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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY JUNE IS, 11)02
Puion 5 Oknth.
Vol. XI. No. 2170.
Included Central Corner
in the Business
EXECUTION AGAINST A
SENATOR IS UNSATISFIED
Sundry Claim3 Filed in Court by the
! Bishop Estate A Woman Sued
Under the Wrong
FUTURE Slid MB
LOCAL BUSINESS MAN
HAKES HIS PREDICriONj
Views Result of Careful Following or
Leading Sugar Journal Through
out the WorldPossible
Action of the Trust.
Judge Hobnton has signed an Inter
locutory decree In tho Bally-Cushlng-ham
partition case. A one-seventh un
divided Interest Is awarded to each o(
the following named: Harriet Dally
nee Lewis, Charles Lewis, Alexander
Louis, Elizabeth M. Cushlngham
James D. Lewis, Margaret 13. Orteve
and L. L. McCandless. Cecil Brown,
trustee, Is the mortgagee of the inter
est owned by James D. Lewis. James
Auld Is entitled to a life estate in one-
third of one-eighth of the lands and
premises described In the complaint.
Harry Auld and his wife Miriam havo
no Interest In tho property. The prop'
crty sought to he partitioned consists
of the following designated pieces;
Land at the southeast corner or Bethel
and King tsrects bounded by the post'
office premises, Bethel street, King
land and containing an area of C9G0
square feet. Land In Walklkl road
opposite Sunny South. Lots in Kail a.
WnlklM, containing respect holy 3 5,
2 9 and 5.7 acres, a total of 12 1 acres.
As previously reported, W. Austin
Whiting is appointed commissioner to
report upon what parts of the property
may be partitioned by metes and
bounds and what may have to be sold
for the purposes of dividing It between
the parties according to their respec
An execution for $234 In the divorce
suit or 8. Kahtllna vs. I. II. Kahlllna
has been returned by Deputy Sheriff
Chilllngworth unsatisfied, the return
being made at the request of Kinney,
Ballou & McClanahan, attorneys for
plaintiff. Defendant Is a member of
the Senate for Kauai.
In the suit for partnership accounting
of E. C. Rone vs. Stanley Stephenson,
It Is stipulated that respondent may
have ten das additional from June 20,
E. A. Mott-Smth, attorney for tho
Bishop Estate, has filed claims in court
ns follows' Estate E. C. Macfarlane,
deceased, nno months' rent for lease
hold at Kalla, WalklSI, Oahu, $750; six
months' rent for bath-house premises,
Heleumoa, Walklkl, $70; nine months'
rent of lease hold at HoTumoa and
taxes, $1425. Estate J. K. Kaunamano,
deceased, seven ears' rent of leasehold
at Kckelanl, Walmanu. Hawaii, taxes
and Interest, $14G CO; principal and In
terest of note, $387.20.
Thomas Fitch, attorney for defendant
In the suit of James II. Cummlngs vs
Lousana Noble, flics an answer of
geenral denial, Incidentally stating
that, Instead of tho name under which
she Is sued, the real name of defend
ant Is Susannah Angelina Hunt.
A business man who has followed
the world's sugar conditions very close
ly made an Interesting prediction this
morning that seems very feasible to
say the least, though tho desire may
be father to tho thought.
Tho prediction Is that In event of
Austria following the lead of Germanj
In wiping out the sugar bounties, thf
Sugar Trust will withdraw a large por-
tlon of Its sugars from the market and
hold tho product till the effect of tho
reduction in beet sugar plantings 1$
felt and higher prices provnll. This will
enablo tho Trust to mnko large profit
and also hold up prices In the mean
This gentleman savs ho has followed
the sugar Journals of all countries for
many years past. Last year there
was a general prediction all along th
line that lower prices would prevail
This prediction Is fulfilled In the pres
ent depression of sugar prices These
same Journals are now predicting n
general advancement in sugars of all
grades. Judging tho future by tho past
the Bulletin's Informant Is convinced
that bed rock has been reached, and a
stronger market may now be reason
vw r.::""l to rN tSKirNK.
' Of Summer Resting Spell
BOER MS ill
Wl ED PEAGE
SHERIFF- DROWN BACK.
