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Intcred at the Pmtoffirp at Honolulu
at ftrioixlclaM matter
.JULY 19. 1909,
To smile at the jest which plants should do Is, pursue the lawless elo
a thorn in another's breast is to be- nient connected with the strike
come a principal in the mischief. lth unrelenting vigor,
Some one will hnve to hurry up It
the people oie to realize thnt a new
nnd successful bualneM management
Is in charge of tho telephone. Im
provement at Central Is not apparent
to untutored cars.
The new Lakawatinn dcil and tho
Fort Street ....2 bedrooms.. 8.00
Printers Lane ..bedrooms.. 1200
Kalakaua Ave . .2 bedrooms. . 15.00
'Peterson Lane. .2btdroomi.. 15.00
Lunalilo St. ... 2 bedrooms'. . 16.00
Kaili Avenue... 2 bedrooms.. 18.00
Rose Street . ...3 bedrooms.'. 18.00
Elm Street ... .3 bedrooms. . 20.00
Union Street . ..3 bedrooms. . 20.00
Xaimuki 2 bedrooms.. 25.00
Spencer Street. .2 bedrooms'. . 27.50
Lunalilo Street. .3 bedrooms.. 32.50
Waikiki 2 bedrooms.. '35.00
Youne Street. . .4 bedrooms. . 40.00
Waikiki 2 bedrooms.
College Hills .... 2 bedrooms . ,
Kaimuki 2 bedrooms.,
Beretania St. ..4 bedrooms.,
Kalia Road ... .2 bedrooms.,
College Hills ...2 bedrooms.,
Beretania St. . .5 bedrooms.,
Kinau St 4bedrooms.,
Alexander St. . .3 bedrooms,,,
.with ns mil in officers of tils law as
declaration of n dividend equal alto- Ulcre mnj. ue Btrn!e ,,ciCtinow on
gethcr to 1C0 per cent sue Increas- wntcll t0 attaCk nnj Japnn'eso leav
ed stimulus to the stock market.-- lllR ,,e ctty without n "puss" from
iinirj v.iu uiru.ui. tills Independent Japanese govern
It would l nono too radical a step
to place a force of special police In '
charge of the strikers' camps nnd the
sections of the city uhero they con
The freedom of the strikers to re
turn to work will not he established
(Htll ,1... l.ll n.. jl.nnl,l tin- ,f.a
highways leading to the plantation. J u.ttal (4) 8 to . c,ulttnl (BJ7
LAJ U, VllVtUI, "U . "w -...
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
6 to 8 p.m.
L Alexander Young
I danger on tho nights that he fired Jtalncd all his bcllcfd with regard to
. . . .- ... . . ... I.,.- .... ..-I lw I., h enurni mill
Open 6 a. m.
11:30 p. m.
V V T 1 If
vyitn oia age
ahead, bringing sickness
-nd ' loss " of employ
ment, are you going to
spend all you earn as
you go along?
the shots at Dr. Vason's house last
October. This County Attorney
Cathcart said they Vera prepared to
admit, but Dr. Atcherley Insisted
thnt she be brought Into court.
Judge Andrade ordered that she be
sent for and ordered the Doctor to
proceed with hla next witness.
AVJth-hls, next witness the1 Doctor
was very rlersonai; his first question
l.olnr. ' ' w
Are ou a qualified ph)slclanT
Where did you quallfyt'"
At the University of! Call tor-
rnllnwu m S in 7 In favor of ncaillttnl.
I (2) to S In favor of acquittal, (3) S to
In New York.
cut watermelons ,llcnl , ,,, gwnB f()r ,hc contro
were both 6 to 6 and this was tho
standing at the final ballot.
After thc.r first report this morning
nnd In the hour that ensued between
that and their dismissal. the took but
one ballot and tho strong plea of tho
' I - -.-. .1.. - .1 (I I.. ...!- ...... -
of the movements of men nnd women co' " ","t "" "" " "' ,'"" '"
r.c-nr.11... nf tho ,dlr.t. nf th court. l?rrl at a.er' Ct' C.e,Ved...bl,t. "
N'ntn Mint Mm Ininnn.d. lendeis ,.,.,.... ,, L , . nnur's consuioraiion, wnen UIU mini
.Note tliat Hip Japanese aaeis, u a full time that tho wholo sit-1 ba,ot b1i0WC(, tnat iey were still
have become so anognnt that the) unlI(ln wug handled with due regard .stubbornly split after the preliminary
demand the Jnnnne o Consul Gen-lfor ,vhat lt 1S( not wtth goft re,pect wavering denoted by the flist ballots.
eral should fitt louault the High for 10 ,nlnient of n few Individuals! The Jurj was composed of J. S, Azo-
Wage Abso I m How long docs ' ,10 cn,or te llB thnt It will be all do, William U Austin, William K.
this lominun Intend to nllow Its rlg,lt tomorrow or tne Ignorant out-!"110'''". Oeorge B. llriins, Kiederlck
niinirs 10 uoiunuymwiess aiienjnt mt cIan the con,utOIlg are be
Courts of law are notably Blow.
