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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN.
VOLUME TV. NO. 498.
HONOLULU, H. T., THUBSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1902.
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BOARD OF HEALTH
HEARlb MAiNl Ml OK, I b
Twenty'' four Subjects Submitted
Waging War Against Impure Foods-Wilder
Company Wants to Carry Paiai. .
Sympathy for Dr. Pratt.
"Wbn the Board ot iieaun arraug-
tttf with tho ownon of a small sailing
etteoiier to transport paia from
Mattt producers to the leper sottle
went Borne months ago, they failed
to cMHt upon an objection that might , one which has occasioned much dis
le raised by th Wilder Steamship ; cusslon among residents of the dis
Oompeiiy, which claim that they pos- j trict, and from outward Indications
sees contract, signed and enterod j much feeling has been brought to the
Into "with the .Board of Health, for j surface. The board will endeavor to
traneportJng all supplies and persons 1 adjust the matter satisfactorily. Dr.
ilaaiinMt for tho not !Win(MlLK On Molo- I RUSSCl passes Out BOD1C VCfV Spicy
The contention was raised by Pros-.'
M,.t ir.i.n.t . th mninr mo.itimr !
of the Board of Health yesterday af
ternoon, that the contract held by the
Wilder Steamship Company did not
apply to tho transportation of paia
grown and shipped from Maui ports.
11 was with this understanding of the
ltwaUon that an arrangement was
entered Into with Correa. owner of
the scbooonor. which has at indiffer
ent periods boen takiug small car
goes of tho food supply to the leper
The matter was brought to the at
tention of the board by
of the following letter from Manager
Wight, of tho Wilder Steamship Co.:
Honolulu. Jan. 15, 1902.
Dear Sir. We are advised that
pain! Is being carried from acqcssible
ports on the Island on Molokal to Ka
laupapa by vessels other than those
llougiitg to this company Under
tender made for transportation for
the Leper Settlement this service
was included. We presume that we
have not boen given this business
through an oversight, but we would
respectfully request that we have an
ccpress!on from the Board of Hoalth
In reference to this matter
WILDER STEAMSHIP CO.,
a S. Wight, President.
Gasoline Launches to the Rescue.
Tho original copy of the "Wilder
contract was secured and carefully
examined. The board arrived at the
conclusion thnt there was no provis
ion In the document which covered
tho Maul paia, consequently a com-
wlttee consisting of Dr. Sloggett and board . licenses "0 on their own field.
Moesrs. Mott-Smlth and Fth1 Smith guch personS( thus encouraglng super-. Mossman's Telling Remarks,
was appolntod to make satisfactory ! stItion and deceit at public expense. "The Japanese belong to the plan
iirrangements for transporting a fair j and preventing the coming and set-' tations," said the -speaker, "and not
Mtppiv of paia to the leper- settle-: tllng of a regular practitioner in the . on the wharves of our city. Now
n,ent; I district Such were Dr. Blake's , they work in the hold of the ships
incidentally Dr. Sloggett called up-! grounds when he requested me to and also on the wharves. The dnly
n!a Vr Vonnr. lh nwnnr of tlio enso-
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ime inuncnos now niymg in auu nuout i
k. w,.. m. v.,,,,,- cfn. i,
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w prepared to transport the Pn
i me same amount tnat it was cost-
Board In employing the ,
Ho stood roady to take '
up the work Immediately. The report
of the special committee will bo con-
loml before action is taken in thei
Dr. Reed Has His Troubles.
In a letter to the Board of Health
from Dr. IL H. Bold, of Hllo
ktatos, among other things: "Un
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for the month of December. After I
rseolved mv appointment to the Olaa
Kstrlct. I telephoned to Dr. Nicholas '
itussol and asked him where I could
find the registration books, also what
drags were required. Dr. Bussel told (
me that he had the registration dooks
but deollned to turn thorn over or re-,
tiolw a portion of the salarv which
wont to me claiming that the' Board '
of Health had no business to appoint j
mo while Dr. Blake held a commls-'
ion for the district. I have made
regular trips to Olaa and have Liken
v. .i..n. .n. uiin t c.a i,n .ii.'
ulUM u x . u
trict very easy to handle owing to the
Rumerons telephones throughout. You,
will find mv report for the balance of
the month of December very Jncom-j
Ptete. not having been in the district Pa&u a"er e prescribed Ume set
, . A , .vior the opening of the same. The
uuf. auvuKa to answer many ui uii-i
Kahunas Are Barred.