High Sheriff Brown returned from
Molokal In tho i.eluia last evening.
While on tho Island he spent most of
the time at his brother's place neat
Halawa. Sheriff Brown states that
tilings are very quiet on Molokal and
that tho police situation Is very satla
factory. It was tho Intention of Mr.
Drown to go right over to Maul upon
finishing his Molokal trip, but ho con
cluded it best to return to Honolulu
first. Ho will start out on his Maul
trip on Tuesday of next week. While
on Molokal, Mr. Brown did not get a
chance to either hunt or fish.
New York, Juno 9 A cable to tho
Sun from Durban, Natal, savs: Schnlk
Burger, former acting President of the
Transvaal, In an Interview published
in the Mercury, sajs General Joubcit
died of Illness and not of wounds as
had been reported. Steyn waVln tovor
ot peace, and Illness nlono prevented
him from attending the meeting ot tho
Boer leaders at which tho terms con
cluding hostilities were signed. Schalk
Burger said thai htro had been no cor
rcspondence with Kruger concerning
the peace negotiations. The Boera ad
mired the conduct or Kitchener, and
visits to the various camps sfiowed that
tho peoplo are glad that tho war la
The Mercury publishes a translation
or tho circular of the Boer leaders In
structing the readers to sign the peace
conditions The document points out
that there was no further hope of pro
curing Independence, the country was
being devastated and means of sub
sistence wero disappearing. The Boor
leaders wero also Influenced In favor
of peace by fllo dstrcss among tho
families In the British concentration
camps, moreover, tho Boers could not
retain thousands of prisoners like the
enemy. A small number of Bdeis and
overwhelming number of BritisTi pre
cluded the hope of victory despite sucrl
ill WE ROW
Now York, Juno 8 The Herald's
Washington special Bays: A sensation
al severance of the cordial" relations
existing between President Roosevelt
and Senator Hanna Is tho possible ro
suit of charges nicu againsi rcucrni
oftlcehblderB In Cleveland, OTilo, by
Representative Burton of that district.
Tho President Is dptermlned to Inves
tigate Senator Hanna Is strongly op
posed to sucTi a course. Friends ot
both say a serious break Is threaten-
Should this break come it would bo
breach between the President and tho
While the hot weather prevailing at
picsent would make school work al
most unbearable at any other time, the
tone In the schools now Is clleerful in
spite of the heat, because of the rapid
approach of tho long summer vaca
tion. While tho pupils In the various
schools In the city arc preparing In
dustrious!) for the examinations,
many arc also employed In preparing
themselves for their Blunts for com
menccment davs. class days, etc. Up
on tho whole an) one who happens to
go Into one of the larger schools nny
day would soon see that thcru was
something In tho air.
At the Kamchameha Schools, tho
printing press Is now busy getting out
programs for the various events
which will tako place as a closing ot
the year for the various branrjies of
Thn flrat nt these events will be tho
Class Day exercises of the Kamohame-1 Piano Quartet
ha Girls School, for which claboratu
arrangements aro now being made
and Invitations Issued, as tills Is a
strictly private affair.
Tho exercises will take, more lesi,
the form of a reception, ns there Is
only one pupil In the outgoing class.
Miss Awana. This event will tako
place on the evening of Friday, Juno
20. The program Is as follows:
O Lovely Night" Abt
"Listen to this Indian Legend,
To this Song of Hiawatha."
"All t..e tribes beheld the Blgnal,
The Pukwana of the Pence Pipe"
Thus the Four Winds wore divided.'
"Hiawatha, Child of Wonder."
'See the Sun In Bplendor Rising" . .
"Forth Into tho forest straightway,
All alone walked Hiawatha
Proudly, with his bow and nrrows."
The Song of Minnehaha"
'As unto tho bow the cord is,
So vrnto tho man Is woman."
'Glvo me ns my wife this maiden."
"Thus it was Mhev Journeyed home
ward." "Aloha Wolo"
"Sumptuous was tho feast Nokomls
Made at Hiawatha's wedding."
O Wert Thou In tho Cauld Blast". .
These are ghosts that come to haunt
'Into Hlawatnn's wigwam
Came two other guests
As silent as the ghosts wero."
