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HONOLULU, TRBU1TOKY OF HAWAJI, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1A02
PltlOE 5 OCNTB,
A PRESENT TOR KINO EDWARD.
MOANA FROM COLONIES JULY FOURTH SNRIS
A 1IA1E FOREST
TO BE A FEATURE IN
!: THE CORONATION'S MOST WELCOME GUEST.
PEOPLE ON BOARD
" vlillnfe tliat a bill of exceptions may be
, filed with tho clerk In tho absence of
A RaiTfln VIRtOrV Gainfin'tne Judge, absence of tho Judge from
on Exceptions from
JUDGE ERRED BUT HARM
WAS BEYOND REMEDY
Justice Perry Files Conditional Con
currenceHonolulu Judge Not
Absent When Out Feeding
Justice Galbralth Is nuthor of a ma
jority opinion of tho Supreme Court
upon exceptions from the Fifth Cir
cuit, Kauai, lu tho case of McTlryde
Estate against Gay & Hoblnson. Plain
tiff excepted to the continuance, of tho
case for tho term. Tho Supreme Court
finds that Circuit Judge Hardy erred,
bulsays: "The term having lapsed tho
case will go over as a matter of necea
slty. It would be fruitless to sustain
the exception, and for that reason it
should be overruled. It Is so ordered '
Justice Perry In a supplementary
opinion, thinks It cannot bo said that
the trial judge abused his discretion
If the motion was granted on account
of lack of time to prepare for trial, but
concurs In holding that If tho ruling
was based solely on tho ground of right
as a matter of practice It was erro
neous. Kinney, Dallou & McClanahan for
plaintiff; Robertson & Wilder for da
Tho syllabus is as follows:
"An application for a oontlnuanco i.t
a causn Is addressed to the sound legal
discretion of the court.
"Every motion for n contlnuanca
should stand on Its own merit.
"A Circuit Judge has no right to
make a rule, or to follow tho practice
of allowing a continuance of causes for
the term, on payment of costs, without
sufficient showing therefor."
Chief Justice Frcnr writes the unan
imous opinion 01 the Supremo Court,
granting tho motion of defendant that
plaintiff's bill of exceptions bo stricken
from the record, In tho case of John It
Estate vb. It. Kahlnu Mele, on the
Wouldn't you llko to send I
them ono of your
One that would not only
be a credit to yourself but
also to tho artistic photo
graphic work of Honolulu.
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
ground that It was not presented to tho
trial judge or allowed or signed liy htm
within the time prescribed by law and
the rules of court. Magoon & Peters
.or plaintiff; Itobcrtson & Wilder for
defendant. The syllabus reads:
"Under former Circuit Court Rule
150, If that rule Is still In force, pro-
l Mn iVinmlifti rlnrlntr n. nnrt nf n rlrtV
only, as during tho noon hour, 1b not
With several passengers and con
siderable freight, the steamer Mlka
hnla, Captain Srcgory, arrived from
Kauat ports at 7:40 o'clock this morn
Ing. Her cargo consisted of 3830 bags
of sugar, 250 bags of rice, 12 empty
gasollno drums, 10 bales of bags, 42
hides and CO packages of Biindrlen.
Strong northeast winds and choppy
seas were experienced In tho channel,
The James Makee was on the way
to Hanalel when the Mlkahala sailed
from Nawfllwlll. Tho schooner Kallua
was at Makawell, watting to complete
her sugar cargo, having 1C10 bags al-
ready aboard. Tho bark W. II. Flint
was at Makawell, discharging freight
The b'rlg Geneva was at Elcelc, dW
charging coal, expecting to finish to
day. J. W. Smith Is In Honolulu again,
with nzlbther big land proposition from
Australia. It Is an option of 2400
square miles of territory in South Au
tralla, for a 45 years' leaso at 150 i
year rental. Tho promotor says It is
better sugar land than Hawaii's and
teeming with countless thousands of
water buffalo. When last here, Mr.
Smith obtained capital on a New
South Wales timber limit scheme. lie
was formerly a school teacher at Ew.i.
then went -into pineapples, and ho H
was who originated tho development
of Pacific Heights as a site for subur
Tho suit for $10,240 damages of
First Mato Lorenzen of the barkcntlno
Irmgard against the Infer-Tsland Steam
Navigation Company went on trial bo
foro Judgo Estee this morning. As
ground of damages, tho plaintiff nl
.leges physical Injuries of a permanent
nature, hospital expenses and loss of
.wages from an accident caused by neg
lllgence on board tho steamer Noeau
whllo discharging sugar Into tho Irm
gard. A full synopsis of tho complaint
1 previously appeared In this paper. .'
