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STEAMER TABLE. X
From 8an Francisco
Hongkong Mnru Juy 4
Sonoma July 9
For 8an Francisco 1'
Nippon Mnru '...July 8
Zealandla July 3
For Victoria S
Moana July 2 Z
From Victoria J
Aorangt July 5 1
NEVER PRETEND . -
jou are too busy to wrlto an ad
vcrtlsoment tlio majority of your
IT TALKS BUSINESS FROM FIRST TO LAST
readers will know better and the Z
rest will not care a rap i( you are.
The Advisor. "
Voi,. XI. No. 2189.
"UNFINISHED BUSINESS." $&T
Ufl iMIN ttVE
NEWS OF VOLCANO
BY THE MAUNA LOA
Mrs. Waldron Says Fire In Rilauea's
Pit Has Died Out Howard
Adams Repeats a
Pelo Is evidently not thinking of giv
ing a patriotic exhibition of fireworks
on the Fourth of July. Although there
have been signs of fire In the pit )f
Kllauea for several weeks past, and
people have been hoping that the vol
cano would soon present a spcctaclo
magnificent to behold, the report now
comes from Hawaii that what llttlo
tiro there was visible In the pit has en
tirely disappeared and nothing but
thick, clouds of black smoko are vis
ible. The Bteamcr Mauna Loa, Captain
Slmerson, arrived promptly at noon to
day from Hawaii and Maul ports with
a number of passengers and the usual
largo miscellaneous cargo.
Purser William H. Slmerson commu
nicated with the Volcano Housb Just
before the vessel sailed from Hawaii
and learned from Mrs. Waldron, wife
of tho manager ot the hotel, that the
Ore that had for weeks been visible in
the pit had entirely disappeared.
Howard Adams, at one tlmo purser
of the steamer Noenu, was a passen
ger In the Mauna Loa. Ho comes to
Honolulu "on business, to remain a few
elns only, expecting to retuin to Ha
waii when the Mauna Loa goes out,
He visited the volcano early last
month, when tho fire in tho ptt was
plainly visible. He sajs that thero
was" a report on the Island, when he
left, that fire had been seen on tho
Kau sldo of tho volcano. In a cave. It
was said t!iat molten lava had broken
through the side, forming a small lalio
in this cave.
The Mauna Loa reports no rain
along tho Hamakua coast. OR tho
Kau coast a gala has been blowing for
several daS. L.umpy seas wero expe
rienced coming across the channel.
IIELENtl'S LARGE CARGO.
The schooner Helene arrived yester
day afternoon from San Francisco af
ter a very fair passage of seventeen
da) 8. She brought a large cargo of
general merchandise, about 1700 tons.
On deck she brought about 250 pig,
some railroad ties and a C0-ton locomo
tive. On Monday the Helene sighted
the steamship Enterprise bound north
from Htlo. Four passengers arrived in
the schooner, Mr, and Mrs'. King, Mr.
McElroy and Mr. Gordon. The vessel
Is now. discharging at tho Irmgard
FRIENDS, . !
Wouldn't ou like to send I
them one of your
Ono that would not only
bo a credit to yourself but
also to VIio artistic photo
graphic work of Honolulu.
Rice &, Perkins
Oregon Dlock, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
The freighter American sails henco
on the 10th Instant for Knhultil nnd
Hllo to complete loading sugar for Now
York. She will take 3700 tons Here,
2300 tons at Kahulul and 2000 tons at
Hllo. She expects to sail from Hllo on
the 15th Inst.
The Ncvadan, now at San Francisco,
being converted into an oil burner,
will sail from that port on the 17th In
stant for Honolulu.
Tho Nchraskan will be down here
about the first of October. Sho will
also he made an oil burner.
The Ncvadan nnd Ncbraskan will re
main in the local trade, plying be
tween San Francisco and these Islands.
The route will bo from tho Coast (o
Honolulu, hence to Kahulul and Hllo
and then from Hllo back here again
before proceeding to San Francisco.
With these two boats In tho local
trade. Honolulu will practically have
two more mall boats, for the Novedan
and Nebraskan will probably larrey
mall both wa)s every trip.
