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Vol.. XL No. 2M8
M?y X USQC'MfONOLUIiTJ, TEHKITOKY OP HAWAII, SATURDAY MAY 3, 1902
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THE COUNTESS OF CHESTERFIELD.
One or the beauties of the coronation festivities will bo the charming
Countess of Chesterllcld. Ilcfore her marriage she was Miss Buhl Wilson
and was notid In London for her fascinating eyes and dazzling complexion.
Hi iiws w m
The Credit System
AND OTHER MATTERS
Discussed by Merchants
LECTURE SCHEME. KNOCKING OUR COFFEE. . HONOLULU FAIR.
Members were slow In arriving at the! President F. V. Maefafldne came In
Flock Exchange room for the meeting ''" B"'KC nml look tho chair. He
. .. .... , ... ... asked for Information regarding th
of the Honolulu Merchants' Association of to fun,u nn(, , ,
E't for 3:30 o'clock yesterday after- forra,., tliat the treasury contained
noon. It was 3: 18 when Vice President about JICO. while there mcio qutstand-1 July 4, alio for the Fair In le month
letter from himself, after It hnd been
lead to the meeting, whkli pioposed a
Si heme of excursions from ...flercnt
parts of the Islands to brliu In icopln
for the holiday events of Jinn 11 and
A BIG EXCURSION TO
THE WAIMANALO BEACH
r's Kindness Thoroughly Ap
preciated Little Ones Made
'Supremely Happy all
a Day Loog.
ftwa, May 2. This year Kwa plan
tatlon repeated tho experiment, which ,ows.
wan so successful last year, of giving Kama
The flist games of the league will bo
played at Piinahou this nfternoon At
1 30 o'clock tbo Honolulu Athletic
Club will meet the Aitlllery. the llue
u p being as follows;
II. A. C A. Louis, c.; D. Joy. p.;
S. Leslie, lb.; J. Thompson, 2b.; T.
Price, 3b.; J. Williams, es.; P. (Slcj
son. rf.; J. Aylett, e(.; H. Kal, If.
Artillery Lieut. Jones, r.; Drown,
p.; Pllney, lb.; Smith, 2b.; Hicks, 3h.;
Lieut. Hehr, ss.; Lieut. Newton, rf.;
Dupblll, cf.; nennctt, If.
Substltutca II. A. C. A. Williams. A.
II. Cunha, J. Hansmaun.
The second game, will be between the
Kamchameha Athfttlc Club and tlm
Mallo Illmas. Tho tennis will bo as fol
iJlmoud called the meeting to order.
These ttcie ultimately astemhleil: I'.
W Matr.ul.ine, picsldent; V. W. Har- i
ris, bceretary; W. W. Hall, H. K. Lauge,
F. L. Waldron, A. llames. D. E. Whit
man, P 11. Helm, M. B. Ulssell, L. H.
Plnliham, A. Oartenberg, M. A. don
salves. Kohcrt Catton, Ccorge Angus,
U, A. Mclncrny. Jos. Gordon Spencer,
J. F. Humburg, John F. Soper, M.
Phillips, W. W. nimond, II. F. Wlch
man nnd Ceo. W. Smith.
Secretary Harris read the minutes of
several previous meetings which wcro
Engagement of Lecturer.
A report from the committee on pro
motion and advertising was lead.
which expressed approval of W. C.
cdon's proposition to undertako a
lantern slide leiturc tour tluough tho
United States. It recommended a
guarantee of $100 a month to .Mr. Wee
don for six months by tho association.
Tho repoit was signed by II. F. Wleli
mun. Jas. (. Spencer and J. O. Hoth
Mr. Wcedon's letter was lead, where
in he offered to go on the tour for u
salary of (200 a month besides steamer
tiansportatlon between here and San
Francisco. Ho would pay traveling and
hotel expenses on the Mainland out of
the stated salary. For $200 a month ad-
-C. Kanol, c; I). Kckuown, p.
a May Day picnic to both the Kinder- u Jones 10.; s.kow.zu.j a. mennrua,
a May uay i-". 3b . D Harhottle, es.; D. Kanewanul,
gartea and Government schools. I rf c jaciiaoP cf.. r Cockctt, If.
