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HONOLULU. TERR1TOHY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY JUNK 14, 1002
PlHOK 5 CENTS.
"THE WATER CURE."
Bounties on Beet Sugar
gfa 'tVTot r ' To-da's Races and Baseball Fully Featured in Sunday Bulletin
Uncle Sam: "Here's a water cure
1? FINE HI
HI 1 UITEB
Involved in the Latest
RAPID TRANSIT FRANCHISE
IS CALLED IN QUESTION
Act of Republic of Hawaii and Reso
lution of Annexation By Congress
Approved the Same
Daniel O'Connell. tho Irish patriot,
once described an antagonist as having
a soul so small that a thousand like It
might dance upon tho point of a cam
bric necdlo. There Is a point In the
newest street railway lawsuit so fine
that It Is doubtful if oven ono solitary
soul of smallest dimensions rould polsa
with ono leg upon It even by aid of a
ropo walker's balance pole.
The net of tho Legislature of tho Re
public of Havtalt granting a franchise
to the Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land
Company was nppwved by President
Dolo on July 7, 1S9S. On that same day
President McKlnley approved the reso
lution annexing Hawaii to the United
States. The Orgunlu Act creating tin
Territory of I law nil contains a clauso
legalizing all of the public land trans
actions of the government of tho He
public of Hawaii between the dato of
tho annexation resolution and that ut
the Organic Act. In tho Interpretation
of law the rule Is that tho time men
tioned us "between" certain dates ex
cludes such dates.
The flno point raised In the latest
street railway litigation Is whether the
Organic Act legalized the land conces
sion Involved In tho frniiihlse of the
Rapid Tyinslt Company granted on
the very day that Hawaii was annexed,
and, if such legalization Is excluded by
the time rule Just mentioned, was there
any necessity of having the franchise
legalized by Uidtrtl Stntcs authority.
In tho latter branch of tho question tho
time limit will probably bo Invoked to
exclude the sovereignty of the United
States over Hawaii on July 7, 1898, as
another principle, of law is that parts
of days do not count. The difference
of solar time between Washington and
Honolulu cannot, theroforo, be pleaded
by either side to show which In actual
tlmo was first to sign tho respective
documents placed before them, Presi
dent Mc.'.lnley or President Dole.
so natural aro tho photo
graphs wo make for you.
W Our pictures do not fade,
and If ou want tho ulghcst
0 tjpo of an
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a call on us.
Rice & Perkins
j Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
' Union Streets.
Entrance on Union.
no one's goln' to kick on."
COMMITTEE CUTS PROGRAM
TO SUIT ECONOMY CLOTH
Sports In the Harbor Will Be Left
Out--Parade a Big Affair
The executive committee for tho
I'ourth of July celebration met nt tho
Hank of Hawaii Friday afternoon and
framed tho general program for the
day and cast up the appropriations to
determine the proliablo expense. In
cluding the amount obtained from oth
er celebrations and tho $1000 from tho
government the committee has about
$2300 to sart out with.
C. M. Cooko of tho finance committee
counseled economy on account of the
hard times and the heavy drafts made
on the community by other celcbra
tlons. One of the first things dono war
to scale down the appropriations for
various committees. After cutting don n
at all possible points It was decided
that $3800 would supply all financial
demands, thus making about $2000 to
be collected from tho business houses.
The program will start with salutes
In the early morning. The pirade will
start at 9 o'clock j literary exercises In
the Opera House at 11 o'clock; base
ball and other sports to bo held at
Punahou at 1 o'clock. Governor's re-
iccptlon at 8 30 In the evening, dancing
'to begin at 9-30.
, Some sharp criticism was offered at
tho boat clubs' refusal to postpone their
races, but It was finally decided to cut
out the usual water sports In tho har
bor, and conflno nil sporting events to
Tho Literary committee wns unable
to give Its complete program. Frank
Thompson will give the principal ad
dress, and Judge Kstee and C. L. Hop
kins will be asked to mako short
Tor the reception and ball n special
pavilion will be erected similar to that
erected for the Inauguration ball
though less expensive. The illumina
tion of tho Capitol building and
grounds with tho fireworks will fur
nlsh a blaze of Bplcndor fully In keep
ing with the day.
Prizes for the parado havo been ro
duced somewhat from original figures,
but the committee has enough to bring
out ono of the best parades tho town
lias seen In many years.
Tho sports program will bo consldci
ably curtailed on account of want of
funds, but Mr. Chllllngvvorth has map
ped out an Interesting schedule to be
held In connection with tno ball games
that ought to bring out a good number
BUPOR FOR .MANILA.
