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Vol. XI. No. 218!
HONOLULU, TfillltlTOIlY OP II A WAIT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE '25. W02
PltlOK 5 Oknts.
A Mill' AFIKONA
THE DAILY QUESTION.
a iiaii, jtim au iuihus. j
THE KERR WAS NEAR
MEMBERS OF ALUMNI
IN ANNUAL SESSION
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"Well, Pelee, how
Parade Committee Makes
Plans for March In
PRIZES TO BE GIVEN
FOR HANDSOMEST FLOATS
Three Bands Will Cheer the March
Through the City Streets I
Officers for the Parade
The parade committee of tho Fourth
of July general committee held a
meeting yesterday afternoon at which
arrangements were mado for tho
grand parado on tho Fourth.
The lino of march will be ns follows:
Tho participants In the parado will
form In Capitol Squaro at 8:45 In tho
morning. Tho march will start M
9:30, going down Merchant street tit
Nuuanu. to King, to Fort, to Vineyard,
to Kmma, to Alakea, to Merchant, and
to Capitol Square, where tho procos
slon will pass In review and cxeculo
countermarch In Capitol Square, going
to Klchards stroet, where It will fco
dismissed. The committee will c
deav'or to arrange for three bands to
participate, namely tno Territorial,
tho Catholic Mission and tho Portu
Grand marshal of tho parado will b
Col. i, H. Boyd. C. L. Crabbo will be
his chief aide, the rest of tbo staff (.4
aides being as follows: A. O. Kaulit
kou, David Dayton, J. J. Dclser, W. H.
Hoogs, O. K. Dnlrd, H, Copp. T. 11.
Cummins and II. C. Easton. Tho aide'
uniform will consist of a black hat,
bla'ck coat, white trousers and brown
leggins. It was further decided to en
courage the various trades and busi
ness houses to decorate floats by of
fering prizes to the best ones of theso
Trado floats, three prizes: """ First,
$75; second, $50; and 3d, $25.
Dest decorated business delivery
trucks and wagons, threo prizes:
of the T
Have you seen tho proofs I
of our assertion that wo tako
Wo have them on exhibi
tion at our studio. What wo
liavo done for others wo can
do for you. Come nnd seo.
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
are you now?"
First, (50; 2d, 130; and 3d, 1G.
Rest decorated bicycles, three
prizes: First, $10; second, $10; and
Dest sustained characters, three
prizes: First, best group, $25; 2d, best
slnglo character, $10.
I The Fire Department was given nn
allowance of 100 for decoration and
display and tho Road Department waB
given an allowance of $50 for similar
All organizations are Invited to bo
represented In tho parade. Tho pa-
rado committee requests all those who
Intend to participate in the parade lo
notify the grand marshal, Col. Jns. II,
Xloyd, of such Intention on or before
July 1st In order that a place In tho
procession 'may bo assigned to them.
Believes Republican Party Should Be
Reorganized Says He Will
Always Remain a
John I.ane. member of tho Territo
rial Central Committee, from tho Fifth
District, nnd one of tho young Hawaii
ans who fought so hard and obtained
such good results for the party In tho
last election, has resigned. Ills resig
nation, which reads as follows, was
sent In to Secretary J. II. Fisher last
Honolulu, Juno 24, 1902.
J. It. Fisher Esq., Secretary Territo
rial Central Committee.
Dear Sir: Dellovlng that recent
events have so demoralized our party
organization that a reorganization is
necessary upon tho basis of recent
changes and desiring to mako th
work as csy as posslblo and to pro
moto tho harmony and success of tho
party, I do hereby tender my resigna
tion ns member of tho Territorial
Central Committee and as vlco chair
man thereof, I am, dear sir, very sin
cerely yours, JNO. C. LANE.
The attltudo taken by Mr. Lane is
straight from the shoulder and honest
lu every roapoct. Ho, llko the mass of
young Ilawallans who bollevo In tho
Republican lot Hi as one that will win
out In tho long run, has viewed with
deep regret tho Influence that cortaln
events of lato transpiration have had
on the party In Hawaii apd believes
that tho only salvation lies In a com
plete reconstruction of that party.
