HONOLULU, T. H., TUJtSPAY. JUNE 6,
VOL. XL. No. 44
TWO BRAND NEW
NORWAY MAY BREAK
AND BECOME REPUBLIC
LONDON, Juno C
Considering the Names
of Deputy Sheriff Rawlins and Charles R.
Norway will ostahllsh
Volunteer Fleet Holding Up Mer
STILL AT IT
The Civic Federation
The political campaign has really begun to ginger up a bit. Yesterday two
real live candidates were put Into the
fleld for" the shrievalty. One of these,
whose advent was announced In the
Sunday Advertiser, was Deputy Sheriff
Rawlins. It has been known, In fnct,
for several days that Mr. Kawllns had
the matter under ffdvl'ement or that
his friends had In his behalf. Yesterday Mr. Rawlins formally consented
to enter the racCagalnst Brown.
But that was not all. Of course
w Rawlins Is counting upon the endorso- ment of the Civic Federation. It Is,
however, by no means certain that
he will gel that. A prominent Civic
Federation man said last night
that, In his view, Charles It. Hemenway would be a very desirable candidate and so It Is possible that sentiment may crystallize about him.
Speaking of the position of the Civic
Federation, Theodore J Richards said,
yesterday: "It Is a, mistake to say
that he stand taken by the Federation has been Inspired by Governor
The Governor, so far as I
know, hns not apprbacnVd-usiupomatter, and none of us have been near
him. "We are not making the Governor's fight at all. We are opposing
OPPOSED TO BROWN.
As about half of Brown's strength
is In his declared
stand, and as nobody of course can
question the perfect truthfulness and
sincerity of Theodore Richards, why
this would seem to be a drawing of
powder from the Brown guns.
Federation will meet on Wednesday
afternoon at Y. M. C. A. hall to determine upon Its course in the present
campaign, definitely and finally. But
there will be a meeting of the executive committee preliminary to the
other, this afternoon. And whether the
Federation will put a new ticket In the
fleld, or whether It will make up a
ticket out of the men already nominated, Is of course a matter to be
It Is only certain that
there will be a man named to oppose
Brown 11 mnn, that Is, not on any
ticket now. It Is a pretty safe proposition, likewise, that Richard II. Trent,
scheme to puU down Poepoe, fusion
nominee for Sheriff, in the Interest
of Brown, has not met with that complete and entire success which it was
hoped that it would by the sponsors
for the movement. The Home Rulers
do not appear to see Just where they
would get oft In such a scheme as that.
The Shrievalty is the one fat plum In
county politic. The party that wins
It has patronage to give out, and the
prospect of perfecting a. very powerful organization In the Interest of future political success. And this, it Is
thought by those who are on the Inside, Is a shining chance to win-- it.
"For nobody attempts any longer to
disguise the fact that there Is a
widening split In the Republican ranks.
Brown is fighting the Governor, on a.
Tho Republican campaign will open
with A whoop on Wednesday night.
There will be meetings at Kakaako
and Aala park, and the candidates will
be rushed from one to the other so
that all the voters may see them. Of
course there will be music and bonfires and all the rest of It. From that
time on tho campaign will be in full
swing, and on Thursday the .Republican candidates will start on a tour of
the Island. When the fusion campaign
will be opened Is not stated. The
forces, however, will know on
Wednesday night what they have to
On behalf of Rawlins, It Is claimed
that he will have the administration
behind him, and that he has great
TO RAISE SUNKEN
TOKIO, Juno 0. Tho sunken Russian crulsors Admiral Nakhimoff, Vladimir Mouomakh and Dmitri Donskol will bo raised.
MAY KEEP FOURTH FLEET.
LIBAU, Juno 0. Tho German seamen In tho sorvlco of tho Russian Fourth.
Pacific Squadron havo boon ordered hemo.
RUSSIAN LEFT ADVANCES.
QUNSHU PASS, Juno 6. Tho Russian loft has advancod slightly.
JAPANESE ARE BUSY.
Tho Japancso in Manchuria havo repulsed another Russian attack, killing 100 of tho oucmy.
RUSSIANS CANNOT REPAIR.
WASHINGTON, D. 0 Juuo C Secrotary of War Taft has cabled Governor Wright of tho Philippines that tho Russian ships cannot bo allowed to
repair at Manila. If Captain Enqulst repairs ho must interne'.
PROBABLY PLANNING PEACE.
WASHINGTON, D. O., Juno 0. Japancso Minister Takahlra hold throo
conferences with Prosldent Roosevelt yesterday.
OSOAE, OF NOEWAY AND SWEDEN
WHO MAY LOSE IHS
NORWAY BECOMES A REPUBLIC.
Boards to Sit for Those
Who Have Changed
He was born in the Islands and made
a splendid race for District Attorney in
the last campaign. And his record in
the office of Deputy Sheriff Is 3Vlthout
spot or stain. He has proven his possession of the very qualities needed to
the successful conduct of the Sheriff's
office. These are the claims of the men
who are behind him.
Hemenway has not been mentioned
in connection with the office of sheriff,
heretofore, and has not been consulted
with reference to the mention that was
made of him yesterday. But there Is
no question that he will be very seriously considered by the Civic Federation. And whoever gets the endorsement ofahat body will find that he
will have most enthusiastic backing.
It may be Rawlins, it may be Hemenway, It may be some man whoso
name ha.9 not yet been mentioned
but it will not be Fred Wundenbure.
That statement was made, In effect,
by a member of the Federation yesterday.
The Republican county committee Is
virtually In Besslon all of the time
now, the office on Fort street being
never deserted. That means that no
effort will be spared to pull through
the ticket named at the Progress Hall
The, managers recognize,
indeed, if the outside shouters do not,
that It Is going to be a pretty hard
The Democrats have an ofllce to fill,
that of County Attorney, E. M. Watson
not having accepted the nomination.
No one has been mentioned for his
CANDIDATE QUINN'S OPINION.
don't think Brown can be beaten?
even with the new developments looking to a Civic Federation candidate for
the office of Sheriff," said J. C. Qulnn,
candidate for Supervisor.
"I was a
Crabbe man before the convention, but
Brown, I pledged myself to support
him and all the rest of the candidates,
and I'll keen tmr nroml
'it it vna
the administration "that li putting no '
Jtawilns for Sheriff, according to street '
talk. Just to oppose Brown, then the
administration should have said It
didn't want Brown before the conven- uon opened, mat might have settled
It once and for all."
reported that tho Russian volunteer floot U
overhauling merchantnion to tho northoast of tills port.
TSINGTAU, Juno C Fivo Russian cruisers havo boon sighted off Swatow,
northeast of Hongkong.
JAPANESE ON THE TRAIL.
SHANGHAI, Juno C Admiral Uri, with tho flagship Toklwa and cruisers
Nnniwa and Takachlho and dosttoyors Murasamo and Sazanoml, arrlvod today at Outzlaff, tho government signal station, south of Woosung.
strength with the native Hawalians.
nominee, wilt be endorsed
for County Treasurer, although there
are powerful Influences at work for
Booth. The Supervisorial ticket
be choien with great care, Lane
of Koolaupoko being one of those certain to be eliminated by the Federation.
ANDREWS WILL RESIGN.
"And I will resign from the Federa
tion, of course," said Lorrln Andrews
yesterday, "if It names candidates In
opposition to any of those on the Republican ticket. I am for the whole
ticket, straight. I am the chairman of
the County Committee."
It would seem that the Democratic
straddle proposition, and no matter
what the Civic Federation means, It
will give the Governor a chance to
fight back. Carter Is a fighter, and If
he thinks he Is In the right will light
like a tiger In the full faith that he
will be sustained from Washington,
even in defeat, it that comes.
CHANCE FOR THE OPPOSITION.
Now;, this is tile chance for an intelligent opposition.
Mr. Brown did
not' carry Oahu In the last county
election with anything to spare. There
be those who say that he did not carry
It at all, although the returns showed
that lie did. A good strong man, it is
aigued, could under the circumstances
take the piize of the shrievalty away
from the Republicans.
should the opposition enter and take
part In a Republican family quariel,
when It could advantage Itself so mu.h
more by making a straight out fight?
It is the worst 'kind of pontics.
There is probably nothing In the
story about Lyle Dickey being named
by the Civic Federation for District
Attorney. Theodore Richards said yesterday that the Federation had not
considered the' name of anybody yet
for any position.
There had been
some Individual expressions of preferences, but nothing more. And there is
no good reason to advance why good
citizens should not support Douthltt
He Is In every way
proofs. This ono went away appeased,
and tho clerk laid down in a hnmmock
and was nwakened twico within a
half an hour by boys with proofs.
Dinner timo brought no relief, but it
moro bovs two more. And
with tho dessert thcro camo in tho
proofs of tho journal of tho last Legislature to bo read.
And then Buckland Btruck. In fact,
it is not of record whether thst last
proof was read nt nil. becauso tho
Chief Clerk will not talk aboi't it
and nobody has seen tho boy.
MANILA, June 4. The Russian losses on board the Aurora,
Jemtchug and Oleg, which arrived in port yesterday, are 25 officers
and 45 of the crews killed and 130 of the crews wounded. Capt. En- quist asks an allowance of fourteen days to repair, coal and pro
WASHINGTON, June 4. Pending official reports from
nila, the disposition of the Russian cruisers there is undecided.
WILL STAY CAPTURED.
TOKIO, June 4. The officers of the captured, battleship Orel
have declined to give their paroles.
ANOTHER LAME DUCK.
SHANGHAI, June 4. The steamer Kuling has arrived towing a disabled Russian destroyer with three crews on board.
PEACE PROGRAM PROBABLE.
WASHINGTON, June 4. Japanese Minister Takahira had a
RECEIVES BAD NEWS.
conference with President Roosevelt last night. It is 'believed the
J. N. IC. Keola received a wireless powers are prepared to assist the President in making peace.
message from Ills wife nt Makawao,
TOKIO, June 5. Admiral Togo visited Admiral Rojestvensky
Maul, last night announcing the death
at Sasebo. The Japanese commander expressed sympathere of his lnfnnt daughter, Lilly,
aged fourteen months. Mr, Keola came thy for his late antagonist's wounds and hopes for quick recovery
He also praised the Russian commander for his courato Honolulu last week on account of therefrom.
geous fight. Rojestvensky was affected at the visit and thanked
the death of his mother.
Togo, offering congratulations to Japan for the courage and patriotism of her sailors-I- t
is unlikely that Nebogatoff will sign a parole.
THE RUSSIAN ARMY.
OF HUSTACFPECK & CO,
Lincvitch's main force at Kungchulen has occupied Fengeswa.
OMINOUS ORDER GIVEN.
VLADIVOSTOK, June 5. Noncombatants have been ordered
An alarm of fire from Box 81, corner to leave.
Alapal and King streets, at 2:63 p. m.
QUESTION OF REPAIRS.
yesterday called the department to
MANILA, June 5. Captain Enquist has requested permission
Clayton street, in the Kowalo si.ctlcn,
to repair the three Russian ships here. A board of inspection has
where the feed barn of Hu3ttu-e- , Peck
reported that the Oleg will require sixty, the Aurora thirty and the
& Co. was on fire. The nlnrra wns not
seven days for repairing. Prince Poteater is among the
ablaze, tho telephone at tho stables
DISPOSAL OF NAVAL PRISONERS.
falling to work, bo that a man had to
NAGASAKI, June 5. it is rumored that the Russian naval
run to the fire box on King street.
When the department arrived it wai prisoners will be sent home
too late to save the barn, but the
WOOSUNG'S STRANDED RUSSIANS.
adjoining buildings were all saved.
SHANGHAI, June 5. The Russians at Woosung are to be
The horses in the stables were liber
interned, the crews of vessels being paroled.
ated and none were lost. The feed
ST. PETERSBURG, June 5. The Emperor has issued a ukase
bj"i was a totnl loss, but was Insured, making General Trepoff assistant minister of the interior, chief of
iiuvintt cAiuicu vijiy iuoi police and commander of the gendarmerie.
General Trepoff is given
Fr)(lay nnd ,mvIn(r been renetted In
)am wenj about m baJcs
and suspend societies and leagues, for pernicious activity, as well as
lume loose huy, u large quantity of
grain, barley and oats, also some suppress any revolutionary agitation. This appointment with its
plows, windmills and other hurrtwnre power indicates that peace will not be sought but that the war shall
belonging to the Pacific Hardware Co. continue. The Emperor is not weakening.
The cause of the fire la a mystery, but
CONCERT HALL DISASTER.
It is supposed to havo originated fiom
Many people were injured in a panic at a concert hall. There
a cigar or cigarette dropped In tho
hay. However, It Was stated that no was a conflict between the police and the audience.
one had been In the barn since mornMEMORIAL SERVICE- Spontaneous combu tlon is aning.
The Emperor and Empress attended a memorial service for
those who fell in the sea battle.
Yesterday (Jovernor Carter gave orders thai tho Registration Boards
should sit on tho day of election so
that voters who havo changed their
places of residence sinco tho last elec
tion may liavo a chanco to havo their
transfers recorded, and not bo obliged
to loso their votes.
Board will sit for this purposo in tho
hall of tho Capitol building.
The office forco in tho Governor's
office, or in the oflleo of tho Secretary,
rather, is still busy getting out election
supplies and preparing all things for
tho coming strugglo at tho polls. Chief
Cleric Bucklauu, in fact, is as busy
as two mop. And this is particularly
truo in tho matter of proofs. For
thcro is a lot of printing, proclamations and tifkets
and posters and
what not, incident to an election, and
the proofs of all this matter, tho printer's proofs, must bo passed upon by
the Chief Clerk.
Tho printer, being sorved by tho
dovll, is not a respecter of tho Sabbath, which explains why Clerk Buck-landid not have perhaps as restful
a day on Sunday ns somo other public
servants. Buckland, indeed, read proof
in his office until well along in ihonft-- .
uruuuu. xuuu jiu niunuu uuwii iuwu iu
get a breath of fresh air, and was' met
by n printer's boy with proofs just ns
ha stepped out of tho Capitol grounds.
J To took tho proof.
"Thoy'ro waiting for thatl" said
tho boy, with something of a threat
in his tone.
Clerk Buckland continued serenely
on his wny down town, but had not
reached Fort streot when a printer
hailed him with a vociferous demand
TOO MUOH BANZAI.
to como and read prooi. This was anA little Japanese child who was
other printer. Tho clerk flod back to
struck by' a rocket stick at the cele- his office, but was overtaken by still lirnttnn nf thA nni-n- l vlpfnrv lnat.lVt.
another boy with proofs beforo he got rta. dle( ia8t ,ght froro the effectg of
DURBAN, Juno 0. The corpsos of 410 of tho victims of the groat hurrithere. Then hj went home, and found the wound. The Inquest will be held
cane that swept the coast of Natal Friday havo been recovered.
n printer's boy waiting for htm w;ith this noon.
tory suddenly changed nnd revcnled
Japan ns tho most nomlerful fighter
that history had witnessed. Certainly
It was duo to the wisdom of Ills Imperial Majesty supported by the cnre-'- t
ful execution of Admiral Togo. Three
J. Karrnttl nnd
C. U Sprlnks.
Defendant In the ense of Frank K.
Thompson vs. Whitney A Marsh.' Ltd.
has filed an Interlocutory bill of exceptions to Judge Lindsay's order over-
BY ItlE SUPREME COURT
Imoro the conclusion nt this talk, Dr.
announced that there would be
The County Act is fully sustained by the Supreme Court as
a procession of floats and lanterns
formed to go nnd give banzai to the lo all l he points raised against it in the submission of agreed facts
Afterwards, the entitled Wm. K. Castle,
friends of Japan.
taxpayer, etc., vs. A. L. C. Atkinson, Secmarchers would return to the park,
nnd the celebration would be continretary of the Territory.
When Justice Ilartwcl! rendered the unanimous opinion of
The procession formed, under the
leadership of .Mr. Maklnoind Mr. Dol, the Supreme Court at 4 p. m. yesterday, the courtroom was throngnnd marched like n thing of living fire
all of the counsel who had actively appeared in the
to the otllco of
Shin Nippon, where ed.
an enthusiastic Uanzal wns given. Then case, there was a large attendance of attorneys and pjoliticians 'of
It went winding on out Beretanla street
Mr. Alexto the Japanese consulate, where the the Republican, Democratic and Home Rule parties.
salute was again given. And the en- ander, a San Francisco attorney, arrived the same day, was presthusiasm grew nnd the procession grew ent in company with former Judge Gear.
In size all tho way. The procession
The Court gave away its conclusion in the middle of the opin
next inarched to the ofllce of the
Shlnbun to the ollicc of tho Haion, written by Justice llartwell, when it set the question of juriswaii Shlnpo, and so Into King street, diction aside in this paragraph
giving banzai and lighting Its own
"It is contended by the defendant that an injunction to restrain
way, too, like a mighty Berpent of fire,
spitting flame. Maybe It was from the illegal expenditure of money, if issued at all, must be directed not
lantern parade that the Japanese got against the Secretary, but the Treasurer or Auditor. This contentheir notion or the fiery dragon or
maybe the Idea of the lantern parade tion appears to us to be well grounded and might necessitate amendcame from the dragon. There Is much ment of the submission if cause were shown for holding the County
resemblance, anyway and the lantern Act to be invalid."
pnrade contains about as much fight
After disposing in detail, adversely, of all the pleas contrary
to the sriunre Inch as the dragon.
Down King street the celebrants re- to the validity of the County Act, together with subsidiary enactturned to Aula Park, and there, In en- ments, the opinion concludes thus:
for the purpose,
"All of the matters presented have been ably argued and have
there were exhibitions
wrestling and fencing. Then the gei- received our careful attention, but we do not find that either the
sha dances started on tho platform County Act, being Act 39, as amended by Act
54, or that Act 93 of
from which tho orators had spoken
when, suddenly, the crowd In the back the session laws of 1905, upon any of the grounds presented, is unpart of the park surged forward
authorized or prohibited by the Organic Act, or that for any of
and the women nnd children those grounds or reasons Act
39, as amended, or Act 93, is invalid.
In the front rank were carried almost
"In conformity with this opinion the injunction sought by the
bodily up on the platform" where the
n plaintiff ought
dancers were. A number of little
to be denied, and it is decreed accordingly.
were huit, none badly, but the
"II. E. Highton for plaintiff;. Deputy Attorney General M. F.
dnnelng was stopped.
Then pome Jnpanese wiestlers took Trosscr and II. E. Cooper for defendant."
the central platform, and their exhibiThe whole matter is thus summed up in the syllabus:
tion pleased the crowd until a drunken
"Equity has jurisdiction at the suit of a .taxpayer to enjoin an
American tar butted In nnd got n
heavy fall after which he paraded up executive officer from expending public moneys in pursuance of an
and down on the plntform nnd chal- unconstitutional statute, although not to determine political rights
lenged the crowd.
A big policeman
presently took him away, but the not affecting rights of property.
"Neither Act 39, as amended by Act 54 of the laws of 1905,
crowd had begun to break up before
that, nnd so the celebration was ad- known as the County Act, nor Act 93 of said laws relating to the
journed for the night.
"Wo are well satisfied with the way payment of county expenses, is invalid or unconstitutional in the
thnt the thing went off," said General sense that it is unauthorized or prohibited by the Organic Act of
Manager Mnklno. "nut we have con- tlic 1 crntory upon any of the grounds presented
in this case."
cluded to attempt nothing more tonight.
The celebration will be con
tinued at one o'clock tomorrow after
ruling the demurrer.
A general denial has been filed by
defendant In tho suit of Francis Jose
vi. Honolulu Itnpld Tianslt & Land
(From Saturday's Advertiser.)
"Mutsuhllo Tcnjio! Banzai! Bauznllt
With thnt wild cry, repeated again
and again In the night, the thousands
of' Japanese In Honolulu greeted the
unveiling or a picture of tlielr beloved
Mikado. It was the battle shout of a
brave race, cried before their god of
war and there went up with the shout
n. hissing stream of rockets to dim the
Assuredly the triumph of Togo, the
latter day Nelson, was most fittingly
celebrated by the Japanese residents In
Then the band struck up, nnd
It seemed, the magnates enme
upon the platform nnd Fred K.
who ncted as a sort of master of
ceremonies, Introduced Dr. Halda as the
chairman of the evening and the llrst
speaker. Mr. Maklno said:
"Gentlemen and all those present:
We have come here tonight to celebrate the glorious victory of our country, nnd ns the time Is limited I will
not take up the time specially reserved
for the speakers tonight; but before
Introducing the next speaker, Dr. K.
Halda, I wish to call for three cheers
Dr. Halda stepped forward and said'
"Gentlemen and all the subjects of
His Imperial Majesty of the Great Japan; I am pleased to stand here before
you tonight nnd say that our naval
hero Admit al Togo has successfully
i.hown to the woild what we Japanese
can do In handling the modern war
machines. When we look back to the
history of the great generals and the
admirals, we find that Lord Nelson has
been considered the gieateH of all admirals; but when Togo was commissioned by His Majesty to the command
of our navy, he went out to ea and
Immediately attacked the enemy to Its
llnlsh. In the fight In the Korean strait,
he astonished the whole world by completely annihilating the famous Baltic
licet under Admiral ltojestvensky.
am almost certain to say that Admiral
Togo's name will ever remain In the
history of the world as the greatest
of all the admirals."
At the conclusion of Dr. Halda's
speech the picture of the Mikado
was unveiled, and the crowd went wild.
Standing, they threw tlielr hats Into
the nlr and yelled and yelled, while
Tho Onhu Hallway & Land Co. by
(From Saturday's Advertiser)
Its nttornoys, Unllou & Marx and A. G.
"Oh, I'm guilty and have come back,
M. Robertson, n.nkes an answer of to
take my medicine. If they want
general denial to the complaint of G.
ine In prison, or hang me, or toko-mJ. McCarty. who sues It for $10,000
drown me, or well, I supdamages for ejecting him from a train. pose I'llnnd
hnve to tnke what I get. I
will plead culltv."
' So said Henry S. Knpea, the young- iinwaiian, and rormer trusted clerk or
Trust & Investment
Company, who absconded about a year
ago with valuable securities of the
company, valued nt about $4,000. Kapea.
had Just ended a trip around the world,
half of which was done In secret and
under assumed names, the other half
being ns a prisoner In charge of Deuutv- Sherllt Henry Vlda, who went to Lon
don for him.