'Farewell, O Mlnnchahal
Farewell, O Laughln Water!"
K. G. S. Call.
CASE OF BEN IIAAI1E0
IN POLICE COURT TODAY
Defendant Committed to Circuit Court
For Trail- Damaging Testi
mony of Mrs. Becky
GRADUATING CLASS OK 1902
John Rice Smith
O-lta tvnmnlinmnlin TlnVfl' Sehnnl will
The commencement exorcises of thn lmvu ttI1 commencement exewlsos oo
Tuesday evening, Juno 24, nt 8 o clock,
for which event tho following Interest
lug program has been prepared
Organ Prelude. Invocation.
Music, Legends Mohring
Salutatory, Class History
David C. Kamatiotaa
Girls' School will tako plaqu at 3 30
p m. Saturday, Juno 21. This Is tho
sixth commencement of this school
and quite an elaborato program has
been arranged. It Is as follows'
Motto To Stand Richard
The Bridal ot the Birds Brlnle)
Invocation Rev. E. S. TImottco oome Life History
Response He Aloha Ka Haku.... Komeolanl T. Nahlwa
Lllluokalanl Students as Missionaries
A Practical Education '?"'
4UUBII ...ui.uuii.1 v..uw
The Hawaiian In Trades
rVnnat IT !!ttil
Piano l.-Ellzabeth Vannntta, Katie country Llfo in Hawaii
Sadler. Daniel 8 K. Pahu
Ben Haaheo the native who wis
arrested on Saturday night last on tho
i hargo of assault with a deadly
weapon on Mrs Uecky Houghtailing,
appeared In the Police Court todav.
He was defended by Attorney J L.
Kaulukou, whuo the sldo of the pro
edition was represented by Attorney
lhe first witness on the stnnd was
Mrs Houghtailing herself, who told
the story of the trouble of Saturdi)
night. She stated that she had gone
home to her house in Kalthl and that
upon her arrival there sho was greet
ed by Haaheo, who took n package
of beer Bhe had with her threw It on
the giound and broke It to pieces
This having been uone, tho two went
Into tho house, where Haaheo took $20
from her, which she supposed ho
wanted for gambling purposes. At
any rate, sho never saw tho money
Upon sitting down at the tablo for
supper, Haaheo picked up a plate or
flsli and hit her on the head with It.
ID WI II FlY
Albatross Returns From
a Very Successful
SAW NOTHING OF THE
ABANDONED SHIP KERB
Fish Commission Boat May Qo Out k
Again TomorrowValuable and
Pino 2,-Mlss Bylnagton. Miss Aholo. Kamehnmcha In Athletics She called him a lazy bruto or son
Address Charles Bartlett Dyko UlulanI F. Lemon
In May Time A. BUIctcr Songs-
Chorus. I (a) Robin Adair Dudley Buck vv ay,
Presentation of Cert lllcntcs tnj serenade victor nc-rueri
Minn TilA M. Pnn
God Is My Guide Franz Schubert ! alodlctory ...... . . James A
rimrnii Music, Breeze of tho Mgnt .1.
Hawaii Ponot Bcrgcr
Benediction Dr. W. B Elkln
Tho Kamchameha boys are not to
be outdone by their fair Bchoolmates,
the various departments of lhe Hojx'
School having no less than llireo dif
ferent ovents to their credit.
Tho Kamehameha Preparatory
I School will have Its Class Day on Frl-
unv limn fl nt 9-fln n m thn urn
gram for tho event being as follows:
Chorus Kamehameha Song
Prayer Mr. II. K. Pocpoo
Industrial Work William Nacolo
Our Mountains John Pahla
Music Sailing. -
What I Know About Trees
John Rice Smith
A Great Artist.... David Kchlokamoku
Tennyson William Kalu
Music Sweet and Low.
Our Pleasures Edward Campbell
I Class Song and Yell.
Glee and Mandolin Clubs.
Address One of tho TrustcCB
Presentation of Diplomas
Hawaii Ponol Congregation
Benediction Organ Postludc
The Manual Department of tho
school w 11 f have the following program
for Its exercises:
Class day exercises of the class of struck by nlno shots
1902 will take place on Juno 23, at 2 Witness slated positively that sho
p. ra. Tho program Is as follows: bow the gun pointed nt her and that
After a very successful cruise around
tho Island of Kauai the United States
I Fish Commission steamship Albatross.