There Is a lot of work thnt might
lie done by which the courts would
be material! assisted.
Nothing can help the labor situa
tion more than to strip the acts of
the Jap inese associated with the
strike of all plausible explanations,
nnd bring enough officers of the law
Into tho field to compel the respect
mi scantily accorded by the strike
(Continued from Paet 11
l-icii juror mould utsun wun
"The newspaper Is the Iltblo In
mnnj American homes. 'I saw It
In the paper Is a common term, and
the people have come to believe that nUl,mjon nn,i deferontn to the argu
blncc they saw lt In tho paper It ts'menta of his fellows, and with distrust
true. The time will come when the of his own Jitlgment If he finds a lurge
great commercial battles will be mojoilty of the Jury taking a different
fought through the advertising col- view of tho ciso from whnt ho docs
umns of the dally papers " H. M
Ootidlu. George Ilarbottle. Moreno llu
In, John Joikb, John A. Legros, Allien
I.udlorf, Trltz Mr) era, and Daniel II.
ANOTHER TRIAL BEGINS.
draWn'by men who are
familiar with the law.
Our v legal depart
ment'w.ill draft your
will free of charce. If
you have not already
made a' will, or if the
one vou have made is
not Entirely satisfac
tory, why not take ad
vantage of this offer.
BjsloplJ,rusi -po., Ltd.
Ilefore Des Moines Iluslness
hlmsolf. No juror should go to tho
Jur) room wltii a blind determination
that the verdict shall represent the
oplnou of tho, case entertained by Mm
at the moment he enters the jur) -room
He should not closo his ears to, nor
exclude from, his consideration tho ur-
4&1 HO tnr HUlUflllH Ul luuu wuu uiu eiiuuu; 11U1I
n..rinirl Absolute certalntv can not be expect
uunnb ' , inn ,.M.,u,r.i.i,. ..f n..uu i.e.
cnue of the tniusltoi) character of
After a dela) of more than six
)ears, the teachers of Hrooklyn have
won their suit for $29S
bick stilar). "v 1th Intel est,
Hrst six months of 1S99.
llioe six months the leacheis were
paid under a lower schedule of sal- human rccollcct.on or past events nnd
arles than the schedule which wasia dlCle.iR niH imporlcct and often In
actually In force, and the suit was cccmatu o-ipieHs.on 'of the various
luought for the difference. News mental prcce.scu b mc.un of word
jtHm imid phrases, 'ino ntgrcu nf ccitatnt)
' ' 2L' .V ! oMhtiln a'clim
tun ti'MttrciB ui imnun , IU 1IUI1 iv.
(Continued from Faze 1)
tlon will bring up In their uttempt for
He fhowed how the. Intense enmity
between Sheba and tho management of
the JIJI resulted from a mutual news
paper piomntlon agreement on a voting
contest on Maul. He outlined the In
ception of Uiu Higher Wage idea, when
Tasnkl went to Maul on business con
nected with the voting contest and i
how Sheba first split with the other
piHtnra fiftpr rnitnftnlllnt? mri lr illn iji
He went carefully ovci the vouna of the manner In which iMaklno and
ilnrinp that tlmo when Shtbi wai nd- Negnro devolved the Higher Wago As
vocatlng a campaign of edncillon st;(,latlon Into a secret society for the
among tho planters as the btst, means fui Iheranccd of their purposes and how
to obtain higher wages for tho laborers. lno u-ed that a one arm ondlthe Nlii
and (ho Nlppu JIJI was demanding lm- P 4JI as the other arm, or the organ
inedlato action on the part of tho men. Uatlon that .was back of all, and of
The first or the novBpap"r conrci- vvhlch the flye defendants are supposed
encts was depleted whore the editors tlJ u H'e he-"!-
attempted to come to nn understand- " went over -tho grounds that
Inir nml whpr Mnklnn nml Neaoro (In. showed the cormoctlon between the
ally wnrktd In nnd obtained control,
although ostentatiously they wcru not
connected with the newspaptin.
