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"STS"" r Jwn7 . T iC,5!W,,r-w ( lurif' r".i--- ', (.t. READERS LIK54crfAf yERTISERS USE IT-EVERYBODY RESPECTS IT. ''..:.,:,,,,. SIcamer Tabic. X a- s ""- f -J s?0CMTmt. y Making low price and not advertising them It l like Investing In a horse race 'twill sel dom yield results. From 8. F. Sonoma Mar. 5 I'cru . . ..Mar. 11! For 8. F. Vcntnrn Mar. 4 Peking Mar 12 From Sydney. Aorangl Mar. 12 For 8ydney. Mlowcra Mar. 15 Evening Bulletin AN ISLAND PRODUCTION WITH AN ISLAND FLAVOR JM tc Vol. XI. No. 2080 HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAfl, TUESDAY. MAKOI1 I 1902. 1'itioi: 5 Cunts. Annexation and Dole Classed as Failures Urge An Investigation JUDGE HUMPHREYS ACTION of Hawaii Irrigation DID NOT '-zw "PR" t Washington, Feb 20. (Special) In nn Interview with the rep tesentatlve of a Washington newspaper. The Times, W. C Htinner, n well known newspaper man of Snn Kranclsco, who Is on a sojourn here salil. "From what I saw anil heard on n recent visit In the Hawaiian Islands, the condition of that TcrrUprv Is considerably worse now than It was prior to the annexation of tho country. 1 do not mean to say that the acquisition of the Islands Is entirely the cause of the present stagnation in business and unsettled condition, but It Is a fact that the people were doing much better when they ran their own governmental program than since Uncle Sam took hold of their nrfalrs. They nccr had any trouble over tho labor question until annexation, for In the old days thy could Import all the Chinese cool ies they pleased. Now. though 2100 miles distant from our 1'aclflc coast, Hawaii, being n part of the United States, can't bring In the Mongolians to work on the sugar plantations though no other la borers, and n dozen different races have been tried, nre worth their salt "What Is the result Sugar stocks that not long ngo were worth $150 a share are today held at 13. Thcro Is a great deal of dissatis faction also nt the way Oovcrnor nolo Is administering public af fairs, and It may be tliat If a mora competent set of ofticlals were In control that the situation would be lmprocd So many people arc antagonistic to nolo that bis usefulness as an executive Is gone, uud though h may bo nn honest man, he has made a glittering failure as Cloernor" J A MIKCKON'S. T Narrow Escape of Three Men in a Small Boat. BRITISH SHIP READ IlitlTC CTrniU ItlWCEDC AK 15 jltKW llAYticrii " " . . ,. n m ii t oi Captain JlCQuarne TellS Of btOrm I His Two Daughters. Are Sailors Brothers Are United. ) Tin op men In a small boat had a narrow escape from serious Injury, It not deatn, nbout 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon whllo preparing to go aboard the British ship Kllen A. Head, which arrived a few hours previous and tuichorod in the stream off the I Inter-Island wharf The wind was blowing strong from tho north northeast and tho Head, In ballast and standing high out of the water, was feeling Its full force as It swooped down over the niountnlus Hestlesslv the big shin tucced and twisted nnd stralucd at her anrhor thnlns which held her as last as n lock forwnrd, but which caused her to wiggle aft like a big llsh with a hook th?ough Its nose The Head was held nstein by a cou lde of steel wire hawsers mnuc fast to anchors on tho reef Tho struggle of the vessel as above described Biidiicn ly caused these rallies' to part Just as n boat from shore, carrying two pas hengera and the bont boy, drifted as tern nfter falling to make the ropo ladder which was hanging over tho ships side. The boat-boy was straining at the oars, forcing tho boat back against tho wind, when, within ten feet of tho heads ot tho three men, something it leaving Now York tho Head inn writhed through tho air with a queer1'1110 howling gale. In tho Indian noise nnd splashed heavily Into the water. When the three men saw that tho wlro hawsers had parted they realized I what thnv had nnrmwlv esinned. All was Immediately bustle nb'ord I the Read Mato Schmelsser went nshora at once and emtio off with As slstant Harborinastci .nrx and within I nn hour the Head was again mado'fast astcin. As reported in yesterday's Ilullctln the Kllen A. Read put Into this port I In distress, leaking badly, being seven ty four days out of Manila, bound for Vnncnnvnr. Captain McQuarrle told a story ot orm last night which would mako storm AMATEUR PRINTING and DEVELOPING Thero has been a need of a place to liavn films and plates properly developed nnd printed and wo havo filled