Knpea paced un and
Tlio Examiner says: It has been down the corridor of the police station
definitely decided to the satisfaction mougntiui anu
but his face
of tho oxecutors of tho cstato of Mrs. lighted up when he saw
Jnno Lathrop Stanford that tho phi- friends, and the newspaper
lanthropist died of natural causes.
i;o them tho
This report of tho experts who for young Hawaiian
weeks havo been ongnged In analyzing
travels. On n table near
tho internal organs of the body brought him wns his
an English cloth bag con
hero for thnt purpose, will within a taining
nil the belongings lie has alL
fow days bo submitted to tho attorney
that remains of the $1,000 he stole.
iur mo oxocuiors. it ucnrs out tho
does not mince words In tnlk.
theory first advanced by President lngKapc.a
of himself. "Stole" Is a word her
David Starr Jordan of Stanford Uniuses in discussing h)s own case-Tversity, who soon after his arrival at freelyonly
moral he drew was that "my,
Honolulu, whero ho went to tnko
cnargo ot tlio body, announced that sins found me out."
"Say, it makes lne laugh to read In
Mrs. Stanford was not murdered, but
died a natural death after having had the big neuspnpeis away from here-tha- t
I stole $20,000,000 and gave chama day's outing, during which sho ato
suppers, etc.," said Kapea
food which caused indigestion and pagne
chuckling at the remembrance,
Under tho circumstances thero will I hnd that much, but look nt me L
bo no necessity
tor further induce- haven't n penny to my name, and
ments for tho apprehension of any per- didn't hnve when I was arrested."
son for tlio murder of tlio lato lament"Oh, I saw the story you wiote about
ed benefactress as offered by Wclton me when I left Honolulu and sailed,
Stanford of Schenectady,
Y., nnd nwny In the China," said Kapea,.
published in yesterday's Examiner.
nodding his head to the Advertiser re-- I
Tho attempt mado on Mrs. Stanorter. "I saw all that was
ford's lifo on January H by placing me nnd how I left Honolulu said
and stowstrychnino crystals in tho Poland ed 'away. Well, I didn't exactly
water hns entirely been lost from that. I paid my way thete. At Yoko-do
sight. Unless tho Individual shall bo
hama I located some copies of the Adconsiderate enough somo day to step
to tho captain's ollico and dcclaro him- - vertiser and read all about myself".
solf ns tlio poisoner tho mattor will How did I leave Japan? Well I left
go nown into history as nnother un- there nil right. Yes, I left on a German S. S. line. All this tnlk about my
solved pollco problem.
giving champagne dlnneis in Sicily and
Tho internal organs of Mrs. Stan- In the
that makes me.
ford's body havo been in tho labora- Inugh. Mediterranean
I was short of money I tell you..
tory at Stanford University, whoro
"When I got to London I was not
tlio chemists havo carefully examined very
them. No poison of nny character has my rich. Then I began to feel that
sins were finding me out. I didn't
been found. Tho result is especially
satisfactory to all thoso interested in ee anybody fioin Hawaii over theic.
tho estate. Thero will bo no further Then I went from bad to worse finanuso now for privato detectivos or oth- cially, and finally I didn't have any
erwise. Tho enso from thnt stand- thing lert."
""One day I was playing billiards.
point is closed.
hoping to win some money, when a
The report of tho detective
huh ueeu suomuieu.
it contains a man tapped me on the shoulder and.
statement mnde by Mrs. Stnnford tak- told me he had a warrant for my ar(From Saturday's Advertiser.)
(From Saturday's Advertiser.)
en shortly after she received Chemist rest. I asked him what for nnd
It was something about.money. I
Philip II. Naone, for the killing of Fnlkenberg's deduction of his analysis
J. Aided Mngoon has been censured
by tho Supreme Court nnd ordered to his wife on October S last, will have to of the poisoned Poland water. In It told him he had the wrong man, but.
pay coits of the pioceedlngs against serve not less than ten nor more than she'named the person whom she sus he said I could explain nil thut to
Well, I went along with,
him for "piofessional Impropriety and twenty years lu the penitentiary. Such pected nnd gave her reasons for her
misconduct." In the text of the de- is the penalty of tho statute for the of- suspicions. She stood by Miss Berner, him to Bow street where I wns chargcision, t which Is signed by the tierk, fense of which the Jury found him her prlvnte secretary, toward whom a ed and then went to Brixton Jail.
"Then, finally, I heard that nn ofthe respondent is "severely consul ed," guilty manslaughter In the first d- Chinese had attempted to direct susficer was romlng from Honolulu
yet the censure Is actually very mild egreeat 5:18 p. m. yesterday after de- picion.
me back? I wondered who It
ns will be seen from the concluding liberation of a little over three and a
Albert Beverly, who had been In Mrs.
got Into court L
Stanford's employ for years as but- might be. When
words of the court. After reviewing half hours.
the evidence a very hackneyed tale to
Frank E. Thompson; of counsel for ler. Is now in New York attending the wondered whether It would be High
readers the court defendant, noted exceptions to the ver- races. Miss Richmond, the former Sheriff Henry, or Billy Rawlins, or
dict. J. J. Dunne came In later and, maid, Is In San Mateo nnd Miss Ber- Sam Leslie, or Charley Chllllngworth,
but when I saw Henry Vlda In tho
"The moving cnuse of Hustace's pay- Attorney General Andrews nnd J. W. ner In Palo Alto.
room I knew he was tho one sent after
ing the retainer was the avoidance of Cathcart, for the Territory consenting,
TO TAKE UP INQUIRY.
the expense to the company. The mis- sentence was appointed for 9130 MonSCHENECTADY (N. Y.), May 23.
"We had a pretty good trip across-thtake consisted In ncceptlng It as a re- day morning.
tainer fiom Hustnce instead of hav
Attorney General Andrews concluded Welton Stanford, a wealthy retired
Atlantic on the Cedrlc and in New-Yo-rk
ing it paid so thnt It would clearly i his addtess to the Jury, begun on hardware merchant of this city,
I was taken to a Jail not
be a retainer fiom the company nlone. Thursday afternoon, shortly before 11 nephew of the late Senator Stanford,
I don't remember what It was..
Then I saw big stories about me 111.
occurred nearly three o'clock. He made an able summing up
supposed of the case for the prosecution, and nn
the arrest nnd the New York papers, with big headthat he was doing only what was eloquent appeal to finl'Ii, bidding the conviction of the persons responsible lines, how I had' stolen $20,000,000.
proper nnd with the consent of his cli- Jurors In the exercise of human sym- for the death of Mrs. Jane Lathrop didn't care so much nbout that
Then-Henrent, the company. Hut he should have pathy remember the Innocent woman Stanford, was a beneficiary under the
because nobody knew me.
sent into eternity without a moment's will of Senator Stanford to the extent
took me on. tho train nnd wo
"The lcspondcnt Is found guilty of warning.
Mr. Stanford Is summer- came straight ajcross to San Francisco,
professional Impropriety nnd misconThe instructions of the court took ing at Lake George. Seen there he We only stopped In Chicago lone
enough to change cars.
duct, but. In view of all the circumnearly nu hour In delivery, and, Just said:
stances It Is deemed suftlclent to se- before tho stroke of noon, the Jury "I offered a reward of $1000 for in"Say, that story In the San Franverely censure him nnd lequlre him to w ere sent to luncheon at the Alexander formation that will lead to the nrrest cisco pnper that Henry Vlda took mo
pay the costs of this proceeding, nnd Young Hotel prior to' deliberating on! and conviction of those responsible for to a room In the Occidental Hotel,
It Is so ordered."
me away from people, was a fake.
their verdict. They returned to the , the death of my aunt. I have the reThe syllabus reads as follows:
Judiciary building nnd entered the Jury . port of the physicians who made a post Henry got that put In the papers, but
mortem examination in Honolulu. They I was taken to a place they called
"An attorney for a Judgment creditor room In the clock tower at 1:43.
At 4:40 the Jury came Into court and say thero was poison in the capsules the Tanks. Looks Just like a tank,
Is held guilty of unprofessional Improtoo. I yelled to the keeper there, not
priety and misconduct for accepting asked for a statement of tho pennltles she took,
"I 'have also a report of physicians to turn the water on me,
from one or three Joint Judgment debt- under tho different degrees of homt-- 1
"When we got to Honolulu this
ors, who had paid what he considered clde. There being no objection, Judge who were by when she died. They say
his share of the Judgment, a retainer De JJolt gave tho Information. Again, her last moments were those of n per- morning I could see people on the dock,
to bring creditors' bill against the other the Jury i.ellred nnd, after more than son dying from poisoning. I believe squinting up at the deck nnd nt me, a
two debtors 'for the purpose of relieving halt an hour, returned with the ver- - my aunt had been poisoned nnd I nm and then pointing nt me saying 'That's-Knpedetermined to secure conviction of her
there, that's the man that stole
debtor from further diet as above,
liability even though such retainer wns KOREAN BURGLAR SENTENCED. murderers. If money will do It. I can- all that money,' nnd so on,
not understand the Inaction of tho Cali"But I'm back home now nnd am
accepted with tho consent of the Judg- Chim Ung Sui, n Korean, wns sen- fornia authorities nnd shall seek per- glad I'm here. I want to face the
inent creditor and for the purpose of
Kapea admitted to having1
bringing such suits in the name and i tenced by Judge De Bolt yesterday to sonally for an explanation."
Mr. Stanford says he Is gojng to Cal- stolen as much as $500, the amount
for the benefit of such creditor nnd to j be imprisoned five years at hard labor
relievo the said debtor from further and to pay costs for burglary In the ifornia himself to take up the investi- nnmed In the extradition papers. He
liability nnd In so far as satisfaction first degree. He had been Indicted for gation.
says he will plead guilty.
Kapea says he has lost flesh, but he
should be obtnlned from the other three separate burglaries, committed In
Is much stouter than when he fled,
debtors, thero being, however, nn. un- - March und April on the houses of Liderstnndlng Implied from tho accept- onel Mathews, Joseph Llghtfoot and
from Honolulu. He Is plensant-spokeance of the retainer for such purposes John Darnenl Jewett, In each case
but whenever he Is nlone his face sadnwny
dens, nnd he becomes nervous.
that further proceedings to collect the getting
BeKnpea said he tried to keep pace-wit- h
remainder of the Judgment from the ing tho vnltio of more than $50.
said debtor should be delayed until
the local news and at one clty
and received the
subscrlbed to the dally Advertiser getafter such suits should be brought tence
ting a receipt for $5 therefor, but
against the other debtors; but under all
saw n copy of It afterwards,
tho circumstances It 1? deemed sutn-clc- prosequi was then entered In each of
The bonds of the lending Territorial Kapea said he Bent the story to Honoto seveiely censure the attorney i
officials, under the new lnw passed at lulu signed by Henry Kalant Kent-wel- l,
nnd Impose on him the costs of this
lish the proceedings were filtered out the regular session of the Legislature,
saying he was tired of his lonely;
to the defendant through the Japanese have been fixed ns follows by Gover- existence and wnnted to be taken.
S. M. Ballou, Deputy Attorney-Oen-era- l,
Deputy Attorney General Peters-spenfor the prosecution. Respondent
Hndlo Gonsales was " Indicted for
In person; J. Llghtfoot
A. J, Campbell, Treasurer, $50,000; J.
some time with Kapea yesterday
and W. A.
murder In the first degree, committed W, Pratt, Commissioner of Public morning Inquiring for the names of
Whiting with him.
at Alen, Oahu, on April 23, In the Lands, $30,000; C. S. Holloway, SuperKapea visited between here and
by stabbing intendent of Public Works, $25,000;' Wil- London, but the young man for
CONTRACTED NEURALGIA DUR- killing of Francisco Torresplea
wns set liam Henry, High Sheriff, $20,000; L. E.
was reticent on this point.
ING THE WAR.
Plnkham, Superintendent of the Board
"I had a bad case of neuralgia forHelen
G. Fonseca wns Indicted for of Health, $15,000; J. C. Davis, Superwhich I contracted during the war. I
a disorderly house and her intendent of Public Instruction,
tried several kinds of medicine but keeping
spector, returned yesterday from
J. H. Fisher, Auditor, $15,000; H. C.
they did me no good until a friend of
where he had been making a
Meyer, Deputy Auditor, $10,000; Lorrln trlnngulatlon for the purpose of estabLIBEL CASE JURY.
mine recommended Chamberlain's Pain
$10,000; W. lishing bearings of the new
IJalm which gave me Immediate relief.
The following Jury was emraneled Andrews,
iv mi, ourveyur,
I have had nn trouble since nnd must nnd sworn to try S. M. Ballou's $50,000
say t,hat I find Chamberlain's Pain libel suit against Samuel Parker and The total amount ot these bonds Is
Halm a fine liniment. I have since used. the trial continued till Monday morn- $200,000.
Y. VT, C. A. and Y. M. C. A.
HIt for other troubles and always with ing at 10 o'clock before Judge Ltndsay:
nre planning for summer outings at the-twgood results." J. Vlljocn, Jacobsdal, C. II. Atherton, T, R. Mossmcn, J. A.
Onomea Sugar Co. has Increased Its
Wahlawa vacation houses.
Transvaal. For sale by nil Dealers Auld, K. B. Porter, E. E. Hnrtman. monthly dividend from 30c to 40c. a first party to open the season wfll goand Druggist's, Benson Smith & Co., A. Wlntersteln, A. B. Murphy, R. share, the first at the higher rate be- to Wahlawn on Saturday, remaining
agents for Hawaii.
W'eedon, Manuel Leal, E, I Doyle, W. ing payable
over until Monflay.
Honolulu. Crowds of workmen had been
preparing Aaln. Park for
In that side of the
park over against Beretanla street, n
nort of tower had been built, having a
succession of platforms, the first and
widest lowest down. Upon this platform was the band nnd seats were
placed here also for the Japanese dignitaries. Next above this was n gigantic efflgy of Admiral Togo In the full
dress uniform of an admiral, even to
the white gloves, and still above this a
platform smaller and carefully closed
all around about with n lattice screen.
The tower was draped to Its summit
with the Japanese and American colors, and from the extreme top floated
flags, the Jaranefc and American, while
over all was n glgnntlccnslgnof the Mikado's empire, lopped by n tiny American Hag to mark the courtesy due to
the friendly nation upon whose shores
the celebration wns held. The wholo
htructure stood within an enclosure,
containing seats for distinguished
visitors, and from the four angles of
the tower ran long ropes from which
dangled hundreds of paper lanterns of
every Imaginable color.
The park began to (111 up early. There
were, In the crowd, representatives of
nil the diverse races that, go to make
up the population of Honolulu, and the
children of these were squirming nnd
frolicking about on the grass. But the
dominant note, as the dominant race In
the crowd, was Japanese. The sons of
Dal Nippon were honoring their greatest hero, the man who hnd saved their
nation, nnd the people of other races
Jookod nn'l generously contributed to
The celebration began early. It was
not that It was necessary to begin, to
hold the crowd, but the enthusiasm was
bubbling nnd it must have outlet. And HOT FLASHES AND SINKING
t,o from the mortar fixed for the. purSPELLS CONQUERED AT
pose n little apart from the central
tower the discharge of rockets and
roman candles began even before the
the park was alive with nodding lan- Mrs, Murphy Tolls Her
terns, dodging here nnd there like monthey
Got Kid of Serious
came toward the center and crowded
by Simplo Homo Treatment.
nbout the enclosure containing
tower, were beginning to shout "Ban"busy all day
"I had been bothered for several
years," said Mrs. Murphy, "by stomach disorder and finally I became very
weak and nervous.
Flashes of heat
would pass over me, and I would feel
as If I was sinking down. 'At such
times I could not do any household
work, but would have to He down, nnd
afterwards I would have very trying
"Didn't you have a doctor?" she was
"Yes, I consulted several doctors but
my health did not Improve. One day a
friend asked me why I did not try Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. She assured me
thnt they had proved of tho greatest
benefit In the case of her daughter. In
fact, she praised them so enthusiastically that my husband got mo a- box."
"And what was the result?"
"Before I had taken halt of the first
box my condition was greatly Improved.
The quickness with which they
reached nnd relieved nil my troubles was
reallysurprlslng. After I had used
only three boxes I hnd no more heat- flashes or weak spells. Thanks to
them, I have become a well woman."
Mrs. Mary D. Murphy lives at No.
1903 Force street, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Dr. Williams' link Pills, the remedy
which she found so satisfactory, furnish directly to the blood the elements
that give vigor to every tissue of the
body. They enn bo depended on to
revive falling strength, nnd to banish
Their tonle properties
are absolutely unsurpassed.
As soon ns there Is drag, or dizziness, or pallor, or poor circulation, or
picthe lattice curtain In front of the
dlordered digestion, Op rc'tlcssness, or
ture was slowly ral'ed. and while the pains, or Irregularities of any kind
band played the Japanese national air. these famous pills should bo used.
And, as they stoou, the leaders pres- They have cured the most obstinate
ently began to sing the anthem the cases of anaemia, dyspepsia, rheumacrowd on the ground Joining In.
tism, neuralgia, nervous prostration
and even partiat paralysis.
If you desire Information specially
The second speaker was Vice Consul
Matsura, who Bpoke very briefly of suited to your own case write directly
the glorious naval victory achieved by to the Dr. Williams Medicine Company,
the navy of Japan, nnd who was en- Schenectady, N. V. Every woman
should have n copy of Dr. Williams'
Mr. T. Haramoto, chairman of the "Plain Talks to Women," which will be
Japanese Hotel Union, was next Intro- mailed free to any nddress on request.
duced and read from a Japanese paper, Any druggist can supply the pills.
giving an account of the naval fight.
He touched upon the destruction of
SUGAR. ON HAWAII.
the Jlusslan fleet and commended the Admiral Beckley of the steamer Kl-nThere
wisdom of Admiral Togo.
reports the following sugar on Hawere three banzals.
waii awaiting shipment:
Mr. Onodera of the Hawaii Shlnpo bags; Walakea, 14,000 bags; Hawaii
was next Introduced and spoke as fol- Mill, 8200 bags; Walnaku, 15,600 bags;
Onomea, 26,500 bags; Pepeekeo, 15,000
I am exceedingly glad bags; Honomu, 17,450 bags; Hakalau,
to be here tonight and express myself 1C000 bags; Laupahoehoe, 400 bags;
before the public, to the effect that
10,000 bags; Kukalau, 2000 bags:
elnco the outbreak of the war between Hamakua, 2550 bags; Paauhau, 11.400
IlusBla and our country (Japan) the bags; Honokaa, 9500 bigs; Kukulhaele,
world was somewhat perplexed over 3500 bags; Honuapo, 2500 bags; Puna-lu1500 bags.
the outcome; but a few days ago his
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, 'IUESDAY, JUNE 6, 190s.
ease in tho Supremo Court of tho
United States, Crampton vs. ZnbrlYklc.
101 U. 8. Kcports, heard In 1870.
quoto tho language
of Mr. Juitlco
the Legislature Tho grant of legislative power contained In tho Organic
Act Includes "all rightful subjects of
legislation not inconsistent with tho
Held nt laigc:
constitution nnd laws of tho United
"Of the right of resident taxpay- States locally applicable," nnd exers to invoko tho interposition of n pressly includes tho power to "create
court of equity to prevent nn illegal counties nnd town anil city municipal!- disposition of tho moneys of tho county, wts nan proviue ior tuo government
or tho illegal creation of a debt which thereof."
Thoro is no limitation
thty, in common with other property
this power except ns found In tho
holders of tho county, mny othcrwiso provisions of tho Orgnnlc Act nnd In
bo compelled to pny, there is nt this tho constitution. Tho deslro of tho
day no serious question. Tho right has voters to obtain nnd by officers electbeen recognized by tho Stnto courts ed by themselves to excrclso nil the
In numerous cases," and from tho na- control over their local attalrs which
MAUI, June 3. During the past week ertson
ture of the powors exercised by mu- can bo obtained within this limitation
plantation has had some trouble
MKCTINO OP TEACHERS.
great ought not to bo interfered with by tho Mtn Its Koicmis, though the difficulty
There being a general desire for the publication of the full text dangers
On Monday n meeting 'of teachers
of their nbusc, and tho judiciary upon doubtful or uncertain li now happily settled nnd nil the la- was held In the Mukauno government
of the County Act decision, it is here printed title, syllabus and all: necessity of prompt notion to prevent grounds. It is essential for tho
In tlio Supremo Court of tbo Tcrri-- 1 est, tlio Territorial credit ns well ns its
UB C"t from the Spreckelsvllle, l'nia, Ha
proper for courts of equity and property that tho moasuro devised further trial
rtory of Hawaii, October term, 1904. I cash rovenuo being thcroby nppliod to eminently
mnKunpoko, Haiku, Huelo, Knupaka
William 11. (Jastla a taxpayer of the the support nnd niaintennnco of coun- tho taxpayers of
i count, to prevent fect in many details and to n certain ram. hnd n grievance ng.nst their lua, Kenlahou and Mnkawno schools.
nn lita nnrn linhnlf nt,,1 nn ' tics.
The program of tho day was as foltho consummation of n wrong, when extent tentative, ns it well may" bo, chief lunn, Kim, a fellow
4. That in transferring to tbo counbohalf of nil and singular tbe taxofficers of those corporations as- and yet bo a valid measure, Bhall bo Saturday night last, theycountryman. lows:
payers of said Territory, and an own-c- r ties tlio right to "open, construct, tho
took him "Louisa Alcott"..Mlss M.
in excess of their powers, to ere- - free from such radical defects as would by force, and locked
of bonds of said Territory, vs. A. maintain and closo up public streets, sume,
Agriculture In tha Schools.. J. Vincent
nto burdens upon property --holders, defeat its object.
With political or enmp where one after another, soin Itthe
L. 0. Atkinson, Secretary of tbo
roads, alleys, trails and 'Jho
Is Territorial nnd
may bo Bafelv trusted to! financial objections to tho act. If nnv reported,
In mnltieatlng him.
bridges,'' the act transfers powers ptrent tut '.huso of their process
S. It. Dowdlc
in. thcro be, this court has nothing to do. He was rescuedturns
Submission on ngroed facts.
now exercised by tho Superintendent such
at length by manager The Achntlnella or
D. C. Lindsay who placed him Tor
May 2T, 29, 31, 1905. Decided of Public Works, aided in Bomo intho Knpcno caso V. V. Railroad Com- of it9 vital features nro so inconsistShell
D. D. Ilaldwln
-- Juno 2, 1905.
Frcar, C. J., Hartwell stances by tho Governor and High pany
vs. Ilnll. 91 U. S. 343. 1875. ent with the Organic Act as to require safety In a house whore Hoomalu, a Meteorology in the Schools
and "Wilder, JJ.