Kinney showed tho prosecution's Idea
siirlflco their sjlailes
VIGOROUS POLICY NEEDED.
plaint oi Indictment is not which
liunsceurlb or even cqujls abdolute
certainty oi positive conviction to such
an oxtmt us to excludo ever) iCH3lolo
doubt, but onl) that decree of cer
tainty thnt will exclude every reason
able hypothesis but that of guilt a
UMmmri.ru ,i rn,n.,u nf iho moral teriauii) sucn ns w in suusiy and
' , ., ., .,,,, . .... , .direct tho understanding and Judgment
strike on the plantations take great . ,.. llIln uro , ,nJnof
pleasure In stating that the official I FCCIltIously uon It not such ns might
representative of the Japanese gov-1 1, necessary to induce a person of tho
ernment was subjected to threats 'greatest priidcnco and caution to act,
and indignities when he addressed a'but such as a person of ordinary prud
party of workmen, urging them to'"ce and caution and of ordinary In-
return to their work. r',1,1,1,1"-" nni' ln,lt'-f1"l,InK ouW h".
Hern niruln we have evidence of wllllnC t0 nct ",m '" the !1-"cr a,ul
Hero again we have evidence or,moi0 lm portant affairs of hi own life.
tho nbsoluto lack of respect for law , The jurj wclt onl once moro and
or true pride of nationality on the wag locked up. Uea than an hour lat-
part of the men who are manlpulnt-'er they wero back In court, still hope-
Ing this Btrike game. ilessly at odds, Julge Itoblnson wo'uld
They not only flaunt flagrant vlo-'puably have held them longer and
lations or the law in the face of the'" plainly adverse to discharging
. r .i, ..n,n. f ihi them at this time. Ugh t foot arose
Territory. They show an equally
vicious attitude toward the Japan
It would seem that this should bo
sufficient to solidify the forces of law
undt order In the Territory be)ond
(eradventure of double dealing
and moved that they bo dismissed
making a long speech over the nut
ter. Iiallou was representing the pros
ecution and Kinney did not arrive un
til later, mopping his brow and asking
for Information. Judge Knblnson In
formed him of tho status or the case
and after a moment's consideration,
ntitlt tinil iirlit wniin nf lit..
smooth speaking and secret support offor Ilo ouJectl0Il to ther dtom,illB,:
of the strikers. AftPr t,lt,y ,nd loft the room, Ooudle
What the men who left Ouhu nndlttaa aB),e(i ns t6 the standing of the
Honolulu plantations may be plan-jjurnra In the matter. He curtly ro
iling to do Is of comparatively little fused to give any inhumation on the
moment at the present time. It has subject, sajlng that'Uiey had mado a
been establUhed beyond tho Blight- fre.emc"t, anl."B thcnwolvea not to
est doubt that the Territory Is tar-TC tho JuBe. oluIlo
boring and has been lmrborlng a ,..,. b h .. of . )llrv lhn, ,nv
Japanese element that Is dangerous. hllll aolle u tleJ. coui,i BB citizens to
to tho Integrity or tho very govern-Inrrivo at a fair and unanimous verdict.
ment. Criminal organizations He stated that ho might safely say
have been exposod Mhat live and tnat the) had taken nt least thirty to
hriP.i nn ,ilri.iwet for the law. and forty ballots In all during the time they
moro especially the law of the TerrI-
Magazine Street $27.50
Matlock Avenue 30.00
Lunalilo Street '30.00
Beretania Avenue 25-00
KalAkaua Avenue , . . . 20.00
Lunalilo Street .-...". 22.50
Cottage Walk 15.00
Proipect Street W.0U
tor) of Hawaii us a part ottho Unit
wero locked out
When they wero sent to bed at the
Young HoteJ. Saturday night at 10
o'clock, thpy continued to discuss the
That equal contempt is shown the ciibo and strove to nirlva at an agrco
representative of thcli own govern-1 ment until 1:30 Simdu) morning. They
ment does not change tho situation again i twinned deliberation Immedlutc
eo far as our own people are con-'' after Sunday breakfast, and at 4
corned, except that they are bound ' u,m. were cnll.d Into court,
. .... .i... ... . .i.n,n. horn they announced that they "weio
"'''" "'", """-" "' i '",""' t uoneuri a verdict than before. Judge
nation, as well as the law-abiding rinbinson repeated his admonition and
lesldontB of that nation. i until 9 o'clock this morning they did
Whnt the officials of Hawull mid uot'repoit again, ,
the city and county of Honolulu The ballots as first taken wero a,
Two lots at Ka'muki, corner lots.
