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Vol. XL No. 2152
HONOLULU, TKUKITOKY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY MAY 20, 1BU2
Puioe 5 Cents
Judge Gear Decides
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Government Must Bor
row $300,000 to Meet
BY TREASURY NOTES
AND BANK OVERDRAFTS
Tenders for $150,000 oa Treasury
Notes Invited In Default of
Loans Warrants Must Be
It lias become necessary for the gov
eminent to borrow .money for current
expenditure appropriations until thh
ear's property and Income taxes aro
gathered Into the treasury. The total
amount required is (300,000. Half of
this the Treasurer has staitet! to ob
tain for tenders to supply the money on
treasury notes. For the other half thu
Treasurer will have to run overdrafts
at the banks.
Treasurer V. II. Wright was asked
this morning if tho plan of borrowing
on treasury notes had not been con
bldered some time ago only to t.e -ban
ilotiecl on account of legal objections.
"I never heard that It was not uc
coiillng to law," the Treasure1 ro
piled. "Treasury notes are authoilznl
by an act of 189? which was not e
pealed by the Organic Act.
"There Is an act of 1SDS also, chap
ter 49, relating to overdraft. in tho
banks, whlrh is available for ru'sln-
temporary loans." Sir. Wright read
the section tbut authoilzcd the Minis
ter of Finance, now thc Treosuier, to
open accounts with one or mor banks
so as to procure overdrafts umiiintlng
In the aggregate to not n'oic than
"That Is what we Old last je.ir. lor
i owing $150,000 against the taes, Va,
000s from Spicckels' bank and $73,000
from the Dank of Hawaii, Ye, ii will
be necessary to apply to thc banks
again this year for relief, besides what
we may obtain on treasury notes. We
shall need $300,000 altogeljer befora
the taxes come In.
"The term for tieasury note lo.ms Ii
limited to seven months. They will
have to bo redeemed out of the in
coming ta:.es, therefore there can be no
Increase of expenditures from this
fcource. If we cannot get the mone
required we shall have to register the
warrants for current expenditures.
"I have had several telepnono In
quiries about treasury notei this mom
Ing, which I Judge aio for comparative
ly small amounts."
Mr. Wright Tias not prepared to
Wouldn't a cute plcturo of
baby please you nnd wouldn't
you And pleasure In looking at
tho swoet features In after years
when baby has grown?
IT IS A SPECIALTY
wo rnaku of taking baby pic
tines. Come and see our sam
ples and bilng baby with you.
Bice & Perkins,
Oregon Dloek, cor. Hotel
cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
I IDS TO BUILD
SCHOOL SITE SURVEYED
Meantime the Courts of Justise Afford
Striking Object Lessons of
Crying Need of
Inaulrr at tho nducatlon Office
ibout the progress of the projected
lew reformatory school and industrial
fnrm nt Wnlalec, tho other side of this
Island, elicited tho Information that
Jos. S. Kmerson has completed flic sur
lay of the site and Is making a hand'
some map of It. There Is no money In
ho Trensury, however, for construc
tion of the buildings. From the Edu
cation Office tho reporter went up
stairs to the Circuit Court room, where
defendants were being arraigned on In
dictments. Among them wero two na
tive boys who each gave his ago as
fourteen, although one of tbeia looked
not more than ten years, who were
charged with larceny in the second do-
grco along with a third out on a Bond.
It occurred to tho reporter that If
these lads should be convicted. Judge
IlobinBon might temper Justice with
benevolence by sentencing them to
study Surveyor Kmerson's beautiful
map until the Government can afford
to Institute a reformatory worthy of
COX TELLS OF KIA1UKA.
Deputy Sheriff Andrew Cox of Wala
lua was In the city this morning In con
nection with certain matters of busi
ness. When seen by a Dullctln report
er about the terrible struggle he in re
ported to have had with Klmura, the
Japanese, who Cut thu throat of his
mistress last Sunday, ho replied:
Thcro Is absolutely no truth in tho
story of thc Advertiser that the Jap
puese shot at me or mada an attempt
to cut me. I found him near tho
stream and pounced on him so quickly
that ho had no chance to do anything
even if he hnd so desired. He had an
old muzzle-loading shotgun with him."
give an estimate as to thc air.ouut of
taxes coming duo in Decembc. from
which the $300,000 contemplated to be
borrowed will have to be deJucti'u.
