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....WASHINGTON, April 8. Tlio Supremo Court of Iho District of Colli a-
bin has awarded Judgment In favor of Dr. Charles English of Washington, In
tlio sunt of $11,000 against cx-Quoon Lllluoknlanl. Dr. English alleged tliut
lio hail contracted with Lllluoknlanl ni her medical ndvlsor fur two yearn nt
a monthly salary of $500 ami h bonus of $3000, ami that ho wan prevented
from fuinilliiR tlio contract by her. No defenso impels wero forwarded to
Washington by Lllluoknlnnl.
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FORT AND BERET-ANIA, 0PP. FIRE STATION.
it Is apparent tlmt Dr. English won Kawanannkoa of $1300 an the pur-
Following Ifl II l:llalu 1'llu ml uiij nun mi i,iuiiib
ugninsi i.iiiiioKiiinni, now neici iy nm
Ills case by default,
copy of (ho document by which ho as
signed hlu claim to tlio lato l'rlnco
Honolulu, Scptcmlicr 11, A. D. 1900.
Tor and In consideration of tlio sum
fit Thirteen Hundred Dollars ($1,300),
this day In hand paid by David Kuwn
nuuakua to Dr. Clias. II. English, tlio
receipt of which Is hereby acknowl
edged, I, tlio said Clias. 11. English,
do hereby sell, nBslgu, transfer and
set overabsolutoly unto the said David
Kawauanakoa all my right, title and
Interest In nnd to any chilm or claims
which I now liavo or may hereafter
Assert ngalnst Lllluoknlanl for profes
sional services or otherwise, hereby
authorizing nnd empowering the said
David Kawanuuakoa to prosecute or
dismiss tlio present suit, now pending
In tho Circuit Court of Iho KIrst Judl
clnl Circuit of tho Territory of Hawaii
In which I nm tho plaintiff and tho said
I.llluokalanl Is tho defendant, I hereby
by this assignment giving and grant
ing unto tlio snld David Kuwiinnunkon
Irrevocably full power and authority
to net fur mo In nil matters pertaining
to said suit or pertaining to any claim
or claims now held by me or which
may bo rlnltncd by mo In tho future
ugnlnst tho said I.tlluokalanl.
CHARLES It. KNT.I.ISH, M.I).
JOHN V. COI.I1URN,
EDMUND II. 1IA11T,
in Honolulu delivered daily to
nil parts of the city.
The Pondl Biry T1. 890
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Clias. II. English, being first duly
swoin, on oath deposes uud says that
ho has this day, for and III considera
tion of tlio payment to hltn by Dux id
ant or which limy hereafter bo claimed
by niniant, ilullvcicil, trmisfericd mid
cold to tho Hald Dai Id Kiiwunannkoa
nil correBiiohdonco of every kind nnd
nature, uud nil copies of all corres
pondence of every kind and nature,
passing between himself (tills a in ant)
nnd tho said Lllluoknlanl, and nfllnnl
further says on oath flint ho docs not
retain any copy or copies of any let
ters or correspondence of whatsoever
nature between himself and tho snld
I.illitokalnnl, nnd Hint he has not tak
en photographs of nny of said corres
pondence or used any other means to
retain In his possession nny copies of
And ninniit on his oath stales that
ho has received said $1300 from snld
David Knwiiiinnnko.i upon the express
understanding that this ntlldnvlt, In
all Its particulars. Is true and that
snld $1300 was delivered tolilm In con
sideration of the verity of all of tho
Hinders sworn to herein.
CHARLES II. ENOLISH, M.D.
Subscribed nnd sworn to bcfoio mu
this 11th day of September, A. D. 1UJ0.
EDMUND H. HAKT.
Notary Public. MrBt Judicial Circuit.
This Is to certify Hint tho under
signed, former attorneys for Dr. Clias.