J. Duno and E. A. Douthltt appear for
the plaintiff, Smith & Lewis for tho
From the shipping column of a re.
cent San Francisco paper was taken tho
following relating to the Mohican, now
on ner way to this port:
Per U. S. stmr. Warren, May, 28 I,at.
s.ai : ion, ioj.:.' u., exchanged Big
nals with the U. S, stmr. Mohican (un
tier sail) steering east.
If the vessel was In distress at the
time, she surely would have communi
cated this fact to the Warren, If she
continued under sail, It Is not to be
woudcred at that tho Mohican Is not
hero already hut why she should use
sail Instead of steam Is not very clear.
It may be that something has gone
wrong with the vessel's engine.
Wells, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with Amerlcjn
SMITH if Kill
Sails To-day for Vancouver and Victoria
with Numerous Honolulans
Passed Hull Island and
When the Canadian-Australian
steamship Moana. Captain Carey, sails
for Vancouver and Victoria this after
noon, all her cabin accommodations
will be taxed to the utmost. Many well
known Honolulans, as may be seen
elsewhere In tuc passenger list, arc
going to the Mainland In the Uritlsh
The Moana was off port at 7 o'clock
this morning. She sailed from Sydney
on June ICtli. from Hrlsbune on tho
19th and from Suva on tho 24th. Sho
carries a large list of through passcn
gors. Three people camo ashore here,
Messrs. II. 1. Glasgow. J. W. Smith
.iml !. O. Hoblnson.
Importations constat of 28 cases of
whiskey. 250 rases of preserved fish
mil two packages of merchandise.
Among the through pastengers Is
3lr Frederick Parley, O. C. M. O., Chief
Justice and Lieutenant Governor of
.N'ew South Wales. He Is accompanied
by his daughter and Is on the way to
Sir Edward Stewart Richardson, aide-Jc-cnmp
to the late governor oi Queens
land, Is also going home to England.
Captain W. Spencer-Stanhope is a
I (tired Uritlsh army officer , going
Colonel Claude Francis, connected
with tho government of FIJI, accom
panied by his wife, is bound for En
Lieut. It, I). Johnson Is a member of
the Hoyal and Welsh Fusiliers.
The Might Reverend Lord Bishop of
Ilathurst and Mrs. Cnmldge are going
through to England .
Tho Moana enjoyed a pleasant pass
age from the south. The passengers on
this trip obtained a view of Hull Isl
and, seldom seen by the steamers of
this line. Guns were fired from ti.o
ihore and the salute was answered
The Moana sails this afternoon at 4
o'clock for Vancouver and Victoria. No
vessels were sighted by tho steamer
throughout the trip. Fresh head wind,
accompanied by heavy rain squalls
were experienced by the Moana during
tho greater part of the voyage.
A young newspaper man, W. Michael
tlray, who boarded the vessel at Syd
ney, Is not yet certain whether to go on
to Victoria or to remain In Honolulu.
Ho Is a young American who has been
engaged In newspaper work In South
Africa nnd Australia for the past few
years, having been In the business In
Adelaide and having been through tho
South African war. This Is the first
time he has seen Honolulu nnd he Is
already much Impressed with tho
Koloa, Kauai, July 2. A surprise
party was given F. Lohr, engineer of
ioloa sugar mill, by the residents cf
oloa previous to his departure for u
trip abroad. It was quite a swell af-
.nlr and well arranged. Mr. Lohr was
invited to dine with Mr. Wedcrayer,
and whllo away a lanal was put up and
everything necessary for the surprlso
arranged. At 8 o'clock Mr. Lohr with
Mr. Wedcmeyer stepped Into his yard,
and just then tne party within started
up a lovely native air. After this
thero was a hearty hand-shake all
around. Dancing was soon started
and a better floor wis never seen In
Koloa. Everyone enjoyed themselves
magnificently. Between dances cold
drinks were served, and during the In
termission a linch. Tho party broke
up at 1:30 a. m. and left Mr. Lohr with
good wishes for a pleasant journey on
his trip to Germany. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Flohr, Mr. and
Mrs. Schlmmdlfennlng. Mr. and Mn.
Clins. Neumann. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Spalding. Mr. and Mrs. Wedemcyer,
Mr. and Mrs. Kula, Mr. and Mrs. I,
Jansen, Mr. and Mrs. Judge Kapahu,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Akl, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cock'
ett, Mrs, Goodhuo and son. Miss L.