Speaking of bis resignation this morn
ing, Mr. Lano said:
"I havo been accused by certain
members of tho Republican party of
resigning In order to cast my fortunes
with tho Homo Uulo party. While not
for one momont disparaging tho hon
est motives of tho native party, I wish
to say onco nnd for all that 1 havo al
ways been a Republican and will al
ways bo ono My honest Conviction
as to my duty In tho presont crisis Is
contained In my letter of resignation.
Whorcyor the party interests are,
thoro you will find mine, and I think
Viat I can rely on my party work In
the last campaign to back mo up Id
THE II1LO RMLROAD.
Plans for tho HHo wnterfront ex
tension of tho Hllo Railroad Company's
tracks havo not yet been filed In the
Public Works ofllce. Tho formality
will probably bo complied with by Fri
day of this week, and as tho matter has
been well considered thero will most
likely bo prompt executive npprowil of
Blazing Heavens Generally Attributed
However, to Volcanic Conditions
Mikahala From Kauai
Reports Glorious Sight.
"Is the volcano on Hawaii still ac-
tlvo?" asked the purser of tho steamer
Mlkahnla when that vessel arrived at
C.50 o'clock this morning from Kauai
ports. Ho was Informed that tho Man
na 1.0,1 had reported no change, that tho
activity was not Increasing nor deereas.
"At Kekaha," continued the purser,
"they wcro wondering If there hnd not
been n lively eruption, for the skies
at sunset have of late been moro bril
liant than UBUal and n most gorgeous
red has been visible In the heaens long
after the sun has set."
According to those aboard the Mika
hala tho sunset as seen from Kekaha
aroused a great deal of curlotlty In that
On Monday night the illumination In
tho sky was so great that a few of the
moro speculative ones at Kekaha were
of tho opinion that there was a ship
aflro at sea, not far from the port
Some thought that the abandoned ship
Fnnnlo Kerr was near at hand. Oth
ers. howover, bellovod there was little
chanco of tho Kannlo Kerr being In
flames. If It was Indeed the burning
Drltlsh ship, they said, she would
probably still be only smoking, show-
Ing little or no fire, as the coal cargo
would not likely make a blazo. About
9:30 o'clock tho glow faded out of tho
sky and the Kannlo Kerr was forgotten,
The popular opinion was that the bril
liant light was caused by volcanic con,
The Mikahala brought 3098 bags of
sugar from Kauai and several passon
gcrs, the list appearing elsewhere.
Coronation Day services in St. An
drew's Cathedral will begin punctually
at 9:15 tomorrow morning.
WILL SEND INVITATIONS
TO EVENT OF THE FOURTH
Though His Ideas Seem to Run
Counter to What Others Had Plan
ned Executive Committee
May Be Called.
Thero Is an Interesting question of
odlclal haut ton as opposed to tho
people's hoi pollol arising In connec
tion with the Fourth of July ball which
It Is said will bo presented to the
Fourth of July executive committee to
Tho general supposition has been
thnt Invitations to the Fourth of July
ball would bo sent out by tho citizens'
committee in charge of the affair, as
tho only ofllclal featuro In connection
with the occasion Is tho Governor's re
ception which precedes the ball.
Governor Dole, however, seems to
take a different view and It Is bald has
notified the ball committee that he
should Issuo the Invitations to the ball.
This has aroused somo apparently
sharp differences of opinion. Many
hold that the Governor Is getting his
ofllclal money's worth In the reception,
and want to know where tho citizens
part of It cornea In especially as tho
citizens aro putting up tho principal
part of tho funds. Although tho mat
ter Is not one of serious moment as
affecting the destiny of the Territory, It
Ik said to bo causing friction In high
In the window of tho Dergstrom Mu
sic Co., Progress block. Fort street, is
ono of tho most Interesting souvenirs
that has arrived In Honolulu for many
n day. It is a small bottle filled with
a sample of tho lava dust from Mont
Pelee which fell on tho decks of the
Ilrltlsh schooner Exception, whllo at
Darbadoes, May 0.
