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ETHEL WATTS MUMFORD.
Among the younger writers of today who ore winning laurels In literary
and dramatic flclds Is Ethel Watts Mumford. She Is the author of a suc
cessful novel, "DupeV and one of her recently published magazine storlet.
"The Flash of nn Emerald." has been dramatized and will soon be staged
by a Nw Vnrk manager Miss Mumford Is also something of an artist.
ON W H
Ratification of Brussels
SHOULD HAVE IMMEDIATE
- INFLUFNCE ON PRICES
Agreement To Take Effect After Fifteen
Months Germany's Crop This
Year As Large As
W. M. Glffard of W. O. Irwin & Co.,
on being asked what would be the prob
able effect on tho Hawaiian sugar In
dustry ot Germany's action In abolish
ing bounties on beet sugar, replied:
"It ought to have a good effect on
the market Immediately. When the
German farmers know the bounties aro
going, to be stopped, they will reduce
tho amount of beets planted. There
would then be assured so much less ot
sugar over-production. Tho German
farmers have the present season's crop
to tako oft and will have time to plant
another crop before the abolition ot
bounties, the agreement giving a year
and three months for Itself to go Into
Mr. Olffnrd had not seen any calcu
latlon ot the probable effect on quan
tlty of world's production which would
be caused by abolition ot tha European
E, D. Tenney, of Castlo & Cooke,
questioned upon the probable effects of
the action of Germany, replied:
"The only immediate effect will be
the Influence on the market The reso
lutions of the Brussels Conference have
to be ratified by the countries paying
"Yes, I think Germany's ratification
will go for nothing If the other bounty
paying countries fall to ratify tha
"In tho meantime, there Is no Imme
diate lessening of over-production. Ac
cording to Llcht's estimates I do not
remember the exact figures the Euro
pean beet sugar crop this year will bo
fully equal to last year's crop.
so natural aro tho photo
graphs we mako for you.
Our pictures do not fade,
and It you want tho Tilghest
typo ot an
call on us.
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
"Tho Industry Is entirely controlled
by tho Kartel, an lmmcnso sugar trust,
In Germany and Austria. By means ot
tho bounties this trust la enabled to ex
port Bugar at prices that creato severe
competition In the world's mnrkets.
also to force homo consumers to pay the
highest prices that the trade will bear.
The trust pays Its dividends out of the
exactions from tho home consumers.
"Germany's beet sugar crop amounts
to about two million tons, while Its
homo consumption Is but six hundred
thousand tons. The German consumer
has to pay eight or nine cents a pound
for his sugar, which the English people
are able to buy for eleven or twelve
shillings a hundredweight, wholesale,
or less than three cents a pound."
he hid no mm
On Saturday night, Deputy Sheriff
Chtlllngworth and others, having re
ceived complaints from people living In
the vicinity of 'the corner of Vineyard
and River streets about a Japaneso who
was alleged to be selling sake to any
and all persons who happened along.
went to the place and succeeded la
catching the fellow right In tho act. A
Japanese was sent Into the restaurant
nnd Hnrano, the proprietor, was asked
for sake. He made no pretense at
secrecy and soon returned with the
Btuff. This done, the money was pass
ed over and then Chtlllngworth ap
peared on the scene In tlmo to catch
Harana with the coin In his hand.
The caso came up for trial in the
Police Court and the defendant pleaded
guilty. A fine ot $100 and costs was
Imposed, Judge Wilcox stating that ha
could flno the defendant 500 but this
was tho first case that bad como up tor
a long time.
"The Opium Cache on Maul."
HAWAII GOT 80MB PRIZES.
The result of the Examiner's late
drawing ot prizes, for distribution
among subscribers, has Hawaiian In
tercst, the following persons being
named as prize-winners: Ladles' pock
etbook, Prank Sakamachl, Olaa; foun
tain pen, P. M. Lucas, Honolulu; ladles'
gold watch, Ignatius Devlne, Metropoli
tan Market: sliver watch, Frank God
frey; gloves, S. Chang Chau, Honolulu;
G. P. Rasmussen, Ookala; II. C. Shel
don, Kealla, Kauai; D. E. Wilson, Hllo;
bicycle, C. D. Fisher, Honokaa; cash
book. W. F. Dole, Walalua, Oahu; J. F.
Janssen, Koloa, Kauai.
Tho main prize, a gold nugget, went
to T. W. McCnnn, Eureka, Cal.; tho
second prize, "his weight In silver," to
J. S .Holding, Salt Lake City, Utah;
tho trip around the world wont to
Jluttc, Montana, and the trip to Paris
to Marysvllle, Cal .
MR. LIPPY SPEAKS.