II, English, In his suit against I.llliio
kntaul now at Issuo In tlio Circuit
Court of tlio First Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, hnvo received In full tliclr fee
for nny services rendered to this dato
In tho mutter, and Hint from this duu
they withdraw tliclr mimes as tlio at
torneys for, tho snld Dr. Clms. H. Eng
lish and nro no longer acting for him
In snlil innttor.
(Signed) DAVIS & REAR
Dated September 11th, A. D. 1900,
iMutll County Clerk shall bo raised
from S1S00 to $2100; Count) Auditor
from $1500 to $1800; County Ticnsiir
er from $1500 to $1S00; deputy sheriff
of Lnhulna from $9C0 to $10SO; deputy
sheriff district of Mnknwao $9C0 to
Moauaull thought ho saw a chance
to give some of tho Hawaii comity otn-
clals a life, nnd ho ptoposcd an amend
ment to Include In tho proposed r.il'te
n boost for several Hawaii County of
ficers. Tlio nervo of tho propositi to
convert Maul's bill to Hawaii use made
tho House gasp fur a moment. Then
Rica expressed his opinion of tin
amendment, and It was not com pi I
iiicntnry to Moauaull. Ho thought II
unfair to Maul to endanger tho pas
sage of tho bill by loading It with Ha
wall amendments. Shingle moved to
table tho amendment. The motion
Nuwuliluo proposed nil amendment.'
which was adopted, to raise tho Kiilur)
of tho County Attorney from $1K0I) to
$2100. The bill in thus amended then
passed Its third rending.
Senate Ulil S3, Chllllngwntth. "to es
tablish a law uniform with tho Inwt
of other States and Territories fur the.
acknowledgment and execution of
written instruments," passed third
rending without opposition Just at 12
(oook a crack nt (he teaching of lypi
wilting nnil other things, wltleli In
said wio of no assistance to a bo
when tin, cmni' to learn n trnde.
Chillingwortli defended tho bill
with conMderublo heat He Insisted
that the greatest shortcoming of tin
Hawaiian was Innblllty to save, mil
he expressed the belief that the bll
In question would work wonders In
President Smith, who hail turned
the Choir over to Vice President Ka
lauin, made nn nblo ilca in defense
of .the bill. A motion to Initio wut
lost b) n vote 'of 8 to 7. nnd the bill
flnn'.ly pasted seroud reading, on loll
call, D to C. the vote being ns ul
Iowa: Ayci linker, Chillingwortli, Ka
lamii, Kuudseii, Mnkeknu, McCarthy.
Itobliuon, Wool's, and the President
Noes lirow.i, ("oelho. ralrchlld.
Harvey, Mooio nnd (Julnn.
Senate Hill No. 101, regulating the
icttlemcnt of estates of deceased per
tons, passed second reading nftci
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record as supporting it. In view of
the fact thnt u direct primary plnnU
was Incnrpoatctl In most of the
platforms, I do not sco how this mens
lire run, conscientiously, bo voted
Appropriation Dill Waits
An effort was inndu to liavo tho
appropriation hill considered by the
Senate tills morning In Committee
of the Whole, and President Smith
hail nlrcady suspended tho smoking
rule when the opposition took n
hand. Itobtnsnn led tho blockndcrs,
ami demanded that other bills be
gone through with and sent down to
tho House, before tho money matter
should receive attention.
ralrchlld objected, saying that Ills
committee had been ci Kicked fm
keeping tho bill so long, and yet, for
Thero Is a throng of patrons nt tic
Orphomn o ofllce toda. all cageri
inking for rents for Die ElMnril Com
oany's engagement, whleb opens Mon
lay night. From pieseut Inllratlun
the "S. it. O." bIkii will bo up nt tli
opening perfoi maucc, for tho lepuir.
lion of the play has preceded It, nm'
ill tho coast nudleuces lire nnatilniout
In It's praise. For n play to succeed
there tttiiat bo cleanliness nnd deei
heart Interest, natural characters on
originality of expression, nil of whlcl
iro found In this delightfully enter
mining play "l'als," by Edmoiul Day.
