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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1897.
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0;ilmti LU'eimn ir INS? In I'. t ili-iii-o
Vurloim .ilnttrrn hi Circuit Omit
Judgo Curter lias rendered u
decision in the enso of J. A. Mu
goon, administrator of tho estate
of Chung Lung, dosensed, vs. S.
Ah Mi. This is a jury waived ac
tion which has boon ponding sinco
tho July torm, 1890. Tho declara
tion contains six counts based up
on a promissory noto far S1G00,
and two accounts contained in a
book of tho decedent. Tho busi
ness relations between tho dece
dent and tho defendant aroso out
of tho opium liconeo issued to tho
decodeut in January, 1887. Tho
defoudant was appointed agent of
tho licensee for the island of Maui.
After reviewing tho accounts, in
which it finds orror, and tho tes
timony, of which part of the do
fondant's is discredited, tho Court
concludes: "I fiud for tho plain
tiff in tho sum of S2109.2C, with
inktcat at the Wuliato from Mhv
19, 1800, to date, and order judg
mout ontered accordingly." Kin
ney & Ballon aud J. A. Magoon
for plaintiff; Thurston &. Stanley
Judge Carter has rondored a
decision on tho bill for partition
ond accounting of Julia Colburu
and others vs. A. N. Kopoikai aud
others. It awards portions of tho
lauds in question to different par
ties, orders a sale" of certain por
tions, and rotors tho raattor back
to tho commissioner to exoouto
the order of sale, also to roport
upon the question of accounting
of rents and profits. A. Rosa for
plaintiffs; Kinney & Ballou aud
S. K. Kane for tho sovnrnl defen
dants. Judge Perry has approved tho
accounts and ordered tho dis
charge of Jos. O. Cartor, ml in in
istrator of tho estato of Honri Q.
McGrow, on his filing final ro
coipt for S73G2.53 to bo paid tho
gunrdian of It. Ikodio McGrow,
the minor child and solo heir of
docedont. Tho administrator
presouted his petition in person.
Judgo Pony has approved tho
accounts and ordorod tho dis
charge of H. P. Baldwin, oxcoutor
and trustee of the will of J. L.
Blaisdell, also appointed J. A.
Magoon trustee m place of Mr.
Baldwin undor bond of $35,000.
Magoon for petitioner; no one to
In tho Republic vs. Akoni, for
distilling spirituous liquors to
wit, okolohno Judgo Perry de
nied defendant's motion for now
trial. Dofondant noted nn excep
tion. Deputy Attorney General
E. P. Dolo for Republic; J. T. Do
Bolt for defoudant.
Judgo Perry has granted a mo
tion for alimony in tho divorce
case of Guilhermina Avnyul vs. J.
J. Arayal, awarding S25 counsel
fees, S22 costs of court and $2 n
weok temporary alimony. A. G.
Corroa for libollaut; LyloA.Dickey
Judgo Perry has npproved tho
account and confirmed tho solo of
proporty by Nonnio R. Rico,
guardian of E. Browor, minor.
W. A. Honshall for petitioner.
Republic of Hawaii vb. Hino,
liquor soiling without a liconsp,
eugaged the attention of tlio
Suprome Court this forenoon.
Dolo for Republic; Kinney it
Ballou for dofendant.
Next comes L. Kahai and others
vs. Kuhia and others, appeal of
defendants on bill to cancel a
deed givon as a mortgago. Ma
goon & Edings for plaintiffs;
Johnson and Kaulia for defend
ants. Dotectivo David Kaapn and his
Chinese oftieers made n raid on a
Chineso gambling don at the foot
of Hotel street shortly nftor noon
today aud arrested about twenty
gamblers and a chofa ticket pod
Tin; iiiaiiamim:i japs.
Tlio 'lltim IllvrKtlK'itloll Mill
Tho investigation by tho Cus
toms officials into the status of ,
tho 317 Japanese brought by tho
Sakura-maru wns commenced at,
0 o'clock yesterday moruing. Itj
was found that there woro no con- I
tract laborers on board, all the
Japanese boiug freo immigrants
nml claiming to havo tho neces
sary SoO each with them. After
tho preliminary count was 'mado
nud fouud to bo correct, tho Jap
nnoso woro moved over to tho
quarantine station nud the inves
tigation proper commenced. This
is being carefully conducted so
that tho work will not havo to be
done ovor again.
Up to 7 o'clock last evening
only about thirty had boon or
amined but moro rapid progress
has boon made today.