The United States Army transport
Duford, Captain Crosky, sailed last
evening at U o'clock tor Manila, vii
Guam Sho took with her eight sol
diers who hud been left here by other
transports and who had been staying
at Camp McKlnley. Two hundred bags
ot mall fur the Philippines, transferred
from the America Maru, were also tak
en by the transport. On her return
trip the Huforil Is not oxpectcd to call
at Honolulu. Sho will probably go back
to the Coast from Manila by way ot
RUSEARCII CLUB TONIGHT.
Tho Young Men's Research Club will
meet tonight nt 7 3D o'clock at the
residence ot V O. Smith, on Nuuanii
street. The feature, of tho evening
will be an address on "Municipal Gov
ernment" by Mr Smith. Tho atten
tion of tho members ot tho club has
been called to the sixteen volumes
treating this question by such nuthors
as Goodnovv, Katon, Stead, Tolmnn
and others, which can bo found on tho
club's shelf In the Honolulu Library.
Thomas Prlmo will lecture on rein
carnation before tho Theosophlcal So
ciety on Thursday nt 8 p m.
The local sugar men nro at present
showing much interest In tho nows
which rnmn liv the merlcn Mnrn that
winch enmo l the America Maru that
Clormany has ratified tho Ilrussels con
vcntlon, which means thai the country
wm discontinue tne payment or noun-
ties on beet sugar. Tno ncry came :o
San Francisco by n lato telegram ar
riving just prior to tho departure ol
the America Maru for this port. T'ui
sugar men hero hope that the Informn
Ion U correct ns this action would lis
n material step In the rlgui direction
for the sugar properties.
A loial broker has received the fol
lowing Utter on the subject from hN
ngencs in &an irnneisco, under nam
OOOOOtOO' O O 0
MM ATI ft I
FAST HORSES TO COMPEIE
FOR CUPS AND PRIZES
Way Boy Has Been Again Placed In
Second Race--Animal Was Sold
Yesterday to Mr.
The rnces at Kaplolanl Park this af
ternoon will begin at 1.30 o'clock and
will be In charge of the same olllcers as
those who held sway on June 11th.
Follow Ing will be the events with tho
FIRST RACI3 FIVn-KIOHTHS MILK
DASH- Free for all; purse, $100.
C. McLcllan Rejected, 121IbB, aged;
by Sobranto; dam unknown.
W O. Walker Del Vista. 119 Its; s.
m., G years old; by Imp. Del Mar-Playful.
It. Hallentyne Mollic Connors, 117
lbs; s m.. 4 years; Ty T.up. Friar
SRCOND RACK TROTTING AND
PACING, 2.14 class: Rest 2 In 3
heats, purse, $200.
J C. Qulnn Cyclone, 150 lbs; blk.
g, aged; sire unknown, dnm unknown.
W. II. Smith Abdlnc. 150 lbs; b. h .
aged, by Wilkes Dale-Woodnut.
W II. Cunningham Wayboy, 150
lbs; s. h, aged; by Strathway; dam
THIRD RACE HAWAIIAN JOCKDY
CI.l'U CUP To bo won twice by
same owner or stable; ono and one
half miles, frco tor nil, purse, $160.
O. S McKenzle General Cronjc. 121
lbs, b h.: Imp Mjrtcnhurst-Song-stress
Prince David Welter, 127 lbs; s. s,
aged, by Nethcrelscrster-Llzzlc Pick
wick. Samuel Parker Vldl, 127 PJs; b. ,
sged, slro unknown, clam unknown.
rOURTH RACK CALIFORNIA
rilKD CO.'S CUP: Hawaiian bred.
trotting and pacing; best 2 In 3
heats; purse, $150.
Lltiuo Ranch Uosw ell Jr.. 150 lbs;
s. h., aged; by Uoswell; dam unknown.
Thomas Holllnger Leahl, 150 lbs; h.
s , D years; hyCreolc-Gerster.
T. V. King Madeline, 150 lbs; b. m.,
4 years; by Creolc-Nnncy Lee,
T. V. Klng-IMIth R 150 lbs; b. m
aged; by McOlnty-Nancy Lee.
FIFTH HACK THRDC-FOURTHS
MILK DASH: I?reo for all; purse.
W. CI. Walker Del Vista, 119 rbs; s
in, G j ears; by Del Mar Plaful.
II. Ballentne Molllo Connors, 117
lbs, 8 m., 4 years; by Imp. Friar
SIXTH RACK TROTTING AND
PACING, 2-24 CLASS- Rest 2 In 3
heats, ono mile, purse. $200.
