Newspaper Page Text
i iiiipiiui ";,t ww""" "w.ipi. ' n" -r'r"'',,,jHiw,!a'"
y Bring Want Ad. in ToaMorrow for
YOU can savo money every
rrom a, i-. - --1
Alameda ..P'BBr 12
lay by looking over tlio litis-
Doric . . Feb. ti
For 8. F.
Coptic Fob. 25
Alameda Feb. 26
Aorangl Mar. 12
Mlowcra . Mar. 15
ness announcements In Tlio
Dulletln. L'p to-lato merchants
who sell modern good at thn
moat reasonable jirlrep aro
THE SUNDAY BULLETIN
Vol.. X. No. 2077.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, PltlDAY. EEBltUAllY 21 1002
Pkici: 5 Cents.
To Be Next Governor of
the Territory of
DETAILS OF CONFERENCE
AT CAPITOL YESTERDAY
Dole Said He Would Resign If
Natives Could be Swung ground
To Support of
The talk In Homo Uulo political cir
cles today Is .confined almost solely
to a conferenco that was held between
Governor Dole, Secretary Cooper and
n lady who has been IdcntlOed with
tlio native party since Its Inception
nometlmo yesterday afternoon. The
result of this conferenco and tho
work which tho lady is now carrying
on, have stirred tho Uomo Itulo polit
ical pot to tho very bottom and bub
bles of lll-conccalcd wrath aro popping
to tho surface with a regularity that
augurs 111. . A. ,
It haB been a well-known fact that
the lady In question has ever been
n friend to Secretary Cooper and that
she has looked upon him as tho next
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii
notwithstanding the almost unanimous
volco of tho Homo Rulo party against
nny action on her part along such
lines. In this pushing forward of
Cooper sho has been consistent, as
will be seen by a reference to what
took placo at tho conference yesterday
A member of the Home rtulo party
Is sponsor for the story that
sho met Governor Dolo and Secre
tary Cooper and the threo held very
earnest converse, tho principal parts
or which were overheard shortly after
tho conferenco. Tho subject of their
talk was the Govcrnorshl)) matter and
the lady In quoBtlon proposed that, In
the event of any change, Mr. Cooper
bo put forward as a successor.
Thereupon tho lady said Governor
Dolo expressed his willingness to re
sign In favor of Cooper If tho latter
could be assured of the support of the
native party, and that thero would bo
no opposition whatever to his candi
dacy. Ho said ho was getting old nnd
Cooper was his legltlmato successor.
Tho lady, on hearing this statement
from tho Governor, said she could very
probably arrnngo between Senator
Kalauokatanl and the other party lead'
era to support Cooper. Sho has been
faithful to this half-promise, nnd it Is
known that at tho meeting or tho ex
ecutive committco of tho Homo Uulo
paity last night and about on tho
streets today, sho has been doing her
best to put forward arguments In fa
vor of Cooper and bb against Hon.
Samuel Parker, whom sho considers
a dangerous opponent.
Sho advances as an argument that
Cooper would be fooviablo to any
proposition that tho na'lves mlgh
present. This coull not be epecto
from Mr. Parlor. Wh, Iho lady has
r.nt sttompto.l to my
Tho lady ha given Homo nuler'i lo
understand that tho Cooper proposi
tion was very seriously consider d at
the conferenco yesterday, unci fertner
that It was proposal sh should go
tn Washington to work for tho pre.'
cut Secretary, Sho replied that she
did not have tho fumlB. and Cooper
leplled that perhaps that could be
These aro tho baro outlines of what
took placo yesterday. It can bo easily
seen what tho drift of tho wholo
bthemo Is. Homo Rulers liavo been
unkind enough to say that thero aro
personal Interests as opposed to tho
Interests of the people behind tho
whole thing, and that tho lady realiz
ing tho hopelessness of tho possible,
candidacy of her husband for tho of
lico of Governor has mado her actlvo
in the work of paving tho way for
possible good things In the future.
A Homo Utile leader said today:
"Tho lady In question Is trying to
cut the throats of tho Homo Ilulo par
ly by attempting to forco on us some
thing she knows wo will not accept.
You want a goorl
After somo thinking
we decided that what
Is needed In Honolulu
Is a strictly up tonow
and wo havo gono
ahead with tho idea.
fitting up the handsomest place
In this city.
