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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. 11)01.
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Crews Ready For
NATIONAL GUARD, AND 0
FIRE LAMIES MARCH
Y. M. 0. A. Exercises in Evening
Boat Clubs Keep Open' House
Special Club Dinners
Yachts Will Race.
from picsent appearances the cele
bration of American Independence will
be flttltiRly observed In tbll cty to
morrow, notwithstanding tneuact that
a large number of our local people
have gone to Illlo to be present at tlio
three ilu a races and general good I
BE ' !anofe,h " oca. or s
risldnup.. In this rltv re belne hnnd.
somely decd.ated and with tho parade
of the local mllltla. boat races at I'cnrl I
Jlarbor. excursions over tho Oahu rall-1
way sstem, and many other forms of i
amusement will render the day ono
!-, -. A..l.n. I
1S.S th ..,
g oPn o the boat races at I'ea
Lr ,.V'L ra J!0" "1, if?.1, ,
itner lomonow nac uicn compiciccp
nml the committee having tho matter I
i ,i,.. i,. k,n.i ,m,.i,i.. t
In ihaigc hae Bparcil no trouble to
make eer) thing satlsfnctor).
The train for the inco course will
leac the depot here at S:4 n. m,
arriving tit tho Peninsula about thirty
minutes later As soon as tho excur
sion train leaches .Men ,a telephone
message w ill be sent to l'earl City, and
the steam whistle IT.ere wliT announce
tho fact to the Judges, oiilclnU and
The signal will send them oil for
the starting point so that, by the tlr.o
the spectators arrlce, (he first race will
be reailj to start.
Commodoro Arch. Young's speedy
gabollne launch Water Witch has been
secured for the Judges and newspaper i
. n-i. c. i.. .I.... ..in i. i.i'. ... i
keeii up with tho racing shells and tho
people aboard will seo everything that ,
takes place In them, from start to '
There seems to be many opinions In
town regnidlng the outcome of the con
test tomorrow. Slany think that tho
Hcalauls have a regular "cinch," but
the Sbrtle s)mpntblzers have un Idea
that the senior event Is not a foregone
conclusion by any means.
So antous hnvo some of the bo)S
become that they have sought tho ser
vices of kahunas anil soothsa)eis for
enlightenment. Two stoiles are afloat.
One Is that a certain soothsacr has
declared that the Sixties will lose both ,
races but one of the taces will be do-'
f lileil lll-.llnflt tlipnl mi n IpphlllenllfV.
Another lumor Is to the effect that the
M)rtlcs will lose both races ns tho
ctTorts of n celebrated kahuna nut hnve i
been enlisted by backers of the Hea
lani tiews against thc wearers of tho
Tho races taking place In tho morn-1
Ing will leave the afternoon free to tho I
boating enthusiasts to enjoy them-'
helves and both Sl)rtlcs anil Healanls
will keep open house at their club
rooms utter the crowd returns froml
Ilcsldes the boat races there will he'
an Impromptu )acht race up from Pearl
River. Slost of the sail boats will go
down this afternoon or early tomorrow
morning and start back at the conclu
sion of the last race. The smaller
boats will start first, and the larger
)achts some time after. This Is with
thc hdpe that all the sail boats will bb
hunched on entering this harbor.
Among tho jarlitH to lace up will 'p
tho Clad) a, Dewey. Hawaii. Hclcne,
Healani. Mailon, Abble M., Pirate, .Myr
tle. I'okll, Slarla and other small boats.
Tho following odlccrs hnvo been
chosen to take cbaige of tho races to-
moimw , S. K. P. Taylor. F. J. Ch'iicbJ
A. o. SI. Houcrtson, A. W . Carter, stnrr
ter; K. H. Paris, (J. II. Angus', F J.
Kruger, C. J. Willis; A. A. Wilder
(chairman), F. J, Church and 3. II 1.
Ta)lor, regatta committee.
A laige number of membeis of both
tho Henhnl and Mjrtle clews aie go
ing out to the Sloann hotel for dinner
In tho evening. Slannger Card has fclv-
Ju'tabcve Wyllle St.
l -M -At.t- ON
Btictama, Xir.g, Piospect,
Inapuni and other Streets
A neat little Cottage on
Mttldl lUI 7iWiTTttl
en the boys special rate for tho occasion.-'
Aside from the parade of the Nation
al Guard In the morning and the Y, M.