Two blocks from car line on Kinth
Nlppu JIJI and tho Higher Wage Asso
ciation and upoko of the minncr In
which Negmo whb connected with the
paper as u secret editor.
I.lghtfoht objected to Kinney's frc
crucut mention of the papers that were
taken fron.' the offlco of the Nlppu JIJI
und the safe In Maklno'a stoic- but.
the court held 11 admissible.
' (Continued from Ttzt 11
Telenhone- Company waa nut to the
directors tfiey' answered that If they
couiu ue guurauieeu uiu Btiuiu sut
ernment officials would always be In
office they would submit to such
regulations, otherwise they had no
assurance but what some crank
might get Into office as Superintend'!
ent of Public Works, and at the
slightest provocation make them
tear everything out.
The Territorial Government then
replied thnt the conditions and re
quests or the Mutual Company might
be reasonable and accepted If the
government could be assured that
the same company and officers would
be alwajs In control of Its operation.
In an interview this morning Mr.
Carter said he did not wish to make
any objection to , the Territory's
course, )et he. thought the officials
were getting very zealous In regard
to the operation of public corpora
tions. He also said until the mat
ter was adjusted satisfactorily, It
count with us.
as large deposits.
per cent, interest com
poi nded twice annu
Bank of Hawaii,
Surplus and Capital..,. .?1,000,000.
taking hold of a proposed automatic
"We have toot received Mr, Oart
ley'a icport as yet on' the matter, but
expect lt at any time." '
Territorial Treasurer Conkllng
said this morning whan tho subject
was mentioned to him: i '
"I do not see on what grounds
they have a complaint to make, tor
I am sure every public utility should
contribute something to the Terri
tory In return for (the privileges
given It, The matter has been re
ferred to the Attorney General and
myself, and we only want to be fair
and get what Is coming to the Terri
At this morning's meeting of the
Mutual Telephone Company, the
amended charter and propositions
affecting It. were discussed, but
nothing definite wasi settled. It Is
understood that there will be, a
conference of Governor Frear, Attor
ney General Hemenway and Treasur
er Conkllng with the Telephone offi
cials, at which time some agreement
Will probabl) be reached.
Where Is thatf lnjSAn Fran
" .' i
No, at Tlerkeley.
Have you everfollowed any
business other than the practice of
This question was objected to by
Mr. Catpcart and the objection sus
" Q. When did you qualify?
A. In 1891.
Q. What did you do when you
came to Honolulu first?
A. I was at the Receiving Sta
tion at Knllhl.
Q. Did you ever keep a drug
store on King street?
A. .NO., , (,.
The Doctor then proceeded to ex
amine htm on the .occasion of his
arrest last October for shooting at
the witness' house, but gained no
material point In this. He next tried
to prove tnat the witness 'never 'had
any business on Emma street, where
defendant's office waa, and that wit
ness, went there simply to annoy
defendant. In this he failed to gain
any material point, and Dr. Woyson
was excused from the stind.
Charles Charlock next took the
stand, and Dr. Atcherley then
the gang working In the sewer and
that they had been practicing on
Punchbowl. With regard 'to tho
composition of the gang, he was
quite sure that Dr. Wayson nnd
Chester Doyle were In It, but he was
noUso sure of Messrs. Cathcart arid
ThlB concluded tho evidence of tho
morning anjlithe ease was continued
till 2 o'clock this' afternoon.
After the noon recess, tho govern
ment wished to put Mr. 8mlth of the
Advertiser on the Bland nnd txamlno
him as to the Interview Id the office of
that paper Atcherley" objected to this,
but was willing to admit It If Frank
Carr was called. This waa not allowed
as Carr Is a leper.
Atchcrley'refused to go oh ti i stand
for cross-examination until It was so
ordered by the court, Judge Andrnd i
stating that h did not wWi his court
room turne'd Into a circus.