Captain Thomas, returned to her berth
at the Navy wharf In this harbor about
11 o'clock this morning. She will re
main In port but a day or two, how
I ever. She may start out again tomor-
tun uu uiiuiticr erutBt.
The Albatross was gone a little over
a week. All aboard, scientists, officers
and crew, were busy all the time, for
thing or tho kind, and sho supposed he tho nets were constantl) in commission
did not like being addressed In bucIi n nnd the deep was made to give up many
curious and valuable sneclmens of llv-
L.ven tno assault wiin mo uroom )ng tnnKS. surface nets. Intermediate
was not enough and Haaheo procured netg nnd net8 conBtructed to Bcour the
u uiuuiu iiuiiuiu lur use- uu uer ier-
PU11 . lll'il IIV DtlHI UU ItllVltUlll .U TV(I r.
M- nml alnftml nttr,.- Ma alintivtin I OlinUay,
. . " ' I ". .t. -1-l.n.nnB .. h .1 nil 1.1 nfll,.....
U..I11 . UU.UilA Ullll till IIIB UUKCID
arc enthusiastic In tUelr praise ot tho
bottom were used every day except
She ran down tho steps and out Into
the bach vard and. upon turning
around to see If Hiaheo was belilnd
her she saw tho man standing on the
porch upstairs with a gun In his
hands At tho same moment, tho wea
pon wns discharged and she was
Invocation Rev. David At
Music Cossack Galop
Salutatory and Class History ....
David C. Kamauoha
Planting the Class Vine.
Recitation Our Planting a Vine. 7
Henry K. K. Alkue.
Music Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son.
Charles DartrcU Dyko
Music Bohemian Girl.
the threats by Haaheo were made In
tho presence of others. I
The prosecution put on two men
who Baw tho trouble and their testi
mony was substantially the same ns
that offered by the first witness. They
beard tho threats and ono of them
saw tho gun pointed at Mrs. HougV
(Continued on pago 8 )
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in everything 7
represent the very highest
quality obtainable. Ask our
customers. Come see our
samples and ask yourself.
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entranco on Union.
London, June 9. The officials of
the Commercial Cable Company have
received advices to the effect that 1000
miles of the San Francisco-Honolulu
section of the company's Pacific cable,
which Is being manufactured for them
here, have been completed.
FUNDS WERE APPROBATED
TO SHAPE LEGISLATION
Will Undoubtedly Have Effect on
Cnbau Reciprocity Situation
Thurber Makes Some
Pretoria, Juno 10. Uocr comrann
docs arriving bore bring reports of
fresh instances of fraternization be
twecn tho Boors and tho British
tioo:8. Tho surrender of a commaii
pectacular and disastrous ,,0 at Baiworai. Transvaal, was follow
, cd Ijv a blc "sine song " Tho British
chairman of the Natlonnl Committee soltllers stationed at the blockhouse
of flic ruling party Ui&t has occurred uotVNet,n nainlolnl oad Pretoria In
since tho falling out of President liar-, ,.... ..i-tniinc. liofd nn tho tralnB and
Washington, June ... Tho testlmo
ny given today before tho Committee
on Cuban Relations by F. B. Thurbor,
Bbowlng that between SttuuO ami $9090
had been paid out of the Cuban treas
ury under tho direction of Governor
General Wood for the promotion of tho
effort to secure reciprocity between
the United States and Cuba, caused a
sensation In tho Scnato today.
Tho news of Thurber's statement
reached the Scnato cTTamber about tho
tlmo that body had convened and w!i n
Senntor Teller, whose examination hal
developed tho facts, ranilo his appear
unco on tho floor, ho was Immediately
surrounded by Senators from both
Bides of tho chamber, who professed
grnt anxiety to know nil tnat had oc-
currid Copies of ono voucher pro
Washington, . C, June 9.
Evening Bulletin, Honolulu, T. H.
The Senate Committee on Pacific
Islands decided today to propose
amendment to the general deficiency
bill to pay one million dollars for fire
claims and authorize the Territory to
Issue bond for the remainder, pay
able from future revenues.