C. A. meeting In tho evcn.lng.Uicre, will
be nothing going on la tho city Honolu
lu people who do not attend tin races
will go to the suburbs for the da? and
In the evening, there will ba fireworks
at various prhate residences bj way
Tho companies of tho National Guard
will assemble at the drill shed at 7:30
o'clock and the parade wilt start about
fifteen minutes later. The line of
march will be up Miller street to Here
tanla, to Fort, to Merchant and thenct
to the Capitol grounds where the
troops will be reviewed. The Flro De
partment will accompany the National
Ouajd In the parade.
A big picnic under tho-nusjilccs of
tlrcY. M.?0.' Af will be given-at Old
Wnlklkl during the forenoon.
rtlAt 7:80 o'clock In the evening, there
will be a program In the Association
hall. Tho Amateur Orchestra, under
the leadership of Wray Taylor, will
furnish patriotic music. The Declara
tion of Independence will bo read by
David Kanakamll, Mrs. McDonald will
sing "Vhc Star Spangled Ilanncr." The
oration of tho evening will bo deliver
ed by J. n. Waldron. T. McCants
Stewart will deliver a ten minute ad
The funeral of I'aul Neumann jes-
S5. ?BffBLh?i!3K? " "
M".0'1 latt?cr .h"llls n lll. afr?.tllo?s mission to the late l'aul Ncuiil.mil n:
?,, VSo hfin. ?n. " .! ,Zl'
ft?,.ac'' ! 'if Lill f,yJ.c" LVZCT,
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c'p .; .8'0n ' ,??r.". ,rS!
J UV(,MtlSV W I1 IUOO IIIHl IIUU
sustained by the community.
ljW "on',', an '" at tho
M.Mnlc temple by 3 o'clock. The hall
:, c :,",,."..... ,;; ..
),',",' ".' ,?... to.ac,co,n ' !
mortate those anxious to pay a last trl-1
bute by their presence. The Impressho , , IllaUcr or toml,ai... ,
fi.ncral sen Ices of the Masonic ritual , tho cn8P now tlml 1uuI .s-u,mi... ,
were conducted bj oishlpfu Master lle snlu that ,, Uniaelf fclt a
Jll lam H Wright, with whom tmt tn tuc matter unl could not tiy
1'ast Grand Masters of the lxdge, W. jj f
A. Allui, W. H Cornwell, W. A. Ora- 'Tlj0 Court rcpHc,i that it was rather
ham, orshlpful -Master ar.l of , a Bcrl0Ull mattcr for tnc Atturm ,. Ucu.
Udgc le l'rogres ami night Worship- cra, t0 tako thlg tour8u ln lne clUiC r.
ful Master Stanlo of Pacific. Theser-,tcl mung ,,rnwn le indictment but
Ice was mado more Impress We by mil-,, nat lt a8 cntlrcly ttllh h ,)rm.
sic rendered by MIsS on Holt, Mlsa'llco aniI thc Court collld uo 0tl,lnE
nodgers, Mr, Wall and Judge Stanley. liut or(ltr lc t.lltry mauc Ue rc.
The pieces rendf red were "nock of lmnlkc,, fllrtllcr tuat tUc Attorney Gen
Ages and Nearel- Xly God to Thee. ,,ral ,g HI18nciable to the people In tho
ln itatlon being extended to those mtu.r all j ot tu the Colirt.
present to v ew the features o. thc de- Uy wny of cxplanntlcin, tho Attorney
ceased, nearly all responded. Icimipi-.i1 nnt mor th irrnmwu nf thn
The procession to tho cemetery uLu. ,,ttn ,,!,. tt,, n. r
' rofoumll ImP'" The remains
, Ji ' r "? C8C0r,1 f "
fm,"n' of 'oli,le'8 ,naIe "5 ' m?ra-
,er ,trm ach company of the Na-
ttonal Guard. In the lead was a squad
of mounted police and a platoon of,
foot odlceis. Then came thc hearse!
and the long lino of carriages and ve-
hides bearing mourners representing i
every walk In life nnd a half dozen ,
nationalities. At the cemetery the
ceremony was concluded according to
the Masonic ritual. The final address
was mado by tt orshlpful Master W. H.
