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Vol. XIr No. 1990.
HONOLULU, TltRlTORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1901.
PmoE 5 0ent8.
About Quarter. Million
For Public's '
NEW WIARF ANI DREDGING
DONE AT PRIVATE EXPENSE
TjhevFirm Will Look to Next Legis-
' lature for Reimbusement-Whit
Col Boyd Thinks of
Tlui new wharf tluit Is being con-
striiited by the l'uhllc Works depart-
..jtnent mnuka of the railroad wharves Is
t. being Paid for through the generosity
of II. Hackfeld & Co., who, unsoli
cited, offered to hae the work done.
and wait for the next legislature to
reimburse tbcm ttr their outlay of
nearly a quarter of a million dollars.
Superintendent of Public Work
lloyd, Ih an Interview this morning
stated. In answer to an Inquiry as to
' 'why bids for the construction of tho
wharf had not been let. that the work
was not being done by contract but by
the department. Kids for the material
vue tailed and that of II. Hackfeld
& Co.-Was accepted by the department
is being tho beat In every respect. XIr.
lloyd continued, "Several months ngo
In conversation with Mr. Pfotenhauer
of Hackfeld & Co., he asked me when
the government was going to build
more wharves. He said that they werei
badly needed as In n few months thero
would be very huge steamers coming
here which would not be able to work
conveniently at any of the whnrve
now In use. I replied that under th
present condition of tbo treasury It
would bt Impossible for the depart
ment to do any work towards building
morp wharves until there was suffl-
dent money appropriated for the. woik.J
Older the last appropriation there Is
hut 1.10,000 available for all the work
'itllpcrtalnlng to the maintenance of tho
, hititor. wharfs, lights and buoys and
' with this sum, even the repairs at the
present time necessary, could not be
completed or more than begun.
"This being the case In n few days I
received a proposal from Hackfeld &
Co. to let them advance the money nnd
have the work begun. After consulta
tion I decided upon this course. Hid
were let for the material necessary to
the work of construction und Hackfeld
, & Co. put In what I considered the
' best. This was accepted and the matt-rial
ordered. As we wanted to hav
the work done In the best style possi
ble l was decided not to have It con
tracted for nnd so Cotton Ilrothers
were hired to do It by the department.
They had all tho skilled luhor and ma
chinery for the work at hand. Hud the
department not given the work to them
It would have to have gone to the ex
pense of purchasing machinery nnd
getting men from the Coast to per
form the labor. Cotton Druthers' ma-
hlucry and men were here on the
ground and so. they are now doing the
oiK unucr me supervision or ine ue
I "The work is to be flu I shed In about
tin co months from now and when com
pleted will ndd greatly to the rnVrnu
of the Territory ns the wharfs will help
out a great deal Muring tho rush se.v
' son. I have no fear hut that the next
Legislature, will see the matter In lt
right light nnd reimburse the men
putting up tho money as they should
bo looked upon ns public benefactors
who came to the aid of the oniitre In
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Its time of need. As soon ns tho work
Is completed tho wharf will bo taken
charge of by the harbor master and be
. as nil the other wharfs, except that the
It wo new big steamers of tho Pacific
plull Co. will have the right of way
,'theie tlie same ns tho Oceanic steam
ers have the right of way at the
The Quick and
are now running every 20
It takes no longer to go
to College Hills by Ilapld
Transit than It does to go
to Pilkol St. by slow Trams.
' lint tlie cool air nnd fino
views make it llko a differ
Invest a nickel in a rldo
there this afternoon.
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
Oceanic Wharf and the Pacific Mall
steamers at the Pacific Mall wharf.
Hackfeld & Co. will not have charge on
or of the wharf more than the other
companies have of the wharfs they now
use. " , I
"With regard to the dredging of thu
harbor soon to be commenced so ns to
make a channel to the new wharf, the
same firm has guaranteed the money to
carry on the work with the same un
derstanding thnt they will have their
claim pushed for recognition before the
next Legislature. This work is hmlly
needed anil when It Is completed th
harbor will be In the best condition
that It has ever been In nnd there will
not be any trouble In handling the
largest vessels which may come In the
hay. The action of Hackfeld & Co. I
consider very commendable for tho
reason that while they are benefiting
the whole community by their efforts
It !r. very different with other people,
.lust lately during the dry Bpell there
was n petition to the department from
Wnll.lkl residents, to h-vvc the reser
voir or. Diamond Head completed so
that v.ater In that locality would not
he so scarce. It would take $6300 to
lomptctc the work nnd put the reser
voir In condition to be useck. All of
this money but $500 was offered, on
the condition that 1 put a personal
guarantee with the subscribers that
the money would be refunded to them.