Mr, Llppy. the president of tho Seat
tlo Y. M. C. A., who Is at presont stop
ping at the Hawaiian hotel, gave a very
Interesting talk at the Y. M. C. A. meet
ing which took place on the Oahu Col
lege campus yesterday afternoon at i
o'clock. Mr., Llppy had originally In
tended to speak on "An All-around
Man," hut on finding that his audience
wis somewhat different to what he had
expected It to be, he changed his sub
ject and spoke on "Systematic and Pro
Tb.o audience listened to Mr, Llppy'i
Interesting talk with much attention
and upon his finishing, asked many
questions ot him. Quite an extensive
discussion took place In which a large
number ot those present took part-
I want agents everywhere to tako or
ders for my famous Made To Order
C-O-R-O-N-A C-O-L-T 8hoes. Corona
colt is a now PATENT LEATHER not
affected by heat or cold, fully UUAll-
ANTEEO not to cracK. aena iz.du
far sample and all Information bow to
tako orders, etc. Secure tho first agon
cy In your locality, shoes sell at J3.60.
Agonts making $50.00 to $100 a week.
O. HINTEnMEISTER. Tho Shoemak
er. Fisher Building, Chicago, Illinois,
U. S. A.
J . . A n
AND UNLAWFIL FREIGHT
Question of Ownership in Marine
Collision Suit Double Appeal
In Naval Station
JudRc Hstce Is holding tho trial of
United States vs. schooner Kawnllnnl.
Illicl for lircach of the Internal revc
nuo law. Evidence was all In beforo
noon recess and argument takes placo
this afternoon. Tho schooner was
seized for having okolchao. Hawaiian
distilled spirits, aboard. On the plei
of tho owners that they were not re
sponsible, the Court ruled that whllu
tho owners were Innocent, their vessel
was nnswernblo to the law.
In tho collision rnso of tho Wnlraa
nalo StiRnr Company ngalnst the steam
schooner Malolo, contluuanco wa
made till tomorrow on tho claim of
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claimant that gavo tho bona for tha
Exceptions to tho Ninth Circuit
Court of Appeals of both parties In
United States vs. Honolulu Plantation
Co. are continued until this afternoon
with the probability of going over one
Deputy Sheriff Frank Pahla of Koo
lau, came to town this morning from
Kaneohe. Pahla comments upon Ibe
non-appearance of the rice birds which
tact, he says. Is causing much wonder
among tho Inhabitants of tho districts
on tho other side of this Island. Ac
cording to Pahla, this bothersome pest,
the small rice bird, which generally
causes so much damage and worry
when the rice flclds ripen, has not ap
peared this year In either of the Koolau
districts and John Chinaman has laid
down his rusty slnglebnrrcled shotgun
and taken down his Ingenious contri
vances with which he generally tries
to scare away his winged tormentors.
The rice fields are now ripening In
Koolau and many are at present being
harvested. Pahla says that as far back
as any one In Koolau can rerriembcr,
this Is the first year that the rice blrda
have neglected the chance of stuffing
their little stomachs with the fruit of
Phyjlcnl Director Fred. Young of tho
Y, M. C. A. win personaiy conduct a
party of young men on a trip to tho
Volcano this week. Tho party will
leavo Honolulu on the Klnnu tomor
row. They will stay In hilo Wednes
day night and will start for the Volca
no In the train the following morning.
On leaving the train, which only goes
part of the way up, they will cover tha
rest ot the distance, about nlno or ten
miles, on foot.
Tho party will stay at tno Volcano
and enjoy the Bights thoro until Satur
day, when they will start on foot for
Punaluu, on the Kau coast, In tlmo to
catch tho steamer Manna Loa, which
l-nves that port on her way to this
city at 3 p. m. Sunday.
The party will probably Includo the
following young men: Fred. Young,
II. C. Pierce, Will Kerr, II. Ham and
M1 WOW (11
The officers of tho local Y, M. C. A.
are looking forward with much pleas
ureable anticipation to the arrival of
M. G. Bailey, a fellow worker from tha
Philippines, who Is expected to coma
through here In the China, due this
coming Saturday. Mr. Bailey has been
laboring for several years In tho Phil
ippine archipelago as an army Y, M. C.
A. secretary and Is very popular among
tho boys In blue. He Is a personal
frimd of Fred. Young, physical direc
tor nt tho Y. M. C. A. In this city.
Tho officers of the local association
Intend to put forth their best efforts
to Induce. Mr. Bailey to stop over In
fhls city for a week or bo. In caso their
efforts are successful, a series of meet
ings, for soldiers especially, will bo In
augurated during that week.
