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8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1908. 8 PAGES.
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Criticism Of Murder
Verdict Is Resented
Atouslng a btorm of protest on nc-
count of the crltlclmi which lina
liccn implicit against tho Jury In tho
Wynne murclor rime, tho letter slgn-
cd by Jos. T. Mddy, tho local Sea-1
inn n 'r Agouti mill tho statements ne,-'
credited to him, which appeared !n
the morning paper, were the cnuuo
of tho convening of nine of the Jury
men In that caso in the olllce of Unit
ed States District Attorney Hreckons
tills morning, where, It is said, Mr.
l,lddy rctracteil a number of his
statements, ami expressed his inten
tion to publish a signed retraction.
following the sentence of death
Imposed on Wynne for tho munlcr of
Knglnccr McKliinon by Judgo Dolo
last Friday, I.lilriy broke Into pilnt
with statements that the verdict of
tho Jury In tho case, was not war
ranted by tho evidence and that ev
ery body was astonished. To cap tho
climax, this morning, his letter to
Oovcrnor Krcar In regard to the same
matter was published In which ho
made tho positive statement that ev
eryone, including Prosecuting Attor
ney W. T. Hawllns, was astonished
at the verdict of thq Jury.
To discover if this were true, and
Would Send Delegate
To Masters' Conclave
Whether or not Hawaii will bo
represented at tho annual convention
of tho American Association of Mus
ters, Mates, and Pilots, to bo held at
Washington, I). C, In January, will
piohably bo decided at this after
noon's meeting of tho directors ot
tho Chamber of Commerce. Upon
tho action thnt body takes win de
pend the action of tho local chapter
of tho A. A. M. M. & 1
Tho local chapter Is entitled tn one
representative at tho convention, but
tho members do uot feel thnt they
call afford tho cxpenso which send
ing n dclegnto would entail. As there
ban been considerable popular Inter
est shown In tho matter, and nu
I'rlnce Kuhlo has expressed his hopo
that n delegato will ho sent, it has
born decided to submit tho matter
to tho pcoplo of tho Territory. If tho
Chamber of Commerco think favor
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to place themselves In tho right light
hcfoio the public, nine members of
tho Jury met In Mr. Hreckons' olTlco
this morning, and there had tho
whole matter threshed out botween
I.lririy ami themselves, tho result be-1
ing, according to some oi inoso pres
ent, that Mridy ictracted many of
his former positive statements. When
seen by n II u I I c 1 1 n reporter this
morning after tho meeting In Mr.
Urcckona' office, Mr. I.lildy refused
positively to make nny statement,
simply saying thnt ho had nothing to
give out on tho matter.
Juilgc Dole, beforo whom tho caso
was tried, had tho following to Rny
this morning In speaking of tho Jury
men and their verdict:
"They were well within their dis
cretion under tho cvldenco and the
Instructions of the Court, to bring in
u M'rditt of guilty of murder or
guilty of murder without capital pun
ishment or guilty of manslaughter
or not guilty. That they brought In
n verdict of guilty of murder does'
not reflect on them In tho least In
my opinion. Certainly no outsider
could have listened to tho evidence
(Continued on Page 4.)
er tho expenses of the delegate will
probably bo asked for.
Two years ago a delegato was sent
to tho convention and, in conse
quence, a considerable appropriation
was secured from Congress for the
establishing ot lights and buoys in
these waters. Last year tho chapter
did not send a delegate, tho cxpenso
being considered too great.
To send a delegate to Washlngtin
from hero means the expenditure ot
about $1400. Tho local chapter of
tho American Association of Mas
ters, Mates and Pilots has but seven-
ty-flvc members, and .an expenditure,
of 11400 would practically wlpo out
tho surplus now In tho treasury.
The Association Is composed en
tirely of citizens of tho United
States, and membership Is restricted
to those holding Government li
censes. It Is claimed by thoso who aro In
( Continued on Page 4)
Interesting Reports Are
To Be Read By
Tho annual contention of tho local
lubber growers will bo held tomorrow,
occupying tho entire day and ending
with a dinner at tho Young hotel. Tho
session promises to bu ouo of unusual
Interest, ns tho local rubber Industry
Is now reaching n stago where definite
information bearing on its future can
Tho forenoon session will open nt
10 o"clock in tho Chamber of Com
merce rooms. Tho roKirt of tho re
tiring president will bo read by I). C.
Lindsay, and a committed will, bo ap
pointed to nominate the officers for
tho ensuing year, with Instructions to
report at the afternoon session.