This mode me personally responsible
for the rnyment of the money. I could
not hind myself to do this so the mon
ey was not forthcoming. The con
struction of the new wharf and th
dredging of the; harbor however will
cost about n quarter of a million dol
lars, hut no guarantee was asked that
the money would be refunded. The
firm advancing this large sum arc will
Ing to trust to the honor of (he next
Legislature to make good their expen
dlture In tho benefit of the whole com
TODAY'S BUSINESS OF
TWO CIRCUIT JUDGE'S
Guardian Could Not Procure Bond-
Denial in Divorce-Equity Suit
of Japanese Discon-
The Supremo Court will convene on
Monday for the first time with Its full
membership since the Act went Into
effect changing its term from quarterly
Judges Humphreys and Clear were
engaged respectively on divorce nnd
chambers cases this morning,
Maria Itoclo's petition that she he
appointed guardian of her minor chll
dren was granted under VM bond.
She could not obtain the bond, there
fore Judge Oear appointed K. J. Hus
sel guardian of tho pioperty, with Mrs.
Hoclo guurdlan of the persons of the
Peter Manuel by his attorney. J. Al
fred Mugoon .denies sweeplngly the
allegations In his wife's libel for ut
Mumamnto has dropped his bill for
accounting iignlnst his lurtner Suke
da. Sister Albcitlna. trustee, has fifteen
lun to perfect her appeal from judg
ment In tho Circuit Court for defen
dant In he' ejectment suit against
Kaplolanl P.stute, Ltd.
Chlng Hong Wn AM Is appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Chlug Ahl.
deceased, under bond of $30,000. Han
nnh II, a claimant under the estate,
hnvlng said In upen court that Thom
as Kltch vviis not her attorney, Mr.
I'ltth on lilt motion was allow ud to
wthdraw all papers ho had filed In bcr
In tho Cvclyn N. Illdwelts guardian
,M"" la",,r- "iBo " oruereu uy
i ""I ''Islou that tho guardian. Jon
nthan Shaw, turn tho property over to
the ward. Mr. Mend noted exceptions.
Tho guardianship of Itchecca Pnnce
Humekii wns further heard and contin
ued till moved on.
Mary I'm mentor was granted a di
vorce ngalnst Marcus Parmenter.
Minnie Merrill was granted a di
vorce against Loien W. Merrill.
Hunclny Band Concert.
The band will nl n v the follow Ing sr-
I tactions ut a concert on the Capitol
grounds Sunday afternoon:
i Part I.
Tho Old Hundred.
Proccbslonal King Edward's lllrth-
Romance A Dream (new) ., Uartlett
Selection Old Folks nt Homo (new)
Vocal Selectlons.Four Hawaiian Songs
Overture Jubilant (new) .'... Weber
Uallad Sweetest Story Ever Told
Selection The Ilurgomoster ..Luders
Overture Festival Ilach
God Save the King.
The Star Spangled Ilanner.
In tho preliminary round of the Ho
nolulu Golf Club match competition
played this week, D, Mclntyro default
ed to J, L. Cockburn, and II. II. Sin
clair defeated Jamleson, four up and
two to play. The first round will ho
played at Moanalna tomorrow. Fol
lowing Is tho clran: J, L. Cockburn
vs. II. II. Sinclair; Thayer vs. Guild:
lllgelow vs. Gurvle; D. W, Anderson
vs, Irvine; Clifford vs. Kay; II. Ander
son vs. Nichols; llottomlcy vs. Bu
chanan; Ross vs. Couhon.
Didn't Know the United
States But New
JUDGE ESTEE PROttCTS
INTFRPRFTFR ANIk WITNFSS'malndcr of the day. It U ceitaln that
inicnrKEicn ami, nuncM, goo( tnu, tha u MnB prmr(.d
I by the ladles' Oulld of St. Andrew'
Tri.l f Iimuki Siirwnnfrnernr nnlthe outside Influences.
