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OF PUBLIC WORK
This Is Scheme Proposed
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' WAILl'Kl', MAUI. Tcb 13 Tho
llonid f Supervisors of Maul County,
V. 1' 1'ogue, chairman; W. P Ilala,
T. II I.unv. Geo Knuhl and T. T.
Mecr, members, have been holding
their regular monthly meeting slnco
Wednesday afternoon. On Thursday
and IVIdit) tho regular routine work
was ran led on Ycstordu afternoon
tht Supervisors went Into a commit
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tee for n gencrnl discussion of conn-
Mr Lvons Introduced n icsolutlon
In present the lond ocrscers from
d( ducting tho wages of laborers for
store bills accrued during the pre-
lous month. Tho other members
explained tho real situation und Mr
l)ons withdrew his resolution Frl-
dnj evening, Messis. Ferdinand lions
nnd T. I). Skinner of Knhulul, ap
peared before the Hoard with a piop
oxttlon to supply tho Hoard with u
.inn-light acctulcnu iilunt for about
$500 to light tho public buildings of
Wnlluku. Tho Hoard has taken tho
matter under consideration.
This Saturdn) morning the tho
lloard is still In session. A rcsolu-
tlon creating the Public Improvement!
Department under tho direct supervi
sion of the Hoard was referred to tho
Count! Attorncj's Department for
tho Mnnl legal finishing touches. If
'this icsoltitlon passes In Its present
state, each supervisor will have tho
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Office Brewer Bid. Phone 272. Factory at Iwllei
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$4 and $5
gtneral supervision of his respcctlvo
district. Tho following wete Ap
pointed Sanitary Inspectors this
morning at $J5 each per month:
Wnlluku, Dr P A. St. Sure; liana,
I)i W II Dcas, Makawno, Dr. W. P.
MiConke) , Lnhnlnn, Dr Hurt; Molo
I al. II It Hitchcock. Humane. Hack
nnd I lull IiispoctoiH Wnlluku, )4i
per month, W. H K. Mnlknl; Lahal
lui, rto per month, C. K. Makckau;
liana, M.ikawao and Molokal defcr
icd. LURLINE AND MOHICAN
ARRIVE IN SAFETY
The steamship l.urllne with thlrt)
four imssenKcrs aboard, nnd towing
1 dl... t..l ftfail. ! mwI a1 Inal frl I rrl
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linn, imiiiur iiiv ,tit,, ,,w.i-. Mfc t.W
Oci.inlc harf nl obout 9 o'clock. Tho
liassengcis came nslioro as soon as tho
gangplank una lowered
Thu Mohican, which was reported to
have lost u nmst, was being towed b)
tho l.urllne, when tho heavy chain
broke loose und left her In a precarious
condition, at least, for n while. Shu
was, however, picked up again and tho
vessels resumed their trip.
Outside of tho hurbor, tho Mohican
wns left by tho Lurllne, which entered
thu harbor and clocked at tho Oceanic
wharf. Tho Mohican, In tho mean
time was picked up by the Intrepid
nnd was brought ulongsldo tho Mat
sou Navigation wharf, Shu brought
for this port, tho two big gnus for
Pearl Hurbor, each weighing 57 tons.
The I.ui line's cargo consisted of 1000
tons of gcnci.il merchandise for this
poit and about 500 tons for Kahulul,
Maul. She also brought n shipment of
mules, consigned to Schuman Carriage
Company. Tho Mohican, It Is said,
will bo held hero to bo used In Island
trade. Captain Page, who is 'well
known here, Is her master.
3(P- BULLETIN.AD8 PAY
HONOLULU, T. II.. TUESDAY, FEtl.
Kaaumoana Says He
Was Forced To Lie
David Knaumonnu, who confessed thing. All that 1 Raid was what t
to having burned the house of Charles henrd from David Manuel, t staved
V. tlooth, clnlmlng that he was hired In Jail because I was scared. Chli
to do s by Hqoth, and the chargo llngvvorth said If I went back on my
nf,alnst whom was nolle prosd. llmt word It would be hard for me. He
week when Judge De Holt sustained told me that he was the Inwjcr for
n demurrer based ot the ground thnt1 the Insurance company. I wanted
It Is no offense against the laws (if to nee Chilllngworlh the same morn''
the Territory for a mnn to hire nu- lug that I was token to the Attorney
other to IkUrn his house down, now General's office but I was Informed
takes It all back and snjs that he that he was not In. I did not bum
lied before, that he did not set flio ( Clms. W Ilooth's house. He never
io the hoiiBo, and that he was never spoke to me about burning his house,
hired to set fire to It. He explains. I did not take any oil up to hjs house.
