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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T ., TUE9DAY, OCT. 20, 1908.
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(Continued from Pace 1)
"Rim Wau Hoy llmilly went
-InilKo (Iiillirultli, tin- nttoriip for l ho
defendant In the rime, anil asked him
when Ihu Line would conic on fm u
"Jtnluo (Inlliralth tin million
, formed Coo Wan Hoy that the case l"i .icnuleeil In the iciiuiot, " " "()t supi-owi that Collmrn
lind heon hrttliMl h him lone since whei.-npmi Mr Cathrnrt stated to "nld piesent the mattei to n -aw-iilid
tins amount of the Judgment paid Mi I'olliiun that the no. eminent wan cr lult that ll would be settled hc-
'Cithcart bplnc confrontod l.t O.io
Wan Hoy with Judge C.albialth's ,llcorv tllat the deed l which Queen
statement, confessed that he had col- Knplol.ini had conejed most of her
lectcd the nionej nnfl spent it, but l"crl) l" l'rlncis David nnd Cupid
said ho would raj It soon l""u hlin tooK offceft before her
"(lave Ilia .Note. death, wan icall) In the natuio of a
"Meanwhile Catluart h.id borrow-P1"' !llul ,Ilat- tliciofuii?. till of the
ed llftj dollars from lilt client. Coo l''l'"ly ' ccine.ed was liable to
Wan Hoy. and olTired to Rhp the 'UJ ,la Inheritance tax to the go
fattcr his note for the two Mini, l,rIiniPI" 'e fin liter said that the
.Iz.- the mimiint of the judgment. Eoeinnient estimated the alue of
?0. nnd the J5U wh.Lli he had bur- "," c,",lU' !,t ?00.0o. on which the
l cm oil. making 114" In all. pajable lheiitnnre ta w tild nnioiint to
In ono month. ISfi.ooo
"Goo Wan Hco accepted tho pron-' Continuing. Mi Cathcait said
oiltlon and Cathcait thcreimon eae ,lmt b)l11 ll0 l'"1 ' ' Dunne had
, him the note which reads as follows:
Honolulu. Jan. -7. 190::.
'One month after date for vnluo
receled 1 promise to paj to tho or
itur of Coo Wan llo One llundied
nnd Koity Dollars In U. S gold loin,
lit Hid Iklnk of lllshop i: Co.
" 'Hue .March 2.
" JNO. W. CATIICAMV
' Nolo Xeter'l'ald
"This note was not paid upon ma -
"Coo Wan Hoy repeatedly asked
Cathcait to piy the note, and had it
ii'euted to him by others, but with-
out result until April 20, 1902, when
Cathcait mild JJ0. vvhlth wasendbis-
id on tho note
"Cathcart made no further pnj-
ment on the note until June, 1903,
when he made a fmther pavment of
$'jr, which was alho endoised on the1
note-, making a total p.ijment of $53.
"No further pament has been
made on the note and the balance
of $S.1 still remains due and unpaid.
"The original note, made on an
ntillliirv mlnlr-il tihIa Muni- ultl,
tho details tilled In in Cathearfa
handwriting nnd with his slgnatuie,
In hit own hindwrltlng. Is In the
IKUM-gMin of the AdveitUer
"Confessed When Caught.
"In this eae as lu the i'ale.i a.
Davis case, which was made the sub-
'jeel of the Advertiser's fourth eharge
against Mr. Cathcnrt. published c.-!
terilaj, Mr Catluart collected money
bclonglug to his client; contealed tho
fait of sdeh collection ftom the cli
ent tor neatly three jc.irs, spent the
money for his ewn purposes, and only
acknowledged to the client that ho
had collected the mone and spent
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It, when tho client had dlscoveied the
fact of such collection f 10:11 un out
"Mr. Cathcait acknowledged tho
Indebtedness b giving his note, the
gtetitei put of the face of vvhlih la
still din-, to s.i) nothing about the
"More Seilous Charges,
"Toda)'s olteilngs lu the case
rasa which Is being made against proposition
John W Cathcait, comprises a see-1 Mi Kinney advised Mr. Collmrn
mid ch.uge of embezzlement prcfei- lo diaw Mi Cathcart out and try and
ml b) his formet client, (loo Wun find out If the government really con
Hoy, llrlefly stalesliidlucmfwjpcm templuted btlnglng this suit or who
Ho), lliloll) iclated, Coo Wan Uoy, titer ll was slmiily a piece of black
letulncd Mr. Cathcart lu 1899 to mall on Cathcaifs own nait.
