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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MARCH 31. 1902
IMhck 5 Oknts.
HOME RULERS BELIEVE
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Demurrer Confessed and
Plaintiff Allowed to
MANY CASES COilTINUED
BY JUDGES TD1S MORNING
Defendants to Mrs. McCully Hlggins'
Dismissed Complaint are Moving
for Costs of the
The following cases wero continue J
this morning: D. P. Dillingham vs.
Wahlawa Sugar Corapnny, for one
week; B. F. Dillingham vs. Hanakau
Aal Holt, for ono week; A. 8. Cleg'
horn vs. W. II. Castle, to April 7; Car
los Long vs. E. C. Macfarlanc and oth
era, to May 5: Accounts of George II.
Carter, guardian of II. A. P. Carter
and Grace Carter, minors, to May 5.
The annual account of Helen A.
Holt, administratrix of James n. Holt,
deceased, was referred to P. D. Kel
lott Jr as master.
James Kuplhea has answered hi
wife's divorce complaint by pleading
the general Issue.
Kaulmakaolo Lazarus has petitioned
that Dan'H. Case ho appointed guar
dian of her minor grandchildren, Mad
eline H. K. and Etcazar Lazarus, In
place of J. O. Carter, resigned.
The Rapid Transit Company's In
junction suit entitled, "Sun Kwong
Mau Company vs. Walklki Land and
Loan Association, Honolulu Itnplcl
Transit and Land Company and Ja.
McKee," was before Judge Itoblnson
this morning. Messrs. Hreckons anJ
Dunne for Dlalntlffs confessed the de
murrer and asked leave to amend by
inserting the names of the members
of the plalntlrt partnership". This f
quest was opposed by the defendants,
but granteu uy juagc itouinson, miu
nrdeiKl a bond In 15000 with the plain
tiff partners as principals to be filed
together with an amended bill within
Ave da) s.
Robertson & Wilder for defendants
In the suit of Mrs. McCuTly Hlggins
against Queen's Hospital and Walklki
Iand and Loan Association have filed
a motion for coBts In the dismissal of
Judge Humphreys has appointed
Frank L. Hoogs as administrator of
the estate of Thomas E. Krouse under
ADYERI& CALLED DOWN
BY CHRISTIAN WORKERS
Evangelist Geil Entertained by Pastor
of Central Union Church High
Reputation as Christian
Editor Evening Ilulletln: Will you
kindly Insert the following In your pa
per and thus do a favor to the official
workers of Central Union Church.
In the Advertiser of this morning
there appears a most malicious and
utitalr editorial assailing the reputa
tion of Mr. Edgar dell, the evangelist
who visited Honolulu on hlB wnj
around the world last spring.
Mr. Gell did not come to Honolulu
either unannounced or without the
best of recommendations. Several
months before Mr. Gell roachod Hon
lulu the pastor of Central Union
Church received personal letters from
such leading divines as the Ilev. Dr. O.
P. Gilford, pastor of the Delaware Av
nue Daptlst Church of Buffalo, N. V,
perhaps the leading minister of the
Baptist denomination; and from oth
ers of equally high standing, bearing
the hlgheBt testimony to Mr. Dell both
as a man and a Christian worker. With
such testimonies and with recommen
dations from such prominent Christian
la men as ex-Postmaster General
James of New York city, both the
home of the pastor and the pulpit ol
Central Union Church were thrown
open to Mr. Gell.
In Mr. Gells absence, when ho Is un
able to defend himself, such an attack
on his reputation Is, to say the least,
cowardly and undeserving the slight
est credenco of the Christian clement
of the community.
Mr. Gell was not entertained by the
"old families" of Honolulu, except it
may be a dinner. The pleasure of en
IS AN ELIGIBLE VOTER
There Is no Intention on the part of Insist that those people who -have been
the Homo Kulcrs and the Democrats In the Fourth District for three months
to Ho down and do nothing In regard and are American citizens, be allowed
to the matter of the eligibility or oth- to vote. This will naturally be a Just
erwlen of Aueust Drclcr. their candl- contention and will, In the event of Mr.
date which has been called Into ones- Drelcr being allowed to vote, make n
tlon by tho nepubllcan party and great difference In the total of the lie
which before Hie election takes nlaco publican vote since a great many Am
on April 9 will very probably have crlcans from the Mainland have taken
been brought Into the courts of tho up their residence there since the last
Territory. They are going on the as-, general election.
