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ol. XT. No. 1005
Phiok 5 Gents.
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BOARD OF INQUIRY IS
NAMED TO INVESTIGATE
Secretary Long Make3 Move to Set
Trouble at Re3t Dewey Head
" of Board Meet Next
Washington, July 25-Tho Hoard o
Inquiry wlilcli l to Investigate th
"controversial points In Admiral
Hchlej'fl condact Jurln; the Spanish
v.u mil be composed i.l Admiral De
vi y. it'Mdent of tho court, nnd Hear
Ad.nlrnU Louis A. Klmbmlr-v nnd An
iliew K. Benham. The iuit will m'.ct
4t thti Navy Department in Wnilng
ton September 12. Secretit-v Long nt-'
DcuuKit these fncti toJ.v.
The piiept to the eourt which U
being prepared by Captain Lemly, thu
Jiu'M Advocate General, has not 'i
been completed. The scopo of the In
quiry will not be known until tho pie
cp; and order for the conv. nlivj t f tho
tiiiirt nre Issued. It is r-ald that thiv
will be promulgated '1 the eleptrt
tnent tomorrow. Seeret.it y Long savs.
how over, that Jhe proeJlngs o! tb
court will be opJn and that the wldoit
latitude will be permitted III the riattei
of wltncstes and that ifar Admiral
Schley will be allowed n bo represent,
rd by counsel.
The Secretary had rothln to sny
About the composition or the court ex
empt that he thought it spoke for It
self and to express the hope that the
members chosen would be satisfactory
to all concerned. He po'ntri! out thai
none of the officers chosen had, so fai
11s he Knew, expressed an opinion con
cerning what Is known as ths iampsoii
Schley controversy and It was there
fore to be presumed that they would
enter upon their work la lnipartl.il aid
unprejudiced spirit. The men' her c7
the ' court are dlstnctlvcly lighting
men. Each has been connected with
u celebrated eent In naval annals. Of
Admiral Dewey, the hcio of the battle
of Manila Bay, It Is unnecessary to
speak. His recoid Is familiar to all.
tils associates, near Admiral Itlmber
ley and near Admiral Uenham are
both rctlied officers.
While the forma! order has not. yet
been Issued, it Is understood that Sec
retary Ijorg has selected Commander
v 3ohn l:. PHUlmry. equipment officer
of the Boston nay yard, as Judge ad
vocate of the Schley court of Inquiry.
Commander I'ilUbury was In command
of tho dynamite cruiser Vesuvius dur
ing the Spanish war, attached to Samp
KUN8T FINriD SISO.
The old German Kunst, who keeps
a liquor Joint on Queen street was this
tills forenoon nneil 1UU and costs on tno
rharge of selling slplrtuous liquor
wiiuoue a iiceutv. Auuiuer o
appeared for tne defense. .Mrs. Kunsi,j
cnargeii witn me same onense.Miau uerlIows. araml exalted ruler. Charles E,
case none pros 0.
Another Divorce 8ult.
Another couple man led on July 4th
uie lu tiouble. Mary Youns: comes
forward with n suit for divorce mralnst'
Wni. Youmr. chartlnir him with various
forms of .unfaithfulness to his marital
forms of, unfaithfulness to his marital
vows such 113 assault and battery,
threatening to shoot mid kill his wlfo,
failure to provide and using profane
language. Robeitson & Wilder appear
for the plaintiff.
US TO BE
Rome, July 25. Although the Pope
lr In excellent healthy tho feeling pre
vails at the Vatican that a meeting of
the College of Caidlnals cannot be far
off and theie Is no secr't that thn can
didates to the papnej nre maklngelab
orato prepaiatlons for this conrliut
One of the chief ehti.teierlitlet of
the next conclave accoruin? to n hlpli
lactate, will bo the la m number o(
tamlldates lo. thu chair of St Pa"
HARD TIMES ARE THE
BEST TEST OF A NEW
suburb : : : : :
The fact tnat
DLNCr.5 r."I NOV
IN COURSE OF
ERCCTIN, fclis for
iirother about to
z for several rr.orj
be opened nnd pla.
in the h'andc of local architects, and all
for BONA FIDE PURCHASERS,
shows the vitality of the movement to
wards Collene Hills.