Tho proceedings at tho quaran
tine station aro supposed to bo
kept secret but it is gonornlly
whispered about this morning that
under tho ruling mado in tho enso
of tho Shinshu-maru's pooplo,
most of tho Sakura-mam's pas
sougois will be refused landing.
Minister Cooper, Collector
Gonoral Castlo aud tho Japaueso
Labor Inspector wont over to the
quarantine station at 1:.JU this
afturnoan, aiid i. aucioiou us to
thoso of tho Japaueso who have
beou examined may bo expected.
Eviiiiircllot Smith Hum a lllly Ouy
Villi ot Kt"illt
Thore was a regular field day of
special services conducted by Rev.
J. H. Smith for tho Methodist
church yesterday. Uo preached
once at Poarl City and tho regu
lar evening sorvico in town was
tho sixth raeotiug in which he en
gaged. Tho after meeting hold
would thus bo the seventh. At
tho Sunday school in tho morn
ing a number of thu children went
to tho altar for prayers. Many
testimonies woro given at tho
young peoplo's 0:30 meeting. At
tho main evening 6ervios Mr.
Smith's topic was sanctificatiou,
or tho Christian's second rest, the
first being tho realized sonse
of sins forgiven. Tho text
was, "i'or my yoko is easy, aud
ray burden is light," last verse of
Matthew 11. Tho motive of tho
discourse was a warning against
stagnation after conversion. It
was oloqnent nnd wall illustrated,
aud listened to by a large congreg
ation. This afternoon Mr. Smith
is conducting a quostion box, and
this evening will hold the lust
mooting of tho sories. Ho has an
ongogomeut to begin special ser
vices ut Grace church, Sau Fran
cisco, ou April 1, .mud will leave
horo in tho steamer Rio do Jauoiro
duo tomorrow from China.
4'onri'rt nt Itiiiiiiuiknpill.
Next Suturday evening, tho 27th
inst., thoro will be a concert in the
Kauniakapili church for which a
very attractive program is in
courso of preparation. Tho
choruses of tlio Kuwaiahao Somi
nary and tho Kuniohauioha Boys'
and Girls' schools will take part,
Mrs. Montngne Turner will sing,
Mr. J. W. Yarndley will bo hoard
on the violiu nud Wray Taylor
give a solo on the largo organ.
Tiekots arc fifty couts each and a
full lioueo is expected. Koop tho
date in mind.
lllir 'rct Mile.
This is tho opening day of tho
big corset and ladies' shirt waist
sale at Jordan's. Thompson's
glovo fitting corsets aro reduced
from $1 to COc. a pair. P. D. Cor
sots aro down to $1.50 tho pair
nnd ladies' shirt waists are from
lOo. up. Tho salo will run for one
Commissioner Hawes paid an
official visit to the U. S. S. Marion
this morning about 11:30. Ho was
accorded tho customary snluto ot
sovou gnus upon leaviug the ves
THEY TOLD SOME STORIES
now nn: .lAi'AMNr Tiimn
iadh Tin; 1,11V,
some nf tin. YnriiK liitiiitcd lij tlir
sliliikliii-iitnru' Itiiinlurniilii !
rtillHr I'ricl HlulK'il.
Wliik- the testimony takou at
the quuiuutjiie station in tho
three iuvostigationshcld over the
Shiushu muvu'fj pas-iongers was
supposed to be kept away from
tho press, enough of it has leaked
out to givo a pretty good idoa of
its general nature. Tho 185 con
tract laborers had absolutely no
r'Tviiven whtilrtvcr and viry liltlo
of anything else. Most of them
had only the single kimono on
their backs and woro dovoid of un
dorclothing of any kind. They
relied ontirely on tho contracts
they had mado with tho agouts of
tho immigration company at
homo and snmo of thoso will un
doubtedly bo mado to suffer when
tlin emigrants get home, for tho
Japanese govorumont has acquir
ed a reputation for dealing severe
ly with thoso concerned in such
Iu inestigatiug the freo ininii
giants ouo peculiar fact was pro
minently brought forward. This
was thut tho men had tho exact
amount to land, an oven fifty dol
lars, neither any moro nor any
less. This money was in Americ
an gold, cither two twenties and a
ton or five tens. Some of tho men
whou questioned as to whenco
thoy obtained this monoy openly
acknowledged that it was givon
them by tho agonts in Japan to
"show" at Honolulu and that after
landing it was to be givon to a
cortain Japaueso hotol-kebpor to
whom thej hal to report. Others
rosorted to lying aud told all sorts
of storios about how tho money
camo into their possession. One
follow told how ho had had it for
ovor twenty yeura and kopt it
buried in tho garden of his house.