J. A. BRECKONS.
monts, and also to rccelvo a report
from the committee, consisting of
Senators Elklns, Burrows and Jonci
of Novada, appointed to confer with
tho Republican members of the Cuban
Committee. This committee will
state that the Cuban Commlttco lias
declined to consider nil tho proposi
tions looking to a comproThlso whl"h
havo been made, and It probably will
ask to bo discharged. Tho proposl
tlnns thnt havo been mado are two
the fliBt for a rebato and tho Becnnd
lor a commercial treatv wllli Culm
. .. -i - ' -- -
rlson nnd Senator Quay, who manarea, proffere(i coff,,,, nn j tobacco to thclf duccd were eagerly Bought, and thu Ilia committeo wTil Bay that bolli
iiemnnu was not saiiBiieu uniii loriy pinns were rejected, nnd .that tho
tho campaign In which
tho former iato enemies,
Attorney Kaulukou, In the course of
the proceedings and when the gun was
being Introduced as evidence, stated
that there was no ovldcnco to tlio ef
fect that tho weapon had been pointed
at the plaintiff. Judge Wllocx replied
thnt Becky herself had testified that
she had stopped nlno ot the shots
Mr. Kaulukou further stated that
there was no evldenco that the gun
was a deadly weapon Judge Wilcox
smiled anil said there was no need of
nil) expert testimony to prove to his
mind whether or no tho gun was a
Thu testimony wns wholly against
the defendant and ho was committed
to the Circuit Court for trial, his ball
being fixed nt $S00
LYNCH IS ARRESTED
Garden Isle, thinking it one of the most
beautiful of this group. The weather
during the trip was most pleasant and
nothing of a nature calculated to mar
tho pleasure of the enterprise occurred.
I The Albatross did not enter any ot tho
ports of Kauai, although some ot her
peoplo went asliorc at Walmea, Maka
well and other ports.
I Two or the boats or tho abandoned
British ship Fanlo Kerr were seen at
Walmea, but nothing was seen or heard
of the Fannie Kerr herself. The Alba
tross was not tar away from Kauai at
any tlmo and It was not likely that she
I would see anything or the burning ship.
In the laboratory or the Albatross
numerous Jars and bottles containing
many wonderful little creatures of the
ocean show how successful the cruise
or tho vessel has been.
A large quantity of specimens of sur-
I fnce lire has been collected and tho
Bclcntists of the Albatross have secured
countless numbers of the joung of
many varieties ot fish.
Two or three Jars of "surface soup"
nro among the most interesting things.
.This 'soup" was token from the water
I by tho very fine surfaco nets. It has
something of n Jell) appearance This
surfaco life Is to be found all over tho
ocean. It Is tho food of fishes and
would not be at all bad eating for hu
mans, especially In the case of ship
Deep sea coral In numerous beauti
ful forms Is Included In the collection.
Coral that grows to a considerable
height, a stalk bearing long, feather
HLe leaves ot enduring material, col
ored In various hues.
In one Jar Is to be seen a most pecu
liar sight. A small star fish Is in tho
middle, surrounded by dainty sticks ol
London, Juno 11 Colonel Arthur
I.)nch. who fought wth the Doers In
South Africa and who. In November
last, was elected to represent Oalway In
tho House of Commons, was arrested
this morning on his arrival at NEw Ha
ven from Dieppe, France. Colonel
Ljncli. who was accompanied by his coral, sticks that seem more like deli-
wire, was brought to London and was cate stone flowera strung on a slender
afterward taken to the Row street po- rod. The star fish has Us arms wrap-
Dr Charles F, Rand, who Is accept
ed as being the first volunteer for the
Civil ,Var, Is still living In Washing
ton, D. C. He waB also the first soldier
to win the Congressional medal of
honor for distinguished gallanlr) In
ped many times around bunches of
these pretty stalks. The net brought
him to the surfaco In this position and
so ho will remain as long ns science
has uso for him as a specimen.