The 1 approaching operation of the
ear line and water plant makes Im
mediate occupation possible.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
Whereas .after the death of Plus JX,
there were Only three laud'dittei whose
chances for the J'apacy r3 m-iloua,
today half the sacred colege asplrels to
tho chair and a first scrutiny Is ex
pected to show six or eewn rrdlnali
we favored for the PontMrato.
Those who are' well lnfctme antl
rlpate a deadlock, and the ultimate m
lection of an outsider who hat not cl
RAPID TRANSIT CAK TRIAL.
The car of the Itapld Transit Co.
which has been traversing that section
of the line between the car-honno nnd
the end of tho .Hue was sent through
to Alexander street csterday after
noon, starting from the power-house
at 3 o'clock. The result was satis
factory In every respect to the men
ft charge of 'the Rapid Transit Com
pany's work and the newspaper men
and others who were hpeclally Invited
to mako tho trip. A second run wa
mado to accommoilato the party of
legislators who were not present when
the car started out on Its first trip.
Bridge Trn'flc Delayed
New York, July 23. No attempt wa
made this morning to resume full ser
vice on the Ilrookl)n bridge on which
several suspension rods were found to
be broken jesterda). Knglnecrs ex
anilncd the bridge carefully today nnd
It Is expected that full repairs will be
mado In a day or two.
WILL BURN AUSTRALIA
Petition has been filed for tho pro
bate of the will of Earner E. Hlmca
who died Iri Wlnton, Australia, last
February. The petition is filed by
Mary J. Kopje, a sister of deceased and
states that the person il estate of do
ceased Is valued at JI7t3. The will Is
said to have been mado before deceased
left Honolulu In 1900, to visit In Aus
tralia where she died. Tho will was
taken with her and Leforo her death
was accidentally burned In a fire nl
Wlnton. Correspondence Is set forth
showing1 these facts and a copy of the
will, left in Honolulu names as de
visees the petitioner and her children
Tho accounts of J. O. Carter, guar
dlau for the Lazarus minors were ap
proved today and order entered foi
guardian's final discharge.
Geo. A. Davis for Divld Davton, ad
ministrator, has filed a petition for
final distribution In tho estate of
Tho flnal accounts pf J. O. Carter,
executor lnthe estate, of Elcazar Laz
arus wcro approved by Judge Clear and
his discharge ordered.
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
m Fiiii Yl
Milwaukee. July 23. When the Elks'
Convention meets tomorrow to select
, ,i. .,. nl.are nt meetlne t U lielleeil
by th030 on tho nsl,i0 tnat tho ,)rlzp
ju lie given to Salt I jko City
offlcers were elected todnj ns foi-
Pickett. Waterloo. la.: stand c&teemed
leading knight, A. G. Field. Columbus,
O., grand esteemed loyal knight, Wil
liam B. Block, Lexington, K; grand
esteemed lecturing knight, Judge A,
H. Pickens, Denver
I ocorgo A. uejnoicis, naguiavv, .vutii.j
grand treasurer. F. C. Oirls, Meadvllls,
Pa.; giand trustee( thiee jenrj), Hen
ry W. Xleare, Baltimore; grand t j tcr.
Joseph Hennlng, Andeison, Ind.
Asldo from tho election of ofHceTs,
the business of the first cxecutlvo srs
slou of this ear's convention con
sisted of tho presentation, reading of
the reports and the transaction of oth
er routine business. Grand Exalted
Ruler Fisher presented his report,
which showed that during the past
year 113 new dispensations had been
granted and that now there arc 72.1
lodgeB having a membership of 90,000
showing an Increase since the last con
vention of 33 1-3 per cent.
GO TO BASEBALL GAME
flu out to tho Punahou grounds nt
3:31) this afternoon and watch tho
crack collogo men of tho tiansport
Thomas bump up against thu Stars,
tnko out tin horns, urums, whistles,
and ovci Hiring else that will mnl 0 a
nolso. The troublo will bejjn Bhnrp
tit tho time mentioned. The eollego
men practiced a little this morning
and feel that they are In good 1 1 1 til to
turn In and do things.
