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prevail that advertised goods ',(
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cheaper they can be produc-
ed. Hon. ELIJA A. MORSE jS
Gaelic Apr. 15 X
Sierra Apr. 1G
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China Apr. S ;!
Aiameaft Apr. !
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AorangI April 12 VI
By use of BULLETIN "Wont Column"
Vol. X. No. 211G.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, TUESDAY. APRIL 8 1902
l'jtici: 5 Cents.
INDICATIONS POINT TO
" jw rtr :w w,,
HI ' .iB A Vf 11 H
Going to Visit American
President and King,
DAZZLING CHAIN OF
Taking a Present to Edward Seventh
Hi3 Been in South Africa, India,
China and Japan Will
A group of Honolulu men were
standing on the deck of the steamship
China jesterday afternoon, shortly af
ter her arrival from the Orient, when
they were approached by a short, stout
Ish gentleman wearing a largo yacht
ing cap, red shoes and a watch chain of
"Well. I'm going ashore now," ho
said, "Is there anybody hcio I have not
The gentleman was Mr. James O'Ha
gen and he was down on the passenger
list ns "Mr O'Hagen and valet."
"1 have been around the world sev
eral times." said Mr, O'Hagen to n
Bulletin reporter, "and 1 have seen
many countries. 1 must say, however,
although I have spent comparatively
little tlia In America, that I ndruiro
Amorlcans and American wajs more
than the people and the manncis of
any other country.
"I am a man of Independent fortuno
and I have made thousands and thou
sands of dollars out of America Per
haps that Is tho reason that I am so
fond of Americans and their country.
1 am a particular admirer of the Amer
ican pres. Ono can recgnlzo an Am
erican newspaper In any reading room
of the world, by tho way they serve up
the nes without any rcfeicnce to the
name of the paper or the place of Its
"1 have recenUy.bcen In South Afrl-i
en, looking after Interests there, my
own interests, les, enesc qbbouui
came from South Africa, not from the
Klmbtrli mines, however. Ob, no, 1
won't m- what mine there pretty little
brllllasts camo from. That would be
telling. l-ldcs I hear that ono of jour
Hawnilcn princes was recently In
South Afrlci. 1 don't want to give tho
snap awaj Your prince might go to
South Africa again and come away
with a bag full If ho knew where to go.
"Do England know where these
dlamonJs came from' Well, sho may
not kuow now, but, as soon ns this
little trouble with the noers is over
she Is likely to know.
"No I have not made all my money
out of -diamonds. I was left a largo
fortune But don't let ua talk of mon
ey, that Is such a vulgar matter. 1
didn't me-an to wear this diamond
chain today: I meant to put It away bc
foie the vessel docked. I would pre
fer that nothing wns published about
my diamonds, but do not Insist slnca
1 have already given some Information
on the tubject and have been careless
enough to wear this chain In public.
"1 am going to Washington from
San Francisco and expect to call on
Mr. Roosevelt, your Prcslde-i . Hut I
am not going on In the China. I will
wait over In Honolulu until the next
steamer from the Orient comes along
"I may say that I am on the way to
attend tie coronation In England nnJ
that I am conveying n picsent to King
Kdward which I think will meet with
bis hearty approval.
"You see I am a relative of Lord
O'llngta, late Lord Chancellor of Ire
land, k am highly connected.
"Mr Luke Ulshop, also a gentleman
of Independent fortune, ts traveling
v Ith rae.
"Who Is my valet? Oh, I never dis
cuss servants. You Americans are sn
dcrr.ocT.tli Too democratic In my
Wcy are always pleased
to show oui studio and
worft to calleia, and ex
tend a cordial invitation
at all times. We glial
ontcu out photos not to
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
MA1LE SAYS ACHI'S
ANSWER IS IMPERTINENT
Inventory of Estate of Thomas E.
Krouse Is Filed In Probate-Receipts
Are Given in Estate of
Charles S Dcsky by his attorneys,
Hatch & Sllllman, denies every allega
tion of John F. Colburn In his com
plaint on a promissory note. l)y affi
davit Dcsky also says Colburn Is not
the legal owner or holder of tho note.
