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rondwu), witH tiirniil ovir, killing the
Tell of Ride.
Dowsett stilted nt the Inqtirst tint
tlio tilKlIt mih one Hint Inspired n ride
Threo were members nf the party nftir
leaving toun ntnng nlmut 10 o'clock thnt
evening ,lhe thlril party l'-n Inir the
'nuto n few minutes nfter starting
(Continued from Pag. 1) i Severn! cnlls were mnilc along the
ninln mail and back lo town without rond townrds Wnlklkl I'rom this'
nny trouble, point, nccnrdlng to Dowsett, who proved
Ar brought out at tlie Inquest lat to be the "atnr witness" the nutn eon
evening the gn lampH were not ovfn tnlnlng Clarke nnd Dowsett proceeded
extinguished when tho machine went nlong the Dnlmond Head rond until
over, and In nddltlon the "laiy-bncks" they came to tlio establishment enn
on the double rumble seats were not dmtcd by Mm. I'unhl, where the huln
even broken KlrI, Helena William nnd nmlly,"
The niachlno slands In the nliop at vvero met. Tho women nuked to bo
Arsoclatod Garage today Just as It taken for n ride and nfter remaining
was brntiRlit In csteriljy nnd It wllti"t the place but n few minute tho
rot be touched for several ilns an I,nrty "f fr stnrted for town Not
lorn? nfter starting nwny from the l'u
nbl place, the steering Kenr of tho mn-
chlno wns noticed n nctlnir qucerly
,t nbout thin InMnnt the nuto np- i
preached cloe to the edge of the em-I
linnkment, nnd heforo nn nttnnpt could
be made to right It, machine nnd nc-'
cupnnt luid hurtled down the Klopo
He declared bin belief thnt something
m wrong with the steering Roar "I
noticed the machine rattled and nkcd
Clarke what waa tho matter" said Dow
sett In giving tcMlmony "He said that
tho steering Rear neeiled iulJutlnR"
Dowtett on Rear Seat.
C'larko U mild to hnc occupied the
that nny queatlon as to the defect nf
tho BtecrlnK scar can be looked Into
by anono o Inclined.
In commenting on the accident thin
mnrnliiR, Manager Frank Howes of
tho A8ROclated (I a rage said:
"ThroiMli tho public presa It Ins
been Intimated that the accident oc
curred on account of defective uleci
Iiir iJcar In tho Hiulson car belonging
lo our garage. In commenting there
on I would say that alcr tho police
department was through with the ln
vestlgitlon wo sent out threo of our
men wfth i trouble wagon expecting
iu iiiivo in . j- u.e niac.i no uacK io front ,cnt ,,, , wlmnn womnn
town. Howevr upon nrrlvlng at the ,, I)ottFt.tt nl)(l tllc itnunlInn K,rl
scene our men wl h tho assistance of nm. rcmnnr(I n , ronr ,mrt of ,,,
roverni icuiiisicrs wnicu nappeneu i mnchtno.
ue near by righted tlio car and imme
diately started the engine and drove
the car out of the tiosltlon In which
It had been, on Its own power, nndjtnlklnK with the female compiulon on
tnenco nil tne way into town
"The front wheels were not even
out of alignment nor was the steer
ing gear Itself In any way out of or
der with the exception of the wooden
One of the women testified nt the In
nuet thnt nt tho time the tnulilnc
stnrted down the hank ahe had been
the front sent Clarke had bun in
tending to bulne-n nt the ateerliu;
wheel, nccordlng to her vcrxlou of the
Thoie who offered evidence nt the
steering wheel and spider connccllngniuient Included powsett, the two Un
it with the steering post, which vvero.vvnllnn women nnd Sam Kind, an en-
naturally bent after tho car bad cap
To one who regularly drives tho
machlno the cause of tho accident it,
obvious and easily explained, Tho
crowning of the road nt tho placo
whoro tho accident occurred Is very
pronounced nnd Mr. Clark when null
ing thnt he had gotten a bit to ono
Bldo of the road, evidently, from the
llxted man nt Tort linger who happen
ed upon the scene within n few mo
ments of the fatality.