Forester Ilosmcr wllf icatl a report,
and I. T. P. WnlorhouBC, who spent
considerable tlmo In tho Malay Penin
sula, Java and Ceylon, will road n re
port on tho rubber Industry In theso
Tho afternoon session will begin at
1.30 o'clock, when Dr. Wilcox, Dr.
Watcrhouso and others will read re
ports, and general business will bo
transacted.. Tho nominating commit
tco will mnko Its report and officers
will bo elected. Dr. Wilcox and Mr.
llobiner will report on tho tapping ex
periments which they have been con
ducting In Nahlku for tho past couplo
ot months. These experiments havo
not as yet been completed, and It Is
probablo thnt they will extend over a
licriod of eight or ten months, or even
a year, but already considerable data
havo been obtained which will bo of
interest to the rubber planters.
Acting Governor Mott-Bmlth s nlso
CXOectPil in ndilrnnu tlin rnnvnntln
About fifteen 'planters aro expected'
irom- mbiii, ainongr tiicm being F. p
Ilosocrans, D. C. Undsay, Senator liny
seldcn, Hugh Howell, R. A. Wads-
worth, W. A. Anderson and C. J. Aus
tin. I.. Turner Is also expected, from
IS FINALLY ENDED
The troubles of T. Mllner Harrison.
tho attorney and author, wero finally
ended this morning in tho Pollco
Court, when Jlurrlson wns placed und
er u bond of S2.",0 to keep the penco
and leave Carrlo Spencer and her
numerous family nlono.
Yesterday when tho case, an appli
cation thnt Harrison bo nlaceri unrlrr
u bond, camo up, some trouble was ex
rericnceu rrom a legal point of vlow,
ns Harrison was willing to put up tho
bond, but not to admit the allegations
niario against him. This difficulty
wbh avoided this morning In qulto nn
Interesting.. way. Ilnrrlson fallori to
appear when his caso wns called, and
tho Court decreed that ho must put
up a iiov noun, a nencli warrant was
then Issued for Ilnrrlson, and ho np
rcarod almost forthwith i,i rvr. n.
Falls on 26th inst., and Fruit sent
to Coast per S. S. Alameda, Not. 18th
win arrive just in time.
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78 S. XTNO. PHONE 15.
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Tomorrow is the last day the Ad
vertiser has In which to flip an an
swer to tho last libel suit filed by
County Attorney John W. Cathcart.
Attorney Anderson of tho firm of
Kinney, Mnrx, 1'iosser & Anderson,
which will represent the Hawaiian
(lazcltc Company and Water (!.
Smith, stated this afternoon that an
nnswer to the 1nst suit, which is tho
Chilton affair, would be filed tomor
row. Answers to the other suits will
bo filed tho following day, In com
pllancc with (tie stipulation Hied, al
lowing them until the -0th to place.
their answers on record,
FINE PROGRAM IS
FIXED FOR BENEFIT
Madamo Alapal, the prima donna
of Hawaii, will sing a song accompa
nied by Prof. Henri llcrgcr, at Sat
urday night's concert. The Kal.i
kaua twins, better known as tho
"llaby Comedians," have n good act.
The cite tlulij' J jVKlnlur,,- Wnlnnae,
Kwa, Maui, and Knmehamchn
Schools will appear with their best
numbers. The Kalllmal, St. I .on In
Alumni and Kaal quartets will sing
(omo modern songs. Mnndnlin and
guitar experts of tho Kaal Music
School will give some numbers. There
are to bo others equally as good. The
concert will bo for tho benefit ot tho
M0TT-SM1TH OFF FOR
Acting Governor Mott-Smltli will
leave for Kauai tomorrow tn clear jp
a number of land matters which tha
Governor has had In hand for some
time past, but which he did not have
the time to completo before leaving
The Acting Governor will, first ot
nil, arrange for tho securing ot a
school and road sito nt Klcelc. It is
probablo that a new school house will
bo built there Ho will also mnko
arrangements for tho disposal of a
largo number of houso lots nt Ann
hola. This mutter has been on the
tapis for some tlmo past nnri Mott
Bmlth will probably end It nil while
ho Is on the other Island.