tho want. We are not only exports in this lino hut do all the work our selves and gusrantdo It to bo hatlsfactory A slnglo trial will convince you that wo can do finishing hotter nnd cheaper than on can havo It done else where. Rice & Perkins, PHOTOQRAPHER8. Oregon Dlock, cor. Hotel and Union Sts. Entrance on Union. the northeaster which Honolulu hat felt for tho last few days look llko a dinft coming through a keyhole. "I've been going to sia for the last forty one years," said Captain McQuar rle. bringing out a bottle labeled scotch" and explaining that ho never touched the stun himself but suppos cd his visitor might feel Inclined "and of those forty-one years I hae spent a quarter of n century as master of a vessel, nnd t will stato without fear of contradiction that I never saw weather as full of wind nnd wnter as wns the weather wo had from 1'i'bni ary 2uth to tho 22d Hough' Yes "On February 20i.. we were In about latitude 38 degrees north nnd longl tilde 171 west, when a tremendous gale from the southwest Jumped us. "Wo had nil we could stand for twelve steady hours, the shin strain "1K """'' """ "-iimiih preuj nisi vv kept tho hand pumps and the windml lng badly and Icaklm; pretty fnst Wo I going all the time. "Then tho wind Jumped Into the northwest and wo got It howling iiom that direction with torrlflc seas which crasncti against me uign nines or tho vessel as ir they would smash her libs In. "On February 22d nt noon we wcro In latitude 30.35 north and longitude 179.48 west. Tile gale was still rag ing nnd the snip was leaking so badly mat i ueciiied to make for Honolulu nnd not attempt to reach Vancouver Wo thcrcforo went south and found n little better weather. in npproacning tnese Islands wo sighted .Molokul, being right off tho Leper Settlement. I had nothing but the north I'aciflc chart to go by but managed to get off Honolulu without any difficulty ' Captain McQuairlu is accompanied by his two young daughters, Sadie anil Mia, young ladles of about 17 nnd IB venrs of age. respectively Tney have been to sea, off and on, nearly all their lives. Mia having been born on the bosom of tho great deep These daughters of tho sea nie much dlsnppolntcd at havlug to nut Into Ho noliilu. for letters from their mother await them nt Port Townsend ond. as theio is no cablo here, It will ho three or four weeks beforo the mnll can be Bent for nnd received The voung ladles, however, nro delighted with Honolulu, nover having been hero before. It Is fourteen months since Contain McQunrrlo and his children Balled In tho Head from Iloston, their home, rrom Iloston tho Itend went to Now Wk, from Now York to Adelaide, tustrnlla, theneo to Manila Shortly ocean she encountered a typhoon and on npproachlng Manila sho was almost "rocked by a cyclone. Although tho captain's daughters aro good Bailors, they found nothing to enloy In these terrific experiences They declare that tho last gale, which compelled them to make for Honolulu, was tho niost t'rrlhle of their lives. A Mung man of Honolulu hoarded I tho Held about C o'clock last evening nnd asked for IiIb brother, describing him to tho captain Tho boy was sum innncil from the forecaBtlo and n hap py met ting took place. The younger hiothci left Honolulu two yenrs ago r wanna i-ater no Dccamo tired of "0 Philippines nnd sought to get , away, iinnlly no round hlB clinnco In tho Read Ho vvroto his brother In t Honolulu that ho wns going to 1'uget Sound In the Ilrltlsh ship Read. A ctrange fnto caused the Ilend to put Into Honolulu In distress and the i brothers were thus ngaln united. i though neither had dreamed of a meeting occurring In this way. Captain i McQuarrlu will pay off thu younger mother In this port. A board of survey will examine the Read today. It Is likely that tho ves sel wilt remain in this port for n month or two Sho Is owned by lllackmore . Co , London. Stanford University. Feb 21 Dr. Chas. II (lllbcrt, head of tho depart , mont of zoology. Is to leivo Han Fran cisco at tho end o'f this week or tho beginning of next on his long content plated trip to Hawull, where ho will tako chargo of tho United States Fish Commission work commenced last summer by I'rcsident Jordnn and Dr O I' Jenkins Ills companions will bo I'roressor C C Nutting, tho head of the zoology department at the Uni versity of Iowa, John O Snyder, in structor In zoology at Stanford, and Walter K Flshor, a Stanfard gradu ate with tho class of l'JOl 'lue Fish Commission steamer Albatums Is to bo placed at tho disposal oi the paity Q. H. Derrey's