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WffT&6KOLUIiU. TKRRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY MAY 31,
Vol. XL No. 2162
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Its Answer to Complaint
JUDGE ROBINSON KEEPS
DIVORCE MILL GRINDING
Two New Divorce Cases Entered To
day Heeia Agricultural Company
vs. Frank Pahia Dis
continued. Judgo Humphreys today sustained
tho exceptions to the answer of tho
Honolulu Rapid Transit Company In
tho suit of Bun Kwong Man against It
self and tho Walklkl Land and Loan
It. M. Duncan by his attorney, T.
McCants Stewart, a'nswers tho com
plaint fii ejectment of Annie W. Akoug.
Ho claims to he occupying tho prem
ises under an oral agreement with II.
It. Hitchcock, who Is lawfully In pos
session under nn Instrument In writ
ing executed by plaintiff.
The ejectment suit of Heela Agricul
tural Co. vs. I'm uk Pallia has been dis
continued by Hobcrtson & Wilder, at
torney for plaintiff.
A nolle prosequi was granted by
Judgo Hobtnson for I.cno, a natlvo
woman Indicted for petty larceny.
Judge Robinson granted decrees of
divorce today In Mary Isabel HarruC
vb. Ernest 1.. Harrub and Mary M. Ma'
llan vs. K. C. Mallan.
Tho Morgan divorce ense will be
heard this afternoon.
Tho Castro and IlrjanC Divorce cases
are continued for Tho term.
Summons and libel In dlvorco wore
l&succl today In Geo. 11. Van Glcsen vs
Hllzabeth K. Van Glcsen and Lelilohn
Carroll vs. John W. Carroll.
SLIGHT SHOCKS FELT
AT UONOKU, HAWAII
Rilauea Steaming Up-Dense Clouds
of Black Smoke -Kinau Returns
From Hilo and Way
KUauea Is steaming up and an oc
casional flight rumble Is heard from
the direction of the volcano. When the
Kinau left Hilo great clouds of denso
smoke wero Issuing from the mouth of
In the night time a gentle glow la
seen In the heavens In the direction of
Admiral lleckley, purser of tho Kl
nau, reports a couple of slight earth
quake shocks In the Hamakua district.
The Bhocks were felt strongest at Ho
nokaa, Ono shock was felt on Wed
nesday last. The first shock was felt
Tho shocks were very slight and no
damage wns done. It Is thought by the
natives that I'clo Is soon to make a
demonstration. An unusual glow In
the sky was noticeable last Saturday
night. It wns thought by many per
sons at Honokaa that KUauea had com
menccd to erupt.
at homo by what you do nnd
the company you keep,
YOUR PHOTOGRAPH I
Why not havo a good pic
tu re and make a goud Im
pression abroad as well as
nt homo? We can do It for
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Dlock, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union,
MM Ell II
RUNAWAY ON II
Tho Y M. C. A picnickers and a
party of I'unahou people who also
went up Tantalus yesterday to enjoy
a holiday In the mountains were treat
ed to some excitement In the form of a
The Y. M. C. A. party had only pro
ceeded part of the way to the summit
when a fine bay horso camo tearing
past them down the road. He hnd a
pair of shafts dangling at his sides
which 'finally Interfered wltn his wild
career by getting between his legs and
throwing him Into a dense growth of
lantnna at the side of the road.
Tho horso lay so perfectly still that
some of the Y. M. C. A. boys managed
to unfasten tno shafts. As the anlmnl
did not movo or show any other sign
of life, the boys that It was dead and
left It. A few moments later, the
horse sprang to Its feet and tore down
the road. When It had gono n little
dlntnnre, the I'unahou people met the
horso and secured It. Tho animal was
entirely uninjured. A little later, the
occupants of the rig which had met
with the accident, a lady and a gentle
man. were met wltK. They also had
escaped without Injury. Tho carriage
a phncton, was badly damaged. The
people who had had the accident were
taken home by the collegians. Their
names were not ascertained.
After tho meeting of the Republican
execililve commfttee, which takes
place at 7:30 tonight In tho Elite
building, and whlcn will be very
short, there will be an open meeting
at which Senator George It. Carter
will make an address, relating his ex
peiTenccs In Washington and making
recommendations for the way to carry
on the work In the future on a basis of
what he has found out In Washington.
All Republican workers, ns well as ev
eryone Interested In the cause, are In
vlled to this meeting.