sumption that Mr. Drclcr Is eligible. Dreler Was a Hawaiian
Prince Jonah KalanUnaole, the' The point raised against August
recognized leader of the )ounger ele-j Drcler's qualification aB a candidate for
ment of tho Home Ilule Ilcpubllcan1 Representative In tho Fourth District
party, was seen at Ills office this morn-, has led to the discovery that his natu
Ing, and In answer to question put to rallzatlon ns an American citizen had
him, he said: I been unnecessary. As a citizen of tho
Fight Will De Made. Hawaiian Islands at annexation he
"Fight? Well I guess wo will. The1 trhMformed Into 8 citizen of the
Republicans haven't got a cinch as 1 tnlled States by he Organic Act. Ills
can see. We mean to fight the whole. "a"nl ?n naturalization papers o date
thin nn ih .Mbn whloh th rtulietln more than ten years ago are as follows:
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TRIAL JURORS DRAWN
BEFORE JUDGE ESTEE
Articles Ordered to Be Burned By
Marshal Hendry--Two Bankruptcy
Matters in the-Federal
published Sunday morning whereby a
man to voto at the special election
about to take place, must have been n
registered voter at the last general
election. We believe that that section
Is unconstitutional. There are a great
many questions that come In here In
Hawaii which would not bo brought up
In any State or Territory on the Main
land. It must be remembered that we
wero annexed. I believe firmly that
Mr. Drelcr Is Just as eligible to vote
as any other recognized American of
sufficient residence In Hawaii."
Drelcr Is All RlgM.
Carlos Long, who has been Identified
with the Home Rule party since ho re
turned homo from college several
Government of the Hawaiian Islands.
The undersigned a native of Gronau,
Hanover. Germany, lately residing in
Elcelc, Island of Kauai, being duly
sworn upon the Holy Evangelist, upon
his oath declares that he will support
the Constitution and Laws of the Ha
waiian Islands, and bear true allegi
ance to Her Majesty Lllluokalanl,
Subscribed and sworn to this 91b
day of January, A. D. 1S92, before me.
Circuit Judge IVth J. C.
The Hawaiian Kingdom.
Record of Naturalization.
months ago, states also that he believes
tertalnlng Mr. Qell belongs solely to Mr. Dreler Is all right and that he will n (he Department of the Interior. In
the pastor or Central union uruircn.
Mr. Gell hns been eminently success
ful since leaving Honolulu In every
place where he has held meetings.
The official workers of Central Un
ion Church are glad to see tho high
moral ground taken by tho Advertiser
In reference to evangelistic work.
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tho flag was raised here, and In ray the Hawaiian Legislature In relation
mind, he has as much of a right to be-1 thereto, and It appearing by his salrt
come a candidate as any well qualified ' application and by other satisfactory
American citizen of the Territory. OI 'proofs that he has resided within the
the technicalities, I do not wish to Kingdom for two years next preceding
Everv member of tho Fourth District
Committee of tho Republican .party Is
urged to keep in mind that, beginning
with this evening, there will he night
Iv meetings of that body in Rcpubll
can headquarters, Elite building, the
l.our of meeting being set for 7.30
o'clock. ThlB action came about by
means of the decision on tho part of
thp Fourth District and Central Com'
mittees, meeting In Joint session Sat
urdav afternoon last, that the Repub
Means must mako a vigorous fight evi'i
If It is nroved conclusively that Au
gust Dreler, tho candidate of tho Home
Rule and Democratic parties, cannot
be a candidate
ence to other matters pertaining to
the clt)'s good. Wo would simply .idd
that Central Union Church haB never
thrown Its pulpit open to adventurers
and the Implication that It has done
so In this case Is a slur upon the good
name of the church.
The pastor alone was responsible
for Inviting Mr. Ocll totpeak In the
church, and he did so only on the best
THE OFFICIAL WORKERS OF
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
March 31, 1902.
loom up on April 9. He also believes the matter of the naturalization of Alt
that the section relating to the quail- guat Dreler.
ftcatlon of voters Is unconstitutional j h- it remembered that on this 23rd
and that It will bo so decided. "I day of December, 1891, August Drelcr,
think that a man such as Mr. Drelcr, 'an alien, and late a subject or citizen of
who was made a citizen of Haw-all a Gronau, Hanover, Germany, applied In
long time ngo, comes In under the writing to the Minister of the Interior
same neau as. an native uuwuiiong nun i0 , admitted a citizen or the nana
Trial Jurors for the April term of the
United States District Court were
drawn by Clerk W. II. Mating before
Judge Estec this morning, the panel
being returnable on April 21 at 10 a.
in ns follows-
C, F. Douglas. Hilo; L. Ahrams, Ho
nolulu, Win, W Bruner, Kealakehua,
Hawaii, II. A. Baldwin, Hamakuapoko,
Maul; George It. Robertson, Honolu
lu, W A. Baldwin. Makawell, Kauai;
W. M Oraham, J. Emtncluth, Honolu
lu, J. L. Cocrpcr. Knllua, Hawaii, J.