J C Qulnn Cyclone, 150 lbs; blk. h.,
Rged; sire unknown; dnm unknown
William Norton Dlrettrcks, 150 lbs;
B m , aged, by Dlrcctor-Klmo.
John Cullan Kdna 0 150 lbs; b m .
aged, by California Nutwood; dam un-
M. II Drummond Los Angolcs, 150
,1118, b g, aged, sire unknown, dam
John Oudcrklrk Snmbo, 150 lbs; b.
V . aged; slro unknown; dam unknown.
D II Lewis Oak Grove, 150 lbs; h.
g, aged; by Dexter Prlnce-Odctta.
SKVKNTH RACE HONOLULU
11RKW1NO CO'S CUP Handicap.
ono mllo dash, fiee for all; purse,
G S McKenzle Nullah, 5 ) oars; by
Imp Alntrec-Lady Augusta.
Prlnco David Weller, b s, nged; by
J O'Hourke Carter Harrison, b h ,
nged, Imp Wntercross-Lucllo Murphy
Tho Bulletin stated yesterday that In
tho second race, Way Hoy had been
withdrawn 'I his was correct nt the
time hut during tho afternoon, Cun-
nlngham's horse was sold to Mr Mc
Kenzle of llllo This transaction hav
ing tnken place, It was decided to re
enter the hoi bo and so .he appears In
the second race, under the original
owner's name, niroidlng to the olllrlal
Theie nro a largejiuniber of entile
of Juno fl:
A wire has Just reached hero wnlrii
nilB,lt I,r0c fo Interest to )ou Tho
,,,., 0,ernment havng Just rati
flc(1 tlll, Hrnsnols convention decision.
It means strength to raw sugar, anil It
Ih hinted In the dispatch that spccnH
tors wul pick up nil Burplus sltgai and
In this mnnnor drive up tho prlco if
raw sugar for the turning senson llio
matter la not known hero as et and
has therefore ivit Influenced our map
Kct hut we think thnt tho news will
sugar properties very
Castle & Cooke and llrevver fi Co
havo also revived this news from
their San Irniulsco nguits and nlo
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NATIONAL GUARD HAWAII
DONATED WAR MATERIAL
Large Quantity of Arms and Ordnance
Storc3 Brought By Transport
Buford Not the First
Evidently the United States Govern
ment recognizes the need and value of
an cllklent militia force In the Icrrl
tory of Hawaii. Tho War Department
has supplied tho Hawaiian National
Guard. In different donations, with mu
nitions and stores aggregating a value
of many thousands of dollars
Uy the Army transport Duford call
ing her this week, the N, G. II. has re
ceived 02 cases of arms and ordnance
Btoruci. Three weeks ago was received'
a valuable lot of quartermaster'; "torca..
In all the Federal Government has do
nated about 100 cases of material to
tho Hawaiian militia.
Such substantial recognition of tho
Territorial volunteer forces by tho Na
tional Government s legnrded ns very
encouraging by Col J W Jones, com
manding, and will doubtless have an
Inspiriting inlluento upon all of the
olllcers of the N. G II.. as well ns the
rank and file.
Mil IS CUED EY
W C Achl has been tiled to appear
before Judge Robinson at chambers,
June 10. at 9 30 a in . to show cause1.
If any there be, why he should not bu
adjudged In contempt of court.
The first portion of tho order citing
Mr. Achl rends. In part, as follows:
A decree In tho matter of C. 11. Malle
vs. W. C. Achl having been made by
tho Circuit Court on April 12, 1902. or
dering tno defendant, W. C. Achl, to
procure a cancellation and release of
u certain mortgage given by tho plain
tiff to Ilislinp S. Co. to secure tho re
payment of tho sum of $3UU0 with in
terest nt tho rate of 8 per cent per an
num, on or before tho 23d of April,
1902, and It appearing from the affidav
it of J. Alfred Mugoon, nttorney of rec
ord In tho cause on file, thnt W. C.
Achl hat neglected nnd refused anil
still neglects nnd refuses to obtain a
cancellation and release of said mort
gage and said C I) Mallo by his attor
ney, J. Alfred Magoon, having hcroto
tore Med n motion for nu order citing
W. C. Achl to appear before this court
to show cause If any he havo why ho
should not bo ndjudged In contempt
oi court, etc. (Here follows tho order
of tho court.)