We prosent to tho pub
lic tho facilities, ability
and experience neces
sary to do tho highest
grade of work
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sti. Entrance on Union.
Wo won't have it for a minute nnd
wo mean to turn down tho whole prop,
osltlon with a dull, sickening thud. Wo
havo not come out for any person yet.
bnt wo certainly do not want Cooper.
There Is nothing whatever personal in
all this. Wo simply believe that Mr.
Cooper has been too closely Identified
with tho Dolo rcglmo and that, In tho
event of his being appointed Govern
or, wo will got very much tho samo
deal. I do not blame Mr. Cooper for
making a try. Certainly no ono can
attain any end unless ho makes somo
Ono point more with refcrenco to
the conferenco yesterday. Tho lady
made tho statement thero that Hart'
well was knifing Dole ami Cooper In
Vnshtngton In favor of his son-in-law,
Jtidgo Alfred W. Carter, for tho Gov
ernorshlp. Tho two officials were
much surprised and stated that they
did not expect this from a man whom
they had looked upon ns their friend
nnd supporter. They thereupon prais
ed Dclegato Wilcox for blocking any
gamo of tho sort by asking the Presi
dent to defer action on tho Governor
ship matter until ho should be ablo ta
bo up and about again.
SON OF ONE OF BEST
Of Europe is Here On Bark Peter
Iredale-Is Satisfied With
His Life At
Among the apprentices on tho
Ilrltlsh bark Peter lrcdalo Is a young
man, Valmcmar Fausbocll, who Is a
son of ono of tho best-known philolo
gists of Europe. HIb father, Professor
M. V. Fausbocll, nas for a number of
years been recognized ns one of tho
most piomlnent Orientalists of Europe.
Somo time ago the Copenhagen pa
per, "Danncbrog," had a long nrttclu
about him occasioned by tho profes
sor's eightieth birthday. Translated
excerpts follow; "Fausbocll already
In the year 1843 won the university's
gold medal for a thesis on tho syntax
of the Sanscrit language. Aided by
this language ho secured knowledge of
tho Pall, the holy language of Hudd
hlsm. The university of Copenhagen
has In its possession a largo number
of manuscripts In this languago which
wcro brought thero by tho famous
Danish philologist, Rasmus Rash, and
tbeso manuscripts FauJbocll translat
ed and thus gave to tho world, win
ning for himself a narao as one of the
very foremost students of this lan
guage. "Ho also published sovcral works
on Danish dialects and finally got tho
chair as professor of Indo-Orlcntal
philology at tho University of Copon
lingen, which post he still holds.
"He has been highly honored by a
great number of foreign universities
nn.l (in. liniiftMrtf ilnorrna frr.m mnnv
'nf tl...n, Arinv .Tin InaHlntlnno ti-lil.f
U. lllV.lt. ..!1IW1!C IUU IMDlllUhlUl.a I, 1....
havo honored him Is tlio ramous Asiat
ic Society of London. Ho has also
received many flattering nnd advan
tageous offers from foreign universi
ties, but he preferred to consecrate
his services to his own country."
Young Fausboell has not Inherited
his distinguished father's literary
tastes, but from an early ago wanted
to follow tho sen. In 1900 bo loft
school and was attached tn tho train
ing ship Gcorg Stago of the Danish
nnvy. After a crulso in Norwegian
and Swedish waters In this vessel he
St n tasto for deep-sea travel and
after a stay at his homo In Copenha
gen ho went to England, whore ho
jclncd the Peter Irednlo at Cardiff.
On tho voyago on this vessel ho visit-,
eel Capetown and Newcastla and Is
now glad to be In Honolulu, whoro ho
hns Kovoral friends whom ho know In
Fausbocll Is very satisfied with his
llfn nt sea and intends to go In for a
study of navigation when ho returns
to Europe, that ho may soon be as sue
ccFFf'il on ITio sea as his father has
been In his lino. Others of his family
have tho samo tasto for travel as Val
demnr has, a sister of his having liv
ed In Giccnland for soveral years, so
Iho words of tfio hymn, "From Green
land's Icy Mountains to India's Sunyn
Hirnniia, can no appneu aimnsi-literally
to tho Fausboell family.
