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tfcf N fr , k ' I ' . - "j ti ? 2 w ' 4'. EIGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER zr, 1901. POLICEMEN SHOOLD UHDERSTIKD EMGUSH . . . . V .3 y V fm I JUagenumuureySDttya a Eew Words on the Subject. JEWELBY LEADS CHINESE TO JAIL HAVING STOLEN A WATCH, AH YOK WILL PASS THE TIME IN PRISON. Emma Metcalf Ikalka Wants Trustee Appointed Notes of Territorial and United States District Courts. No Session of Federal Court. x IWhea Officer Apaaa was called as a wtUiett yasterday morning in the case of Ah Cheong. charged with la th first degree. Judge Humphrey's took occasion to censure stroogty the practice of the police department in uniforming, arming and JKtiag oat as full-fledged police ass Chinese who can not speak .Eng lish, and who have to testify in court through an Interpreter, me Judge said eraphaUcaily that it was) an outraKe and a disgrace in an Am- erican country that men who cannot peak English should carry clubs and pistols and be authorized officers. This was something, he said, that was unheard-of anywhere else in the United State. A few days ago Toma Abe. the Japanese policeman was in court charged with vicious assault. While Toma speaks English fairly well, he Is regarded by Judge Humphreys as an improper person to act as an oSJcer, because of his unrestrained Japanese nature. Ah Cheong was charged with having stolen nearly the entire stock of a jewelry store belonging to one Morlta. Among the items named are SI watch chains, 12 kukui nut watch cha;me. 70 silver rings, 20 nickel watch charms. 13 silver watches. 4 gold plated chains and 3 watch springs, the entirety being valued at J5. A Inrgf trunk containing this assortment of articles of personal adornment was Introduced In dance. Cheong was defended by A. L. C. Atkinson and Assistant Attorney General Douthitt prosecuted the case. The jury promptly found a verdict of gulltv as charged, and Judge Hum- phreys sentenced Ah Cheong to four years' imprisonment Ah Yok, another Chinese, charged with the same crime was called for trial as soon as a new jury had been drawn. Ah Yok's alleged offense was that of stealing a gold watch from the jewelry shop of a Japanese, Tagu Matsu. When the arrest was made by Doputy Sheriff Chllllngworth it was found that the timepiece was the one stolon from Kancpuu. High Sheriff Brown's clerk, over a year ago. The Japanese jeweler claimed that he had bought the watch from a Chinese he did not know and thnt It was hanging on a nail In his store while he was In an adjoining room whon it was takon by Ah Yok. Attorney J. D. DeBolt represented the defendant Ah Yok. and Assistant Attorney General Douthitt conducted the prosecution. The case was given to the jury, a verdict of guilty being returned after a brief deliberation. Ah Yok was sontenced to one year's imprisonment at hard labor. In re the guardianship matter of EVBlyn Nichols Bidwcll. Jonathan Shaw, guardian, was yesterilav served with summons commanding him to appear and show cause at the cham bers of the Court, tomorrow at 9:30 o'clock, why his accounts should not be corrected according to the prayer of his ward's potitlon theretofore Ulod. Emma Motcalf Ikalka, of Molokal. yesterday filed a petition praying for tho appointment of a new trustee In tho place of Paul Neumann for property bolonging to her In Honolulu. In her petition the ward objects first to the sale of 2 shares of for $455.70 on Nov. 13. 1S97, alleging that said stock was "knowingly, deceltliillv and fictitiously transferred from tho name of Jonathan Shaw, as guardian, to Jonath'T Shaw personally, and the proceeds therefrom were converted to tho Personal use of said Jonathan Shaw, fraudulently and in violat'cn of his duties as guardian." Petitioner further alleges that on July 30, 1S9S. a I dividend of 45 per cant, equal to S90 an said 2 shares.. on' April 15, 1S99, a dividend or 5 ivr cent, and In May. l98.a further dtvdnd of 5 per cent was declared on said Hbnomu stock. latr. It is alleged tho capital stock of tho Honomu Sugar Comoany was one and times, and that the 3 addition shares on that account wero received by Jonathan Shaw. Later dividends were amounting to $120 and on July 3rd. 1S99. the shares in question were sold for $S25. making the total received from them by Jonathan Shaw, the sum of 5945. Petitioner asks for interest on $1070.65 from July 3. 