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Judge Humphreys Orders Her Re
lease After Hearing Her
Rita C. Tewksbury Is again at liberty
I after a brief period of Incarceration In
1 the Insane Asylum. Before Judge
Humphreys yesterday h-r case came
j up again and Mia. Tewksbury sat upon
j the stand and told the court all her
t r . i ?!. Hhe asserted that her brother
1 A. O. Cunha ha been endeavoring to
take from h-r th- control and manage
ment of her estate and that It was for
that reason he had caused her to be j
sent to the Asylum. She believed that
her brother had designs on her proper
ty and that he wanted her out of the
way so that he might carry put his own
plans with reference to the estate.
Antone (. Cunha was call.-d to the ;
stand by Ju1k- Humphreys and given
an opportunity to explain matters. He
aid that for years his sister had been
subject to attacks of Insane mania and
that for her own Rood he had had her
scnj at thr-e different times to the '
Asylum. Hhe was not competent to '
manage h r own affairs, he averred.
He had no Ill-feeling towards her and
vowed that he had no ulterior motive ;
In having her committed, his only de- '
slr- being to see that she was put In a
safe place and that her affairs were j
Several doctors were called to tell of
Mrs. Tewksbury's condition but she
herself was her own best exhibit. Al
though she was very nervous on the
stand she answered all questions put
to her with entire coherence and intel
ligence, showing an accurate memory
as to dates and figures and events.
in her showing Judge Humphry s
pi' r.-.i u iff immediate discharge from
ut'.dy She was represented by F. M.
Hatch. Paul Neumann and Davies &
Oear, while Cunha was represented by
Kinney. Itallou and M- 'lanahan and
II A Blgelow.
TV NEW IHVolti-K ( ASKS
Henrietta M. Toopood is weary of
Ways of the Chinese Sales
Yesterday was 'funny" day In the
Dtatffli t Court, and more mirth was pro
voked than on all the preceding days of
the Weak put together. Several of the
l esS were farcical to an absurd degree,
b.-ing of the hurricane In a poibowl or
der. Another feature of the session
was the wide range of linguistic attain
ment displayed by the various defen
dants; it was a regular diet of lan
guages, no less than four different In
terpreters being brought Into requisi
tion. Malawhisgi. a wild-eyed Pole, charg
ed with taking several "drops" too
much, could nut make himself under
stood. He g"stlculated wildly, and at
last a fellow countryman, approaching
s.-v.-n feet high, undertook to explain,
j without success, however. The court
meanwhile glanced at the high man and
i marked to itself that it was a pretty
long pole. Judge Wilcox, it being found
impossible to converse with the defen
dant, told him to go, adding that if
he was drunfc as charged, he repri
manded him, and if not, no one would
be any the wiser. On being notified of
his release, Malawhiski, whose name
being Interpreted, means "bad whisky,"
bolted out of the courtroom like a scar
I ed raobit.
C. Ingrum. charged with using pro
fane and vulgar language, was arrested
on the complaint of two native ladies,
j one of whom took the stand and testi
fied as follows: "I went Into a Chinese
store on King street and told defendant
who Is a salesman In the place, that I
u .inted to buy a hat. He asked if I
had any money, and I told him he must
DC bMMUM to think I would go shopping
without money. He said I only came
to look at things, and not to buy, and
told me to get out. I refused and he
called me "hua pilau,' which means 'a
had egg.' " At this point the Deputy
Bbetifl intervened with the result that
Hawaii Land Co.
Capital Stock $100,000.
Capital, paid up $55,000.
j W. C. Achl President & Managei
m. K. Nakulna Vice-President
J. Makalnal Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lands in all parts of the Ha
waiian Islands; and also has houses Is.
the City of Honolulu for rent.
n m urn
Incorporated Under Uie Laws
Republic of Hawaii.
Ai'iiAJj : 1400,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Ocas M. Cooke ...
P. C Jones
C. H. Cooke
. t. Atnerton kmUttmt reenter
Directors Henry Waterhonae, Tom
May. F. W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tanner
J. A. McCandleas.
Solicits the Accounts of Finn, Coc
twrations, Trusts, Individuals and will
promptly and carefully attend to sJJ
business connected with banking en
rusted to It. Sell and Purchase For
eign Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
8A VINOS DEPARTMENT.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed in accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
pass books, copies of which may he
had on application.
Judd Building, Fort street
PER CENT (10-2 Tear) GOLD
Interest Payable Semi-AnnnaHy,
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This local enterprise assures a fine
electric car service in the near future
which will be a benefit to the entire
These bonds are now for sale at the
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No. 409 Fort St.. Honolulu. H. L Tel. 184.
matrimony and she has brought suit 1 the case was nolle prossed. And now
01 kom rriunrr tract
U,m to n.Mt a left, farmer ty
1 1 V WBMsVs promts
IN MA. MO A VAU-
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NO. 507 KING ST.
HONOLULU. H. I.