M (louvcln Jr.. IIIlo; J. C Cluney, Ho
nolulu; Geo. K. Ew-allko, John T. Ba
ker, IIIlo; S. Ehrllch, Geo. Campbell,
L. L. McCandlcss, E. S, Cunha, James
W Chapman, Honolulu; Felix Brug
helll. Hllo; Wm. H. Rice Sr.. Llhue.
Kauai; Geo. II. Allen, C. It. Clark, C.
M. White, II. N. Moisman, Honolulu.
Judge EBteo made an order of sale
to J. P. Cooke, trustee In bankruptcy
of James II. Painter, Tho trustee in
his petition for the order showed the
entire property to be as follows: An In
terest In building formerly occupied bjr
J. II. Painter In Walluku, Maul, as a
blacksmith shop; stock of material, on
hand situated In said building; IS years
lease at $160 per year of said property:
outstanding account of bankrupt
against Walluku Meat Co. for 122.
Leong Sat Yce was discharged from
Marshal Hendry was ordered to take
a witness with him and burn the arti
cles from Japan condemned as unlaw
speak at the present time.'
Thero will be a meeting of the Home
Rule party this afternoon or tonight
said application, and that he Intends to
become a permanent resident of this
Kingdom, and that he Is not a pauper
WILL NOT ALLOW TURK
AND LEWIS ABOARD
Excitement in Front of Shipping
Office on Queen Street Police
man Called Why Kinross
At the Joint meeting of tho two
committees hold Saturday afternoon,
the chair chose tho following commit
tees to take charge of tho work of the
campaign, the chairman himself being
the evoftlclo head of each committer:
Finance Commltteo J. D. McVeigh,
l.orrln Andrews, Henry Waterhome,
C. L. Crabbe, Samuel Johnson, Dr.
Burgess and J. II. Fisher.
Canvassing Committee J. D. Mc
Veigh. Charles Wilcox. E. A. Mott
Smith. W. C. King, J. Keohokll, L. II.
Wolff and J. II. Fisher.
Campaign and Meetings Committee
C. B. Wilson, Andrew Brown, John
M. Kea and Wm. H. Coney.
Treasurer Andrew Brown.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
THAT you should havo your
THAT In doing bo you should
go only to a find-dans photog
rapher. THAT whllo there may bo oth
ers, wo will give you an ar
tistic picture, ono that your
f i lends will lecognlzo and one
that will not fade, as wo use
only the finest platinum paper.
We havo every facility for do
ing tho best work. Como and
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
Excitement prevailed on Queen
street In front of the shipping office ot
Turk & Lewis shortly before 1 o'clock
Captain Atkinson and second mate
McAllister of the schooner Frank W.
Howe, Turk & Lewis and Police Offi
cer Joy w ere the actors. The audlenco
was too numerous to mention.
Captain Atkinson, approaching tho
shipping office along Queen street,
sighted his second mate who Is a wit
ness In a libel case against the schoon
er Howe, now going on.
"Have you been In there?" asked tho
captain, addressing the second mato
and pointing toward the shipping office.
McAllister answered In the negative.
The captain evidently doubted the sec
ond mate's word and referred to, his
evidently having Just emerged from tho
The captain and second mate had
words, warm and miscellaneous words
Officer Joy came along and said: "Movo
The captain thereupon asked the offi
cer why he did not tell McAllister to
move on. There were more words, the
captain claiming a right to stand on
Then Captain Atkinson approached
Lewis & Turk.
"Don't you ever set foot on my ves
sel again!" said the captain.
"We don't know )Ou! Who are you?'
said Lew & Turk.
"Never mind, you stay away from
my ship!" said tho cartaln.
"Offlcer!" cried Lewis & Turk.
Officer Joy approached.
"Remove this man, he's obstructing
the sidewalk!" said Lewis & Turk.
"Movo on!" ordered the officer.