Atcherly, In cross exanunntl m, de
nied most of the Interview published 1 1
the Advertiser. Mrs. Wayson r'ns also
examined this afternoon tut only ou
trivial questions, '
Younf Frenzied Financier
Caught n Roll Of
i.riAief alias Bright, alias Kaualll; Is
now sarely lodged In Jail, having been
captured at I'alama hospital by Chief
Detective I-oal yesterday noon. Tho
escapades of this )oung man are al
ready well known. Of how he reg-
brought himself to the sewer ques-. Istercd at the Young Hotil ns John
.. .. va . . . . . a.'tr II.La. lm MM. I .inomnA hlniOdll ntt II
lion, uui air. unuriocK aisciaimea an !.-. ,, .m i.nv.i ............ ..
knowledge of the sewerage system of Ifhe son,of ex-Governor John K. Baker.
, .iiv .r. f-- -. .n.nt,in- nMiknri. Of how he film flammed all tho auto-
tatlvcly, as he stated It was not In flcr-at ,ho Young ol6, ,, lat.t htll ,,ot
hla department. Witness was then )ca8t ordered goods amounting lu linn
called upon to testify that defendant drods of dollars from various Chlmsu
had made two applications to the arid Japanese merchants In the city.
Hoard of Health for leave to treat' . Baker was discovered at I'alami
certain lepera and that this appllcn- Hospital, where ho has been ever slnco
tlon had been refused on the motion 'la mysterious disappearance about
nf n- wmnii ltwo coks ago. He telephoned the
or ur, , w a) son. - - v .hospital ahdjsaid his namu was Wll-
,u This was all theevldence of Mr. Iliains. that -he was sending down a
Charlock.'nnd the Doctor then called' young" man 'who Was tho soil of Sheriff
Frank Carr, .who Js a leper at the Saffery..or .Maul for treatment. Then
Kallhl Receiving Station. Upon'hls h. boW Vonn man hlmseU strnllod
being told that.no service of the nwn. I '.B ''' "nnd. .'IT
...... , ,... himself ag the said soff, and was given
subpoena, had besn made, the Doc- . room anJ ....,. foT rheum.illsm.
Owner desires ui to lubmit'ciiminate,, nny possibility of their
Continued from ? 1
ty to happenings In 1900 his evl
dence was objected to and the objec
John Alne was next called, and he
testified that he was Superintend
ent or the Kallhl Receiving Statron.
Tho Doctor visited there four or .five
times a week, and that he was treat
Ingr patients tor leprosy upon whom
there had been considerable outward
Ills next .witness was Mm Wav-
son, bul'she was not there and ,tho
prosecution siaieu inai mey were
quite willing to admit anything that
the Dpcbrrolght seek' to prove by he'r
evidence. The Doctor stated that
he wished to. prove that neither Mrs.
Wayson nor the children were In any
- " ' ,!
ior mail- a strenuous proiesv ngainii from VMrh ho was suffering. Hla clo
the Injustice of the court. He said: -ilro t"6;talk soon got him Into truuble
"th's Is the secondjwne8ihora'Irnnd tbj sii8lclons of, the nurse wero
hav aMa"to Iihvb Tier-. wKli 'n'nt'ttrouiM vfhenJM madeVthe Htatoment
here. 'and that because no service tie-, "l"'." "n stayng at the.houso
manning their attendance has 'been ' ." "L6"- . ,,;,
,"; ... .. .. , 'with nnd became to tho hospital. He
Judge Andiado said: Mrs. Wa- wn. ,oI.i thnt tho younz man whom ho
son' has been sent for. nnd Frank had font down wag still there and on
Carr I will not have here, The hlx being presented to tho )oung man
matter or curing leprosy does not en- denied ever having seen him before,
ter Into the question of whether )ou The police ero then communicated
were sane or Insane on the fifteenth wl'h '' J al went, down and ho
i..i.. .i it i.i. .,i.i.... i. 1"' with him Mrs. Caesar Vlerrn. sis
day of July, and if his evidence Is ,, . .,,- -- tn- i,i.nim.
necessary to you It must bo taken by tIon Ilunlosc.- Bhit did not reeomizn
affidavit or some other means. 1. i,m but ko nlauslb'a a talc dbl tho
will not order him to be subpoenaed, youny man toll that she was almost
Jack Atcherley was called to testl-l persuaded that he was really the son
fy that he had seen Dr. Wajson on'' Sheriff Saffcry. Chief Leal, how
Emma street and tha,t he would, over; w,ho ha,, )Ecn ,0'nR ll", I"
know the Doctor If ho saw him vcstlgatlon of bis owh, then camo Into
?n - ",mtho room with a-palr or 'sIiocb and ho
if. .. .. . L . . .. . ., I asked to whom they belonged. On tho
,. Mrs. Atcherley then took the stand Hpuro(is BaBrery" saying the)' wero his,
anil tcstllled that she had heard I.eal said, "Then you'ro Baker because
strange noises around the house. On I have a pair Just like those which I
the first occasion she was aroused RPt In tho room occupied by you In tho
out of her gleen bvi tha'acreanis ofiou," Hotel.