The pattern department of tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works seems to be hoo
dooed. This morning, both its fore
men were unable to attend to their
work. Reed, tho foreman, did not turn
up and It was ascertained later on that
he was suffering from a sudden stroko
of paralysis wnlch has completely par
alyzed his right side, Tho vlco toro
man In the same department Is Dun
can, who wns concerned In tho cutting
affray In Kcwalo last night.
GOT QUICK ANKWliU.
An Interesting test of the police,
alarm In the banks was made recently.
High Sheriff Drown dropped Into Ulsh-
op's bank and In the course of conver
sation with S. IC. Damon tho latter
Jocularly asked how long It would yiko
the sleepy men at tho police station to
reach the bank In event of nn alarm
being turned in. shcrltr mown re
marked theic was nothing like trying
and forthwith turned In an uhum from
tho bank. Watches were held, and a
policeman came lushing into the bank
Just tlfteen seconds after the alaim
wua turned In,
MAKIifB ROUGH TRIP.
Tho Bteamor James Makcc, Captain
Tullett, arrived from Anahola this
morning at 10:"25 o'clock nfter a rough
experience wIHi wind and water. Shu
was unable to land all of her freight
at ports of destination on account of
tho roughness of tho sea. Tho Makeo
brought IS00 bags of sugar and 1000
bags of rice. She sailed from Anahola
last evening at CMu o'cldck'.' No
freight was landed at Kapaa on ac
count of the weather. Kalihlwal
freight was landed nt Hanalel for tlit
SIIEUIPH'S BALB 8T0PPI1D.
IT. S. Marshal Hendry Intervened this
morning to htop a sheilff's sale under
execution on a Judgment by Dlstrlit
Magistrate Dickey In tho case of J. l
Humburg vs. Lum Tong, Chlng Lin
Sung nnd Cha Lin. copartners under
the firm name of. Wing Wo Company.
Tho sale wns stopped terause the
Judgment debtor la In bankruptcy. It
wns to liae taken place at noon toduy.
The execution was for (276.15.
Tenders were received at tho Kaplo
la til Instate, Ltd . office at 12 noun to
day for the building to bo constiuctcd
nt the corner of King und Alnkeu
stiects. They are as follo.v.i Hoffman
& Riley. $61,099; J. V. Howler, $6l.3ii:
Concrete Construction Co., Ltd.. $C8
210: Dwlght& Jordan. (59.9S 1.30; K II.
Itcdward. (61.883; Hawaiian Kngineer
Ing and niiildlng Co, (61.212 3Q: A.
Harrison Mill Co , $7G,r.0O; Hondiilu
l'lnnliig Mill, Lucas liros., J.'l.leO
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
First National Saloon. '
Humphreys' Kamalo Decision
Upheld By Supreme Court
The Supreme Court at noon today the defendants Ilustace. Kgan and Fos
handed down a decision In .he Kamalo ler "did unlawfully combine, conspire
....... i. i i..i and confederate and agrco together t
Sugar Company s case. It Is agilnst thq IlockhoWcM ,
the promoters The decree of fudgo lhe Knnialo Sugar Company, Llmltel
Huinphrejs Is affirmed except with te- la Hawaiian corporation, out nf the
gard to counsel fees, which arc ledttc- sum of $33,000 In cash and C000 shares
cd from 20,000 to J7S00 by majority. f the paid up stock o the said Kama
. .. .. 1.1 ...ii. ,i,ii.i, lo Sugar Company, Limited, as alleged
Justice Galbriilth personal! thinks tho an . n ,., w, on
amount of fees should be $10,000. fl )n (,g 8Ut,
Justice (lalbrnltb Is writer of th); The Judge alto found that the par
opinion, which Is unanimous und m i value of the shares was J20 at the lime.
. ... ,ii,.. laud that the conversion of tho ironey
tullabus as follows; I . . . . , , . ,
, promoter Is the fiduciary of th i
corporation he brings Into existence
und of those whom he Indu-os to buy
Its shares. It Is duty to make full
and fair disclose of the facts to tho
shareholders or subscribers.
"Where promoters organlz a cor
poration for the purpose of selling
properly or options they own, ind
make un agreement with themselves
as promoters or stockholders, 'or the
company to buy their prop.-rty oi
options, at a profit, and do not .Usoloiu
to, the shareholders or subscribers,
other than themselves, tho teims of
bald agreement, such fnllure to dis
close Is a fraud and the agreement cld.
nnd the amount of the prod. mad by
the promoters may be re. overed 'n
eqult)-, nt the suit of the sto.'kholdr:.
where the proper officers refuse lo act.
