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f v - - , 3f j& - - i -. "-- ',. r -- i - n , i - - - i , ; THE HONOIlJii REPUBLICAN r - HOXOLCiT H. T, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS, TE I. NO. las. .U 1 1.. i r i h'ttt i CiMPAIi PlfitJPQ Wi" . UBLICAX CLANS PILL TH2 AND THE DRILL BEED REGION. ' Xeaatcn "Hade the Speech of A un Oarapaipa on Hi Bids Two Overflov Meeting. .i.as hsM mtizs at vsrioes . of th Hv last asd the nt ww uttwtiHte. urn rreet ptnd was the climax to a ' brOUMtt 4bpUjrK bj the .am hi Mi Um durlsg the pwt TW Use C March was ' -a afcth. tlMM rr Wsre. There r peott J"ti tbe retii to see -.Jay. IMbmst i followed be j of rtr - formed as n Hlrl the ditwOso of Captain and ha iMw. 0Kain Kenake, . Cp"ata Ke. Major u.d UMMMOt Voter. Ssiae of rstars Ja the jmrmrit' law u.ght m Psrler ia gsri at of tbe eowpsny of Roach Rd- aatoMobUe II lu nuns ted 200 from the VtlAv Straus- ssy' work: Jripie froi tae i aient of Atexamlrr .S. 1'aWw v. ',njt line of re t'i.nuiu ZcWr awl .taff. . Kol- . km tb raagoard flnmboau -Ioli; w.rr brooaat v thv -Hawaiian .ndw tbe rJaderrtiip of Cai.tain Thr Yooair ,Ms' ilepubluau oexu tookios JHU!. and Tbdr white iirfonw. Then the f UooRh Uiton with the "Cow- - Hawaii" at iir:hw.L Tlfr c haad of 200 hirk)' !?- .. the Wilder Stwitasliip company lone at the heels of the mount! i Tha "MyrtJ c!ol" came ut . arryll. TV of i .iljrau club followed these, tiiou v.n blight company from the foundry, with which steamed that nig Krechins: Re- ,. Kalihi corttiiisent marched Uie .rw. llrlnmnj: up the rear with t cam the stwlwart repubifcfcns KaliW. rarsed into th Urill nature wan apparent in the with tfbich '8"f of kden? and official. A. V. n.d thw, other loader. eti'"l i a roirntblw: aR. The ar.dinvv ,!.-d to tiWcall for three ehtr w ith OovrwrlVile entorol at '.is ,r..' A iaffRUi(led friend ber fottte cownvor. Tb re-V-ns a dhwpolatuwiit. The uae aocood to conjure with ,1oetiintN called to onter by o haml. After acveral in- iirs. X 11. Pojd - "' P'!"'" " i us offcer tifljraUe a c..mI ecu i tir hMr. He introduced D. .,. who parted the proeraw off hat foot. Albert I'. W'richt one ' .rli UAoch Kider-. 'rnB Ue prevwl bim'lf able to -n.: I ftchu His words were re- rith apphtW. After some new the Tuxedo quartrt, Paul uade a great speech. He held tlie i-e with hiui through a long and moment on the waue to be settled Tlie other sjeakers who followed Vlliert Kumaukwi. Sam Parker. V. Davis and T. McCants Stewart. were the lcst of the the large tet a" mectine of equal i:iairm was lrthl. ' kd Towse Ttie snwaldug was sandwiched with beautiful singing by natives aud i.o Tupk oimrtet. The speakers in wero: Sam Parker, A. G M. .. rtww, Mr. Coclho Henry Water-.. ii.. Jonah Kumalac'Geo. It. Carter, ' K. FKher. Sam Kanuika. Wm Bell i' ' Mrs. Klkaha. '"' o Meeting nt the land stand was - rrel to comer of Hptel and Miller v John Ijuk presided and thoe vi .vuW not get into the drill shed or t'. tent listened to good republican orator Tbe speakers were Stewart, Jjot Lane Crabte and.GttCJlau. t the Honolulu Iron works another iig reuuWican meeting wa held W, ( o,- pcesWed. The speakers were j 'i. lltxg!, Achi and Hitchcock. F008D HER HUSBAND .. ' DEAD AND BUSIED n.e wife of II. Enoka cameT to the r v station yostrrday afternoon to Uv v fue her husband, vrho hall not been h,. .- 4ace early Saturday Afternoon. ! i.ut Sheriff Chillinsvorth was the uainful necessity of telling her tKi hT husband had Invn actJidontally V"-i and had toen buriel. TV police had vainly' trlrd to find ,, relaUve or friend ef tbe dea'd V an, ll wife said that Enoka left home after tv. on Saturday much umlar the .utfienc of liquor. She had -waited for a - return two days and then se out is nod biw. The shock ohe sutiiaed H'i U discovery that he wa dead and whs painful ta tcliolL The home is at Manoa. Tlw coroner's inquest wa held afternoon. Tbe verdict of the j! wis that the death of Enoka as r aSdoat due to his own fault. Y-v Bond Work Pay Boll. Yesterday was pay day In the road de- lrtwcat. Marstot, Cmpbel! wid out 521.000. This included all bridge workers and fba oroplove on the Diamond Head Road. tut nnivnDJPIT Ill UMIUIUOJUj Uiiuiuuy. IH.2IEXEE DBSEOCBATIC -SETT- ING AT THE OBPHETJK THEATEB. Great