MILITARY, FLOATS AND
Grand Procession March Through
City Streets Will Be
The parade committee of tho Fourth
of July committee at a meeting held
this morning decided upon tho order ol
tho procession which will bo as fol
Flist Division, Military. Form on
the mnkal side of Capitol Square, right
resting on Richards street
Second Division lied Men and other
organizations, gioups and bicycles
Form on Richards street with tho right
resting at corner of Merchant nnd Rich
Third Division Fire Department nnd
Road Department. Form on King
street and west sldo ot Capitol Square,
with right resting mauka of Merchant
Fourth Division Floats, business
wagons and carriages. Form on mauka
sldo ot Capitol Square with right rest
ing on Richards street.
It Is requested by the committee that
those taking part In the parade will
nssemblp with their different divisions,
as soon after 8:30 a. m, as posslblo In
order to facilitate tho forming ot tho
parade by tho grand marshal and his
The lino of march will bo as follows
Capitol Square along Merchant street
to Fort street, to Vlncjard, to Emma,
to Aiakea, to Merchant, and to Capitol
Square whero tho review will bo held
by the Governor In front of tho Opera
House. The parade will then be dis
Mlamoto and Hlokl, two Japanese
appeared In the Police Court this fore
noon on the charge ot assault with a
weapon. The case had been continued
from time to time on account of the
confinement of the victim, an old Ja
panese, in the Queen's hospital. Evl
dently this fellow does not wish to
prosecute for he left tho hospital night
before last and cannot be found, Tho
case went over until Monday and in
the meantime search will be made for
the recent occupant of a room In the
Chong Qua), alias Clions Wal, np
peared In tho Tollco Court this fore
noon on the charge of assault with In
tent to murder. Ho was represented by
Attorney Frank Thompson. Defendant
waived examination and was commit
ted to tho Circuit Court for trial. II
will he remembered that Cliong Qua!
Is tho man who on Juno 11, finding his
wife nnd another Chinaman In a com
promising position, fired three shots
Into the body ot tho latter.
IVil Will BE - '
HERE IIIIS MONTH
HONOLULU, TKBBITOltY OF HA WAIT, THUK8DAY, JULY 3, 1A02
Rip Roaring Time On
the Tapis For
PARADE IN MORNING
TO BE GREAT EVENT
Sports and Baseball Games at Oak
Col'ege In Afternoon Hta-
lani Show In
9 a. m. Parade,
9:30 a, m. Championship races at
Pearl Harbor. ( I rain leaves town at
8:45 a. m.)
11 a. m. LTTerary exercises In the
Opera House. ,
1:30 p. m. Sports at Oahu College.
1:30 p. m. Baseball at Oahu College
(H. A. C. vs. Punahou and Custom
House vs. Artillery).
8 to 9 p. m. Fireworks on the Cap!
tol grounds, makal-Ewa corner.
8:30 to 9:30 p. m. Governor Dole's
reception at the Capttot.
9:30 p. m. Grand ball at the Capitol.
Honolulu people are today making
their final preparations for a good
tlmo on tho glorious Fourth. From
tho Indications, thero will bo the big
gest celebration that has been seen
hero In many years. For this most de
sirable consummation credit must be
given Secretary Cooper, tho business
men of the city who rallied to his as
slstanco in such a splendid manner
nnd the commlttcts that have been
working so diligently slnco they wero
appointed at tho meeting in the Cap
Parade In Morning.
The first event on tho program of
tho day's celebration will bo the grand
parade in tlie morning, final arrange
ments for which were made this morn
Ing. A large number of merchants
havo signified their Intention of send
ing a float and, besides these, thero
will bo Are engines, decorated bicycles
and a big military turnout. Arrange
merits have been mado for seven com
panics of infantry, besides four field
pieces and two Uatllng guns, nnd tho
military display will undoubtedly ho
very Imposing. Governor Dolo will re
view tho parade from a specially con
structed stnnd on the Capitol grounds
Prominent officers of tfio Army and
Navy will be with him on tho stand, in
vitatlons having nlready been sent to
Tho following order governing the
military has been IbsucJ.