his previous afQdavIt by sn)lng that
he was coerced by CharJIc Chilling'
worth Into making it. He claims
that Chlllingnorth threatened to
have tiirn hanged or sent to jail for
life, of something equally terrible, It
ho did not confess. Yesterday Ka
aumoana made the following affidav
it: Honolulu, County of Oahu, Tcrrl
tpry otJlawall, ss:
My nnmo Is David Kalama Knau
moann, 1 am twonfv-four jenrs old.
I was born In Pauou, Honolulu, and
have, lived there ever slnco my birth.
Within' the month Inst past, I was
taken to the station house la Hono
lulu, nnd made a statement to which
I subsequently made oath. When
Chns. V, Chilllngworlh first asked me
about the burning Of the houso of
Chns. W. llooth on Pacillc Heights,
some years ago, I told lilm that 1
knew nothing about It. Then ho
took a law book and read the Inw to
me, sajlng that I wpuld be charged
with arson In tho first degrco nnd
that I would bo hanged or put In
prison for life It I did not tell all
about It. I did not say anything, but
he kopt on trjlng to frighten me, and
said that he would put mo In Jail
right then It I did not confess. I was
sick. I asked him what ho wanted
mo to say. Ho'sald, "You do as )ou
think." As 1 did not know anything
about It, I felt that If I was going to
tell a lie ngalnst Mr. llooth I would
be in trouble for It. Ho said ho
would look nfter me nnd get mo out
o' trouble. I then told him as Davlct
Manuel had Instructed mo to say, and
then I gavo him tho statements that
1 made In the affidavit. I then said
that David and I did burn the house.
I told him that I went down to David
Manuel's house and told David to
hcln md'burn Mr. Ilooth's house. They
asked me If llooth had given me any
money, and I said, "No." llooth had
not given me any money, but I said
as David instructed me to say, that
Is, that Mr. Hooth sent my brother
out to glvo me money. I did not
know the amount to say, but I said
$25. They asked mo If Mr. Hooth
had ever talked to me about tho
matter, and, according to what David
Manuel had told me to say, I said
jes, llooth had met me at tho
Heights. I told them that Hooth had
told mo to set the houso on fire. I
said that Hooth had talked to me
about a week beforo the fire. He
told mo to go and fix the windows,
and about two dajs afterwards I
went up there. I saw the old man
who lived there most of tho time. I
worked on the windows, but not nil
day. 1 put In some Bhclvcs, which
tcok me about three das, I got
through with my work threo dnjs be
fore the fire. I told them that we
got torches and set the houso on fire.
I told him that wo sprinkled oil on
tho walls. I told them thero was
some grass on (ho lanal. I heard Da
vid make the statement that the oil
was In bottles, so I Bald the same
I did not sprlnklo any oil on the
walls. He never Bent mo nny money
bj my brother. 1 never went beforo
the grand Jury. At the time the
hcuso was burnod, Iwas at hqme. I
was asleep In my room when the flro
broke out. No one was sleeping with
mc. Thero was no door opening out- f
Bide from my room. 1 had to co
through my father and mother's room
to get out. ThC-first .thing I know
a lout the Are was that'the peoplo all
around were calling out, "Flre."'vl
got up and went Into the room whero
my mother nnd father were sleeping.
They and the-other members, of tho
family were up ami thero I saw the
light of the flro'throUgh a wlmlom I
got excited nnd started to rUn for Mr.
Ilooth's homestead house Iri my night
clothes, but changed my mind nnd
went back und put on my clothes.
When 1 got Co Mr. nootli's house, I
sow tho sparks wcro coming down, T
got n hoso nnd put tho water on the
houso nnd stnjcd there about three-
quarters of an hour. Tho building
that was burning fell down, nnd I
went up to the Heights nnd looked
al tho burning building. I stnvcd
there until tho flro was over and then
went back ngaln. I havo known Da
vid Manuel since I was sixteen or sev
enteen jcars old. About a jcar ago
he asked mo if I would help him put
up a scheme, but ho was drunk and
did not tnlio any notice Last
month I met him again and he ngnln
talked to me aboijt If. I Kald to him
that I did not wnnt-to-.do such a
thing, nnd ho .did not say anything
to me about t again. T.wo days be
fore I was arrested, he camo to me
again about the samo thing. Ho snld
he wanted my help and two others.