From a depth or 733 fathoms the net
brought up a magnificent piece of glasi
(Continued en pag9 D)
CABLE BILL KILLED
Washington, June 11. The House to
day dispatched tho Corliss cable b.M
by the same method It adopted yester
day In the case of the forest reserve
bill. It struck out the enacting clause
of the measure by a vote of 110 to 77,
thus giving no opportunity to test tho
strength of the Dalzell substitute,
which authorized tho President to con
tract with a private company for tho
laying of a cable.
I want agents ovory where to take or
ders Tor ray ramoua Made To Order
C-O-RO-N-A C-O-L-T 8hoes. Corona
colt Is a now PATENT LEATHER not
affected by heat or cold, fully GUAR
ANTEED not to crnek. Send $2 60
for sample and all Information how to
take orders, etc. Secure tho first ngen
cy In our locality, shoes sell at $3 60.
AgentB making $50 00 to $100 u week.
O HINTERMEISTER, Tho Shoemak
er, Fisher Building, cnicago, Illinois,
U, S. A.
Tho Boera generally hold unfavor ,,r ""' T!"8, .'"V! '"a"" ,tyl";wrlt,ten I ""; of the Cuban Committee
able estimates of (heir foreign allies, MucU ntwrt WM n,90 nianlfo8te(1
except tno Americans, wnom tnoy uo ' tno .)art ot
claro to bo crafty and great ftgtors. A House nnd son
prominent commandant safd: "All tho
Germans are Qt for Is to give horsoi
MtStlT TIE (nil
"The Opium Cache on Maul." Smug
gler Whaley and tne yacht Halcyon.
would not chango lliolr position that
there must bo a Btralght reduction ot
20 per cent without any conilltlons,
except that tho President might hav j
power to revoke tho concession In caso
tho members ot tho
nnd some of tho beet sugar ad
vocates or that body pointed out that
Mr. Thurber had not In his testimony ho found that tho Cuban planters were
before tho Ways nnd Means Commit- not getting tho benent of It.
too indicated any connection with tho I The full conferenco will bo In tho
Cuban Government In his effort to nnturo of a caucus, and somo of tho
crento Bentiment In this country fnvor- beet sugar men say they will enter It
ablo to concessions to Cuba. only with tho understanding that thy
Opinions ns to tho ultimate effect of shall not bo bound by any conclusion
the testimony nro as varied as tho pre that may be reached. Tho advocates
dllectlons and prejudices of tho Sen-1 of a tariff reduction sny CTTat no action
ate, but the Inimedlato results are seen by a Republican Senatorial caucus -Is
In Hi decision reached during the att- binding, but they add that defections
West Point, N. Y., Juno 11. Tho cel
ebration of tho 100th anniversary of
the West Point Military Academy
reached Its climax today. President
Roosevelt wns the chief guest, and thcieornoon to havo two caucuses In the
was a brilliant crowd, Including many early future tiio hi si oi inese win no
Army and Navy officers, Cabinet olll- held by tho beet sugar Republican
cers, ladles In bright costumes and Senators tomorrow and tho second by
bnndsomoly uniformed diplomats all tho Republican Senators Friday or
Tho day's activities began with tli6 , Saturday, Senator Hurrows Is respon
arrival of the President, and then camo'niiiio for the stntoment that tho beet
a review of the cadets, a reCTptloiTTft sugar men will meet nnd Senator Al
the home of the superintendent of thflidrlch for the announcement thnt thoio
Academy, Colonel Mills the form.', e-wm u0 a Kon0ral conferenco before tho
crclscs and speeches In Memorial Hnll e0so of tho week
after luncheon and tho dress piJUlttl Th prp0B0 ot tuo meeting of tho
at sundown Tho banquet, with more ,)Pct Bllgar mcn ls t0 conBldor the sit
than 500 guests, was held In the oven- 'uatlon a8 affected b) toda)'s dovelop
have occurred only In rare Instances
"The Opium Cache on Maul," Smug
gler Whaley and the yacht Halcyon,
S, S. SONOMA, JUNE 17
Next Express Steamer to Coast.
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with Amerleun
The price is $5.00
A natty drc shoe. Unequoled tor
style and finish. Wears well, looks
weld feels well and Is moderately priced
Two fenerations have learned thnt the
name HEYWOOD on a shoe Is n uur
untee ol Its quality.
Shoe Store mn raw st.