Manager Itenton equipped a spo- jiallesF. Kelly, c.; G. Clark, p.; D.
c!al," which was not tho regulation Davis, lb.; Mana, 2b.; C. Akau, 3b.;
' varnished cars," however, but tho C. Jones, ss.; Tobln, rf.; C. Taylor, cf.;
.Jin.,v.nin cars, sided up. with . C. Osliorn. II.
niatB extending around tho Inside, In
ctpoose fashion. Into these over a
hundred nnd soveniyuve -""""'" .Chalmers Graham
. I t.i !.-.. nntlnnnlli
made up oi cigiu uimitm ,,.....
.i-,. -u..rn rnmfnrtatilv seated nnd
transported to tho delightful Walam-i-alo
beach, a distance of eight miles,
' vlthout th slightest accident to any
Many of the ladles and mothers of
the children "caught on." making a
total of 212. Lunch, Including all tho
Bcda water tho children could drink,
and IGO boxes of candy wore donated
by tho plantation.
Much praise Is duo the mnnagor for
the kln'dnesa and consRVratlon shown
tho children. The affair was careful
ly planned and all necessary provision
n-.udo to meot tho needs of all. Police
man Ileado acted as coniluctor. train
dispatcher, brakoman and camp
f rook. Much of tho success of tho at-
lair was duo tO his untiring efforts to
n uko everybody comfortablo.
If othern could havo seen tho genu
ine delight and happiness of the chil
dren, there would be moro of this sort
oT thing. The "kids" wero onco In tho
wotld that thoy love swimming,
Substitutes Mallo Illmas. S. Chill-
Ingworth, W. Uii.1i. II. Williams.
The umplies In today'B games will bu
lole, Lieut. Newton nnd Solomon Ma-
wt r p p-a fej a s r-a rs rw na pq
hunting shells, catching crabs, eating
sandwiches, and drinking soda water;
and In their own world aTl nationali
ties merged Into cue.
lug claims against the association lof July.
amounting to about (200 . .Mr. Smith thought that Hi' piopo.il
Mr. Wichmun, dlscurslng n motion tion w.ih well worthy of loiislieriitlon,
to ndopt the report, said the assocla- j As the proposer had Kihl. It was In Una
tlon had been In existence nearly tnu'wlth business promutlun ni.isui'K
years but had little of actual work ta common In Mainland towns,
show. I Mr. Dlmond cordially approved of
The president, replying to a remark I1'1" schemo and moved for a commute,
about the similarity of membership of to nu It along .
the Chamber of Commerce nnd tho I Mt. Helm, In answer to tho chnlr. ex
Merchants' Association, thought It was I P'alned that the Fair he meant wa
of no use icferrlng BUbJectt from op;an agricultural exhibition under Die
body to another. This association ouglit ; auspices" of the Department of Agi.-til-to
take up quest'ons coming before it turc and Forestry,
on their merits and act Independently. President Mncfarlanc thought li
After a conversation hadVocecded ' 0" '"""J;,, ,h"' l0 K 'nl0
for n.no ilmo Mr. Snpnopr .-Cp.ie.l nimi iilcatlon with Wray Taj lor
it,i n, ;i,.inn mi-i,t i.ri Mr I -mrnlssloiior of Agriculture, regard
ing the exhibition.
Mr. Hall seconded the motion end. It
being put and carried, the prcsld'nt
that tho association might bring Mr. I
Wcedon's scheme betoie the Clumber
of Commerce. I ,
Mr. Phillips, who had moved the
adoption of tho lcport, preferred that
the association should simply do Its
own part, leaving Mr. Wecdon free to
apply directly to the Chnnobor of Com
merce for Itb moiety of the expense.
It was the Ecnso of the .meeting that
the male quartet could not be concurr
ed, Someone nsked If uic Bchuinx
would not conlllct with ll- movement
for n Hawaiian exhibit at St. Louis.
The president did not think mi, add
ing that if tho reports of tho lccturi
tour proved unfavorable the scheme
would not be renewed at the end of tho
Tho report was adopted.
There wai, no dlscuesloJ of the St
dltlonal he would tuke along a 111 at Louis .exposition, probably hecauRu the
class male quartet. committee of Thursday's meeting with
Mr. Spencer explained that tho other Commissioner General Uariett was jet
$100 a month was expected from the to convene.
Chamber of Commerce, which had no' Honolulu Fair Time,
yet received Mr. Wcedon's proposition. Mr. Helm In remarks backed up n
appointed P. It. Helm, chairman, W.
