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Honolulu IIiimo Hull
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BY PATRON. ZliG BULLETIN ADS.
Yoh. XL No. 1032.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 11)01
Puiok 5 Gents.
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! ALL IN MOURNING FOR
THE LATE PRESIDENT
Inner Precincts of Federal and Terri
torial Chambers of Justice
. Decked in Emblems
Interior draplngs are tn portion In
the First Circuit Court placed there
this morning by order iff Judge Gear.
Tlie Judge ordered the exterior draped
, lint afterwards withdrew this owing to
the lack of provision by law for drap
ing Federal hulldlngit.
"I In tne United State District Court
room the window at the rear of th
uinch Is covered with black crepe, with
a portrait of President McKlnley near
the. top. The doorways of the court
loom, .fudge Esteo'a chamber and the
li lerk' olflce are fltled with liatchtnentH
,of black crepe, at are alto tho portals
of the Territorial civil office on the
Upstair the window back of the
bench In each court room of the Te'rrl
torlal Judiciary Is fully draped, -with a
portrait of the dead President In the
midst aloft. The two doorway lead
ing Into Judge Kstee'a chambers are
hung with black, portieres caught back
near tho bottom with VliUo rosettes.
A portrait of McKtnley la ocr tho
door noxt the stairs Similar drapery
appears In the main entrance to th
court room used by Judiro Clear at th
Alex. Lanrun Comntlttcd.
Alex Lizarus, the hoy who admits
hmlng placed the stone on the Kapld
Transit track on Llllha street Tues
day afternoon, appeared In the Police
Court tor trial today. Tho defendant
was committed to tho Circuit Court for
ASSOCIATION MEETS TO
APPOINT A COMMITTEE
Memorial to be Sent to Washington
Will Go Forward In Coptic P.
J. Lowrey Committee's
A meeting of tho Merchants' Asso
elation was held this forenoon In iho
back room of tho Hawaiian luvost
ment Company for tho put pose of tak
ing steps toward forwarding meiuoilnl
lo Washington in connection with tho
decease of the President of tho Un'ted
Those present at tho meeting were:
i:. (J. Maclarlano (president), W. W.
Harris (secretary), .M. A. ijnnsulvci,
M. Phillips. F. M. Wakefield, J. il.
llothwell. F. II. Auoruaib, J. S. Speu
ctr, C. il. V. Foster. Geo. Ilodlck. T.
W. Holiron. F. W. Lauge. Edwin Pai
U. W. W. Dlmond, Henry Lewis ami
11. I'flucger. .
When, after a wait of over a half
hour. It was found tbeic weie enough
members present to constitute a quor
um, President Maefarlano announced
the object of tho meeting. Among
other things, ho stated that there hid
been sotuo misunderstanding with ref
erence to the meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce yesterday niternoon.
This body had sent forward a tolegrnri
In the Aorungl which was from thu
citizens as a whole, and It was tin ant
that the Merchants' Association should
be Included lu this mossage. Hovvuv
or. tbc Merchants' Association would
do well to send its oti memorial to
Washington nnd this memorial should
go forth In the Coptic- on October 1.
Mr. Ruthwell made a motion Hint
the drafting of thu piopei losolutloui
be left lu tho hands of tho hoard irf
tllreetors of nine, hut wlthdiew this
on Mr. Harris making the motion to
place the work in the hunds of n com
mlttoo of llvo with lull power to net.
Tlds was sototielcd by Mr Auerbacb
and unanimously carried.
The" Only Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Ha two bedrooms and all modern in
provements; $40 a month.
Alio tarrje residence on the Walklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven month.
President Matfnrlauo said that tho
association might tako up other met
tvrs In connection with n Qttlng ob
eervnnce In Honolulu, but ho bellowed
that, In doing this, there would he a
clash with at Hon already taken by
The mnttcr of sending a memorial
to Mrs. McKlulcy wax taken up and
it was Anally dedded to nllow tho com
uilttco full power to act. Tho pros!
dent then appointed tho following
committee: F J. Lovvrey (ttnlr
tnau), Geo. W. Smith, J. F. Hum
berg. F. M Wakefield and V W.
For groceries ring up llluo Oil.