Sheriff, thus materially and radically whore Strong,
"There, is a! tho inferenco that it is not authorized
A. S. Medelros
Equity jurisdiction nt suit of tax- changing tho road syBtcm of tho Ter- decided preponderance
Sunday afternoon, the Koreans gathof American thereby. It is to bo observed that tho
Methods ot Teaching Heading
payer to enjoin expenditure of public ritory.
in ihvor of tho doctrino thnt j
of counties with their
..M. Q. Anjou
moneys under unconstitutional statute
5. That Act 93 provides that the nutVirity
private peiruns may move for a man-- J proper officers for attending to their manding thnt Kim should be deliver- Heading Amundeen's Recent
Dlscov- Equity lias jurisdiction at tbo suit road taxes shall bo a special deposit damns
W. C. Crook
of a taxpayer to enjoin nn executivo in tho Territorial treasury to tho cred- duo lo tho government ns such," with-- with all thojonecessarily
that Mr. Address
officer from expending public moneys it of pach road district, to bo paid by
Inspector H. M. Weill
tho intervention of the govern-'tsuch portions of tho duties of Tor- Lindsay summoned
Mr. Wells stated brlclly the purpose
in pursuance of an unconstitutional tho Treasurer of tho Territory to tho out
- ritorial officers ns propcrlv aro includment
him of the Department of Public Instrucstatute, although not to dctermlno po- county treasurers and, "expended only
In charge and secretly plnced him In
to. grant tho writ, but ed in the duties and functions of
tion In regard to tho now course of
litical rights not affecting rights of for tho maintaining nnd repairing of ed, however,
public roads and highways in the sevstudy that wns desired to bo carried
County Act validity as affected by eral road districts as authorized by
out as far as possible in the different
ganic Act by reason of such Inconslst- - his many bruises.
tho supervisors of tho county from
In Larcom vs. Olin, 100 Mass. 102 oncy.
On Mondny nftemoon the Pnla KoThis is a transfer
JNeitlier Act oj, as amended by Act timo to time."
question was pro(1893), a similar
Tho disposition of public funds Is no reans were paid off nnd
CI of tho laws of 1905, known ns tho from tho management of tho superin
On Monday a llttlo Japanese child,
in a petition bv inhabitants, moot or nbstract question, but vitally of eighty Koreans from another gang
Knllua march- a boy three or four years old, was
taxpayers and voters ol tho town of concerns every taxpayer. Wo trust ed to 1'ala on n sympathetic
.relating to the payment of county ox- ing n system which conflicts with tho Beverly
drowned In the plantation ditch at
for a writ of mandamus to that tho timo will never como in
Tho same afternoon, Deputy Sheriff
.pensos, is invalid or unconstitutional Territorial system, and is legally im-i- n
the secretnry of the common, wall when tnxpaycrs shnll not enro to Morton nnd live policemen
the senso that it is unauthorized or practicable and incnpablo of
Quite a number of race horses can
wealth not to attest or deliver to tho seek by appropriate proceedings in four of
by tho Organic Act of tho meat. The act also impairs tho
tho lenders of tho Pnla strikers bo been nowadays being speeded ut
upon any of the grounds preof tho bonds of tho Territory
of tho provisions of nrticles of money in connection with nn uncon-cit- and quickly placed them in two hacks, Spieckels Park, Kuhulul. They are besontcd in this case.
in depri' iug them of tho security of n copy
consented to by voto stitutionnl statute. Rut thero Is some-o- f but while they were drivimr nwnv ho ing put Into condition for the annual
OPINION OF THE COMET BY
tho ccnsolidated Territorial revenues
tho inhabitants pres- - thing fnr moro important than such crowd threw sticks and stones at the 4th of July races.
carriages. The police then snmnir The lumber for tho now
Puu-iicTho caso is presented in order to ob- - taxes required by Act 93 to bo paid ent and voting at a meeting called for exhibitions of public spirit on tho part from the vehicle,
Ls on the grounds,
the purpose, of deciding whether tho of taxpayers, and that is a fooling of
rtain a determination of tho plaintiff's over to tho counties,
which are situated Iu tho vicinity of
A second confidence that courts will interpret horses and, armed with black-snak- e
right, which ho claims, that he is en-- "
0. Thnt tile act in requiring bords town would become n city.
whips (which however they did not
laws and declare-th-o
mill. The lumber for a new
titled upon tho agreed facts to an in- - of supervisors to bo approvej by ex- petition was also presented by jnhnh- - tho
praying that tho votes at tho dicial impartiality, unbiased by per- - use), hustled the rioting Koreans down
at Huelo has nlso
junction restraining and enjoining tho cuit judges imposes upon them func- ue uuciureu nun unu vom unu. sunai lcunug or moiivc.
coining can mo road to tho Spieckelsvlllo boundary been delivered.
Secrotary of tho Territory from tak- - tions not judicial, and not nccordinc
nfter the compleing any further proceedings or steps in to tho cpurso of common law or equity Jn'ne,l from attesting or delivering to true
That night all the Koreans returned tion ot tho Puuneno school the present
Americanism, than a belief, thus
"tho matter of the first election for or to nny provision of tho Orgi
mo dent. ui. iuu u.ivii ur nny oiuur jut- - nu ii. in iu vv iujicu leu uy jew per- to 1'ala In twos and threes and begged Knhulul school will be nbandoued and
county officers required by the Coun- - Act.
be taken back to work, stating that the pupils asked to attend school at
ty Act to bo held Juno 20, 1905, and ' 7. That tho net violates those pro son a copy of tho proposed article" o ' sons, thatcanour courts in interpreting to
Tlio court, wmlo statutes
reacli conclusions to satis tho plantation had always used them Puunene.
Irom expendim? anwof tun Territorial visions of thn Ortrnnle Act which rn- - . city government.
a "e ground ty their own wishes, likes or dislikes, well and that they were repentant ot
Saturday next the Catholic Mission
or money in connection
quiro that "thcro shall bo an Attor- - ,'en'",ir ". nJct.10
within tho general It ought to bo unnecessary to say that their bad behaviour. So all l Hm.ru, ot Walluku will give a grand luau
ney General," a Superintendent ol tlmt
or again In the Korean colonies both nt nnd fair from 12 noon to 10 p.
suIerTho plaintiff claims that for certain Public Works, a High Sheriff and dep- - l'?wc
" of public officers in advantages of county government un- - J'nia nnd Knllua.
specified reasons the act is unconstitu- - uties, nnd which rcquiro thnt they so- t- v,130 tllc,
entertainment ls to rnlso funds lo
The pollco were successful In nlnnl.i.. paint the church's exterior nnd make
tional and void, and that as a citizen crallv "shall havo tho powers and du- - 5!'
i,!ties, or to prohibit such officers from nothing to do with tho questions of the four leaders In Jail nnd on Frlrinv other repairs.
nt )i TTnitn.i Kf.iioo n,i nt i
or t compel tiicm to act in law at issue, uur opinion concerning they were tried for
sritory of Hawaii, n resident of Hono- - Organic Act "except as changod bync,'n
If tho piescnt war continues n month
ns'ault before Mag
i'iTTnvrtr nn1 n lmlilnt nP T1. tins net and subject to modilication '
.........K ul ,., ,vi
istrate unns. copp of Mnkawno, but or two longer another lot of Japanese
ritofinl bonds "ho has a legal right by tho Legislature."
was continued until next reserves will bo summoned from this
It is claimed ,
granted tho peti- - whether it appears to us that largor week.
by a proper bill in equity to apply to that tho powers and duties entrusted "K,lts"f
Territory to the scen0 of the contest.
is opportunity for effectuating
m circuit judgo of tho first judicial cir- - to and required ot thoso officials by tum for, "'""'Innvj's.
A wireless telegram was received
GOOD WOMAN GONE.
cuit of said Territory for an injunc- - tho Wins of tho Organic Act aro not ' "iffgestcd m tho brief of tho petition- - wishes iu tho oxpcndituro of
on Maul concerning
Saturday afternoon, May 2", Mrs. It.
Hon restraining the Secretary from tho morolv modified by tho County Act, crs U1,nt, ,C01 rts in somo lunsuictions money or in otner matters is-- thus af- the Supreme Court's action In relaoxpondituro of monoy in tho Tcrri- - but practically nro obliterated nnd linvc ''cla tllnt mandnmus cannot bo forded or not, is immaterial nnu lr- - P. Engle died of cancer at Pnuneno tion to the County
preventive remedy; but this relevant to tho examination of thoso hospltnl nfter n year or more ot great
torial treasury for and in connection transferred to county officials.
Thursday afternoon Dr. W. P.
ith theso convictions of suffering.
Mrs. Engle was the wife
8. That tho act deals with contest- - objection is not taken by tho respond- - questions
with tho special election directed by
vaccinated 16 or 20 children ut
hayo examined and of Mr. It. P. Engle. head sumr Imllnr
n,m,',lf " "ffe,ets anything moro .mdiclnl duty wo
said County Act." Tho grounds on ed elections, and nlso with impeach-- ' e"tH.
which tho plaintiff claims 'that tho ment of supervisors, subjects not cog- - t,mn tho form of tho order to bo is- - decided tho aw- involved in this caso. of Pala plantation, nnd was born nt Pala,n tho llttlo sons nnd daughters of
8,lc1 ,by the court, it mny perhaps ho
people In Mnknwao district.
The agreed statement sets forth tho iiacine, Wisconsin, In 1S54. She was
net is unconstitutional may thus bo nato to its title, and is an attempt to ' mct
Supt. Filler of the Kahulul It. It. Co.
by considering tho petition as in plaintiff's grounds
or reasons for a graduate of the Girls1 Hlcli School
.confer jurisdiction on tho Supremo
soon to erect a line new depot nt
claiming the invalidity of tho net in of Boston, where she fitted
?"b.8t!nn('0, a Pet"tion for a writ of proCLAIMS AGAINST ACT.
Court in thoso matters.
than which she did not attend owing to III Pala In the vicinity of the mill. There
nml, vanoty of ?or
1. That it is not nn net creating
9. That tho county of Kalawao cs- - h"i'U"n
bo sheds provided for horses nnd
in tho nbove summarized stato- health. In 18S0 sho was married
counties nnd providing for tho gov- - tablishcd by tho County Act is iden-- '
ornmont thereof, ns it makes no pro- - tical with tho leper settlement, which U'. exercise of jurisdiction such ns is ment of them and his attornoy In nrgn- - Frankfort, Minnesota, where she resid- carriages, and when special night
vision for payment
of expenses hi tho net leaves under tho control of tho elnj'i'ed
nnd nfter marriage for trnlns are run a mnn will be employed
tu,lent ?f lnwi plnintiir's claims from several points 12 or 13 before
county governments, nnd in violation Board o' Health, and which is inca- - ""' oC alm lo th,
years. The Inst 17 years of to look afler the conveyances left by
patrons of the railroad.'
of the nrincinln of lnc.il nablo of orranizatinn into n cni.ntv
her life were spent nt Pain, Maul.
Henry Taylor, it civil engineer of
ignores local taxation whilo under tho control nnd manage- - been decided by this court in favor of ably presented and havo received our
Honolulu, has been engaged to make a
within each county nnd contains no ment of tho Hoard. That tho chapter tho exercise.
The U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals
CONFLICT OP OFFICERS,
provision for assessment of property relating to this matter is unconstitu-- '
fering during the past year, botfi phys survey for a new railroad direct from
We havo already obberved that the
Cninp No, 1, Puunene, to Pala Mill. It
:and collection oi local taxes for sup- - tional in providing that tho salary of for the Ninth Circuit has hold that an
most Is reported that
this court, modifying act would not bo unconstitutional bo- jport of tho county government, thereby tho sheriff shall bo fixed nnd paid by early
all tills work tho new
enilHn in lirnvininnn
.... -fnr. frnvnrntnnnt nt
making counties a Territorial charge, tlio Hoard of Health out
u. tude that not even her
railroad and station will be complet
IIIU Tcr- - .
,pRal. representatives counties and control of county nffairs
undertaking to support and maintain ritorin' appropriation, and that tho tc.M
ed within n few months.
a "ecedent n r'S"t or action for by elected county officers it conflicts, friends were nwnro of it. She was an
tho local government of each county pay of policemen in thnt county MtH
Tho huge siphon In Mnllko gulch
nriT.lv. lm i1ti
out of Territorial revenue.
ui iu u uuusiui'j.iuiu OAiuui. it must (10, pun in an
near tho seashore was placed In posi
Anr 41in n.mlU nt 4lin
tho Orgniiic Act for
ritory to tho Territorial funds, nnd nlso in fixing
of laws of Hawaii. Territorial government by nppointivo
Ith the Mnkawno tion
support and maintenance of tho local tho appointment of a sheriff in tho tinuanco in , force
W. O. A Ikon on Mondny resumed his
goyernment ot each county; render- - Jloard, winch has no power to maLo
it in somo'
duties ns deputy collector of JCnhulul
nnd nn Idenl wife nnd mother.
maniiEiia ... .... i;j,iuDo.,y iiuiwu- - mailers it unnecessarily substitutes terHesldes
ing tho counties merely bonoficinrics such appointment.
nn enforced vacation of eight
a husband she leaves four lifter
county omcers tor Territorial oilicers.
10. Tliat Section 132 of tho Cajnty ,, .
ot tlio Territory, nnd compelling tho
wonsiuernuio discretion must bo allow- - ohlldren, Walter, Fanny, William nnd
laxpay crs ot tho entlro Territory to Act providing that "All laws or parts JJ"g"'V'"'" .
On Wednesday Mrs. Dixon of HonoDora, and u sister, Mis. Fanny M.
'" "" ' """
"" l"u "' en ior tno cxcrciso or tho oxpicsscd Simpson,
fluppo: rt tlio local government within of lawr, so far only ns tho same may J" .
lulu came to Pala to vllt her son
. bo inconsistent
' power to crento counties and provide
with nny provision of
ll10 right of a taxpayer to bring for their government.
A narrow, ricid
The funeral services ucrH hoM nr nt the plantationwho Is sick with fever
That tho net. violates Section 45 this net aro hereby rcnealod." is in- hospital.
" t0 restrain a public oiliccr from construction of tho meaning of thnt Maltawac-cemeteof tho Organic Act requiring "that sufficient and void in failing to speci- morn-cac- h
Inspector II. M. Wells will visit La.
law shall embrace, but ono sub- - fy tho repealed acts and parts of acts. "olnK an. illegal act has been settled power is not required for tho accom- - Ing nnd wore lnrirt.lv mi,.n,in,i
schools next week.
ject which shall bo oxprcssod in its so thnt it is legally impossible to do- - m l "8 Jurisdiction since- tlio case of pHshment of any express or implied services were conducted by Itev D V hnln.a
Henry M. Alexander of California.
purposo of tho Organic Act, and thero- - Unznta, assisted by Itev
title," since it purports to crcato coun- - tcrmir-- what laws aro intended to VaBi'. J2' "'Wo vs.i Ivapona, j Hair.
will reside permanently nt Haiku mid
seo no occasion to do- - foro is inappropriate.
tics and is therefore now legislation bo repealed.
nerinj,s uy engage In the cultivation of nlnean- ,i
c,,ninn,ni... . jiri.
i..i e ur- - nart from this rule.- Tlm nrcument
. :ut: .vloiu,illli (11114.i UOailllll.) UlllClll. n.
1...1 thnt a sinelo taxnaver mav not renren illllllJlUY lltinUll
wcro Messrs. II. A.
. ... .
Weather: Light showers from tho
.... iiinuiuii; uura HUV lllllliv, lUO liuroga- - J "
.1...!.. uj.u ai.
iu iniusii'i niuiiy ui ii.
iuu leave ito amenci i mo suumission oy in ,. ...... ttin
.v- a .NJ?"' sea In localities. Quito warm for tho
tlon of tho functions
Superintendent of Public Works, of sorting tho additional Ground that th . that a
. mhiwi unu j. nou- into
ndjudicated at Irs solo
of-Territorial affairs.. of tho
tho Attorney General, of tho High act had not been approved by tho Gov . not
nn n n .....t t If iu.
Shoriff and of other Territorial officers crnor in nccordanco with tho require .
v f nt rtS.- ,lccra
n9 t,10 Attorney, uenernl ti,rrr.in wi.ui.
which precludes placing upon circuit
'"u"!,. iiiiiii miiii. judges
to tho counties nnd their local officers: ments of Section GG of Iho Orcnnic preuion
Work.. ....u ...u ..w..
ma .imir r..vr u..
nn ..s !
tho function of approving bonds
Aif ns nmnti.lml liv
.... u elmilrrpa -in ,..vv
linn pnvnrfl (llxtinut
in a - ply be that tho Attorney
General would of supervisors
ur torncy uenernl are concerned, wo do
or empowering this
asting laws affecting wholo systoms of of March 3, 190.) (33 Sts. nt L. 1035), iiujuuicuuuu.
nil of court to deal with contested elections.
of an offense, may raiso
ot consider that tho net unduly en- - his functions ns prescribed
Iho Territorial government and chap; requiring thnt county officials "bo ap- - "oti
Tho provisions of tho County Act
tors of tho Revised Laws.
pointed or elected, n's tho caso may be, tho question of tlio constitutionality croaches upon their prescribed func- - ganic Act as
far as thoy concern Ter- making tho leper settlement a scpa-rato
3. Thnt except as to certain salar- - in such manner ns shall bo provided of l" Ia"' lm,1.cr which ho is tried, and tions. Tho Organic Act places with tho
county under tho control of tho
ies tho act contains no definition ot bv tho Governor and Lccislaturo of tho no ono Ul,t himself nnd tho prosecu- Attorney Gcnernl tho duty ot nrosc- - intent of tho provision
Hoard of Health conflicts with no proor limitation upon tho expenditures of Territory."
Tho defendant's counsel tlon lB entitled to bo heard upon it. cuting violations of Territorial penal Act which
tho county nttornoys vision of tho Organic Act.
counties nnd nrovides no fixed rovenuo obiccting, tho court declined to allow Adjudicating tho constitutionality of- )llWs and clniins. together with irony tho deputiesmakes
Tho section repealing inconsistent
cuu.ii.jr mK.msupport and maintenance or tins amendment.
otner unties imposed upon him by tho
laws is sufficient for its purposo, loav-in- g
tlon avoids unnecessary exponso nnd aWK nf Hawaii, subiec.t tn micli "inn. I.
QTTESTTO'H OT" :nmTSTiTriTTn-for nnvment n'f lornl oxrnn.Htiires.
cases of doubt for judicial conFurther considering tho objections
Tho only limitation of expenditures is
Tho defendant denying that tho net complication if tho decision is ad- - ification" ns tho Legislature mny by
lo the net, and, if in its frvor, jnw onact. Tho provision thnt theso presented to tho County Act it is to struction. F.vcn without this section
that tboy fall within tho 50 per cent is invnlid for nny of tho reasons named ycrso
desirablo assurance- of legal duties "aro subject to modification l'o observed that a county is tho agent such ropcnl "Is Implied when tho now
of tho total amount of poll and school in tho submission claims that even if furnisr-c.
trumcntnlity of tho Stato or Ter- - law contains provisions contrary to or
Vy imj jucinsmiuro" was not ncccn i ur
uixua unu uwch on uroncriy nnu in- - xno act were invniiu equity lias no
come collected in eacu county, wmen jurisdiction to grant nn injunction " '" l"""
saruy mado sololy with rofcrenco to ritory nnd nns such powers only ns irreconcilable with thoso of tho fornnd expensivo litigation tho authority "to crea to counties,
ly Act 93 is to tio paid to county against him at tho su it of a taxpayer burdensomeiuu milieu uy iuu Hiniuio creating it, mer law." Sec. LM, H. L.
n . as . Whether counties havo tho scant pow
ctc., but may appropriately
treasurers. " Such a plan for payment or of a bondholder whoso bonds aro not ln. respect of matters
THE ACT VALID.
to well to details making thoso dutios crs given them In tho Now Knglnnd
of local expenditures is impracticable shown to bo in danger of being de- All
tho matters presented hnvo
political rights, but
and incnpablo of enforcement. There faulted.
mnre specific, or cnlnrcinir them, but States or tho larccr powers civen in been nbly argued and havo recelvod
nuestions nffocting rights ofjnot Bubstautlally revoking them nor newer States is something which docs our careful attention,
is no limitation upon tho amounts for That tho remedy sought by tho "nei1
but wo do not
us unii 1 10 casu substituting for their performnnco nn- - not affect tho validity of tho act,
which county wnrrnnts nro to bo plaintiff is availablo to him in his ca- - property, ,1 appears
find that oithor tho County Act, boing
drawn liv thn nnditor unon tlm tre.is. nnnltv nn n ritiron nn.l InTtinnr nn. presented by tlio plaintiff in his CB' other officer in placo of tho Attorney
Counties may properly share in Ter- Act 30, ns amended by Act Ct,
vror of tho Territory in favor of coun- - pears to bo within tho rule in Custlo Vnc'lti' nH a taxpayer comes within ucnerai.
ritorial tax money nssesscd nnd col- Act 03 of tho session laws of 1005
upty treasurers. Act 03 "relating to ct nl. vs. Kapona, 5 Haw. 2Z (1883).! erjuitablo jurisdiction for protection of
Tho Territory ns well ns counties is lected by assessors and collectors of on any of tho grounds presented, la
funds for tho payment of expenses for Tho petitioners in that caso appliod property rights against acts of cxecu-th- concerned in tho enforcement of Ter- tho... Territory,
unauthorized or prohibited
Or- several counties" trnnsfors to tho for a writ of mandnmus to rcquiro tho tlvo Pacers under unconstitutional ritorial penal laws. It is tho Terri0 find nothing in ho act which is Ran,c Act
'Auditor powers that could bo legally minister of finnnco to accept only i statutes.
tory nnd not tho counties to which not expressed in its title in tho senso pounds oj reasons Act
30, as amend- Tt is contended by tbo defendant nccruo fines and coBts for violation of of being properly incident, gcrmnno or
exercised by tho Legislature only, or(Unitod States gold coin or its cquiva-- i
or Act 93 is invalid.
if requisito powers wcro delegated to lent for Hawaiian bonds payable in thnt nn injunction to restrain illegal Territorial laws and tho proceeds of cognato thorcto
Tho largo discretion given by each injunction sought
them, by tho Hoards of County Super-- ! United States gold coin about to bo oxpcndituro of money, if issued at nil, Territorial claims. To placo with
by tho plaintiff
Tho Auditor is invested by issued by him in pursuanco of an act must bo directed not against tho sec- - county attorneys to tho exclusion of nf tho nets in question to county su- ought to be donled, and it is decreed
Act 03 with discretion to determine of the Legislature, nnd not to ncccpt rotary, nut the treasurer or auuitor. tho Attornoy General tho duty of pros- pervisors, as well ns to tho auditor ot ueeordlngly.
tho amounts nbove. 10 per cent of tho. therefor silver coin, averred to bo only 'rllia contention appears to us to bo ecuting them would not bo n "modi- the Territory, concerning expenditures
II. H. Highton for plaintiff; Deputy
estimated taxes payable to each coun- about 82 per cent of tho valuo of tho wru Erounucu ami nugm
fication" of tho Attornoy General's nf jiviblic monoy nnd the extent and
General jr. P. Prosser nnd
ty within six nionttis from July to Do- gold coin. The court held that issuing amendment of the submission if causo duties, but practically a repeal of that objects of such expenditures, may or Attorney
H. H. Cooper for dofondnnt.
comber next and afterward not less tho bonds for silver of less par value wre shown for holding tho County portion of tho Organic Act which
may not bo wise or desirable and may
than 15 per cent, for which monthly than gold would bo illegni and that i Act to bo invalid,
to them. Violation of county or inn not pivo better opportunity for
warrants shall bo drawn, tljero being "a loss and injury would nccruo to tho j
ordinances and prosecution of county expression of populnr wishes in thoso
no proportion fixed botweon tlio war- country thereby nnd to every tnx- The unlfoim success of Chumlierlaln'a
Tho validity of tho act affects this claims would properly ho entrusted to matters than is afforded by tho presrants nnd the actual or current ex- payer, and tl?o question is raised community profoundly. As n mcasuro county nttornoys only, but thnt is tho ent Territorial system. Such consid- Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea nnmedy
penditures ot tho' counties. Act 03 whether the petitioners enn resort to, intended to establish
extent to whieli their cxcIubWo author- erations, however, do not invalidate In tho relief nnd cure of bowel comcompels tho Territorial Treasurer, if this court to protect themselves." lb. over local affairs, a principlo wliich is ity can go without subverting the Ter- either of the nets.
pp. 81, 33. "Tho principal objection," the basis of our stato nnd national ritorial system provided by Congress.