W. Dlmond and Geo. W. Smith ns Hie
Fire Claims Payment.
A letter was read fiom (' K. Ilan
cioft, beirclary of the California 'Iru
dem and Producers' Association, tell
ing of the assistance tendered by Hint
uoiy, wltn other commercial organisa
tions of San Francisco, to J G, Pratt,
delegnto to Washington of the commer
cial bodies of Honolulu for the pro
motion of the fire claims p.iyment I. ill
in t-ongrces. As the enclosure, and ac
companying newspaper reports hud
been well covered In the Honolulu
evening papors of yesterday, it was
deemed unnecessary to havo anythl.ir,
further read. It was vole I tliat the
secretary forward a suitable reply to
Our best argument to get
your trado Is tho class of work
wo turn out.
Wo do all this work our
selves and glvo It our particu
lar attention. If tho picture Is
of a pretty view or Iiub somo
association, It cannot bo too
well finished. You will want It
done rightly and wo aro the ono
to do this.
Rice & Perkins,
The Hcnnlanl Yacht and Boat Club
men will Indulge In naval maneuvers
In th eharbor this afternoon, starting
from tho club house at -1:30 o'clock.
Captain Fled Church will be In charge
and, fiom the deck of a low boat will
send his men forth to meet tho oncmy.
The purpose of tho naval maneuvers Is
to show tho lighting strength of the
club, A number of ovoluttons have
been arranged for, A bulge with six
men, three shells with four men each
nnd a couplo of palr-oared boats will
be included In the doings of this afternoon.
OF DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
Indebtedness of Over $20,000 and
Available Assets Under $1500
-Holding of $75,000 In
T, G. Thrum
W. W. Ahana & Co
C. J. Hutchlns, bal. on note .
Union Feed Co
Oaliu Lumber & Uulldlng Co.
Robertson & Wilder
Honolulu Stock Yards Co....
Hawaiian Klectrlc Co
LA T0RTAJADA. THE SPANISH BEAUTY.
I.'i Tortnjndi. the SpanWh beauty whoso sliiKing ni.ll dancing have Load
ber famous In l.uropeati ciipltnlx. In now mnl.itii: in Mm-ru-an tour. X
i I. B. llNIo
At the adjourned meeting of Geo.
(Continued on page 8.)
W lVr. 1 ftr- P,,-t hold nt l.if n.fT(r., f.f
II. Jay Greene. Friday evening, thero , ASSOCIATION WILL
woio present the following comrades.
P. C. B. A. Straut. Greene. Dickey.
Francis, McKeague. Adler, McCand-
1 -.,..! t,t ,,
Delt- and Baton. Owing to the rathcr'QueStlOn BOI, .EstaDllSDCd Proposal
sirnll quartern, tho meeting was slm'-j
pl Informal, there not being room for'
n formal opening. . 1
Th" principal business of the 'even-1
lug the nppolutment of the Memorial
Day Committee nnd deciding which
church to attend for memorial Sunday
services, was soon attended to, and i
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel
cor. Hotel ana
Entrance on Union.
Tho government tug Bleu went out
to tow tho schooner Kobcrt Lewers Into
port this morning but came back with
out her. Although the tug Fearless
was off the Moana hotel, towing tho
bark Albert to poit, when tho Bleu
was working her way to whero the
Lewers lay oft Diamond Head, the
Fearless took her tow Into the harbor
and scooted out again after the Low
era, nrrlvlng alongside a little after the
Bleu, Although, having about forty
minutes start, the Bleu came up with
the schooner a little before the Fear
less, Captain Underwood of tho Low
cih Bnw the Fearless coming and wait
ed to be towed In by tho latter tug.
The Fearless always brings the Lcwcis
Into port on her nrrlval here.
In the tase of J. A. and B, M. Ma-
goon against Chin Kce Gnau and Ang
Ton, Judge Robinson has allowed
plaintiffs to file an ninended bill, He
has nlbo appointed C. F. Reynolds, at
torney at law, as receiver to cqllect the
I rents nnd profits and look after the In
surance, The ense Is continued until
Table claret and other wines are
sold by Gomes & McTlghc, liquor
dealcrs.N, King street. Tel, Main 140.