Jordan, Miss Ah Chuck, Miss Miller,
Mr. II. Wake, Mr. J. P. K. Spaldlns.
Mr. Wm. L. Welsh, Mr. C. E. Miller,
Mr. M. A. Ilcgo, Mr. Frahm, Mr. W.
E. Smith, Thomas Neal, J. Jorgensen,
Master Paul Kahlbaum, Walter Lohren
gel, n. Johnson, A. Cremcr, E. W. Ilua
sell. EEE MAKES PROTEST
Mr. Lee, owner of the yncht Mario,
has entered n protest against the Ma
lolo taking part In tho yacht races of
the Fourth of July. Ho claims that tho
latter boat has always been In the
third class, her proper place and that
It she Is allowed to compete In the
fourth, there will bo no chnnce for any
of the other boats of the latter class.
The other owners of fourth class yachts
are uHo up In arms nnd will make a
determined fight against tho Maloln.
The protest Is now being considered by
tho yncht club and the decision will
be made known today or tomorrow.
PROGRAM SETTLED ON
AT NOON HOUR TODAY
Events to Take Place on Campus at
Oahu Two Baseball
Games Will Be
The Fourth of July sports commit
tee, met lu thu office of Deputy Sheriff.
Cullllngnortli In the poTlco ataitoi at
IV iron today and made out tho entile
prKinui for tho sports In the after
no.1!! on thu Oahu College campus.
T) c sports will begin promptly nt
1:30 o'clock in a position over near the
new preparatory school building. At
the same time, the first baseball game
of the afternoon mil uo started ami
the two series of events will proceed
simultaneously throughout fhu after
noon. Tho first game of baseball will bo be
tween tho Honolulu Athletic Club and
Punaliou teams and thu second will bp
uciwccti inc custom nousu ana Arm
The Held sports will by as follows:
100 yards dash First prize,, f7 tro
phy; second, $1 trophy.
220 yards dash First prize, l" tro
phy; second, ?l trophy.
Hammer throw First prize, o trn
phy; second, 3 trophy.
120 yards hurdle First prize, 5 tro
pity; second, $3.
Sack race (35 yards) First prize, V
trophy; second, $1 trophy.
Potato race First prize, $2 trophy;
second, $1 trophy.
Shot put (1G pounds) First prize,
$5 trophy; second, $3.
Whcolbnrrow race (30 yards) First
prize, $2; second, tl.
50 yards dash for girls under 14
First prize, 2 trophy; second, 1 tro
All ovents open. Entries close with
clerk on call of event.
Committee Chas. T. Chllllngworth
(chairman), Ed. Towse. A. O. M. Rob
ertson, Lorrln Andrews nn- Jns. L.
Marshal Chas. F. Chllllngnnrtb.
Clerk of course Nigel Jackson.
Timekeeper Jas. I,. Torbert,
Starter Ed. Towse.
Judges Charles F. Chllllngworth,
A. O. M. Robertson, C. H. Wilson.
OFFICIALS IN COUNTRY
ARE NOT WELL PLEASED
Offer to Surrender Commissions if Not
Al owed Freedom of Action
Favor Given to
Jos. H. Iloyd, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, was asked whether any re
sponses had been received from officials
In his department to the executive cau
tion against offensive partisanship.
In reply ho stated that some of the
officials took it rather hard. There
wcro suggestions received that com
missions wero ready to bo surrendered
If they were mado to Interfere with tho
freedom of their holders to aid the Re
publican party in Its organization and
canvass. Another expression of opin
ion elicited from tho country districts
by the executive notification was that
much harm had been done to the Re
publicans, together with comfort given
to their opponents, by the appointment
of known enemies of tho Territorial
administration and the Republican par
ty to Important public offices.
Friend nnd relatives of tho burly
Y. M. C. A. trampers, who went on a
tour around thu Island a couplo of days
ago, wero much surprised to see them
return to town this morning on the
train from Kahuku. Tho party had
tramped from Honolulu to Kahuku lu
Two days, stopping over night at a rice
mill In Koolau. Although It was tho
plan to tramp on to Waialua and from
there back to this city, the party evi
dently got "cold feet", at Kahuku and
took tho train. Only one, Mr. Martin,
doggedly continued on tho march to
Honolulu, On tnefr return to tho city,
the trampers, evidently wishing to
evade the taunts of their friends, kept
In the dark, so (Hat tho real causo nf
tho hasty return could not be ascer
tained. HPANIAUD MISSING.
