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EVENING nOLLETIN, IIONOLULtr, T. It,. BATUItn.W, OCT. 3, 1008.
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Kepoikai Turns Kalu
To Attorney Genera
PERJURY CHARGE MAY
WAIIjUKU, Maul, Oct. '1. A sen -
nation of untiuallllcd proportlonx wns
created In tlio Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit on Thurbiiay of thli
week when Attorney J. Llghtfool
moved tliu Court to commit Count
iVttorncy John V. Knlua to jail uu a
tliuiKo of perjury.
Tlio final accounts of Hcv. S. Kapu,
administrator of tlio cstato of Henry
Cooper Jr., weio before tlio Court
Itcv. Knpu lias filed his fltial ac
counts, which showed that besides
Mm fi 1 nolfitn ttinrfi alwuilil In t
hand llvo head of work cattle, ono,
.in.. ...... .nc, .,, . ,'.
...I, tutu fuoutiv, uiu tin il lll.lll.;. Ui
fact thcio Is hut ten cents In tho
hands of tho administrator and no
vouchers for thd dlstrlhutlon of tho
money or other personal piopeity
which have, as tho Court remarked,
evaporated. The estate Is ono of
many Hint have liceu hiiudlcd In tho
past lu this circuit In u most aston
ishing manner and was watched with
On the 2Sth of September Judgo
A. N Kepoikai appointed Attorney
J. I.Ightfoot milieus curiae. Sir. I.lght
foot went Into tho enso nt oneo nnd
made n careful Investigation of tho
letords nnd examined witnesses nnd
llled an exhaustive and ulilt report on
the condition of the estate:
Ho In part Bays: "On February C,
ISO!', Rev. S. Kapu received from J.
N K. Keola, clerk Second Circuit
Com t, $809. Of-. I dcslro to point out
to Your Honor that from tho said
lith day of February, 181)9, thero Is
evidently no pretense of Investment
of this largo sum of money.
"Theio Is no reason that can ho ns
"crtnlncil fiom tho records why this
cstato was not promptly closed In
about eight months. (Soo I'stuto of
Kalu, IS Hawu. pago tltlS), but not
only has tho estate been Kept open
sluro 1899, but no accounts have
been filed nnd the money has evi
dently been allowed to Ho lillo In 'ho
hands of tho administrator. I re
spectfully suggest, therefore, that tho
administrator should bo charged with
legal Interest on h.ild SSOfi.or. from
tlio Cth day or February, 1S99, to tho
'1 Uh day of April, 19011, nt tho into
of B per cent, per annum nnd Intorcbt
fiom thn Bald i'lth day of April,
190.", (o tho dale hereof nt tho rato
of S per cent, per annum."
Tliu Inventory coutalmi tlio follow
ing curious observations:
"Iteported to jour administrator
but did not roinii into his possession,
the lie.nl of oxen and ono mare, lu
the possession of Henry Cooper, tho
elder. Tho oxen were, ns I nm In
formed, turned over by Henry Coop
er, tho elder, to .1. W. Kalua.
"I respectfully suggest that tho ad
ministrator bo not discharged until
this matter is cleared up. It was his
duty to retain contiol of theso ani
mals. If If, ho ii fact that .1. W. Kn
lua has ninveited theso animals to
his own uso for purposes other than
tliu bi'iirllt of tho estate, tho Couit
iliould bo informed of tlio same, nnd
Mr. Kalu. i should bo compelled to pay
Into (nurt. tho vujiiu of hulil nnlnwift
together with Interest from the dato
of their conversion.
"I linvu been Informed from out
side wiuices that theso cattlo wen)
loaned to Mr. .1, W. Knlnii for tho
purpose of plowing up boiiio of Ills
(ICalua's) land, and that tho said cat
tlo luivo never been returned.
"I respectfully recommend that
Henry Cooper Sr tho Kev. S. Kapu,
and J. V. Kalua, nnd such other wit
nesses ns can bo found ho subpoenaed
to testify on this matter, and thnt
.Mr. Kapu shall not he granted his
dlsLliargo until reparation shall have
been made ti tho estate for tho
On Wcdnosdny of this week tho
witnesses wero cnllod and noma start
ling testimony was given.
Kov. 8, Knpu said that nftcr tlio
costs of all classes had been paid In
full, ho had lu his hands SG8'!,10, nnd
that'thero weio deeds and llvo head
of work oxen nnd ono filly not dis
lie said thnt Knlua had asked him
for tho monoy nnd that ho hnd gono
A Rare Opportunity
The Government recently paid 40o
per square foot for a strip of land on
tho corner of Judd and Nuuanu Sts. ;
and less than 80 feet from it. facing
Jull St. and opposite Mr. Clive Da
vies' residence I am authorized to of
fer for Sale a lot 02 x 42 on Judd St.
at 20o per Square Foot, together with
a small 0-room Cottage on same, all
P. E. R. Stevuch
WAITY BLDG, 74 S, KING ST,
HAVE SERIOUS RESULTS
, up to Knlua'n house mill liml chcii
lilm tlio money. Knlun gavo li tin :iu
receipt for tlio moncv
Ho testified that Henry Cooper had
loaned Knlua tlio okpii and that they
had never hecu In bin possession.