Asked if tho monoy hoshowod was
tho same as that ho had buried ho
ropliod that it was but when ask
od to explain how it was that tho
gold had only boen coined two
years ago ho had nothing to say.
Another fellow said his father
gavo him tho money a long tiino
ago. His examination was some
thing like the following:
'Is your father dead or alivo ?"
"How long silico ?"
"About twenty years."
"Did ho givo you this monoy bo
foro ho died ?"
"You aro suro it is tho saino
"How do you kuow ?"
"It has been kept iu tho family
"Do you know whou tho money
was coined or tho dato on it ?"
The coins woro examined and
found to be not over five years
from Undo Sam's miut.
This is believed to bo a samplo
of much of the testimony takon.
In most of tho eases the signifi
cant fact appeared that tho meu
hud nothing beyond the exact 850
required. Thoy had no other
coins of any donomiualiou, not
"With tho women it was dilTor
ont. When uBkod what monoy thoy
had, thoy would slowly nud roluct
antly unwind a long scarf from
their wuists and produco their lit
tle nil. This in ouo instance
amounted to as much as $2.85 but
in most instances was less than a
dollar. Ono would have 15 cents,
anothor 35 couts, anothor GO cents
and so on, and when thoy; said it
was money saved from their work
in Japan thoy undoubtedly spoko
tho truth. Tho question naturally
arises, "Why did not tho mon havo
some small change of this kind?"
Dr. O. B. High, dontist,
duato Philadelphia Dental
lego, 1892. Masonic Tomplo.
in: woiii.n m: Mi.isri:it.
Arthur ScwhII Jr. Ambitions tn ho !:
voy In Jinn nil,
"Washington, March 2. Consid
erable commeut of a somowhnt
ambiguous character was caused
today by tho uews that Arthur
Sowoll Jr., son of tho Democratic
enndidato for Vice-President, has
applied for diplomatic position
under the coming administration.
Sewall wants to go as Miuibter to
Hawaii, a position that was filled
during Harrison's administiation
by another Maino man, John L.
Stevens of Augusta, now dead.
Mr. Sewall was Consul to Sa
mem undor Cleveland's first ad
ministration, but siuco thou he
has changed his politics. Maine
Republicans havo shown a dispo
sition to be kindly toward Sewall,
and allowed him to presido at
thoir State Convention last sum
mer. Metnbors of tho Maine de
legation aro likowiso friendly to
ward thoir former political foe,
uud a few of them aro disposed to
support him for tho Hawaiian
mission, but thu cluiuccs aro that
Sewall will have a mighty hard
run to get the appointment. Thoro
aro Maino Congressmen hero who
nro quietly opposed to letting tho
son of tho would bo Vico-Prosi-dont
occupy so snug a place,
while lifelong Republicans are
out in tho cold. Vithuul the unit
ed support of the Stato delegation
Mr. Sewall's chances arc slim.
lllM.Oti.llr.ll llllll JAW,
U'nrnliis ! Yoiiiii; f.mllt Who Mt
Johnson, living at -118
street, San Francisco,
too much ono oveniug
aud had to visit tho Re
ceiving Hospital, whero a disloca
tion of her jaw was reduced. Tho
lady Buffered a similar misfortune
some timo ago, when in a fit of
luughtor tho maxillary articuln
tions disongaged and her jaw
dropped and became fixed in a
most awkward nud uucomfortnblu
position. Tho Receiving Hospital
surgeons found nothing alarming
in the case aud after tho patiout
seated horsolf ono of tho doctors
wrapped his thumbs in soft cloth,
inserted them in tho mouth of the
lady, pushed downward and pull
ed a littlo forward. Thoro wub a
snap and the dislocation appeared.
Tho parts woro bound so as to
niako violont uso of them for a
day or two impossible, nud the
trcatmout was complete
All Accident Avi-rti tl.
Presidont Dolo stopped what
might havo been a serious accident
Siturday aftornoon. Two young
ludies woro drivinc ou KiiiRstroot
when ono of tho hind wheels 6f
thoir buggy camo off. Tho Pre
sident was passing at tho timo on
horseback and assisted them in
fastouing tho wheel on temporari
ly while they drove to tho Club
Stables, tho nut of tho wheol hav
Tho rig had been temporarily
rmt uo at tho Club Stables and
tho missing nut was found ou tho
fioor aftor tho ladies drovo off.