C. D. Malle by his attorncjs, Ma
goon & Dillon, excepts to certain
statements In the answer of W. C.
Acht to his complaint for specific per
formance, on the ground that they con
tain Irrelevant and Impertinent mat
ter. Frau Mary Hoting receipts, before U.
S. Consul General at Frankfort-on-Main,
Germany, to John Kua, adminis
trator of the estate of. her late husband,
Julius Hoting, for $2097.83 as balance
due her. John Ena, as guardian ot
Carl Hoting, receipts to himself nt
Honolulu for $1048 91, being one-quarter
Interest of tho net proceeds from
J. Hottng's estate.
Frank L. Hoogs, administrator of
the estate of Thomas E. Krouse, de
censed, lias filed an Inventory. Of real
estate there are nine lots, cadh 50x100
feet, In KaplolanI Park addition, un
der a mortgage made In August, 1901,
for $800 for one year at 8 per cent In
terest for six months overdue. The Ar
lington Annex hotel was leased to de
ceased for five j cars beginning Septem
ber 1. 1901, by the Charles Brewer Es
tate, Ltd The personal property con
sists of the furniture In the hotel, the
list beginning with fifteen oak bedroom
sets and Including one Bechsteln piano.
opinion Oh, I see, ou thought lw
might have been with me In South Af
rica and that ho and I have been
thiough some startling adventures and
things of that Bort. Very nice of ou,
I'm sure, but I don't like to appear In
print as a hero, no matter what the
facts of the case may be and, as I said
before, I am not In the habit of dis
"Mr. Msliop and I have done China,
India and Japan very thoroughly. 1
think India Is one of the most fascinat
ing countries In tho world.
"India Is so ancient, don't joti know,
nml so full of mjsteiy and old legend
and ghost stories In my trunk I hve
many curious and valuable things
f loin India Ono of these curiosities Is
a magnificent Jewel from the ruins, of
an ancient temple. I paid five hundred
pounds for the gem I wilt show It to
ou some time If you tall on me at my
"I am a achtsnian and own n steam
aclit at home. I wish I had It out
here. This seems to bo the Paradise of
the Pacific, as tho guide hook calls the
"About my experiences In South Af
rica Not now. If you please. I will
tell jou some other time. This Is the
first time I have over been In Honolu
lu and I am going to forget all former
experiences and explore this city and
this Island thoroughly before I lc.no
for San Francisco.
"Ah, hero comes Dr. Bishop, I must
go. An revolr,"
KILOHANA SPRING EXHIBIT
The spring exhibition of the Kilo
liana Art League will take place In
May. Contrlbutois to tho pictorial
exhibit will thus have Ave weeks In
which to prepare their work ns tho
date of receiving the work will bo May
Another championship shield Is now
lead to bo attached to the lino that
now ornaments tho wall of the Y. M C
A, gymnasium This ttmo It Is Indoor
baseball team which won the cham
pionship lu tho recent tournament
plajid by the Y M. C A. teams and
, Iilcli has won tho distinction, of hav
ing their trophy placed with the other
signs of prowess. The names of the
plajers of tho successful team which
are Inscribed on the shield as fol
lows J I), Gorman, captain, M G
Johnston, E, M, Chcaham, W O Dunn,
It. S. Plcrson, C. M. Ta)lor, C W. air
vln, J. A. Tcmpleton and W a Ciook.
HERMANN LEVY LEAVING.
Among the passengers departing In
the Alameda tomorrow, will bo Her
man M Levy, former head clerk of tho
Hnwallan Hotel for five jcars and
known prominently In connection with
the plaguo scare of two years ago when
ho was t.iUen to the pest hospital as u
suspected victim, baffling; the doc tori
as tn whfther he "had it or dldii'l
Mr. Levy goes to attend tho mai-
rlage of his sister .Mil lam, who was tn
Honolulu three jcuth ago with her
father Herman s,i)s It Is Ids Inten
tion not to return to Honolulu ns a
resident but that be will nluajs huv
the vvniincat plica In his huit for tho
plain and Its people
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
OF REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
I "He (Harris Is In favor of good gov
ernment and not In fnvor of county
and city government,"
This statement Is contained In a pur
ported communication published In
tho editorial columns o. ..ie Advertiser
At tno meeting of the Fourth District
Commlttco -uhlch nominated W. W.