Ho said that ho had written Kalua
threo letters asking him for tho re
turn of tho money hut that Kalua
had never replied to any of them.
Ho Bald that the reason ho had
given tho money to Kalua wim that
Kalua was his friend, an active mem
ber of his church and tho J ml go of
i tlio Circuit Court, and that he trusted
, ... ,, , . ,, , ., . ,
J. W. Knlnii tcitined that ho was
founcrly tho Judge of tho Second Cir
cuit Court nnd thnt he had appointed
Kapu as administrator. Ho admitted
thnt ho had been dismissed us Judgo
of tho court.
After this testimony Knlua hnd tho
worst fit of what might be termed n
lap3o of memory that has ever been
seen In Wnlluku.
Ho forgot how much money thuro
wns in the estate. Ho forgot what
became of It. Ho forgot'how many
cattlo thero wero or what beenmo of
them. Ho forgot whether ho had over
had nnj thing to du with tho money.
Ho denied positively that he had ever
gotten any part of tho money. He
said thnt he hnd bonow some money
from Knpu In his prlvnto capacity,
but that It hnd been paid by V. O.
Smith some five or six years ngo. Ho
did mft lemembcr when. Ho Mild
that Smith would not let -him have
tho note now nnd had demanded pay
ment. In reply In n question ns fo wheth
er It Is truo thnt ho had gotten SOS'l
thnt belonged to the cstato of Henry
Cooper, ho testified that "It Is fulse,
Ho finally admitted thnt ho had
gotten tho cattlo that wero claimed
to belong to the estate, but that ho
had bough tlicnvfiom n strange uinu
from Makawao. lie paid tho man
tho cash for them. Ho paid Sir, u
head. Ho paid for them In his yard.
Ho paid at 12 o'clock noon, nnd vet
ho docs not know who tho man was,
and In reply tn a ucsllou as to whe
ther It was Saint I'cter ho bolcmnly
said ho could not remember.
Henry Cooper testified that ho nnd
riiami had taken tho cattle down to
Kalua nnd that ho had paid I'uan.t
two dollars for his services for bilng
Ing tho cattlo In him.
Until of them testified that Win.
Kukoiiu was tho luna mi Knlua's
placo In Inn Valley when they look
tho cattle down, while Kalua testi
fied that It was .laut.es Miilulu, who
died lu 1900.
Mrs. Henry Coopor testified that It
wns Henry Cooper mid I'liaim who
took tho cattlo down tn Kalua.
Win, Kiil.on.i corroborated tho tes
timony of Kapu, Hunry Cooper, 1'u-
nmi, nnd Mrs. Henry Cooper.
After all of tho testimony wns In,
Judgo Kepoikai decreed that Patrick
Cocki-lt bo declared tho heir of I'lhl
and ho alone will Inherit (ho ten
cents mill such oilier propel ty now in
tho bunds of tho nilinlnlstiatnr.
After tho dccieu wiib enleied Attor
ney Iilghtfoot moved thnt .1. W. Kn
lun bo held to appear before tho
firaiul Jury on n clinrgn of pcrjurj'.
Ho said In part: "Ono of tho lm-
poitnnt niatteis Is what became of
tho property belonging tn this cstato.
Tho realty (ould not bo stolon.
"Tho pertonal property belonging
to this cstato consisted of over 1800
lu cash mid llvo head nf cattle nnd
ono flllj'. Kov. S, Knpu has taken tho
stand nnd iiitulo a plnln, htrnlghtfor-
wnrd story. Kcpu hns testlflcd that
'Knlua asked mo to glvo him tho
nioncj-, nnd because ho wns m: friend,
n member of my church, nnd tho
Judge, I gavo It to him.' "
Mr. I.Ightfoot whl: "f don't be
lieve thero was anyone present here
who did not hellovo his (Kapu's)
"It then becomes n mnterlnl mat
ter tn know what hecamo of tho rat
tlo nnd the motiej-.
"Wo luivo tho story nf Henry Coo
per, 1'tinna, nnd Mrs. Henry Cooper.
Kalua says: -I bought four cattle. I
paid $15 for each of them. I paid
for them nt 12 o'clock noon. I did
not look at the brand becnuso I trust
ed tho man from whom I bought
them. I do lint know his name. I
never saw him before. I luivo novor
scon him since.'
"I don't belovp thero was ovor u
worfo conglomeration of lies than
wns told by Kalun, nnd If there Is a
Qnil lu heaven, he lied,
"It Is an unpleasant dutj', hut I nsk
you to do your dutv. I know you
hnvo n big heart nnd It Is n most un
ploasant duty for you to porfoim, but
whore Is tho snfetj; of property nnd
llfo when perjury Is committed In
this couit and ivoes unpunished,"
On Friday afternoon Ttnv. Kapu
staled ho was tumblo to pay, tho
uuulo to pay, tl
Arc your lips white,
your cliockj colorless,
your cara transparent?