Speech by I. B han Tremendous BcDtion to David Fine Audience, Good Music. I'rtac Darid and all the dexoocratic Oo)Mth were out ia force at the Orpber toil owniaz. It as by all odds the targtst democTatlc meeting held this and a beautiful audieactr it was to ii- uk. w! m.nonsive one to upeal: to. Thre ww quite an overdow meeting. auaberiar Wv or People, which was oy Joba K. Buh and others. He hiioVo against the bondage of the trust and the family compact, two . aceocie whuh, by the aid of the republican party, has held the Hawaiian by the throau The remedy, he aid, lay in voting tbe deraocratic ticket. .Meantime there waj a lively scene of the theater. Tlic place had been handwmel decorated with American and Hawaiian flags with a streamer bearing the inscription, "Aloha Aina laka." Jol. C. d. McCarthy presided and a . ven fine native orchestra furnished ex- client mimic. On the platform were John I Wise. K. 15. McCIanahan, b. . apenccr, Abraham IVrnandez, C. W. Booth, Frank Harvey and Clinton E. Hutchins. Speeches were made by Messrs. Harvci. Fernandez, Wise, J. O. Carter and others. The meotiup had been worked up to about the proper pitch wueu Prince David and his associates arrived from Iavid came down the hall and gained news to the stage by means, of iinprovioed stairs leadinc from the main auditorium. He was followed by J. O. Carter. E. C. Macfarlane and others. Mr. McCIanahan tlien completed a very iwwerful ueech. He discussed siutel the idea that Hawaii j" . i could be prosperous under republican rule ami the losicul consequencn of its policy, rrte ndmitratleo of Phiiippine, Cuban and JVrto nscaii SIC- -He counseled that Hawaii should ally itseit ta anu oie wiui the sectipu of the United States specially interested n siisar, the democratic of tho mainland. He touched on rewnur voiorm and then on a feature of the campaign in 189C on the mainland and acain forcinR itself upon attention jurt the lavish use of motiey. Millions were spent there then to defeat Bryan; thousands are boins spent here now to elect, Sam Parker and to defeat David KawauaimVon. He said these expenditure, were Immur made to prove to the people of the United States that tlie Hawaiian desired annexation. The election of Parker would meon thnt: the election of laid would open the eye of llie world to the real truth of the situation. D. P. K. Isenberg, Jr., head of the iimmitip onntorial ticket, made his ad was most rapturously re- ' . -, llflt Hanrahan would le back after the election found a responsive echo. J. O. Carter told a pood story about Jacob and Eiu.1 ne said Jacob was a ..,..i, .v.. .r th.i roniililicans of today. It was the hand of Jvs)U but the voice of Jacob: so now it is live lifliul pf the republican iwrty, but the voire of the P. G.s : take off the mask and youll find the P. G. brand. Then David Kawananakoa was introduced. The houe rose en masse and shouted and sanj: itelf hoarse before the speaker could proceed, ne made a somewhat extended logical argument. He denied bavins sought or had a conference with Wilcox or nuy connection with him whatever. "I do not ask you to vote for me as an alii : take me on my merits ; give me a show. Forget the alii my Hawaiian friends, and think only of David." A national anthem was then sung. cverylody and Col. McCarthy declared the nwtfn& adjourned. r . GAMBIER IB FITTED, Boing With Downing Not a Haakoll. F. D. Haskell pleaded fruilty to the charge of gambling yesterday i the cir cuit court and was assessed $35 and cots. TLe circumstances of the case were j,r rv.Mili:ir from the fact that Has- " .,. i r.,., nutlia' kel! hL jwcap ... -v- ; . " for arry!n? U afternoon session began Judce n vj. cr jjat that should revs was no more than comfortably weains. Hfleuw. awinst him ea'ted when he ralll for Yida. An ex- w wui .vuuu "vfUini thatblanatin was askeil and Vida admitted was the auction. It was u''c', , . , ... , .... . . it was Haskell who apivared oa " 3 r th tiruo T tA IWninf mill. " ! had a hand in ihc fracas, he says. snake but the jwb'ce took him i and at the station a revolver yas founj on his ivrson. He was txied ior this and given four months. The fact of tils hav ing been in prion was nrjwd by Deputj Attorney General Catbcart as again; the man and he asked for a hear" fine., The court allowed .Haskell to tell V story, which was to the effect that he wj uot a professional carchler. but a harnr maker, lie had been hanker for a w in a ganje of ynaJ Judge llumphreysf brttsiked aside h lownIaff cirumtaace. saying anfi other things that Downing is not $ victed of any crime as yet and is tl fore presumed to be innocent. passing the fia tlie judge told Ha that if he ever -was brought befor court acain for, gainblicx be won J suit to the reef; ZSDBPESlJSSTi LISTED ?A- Tis:rrLr to roua EoURi OF FIERY SPEECHES. uniea Glories .n Irjavinr KiJ Italian Wife "vThen Sh" Vt'&a About to . Become a 2Totber. n .