1S99. to November IS. 1901. the balance due claimed by her at $530.55 being askd lso. Commissions of $76.05 and $62.21 arc also objected to. on the ground of unlawful conversion of property to tho personal use of the guardian. .tad also to a claim as commission of SIM which commission was disallowed by Judge Perry, because said gH&edlan had been remiss in the discharge of his duties. Nnmerous oth er objections arc made. The hearing is sat for this morning before Judge Little. Court Notes. Immediately npon the fillng.qf this pet'tlon Judge Estee issued an order commanding High Sheriff Brown to desist from, seBLag the Voeller groiK erty under the judgment and execution secured oa Oct. Hth by J. J. Byrne for 5C50.S0. The Sheriff's sale tras to bare taken place at the soon hoar and the petition was filed at 10 o'clock. The VoeBer property consists of a horse and premises on the Punchbowl slopes. The plaintiff In the case of Kapio- , M, R: rh s nw Minnie S. Desky. has joined in the was expected, only his strong Yltallty demurrer of defendants filed a delaying the fatal termination of his tlon that a day be set for the trial of i Alness so long. the cause. Notice Is given that Kin- Mayor Phelan wired to Dr. "Warner. Ballon & McCJanahan will pre-' ne of Los Angeles a specialist on. sent the motion by Monday at 10 Mar dbe7.???rd3.aslE!2S o'clock. I hiEa to treat Chief Snlliran. but the .jr j j I Lcs Angeles physician found it im- ApedUonwmedTterdaymojl je dt Mean. Ing In the UnUed States District. this hUe best medical talent of " ? " iT "ataei wwaiwu,. aim naa uroa. ui aan riaaastu. auu the California Feed Company Ltd. of Honolulu asking that Paul 1 Voe iur ik utrciArcu a uaojirupu me uuiraen suge ueui uiuS uieia iu the amount of over ?o00. In the ejectment suit of A. Kunst vs. Chas. Kamtnan, summons was yes - tercay served on tne derenaant. me i impresslre held In this city in years, plaintiff alleges that defendant is , Hundreds of sorrowing friends crowd" wrongfully in possession of certain , ed around the bier and paid a last Catholic mission lands and premises tribute to the memory of the Walahole. Koolaupoko, Oahu. Dam- ed. Tears were shed in the church, ages are alleged in the sum ofiSOO.j where the requiem high mass was George R. Carter, administrator of held, and at the grave. The sorrow the estate of L N. Hayden. deceased.) was sincere. The friends who his attorneys. Kinney, Ballou & ' ered remembered Chief Sullivan's McCIanahan, yesterday filed a character as a man. They wept when tinuance of the action in assumpsit the Rev. Father Cnllen told of his of Carter vs. L. C. Abies, David Day- kindly nature, good deeds and upright ton and C. J. McCarthv. life. They recalled his many Idjid In the ease of E Troboese vs. G. F. H. Troboese and Margaret Wong vs Sam Wong, both actions for separa tlon, summons was yesterdar return ed. innuman treatment and non- -i'" "b". There was no session of court all day. Judge Estee ordering an ad- journment at the opening of court yesterday morning until this morning- Returns of summons has been made by Deputy Sheriff A. McGurn in the divorce action of Mary N. I. Gregson vs. Thomas H. Gregson. John K. Kckaula yesterday filed a certificate of his relationship to James K. Kekaula, his deceased brother. Return of summons was yesterday made in the case of Kukull Kauai vs. Kindochl Okada, an action in CASE HOW IN HANDS OF THE NAVAL COURT CAPTAIN LEMLY MAKEs LAST SPEECH IN THE CASE OF ADMIRAL SCHLEY. ' Accused of Unsteadiness of Purpose and Disobedience of Orders Gives Final Review of the Further Sessions. WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. After sitting In session for over forty days and with a record which, when completed, will cover about 2000 pages, the Schley court of inquiry, at 3:45 o'clock this afternoon, adjourned its last public session. To Captain S. C Lemly, the Judge-Advocate, had been assigned the duty of making the clos ing argument In the case, and soon after he had finished his speech Admiral Dewey, bringing his gravel down on the big flat table, said: There being no furthei business, the court is adjourned." As was the case yesterday when Mr. Rayner spoke, the attendance was large. There was only one session during the day. It began at 2 o'clock and the entire time was taken up with Captain Lemly's address. He read his speech In clear and distinct tones and was given careful attention. The speech, in the main, was an analysis of the testimony, but occasionally a conclusion was drawn, and frequently there was criticism of the course pursued bv Admiral (then Commodore) Schley. Speaking of Commodore Schley's conduct. Captain Lemly said: "From my knowledge of the man, having served under his command on two cruises. I hare never beliered, nor no l claim trom the evidence that personal misconduct or. to call a spade a spade, cowardice was exhibited by Commodore Schley in any part of his career as commander in chief of the flying squadron. But I submit with regret that In. the passage from Key West to Cleafuegos, while at the latter port en route to tho southward of Santiago without settled destination, in the retrograde movement. In the vicinity of Santiago and in the affair of May 31st. tho Admiral exhibited unsteadiness in purpose and in push, and in failure to obey orders." This statement was made toward the close of Captain Lemly's remarks. After adjournment the members of the court, Admiral Schley and his counsel lingered for a time about the hall In which they have, recently spent so mnch of their time, and there were many affectionate words of