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Vol. XL No. 21G0. V AiW
8 THE AMERICAN MOVEMENT IN ENGLAND. 8 JAl flllLO
j Amerleomanla Is now at much the rage over there at Anglomania X
5 formerly was here. Chicago Record-Herald. v
Amerleomanla Is now at much the rage over there at Anglomania
formerly was here. Chicago Record-Herald.
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Fine Specimen Seen at
S. M. Damon's Coun
ALREADY HAS ABOUT
260 FINE LOOKING BEANS
Expert Gardener Donald Mclntyre
Has Somewhat to Say on
Subject Artifical Fertilization.
WILLIAM T. RAWLINS
AS SPECIAL REFEREE
the fact by growing on tils place nl
Kallhl a vine that produced at on
time 103 well-developed beans.
Mr. Edwards In Komi is now expert
meriting with the vanilla bean and
from results so far achieved, there
seems to be no doubt whatever that lis
will BticcecJ In showing to those Inter
cstcd that the valuable product can 04
raised In Hawaii as well as In any
country where It has Its natural habi
tat. I The vanilla bean Is also growing out
at the Jaeger place on Klug, Piinalion
and Ilcrctanla streets, but not much
attention has been paid to Its culture.
I When the Christmas Bale of plants
from the beautiful gardens of Hon. b
M. Damon at Moanalua tool: place last
year, there were several of the plants
sold and these aro now distributed it
various places throughout the city.
A Uullctln reporter, hearing that
there was a fine plant at the Damon
place In Moanalua, went down the
.road the other day to tnspect It and
found something there thut far ex
ceeded his expectations. Tlie vino
" "" " 'was shown to the reporter by Donald
Vanilla (planlfolla) An epiphytal Mclntyre. tlio expert gardener who
nlant of the orchid family (Orchlda- has the cafe of Mr. Damon's Moannhu
ceae), growing somewhat like Ivy, with estate.
thick, laurel-like leaves, native of tha This vanilla plant Is only two yoars
West Indies and tropical America. It old and yet it has attained a height of
has Insignificant greenlsTt flowers, and nine feet, and over, for It has not only
produces a pod-lllto fruit 5 to 10 inches grown up and covered an old stump
long, and 1 inch in clrcumfcrenco, at least nine feet high, but It has turn
which Is well known for Us grateful ed the other way again and grown
aromatic qualities, and Is used in con- down for quite a distance. The stump
fcctlonery, perfumery and medicine. In Itself Is completely covered by tno
commerce, It Is In proportion to bulk plant, which, by tlio way, Is not at all
the highest-priced vcgctablo produc
tion Imported. The greatest Importa
tion to this country (England) Is from
the eastern parts of Mexico. It Is now
cultivated In Guiana and other parts
prepossessing In its appearance,
Mr. Mclntyre explained that when
the cutting was put Into the ground. It
was planted In a semicircle about tlio
stump, the stem being Inserted Into
Commissioner Gill Bearing the Admir
alty Damage Suit of Lorenzen vs.
Inter-Island Steam Naviga
Taketn was ndjudged a bankrupt by
Judge Ksteo tills morning, lleforo
judgment was given tho respondent
gavo evidence of his affairs from hU
books. Prank S. Thompson and Thay
er & Hcincnwny nppcared for different
of tho petitioning creditors, and K. M.
Urooks lor the respondent. Tho court'
decision was based solely' on the fact
that, under the law, tho respondent nad
within four mouths past, committee! an
act of bankruptcy by glvlngi n prefer
pnee to .1 particular creditor.
To relievo tho mind of respondent's
counsel, who contended that no fraud
had been shown, the court stated that
its judgment carried no Btich Imputa
tion. The question ot fraud would
have to be Investigated by tho referoii
and the Irustec, nnd everybody con
cerned would be fully heard.
Mr. Thnycr suggested that a Bpocla
referee should bo appointed, as Mr,
Fleming was a partner of Mr. Thomp.
son. The court assented to the prin
ciple with the remark: "I wish It to bo
understood that I have the utmost con
fldence In Mr. Fleming, but ns he Is
associated with one of tho counsel In
this ease It might not look lust nice.'
Mr. Thompson said lie would much
prefer chat Mr. Fleming should not
act. and cordially seconded the noml
nntlon by Mr. Drooks of WTTllam T,
Rawlins nt special referee.