- ., iir Wiicos trtr. S AUtT Uiioi .aaj - --. -.:-. -. hrl.I before tlhf old tiih church ruia, wa not lacking in en J thusiasm. The marchers were the first ., prnnnJ: the si"eikers and audience ere the last to o home for a brief nisi j until the act of today. Wikos, the star performer, never for a nwwent lor hb. ardonic smile and in hts speech, which was the clowns one 01 toe aisat. made a substantial confession of tie big- amy expose of the fcunday Kepomicaii. Each in turn and there were rood dozen of'them seemed to take it tor granted that all of the voten, of their party in particular iwl ueeu oi wing asamt getting drunk for tins one tla. The audience faiiwl to take uSptwe,' at the caution and cheered ?ood even when .lames Quinn. after a exhortation, picked tip a bottle and drank tin contents at a pulp. .lohu Emmeluth. Mho U heralded is the man who is going to fiiake some uuejbtruiJi (.,ially yet I think we jaWh for tlie Hawaiian peopI, uejivered'i, an ;iiMstrophe to the ruins ot the church, the blame of its .:.i-ii-.i jrd 0j hejuh, fathered ny the mission anes. "Hell is full of Mrt men than 'some of these professing Chrisiiii9," he shouted. These utterances aroused .enthusiasm. Some cheering was started in the outskirts of the crowd, probably by repubjkyns or democrats to disturb the meeting. "TTiere you hear ifcegpns of hell; down, with "the wretches," said ijmmeluth. Jesse Makainni likened George Mark- ham to Judas Iscariot. S. IC. Pua waved tlie old Hawaiian ensign and Kaulia danced a sort of can-can in an imitation of snakes. Tlie missionaries he jaid wore ih .snako. -avid Kanuha, in a poetical flight,. ,eU h? poor working Davids "itTQolinth'of ' " rkhc. - . ' Wilcox, th? favorite orator of-the evening, was not until near midnight. When he arose tlui crowd gae a cheer. Wikox likeil that and wanted more of it. So he waved his fmnd.in a circle a few times like a throwing a lasso to charm a street which meant for tJn crowd to cheer hir1 a fov inmates longer, Quifin, fljp fust speaker of the ctentug. bad tried the 8us;e experiment to lieJp applaud himself, hut mrde a dismal fuiluro of t. Wilcox, hwe Mark Twain with his paid iov." of laughers, was very successful and everybody cheered with a will at the siguM. He smiled and wiiit on. T'le would-be congresman waded right jyti) the bigamy charge. He made a clenn brfitsr of it iike wheu Grover Cleveland under n slmilrtr ch.ml sut tlie famous telegram, "Tell the truth," He did it nicer than Cleveland, for he said that he left the Italian woman when she followed him to America and was about tp give birth to a child by him. because he liked tUu? women yf Jjis own race better. This nice little bit ot flattery biouglit forth' a mighty cheer of soprano voices, and a flush of pride went atound quicker than a wireless telegram. Wilcox dropged the subject without sajiug that he 13 Of he was not mniricd "to the Italian iomrtii,' lie Wd 1'? 1! sticiaod with 'the best society- of Europe where maulpod and character counted for more thanjuioney, hence lie thought- he could hold tip his end at Washington. Tlfc meetinc was a larse one and all of the Jpeakers received respectful attention ' No seats were provided for the which, standing for some four hourl cheered, apidauded and laughed at the fopcr times. $ JTHpB VI DA WAS SnSTAKEX TbOglit There Would be Ifo Court j Until After Election. Ifary Vifla bought there was no need of jsPuJhUpp t a summons as juror yeojrday morning at 10 o'clock. He implied that no court would be held unttafter election. He will pay a ?23 finejfpr his failure to obey the sutftr mc. 