General Orders No. 20-
Tho regiment will nssomblo at tho
drlllshed at 9 o'clock ft. m. on July 4th
1902, for the pucposo of participating
In tho 4th of July procession.
Field nnd stalf will parado mounted
Unfnrm Field and staff, fatigue,
bluo trousers, gnuntlcts.
Lino Fatlguo, white trousers, leg
glngs and whlto gloves.
I)y order of Colonel Jones.
Capt. and Adjt.
At Opera House.
Tho literary exercises will take
place In the Opera House, beglunlug
at II a. m. Tho committee, has ar
ranged the following program:
Prayer Rov. L S. Mu,ckloy
Declaration or independence
"Columbia, tho Gem of tho Ocean"
Mrs. Agatha Kclloy
Vddress Charles I.. Hopkins
Star Spangled Banner".. H. E. Herzcr
Address Frank 12. Thompson
Capt. llergcr's Orchestra
Oovernor Dole will prcsldo as chair
man ut tho literary exercises.
Tho championship races between
the Myrtlo and Ilealanl Junior and Be
nlor crews will tako placo over tho
usual courso at Pearl Harbor, tho first
event starting off at 9:30 o'clock.
The train carrying the officials and
judges with the representatives of the
press will start from tho depot nt
8 o clock.
The regular train wm start at 8:45
o'clock, landing the people at tfio Pe
nlnsula In plenty of tlmo for the start
of tho first race. The return train to
tho city will start as soon after tho
championship raccB as possible.
Tho crows of both clubs are In excel
lent condition and two very close
ovents aro expected,
Tho following will havo charge of
tho championship events:
Judges A. O M Robertson, Walter
E. Wnll nnd Lieutenant II. J. Nowtou,
U. S. A.
Stnitnr S. K P. Tnvlor.
Timekeeper (at Start) L. Marks
Timekeepers (nt finish) C. J Wll
Us, F E Harvey and A, T. Ilrock
Itcgnttn commilteo S. 12. P. Tnyloi,
chairman; M, Johnson nnd W. C.
DISNEY WANTS WARM
Disney, the barkeeper who was so
severely criticized by Judge Wilcox
tho other day In connection with the
case of assault on D, K, Kawaha and
who lost his Job as a result of tho trou
ble, called around at the police station
this forenoon and expressed a desire
to havo a warrant sworn out for Judge
Wilcox and Deputy Sheriff Chilling
worth on tho charge ot slander. An
attorney who was standing near by at
the tlmo whispered a few words of
friendly advice Into Disney s car and
ho left the police station without an
Tho "slander" that Disney referred
to consisted of remarks made by Judge
Wilcox and the Deputy Sheriff when
It was brought out In the evidence that
the saloon keeper stood by and (aligned
and had a good tlmo vvhtlo tho three
young men did nil manner of things to
The crews for the championship races
arc as follows: L
Healanl senior F. D, DamonStroke,
Dan Renear. No. 3; Paul Jnrrct No, 2:
S. A. Walker, bow; J. Tinker, cox
swain, r Q
Myrtle senior Wm. Lyle, Jttrokc;
Wm. Soper, No, 3; Percy Llsnumn, No.
2; Sam Johnson, bow; LyJAhnrcz,
coxswain. f jfr
Healanl Junior- Harry (Murray,
stroke; Clifton -Tracy. N,o,..Sj;U. IIII
born, No. 2; J. Stokes, how J. fltelncr,
coxswain. l' Si
"Myrtle Junior Ocorge broiler,
stroke; F. Wright, No. 3; M. jynpson,
Nft ,2; W, Crozler, bow; I Alvarez,
It-will be noticed that In vtfti Junior
crcijB, Hilborn and Stokes of tie Ilea
lanf and nil of the Myrtlo crew ro new
Yacht Events. 48
The vacht races will also lam place
during tho day. The Vachtj club's
steamer chartered to carry officials
and friends ot tho club, will leave tho
Oceanic wharf at 8 o'clock In Pro morn
Ing. Only those provided with tickets
will bo allowed on board.