WARDB MAY COM15 AGAIN.
Asked as to thc probability of his re
turning to the Islands for another sea
son, Mr, Frederick Warde Bald last
evening: "Of course, it Is always very
difficult for one In my position to say
Just where ho will go but I assure you
that, should tbo opportunity ever pre
sent Itself, I shall ceitalnly take ad
vantngo of It.
"I am delighted with my stay In the
Islands and thc members of my family
feel the samo way. Wo regret very
much our departure. I am sure, 1
should have been perfectly satisfied
had wo only beeu ablo to mako both
ends meet but the ends, aside fom
meeting, hate lapped over a bit and 1
am naturally very much pleased."
Moanalua the slmplo-mlndcd Hawa
iian whoso presenco on tho streets
causes Intense disgust. Is once more In
tho tolls of tho police. He stolo a
valuable feather lei from Mrs, Maria
Hcckley's store in tho Masonic Tem
ple building the other day and was
all but caught In the act.
In the Police Court today, the defen
dant pleaded guilty to the charge of
larceny In the second degree but not
I being within tho Jurisdiction of the
j District Court, tho defendant wai
'committed to tho Circuit Court for
Keli! nnd Kmakl, larceny Bccond de
gree. Tho foiruor pleaded guilty and
got thirty dnys nt bard labor, tho lat
tor not guilty,
JihIeo dear, In an oral decision just
beforn noon, put the Consular party out uary 31 was carried out according to that the election of Ooo Kim and a
. . i- .i.n(n i oinr-tinn nfnr. tho i.v.lnu.. , soclatcs had not recched tho ratlflca-
Accra of tho United Chinese Society.
Tho hearing had lasted for several'
days, with two or threo score members
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of tho contending factions sleadrnstlr .
Suit was brought In the name of tha
Territory of Hawaii to oust C. K. Al
and others from the offices of tho so-,
clcty nud compel them to surrender It,
records r-nd funds. The real plaintiffs
were numbers ot the faction aTlhorlng
to tho ChlneBo Consul ns ngainst tho
Hnw Wong or llcform faction in tha
feud that has existed ever since tho
Importation of Imperial politics Into
the nffairs of thc local Chinese colony
a year or two ago.
For gtound of complaint the relator
contended that tho election of C. K.
Al nnd associates on January 1, 1002
ratified on tho 29th of the same month,
to the offices of the United Chinese So
ciety was not Valid because conducted
otherwise than according to thc by
laws of thc society. On thc other hand
It was claimed tbut the 'election of effi-
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LOADS RAPIDLY AND
Was Used This Horning To Put
Sugar Aboard the Ship
Acme at the Rail
. . ...way Wharf, .
An Interested crowd of shipping and
sugar men gathered on the railway
wharf till morning to witness the op
crntlon of tho McCubo, Hamilton &
Kenny electrical conveyer.
There aie only two of these convey
crs In Honolulu and they hno been
here for almost two years without be
A few dajs ago one of the conveyers
was tnKen to the electrical works and
overhauled, a dynamo of comparatively
small power being removed to bo re -
nlnr...n.i ,. .Unnmn nf .nvpral limns
tho power. This morning tho convey-
crwns taken to thl-railway whnrf and,
used In loading thc great steel wind
jammer Acme, which Is being loaded
for New York.
The conveyer Is slmllnr In many ro
spects to those used on thc Coast for
loading grain Into ships from cars and
trucks. It has been used once or twice
on tho Oceanic wharf In tho handling
of coal, but was not found to bo of
much use -villi coal. A broad canvas
belt holds the sugar bags and carries
them from Iho door of the car up over
thc rail of the ship, Loose coal is
moro difficult to handle.
Tho experiment with tho Acmo
proved very successful and It is said
that a gain of ono thousand bags a day
can be made with the conveyer. Not
only ran mom work bo accampjlshud,
but the electrical conveyer docs nwny signed for his defense.
with at least six Japanose on tho load, f T10 oinnd Jury Is expected to mnko
Ing stngo. I another roport this afternoon.