Tho annual meeting of the Pacific
Sugar Mill Company was held In the
olllco ot Schncfcr & Co. this morning.
General business was done nnd tho fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year
elected; F. A. Schacfer, president; E.
A. Mott-Smlth, vlco president; II.
Focke, treasurer; W. Lanr, secretary,
and Chas. I Instate Jr., auditor. Tho
board of directors will consist ot the
officers named above and In addition.
E. oWodhouse, W, Pfotenhauer and
J. F. Humberg.
TO WELCOME CANAVARRO.
The Portuguese Consul, Senhor A do
Souza Canavarro, will arrlvo hero In
the Alameda. He has been absent from
his post for nearly six months and,
during that time, he has been back In
his home In Portugal seeing his nu
merous friends nnd returns much Im
proved In health.
The Portuguese colony wll bo very
much pleased to receive htm again and
-will tender him a grand reception at
tho St. Anlonlo hall on Vineyard street
next Saturday evening, tho 28th Inst.
I IM ttl
With Two Juries Sitting
But Eleven Men
JUDGE ROBINSON KEPT
WAITING FOR JURYMEN
Three Circuit Judges Agree in De
claring Washington's Birth
day a Court Holiday
Trials in Progress.
Judge Robinson this morning Issued
a special venire facias to tho High
Sheriff for eight trial Jurors. Thero
arc but 35 Jurors now on the panel, 13
having been excused since tho begin
ning of the term. When two of the
Circuit Judges each empanel a Jury,
thero are only eleven men left tho
third Judge for n Jury. The High
Sheriff Is apt to run up against somo
men who are summoned on the Federal
Jury for the special term to open on
Monday, when the remainder ot the
Pearl Harbor naval station condemna
tion suits will bo tried,
Kamakawlwoolo was placed on trial
before Judge Gear this morning under
indictment for larceny second degreo.
E. A. Douthitt for tho Territory; A.
G. M. Robertson for the defendant.
The prosecution rested nnd nt noon
recess a motion was pending that tho
Court direct a verdict for defendant.
The following Jurors aro trying tho
case- 12. K. Kaal, D. Naauo, William
Maliuka, V. It. Castle Ja A. Oart
Iry. I.. II. A. Hart, Harry II. Simp
son, ChaB. G. Spencer. Jns. Jaeger,
A. W. Judd, M. it. Houghtalllng. A
trunk nnd a lot of wearing npparel
aie exhibited ns mute evidence.
Judge Humphreys is still trying tho
ttnmagc case started with a Jury yes
terday. Thomas Morrlsscy vs. Joseph Itosa,
rcplovln for a horse or Its value of
$175, awaits the drawing of a Jury be
fore Judge Robinson. It Is nn appeal
from tho dismissal of the suit by
Second District Maglstrato Dickey.
Sovctal cases were continued or
tiansfcrred to other Judges Gy J ml go
Robinson this morning.
George Sea Is acting as bailiff for
Discontinuances have been filed In
tho case of Kimball Steamship Com
pany vs. Honolulu Market Company
and the appeal of llbeleo from decree
ol dUorco In Sam Moo vs. Chong
Qiiong. Sam Is the wire In tho latter
Circuit Judges Humphreys, Gear
and Robinson liao signed (lie follow
"Washington's Ulrthdny. Tomorrow,
February tho twenty-second, being
Washington's Birthday, will bo re
garded ns a holiday and Court will
not bo In session for the transaction
of general business. The First Judge
will, however, hear any divorce cases
specially set for that day, between the
hours of 10 a m. and 12 m."
Acordlng to the latest advices re
ceived by agent Ilccbo of tho Qlobo
Navigation Company, tho steamer Eu
reka was to havo left Scattlo on the
11th of this month, lu case tho steam
er left on that date sho can now bo
expected to turn up here at almost any
time. After discharging her cargo at
this port, the Eureka will go to Kahtt
lul where she will receivo a full cargo
of Alexander & Baldwin sugar,
Tho Globo Navigation Company Is
gradually gaining confidence In the
shipping community hero. As an ex
ample of this a letter from W, W, DI
mond & Co, ot this city to the Nahtan
Dohrman Co. concerning a shipment
of stoves, might be quoted. In this
letter tho creditable manner in which
this shipment was Handled by the
Olobe Navigation steamer Tamplco, is
mentioned, It is said that tho amount
of breakage waB smaller than has been
experienced by the Arm In any pre.
vlous shipment It Is especially noted
that, although the shipment was taken
through on a hill of lading at the own
er's risk, tho breakage was less than
one per cent.