Albert E. Nichols, dentist, of Hono
lulu, has tiled a petition of voluntary
bankruptcy In the United States Dis
trict Court. Wm. L. Whitney Is attor
ney for petitioner. The schedules make
the following exhibits:
Creditors to be paid In full, 'or to
whom priority Is becured by law: Ter
ritory of Hawaii, personal taxes, $.,
Creditors holding securities: P. L,
Weaver Jr., Honolulu, moitgage on
olllco furniture and tools used In prac
Ci editors whose claims arc unsecur
ed: Volcano Stables Co., lillo, 3
notes $ 108 90
II. May & Co. note 455 33
II. May & Co., Interest to date. 3C 30
Metropolitan Meat Co., Judg
ment 102 00
Lowers & Cooke 92 00
J. M. Whitney, noto 5800 00
J. M. Whitney, Interest 1334 00
Hllo Mercautllo Co., 3 notes. . 7.7 50
Whitney & Marsh, note .... 800 00
Whitney & Marsh, lnteret . . 149 35
Whitney &. Marsh 21 75
C. J. Day & Co. 103 43
California Feed Co 175 33
II. F. Wlthman 14 23
Ilobrnn Drug Co 162 70
Mention, Smith & Co 23 15
Honolulu and Hawaiian Pa-
. per Co 67 15
B. W. Jordan 30 45
Iliiwulhtn Supply Co 10 10
W. W. Dlmond & Co 12 10
M. Mclneiny 7 SO
Peterson & Matthewman ... 21 75
Hawaiian Gazette Co, 9 50
Huwallun Star Newspaper
Association 24 00
Ilulletlu Publishing Co. '..... 12 45
Mutual Tclephono Co 22 50
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. . . 10 85
Hnrtman & Co C DO
Kinney, Ilullou & McClana-
han CO DO
Gomes & McTlgho 4 00
Wiih Kce 26 00
Pacific llrass Foundry IB 30
Mollis. it Drug Co 15 65
C. (J. Yce Hop & Co 19 70
Hustnce & Co 10 00
Total $11,122 83
The following debts were contracted
I with and the notes hereinafter men
I tloncd signed with W. II. Howard, Ilo-
j Ilulletlu Publishing Co $ 3 30
Mutual Telephone Co 24 00
' Hawaiian Klectrlc Co 433 20
J. N. Shnfer, noto 407 50
J. N. Shnfer, 2 notes 800 00
A. Hnrrlbon Mill Co 6,478 20
Geo. A .Howard Jr., note ... 500 00
Total 8,760 :
MOKULOE NEAR KANEOIIE
SECURED BY JAC0BSEN
Fishing To Be Carried On In Extensive
Manner--Japanese To Have
DISCUSS STEAM ENGINE
To Change the Night of Meeting
--rYoting for New
good speeches from visiting com
ri'dcs. Ilenjamin aud P. P. C. Watllng
foid. from Seattle, followed by many
facetious remarks liy members of tho
Post. Altogether ft was n very lively
nnd enjoyable evening for tho "boys."
'1 lie meeting came to a termination
The Memorial Comm.ttee consists ,
ol Comrades Dickey (chairman), ha-l
Ion. Coike. Teirlll nnd Deltz. Tho
Post decided to attend fTunday Memo
rnl services. May 23th,"" evening, at
the Bplscopnl Church. There will bo,
n meeting o" tho general committee
about the 15th to make nrial arrangements.
RCiiooNmt iiown hails.
The regular meeting of tho Engi
neering Association will bo held at
Ha rooms In tho Y. M. C. A.Jbulldlcg
this evening, nt which subjects con
nected with tho steam cnglno will bo
taken up. Tho discussion on Indica
tor cards will be led by Mr. Kopke.
i.r.d several others will ipeak.
Votes will bo taken on about two
dozen applications for membership,
also on proposed amendments to tha
ecnstltutlon, ono - of them being to
change tho meeting night from Sat
urday to Monday.
Tho committee on topics has intro
duced a now departure In establishing
n question box, Anyone who has any
questions relating to engineering cub
Jtets of local interest can submit
them through this qucetlon box and .
navi) them tnken up nnd discussed In ,
tho next meeting. It Is expected that
Total unsecured $19,889 10
Total Indebtedness $20,250 32
Tho total available assets of petition
er arc valued at $1460.50. Debts due
him on open account amount to $385.50,
He has 750 shares of tho Wuhlawu Su
gar Co., par value $73,000, value un
known, also a Manhattan life policy
for $20,000, hypothecated to tho com
pany for $791, surrender value, un
known. The petition will come up for hearing
before Judgo Bsteo on Monday morning.
lHLAt D HTnAmCKB IN.