Waterhousp Trust '
Corner -Fort and Merchant Streets.
Have You Sent TL a t
Sale of Laces
Monday, July 19,
VALENCIENNES LACES, PRINC
ESS' LACES, CLUNET MEDAL
LIONS, NET TOP LACES, BLACK
llllB'B hiijIi I '
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We carry all styles and six
eii $2:50 upwards.
11. F. Wichman & Co.
her daughter and a young Porta
guese girl who stayed with them.
They said that some man tried to
open tho window.
She said: "I at once aroused the
Doctor and asked him to come with
me outside to He Jf there wag. any
one there. He glq so. and Just as we
got outside thevhou6 we saw a dark
figure disappear through the shrub
Into the road, ( 'My.' I said to the
Doctor, 'I'm. sure' that la Chester
Doyle? -iWld this bocauee the fig
ure was Just like Chester Doyle's,
with hard hat and dark Rothes, Just
like he wears." She went on to
testify to hearing various noises ln
the grounds around the house and
how they disturbed tho children,
but her statement contained no defi
nite reason for the way In which the
noise occurred except that on an
other occasion someone again at
tempted to open the window.
The Doctor then took the stand
and attacked the warrant. He said
that the warrant was sworn to by
Rhnrlff .lirrrAlt' Tliit Qhnrlff Tn..nll
Ho tried at first to bluff It out. but
finding thut that was no use he gave
up and went along quietly.
He is now being held for Investiga
tion by the authorities and will more
than likely bo brought up for trial to
An Interesting document Mound
among hla effects and now In the pos
session of, the police la a letter ad
drosBed to the editor of tho E v ej n I n g
Bulletin, which reada aa follows:
Honolulu, July 10th, 1909.
evening Bulletin. ,
Will kindly pleaso to put this fen
Items In your evening paper. Win
Saffrey, Jr., Timekeeper of the Pun
neno Plantation and one of th,e well
Known young men (nMaul, Is getting
along pretty well under-the attomlance
of Dr. Judd, and was In, tho hospital on
Account of hla heart. During his time
In tho hospital he la very sorry that ho
la away from hla father. Wm. Saffrey,
Jr. Is-bno'of tho brightest and well ed
ucated )oung men.
, Please answer tf (ho, note Js not right
to rmlMn your'paper.
(Sgd.) WM. SAFFREY. JR.
had not seen him that day and could
not swear that ho wag Insane on the
day alleged. The Doctor then pro
ceeded to make a ver i rambling
speech In which he Jumped from one
point to another. In the main he
sought- to show that from an early
date certain' persons had been play
ing tricks on him. That the, occur
rences on Punchbow) , were exactly
similar to those occunlng aChls resi
dence. That certain persona were
JealouB of his knowledge of a cure
for leprosy and were making con
stant attempts to obtain knowledge
of hla secret, and finally that the ar
ticle In the newspaper was not true
ns printed, and that he possibly
made somo Incorrect statements
there, but If the Judge would pro
nounce a man lnuane because ho
gave a fiction to the newspaper then
there wero a great many others who
ougnt to be in the Insane asylum,
.Mr, Cathcart in cross-examination
brought out that the Doctorjstlll to-
'Yesterday morn In gthere was a
very narrow escape from a serious
accident-on Tantalus. A surrey In
which some tourists were driving ln
some) way backed off the road, and
the vehicle turned rlgh tover before
alighting at the bottom.
Although all the occupants of the
carriage were thrown out, only one
lady Was Injured, and she sustained
a sprained ankle. The horses were
not Injured, but wheri captured
were found to be unharnessed. They
had In the fall somehow or other got
rid of all the trappings. I
The surrey was badly amashed,
but 'the cscapo of the party from
death or very serious Injury was
The bill of pxcoptlona carried to tho
Supremo Court from the Circuit Court
In the case-of Solomon Kuuhane. und
other minors, by Henry Smith, their
guardian, were overruled. JUbtlco Per
ry rendered the decision.
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