Tho program successfully given bj
tho Sutton-Coglll company on Satur
day evening will bo repeated tonight
at tho Orpneum. Tho entertainment
Is consistently a good one, throughout
and should not bo missed amid the
general dearth of good thtngb theatri
cal. Many of tho numbers are fully up
to tho high standard of vaudevllto set
by tho World's Entertainers, and thero
Is not an uninteresting act on the bill.
Coglll Is n comedian of tho first water
and Is ably Becondod as a laugh-maker
by Davo Caston, Altro tlio Juggling
Tramp has many novelties In his act
nnd Is thoroughly a master of his art.
With Rose Aqulnaldo at tho head, tho
ladles ot tho company are all pretty
and sing, dance or perform daring and
difficult gymnastic feats on wlro tra
peso and rope with equal agility. Tho
show should havo a mos'. successful
' Sunday Bulletin, $1,25 per year.
Soares Speaks On His
Work Among Portu
guesHn Cities. f
REPORTERS MAY COME
ON CERTAIN CONDITIONS
Rev. A. V. Soares Does Not Wish
His Paper Published To Avoid
A tacks From Roman
Thft MtntBtnrlnl lTntnn nt tMa rltx
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tlhs morning at 10 o clock. The meet
ing was called to order by Ilav. V. It.
ltlcc, who was elected chairman dur
ing tho 'temporary absenco of Rev. 0.
II. Gullck, who arrived shortly after
tho meeting had began.
Under the regular order of business,
"I5ook Reviews," tho subject of the
now "Twentieth Century Dlble" was
brought up by Rev. W. M. Klncald,
who stated that be had recently been
giving this book much attention but
that he had found It a very unsatisfac
tory translation which In places was
pitiably weak. This litble, which pur
ported to bo a translation Into Engllsn
of tho present day, Mr. Klncald would
not uso from the pulpit,, although ho
had been reifucstcd to do so. Hcv. V.
D. Westcrvelt stated that he heartily
endorsed Mr. Klncald s opinion, lie
had studied this new Dlble himself and
had also found It to be wanting.
Rev. Dr. Bishop arose to Introduce
to thoso present Mr. Bishop, a promi
nent worker and member of tho Statu
Board ot the Congregational Cfturch
In Oregon. Mr. Bishop being request
ed by the chair to give a resume ot
the state ot affairs In Oregon, spoko
briefly on the subject. Tho Congrega
tional churcH was no( doing so well In
that State as were the Methodists nn-1
the Presbyterians, tho church of the
latter denomination especially spend
ing a large .amount of money In tho
The work ot tho Congregational
church in Oregon was largely on the
missionary order. Only about six or
seven of tho churches of that tlcnoml-
nation were actually self supporting,
while the rest, there being about fifty
altogether, had to be subsidized
Tho great trouble with the work was
that thero were bo many small
churches with very small congrega
tions scattered all over the state, while
In the opinion of the speaker tho work
could bo carried on In a Tnr moro suc
cessful manner If attention was paid
principally to tne Important centers.
Upon tho whole, tho work ot tho Con
grcgatTRhal church In Oregon waB not
Tho paper of Rev. A. V. Soares rn
the subject "Evangelical Work Among
tho Portuguese," was next read. Tha
paper was not given out for publica
tion on the recommendation of tha
members, as Mr. Soares feared that in
caso It was made public It might call
forth attacks from the Roman Catho
IIcb. who were opposing him violently.
Tho question as to whether report
ers should bo admitted to tho meetings
of the Union was brought up for dis
cussion. This question has long been
agitating the minds ot certain mem
bers ot tho body nnd finally came to a
head today. It was decided that re
porters were to bo admiucd in the fu
turo but on the condition that thoy did
not publish whatever tho Union might
request them to suppress.
Present at tho meeting wcro Rov.
W. II. Rice, Rev. W. D. Westcrvelt,
It. C. Brown, Rev. W. M. Klncald,
Rov. Mr. Alexander, Sir. Bishop, Rov.
II. Bingham. Rev. O. Gullck, Rov. Dr.
S. Bishop, Mr. Husnaw, Rov. Mr.
Lcadlngham, Rev. . S. Muckley, Rov.
A. V. Soares and ouiors.
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M. P. Kelly, ono of tho employes of
tho American Livery Stables, Jim Carty
proprietor, was dismissed on Sunday
because of being Intoxicated,
This dismissal made Kelly very
angry nud he Immediately set about to
do his former employer an Injury. Go
ing to a number of telephones, he sent
In orders tor carriages to be taken to
various places about the city. This
went on for some tlmo and then Mr.