United States Commissioner Edwin
S. aill began tRRlng evidence at 11
o'clock in the admiralty suit of First
Mate Lorenzen of tlio barkentlne lrm
gard against the Inter-Island Steam
Navlgatl ia Company. As fully reported
from tho complaint when entered, tho
plaintiff claims $10,240 duni.Tge's of the
respondent on account of having had
his right leg broken and permanently
Injured by tho falling upon him of a
sllngload ot sugar being transferred
from tho hold of lespon'dent's steamer
Noeau to tho hatch of tho Irmgard.
J. J. Dunne nnd It. W. Ilrcckons arc
attorneys for complainant, nnil Smith
& Lewis for respondent.
RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY
MAKES ITS ANSWER
To Custody of
A majority decision In the Walter Q.
Smith contempt caie was handed down
by the Supreme Court this afternoon.
Chief Justice Frear and' Justice Qat-
bralth agree In remanding the prison
er to the custody of the High Sheriff.
Justice Perry dissent.
It is understood that the eate will b
taken to the United Statet District
BEFORE JUDGE DICKEY
Story of Shooting of Kanewanui-
" I Forgive You, Dan; You
AT 01 MOT
of tropical America, as also In Ceylon, the grounU at a number of places, thus
India, and other parts of tho East. Va- assuring the budding forth ot several
ullllnc, the active principle of Vanilla, nhoots. Tho plant grow and thrived,
Is now closely Imitated, nnd manufnc- Bmi although no particular attention
turcd from" plno wood and clove oil wnB given, a few months saw It one of
John Smith's Dotnny. n, most thrifty of tho various plants
in the gardens.
Will tho vanilla bean thrivo In Ha. gome nino months ago, or when tho
wall and become In tho future one ol piant waa about fourteen months old,
the principal products of the Islands! bi0g8oms began to show and It was
This Is a question that Is now agltat- lncn that the prou!n of fertilization
Ing tho minds r a largo number ol ar0B0, n,0 blossoms wore most hardy
people who, from what they have nnu- Bl0wed that they were well dovol-
heard of tho success met with In the onC(1 overy way,
raising of the vanilla bean on tho Knowing that the Insect which fer-
small Bcalo hero aro rapidly coming to tj,cg tho bogsonia , the homo of Iho
tho conclusion that tho question can vaniia niBnt waB nt nrcscnt In the
Islands, Mr. Mclntyre began the work
of artificial fertilization, making it nec
essary for him to attend dally to every
new (lower that conies out In tho
morning. This work cannot' bo ccg
lected, for tho flowers last but a short
tlmo and must be attended to while
fresh. Mr. Mclntyro does this work
every day at 9 a. m.
Tho method Is very simple The
pollen is simply removed by means of
a knlfo rrom tho male part of tho flow
er and transferred to' tho temalo part.
This iloos tho work as well as if an
Insect had been present and tho lower
portion begins to swell and soon a
bean Is developed. Every slnglo flow
er has been treated In this manner and
In not a slnglo Instanco has tho ex
periment failed. .
The gardener has achieved tho mag
nificent result of 200 well-developed
Claims that the Chinese Firm Does
Not Own the Land Agreement
bo answered In, tlio affirmative.
Allan Herbert, tho veteran horticul
turist nnd a man who has been foi
many years In a position to study tha
conditions hero, stntes poslttvoly that
the vanilla bean can bo grown and
that largo profit can bo derived there
from. Ihileed, ho has demonstrated
Having had its demurrer overruled,
the Honolulu Hapld Transit and Land
Company by Its president, I.. A. Thurs
ton, has made an answer to tho com
plaint of tho members of the Sun
Kwong Man Company. It alleges on
Information and belief that the Walklkl
Land and Loan Association Is tho own
er In fee simple of the land claimed by
plaintiffs, free of any charge, lcn, In
cumbrance or lease held by or on be
half of plaintiffs. Acting on such in
formation, the Rapid Transit Company
entered Info a contract with the Wal
klkl Land nnd Loan Association, In
James McKec entered upon tho preml-
Camp McKinlcy Is nt present having
111 a small scale a sensation somewhat
like tho recent sensntion In military
quarters In other parts of the globe, It
has been discovered that $290 worth of
goods have disappeared from the stores
of the quartermaster and an Investiga
tion Is now on foot attempting to find
and punish the guilty party.