Strictly EH.al(lug, this Is n comed
drama, with a direct appeal to nl
classes of playgoers. It Is tho sort o1
play n girl can sco and be bettor fo
scclug; it Is a piny that a boy can flint
good examples of honesty nnd vuggei"
fidelity to high ideals without having
iho lesson hnnimered Into him. Tin
grown-ups sco inoro than mere lesson'
In It. They find much to sympathize
with and much to nmuso. Add to till.
Iho clover work of tho Elluford cast
I whoso peoplo aro all experienced Ii
their respective lines, nnd you Imvi
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The Rest Cnmp&ny Mr Eiieford has
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The sale of scats for the first week's
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'Continued from Pace t)
inako a formal cull on board tho cruls
ors Abo and Soya of tho Japanese
training squadron. With theso two
pleasures In sight It Is hardly prob
ablo that thero will bo any extended
debato over the remaining bills and
resolution which aro to bu taken up
for third reading.
Hllo's Hobby Once More.
Tho peoplo of Walkea, Hllo, accord
ing to a report of tho Public Lands
Commltteo on Kcnlawaa's resolution
l elating to n burying placo for tho
poor peoplo of Hllo, "nro In dlro need
of a burjing ground." Tlio committee,
therefore, recommended that throe
acres of land between tho pest house
and tlio gnrbago dump bo set nsldo for
tho purpose. The. report was adopted.
Rice's Bills Passed.
Rico's two bills, IIouso Hills 101 and
195, to pruvldo inoro funds for the
counties by turning over to them all
fines, costs and forfeitures of bnll In
tho District Courts, nnd nil license fees
collected by tho County Treasurers,
passed (heir third reading without de
bato and by unanimous vote.
Castro Sees Jokers.
IIouso Illll 23, Furlndo, providing
for tlio redemption of real estate Bold
under foreclosure of mortgage or ex
ecution, was ono of tho long list of
bills up for third reading. Tho meas
ure provides that real cstnto sold und
er foreclosure of mortgago or execu
tion may be redeemed within ono yonr
liy tho payment to tho purchaser of tho
sum of money for which tho property
was sold, together with tho costs leg
ally taxed at tho timo of snlo, auiHii
torest on Iho amount paid by tho pur
chaser. Tho purchaser shall have tho
right to lino tho property ho buys and
In en bo of redemption shall not bo
obliged to account for rents, etc., received.
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Furtndo offered an amendment to
btrlko out thlH latter provision.
Castro said that tho bill had been
so radically amended in commltteo that
It ought to bo deferred to allow htm
to look Into It. "Thero nro n few
jokers In this bill," ho snld, "that 1
want to look Into."
Tho motion to defer to tomorrow
Two-County Tl III Deferred.
Knwowehl's "two-county bill," to di
vide tho Island of Hawaii Into two
counties Is ii long ono. Its general ob
ject Is to creutu tho counties of East
Hawnll mid West Hawaii. East Ha
waii is to tako in tho districts of Ha
makttn, tho two IIIlos and Puna, while
tho remainder of tho Island, tho two
Kolmlas, tho two Konas nnd Kan, shall
mako up tlio County of West Hawaii.
Tho county scat of East Hawaii Is to
bo J'llo, whllo West Hawaii Is to have
its county tent at Kullua.
Furtndo said that tlio bill was full
of defects, and moved to postpone It
Indefinitely, A motion to defer action
Furtndo proceeded to point out va
rious defects In thu bill, mid said ho
did not think tho Houbo ought to go
about It hastily.