Carty learned of tho trick that was be
ing played on him. Ho kept very quiet,
Informed the police, officers were sent
out, and soon Kelly was In tho tolls.
In the Police Court today. It was
learned that Kelly did not sober up
much on leaving tho stables but pro
ceeded to take several more drinks. Hi
was fined $10 and costs, Judge Wilcox
stntlng that he did not wish this to bo
taken as a precedent.
The furniture of a 5-ronm rottaga
with privilege of renting cottago Is of
fered for sale. Sec Morgan's column.
S, S. SONOMA, JUNE 17
Next Express Steamer to Coast.
Wells, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with Amerlcln
RUILDERS WILL FRAME
SET OF BUILDING LAWS
To Be Presented at Next Session of
Lagislature Will Assist Superin
tendent of Public Works
Tho recent falling down of an ox
tensive part of a brick structure which
Is being elected by Japnucso on Nun
onu street and the attention which the
Uultetlu on that occasion called to
this mid some other examples of tho
Instnblltty nnd dutigcr of the building
which the Orientals are eroding In
this city lias furnished the Ilulldcrs'
exchange tho Initiative to tako i step
In the matter bv offering their services
to the Department of l'ulillc AVorks.
Tho members of the I.xchange liavo
already for some tlmo past been a ware
of the fact that tho buildings erected
by Japanese nnd Chlnoso contractors
'' !!. city In many cases violated tho
fundamental rules lor tiubMantlal
luildlngH, often being positively dan
gerous. While, the matter had often been a
rubject for discussion, no action was
taken in it before this morning, wher
a committee, consisting of A. Gartley,
president of tho Builders' Exchange,
nnd L. E. Pinkham of tho legislative
committee of that body, called upon
Superintendent of PubTIc Works J. II
Boyd to offer to tho department the co
operation of the body they represent
It Is the feeling of tho Builders thai
a great deal of good could bo accom
pllshed If a building inspector could
bo appointed to work fh tho same man
ner na the sewer and eloctrlc light In
spcr-tors do In their departments. II
Is possible that tho Public Works Do
partment will employ such an Inspect-
or, whcEO duty it will fie to call atten
tion to Htich places where buildings are
ben( trccte'(, ,n BUch n mttnnor tna)
they are liable to become a public nui
Tho Builders' Exchnngo baa offered
Its asslstanco In the matter of calling
attention to such places, and It Is
rrobable that a committee of the Ex
change will proceed to draft a Berles
ot building laws to be submitted for ae
tlon at the next session of tho Legisla
ture and which would give tha De
partment of Public Works moro power
to act In such cases as mentioned than
It Is possessed ot at present.
There Is at present no regular set ol
tittlldtni- Inw ttia Hilnv n.nr.at tn If
h elng the sanltnry regulations of tlw
Boaril of 0Halth set fortli In the build
Ing permits. The police hAVo the pow
er to prevent tho erection of structures
' fcty nnd ,n tha niay i0 n remedy.
which are dangerous to tho public
The Board of Health has tho power to
enforce, sanitary rules and mako build
ers comply with these, and this ma;
also prove to be a preventive measuro,
In tho meantime, Mr. Boyd will look
Into the matter and the Builders nra
satisfied that this official will bo able
to cope successfully wflh tho problenf
Turner, a hackman who has been
driving in Honolulu for fifteen or six -
teen years, appeared In tho Pollca
Court today on tho charge or violating
Hack Regulation No. i, by disobeying
tho directions ot a police oiilcer. In.tyne.
this Instance, it was Sam Maty, tho
It Bcems that Turner was too close
to tho Orpheum theater entrance to
suit tho police officer, and ho told tho
hackman that ho would havo to go
way up mauka and sit down. Turner
wanted tho exact spot pointed out to
him and, after a passage of words, tli3
hackman was arrested acd driven to
tho police station in his own hack.
In the Police Court this forenoon.
Turner objected very much to having
Ills pockets gone througn at tho pollca
station. Ho also objected to bolng put
Into a cell with a Chinaman. Thcru
wcro several other objections.
Judgo Wilcox told Turner that It
was evident he had bocomo Imperti
nent to tho pollco officer. When he
was under arrest, ho should remember
that ho had no moro ""pull' than any
other citizen. Tho Inconvcnlenco no
had suffered ho could lay at his own
door. His very bau temper had no
doubt been the cause of nil tho trouble.
Tho trouble, with the defendant was
that ho had not been spanked enough
when ho was a youngster. Defendant
was thereupon reprimanded nnd dis
charged. WILL Uli NO RECEPTION.