The conveyer was not worked to its j,,(ik Hoblnson confirmed tho re
full cnpatlty this morning. Tho ma- port 0f C. F. Reynolds, commissioner
china was Tod slowly and ovcnly and to imrtton lands In the caso of nuf
tho result was most gratifying. It Is fnndeau vs. Montnno. De Holt for nlaln.
posBiuio to navo eignt or nino Dags ot
sugar on the conveyer at ono time. As
the ninchlno Is nt present constructed.
however. It Is found that moro satis-
factory results can bo bad when only
four or flvo bags aro allowed to bo on
tho belt at once. If tho machine Is fed
any quicker It Is difficult lor tho men
on deck to handle tho bags.
It is vory probablo that moro of
lulu In a very little while.
Tho Acme, Captain Lawrence, hns
about 45,000 bags or sugar aboard at
present. She will tako almost 90,000
bags when sho finally gets away for
Annlo W. Akong has given a bond I
lor $150 on Injunction, with Isaac Tes-
damnglng n cotlngo nnd fenco on prom-1
Ises occupied by her as a tenant ot tbo
ccrs held by tho real plaintiffs on Jnn-i
It will be remembered that W. II.
Wright. Treasurer of the Territory.
?ucccss,0' n,t0 'I"8 I'""1" unc-
Hon of tho Minister of tho Interior
whcn lc BOcct. wag chartcreilt votoe(
ti,c election of ofTlccrg conducted by
(i,c now Wongs. Judge Gear's decision
therefore overrules the action of tha
ie ity.n re inrer. , ,
Uon of Mr. S M-
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Th mnulM f thc Con8l)lnr fc.lon..;
eiccton meeting showed that only four
persons wcro present, although tho by-
laws prescribe that there should be two
managers and two ordinary members
present to form a quorum. Vice Con-'
sul Ooo Kim. Ahlo and 1-1 Cheung were
three of the number present.
Ever since the society was organized
In 1884, the custom has bcn to have
the membnrshlp consUt of the charter
members and any others whom the
prcsldont might Invite to Join. Thero
were no propositions for membership
other than that Just mentioned, no re
ports of investigating committee, no
balloting or open otlng for cnndl-
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The Grand Jury enmo Itito court )
terday nftcrnoou reporting eighteen
true bills ut Indictment and live Ig
nored. Most of tbo defendants were
arraigned before Judge Robinson this
morning with the following results:
John Wnlahao, larceny second de
gree, pleaded not guilty, nnd C. Crelgli
ton wus appointed to. defend lflia.
Willie Forrest and IloJert Pakl Ko
lllaa. larceny second tleEfoe, The foi
iner pleaded not guilty, the latter guil
ty. Kelllaa's sentence was suspended
until tho August term.
Itnbcrt I'akl Kolllan was arraigned
onlinother indictment for larceny first celebrate the Fourth of July In Hono
degrco and was sentenced to Imprison-1 ,ul" ' a manner calculated to eclipse
ment nt hard labor ono year.
Apuau, Seo.ua alias Manuel Peter,
and Daniel IX larceny sccomf degree.
Sequa wnR not present but will appear
under bond tomorrow, i ho other two,
laus of fourteen, pleaded not guilty
and S. P. Chilllnguorth was appointed
to defend them. They nre charged
iwllh stealing copper fittings from the
llnpld Transit Co.
1 J'"-' Aknna. laicciiy second degree.
Mded Hot guilty and Chns. F. Clem-
mons was appointed Tor His defense.
Wabllnnl. lni'ccnv secAnd degree.
.)(,a(le(j lot Blllt,. nnc, i, M jjtrnllB
was appointed his counsel.
Pedro Ilodrigucs, larceny sccGnd de
giee, pleaded not guilty and Wadu
Wnrren Thayer was appointed to de
Kahahana. larceny second
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to
fieri days at hard labor. Ho Is a steve
dore of twenty 'yoars' standing and
this was tho first tlmo lie over had
trouble with Justice.
Tal Lung, larceny second degree,
pleaded not guilty and A. L. C. Atkin
son was appointed for Tils defense.
Juan Ortl, larceny second degree,
pleaded not guilty nnd K. M. Watson
was appointed his counsel.