The reading of Dr.
, , .
j was iouuwea uy one rw.-eiva noui
. Dr. Russel, In -which be explains his
position In the matter of selecting a
, government physician lor the uiaa
' district in Hawaii. The question Is
language in treating his contempor-
" aml maliCS Plntel reflections
concerning iaun neuiing anu Kiuareu
practices, to which he insinuates Dr.
Reid Is committed. The letter, In
part, reads as follows:
Mountain View, Dec. 30, 1901.
President of Board of Health.
I beg to acknowledge the re-
ceipt of your communications of Dec.
IS and 17. together with a commis-l
slon armolntlnc me as agent for the
Since, according to section 10 of
the Organic Act, 1 have no right to
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iiuiu uv v""iui.-3'"'"', i iiv-4, i" ......
vmire fnr pnnppllatlnn At th same
j"tinie j call vour aUention to Section
11 of the instruments to Government
physicians according to which Dr.
Charles Blake, having furnished a
substitute, continues during his ab
sence to remain the only commis
sioned agent 'Of the Board of Health
in this Olaa district. Therefore no
other commissions can be issued as
long as the term of his leave does
not expire, and as long as he does
not tender his resignation, or was
not removed by your honorable
Board for cause.
I believe that the commission
n...l T TA!.1 I.. A ..nll.1 l. .
aeu iou..au. ,ul -.. u utr)Wise treasurerj M. Nika.
Ing unable to reside in two districts. v,Vpiph nn H Mma
I also beg to enclose a written au
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uinice to act in n is steaa equivalent j
to a power of attorney As a matter
of fact neither Dr. Blake nor myself
would object to pass the spbstitu ion
to any regular practitioner residing
In Olaa, should there be any. Un-'
fortunately besides kahunas, Chris-'
tian scientists and those practicing!
knH.nnttnil... tltntin n M HtllATV
T. ,MlU ...". .." ... ."I' '
e regret tne uoeraiuy oi tne e,x-
act in uis siena anu mv reasons ior
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AS aroprewwauvei tane m.s op-
portunity to express in the name ol
the people of this district my protest '
against such policy of the Board or
Examiners as well as against any ap
pointments by your honorable Board
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persons wno nave their residence ,
Kauiuweia scnooi unsanitary.
A communication from Dr. Cofer..
j Superintendent of the United States '
Marine Hospital Service, announced'
nth . :. t , tt .. ., .
to the Board of Health that one case'
ne ot bubonic plague had been reported
Jer.to him from New South Wales, and
a compiamt irom a numoer ot
scholars from Kauiuweia School re-
Kardlng the unsanitary condiUon of
tne closets In the building was sub-
, stantiated by Sanitary Officer Tracey,
who recommended that the obsolete
piumblng be supplanted by that of
more modern make. The recom-
mendatlon of the sanitary officer to-
geiner with tae compiamt were or-
dered to be submitted to the Educa-,
r. . . o..mi i . i.s
u- ."""'' rr
1 o o. k.. a. 1. mat me uraer ne
0mT,.. ' m nwt!n whh lh
. ., ,aj ,,
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;premises into a private cesspool, was.
The Board of Health took a decid-
ed stand in the matter of making '
Chores and infannation of all bidders;
matter came up with a communlca-
tion from Benson, Smith Drug Co.
(Continued on Page Three).
BIG HETHG IT THE DEttL SHED
LARGE AUDIENCE PRESENT AND
LABORERS NEW LABOR
Enthusiastic Union of All Nationali
ties to Fight Asiatic Laborers
Permanent Organization is Form
ed Herbert Mossman Makes :
Very Telling Address.
i The Longshoremen's Labor
' was launched last night at an enthu-
I siastic meeting of laborers held at
the Drill Shed for the purpose of per-i
fecting. organization and electing offi -
Qver tv.Q nundrcd men were pres-i
PIlt and 135 names were signed to the i
Owing to several companies having
business meetings or drill, the meet-j
ing was not called to order until 9
o'clock. In the meantime the lead-
of the movement constituted .
themselves into individual commit
tees of one each, and were kept busy
explaining to the natives the privi-
jeges to be derived from the organ-
Against Asiatic Labor.