This vessel was 112 miles from the
volcano when It broko out and tho dust
fell threo Inches deep on the decks.
The chemical anaylsls of the dust Is
aa follows: Silica, 53.34 per cent;
Ecsqul-oxldcs of Iron and aluminium.
30.68 per cent; calcium oxldo, 10.47 per
cent; magnesium oxide, 4.12 per cent;
sulphur, 0.17 per cent, and a trace of
Tho bottle of ashes was sent to Mrs.
llergstiom by the agent of tho com
pany controlling tho bark Exception,
stntloned In Now York. In tho letter
accompanying tho bottlo of ashes Is
the statement that, at 3 o'clock on the
afternoon of the day that tho ashes
fell on tho ship, no ono was ablo to see
his hand directly in front of his face
and nearly overyono aboard was all but
I Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
4 Tho Peking's mall brought the 4
4 flrat batch of coin for tho Kona- 4
4- Kau railway obtained from the 4
4 $300,000 worth of bonds floated by 4
4 Jacob Coerper In San Francisco. 4
4 Tho money obtained at this time 4
4 Is sufllclcnt for carrying on tho 4
4 suney work now being dono by 4
4 Surveyor Wall. 4
4 Owing to the failure of printers 4
4 to havo the bond forms ready be- 4
4 foro tho salting of tho steamer 4
4 tlii, full amount expected was not 4
4 rcveUed. All details for floating 4
4 the bonds hao been completed, 4
4 however, nnd Mr. Coerper Is ex- 4
4 peeled to return after ho has plac- 4
4 ed his orders for supplies. The 4
4 bonds hne been handled by the 4
4 Pacific t'nderw riling and Trust 4
4 Company with tho Oermnulu 4
4 Trust Company ns trustee. 4
TO BE FEAST OF REASON
AND A FLOW OF SOUL
Splendid Program Arranged By T
McCants Stewart Judge M. M.
Estee on "The Bench
There promises to bo at the liar As
soclatlon dinner, next Saturday even
ing, at tbo Moana hotel, not only a
feast of good things for tho Inner man,
but also "a feast of reason and a How
of soul." W. O. Smith, president of tho
liar Association, will preside. A. G. M.
Robertson, as chairman of the dinner
committee, has sent out the Invitations,
and T. McCants Stowart, as chairman
of tho committee on literary, exercises,
has arranged the following twists, nnd
secured tho acceptance of tho speakers-
"Tho President of the United States."
to be respondod to by Gov. 8. D. Dole.
"Tho Ucnch nnd liar," by Judgo M.
"International Arbitration ns a Sub
stitute for War," by Judge W. J. Robin
son. "American Influence on the World's
Civilization," by J, J. Dunne.
'The Prevention of Litigation," by
J. T De Bolt.
Thero will ulso be nn address on "The
Higher Function of the liar the Devel
opment of the Law," by Chief Justice
W. F. Frear. nnd a general discussion
will be opened by Attorney General E.
P. Dolo nnd F. E. Thompson.
UPON INJUNCTION AGAINST
RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY
Request of Defendant is Tantamount
to Damages Against Plaintiff
Will of William Aula
John D. Holt Jr. lias entered a de
murrer on his own behalf to tbo suit
of William Lono Austin against It. W.