The officials for tho yacht club taccs
Regatta committee nnd Judges A.
W. Pearson, chairman f C. P. Morso
and Albert McCurn.
Official timekeeper Allan Dunn.
The entries in yacht races are as fol
lows: First class Xa Paloma, Heleno.
Second class Dewey.
Third class Hlhlmanu, Kalkl, Myr
tlo, Pirate, Olo, VI ke, Princess, Colum
bia. Fourth class Clytlo. Ahblo M, Malo
lo, Maria, Canary,
Sports at Oahu College.
Thero will bo baseball and sports
simultaneously on tho campus at Oahu
College, beginning nt 1.30 o'clock. The
tlrst ball game of tho day will bo be
tween tho II A. C. and Punahou teams.
Tho second game, which will bo be
tween tho Custom House, nnd Artillery
teams, will tako plnco ten minutes aft
or tho conclusion of the' first.
Tho program of sports wllL consist
of the following events:
Ono hundred nrrl dash First prize
J7 tiophy, second $1.
Two hundred nnd twenty yards $7
and 11 trophy for first and second.
Hammer thiow (5 nnd 3.
Ono hundred and twonty nrd hurdlo
I ace 15 and 13.
Sack race. 233.) aril n $2 nnd $1.
Potato rncc $2 nnd $1.
Shut put, 10 pounds $5 and (3.
Wheelbarrow race, 30 yards 12
filrls under 14, fifty ynrds dash $2
All ovents aro" open to tho public
and entries aro to bo mado On tho
ground, closing nt Iho call of tho clerk-
Runners will stnrt at tho word, as no
pistol Is to be UBod. Tho qommlttco
nnu officials for tho ovents aro as fol
lows: Charles F. Chlllingworth, chair
map; Ed. Towso, A. O. M, Robertson,
Lorrln Anurows, James L. Torhert;
marshal, C. V. Chlllingworth; clerk.
Nigel Jackson, timer, James L. Tor
bort; starter, Ed. Towse; Judges, C. F.
Chlllingworth, A. O. M. Robertson, C.
Tho reception nt tho Capitol will be
an official function and will last from
8:30 to 9:30 p m. Tho following will
receive with Clovernor nnd Mrs. Dolo:
Secretary nnd Mrs. II. 12. Cooper. Chief
Justice nnd Mrs W. F. Frenr, United
States Judge and Mrs. Morris M. Es
tee, President of tho Senate and Mrs.
S. E. Knluo, IleBldes this, thero will
he a reception committee of thirty or
forty )oung ladles to assist. Tho Gov
ernor's staff In full uniform will bo
present and will Introduce tho guests
to the official party.
Tho ball will begin at tho conclusion
of tho reception (9:30 p. m). All ar
rangements for this function by tho
citizens ot Honolulu havo been com
pleted and a most successful occasion
Is anticipated. 1 ho Hawaiian band
and a quintet club of native musicians
will furnish music for tho occnslou.
Light refreshments will bo served dur
ing tho evening, tho lower halls being
utilized for this purpose.
Tho entertainment of tho Ilealinl
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
TEL. MAIN 198.
Masonic Temple, with AmerlcJn
Mate Lorenzen's Words
JUDGE ESTEE WANfS
TO OBTAIN HIE FACTS
Commissicuer Gill Commits Two Al
leged Swipe3 Dealers to United
States Disttict Court for
Mr. Lorcnzen, lately first mate of the
barklnctlne Irmgard, was on tho wit
ness stand this morning In the trial ot
Ills damage suit ugalnst the Inter-Isl
and Steam Navigation Company. There
was an argument on tho objection ot
Mr. Lewis to a question by Mr. Dunne
as to the words spoken by tho com
plainant when lie recovered conscious
ness after being knocked out with a
sling ot sugar from the bold of the
steamer Noeau. On being asked by the
court what ho deslicd to prove, Mr.