It Is also stated In this lotter that by
looking at their data, the firm found
the delivery of this shipment from tho
factory had been made In sixty days
which Is the best time the firm has on
Sailors of the Phaeton will bo enter
tained In tho V. M. C. A. this evening
and It Is hoped a large gathering of as
sociation members nnd their friends
will l.c picsent. Tho first part 11: tho
I nigrum will (onslst of songs and reel
tatlons by local talent. Mrs. C. I).
Cooper will sing and other prominent
ladles will take part. Tho ie -ond part
wilt be given by tho men from Iho
ship. It Is certain tho evening will be
Weekly edition of the Dulletln $1
Tho African Central committee has
completed its arrangements for tho big
picnic and general good time to be giv
en on the grounds of the old brewery,
King street, In Kallhl, tomorrow after
noon and evening. From tho sale ot
tickets that has been going on tor
some time past, a large attendance It
confidently expected. It might be men
tioned that these tickets Include both
tho afternoon nnd evening doings as
well as the street car faro to and from
The festivities will begin at about 2
o'clock nnd will continue until mid
night. Roth tho Hawaiian and Cath
olic bands will bo present during tho
afternoon nnd will alternate In tho
playing of various selections. In tho
ovenlng, the music for the danclnA
will be furnished by an orchestra from
tho Hawaiian band.
DID NOT NY FARES
Two Rapid Transit car employes got
on a King street tramcar yesterday af
ternoon nnd when a little past the Ju
diciary building, one ot the men hand
ed n ten dollar gold piece to the driv
er suylng ho wished to pay two fares
The driver lcplled that be hadn't t tic
change and so tho fellow turned to his
companion to ask him tor change. The
latter handed him two five dollar gold
pieces and tho first man handed one
of tbeso to the driver. Again came tlio
answer of no change, so the Rapid
Transit Co, employe sat down by his
friend and the two rode along free of
charge. Arriving at the Catholic
cemetery the two men alighted and
walked back a short distance when
they wcro lost to tlcw.
It might be remarked that two peo
ple very seldom go aboard a car to
gether with only gold with which tn
pay their fares unless it Is with some
ulterior motive. It Is well known that
drivers are not supposed to carry any
thing but small change up to a dollar.
Sometimes a driver may be able to
change $5 but hardly over 110. Tho
two men on the car jestcrday ore ery
Marshal E. It. Hendry has summon
cd the following panel of Jurors tor
the special term of the United States
District Court to open on Monday
William Nalllma Jr.. llllo, Hawaii;
C. D. Hofgaard, Walmca, Kauai; II. Z.
Austin, F. J. Wllbclm, Honolulu;
Thomas Cummlngs, Walluku, Maul;
Fred. Meyer, Walanae, Oahu; Frnnk
C. Ilcttcrs, J. M. Dowsctt, S. G. Wil
der. Honolulu; Charles Furneniix, J. U.
Smith, II I lo; Albert Dames. Honolulu;
Wcntwnrth K. Andrews, llllo; James
Armstrong. Pearl City, Oahu; J. It.
Gaspar, llllo. David Dayton. S. Edward
Damon, II A. Parmclee, Honolulu; F.
II. McStocker, Olaa. Hawaii. Chas. F,
Crane. Honolulu. A. W. Richardson,
llllo. Frank II. Austin, Edwin M. .Mar
shall, William D. Adams, Honolulu.
The government dredger, which was
on tho marine railway for repairs, has
been put In order nnd her place has
been taken by the tug Hover from Hll6
and the steamer J. A. Cummins. Tho
latter vessel was ordered there by thn
board of surveyors to have tho damago
which she sustained In her recent accl
dent thoroughly repaired. The vessel
has been lying in the lmibor for some
time since tho damage was done and
In.-, only leaked cry lit' Id Indeed but
it wis thought safer by lha surveyors
to have her thoroughly Inspected rn
this had to be done, although the teas-
tor of the vessel considers IhU loss of
time ery unnecessary.
GOOD OIL PROPOSITION.