The opinion of the audience seem-!
ed to be unanimous against the em-
ployment of Asiatics on the wharves '
of Honolulu. Here and there small
groups of Japanese, Portuguese, and
Americans were earnestly discussing j
tne situatlon and many stroag opln-'
jons were expressed on the subject. I
n u- iroor, ooii.i ftm mnoiiTn. tn'
ia". ' tv0,i K-.,rai,i tD,i
secretary. The chairman. D. K. Ka-
eo, immediately announced that nom-,
inations for president of the Long-1
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tuuicmcua ""' uuiuu n-c iu u-
der, and H. Mossman and D. K. Kaeo i
were nominated. A ballot was taken
and resulted in a tie vote. There
were 130 voters and both candidates
received G5 votes each.
When the result of the election was
announced, Herbert Mossman ad
vanced to the platform and withdraw
his name in favor of D. K. Kaeo.
. .t:"1"", """." re:c-,r.r. I
are as follows:
President. D. K. Kaoo: vice nresi-
dent, William Allpau; secretary Fred (
usai&iuuL acuictui, juuu
.;... . ma-a.m.. TAi.n
were nominated for treasurer but
both declined the honor. Jack Mc-
wag not e, ag fae had Mt
, th, rol, Mossman pleaded
thafc he bg Moved tQ decHne on the
d tnat he wou,d fee ab,e tQ do
more good for the organization by
being an individual member. He ad
vised his audience to unite as, with
union, they will be able to resist the
encroachment of Oriental laborers
vuv omtu ii mi jvu w uu
the running of the donkeys and the j
u,njiin . ,;ir. n. or,,i
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m a iew m uu, luey ...
also capture those places, and then '
me native Hawaiian win not De aoie
IU UUU UIIl IU UI3 U" IUUUU.I,
"Supposing that they work for thej
Iftln n iTfl. fVtof ti Ar fP nV4 r (
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"e aS umt e uo, oi a m-;
ere f"5 me commuu. .
of Vice will be their means of exist-i
WM - OOV., .M,.C. tha ,aiaT,PO!
01 money3 they sei ad to Japan.'i
. n"r,mn?, : n!f8.e T.a . ..::
e orK ior nigner wages, it is truv.
but u.,th wh eara we .
ramlIles: and ia a small we!
' M the I
are uuiuk our s.u.re lonanib uit-
support of our Institutions and the.
.-, nf tho -nmmiinitv "
M -... ,mori.-0'oaii-i fnrth
much applausei jls words were
translated Into Hawaiian by John
Committee on Constitution. -
A committee composed or Herhert :
Mossman. chairman. John Wise. Freds
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"w'. " auVu, yvu. u
Paul K. Hlpa and Captain Nahora j
"5Pa appointed by the president
tn draft a ivinstitntlon ann nv-lawsl
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"H"11 iuc u. u.ctwu6. m.
committee will meet on the Pacific .
iiall dock next Satnrdav at noon.
Tkn nn-f nr..i.. moiinr. nf i. 1
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union win ne neia on eonesaav. ,
January 22, at 7:30
at the Drill Shed.
the evening, j
Y. M. C. A. Outing.
The Y. M. C. A. is making plans
for a Saturday .outing to "Waikiki
Members who would like to partici-
j pate.are asked to commanicateAwith
i Secretary Brown.
;In the Matter of tie Suit
IS ALSO GIVEN AS
Misconduct of the Jury Excessive
Compensation Attempted to be
Awarded by Verdict Juror Kohn .
Did Not View Pearl Harbor:
Lands Supreme Court Cases. I
The United States Government.;
through United States District Attor-,
neyJ. J. Dunne, yesterday filed in the;
United States District Court a notice .
and motion for a new trial in the rec -
enU' declded case of th Government,
asainst the Honolulu Plantation Com-1
pany. in which a jury the other day (
awarded ?10o,02 damages for tho
leasehold interest of the sugar com
panv 5n certain lands at Pearl Har-
hnp'rpmi,PPll ,. thp ri0vernment f0r!ml"tetl before the Supreme Court,
'naval station purposes, and for alleg-
e improvements on said lands
The notice and motion for a newf
trial are accompanied by the affidav-
its of L. L McCandless and Captain.
. . . . "
(jnanes t. ronu, u. a. i., ana otners.
Reasons for New Trial.
The reasons for asking for a new
trial are summed up as follows:
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said court and the adverse parties by
which said plaintiff and petitioner!'
(the UnitedStates) li3 prevented
from having a fair trial:
2. Accident and surprise, which or-
could not have
3. Newly discovered evidence, ma-
terial for said plaintiff and petitioner.
which it could not with reasonable!
diligence have-discovered and pro-!
duced at the trial.
i TnciffifioniMr nt tho Pvi.lpnrfi to .
justify said verdict
' G. Errors in law occurring
at the i
trial and excepted to by said plaintiff
7. Irregularities in the proceedings
of the jury-
S. Misconduct of the jury.
9. Excessive and unreasonable and
inconsistent compensation or dam
ages, attempted to be awarded by
Sworn Officer Not in Charge.