fare well spoken. Admiral Schley, as usual, was called upon to receive the greetings of a number of admirers, and a hundred or more people waited at the door of tho hall to bid him adieu. ALOHA HOUSE FIRE. Damage Comparatively Small Frightened People In Negligee. Flames were discovered bursting from the windows and roof of one of the cottages of the Aloha rooming-house on Fort street, near VInyard flhnnf 11 nVIrvMr 1cf wtfhf Tlin alarm was quickly responded to byjij the department and the firemen sooa "' had a couple of streams playing on the blazing upper story. In a few minutes there was no further sign of Sro and the firemen were about to depart, when it was discovered that flames were creeping along under the roof ln two or three places where they had not before been noticed. This necessitated the freenseef axes and the application of another dose of water. " PUKE SILUfH IS Kil SAN FRANCISCO. Nor. U Chief of Police Snlliran I dead. At 1:23 o'clock this morning the Police Chief passed away In his home at 205 Central avenne His death - cU was in aUeadaace on the chief. - ,,- Qniii.nv frf,rt Mtt,o tha beginnIn?r of ms serioas iIlness to administered last February j0 diptherla. gAN FRANCISCO, Nor. 14. The faneral of the late CWe of p0tiCe William P. Sullivan, Jr., which took ! place yesterday, was one of the most ac. and Krieved that he should be taken off in the prime of his If St Agnes Church had been twlc Its size it could not have contained the sorrowing crowd. The reo.niem high mass was of the most solemn character. Inside the humble church were men of every creed, who prayed for the renose of the soul of the late Chief of Police. TO IMPROVE THE SERVICE. Wilder Steamship Company Contemplates Building a new Steamer. The betterment of the Island service was the matter which received the greatest attention at a meeting of the directors of the Wilder Steamship Company held yesterdar morning.. The concensus of opinion seemed to favor the building of a new steamer costing about $250,000 which is to be placed in the island trade would greatly add to the efficiency of the service between Honolulu and other ports throughout the group. The final decision of the matter was left to the directors but the spirit of the stockholders was dec'd'dly In favor of a new boat The Klnau will make the trip to the coast for the purpose of having her boilers renewed. The question of amalgamation with the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Comnany was not brougbt up. The election of officers resulted in the following being chosen: W. M. was elected vice president. W. Pfotenhaner. aud'tor, and E. F. op. director. The other old officers were re-elected. J. J. Dunne Appointed. United States Judge Morris M. Estee has appointed Assistant United States District Attorney J. J. Dunne to the office of United States District Attorney, left vacant by the death of United States District Attorney J. C. Baird. Mr. Dunne will be sworn In this morning. No appointment to the office of Assistant United States District Attorney, left vacant by Mr. Dunne's advancement will be made for te present Those who know Mr. Dunne feel sure that Judge Este's appointment will be endorsed by Attorney General Knox and President Roosevelt. Earthquake in Utah. SALT LAKE, Utah, Nov. 13. Specials to the Herald from various points in Southern Utah give meager accounts of a severe earthquake shock, which occurred shortly after 9:30 o'clock tonight The shock, which lasted fully thirty seconds In some places, created general consternation among the inhabitants. The tlons were north-east to south-west ".g 0... .. Mr The Robert h It BBTlieT 4 HEAT MIHL Kim AT ILHUrt WASHINGTON. Not. 13. The President today signed an execuure order creating a E&val reservation of a large tract of land acquired by the Nary Department at Olongapo, oa Snbig bar. Luzon. The depart ment now will proceed 'yrith all dis patch to construct at this point a nary yard and station of the njrst order, patterning the plan generally after the Mare- Island nary yard. As soon, as tms is property equipped, a large part of the work now done at the Cavite nary yard wljl be trans ferred to Olongapo and in additirn the latter yard can. undertake re pairs of the larger vessels of the Asiatic fleet, which are now repalted expensively at Hongkong. It is c part of the project to shlD the II v vana floating dock to Olongapo to sup ply immediate docking needs and until permanent docks can be constructed. HEALANIS ELECT OFFICERS. Big Membership Present on Election Night Officers foF'the ensuing year were elected hr tlm TTofiloni Dni riu yesterday evening. The meeting drew! out the largest membership that hasj visueu tne ciuo tor manr months. ' While there were sereral slates, and , a variety 01 canaiaates. tne election came to a close expeditiously, and without friction. All old officers were nominated, but before taking the ballot each declined to serve. Included in fhe list elected were the following: President. W. E. Wall; vice president G. H. Gere; secretary, Carl Rhodes; treasurer, E. B. Clark; captain, F. J. Church; vice captain. Dan Renear; Commodore, Clarence Crabbe; rice" commodore. Merle Johnson, and auditor, Sam Walker. Sharkey to Fight Winner. SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 14. Sailor, Tom Sharkey has-been heard from. I In answer to a telegram sent him byi Manager Kennedy of the Twentieth Century Athletic Club, offering him a fight with the winner of tomorrow I night's battle, when Champion Jeffries meets Gus Ruhlin, he agrees to meet the winner on December 20. Sharkey will start for this city -within a few days. The match is as good as made if the fight tomorrow night is as great a success as Is expected. First McKinley Monument. TOWER, Minn., Nor. 10. Fire thousand people assembled from mining towns In Northern Minnesota to witness and take part in the unreiling and dedication today of the first Mc Kinley monument in- the United. i States. Governor Van Sant members of his staff, a number of Statp offl cials and other citizens from various H parts, of the State took part 1 1 The monument is a simnle shaft. eighteen feet high, standing on a estal or concrete and Iron ore and cost $12,000. Jumped on a Ten-Penny Nail. Tho little daughter of J. N. Now-ell jumped on an "Inverted rake made of ten-penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second "one half way through. Chamberlain's Pain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disap peared and no more suffering was experienced. In three days the. child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort Mr. Powell is a well known merchant of Frankfort, Va., U. S. A. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such Injuries without maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment For sale by all druggists and dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii Rheumatism has been cured in a multitude of cases during the past sixty years by Pain-Killer. This potent remedy rubbed vigorously in and around the suffering parts, will relieve all stiffness, reduce the swelling, and kill all pain. The most stubborn cases yield to this treatment when persevered in. Avoid substitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis. 25c and 50c ' r.. 0. Grieve Co., ir.d Job Printing at. the low fl '. made to the mechanical force m out. orders promptly. In rail any other printing establish' si f m MAGAZINES f w preservative that we give particular most complete in Honolulu and, en hand attests to the Printlner cr BIndinn done vou should Publishing Ltd. Does all kinds of Commercial est rates. Recent additions have been which enable the Company to turn road and plantation work we excel meat In Hawaii. BINDING OF ii w BOOKS, AND PAPERS Is another branch of the art attention to. 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Pillow Slips, Napkins and Towels at the rate of 25 cents per DOZEN CASH. 1 Sfrieily and Sanitary Laundry TH-E GMiFORNlV I' u A. "Modem All kinds cf Mixed Drinks, Beer, 71 V VIDA & GRAY, TABLS 'WATERS") the White House. reigning Princes throughout gods" and wHhin the reach of SUBSTITUTIONS. I GO., Ltd., falulu. -FOR tote We... A FINE ASSOR" MENT OF JUVENILE BICYCLES - CARVING SETS LAMPS MIRRORS 00, 91 King St ?JX JfcUiclJCfcXx trvrlislx JBas etc . " None but the best of Lhfcier used. Props. ytrcTAanr STSXET. a CimiFIEI lITElTiSEIEXTS CUtifti JL&ttrtUcs9U us tki cefreta wiiZ is infrtcd at 10 cent a lin fint wtKrira; 5 cents a Its Mcond 25 cent per U& pr twei 35 ctvts per line ftro Kttis, ad SO cent ?r K pr sHtntJL WANTED. GERilAX taught by natural method; proaciency guaranteed la three months. Address Box 640. WANTED To s.1, StMse nae white Pi. isoad rings; itso 6a opal riass. rea sooable prices. Watcai rvpeurtd ca " G- Diets, watchMoier and jew -Mtr. 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The cottases ceatam 4 rocj; kitclien and Wtk room. No extra charge for bet aad cold water aaJ electric lh;ht& Rent rftso&abe. Apply on the premteoa to J. Lirttfxt, manager. FOR SALE. FOR SALETO tMrnltttrp and f of a seven roomed ofta on Kinau street, with privi'g. ' renting house. Apply A A. tbi oT STRAYED Three red and whi'e bem Ing pigeons, silver bands arrucl rs Reward given If returned to Pi- e Kalanlanaole. irrtf WM. H. BARTH STAR BLOCK 1290 Fort Street, Near Kukui Street P. O. BOX 50. METAL ROOFING Galvanized Iron Skills aid V PIPE AND GUTTER WORM Jobbing and Repairing Promptly attended to HONOLULU T. H. Yuen Chang Go. Manufacturers of All Kin 1 v t BISCUITS, erv CRACKERS, j: i. HARD TACK. RICE HANDLED. Large Importers of Flour, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetab'es WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 120 KING STREET P. O. Box 972. Phnne Whit M1 A C I HVFFCINaa, STOCK and BOND BROKER ...402 Jadd Building... F. H. Redward Contractor and Builder 42 Punchbowl Street. Telephone BLUE ITi'l. 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