T. C. Howell representing the Pa
clflc Union Oil Co. left In the Muuna
I.oa today for a trip through the Ko
nas, Tho Pacific Union la b.ickcd by
representative men of California and
Hawaii and work on the construction
of wells will Boon be rapidly under
wuy. Mr. Howell has met with good
success In disposing ot slock which
represents reliable and honest devel
opment In a field that has given Its
millions to stockholders.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
A meeting of the Honolulu Iron
Works was held this morning. General
business was transacted and reports ot
the various officers read. Manager O
Hedcmann In hl report called atten
tion to the Interesting fact that this
year tho Iron Works can celebrate tho
fiftieth anniversary ot the foundation
ot the works. A summary ot the most
Important ovents of tho history of the
works was also given by Mr, Hedc
mann which summary will form part
of a catalogue to he printed shortly.
Magazines ound by the EVENIN
S,S. ALAMEDA, FEBRUARY 26
NEXT EXPRESS 8TEAMEU TO
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American Mes
ON Mil RIM
Good Progress Scheduled
For Birthday of
KAAHUMANU TUPILS IN
AN INTERESTING EXERCISE
Baseball Tomorrow Afternoon -
Church Memorial Service at Cen
tral Union on Sunday
Washington's Ulrthday was celebrat
ed this morning by the pupils of tho
iMialiunianu bchool. Tehro wcro twen
ty-live numbers on tho progrnm, con
sisting of patriotic songs and rccltn
t mis. Tho assembly hall was very
tcstefully decorated by Misses Claru
Giirney, Nellie Mcl.cnn and Daisy
I.lHhman. No Invltntlons were Issued
tn outsiders as the assembly hall Is
too small to accommodate many per
sons besides the pupils. The program
was as follows:
E'jng, "Mount Vernon Hells". .School
"Washington's Day" Irene Iloyd
George Washington ...Vera Herbert
"General Washington". Albert Decker
Washington and the Flag Room 2
iJrng. "Tho Three Llttlo Sisters"..
Wee MoIiIh Arc Patriots, Too'...
Paul Rovero's Ride" Room U
... . Catherine and l.anl Mnguon
Great Grandmama and I"
1 liclma Murphy
"Cherry Trees" Room I
Vhlch General? Room 5
Song. "Gently Rest". Rooms 11 and 12
"Tho Thirteen Colonies" ....Room 10
"How tho World Remembers' ...
Red, White and lllue" Room 7
"Young America" Room 12
"Something Rctter" Room 3
"Tlio Rattle Cry of Freedom" . . .
Washington's Namo Room 10
Hatchet Drill Room C
"The Colonies". ..Rooms II and 12
"Stnr Spangled thinner"
Rooms 11 and 12
Mlnwall Ponol" School
The following challcugo to n game
of baseball has been sent tho High
School team by the St. Louis Collego
St. Louis College, Feb. 20, 1302.
II. Williams, Captain High School
Dear Sir: We, tho members of tho
St. I.ouIb Collego baseball team do
heieby chnllengo tho High School team
to a friendly gamo tn bo played on thu
MaklM grounds at .1 o'clock, Saturday,
Should a return gamo be desired by
cither team, tlio losers of the game to
morrow nro to send In the challenge
The gamo will be played under the
1901 rules. Our llno-up will be as fol
lows: Jos. Cullln, c; II. P. O'Sulll
an. p.; A. Louis, lb.; lion. Smith, 2b.;
L. Drummond, 3b.; I). ICokl, ss.; 12.
Ayiiu, If.; G. Wond. cf.; A. WntBou,
rf.; A. Linn nnd E. Knpua, substitutes;
J. Grace and II. Chilton, coaches.
II. P. O'SULLIVAN,
Capt. S. L. C. II. II. T.
This chnllengo hns been accepted by
the High School hoys and tho follow
ing team has been arranged to play at
tlio tlmo and place mentioned: S. Ka
walaea, c; C. Desha, p.; D. Sherwood,
lb.; C. A. Elston. 2b.; II. Williams,
3b.; L. King, ss.; J. Crows, If.; O.