Tho control of roads and bridges plaints both In children nnd adults has
pay the monthly warrants, to register said tho court, "to permitting suits systems, it has been urged by nil par-t- Kvcn if it were truo that tho net in trnnsfprred to counties is a modifica- btought .It Into almost universal use,
them and thereafter until paid thoy
bo brought by privato taxpayers, tics. Tho Organic. Act grants unre-i- s respect of tho Attorney Goncrnl's tion of tho powers nnd dutios of tho ko that It Is practically without a rival,
bear interest at 5 per cont per annum,
said to bo the annoynneo to public J strieted suffrage, by the 3xcrciso of .functions or in somo othor respects Superintendent of Public Works and and art everyone who has used It
tnereoy creating an eniorccu loan uy omcers oy a multiplicity ot suits. The) which tlio needs nnd.wisiics ot tuo cit 5003 rurthcr than is contemplated by csscntlnl to tho control by counties of knons, Js without nn equal.- - Sold by
all Dealers nnd Druggists, Benson
the Territory to the counties for nnswer to this, ns well as the doctrine izen nro intended to bo expressed nnd tho provisions of tho Organic Act for their own affairs,
which tho Territory is charged inter- - in such cases, is set forth in a recent carried into' effect by laws enacted by county government, thcro is nothing
Thpro is uothing in tho Organic Act Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
ITS FULL TEXT
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESIdaV,
hh wai I aNGja z ETTE
of Honolulu, H. T., Second-clas- s
Issued Tuesdays and jmaays.
WALTER G. SMITH, Editor.
Per Month, Foreign
P" Ycar' Frclen
Payable Invariably in Advance.
THE CIVIC FEDERATION.
a rower for
Tho Civic Federation lias n rnro opportunity to make itself
good government in Honolulu. It
hns flitted ncross tho
tho category of "holier than thou," a cllquo which
pages of history its countless numbers, only to disappear like
the time is
An elemental proposition for the Federation
for it to placo in its foundation is that a ticket of
A second corner-stonvoters,
perfect candidates is not possible except in n community of perfect
namo-sakThe Federation cannot do better than to emulate tho example of its
in Chicago, tho most successful Federation in the Union.
That organization now names a largo majority of tho city's elective officers. Its approval is n long step toward election and is therefore eagorly
sought by both parties and candidates. Its method is not to seek an independent, perfect candidate; but to endorse tho best candidates from nmong
thoso regularly nominated, regardless of party, unless all of tho rcgularjy
nominated candidates nro hopelessly bad or inefficient. In such case, and in
such caso only, docs tho Federation nominate- an independent candidate.
A third fundamental principle that tho Federation must mako plainto
evcryono is, that it is not making itself the tail to anybody's kite, noi acting
of any political party.
In other words, tho only way for tho Federation to accomplish nny good,
is to convinco tho independent voter that it is an independent and
organization, which is seeking nothing but tho public good, with no
privato or political axes to grind.
Tho sound courso for the Civic Federation of llouolul.i to now pursuo is
to tako tho two regularly nominated tickets nnd consider them oflioo by office.
If tho nominees nro such that cither or both of them may honestly be suptho Federation should select one and adviso its memported by
bers nnd supporters to voto for tho ono so selected, thereby concentrating
strength and teaching tho party manager that it pays to nominnto mon whom
tho Federation will ratify.
In no caso should tho Federation nominate a third candidato unless both
regular candidates nro so hopelessly bad or inefficient that un honest voter can
not conscientiously support cither of them.
By following tho tactics indicated tho Federation will conccntrato tho
independent vote, secure tho balanco of power and accomplish more to estab
lish nnd perpetuato good government than it possibly can by running n complete independent ticket and thereby attempting tho impossible.
Commission Agent. Queer.
(From Saturday's Advertiser.)
The engagement of Miss Ella Wight
nnd Dr. Knudsen has been announced. P. A. SCHAEFETt
and Commission Merchant, Honola
The Tnft party, which ts coming on
lu, Hawaiian Inlands.
the Manchuria, will pay 828,000 for paB- Bge
-- EWER8 & CHOICE.
D Howard Hitchcock, with wife and
J. Lowrey, C. M. Cooke.) Import
two children, are In town after nn ab
era and dealer In lumber and bull
ing materials. Office, 414 Fort St
tehco of two years,
The marriage of J s Hts-l- e Forrest HONOLULU
IRON WORKS CO. Mannd Arthur Rice of Honolulu will be
chinery of every descrltftm mad M
quietly solemnized today. Call.
A. T. Atkinson will deliver the address at the dedication of the new
EXCHANtE- buildings of Lahalnaluna Seminary.
The next bearing (h the local sake
Honolulu, June S, 3903.
cases, involving about $1,000,000, will
rTtrn1ln Klntna n.n nnw In nrnfit
nf liAof Bnfrnr Tim
Cnptnln Nlblack has gone to Lalm- - sails or a iocs, Capital. Val, ma.
operations aro distributed ns follows: California, five Tnctonesj
Colorado, ,na t0 tnke a ow tr,aneU,atIon for
nine; Idahn, three; Michigan, sixteen; Minnesota, one; Nebraska, three; New setting the ranges of the harbor light.
lork, ono; Ohio, one; Oregon, one; Utah, four; Washington, one, nnd WisMrs, Harry Mncfarlnne returned yes- O. Brawer A Co
terday on the Siberia from San Fran-clsc- o w....,,.
H aw. Agricultural. . . . 1,300,000
Tho conclusion of Mr. Savior, who has been the denartment's
Haw. Oom. ABngarCo. 2,12,7W
expert sinco tho first factory wns built, is that "tho last season can be fairly!
HrwaiUu Sugar Co.. . 1000,000
tho United States ns favorablo to tho
production of sugar. The success attending the beet crop is offering much en60000
couingcmcnt nnd considerably improving tho prospects of sugar production refunding bond Issue,
next year. Tho shortage of beets grown last season was not duo to a failuro of , "sirs.
Florence Macfarlane, widow of Eoloa
tho yield cither in respect Id quantity or quality, but to the limited acreage the late E. C. Mncfarjano, returned to Mo Dry ae Bat. Oo. , Ltd, I,K)0,000
secured by factories in many localities."
Honolulu yesterday on the Siberia and Onomea
It appears from tho Government report that tho industry is acquiring n wl" remain here some time.
OlaaSncarOo., Ltd... 5.000,000
JudEQ Dole has overruled the motion Olowalu
mote settled and definite stntus. Any now factory instnllcd now is founded
I'aaubaa BogriinUo. 8,000,000
en conditions which have- been investigated nnd nro known to bo satisfactory. to, q1ua?.h B"vlCo J s"'"mon8 '" "j6 Pclflo
Capital appears better ablo to grasp tho possibilities of investment, to look na,Ilat PacIflo Maof starnshlp Co.
beyond tho pioneer experiences incident to every new sugar factory. Tho,
M Cnket prcs,dent ot tl0 WataluArl.Clo
failures which occurred through mistakes in locating or constructing, Mr. Portland Commercial Club of Portland, Willnkn....
Walluku sugar Co.
Paylor declares, aro proving valuables guides to thoso interested in futurn ex- - Oregon, nrrlved on the Siberia yester-tensio- n
of tho industry. Of tho factories not operating, threo aro in California day to remain here for n few weeks,
and three in Michigan. Wliilo tho idlo plants might appear discouraging, Mr.
Chief Clerk Buckland lias called for Wilder 8.8. Co.. . .
P. S. Co.
Savior says tho percentage of idlo.jilnnts in tho United States is not nearly as tenders for printing and binding the
tho yearly avcrago for tlio last ten years in Germany, Franco and
H. B.T.4L, Co., Pd.
n. a X. a Ij. UC U i.'oooVobo
countries. Ileaclion in local sentiment is mentioned as tho JlVrtroory "lm."
cnusp of factories shutting down. In most instances it was purely a question .
of securing a sufficient supply of beets. Where sufficient beets can bo secured,
Haw.Ter., p.o. (Fire
tho Government oxpert says, nearly every other difficulty can bo overcome
take charge of his company's business
During his investigations Mr. Snylor found that tho difficulty with most here. F. C. Enos, who has handled the Haw. Terrl. 4Kp. c..
cf tho factories which havo not succeeded, was too great haste in their cslab-- 1 w'ork for three nnd a half yenrs past, Cal. A Haw. Bug. Ret.
....... . uuvreBi, t.
lift frffnaforrivl tn Ihp onTYln.inv's
uuiii viinv lu
mrincrs in ucei growing nnu Keen
Bwa Plant., dp. o....
them interested. Tho
industry prospers in sovornl European coun-- mainland service.
Miss Jennie Glffnrd of Honolulu, who Hawn.Coml.A
tries, Mr. Saylor says, becauso tho peoplo are accustomed to hard, laborious
Ha .tallan Sngar 8 p. c.
Percy Denson- 102
work, and even drudgery. Tho farmers in thoso oountrics learned to grow 's tl,e B"lst f
leave with Mrs. Benson very soon for UllO &. n., uo(t o p. o.,
fcugnr beets successfully, and they taught tho
children. In thoso all extended trip through Europe. Miss uou. &.o. i, a ii. uo.
old countries tho farmer nnd every member of his family work in tho beet Glffard U the daughter of W. M. Glffnrd KahukuBp. o. .,
K. AL. Co., Op.o ..
field. It is necessary to "thin" nnd "weed" beets bv hand, nnd flmt In wlinf. 'and well known In the smart set of the o.
uanuangar uo., op, o..
ougar IO., o p. C
farmers in tho European countries do. In this country, it is pointed out, tho lslnnd capltnl. Chronicle.
farmers aro devoted to tho use of
Co. 8 p.o.
mnchincry. Tho tendency has
John D. Spreckels will sail today for Pioneer Mill uo.,u.p.c,
been away from, rather than toward hand labor. Hero tho farmer nnd his ' Honolulu. He returned early In the raiaiaaAg,
hired men do tho work; tho children nttend tho public schools and tho col-- 1 ?veek
Jaunt through Southern California, on
leges. If thcro is
anything required in tho beet field,
tho general agent of tho wnIcn hl8 companions were his rtnugh- (Morning Session.)
Dcpartment of Agriculture says, it is hard work and plenty of it. Sugar beets ter. Mis Grace Spreckels, and Mr. nnd
6 Ewa, 27.25.
aro an cxponsivo crop. Given sufficient attention and labor they nro highly Mrs. Wakefield Baker. Call
remunerative under ordinary conditions. If neglected they are just as suro to
Mrs. John Slebe will shortly be re(Afternoon Session.)
carry the farmer's bank account tho other way.
turning from Honolulu, where she has BO
This failuro of tho American farmer to return to tho drudgery of former been spending n few delightful weeks.
SALES BETWEEN BOARDS.
dnys is nt tho bottom of tho failuro of tho
industry to attain that It Is not her first visit to the Island
glorious success which promoters wore predicting fivo or six years ago. Mod- city, and she has many friends there,
12 Oahu Sugar Co., 117.50;
50 Haw-Sug- ar
several of whom have been entertaining
Co., 35; $2000 Walalua Gs, 100.75- ern methods of ngriculturo will not produco a satisfactory ,crop, and when tho her extensively
during her present
farmer comes to delivering his becta to tho factory ho finds that his yield is stay. Chronicle.
UNITED BTATES WEATHXK BTJ-too Bmnll to make tho business pay. Tho item of hauling is an important ono.
Mrs.' William MntEOn sailed Friday
It is tho testimony of growers, though it is not set out in tho Government ro-- I last for Honolulu, accompanied by her
ort, that beets aro weighty and that where the haul is long and over unsatis daughter, Miss Lurllne Mat'on. They
expect to be absent about two months, Alexander Young Building, Honolulu,
factory roads tho price .paid for the crop at tho factory will not, in some
Monday, Juno 5.
pay tho cost of hauling. Mr. Saylor admits in his report that tho beet during which time they will be with
In the different Islands. Call.
groncrg in America nro not going back to European methods of growing, for friends
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur S. Rosenblatt
? THEP.MO. E 5? S WIND
ho says that, "it is evident that if, sugar beets aro to bo produced in this coun- will sail on the Siberia, May 27, for the
try it must bo dono by a systom of labor which is in harmony with American Hnwallan Islands for a visit of several :
ideas, conditions nnd aspirations." Ho mentions tho practicability of using weeks. Chronicle.
tho children of the cities in tho" beet fields to a considerable oxtont without
(From Sunday's Advertiser)
violating any of our ideals.
J. N. K. Keola, deputy assessor for
Tho whole tono of tho Government report just out is in marked contrast
Is In town.
with that of tho Government publications on tho subject four or fivo years ngo. Walluku,
of the 1001 29 02 3 67 78 .00 67 2 NB .....
Mr. Saylor admits that "tho
industry was stnrtcd with a littlo too Pacific returned from a visit to the
1W2 29.00 82 69 70
0 sw ....
much of cur
Amcricnn enthusiasm." Thcro wns too much of tho volcano yesterday,
kind of excitement, he says, often aroused by tho discovery of a valuable find
Henry Kapea, extradited from Lon- 1903 29 95 82 Ci 71 .00 8) 8 sw ....
in a new mine, or tho selling of corner lots in a now town. "Capitalists, busi. don will be arraigned before Judge De 1904 JJ.Ifl 82 78 78 0? 61 8 KB ....
ncss men nnd farmors all over tho country seem to havo tho one idea that a.Bolt on Weinesday'
1908 80(8 Si
Rule fusion ATge
The Democratic-Hom- e
Bticnr factory was a hinlilv bonefininl in.fifnfinn finnr,n:,,iu. n rpi,.
29.09 S3 C9 75 .01 ,74
ably not a town or city in the sugar belt that did not nt one time or another
ALEX. McO. ASHLET,
craze. A barbecue was held, tho farmers of tho sur-- 1
flection Dlrcctw In Chan.
the younff BQn of
rounding country wcro invited in, tho hnt was passed to pay expenses. An
Robert Parker, senior police captain,
ox was roasted and tho public feasted in somo hall or grove. Tho band played, died yesterday morning after a long
Issued by the U. S. Weather Bureau
nnd tho peoplo shouted, nnd overybody said: 'Hurrah for tho sucrnr faetorv.' " Illness. Office Every Sunday Morning.
This bit of description will recall meetings thnt wpro held in many cities and
A jury having been sworn on Friday,
Ballou-Park$50,000 libel suit trfal
towns throughout tho West four or fivo years ago.
S J g 3
In many cases all this noise and enthusiasm, tho Government roport says, will begin at 10 a. m. tomorrow before
2 Si a
led to tho establishment of a factory. The town gavo a sito and exempted it
i. -- "
Bft a 1
Walter F, Dillingham reports an lm
aaS-gBaand tho improvements on it from tnxntion. They went swimmingly for a time. ' nmv
fwimir toward Hawallnn se- but nftcr n trial tho farmers refused to grow the beets; and you cannot havo curltles on the Coast, from where he
B 28 29 98
factory without beets. Mr. Saylor notes that all this hurrah returned on Friday,
M 29 29 98
79 68 T 03 6
spirit lias subsided. In its placo wo hnvo tho cold facts and conditions on I It- - H. Trent, who returned from the TW 10
T 61 8 NB
r 1 8 03 SO 6iJ 0. 62 5 NB
which rest tho future of tho sugar factory. Through this reaction a majority Volcano House yesterday, rays the Kl-o- f
.01 ft) 1
tho factories have passed successfully. With those idle the issue is inde- NB
I 30 C4
THE COUNTY LAW.
Dr. Frederick Sohon of Washington, D. C, who wns in tho Arctic regions
twice with Peary, proposes to mako an experiment of great interest. It will
consist or a rauicni application ot mo oumoor Treatment tor consumptives in
nn ideal climato and ntmosphero secured through tho agency of n stcamor
- especially fitted as a
sanatorium, in which threo summer months
will bo spent in Greenland nbovo tho AtcUc circle. Tho steamer Havana has
been equipped for tho purposo nnd will sail from Halifax on tho 15th of this
month, returning tho last of September. Dr. Sohon has observed that at tho
best of tho consumption resorts in tho United States tho patient has good
days and bad nights. Ho says the secret of outdoor treatment for tho diseaso
is abundant sunlight and dry, cold, bracing atmosphere. In tho Arctic resunlight
gions in summer, thcro is a period of threo months of
and tho experimenter looks forwnrd hopefully
every hour in tho twenty-four- ,
to tho effect on his patients of a continuous sunbath of fourteen weeks.
Efforts to represent small farming in Hawaii as a failuro in tho past and
hopeless for tho futuro nro gratifyingly discounted by tho fact that moro
people, moved by both experience and investigation, aro nil tho timo tnking
up tho occupation. This is shown almost every week in nows from tho other
islands, as well as frequently in tho Advertiser's news of this island. Ono of
tho most notablo current instances is that ot Mr. Alexander, an experienced
California horticulturist, who has selected a homestead farm for profit on
Maui. Mr. Pond's successful initial experience upon land close to Honolulu
which, taking it nt itB condition a few years ago, was ono of tho most
locations to bo imagined, has been told in the Advertiser.
As tho County Act decision camo at tho fag end of a day crowded with
other local happenings and a mainland budget, it was impracticable on tho
following morning to print more than tho bare gist of tho deliverance. In
obodienco to a general desire, tho Advertiser today prints tho full text of
Tho county law having been sustained in tho faco of tho opposition of
thoso who must foot tho bills, tho next development of graft will bo a municipal measure, giving "local
to Honolulu nnd Ililo. It was
proposed last year to incorporate tho idea of city with county government, ns
is dono in San 1'rancisco, Chicago nnd clsowhere, but tho
down tho idea. They wanted ono moro short-cu- t
to tho treasury nnd long
tho next Legislature convenes thoy will bo surveying tho routo and macadamizing tho road.
It is a condition nnd not a theory that confronts us now nnd, unless tho
conspiracy is to succeed, tho Civic Federation had better
got in and namo a ticket which conservative citizens enn support. Tho Domo-crathad a chnnco to do so and threw it to tho dogs. It is for such duties that
tho Civic Federation wns organized and tho disgusted taxpayers look to it now
to load tho way. Othcrwiso tho entiro gnmo of graft, dating so far back,
Ono of tho expert opinions on the sugar market from Now York suggests
that a falling oft in tho domestic consumption of tho article, which tho statistics indicate, may bo moro apparent than real. It is intimated that when tho
season's buying attains its height a different story will bo likely. Tho question makes n littlo delving into tho figures of sugar consumption in tho United
Btates an interesting exercise. Statistics nvailablo begin seventy-fivngo and sinco that date, n period of
of n century, tho domestic
times that is, providing this
consumption of sugar has multiplied forty-iivyear will show but a very slight increaso over last year, Tho increase alono
cf tho past four years is nearly eight times tho total consumption Bccnty-iivyears ago.
In tho ycar 1830 tho United States consumed 09,711 tons of Biignr, or
about what two of several of tho largo plantations in Hawaii today produce.
Taking it by generations ns human oxistonco is' counted, in 3800 tho consumption had risen to 42S,785 tons, nnd in 1890 to i,17G,377. Ten years later, 1900,
tho quantity was" 2,210,847, and in 1901 it reached 1',7G7,102 tons. Tho million
mark had not been attained in 1880, when tho domestic consumption of sugar
was 95G,7S4 tons. Thcro would seem to bo n sustained increaso in tho ratio
of consumption, tho increaso in tho ten years from 1SS0 to 1S90 having been
519,593 tons ns compared with tho increaso of 517,315 tons in tho four years
from 1900 to 1901. This latter increaso is at tho rato of 130,828 tons n year,
or moro than a million tons for eight years if tho ratio stood still, which
means an increased consumption in that period of about tho present annual
production of Cubn.
"With such exhibits of tho growing demand for sugar in tho United States
in viow, together with tho reflection that other countries nro also using moro
sugar from ono period to nnothcr, any dismal forebodings of serious
within an early period would hardly seem to bo justified.
FUTURE OF BEET 5UGAR.
Tho tropics aro getting ahead of the temperate zono on tho sugar proposition. At least that is tho view of tho Agricultural Department, which has
put out n rather discouraging report on tho beet sugar industry. Charles T.
Baylor, special agent of tho Department of Agriculture, who prepared tho report, is unwilling to admit that the trend of the industry wns backward dur- Inc tho last year, in spito of its tremendous protection, but ho docs say that a
good many discouragements hnvo developed in the twelvo months.
work of development which hns been dono during tho past eight years," no
says, "it would bo surprising if some mistakes wcro not made. Tho agitation
was based on logical principles, tho general anticipations wcro rightly founded
and in tho main tho results justify the efforts which have been put fdrtb.