Harris as the llcpubllcan candidate,
the nominee said that ho stood firmly
on tho platform of tho llcpubllcan party-
In this plntrorm Is a plank tho con
tral thought of which ts county and
municipal government. Therefore, any
who state that Mr. Harris Is not for
this happy consummation are wilfully
trying to brand him a traitor to the
party of which ho has by his very ac
ceptance of tho honor conferred, shown
himself to bo n loal supporter of Its
alms In every particular and as ex
pressed In tho platform.
Tne Republicans were successful In
their fights In tho various precincts
Inst night and particularly In the ono
nt the corner of South and Queen
streets whero they put their opponents
to fight and gathered around them a
crowd which listened from the sheer
force of arguments presented.
Th in.t i,i. m. m-niln of th Tin.
publicans will bo held In Emma Square
this evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock,
Besides rousing speeches by men who
know what they aro talking about,
there will be music by tho young Ha
wallans who recently returned from
A G. M. Hobertson will be the chair
man of 'the Emma Square meeting
while tho following will bo the speak
crs- T. McCants Stewart, A. G M.
Hobertson. W J Coelho, Geo KeKau
on a, Judgo A. N. Kepolkal, Enoch
Johnson, Jdin C. Lane. Lorrln An-
Um?L"C' "?pme",a,Uo Wm AykU'
S. Mana and others.
The Home Rulers will hold a meet
ing In Union Square nnd will muster
their very best speakers for the occa
sion. from the Indications, It would seem
itlLCiCCri0d.da. U-Zadl- '1'.
llcpubllcan candidate. Is already as-
fh. k2L?r!Lbt? !!!!
man who. as ex officio chairman of tho
various sub-committees Is more com-
potent than anyone etso to speak, said
to a Bulletin reporter today:
"There Is no doubt whatwor Jn my
mind fat tho Rep nl.Ucan candldato
will win the, fight tomorrow. Irom
people who have been hard at worl
In tho rourth District sounding voers
anil nBcennining wuui iv m men imcu-
tlon to do. I llnd Hint nine tenths of
., - n !. t-....l. ...! ..tar
me uuriiiuim vi uiu ruuiui . w..-.
onehnlf of tho Democrats Intend to
voto for Harris. If tho Itepubllcans
will cet In and vote. Mr Harris will
rarr the election by a largo majority.
I am assured from various souires
that the business men of tho city In
tend to turn out ami voto nnd that they
will urge their clcrliB to go to the polls
and do tho same thing
"I wish to state for iho benefit o all
Republicans who want Information
nai uio iieaiiiiuuiiL-.B ... ..... .....
but d ng w. be open nil day tomonow
nnd that an eltlclent foro of Ilepub-
Ilcans will be there to furnish nil In'
At tho meeting of the Territorial
Committee of the Republican party
last evening, there waB considerable
discussion on the work of tho cam-
palgn, but It was decided thai there
was nothing to bo done In addlflon to
the work now being performed by the
Fourth District Committee.
It was decided to order printed the
rules as drafted by tho committee The
consluerntlon of thCHO was postponed
until April 2G, when there will bo a
special meeting to consider them In
the meantime the. rules will be printed
nnd a copy sent to tho members'of tho
various commlflees and prominent Hu
publicans throughout the city
Tho icprcsentntlon Is fixed at ono
member of tho dlstikt commltleo from
each precinct for each twenty flvo
votes cast for the Senator receiving
tho largest number of votes nt tho last
preceding election, This district will
have representation in thu Territorial
Iw 'J V.D !L"iJ.'"Si? .Of?r'!0.U';'
B. ,u. ,.. .,.,,,,, ,u.VO lUri
Tho Fourth District Committee at
Us meeting jesterday pamed tho fol
lowing precinct captains to take
cbargo of tho fight tomorrow First
precinct, J. 1) McVeigh, Second pro
duct. Harry Fisher; Third precinct. E.