Thompson, cf.; G. McCorrlston, rf.;
W. Chllllngworth nnd O. Orlbble, sub
stitutes, Tho Rov. Win. Morris Klncald will
preach at tho morning sen Ice in Cen
tral Union Church Sunday on the sub
ject nf "Tho Reproach of Christ." At
7:30 o'clock In tho evening thero will
Lo patriotic services, The following
program has been arranged:
Organ prelude, "American Hymn"
Anthem, "To Thee O Country"
Scripture lesson President C. I),
Dyko Psa. 07
Chorus, "Hawaii"... E. P. A. Newcomb
Knmehamcha Girls' and Roys' School.
prayer, Tlio llov. Arthur Maxson
Response "Lend Kindly Light".. Dyko
Offertory solo, "Tho Holy City"..
Mrs, Annls Moutaguo Turner.
Hymn. "Tho Ilattlo Hymn of tho Re
public" Julia Ward Howo
Address, "Lessons From tho Llfo of
The Hon. Snnford R. Dole,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
Address, "American Citizenship"...
The Hon. Morris M Estco,
Jtidgo of tho U. 8. Circuit Court.
Organ postludo, Patriotic Melodies
In tho Police Court this forenoon,
Ren Ilnahco and Mrs. Houghtnlllng
wcro both found guilty of adultery
uftor n long trial. Tho latter was '
somewhat confused on tho stand when I
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth nsked
her some Bharp questions. Haahcoi
wus fined $30 nnd costs and thu wom
an $20 and cobIs.
A BOATINd I1
Wade Armstrong was the host of n
boating party of forty-five that mado
things very pleasant In the harbor last
night. The young peoplo met nt tho
boat landing nnd took their places in a
large whale boat which was towed out
into the bay by a launch. After n
short ride, the launch took the party
alongside the It. II. M. S. Phaeton and
the young peoplo serenaded the ship.
Having finished with their songs, tho
Phaeton men returned the compliment I
singing negro melodies and rag-time In
a way that would havo made oven Ho-1
Ran envious. As the launch wns about
to haul away, the Phaeton men and
the members of the boating party Join,
ed In the singing of "Rule IJrltniinla."
Later on the party went to tho Henlanl
boat house to end the evening In the
pleasure of dancing.
ntank honks nf nil rtnnrrfntlnn Ha.
signed and mado at tho EVENING
BULLETIN'S Job Offlco.
ABOARD THE MARQHERITA,
AN AUSTRIAN STEAMER
How Oicers Managed to Make Them
selves Understood When a
Storm Was Raging
Tho Austrian steamer Marghciltn.
which Is at prosent lying at tho rail
mad wharf taking on 4U0 tons of coal,
expects tn leave for Manila, vh Naga
saki and China ports, this evening.
The Mnrgherlta has a e..w of na
tionalities nrlod enough lo do credit
tn nn ethnological muse.rn. In her
forecastle Americans. G rmnn,i,
Frenchmen. Scandlnalniis. It.illann.
hpanlaids. Austrlaus nnd uu Arab can
discuss International quelicnr with
pieat ease. Some of the men under
stand English nnd some do not The
officers are unite cxpcrli need Hiv
KulstB. however, nnd are able to cupo
with tho difficulties offered by this
During tho storinh which tho vessel
passed through the sceno was nut un
like that presented at the tower nf
J'ahel. Tho officers yelled the samo
order In numerous languages to bo
suro they wcro understood, and while
the water splashed over the decks
Runnertt otter, Caramba, "Diablo.
Fandengale." "Allah II Allah" and
tlie straight Anglo-Saxon "il ."
were commingled with the sounds of
tho rushing waters und cranking tim
bers of the deekload. The officers aro
veiy much satisfied with the crew, and
ns they nro good lenmen, a small dlf
lerenco In expression Is not reckoned
ns a di aw back worthy of much note.
VESSELS STILL IN SIGHT.
The vessels which left this harbor
yesterday afternoon did not have very
much luck with the wind outside. They
wcro the schooner Helcne, tho German
ship Marin Hackfcld and the bark Car
rollton. Of these, only the Helcne had
gotten out of sight this morning. At
7 o'clock this morning the Hackfcld
could bo seen off Koko Head. How
ever, she struck better wind shortly
afterwards and soon disappeared from
vlow. The Carrollton was then oft
Harbor's Point this morning.