Knhn, malicious Injury, pleaded not
guilty nnd S. F. Chllllngworth was as-
riff; Andrews for defendant. Mr. Hey
no7a8 was nuilorzml to continue In
' onlco t0 .oll tll0 Iir0,)Crtv Hint cannot
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WDC, Hcrr iscnberg is pastor. Thu
. Instrument conies from the nvron
i..o order of I). P. 11. Isenberg. It will .
be sent to Its destination by the steam-1
cr W. O. Hall tonight. Hector Ilerg
strom of tho Uergstiom Music Co. goes
along to instal tho instrument.
S. S. Alameda, May 21, next express
to Coast. Express closes 3 p. m.
Tuesdny, May 20,
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TCL, MAIN 109.
Masonic Temple, with Amerlcji.
It was further found by Judge Clear
tlon of tho Minister of the Interior,
meaning the Treasurer under the pres
ent laws, as the society's charter re
quires. The by-laws of thc society had
not been acted upon, as to elections,
throughout the eighteen years of tha
society's existence. On thc other
linnd, the election of January 1 was
held nccordlng to the Invarlnbl" cus
Ju(1ro , ,., ,, ,., mv.
Ing been Ignored so long, nnd In tho
latest Instance by the plaintiffs them
selves, could not be regarded binding
now to oust the defendants. They
had been elected according to the un
interrupted custom of the society.
It had been shown that the plaintiffs
had conducted their election with but
four persons constituting the meeting,
where thc by-laws prescribed six as n
quorum, Judgo Gear, from all tlfpise
findings, concluded that C. K, Al and bb
soclntes wero thc ile facto officers of
tne society elected nccordlng to cus
tom and in possession of the records
Counsel for plaintiffs, F. M. Ilrooks
and I.orrln Andrews, noted an appeal
fiom thc decision.
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GOVERNOR COOPER WILL
MEET CITIZENS FRIDAY
Ways and Means Will Then Be
Discussed at Length Military
Has Already Decided
Patriotic American citizens nre now
actively at work on a proposition to
anyiuing ot ma Kinii mat lias ever ueen
held in this distinctly American com
niunlty. It U desired that this cele
bration shall take the same form as
Fourth of July celebrations always do.
' with a display of thc military forces,
tho making of patriotic speeches, tho
playing of brass bands and the grand
finale of fireworks. Hawaii did not da
cry well In its celebration of tho
Fourth of July last year and therefore
It Is desired to mako the celebration
tills year, one that will make up for
lost opportunities as well ns fitly rep
lescnt the event of the present year.
Governor Cooper has been known to
express himself very decided on a
I Fourth of July celebration nnd It hat
j been learned that It Is Ills Intention to
call n meeting of citizens for Friday to
dlscw&s na)i mid means nnd to appoint
' committees to take cbargo of tho work.
With this lnltlatlvo on tho part of tho
' Governor, the patriotic Americans who
are aircauy massing ior a uig ceieurn-
tlon expect that thc plan will be given
a start forward which will end In
nothing less than an Immenso success.
Governor Cooper was communicated
with over the telephone this afternoon
and in answer to a query, said: "I have
decided to call a mass meeting ot cltl-
zens for 3 o'clock Friday afternoon In
I the Capitol building. At (hat time, the
people will have a chanco to tako some
, action on the celebration of tho Fourth
1 nt Jlilv "
The military Is already taking a hand
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In tho celebration plan. Col. Jones
paid today that tho First Heglment. N.
G. II., would parado and that thero
would be target practice with thc big
guns down on tho waterfront.
KANilVVANUI VBRY LOW.
David Kanowanul, editor of tho Kuo
koa, who wns accidentally Bhot by a
friend in tho Kumehamcha Alumni
club house a fortnight or so ago and
who was taken to tho Queen's Hospl
tal for treatment, is qul.to law toduy.
He wns getting along very well up until
about three days ago when ho sudden
ly took a turn for tho worso and con
tinued to i aliow signs of falling
strength. Ho has had a hemorrhage
and has been left very weak Indeed.