Wright, the farewell by Past Grand i
Mattcr Judge SI. SI. Lstee and the
'n ",ra'" ?' ,'', ".T " , "' " , I
' c ' ttn"VS?i .??li'. ' cmo,loB
memorlam by Di. Grossman, nil of.
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For groceries ring up nine 911.
The Senate threw a few very warm
shot Into the House at this morning's
session. The bone of contention was
the $20,000 appropriation bill to defray
tho expenses ot the extra session. At
the conclusion of the argument, thn
following motion, made by Sir. Achl,
n sb carried:
That the law as amended ami mes
sages from the lower house, be return
ed, with the request that thu lower
house send the Senate the reason.)
upon which It objects to such amend
ment; or that tho House of Rcpresenti
lives request a tonferenco upon tho
subject matter of tho amendments
made by tho Senate.
All this was brought about by the
following communication fiom the
"I have the honor to Inform jour
honorable body that the House of Itcp
resdntatlves hits, by a vote of II ajes
to 4 noes, taken this 'Jd day of July, A
D. 11101, failed tn recedo from Its non
I concurrence to tho proposed anitnd-
1 incut of jour honorable body to House
bill No. 4. Said bill Is returned here
I "By direction of th" House of ltcp
icEcntntlus, I have the honoi to re
turn to jour honoiablc body n com
miinleatlon to this Houso sent by ill
' rcctlou of the Senato In ro tho legal
effect of u certain vote on the amend
1 inents proposed by jour honotnblu
body tn Houso hill No, 4 as being with
out the province of communications
betwten coordinate branches of thc
Messrs. Crabbe, Kitnuhn, At hi C.
Drown and Kalatiokalan! took part In
tho objection and M accused tho
Houso of being lu error. In tho first
place, the House tiicl not request n
rnnfeience committee and variolic
membeis had been limiting all manner'
1 of charges against the Senate without
onre seeking for Information from the .
Iho Senate took up the House sala
ries bill, amrmlciKu uumbcr of Items
to conform with tho Scnato Appropria
tion bill and, at 12 m , took tho usual
The iM(ii'iit(ipelt Concert.
Among tho Fourth of July attrac
tions will bo tho Slarquardt concert,
to be given nt tho Hawaiian Opera
Houso tomorrow night. To nccomino-
te lute diners, tho concert will not
immcnce until 8: IS o'clock sharp. A
no program will bo furnished. He-
rved seats aro on salo at Wall, Nich
ols Co, . . 7
U POURS !i
Astonishes Court by
Moving a Nolle r
THERJEJS NO LAWJER "
SUITABLE TO 'TRY CASE
Remarkable Finish of
Found on Approval
by After ndvlfllnc the Grand Jury that I
an Indictment would He against Wal-,
ler O. Smith for perjury, after draw lug i
the Indictment In the case, after thu '
court had heard a lengthy urgument
upon a plea In abatement in the same
matter ami had hied a decision dls-
I,0)l,t' Atlornc- 0cncrnl t0 l-'uio
case, after the defendant J.u.l np-
.' " ".' "!" $
emeieil u pica ol not guilty, alter an
hls. Attorney Oineral Dole intirul a
tw.llc, nrnnpniil nml nauoil tlinl the mutt
I against Walter U. Smith for pirjury
I be dismissed.
"lu ""? ueut'iu bu u ma
ihlef reasons tho fact that he could Hud
inu... i .t,n rltv. fno irnm hl.ia
Tho Attorney Gcncnl gac as his
uc im not ttaIIt t0 urDliecUt the case
hecausc, while he wanted to be Im-
partial, ho might bo biased and preju-
uce(i. u tta8 therefore, In his mind,
only proper that be should take thc
full responsibility of llsposlng of the
ease by nolle pioscqui. Ho said that
Hliy wny tnJ (luy ,1C ttus ut.,orc tuo
The CtWrt called the Attorney Ocn-
,,. aent01, l() ,hc tait ,lut Mr.
$mlWli ,,!,. w ag ..uo, gult , aml uol
tlilt of uc111? "ruttlel "
Tllc A,t0IIley (icUL.lnl continued to
.. ,i,, ,h ,.,. u,ui. i,.
be believed .Ml. Stnltu was "rattled
f.,r ,... ,:rml i..... , .i-.-u. ...i..
rf ' "rand Jury w
apprehended at the tin:
inn and that sub-
hcuuent dcvclonmenti. made lt clear
I that uo pcijui) had been committed.