The parties to the suit are JUivoy It.
Hitchcock, Uiwrcnce II. Dec. Harry L.
twills and Charles J. riihel, m be
half of themselves and all other stock
holdeis In the Knmalo Sugar Com
pany, Limited, vs. Krank Hustuce,
John J. Ilgan, Krank II. Koster and
the Kamalo Sugar Company, Ltmlto 1
Circuit Judge Humphreys in his (In-1
cree which Is thus confirmed found that ,
WAR VETERANS STAND
OF DEPARTED COMRADES
.Menioilal Day pjrjda this year was
.ixcellent In'eveiy particular. Seen
fiom Nuiinnu street as It came down
Vlncvard stiect Just after getting well
away, the procession made a beautiful
sight. Next the mounted police, with
ttars glinting lu the sun, was the fresh
khaki color of the legulurs. Behind
that came the white mass of the Terri
torial b.iml, followed by the daik blui
of the Hawaiian National Guard. Tho
bobbing white helmets of the KnlgbU
of P thins appeared like foam crests
amidst the sea of heads. Then thn
sober gra of tho Kamehamoha cadcta.
with their blue banner overhead, moved
ahead of tho caiilnges containing tho
members of Geo W. Do Long Post
with visiting comrades of the G. A. II.
and civil and millt.uy o Ulcers. All of
thn marching bodies made a tlno ap
pearand! tu Ktep nnd depoitment. The
Huwallan volunteer militia probably
never turned out in bettei sticngth of
companies und more soldierly bearing.
Following was the order of procession.
Grand Marshal Harry Wilier and
Aide, H C. Kuston.
Detachment of Regulars fiom Camp
Lieut. Col, McCarthy and Staff.
Regimental Drum and Iluglc Corps.
Klrst Regiment, N. O. II. 1'lrst Dal
tdllnn, Major Zelgler, Second
II. ittullon, Major Camara.
I'niformed Rank, Knights of Pythias
Kumehamchu School Uaiul.
Kumehumcha School Cadets, Major
Carriage with Judge i:stee, Post Com
mander i: A. Strout, Chaplain
Nelson and Comrade C. II.
O. A. R. Veterans of George W. Do
Long Post, No. 45.
Governor Cooper, Adjutant General
Sopcr, Captain Hawcs und
Staff Ofilccrs Captain Atherton, Cap
tain White und Captain Kenakc.
Lieutenant Colonel Glrard, U. 8, A.
und Captain Williamson, TT. S. A.
Hon i:. P Dole, Hon, J, H Iloyd, Hon.
W II. Wright, Hon. H. S. IJoyd.
Federal Ofuclals Marshal U. R. Hen
dry, i:. R Htackablo (Collector of
Ciibtoms) und R. II. Chamber
lain (Collector of Internal
Ceremonies at Cemetery.
1'pon arriving at the cemetery thn
veterans und their guests, the oiutor
of the day und tho artillery squad from
Camp McKinloy. with tho Territorial
band, filed into the cemetery and form-
ed a hollon squuic allium! the G. A.
R burial plot. The wirluus companies
,(, orderC(, tlle moncy nllll slock or
Its equivalent In essh.pald to the clerk
of the court for the Kamalo Sugar Co presume that It was promoted as a
He also allowed the attorno)s for the legitimate enterprise In whose man
plulntlffs a fee of J20.000, which was to'ngemc,lt business Integrity. If not abll
be paid by the company. The cash ty anj prudence, were lo be Important
value or tno judgment as against litis-
lace. Egan and Koster was $155,000. neglected to cite any authority, sup
Judgo Humphreys allowed KostO- 10 porting the nssumptlon that the charnc
for cash paid out. but the plaintiffs did tor of n transaction, whether It Is rlgnl
not appeal from this. i0r wrong, honest or dishonest, lawful
Justice Oalbralth says: 'Much Etress or unlawful, is to be determined nv the
Is laid upon the fact that the time tbla degree of prosperity existing in the
company was organized wns one of ac.tomrallnty Wc understand that, in
tlve expansion In the sugar Industry; ti,0 aWj rRllt Bn(1 ro,, ,! anJ
thnt speculation ran riot and prosperity theft, embezzlement and perjury lie
In all of Hb delightful luxuriance was ,he 8amc tn 8Uni,hlne and In rain, 'n
here .that the major part of the popii- Ulucil of pcn,y nnd ln famm., and that
latlon of tho Islands wns cai r aud the conduct of these defendant i r.iust ba
----- j measured by a rtxed stundini without
, , , . . .'reference to the degree uf commercial
Allen Robert Scilmgeour, aged 21 ,. " . ....