Shipping and Familj
G. J. WALLER. Manager.
Highest Market Rates paid tor
HldM. UklDS end Tallow.
Purveyors to Oceanic and
Mall Steamship Companies.
' N 1 'It CD LOTS IN K UU
IN KKKIO Til . t
In the Circuit Court against Albert
Toogood. formerly ;i luna at WaiaiKf
plantation, for divorce. In her libel she j
asserts that she was married on June
24th. 1SS3, at Walluku. Maul, and lived '
with her husband up to June 6th. 1900, 1
n which date be left the Islands for
Victoria and has not been heard of ,
in f. With him, she says, he took a
large sum of money but he failed to
leave anything for her support. She I
has three children. William, aged 16
SJSjrs; Alirt, agel i . years, ami Aia
llne. aged 12 years, and she asks di- '
vorce and the care and custody of these
Kelitlmiola (w) brought suit for dl
vorce yesterday in the Circuit Court
against Joseph Kekuku. She alleges
that she was married to Kekuku on
Sept. 27, 18M, by James W. Bush, an
elder of the Mormon church at Late
and that for three years they lived to
gether. Hut in 189 Kekuku deserted
her, she says, and since then has lived
apart from her. J. M. Poepoe Is her
ALCOHOL CASK DISMISSED.
The ca. against the Benson Smith
drug company for selling alcohol to
others than licensed physicians was
illsmisHil yesterday by Jui'ge Hum
phreys. :i livhHlf of the company A. G. N.
Hobertson demanded that a specifica
tion of p-trticulars be fllefl in the case
before the trial was proceeded with.
Assistant Attorney General Robblns
announced that the Attorney General's
office would be unable to do so, and
tha If the defense continued to de
mand such a bill of particulars he
would not oppose a motion to dismiss
the case Naturally, the defense held
to its ilemands. and so Judge Hum
phreyii Immediately dismissed the case.
ESTATE F MT'KDKRKD WOMAN.
. C. Achi
T. OF H. 4.
Kala Kaalhue has applied to the Cir
cuit t'ourt for the appointment of John
K. Prendergast as administrator of the
Steals of Naomi Kaalhue. who died In
this city on August 6th. The estate
consists of real estat- valued at $.00O.
and the heirs are Henry H. Kaalhue.
I whose residence Is unknow n, and Kala
! Kaalhue. of Honolulu, both minor sons
of the deceased.
Naomi Kaalhue was the wife of Pueo,
iand she was murdered by him In Pala
ma last month. After committing the
murder Pueo slashed his own throat so
the catchword among the pake sales-
n n is "If you haven't got any money
von needn't come around."
ITemura rode a bicycle without the
necessary illumination prescribed by
law, and got off with a reprimand; his
honor ad kMing the young man in future
to "let his lower light be burning."
Mrs. Annl- llcrbst appeared to an
swer to a charge of assault and battery
on Mrs. Itahe. This was an interesting
use, and the smart attirement of the
parties concerned lent an air of bright
ness to the gloomy old courtroom. The
complainant wore a sky-blue dress let
in at the neck with old point lace: her
headgear was a dream in green, black,
orange, lemon and old gold, flowers and
Lhers, and was a masterpiece of the
i milliner's art. The defendant was garb
ed in a neat white gown made a la sail
or and flecked with dainty black spots;
1 in hr hat blues and violets were the
I predominating colors, and the effect
! was simply ravissant.
The contending ladies who watched
I each other like amiable felines during
! the progress of the case, had trouble
ov r the removal from Mrs. Rahe's
bouse of the late Mr. Herbst's effects.
Complainant, whose conversation is
marked by a refined High Dutch ac-
ent. to such a degree as to necessitate
the usm ..f an interpreter, said that Mrs.
1 Herhst came to her house in Chrlstley
I.ane and tried to tak things away,
and thai "ii remonstrating with her she
i-ii re pain in the left side of her
Just how this pain was caused
I she could not say. and it appeared as
; if she had been smitten by some mys
terious agency approaching from the
restr. "I know not how r what; it
j comes from behind," was the only re
sponse that much questioning on the
; point evoked.
At this point two gentlemen excitedly
.!i os'- anil asked for an Interpreter on
behalf of the complainant. Judge Wil
cox advised that the request be made
through the Sheriff, and this being
done, a speaker of German was sought
for, but unsuccessfully. The Judge ask-
e. ironically if there wasn't a man who
could speak the language of the Fath
erland on the whole mounted patrol.
Finally, by consent of both parties, the
son of the complainant was sworn in
Mrs. Herbst testified that complain
ant gave her permission to remove her
husband's effects from hr house, and
she engaged a dray and team and was
getting them out of the house when
.Mis. Rahe appeared and tried to lock
her In the room. This, she resented,
and after a scuffle secured the key of
the door. She denied having hit or
slapped complainant In any way. shape,
form or manner.