Since It was practical!) Impossible to
I provo tho ehnrgc, he thought only one
course, was open and that was a nolle
lhc Court then called (he attention
of the Attorney General to thc fact that
the Indictment as originally drawn upi
by Deputy Attorne) Cntbcart had becu
dlKaided and that. one drawn by him
velf had been substituted. The Court I
also said that It was not nt all Im-'
probable that an Indictment could havn I
been di awn that would have resulted
The Court further suggested that the
defendant, hnvlng plead not guilty, and
tho Attorney General having' said that
no conference had taken place between
himself and the defendant, lt was only
right that the latter bo questioned,
"It is not nlwajs satisfactory to men
Indicted by a Giand Jury to secure
their release In this way. It may place
Mr. Smith In a bad light to nettle It
In this wny. He may not want u nolle
Sir. Ilallou, counsel tor Smith arose
and said: "While this matter has
eomo to us 11s much of a surpriv as it
was to the Court. )et I do not see that
the defendant has tiny moio control
ovei tho Attorney General thin ta
Court has. As to the wishes of i'iy
client under ordinar) clieunnt uui'.i.
I think ho would want vlntlleitloii b)
11 petit Jul)
Hut under tho evistiug I
circumstances we feel that a vindica
tion tins already been had and a m.llo
Pinserjul will bo satUf.'.tt'jfi'."
HOUSE ill READY
Thc House had plent) to do this
tnoiiiljig. About l.ilf patiUui Uu bills
tame down from tho Senate and the
House came to order at once and sent
the sergeant at arms looking bout
town for Itobertson, lloogs, Glltllljn
and other stray membeis ho could find.
the llr.it bill to come up was Senate
u"' "s'n. ' '"'e -,,,or ' pen wek
of love 01 something elte was not even
Had b) title but promptly laid ou the
Ueel(lt) was unilei taker and Kinme
luth was assistant, the one making and
the othei seconding the fatal motion
Dlckc) was chief and only inouiuier
nnd tiled to show that ucroiding tn
tbo Oigaulc Ait and the constitution
rppu'prlatlim bills could originate In
the Senate although ho admitted that
all such bills lu C'ongir-ss bad to
otlgtniito In the Holme of Itwvircsent i
lives Kmmelutli said as tho House
had received back Its cuitent cxponso
bill with the Senate umSiidmcuts
thereto, ant) tho Senate was at work
un tho House salaiy bill, that It would
b simply n waste of time to put this
Senate bill tluough three readings
whereas they could go Into conference I
on the House bills as amende by the.
Senate at once, There v no fiTrtlicrl
argument and the Senate bill was)
The rest of tho morning was spent In
reading the communication from thi
Scnato transmitting tho amendments
to the Homo current expense bill,
known as "It, 11. No, 3." The amend
ments cover1 wore pages than the bill
Itself. ThoiScnatc has reduced the
total appropriation tarried by $U0,.
000 but In doing so It has been at tho
expense of the roads and Improvements
such as sewerage for Kcnalo whl'ii
they threw out an I wharves for Hono
lulu which they reduced from $;0.0(JO
to 140,000. , On the other hand the;
have put In the military at about ii'
000 and a lot of new items.
During the reading ot the communi
cation giving n list of the aineiidmelli,
tho Speaker had to (.all tho members
to order scleral times. One member
(suggested that the Senate was a pack
cf toofa. Another thought tho
Insane nsjltim should be nearer tns
bungalow. Monsarrat suggested tint
they better study geography as they
did not know the gengraphy of lh
Island ot Hawaii oven. The proposi
tions of tho Senate were met with a
general laugh scurnl times. Hawaii
was pretty badly burned by the Scnato
amendments' and ot.icr Islands as well,
so that the' nromicctx of tho Houhe
agreeing to nn of the items Is nrclty
remote. Till' hill will piobably go to
conference ns soon n tho reading Is
completed this afternoon. At noon the
House took a recess (o J o'clock.