Bainoy Joy of the pollco team will
pitch for tne Stars. Tho personnel of
tho transport team w 111 be mado up ot
a selection from the names published
In es.torday's Bulletin. By all means
go out and see tho fun. No adniisslnr,
Fpll Fourteen 8torlc
Chcago, July 25. John I. Collins, 53
ytxug of nge, said to be a son of Ad
miral Collins, plunged fourteen stoiles
to his death In tho Masonic Temple
hero today. He was caught between
the elevator and shaft and fell 200 feet
to tho basement. He leaves n wife nnd
child and two brothers in California.
W. D. Hamilton, chaiged with mur
der In tho second degree nnd Osakl
Mnnklchl, Yamano Nanchlro nnd lhnrn
Ichlgoro, charged with murder In tho
first degree and prlsoneis rclensd on
writs of habeas cot pus. appeared lu tho
Pollco Court this forenoon on tho oil
giant chaigea Their cases won con
tinued until Tuesday next.
MEMBERS HAVE ALREADY
DONNED THINKING CAPS
Inconsistency and Inaccuracy of Pre
sent System to be Shown
Up Chairman Em
The Tn Commission Is already be
ginning its work of Investigation In
fact, evorr nember of the commission
has ldeastas to what should be done
with refcrvneo to revolutionizing the
tax system of tho country, and. In dun
time, these will bear irult In the shape
of bills to be presented to tho Legisla
ture. If there Is to bo a special ses
sion, the commission will make recom
mendations which will embody whnt
will have been accomplished along the
llfte of Investigation up to that time.
However, this wilt simply he a paving
of the way for tho principal recom
mendations to bo mado to the next
The whole work of thu commission
will be to show tho Inconsistency and
Inaccuracy of tho present system of
taxation as not embodjing features
that )lcld Just results. Mr. Emneluth,
chairman of the commission, had the
following to say this morning as to the
work before that body:
"My personal opinion Is that tho
taxation system can be greatly str-ipli-fled
by eliminating to a great extent,
if not altogether, tho matter of sworn
statements and porsonal returns.
"Tho rock on which tho Income tax
tax will strand Is Its application to
corporation interests. For my part. I
do not believe In an Income tax. but.
If 0110 Is to bo maintained, tho only
logical proposition would bo a straight
land value tax coupled with an Incomo
tax. The two would make up n con
sistent policy one would jleld leve
nuu for area occupied; tho other
would yield a per ecu ago of heneflts,
I. 0.. the profits realized from such oc-
"The general conditions Involved
this changing to a simple method of we will get things Into shape."
WILL CONSIDER ONLY
Washington, D. C, July 20. The President Is at his summer -7ZZ
home in Canton, and the Secretary of the Interior Is away oit his -i
his annual vacation'. While these officials were In the clt. the V
charges against Governor Dole wcie carefully considered In their ."V
entirety, together with the petitions nsklng foi his lemoval and V
the appointment of a successor. r
Tho Department has been disinclined to discuss these 111nttcra.fi!
but when Secretary Hitchcock left, It was given out that no cognl- -."V
zancc Whatever was to be taken of the efforts to have Dole re- -
moved. His administration has b.-"n satisfactory, as far ns can be -rJ
learned here, and the charges mado are not specific, but rather -TV
general 1J11I Indefinite. -r
If paitles make specific charges, and sign their names thereto. V
the Department will make an Investigation, but It tan be d( Unite- .1.'
1 stated that no anonymous charges, nor generalities will he ton- -r
sldeicd In Washington. J A. UUECKONS. !
HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC BONDS
NOT GOOD FOR TERRITORY
Acting Governor's Scheme to Issue
Bonds Under Absolete Acts
is Turned Down by Wash
Acting Goverror Cooper received the
much looked for letter from Wash-
Ington today lemtrdlut the band Is-
sue of $70t'.O0O which It had hi en hoped
by tho Executive would bo authorized
b) the LcgUlatuio netoic It adjourned.