, ,, ,, .i i c- .i.. activity at the time of their opera-
years, and Harold Alexander Scilm- .
, ,n . - i..i. .nai.n i lions.
fel'Ulir, UMI li JVUIB. Willi IVOl'Jl. h tK
Onkland, Cal nephews and holm ol
the late A. II. Scrlmgoour, by their at
torneys, Hussel & Wntson, filed n mo
tion to require the administrator to fll
la detailed Inventory with valuations
blank to bo filled by appraisers, whom
they petition tho court to appoint
of the National Guard rnmc singly In
to the cemetery and decorated the
graves of their comrades. The Kainc
humcliu School cudets and their band
wtut on to the Ro)al .Mausoleum
grounds und paid respects tu the mem
ories of the Kuinehamehns nnd to their
benefactress, tho late Princess Ilcrnlc-j
t'halis were ai ranged on one side of
the G. A. R, plot In which Judge i:ntee.
the oiutor of the day. Governor Cooper,
his staff. Federal olllcluls und invited
guests were scuted. Tho veterans sat
upon the curbing of the plot. Above
nil floated tho Stars and Stripes at half
mast, and at the foot of the Hag stall
wus a cannon draped with the national
coIqib. The services at the grave were
conducted In the following order.
Ritual i:. A. Strout, Post Commander
Robert Nelson, Chaplain
Illation Hon. M M. i:stee
President Lincoln's Gettysburg Ad
dress Mrs. W. W. Hull
Roll Call of the Dead
John W. Francis, Adjutant
Decorating of Graves
1 W. II. Williams, Ofllcei of the Day
Sulute the Deud
Henedlctlon . ...Rev. H. S. Mucklcj
Judge IMcc wns heartll applauded
for his stilling oration, uh was Mis
Hall for her elocutional- e'lu nun ot
Lincoln's Gettysburg speech Tho ad
dress of Judge i:stec wus us Mluws
Mv Friends and Fellow Citizens
.Tin1 thlilleth day of Muj will ulways,
lin Ameilca, be a day consecrated to
'the memory of her bohllcr dead We
'all acknowledge our debt of gratitude.
to the soldiers of the lebclllon. Today
bu.000,000 of the Ameiicaii people stand
uiicoveied In the presence of threo hun
dred thousand of the martyred dcud,
who died that this countiy might live;
whoso lives wero given as u runsom tor
national life, for freedom, foi union
nnd for llbcity.
It Is forty jeiirs Blnte tho bravo men
now silent In their graves, shouldered
their guns nnd marched to tho front to
defend or to din foi their counti) No
one who has not been tried In tho ciu
clble of a soldier's life, who bus not
made long und toilsome mutches, who
uas not paced the golcnm sentinel's
lound In the dark und storm by night,
or who bus not helped to form tho first
rank In tho deadly c bulge, can full)
iicppiec late what a soldlei's lift iihmub
The muu without patriotism is u
muu without u country, und the highest
I lest of u man's patiloilsin Is exhibited
when he willing) defends his countiy
nnxlous to buy sugar stocks, that thi
plaintiffs and others who bouglu shares
In the Kamalo Sugar Compan), Limit
ed, did so without asking an ques
tions nnd considered it a privilege tn
have shares allotted to thcr,, that tin
transaction was all n gamble and when
the excitement subsided the plalntlffj
discovered that they had fatted to real
ize on their exaggerated expectations,
mid by this suit seek to avoid the re
sponslbltity of their own folly .t.i.I to
shift tho burden of their Inwi to the
Commenting on this plei he says "1 ho
public- who were Invited to buy the
shares of this company had a right to
cunstltutent elements." Counsel have
' Counsel for plaintiffs were Geo.
Davis, T McCants Stewnit, R
Hatch. II. L. Marx. J. A. Mngnon, T. I.