The Wilder Steamship Cumpnny has
biought suit ngaliiHt the Kamnlo Sugar
ftinipnii) Limited for tho recovery of
f I JS1 72 nnd Interest on this amount
fiom Juno 1.1, 1902, nllegcil to ho ilun
for work nud labor performed by tho
plnlutlff for tho defendant nt defend
ant's request, consisting of tiaucpni la
tum of passengers and freight ns per
bill of particulars filed with tho suit
pa pei s.
A compllmentnry dlnnor will bo giv
en this evening nt Halelapu, 1535 Ma
klkl street, In honor of A. A Young,
whoso mairlngu with Miss laud Gil
let takes plain on Wednesduy even
ing Tho hosts nre R W Shingle. A.
Lewis Jr., Griggs Holt and William
? r n las r-s Fa ra r r-a ws r fa
for the buggy rare with horses that
have no lecords and this event Is sure
to be a most Interehtlng one.
S, S. SONOMA, JUNE 17
Next Express Steamer to Coast.
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with AmerloJn
the prices quoted In London. A copy
oi this letter follows,
San Frnnclsco June fi
Messrs C Ilrewer &. Co , Ltd.
lvi Sirs Since mailing the ae-
lronipiii)ing litter, our New York nd
vices have come In and report n sale
ns having oiLiiircd estordn, say 3'wu
tons at 3 I" and n belter inmlllinn ot
Heels Tile London market Is ml
vain lug todnv's quotation fur beets bo
nK i.s Id for all lune
U( flm d There Is a bettc r demand
oi u fined and nn active ninrki t A
legnim I rum New York states that
limloti tilegrnphs mat Oermnu) rati
fles the Ilnnsels convention.
NSEU JOB NUT
SECURED FOR MARCUS
Private Advices State That "Commo
dore" Weaver's Julia E. Whalen
Has Been Purchased By
Peacock and Others.
Captain Rosehlll and W C. Peacock
who recent!) went to San Francisco to
purchase a schooner for the Marcus
Island fertilizer trade, have succeeded
In securing a suitable vessel nnd Cap
tain Ruuelilll Is expected to leave the
Golden Gntc with his charge In n fen
Prlvato advices received In the last
mail from the Const by n friend of Cap
tain Rosehlll report that he has bought
tho American schooner Julln K. Wha
hn. Tho prlre paid for the craft In
nut hientloncd but it Is said that tho
Whalen was bought nt a bargain.
Tho Whalen was formerly owned by
"Commodore" N. J. Weaver of )acht
Norma fame. All Honolulu remembers
"Commodore" Weaver and his luxuri
ously appointed pleasure craft which
lay for some time In the waters of thli
harllir a couple of jears ago, held for
a debt alleged to have been contracted
by the genial "Commodore" In tho
'I ho Whalen Is a serviceable vessel
and Just such n boat as Captain Rose
hill has been looking for She Is n two
mailed schooner of about 1U0 tons
Stic was brought out to bin Francisco
In 189S, around tho Horn from Glouces
tcr. She was bulTl for n (ifoiirestcr
fishing schooner and Is n vcr staunch
nud seaworthy vessel.
Tho Whalen look n part) of gold
hunters out to California. There were
thirty prospectors In the schooner
when she first reached tho Golden Gate
Since her arrival from the East she
has ieen running to the South Sen
teltinds and Mexican ports.
Captain RosehlH'u schooner will load
n cargo of general merchandise In San
Francisco and conic to Honolulu She
will nlso brlng'n quantity of storcsTor
her own uso on the trip to Marcus Isl
and and various things necessary in tho
business (fn her arrival hero Captain
Rosehlll will ship a crew 'In this city
for the Marcus Island trip He will
probably take a crow ot Hawallans ami
Should tho Marcus Island fertilize!
business provu successful another
schooner will ho purchased. It first
remains to bo seen, however, what suc
cess attends the eiforts of the first ves
sel. . e
liil. C J MtCnrth) liai resigned ns
chairman of tho Territorial Central
Committee of the Demoriutlc party
and u meeting of that body Is soon to
be held to act em Ihls resignation Seen
this morning with refcreuiu to the
matter Col .MeCnrth) said
I "For several months I liuvo been
cprihslug my dislie to members of
the centinl committee to resign in) of
fice but no action has been tnken It
lias now come to n pass where somo
action In the matter must be taken as
l politics nro beginning to vvtfm up 1
j think that a me etlug Is soon to bu call
led to consider tho matter Stated
jbrlcflv, my resignation wns brought
about by my deslro that tho Democrat
lie party should get Into shape at
BAILORH Altn PAID.