The notice and motion for a new
trial allege that the members of theUiat practically constitutes a new
trial jury sitting in the case of the program
uovernment against me nonomiu!
Pmntat!on Company did not Tisit the
lands sought to be
nurposes in charge and'hzed in his star mystification which
'"T '"f J '"!. consists in hooking two gold fish
It is also alleged thativre was an,
!.1n.!iu nr 4 t A fulfil ?
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irregularity as mr us iu .ai Jf.Mciiaage their musical comedy sketch.!
was concerned m that Juror M. m.
- rcun. m iuB unuu.c yi lUu
Proceedings, on account of the sick-;
ness of Juror PrescotL was not a !
- - into Ilm- A Wnmt Trill v.rr!
member of the trial jury when the "a d BnnuT a?d S
said jnrv visited the lands sought to h, rt0MfwB ,!?
be condemned by the Government for!""! prtdUCe an0ther eneS f Ca3Ua1'
oe conuemnea oy uie omtruuieui tor
naval station ncrnoses. t
Did Not View Lands. ,
Captain Charles F. Pond, of the
United States Navy, makes affidavit;
j to the effect that Juror M. M. Kohn
'was not a member of the jury when'
the jury visited the Pearl Harbor ;
lands for the purpose of inspecting.
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mem ana mat me new juror am uui,
Tlsit g landsfat any time afterward j
fpr purpQ of inspection. This
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alleged irregularity aweit upon to.
some eaieau . ... 1
lt m remembered that, on ae-J
coniit of the illness of Juror PreseotL '
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a new juror naa iu oc urawa uuiu
special venire and that M. M- Kohn .
was the man drawn. "When'the case 5
proceeded with Kohn on the jury In-'
stead of Prescott, all the testimony '
t.l.un Krn Ihs Mimlnv nf XTnVin nn E
the jury was read over for the benefit
ot the new juror. This was after the
jury had visited Pearl Harbor and
Kohn had not been one ot those tj
Inspect the lands.
Kohn, therefore, although he had,
to listen to all previous testimony, had ! -not
the advantage of the rest of thei
jurymen who had been over the lands j
involved in the case.
L. L. McCandless makes affidavit
to the effect that he is a well borer'
and that he sunk an artesian well on'
the lands involved in the suit. He
also declares that the attempts to
grow rice on the lands in question
proved a failure.
Federal Court Notes.
In the matter of the objection of-
the Bishop Estate to the order ot
possession of Pearl Harbor lands, no
' farther move was made in the Unit
ed States District Court yesterday.
Chief Clerk Maling, however, still
holds a draft on the Secretary of thej
Navy, payable to Captain Merry and '
endorsed over by him to the Bishop '
Estate, trustees, "for the
judgment on the verdict
Attorney Thomas Fitch demanded
and was refused a jury trial for the1
appeal of H. Hamano from the Board
of General Appraisers in the matter
of oriental shoes. United States
juage tsiee set tne case for bearing,
at 10 o'clock this morning.
Kamalo Sugar Case.
CounSel f0r plaintiffs in the case of,
the Kamalo Sugar Company equity!
suft have gJven notlce tuat thev wiU j
move t0(jay that the cause be forth-.
with set for hearln& !
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In the Supreme Court.
The case of Jonathan Shaw against
C. W. Booth, exceptions from First
,rcuit owt, was arguea ana suo-,
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ete,"1J s ft'b a'- in cai. oi ,
Asiu Brown against Andrew Bannis-'
ter. This morning the case of C.
Brown, administrator, against the,
Trl 1f A T 1 j-k fpiiinTirtX Cnnantt Av
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cepuons irom tne t-irst uircuit uourt
j will be taken up.
j Suit Against Tramways.
j George W. Hayselden has filed a
suit against the Hawaiian Tramways
count of an accident which occurred!
on-Christmas Day. Hayselden al- twecu President Brown and Cashier
leges that he was thrown from histcoonnf. Tiiia fHoHnn wn waH i.n.ior.
buggy and injured by reason of thef8lo0aMn Honolulu and had become
Tramways Company's action in ob
structing the roadway by a pile
dirt on King street, near Victoria.