ofllco, 8 Campbell bid. With reference to fierce attacks up on Judgo Humphreys by the Advertiser In connection with tho Kona Sugar Company's difficulties, n Ilullctln re porter saw representatives of tho three large flnnnclal concerns having had to do with the matter. They were each asked whether the Judicial action of Judge Humphreys In appointed F. W. Wundenberg ns lecelver or tho fnct of Mr Wundenberg s being the receiver, hnd might to do with their withholding assistance from the Kona Sugar Company, S. M Damon, head of the Hank of lllshop & Co Bald "I do not care to 444444 444444444444444 4444444 4444444 44444444444444 444 HAWAII'S SENATORIAL MUDDLE IS NOW Washington, Feb 10. (Special) A letter from the Sec-etaiy of the In terior relating to appointments of uiembcis of the Hawaiian t.eglslnturo was transmitted to Congress yesterday and ufcrred to the Committee on Ter ritories The communluition ot the Secretary was us follows I transmit herewith, for the Infor mation and consideration of the House of Representatives, a letter from the Acting Gov ci nor of the Territory oi Hawaii dated December 17, l'JOl, and n letter fiom the Governor of that Ter ritory dated January 3, 1002. both re latlng to tho manner of determining who of tho fifteen members of the Senate of said Territory elected at the first election shull hold oulce for the term of two years and who for the term of four years Section 30 of the Ait of April 30, 1000. providing n gov ernment for the Territory of Hawaii, declares: " 'That the Senate shall be composed of fifteen mcmbcis. who shull hold offlco for four years, provided, how ever, that of the Senators elected at tho first general election, two from th" first district, one from tho second, thice from tho third, and one from the fourth district shall hold ollke for two yeuis. the details of such apportion ment to he provided for by the Legis lature.' "It Bccms to mo that It was Intend ed by this section that the apportion ment of tho fifteen Senators Into two classes of two and four years' terms, respectively, wns Intended to be made In pursuance uf n law enacted by the Territorial legislature, that Is, u bill or icsnliitlon passed through each house sepaintely and receiving the ap proval of the Goveinor or being pass ed over his veto Instead of this. It will appear by nn examination of tin Senate Journal, pages 228-230, 259-200; 275-277. E81-58G, 591-592, and of tho liouso Journal, pages 198-109, 232-235, 237-238. 374-370, 493-499, 503 that tho two branches of the Teiritorlal Legislature, against the objection ot a considerable portion of their mem bership, made a futile attempt to ap portion the Senators at a Joint con vention or session "A resolution was passed by each house providing for tho Joint besalon and prescribing the manner of making the apportionment but It was not sub mitted to the (luveruor nnd therefote did not become a law. If that was ne cessary. Tho plan of apportionment proposed In tho lesolutlon was that of solectlng tho four-year term Senators by a viva voco vote of all the members of tho Joint session. This plan, even If coming within the authorization of section 30 of tho Act of April 30, 1900. was not, however, carried Into effect The Joint session, after considerable contention, proceeded to the extent of declaring J. T ilrown nnd J. I) Kanlil selected as four-year term Senators fiom the first district, anil S. B. Kalue nnd William Whlto selected as four year tcim Senators from the second district, nnd then adjourned sine ilia without designating the. remaining four of the four year term Senators Indeed, there Is a question whether Mr. Whlto was selected The presiding olllccr declared chat a majority of all tho members elected to tho two houses not being present, tlicio was no elec tion, but upon appeal th (decision n tho chair was not sustained "It Is very Important, especially In a new Territory like Hawaii, that n mutter such as this should not remain In a state of uncertainty or confusion Unless It Is adjusted before that time it Is likely to cause much confusion nt the election In thu appronchlng No vember und muy lead to serious diffi culty In the oi ionization of the next succeeding lenitorlal Legislature. "I respectfully recommend that tho matter rctclvo the early attention ot DISTURB FINANCIAL MEN discuss the matter at all We are out of It and there Is nothing more to bo snld so fnr as we aro concerned. Judge Humphreys I consider Is a very able commercial lawyer, nnd certain ly I am not disposed to raise a storm