Dunne quoted from the dtposltlon of
Captain Schmidt of tho Irmgard where
It represented Lorenzcn as saying, "1
tried to dodge It, but I couldn't"
Mr Dunne having confessed that ho
failed to And any authority bearing ill
rcctly on tho point. Judge Esteo stated
that he was thrown out ot court many
vears ago on an Identical question.
"Of courso tho court may havo been
wrong, as law)crs sometimes nrc," the
Judge remarked but ruled out (lie evi
dence. Resides a model of the Bteamcr No
eau thero Is exhibited a diagram ot the
Irmgard's deck. Mr. Lewis objected to
the pointing out by witness of tho place
where he was standing when struck
down, between the lower main rigging
und the maintop backstays. Tho court
said It was not altogether formal, as
tho diagram being imperfect could not
e admitted as evidence, but thought
they would get at the facts some way."
U. S. Commissioner Edwin S. Gill has
committed Charles Fern and Kahanu
nlu to tho Federal court for brewing
swipes. They wero arrested Saturday
night last In a raid by the Internul
Revenue and Marshall's officers. De
fendants waived examination beforo
the Commissioner nnd wero admitted
to 1500 ball each, to appear beforo
Judge Estre on Saturday next.
Judge Esteo has eonlhmcd tho salti
of the Austin Publishing Co.'s plant and
the Paradise of tho Pacific to William
In the collision case of Wnlmanalo
Sugar Co, vs. Steam Schooner Malolo.
Judge Estce lus allowed the parties
until Monday next for concluding a
settlement out of court.
A bond In J 300 was deposited this
morning on appeal of the owners of the
schooner Kaunllanl from Judge Es
tce's decrte of condemnation for car
rylng contraband liquor.
The regular annual election of tho
Catholic Ilcnovolcnt Union was held
at the usual plaro last evening nnd at
that tlmo n very acceptable donation
was received from the Holy Ghost so
ciety, Tho following olllcers wero
elected to servo during tho ensuing
year: J, F, Eckardt, president, F, C.
Dcttcrs, first vlco president, C. McGon
ugle, second vlco president; F. D. Cree
don, recording secretary; Father Val
entin, financial secretary and treasur
er; A. S Naclemento, sergeant-alarms;
F. Ervlng, S. J. Salter, Julius
Asche, Dr. W. Jennlngson, J, W, Mc
Donald, A. E Muiphy and C. II. Rose,
A ton ot deliberation to an ounce n(
action would describe tho meeting of
tho Executive Council today. It was
In session from tho middle of the fore
noon until 1 30 p. m, and jlelded but
two matters ot routine for tho publlc'n
U. S. Dojd, Commissioner of Lands,
reported on his visit to Hawaii, and
leave was granted him to open up Kai
olokalaa for settlement.
Tho Haletwa Hotel Company, Wnla
lua, was granted a renewal of Us light
wlno and beer license.
Tho Knplolani Social and Athletic
Club will glvo a reception ami enter
tainment at Ilio rcsldcnco ot Charles
Olo this ovenlng. It Is tho first enter
tainment given by tho now club.
bo) s at the Opera Houso should not
bo forgotten Peoplo can go thero nnd
uttend tho ball afterwards. Tho boys
Invariably do the right thing by tho
public In giving It good, ciean nquntlr
sporls every ai, mid thoy now ask
tint tho public return tho favor by
swelling tho fund for tho painent ol
their new obeli.
d.!..j..ki.H - ik - ("('H - ! - ti'i - !'! -
Uncle Sam: "Remember I'm
4 j-ShSo- ; y. -; &.- ;$; -$$.
IS EXIT THAT IS
Following close In the wake ot the
robbery at tho Chlllingworth Tlacc In
Niiuunu street, near School, the occu
pants of that household were again
disturbed last night by another Intru
der who was undoubtedly a sneak thief
Tho fellow walked In at the front
gate at about 9mj o'clock, and entered
the hallway. The house was brightly
lighted and Attorney Chlllingworth
who was sitting on tho verenda smok
ing arose from his secluded place In the
corner nnd confronted tho Intruder,
who was a white man and bore tho car
marks ot a sailor.