Suit in Ejectment.
iue r.m.eiiHi&u jum uwapauy hu-
wrought suit in ejectment against
Emmet May and W. H. G. Arnemann
tor real estate on the Waikiki side of
Alakea, between Queen and Haleka-
uiIa streets, containing 1S90 square
feet. Damages for
$1,000 are also
CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
Orpheum Will Have Nearly a
Bill For Tonight.
will be several complete
in the program ot the j
Entertainers to-night. not
step here and there withi
I merely a
i norhanc n npT ennp hu( n phinpo
professor Powell has sent his at-
tendants out fishing to Waikiki and
the resultant gold carp will be uti-
. ,h mldst of the a
Flatt and SuU,erIand complttely'
- " t
the Deltorellis trio and the Three,
uas.mos vmi iniroauce enureiy ne- i
uu-, iU. w. i i.c-w
new steps and dances. Hope Hadden j
has new songs and more dainty dress-.
i ..i s" !-. e-i
A ut," """"- " .
afternoon at popular nan prices j
at popular hs
j,jc . u...ut "'"""""i
""U3e: ,, e " ,1, - "
tQ & llttIe 0etJ i induce Mr. Brown to resign and allow !
t m- Mnt . -n a'hfm (Mr. Morgan) to succeed Mr. i
ever last night to a crowded hosse. ;
t)l I"! a MAP -: n A i
Yesterday noon. 3Ir. J. F. Morgan,
Ule selling off some of Mr. P. A j
Pornr c mlipction nf na!ntinz; and'
T " "t -;y-, ". ' '. LrJtmt
uuum &um.R.cu uuu. a .-.-
p j .
volume set of Balzac, full
T blndinsr with watercolor
ni.'.. . t-c !.j n joa n c;
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this snonid mase mat ancient anu
honorable author turn in his grave. !
Today at 10 o'clock the remaining !
books and pictures will be sold, and
tTOm all indications some fine snaps,
! .t-:ii ... .;.i-i nn
Mr. Perry has hlS'j
" " uc V"" H.
csTacwviTTi in iha rnttnrf fln nf ti
,3 bnliding at presenL He I lttra to Honolulu to try to secure for
whj eYe f0- the Coast on the 2othbImself the P032150 of presidenL
jnst j -However, Mr. Brown, having been
LONG DISCUSSION "
ON BAM ELECTION
Proxies Need Not be Stamped
Minority Stockholders Can Transact Business
: Cooper Sees Macfarlane at WaikiB.
National Laws Quoted.
Colonel George Macfarlane W3S
2 amount of , seen at the Hawaiian hoel last even
of $52,737.50. ; ing in regard to the First National
Bank stockholders' meeting affair.
"The impression which seems to
. have been current to a great extent, I
that I was planning to have Mr. J. F.
, Morgan become the president of the
tirst National Bank," said
Macfarlane. "Is a wrong one. I will
tell you how it was that Mr. Morgan's hcre nor have r any !nstrucu0ns fjHa
name came to b mentioned for the the Anglo-Californian Bank to try to
presidenc-v of bank- .secure the presidencv for Mr. Mor-
"When I was in San Francisco, Mr. g.
Steinhan, the senior manager in the'
Anglo-California Bank of San Francis-
vw ami L.UUUUU, ncut iur UIG lO buv
. t ,r ,r t , , i
that Mr. Morgan had arrived and that ,
he ha(, brought wUh hm a ,eUer from ,
Mr rnnnpr r;i;h,or nf Xa vs, .,
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Uonal Bauk of HawalL The lettep WJ
flll, of DraIse for Mr MorMn nn,
ferre(1 t0 hlg stamHng in the conimun-
ity and his general knowledge of val-t
uations in Hawaii. The letter also re-.
ferred to the exIstence of straincd
(relations, in the First National
, i ,, , ,t ..i
, in run jii. vuuiJm uiu -ir. uruwn, mo
Friction of Bank Officers.
'"Mr. Morgan simply confirmed the
-''he Honolulu bank,
report of the strained relations in
saying that there
had been considerable friction be-
almost a public scandal.
"Mr. Steinhart asked Mr.
wnat suggestions ne had to offer in ' would not have sent them to me in
regard to solving the friction prob- j an Imperfect condition, as such instl
lem. ' tutions are perfectly familiar with
"It was thought that either Mr. a11 suca conditions of business and
Cooper or Mr. Brown ought to resign, i do not make mistakes.