MUST BLRDWB) OVER
At a meeting of the Judges of the
unnunl rowing races held titles day to
consider the reply of the Myrtle and
Healanl boat clubs. In re the senior
barge rare. In which wo gave n drrlslo'i
to the effect that It was no men nnd
that the event would haw to bo row
ed over again, the same day, following
the Inst event, and til which n request
b) repnentatlcs of both clubs was
made that further time be given In
which to prepare for the. rueo and to
which request consent was given, the
rnce to ie Saturday, HeptembVr 2S,
1901, and wherein tho respective clubs
were ghen until Wednesday noon, Sep
tember 23 to make reply, n beg tn
render the following decision:
Hrst Wo declare it "no rac-o."
Second lu lieu of tho death of
William McKlulcy. President of the
United States, and out of respect to
his memory, wo hereby set Saturday.
October .". at 4.15 p. in., as the tlmo
the race shall he rowed oer again.
Third Any crew fnlllng to ho t
tho starting point at tho time sot fur
tho race, will bo disqualified.
C. J. CAMPIIKLI
c. j. McCarthy,
C II. WILSON.
Judges Re gatta Day
m TEST HE
An Injunction suit has been brought
In the United States District Court
against Win. II. Wright. Treasurer of
the Teirltory, the purpose of which
Is to test the constitutionality of the
Teirltorlal liquor license law.
The plaintiffs are MacfHrlane & Co,
11. Huckfeld fc Co. W. C. Peacock ft
Co, Hoffschlaeger & Co, St. 0. S.iyres
nnd Laurence II. Dee.
J. C. Dalrd. J. J. Dunne and Robert
son ft Wilde are attorneys for plain
Nothing but the bearing of n few
motions was clono In the Circuit Court
before either Judge dear or Judgo
Little this morning. Judge dear or
dc red adjournment nnd ext used tho
Juries until !l:.1U Monday morning out
of regard for the memoilul son Ices
for President McKlulcy, to ho hold in
Judgo Gear denied the motion of
defendant for new trial In tho ties
pass suit of Aslu Drown vs. Andrew
Uannlstcr, wherein tho Jury rendered
a verdict or SJSOU damages for plain
tiff. Judgo Gear signed an order on the
report of J. A. Thompson, master,
requiring J. K. Kokaula, administra
tor of the Kekaula estate, to tile a
supplementary account showing the.
disposition of the 30iW life Insurance
and to pay Into court tlfllf.LM, tho bal
ance ou hand as shown by his latest
account. Accordingly an account wan
filed this inornlug. signed by J. K
Kekaula, ndmlnlstiator, and Wiilluti
Kekaula, administratrix. Including
J350O Insurance money amongst ie
ceipts nnd showing payment of bo
quests In the will, which leaves a debt
balancu of eighty c cuts against thu es
tate. Tbls account has been referred
to Mr. Thompson for further repott.
T. Mt Cants btewrt, for defendant!),
answers with general denial the com
plaint of Wong Qual and other)
against Loo Chit Sang and A. Frank
Cooke, tiospaes on the case.
V. Pfotenhauer, administrator of
tho estate of Paul F, A. Oilers, du-
ceased, has tiled an Inventory contain
ing notes of nana and lire insurance
policies amounting to $38,S!1U. besld'-j
lirteen shares Sunset Raisin ii Vim
Mini Co., California, 'value not stated.
The petition of Consul Cnnmnrro if
Poitug&t to have Frank Andiado ap
pointed guardian of Jaclntba Postaun,
an Insane person, tins' been dismissed.
C. K. Kapalalli. by hla attoruuy,
Philip L. Weaver, discontinues his pe
tition In tho matter of Kauloallllll, a
spendthrift, In accordance with thu
suggestion of death.
J, T, Do Holt, attorney for defend
ant, moves for default against plain
tiff lu tho case of John Cook vs. K,
Colt Hobron, on tho ground of nou
Joinder In demurrer.
Mary S. Rose, by her attornoys, Kin
ney, llallou & McClanahan, enters n
demurrer to tho complaint of Henry
Smith against herself and Governor
Dole, being a bill to cancel deed.
Andrews, PetcrB & Andrade (llo u
discontinuance of tho assumpsit milt
of Holllstor Drug Co. vs. John F. Col
burn. Kiim Chung, Ah Nnng, Ah Heo and
Ah Po, by their attorney Andrew:).
Peters & Andrade, answer with gen
cral dnulnl tho complaint of Wong
Qual, Wong Chow, Lum Low and
Wong Muiig. trespass on tho enso.
In tho Injunction suit of Honolulu
Plantation Co. vs. Loo Chit San, tho
plaintiff, by lis attorneys, Smith &
Lewis, file u replication to tho answer
of defendant, avonlng that its com
plaint Is good lu law.