Judge Wilcox unhesitatingly declar-
mum i Baldwin.
tL P. Baldwin
I. B. Castle First Vice-Prealden:
V. M. Alexander. Second Vlce-Preldcn
I. P. Cooke Treasure?
W. O. Smith Secretary and Audit
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Approved Security. Commercial and
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change Bought and BoU.
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at bank building on Merchant
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Olaa Sugar Company,
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Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klhet Plantation Co.,
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ln.erest allowed by this Bank at f
and one-half per cent per annum.
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lations ...ay be obtained on application.
Honolulu, September 7, 1898.
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu September 7, 1898.
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Reserved rnnd . .
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TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
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On Fixed Deposit for 12 months, t pes
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lection Bias of Exchange, issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans-
' acts a general banking buatae
Commercial and Travelers' Letters of
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INTEREST allowed after July L 189S,
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cent (this form will not bear Interest
unless it remains undisturbed for one
month); 3 months. 3 per cent; 6 months
3i per cent; 12 months, 4 per cent.
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ly that he was not expected to live"''1 11 n" 'se. and Mrs Herbst strod
Golden Rule Bazaar.
Ill FORT STREET
'4 WOOD FOR SALE
w. a Achi a
T-kls." "His Lordship Leopsrd,"
To Ha and to Hold." "Red Pottage."
'A Daofhtsr of the Vine." "When
Cnlghthood Was la the Flower." "No. I
fofcn trest.' Thr Mn on Whesla,"
Tb Prisoner of Hup," With "TJo
in4 Bread." "Senator North." "A
Vntlfnr n from Indiana, "The Black
Wolfs Brved." "For th Queen tn South
ma, "Cnnita. Count of Albor--toe."
"Th Vote of tb People," "Rob
rt Tournay" Is "Pursuit of th House
..." "Janice Meredith." "A Name to
'injur Wl.h," "Monsieur Beauealr."
Th Autobb graph- of a Orlssly." "Tb
Cad of an Ira," "Deacon Bradbury,"
la Cuba With Shafter." "Trooper
wot." 'The Sign of th Cross," 'Era
sees Octarta," "With Kitchener to
Khartoum." "Tn Hampton Roads,"
"Bea Com." "A Gentleman Playr,"
The Hero of a."
thnusrh the nlRht. but he recovered,
and it is likely will be tried at the next
term of court for his crime.
Marry T. Mill has filed his oath and
bond as notary.
sea Rtsa Administrator, with th
will annexed of the extate of V. M
lbeon. has appealed from the recent
dot ii'ti "f Judae Humphreys In the
raee. and It will go to the Supreme
J. O. Carter has fllod his annual ac
'.unt as sTtardian of the Hardee mi
nors. It shows expenditures of $121.28.
and rer.-ipts of 32.5. leaving a bal
ance of $211.31.
out of court majestically, wavine
fan with an air of utter triumph.
Register today sure,
to II a. m. and 5 to 8 p.
Mrs. Maybri' k will be free In two
years. It Is believed, if the usual lenal
forms are observed. The Secretary of
State for the Honte Department Is sup
posed to hold in his possession a slfrned
onfesslon by Mrs. Maybrlck of the
fact that she did poison her husband,
but he will neither affirm nor deny the
truth of the story.
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Office Opposite Club Stables.
H. P. WALTON, Manager.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR
Home Made Poi
Fresh Tuesdays and Fridays.
Telephone 659. 112 Hotel Street.
R. Lewors. F. J. Lo-.vrey. C. M. Cooke.
LEWtRS & COOKE
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and
Building Materials. Office
. 414 Fort Street.
Dr. C. A. Peterson,
Wm. G. Irwin President & Managei
"laus Spreckel First Vlce-Pres
w. VI. Glffard Second Vlce-Pres
a. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. & Sec'j
Geo. W. Ross Audlto
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Of San Fra .sco, Cal.
MCCHESNEY & SON
Wholesale Grocers Dsier.
Leather &nd SbM Findings.
Those who want a fine quality of
liquor for medicinal or home use will
find the famous old Jesse Moore Whis
key superior to any other brand.
Agents Honolulu Soap Works
oany. Honolulu, and Taanary.
H W. FOSTER & CO..
Gold and Silversmiths
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E. W. QUINN,
115 UNION STREET.
Is prepared to furnish estimates on
first-class modern plumbing. Patronage
solicited. P. O. Box 162. W45
Branch of Yokohama Specie Bank
New Rep 'lie Bl lg. Honolula, H. 1
C. BREWER &CO.L'D
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mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugaa
"'ompany, Walluku Sugar Company,
i rican Sugar Co. Make Sugar
Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation
Company, Haleak Ranch Com
pany, Kapapala Rsnch, Moloka'
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Agent t m Cblladtlpbia Board of D
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C. JUL Cooke, President, 0-org
Robertson, Manager; E. F Bisho.
Treasurer and Secretary; CoL W. F
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Water -house.
G. R. Carter, Directors.
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