nbout my ears by criticising his judl cinl acts." 1. C. Jones, n director of many yen In C llrcwer & Co., Ltd.. said "'llio nppolntment of Mr Wundenberg hail nothing whntever to do with our ilcclln lng to take up the plantation Wo nave nothing ngnlnst Mr. Wundenberg although I think Mr. Dnmon should havo been nppolnted. Tho matter was simply that, after nn examination, wo decided there was too much work BEFORE UNITED STATES CONGRESS Congress and suggest clthei of thi fol lowing methods for solving the prcs cut dllliculty. "First That the two Scnatois fiom the Hist district, the two svnatois frum tile second district, the three senators from the third district, and the one henntor from the fourth district who iccelved the highest number of votes at the time of the election ot the first Legislature he designated as the four year term senators nnd the remaining seven be designated as the two yeaMi term senators . "Second That the Governor, thu Chief Justice of tho Supremo Court, and the Judge of the District Federal Court bo directed, as u committee, to make tho pioper apportionment under said section 30 of tho Senators into classes of two years and four yeai terms . Very respectfully, i:. A. HITCHCOCK. Sccietary'." Following Is the letter of Henry 13 Cooper, Secietury of the Teirltory "December 17. 1901. "Sir- The next election for mem bers of the Legislature will he held on November I 1902 Section 3(1 of an act to provide n government for tho Territory of Hawaii provides, " 'That the Senate shall be composed of fifteen members who shall hold olllco for four yenrs, piovlded. however that of the Senatois elected at the first gen oral election, two from the first dis trict, ono from the second, three fiom tho third, and one from the fourth shall hold offtre for two years only tho details of such apportionment to be provided for by the Leglslatuic.' "No appoitlonment ns provided by this section wns 'made by the last Legislature After the matter had been debated In the Senate and Housq upon several occasions n concurrent resolution was passed by those two bodies culling for n Joint session for tho purpose of arranging the details of tho apportionment of Senators The lit publican and Democratic members of both houses took the stand that I such session was Illegal, there being no I provision In the Organic Act for a Joint session The law upon this point Is I emhndlpit In spf-llmi 19 nf tin. nn.n,il. Act, which reads as follows H&W&ll Wi il HAS GOOD CHANCE OF BEING PASSED Was Introduced By Hill Wilcox'a Bill Are Still Before Committees , To Which They Were Referred. Washington, Feb 20 (Special) Of the various Pleasures introduced nt this hcsslon of Congress relative to lin wnlan mtasuits but one has reached the calendar anil Is In fair shape for adoption This Is the bill Introduced by Mr. Hill relating to Hawaiian all ver coinage and silver certificates. This measure has received the favoi able report of the Committee on Coin age, Weights and Measures and Is on tho House calendar and will probably ho passed at nn early ciny The vari ous measures Introduced by Mr Wilcox nro still beforo the committees to which they have been referred It Is probable no action will be taken upon thtm during the illness of Mr Wilcox J. A iiui:ckons In the proposition for the money (hat might be got out ot a Hnd we taken the plantation In hand nnd It resulted In a loss to us, thero nro shareholders who might have held us blameworthy for tho failure It wns altogether n business question with its' Cecil Ilrown, president of the i'lrst National Hank of Hawaii, nnswired the question emphatically "No We did not know Mr Wnn denberg wns going to bo renlver. yet vo lime nothing against him His ap pulntment had not the slightest lnllu enro upon us. At the same time 1 think Mr Damon ought to have 1 een nppolnted Wo were In fnvor of tho re celvcrshlp from the first 444"44444444444444 44 44444 That the Leglslatuic of the Terrl tory of Hawaii shall consist of two houses, styled, respectively, the Senate uvd House of Itepresentatlves which shall organize nnd sit separately, cx tept ns otherwise herein provided The two houses shall be styled "I he Legislature of the Territory of Hawull.' As thrie Is no other or further pro vision In itgard to the sitting of the two houses except as provided In see tion It Is argued that the legislature has no power, even by n concurrent resolution, to authorize such session Tho 'Home Hulo' party, however, be ing In the majority In both houses carried out the purpose of the concur