Tho beet sugar factories in tho United States at this time aro as follows:
Completed plants not operating
Building nnd partly completed
Entered at the Postofficc
Judge De Bolt granted tho motion to
strike out the claims of W. R. Castle,
trustee, and M. S. Grlnbaum & Co., In
the suit of Kaneoho Ranch Co. vs. L.
Ahlo et nl
It 3 gtmale by Auditor Fisher that
tne county of Oahu will have an in
come of $227,375.21 for the first bIjc
months, from which $125,000 for the
'lerruory on account of outstanding
warrants will have to be deducted.
President Roosevelt's warning to the nation against raco suicide has re
ceived practical recognition from tho Boston City Council. This is by tho
passago of a resolution which refers to tho President's attitudo on that sub-- 1
uu ueturea nun mo rciuwu oi lunuiorus to rent nouses or unts to coupies
with children tends to promoto raco suicide. "In tho opinion of tho City
Council of Boston," tho resolution sets forth, "such discrimination is hostilo
to tho safety of tho Cltv. tho Stato nnd thn nntinn. nnd worthv of thn enn.
demnation of nil good citizens, as well ns of such legislation ns tho general
court may properly undertake." It may bo imnginod that in a coming timo
(From Monday's Advertiser)
of advanced civilization the practico thus condemned by the Boston city
Dr. Davison arrived from Maul yesfathers, with its corollaries, will bo reverted to with llko feelings of horror terday.
to thoso thnt tho missionary annals of former Polynesian barbarities in tho
Georgo Mundon of Kapaa, Kauai, Is
"Sandwich Islands" now inspire.
J. S. McCandless was a passenger In
It is strnngo that tho Koreans, of nil alien peoples bore, Bhould invito n the Hall from Kauai.
forester osmer returneu yesteruay
sovero lesson of respect for law and order immediately after tho experience
of their moro
and on the snmo island of Maui
R. H. Worrall of the Island Meat Co.
returned from Maul In the Claudlne.
Tho brains of an Hawaiian paper that tries to discourago diversified farmR. N. Boyd of the Public Works De
ing would boil down to less than a tcaspoonful of calf's foot jelly.
partment returned from Maul yester- day,
Dr. J, T. Wnyson departs on the CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC. CHOLERA
J. A. Hughes, car builder of the O. R.
Alameda for Port Townsend.
AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY.
& L. Co., returned from Maul In the
away he will represent the Hawaiian
This remedy Is everywhere acknowlMedical Association at the meeting of
H. W. M, Mist, auditor, of Theo. H.
the American Medical Association nt edged to bo the most succesful medi- Davles
It .Kauai In&theCo.,Hall.Ltd., returned from
cine In use for Bowel Complaints.
always cures, and cures quickly.
BenJ.'F. How land, surveyor of Lau-The Board of Education appointed can be depended upon even In the mon pahoehoe
Sugar Co., arrived in the
L. Al, W. D. Alexander nnd W. R. severe and dangeroua cas-s- .
Farrlngton a committee to looki-lntgriping, all hinds of diarrhoea, and
the matter of an agricultural college, the first unusual loo?eness of the I T. B. Lyons denies that he has
bowels should bo taken. Sold by nil tired from the Maui fusion ticket," ns
by the government, the propo-e- d
pandldate for sheriff, In favor, of J. W.
Hllo High School, nnd the $3000 appro- - Dealers and Druggists, Bemon Smith
prlatlon for the Kona Orphanage.
Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
Noto: Barometer roadings are cor
rected for temperaturo, instrumental
orrorB, and local gravity, and reduced
to sea level. Averago cloudiness stated;
in scale from 0 to lu. Direction of wind
is provailing direction during 24 hours
ending at 8 p. m. Velocity of wind is)
avorngo volocity in miles per hour.
ALEX. McO. ASHLEY,
Section Director, in Charge.
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
6 6 07
P m Vi. a.m ia.m
5 5 24 1 9 4,54 10.C6 .
5.49 10 48 0.40,5.17 8.40 B 5
6 55.11 8 1.80 220.127.116.1110.44
7 6 51
6.41 11 27
8 7 46 1.5 n'lK, 2 B
9 8 48 1 8 9.30. 8 09. 2 15.5.17,8.41 ...7.
1 l'lO Ml 3.68 4 06 5.17 6.41 0.15
11 11.83 1 1 11.10 4,13 5 41 5 17 8 42 0.88
JO 10 00
5 29' 7 tO 5.17 6.421
First quarter of the moon June 10th.
Times of tho tide are taken from tho
United States Coast and Geodetic Sur-
The tides at Kahulul nnd Hilo occur
about ono hour earlier than at Honolulu.
Hawaiian standard time is 10 hoars)
slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 167
degrees thirty minutes. The timo whistle blows at 1:3a p. m., which is tho
snmo as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes.
Sun nnd moon aro for local time for
tho whole group.
, HAVAlX&N .GAZETTE, TlJ:DAtf . 4Ut&
ditch negotiations, although his
mer law firm Kinney, Ballou &
he was personally
HAONL GOES TO PRISON
FOR TWENTY YEARS
MISS CUNHA BECOMES THE
by some of
the parties. Further he testified that
the land of Annie T. K. Parker wai
not on the line of the ditch at the time
In question under consideration. There
were two distinct propositions with
respective water source?, one being to
Irrigate the Hamakua and the other
the Kohnla plantations. Asked It it
were true that he was unfit to practice
law the plaintiff answered;
"I do not consider I am. If that was
trues It would have been brought before the appropriate tribunal long
BRIDE OF DR. H. V. MURRAY
Losing your hair? Do you bring
out a combful oach morning? lias
it lost Its natural brightness? Is it
beginning to look (tided and dead?
Do you llko this condition of things?
Cortainly not. Thon stop this falling
of the hair at onco. Stop it boforo
your hair Is thin, short, and lifeless.
who drew the
Parker guardianship pleadings, conducted the
of Ballou. Tt. W. Breekons nn.1 former Jus
Buy a bottlo of
tice W. A. Whiting are associated wlFfT
him as counsel for the defendant. A.
G. M. Roberton conducts the case for
the plaintiff, assisted by Robblns B.
Anderson of Ballou & Marx.
Judge Lindsay rendered a decision
In the ejectment suit of Agnes C. Gait
vs. Lulla Wnlanuhen, finding for the and make your hair beautiful, glossy,
plaintiff for the recovery of the land silky, abundant.
without damages, costs to be paid by
II your hair Is gray, and you don't
the plaintiff. The dechlon Is in accaro to look nt thirty as i( you wore
cordance with a decision of the Su
sixty, thou you should uso Ayer's
preme Court on questions reserved, and Hair Vigor. It always rostoros color
the conditions as to damages and costs to gray hair, all tlio doop, riots, boautl-u- l
color it had whon you woro young.
are the result of agreement In open
Do not bo docoived by choap imitacourt. When the case came back to
which will only disappoint you.
the Circuit Court no new evidence was tions
offered, hence only one decision wns Bo suro you got AVER'S Hair Vigor.
Prepared bjr Dr. J. C.AyerA Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.
possible. The land In question is G230
square feet at Kawananakoa, Hono
HOLL1STER DRUG CO.. Agents.
W. O. Smith, In various fiduciary
capacities, yesterday had accounts approved by Judge Lindsay as follows:
Annual account ns trustee under the
will of Achl K. Akau, with receipts
$091.76 nnd payments $902.44.
Annual account ns trustee for Achl
K. Akau, a minor, with receipts $90
MRS. H. V. MURRAY
and payments $21G,05, making a. balance duo the guardian $120.05.
Account as guardian of Billy Bray,
fuUher beautified tho effect Tho
List night nt the Moanu Hotel
a minor, with receipts $42S.T0 and payIt is said that Henry Kapca, tho
nltlt t was made full with a dcml-tral,,
who was recently brought
Account of W. O. Smith and A. F.
ttv nml "'"l ,"8ert'0Mi' of 'nco medallions
Dr. Harvey V. Muirny
PHILIP NAONE, THE SENTENCED
nM(ln!nn,ul flmltlpna iirniluppil n urMtV
Judd, trustees of J. H. Wood trust, back from England on oxtraditlon paTlle . cfTect,
with receipts $2116.97 nnd payments pers, and who was nioro than willing Rosalie Cunha for his bride.
The wnlst wns simple In effect,
Philip H. Nnone received from Judge procure counsel. This Indicates that he $1003.30, leaving a balance of $513.67.
beautiful residence, formerly occupied tll0 llte saUn showing beneath Hon-b- y
Intends putting the Territory to Its Securities and cash in the trust amount
the United States Minister to Ha- - Hon lace which also draped the shoul-wa- ll
De Bolt the maximum penalty of the proof of his guilt. Kapea nppeared in to $7998.67.
pleading guilty, nnd will mako a fight
during the days of the Republic, dc". The short sleeves permitted long
law for manslaughter In the first de- court dressed In style nnd had a Judge Lindsay approved the ac
And, by tho samo
was count and granted the discharge of
to tho elbows, to bo
gree, of which he was convicted on Jaunty air about him. His ball
wns filled with relatives and Intimate' Bloves' nncliliur
Wm. K. Rees, executor of the will of tokon, thcro nro apt to bo developfixed at $2300.
worn. A handsome necklace of
of the bilde and
Kealoha Rees, balanced at $98.
ments. 1'or it is now known
phlres completed the costume.
Maria da Luz Medclros, executor of authorities that, although Knpea got before the coming of the brlde-t-hat
on October 8, J901. He was sentenced
Eight Japanese laborers of Honolulu
Priceea Kawananakoa, as matron of
the will of Joao Gomes Med'elros, has away with tho monoy ho was charged
to be Imprisoned at hard labor for plantation Indicted for conspiracy up- filed an inventory of
thrilling moment when every head Is honor, woro a smart gown of whlto
with having embczzloa, ho took littlo
ing houje nnd lot at Kallhlwnenn,
turned downward, and the whisper, chiffon over pink satin with bluck lace
Henry Hogan, who had their pleas de- $600,
of it away from Honolulu with him.
"When asked the usual question Na-oin
so frequently In churches, "Here Insertions, n Unttenberg lace coat coin-sh- e
$2050, a total value of $2650.
had nothing to say, hut J. J. attacking the Indictments.
and which sends every pletlng her robe.
to a passion for gambling, and to. his
Dunne as his counsel asked for the
THE FEDERAL COURT.
Mrs. Cunha woro a beautiful gown
feminine henit athrob. When Father
minimum penalty of ten years. Even
A Jury was obtained late yesterday
- of black silk.
months children older
that period was enough, the advocate afternoon before Judge Dole to try
A rare display of presents was ex- on another in- are subject to disorders of the bowels, not possessed of sand when ho refused ed the reception hall of the cottage.
said, to make the Judge 'or himself. If Frank C. Bertelmann
careful to flay with them and with tlio cash MIss Cunha and Dr. Murray awaited blblted upstnlrs. The room was filled
personation of a
.sentenced thereto, blow out his own Federal officer, he having been ac- - attention. As soon as any unnatural
ware, solid sliver pieces,
of Ins employers. Tho very men that him In the alcove. The nlcovo was with
bralns. He agreed that the Jury, while ' quitted on one Indictment therefor the loospness of the bowels Is noticed, ho played with aro known, and somo of
wnre, kahilis and beautiful ob- class
finding the defendant sane enough to present term. J. J. Dunne, Assistant
rhoea Remejly should be given. For them woro uniforms that should havo clusters of beautiful, fragrant and Jcots d'art.
commit crime, Indicated by their ver- - -- District Attorney, Is prosecuting and sale by all Dealers and Druggists, BenThe wedding ceremony was pcrform- beoii among tho last seen in gambling drooping Easter lilies, protruding their
and J. W. Cathcart de
Smith & Co.. Ltd., ngents for Ha- joints. But thoso wcro wide-opediet that they considered he had acted fending.Straus
at S o'clock and the reception bo- of
The trial win begin tins son
In the heat or passion.
dnys, nnd many things woro dono iu
at 9 o'clock, at which time tho
i.i i..y.i: uyi..i uvumi-du .IBreuiiBry,
Judge De Dolt observed thit he had ' The Pacific Stall Steamship, Co., by
rnlinlo rrvolvoM" thotr- numerous
to do, now.
no desire to be harsh or appear un - Its attorneys, Kinney, McClnnahan & MAUI IMPROVEMENTS
In tho nlcovo of lilies and
defalca- tide globo above was shaded
In ad- .Cooper,
the Jury had
Just, yet he thought
tion was discovered on n Friday. On Icntely-colore- d
the opposlto daisies. At 11 o'clock the guests re- mllt urought by Delegate Knlanl- been extremely lenient. The evidence jannole for damage to a suit cae and
MAY BE CHECKED tho following morning, although ho corner wns a huge and Inbeautiful
bank palicd to the Mnaui Hotel dining room
hall promised to bo on hand and taku
would have justified a verdict of mur- - its contents.
hero a sumptuous supper was served
der In the second degree, and he felt Is set up, also the allegation that the
tables prettily decorated with llow- at
property was not worth the $1334.50
that the verdict was more "lenient than claimed.
ready, that the Governor will tell me of him. They said themselves that creenerv. Bamboo stalks anu paims c'"- - ramuun,
thoy could not. It is truo that n noto
the defendant had expected.
It apMCDUFFIE ON TRIAL.
that It is county business, and must was found in his room, so written as completed the garnishments of the punch were served, during tho discuspeared to have been due to the ability
sion of which music wus heard emanA. McDuflle, former policeman, was be left to the counties," complained
to lead to tho conclusion that ho had room.
with which Messrs. Dunne and Thomp-ha- d put on trial for receiving a bribe ns an Superintendent
Stephen took his station In ating fiom the music gallery, rendered
of Public Works Hollo- - committed suicide, and the conclusion
conducted the defense that the executive officer before Judge De Bolt way
was nccopted by tho police. Kapca, of
throng of by tho Ellis Quintette club.
course, was protty woll known in town, the alcove, facing the littlo
Jury brought In a verdict for a lesser ' yesterday. Deputy Attorney General,
In ii rear room of the Cunha cottage
and F. E.
crime than the facts seemed to war- E. C. Peters
were served to tho gen- refreshments
directly before him. Princess
road and the
having rested at five minutes to 4 trail up Haleakala. Those Improve leaving port on tho Monday following wannnakoa, the matron of honor stood tlcmen, the plnce being a popular ren- tho discovery of his crime, and sailed
After sentence had been passed p. m., the trial was continued until 10 ments were provided
for in the last nway to foreign lands with tlio littlo at tho left of the bride, and Mr. C. dezvous, and where tho groom was
Dunne asked that Naone should be a. m.
honored on many occasions.
D. M. Ross, ffm, P. Roth, H. W. loan bill, and th'e appropriations will ho had succeeded iu keeping out of tho Cunha, brother of the btlde, served tho
permitted to visit his parents and
three little children. Judge De Bolt Green,
many sources. Among them was ono
Austin, F. W. Macfarlano Jr., F. J. 30th of June. That Is, the auditor will his' ruin.
it is said, will bo
thought the request proper but doubt- Robello, F. M. Klley, Jas. Stelner, Job hold up,
warrants on contracts for the brought out at tho coming trial and, Mr. B. S, Cunha, who stood at one dated Washington, D, C, and signed
ed the court's power to grant It and Batchelor and W. L. Lyle are the Improvements not entered Into before if
bo boiiio pretty in- side with Mrs. Cunha.
The solemn merely "Jack." contulnlng the follow- suggested a reference to the Attorney- - Jury.
that date. And, as I say, now that we teresting rending as to names nnd
"Kaknako con- united '"g terse message:
are about ready, I suppose that the dates and places.
Mr. Andrews thought It a were
tho couplo In
matter for the High Sheriff, and, fi- M. Brown, Henry C. Hapaf, Chlng Mon Governor will tell us that those are
county matters, anyhow.
which tho priest gave a sermon of ad- - message from the secretary ot the ser
nally, Mr. Dunne was allowed to InKnwate. The
have the plans ready, and they can go GEMS FROM
form that official that the court rec- Gar Isanda Ume
vice to the couple, showing them the ritory Is to tho effect that tho
Japanese woman who had ahead and build the roads
ommended allowing the privilege.
of duty In their married life and knnko Club" Is one which numbers in
toddling nbout her feet while on the want to.
Naonc's manner during the proceedKMJ
them to tread the path,"" membership Secretary "Jack" At
"The Iao Valley
leads up the
ings for his sentence differed markedly
etiquette of courts, the Inevitable valley to the plains road
klnson and the bride and groom. Aii- of religious duty.
from that he bore throughout the trial. the
military cap that every Jap kid Is properly speaking, it Is a
DOWN WITH CZARISSL
"While then his demeanor
religious other was from Dr. Daniel Murray of
vas that of topped
with these war times.
It Is about two miles long, and should' do to the polls on election day with service the happy couple received tho Halifax, a near relative of tho groom.
ncute melancholia, his eyes never being
Ah Nam and Chlng Mon Gqr were be built for $10,000.
The trail un a
raised from the floor, now ho was the
determination to put an end to n congratulations of thoso present, chief while still another wus from Clifford
attitude clinln of evidence when Ah On, the Haleakala should not cost more than ono man rule. Show by your votoi among
whom were the ushers Justice r'Kan fiom Littlo Rock, Ark., offering
to meet the worst the law had for Chinese policeman, was
the purchase of votes with bad
tried for the
'We nre also getting ready to con thqt
him. During the trial, owing to the
a. Wilder, Dr. Yost, U. S. A., congratulations to both bride nnd
offense and acquitted. The Jap struct, a new landing at McGregor's Qlrt 'will not be tolerated. Compiiu
fact that for the first time In such a same
Republican ticket with tho con Mr. J, Tarn McOrew, Mr, J. O. Carter, Kroom. Not so long ago eastern pa- woman In McDuffle's case Is a Bay, to take the plnce
case here the Jury were at
of Maalaea glomorated ticket of the opposition, Jr.
,,erH loltl ot a romance in which Miss
new link, being put up ns the person landing."
and Mr. A, Derg.
between sessions of court, with free through
and there will be no hesitation as to At thn conclusion of the eeremnnv. Cunhn, described as a "Hawaiian
access to the newspapers, the Adverone you; will vote.. Vote tho
of $3 finally passed.
Princess," and Mr. Kgnn figured. Thus
A BROKEN DOWN SYSTEM. which
tiser refrained from any comment upstraight ticket. Down with Ciarlsm the Hawaiian Government band, cent the congratulatory message.
she denied that she was
on Naone's bearing and demeanor.
Thl Is a condition (or fllecato) to welch
in a certain Interview,
Tho wedding reception was attended
Many times it was noticed by onlook- threatened,
miny timci, but whlck lew of them
with being sent to prison and having real! (irenndcratand.
and stationed In the Moana Hotel by several hundred guests, numbering
It la limply weaknean a
ers that Naone, when critical evldenco
MAKINO IS TOO WARM,
baby taken from her If she would
aa It were, of tho tltal forcta that
paik, played tho wedding march, fol- among them tho most exclusive memwas being given or strong remarks her
auitaln the ayitem. No matter what may t
not testify against McDuflle.
society, with whom
keeps trying to bent
Its causes (for they are almost nomlierleaa),
were being uttered nbout himself,
It with other nppropilate selec- bers of Honolulugroom
It is one of the
tho bride und
"Hatter" Its symptoms are ranch the same; the more
have long been
would make visible efforts to prevent cases.
prominent belnsr sleeplessness, tense of proa
Boss has a learned
the betrayal of any expression that
depression of spirits and randa burned.
LIBEL SUIT TRIAL.
The festivities concluded with n ball
It was a beautiful wedding throughwant of enertry
all the ordinary affairs of lawyer n his house all tho time.
might indicate a rational appreciation
Henry C. Carter, George Lucas, S, life. Now, whatforalone
In the reception pnrlor of tho Moana,
la abaolutolr easentlal
of his position. In. this he succeeded M. Ballou and
Arthur A. Braymer
where enjoyment reigned until a late
VITAL STUENOTn AND KNKUQT to get one little victory he will sue for lights, the park was
well so far as controlling his facial were
Illuminated In hour this morning nnd In which tho
witnesses called yesterday, in flsoar
throw off these morbid feelings, and experience peace.
muscles and eyelids went, but a cer- Judgethe
honor of the occasion, with myriads of bride and groom Joined.
Lindsay's court, for the plainthat aa ntcht succeeds the day thta may
more certainly secured by a courae of the
tain bracing of the body to keep im- tiff in the $30,000 libel suit
of Sidney be
lights peeping out from
UP OR SHUT UP."
movable and a hard gulping action of M. Ballou,
VOLCANO HOUSE REGISTER.
foliage, ahd in every room beautl- TUEEAPION NO. 3
the throat showed an intense realiza- Parker, capitalist. Following Samuel
BrayFrom May 20 to May 30. A. C. Pal
by auy other known combination.
tion of everything.
Some who had mer the plaintiff was recalled to the than
sorely aa tt la
In accordance with the
Trtvln XT T
harbored an idea that he must have stand, holding it until adjournment at printed directionstaken
It. wlU tbe ti.TCtigh its columns what the objec- look to everything. The dining room nak'alau. D. w. MarHh, Hllo;' F. w!
shattered health be restored, the BXPIBINO
been Insane when his terrible deed wbb 4 o'clock.
was garnished with festoons of Golden Terry, Honolulu;
LAMP OF LIFE LIOIITKD DP AntESn, and
committed changed their minds from
a new existence Imparted In place of what ernment opening Its lands tributary to
A great many documents were put had
Shower blossoms, each festoon merg- - Onome, Olaa; S. Matsuda, T. Aokl,
observing how perfectly
bo lately aeemed
In evidence, connected with the famous ralneleaa. This wonderful medicament Is puren; C Henry White. Naalehu; Frank
he kept himself through the awful life
Teeetable and Innocuous, la acreeable to tbe
contest for licenses from the GovernMedcalf, G. II. Gere, Hllo; H. O. Gin- or death ordeal in the courtroom.
suitable for all constitutions and condi- it would be of advantage to all con of the room being relieved by palms
ment to construct the Hamakua and taste
A. B. Loebensteln,
tions, In either sex; and tt la dlfflcult to Im- cerned.
KAPEA IN COURT.