Wray Taylor, Commissioner of Agri
culture, will make nn experimental
shipment of n box of mangoes to San
Francisco by tho steamer Alameda
sailing tomorrow morning. Tbo fruit
in not going In cold storage but on th'i
open deck. For thc experiment, which
is an Important one, the fruit Is cnio-
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fully picked at n particular singe Just
as can-fully pneK-
TIih Ironing Ilullotln.
75 cents rr
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X Senator Hanna: "No, I don't want the presidential nomlnctlon i
i Job. I have a Job now." St. Paul Pioneer Press. J
SAM JOHNSON TAKES.
PERCY LISIIMAfi'S PLACES
New Shell Being Repaired Lapstreak
Austrrlian Boat Considered By
Captain Harris to Be
The work of the Myrtle Uoat Club
rowing crews Is progressing in a very
satisfactory manner. The men are
bowing a growing Interest In their
work and mean to mako It hot for their
competitors on Ilegatta Day., So far,
only one change has been mado in tLc
crews. Sam Johnson taking l.lsbmans
place at bow in the senior crew.
The new shell w)ilch was rcclved
not long ago from tho Coast In such
a -bid condition hasibeu put In the
water and seems to be getting lua
Bhape. It Is continually belwc wet !n
the Insldo to mako thc wood swell bJrk
into shape nnd this process seems to
be working very satisfactorily.
Captain Harris states that In !ili
opinion thc difference In speed caurcd
by the defects of thc boat will i rob
ably bo so slight that it will be prac
In Captain Harris' opinion, the lap
streak Australian boat Is a more de
sirable, boat for thc club's uses than
the Davey shell, after which pattern tin
new boat was modeled. The Australian
lapstreak Is ot course heavier than tbo
Davey shell but on thc other hand tha
boats of thc last mentioned type on
account of their light construction. ain
so frail that the wear ot a couple of
seasons puts them entirely out of con
rREASui:mt'8 new office.
The office of tho Territorial Treaii
usrer has been removed Into thc tower
room adjoining the treasury. .Its for
mer room Is occupied by the Inspector
of licenses. There Is communication
between tho Treasurer's office and that
of the Superintendent of Public Works
by thc veranda, which Is an added con
venience for tlioso officials who often
liao to consult with each other. Mr.
Wright has had bis new quarters
tastefully furnished and equipped with
the latest electric light and telephony
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
Splendid Shoe Values For 8oys Whether In School or Out
EOYS' IiOX CALF, heavy
stitch, mat kid top, laco
11 1-2 to 2 1-2
Same, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-!
HOYS' PATENT KID, welt bals, mat
kid tops ; sizes 2 1-2 to C 1-S
HOYS' OXFOnDS. kid
vamp; sizes 21-2 to
HOYS' VICI KID, Ilalmoral
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1057 FORT STREET
i mil nm
Will Not Leave as Soon
as Had Been
LIAS STILL MUCH TO
DO ABOUT TOE1 LANDING
Several Available Site3 to Choose
From Coral Difficulty is not
S. S, Dickenson, representative of th -Mackay
Cable Company who Is at pres
ent in this city, will not Icavo as soon
as had been expected, as the matter of
procuring a suitable site for the land
ing of tho cable has not yet been set
tled. When asked as to whether tbo
coral surrounding thc coast of this
Island would provo seriously objection
able to tho cable, Mr. Dickenson spokf
"Tho laying of the cable would na
turally be a much easier matter In caso
we did not hao thc coral to contend
with. As It is, there seems to bo coral
nt all the places I have seen In the
vicinity of this city. Even nt places
where there Is smooth sand beach. I
havo found upon going a little dlstanc
outside In a canoe that there was coral
strata at a lesser or greater distance
from the beach.
"While It would bo -a much easier
and cheaper method to land the cabin
If there was no coral, we will not ba
prevented by it from landing the cabin
near Honolulu and adapt ourselves to
the existing circumstances. We will
have to use a much heavier cable than
Iho usual one, tho kind we call 'rock'
cablo, for a distance of a hundred miles
or so from the coast. This cablo Is
very heavy, being, built especially to
withstand the action of thc seas rub
bing it on rock nnd coral.
"This cablo Is likewise more expen
sive than the ordinary stylo used. It
(Continual on page 8.)
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