Tho Kttci docs not cor.10 from Presi
dent McKliile-y and It does not appear
that he eveu troubled himself with
questions upon the Mibject. The letter
I:, fiom K. A. Hitchcock, Secretaiy of
tho Intel lor, and t.ivs that ftuther
legislation will be required to author
ize this Tcrrltoiy to lesue bonds In
complliiuco with Section 2 of Chapter
71, laws of lS.'O of the Republic of Ha
waii. Tho section referred to reads: "No
such bonds shall bo Itsued except in
pursuance of an Act ot the Legislature
authoilzlng the same."
"My conteatlon," raid the Acting
Governor, "was that the appropriation
bill was all that would be tequlred un
der this statute to authorize a bond
Usuc, Two Issuc'b have been made In
"What do )ou understand the Secre
tar) means by 'further legislation will
ho needed,?'" was asked,
Tho Acting aoveruor replied "I sup
poee ho means that an entirely now
oct authorizing bond issue, must bo
passed by tho Territorial Leglalatuie."
Continuing, Mr. Coopei bald, "This
has been a genulno effort on my part
to obtain authority to securo funds
with which to carry on much needul
Improvements. Tho attempt has failed
It Is true. The Improvements contem
plated to have been mado with thn
REMAINS OF LATE MRS.
SAMUEL PARKER LANDED
Flags of Steamer Floated at Half
Ma3t Many Friends Gather
at Wharf and
Tho body of Mra. Samuel Parker, ac
companied lis the husaand nnd fain
lly, nrrlvcd In the Peru this morning.
There was u lame assemblage of
friends nnd" relatives at tho wharf to
'reielve thu funeral party.
The body was taken from the
steamer to tho pallor ot the Honolulu
Undertaking Company, where It will
bo prepared for laving In state. This
afternoon thu 1 cumins will be removed
to tho King street residence of the
Parkers, there, tu aw nit the trip to Ha
waii. Accompan)ltu the remain on the
Peru wero Colonel Sam Parker, J. Par
ker and Ernest Parker. At the wharf
to meet the party were Prince David,
Edmund Norrle It W. Wilcox, D. Kn
laukalaul, Rev. Kenlol.alnonua, Cecil
Drown, Samuel V.'oodd. C. K. Stlllman,
C. W. Booth, G. A. Davis, Carl Wede
mann. Palmer Woods. Morris Kcohaka
late and'many others.
Out of respect to the memory of the
dead lady,.tho flags on tue Peru wire
flown at hJjU mast.
At tha King street residence, where
the body of Mrs. Parker will lay In
state, are a great concourso of friends
awaiting the drrlval.
taxation would be to relievo the
business community from the payment
of nny merchandise or other lljcense.
except lor legulatlon. The piesent
system Is manifestly unjust. Why
should Jn poor coffee saloon keeper
with an Income of $8 or I0 a day all
(told be made to pay the same amount
as thelHawallan Hotel?
I "I mean to collect a lot of material
while an the Coast, and when 1 return
MRS. JOHNSON DID NOT
WANT HER CLOTHES TAKEN
Gun Was Not Loaded But it Had
I Desired Effect on Laundry
Wagon Driver Mid
dleton. Mts. Johnson, a stranger who since
her arilval lu town, a short time ago,
ha3 been sta)lng at tho Angus home on
lEmmn street, got Into 11 little tiouble
this morning with Frank Mltlleton, one
I o the dilvers for the Sanitary Steam
Laundi), which tesultnl In U10 lndv
pulling a gun on the lauudiy num.
Mlddleton sa)s that he dcllveied a
bundle of clothes to Mis. Johnson and
then asked her to pay the bill of 1.10.
Upon her refusing to settle, he grabbed
lunJs derived from tha proposed $799,
000 bond Issue were school houses,
wharf and harbor Improvements nnd
other public works which would soon
ho revenue pioduclug, However, I do
not feel that the outlook is so In I
after all. Sq far, the nppcals fiom .u
fiessmcnts, which have been comprom
ise,! show a gratlf)lng Inciease tn as
sessod valuations and If the govern
ment wins tu other cases which art
soon to come befo:o the appeal hoards
the situation will be further lelioved
In addition to this, tho Incomo tax,
which I am confident will stand the
test of constitutionality will bring our
revenues up to th elevel of sullUleney.