Kohnla Irrigation ditches.
nnd other green plants. The billiard Htlo; Mrs. James Lino, James Lino,
agine a caae of dlaeaae or derangement, whose
Henry Knpea, indicted last year
The suit is on account of charges
room wns filled with green plants, re- Ookala; James McAullffe and wife,
permanently benefited by
after he had fled the Territory for em- made against Ballou In an affidavit by thla be speedily and
recuperatlre essence, wblcb la
lieved with bowls of beautiful roses. Kau; Mrs. M. J. Turner, Los Angeles;
bezzling a bond of Wnlalua AgriculParker In the Annie T. K. Parker, destined to caat Into oDUrton ercrythlng that
Richard II. Trent, O. E. Wall, Honopreceded
hallway was filled with the trail- lulu;
from the Ha- minor, guardianship case, alleging that
We. learn that since the convention
John C. Searle, Hllo; Mrs. Frank
claaa of human allmenta.
false to Parker in that matand brought back he
stood for what was good in the Kau
J. Hare, Mrs. W. M, Langton, Miss
from London under extradition pro- ter as a former client of his in the
delegation the Ruler of the Inobrlato
Her robe of cream Duchess satin Dolla Fennell, J. A. M. Johnson, Honoceedings, was produced in court be- ditch buslnes". Its conclusion was in chaaera thould see that the word "Theraplon" Club has 'come out in his true colors as shimmered
beneath the drapery of em- lulu; F. M, Husted, L. J. Llnderman,
appear on Drltlsh Oorernment Stamp (la
De Bolt for arraignment substance that Ballou was unfit to la sold by the principal Chemists throrgnout the a Fraud and Stinker, because posing as
Gertrude Mason, Maude
and the veil of white San Francisco;
.At his request he
courts of wM. rrlre In England. 29 and 40.
a Republican he supports now its ene
Mason, Itnogcne Mason, Lorraine Anon
wns allowed to reserve his plea until the Territory.
only"eason that he can
drews,' Lv A. Andrews, Hllo; F. B.
b icder of Ills Majesty's Hon. Com- mles for the
Wednesday morning so that he might Mr. Ballou on the stand denied that package
not have his own nasty way.
morning mist. White carnation blos- - Whltln, Mrs. F. B. Whltln, Honolulu.
missioner,' and without which tt la a forgery.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY,
JOHN M'GUIRE CUT
A WIDE SWATH AT
(Mail Special to the Advertiser.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 13. The American Federation of
Labor, as represented here by its president, Mr. Samuel Gompcrs,
is unalterably opposed to any step towards securing more Oriental
He so expressed himself in an interview tolaborers for Hawaii.
day. Mr. Gompcrs says he and His organization will fight any legislation to alter existing provisions of the Chinese exclusion act, for
the benefit of Hawaii or of any other part of the world over which
the United States has sovereignty. Furthermore, he says that his
organization is prepared to ask Congress at the coming session to
put the bars up against Japanese. The Secretary of the Federation,
Mr. Frank M. Morrison, supplemented this statement with the information that the Federation is already conducting a campaign
through its unions over the country to influence members of Congress to vote for a Japanese exclusion act.
The two federation officials made these statements in connection with a conversation about the visit here some weeks ago of
John McGuirc of Honolulu. It seems that McGuirc stopped over
here", while he was en route from Honolulu to Philadelphia, where
he is now residing. "They froze McGuirc out at Honolulu," said
Mr. Morrison, "and he has gone to Philadelphia to cam his living.
He has a sister there, and his present address is 815 East Ontario
.street. He came here to talk with usbout lab6r questions in Hawaii, and went over the history of the struggle there to secure more
'Oriental labor. The sugar plantations arc in control of everything
on the Islands. Some of the labor officials out there were disposed
to side with the planters. They were honest about it, we suppose,
for most labor, men arc honest in their convictions. But McGuirc
could not agree with them. We do not want more Orientals in
those Islands or anywhere else where white men have to work. We
do not want their customs. They may be well enough in Japan.
"McGuirc told us that the shipment of Japanese laborers to the
mainland was always accompanied by the importation of more Japanese from their own country. If 6000 Japs were taken to Oxnard
county, California, for instance, 6000 more came pretty soon from
Japan' to take their places and to work under contract. In California they arc displacing the Mexicans who arc working very cheaply
and arc satisfied, each Mexican being content to work on wages
that will enable him to keep a cow and have an adobe hut. McGuirc
also assured me that white Men would work in the cane fields of
Hawaii, if the sugar planters would pay them sufficient wages. lie
said the difficulty was that the planters would not pay living wages
for white men, which, of course, would be less than what would be
considered living wages here on the mainland, especially in California, where the Mexicans work for little money."
In reply to other questions, Secretary Morrison said that
did not recommend any specific measure for enactment by
Congress, but that he simply talked over the Hawaiian situation as
he (McGuirc) saw it. "The effect of his visit," Mr. Morrison addthe program that the Federation has
ed, '"was only to
already mapped out to press Congress for the enactment of a Japanese exclusion law." This was borne out by President Gompcrs,
who came into the room during the conversation with Mr. Morrison.
"Vc had been in correspondence with McGuirc," said Mr. Gompcrs,
"before he came to Washington. He is one of the men who have
kept us informed about labor matters in the Islands for some time.
I was out of town the day he called and he talked with Mr. Mor
rison. There was a lot of things he could tell better than he could
write. He went over the history of the labor situation out there
and also went into the special and technical phases. His words only
our position. Much that he told us was by no
means new. It is not our intention now, and was not before he
called, to press any legislation specially with reference to Hawaii,
but to press legislation covering the entire tcrritory'imder the sovereignty of the United States."
These statements by Mr. Gompcrs and Mr. Morrison were
somewhat in variance with what McGuirc said after his conference
with the latter, as he declared to the Associated Press that the Federation proposed to bring the matter of Japanese immigration to
the Hawaiian Islands before Congress for some action.
GOMPERS ON LABOR SITUATION.
President Gompcrs spoke with considerable emphasis about
He said he had received
the general labor situation in Hawaii.
copies of the Pinkham report ; in fact, had received two copies of it,
"I have gone
Mr. Gompcrs added:
and had read it carefully.
patiently over the volume of arguments and evidence presented by
both sides of the labor controversy in the Hawaiian Islands. I have
never been in Hawaii, but I believe I understand the conditions there
very thoroughly. I have visited Cuba and Porto Rico, and other
zones where labor questions are importtropical and
ant. There may be a difference of a few degrees in temperature,
but the social and economical problems arc much the same. The
effect upon the various communities of dumping upon them large
numbers of Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese and other cheap laborers
Js about the same. I have been in about every State in the Union
and observed the results of such immigration there, and I know
.very well what it must be in Hawaii. Wc want no more Chinese,
either on the mainland or in Hawaii. Wc also want to put the barriers up against the Japanese. There is white labor enough if the
employers will pay living wages." President Gompers said more
in the same vein, indicating his unyielding opposition to any legislation for any part of the country that would furnish a larger supply of Orientals. He declared that he understood fully the powerful forces which are arrayed in support of the Japanese and Chinese. They had realized that when the last Chinese exclusion act
was passed. Secretary Morrison, while discussing the Hawaiian
situation, observed that there would probably be some difficulty in
putting the barriers up against the Japanese, because of existing
The Commissioner General of Immigration, F. F. Sargent, has
constantly disclaimed any knowledge of the representations made
here by McGuire. It appears that the former Honolulu cabman
did not call at the Department of Commerce, but contented himself
with a long statement to Secretary Morrison. ' Mr. Sargent has
expressed himself in much more moderate terms regarding the labor supply for Hawaii. He expects to leave here in about three
weeks for his Honolulu trip, having engaged passage from San
Francisco on the steamer that sails June 7.
Secretary Atkinson of Hawaii has not yet arrived in Washington, but is supposed to be in New York.
Nothing has yet been
tipnrrt frnm liim 1iirv lint rrmci1nrril1 ninil Jc nuriitinry lite nrr!rnl
flhe Department of the Interior has nothing to do with the refund-.'-
J. 8. McCandlees returned on Wednesday from Honolulu to superintend
the drilling of a second well at tho
ing of the Territorial bonds, as it was stated there today, and accordingly has had no reason to keep informed of Mr. Atkinson's
Mr. Edward M. Boyd, Secretary of the Hawaiian Promotion.
Committee, returned here today. Before his departure he will consult further witli Secretary Taft, it is expected, over the arrangements for the lattcr's visit to Honolulu. Mr. Boyd left this evening
for Pittsburg, Pa., after having secured from Secretary Taft a permit for the Hawaiian Band to go to the coast on the transport leaving September 8. His New England trip was very satisfactory.
AS TO COFFEE DUTY.
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw is in favor of putting a duty
on coffee. When I asked him recently if things had come to a pass
where he regarded, tariff legislation by the Congress at its next
session imperative, he replied:
"If you ask me whether revenue legislation is imperative I
shall answer yes." Various methods of raising revenue were mentioned and after quite a conversation the Secretary added:
"There is one way we could raise all the necessary revenue and
no man in the United States would feel it, or rather but a few men
would feel it. Put a higher tax on every barrel of beer. We could
raise as niurli as $200,000,000 a year without it becoming a burden
upon the people.''
"But von would lose the saloon vote," was suggested.
"I am not talking about votes wc would lose; I am talking
about the statesmanship of the situation," the Secretary replied.
"Then we could raise a large sum by putting a duty on coffee. We
could insert a provision exempting the coffee of the Philippines,
Porto Rico and Hawaii from this import duty. That would be encouraging the industry in those islands. Such a law would force the
Biazilians to repeal their export duty on coffee, which the consumers in this country now have to pay. Wc should be able to buy
coffee at just as low prices as now, and, furthermore, could protect
and eneoiiiagc the industry in the islands under our flag."
Tin' matter of laying a duty on coffee may be further discussed
before ihe next session of Congress is far advanced, but it is regarded as more probable that Congress will raise the desired revenue from increasing the tax on beer.
Patents have been granted to Herman A. Peilcr of Koloa, Hawaii, for a dumping car, and to Henry P. Baldwin of Puuncne, Hawaii, on a device for cleaning impure and viscous soutions.
BiairtfflH jto juuom
The undersigned having been p
pointed agents of the above rnmritUl
are prepared to Insure risks against
Ore on Stone and Brick Buildings and
on Merchandise stored therein on the
nost favorable terms. For particulars
at the ofllce of
F. A. SCHAEFEU & CO., AgU.
NorthlGoraan Marine Insur'oo
NEW YORK, May 15. M. G. Wansar
say of sugar: "The reaction can
not last much longer. The Influence of
solid buying by those who must have
sugar to supply the consuming trade
will soon make Itself felt and the
courseof prices from then on will be
governed by actual supply and de-
Fortuna General Insurance
The above Insurance Companies have
established a general agency here, and
the undersigned, general agents, are
authorized to take risks against the
dangers of the sea at the most reasonable rates and on the most favorable
Insnranoo Co. lor Sea
River and Land Transport
Having established on agency at Honolulu and the Hawaiian Islands, the
undersigned general agents are author
ized to take risks against the dangers
of the sea at tha most reasonable rates
and on tho most favorable terms.
F. A. SCHA&FER & CC,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tht Overland Route.
U was the Route In '49!
It Is tho Route today, end
Will bo lor all tlmo to como.
THE OLD WAY.
HAVE A SCHEMETO
PULL DOWN POEPOE
We believe those
conditions will compel higher prices.
The consumption on the Continent does
not show an Important falling off, but
the Great Britain and United States
figures are disappointing.
has been a real decrease to the extent
statistics Indicate Is a fact that at
present cannot be determined.
Ible stocks of refined that Is, those
sugars In the hands of the distributors
have been larger than was supposed;
therefore, stocks In nrst hands, which
are the visible supplies upon which
statistics are based, have not gone out
We believe the reduced
meltings of our refiners so far this year
are partly explained by the large shipments made during-JanuarThe sugars were not needell then, but they
were chenp, and It paid the distributors to carry them. Later on, when statistics may reasonably be Judged with
more accuracy, we will probably find
that the higher1 cost has caused only a
very slight curtailment of consumption
in the United States."
THE NEW WAY.
There was a secret meeting of leading Democrats held in a
down town office Saturday night to discuss the advisability of making certain changes in the fusion county ticket. Whether there
were any Home Rulers at the meeting, or whether the Home Rulers
have been consulted, is not stated.
The plan is said to be to pull down Pocpoc, fusion candidate
for sheriff, leaving the place blank. Then Poepoe is to be placated
with the nomination for district attorney, which it is said Mr.
Watson is entirely willing to relinquish. But whether Poepoe has
been consulted with reference to the proposed change is not stated.
Those present at the meeting expressed their entire willingplatform.
ness to stand behind Brown on his
The proposed move, indeed, is entirely and altogether in the interest of Brown, who is just now in high favor with Democrats.
Col. George W. Mncfarlane, who went
to the coast several months ago to
syndicate the Kohala Ditch Co., returned yesterday on the Siberia and Is
registered at the Royal Hawaiian
Hotel, He returned here to complete
the details of the syndicating arrangements. The financing of the proposicus3Hbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb!
tion was done through the
Bank and other financial
friends In San Francisco.
As soon ns the actual cost of con'THt OVERLAND LIMITED.1
struction is known, which will be asELECTRIC LIGHTED
certained towards the end of the year,
RUNNING EVERY DAY IN THE YEAE
the bonds of the Ditch company will
Only Two Nights between MIsslourl and
be Issued. Engineer O'Shaughnessey
has the whole work well under way,
and the ditch will be constructed withMontcomery St. Sun Franclacn, CaL
in the estimated time.
S. F. BOOTH.
As to hotel matters Col. Mncfarlane
says he has a proposition to acquire
the Royal Hawaiian Hotel ngaln but
has not perfected arrangements. The 29
sale of tho Hawaiian Annex at Wal-kl- 30
beach Is a matter of the
estate being cleared up, Col.
on a mortgage Mean 78.6 67.8 73.2
which he holds. The beach property
Note. "T" Indicates trace of precipiwill probably remain In the hands of tation. 'In Inches nnd hundredths.
(Reduced to sea level; Inches and hunA CREDITABLE CADET.
Mean, 30.06; highest, 30.16; date, 17;
Clarence K. Lyman, Hawaii's first
representative nt the United States lowest, 29.91; date, 26.
Military Academy, at West Point, and
Highest, SO; date,, 21; lowest, 63; date,
who graduates In about two weeks,
has made a record that he may well 1.
Greatest dally range, 15; date 1.
be proud of and one that Is a credit
Least dally range, 8; date, 5.
to Hawaii and its schools. After the
Mean for this month In 1S90, 75 deg.;
January examinations he was number
In a class of 115 members 1891, 74 deg.; 1S92, 76 deg.; 1S93, 76 deg.;
75 deg.; 1893, 70 deg.; 1896, 75 deg.;
and will no doubt graduate within one 1894,
jie 1897, 75 deg.; 1S9S, 74 deg.; 1S99, 75 deg.;
or two numbers of that point.
1901, 7G deg.; 1902, 74 deg.;
stands second In conduct, having re- 1900, 76 deg.; 1901,
75 deg.; 1903, 73.
ceived but six demerits during the 1903, 74 deg.;
past year, nnd Is thirteen In Infantry, Menn of this month for 16 years, 75.
Absolute maximum for this month for
artillery and cavalry drill regulations.
He Is the ranking first lieutenant of 16 years, 87.
Absolute minimum for this month for
the battalion organization.
Titus, of Pekln fame, Is a classmate, 16 years, 60.
Average dally deficiency of this
standing five numbers lower than Lyman. Young Lymafr will spend the month as compared with me'an of 16
three months furlough .granted Jhe years, 1.7.
graduating class before Joining their Accumulated deficiency since January
regiments, at his home In Hllo.
Average dally deficiency since Janut
doubles will arouse considerable rivalry In team work. All entiles must be
In writing and filed with President Elliott on or before June 21th, at which
time the drawing for playing will be
made. The tournament will begin on
Thursdny, June 20th, and continue until finished. It Is expected the finals
will be played off on Monday, July 3rd.
The committee In charge of the tournament nre Dr. II. B. Elliot, F. W.
HILO, June 2. As the date grows Thrum, Aug, Humburg, Adam Lindsay
nnd S. Grace.
nearer, the Interest In the Fourth of
July races increases.
of Hamakua have
Jockey Club are cettlnir the track and
.i 'decided upon a new ticket for their dts
' trict, owing to the withdrawal of A.
rcnovuLeu u.m B. Lindsay as a candidate for super- Kiu.m Buum iiavo
me Dose Dan grounds leveled nnu, visor. They will put Antono Fernan-rolleWord comes from Honolulu dez up for supervisor for the district
that some of the speediest horses there, a.nd Wm- - J- - ckard as deputy sheriff.
II. Vicars Is a thorough believer in
sucli ns "Racing Murphy" and "Bru-ner- "
small farming and he has secured
will enter the races here on the about an ncre of
land adjoining his
Fourth. 'The Mallard," "The Fret- - home In Puueo, which he will plant to
tcr," "Egyptian rrlncess" nnd several bananas, pineapples and a vegetable
other well known horses will start In garden.
the one und a quarter mile dash. "The M. Castro, Secretary of the San Antonio Society
Honolulu, arrived in
Fretter" won the Burns Handicap nt Honolulu last of
week and appointed M.
San Francisco two years ogot carrying C. Galante, local agent of the order,
oft the $10,000 prize. Two new horses vice Bernard de Camara, Sr., recently
are expected from the coast early In deceased.
June to enter the races. Five or six J. L. Kaulukou, formerly of Honohas hung out his shingle ns a
Hawaiian bred horses are already here lulu,
practising nttorney with I. E. Ray,
and providing arrangements can be Hllo.
made, n string of ponies from the ParThe engagement of Manuel Furtndo, U. S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE.
ker Ranch will be on hand.
clerk to Chas. M. LeBlond, and Miss
The Jockey Club1 have planned an Frances Antone Is announced.
elaborate program, to begin at 9:00 The farewell dancing party given to
o'clock In the morning, with a list of A. II. Jackson by the Kilo Cotillion
Club at Spreckels'
events to keep the people interested night was a great success.
throughout the day. A match baseball small crowd was present, but the music Station, Honolulu, T. H., Month, May,
game will be played between Papaaloa was par excellence, andi those present
nnd a picked Hilo nine for the J75 prize enjoyed themselvesto n late hour. Nor
Deg. Fahr'helt Preclpl- - Ch'rcter
offered. Two or three races will be ru '
re Dae. Max. Mln. Mean tatlon of day
In the morning nnd the afternoon will signed.
be devoted entirely to racing events.
A. P. Brlckwood, who came Into Hllo
Lunch can be obtained on the grounds. last week to attend Jury, brought news
At night there will be a grnnd ball, of the birth of a baby In his vicinity
ago that was In the nature
under the auspices of the Jockey Club, nof month
n monstrosity. The child had hair
nt the Hllo Armory.
on his chin and five teeth In the upper
The Hllo Tennis Club announce nn nnd the same number In the lower
open tennis tournament beginning June Jaw. It Is said that this Is the Becond
description born to the 10
29th nnd the offer of numerous cups to child of this
same couple, the first one dying a few 11
the winners warrants the belief that days after birth. When Mr. Brlckwood 12.
there will be a large number of entries. left home the latest arrival In the pre- - 13
The Hllo Tennis Club Cup for ladles' clnct was still nltve. Word received 14
singles Is held by Mrs. H, V. Patton of from there yesterday was to the same 15
Itaknlau, nnd the Holmes Cup for gen- effect. It Is said that the child Is de-l- 6
tlemen's singles Is held by Dr. Fred formed In other ways. His parents are 17
Irwin, also of Hakal.iu, so that there Portuguese.
will be a strenuous effort made by the
It Is reported that Dr. Henry Os- - 19
Hllo players to wrest these prizes from trom, the evangelist, will return with 20
the Hakntau contingent. A number of Rev. C. E. Shields on Wednesday from 21
Kohala players h.we announced their Honolulu. It Is probable, Dr. Ostrom 22.. ..,.79
Intention to attend nnd also the Hor- may be prenlled upon to hold n num- - 23
ner boys from Hamnkuj.
ber of meetings during his stay In Hllo7'24
Demosthenes Lycurgus of
has W. A. Kinney left on the Falls of 23
generously offered a handsome silver Clyde last week for San Francisco. 26
doubles nnd where he will undergo an operation 27
CUP for the.
the Tennis clubs second
for mixed for cataract
28. ..... 79
Totnl this month, 1.24.
Greatest precipitation In 21
0.44; date, '22 and 23.
Total precipitation this month
5.20; 1878. 0.23; 1879, 2.17; 1SS0,
1.93; 1882, 1.26; 1883. 0.6"l; 1SS4,
11.29; 18S6, 1.54; 1887, 5.49; 1888,
1.27; 1890, 2.03; 1S91, 0.36; 1S92,
1.42; 1894, 0.27; 1903, 1.24.
Average of this month for
Deficiency of this month ns compared
with average of 19 years, 1.03.
Prevailing direction, N.E. (70 per
cent); total movement. 6667 miles;
average hourly velocity, 9.0; maximum
velocity (for five minutes), 28 miles per
hour, from the northeast on the 13th.
Number of clear days, 9; partly
cioudy, 21; cloudy, 1; on which .01 inch,
or more, of precipitation occurred, 22.
Auroras, none; halos: solar, nonS;
Hall, none; sleet, none; fog, none.
Note, Rainfall to 1S94, Incl., from
McIClbbln record; all other data to
1904, Incl., from records of Territorial
Meteorologist; 1903 data from U. S.
Weather Bureau records.
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1905.
CASTLE & COOKE CO.. Ld
Recorded May 24, 1905.
James T Loach to Henry Wato.-hous- e
Ltd Tr. Tr D; lots
1, 2, 3
& Co to Thomas F Mc- Tlghe, Rcl: 12,600 sq ft land, Young St.
Honolulu, Oahu. JS000. B 226, p 172.
Dated May 23, 1905.
Co, Hawaii Land Co Ltd by Tr to Thos
F McTIghe, L; pors kul S510 nnd 670
and brick bldg, King and Maunakea
Sts, Honolulu, Oahu. 5 yrs at $175 per
4IEMTS FOR FIRE, LIFE AH mo. B 263. r 4S6. Dated May 19. 1905.
John II Est Ltd to Sin Que Compa
ny, L; 2 acr land, Walplo, Ewn, Oa
hu. 5 yrs at $10 per yr. B 263, p- - 488.
Dated May 1, 1905.
J Kauhane to Lung Do Wal Co, L;
R P 3046 kul 1640, Walklkl. Honolulu,
OF LONDON. FOB FIRR AND
Oahu. 5 yrs at $10 per an. B 263, p
LIFE. Established 1836.
490. Dated May 19, 1905.
'Accumulated Funds ....
Emily C judd by atty to William
Wolters, D; 104,586 si ft land, Kapahu- lu, Honolulu, Oahu. J1250. B 269, p
British and Foreign Marine Ins, C( 201.