I asked lilpi why ho wanted to do
that. He said because he was down
on Mr. Hooth on account of his tak
ing pact for John Wise when he had
his fight with him. I said I did not
want tb have anything to do with It.
I did not know anything about It.
On Wednesday as I camo homo from
work I met lilm. He wns waiting for
me. Ifc said he had my name to,
stand witness for this case. I said,
"If jou have put in my name, It's up
to vou." I told him that I did not
know an thing about It, "and I am
not going to do ns Jou tell me." Ho
told mo to go In nnd help him and
stand witness for himi He told ino
that If I would do this I would get
$25,000, and a house and lot, but
I refused Mm, and told him I did not
want to hnvo anything to do with
It. That same Wednesday lie camo
up with a police officer and took mo
di.wn to the sheriff. I told the sher
iff I did not know an) thing about
this. David was a friend of mine
and said that ho would rather seo
me being Independent than being un
der Mr. Hooth. I did not say any
thing to Mr. Hooth when David first
came to mc. I did not go to see Mr.
llooth because I thought It wis non
sense. I signed an affidavit at tho
request of Mf. Chllllngworth, to tho
e. o. Hall
Fort and King
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effect that I did not wnnt anybody to
ball me out and that I did not wnnt
to sec anybody. I did not know that
Mr. Chilllngworlh' wns to make-4lil
kind of an affidavit. The first thing )
1 knew about It was when ho brought'
tho paper and told me to sign It. l
refused to sign It at first becauso 1
wanted to go out and go homo to my
wife, find did not want to stay in Jail.
Then he said it would go hard with
mo ifI did not sign It; Hint ho would
not help mc, nnd so I wns frightened
at what he said and signed tho affi
davit; ami because I was frightened,
when my fnthcr came and wnntcd to
ball mo out, I snld I did not want to
be balled out. That Is all I have to
say about, this matter.
DAVID KALAMA KAAUMOANA.
Dated at Honolulu, February 15,
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 15th day, or February, 1900,
P. II. HUyNBTTfi,
Honolulu, County of Oahu, Terri
tory of Hawaii, ss;
Now come. Bam Kaaumoana nnd
Kanoe Knnumoana, nnd being sever
nlly sworn, on oath, depose, and say:
That they aro husband and wife and
live in Pauoa viftley, Honolulu; that
Da"? Id Kaaumoaha is their son; thnt
on tho ntght-the hdusc nf C. W. Hooth
on Pacific Heights was burned they
were awakened by cries of fire; they
got up qUIckly nnd at about that tlmo
their said son David enmo out of his
room, In his night clothes; they and
said David went outside; David
coyld not have set tho llooth Jiouno
on flro; he had to go through am
nntB' room tp get In or out of his
' 8AM KAAUMOANA,,
Dated ntj Honolulu, February 15,
1001), "t, ,
, under trarooow
& sons, ltd.
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
TWI NTAVft MNT. WWM rTT.
Subscribed and Bworn to before mo
this 15th day of February, 1909.
P. II. HUIINKTT13,
DYNAMITE FISHER '
Horrible Laceration Of
A Special to tho Hullo II ii )
WAIIIAWA. KAUAI, Feb 111. A
week ago Sundny morning, n Jnp.in-j-fc
by tho nnmo of Nngal went fish
ing with dynamite. After having
lighted n charge, 'It Went off whilo
Etlli n his hand which wns raised
close to his left cheek. Ills left hand
vas lacerated Into threads his fato
macerated horribly, and his eyes
loosened from their sockets, cspechl-
ly tho left one. v Ho Is not expected
to live. He has no family, and cornea
from the provlnco of Hiroshima, Ja
About the same tlmo of the samo
day a well known Hawaiian Huh cly
n&mltcr named Olopua, wbb arrested
at Haloa for fishing In tho "catch
The placing of heavy moorings for
the Hlcelc harbor, was Kiutcssfully
curried out this week. Tho llttlo
James Mnkco In-charge of C,iptau
Miller, handled tho henvj vjrlt cre
ditably with the direction of K. II.
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
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numbers of the Oulletln office.
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