In other words, I feel thnt vvhllH wo
may not be able to do all that w
would lH(o to du In the way ot pul-Ue
works, )ct tha outlook Is not dlsumi
aging. The Treasury will bo a llitlo
shoit this month."
Mr. Cooper did not d'splay any cli-
tlou during the Interview hut was
firm In nn uU-vvlll-come-oul-rlsbt-ln'
the clothes ns security" and was about
to w-nlle, off when Mrs. Johnson leveled
a big revolver nt flts head, at the s.11110
time saving: "Hiop those clothes
Mlddleton did not state whether he
dropped the ilcth.s but, from tho ap
pearance of the revolvei, It Is safe to
say that he did,
Mlddleton states that Mis. Angus
came in at about this time. Seeing
Mrs Johnson put down the revolver,
he picked It up ami, taking a part of
the clothes, walked out and went to tin
Mrs. Johnson, who was sent for and
asked to piesent herself nt the polk-a
station In older to explain matters, haj
a dliferent stor to tell. Shu hj)s that
when Mlddleton returned the clothe i
and demanded lajment, she took him
to task for not bringing back all tha
clothes and said she would not pa) un
til he had done so.
Mrs. Johnson stntej fmtber that
Mlddleton t'.i.M. n Jump foi tho clothes
and that she, fearing hu might tako
away her clothes for good awl all, did a
little Jumi !ng herself. She admits
pointing the revolver nt Mlddleton and
states that the desliett rtsult was at
talned, notwithstanding the fact that
there was not a single lo.tdtd chimher.
However, It was not until the laundry
man had laid hands on he.- tint she ' tlle gtrlkels tUc u,,ortance of re
took the extreme measures Just refer. nanIK Dtdt.rlyi Manager llrook-
It Is not piobable tint an thing will
come of the ease.
Mr. and Mts. Johnson came her" only
a short time ugo. the formerexpecting
to git 11 position In town which !.o
found tilled upon arrival. 1he arc ic
spec table people and have been model
JIM) COMPANY, UNITED
A tides of In-o'porallnn (or the
Judd Company, Ll'nlted, have urn
filed with the Trcajuier Tho lueor
poiutors arc: A. II. Cutihi, F. S.
l'euch, Allan W. Judd, It J. t'l.-.tt aul
Frank Andrade. The pinnule of the
corporation arc to ucqutic thu buslncx
heretofore carried on iimUr the nanu
of Allan W. Judd; tu condtut a gen
eral stock and bond luo'eei.ig) Intel-
Hiss and deal In real esrile. The capi
tal stock Is $10,001), divided Into J00
shares of tho par value of UO. Option
Ih 1 (-served to lncitase capltu to jv),-
000. Tho olflcers arc: A. II. Cnnl'.a
pnsldent: F. S. Peach), vice president.
Allan W. Judd, secretary and trv.i
urc., It. J. Pratt, auditor.
HUNT WILL fill GOVERNOR.
Washington. July 23. William II.
Hunt, thu present Secretary or Porto
lllco, has been selected to succeed
Governor Charles II. Allen upon the
retliumciit of thu latter from tho in
sular Government. Tl.u formal an
nouncement of the selection of Gov
crnor Hunt Is withheld until tho regu
lar appointment Is made, and this can
not bu before tho expliatloli of thu
1 '3ve of Governor Allen next Septum
!ir Kawnlnliao Concert.
Tickets for tho concert In connec
tion with tho dedication of the now
oigjii at Kuvval.ihao church havo been
billing very rapidly. However, It Is
r n-ccssaiy to puiebase tickets until
arriving nt tho church for thero will bo
110 rived scats ixccpt tho royal
pews 1 hero should bo n large attend-
that Ins been, arranged. The tickets
liro onl) fifty cents.