Captain Atkinson then went to tho
ship chandler's next door and express
ed his feelings,
"These men have been aboard my
ship In my nbsenco and havo tiled to
steal my crew," ho said. "They wont
aboard to seo who would testify
against me In court, nnd becauso I go
to them and forbid them going aboard
my vessel, they call for the police and
at which time the whole matter of the nor u refugee from the Justice of some
alleged Ineligibility of Mr. Dreler win other r-untry-and his sa Id aonllcatlon
be threshed ou and some conclusion j having been approved by the Minister
reached. I of the Interior, and the said August
Cooper Communicated With. Dreler having on the 9th da) of Jnnu
In the meantime, a communication nry, A. D. 1892 taken nnd subscribed
will be sent to Acting Governor Cooper . the Oath of Allegiance required by law
for an opinion, tilts on account of a before Jacob Hardy. Cirt. Judge 4th
publication which appeared In the' Jud. dr.. therefore I do declare him to
Bulletin Sunday morning. Mr. Cooper be n citizen of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
will be asked to state whether or no
the name of Mr. Dreler will appear on
the ballots to be placed before the
voters of the Fourth Distinct on April I Secretary and Acting Governor
9. If not. It will he requested that Mr. j Henry E. Cooper, who kindly gave tho
Cooper state his reasons for deciding reporter access to the naturalization
against Mr. Drelcr. records In the Hawaiian archives, said
Of course, Mr. Cooper will refer the early this morning that he had come to
matter to tho Attorney General for an no conclusion regarding Mr. Dreler'i
opinion and If this Is against Mr.' qualification.
Drelcr and It so stated to the Home, "Tho matter will have
Rule party, mandamus proceedings, gated," said Mr. Cooper "An opinion
will at once be Instituted by that party j will bo requested of the Attorney Gen'
In the Circuit Court. If the matter Is eral. There are different points In'
decided adversely to Mr. Drelcr there, j v oh ed. Besides the question of regis
me matter will ue carrieu to me au-i uuuuu, mere is mai ui siiusuiuuon.
prerae Court, I E. B, McClanahan, chairman of the
It will he seen by this that the Homo1 Democratic Cpmmlttee, when Inter
nulcts mean to fight tho matter right jjlewed on hla opinion regarding tho
through to the. end nnd they are now",turI,lan of tho Democratic party
marshalling their forces to vote for JM -
Dreler In any event. They have the ,. , t 0(,td take any steps
greatest confidence In the world thatjt0 try ,0 upl)oI(, , nomnaton on ully
they will succeed In electing Mr. Dreler technicality. He himself would not do
notwithstanding tho appearance or anything In the matter, as he had not
things against them at the present; been In favor of the nomination, and
now, after tho recent developments, ho
considered tho Incident pan vo far as
he was concerned.
Mr Kinney stated to a friend on the
street this morning that fio believed
tho Homo Rulers and Democrats
would win out.
it Is stated on good information
The Republicans are going ahead on
the ground that thero Is another candi
date In the field than Mr. Harris and
they feel confident that the Home Rul
ers and Democrats haven't a leg to
There Is one thing certain. If It Is'that the firm of Klnnty. llallou & Mc
decided that Mr. Dreler can run as a Clanahan will bo retained to take up
candidate, the Republicans will at onca the fight of Mr. Dreler In the courtB.
ask to have mo removed. I certainly
came to this port In distress, or rather,
I came Into distress."
"Yes!" said Captain Murray of tho
British ship Kinross, "that's why I
have kept my vessel outside of tke har
bor, Instead of coming In to make re
pairs I would not give the land
sharks a chance to give mc any trou
ble. I know them!"
Turk & Lewis, when asked for their
version of the Incident, had nothing to
"What Incident?" they asked.
Ill ABOARD 1
MEM UST Nil
Last night was In all probability a
merry ono with a number of soldier
nn tho way to Manila aboard tho trans
port Meade, for several of tbo boys In
1)1 uo had made careful arrangements
lor a little celebration as soon as tho
big vessel should get to sea.
During their short stay In Honolulu
they became very .ntich faaclnatrit
with everything except the rtluy
weather, and determined to take away
a few things In the way of Hawaiian
delicacies that they might hold a feast
un the first night out of Honolulu, in
honor of tho Paradlso of tho Pacific,
An hour or two beforo the departure
of tho vessel jestcrday afternoon, sev
eral small palls of one day-old pol,
some roast pig purchased from Chi
nese utores nn King street, n few fish
from the market, an assortment of del
icate sea-weeds, dried fish, kukul nuts
and other things wero taken aboard
and stowed away. Some aw a root was
also secured, to say nothing of a sam'
Die or two of swipes.
If the Intentions of the marketers
una r-nrrlfxl nut fhpfln thlnCH wnra
spread out on deck last 'night, while
the Meade was heading for Manila,
and a novel feast was enjoyed. Tho
boys who had tasted Hawaiian delica
cies while In Honolulu wero very anx
ious to demonstrate their accomplish
ments In tho way of getting up and de
vouring an impromptu luau.
