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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 16. 18
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Glaus Spreckfln Rued by Ilia Son, 0
A. Gprncl'.'ils, for Damngra
Suit was I'Otninciicod jc uttrilny h?
C. A. Spi"e!it'l ininst Clnun
Sprt'chfl' ttr klnuilor, h3M (ho Su
Fraiioiri'ii Call of April 5. Tho
; plniutid, M vicn pid-ident atitl nu
oral maiiauor of tho Suuar Kxfiuini;
Company, rues his father as tho
larost MiH'kholdor in tho ciiiicHrii.
Tho vausu of action in an allegvd
Rtatonifiit uiado ou Alaroh 23 by
Claui Sprfckeli in preseiit'o of ono
Joliuoiin, the statement purporting
to rellfvt upon tho plaintiff This
allegi'd statf mcut was divided into
four catisei of action, tho words
complaiued of lt-iufr:
"1 kvo that boy $25,000 a year in
Philadelphia and thou ht drew out
$2G0000of my money. I will toll
tho whole story ono of these days,
then tho public will see these suns
in their truo light."
Ileft-rriiiK to tho sou's suit agtinst
tho Oceanic Steamship Company,
tho father is charged with saying:
"This is a piece of blackmailing,
that is what ii is. He and his young
er brothnr are trying to beat mo out
oi zuuu,Uuv. '
Another 'vaiuo of action" was tho
reported statement by tho defend
ant that tho plaintiff would pooh bo
bankrupt, and another that ho had ,
"nactuil money." Tho eptimitod
damauo on tho various caues of ac
tion aggregates over 2000,000, but
tuo sua is only lor J.JUO ana costs.
Tho cafe of Kudolph Spreckels
against the Nevada Uauk is bring
heard in San Krancico. Itcamo up
on tho fitli mst. on a motion to dis
solve a preliminary injunction issued
at tho iuslanc" 'if Rudolph Spreek
els agaiust the Nevada B tuk to re
strain it from ir.tureriiug certain
stoek to a compiuy in Hawaii. Tho
bauk desired to fansfer tho stoek
from Kudolph's name to tho Hauai
iau I'ompai y in order to protect it
a collateral, fearing that nudolph'i)
implication in the recent troubles in
Havsaii might endanger the Eucuri
tie. Attorney Delmas for tho defend
ant opened will) n reviow of tho cir
cutustaiicoi leading up to tho suit.
Ho said that about a jear ago cer
tain transactions between Clans
Spreckols anil C. A. Spreekolsjiad
led to the irauxfor of certain pro
perty from father to sou, and in
security of repayment C. A. Spreck
ols had pledged certain stock to his
father. Kuuolph Sprockets, as part
surety for his brother, had pledged
to his ftthor GOOO shares in l'aauhau
nidation Company in Hawaii.
This transaction tas consummated
last hear, being evidenced in a for
mal written agreement or contract.
Among tho securities for tho repay
ment wore tho COO!) shares of
Rudolph, now worth &00000. which
were transferred to tho Nevada
Bank. Subsequently, about the first
of tho jour, C. A. Spreikels paid tho
first installment of his debt and was
given back half his security, includ
ing 2o00 shares of tho l'aauhau
Plantation stock Later tho bauk
heard that lludolf Spreckols had
become implicated in tho Hawaiian
revolution, and to protect itself pro ,
pn.sed to tend tho remaining 2."(J0
l'anuliau t-ha res to tho Hawaiian
It-lands to transfer thorn to tho com
pany there and thus complete tho
pledge. Now Iiudolf claimed ho
stood in danger of irreparable iujury i
by the transfer.
Mr. Dolmas referred to tho allega
tion of lludolf Sprockets that a
parole agreement had been made
cpialifyiug the written agreement as
improbable. Ho said it was vouchtd
for by tho platntiir alone, while it
was neuied by Clans Spreckols, J. D.
Spreckels (attorney-in-fact for his
father) and by tho Nevada Bank. It
was contrary to law and common-'
seuM) that men dealing in hundreds
of thout-auds of dollars should re
duce au understanding toafoleinu'
written agreeineut aud then qualify I
or annihilate it by au oral ay roe-'
Attorney Colo, for Iiudolf Soreck-1
el", then gave his vers on of tho
affair. He said that on January 1,
lb'Jl, Claim Spreckels had made over
property of great value to his sou,
C. A. Spreckels, to bo paid for iu
two years. lludolf Spreckols possess
ed L000 shares of l'aauhau stoek,
which stood iu tho name of Glaus
Sprockels iu tho books of tho com
pany. Iiudolf claimed that lie had ,
put up this ttock as security for his
brother on condition that his father
trausfer tho shares to him and they
bo retrausferred to his father in
blank on tho understanding thai
they should not bo transferred out
of Kudolf's name until after tho
maturity of thodubt of O. A. Sprock
els. This agreeineut were colla
teral to tho written coutract. Tho
security was assigned to tho
Nevada Biuk in December, 1891. Of
tho debt &).rl,7r0 had been paid aud
as much romaimd due in 181)0, being
fully socured. But in tho meantime
the bauk threatened to send this
stock, part of tho security, to Ha
waii lor tho purpose, Mr. Colo said,
of preventing lludolf from voting
tho same and put him to expeusr.
This proposed move would also de
prive him of tho right to rederm hii
indebtedness at any time at tho con
Delmas denied that there was any
intention to prevent lludolf from
voting tho tock, nd paid n proxy
wa at his service if ho desired it.
Then testimony was called as to
tho alleged imrolo agreement.
Charles S. Wheeler, ono of tho at
torneys for C. A. SpreckoN, aud W.
S. Good fellow, attorney for tho
bank, thought that such an agree
ment might have bou understood
after the execution of tho contract.
But John P Bigelow, ico president,
and I. W. H-lbnau. president, of the
Nevsda Bauk, John D. Sprockels, A.
B. Spreckels ami Samuel M. Short
ridge, alt of whom wer called, were
equally positive that no such agree
ment had boon made, or that if it
had been made, it was with tho ex
press qualification that it was de
pendent on expediency. ''There
should bono further transfers uu
less it should prove necessary," was
Then attorney Colo argued on tho
law of tlio subject, and tho case
went over until next morning.
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