Pcnea, a half demented Spaniard,
has been reported as missing from tha
plnco of Dr. Alvarez In Manna valley.
ho having gono away about three das
ago, slneo which time lie hns neither
been seen nor ncard of. Thu matter
wus reported at thu pollco stntlon this
forenoon nnd tho pollco are keeping
their eyes open for tho missing man.
Drill Shed Will Be Devoted Solely to
Hawaiian Exhibits- Caladium
Show to be Another
Wray Taylor, Commissioner of Agri
culture nnd Forestry, who has chnrgo
of all matters pertaining to the coming
agricultural exhibition, states that the
drill shed, where the various exhibits I
arc to bo made, will be reserved solely
for Hawaiian products. No foreign ex
hibit of whatever nature will bo allow
ud. These will have to go Into thv
merchants' pavilion that Is to be stall
ed Into a fortnight's time.
It Is understood that tuc Konn Sugar
i,umpan will have n big exhibit In the
agricultural building and that Tarocnn
will bo given n very prominent plac.
Mr. Taylor Intends to give tho exhib
its as wldo a rango as possible, as will
be seen by tho fact that Hawaiian
will bo given a chnnco to display mats
and the like.
A feature of the exhibit will bo tho
show of caladlums from Hon. S. M
Damon s place at Moaualua. Thcsn
beautiful plants will occupy space !n
the very center of tho building. Mr.
Damon is showing a great deal of In
terest In the Agricultural fair, and it
Is through his kindness that Mr. Taylor
has been successful 1n securing th?
plans for the exhibition!
Another Interesting feature will b
a miniature forest, seven feet square,
to be made, up of natlvo plants from
the nursery In Nuuanu that have Just
recently been started.
mm ii preside
Governor Dole has accepted the invi
tation to preside nt the Literary exer
cises to bo held In the Opera lloiife on
the Fourth of July. Secretary Cooper
who Is chairman of the general com
mittee Is still quite 111 at his Pearl City
residence, and It Is doubtful whether
he will be able to come to the city on
tho Fourth. When requested by th-j
chairman of the committee to presldo
In place of Mr. Cooper, the Governor
rromptly expressed his readiness to do
anything to assist. Owing to the short
time for preparation Mr. Dole will not
mako any formal nddress. Invitations
will bo extended to Delegate Wilcox
nnd United States Judgo Estee to take
scats on the platform with the speak
ers. Other than this no formal Invita
tions will he sent out ns a general In
vitation Is extended to all citizens anil
Messrs. Mnrston Campbell, W, Por
ter Iloyd, Geo. H. Paris and Gerrlt P.
Wilder, committee on Invitations to the
Fourth of July ball, arc more than anx
ious that everyono shall receive an In
vitation to the great event. They have
exercised the very greatest care to pro-
vent any from being omitted but thu
Is most difficult to do In n city tho size
of Honolulu and the members feel that.
notwithstanding their zeal In the mat
ter, some have been left out.
The committee requests, therefore.
that nnmes of people who have failed
to receive Invitations be sent In to any
of tho members mentioned as soon as
possible In order that tho matter may
bo attended to.
W. S. Fleming this morning tender
ed his resignation of tho offlcn of ref
eree In bankruptcy, giving us tho rca
sou tho presBuro of buslnrss. Judjo
Esteo expressed regret nt tho action,
taking occasion to declaro tho thor
ough confldenco of tho court In Mr.
Fleming. Wero It not for tho personal
reason given, tho court would not ac
cept tho resignation.
Judgo Estee appointed William T.
Rawlins as referee, who will qualify to
No cases of plague had been report
ed In Sydney for several days preced
ing tho departure of the Moana, on
Juno 16, and llttlo or no alarm was then
felt concerning the situation.
Says a late Sydney paper: So far
80 persons havo been cured out of a
total of 140 cases during tho present
outbreak. Tho fatal cases number 3S,
and thu remaining 22 aro still under
treatment. The percentage of deaths
is 27, as against 34 during tho provloux
Suva, FIJI, Juno 17. An earthquake
shock of some vlolenco was felt In Suv
nt 1:30 o'clock on Sunday morning Uft
It caused numerous persons to awaken
It was also felt through the Uewa District.
EARTHQUAKE IN ii
f KaaMKg yWjltfeVSix
SCHOONER IN PORT
Captain Roschill brought his recent
ly acquired schooner, Julia E. Whalen.