How much pol tho gallant soldiers
spilled on their khaki uniforms, or
how many of them tackled rnw fish
and seaweed may nover be known un
less Volcano Marshall digs up tho
story when tho Meade reaches Manila.
The central committee of tho Boys'
Brigade will meet at 7-45 with Mr.
Richards at his residence, Klnau and
Kaplolanl streets, Tho athletic com
mittee will meet with them for consul
tation. Tho time of the meeting given
In another column, has been changed.
M. F. Scott Appointed
By Circuit Judge
W. 3. Edings.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
BOND IS REQUIRED
Optimistic and Pessimistic Opinions
of the Change in Affairs-Waiting
for S. M. Damon to Investigate.
Kona plantation company's affairs,
according to advices received this
morning, seem to be In better shape
than has been reported for a long time.
Upon application of the stockholders,
M. F. Scott was appointed temporary
receiver, with bonds fixed nt 150.000, on
Friday. March 2. by Judge Edings.
Tho plantation mill Is ready for
work and steam was up on Tuesday,
March 25, the machinery working per
fectly, arlndlng can he begun at once
and as soon as the Japanese permit
cutting ot the cane.
Work on the railroad Is being rapid
ly pushed and the entire plantation
system will be complete within eight
weeks. The condition ot the cane Is
reported to be magnificent.
S. M. Damon was at the plantation
when (lie last njatl left and had been
there for several days, He was care
fully examining every branch and fea
ture of the property, but declined to
express any opinion whatever as to the
prospects for his taking a larger
financial Interest In the concern, than
he now has as a bondhojder, until after
his return to Honolulu. He Is expected
WILL BE MADE PUBLIC ON
ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES
The Commission Nowdjudicating
Claims and Will Close Oat the
Whole Business With
The Fire Claims Commission Is in
executive session, adjudicating claims.
President Fred. W. Mncfarlane said to
a reporter, Just beforo this iuornlng'4
session, that the three months' rcc"43
had not delayed the work of the Com
mission, as adjudications had been
that much ahead of registrations of
awards. Now the Commission would
go right ahead to the conclusion of Its
Mr, Mncfarlane was asked If tho
awards already made were to be kcut
confidential until all nt the claims
were adjudicated and registered. Ills
answer was In the negative Certifi
cates ot awards would be Issued nni
JiiBt ns fast as this was dono tho
awards might be published.
THE MAIL STEAMERS.
Tho Oceanic steamship Alameda will
bring the next mall from San Francis
co on Saturday, April S, unless tho
City of Peking, also due from the Coast
on tho name day. should mako port
Tho next regular mall to the Coast
will be taken by the China one week
from tomorrow. April 8. On the fol
lowing day, April 9, the Alameda will
return to San Francisco.
Children aro all Invited to call at
Honolulu I'lioto Supply Co. for a little
booklet showing pictures taken with
the "Brownlo' camera. The Brownie
No. 1 costs only one dollar and the
Brownie No. 2 costs 52.
Wells, Fargo & Go.
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
Next Sunday will be a red letter day
In the history of the Portuguese colo
n) and of the Catholic Church In tho
Hawaiian Islands. On that day a Ho
nolulu boy, brought up nnd cducnted
here, will for the first tlmo celebrate
as a minister of the gospel and holy
sacrifice of mass.
Saturday morning at 7:30, brother
Stephen AlIencaBtro will bo ordained
a priest by his Lordship the Bishop of
ranopolls. There will bo no special
services except those prescribed by
the ritual of tho church. On Sunday
morning the .brother will bo Father
Stephen anil ho will officiate at a sol
emn high mass Ho will hu assisted
by the other priests of the Mission
and also by his Lordship. Tho Mis
sion hand will ho In nttendanco.
The future priest Ih a son of the
land Ho received lijs education nt
the St Louis College and later Bpnt
tlireo jears in Franco. His family
lives in Honolulu, his father an I
brothers being the proprietors of tbo
Enterprise Soda Water Works,
There Is to bo n band concort at tho
lluwallan Hotul tomonow evening.
Heretofore our storm rubber ads,
have had tho effect of causing tho
rain to tease on the samo day of publi
cation You might consider them a
If this ad falls In tho usual result,
wo ran at least bo of greater service
to the public b) selling tho very
best rubbers at SI.
This will Insure dry feet and great
lv lessen tho chances of a cold, there
by snvlng doctor's bills, etc.
Shoe Company, Ltd.