The crew of the burned British ship
Tannic Kerr which was abandoned at
sea on Ma) 29, and whose people an li
ed heie In tho Mlknhala on Tuesilu)
morning were eslerday paid oft In
cash. Captain Gibbons and most of the
ciew will go to San Framlsco In tho
Sonoma next week. A few of the sail
ors will wait for a ship in this port for
the I'oart 01 else whcie.
Letters fiom Queen Llllunknlanl
stale that she Intends to leuvo Waili
lugtou far Honolulu on Juno 10
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"One touch of nature makes the
AND ARTICLES LOANED'
Object to Help Women to Help Them-;
selves Representative Com- '
mittee In Charge-
A committee, consisting of the fol
lowing ladies Mrs II. 11 Williams,
presldeat, Mrs Walter Hoffman. Mrs.
Murph), Mrs I'reeth, Mrs lmlnishl
nnd Mrs. V II. Kitc-nt, Bccretar), met
Friday afternoon and arrnnged the pre
liminary details of an exhibition nnd
sale of women's work, combined with a
loan exhibit to take place November
21 and 22. The object of the organiza
tion Is to help the women of tho Isl
ands without discrimination as to creed
or nationality, to help themselves.
Mrs Dole Mr Estee. Princess Ka
wanannkoa and Princess Knlanlannole
havo consented to act as patronesses.
The exhibition Is to Include all
branches of women's handiwork, plain
and fancy sewing, lace, art work, cakes,
candles, Jellies, preserves, etc.
The secretary will be pleased to ans
wer any inquiries nud will supply
copies of the rules under which contri
butions vv 111 bo accepted.
IKiiY LAST MI
A buiglary was committed last
night In tho store of Kim nee, on King
street on the mauka side of the street,
near Dow sett lane. As tho door to tho
store bad not been tampered with,
Kim Keo believes that the Intruder
g'alneirc'iitrnnco to the store from the
upper part of the building.
Two coats, fourteen pair of wooleu
nnd one dozen blue trousers were tnk
en awny. In the morning when thti
owner discovered his loss ho Imme
diately communicated with the pollen,
who detailed Detective David Kaapa
on the case Klin Keu does not sus
pect any particular person of the burg
Tho wedding of Miis Mnild Olllct '
nnel A A Young will take place Wed
nesdny evening, Juno 18, In Ht An
drow's Cathedral. Tho wedding recoo-
tlon will tnko placo at the homo of I)r (
and Mrs Me Crew. The )oung coupla
will spend tho hone) moon on tin)
Const leaving In tho China.
The price is $5.00
A nutty drcHs shoe. UncUiled top
Htyle nnd finish. Wenrs well, looks
well. IccIh well unci Ih moderately priced
Tno Ljcncrii tlons hnve learned that the
mi me IIIIYWOOD on u nlioc Ih u fVuiir
untce ot Its eunlity.
Shoe Store 1057 fort st,
r Hrn-Tll Hill Hblllilllli W'l lllllillir'IHJIII'fej.ii.ui.iiMM iirewrTraa ??tm
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New York Tnbun;.
Of Important Recom
mendations. LETTER OF CONDOLENCE
TO FRENCH REPRESENTATIVE
New Meeting Place To Be Built
Squabbling Over Treasurer Is Over
A special meeting ot tho Lusltana So
ciety was held In the regulir place last,
night and. ns usual, the attendance
was very large The principal buslne.j
of the evening was tho hearing of tlm
report of the committee appointed In
January of this )enr to bring In recom
mendations for amendments to the by
laws of the soclet). There were many
recommendations, tho principal ones
being ns follows.
That a new charter be prepared and
adopted, the limit of capital being $250,
DUO. That a new hall be erected, suitable)
to the growing needs of tho society.
Tho present hall Is Inadequate iu
every respect This recommendation
wns adopted with tho remainder of tho
report The matter will bo submitted
to architects In order that plans may
be drawn up and estimates made.
That tho dues and all other monies
of tho society shall hereafter be deposi
ted with a paid clerk nt the hall of tho
fcoclet). Instead of In tho old way of
depositing money with treasurers In
various stores In the Portuguese colo
ny. It Is believed that this will do away
with all future trouble regarding the
treasurer, a trouble that has always
cropped out whenever there has been
an election. The fuss made at the last
election over tho treasurer will be re
membered. Thero was also a provision made In
tho report b) means of which much
to be desired former members of tin)
koclet) will be readmitted It is un
derstood that this provision was made
in outer that Consul Canavarro, I'. A.
(Continued on pago 5 )