'esterday mornitifr when court for the November term all of the m jurors answered to their names Vida. A bench warrant was issued iim rottirnrJi!. nt f n'rioot "Ven I -- -.--- --v -- - -- --. -- ? that he knew the hour and minute o? the summons, but he did not th a there would be any court. I-e thinks differently now. A I.aboror Accidantally Antojoje Kukasi, a laborer, was crushed t death beneath the wheels of a drfbjer car in the Kakaako district Sunday morning. He -was standias on the rear step of the engine tender on which some crowbars wer ling. The? extended teyund the end of tne step and. striking an oltruotSon. thivv? beneath the "wboeis. His leu?. 1Kf9 1 crushed. He was Ubra (o lb Qaeea'sf hospital! -where be iieit a few hosrs later.! A eowner .iaquest va held sestcrday,; the krr'anr that the tSatfc ,! accideBtal. s. RepuWicaniim means esal rights. Vote, ths' ticket straigbt., - wJbk uhim i fHE ERUT LEIKB CSJ&JEHA2T XSWXDY IS 1TJM OP A VICTOKT FOX TSS BEPTTBLIOAHS. Colonai McCarthy ia Equally Co- fittest Success -Sob Wilcox -Will tur so .Figure. . -. - -!.. t ?" i'dlitscsans are caarr anoat priag out . .,",. .. forar x caunsmiHi..oi coarse lethiai.'anu what-they do ay is Let n corded : X, Kenirfdy icaairman of the tepabKan cenfraJ connnittWf Mid lat iteutt: . 'The republican campaign draws to a iW i.th brfeht prospects for the whole tet iTse wora 'OX' tne campaign cas t 7ut gdiirirably. The mt ot lite party, the candtaates ana tin tivjoon by the cojamitte Ipr duty at Lvadatuarters, havL,tiaccA?inf jt Ubored. anf tfa jj.e cve e election we are deut that the battle is won. The fight tm made for thewhole ticket. It ,il?j,t iiazardous to predict a clean wei fiH if would not- sanri! me to et? rcpuWicftU di?, Tlie laturns from ouuide Islands will ot n: with "Sam Parker away ahead. It iimv ii found that on Kauai the ticket Ctai,. chance there. On this is- ja, M Aur m.iko a fjpe showing. I re- . . olfee" ti - lirewilms ranu'f rheiv i more "or ibi? nncertninty UlltH the t oie is " So I would rather uot'bViooredlBut: I feel satisfied with the coxnwstj'of tCeampaign and can see no ixjuMution of defeat. f Ttn r.Jarn sent in by precinct managers arc of" Hie datteftnu spjt. carefully gleaned by the field workers. antl granting a leeway for a lar" infection, and btlll leave big room for VK'tory." ; Tho Denioeratic id, C. J." McCarthy, "cxmirtnan of the rerritoria! central committee, i confidently on tbe elecUeat'of Iti.- athe dtlegate to ooncKSe "We have made a good., fight. with 1.. all odds'the best all !round ticket f prcenii by any parry, and we count coiildm lj op its merits to cgmmand I the vot -, of reasoning aud subsjaqtial dt'yjus. Or reports up to date .warrant u ju the .ei;ef thnt Davidwill ilb w strong from the' beginning and i.as steadilj growing. I do not plate lite vote in Oahu at much beyond b.ffep, despite a sightly larger ind we believe the fyjioripf a fair loreii't of the ilifa il'nrli David 2.500; Wilcov. J.'JUOs Parker, 1,700. "v have .every reason to believe that '.hi- democratic legislative ticket will develop atidiclent strength on the other u give us both houses of that body and tl a? guarantee the people good, safe mil u .-e legislation. We llieye that we will have a tine niajgrity. ftif ur . Kei im Onhu nd I am confident that w aic full as strong on Molokai, Kajia. Maui and Hawaii. Wilcox Never Figured It. "I jo ngt venture (q say whftV k n.'ay. te. 1 have never figured on it from tliji standjwint of an estimate." 'this was the answer of R. W. Wilcox when asked for his forecast of the result by a Itcpublican reporter. Tho Republican Committer. The republican committee ha3 made up it ei. non forecast as of November 1, as ; HVp. Dem. Ind. US HI' Ta WwlUajpiH 8T1. 304 S EalOtiu 1.1 12 10 1.295 293 1.0.1S Kauai. et-..-. 190 3S3 310 1303 4,65 1,105 733 Toteis. ... . . ..5,763 I.S69 3.W4 11,316 Late last night the committee on later advic"s modified these estimates somewhat. The party's chief representative ou Kauai sends word that the 4a,rty vfill carry that island,, NiihU faaa also been heard fbm and there I reason to believe that the republican vote there will be large- 'ban was expected, Lapt reports from Hawaii show little change. MTZS WANTS DAMAGI8. Sues David Uaone for Eviction Froia Property Held by Lsas. Fni Myer has begun suit ajcaiust David K. and Jessie TXaoae for fl.OOO damages in being" deprived of property whKi Myer claims he should have by rensoB of a written lease. -The complaint which was Sled yester day 'tea that on April 1. 