However, ho said, It Is probablo that
If tho matter were left to tlio voters of
tho Island, they would probably decline
themselves in favor of a division of
tlio present county,
"Speaking for East Hawnll," ho
Bald, "If West Hawaii wants to bo
a county by Itself, wo will bo very glud
to Jut them do ko,"
Cohen moved to dofor taction to
Kawowohl opposed this, saying that
to put tho mutter oft ho long would
menu tho killing of tho motion, He
moved to defer to Monday, so that he
might inako tho necessary amend
ments. Tho motion to defer to tlio 19th was
hut. Tlio motion to defer to Monday
liotieo Hill IS I, Knlclopu, making
Iho Judges of tho Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit ux-olllclo judges
of tho Court of Laud Registration, was
deferred iltnll tomorrow because Rico
discovered that tho title or thu bill Is
IIouso IIIU 185, Kulolopu, was also
dcferied until tomoriow.
Doott DIM Passed.
Waluwulolo's lltllo boost bill, If. 11.
189, to rulso tho Bahulos of tho Maul
County olllelalu, camo up on third
reading. Tlio bill pi opuses that tho
Ihoroforo demanded that tho Senate
gel down to business.
Robinson objected, saying that the
Kauai Scuntor's remarks applied to
tho other bills just as strongly ns
they did to tho appropriation bill,
nnd thnt many of tho others had been
beforo the Scnato longer than the
ono In question. lie favored taking
up tho other bills In regular order,
and considering tho appropriation
bill In night Ecsslons.
President Smith Insisted that the
appropriation bill was of nioro Im
portance than all of the others put
together, and should bo taken up nt
once, calling attention to the fact
that the tlmo would soon arrlvo
when thero would bo Insufllclent tlmo
to consider ii possible veto. Ho
thought that tlio appropriation bill
should liavo first chance, and tlio
night sessions bo reserved for the
Robinson can led Ills point, how
ever, and tho appropriation bill re
ceived another botbuck, dcsplto tho
strenuous opposition of those who
have had to figure out tho financial
policy of tho Teriitory, anil nro anx
ious to have tho matter settled ut
tho earliest possible minute.
It is posslblo thnt tho Senate tuny
convene at 9 o'clock mornings until
tho appropriation bill hns been dis
posed of, there being somo opposi
tion to tho night-session suggestion.
School Savings Banks
Scnuto IIIU No, US, to encourngo
saving among school children by
providing n school savings bank sys
tern, proved moro of a causus bolll
than nnjono Imagined It would.
Thero wus strenuous opposition to
tho mcnsuio, which narrowly escap
ed being tabled on ono occasion.
President Smith nnd Senator Chil
lingwortli were tho leaders of tho
supporting forces on tho Moor, whllo
Fnlrchlld took tlio most prominent
part in tho opposition.
Tho bill provides Hint school chil
dren shall bo allowed to deposit
their savings with the principals of
the various public, schools of Hono
lulu, shall recolve pass books, and
that tho money, through tho model
bunking establishment of tho High
School, shall go to tho banks of tho
ralrchlld Insisted that, with nil
tho savings banks -in this city, such
a law was ridiculous, mid Insisted
that bchool teachers should not bo
foiled to uct us bookkeepers.
Quinn Doesn't Like Frills
(Jtilnn opposed tho bill on tho gen
eral gtound that lip' did not hullevo
In "frills" nnd thought that tho
schools should cniiflno themselves to
"tlio llireo R'b." Incidentally, ho
'.igor Eiieford has provided u couipan
of unusual excellence this year am'
nil thep roductlons aro new In over)
Mr. Eiieford has added a great deal
of new material In tho way of spec
laities nnd scenic effects, and each
and ovory performance goes with snap
and stylo. Two other nttrnctlvo bllli
aro scheduled for tho week. "Tin
American nirl," featuring tho llttlo Os
born children, and thnt big. brcezj
piny of tho plains, "Deacon Eights."
Tho usual Saturday matinee will 1
given for tho benefit of tho llttlo folks
and between acts, Sophlo mid (iitrdlr
will appenr In clover now specialties
iho company nrrlvos tomorrow, nm
already many plana nro being made fo
their entertainment by ndmlrliu-
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