A Mott Smith; Fourth precinct, Fred
Angus; Fifth precinct, Samuel John
son; Sixth precinct, I, II, oir
Tho Fourth District Commlttco will
meet agnln at f o'clock thki afternoon
to complcto arrangements for tomor
'iho attention of every Republican
Ib called to the fact that thu polls open
at 8 a in and closo nt 5 p, m
Tho polling plates und Inspectors In
tho Fourth District aro as follows'
First Precinct All that portion of
said district comprised in Honolulu or
Keyn and lying east of 1'iiiiahou
S. S, ALAMEDA, APRIL 9,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Expicss closes 10 a m day of salting
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
TCL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
street, and a line drawn In extension
thereof, rnauka and makal
Polling Place Booth, foot of Puua
hou street, , ,
Inspectors John EfTlnger,
Second Precinct All that portion of
raid district comprised In Htvolulti or
rvonn, nml lying between the westerly
boundary of the First Precinct and a
lino drawn as follows, viz- From tho
font of South street along South King
and Alapal streets, and from the head
of Alapal streets to the flagpole on the
old battery on Punchbowl, thence tn
and along the ridge on the easterly
side, of Pauoa Valley to the summit of
Polling Place Booth, corner of Kl
nan and Pllkol streots.
Inspectors C M While.
8 P. naal.
W C Wilder.
Third Precinct All that oprtlon of
said district comprised In Honolulu'or
Kona, and lying bctwaen the westerly
boundary of the Second Precinct and
Nuiianu street, and mauka of School
street and a line drawn from tho Junc
tion of School and Punchbowl streets
to tho flagpole on tho old battery on
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' Polling Placo-Uiilldlng at entrance
of Iocr """voir grounds. Nuuann
Inspectors F Mclntvre.
J. P. Kahahawal.
Fourth Precinct All that portion of
said district comprised In Honolulu or
Kona, and bounded by the Second and
"J. l,"dBrt,, "rc"'nl "' N"
Pomng Plain1 uootli, Emma Square
Inspectors. W C. King.
T. C. PollKnpa.
J. It. Hall
Fifth Precinct Alt That portion of
' Statrict 7rtd .KoX 0
Kona. and bounded by the Second Pre
clnct, Beretaula street
street, and tho harbor.
Polling Placi Kapualwa building.
I Inspectors Jno. Short,
I V.. K. T.llikalanl
I John K. WIMer
"aHl district comprised In llono'u.u o
ur, ..,.1 ii.i i... m.i ,.....
Sixth Precinct All Hint portion of
Hereunia sX ttmanu Wf
Iolj, ,aiIHonolulu ,,
,n8IHCtrKj P O'Connor,
, ,,ri.tlnetAVlut ,
()f , ,,,,,,
,, taxB0II llltr,clt of Koolinpoko.
(,rawn (rom ,()(l Nlmnm, ,, , i(,
' WIMIIH I IU
ncc Siliuot House, Wal
g,,eCtora-n. C Chalmers,
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Products should notu carefully tho
change In their polling places, at tho
a, ckcon the poll placo In
.,, q,iri,, trn,n,, ' , ,,',
... BPiln,,i ilnl.Rn Thl rm i,rn
tliailRC1, t0 tho bag.l)an irac, corner
Knal nn(, pllio gtrct,t(
lu, ,, ac0 , , ,.ollrUl
Pleclntt at t)l0 Iagt olocton vsaB ,n ,
nvnl . . . , , . riinnn,i
to Emma Square.
The iricptlon by tho ladles d"f St
Clcuunt's chapel and the St Andrew's
Cathcdinl Guild to Blslmti and Miss
Nichols, will bo given at the Hawaiian
hotel this evening There hnve beeu
no Invitations except to the clergmen
of tho clt The public ts expected to
take It Invitation from the announce
ments of tho pi ess
The membeis of the reception com
mlttee will bo stationed in the Walklkl
parlors anCthcro will he ushers at tho
stiili'wajs to welcome the visitors The
parlors aro being decorated toduy un
der tho direction of a committee com
rosed of .Mrs. E R Tenney, Mrs
George Smithies, Mrs Mist and Mrs
W M Glffard. Tho receiving party Is
composed of the following- Mrs. Alex
,.,.. t,l.,n.l. M 1.1m 1 To I. ,.