Dillon and J Llghtfoot. while those
for the defendants were Robertson &
Wilder, Kinney, nallou & McClanvlian
ond F. W. Hankey.
In war, for the strength of a nation is
In Its men, In Its ability to defend It
self through their devution to principle
nnd their love of right. There must
be u mutual love among the people for
iiicir country. It was this devotion to
principle, this love of country, so
characteristic of the American people,
that called to arms u million uf Ameri
cans to defend the Union.
In this Republic each citizen Is a
part of the nation; he shuies In Us
triumphs und lu Its defeats, for thu
people urc tho government. Our coun
try is our home. Without a country
we would have no home, no Hug, no
patriotism, uo hoiioied giuvcs to dec
orntc. Imagine a country with uo Il
lustrious dead, lu America, every na
tional cemetery Is a monument to Am
ei lean patriotism.
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iiil- IIUilU .w uij ui nn- ihi'iiuuuc XJl
1 tiu United States us at present orgaalz-
r,l l. , ninst llllmtrlntm wlornn n.
soclation in the world, it has rallied
together tho living soldiers of pasl
wars und It has glorllied Its heroic
deud. It bus declared all American
wars were national wars, und that Am
erican veteran soldiers are the wards of
the nation. Thus by their iulliieucii
this government has piovidcd homes
for old und disabled soldicis und tlieio
by this generation bus shown that ii
has not fulgutteu the heroes of the
Tho old soldiers represent tho con
seivatlsiu of the past nnd the patriot
ism of tho present. The Grand Army
of the Republic has uo enemies in
peace, as it has uo politics lu war
'I hey nru the friends of the dead
whether they wcue the blue oi the gtu)
They stand for all thut Is American.
And they know thut no man can light
under tho Sturs and Stripes without
loving thut Hag and the country It
In uo sliitfi" Instanco havo tho gal
lant sons ot America failed their
country in time of peril Tho greal
Republic has always been sustained
by the faithful devotion of free men
Wealth mil) aid in preserving a na
tion, but It cun never alone make II
great or till tho ranks of the army
I Wc meet today in the name of peace
I Theic Is a common brotherhood union;
th veterans of tke war of the Rebel
I lion whether they woie the bluo oi Uie
gray Dead men ate not euemiej and
happily, among the living the unlmus!
tles of the rebellion lire ended All
wein Ameilians lu that wur, nnd wu
come bete now, not to deioia'e thu
graves of the Union dead i ir also tho
I graves of the Coufi delate dead if tlmo
beany here Mistaken the) ui.i) have'
I been but the) fought a hie i flsht.
1 (Continued on page S ) I
Considerable talk has been Indulged
In on the waterfront nnd elsewhere
nmong those Interested In gasolinr
launches, one man claiming that his
launch can whip nn) thing of the clam
that floats In point of speed ami the
other asserting the same thing.
Said n gasoline launch owner this
morning 'What a the matter with som
of the boasters writing out a challenge
and proving what the say. If they eon
Let us have a gasollna launch rare It
w6uM lie an exciting affair, especially
for the contestants Let us race. sa
ten miles outside the harbor. There
are numerous launches down here
guod ones, too."
W. I'angelly nged 63 and nn cmplojc
of the grocery department of T. II. Da
vies & Co.. engaged In a conflict with
T II Duncan, nged 45, of tho Honolulu
Iron Works, between 7 nnd 8 o'clock
last night, with tho result that tho lat
ter now lies ln the Queen's Hospital
with Knlfo wounds on his left shoulder,
bead and left nTid right hands. Tho
palm of tho left band was cut to
shreds. When first taken to tho bos
pltnl, It was thought Duncan could not
live, but ho milled nnd there Is coino
hopo for him.
Tfic troublo was over Mrs. I'angelly,
the husband objecting to tho ntten
tlons of Duncan to his wife. The lat
ter had gone recently to tho Pangclly
house, 973 Queen street, to reside.
Yesterday, Mrs. Pangclly and Dun
can went riding together and I'angelly
objected. Duncan took part in tho
controversy, and Pangclly, going to
the kitchen, got a knife and wielded it
with telling effect.
I'angelly wns found In his houso by
the police. Ills clothes, hands and
face were covered with blood He Is
now booked at the police stntlon for
F M, Swanzy. chairman of the com.
mlttcc which has In charge tho ur
rangements for the celebration of the
ca-onntlon of King Kdw.iiil VII.. which
takes place on Juno CJ has upisilnt'd
the following co-ninlttes to tako
charge of the different plnsej of tho
Finance W M. (Iirf.inl T. C. Da
vies, A. A. Young, J M IJevvs.-tt, A. W.