Dated May 17. 1905.
Kee Co to Kwong Chock Co,
Or LIVERPOOL, FOR MARINE. B Tong
S; leasehold nnd brick bldg, cor
King nnd Mnunakea Sts, Honolulu, Oahu. $1400. B 274, p 118. Dated May 13,
Reduction of Rates.
F A Schacfer
Immediate Payment of Claims.
H. DAVIES ft CO
blk'39. Kalmukl tract, Honolulu, OahU.
(1. B 269, p zuo. jjateu oiny -- .,- wj.
Keaupunl Kuapnhl nnd wf to Frnncls
G.iy, M; 2 kul 112S3. Mnknlkal,
Kauai. J3G7.90. B 2GS, p 301.
We Ewa Plantation
First Bank of Hllo Ltd to Lois C
The Walalua Agricultural Co. Ltd.
Nallmu nnd hsb, Rel; pc land. Church,
Tko Kohala Cugar Company.
lia "Walmea Sugar Mill Companr.
St, Hllo, Hawaii. J1500. B 243, p 419.
he Fulton Iron Works. St. LoulB, Ho. Dated May 1?, 1905.
The Stacdafd OH Company.
Lois C Nallmu and hsb (W) to Cecil
The George F. Blake Eteam Pumps. Brown
Tr, MJ pors R Pa 1104 and 1105,
St., Hllo, Hawaii.
The New England Mutual Life Insor-vic-e Church
268, p 306. Dated May 18, 1905.
Company, of Boston.
Yap Sing by ntty to Mutual Bids &
The Aetna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
Loan Socy of Hawaii Ltd, M lots 9
The Alliance Assurance Company, of and 10 blk C, Kalulanl tract, Honolulu,
Oahu. J1000. B 271, p 27. Dated May
SAVE YOUR HAIR
An iucrensed business on tho Stock Exchange, is to be noted for the past
week, with the lending stocks fairly holding their own. Sugar In Xcw York
shows an advanco from 4.3075c lb. ($8735 ton) to 4.375c lb. ($87.00 ton).
Following nro tho past week's transaction, the dividend list nnd the record
THE WEEK'S SALES.
Ilonokaa ($20),'l00, 100, 30, 150 nt $18; Ooknlu ($20), 125, 125, 35, 100
nt $7.50; Ewa ($20), 30, 30 at $27.50, 30 nt $27.25, 20 at $27.50, 40 at $27.25,
00 at $27.50; rioncer ($100), 20, 20, 10 nt.$150; Kihel ($50), 10, 10, 10 nt $11;
II. C. & . Co. ($100), 75, 75 at $S2; Hawaiian Sugar ($20), 25, 25, 10, 15, C
,nt $35; Honolulu Rapid Transit preferred ($100), 5, G at $100; Wainlua ($100),
50 at $53, 10 at $59; McHrydo ($20), 80 at $7.50, 20 at $7.75, 25 at $7.50, 25
at $7,375; Olaa" ($20), 100, 5 nt $5; Oahu ($100), 15, 12 at $117.50; Haw.
Electric ($100), 9 at $112.50;, Waialua C p. e. bond, $2000 at 101.75.
May 31 C. Brewer & Co., 2 per cent; Kwa Plantation, 1 per cent; Hono-mn- ,
2 per cent; Knhuktt, 1 per cent; Waimanalo, 2 per cent; Wailuku, 3 per
S. N. Co. (monthly), 1 por
per cent; Inter-Islancent; Hawaiian Electric,
cont; Olowalu, 1 per cent. Juno 1 Haiku, 1 per cent; rioneer, 1 per cent;
per cent; Onomea CS. F. June 5), 2 per cent;
Pnia, 1 per cent; Honokaa,
Haw. C. & SCo. (Juno 5), 05c-p- cr
SALES IN MAY.
SOS Ewa, 27.25 to 30; GG Haw. Agr. 05; 271 Haw. Com. & Sugnr, 82 to
64.75; SOI Hnw. Sugar. 33.125 to 35; 130 Honokaa, IS; 20 Kaliuku, 32; 1544
Kihel, 11 to 11.50; 510 McBryde, 7.375 to 9; 125 Oahu Sugar, 117. CO to 130;
515 Ookala, 7.50; ISO Olan, 5.25 to 5.50; 253 rioncer Mill, 150 to 155; 119
S. N. Co.. 140; 0 Haw. Electric, 112.50; C Hon. It.
Wnialua, 58 to 08; 24 I.-T. & L. Co., pfd., 100; 130 Oahu R. & L. Co., 75 to 77; $2000 Haw. Tcr. 4 per
cent F. C. bonds, 100.25 to 100.50; $2000 Pioneer 0 per cent bonds, 102.50;
$21,000 Walalua G per cent bonds, 101.50 to 101.75.
TRADE WITH MAINLAND.
From the Monthly Summary .of Commerce and Financo of the United
States for March just received, tho following statistics nro collated. They
months endod March 31, 1904 and 1905, respectively:
E V Richardson nnd wf ct nl to John
D Paris, D; lnt In R P 109S kul 614. Cleared torn U.
Cleared from Hawaii ports to U. S. ports-Ste(American)
Am. and foreign, steam and sailing,
N Kona, Hawaii.
Dated May 19, 1905,
Recorded May 25, 1905.
Charles Blake to J I Sllva, M; 3
int In por R P 1936, Koloa, Kauai.
B 271, p 29. Dated May ,1,
DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S
buildings on pc land, Puolnn, HonoluMERCHANDISE.
lu,, Oahu. $30. B 274, p 119. Dated
May 20, 1905.
Knlal Mokeha (w) to Ed Mokeha et
nl, D; 2 lnt In R P 4462 kul E697 nnd
bldg, Auwalollmu, Honolulu, Oahu. $1.
Gold and silver
B 2C9, p 207.J Dated May 17, 1D05.
Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day
Saints by atty of Tr to James B CasShipments from Hawaii to U. S.
tle, D; por ap 36 kul 8559B, Lile,
Oahu. $110. B 269, p 208. Dat30,529
ed May 24, 1905.
Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day
Gold and silver
Saints by atty of Tr to "Maud B Cooke,
D; por ap 36 kul 8559B, Lale, Koolau-lo$20,415,058
Oahu. $110. B 269, p 210. Dated
May 24, 1905.
These- figures show that in tho nine months ended Starch 31, 1905, re.
mainland declined $120,522 ns compared
ceipts of mcrchandiso from tho
In the suburbs of Baltimore there is with tho corresponding period ended in 1904, whilo shipments from Hawaii
an nnclent glue factory thnt nt times
Utna Life Insurance
by tho handsomo figure of $5,579,591.
floods the surrounding scenery with an to tho U. S. mainland Increased
tho nine months ended March 31, 1905, Hawaii imported from foreign countries
street railway line runs past the build mcrchandiso to tho valuo of $2,230,338, against n valuo of $2,S10,i21 in tho
ing, and one dny last summer, when the corresponding period ended in 1004, a docronso of $577,383.
place was Indulging In a wild outburst Hawaii
tho nino mouths, 1004, to $23,155,
of Inglorious Incense, an open car parsto $30,952.
ed, In one of the seats of which sat an and for tho snmo period, 1005,
Tho matter of foreign imports to Hawaii has a special interest at present,
Irish laborer and a middle-age- d
features expressed un- in view of tho movomont to chock tho ntering of mcrchandiso for Hawaii at
lho Famous Tourist Route of tho The Irishman's
utterable things and the lady sniffed mainland custom houses. A joint committeo of tho Chamber of Commorco and
diligently at a bottle of smelling salts.
Association, consisting of W. Lanz, R. F. Langc, A. A. loung, E. A
In Connection With the Canadian The car came to n stop, the glue rioted Mcrchnnts'
Phillips and J. F Humburg, has tho rast wcok mado a report
wor'fl than ever, and .the son of Erin
Austrolion Steamship Line
could stnnd it no longer. "Excuse me. on the subject, "suggesting that it is tho patriotic duty of ovcry merchant to
Tiolieta am Issued
mum," he said, humbly, as ne dorredi
all goods destined for this Territory that nro necessarily importeu via
To All Points in the United States his hat, "but might I nsk ye to put the sco that
otber Tjn;tc,j states ports aro ordered forwarded to tho Islands in bond or by
stopper in that there bottle?"
and Canada, via Victoria and
nn immediate transnortatlon entry, and tho goods entered at local custom
houses. By so doing," th'o report concludes, "they will render valuablo asTHE WORRIED WOMEN.
sistancc in building up tlio'commcrco of our ports and will also, wo beliovo,
in a very substantial manner their own interests."
Banff, Glacier, Mount Stephens women must weop; but alas, in
Tho figures of trado between tho mainland and Hnwaii given abovo show
and Eraser Canon.
this too busy world women often receipts of foreign goods for the nine months stntcd of $2,GG0, and shipments
havo to work aud woop at tho hencQ
of $39,529, making tho balanco against Hawaii $13,137. Whether goods
Empress Line of Steamers from Yancouier
samo time. Their holidays aro
through to Hawaii and entered at mainland custom houses aro included
too few and their work heavy
Tickets to All Points in Japan, China,
items cannot bo said here. Evon if Hawaii receives official credit
and monotonous. It makes them
India and Around the World.
in that manner for tho valuo of all foreign imports by way of tho mainland,
For Tickets nnd geD nl information
pressed and worried woman loses tho local custom houses aro yet deprived of so much rovenuo collections where
nor appotito and grows thin and with othcrwiso thoy would bo credited. And a showing of revenuo is a telling
TBEO.H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd. fooble. Onco in a whilo sho has matter at Washington when it comes to asking for suitable maintenance of
8. S. Lino spells of palpitation and has to harbors.
Agents Canadian-Australia- n
ho up for a day or two. If somo
Canadian Paciflo Railway.
discaso liko influonza or malarial
Sinco tho end of tho Maui striko thcro has been no word of any labor
fever happens to provail sho is trouble on any of tho sugar plantations. It is now well assured that Oahu
almost certain to havo an attack plantation will havo a crop of 33,000 tons this season, a great iucroaso over tho
CHAS. BREWER & CO'S
of it, and that ofton paves tho
estimate. Puna Sugar Co. has elected officers corresponding in perway for chronic troubles of tho original
tho Hoard of Directors of Olaa Sugar Co., marking anothor stago
throat, lungs and othor organs;
Construction of tho
and thoro is no saying what tho in tho absorption of tho smaller by tho larger plantation.
Bark Nuuanu sailing from
bo. Lot tho tired and Kohala ditch is satisfactorily progressing, so that in duo tiino drought will
New York to Honolulu on or
overladen woman rost as much havo no terror for tho plantations in thnt section. Good growing weathor
about March 1st. FREIGHT
nt poBsiblo; and, above nil, plnco continues to bo officially reported of nil tho islands.
TAKEN AT LOWEST RATES.
E. G. Schuman has purchased tho carriago works of tho cstato of tho lato
at her command a bottlo of
For freight rates apply to
T. B. Murray. Ho will removo tho establishment to tho rear of tho Schuman
CHAS. BREWER &CO.",
a truo and suro romedy for tho Carriago Co.'s nutomobilo garage, Merchant street. At a special
27 Kllby St., Boston, or
ilia and rcalnd.es of women. It
Steamselling tho property and butincss of tho company to tho Inter-IslanC, BREWER & CO., LTD.,
is palatablo as honey and conHonolulu.
tains all tho nutritive and cura- ship Co. for $750,000 of tho purchasing corporation's, stock, which is to bo
tive properties of Puro Cod Liver increased to $1,500,000.
Oil, combined with trio ComAn aero of land nt Walkclc, Ewa, Oahu, was sold at auction by James
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
pound Syrup of Hypophosphites F. Morgan for $375. At the Peck cstato sale, held by Tishor, Abies Co., S. S.
and tho Extracts of Malt and Peck bought tho Vineyard street property for $20,000 and 100 shares of Hus-tacWild Chorry. Search tho world
Peck Co., Ltd., for $0500. Jas. F. Morgan's special agent to oxamino
over and you will find nothing Kahuku ranch has returned nnd now John D. Paris is looking over tho propD
to equal it. Taken boforo meals erty. Everything is in shapo for tho transfer of tho property by Col. Sam
D Kawananakoa et al by Tr to
it improves tho nutritive valuo Norris to tho syndicate formed to buy it, on tho return of Mr. Morgan, who
Lewers & Cooke Ltd
of ordinary foods by makin;
has nrrived in San Francisco from New York. Tho properties involved in tho
J'H Walpullanl and wf to William
easier to assimilate, anL Pauahi-Crchorthem
mortgage aro to bo sold separately and for this reason tho sale
R Castle Tr
has carried hopo and good cheer
Entered for Record June 2, 1905,
into thousands of homes. It is by Morgan is postponed for two weeks., Sales of tho Becklcy estato property,
See Shlng Wal Co to Trs of B P
absolutely roliable and cUectivo rear of Alakea street, and tho Rickard cstato proporty, opposite tho Mejroso,
SL in Nervous Dyspepsia, Impaired in tho. samo hands, are also postponed two weeks. Morgan is to sell tho
Est of B P Bishop by Trs to Tat
Low Vitality, Wasting Stratcmeyer premises over again, by order of tho Federal court, on Wednesday
and property in tho Catharina Wright mortgago on Saturday next. The salo
Molancholy, ChloroAllen & Robinson Ltd to Hope A .
sis, Scrofula, and all troubles of of tho Pacific Heights electric railway cablo is duo tomorrow, but will probRel
Hayselden et al .,
tho Throat and Lungs. Dr. E. ably bo held up to await tho Supremo Court's decision on tho rost of ( tho comAllen & Robinson Ltd to Western
AM J. Boyos says: "I havo found it a pany's property. Something final will bo dono on Saturday regarding tho
& Hawaiian Invst Co Ltd
preparation of great morit. In
Allen & Robinson Ltd to Western
salo of tho Puna plantation, but if sold it will be to Olaa Sugar Co.
ft Hawaiian Investment Co Ltd. AM a recont caso a patient gained as a formality. It is likely that the Country Club will lease the Rooko premN G Peterson to Nectarlo J Lulz
nearly twonty pounds in two ises in Nuuanu valley nt $75 a month for twonty years. Col. Geo. W.
months' troatment, in which it
having returned from tho coast, may again ncquiro tho Royal HaNectarlo J Lull and w to HanD was tho principal remedial
nah K Woodward
It carries tho guarantee
C F Hart and wf to Kohala Ditch
Secretary Atkinson Is reported in Washington to have received assurance
D of reliability and cannot fail or
York of great success in floating tho second million of the Territorial
disappoint you. At chemists.
May McCartney to Joseph O Carter
t CUTlcmiA Soap, to clcnnoc the sUn nt crn-t- n nnd khiIch nnd soften tlis
thickened cuticle, Cimcmu ointment, to InMniitly nllnv ItchliiR, InniMiimMlun, mill
ami pontile ami heal, ami CtiTU'iiiiA 1U.8iii.vk.nt, to cool ami clcahro the blood. A
yiNHI.KHUTlf often sMKrhint tocurs tho mtvi-ckhumour, 'tltli Iodof hair, when nil clito
foil. Autt. Depot: It. Towns A Co., Myilney, N.8. W. So. Africa n Depot: I.rNSON LTD.,
4'npe Town. "All about tho SKln, Scalp, aud llalr," pott free. I'orrtit Coin'., Sol
Props , Ilostou, U. fc. A.
9 Mos. 1005.
9 Mos. 1901.
ports to Hawaii
B 269, p 205.
And light dressings of Coticora, purest of emollient skin cures.
This treatment at onco stops falling fiair, removes crusts, scales, and
dandruff, soothes irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles, supplies tho roota with energy and nourishment, and mnkes tho
hair grow upon a sweet, wholcsomo, healthy scalp, when all else falls.
Comploto Extornal nnd tntornnl Troatmont for Evory Humour,
P W Plllanl to Allsa (w), B S:
With Shampoos of
ORIOINAUAND ONLY GENUINE.
LIFE and FIRE
NEW YORK LINE
benrs on tho Government
Stamp tho nnmo of tho Inventor
Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Neuralgia, Toothache,
Diarrhoea, Spasms, etc,
AGENTS. . .
Each JJottlo of this
Numerous Testimonials from Eminent Physicians
Sold In Bottles. 1W. 29, 46, by all Chemists.
j t. Davenporti Limited. London!
loan. Advices from Washington iudicata that not only will Chincso immigration bo stiongly opposed, but an attempt will bo mado by tho labor clement to
secure somo restriction of Jnpaneso immigration.
The Supremo Court having
sustained tho validity of tho County Act, business will largely givo way to
county election politics for a good fortnight. Thcro is talk of incorporating
tho Hawaiian band as a business proposition, now that its maintenance 1ms
On tho other hand, strong Influences nro
been cut off by tho Legislature.
public instioperating to havo tho County of Oahu father tho
tution. Tenders for road and bridges between Wailuku and Inn Valley will
closo nt tho Public Works ofllco on Juno 10. 1'nquirieH at tho Internal Itovenuo
office as to modes of procedure for Htnrting distilleries under tho now Territorial law nro reported. Tho Bar Association has gtmo on recortl ngniiiBt any
tinkering of the Organic Act.
Ocean stenmcr arrivals for tho week havo been tho China from tho Orient,
tho Aorangi from tho Colonies, tho Siberia, and tho Alameda from San l'rnn-ciscand tho Manuka from Victoria, nnd departures tho California!! for
tho China for San Francisco, tho Aorangi for Victoria, tho Siberia for
tho Orient and tho Manuka for tho Colonies.
C. II. IIITCHCOCIC.
is the enclosure referred
KII.AUKA AGAIN ACTIVE.
It may bo of intciest to the leaders
of Science to know thnt the fire baa
ngnln returned to the
volcano Kllnuea. In the Hawnllan Islands after nn absence of thirteen
years. The citizens of Hawaii, who
mo Intensely Interested In this volcano,
had well idBh despalied of witnessing1
another season of activity. Tho fresh
lava appeared tho last wce' of February, heralded by n sllsht earthquake.
On the twenty-fift- h
Instant It was not
observed smokn filling tho pit. Two
days later it is reported that a lava
lake wuh on exhibition, two hundred
nnd fifty feet long and one hundred
feet wide. On March 10 the Volcano
House reported that tho lake Is not
so largo us at fit st stated but tho crater Is absolutely free from smoke.
"Heavy rumblings nnd explosions inworld-ienowne- d
Dartmouth College, Hnnovor, N. H
May 1G, 13u3.
Your editorial In
Issue of April 28, "Is tho Volcano a
Tourist Asset" lends me to say n word.
flnce I have known Hawaii (23 years)
I havo learned that there Is it class
ninong you who take pains to magnify
any evils that may exist, and to falsi
fy. These reports coming to tho mainland In the dnliy press necessarily exert some Jnlluence. I need only report
history especially slnco the abdication
61 Queen Lll for verification of this
statement, I supposo It must be the
same parties who falsify about the volcanoes. There Is one point of Interest,
however, so fur as tourists are concerned. If such terrible eruptions occur, tourists will wish to visit tho localities. But what I wished to say particularly Is my belief that the campaign of education about Kllnuea should
be Inaugurated. Correct accounts should
be given of the volcanoes, for these
ore needed to remove fear of disaster from them. Idy sketch of tho
Qeology of Oahu brought out the fact,
which has since been corroborated, of
tho great age of your extinct volcanoes
like Diamond Head. They erupted long
before tho historic period and are now
I am expecting to visit the Islands
again soon and am contemplating preparing a book about the volcanoes that
may help this campaign of education.
I enclose something which I wrote respecting the present eruption which
seems to be verlfled. In tills and other
publications I am tryuigr to advertise
dicate that another outbreak Is Imminent." Thus there seems to bo a ree
storation of the
as will cause a largo Increiso in the
number of visitors.
Observations with a good spectroscope nro needed.
used ono thero to good purpose a few
years since, but did not name all the
substances Indicated. Wo especially
need more information about the hydrogen Hnmes, as well ns the hydrocarbons. The latter substance Is so
commonly of organic origin thnt the
best of evidence 1' required to fully
establish n belief In Its presence. In tills
magma fresh from the
realms of Pluto. It is hoped that somo
ono who is skilled in the use of tha
spectroscope will utilize this opportunity to determine the nature of the
substances now being emitted from till
C. II. HITCHCOCK.
Hanover, N. H March 23, 1305.
T. Ferguson, while working on th
tower of the Wailuku Jail nnd fire sta- tlon. fell 25 feet by the tipping of th
staging. He was severely bruised la
the head and shoulders.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY,
For the Week Ending Jane
T. M. S. S. Siberia, Smith, from San
Francisco, 7:13 a. m.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from San
Francisco, S a. m.
R. M..S. S. Manuka, Olbb, from Victoria and Vancouver, 4 p. m.
Nllhau, W. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, 6 a. m.
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Plltz, from Kauai
ports, 6:10 a. m.
Schr. Ada, from Oalu ports, &:V
Stmr. KInau, Freeman, from Hilo
and way ports, 11 a, m.
Am. bk. Kalulnnl, Colly, from San
Francisco, 11:40 a. m.
Am. bkt. Benecla, Treanor, from
Newcastle for Eleele (off port), 11:30
Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, from Maul
ports, 7:15 p. m.
U. S. A. T. Dlx, Ankers, from Manila
via Nagasaki, 8:25 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Pederson. from Hawaii
ports, 10:10 a. m.
Sunday, June 4.
Stmr. XV. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from
3Cau.nl torts, 5:0S n. in.
Stmr. Claudlne, Farker, from Mnul
ports, 5:30 ii. m.
Am. bk. Mohican, Ktlley, from San
Francisco, 7130 n. in.
S. S. ltnecrnn, Ol'on, (towing M.
Chllcott) fiom Monterey, S a. m.
Am. sp. Mai Ion Chllcott, (In tow of
S. S. Itosecrans) from Monterey,-- 8 a.
Monday, June 5.
Am sp. Governor
from Newcastle, 2:30 p. in.
80HE HONOLULU CITIZENS
Honolulu, T. IL, June
Odious Clique' tho theatrical production which was given
its initial presentation at the Japanese theater on Saturday night, pnd
which was stopped by tho polico owing
to some people in tho nudlence becoming boisterous, may not again be shown
before the footlights.
have had a chance of heart, for thoy
rcallzo now that a direct insult was
offered not only to the Japaneso
but to his wifo as well.
In fact, the insult to the Consul's wifo
was generally deprecated.