1SSO, Myer lease certain Teal esUite at Kawalahao, Hoaolulu, from the defendant. But claims that oa October 2tl he was the prcmitf and sot jiossessivn sipce. He ckliss to have expended fiOO in improreaieata and he says that be is uaiawfuly deprived of J2t a month rental coBalag is froai the property. He say th( be, jj of th ue of a builuing built by h. r.tsK a: a coat and he tacks tb' oc in addition to the amount cjaim for ,. - astw. M lei not ask for restltntion. lie nv. ; - pM the sifeney. 7tu 5M)ma. . .. -"., BasA it , - . f uunpwtw of tliA circait coart. tendsrsd his resigna tion to Judse HftahWB yesterdty. This aetKjt; was takesgfcj ig. Mf, Swh a caodidata.'stiisTifc'sm rstfcr tichet for t&e lesislstture. -&& 1 - W 1 jYUl Bring Suit To Set Aside All Land Leases Uncle Sam Stops High V of Territorial Officials in Hawaii. Ever- lease and sale of public land in Hawaii since the 2Sth day of September, 1899, is illegal and void. That'i's the position taken by the Hon. John W. Griggs, attorney general of the United States, and suits tt,t7 be instituted at once in the United States district court for the district of Hawaii to set aside even- such lease and sale made by the local government of the Hawaiian Islands. At the meeting of the "JExecutive Council" yesterday this was the all-important subject of discussion. Of course it was kept secret, by the members of the council, as all important questions affecting the rights and property of the people of this territory are kept secret by the Dole administration, but 1 he Republican, is in a position to state that Land Commissioner Jacob F. Brown brougnt up die subject before Mr. Dole and his "Executive Council." The bringing forward of tlie question was in tlie nature of a solar plexus blow to the territorial administration. Tlie matter was discussed for some time and Attorney General Dole was instructed to at once begin preparations for answering the suits whigh will be filed in" the name of the United States by Lnited States Attorney John C. Baird. Land Commissioner Brown was instructed to prepare a list of all the lands and water rights sold and leased by the territory since the 2Sth day of September, 1S99, in preparation for the suit and in response to the demand for such information on the pa.rt of the national government. 'The Republican has known for some days that action of this kind was to be taken by the federal government, at.d it was no surprise to this paper when it learned last night that .he question had come up for earnest discussion before the "Executive Council." When the application gf ly various companies for the rtgiua in Ue kuukonahua stream were about to be given away by the Dole administration and were only stopped after this paper demanded a halt in the giving away in fee simple of such valuable rights belonging to the people, The. Republican instructed its Washington c6rresponcjert to jay the subject of leasing and selling lands in Hawaii and granting water rights I to corporations and personal favorites of the territorial officials ior private use, Deiore me lanu commissioner ana attornev of the United States and ask their views- as to or & H9i ihe nau a right to take styqh asUcpu tf The position of The gfjpubjjcar yas that tlie Newlands i resolution wljjcli ptnpieteti tjio annexation of Hawaii to the S United "Stat e extended (he sovereignty of the United States over all of HnwaU and that all public? government or crown ss lands and all other public property of every kind and description k belonging to the Republic of Hawaii was transferred in iute fee and ownership to the United State government. F It was further known that (he. United States had always X wry zealously guarded (ho public lands and held them for set- S ilement for homestead purposes, certain sections being set aside z school laii,ds. It was not helievctl that the United States $ ttoylU approve, the leasing of lands or water rights belonging to the United States by the territorial government of Hawaii. ? Particularly was