Miss (Ilrvln of his Btaff of assist
ants has already gono to Kauai and
she will have everything arranged
for tho certificates of Hawaiian birth
(Continued on Page 2)
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Collier Is Tossed About
On Trip Around
After n trying experience with
strong gales and high seas, one of
which flooded tho mom of (I, Hinder,
the second engineer, dislocating his
ankle and putting htm out or commis
sion for many a day, the llrillsh steam
er Kutunu, Captain Arthur I-ee, ar
rived this morning, after n passage ot
03 days from Newport News, and
t'.ockcd at the naval ulrirf, where shu
Is discharging 7000 tons of coal for
Chief Officer Herbert Klforri stateri
this morning that no toksols of any
description were sighted during tho
voyage. During tho passago from
Montevideo, which was tho last port
of call, to tho latitude 40 bouth, tho
weather wus very rough. It gradually
moderated, howover, and good weath
er was encountered the rest of tho
In passing the Straits of Magellan,
tho officers and crew snw n beautiful
sight, glaciers sliding along with tho
current. In the early pnrt of October
tho crow, consisting of Inilan Hin
doos, celebrated their Christmas day
by roasting and dancing.
After tho coal has been discharged
here, tho Katuim will proceed to Aus
tralia to await instructions.
Tho officers of the Katuna nrn: Cap
tain Arthur I.co, Chief Officer Herbert
Klfort, Hocond Officer I,. Jcunc, Third
Officer J. Murphy. Chief Engineer .A.
Dutton, Second KnRlucxirr..- Wilder,
Third Engineer T. Tuckott. Fuutlh
Knglnccr J. McClellan, Fifth Knglnecr
THE MISER'S MILL
Tickets for "The Miser's Mill" will
bo on sale at Hcrgstrom's Music Com
pany. Friday morning nt 8 o'clock.
Tho operetta will bo given tho night
of November 27th, and tho afternoon
of November 2Rth.
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Parity, 4.19 cents. last previous 06
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Estimates Made Of
Costs of Forts and
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 18. Secretary of the Navy Newberry
has approved the plans for the location of a system of nnval docks at
The Chief of Engineers, United States Army, hns issued the follow
ing estimates of the cost of the fortification work at Honolulu and Pearl
Harbor: Fortifications, $440,000.; electric plant for the simc $14,4GD.;
searchlights for the same $11,250.
The estimates for harbor work arc: Honolulu hatbor, $500,000.;
Hilo harbor, $600,000.
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Honey Better And ,
.SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 18. The condition of Frofecufoj. k
Francis J. Henoy, who was shot by Morm.Haas. the salaon kccpt.iV'U'ho-
afterward committed suicide, is considered entirely satisfactory by the i,
attending physicians. ' . 'l
Former Supervisor Gallagher resumed the stand this morning. Tho "I
Judge Donne instructed the jury to disregard the shooting entirely in
making up its verdict. ,
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' DUVALI APPOINTED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 18. Major General W. P. Duvnll, U. S.
Army, has been appointed to succeed Major General John F. Weston, U. ;
S. Army, as commanding officer in the Philippine Islands.
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CHUNG FAVORS MANCHUS I
PEKIN, China, Nov. 18. Prince Chimp; is believed to fnvor tin f
Manchu dynasty. '
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KOBE, Japan, Nov. 18. The Emcrcr today reviewed a display of
MANILA. P. I., Nov. 18. The Ur.itrd Statss battleship Nebraska of
the Atlantio Fleet today broke the woild'n record for target practice.
All of thu judges In the Circuit
Courts are having tho annual report
ot tho work done In their courts pre
pared to submit to Chlcr Justice Hint
well. Clerk .lob lluchelor hiw pro
pared llio following partial icort nf
tho work disposed or by Judgo .1. T.
Do Halt during tho pant joar.
Cases disposed of during tho year
1908 by tho Hon. J. T. I)o Holt, Klrst
CIVII, CASKS WITH .WHY
Assumpsit, judgment for plaintiff,
4; assumpsit, Judgment for defend
ant, 4; ejectment, Judgment for plain
tiff, "', ejectment, discontinued, 1;
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Riliiininry proceedings, Judgment for
plaintiff, 1; action to unlet title.
Judgment for defendant, 1; damages,
Judgment for plaintiff, 2; damage,
nonsuit. 2; trespass, judgment for
Plaintiff, lj trespass. Judgment for
defendant, 1; trespass, nonsuit, 1.
CIVII, CASKS, .WHY WAtVKD
Assumpsit, Judgment for plaintiff,
20; assumpsit, Judgment for defend
ant. .'I; nssiiinpslt, discontinued, 27;
nibiimphlt, dismissed, 1H; assumpsit,
Judgment by default, 13; nssiiinpslt,
Judgment uiufcbscd, I; assumpsit, np
(Continued on Pace 8)
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