It was believed that, as Mr. Morgan ' Tax on Proxies Repealed,
was one of the board and had been ' "This morning I immediately sot
introduced by a verv friendlv letter t0 vork to Iook "P the Amended War
from Mr. Cooper and as Mr.' Cooper ' Revenuc Tax and Iearned that-tko
was the business man of the bank, it
would be best for all parties concern
ed for Mr. Brown to resign as presl-1
denL This was practically the con-
i elusion which was arrived at between '
Mr. Steinhart and Mr. Morgan.
"Just which one of these gentlemen
the suggesti0n came from I don't
MOfiC 8N PPMPTl
ilXwXLVJ All JUUUXXJU .
"It appeared that Mr. Morgan was
the logical candidate to take the
place of Mr. Brown and was perfectly
familiar with all bank matters and
was friendly with Mr. Cooper, who
was the business man of the institu-
Mr. Steinhart informed Mr. Mor-
gan that if Mr. Morgan thought it ad- j
visable. he would write a letter
President Brown. If Mr.
wQ " president!
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""useu. uciug uicuuij- iu uuiu iioiuw,.
Mr. Brown could resign in favor of
itr Monran .
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..ff .a f i, .si ,cr0 f v,n
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uiauuasiun ui jir. oieiuuart eui ju.
me and my recoiie:tion Is that Mr. ;
iiorran Bafrt that n wa certain that
on his return to Honolulu he could
Matter Leaks OuL
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jh. -n.b-ii " - Jm""'"' -
not to write to Mr. Brown. Intimating
that such a change would not be ob -
, , . . . ... . .
i to, ana leanng mat ir. urowa
would resist the Idea if the sugges-lable
uon snouia come from anyone Dut
a" "a n " " me manct nai
simply to acquiesce in the proposal.
put forward, which I did. j
"Batt jt appears that In some way i
the matter leaked ont and it became I
the talk that Mr. Morgan was to re-
informed in some manner that Mr.
Morgan was to become his successor,
immediately accused the Anglo-CaW-fornia
Bank of foraiiag a conspiracy
to throw him out of office. Tho Angle.
California Bank was entirely lano
cent of any such ploL
, "I will state as an absolute faet. as
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Jjy JQ UNDERMINE
THE D H DUMT D X X5V
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cemmenced to undermine the parent
bank, which had created the Firs.
National Bank here, with Mr. James
Campbell, by securing for tho cor-
its charter from Washing
"At the meeting of stockjbghlers the
other day I could not call to mind
whether the tax on proxies to vole
had been repealed or not. I know
that a sweeping change had bean
made since last July but did not re
member if these changes applied to
"I rested perfectly at ease, how-
tr" '" f.'f81 a?tf
wj.5 fully convinced that the Anglo-
California Bank, which had sent ma
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tax on proxies, ten cents, had been
"I at once decided to commeac
mandamus proceedings In the Fed
eral Court and saw Attorney J. J.
Dnnno tchn lc nnir nnrncnrl (n ilrnu.
'ng up the necessary papers. The
: suit wHl be begun as soon as posel-
! ble- Attorney J. A. Mngoon is also
! engaged In the proceedings.
. "The matter resolves Itself Into a
case between the Interests of the
otinl-hntrtare nf T, Xfnlnlfin.l nnil
the Territorial organization.
"The matter must of necessity be
brought up in the United States Dis
trict Court as it U a national baak
affair and the Interests of thoeo who
are not local people are at stake.
"Attorney J. A. Magoon represents
interest in the Afong Estate whose
proxies were ruled out by Mr. Browa."
MIlKUfl N NKH I Mil
BE NEXT PRESIDENT
"If the mandamus proceedings
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declaring the stockholders' meetiag
ot the First National Bank to be
Told.' would a new meeting resnlt In
N-o! N-ot neee3s2riy
I shall not
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ers who Is not an acceptable caatll-
date, but I shall ask for an adjourn-
ment of thirty days out of respect to
, the wishes of Mrs. Campbell. I shall
1 bring about a discussion among all
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isut a uxiiy 0f feling for some can-
i dJdate for tQe posst of pre3itjenL
j -If Mr. Brown should resign and
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n0 l0Cal genueman should be avall-
for the position of president.
someuue wm ue ot-ieciea irom ew
York who thoroughly familiar with
th naUonal banklne system
Persona Non Grata.
"Will Mr. Brown'3 action in the
matter of the proxies cause a breach
between himself and the Anglo-California
Bank?" was asked.
"As the representative of the Ac-glo-Callfornla
Bank, that is hardly
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