At tho Monna hotel und.fr the man
agement of that prince of cntcrtnlncrs,
K. II. Card who formerly conducted
the Hllo hotel. Is being prepared n
sumptuous dlnnei for tho Fourth of
July, and nothing is being left undone.
that would In any manner render tho'
dlnner a crnt suciess. Sir. Card Is i
ably assisted by his ihcf, Slarccl Slag-j
nan. while a glance nt the menu below
will ecrtalnl) satisfy the most fastldl -
Sir Card, the genial manager of the'
Sloana, Is having printed lu several
colors n most unIiiio and handsome
souvenlcr 1111 nil card which will ho
presented to thc guests of the hotel on
i:. II. Card. SIgr.
Cirap Hull a 1'AmnntllUJe
Chkv.cn Cnimmmt. AtaJrlliune
Grren Turtle Jes ll i I Anwktlne
PimOtas SllicJ CiKUmtfr haltci AlmtinJ
Yu lnA Oytteri a U Puliemlin
lUkci Mullet. lUwalUn tle
H.itollnt. 11I CliUk.n i h Cliewllere
Irlel lljiun.it au Suire
Punch a la Cleme Je VUntlie erte
Kiia.l Mil-, ol 1'ilme MjnJ lie. I
Mulled TameOaliu Dutk with (juava Jctly
llruuneJ Swell Putalue
ItnlleJ New piitatiiet Cream Sauce
Hawaiian Corn un Cub
H!cLmitt Apjru, Saike IMIanJalte
DmseJ Allittatur Peart
Stallop 11I Lofotcr, Sauie Mar,nnale
SllceJ Tomato Willi tjteen Ptpper Lettuce
Gelatine Turkey with Truffle Virginia Mam Glace
SmukeJ lli-et Tuncue I'ate Je l-ue Cirat a I Atplc
Mangu Pie SliceJ Pineapple with Whippet Cream
Cau.JeA'le Je Danli ick Jelly blrawberry Srttirtcake
"The Moana Special ' he Cream
Macanxmt Lajy linueti
Ansel Cake Itauchette a la Creme
California una Hawaiian afcurteJ hrult MlieJ Nutv
.V1uhCattrHaiiin American ant Roquefort Cheete
Cafe N ilr
m . m
Case in Court
A new phase of the Chinese question
lu Hawaii will ho Investigated befoin
Judgo Kstee tills ufiernoon at the trial
of Ah See, Kut Youg, Yong I .am Chow
and Young Ho, charged with being In
this Teirltnrv without leizal rluht. In
that they uao no registration eertlll-
...Ucs from Collector CUumuerluln.
lbcy arilved nn tho Doric somo da) 3
ago fiom China, but were not here un
til after the data Tor registering Chi
nese bad closed. Hach held certificates
of Hawaiian birth or former Hawaiian
lesldcncc. They aro to be defended by
T. McCants Slowart who will endeavor
to becuro un Interpretation of the Or
gnnlc Act giving them a right to regis
ter on application. Tho casa will m
heard by Judgo Kstee this afternoon.
POURTH AT THE HAWAIIAN.
The llojnl Hawaiian hotel through
tho manager, J, W. Allen, are making
extensive preparations for a Fourth
nf July dinner. Tho nouvcnlr menu Is
an elaborate ono, which Is enclosed In
a miniature sky rocket, some twelve
to thirteen Inches In length. The menu
which is enclosed within the rocket Is
h work ot tho printer's art and with thc
exception of thu printing was furnished
by tho Honolulu and Hawaiian Paper
M. P. D.
Calls at the House
TEL. BLUB 621.
Impressive Scene in the
Federal Court This
EULOGISTIC WORDS ON
LIFE OF PAUL NEUMANN
Address is Made by Attorney General
Dole - Judge Stanley -- Acting
Governor Cooper and
In the Federal Court this morning lawjer, and jet for what he deemed
the committee, appointed jesterdaj by was right uo man would light harder
Judge Kbtee to draft resolutions of1 lie was a safo counselor, ho never
respect lu.memor) of l'uul Neumann, advised his cllints Into dllllcuttlts that
deceased, made Its return. Judgo Geo. he could not safilj and hoiiurublj tet
1). Gcirr nf tho First Circuit sat on the them out of He spumed all tho so
lemn beside Judge IMce and In the called tricks of tho profession. With
court toom were numerous friends of him. an oral stipulation was as s-ifu
the late Mr Neumann, Including mem- as n written one. Indeed he was alwava
ncrs oi'iue u.tr aim jiruiuiucuc. umciuis. icauy to make ait) supuiullou to ac
l The drafting committee consisted of commodate opposing counsel which did
Altorne) ucncral Dole, judge vvinting
and Judgo Stanley.