The steamers James Malice and Nil
hau urrtved In port this morning. The
Makec came into tho harbor at 4:10
o'clock with four deck passengers and
2600 bags um M. S, Co. sugar from Ana-
hola. Sho sails again for Anahola at
3 o'clock this afternoon.
I'm ser Lyons reports tho Mlknhala
at Walmca, discharging freight and
tho bark Bdward May at Makawelt
commencing to discharge. Choppy
eeas and northeast trades wero experi
enced in the channel, coming home
Fair weather prevails on Kauai. Tha
following sugar awaits shipment on
tho Garden Isle: V. K 900; Mak
2350; G. & It., 4112; Men., 17,300; II. P.,
2000; II, XL, 1000; P., 3000; M. S. C.
68,000; II. S. Co., 7900 .
Tho Nllhau entered the harbor at
4:25 o'clock with ono deck passenger
nnd 7077 bags of sugar from Hanamau
hi for II. Harkfcld & Co., and Alexan
der & Unldwln. Purser Kaao reports
good wealh throughout the trip.
Thero will bo n meeting of tho Min
isterial Union Monday at 10 a. m. Tho
paper of tho day will bo: "What shall a
young mnii do with his sparo time,"
by II. C. Ilrown, secretary of the Y. M.
Henry Cobb-Adam., principal of the
Kuueoho school and tax collector for
Koolau, camu to town this morning,
tiding over tho Pall from Wnlmanalo.
He returns thin afternoon. Mr. Adams
stPtcs that Mr. Jacobsen, who for n
leng tlmo was on overseer on the
Heela plantation, has leased tho Isl
and of Mokuloo In tho Kaneoho bay.
fiom C. Ilotto and Is now busy estab
lishing on this Island headquarters
lor what will bo extensive fisheries.
The Island of Mokuloo Is rather a
small one. It 1b tliu one which can
easily be Been from (ho Pall, lying in
thu beautiful wntors of tho oxtensivo
t-ny at Kaneoho.
Tho Island wns formerly leased to
a man who Intended to establish on
It nn oxtensivo chicken ranch, on
which ho would ralso flno-bred poul
try, but ho gavo tip his jell-mo nnd
Mr. Jacobsen has taken up tho Island
with n, vlow to developing thu fishing
In tho bay.
Mr. Jacobsen has already establish
ed four or five fishing camps ut va
rious points of tlTu Island and a num
ber of houses havo been built. Jnp-
nneso will bo employed to do tho fish
Ing, which will ho conducted In a sys
Mr, Jae-obsen Is a Norwegian and,
as such, n llsTierman by birth. Fol
ytT.rs ho has mado a study of fishing
in theso waters and Is thoroughly fa
miliar with his work. A number of
boats and sampans 'aro already on
hand, among them bolng ono craft 28
feet In length.
Thoro Is very good fishing In tho
Kaneoho hay nnd thero can hardly be
a doubt hut Mint fishing thero in
systematic mnnnor will provo to bo a
very profitable Industry,
Tho Chinese Itellt f Society has tiled
its bylaws In tho olllco ul the Treasur
er of the Torrltoiy.
S, S. VENTURA, MAY 6
this will prove n vory Interesting, In-
This afternoon at 2:30 o'clock the tug structlvo and useful feature of tho
Fearless will take the schooner Frank work of the association,
W. Howe out of tho harbor and set her!
on her way to tho Sound. Tho Howoj
has had an eventful time of It In this)
harbor, having arrived here In distress i
from Mauritius to be libeled by mem
bers of her crew. Captain WallcrB, who
came down In tho China to pay dam
ages awarded hy tho courts and to lib-
crate tho vessel, will command tho
schooner on tho trip up.
Next express steamer to the Coast
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
TEL. MAIN 109.
Masonic Temple, with American
i For the man
I who walks
thiro Isn't n better shoo and few so
gcod as tho
Henvy calf, drop stitched, water
proof boIo, rubber heels, Illcucher
THE PRICE IS $5,00
Wo recommend this to all walkers.
M A MITE i rTITDEDC SHOE
1057 FORT STRUCT.
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