And do you look thin
G and care-
a bright, cheerful face, in every
boltlo of Ayor'a Sarjaparilla.
If your appotito h poor, your
digestion imperfect, and you feel
nervous and weak, you ought to
ra K? V. i
It expels all i:npuritic3 from tho
blood, and gives strength and vigor
to tho nervea. It will ourely ro
storo you to health.
Ait twin miulc, Ayer'a Snraa
parlllu contain no alcohol.
Thoro ares manv imitation
Bo suro you got "AYER'5."
Pf.tip.1 by Dr. J. C Arcr & C., ll!. I'm., U.S.A.
AYEXTS riLL3. tb !)! family ltutlT..
amount due tho cstato. Much sym
pathy was expicsscd for him and the
Court was asked to grunt 111 in fur
ther time, which wns done.
In tho matter of tho motion of Mr.
I.Ightfoot, tho Court's concluding 10-
marks from tho bench were: "Mr.
Kalua, If juu weio an oidlnary citi
zen 1 would have no hesitancy lu cum
milling you tu tlio Cruud Jury, lu
view of tliu Important position you
hold nnd the confusion that might be
occasioned, I luivo decided to placo
tho wholo mutter before the Attomej
(iciicrnl." Maul News.
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
1, 4 to 7.
Central t'nloii Church Sonleos on
Sunday: lllblo School: Tho illftcrum
departments meet In their rooms nt
9: 15 and then ussumblo fur tho special
"Itully Day Program' lu tho Senloi
room nt 10 o'clock; paients and filemU
cordially Invited. .Morning worship
ami holy communion nt 11 o'clock .
tlio minister will picach nnd Ihcic
will bo tho lrceptlop of now Members
Christian Kudeavor Society will meet
lit i:.1l) p. in. to consider thn subject
"Our Vows and Their Fulfillment";
this l.i tlio monthly couheeinlloii merl
lug. i:enlng worship at 7:)0 o'clock;
special fcervieu under tho auspices in
the Cabinet; add less by Dr. John 11.
Do Forest of Sinlcii, Jap-in. on "l.nr
ilers llelweeu the K:ibt mul tlio West.'
Organ Introduction ut 7:15 by Arthur
Catholic Cnllujdral Foast of the
Holy Itosary. t! n. in., low mass wlh
1'orlugiioHo Institicllou and holy torn
mimloii; 7 a. in., low nmsii with io
communion; 9 u. in., chlldien'H mass
'Will singing ami KtiglMi i.uiiuoii;
10:.'lo n in.. Solemn I 'out I lieu masi,
with NatlMi roriiiun; 2 i. m., Itosmv
ninl NatlMi IiikIi iittlon: 7 p. m., I'ni--tugiioHu
hornion mid lluicdlctloii of (ho
HI. Sacrament, During (li0 wcck. (u
masses ut ii nnd 7 a. in.
At St, Amliow's Cathedral (omnr-
low ut 11 u. m., nnd 7 p. in., sermons
win no pieaclieil by tlio Ilov. T. O,
rowoll of St, Joint's Church. IUuton.
Illsliop Itostnrlclc hones that ns nimiv
of tho peoplo as posslblo will tako ad
vantage of tho opportunity of homing
mo iicipnu wonts or Fattier I'ouoll.
Tho Catholic Church of St. John tho
nap.iist. Mill!it-v.nuin, In chargo of
itov. nitlior C'loiuent. Tomoriow. Oct-
ooei nil. I'.iast or tlio M. II. Itos.u-y
s:j a. m., high nutis, Korinoii, collec
tion, hiin.l.iy school. 1 p. in, Itosary,
Saint 'AiikiihIIiio (in tlio Ilonrb Wnl
klltl Siuiday, 9 a. in., miihs with slug
Ins nnd Kngllsh sermon: :i p. m., meet
lug of tho rodallty. Tnujilay: 9 a. in.,
n.ass for tho loposo or tlio soul ot tho
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
1, 4 to 7.
m t .
SHAKES AND TREMORS
Slight shocks of nithqiiuko hnvo
been noted nearly every day within
tho past week, Ihieo on Friday, two
on S.ituiilay. ono euily on Moinlnj
U le'riSi-' -i. I
' V 1 I 'I
morning, nnd ono nt '! o'clock on
Tuesday morning. That ot Satur
day, nt 8:01 p. m., wan slioit but
paitlcularly sharp. Tho oilgliml
shako of Sunday, SoiH. 20, appears to
have been moro sovero In Puna than
I'lsewlinre, tho Hernlil iecplng ro
ports of fallen wnlls and n tnrim
earth crack. At G:l3 j-cstorday;
morning thorn was a slum hut verj
sharp 'ipinko that cnused trctuoi-b
nmoiiR tho nervous nnd soino unttsn
nlly early rlslnp. It also intended
Ilin cracks In the planter nt thn Illln
3jr"For SaU" cards at Dullelln.
Supply yomsclf w th DUFFY'S APPLE JUICE. Noth
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