Marked unanimity wan apparent In
the testimony of the three living wit
nesses of the dlnster wlilrh snunvd
out the life of Clarke All were pn.
tlvo In their statements thnt but little
liquor was consumed by the pirtv It
wns further stated thnt i hrke's body
trncks. tried to edge back to tlio main I pcn'itiiol under the overturn, d machine
road hut the ground being a little soft
nnd tho slant quite noticeable ho was
unable to right his position and after
realizing that ho was gradually slip
ping off Into the mire nnd approaching
tho porguni patch gavo tho steering
wheel an abrupt turn nt the ItiBtant
which he Btruck some hole or object
and thereby cnuFe.l the overturning
of tho car.
"I consider Mr Clark a careful
driver and had It been dnvllght and
the condition of the road thereabouts
plainly visible no such accident would
have happened. In Justice to Mr.
Clark I would say that had ho known
thnt there was nn thing tho matter
with tho steering gear, or oven
thought io that being n professional
man nnd familiar with machinery ho
w'ould not have taken any chances on
driving the party about as ho did."
for nt least forty minutes In fore relief
wni nt hand.
ALL SAY CLARK PAID
ATTENTION TO MACHINE
"Clarke was not fooling with nny
member of tho pnrty, but wns paving
strict attention to tho management of
tho machine," wns tho statement mado
by David Dowsett, ono of the partici
pants In the fatal Joy rhlo that would
tip In the denth of Trunk T. Clarko
early Wulnixduy morning nt a point
near Diamond Head
A Jury empaneled by Coroner Charles
Hoso handed down the following verdict
nt the comluslon of a brief Inquest
held Inst nlRht:
Tho deceased came to his denth from
AID OF CITIZENS
I'ostmaster Pratt is sending out tho
"llv direction of tho Tost Odleo De
partment, tho attention of patrons of
this olllco Is Invited to the advontages
of providing fec'lllloB for the receipt
of their mall by erecting conveniently
accessible, boves or cutting suitable
slots In their doors. Such action
would ennblo the postmaster to glvo
n ptompter and better dellvciy ser
vice with tho iiipiiir at his disposal,
slnco the carriers can covor much
more territory In less tlmo If not com-'
polled to wait for an answer to their
ring Private receptacles for mall
nto alto n great convenience tu 'V
householder, obviating tho nccessltv
of responding to tlio carrier's cull nt
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who would dress in style.
This Store handles only
the best of everything.
Men come here for the
first 'arrivals, and de
pend on our judgment.
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Buying Orders Strengthen
Sugar Stocks and Help
Creme I'ttroleuin . 35
Honolulu CoiiHolldatid 1 75 1 Ki
Hunmtim.t . . . 40
Teniplor Itumh 10
Pyramid CO TO
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A more buojunt tone on the sugar.
market was manifest today, and sales
at tho mornllu; stolon nf tlio Itimiilnltt
Inconvenient moments nnd permitting ,xchnllBO w,.re fnlrl ,.,, ,, Hev.
... . v...v., , .. . ,,. ,,uI KI1(kll n ,(r lir dl.nul, ml,
senco of members of tho household ,,,. ,mo ,,ml for ecK Tllo r,,Yort
.ivj iiiou jiiu.uui mo uuuuHlouui lie- f .iK1)p Rolng
cesslty of a carrier's proceeding on (mC(1 Ktmulua,
ins roil i e witiioiu uciivering mull no
causo of fait in o to answer his ring
up" served as u vvell
und the broktrs hnd a
good many huvlng orders to till
1 111 VI II Mil n I .tl...iroliil rAutuiiutiiil ,n
,., , .... .. i " ..v.... -,.x.itt ,. ...
wiuun n rcasonauio tinio, and ennlilo tlc dimnnd by going up lonslderubly
lilm to make deliveries to patrons llv- Tho InKt sales jesterday were nt 3S 875,
Ingon or near Ihe end of tho louto ut )iut it went up to 39 125 reidliy today.