Holt and others, an equity claim for a
legacy from tno Holt estate
Judgo Humphreys has set tomorrow
for filing his decreo In tho Walklkt In
Junction suit against tho Rapid Tran
sit Company, wherein ho has dismiss
ed tho bill, Interest In tho decreo cen
ters In tho disposition to bo mado of
tho defendant's request to hnvo attor
ney's fees as well an tno regular costs
taxed against tho plaintiffs. Compll
nnco with this request would bo tanta
mount to a Judgment for damages, on
account of frivolous prosecution,
ngalnst tho Chlnoso vegetable garden
ing company In whoso nnmo tho suit
J. O. Carter this aftornoon present
ed for probate tno will of tho lato Wil
liam Auld on tho petition of Mary
Adams Auld, widow, who being em
powered by tho will to chooso an ad
ministrator, has named Mr. Carter as
such. Mrs. Auld is solo dcvlseo and
legatee. Tho proceedings did not
take placo In tlmo for a summnry ct
tho will In this Issun.
The little schooner Ada arrived In
port early this morning from tho other
sldo of this Island with 2S0 bags of rice
nnd 30 bags of bran. TIiIb morning slio
was painted n lullllnnt blue, much totlio
onllvenment of tho harbor scenery.
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199,
Masonic Temple, with American
Speeches and Music Out at
Institution Tonight Enthusi
astic Time Is
Tho Kamehnmeha Alumni Associa
tion will hao n big time at Its annual
icunlon tonight. Thero are a large
number of graduates In the city nnd the
only ones who will not bo In attend
ance will be thoso who are sick In bed.
A flue program has been nrrnnged anil
the )oung Ilawallans arc anticipating
a most enthusiastic session. Follow
ing Is the complete program:
Music Kntnchnmrha Glrc Club
Talk from Class of '91 and Song. . .
C. E. King
Talk from Class of '93 and Song. . .
Rev. David I.. Al
Address .,, V. Thompson
Music Ernest Kan
Talk from Class of '91 and Song .
Talk from Class of "93 and Song..
Music K. A. A.
Talk from Class of '96 and Song..
Talk from Class of '97 II. Auld
Address T. McCants Stewart
Music K. A. A
Talk from Class of '93 and Song. .
Talk from Class of '99 and Song .
Talk from Class of '00 and Song. .
Music K. A. A,
Address (In Hawaiian)
Senator I). Kanuhn
Talk from Class of '01 and Song..
Class Song and Yell Class of '02
Music Ernest Kaai
Talk on K. A. A W. Spencer
Knmehameha School Song Ily All
Threo Jolly Cheers for the School
CRICKET PLAYERS GAME
FOR CORONATION DAY
Interesting Contest Assured at Ma
kiki Grounds Tomorrow After
noon Make -Up of the
Owlni; to the fart that several of tho
playeis chosen to play In the Corona
tion Day cricket match are unable to
attend the teams havo been somewhat
altered. It has been decided to nnmo
them the King's and tbo Queen's team.
They will bo composod as follows:
King's team Morso (captain), llrett.
Harvey. It. Anderson, von der Heyile,
A. T. Miles, Pllanala. Alilo. II. Glass,
R. A. Jordan and Picker.
Queen's team S. Ileardmore (cap
tain). W. L. Stanley. Hatfield, Illack
man, McGtll. Jamleson. D. Glass, Cock
burn, Prluco Cupid, Kltcat and Irish.
Substitutes I'nrraday, Mclntyre, Gill
II. II. Sinclair and Mr. Waldron have
been chosen to uct as umprles,
As distinguishing badges the men of
tho King's team will wear rosettes of
red, white and bluo while thoso of tho
Queen's team will wear rosettes of
royal purplo w ltd white streamers.
Photographer Datoy will be on the
grounds at 2 o'clock to tako a couple of
pictures of the teams. The players are
to bo on the grounds at 130 p. m. to be
In readiness for the game which starts
at 2 p. m. sharp.
111 A BUTCHER KNIFE
Sam I'anliao, who was released from
Oahu Jail a few days ago after having
served a term on the charge of lar
ceny. In again In tno clutches of tho
police, ho having been arrested on n
warrant charging him with assault
with a weapon on Knncoto.
To get to tho bottom of tho motive
for tho assault It will bo necessary io
go hack a llttto Into past history.