bring still against a dehtoi, which
was done Judgment was had foi
$90 and Cathcart collected the inon-
ey, made no leturns to his illint,
nud, when tho latter learned tbtco
)eais later of the betiasal of littst,
confessed It and pioinised to pay Coo
Wan Hoy soon Meanvvhllo he had
bun owed $50 ot his too tiustful ill-
', s ent, which sum ho I ncoi pointed with
, tijo 9U in 11 noto rni $110, payable
r ".in 0110 month's tlmo Ibis note was
not met upon mntiiilt), and only $G!J biing suit, and then )ou fellows will
of the sum It called foi was pild Coo got hurt '
"Wan Hoy Is still out $85 and sover.il , 'Ml. Colhuin thereupon named a
)eai8' Inleicst nnd has the pleasure date, about a week later, when ho
of heating Cnthcuit sii) In print that would glvo Cathcait a definite an
ho Is a man ot untrustworthy eharnc- uwci.
ter and of had teeord which Is ull 1 "Mi Colliurn thereupon again con-
the lopajmeiit (loo Wan Hoy can now suited Mi Klnnoy, who mlvlsed Col-
hope to receive." bin 11 io lofm-j to pay an) thing, tiul
In the second clbu tho libel la ill- to tell Mi Cathcait that tho govorn-
legecl as follows-
"Attempted lllackmall b) Cathcart
"S-jventh Charge While John
W, Cathcart was Assistant Attorney
(leueriil of the Teirlttuy of Hawaii,1
nbout tho time whon J
I. Ditntto re-
tired from a similar position na uu
Assistant Atloiitey (lencial, Mr.
Cathcart culled upon John V, Col-
pl.uni tn iuiL-r uiul inanaKlnB dlicc-
t.r nf tin K.ii iolanl Kstate. Mil . at
tin- ollu- of 'in- Kstate, which was
then limited mi Kanhilliianii sticet,
and si ited to Mr Collmrn that lie
luisliii io li.ne n'eunimlt.itiou with
Mm m Impoitint Inislnesn Jlr Col-
,ontempIatlns lirliiRliiB n suit iigalnst
:- Kaplolanl Kstate, Ltd, on thef
,I1,niI " careful stud of the question,
and that the, were of opinion that
,he Sernmenfs claim was u goo I
'"'1 a"d ,lint if ,llc ault netc bi ought
tho eitalc would have to pay the tax
The Cloven Hoof Appears.
"After conlderabIe furtlici con
sultation on the subject, Mr. Cath
cart intimated to Mr. Colburu that
the Kstate should be icpreseuted by
ii good lawjer. Mr. Colburu asked
,lllt l-cr Mr Cathcart thought
iwould best till the bill Mr. Cathcart
I'epllcd that Mr J. J. Dunne was a
vul r,1,,-' lawyer, and that, moreover,
b 'earoii of Mr. Dunne bavins been
ln ,no Attorno Ccueraru oince, ho
1"lcw " 1IU01U "i's "no, the matter
li.nlns been fonalderejl nnd dlscino
tl1 '" l,,t'
Attoinej Ceneial'B onico
Dunne was an
' Cjiitlnulug, Mr. Cathcart said. In
lcl"' lo Mi v-olbuins luquliy as to
iiat mi Dunnes fee would bo, that
" thought Mr Dunne would repie-
tl'nl tlle Kstate In tho matter for a
ieo 0." $10,000 Upon
llclUU.rinK to tllNsillU
as being o-
ecsslve. Mi Cathi.iit lluall Mid. that j
"u thought that Mr. Dunne would
Probably accept a feo of $7500.
' A " further argument In favor
"r letalnlng Mr Jluiino Mr Cathcait
."'M that for that feo Mr. Dunne
"ld guaiaiiiee that the estate
'ild be Immune from any attack
' lhe C'Aeinment. and that no suit
i"""1'1 ' brought by the Ouvcin-
"lllaikmall Startling In Its
"Mr Collmrn had tecclved no hint
ot ""J Intention on the part of the
Emolument to make an suth claim..