The discovery that thu goods had
been taken and that the records con
cerning them had been tampered with.
was made In the early part ot April of
this year. The matter was Investigat
ed and n general court martial ordered.
Lieutenant Colonel (llrard Is tho
presiding officer of this court, the rest
of the members being Captain William
son. Captain Pierce and Lieutenants
Robinson. Ilehr and Jones.
Tho acting quartermaster. C. Thorn
ton. Is at present under surveillance
and had his case before the court mar
tial on Tuesday nnd Wednesday ot this
week, during which two days the evi
dence was beard.
K. S. Thompson appeared for the de
fendant, while Lieutenant Newton act
ed for the prosecution.
The charge ,s that of falsifying gov
ernment, recorjls as Quartermaster
Lieutenant Davis who mndo tho dis
covery of tho fact that something was
wrong, has found that tho company
schedules did not correspond with the
abstracts signed by the olllccrs and that
the figures on these abstracts had been
changed after they had been signed by
The proceedings brought out but lit
tlo substantial evidence ngalnst the de
fendant. It was found that Thornton
was not the only man holding n key
to the storerooms, quartermaster's
clerks Meek and Lnchmnn nlso having
been In possession of keys thereto.
Of these two men Meek was discharg
ed from the service same tlmo ago and
haH since then left this country. The
prosecution was able to show that while
Meek was here he had sold considerable
quantities of soldiers' clothing around
town. Lachman Is still In camp.
While It has been clearly put In evi
dence that the goods aie missing and
that the figures on the records of the
stores have been changed, tho case
has conic down to a question of hand
writing nnd there is ns yet probably
nothing to show who falsified the
During the hearing, W. A. llowen of
Castle & Coooke testified" to tho good
character of the defendant' whom ho
stated he had known for some time
past. Mr. llowen said, that he showed
confidence enough In tne Integrity of
tho defendant to be willing to put up
for the counsel's fees for the defense.
The court martial will sit again on
this coming Monday, when the closing
arguments will bo heard.
The case of Daniel Yowcll, charged
with manslaughter In the first degree,
came up in the Police Court this fore
noon and by previous arrangement, was
tinnsferred to Judge Dickey's court
where the trial began shoitly after 3
o'clock, Attorney Dc Holt appearing for
the defense and Attorney Ashford for
the prosecution. The complaining wit
ness. Mrs. Kancwanul, was alto present
during the proceedings.
The first witness placed on thu stand
was Kekuewn, who was present lu thu
room at the club house on Fort street
011 the evening of tho shooting. Ho
stated that Yowcll stood at the door
with it revolver In his hand. He was
pulling at the trigger uud the witness
told him to stop "monkeying" with thu
weapon, He said tlicic was nothing In
It ami opening tlio revolver showed
thut what ho said was the truth. Hu
held In his hand the five cartridges
which he had previously extracted. De
feated went into his awn room and no
tilled those present that he was going
to get bis own gun. After that, luwcll
put one ot the cartridges In his rcvol
vcr. Kancwanul was standing at the
door. He aimed through the window
uf the room occupied by witness nnd
then brought the rlllc to an "order.'
Yowell then said, '"I'll show you some
thing," and putting n cartridge Into
the revolver, turned nnd pulled the
trigger. Deceased fell to the groun'l
and when those In the place went tu
him. he said: "dive my regards to my
baby; I forgive you, Dan."
Dr. Wuyson. who was called to at
tend on the deceased, traced the course
of the fatal bullet and stated In con
clusion that the wound made was null)
dent to cause death.
James Sakuma, nnother boy who was
In the room at the time of the shooting,
stutcd that ho hud warned the defend
ant not to play with the revolver. At
Kancwanul was being raised up he
said: "I forgive you Dan; you havu
Jas. W. Harvey gavo some expert
testimony as to the revolver and when
it should and should not go oft and
then Yowcll, as tho last witness, took
the stand. Ho stated that he nnd the
deceased were quite Intimate nnd wcro
very good friends. They had supper
Mamma: "I'm sorry to learn that you stand at the foot of your ctatt.
I can hardly believe It pottlble."
Bobby: "Why, It's the eaolest thing In the world."
(Continued on pago f.)