an eniucr nour mi RW.N ,,ro.s of il(.K Btronger by
"It has been shown by uctual expo- the mil of the week
rlcnco that tho benofltg derived byi Mcllrj do ubo recorded n rise, selling
patrons of cltj delivery from tho uso t 7 lint today, the Inst sales being nt
of such rccentnclCM far nutnelali the r. r.n
n fracture of tho cerebral vertebra, I small oxponso Involved. As this olllco There were several largo oribrs In
t-aM Injury being. caused by an accl-j Is interested in furnishing tho best Hawullan Hugnr tilled, among them
dentnl overturning of nn nutomohllo posslhlo service nt tho least expense, blocks of 100, 140 and 200 shnns Wnl
drlven by snld lYank T Clarke" jour compllauco with tho foregoing aldu was sold nt 113 nnd Honoknn was
Dowsett nnd two Hawaiian hula girls! suggestions will bo much jippreclnt-'Mrong nt H.fiO
wero tho companions of Clarko In nutol ed. Tho Hawaiian exchange reports 100
AC, which, getting off tlio rond, ran "Respectfully
along nn embankment some forty feet, I JOSHI'II O. PRATT,
and which, In nn attempt to gain the Postmaster,
shares nf Honolulu Consolidated Oil
sold nt 1.75, nnd tho following nil quotations:
(Continued from Page I)
Hannah Sheldon Miss Daisy Sheldon,
Miss M Kills Mis II Woilcinevrr
Miss I.ottlo Jordan, Mrs. 1'r'charJ.
Miss Hnaplll, Chlng Kin Amcuia
Hukla Mrs. Mlnnlo Akn
Kolon Mr John Hush, Miss Hlkn
int Sato, .Mrs. Kawcua Kaullll, Mrs.
Hcnrj Ulaku. Miss i:ilen Kalawc
Kalnheo Miss Margaret McCljm
out, Miss Agclino Sllvn Miss Annie
Hmapepo Miss A I Arms Miss
M Hnstle, Miss J. Untitle, Miss M.
Hustle, Mrs. D. I.vons, Mrs II. II.
Maknwell Miss ntta R I.ce, Miss
Barbara I.ep, Miss Mary Ilrjant.
Wnlmea Mr II, C Hrown, Mrs II.
C lliown. Hev C. I Mllllken, Mrs
Micy Wright, Miss Julia Haley
I.llllan Aklna, Miss Oorlrinlu
gnnrd MlfB Dllth Wong.
Kekaha- Mrs C I, Hodge, Mrs U
Lowell Miss M. Mmirehead. Miss 11.
Mann Mr I) Prlggs
Mlhiiii Mr Kdward Knhaln
Tho report that Mrs. John Hall Ins
"walked out" of tho Kalihlwjena
school was confirmed this moritlng by
Inspector Olbson. Mr, (llbson, whllo
expiesslng regret that the nosnKirs
wore pa) lug any attention to the tin
ple.Pinntness at the Knllhl hchwil,
admitted that Mrs Hall had taken
umbrngp nt a letter written to her bv
Pj-lnolpil Cox Rlbson states that tho
letter called Mrs Hull's attention lo
the fact that I number of the puplla
In her class weie tardj and cxpresrt.t
tho hope lint It would tint occur again.
"Mrs. Unit then stated that alio was
goliif homo," Bald (llbson, "and that
Is nit Ihero Is to It."
Cilbsnn also stated that Mrs Cnmp
ton who wns Involved In tho trouh'c
of the Hllo High school wns not plac
ed on tho assignment list for the new
"I do not believe that she made ap
plication." Mated (llbson, "and I also
bellevo that the Commissioners did
not Intend to place her upon the as
So both Klchmond, ox-prtnclpnl of
tho Hllo High school nnd his accuer
nre out of tho pchnol department
D O K DcHnrtlir. who shot Sheriff
Mutlhews, was shot tbrougli the bend
Miss nnd Killed b n posse on 1-ike M.
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