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Nml Station Cottage for
Notwithstanding n night session the-
trlnl of Ohta, the Japanese sub-cou
tractor In building n cottagu on the
naval reservation, for violating the.
eight-hour law- governing United
States Government work, ran Into to
day. Tho defendant was on the stand
and the effort to get his evidence out
In-clear English was a hard linguistic
Mruggle. This last word Indeed had'
no sooner been written by tho present I
reporter In tno court-room man it watumes and characters of tho Mother
repeateu in tno pieaiung tones oi ai-. noose rhymes. I). W. Anderson ol Tu, .ri . t, V(.nlM H reported to
tomey McClanahan. saying. "Let him (bishop's Uank will represent Old King I, . ' ..... h" .CVPrai ,ay
struggle along." This was when tlm .Cole. Ills fiddlers three will I... " , 7," vY "m , ",,?. !i
IriTcrpreter. In obedience to Instruo- Messrs. Love. Marx and Dr. Wall. Tim 0n living okohama she was com
tlons. was trying to get tho witness 'latter will play for h minuet and kuv- i I'lleil to anchor for several hours to
to repeat n conversation in nngllsbleral cakcwalks that arc on tho pro-, 'await the passage of a storm which wn
between Mr. Chllds, b former witness, 'gram. Mrs. Charles Crane will bn'l raging outside. From the Japanese
nnd himself on one occasion. The In-1 Mother (loose and .Mrs. Walbrldge will coast to within four daB of this port
terpreter having been asked by thai net the part of Old Mother Hubbard. ' UL. weather was only fair, then head
uiiuiiit.'3 iiu. ku imi-i iii vu UV.-.-UH-
ant exiilalned thnt tlie latter wai -
"mixing Japanese with English." It
was here Mr. McClanahan mndo tho
remark quoted. I
Juror Mltcholl it was. an old school-
master, who suggested that the defend-
ant repeat the Lnglixb words ho used i
to Mr. Chllds. I
Mr. McClanahan once pressed the
Interpreter to repent i ceitaln ques-1
lion nnd when the court nkil thai
reason the nttorney said tne Interpre-1
tntlon dlflered from hts private Inter-'
ureter's iiiiileistnndiUE of tho nueatloii
.luiiKo Kstce -at this sternly uttered '
tils veto. Only the interpretation ol
tho swoin Interpreter could recclvo
any attention. It was the privllegu
of counsel, however, to object to thu
official Interpreter and move for an
other one. Ilefore counsel could taky,
the advice of his private Interpreter,
the latter would have to be sworn.
Mr. McClanahan declined to protest
against the official reporter.
The struggles. of the defendant with
the American vernacular became so
interesting thnt his counsel was help
ing to prolong them, when tho court
again Intervened with thu remark that
the defendant hail sworn ne could nut
speak English and' It was "Itku cruelty
tfi ntiltniilu" tn-lnir In nmlrn lilm ,ln It
It was voluntarily, hoviever, that th
witness a llttlu while later ejaculated!
In faultless enunciation, tho classical
lingllsh phrase, "I dunno.
1-ederal Attornov Ilunne h piymh -.
nmlnatlon was directed to llndlng out
It the defendant had not known por
ted well what he was about wnou
building a watchman's cott.i.w for I hi
(lov eminent of the greatest nutioi on
earth. Just as the examination lu chief
by tho defendants own counsel wn to
make him exhibit himself as uttor'y
unconscious, ut nil times heretorer and
now, of having had any Knowledge or
uiatlons wltn any prince, ruler, po
tentate or commonwealth other than
the Mikado of Japan and his subordi
nate minions of state.
It was upon his cross-questioning
thnt the delendant answeied a ques
tion, as to whether he had known that
the United Stntes held control over
any part of the Honolulu waterfront,
with u reply In tho Scottish mudu
that Is, by another question, Hu an
sweied, "What Is the United States?"
Theie seemed to bo a distinct shock J,
Kit miouguoui tne atmospuere ol ine
court-loom, ns If Judge. Jury, oincers
nnd spectntois weru suddenly
bluught Into to lace with the possibil
ity of theio being triilu ufter all lu thu
old metaphslcal theoiy that (hero Is
no such thing as matter existent nnd
tlmt hence the Stars and Stripes float
but over the fragments of utter noth
ingness. CORDIAL GREETING
London, Nov. 2. Tho cheers that
Elected the Duke nnd Duchess of Corn
wall and York today as they passed
on their return from their tour ot tho
world weie Intermingled with the
shrill cries of tho nowsuoys shouting:
"Terrible disaster lu South Africa!"
