blind, for whllo witnesses are waiting
In the ball, others are being spirited
Into tho room from the back entrance
through tho High Sheriffs office.
Among these huvo been tho Jail guard.!
who havo been summoned. The Grand
Jury Is nlso calling many witnesses bo-
A Clap of Thunder
Out of a Clear Sky
couldn't be more startling than our
Misses', Children's and Infants'
Highest grade shoe wear for
regular price. Every mother Is
We can and will easily explain
Note the reduced prices, then
sure to meet some of your friends here.
200 pairs Misses' Tan 8hoes; lace, button and slippers. 8lzes
11 1-2 to 2 1-2. Former price 3.75, $3.00, 2.50; NOW 75J.
300 pairs Children's Tan Shoes; lace and buttons only. Sixes
8 to 11. Former price Z75, ZB0. 2 00; NOW 50.
100 P'lrs Infants' Tan, Red and Black Shoes. Sizes 21-2 to 6.
Former price $2.00, $1.75, 1.50 NOW 50.
TERM8 CA8H AND POSITIVELY NO EXCHANGES.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd; '
'PHONE MAIN 28? , 1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
-rut eweMlMA mil f e-riM
SZOfH) PRIZE CONTEST.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 1906, J
TUla nAla la nAAj ! sauAM J cat
Pkiod 6 Ohntb
German steamer Marleehen has been
crew was saved.
foro It. as for Instance, the Metropol
itan meat market employes, simply by
tclepnono instead of serving mem wild
subpoena through tho High Sheriff.
Attorney W. W. Thavcr'g charges
against Deputy Sheriff Kckauoha of
Koolauloa, referred back to him by the
Supervisors last nlgbt, that ho might
secure tho signature of twenty flvu vo
ters to a petition for tbo Deputy's re
moval, If ho could, and so bring the
matter to conform with tho require
ments of tho County Act, aro as fol
lows: On Jan. Clli, 190C, I went to Lata
to try a caso wherein one Lcong Wall
Keo, u Clilncso storekeeper at Tuna
tuu, was defendant, bo having been ar
rested tho week beforo on tho chargo
of hnvlng an unstamped botllo of bran
dy Iu bis possession, In violation of
tbo provisions of his llcenso, which Is
of tbo fifth class. Tho caso had been
specially set for Saturday, Jan. Clli,
t'JOG, at Hauulu court house. I wont
to Hauula by automobile', accompanied
by my witness, but on nrrlvlng at tho
tourt houto found that tho case had
be-en transferred for trial to Lalea;
this chango was mado without notlco
'to tho detendant's attorneys. Wo went
to Lalo at onco, arriving there before
the hour set for trial of tho case, and
wero then Informed by Deputy Sheriff
Kckauoha that tho prosecution was
uot ready for trial, no reason was
given savo that tho "witnesses wero
not there"; nor wouU Kekauoha stato
alio tbo absent witnesses woio or what
jrliey would testify to, or why bo had
uui una iul-ui iu cuurc un iuo ciay wnen
ho himself had had tbo case set for
1 trial. Ho merely stated that a "hapa
, baole" from Honolulu (this, I believe.
In as ejus iiuao, wno ioiu mo ne was noi
a witness) was not there and hence
thn rflRn mnlri tint in mi .Tiidca Vnl.
fcas Gus Hose, who told mo he was not
jnba opened court at 10 o'clock, and
, nltliout even calling tho caso against
(Continued on Pag 4.)
S. 11. Kingsbury has opened law of.
11 cos In tho Roston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Telephone Main 192.
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE ""of
one - fourth, one third and one-half tho
Interested and asking "How can they
when you come In.
come early and buy. You will be
. - K