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LESS THAN TWO WEEKS
FOR BEGINNING ACTIONS
veiled threat behind him. Ho return
ed In n short time and told his father
to pack up his things. Ho would leave
Immediately. The rather did ns ho
was bhl nnd returned to his son with
tho htindlo containing nil Clio latter'flj
belongings. When he had approached!
to within n very short distance of his J
son, tho latter drew n revolver and de
llberatcly shot Tils father down. Every
cnrtrldgn In the wenpou was discharg
ed Into the body of the Japanese.
A telephone message was Bent to
ShiVlff Coney, who repaired to tho
sccno Immediately. Ho found the
young Japanese sitting down, his re
volver In bis hand. Sheriff ColieVn-
proached tne fellow very cnutlously.
his hand on his own revolver all tho
while. Upon getting close enough, ho
made n spring, caught the fellow's
hand, wrested the revolver from his
grip and soon had him In Irons.
It Is very seldom that a Japanese
commits murder by meant of firearms
Ills usual weapon is n knife.
rill mi in
This, corning at about ll o'clock, a
sailor on board tho schooner Jamvs
lTolph, which Is lying In tlio stream,
met with a serious accident, which
may result In his death. He was Bit
ting In n "boatswain's chair' scraping
tho maBt when suddenly1 fiio c
gave away and ho was precipitated to
Tho injured man was immediate!;
taken In a boat to the Klnau wharf,
whence he was removed to tho
(Jueen'H Hospital in file patrol wagon.
it the hospital It was found that the
man hnd received a terrific blow on
tho head causing concussion of tho
brain. Ho has also tracture'd several
ribs nnd thero Is some fear that ho
may succumb to his injuries.
FROM p Ti
Discovered New Bank in
20 Fathoms of
LOCATION NOTED AND
COMPLETE SURVEY MADE
Various Shoals and Islands Visited
Marine Specimens Captured
By Scientists Pet
Attorneys Are Cautioned to Begin Suits
In Their Proper Circuits Wun-
denberc; Discontinues His
PIUCE TOO HIGH.
Tenders for constructing tho ap
proach ti the Haekfeld wharf wcro
At about 11 o'clock this forenoon tho
United States Fish Commission steam
er Albatross teamed Into tho harbor.
She managed to create a mild excite
ment Immediately on her arrival by
colliding with a large Naval coal bargo
which was lying nt the mauka end oC
l" UK I
najr the Naval Blip loaded with coal.
The Albatross went steaming into
the slip tit considerable speed. Just
ns her Oow wus nearlng tho barge, a
bell rang and tho pcoplo on the wharf
were surprised to sco tho vessel run
ning In a deliberate manner right Into
Immediately after the collision tho
Albatross backed away nnd was moor
ed at the wharf a few minutes later.
The ac-ldent was caused by tho en
gineer falling to connect with tho sig
nal from tho bridge. From tho bridge
tho order was given to back full speed,
whercup'iii tho engineer sent the boat
I full speed ahead, causing tho abovo
I mentioned collision. Tho Albatross
I had a olt of the paint on her bow
at tlio Department pf Public ,,,,,, .. . .1 .
... . . , , m. , I smirched while tho corner of tlio bargo
Tho fourth annual gymnasium exhi
bition of the V. M. C. A. will take place
tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho program of the events will bo
ses claimed by plaintiffs nnd proceeded ' ns follows: Vazo run, by Evening Class
A Good Photograph Does.
Who Is thero that hasn't
looked twlco when getting
the first glimpse of a really
good picture? Our photo,
graphs aro rapidly working
their way to popularity.
Quality Is what pushes them
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
(Continue.! on page 8.)
MIRANDA In this city, June 5, 1902,
to tho wife of Louis II. Miranda, a
to nil In and construct a roadwav ex. ! and JunlorB; bar bell drill, by Juniors;
tending McCully street to the Walklkl horso and parallel bars, by Evcnlna
road. Class; bag punching by A. E. I.uti;
It Is claimed that the Walklkl Una high horizontal bar by Men's Selected
nn,l Loan Association had a lemil rluhl 'Class; tree exercises and dumb bell
to sntcr Into tho agreement, and that drill by Evening Class; low horizontal
tho acts done toward making a road-! bar and springboard Jump, by Inter
wnv nn which th nantd Transit Com-1 mediates and Juniors: gymnasium
iiiinv'H linn wns tn run "have in nowlsn games; three deep and Indian dull
Inlurpi! nr rl.-imnL-r,! nnv rleht or claim race by Juniors; hand nnd Indian
Henry Smith, chief clerk of the Ju
diciary, today called the attention of
reporters to tho fact that Juno 14 will
be the latest date on wnlcri actions can
be entered for tho establishing of sea
fishery rights In this Territory under
tho Organic Act. He suggested ultu
that attorneys should sco that they are
beginning such suits In tho Judicial cir
cuits whero the particular fisheries are
K. Wundcnbcrg, trustee, by his at
torneys, J. A. Magoon and J. Light
foot, has discontinued his fishing rights
claim against the Territory of Hawaii.