Thc resolution, two copies of which
were handed to the clerk, one for tho
records of tho court nml one for the
family of thc dtecased, were beauti
fully engrossed on heavy parchment
and tied with a black and white bow
knot. It rinds n fnllnuii.
Whereas, the Honorable Paul Neil.
mann. nfter n lone and honored and
brilliant career lu public and In prl-
'vato life, has pissed from among us
, Inden with tho love, not only or his
brethren of the profession, hut nlso
of all who knew him, holding a unique
place In our hearts and In tho hearts of of culture. Though not born in Amerl
his fellow citizens on account of tho ca, he was thoroughly American,
chlvnlry of his character, his iinswerv- Though always at case and apparently
Ing loyalty to truth and duty as he saw at leisure, ho was Industrious. Though
them; his breadth of view that did full full of repartee, ho never made me
Justice to the motives of political op-'mlcs. He had opinions, and jet he
poncnts; tho sweetness of his nature! rarely offended even th most sensitive)
softening bitter differences; his kind- by asserting them. Ho was a greater
ness to all nnd most ot all to thoso wbn ami a better man than be seemed,
needed kindness most; his brilliant Though gone from us he will not bu
wit; his never falling cheerfulness, forgotten. Though dead he will still
even In sickness and In pain, nnd tho live. Our regret Is that he has left
sunlight of bis life "with charity for behind him too few who aro able to
all, and with malice toward uono." I 111 his place.
Therefore, be It resolved, that we, 1 The Court thon directed the clerk to
the members of this bar, unite In this spread the roiolutlon upon the records
expression toward our late brother, cif tho court and forward a copy to thc
whom to know was to lovo und to hon-1 members of the family,
nr, and tender our sympathy to his .
Resolved, That these resolutions be'
spread upon tho records of this Court,
In moving the adoption of tho reso
lution Attorne) (leneril Dole mado an I
Inipreholvo address, lie said. "In ac
cordance with )our honor's appoint
ment jestcrday It becomes ni) sad
privilege to present a resolution com
niemorutlng the virtues of Paul Neu
mann, lie has gone from us and I hero
Is no 0110 to fill his place. On convivial
occaUons, there may be other toast-'
masters; there Is only one l'aul Neu
mann. The rare quallt) and ihnnu:
of his wit was of the kind that knows
no sting, because of his sweetness and
his lovable natute. We all knew Paul
Neumann's big loving heart, a heart
and nature without cant or hypocrisy,
He lived according to the principles ol
the Grout Teacher who said. "Thou
shalt lovo thy neighbor as thjself " lie
lived up to the highest teachings of
Christianity and the principles of .Ma
The Attorney General referred to tho
official career of thc doc eased; of his n witness lu nn assault and battery
Intimate connection with the politics caso. Hearing his name called he aus
of Hawaii through many troublous pc- wered and was surprised to hear I1I111-
rlods. "In all these jears." said the
speaker, "no taint of political or per
sunnl corruption of any kind ever
rested upon his name, ln giving coun
sel, ho was never moved or lulliienccd
by nnj thing hut pure and unselfish
motives. He did what he believed to
be right. Ho did It always fearlessly
and more he iITTl l;n all kindliness of
spirit. There were personal and poli
tical differences Ih those da)s, as now,
but no bitterness found as abiding
plate In Paul Neumann's bcnit. He
fought political battles bravvly, but lu
tho knlghtl) chivalry of duty,
"He ws an educated man of the
world, 11 scholar by training, a bohe
inlan by nature. He was a man of re
fined taste, )cs, a man of fastidious
taste. Ho was a wide render n good
lawjer. Hut thee accomplishment
were only Incidents. Thoy did not
make tho Paul Neumann wc love, Puul
Neumann can led the God's blessed
sunshine wherever he went, Tho Joy-
fnlnnuu nml llin lipnt.ftil,wtL..i nt It 1, ,a
........M0 ...... ...V . M. ....,. ..VDO ... .V M.
with him nlwn)s nnd the halo of Gods '
blessed sunshine rests as a bceudictloii .
upon his grave today."