At an adjourned meting of tho committee appointed at tho Chamber of
Commerce assembly, held at tho office of W. (1. Irwin this morning ut
10 o'clock, the following program wan arranged ror the memorial servicer
Tor Piosleliint McKtnley, to bo held nt Knwainhao Church. Saturday, tho
IMn of September, r) I, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Invocation . Rev. E. S. Tlmoteo
Mutlc the Choir
Reading of the Scriptures .... Mr. F. W. Damon
Prayer .. . . ., ,...!.. ...' Rev. C. B. Dyke
Muilc, Solo "Peace Troubled Heart" Mr. Montague Turner
Addreit Rev. A. Mackintosh
Addrett .. . ... ., Rev. H. H. Parker
Mutlc . .... .. The Choir
Addrett . . . Hit Excellency Gov. S. B. Dole
Addrett . Rev. W. M. Kincald
Or, In hit absence .... Rev. W. D. Wettervelt
Mutlc .. . , . . ... the Choir
Benediction . . .., ... Rev. Jno. P. Erdman
Committee Rev. W. D. Westtrvelt, D. Kanuha, Wm. Mutch, W. F. At
len. J. B. Atherton, F. M. Hatch, F. .M. Swanzy, W. Pfotenhauer, W, G. Ir
win, chairman. Jamet Gordon Spencer, secretary to committee.
PROPOSITION FOR PRIVATE I
CONSTRUCTION IS ADVANCED!
Standard Oil Company Said to be In
terested Queen Street Site
and Nuuanu Stream
A scheme Is nt present uncle r way
by which the clt waterfront will
ho oxtenclod several hundred feet
from tho old flshiunrkel whnrf to
the hrldgo nciosx Nuuanu stream mi
King stroot. There being no fundr,
now in tho Territorial Treasury avail
nble for the work, It has been tho ilm
to have tho wharfs built' by prlv ito
subscription, with the undcrstniidlir;
that the bulltlois have a lease of the
wharf for a short term of, yours, ro'
lect all wharfage nnd turn the wlmrt
over to tho Government ut tho oxplia
Hon of tho loaso for tho cost of the
whnrf construction Tho matter will
bo laid boforo tho Superintendent if
Public- Works at an early dny and no
Hon taken on It.
It Is understood that the Staudaiil
Oil Company Is Interested to some
extent In the scheme, as that corixira
Hon needs whnrf lacllltles for Its oil
steamers and sjtlsftor arrange
ments for tho tiMi of tho rallrord
wharfs hnvo so far failed. The now
wharf along Queen street and tho
leng whurf tn extend from tho Junc
tion of the buy ami Nuuanu stroun
running parallel with tne mnukn rail
road wharf to Kekaullko street, will
give room for nbout seventeen cr
olghtcu big ships and be much muror
to town tlmn tho railroad wharfs. Tills
would save n great deal of teaming,
as goods could from those proposi il
wharfs lie lauded right on Que on
street nnd not be hauled all tho vvuv
mound to town through tho Iwllel dl
CIIHI!8E SHOW RTHPliCT.
Chang Cli.ui and other prominent
oung Chinese of the clt nicii known
to bo as good American citizens as any
In the Terrltor) went nround among
the Chinese business houses of the city
jesterda) forenoon and told them they
thought, ns n mark of respect to tho
memnrj of Hie lato President Mc-Klnley
they should close their doors at noon
The lamented President bncl alwajs
done the right thing bj the Chinese of
the Territory and the Chinese should
Htucforc) show their feeling of sympa
thy, "Micro was at once tin agreement
on the part of nil Hie Chinese nnd nt
l'J noon, all tho principal business
houses nloug on King. Nuuanu nnd
Hotel streets were closed
Gleason With Leaders
SIUERSON .. .,...,
MOORE ' .. ,
LUCAS , ,,
MARtALLINO . . . ,l' .:
CHINESE BORN AMERICAN
WILL SEEK SATISFACTION
Claims He Was Discriminated Against
By Customs Officials
Here -Goes to
Tho much mooted question of
whether an American citizen of Chi
ncsi- parentage Is entitled to nit of
tho rights or an ordinary American
Itln-n In hoarding nnd leaving Oiletit
nl steamers nt this port. Is soon tn bu
li steel lu the courts
The netlon will bo taken by Chnng
Chow, in tho emplo) or i: (). Hull v
Sons, who Is an American cltleu Ills
reeouisi! to tho courts grows out if
the refusal of tho customs nuthorltliM
to allow I I tn admission to tho I'm V
.Mall wharf em the- lust visit of tho
slenmer China to this port. On that
iicinsloii Chung, with the- other em
plo) es of Hull ii Sous, wont to the
whurf to welcome- homo i:, O. .While
and IMwIu Pnils or tho firm, and .ill
of the- emplo) es hut Chang wore nl
low oil to go upon the whnrf.
llo protested ngnlnst the action or
tho Inspector lu revising him admis
sion, declaring that he was an Ameri
can citizen and so entitled to tho privilege-
ot entering the gntu The guiiiit
iiciucstcd Chang to produce his pa
pi is to piove Hiut bo was n iltli-i,
Chung could not do so cm the Instant,
ns ho did not have them with him.