Mrs S S Robertson, Mrs. J. II. Sopor
nnd Mrs. C. S. Crane. There will be
served refroshments during tho even
ing the commlttco being Mrs. E W
Jordan, Mrs. E. J. Spalding, Mrs, F A,
Schaefer, Mrs. C. S. Rhodes, Mrs C
W Booth, Mis, Charles Day, Mrs, Os-
bom. Mrs. C L. Crabbe and others.
The reception will begin nt 8 o'clock
Tho Home Rulers held a rally on
Brewer's vvhaif at the noon hour to
day Tho speakers Included Kuiilla
nnd Representative oMssmnn Much
was mado of tho Advertiser's attack
this mornluf OtherwlBo tho points
mado by tho speakers wero of tho same
order iib at piovlous tallies of tho op
Alice Cooke SiiIIh.
Tho schooner Alice Cool.n Captain
.eiihnllow, Bulled In ballast for tin
Sound this morning, not wanting tn
wait for a load of migni for Sun 1'ian
ilsco The Cooke nrrlved In port with
lumber from Poit (iambic, on tho !lst
of last month
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Further Hearing of Question of
McBryde Bond3 for Trust Invest
mentA. W. Carter on
Some exceedingly Interesting evi
dence of an expert character Was given
before Judge Ilmnplirejs this morn
ing, bearing up the soundness of sugnr
dlantntlon securities for the Investment
ot trust funds, Tho occasion was a
further hearing, on this particular
point, of the annual account of Alfred
V. Carter, trustee for Annie T K Par
ker, which shows an Investment ot
$25,000 In McBr)dc Sugar Company's
Witnesses raltcdiwcro F M. Swanty.
W 11 Balrd, II 11. Wodehouse, A. W.
Cnrtcr, J. O. Carter, Samuel C. Allen
and II. E. Wnlty. A. O. M. Robertson
appeared for the trustee " i
A. W Carter, after answering ques-'
lions by the court nnd his counsel, wns '
cheerfully granted permission by thci
court to give his reasons at some length
for the evidence 'he had given, lie I
stated that sugar was the one industry'
In the Hnwallan Islands and would,
probably continue so during the timo
of those present. Every other busi
ness Interest here wns In some meas
ure dependent upon sugnr. If the sugar I
Industry were hit hard real estate
would probably depreciate as much as.
fifty per cent In three months, he said
nt first but afterward modified tho I
statement to say that, at any rate, the
blow would he vtry Bevere Ho re
ferred to lands not used In sugar culti
vation and tonn property
Mr. Carter, answering a question, de
clared his confidence lu the permanen
cy of the Hawaiian sugar liulustrj Tho
planters were getting very large crops.
The) produced sugar at about $40 a
toil, all received for It above that be
ing profit. With the capabilities of Its
plantations, Hawaii he thought would1
bo nliln to compete with other sugar
producing countries that bad superior,
advantages In cheaper labor
He admitted having had a continual i
run of applications for mono) on real
estate mortgages Tanging from six. to
nine per cent. There were reasons for
preferring sly per cent bonds to mort
gages for Investment, some of which
the w Itness desired should not be pub
lished Gei erally, however, he men-
tinned flint sometimes the applicant
wanted to raise more money on mort
gage than the lender deemed the prop
erty worth ns security Tho matter of
title was another Important consider
ation Mr Carter also took account of
the responsible character of the heir-1
rower There wire cases within the
past few j ears whero money was loan
ed on real estate upon a CO per cent
basis, and the mortg.igtes toda were
tonvlnccd that the secuiltj linrilj cov
ered the loan In value.