Ilr. IV lu T.nf.li. .......tn.l ... . I. .,
Ho was gieutly staitleiUnt the de-1
m.inil, and told Mr Cathcart that he
iwculd eonsldet tho subject before ho1
woull give him nnv answer.
' Cunsulted W A Kinney.
! ' Immediate!) upon Mr. Cat hear I'd
dep.iilure from tho Kaplolanl KUato
rate. Mi Colbuin went to tho nince,11"'1 'entthe m"- "
of the rwutar .ittornc) ot the Kstate, l;1""?, UT ? ' , "'"f IS?
Mr W A Klnne). nnd made a state-1 hat Cnthcart thould pay him $17a
..... ll. f'T. mnnllill lu. ifnioiila C i.lt.
r'11-'"1 ' full to him of Mr. Cathcaifs
C.itheai t Tries Threats.
"Some tlinlater Mr. Cathcait
again spoko to Mr Colbttrn about the
matter, sa)Ing 'It Is taking you u
long tlmo to-make up )our mlml as
lo what )uu are going to do' Mr.
Cnllittin loplled that tho Kstate was
not In a financial condition to pa) bo
much monoy. Mi Cathcart thoio-
upon tepllcd. 'Vim are losing a gient
denl or tlmo ovor this matter. rin,t
thing sou know tho government will
ment lould go ahead and bring n suit
and tho Kaplolanl Kstate would light
"C.ithcait'K Illuff Called.
"On the dat) appointed by Mr Col
hitin, Mi Cathcait tutalu ea'.'ol nt
tho odlcc of tho Kaplolanl Hs'nto for
Colbuin's ansner. Mr. Colliurn thcto
upon told him that he had consulted
5tr klnnci uiul that lie (Kinney)'
liatl mUUcd Mm to refuse to pay nn
tliliiff. unit to tny to Mr, Ci'ttcait
illuil tln I.btato would light the i.ee
jlr the Rmcrniiient tirutiKlit It, ami
,l,!,t '' tColburn) had nuccptul Mr.
' Cuthcatt llcsentcd KliMiej's
Mr. Cntltc.irt i'Miresed s.irinlt-c
"''t '' Colliurn liud consulted Mr.
Kinney tipcm l.ls matter, i-.iIiib tlitt
ieett tne two or them.
. 'Case Wn Never I
"Mr. Colliurn thereupon Informed
Mr. Cathcait that Mr. Kinney was
tho icgular attorney of the Ksltte.
Ii ll rrk t '
been Impcisslbla to do an5 thing In tho
the ICnnlnlnnl P.lnlr. 1 .. o,
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l, Pnt tr.11 ...111. n .l.nt...n 1
v.--,.- ..i .,ii ii i,iBiiiiL.i Liiiiiu
of ntteinpled blackmail, the victim
selected being the Kaplolanl INtate,
and the sum Involved being ten thou
sand dollars, a smaller amount ($",
500) having been suggested when It
seemed unllkol to Mi Cathcait that
the manager of the Kstate would sub
mit to a greater extortion."
Two more Cithern t ihaiges weio
made by tho Advertiser this morn
ing. One of these alleges that four
ears ago W It Chilton, the baiboi,
paid Cathcart a letalner of 50 and
$10 for eomt ccsts In ordei to brln,;
to tho Supremo Court tin appeal in
.-dec nil n ic,. "' "l "r'Ipr ,"',t !l ,e,ulon 1,,a' Lindsay this morning gave a very
"Mr. C,tur thereupon w.thdiew Z hZ '"' "" Z'JX'titt!
:TZCcXZ ' T1,D "'" "mt ",,,,8U at "" 1S "aa- " "".'nltt.il ho' could I't "see
Z r ,Z Jv !; y "' ln ,,e'1 "r u'"a"8 nmI nddltlon.. wheio tho 1'ilncess could be called
uLC 'r :.. NC "h" i'""."n el.a"" "" lh 'k that will have to bo hplr-at-law. This was the ground
Ul-l-U lli.tNL' nor suit OlO
isslstant'toe ease of his son who had been In-
'dlcted on n criminal 'ihnrge. The
appeal, it 13 alleged, was never pel-
fected, and no moncj was paid Into
com t foi costs The son was arrest'
cd on .1 bench warrant, tho tlmo 1,1
which tho appeal might be perfected
having passed Chilton .tool; the
matter before Acting Coventor At
kinson, v.ho hsiied 11 pirdon for his
'Cnth-ait," sijs the Tlser, "had
pockited tho retaining fee of flftv
I0ll.1t s. had misapplied to his own
use tho fottv dollars given him for
the definite purposo of meeting tho
expenses of biluglng the appeal, and
had, without taking any step3 to pro
tect hint, allowed his client to be nt
1 cited and taken to Jail."