He went to the Collector with hit
grievance and sas ho received scant
courtesy. Now ho Is to demand of
tho com Is the satlsraetlou ho could
not get nt tho hands of the custciiui
Witli rogiinl to the merits of th
case Collector Stntlinblo this morn
lug refused to be Interviewed. Ho
I would not tnlk for publication, lie-
gnriling tho admission of Chinese t.)
I the whurf, however, he stated Hint It
I was alwuys Aie custom to show"lbom
every couitesy If they applied lor
I Permission lu tho proper way.
I It Is a well known fact that th,
Trenstirj regulation rognrdlng Chi
ncso nio most rigid and some times
harsh, as the Chinese are- looked
upon with suspicion by the Dop.ut-
iiiont. The Treasury Department also
deems It of the' gleatest Importance
Hint n strict suivelllnuco should ho
kept of ever) one who goes upon tho
j ste tuners at this port hnvlng Chlnee-
'aboard either en louto to or from
San Francisco. If nt some future
time) the Pacific Mall wharf here Is
made u bondid whurf, as aiu tho
, Pacific .Mall and Occidental & Orient-
,111 wharfs lu Snn Francisco, thin tho
ngents of the steamship company will
bo the ones who will huve c untied -if
tin inim(i of neoplo through flu
gates, and will bo responsible under
their bond for whatever goes wrong
on tho whnrf. This will prartlcall)
tako the matter out of tho hands of
thu customs authorities nnd put It nu
tho ngents. In San Franclico no one
ran gain act ess tn the bonded wharfs
unless bo has a pass from tho agontit
W L. I'.aton, rhnlrman of the citi
zens meeting, which was held last
night nt tho drill shed, has appointed
Hie following committee and rcqtiots
the gentle man named to meet at ths
drill shed on tomorrow (Friday ) even
ing at 7-30 o'clock for conference. Ho
rrquists those who ran not attend
to notify him, so that ho may know
iv hat persons will serve on the commit
tee, us it will ho permanent! organiz
ed tomorrow evening- F. M. Hatch,
W L. F.iiton, John C. l-ine ox-ollltlo.
1'. McCants Stcwarl, J. W. Jones, J. M.
Vlvns. W L Stanley, W R. Castle, F.
f. lleckley, Thomas Irving, John
Daw sou, W. (' Achl, George A. Davis.
James Qiilnn, W. R. Fnrrlngton, F. J.
Testa. Allan Dunn, A, W, Pearson, A.
V. Gear, F, L. Hongs, George II. Hud
dy, Walter (I. Smith, S M. Damon,
Charles llelllna, .1. II, Fisher, IMmund
Norrle, A F, Cooke. J, O. Carter, S
F. Chllllngworth. Charles S. Desky.
II. S. Gill, A. Fernando?. P. C. .lotus,
Cecil Drown. George It. Cat tor, K. R
(1 Wallace. Ho Foil. Y. Ahlii. L. C.
Abies, John Ouderklrk, S. M. Kanaka
lllll. P. 8. llenrdslee, S. Os.ikl, II. II.
Wright. V II. Wright, L. del.. Ward.
J. f. Sinter. Dr. C. D. Cooper. Dr. C.
It. Wood. Col. C. .1. MeCarth). Dr. W.
S. Taylor. A. G. Robertson. W K. Wnll.
Gen. A S. Il.irtwell. T.J le- A. Dickey.
H. J. Wilson. John W Short. J D.
Tonight tho little Australian favor
ites appear for the last time in vaude
ville which was such n success last
Tuesday night. Theater goers should
not miss tonight, us It Is not 'very
likely the children will give another
vaudeville night In Honolulu
Master Willie Pollard the little
comedian of the lompin) Is now quite
lerovcred from his Indisposition and
will nppenr ns "li habod" In "The Ilclle
of New York" on Saturday As "Miss
Corn Augellque" Miss Daphne Trott
will he seen at her besL Miss Irene
Loftus Is said to be Inimitable at
"llllnky IHH" and his "wildcat girl."