V. T. Merry has filed his bond In $300
as administrator of tho estate of Clara
Schneider, deceased, and In JC00 as that
of the estate of II. V. (llbus, deceased,
with Mrs. II. II. Williams as surety Id
Works at noon todny. Thoy wero not 1
given out, ns figuring wbb required to
ascertain tne most favorable ono for
the Government. It appeared, howev
er, as If the lowest bid would leave In
sufficient funds tor wharf maintenance
the rest ot the period.
I want agentB everywhere to tako or
ders for my famous Mado To Order
C-O.R-O-N-A C-O-L-T Shoes. Corona
J colt Is a now PATENT LEATHER not
affected by heat or cold, fully GUAR
ANTEBD not to eraclc. Send $2.50
for samplo and all Information how to
I tako orders, etc. Secure tho first agen
cy In your locality, shoes sell at $3.50.
' Agents making $30.00 to $100 n week.
O. IIINTERMEISTER. Tlio Shoemak
er. Fisher Ilulldlng, Chicago, Illinois,
U. S. A.
of Bald plaintiffs; or which. If estab
llshcd, could not bo adequately and
fully compensated by an action nt law."
Appended to the answer aro copies ol
the agreement nnd specifications for
the extension ot McCully street.
Tho semi-finals ot the tournament ot
tho Honolulu Golf Club have been play
cd off. A. Garvlo beating Norman Kay
by default, Kay having gono abroad
and H. Anderson defeating Donald Kosi
by 1 up and 2 to play.
The final match for the championship
this lies between R. Anderson and A
wrestling by Intermediates; parallel
bars, by Men's Selected Class; tho 1p-
pliant, by Evening Class.
All tho apparatus work will bo done
to the accompaniment ot piano music.
Dlstiop & Co. have brought suit for
foreclosure of mortgago against C. O.
Mallo and Mlkala Mullo. It Is alleged
that thero Is due the plaintiffs the sum
of $3000 borrowed, for ono year on a
promissory note, bearing dato of March
26, 1897, and secured on a mortgago
ot certain lands In Kalnnpuaa, Kap.f
lama, this Island, comprising 21,132
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit nnd vegetables. He alwas has
on hand a fresh supply of both Otllfor
nla and Island trulls Telephone Main
S, S. ALAMEDA, JUNE 10
Next express Htciimer to const
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
TEL. MAIN 109.
Maionlc Temple, with Amerlcm
KILLS I FATHER
Nicely furnished rooms, ropular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.60 per week up.
was somewhat spllttercd.
Captain Rodman, who was on thu
wharf at the time of tho accident. Im
mediately descended Into tho hold ot
the bargo to examine tho damage,
fearing Hint the heavily laden cralt
might sluk If sho was leaking ranch.
Ho fuunJ, However, that she was only
(Continued on page 8.)
News came by yostcrday's steamers
from Kauai of tho nature ot tho mur-
iter commuted In Kanaa on May 20. It
appears that tno murderer that Is now
confined in tho Jail at Llhuo Is only a
young man and that tho man ho mur
dered waj his own father. The story
us told by people from Kauai Is about
The murderer had been very bother
soiiio to bis fnther, who had a largo
family and wns working li'ard every
day to support them. Ho finally left
the house ot IiIb father and went away
for several days 'Ho tTien returned
lo the homo but the fntTiur told him
thut be hnd better go awny for good
He could look after him no longer.
i The yjung man thereupon left tho
premises, not forgetting to leave
wl Fnwik HO L
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SHOE REPAIR DEPARTMENT
No need of throwing away that pair of shoes. A new solo will
probably make it last twice as long, and If you bought tlio shoes l.cro
you can enslly have tho third sole put on. Our repair department Is
strictly up-to-date. RuUber heels If you want them.
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.
1057 POUT STREET