Ileneath the Jubilation on the saro
arrival of thu heir apparent there ex
isted a keen undercurrent of grief and
anger over the defeat of Col. Ilenson's
column. Of thu thousands who lined
the route fiom Victoria station to
Mnrlhorough House, mnny wero per-
sonally concerned In the Ilrltlsh
casualties Incurred In this , latest re-
verso, and while tho Duke nnd Duch-
ess were welcomed back with great
htnrtliiess. the crowds could not shut
their eyes to tho mocking contrast hu-
tvvecn tho pageant and tho serious
news of tho morning. Ilnrrlng .his nn-
fortunate) coincidence, thu ceremonies
passed off excellently,
Tho King nnd his re-united family
bedo farewell to Portsmouth to tho
strains oi inu uavai nanus. All inn.vvnicli was ns follows:
ships In tho harbor wero gnlly dres
i'd, Tho rojul train arrived at Vlcv
lerin station at 12:50 p. m. Immenso
crowds at onco gathered thoro to wel
come the royal party.
(lladsome relief quickly appeared,
ns though borne Into the distressing
void on angelic wings. Iwnen .11, de
fendant vouchsafed the, Information
that he had sometime heau theni was
a place culleil "America." Verily, "a
rose by any other namcf would smell
at sweet." f
Argument to the Jury'lmgan bofeiie
The Jury Is out as the llulletin goes
f OR IK AFTERNOON
Although there will undoubtedly be
Kiormv weather throuKboul the r-i
Uatnedrni will succeeu in oniPininB
the outside Influences. " ilnsldu
,he ,r 8llcdi njuj.p
will be dispelled
tending will certain
1 Thu affair was to have taken plan
on the lawn at the MctJrew home on
'the slopes of Punchbowl but naturally
I that plan had to be given up. Ndthlng
daunted, the ladles, feeling thai tbo
preparations had advanced to a Magv
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men,: got toVthc "and decided on thj
drill shed. The place hes.been'most
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ocauiiiiiuy uecoraiea, anu mere win
bo all mauncr of attractions to delight
the hearts of the most tastldlous.
Mrs. C. H. Cooper. Mrs. It. W. .for '
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Lilt' laillL'H III CI1UIKH U lilt' liriUIIKI1
Tho main attraction will be the cp-
,iir. i. i, leiiui-i- us .Muiy, viiiiim
Contrary." and Miss (ilffard. Miss Wld
'dlflehl. Miss Da non and Miss Jullut
King as "Pretty Maids all In a Uuw.
will ceilulnly prove very attractive.
Tnere will be lancy and candy tables
with appropriate characters galore.
The band will play from 3 to 3. The
fair will begin at 'J ociock and will
last until U.
Mn.N4 K.,vrtv i-.ik.-nki
WOAKA SUNDAY DINNER.
Following Is the menu for the Moanu
Illutel Sunday dinner:
llrandy Peaches, ft'
Chicken with like a la Heine.
Consomme a la d'Orleaus.
Queen Olives. ItadlsheM
Canapees of Caviar.
Sairamento lliver Salmon Sauce Itlclio
IJolled Leg of Lamb aux Harcots Vcrta.
Eastern Oysters Poulotto eu Calsse.
niet of lleef Pique Mushroom Sauce.
French Pancakes with Orange
Moana Hotel Special Sherbet.
Itoust Itlbs of Prlmu lleef.
Stuffed Hawaiian Duck Guuvu Jelly.
Drown SweU Potatoes.
Piled Krb Plant.
.New Com on the Cob.
Atparagus with Mayonnaise Dresslug
. AP.r.l,'.t T"rt- Cherry! !.
I, . V ","""" r're'-ream a la viiniia.
Pudding de Cabinet au Sabajon
! .oovi.vm v.ms. ..on.,,,.., nun.
Swiss Roquefort and Uric Cheesu.
CAKE NOIIt Hours from to ! p.m.
Music by a. Hawaiian Quartet Club.
Practice dues not ulwas makn per
fect. Curran, when told by his ph)sl
clans that he seemed to cough with
more difficulty, replied: "That Is odd
enough, for I have been prnUli lug ull
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for lUc up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped 'p
all parts of the United
States and ICurope.