Into port yesterdny afternoon, nfter a
very talr run of govonteen days from
The Whalen galled from tho Coa?t
on June 14 and mado 225 miles thu
first day out. On tho second day she
made 235 miles. This good traveling
could nol TleTiopt up. however, for calm
weather and unfavorable winds reduc
ed the speed beforo tho vessel was out
many days. For a few days bofore
making port strong trades wcro expe
rienced. Tho Whalen cnrrlcs six
months' Btores nnd will proceed to
Marcus Island In a few day.
Tho schooner Is In every wny suit
able for the trade In which It Is pro
posed to establish her. Sho was built
In 1886 in Essex, Mass.. and is 82 1-2
feet long. 13 1-2 feet beam, with n
depth of 10 feet. Sho waB originally
In the fishing trado along tho Now
England coast. Later sho was sent
around, through tho Straits of Magel
lan ,to enter tho Klondike trade. After
wards sho went Into the South Sea
trade. Tho Samoa Estate and Navi
gating Company owned her until sho
was purchased In San Francisco by
tho local ftalpany, In which W. C. Pen
cock Is principally interested.
Captain Rosehlll will ship a crw
ncre nnd wt7l probably start for Mar
cus Island for the first load of fertilizer
In a week or ten days. Three Samoan
sailors, who were In the vessel when
sho was purchased, arc still aboard.
Only n whlto mate, besides the Sa
moans nnd Captain rtosehill, brought
tho Whalen to port.
Captain Roschill landed on Marcus
Island somo J ears ago and took posses
sion In tho name of tho United Statei.
Tho Island Is' nearly 3000 miles from
this port and about 1000 miles to tho
southeast of Yokohama.
POR PDARL HARBOR RACES.
W. C. Parke for the Regatta commit
tee In charge of the championship races
at Pearl Harbor on the Fourth of July,
called around nt the various newspaper
offices today and Invited a represen
tative of each to go down tho road on
tho special car of tho regatta officials
which leaves tho city at 8 o'clock sharp,
Tho newspaper men will bo given a
plaro In tho Judges' launch which will
follow the shells from tho starting
point to the flnlBh.
Word comes from tho Department of
Public Works that tho Kcvvalo branch
of tho city's sewer has been accepted
and that house connections may now bo
made. The department Intends to fur
nlsh full Information on the subject In
advertisements to be published lu thu
various papers tomorrow.
Hwood Shoes Wean '
Pop summer wenr and fop jjenerul
comfort there's nothing thnt's ho good
lis the llcywood Oxford. Youp choice
if VICI KID, BOX CALF OR TAN fop
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New York Herald. .
Work of Killing Cattle
'Begun Early This
A GREAT IMPROVEMENT
OYER IWILEI STRUCTURE
All Manner of Modern Appliances In
troducedCredit Due Prima
rily to Dr. Sloggett of
Board of Health,
At an early hour this morning oper
ations wero begun at the new slaugh
ter house In Kallhl, belonging to tho
Metropolitan Meat Company. Thin;
new slaughter house, situated just
mnkat of the Fertilizer Works and at
the terminus of the Rapid Transit lino.
Is a vast Improvement on the old place,
These old quarters woro abandoned
by the company In obedlcnco to an or
der of tho Hoard of Health. Credit U
due both to President Sloggett of tho
Board, who caused tho chango from
these old quarters, vhlch, with their
decayed and blood-soaked timbers and
Imperfect drnlnagc, wcr'o really In .v
most Insanitary condition, and to tho
Metropolitan Meat Company, which, in
building Its now slaughter house, put
up a perfect model of a house of this
The now placo Is divided Into two
large divisions, ono of which contains
tho cnglnu and tho steaming tank,
while In the other takes place tho kill
ing and tho skinning of tho carcasses.
At tho makal end nf this latter room
Is a pen Into which tho cattle to bo
killed are brought from tho pens out
side. Hero they are thrown down and
their feet tied up. About four head
arc put In this pen at ono time
As soon as the cattle liavo been tied
up, a natlvo butcher slips in between
tho prostrate cattle and cuts tho throat
of one of them. When the heavy loss
of blood, which spurts from the wound,
has weakened tho animal, a chain sus
pended from tho celling Is lowered and
fastened around the animal's hind lo,j.
The body Is then Hoisted up by an au
tomatic arrangement connected with
tl steam engine, to such a height that
l tho head hardly touches tho floor.
i (Continued on page 8.)
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