T. Hottomlov, J. II Fur.ilay.
Church Service T. i' Davie, Wray
Tailor. J. C Cook. II W. .M. Mln, li
V Jordan, i:. Stllej.
Farly Cloilng J. A. Kenifdj, J G.
Rnthwll, J. Wnl.eilc I
Sports A. L. C. Atkln,on, R. An
derson, R. A. Jordan. II F. Ileaiumcre,
Rev. V. II. Kltcut. F llJirlson. II. II
Sinclair, A R Hatfield, L. G. Black
man, i:, II Wodehouj", -I. h Angus,
W. II. Pain,
Hall W. L Stanley, J. T. Irvine, II.
W. M Mist. II. McK Harrison, M. It.
Jamieson. II Arinltage, W G. Single- '
burn. J Dull
Fortter. II. O
llobt Cutton, C. M. V.I
Danford, D W. Andcr-
ton, J. L, Cockburu, R
75 cents rt-r
Thu Evening Bulletin
S. S. 8IERRA, May 27,
Next Express Steamer to Coast.
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
TEL. MAIN 1B9.
Masonic Temple, with Amerlojn
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.
1057 PORT STREET
Fine Showing Made By
PASSED IN REYIEW
BEFORE TUE GOVERNOR
Band Leads Procession Out To Miki
Parade GroundsVarious Move
men's Indulged In
By Men. -
At it 30 o'clock this forenoon the
police under command of HI) h Shcrlrt
Urown and Deput) Sheriff Chllll-ig-worth
started out uora tho i-oil sri-
"on " 'e niarcu 10 me .viakiki recrca.
tlon grounds, there lo go through varl-
Ions drill movements for the huent ol
.Cifcrnor Cooper. The appei'.iiice ot
I il.iiiolulu's flnrst 'vnr most del ubli
ami reflects great credit upon the High
'Sheriff, his deputy nnd Captain Par
ker, one ot the best drill r.udterd in tho
country nnd a most painstaking ottuer.
1 The band under Captnln Ilergsr led
I off the procession, pliyln," a ihc(y
march which put the pollrpm-n at oncn
ln a frame of mind that made mnrchiuq
a pleasure Next came ihe foot police,
forty-one strong, under conmianj ol
Captnln Robert Walpa Patl'cr with
I Captain Kanae and Lieut. Pohnku i.s
After the foot police came ih- High
l Sheriff and his deputy, nuii'iteii on
ilannle l-rnv horse. Thn mounted na-
trol. twelve strong, und under comnund
of Sidney Smith, closed tho procession,
I'pon arrival at the King utrvt en
trance to the Capitol ground i. High
Sheriff Drown and his deputy took
their places at the head of the foot po
lice, the men executed fours right and
the whole column marched Into the
grounds und up to the right ot tho
Istulrs leading to the building. Tbs
band then inarched past the stairs upon
which were standing Governor Henry
I; Cooper. Superintendent of Public
Works Ilnvd, Treasurer W II. Wright,
I jviiuriiey cfcnerui uuie, acc-ieiary i.
O. Hawes of the Governor's office. As
sistant Deputy Attorney General
Douthltt and Jailor William Henry.
The band having taken a position
on the left the police marched past at
a present. Governor Cooper returning
the Milute The hand then marched
around to the right, met the column of
the police at the rear of the building
and then took up the march to the
At a little after 10 o'clock the police
squad reached Maklki und filed ln on
the baseball grounds. After n few
maneuvers had been gone through
with by both the mounted nnd foot
police, the men weie allowed to fall
out for a short rest
There was quite a crowd prexrnt on
the grounds to witness the maneuvers.
Uuder a runvus suspended tn the shndo
()f the hie klawe trees In the mauka
comer of the Held sat Governor Cooper.
I Treasurer Wright, Sccretar) Hawes
land Warden Wm. Henry. The were
i Joined b High Sheriff Urown nnd
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth who
acted as aide-de-camp to the high
I sheriff Captain Uerger with the Tqr-
rltorlal band took a stund near this
tent and every now and then enliven-
ed the proceedings with martial music.
A number of cameras, large and
small, were In evidence, waiting for a
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