Olllce, 1047 Hethel St.,
opposite Honolulu Market
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TO DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CORNWALL
Hillliancy was given to tho scene by
the gay uniforms of tho Coldstream
Guards who, with scores of policemen,
gunrded tho depot. All tho way to
Marlborough House the route was well
lined nnd several parts were profusely
decorated, colonial colors being partic
ularly noticeable, whllo tho Stars and
Stripes and tho DauUh flag weiu also
llequently seen, Thero wero 4000
troops on duty. At Victoria station
tho colonial agents presented an ad'
cIicsh to tho Duke of Cornwult and
ork, who replied in much tho same
j terms as ho used earlier in the day
ut Portsmouth, when hu djlatud on tho
lenjojment ho had derived from IiIk
trip and, his gladness nt seeing his nn
live laud again after his deeply inter
cstlng Journey, ut uvcry mint o
Vhlch ho had been profoundly Im
piessed by tho universal dcelaratloi
of lo)nlty to tho throne,
The Agents General of tho colonics
'nlso presented an uililit'SH lo tho King,
who hnnihil thom a written reply,
'I thank you for your loyal and dull
ful address on the return oi my bo
loved son nnd ilaughter-ln law from
tl c Ir visit to tho portions of my realms
of which ou are thu representatives.
United States Minister
Allen From Korea
DEMOCRATIC SENATOR IS
GOING HOME FRM MANILA
iThe Steamer China Arrives Here After
Rough Trip from Orient
Tl... ui...i.. rliltii frivm llwi Drlint
mi- nn-iiiiiti vii.m. i.w... .... ...-
'"" "" ' Kh trip arrived off
,' hnrUir this morning shortly after
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, miijukhi. f- i.-iuvm .ro,n
o'clock and the doctor went nut to her.
Inn net ount of the creat number of neo-
,lo i,oari, many f w,om nro for this
, , ,C!(1,el . cetnw several
I. . .. . . t .i.
nours in qunranune. coming u. UOck
!Bt '" channel wharf shortly befor It
winds and n high head sea were en
countered whli h materially delayed
The China brings over 300 tons of.
height for this poit and soon after shOi
wns alongside the work of getting her
ready to discharge was begun. On nc-1
count of the rain It Is figured that It I
will take longer to dli barge her thanj
usual and her sailing time has been,
tet for noon tomorrow. '
O ft lie passengers for this pint all'
are travelers cxiept M. lnoue, who Is'
ennnetted with one of the Japanesa
Immigration companies. He comet,
here on business for hN company. In
the steerage there are 132 Japanese la
borers, here to seek work on the plan
tations. They lire a hardy looking set
of people and very neat In their ap
pearance. Most ut them are young
Of the passengers for this port all
II. N. Allen. I!. S. Minister to Korea
on his way home for u vacation; Sen
ator Augustus (). ilacon of (lenrgla.
who bus been In the Philippines nnd
China and Is on his way home to be
present nt the opening of Congress.
Lieut. J. fi. Mtilr. V. S. M. C, and Dr.
J. J. Sndcr. V. S. N.
Senator Ilacon Is quite an eldeily
man and one of the foremost politi
cians of the State of (icorgla, where
he was born and had Jils education,
He Is a graduate uf the I'nlverslty ot
Cicorgla nnd soon after leaving school
entered the Confederate Army serving
during the years 18RI and 1SG2 as ad
putant of the Ninth Georgia Regiment
In the Army of Northern Virginia. Ho
was afterwards commissioned as cap
tain In tho Provisional Army of tho
Confederacy and assigned to general
staff duty. At the close of the war ho
took up the study of law and began
practice in IMC, at Macon. He has al
ways been active In politics,- und Is a
Democrat. In I8C8 ho was elected
Presidential Elector on tho Democra
tic ticket and later served as n mem
ber of the (ieorgla Home for fourteen
yearB. in isovciuuer, isui, lie was
elected to Congress and during his
term served on tho following commit
tees: Foreign Relations, Indlnn Dep
redations, tho Judiciary, Railroads,
Utiles and on tho committee to Investi
gate the 'condition of the Potomac
river at Washington
Captain Seabury of tho China Is
making ils last visit to this port for
some time as ho will turn over the ves
sel to Captain Ki lei on arrival In San
"It was not without natural anxiety
nnd hesitation that I sanctioned the
departure of tho heir apparent to tho
throno on a voyngo which Involved
many months of separation, but It was
my earnest desire to give effect to thu
wishes of my lato revered mother and
to tho aspirations of my loynl subjects
lu tho colonies, of whoso devotion and
patriotism I have received such signal
pioof In tho splendid service they
have rendered to tho Empire in South
Alrlca, and I am fully repaid by thu
complete) success which attended tbo
visit und by the manifestations of do
rllon nnd loyalty which tho presence
of tho Duko and Duchoss uvcr where
Tho procession occupied less than
lalf an hour In traversing tho short
rctito. Tho members of tho roynl fam
ly and their suites wero In open car
Hugos. The King woro a Field Mar
shal's uniform, tho Duko of Cornwall
incl York woro the uniform of a Hour
Admiral and Prluco Luvvard was dross
ed In sailor dollies. Thoy occupied
the first' currlage. Tho Queen, thu
Duchess of Coin wall and York and tho
Princesses Victoria and Charles of
Denmark were lu tho second carriage.