Miss Ivy Trott will have a chance to
display tho dancing about which so
much has been heard. On Saturday af
ternoon the doors will be open for the
matlnie nt :Sn performance at 2
sharp. Parents shiiuM not let their
rhlldreii miss this performance of the
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
In consequence of the death of the
President, the celebration of tho Holy
Communion on Sunday morning at 11
o'clock will be of n special memorial
character, Wra Taylor will play a
funernl Miluntnry at the beginning nnd
the end of the service. The rest of
the music will bn specially selected
and n special sermon will be preached
Arrnngemi nts are being inntla to have
the Cathedral suitably draped with
m'pe' . ' ruim
Waiter Did you order beef a la
Whltty (who has been waiting an
hour) Vis. What's the matter, been
wnitlng for the styles to change
Philadelphia Pre ss,
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers pneknges to any
part of the city for Hie up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packnges shipped to
nil parts of thu' Hailed
States and nurope.
Otllce, 1017 Rethel St.,
opposite Honolulu MnrkuL
ThoHe lire the kind ot hIioch we -
iniike It ii point to keep, mill we think that we linve -
IhucccciIccI pretty well. TRY UH.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., I
d 1057 Port Street. S
GOVERNOR DOLE ORDERS
MOURNING SIXTY DAYS
Tasteful Design Bung Applied Under
Direction of E. A. Murphy
-Chargeable to State
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Governor Dole has ordered the
4- draping of the Capitol lu mourn-
lng to srnnd for sixty dajs out of
respect to the memory of Presl-
dent McKinle). The work Is nl-
ready well advanced. Hit cott
will come out of the npproprla-
Hon for state ceremonies. The
mournful dressing I confined to
the prltK-rpal facade looking out
to King stre-et and the tide of tbc
building facing on Richards
A. B. Mtirph.v of the Public Works
Department Is the designer of ths
Capitol draper) The design Is n taste
ftil one. Its treatment will be entirely
lu black, even while rosettes being
excluded. This Is following u settled
rule. Mr. Murphy explains, relative to
the ago of the subject of mourning.
Full rn)s will uppinr upon the mid
dle' and two side mansards. Half ras
are to be placed underneath the mid
dle mansard. The columns of the main
facado will be full) draped In double,
triangle rays, giving them n square
appearance. Plain black looping will
extend nlong the base of the second
story, also the balustrades of the Hrst
L'poti thu Richards street stele th
columns will be covered In crepe mast
style, preserving their round appear
ance. There will be three full rnjs nns
over tho other upon each face of the
corner tow en
The three doors of the main entrance
wilt be treated In full black with por
E. STREHZ OF KOLOA
SUCCUMBD TO OLD AQE
Came to Islands In 1857-Owned Drug
Store in Honolalu Was
Adopted Father of
E. S. Boyd
K. Strehr, a German well known
throughout the Islands, and one of
tho early settlers hurc, died at Ills
homo in Koloa, Kauai, on Tuesday
latt at thu ripe ago ot 13 years, ft
months and 19 days. The body wj
brought to Honolulu in tho Mlkahaln
this morning and Is now In tho handi
of the undertaker.
Deceased was born In Horlln. (lor
many, which place be left In 1849. He
spent several years on the Mnlnlaiul
and. in IS." 7. came to the Islands to
Upon tlrst reaching Honolulu, de
ceased Went Into thu Mutt Smith drug
tore, which stood at the comer of
I'crt and Hotel streets. After havln;;
served lu various capacities there fur
a term or years, ho Dually bought out
thu establishment and started Into
business for himself.
Deceased went to Koloa later on
and lived there In the neighborhood of
twenty years. He adopted H. S. Doyd,
now Commissioner of Public l.unds.
and ror this kindly man tho adopted
ton felt thu greatest of love.
Death was clue to a general collapse
of the system brought on by old age.
Of lute years ho had been In n feeble
condition, particularly after ho had
lost his eyesight. Ho leaves a widow
to mourn lu-r loss
The fTuiornl will take place nt 2:10
o clock tomorrow- niternoon from tho
Masonic- Temple, deceased having
been a member of Hawaiian Lodge
No L'l, us well ns of tho Odd Fellows
All friends tiro Invited to attend.
When you luivc u good thing, -
keep It, When you linve worn -
ono pull- of our IIANIKTCR -
KIIOUK, you know vvluit to cnl -
feu- when you vwint iinotlici palp. 3
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