rent resolution anil tho House and Sen ate tut t In Joint session on .Match 30, April I, April 22 and May 1, the result helng that J. T Ilrown. I II Kaohl. S K Kalue anil Wllllim White were de- rlnred to be elected to scive for four yea is. "Kven If the selection made by thu joint session were legal only four Senators have been elected for the long term section 30 of the Organic Att providing for the selection of eight 'It appears from these facts that dlllltiilty may be expected at the elec tion of next Novcnibir unless some uct Is passed by Congress, either making tho appoitlonment, or ordering n new election, or III some wny providing foi a legally constituted legislating "I enclose the result of election foi tho fifteen Senators who served during the last session, which suggests that a fair determination of the mutter would bt to select seven of the Senators who iccelved tho lowest niimbei of votes und declare them to be the slioit term ed Senators, leaving tho eight who re ceived the highest number of votes to be considered the long termed Sena tors, this will result lu two from the first district, ono from the second dis trict, three fiom the thlid district, uud ono from tho fotiith district being elected nt the coming election, the re maining eight holding over. "Trusting thnt some action may be token by Congress to deflnltel) deter mlpo the matter, I huvc the honor to be, "Very respectfully youts, "Huniiy 1:. coorat. "Secretary of the Territory ' Tho list above referred to by Mr. Cooper is us follows. First District, Island of Hawaii. John T Ilrown, 988 votes. J II Knohl, 887. Nicholas Ilufcsel, 873. J. D. l'urla. 809. Second District, Island of Maul. ' Samuel Kalue, 740. II. I1. Ilaldwln, 711 William White 030. Third District, Island of Oaliu, Cecil Ilrown, 2175. .Clarence Orahbc, 20S1. William C. Arhl, 2017 . I) Kalauokalanl, 1993 . Gcorgolt Carter, 1981. David Knnuha, 1871. Fourth District. Island or Kauai. I.uka Nukapnahu, 317. I II Kahlllna, 299. The letter of Sanford 11 Dole under date of January 3, Is as follows "Sir Mr Cooper. Secretary of tho Territory, wrote you recently on tho subject of the failure of tho Legislature to elect tht Senators who should hold ofllco for two years only, under Bectlon 30 of the Organic Act. "This Is n matter of the greatest Im portanre, as we shall be 111 a state ot confusion and uncertainty nt our next general election In November as to the election of senators, unless Cungrcss shall provide In some way for the emergent y It would stem that n It gal Lrglslutiire fur tho net period is Im- (Continued on page 8 ) Washington, Feb 19 tSpeel.il) In a report to the Secrctnrv of the Department of Agriculture upon the opcintlons during the year of the orflee of Irrigation Investigations Prof. i:iwood Mead, expert In chorge of the olllcc. gave the following information relative to Ir- rlgatlon In the Hawaiian islands 4. During the past summer olllclals of the Hawaiian Islands re- quested this otllee to make smiIi Investigation of the Irrlgitlon problems of those Islands ns would furnish tho facts needed In fram - lng an effective code of irrigation laws The need of such loglila- Hon Is becoming urgent Uirge Investments In Irrigation works to supply water for the growing of nine have made the subject of water ownership nnd control one of the most Important Internal questions of these Islands Proposals have been mado by private parties to purchase from the governmtnt all of the water rights at- tached to public lands. Wist-action on such proposals will be pro- moted by n thorough Investigation of agricultural conditions and the prospective needs nf Irrigators An agent Is now engaged In enlle, t- . lng facts as to tin use of water on these Islands J A UltCC KON-. PiilllWi Ihe annual meeting of the Pioneer Mill Co I. til was held this morning nt 10 oclock In the olllies of llnckfcM & Co The following officers wire elected to serve for the ensuing year Paul Isenberg. president, II A Isen bcrg, vice president, W Pfotenhauer, treasurer, F Klamp secretary, and A I! Haneherg, auditor The above olli cers, excepting the auditor, with J A. McCauilless F W Macfarlnne and II Focke constitute the board of direc tors The reports of the vice president, manager ami tieasutcr weie presented to the stockholders In printed form, only the manage! s report being read before the meeting. The vice president's report states thnt a large number of permanent m piovements hittl been made, the cost of which greatly exceedtd expecta tions A very small trop had been har vested falling much below former es timates Taken nil In all. the financial condition of the company had been very unsatisfactory during the Inst year It hnvlng become necessary to nc- I etlt tari-t. nilvtltA.nu frmn tt... n.