Paahao wns sentenced first to n
term In Oahu Jail on tho chargo of sell
ing opium without n license. Soon
after being released from Jail, he was
sent over for a term on tho chargo of
It appears that Kaneolo. the native
upon whom the assault was made, was
one of Tho principal witnesses In tho
case of larceny against Paahao,
W'horr Paahao was released tho oth
er day. ho proceeded to get drunk nnd
then went to KanCole's houso with n
big butcher Knife In bis hand. Ho nt
tacUed the man who hnd given ovl
deifce against him, but tho latter had
nil his wits about him. Help arrived
nnd Paahao was secured and tho knlfo
taken away from him.
In the Pollco Court today, tho de
fendant waived examination nnd wns
bound over lo tho Circuit Court for
trial. Ills bull was phfeed at $100.
The Ice Trust: "Isn't It about time for you to move on?"
THE FORT GEORGE
Sevety thousand bags of sugar aro
awaiting the American ship Fort
George In the warehouse on tho rail
way wharf. This sugar Is destined for
Captain Marston of Walsh & Co. Is
waiting In Honolulu for the arrival uf
tho Fort George from Port PIrle, New
South Wales, which port the ship left
C9 days ago. he Is here to examine
her as to her fitness to mako the voy
age around the Horn. She Is In need
of repairs and thero Is some talk of
her having passed Honolulu by, going
direct to Saa Francisco for an over
hauling. Tho Fort George Is never
theless looked for to arrive hero at
any time. If she Is In good enough
condition to make the trip to New
ork. she will load sugar here and
proceed around tho Horn. In tho event
of tho Now York trip being considered
unwise, the Fort Oeorgo will take th
sugar to San Francisco. Tho sugar
will then be sent overland to New
When the steamship China, from
tho Orient, reported the other day
that bIio hnd sighted n ship closely re-
Bcmbling tho abandoned Fannlo Kerr,
the opinion was expressed by some on
tho waterfront that sho might havo
been the Fort George. The Fort
George, however, Is In ballast and
high out of the water, ine vessel
sighted by tho China was deep In tho
Jas. H. Iloyd, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, wns asked what was going
to bo dono about tho rails of tho Ha
waiian Tramways Company dug up by
tho Rapid Transit Company and piled
on tho sldo of King street, whero they
constltuto n dangerous obstruction to
public trafllo upon that thoroughfare.
Tho reply wbb that Manager Pain of
tho Trnmways Company would have to
remove tho rails. Superintendent Royd
wns not ready to gay whether ho would
tako ofllclal action forthwith to com
pel the removal of the rails. Ho sug
gested that a complaint by petition on
behalf of tho public addressed to him
might facllltato and hasten the abate
ment of tho nuisance
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Exercises of the Juniors
Were Held this
IS WELL PERFORMED
Good and Careful Training of the
Pupils Evident-Young King Cole
Springs Surprise Head
of Her Class.
This morning the Junior grades of
Punahou Preparatory School held
their closing exercises before the long
summer vacation. The school rooms
on the old McKibbln estate wcro pret
tily decorated with flowers and filled
with the fond mothers and loving sis
tors of tho little tots, who displayed
specimens of some excellent drawings
on tho blackboards that coer the
walls of the room. Upwards of forty
children marched In couples Into tho
largo school room, keeping step to tho
tattoo of the drum corps, in chargo of
Miss May Wlnne, teacher of the sec
ond grade, nnd Mrs. Morgan, the
teacher of tho first grade. Tho pro
gram, which showed signs of careful
study and preparation, wag as follows:
2. Star Spangled Ilanner.
3. My Shadow Charlie Agasslz.
4. A 8ecret Margaret Crawley.
C. Song, Cocoa Palm.
C. Threo Little Mothers Hazel
Gear, Paulino Mucklcy, Caroline Rip
7. Forget Me Not First Grade.
8. 8ong, Tho Rice.
9. Tho Evolution of Light Marjorlo
10. System Reginald Mclanphy.
11. Song, Young King Cole Albert
(Continued on page 4.)
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