Probate mutters are being heard by
Judge i-iai today. In the Kcklpl es
tate a mimbei of witnesses ate being
examined to provu helishlp.
riiio Job I'lintint: nt tlio Uiil
let in nfllco.
MOST PLOPLE PATROM7B THE
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY DOST V.OU?
Call up BLUE (112 1 when you wish
to stnJ anything do.vn town, and re
quest your dealtr to send your goods
hone by the .M. I. . Co.
Prompt delivery and ... .
fateful attention asjureJ.
Owing to many not Ivlng able to
take adv.mt.ige of our sale last
week, we will continue the sale
during the balance of this week.
SAME LOW PRICES RULE.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
1057 I'ort Street.
PRESERVE ORDER AND
AVOID COURT INJUNCTION
Railroads Begin to Fed Effects
Smuggling Non-Union Men Into
One Plant Mayor Won't
Pittsburg, Pa., July 23. Sheet steel
strike developments of the last twent)
four hours Indicate that the eumpato's
forces at Wellsvlllo are slowly accom
plishing their Intention of operating
the plant with non-union men. 1-astlp?
night a number of new men succeeded
In eluding the strlkcu and gctllugfln
sldc the works. There Is no doubt the
visit of President Shaffer to that
place yesterday was made In onlr to
prevent any possible cause for the In
terfetetire fif the rntirts li lumrOKalni;
man, of the Wellsvlllo plant. In .111 In
terview stntcd today that they were ex
pecting new men cvety day and will
havo every mill In the plant running
At McKecspnrt all Is quiet as hereto
fore. 'I he declaiatlon of Mayor Black
last night that he would not permit
deputies In the Idle mills or ullow tlm
city police to guard tho company's
propcro Iisb caused a seiibatton. Hun
dreds of mill workers from Home
stead and Duqutsnv Joined tho Mc
Kecsport workmen this morning In a
procession to the Mayor's office to
thank hint for the stand taken. Tha
men of the Boston Iran H Steel Com
pail) formed an amalgamated lodge
last night with thirty members.
There was no change In the status
of affairs nt the works In this city.
The railroads are beginning to feel
the effects of the rtrlke In the coun
termanding of orders for coal ship
ments that had been placed by tho
different milts previous to tho begin
ning of the strike.
President ShatTcr refused to discuss
the reports ttr.U something dellnltu
would be dono b) him within tho next
day or two In the way ot calling a
ktrlko lu more mills. Other Amalga
mated officials, however, Intimated
tint the attempt ot the companies to
resume, operations nt their mills with
nou-unlon men or the carrying out of
the threat to break tho strike by court
Injunctions restraining the strikers
from Interference with the non-union
men on tho streets, -vould pieclpltnlo
a crisis nnd compel Mr, Shaffer to put
his plan of strike extension Into execu
tion. THE BRINY BUDGliT.
The American teachers on board tho
U. S. A. T. Thomas en route tn Ma
nila, havo edited a paper, "The Briny
Uudhit," which Is being printed In Ho
noltilit. The heading Is n neat design
showing tho Thomas with her signal
at the left and tho mascot, a male
feline, at tho right. Tho "Budget"
contains n copy of thu official log, a
calendar, a directory of tho names of
all tho passengers nnd several Intcr
1 sting stories and accounts of happen
ings of the vo)nge. It Is certainly a
unique paper and n very desirable sou
venlr of tho memorable vo)jge.
Negro Lnlior Held. '
Chicago, July 23. The threes hun
dred negroes Imported from Alabama
for work In the Latrobo Steel and
Coupler Works nt Belleville and whoso
ai rival In that suburb has created se
rious alarm and threats of trouble,
after spending thn night on thu train
within n.fevv miles of their destination,
wero switched to m Grntigo eaily to
day and tho train held to await devel
opments. Lntc Sugnr Report.
New York. July 23 Sugar Maw,
steady; fair lellulng. 3 9-lGc; centri
fugal, 90 test. I 3-lCc, molasses sugar,
S 3-lCc. Hcllned, steady, citibhed, 5.95;
powdered, 5.55c; granulated, 5.15c.
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