it known that leases for 99 or for 999 years, as some in this territory have been granted for, would be allowed to i stand by Uucle Sam without a te?t in eourt. It was well known that the courts have roneat.edly held that leases for these great l periods of thug are NQt" eases' in the general acceptance of the Handed Proceeding! g I I Xi I s l it any grant could be made. the United States has never per- ft territory to be let without the recognized, by the United States that l irrigation is necessary is of two have never been segregated. that that section of the Newlands "The existing laws of tl.e United shall not apply to such lands in the congress of the United States shall management and disposition," tcant called attention, in his last ago, to the fan that congress ex- h all sales, grants, leases and other granted by the Hawaiian the laws of Hawaii, between the S 28th day of September, 1899. ft since the last named date the at- ft and void and he has instructed ft Baird to institute suits at once set all these sales, grants, upon United States Attorney after learning about the discussion verify the information sent here Mr. Baird at first claimed attorney general wanted to do, in Hawaii, but when shown had in its possession positive in- very soon would be, instructed United States to institute suits in aside all the sales, grants, government of Hawaii since the ne admitted that he had received Griggs upon tlie subject but re- instructions for him to begin to say, however, that Colonel instructions for him to begin sale, grant, franchise or lease 28, 1899.-It is also in ft instructions to Air. tjaira were $ no discretion in the matter. that the practical giving away of in Hawaii by the territorial previous to the and illegal. He is much and proposes to put an immediate territorial government be instructed list of even- piece of land sold, franchise leased, sold or given attorney in order that suit may be even one of such transfers. the meeting of the "Executive why that body was so long in se- ft careiux 10 acciaim mat no ousincss Naturally enough to that select to the people that the attorney had ordered suit brought in the the people in the rightful enjoy- s (orm, but grants, as absolute as k It Wf.s further known that - mined the water rights in any land. It has always been land in any of the territories, no value without, water tUUl the ii The Republican believed resolution which declared that States relative to public lands Hawaiian Islands ; but (he- 8 enact special la.v for their wliat it said. jj The Republican's correspondent letter to this paper a fev Jays g pressly ratified, and confirmed & disposition oi the public domain, i ermuunt, in conformity with ft 7th day of July, 1898', and the But any sales, leases or grants ft toniev general holds are illegal ii United States Attorney John C. ft in the United States court to $ chises and leases aside. A Republican reporter called s Baird at his home last night, & in (he -'Executive Council," to ft by its Washington correspondent, .ft to know nothing about what the or intended to do, or has done, ft evidence that The Republican ft formation that he had been, or ft by the attorney general of the -S tl.e United States court to set t t,Jcc; and leases made by the t? 23th day of September, 1899, j a letter from Attorney General i fused to say whether it contained jj suits or not. Tlie Republican is in position Baird's letter contained positive ft suits at once to set aside everv made by Hawaii since September tion to state absolutely tnat tne very imperative, leaving him General Griggs believes valuable lands and franchises officials and by the Dole administration organization of the territory is infamous wrought up over the matter stop to such action. He demands that the to at once furnish a" complete leased or granted and even water away, to the United States instituted to set aside each and Tliis fact was known to I ft ft v I ouncii" yesterdaynd that is tsv crec session ana was so very nf importance was discussed. body it v-as of no importance eenera! of the United States 7.1 i United States court to protect u rncnt of what belongs to them. - E. 1V5 t 3 J -s' ssS?! -ST-" ' cm cmi 111 III1UIHUI ICr. Cathcart Given Pointers by Judge Humphreys. WAS