Tho Household Cavalry finished the
Kranclsco. nrid go east to get the newi
vessel recently built by the company
ut NVwport News.
The Young Men's Itesearch Club
held Its first meeting of the senson at
the homo of 11. C. Austin, Thurston
avenue, last evening. There werr
only a few members present, this be
ing duo to the Inclement weather. Wil
liam A. Urynn, ornithologist for the
lllshon Museum, nnd J 1.. HlgKlns,
read papers on the effect of the r
cent steel strike, the former tnklim
the s hie of canital and tlie latter that
of labor. After the reading of the pn-
pers came a discussion by the mem
bers and then lefroshiuctits were
On Thursday cvililng next, the Oor
man Arlon Society of Honolulu will
receive their many friends at their new
plate of meeting. In the hall of tho
Klks, corner of llcretanln and Miller
streets. There will be an entertain
nu lit nnd dance In connection with tho
festivities. The i-oclcty has a very
large membership and there Is no
doubt whatever that there will he a
The case of Manuel Perry, clinrgeit
with libidinous solicitation, came up
for trial In the Police Court today. At
the Instance of the prosecuting officer,
n nolle prosequi was entered and tho
defendant allowed to go. It appears
that Perry has sold his hack, horses
and t vcrthlng eUe In connection with
the business. He Intends taking up
another line of work.
Among tin through passengers In
the China are V. Hunt, n nephew of
Leigh Hunt nnd (ieorge I). Morgan,
member of tho New York Yacht Club,
nnd nrphi w of J Plt-rpont Morgan.
I H POMP
IT PLEASES LONDONERS
AND BRITISHERS GENERALLY
Revival of Old Time Magnificent to
be Renewed After Period of
New York, Oct. 2ti. A ruble to the
Sun from London a)g: King KtHvnrl
Vll's love of the pump of roalty on
vllch London tr.v:-n'n (.oulldinll)
coiiiil fur profitable seas hu so so"n at
the period of official mourning termi
nates, two months fiom now, has al
ready been well Indicated. The ar
rivals and departures of King Edward
and Queen Alexnndra aio now nlways
marked In the capital with a consider
able amount of the spcctncular cere
monial so denr to the Londoners. Mili
tary guards of honor In full dress uni
forms, equerries in attendance, splen
dlil carriages drawn by tho maguincent
hays for which thu royal stables are
so famous, have been constantly In evi
dence. State and court officials, who In
the late )tars of Queen Victoria's reign
enjoyed a practical sinecure, have now
to be on the qui vlve.
The latest example of the King's de
sire to keep the src'Ctacuiur and cere
monial Hide of sovereignty before
tlie ejes of his people Is to lie seen In
the eagerness with which he Is prompt
ing a Idg public demonstration on the
occasion of the Duko nnd Duchess of
Cornwall's home coming. Hence his
hurried rfMilvo to dispatch n navnl
squadron to sea to meet tho homo
romeis, ami extensive military and
naval prcpaiatlous at "ortsmoiitli,
which are now In full swing. At Lon
don, too, airaiigcments are on foot
for nn Imposing rcccptrbu,
Tho chief curb to King Edward's
giving hts subjects more hcqur.it op
portunities of publicly demonstrating
their appreciation is thu continued
anxiety of the police for his safnty.
When the King and Queen arrived In
London from Scotland n strictly limit
ed number of reporters were allowed
on the station platform, which was
strongly barred nnd guarded against
any member of the general public. Any
one tidmlttcd hud to hu supplied with
special passes, letters of credence) and
proofs of Identity, which wero care
fully examined by the police. All theso
piecaiitlous wero unheard of until re
cently. It Is now known thnt tho
whole lino from Scotlnnd to london
was patrolled by men, euch within
heating of his neighbor.