Tho published report that there will
be a reception at the McGrcw homo
following the wedding of Miss Gllctte
and Mr. Young Is erroneous. There
will bo a small gathering ot tho Imme
diate relatives ot the family directly
following the services at the church,
but no general reception.
UALL ROOM EXTENSION. ,
Work lias been begun in constrti't
Ing a lannt for tho Fourth ot July ball,
It Is 100x50 feet, extending from the
eoutheaet toner and aligning with tho
front of the Executive building. Com
munication with tho House ot Repre
sentatives hall, whnro tho Governor's
reception will be hold, will be from the
east end veranda. After tho opening
nt tho ball, dancing will bo conducted
nl both hall and lannl.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
HENRY 0. HAVEMEYER, PRESIDENT OF THE SUGAR TRUST.
Henry O. Hnu'nieycr. president of the sugnr tnist, hah been giving soma
Interesting testimony before the senate subcommittee on Cuban nffnlrs. Mr.
HnM-niejer In suld to bnc found tho role of witness anything but a com
With but little If any kind ot wind
the bark S. C. Allen, Captain George
Johnson, drifted down from San Fran
rlsco In seventeen das and arrived off
this port at 7 o'clock this morning,
docking at Brcncr's wharf shortly af
ter noon. Sho brings a full cargo of
general merchandise and forty-ono
mules on deck. The passage was tin
oventful and the Allen comes in flno
condition, with her Uvo stock looking
nn If thev uprn taklnt- life eimv In the
Many of Captain Johnson's friends
were on the wharf to meet him, as he
Is one ot the most popular men who
come down hero master of a vessel.
First officer Ross Is the proud possess-
or ot a female bull pup which win ac-
kviuuaiiJ ,,,. t,ui.v w tut; vuu.h . .u ,
animal Is the pet of the ship and has
many endearing qualities, when not
THRM TO WHI
According to the present program of
Manager Ballentyne of the Rapid , C. B. Malle by his attorney, J. A. Ma
TrnnBlt Company, on Saturday after-1 goon, says he did not refuso to cancel
noon or tins weeK moro win uo a trial
trip of cars over tho King street ex -
Tar as Pllkol street, nnd, on Sunday,
regular cars will bo run from Kalinl
through to tho Walk I M road without
transfer. This will mso bo dono from
Wylllo street through to Punabou,
making througn service on tho two
branches ot the Rapid Transit lines.
Tho progress of tho work on King
street nar gone along witn a rapidity
that has been simply remarkable, and
tho announcement that thero will bo
1 through Bcrvlco to Wamlkl on Sunday
next Is n fitting climax to the splendid
work that has bccii carried on under
tho direction of Manager C. Q. Ballen-
Tho offices of McCabc, Hamilton &
Rcnny and tho von Hamm-Young Co.
wcro entered last night but not a cent
was secured In either place, the mon
ey having all been locked up In tho
sates previous to closing on Saturday
night. In neither caso could traces bo
found ot how tho robber or robbers got
Into tho offices. There aro suspicions
In one case. Tho matter Is now In tho
hands of tho police.
The price is $5.00
A nntty dress shoe. Unequaled for
stylo and finish. Wears well, looks
well, feels well and Is moderately priced
Two generations have learned that tho
nnmo HEYWOOD on a shoe Is a guar
antee ot Its quality.
Shoe Store 1057 fort st,
1 HARD IIS
Why a Mortgage Was Not
Lifted and Alimony
ACM DENIES INTENTION
OF DISOBEYING ORDER
silva Disputes the Jurisdiction of the
Circuit Court Probate Matters
, Before Different
W. C. Achl, answering tho citation
tor contempt Issued at the Instance of
the mortgage, but tried In every way
.and la , trylng t0 raao tho m
The stringency In the money market
has prevented success thus far. Mr.
Achl concludes; "He does not Intend
to disobey the order of this honorable
court, and Mr. Magoon knows it.
Whereforo tho defendant requests that
the motion may be dismissed, and that
a reasonable time may bo granted to
defendant to ralso the money."
M. G. Sllva has made an answer to
the citation for contempt against him
Issued on tho ground of his failure and
refusal to comply with a decree ot di
vorce. Ho Is represented by A. G. Cor
rea, Charles Crclghton and C. W. Ash
ford as counsel. The answer sets forth
that the citation Is null because neither
dated nor attested, it holds further
that the Circuit Court has uo Jurisdic
tion since an appeal from the decree
has been taken to tho Supreme Court.
Besides, not waiving objections to the
citation, the respondent declares that
be Is without means tor paying hit
wife's attorney's fee of $250 and $C0
monthly alimony. He has no cash and
little personal property convertible
Into cash. Most of his real estate hold-
(Continued on page 8.)
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