m HOMY A68EEMEIT attonzt por. POKED A CASE OX HIS OWN ACCOUNT. Little Scans En sett d Tstrdsy AftemooB in the Murphy As ' ssult Csao Hanrahan' Ghost Appears. The circuit court will run it own calendar hereafter, at least while Jasfs Humphreys is on the oench. The matter hau an inning in the circuit court yesterday afternoon, when Deputy Attorns vJencrul Cathcart was the recipient of tome verbal bouquets that left no daubs u to the attitude of the court. At 2 o'clock the afternoon sesaioa opened and the judge from th bench reading tbe criminal calendar to ths aieuibled prisoners and their attornors, U'hen the second case wa reached, which Happened to be the Downing murder csm, Mr. Cathcart made ome remark about not rvudy. llie attorney general shall aa.r be trvuied any differently before tb.Lt court than nny otbr attorney." thundered. tU court, "luless the defente is willisg ta let the case ro over you must proceed.' "We are. willing to postpone." ssld Leon. M. Straus for the defense. He roae Just in time to prevent further fron the court. This being amicably understood, Mocday, November 14, was set for tho trial. TuU tfa ealy a curtain raider, how-Vf far when the assault case of Frank MurpUycraa called tbe accused was not in the xm room. Strati, who was sis hi attorney, explained that Mr. Cathcart had- told hits that it would not hs necesarj for urphy to appear becsuss it )t a trial 'day. ' Choi-court will run It own calendar. ,withauttnY heiP from the attorney tralT ssjd judge. The court demanded B Vpianation from Cathcart of why u bad presumed to alter the caltmdar. Cathcart replied that in civil casea he agreed with the court about the of! the calendar, but he would mit that iu criminal cases there wers times when the attorney general should have certain discretion about the ilios of an affidavit when a case may be called and the like. "There are no secret between tab-court and the attorney general' office," retorted the court, evidently divinlnj mystery' in the remark "Have .Murphy in court at 3 o'clock," said the court to Strauss. "But, your honor, he is gone. I do not know if I can find him," protcuted Strauss. "The attorney general agreed to let it go over." "This court declines to be bound Wy any agreement made by the attorney was the emphatic reply. "Ilring the acvuied into court at S o'clock." Murphy was in court at the time et. He only had thirty minutes grace. Hl cane wiu heard at once. He had struck a man with hia arm because tbe latur had wanted him to go on a spree. An officer saw him do it and took blra ts the station. Judge Wilcox gave Murphy ten days without the option of paying s fine. He appealed from this. He .had pleaded guilty in the police curt upos the advice of a friend. "Who was the friend?" a-.ked Jnds iiumpbreyi. "Hanrahan," answered Murphy, wlih falling Inflection. "You are fined $5 and costs," said ths court in conclusion. T. McCants Stewart represented an alleged larcrnUt cae va not oa the calendar. The prisoner hi undr bonds to appear before the grand Jury. Stewart wanted to make a motion to have the man's bond cancelled and to bt allowed hi liberty on his own. He aid that othrwie tka prioKr would have to appear in court from day to day. Stewart naid there was a certain responsibility about what advice to give "Your bextns and ends wherever you want it to." said thr urt. "I am not here to aaruw you." "Then I move the be put on ths calendar." aid Stewart. "Make your motion in writing." said court, "and I will entertain it." Attorney StrauH, who had ben appointed to defend Kii. charged with malicious burnimj. Informed the deputy prosecutor that the defendant wanteal ts change his plea of "not guilty" to "guilty." Th court was to informed. The prisoner, upon beln; called us, throush an interpreter, denied the who's thing. Strauss attempted to apeloc!. but the court would not let him. that he had had such experiences as as sttsmey hlraself. e Ips.d Commissioner Beturns. Jacob F. Brown. land commiiwioBsr. returned a few days ago from a trip ts the big island. He reports substantial ImproTetseats oa the lands opened ts settlers. Petitions have been reeeitW for up lands In Hiio aad Hams-Ins. "If new homesteads are laid eat the of reads should not be ssM Mr. Brows.