Tho other charge nlcges that n
man named Kzia I'oppleton, who left
Honolulu pi lor to 1S99, placed a
claim for $200 In Cnthcait's hands
f collection. Getting no satlsfac
tton fimn Cathcait, I'oppleton, so It
Is ulleged, wioto to 1 McClins
ney, who placed tho matter In tho
hands of A S Humphreys. That in
dividual, getting from. Cathcait the
'admission that he had collected hut
In $2.' mnnthl) Instalments, Cath
cntt, however, did not settlo until
1902, when llumphre)s mtde n per-
SOUTH DAKOTA MEN
WIN GREAT VICTORY
Tho ptlze boat ctow of tho South
Dakota this morning won n signal vie
toty tn tho laco with tho Tennessee's
boat ctow 'I ho inco was over a thteo
mllo stialghtaway and, at tho finish
tho South Dakota's boat was le tiling
by some fifteen lengths.
Thu nieo was onesided from tho
stait, thu Tennessee ctow being tit
no tlmo In tho limiting. Novetthcless
tho men kept gamoly at it nnd sent
their bout along though they knuvv
thai thcto wan 110 hopo ot finishing
any vv lure neai Ihu other boats,
'lho ciows weio ntadq up is follows:
South Dakoti Walfeis, coxswain;
Johnson, sttoko; .lohnnscn,, Olit,
Stueu, Soulhall, I. trson, I.arsen.'joneB,
Hapiiauou, I.caeli, Hunan, Alloy,
Tennohsio Manning, coxswain; An
derson, strike; Wcsjlng, Abbott,
Wilght, Heilliigton, I.oreue-n, Thatch
er, III tie), Dillon, Ileuuet, Stevens,
Mufllt. Hello, old chap! How ato
j on feellnir t'ldnj? Wcoks: Oh, I'm
vnty Blnwly. Muf
J'nt delighted to
'" That's good
HILO TO ASK FOR
Legislature To Be Asked
Hllo lias decided to aslt for a new
court house, nail with that end In
view made a request cm Maraton
Campbell, Superintendent of Public
Wort"' W""C "C WM '" Uiat C'ly
? c ? ?" '
culls for bldi for repairs and nddl-
tun, , , ,,, ,uilllii(T bo with
,inn m i ..in u. ,r,,,i,!.,,,,i.i.. n
' ' ."" " .' "". . "' ."
is csumnieil that mo aiuimotis wouiu
...v in me iiuisnuuiiiuuii i ,.,
I while tho repairs to the building i
. . . . I
Then, besides this, thcic would havo
,n ,ln n inPpn until nviiiimloil f,ir iinvv
fixlnirs fnrnlliirn ntc
Tor this reason, the call for bldi
for this work will be withdrawn, and
tho Legislating will bo asked to ap
propriate' enough money to build uu
entirely now structure.
The federal Ciand J110 broiMht In
ten indictments this nfte-inooit phort
1) befoio 3 o'clock All of the cases
are small. The following ate the per
fnim Indicted and that which the)
vvciu Indicted for:
Wm Knmaanaa and Sarah Mstnu,
Kukushlmn, Illicit distilling
Sl.lluta, Illicit distilling.
Hosblmatit. Illicit illHtllllug
Tokoniago. Illicit distilling.
Yung Tim nnd L.um l.nm, Kdmunds
Act, and four others jet 011 tho s.ci.-t
SEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entjtcl for Eecoid Oct. J 9, 1000,
I'vom 10:30 n. m. to 4 p. m.