Tho thread had ontirely worn off.
The rig did not boloug to tho
stables and was not oxumiued
while thoro. A new nut was pro
vided and tho occupauts drove off
happy in having escaped without
Itlmln a Itccoril,
Anothor Yankoo clippor ship
has made a record. Tho ship
Cyrus Wakofiold, which left San
Franoisco ninoty-ono days ago,
has arrived in Now York, hor
voyngo of throo mouths from port
to port being a cloan run without
an acoidont. Hor commander is
Captain Honry. Ho sailed the
ocean racer, Young America, from
San Franoisco to Now York two
voyagos of eighty-throe and
oighty-aix days respectively. Ho
also drovo tho ship Jubcz Howes
arouud tho Horn on tho 'sarao
courso in niuoty-threo dayB.
Examiner, Muroh 1.
GOOD GAME OF CRICKET
LOCAI, TKAMS AT
Tin- ollin.-1'r- lMii.irr llclrnl Hip Vo-
ti'iiiu In 11 MiiuIh In-
A cricket match wub played on
Satuulay afternoon on tho base
ball grouud, which was vory kind
ly pluced at the disposal of tho
Honolulu Cricket Club by tho
Board of Directors of tho Baseball
Association. The game wns con
sidered the most interesting of
any that havo been played in Ho
nolulu iu a long time.
A team of twolvo mon under
tho captaincy of tho Rov. V. U.
Kitcut, and which consisted chiefly
of old players, played against
twelvo men choson by H. Herbert,
captain of tho II. C. C. Among
the veterans J.. b. fecrim
geour, Dr. Irving W. C. "Weedon,
Mr. Jordan, Mr. llowett aud W.
Horace Wiight showed that they
had not quito forgotten how to
haudlo tho willow. W. Lishmuu
ployed remarkably well and "car
1 ieil his bat out" for 11 ruui.
Tho batting of moot of the juuior
team was good. Tony Ahlo suc
ceeded iu making a good score
through careful aud skilful play
ing. Mr. Hutfiold and Dr. Murray
played a vory good gamo.
It is to bo hoped that thoso who
played ou Saturday will attend
tho practiso games ou Tuesday
aud Friday ovouiugs on tho lawn
in front of the Drill Shed. All
othors who ara cricketers are re
quested to accept this as an invi
tation to bo present.
Tho following is the score:
.Mil. kitcat's side.
J. J. Lycett, c Herbert, b Ahlo. 3
Irving, c Ahlo, b Mackintosh., i
Vincent, o Kane, b Mackintosh. 10
Howott, b Hatfield 3
Rov. V. Kitcut, run out 3
Scrimgeour, b Hatfield 0
Weedon, c Stanley, b Hatfiold . 1
Scnnlun, b Hutfiold 0
Shillitoo.b Hatiiold 3
Lishmuu, not out 1-1
Wright, b Ahlo 0
Jordan, c Ahlo, b Hatfield 0
int. ur.unr.itr'H nini:.
A. S. M. Mackintosh, b Scaulau 7
T. Ahlo, b Lycett 17
Dr. Murray, b Scanlan 8
H. Herbert, b Scanlan 5
J.H.Catlon, 0 Lycett, b Viucont.10
W. J. Kane, u beanlau 2
A.IIatiiold.o Shillitoe.b Vincont.13
W. L. Stanley, b VincPiit 2
S. Woods, c and b Lishmau.. .. 0
D. Logau, b Vincont .' 0
"Whitehead, run out 2
Shanks, not out 2
Tho following trustoos of tho
Sailors' Homo havo boon olected:
Henry "Wutorhouso, F. M. Swuuzy
and W. F. Alien as trustoes in
place of J. T. Watorhouse and J.
H. Paty, decensed, aud Chas. M.
Cooke, rosigned, thoso to sorvo
the bnlauco ot term ending Dec.
31, 1898, and "W. W. Hall, W. G.
Irwin, B. F. Dillingham, J. F.
llackfeld, A. S. Clogharn and T.
May, trustoos foi tho now threo
yeur torm. Tho trustees havo
oleoted tho following oflicora for
the present year: JameB 1. Dow
sett, presidont; T. May, vice-president;
F. A. Schaofor, Bocrotary;
F. M. Swanzy, troasuror. Exo
cutivo committee: J. B. Ather
ton, ohairmun; J. F. llackfeld aud
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