Borrow Meier el From.
Col. J. II. Fisher Is In receipt of a
letter from Judge II. C. Harrow, vino
president of the Pacific Union Oil Co,
to the effect that he Is much Improved
In health and will return to Honolulu
during the latter patt of this month
The letter further stntes, that sev
eral now wells hnve been developed Ir
thn Coallngn oil district In Fresno
county, adjacent to tho property of the
Pacific I'nlon Oil Co.
Kniinnann Pukl appeared boforo
Judge Wllrox In tho Pollco Court to
day on the charge of assault and bat
tery on his wife. The complaining wit
ness asked that her husband ho repri
manded and told to drink no more nnd
to refrain fiom heating her further.
Judge Wilcox replied that ho had no
right to dictate) what a man should put
In his stomach. However, ho repri
manded and discharged Pukl.
PACIFIC Mill CO
Emmet rMay Returns
From 'Frisco Favor
YESSELS ARE NOW ON
WAY DOWN TO CITY
OptlOuS On Fonr MOrt VC:Sels -TWO
to Run Permanently Other
Good News for .
Emmet May returned fiom San Fran
cisco Is the Alameda yesterday after
a must successful business trip. Mr.
May, It will be remembered. Is thu
prime mover In the establishment ot
a lumber company here that will open
up Its business on the first of the year
with everything that people contem
plating the building of homes will re
quire, nt rates somewhat less tlinu
tlinse mat nave prevailed here for so
many years. Mr. May had tno follow,
Ing to say to n llulletin reporter this
"I had expected to go to Portland
to see Mr. Poutsen of the Ionian, l'oiil
sen Company, with which we Intend
to do business, but that gentleman
met me In San Frauclsco and so tho
trip was nut necessary.
While I was on the Con-tt completu
arrangements were made to go ahead
at the first of the 3 car with a big
stock. The Inmait, l'oulseu vompany
will stink us nnd, I might say, thesu
people are the backbone) of thu com
pany. "We succe-edail In chartering threes
li'mher vessels, ono of theso to carry
lumber hire fur a car and the other
two to make Just a single trip nplece-.
We have options on fdur other vesai-ls
nnd. what Is most Important, our op
tion lasts three months, buoiild wv
close with these latter, they will maku
"The first of tlie three schooners
first mentioned will be here soon, hav
ing sailed from Portland orrthe day I
left San Francisco. November 2. Tho
other two were to hnvc followed nt In
tervals uf n week, bo that by the fad.
of Doee'inber, the three cargoes, which
will aggregate one and one half mil
lion feet ot lumber, will be In our
yards and ready for distribution to em-
public us the Initial s.ock of the Pacif
ic Mill Company, Limited.
We intend to hnve at least two
ve-ssels on permanent runs between
Portland and Honolulu, but of loursn
If there Is a big increase In thu busi
ness we will make additions.
"I might sny that David Ferris, the
man selected by tho Inmnn. Poulsc-n
Company as ttu yard superintendent.
is already in the city. It may be that
he will have- to return to the Coast. In
that event, another man will bo sent
"The luman, Poulscn Company In
tends to Increnso Its capacity nt the
beginning of next yeur Irom 75.000,000
feet a )oar to 100,000.000 feet."
'I he sheds and trnrk leading thereto
will Im renely by thu time tho first enr
go of lumber arrives from Portland.
The (). It. fc L. Co has already started
work on the track.
MISTRIAL BY HE
The Jttrj In the cuso erf tho Terri
tory vs. Ah Png, Ah Choy and Ah Tim,
charged with gambling, returned u ver
iVct of guilty ji'sterdny evening ofur
being out over two hours.
J". M. Ilrooks, nttorni'y for the de
fendant, moved that the verdict be set
aside on the ground that tho defen
dant had not be-en arraigned on tho
charge against him In this court, nnd
that no pica was entered beforo colli j
Judge Gear granted the motion, nnd
tho Jury was excused until Monday
The appeal case of Ng Pak, charged
w 1th larceny lu tlie second degree, waa
dismissed and his cash ball ordered
forfeited by Judge Gear. Tho suit of
llamamoto vs. Snheda has Ixx'ti dis
missed. 'WithitiiF.thtjtl. hr.t Hilhiree f
Th tirvt th.ll N eh late nj ttitn
Sfiote tar itul, they r. rnrnj.i new
Whil.l min )bln out Jrt nun Jc()4 1,"
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