The Murphy Tempcrnnco Club has
now opened nn employment offlco nnd
Is ready to furnish good reliable and
sober workmen such as engineers, car
neuters, milliters, blacksmiths, sail
makers, shoemakers and all other
trades. Emnloyers aro earnestly re
quested to help tho temperance cause
by applying at tho Murphy hall for
Un to date tho club has two hun
dred pledge signers on Kb roll and Is
Increasing every day.
The Dulletln, 75 cents per month.
Mr.it girls aro hard on 8 noes,
. t'pe. .ally so whllo at school.
. good, bono i made
fnoes can stand tuch stt'vlcc
ery long. At
wo offer you a pair of Hamilton-Drown Security Laco Shoes.
know they will bo most satisfactory und make you a permanent cus
tomer ot ours, t
I05T PORT ST.
Ten Thousand Dollars to
Equip Mill and Pay
LOAN TAKES PRECEDENCE
OF ALL OTHER DEBTS
Judge Humphreys Gives Legal Effect
To Arrangement for Saving Kona
Judge Humphreys slcned nn nt,ir
thlB morning authorizing F v. Wun
denberg, receiver of the Kona Sugar
Company, to borrow ton thousand dol
Inrs. At the hearing of motion to
Bhow cnuso on behalf of tho receiver,
there were present: J. A. Maguon and'
T. I Dillon, for the receiver. Henry
iiuiiiii-n mr nisnup : wo.. i,ocn iirown
for the First American Savings and
Trust Comnnny. Hatch & Sllllmnn tnr
tho Konn Sugnr Company, Kinney. Rat
ion .Meuiannnan, mr y, y. lilerce,
Ltd.. and L. M. Whltehouse. and F.
w. nanhey ror M. W. MeChcsuev
There wns no opposition and It an.
penrcd to tho Coilrt that the granting
of the motion wns necessary to the
preservation or tlio estato and proper
ty of tho Kona Sugar Company and
tho cnrrylng on of its plantation. It
wns IJicreforo ordered that the receiv
er bo allowed to borrow lift duo at In
terest not exceeding S per tent per an
Further, the receiver "is authorized
to mako tho loan thus contracted u
first Hen upon nil of tho property, as
sets, crops, sugar to be munufnctuied
therefrom nnd proceeds thereof, nnd
franchises of said corporation, and a
preferred claim over and aboo all In
debtedness of said Kona Sugar Com
pany, Limited. Including tho nrst
mortgage bonds of the Kona Sugar
Company, Limited, and all other pre
ferred claims of said Kona Sugar
Company, Limited, nnd snld receiver
Is further authorized and empowered
to Issuo receiver's certificates as evl.
ilcnccs of such Indebtedness to thn
party or parties making snld loan, and
to Insert in said receiver's certificates
nnd as a part thereof, a provision mak
ing snld certificates and tho pnyment
thereof a first lien upon the property,
nssets, crops," etc.
Tho expenditure of tho borrow $10
000 Is limited to tho following pur
poses, viz.: tho purchase of Biich pip
ing, fittings and machinery as may bo
jounil necessary lo equip tho com
pany's mill, so as to tako oft tho crop
now ripe, not to exceed $1000; thn
balnuco of the loan "to bo expended
for tho payment of skilled and un
skilled labor, now employed at said
plantation, such payment to be mado
either In money or In supplies, or part
money and part supplies, as the snld
receiver shall ne'e fit, such payment to
be only for services rendered nnd to
bo rendered nfter tho date of the ap
pointment of tho receiver; except ns
snld receiver shall find It necessary
to mako part payment to said labor
ers for services already performed In
order tn retain said labor upon said
plantation and In Its employ.
All this will bo good news for the
laborers on thu plantation and the
storekeepers of tbo locnllty. Tho lat
ter havo been refusing to accept thu
plantation drafts from the laborers.
Cecil Drown is moving for a com
mission to E. T. Nlcollo of Jersey,
England, to tako tho testimony ot Jno.
Stownit In tho matter of tho estate ot
thu lato James J. Stewart.
W. O. Smith, guardian of Annlo
Hall, minor, received $110D.CO and
paid out $1772.12, making a balance
duo tho guard faTT on December 31.
1901, of $302.52. There was $737.60
paid for filling In land nt Aala.
The trespass suit of Euoka I'ontin,
minor, ngalnst E. Lllllehua has been
W. O. Irwin has Instituted tho nec
essary proceedings to establish his