J O Carter stated thai he rarel) If
ever took mure than eight per cent on
mortgages Yes tho demnnd for mon
c on mortgages at seven and eight I
per cent had been gi eater than tho I
supply Still ho had invested funds
held by him as agent in Mclh-jdel
bonds when first floated, also Oahit i
and Walalua plantation bonds. For O. .
It & 1.. Co. ho paid as high as four and
a half per cent, lctely three per cent
premium He thought the price boj
paid for McBryde bonds wns 99. Tho
purchase was mado after consultation
with his prlniliul, hut upon his nilvlee
nuii rc8ponB!uiiiiy .Mr carter Kept
abstracts of trust deeds for his guid
ance In purchasing bonds. Ills passing
by mortgage b at higher rates of Inter
est for bonds was for reasons similar
to thoso given by the prcvluus witness
tho wanting by the would-be borrower
ui un uniuiiiu oui oi proportion io inoi
value of the property the, dubious nn-
tuiu ui ..lies ud biiuvwi in luiuiy uu-l
(Continued on page 8.)
Heywood Shoes Wean"
A Shoe worthy of our highpst recommendation
$4.50 BUYS A PAIR
BLOCK BOX CALF OXFORDS or TAN OXFORDS
Tho Name HUYWOOI) on the Khua In u jJUMriuitec of
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.
1057 Fort Street.
For Complete Service
Between 'Frisco and
AGENT DEARIiON MAKES
Steamer Will Reach Here Every
Twenty Days and on Schedule
Time Eight Day
Among the passengers who left this
city today In tho China for the Coast
was George S. Dearborn, the manager
of the Hawaiian-American Steamship
Company, who has been Indulging In a
stay of ten dns In this clt to makn
various business arrangements In tho
Interests of his company.
When seen by a Bulletin reporter
shortly before he departed, Mr. Dear
born spoke In detail of the new local
Iteamshlp servlio which Is to be per
manently established between San
Francisco nnd this port by the Hawaiian-American
company. He said:
"The Hyudes which Is running hern
at present, Is not owned by tho com
pany we had to charter bcr on aceouut
of the unfortunate circumstances which
(lela)ed the building ot several ot our
"In the early part of June, we ex
pect to have the Nevada reach this port
nnd the Nebraska will probably come
out here sonic time during the fall Wo
Intend to run these boats regularly on
schedule time between here and an
Francisco, a steamer arriving at Ho
nolulu every twenty das. Wo expect
the vessels to make the trip In eight
ilajs nnd ns wo have the facilities, wo
hope to bo able to run the boats exact
ly on time Wo rnn do this as we have
plenty of reserve power to fall back In
bad weather and with which to make
up time. As a matter of tact, the
steamers will not run maximum speed
except In bad weather. Other steamship
lines which ndvortlso that they run
their boats on schedule tlmo very often
calculate on good weather, so that their
vcsxels make the time only In good
weather but necessarily run behind lu
bud weather ns they have no reserve
power to fall buck on.
"Both the Nevndan and the Ncbras
kan are twin-screw steamers of tho
finest tjpe They will have icfrlgera
tors with j capacity of i,C0 tons and
will have till modern appliances for
the quick hnndllng of freight.
"We have bad both these steamers
cspcclall) fitted out for tho use of oil
ns fuel and hnvo had them furnished
with oil storage tanks. We have taken
earo to mako espe:lnl arrangements
so that the contents of these tanks will
nut affect tho rest ot the cargo
"The company has so far met with
very fair success nil around, although
wo have been vcrv, much handicapped
h) tho serious delay In the building ot
our new ships. Wo luvo had two ships
practically tied up for almost a ear lit
San Francisco and the vessels which
bavo been under construction In thu
East huvo not been finished as quickly
as wo had hoped.
"However, wo will, at tho end of tho
present year, have a fleet of nliio
steamers of which seven will bo on
the through Bcrvlco between Sail Fran
cisco nnd Honolulu,
"Tho freight betweeh this port and
the Sound will probably have to be re
shipped In San Francisco when It will
bo taken by boats ot our line.
"Our aggregate tonnage will thus, by
the end ot this year amount to about
(Continued on page 8.)