-.n.u --!- r.1 -.-.. .a .lu,,. t,.ij l,ST.(lini of the company to carry on the ne-' ce-ssary Improvements and work on tho plantation This report goes on to MM I "It Is absolutely necessary for the welfare of the corporation, that n sum of J750 000 be raised during the fiscal year ensuing, nnd your board of dlree-' tors, co-operntlng with the ngents will endeavor to devise plans how to solve this llnanctal problem In n manner least burdensome nnd most advan tageous to you ns stockholders "Your directors linve Just concluded nn agreement with Hon II 1 Ilaldwln by which the company will ncqiilrc 1111 an additional amount of eight to twelve million gallons of mountain wa ter per day from the HonoKohati gulch, this agreement will be submit ted for your npprovnl As soon ns this water lias been brought over to Kanna pall. the operation of a number of the pumps will he discontinued and It U expected that tho remaining pumps, which will stilt bo required regularly can be changed nt n reasonable ex pense so as to run by electricity, to be generated from water power of the mountain streams whlrh Is now esti mated at 800 horse power at least. "Concerning the condition of your plantation. It gives mo great pleasure to state that the same Is excellent In every respect, thanks to the men who ire faithfully working for the best In terest of the company, particularly the new mannger Mr. 1. Ilirkhnusen '"Neglected und weedy fields have (Continued on page G.) S, S. VENTURA, MARCH 4, NKXT UXIMIRSS 8TKAMKH TO x COAST Wells, Fargo & Co, Express TEL. MAIN 199. Masonic Temple, with American Met aenner Service. i-f-t--f-t-44--t-tv4 -f -- M 444444444 444 444 4444 4444 4444V 4444- 4444 4444" 444 44 444 4 4 44- 444 4444 4444 44444a 44444- 4444444- 4444444 444444- 44444- 444 4444- 44444 44444 4444 4' 44 4444 4444t. 444 444s 1444 44444444 'i ere are none better and few so good none so good at the price as the Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co's shoes Where ease wear and prlco nro con alderntlons you cannot overlook thin shoe Manufacturers Shoe Co 1057 FOUT sTituirr. 4 44 4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 no 1 Judge Humphreys Takes Further Action Today. SIX MONTHS FOR LIBEL GIVEN CHINESE EDITOK n Moves to Introduce New Evidence in Spendthrift Case Two Juries Sitting To-day. Judge Humphreys this morning made the folluwmg luterlocuotry order In the equity suit of M W. McChesney & Sons, Limited, vs. Kona Sugat Com pan), Limited "It appearing to my satisfaction by the record herein nnd by representa tions made to me by tho receiver that It is ImiHisslble for said receiver to negotiate funds with which to operatn the plantation of the Konn Sugar Com pany Limited, nnd to harvest the crop thereupon growing, It Is hereby order fil that said receiver do employ such agents us may be sufficient to care for nnd protect the llvo stock nnd other personal property In nnd upon and nbout snld plantntlnn and. except for the emplovmi'iit of such servants, tho receiver is not required to Incur any personal financial responsibility In nnd about the conduit of said plantation Judge Gear this morning sentenced Wong Shlu King, tho Chinese editor ronv Ictetl of the second degree of libel, to be Imprisoned nt hard labor for thir ty days nnd to pay eoets taxed at 118 5(1 Judge Humphreys has ordered Judg nam ngalnst defendant by default In the ense of Veo Wo Chan Co. vs. Chong Led I'ovv nllns Pow Kee Chan and Fred Meyer, garnishee-. It is a suit for $1000 on a promissory note with interest nnd for $107.03 on account etf merchandise. The Supremo Court today heard Theo II. Davles & Co, Ltd, vs F. M Wakefield, appeal from Judgo, Fourth Circuit Smith & Parsons foi plaintiff, no nppearanco for defend ant Yestenlny Nobrega vs Nohregu. Kan Ting Keo vs Ylm You nnd Vivas vs. Akonl were argued and submitted. J Alfred Mngoon has filed a motion In the Supremo Court to Introdiico new evidence In tho matter of tho guar cllnns'ilu of Knlua Kapuklnt. spend thrift This evidence consists In n deed of trust mndc by Kalua Kapuklnl subsequent to the order of Judgo Lit tlo, sitting In the First Circuit, dis charging Mngoon as gunrdlan. The deed convoys nil of tho former spend thrift's estnto In trust to W. S. Flem. v. 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