Tho motion 01 the Attorney General
was seconded by Judgo Stanley. Ho
fnlip "In the words of tho late .Mr.
Paul Neumann uttered upon mi tie
cuslon llko this, 'Words are not needed
to commemorate his virtues.' I have
Known Paul Ttcumanu for eight jears
as u memberuf the bar, as 11 club man,
ate a member of his fiunllj, ns a frYnrt;
and 1 know nothing but good. As a
practitioner, Paul Neumann set an c
nmplo of unsw cniug fidelity to duty.
Ills death leaves a gup In our profes
fclon, which no 0110 can fill, At tho
club, the advent of no one was nunc
eagerly wclcomtd. As n ft lend ho was
unfailing Ills lellglon was humanity,
uiitr.iminelcd bj erred, all merciful
the iillglnn of loviv. As n man ho gave
tho best of his nature to his home "
i:. II McClanahnn was tailed op hv
thu Court. Itespntidlng, he said. "I
havo known him but 11 short tlmo until
I .tpreclated his many noble virtues 1
never knew a man so universal!) loied,
His friends were Union He could bu
approached by joutig am) old with
J J. D1111110 responded brlellv dwell
ing partlculaily upon thc loss sustain-
ed by tho community by tho removal
of a man gifted with such ulents In
acting Goeinor H K Cooper aaldi
"In adding a word of tribute to our
eminent departed brother, I would
1 mention as one of his most notable
.uualltlis, that of a pi ace maker. Hn
was cer moderate lu his actions and
pacific lu his speech. In the trcfuhlcd
time of Hawaii's polltlcul differences.
no uruigcd man) chasms by his wUo
rounsel, llclng opposed from cont lo
tion to the change In our form of i,o
crnmint, ho sought b) legal means to
accomplish what others sought to do
by force. I feci the loss of a per&oual
friend and I mourn the lo3s deepl "
Judge Estee tbcu said Having
known Mr, Neumann for thirty leura
the Court has dictated a few remark
which lt will now read. 'Jhe words
Paul Neumann was misunderstood
even bj some of his oldest fi fends. Ho
had almost a national reputation as a
ilub man and jet ho was not a meru
club man. In his manhood ho had n
varied learning and a memory rarely
found nmong men of our profession.
He wbb In no sense n mere case law
jer. He ueu-r looked for a large num
ber of authorities to sustain him ou
any given point. He knew tho prlu-1-I
le mid then sought for a well digested
nuthoilty to sustain lt.
Ill a sense he wns nut nn .irprncuim
not injure his own client, but which
would have the other uldo trouble.
no .was eminently n literary man.
Ho could quote from the old Latin au
thors ns well us from all thc modern
German, Spanish, French und Cngllsh
He had a wonderful faculty of re
membering and telling uneedotes. He
was hospitable to u fault j his homo
was thn ineetlni? nl.iie nf nil i,n 1.-.1
iharacter and wit.
Ills friendships were most iiidiirln.'
He never forgot n name or n facer. He
liked club llfo wherehv he ennl.i mi
and bandy pleasant words with men
Made Bad Blunder
An example of the iinrillabllltv nf
police testimony In criminal cnssn mis
given In tlv District Court this morn
ing when Olllcer Palenapa positively
1 Identified C. Hanson as the mini bu
had arrested last sight for being
The name of C, Hanson was c tiled
an" a man answering to the name ap
peareil before tlic bar. He said hl
,namn wnts Hanson and denied that tin
was drunk Inst night.
Olllcer PnltiiapH was put nn tho stand
and identified the man us the one lie
had arrested. Ho was sure of his tes
timony there could bo nn mistake. It
then developed that thc man ut bar at-
iiiougu nis name was Hanson was a
witness In nttemlan-o on tho Court ns
e being testified against and bclim
Identified ns being 0 drunk.
Ho was warned by the court to take
er.rcj and not answer to his name so
quickly again. The real C. Hanson cm
being arrested deposited $! ns ball
which ho forfeited by not nppearlng In
court this morning.
Co. A Is ordered to assemble at 7
O'clock tomorrow morning for parade.
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