Mel. 0,mpahl to Kukaiia Apulia
Kma K.illlklul and hsb to Samuel
Kiihoonealna (w) et al lo I'loncer
'Mill Co Ud Ii
I. M Whltchotuo to II Hnckreld &
Co Ltd US
I'ala I'lntn ct 'tl to Dept of Public
I'ata I'lntn et al to Dept of l'ubllc
Instrut Hon Kl)
Al to A V Kumsco (vO-". 1)
Kvvong I.co Yuen Co to Dal Kwock
Kin Cln Will I!S
Wm T Hoblnson and wf to Hank
of Hawaii Ltd ,. ,..M
Samuel larl(cr to llavvn Comrl &
Sttgat Co' I)
Krncst W C Christiansen by ntty
to rruiiccs K Dickey and hsb.ltel
Entered for Record Oct. 20, 1908,
li'oni u a. tn. to w.M a. m.
Manuel C l'edio and wf to riank
(1 l'edio D
llcnr) Ltik'u to Mis Knllko Lukn
ct al I)
Judge Robinson has left for Maul,
nnd consequently thcto are no cubes
set on his calendar. Doth Judge Lind
say and Judge Do Bolt havo continued
cases to try, and theie Is nothing set
lu Judgo Dulo's court,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, October 20. .
KUUKKA Sailed Oct. 19:
Ilk W, II. rilnt, for Hawaiian
lands, , ,
SAN rilANCISGO Sailed Oct. SO: .
, S, Amurlca Mai it, 1M0 p., in, for
"Yes, I love iinltuals," said tho
tentlment.il Bill. "I believe I could
love anythliiR which I knew would
be faithful and stick by me till
death " "Tlion I know Just whit will
Milt j on," teplled the man who btid
been llshlitB. "It's it bunch ot chlK
Kom "-r-K.ins.i8 City Times.
"I'mliei, was willing done on tab
lets ot stone ii thu old dajs?" "'im,
my ton," replied tho dutiful patent.
' (Ieo'" imiaoit tho buy. "Then ll lnut-t
havo taken a crovvbai to bicak the
news." New yoik Times.
AN HEIR AT LAW
- Judge Lindsay Grants
Motion To Strike
Tho contest filed against the will
of tho late l'rlrcc David by I'rlnccss
Kuvvnnanakoa wns this inornlnc or
,iotcli struck uut. After listening to
lllc "'Bument, of the nt.ornejs, Ash-J
Andean versus Frak1
Thompson, the latter representing tho
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,"'u" ,,,,,c" ",e """ t" BiriKB out
the contest was giantcd that the
i-riniess was not an ucir-ni-iavv.
w mudtj ilt' AAiUXj
bides his time, and clay by day
races defeat full patiently,
And lifts 11 mirthful loundeluy,
However poor his fortunes be
I to will not fall ln any qualm
Of povcrtj tho paltry dime
It will grow golden In his palm,
Who bides his time.
I'hlladclphla Kvenlng Times.
WEIGHED IN THE. HAND
"Sointf groiets," remarked tho cus
tomer, "havo an off-hand way of
weighing Bitgur, but 1 notice jou'to
not ono of them." "Off-hand way?
How do )ou mean?" asked tho groc
er. "I noticed jott kept jour bund
on the scales just now whllo j on
measured out live pounds for me."
gy BULLETIN ADS PAY
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
L. L. McCANDLESS
F. H. HARVEY
H. T. MOORE
E. M. WATSON
W. A. HALL
E. K. RATHBURN
W. K. APUAKEHAU
EDWARD L. LIKE
JOSEPH J. FERN
H. N. CRABBE
JOSEPH U.' KUHIA
W. H, MeCLELLAN
J. K. PAELE
A. V. PETERS
M. E. SILVA
CITYXAND COUNTY SHERIFF
WM. PAUL JARRETT
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR
J. C. ANDERSON
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK
GEORGE K. LOWE
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY
W. S. EDINQS
CITV AND COUNTY TREA8URER
R. H. TRENT
DEPUTY SHERIFF. HONOLULU
0HAS. H. ROSE
'DEPUTY SHERIFF. FWA
JOSEPH H. MAKANANI Jr.
DEPUTY SHERIFF. WAIANAE
R. L. GILLILAND '
DEPUTY SHERIFr. WAIALUA
H. H. PLEMER
l'rlncess. for ovor an liour. Judco
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