It has also been conveyed to tho
backers of tho play that tho Consul
has just causo to bring a suit against
them for criminal libel. Tbo backers
realize that they havo gone just a lit- tlo too far in tho matter, and will drop
tho play end of tho systematic movement now being directed to unseat tho
Consul. Not alono that, but a gcntlo
hint was dropped by the police that
at least ono portion of the play, no
tably a scene aboard tho steamship
Coptic, is indecent.
Commissioner of Boundaries for tho
Third and Fourth Circuits. T. H.. by
If you have any Itchiness of the skin
Irritating Eczema, Itching Piles;
Warm and sultry conditions linvo continued during tho past week, attended
by light trade winds. Tho rainfall has been abundant in all sections of Hadrought In tho Knu district being at last broken by
good showers, under tho influence of which crops nnd pastures in that section
already show a marked improvement. Copious rains havo also fallen over
windward Maui and Oahu and'extremo Northern Kauai; elsewhere In theso
Islands, however, tbo showers havo been very light and more moisture is
Cano is growing well, nnd most of tho plantations nro busily engaged In
Tbo grinding of maturo cane is
tho preparation of land nnd planting.
rapidly and is already completed nt somo of tho mills. Pincapplo
plants aro in good condition; tho 'summer crop is already beginning to maturo
in Central Maui, but has been retarded soinowhat by tho cool and dry nights
in Central Oahu. Ilico is now heading nnd ripening in all sections. Coffee
trees aro doing nicely. Watermelons nd avocado pears aro ripening on windward Maui, tho latter crop promising a very heavy yield. i'ho mango crop
in Central Maui"will be short, duo to ravages of insect pests at the time tho
trees wero in blossom; tho foliage of mango trefcs in Kona, Hawaii, is being
attacked by a blight. Haying is in progress in tho Mnkawao district of Maui.
Pastures and stock in most sections aro reported in good condition.
Several light carthquako shocks occurred in Hawaii during the week.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
You're looking for relief,
Searching for a cure.
Honolulu people have 'found a cure
for Itching skin diseases.
They tell about it. Read what this
Sir. II. Ryall, of No. 11, Grosvenor
St., South Yarra, a very old resident
of Slelbournc, Australia, states:
"For some considerable time I have
been a sufferer from that annoying
complaint known as Irritating piles. At
times the Irritation was very annoying,
especially at night, and In the warm
I applied some of Doan's
Ointment, which I had obtained and
I nm pleased to say that it gave me
the desired relief from this annoying
Doan's Ointment Is xplendld '.In all
diseases of the skin: Eczema, piles,
hives, Insect bites, sores, chilblains, etc
It Is perfectly safe and very effective,
Very frequently two or three boxes
havo made a complete cure of chronic
cases that have not yielded to other
remedies for years.
Doan's Ointment Is sold by all chem
ists and storekeepers at 50 cents per
box, or ylll be mailed on receipt of
price by the Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
week, followed by calm and sunshiny
weather; very light winds; week closKaumana Weather continues warm ing with Increasing cloudiness. R. W.
and showery; crops, pastures and graz Filler.
ing stock in good condition;
Puunene Weather showery at bestripping and harvesting cane. J. E. ginning of week; dry on tho lower
lands during rest of week, but good
. 4 ..
northeast winds during lrana nt d(tch heads and nll pum53
week; crops In fair condition. L.
Idle; planting and harvesting pro:e?d
GOV. EOBIE AltBIVES.
Papalkou Warm days, nnd rain at
After a long and tedious passage
The steamer" Ke Au Hou sailed for
fiom Newcastle the American fhlp night; crops mnklng good progress un weather; rice heading and ripening and Kauai last night. harweather conditions;
garden The bark Andrew Welch may Ball for
giving promise of la.go
Governor ltobie, Captain Grant, made der favorable planting
cane; plowing nnd
truck growing well, and fruit ripening San Francisco today.
The hoeing. John T. Molr.
port early yesterday nftcrnoon.
slowly; market Bupply of vegetables
Gov. Roble was 73 days In making the
Pepeekco Weather keeps on Just plentiful; ditches and streams running
The Llkellke took a cargo of ex'"weeding,
plosives to Maul and Molokul last night
passage, adverse winds and calms
full. Bro. Frank.
laying her all the wny. For fourteen tilizing and stripping cane. Jas. Web
Klhel Weather favorable for grow and
barkentlne Benecla, which has
days, oft Tahiti, where good wlndS nro
are naving goou rains
iiar..egt. been lying outside for several days,
usunlly met, the vessel seemed hardly and warm weather, nnd nil crops are ,
departed for Eldcle last night.
plowing and fcrtlllzlng.-Jam- cs
uuu Iiulti 'Scott
to move her own length. In the eama KiuiYijiK
Word has been received from the
region there was a day when squ.illB juung
Olowalu Weather continues cloudy, Navy Department that Samuel Wilder
with mountain showeis; weeding nnd King has passed the examination for
blew from almost every direction, In
Friday, June S. the shapo of whirlwinds, nccompanled shock at 10:00 a. m. of May 23. y?m. fertilizing cane; plowing land. George Annapolis. He must hasten East.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for
Captain Niblack has returned from
by heavy lain.
There were three
favorable for Knanupall Fresh northerly winds
Maul, Kona and Kau ports, 12 in.
where he tested the lightLahalnn,
P. M. S. S. Siberia, Smith, for the storms met on the passage, nil of
nnd cloudy weather; pastures and all house. The tests were not finished, so
Orient, C p. m.
growing cane looking well. Wm. Robb. It will be some weeks before the light
short duration. The only vessel sightweather,
It. M. S. S. Manuka, Glbb, for the ed was the baikentlne Benecla, which
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Colonies, 10 p. m.
Ahulmanu Three months' old
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Senrle, for
the ship Ersklne SI. Phelps to carry
Ooknla Warm days, with showers at
of the Gov. lloble consists of 1,165 tons
Wnlmnnnlo and Koolau ports, 7 n. m.
Stmr. Helene, Nelson, for Mahukona of coal. Thero was no trouble at the night; planting nnd harvesting cane. young crop coming on nicely; pastures coal from Norfolk to Manila. She will
probably come here for sugar when she
W. G. Walker.
and Hamakua ports, 5 p. m,
Newcastle mines when the ship left.
Paauhau Light trade winds with In good condition; weather warm, with discharges her coal.
Schr. Ka Mol, Hlpn, ror Kohalalele,
BEAR SAILS TODAY.
beneficial rnlns; the harvesting and abundant showers. E. Knu'st.
Lord & Belser are laying a railroad
2:45 p. in.
of cane Is progressing rapidtrack on Allen street and Ala Moana
Am. bk. Gerard C. Tobey, Scott, for
The United States Itevenue Cutter planting
to growly; young cane continues
for the purpose of hauling the dirt
San Francisco, 11:30 a. m.
warm; rainfall during week, 4.19 InchBall for Alaska this morning strongly. II. Glass,
the Alakea street dock excavafiom
for Bear will
Am. bkt. Benecla,
at 10 o'clock. She has spent tlia cn- - Honoknn Sultry weather with heavy es; coffee Improving; pastures in tion to the tide lands near the HonoEleele, 5 p. m.
lulu Iron Works. The big dipper for
Fchr. Ada, for Molokal ports, 1 p. m. tire winter In Hawaiian waters and her rain on Slay 29th; growing crops do fair condition. John Herd.
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Tullett, for Kau- officers and men have made many ing well; plowing, planting hoeing and Wnlmanalo Heavy showers at be- the dredger Governor has arrived. It
harvesting cane. C. II. Brngc.
ginning of week, followed by warm Is the largest west of the Mississippi.
ai ports, 5 p. m.
friends while here. They will be much
' . .
Nlulll Warm weather, rain and light and dry weather. A. Irvine.
Stmr. Llkellke, Nnopnla, for Moloplowof
the winds all favornble for growth;
Waianae Warm and sultry weather
kal ami Maul ports, 0:10 p. in.
department to have the cutter go to ing nnd harrowing; planting,
has prevailed all week; only one light
PA SS EXG EUS A UK IV K D.
ARMY AND NAVY.
nnd stripping cane; not grinding.
Ter stmr. KInau, June 3, from Hilo
U. S. R. C. Bear, Hamlet, from Kauai
is bndly needed here. F. Sleyer.
beforo going North, but the local
and way ports: Mrs. W. Y. Turner, C.
Kohala Weather continues
ports, March 30.
Wnlawa Young pineapple plants are
M. Boberts. Sir'. C. M. Roberts, W. rtm works proved well able to take
favora- making very good growth; the days U. S, S. Bennington, Young, San Frannnd Bhowory; conditions
i.onrengei, J. v. snnuenon, .i. it. uer?- - care of the repairs and the vessel was ble for the planting of cane nnd the
have been warm, but the nights too cisco, May 25.
strom, T. W. Rne, Mrs. L. K. Bums
growth of crops. W. O. Taylor.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Niblack, Midway
cold nnd dry for the summer crop.
nnd child, p. C. Benmer, P. H. "Oorlntul, hauled out on the marine railway to
fine week for
Island, Slay 26.
W. R. Waters.
Mrs. C. Cnstendykc, be cleaned,
growth of enne
Knhuku Weather warm and windy, U. S. A. T. Dlx, Ankers, Manila, June
Miss Cnnol Reed, Mrs. W. Langtnn, TI.
a. in. of
with light showers, mostly nt night;
H. Trent, Mrs. J. J. Dower and chll.l,
growing cane In excellent condition,
Mrs. J. McLean, Dr. L. S. Thompson,
nnd making good progress; harvesting Alameda, Am. s.s., Dowdell, San FranY. Tyarachl, W. A. Ramsay, J. C. Bur- Crook, nt San Francisco.
cane nnd preparing land. R. T.
gess, Miss T. Paleekl, Ah Lin, Mrs. J. Meade, nt San Francisco.
cisco, June 2:
stock doing well. A. Mason.
Alice Cooke, Am. sc, Penhallow, Port
W. Kolkol, A. Menefogllo, Akl nnd 4 Solaco- eft Honolulu for Guam and
Manila. May 26.
children, J. N. W. Keola, Jnmes LindGamble, Slay 11.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
say, W. II. Field, Miss Ivy Illchirdson, Law ton, left Honolulu for Guam and with occasional showers; S.
Aloha, Am. schr., Dabel, San FranWoods.
and cisco, Slay 28.
Mrs. P. Agessett, II. Defrlcs, O. C.
Knmuela Calm nnd cloudy weather very dry nil week; planting cane.
Sherldnn, en. route for Honolulu and
Andrew Welch, Am. bk., Drew, San
Manila, sai'cd from San Francisco,
Per. Stmr. W. G. Hall, Juno 4, from
Francisco, May 31.
10:25 a. m. of May 23.
Kauai ports: J, S. McCandless, Geo. Thomas,
Am. S. S ..Youngren, Hilo,
left Manila for Honolulu and
Mundcn, E. G. Clark. R. L. Hosmer, II.
Francisco via Nagasaki,
O. Ramsay, O. Omstead, Wm. Lennox,
Georglna, Am. sp., Lorenz, Taltal, May
steadily. Hawaiian Sugar Co.
tures greener, and cattle doing well.
Logan, at San Francisco.
II. W. M. Mist and 43 deck.
From Maul per steamer Claudlne,
Governor Roble, Am. sp., Grant, New,- durVery
'June 4 J. A. Hughes, R. W. Filler, T.
castle, June 5.
partly cloudy than last week. SIcBryde Sugar Co.
O'Brien, W. A. Wall, Sister Bonnvcn-tur- n Buford, at Manila, sails for Honolulu, ing week, with wnrm and
Am. bk, Colly, San Francis
Koloa Good growing, weather, but KalulanI,
Rev. S. H. Davis.
co, June 3.
and maid, F. S. Stack, R. NT Boyd,
growing rather dry; finished growing cane on
R. H. Worrall, D. K. Wallchua, A. McMarco Polo, Ger. bk, Dade, Bremen,
and sufficient rains continue; Slny 30th. P. SIcLane.
pherson, Mrs. Nnukana nnd 2 chil- Warren, en route to Manila via Guam, weather
mango trees are blighted, and are losfinLlhue
dren, Mrs. McGerrow, Mrs. E. Klha,
shock ished grinding on the 2nd of June. F. Slarlon Chllcott, Am. sp., Williams,
Mrs. Medelros, Ah Chong, Mrs. Carey
Slonterey, June 4.
about 9:15 a. in. of Slny 2S. Robt. Wal-- . Weber.
and child, Mrs. Svuza, XV. II. Engle,
J L. Fleming, A. B. Niblack, Mrs. J. Malls are due from the following Naalehu Weather calm and sultry, ing cane; planting started. XV. Jnrvls.
Dow and child. Sirs. J. K. Knlama nnd points
Kllnuea Weather warm, with showwith light showers nearly every night;
child, Dr Davison, F. Hall, II. Howell,
San Francisco Per Sheridan, June 7. good rnlns In the mountains. G. G. ers at night very favorable for oil
SIIss Dillon, Mrs. J. XV.
growing cane. L. B. Boreiko.
Colonies Per Ventura, June 13.
Pahala Good rains during week;, Hannlel Patures In good condition,
Victoria Per Manuka, June 3.
Yokohama Per Doric, June 13.
An application for settlement of the
Fer stmr. Mauna Loa, June 2, for
ment. H. D. Harrison.
winds. E. G.
boundaries of the land called Kahua-- :
Malls will depart as follows:
Manlnea. Kona and Kau poits:
Kapoho Rain every day; good growA. SrcC. ASHLEY,
nul, In the District of North Kohala,
W. J. Coelho, Rev. M. G. Santos and 2 San Francisco Per Alnmedn, June 7. ing weather, cane crop being harvest- '
Island of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii,
children, H. II. Renton, .Charles Gay
Hed nt Olaa. II. J. Lyman.
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Juno 14.
U. S. A., having been filed with the
nnd wife, Dr. A. S. Baker, Dr. RayOlaa Behind In hoeing of young
Colonies Per Mnnuka, June 3.
KAUAI SHIPPING. NEWS.
mond, T. C. White. Z. K. Myers, Mis.
plnnt cane; mill running only fifteen
Victoria Per Mlowera, June 28.
R. B. Baker, Miss A. Beard, Mr. Twine,
The steamer W. G. Hall of the Inter-Islan- d
hours a day; short of labor. E. P.
tEdmund Hose, J. D. Pnrls,
line arrived In port from Kaunl
Campbell, Rev. C. W. P. Knla, Rev.
at 5 o'clock yesterday morning, having
ISLAND OF SIAUL.
J. Kamallikune, Capt. A. P. Niblack,
Reported May 27.
left Nawlllwllt at 5:15 p. m, Saturday.
W. Conway, Mrs. W. P. McDougall,
British ship Glenburn, 214 days from
Klpahulu Warm weather, but dry She brought 8 cabin and 43 deck pasMrs. John Glenn, Fred Leslie, Leigh-to- n San Francisco for Liverpool, 90 per again; fine for all field work, but sengers.
Of the deck passengers 35
Hind, Mrs. L. S. Aungst, F. Burt, cent.
moisture Insufficient for plant growth. were Japanese, 4 Chinese and 4 others.
A. F. Judd, R. Snlffen, Henry Kanpa-nThe cargo consisted of 6,000 bags sugar
German ship Agnes, 193 days from
Incorporated Under the 'Lnws of the
E. Devauchelle, J. K. Smith, J. K. Shields for Valparaiso, 80 per cent.
Nohlku Good 'growing weather this consigned to H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,'
Territory of Haw-all- .
Nahale, Dr.' V. A. Norgaard.
days from week;
to keep ground
10 bags cocoanuts, 40 empty wine PAID-UPer stmr. Mlknhala, Juno 1, for Knu-- Peruvian port for Antwerp, SO per In goodJustcondition; rain
ports: Miss M. Bortfeld, C. Usborne, cent.
bbls., 34 pkg. sundries.
Purser Frlel SURPLUS
ripe at this place. C. O. Jacobs.
Miss Hackearch, J. S. McCnndless,
British ship Largo Bay, 81 days from
Considerably more rain this reports: "Stmr. Sllkahala at Koloa unuiVUltil I'liUiJLTa.... 102,617.80
Rose Aka, R. N. Oliver, Miss Annie Penarth for East London, 10 per cent.
week than last; vegetation maturing loading K. P. sugar, will take 3,600
Roberts, Mrs. Patrick, XV. W. WilliamGerman bark Thalassa, S7 days from rapidly; heavy crop of alligator pears bags. Bk. Edward May at Slakawell,
son, Miss J, Panul, Mrs. H. Kellner, V. Hamburg for Delngoa Bay, 8 per cent. IiA f1 Ii n ! n . In rlnAn n
nrkn . nil her freight discharged. Will begin
Gay, Shlnko Ishabachl, Gee Kui, D. W.
loading sugnr Slonday morning. Schr, Charles sr. Cooke
British bark Carnmoncy, 95 dnys from nt nhi. n.,ia.
r oii ti
.....Vice-Preside""' "- - Talbot nt Eleele discharging P. C. Jones
London for Fremantle. 8 per cent.
fine condltlon.-- W.
French bark Marechal de Turenno.
"10M tons out- - Kloa Sugar F. W. Macfarlane..2nd
week has been a goal
SS days from New Caledonian
port for one for growing crops of all kinds; I "", finished grinding for the season C, II. Cooke
Stmr. KInau, Freemnn, for Hilo and
Rotterdam, 15 per cent.
Lihlle mill finished Frl- - C. Hustnce, Jr
way ports, 12 m.
R.lmniPr rrnn nt n!nnnn1.
j. r Hiv weuiuer on jiuuai. cross- F. B. Damon
to show signs of approaching maturStmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ity; mangoes and some varieties of p). ing channel light trade winds with F. B. Damon.......
ports, ,6 p. m.
THE SUGAR LIST.
DIRECTORS: Chas. M. Cooke. P. C.
llgator pears beginning to ripen; crop smooth sens."
Stmr. W. a. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Purser Frlel of the W. G. Hall reJones, F. W. Stacfarlane. E. F. Bishop.
mangoes very N scanty; pasturage
Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
ports the following sugar nt Kiual of
E. D. Tenney, J. A. SIcCandless, C. II.
BEWARE OF A COUGH.
fine and grazing stock flourishing. D.
K., 760; Diamond W., 1.700; D. Baldwin.
Atherton, C. II. Cooke,
Is the time to get rid of that
a. nnd R.. 900: McB.. SInkaw no Cloudy and rainy duln.? cough, for If you
U. R. A. T. Sheridan, Pcabody, from
G. k first three days pf week turning to one can
San Francisco, due,
tell what the end may be. COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEStmr. Mtkahnla( Gregory, from Kauai F 125; SI. S. Co., 1,365; H. St., 23,207,
clenr. and warm during latter ?vl; Others have been cured of their coughs
ports, a. m.
mowing nnd curing hay; nll crops ma- very quickly by using Chamberlain's
Strict nttcntlon given to all 'branches
9600 and Hamnkua- - turing rapidly;
Why not you? For
poko 8000 tons of sugar this season. and stock very favorable. E. II. sale by nil Dealers
and Druggists, BenX). & S. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
.both the largest on record for those Bailey.
Francisco, 10 a. m.
Kahulul Rain during early part of wall.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THH
UNITED STATES FOR THE TER.
RITORY OF HAWAII.
The United States of America, Plaintiff and Petitioner, vs. J. W.
MauiKuaoie, wife of J. W.
Kawal; the Estate of Henry Water-hous- e,
Deceased; et ate., Defendants and Respondents.
brought In said District Court, and
the Petition Filed In the Office of
the Clerk of Said Dlstrl-s- t Court, In
The President of the United States of
To J. W. KAWAI; MAUIKUAOLE,
wife of J. W. KAWAI; THE ESTATE
OF HENRY WATERHOUSE, Deceased; ALBERT WATERHOUSE
WILLIASI WATERHOUSE, Executors
of the last Will and Testament, and
of the Estate of HENRY WATER-HOUSDeceased: IDA WHAN WATERHOUSE, surviving widow of said
HENRY WATERHOUSE. Deceased;
daughter of said HENRY WATER-HOUSDeceased, ARTHUR B. WOOD,
husband of said ALEANOR WATER-HOUS- E
WOOD; SIARY STANGEN-WALCORBETT, daughter of said
HENRY WATERHOUSE. Deceased;
DAVID W. CORBETT, husband of
said SIARY STANGENWALD
CORBETT; ALBERT WATERHOUSE, son
of said HENRY WATERHOUSE, Deceased; nnd GRETCHEN K. WATER-HOUSwife of said ALBERT WATERHOUSE, Defendants and Respondents.
You nre hereby directed to appear,
and answer the petition In an action
entitled ns above, brought against you
In the District Court of the United
Stntes, in and for the Territory of Hawaii, within twenty days from nnd after service upon you of a certified copy
of the plaintiff's peiltlon herein, together with a certified copy of this
And you are hereby notified thnt unless you appear and answer as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded
In tho petition herein.
WITNESS the Honorable
Sanford B. Dole, Judge of
said District Court, this 13th
day of February In the year
(Seal) of our Lord one thousand
nine hurdred and five and of
the Independence of the
United States the one b,un
A true copy,
W. B. SIALING, Clerk.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu,
In re Dissolution of the Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21 of Free and Accepted
Whereas, the Hawaiian Lodge No. 21
of Free and Accepted Slasons, a corporation established and existing un
der and by virtue of the laws of the
Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to
law in such cases made and provided,
duly filed in this office, a petition for
the dissolution of the said corporation,
nexed as required by law.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given
to any and all persons that have been
or nre now Interested In nny manner
whatsoever in the said corporation,
that objections to the granting of the
said petition must be filed In this office
on or before Tuesday, June 27th, 1905,,
nnd that any person or persons desiring to be heard thereon must .be In attendance at the office of the undersigned, In the Capitol Building, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, to
show cause, If any, why said petition
should not be granted. A. J. CASIPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, April 24. 1905.
Bank " Hawaii
Flower .and Vegetable
W. B. MALING,
..Q .&.uota uiiuEi IIIC .Till Ul JUIUU
W. Austin, the owner of said land;
Notice Is hereby given to the owners
"J ?ld 'a"d nnd ,n!B t0utne ?nera
iuo uujuiiiiug, IIIUI. BUIU Up- plication nnd the testimony offered.
will be heard at the Office of the Com
missioner of Boundaries in HUo, Hawaii, on Thursday the 8th day of June,
A. D. 1905, at 9 a. m.
FREDERICK L. LYMAN,
Commissioner of Boundaries.
Hilo, Hawaii, Stay C, 1905.
2693 Slay 12, 19, 26, June 2.
NOW IS THE TIME TO