On being asked what he wanted, the
fellow replied that he was after a drink
Mr, Chlllingworth continued to ply the
man with questions Just to see what he
really did want but on each occasion
tho same answer was given.
Evidently the Intruder suspected
somo nctlon tor he could plainly hear In
a room near by the nolso of ping pong
balls striking racquets and table. Ho
moved toward the door and Mr. Chlll
ingworth moved with htm.
Seeing that the fellow really meant
to get away, Mr. Chlllingworth called
out "Charlie." The nolso of the ping
pong balls suddenly stopped and from
the dining room came the Deputy Sher
iff, collar off nnd sleeves rolled up
above tho elbows,
A word of explanation, a swift mo
tion, n punch, a kick, a slide and a mil
lion imaginary stars while swiftly pass
ing through the gate aud It was all
over. Thero was no need for n warrant
and the intruder has not it explained
why he was in the house.
MARTIN AT WAIALUA.
John Martin, the solitary tramper ot
the V M. C. A. party who when the
rest on their trip around tho island
took the train from Knhuku to town,
doggcdl continued to foot It the rest
of tho way to town, via Watalua, and
over tho plains, was reported at Wata
lua jestcrday afternoon Martin was
soaking wet but still cheerful nnd de
termined. Today ho Is walking to
Pearl City where he Intends to stay
tomorrow to witness the festivities
PICMC GIVCN UP.
The Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. peo
ple have given up tbxlr idea of having n
Joint picnic In Mnnoa valley on the
Fourth as tho recent rains have mada
tho upper part of the valley very soggy
In place of this picnic the Y. M. C.
A. people will take those who were dis
appointed In tho Mnnoa picnic on a
tramp up Palolo valley to the old cra
ter there. A. F Cooke and W. L. How
ard will act as guides.
ib . .
g lust run i aillLLl.
PlUGE 5 Oentr,
H - ! - - 'H'! - ' - i yuuii-i-'ei-y-ti
still runnln the life savin' station."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A ffltl d
THE FATHER OF MlilOR
PETITIONS FOR ACCOUNTING
Satisfaction of Judgment for Damages
For Removing a Rotten Line Fence
II W Robinson has (lied a. motion of
John D. Holt, fathet of Eliza Rote Po
ninlkal Holt, a minor, to require thu
lattcr's guardian, Annie Kentvvell, nee
Holt, to file an Inventor) and accounts.
Tho movant alleges that the guardian
has wholly failed to comply with the
law In these respects.
J. T. De Dolt, attorney for defendant,
has tiled a satisfaction ot Judgment
from J. M. Vivas, attorney for plain
tiff, In the trespass case of Joaquin da
Sllva vs . J, F. Souza. Tho Judgment
was given In the Circuit Court, under a
remittitur ot the Supreme Court disal
lowing a prior Judgment on account ot
excessive damages. It was a matter of
removing a rotten line fence and tho
first Judgment was on the evidence of
the plaintiff which was not contradict
ed. Tho Eccond Judgment was tor 110
and 115 50 costs. Satisfaction Is ac
knowledged for and in consideration
of 110 paid to the plaintiff's attorney.
Judge Robinson this morning resum
ed the hearing ot John D Parts vs. J.
Alfred Magoon, administrator ot the
estate ot Autona Fcrnandes, deceased,
on defendant's amended plea in bar.
Robertson & Wilder for tho Terri
tory have adrnltted to Hatch & Sllllman
tor Samuel M Damon, In a fishery right
case, tho authenticity ot a rojnl patent
to Lot Kamchnnicha and tho fnrt nt
Lot's d)lng Intestate as Knmcharacha
V., when Ills estate went by Supreme
Court decree to Ruth Kclllkolanl as his
sole hdr, of the death ot Ruth and the
willing ot the prO-rty described In
tho said loyal patent to Ilernlcc Pauahl
lllshop, and of the death of the latter
and her willing of tho same property to
the plaintiff In this case.
J. II Fisher by his nttornevs, Holmes
Stanley, has entered a demurrer to
the foreclosure of mechanic's lien by
Hoffman & Riley.
It Is stipulated In Allen vs Lucas ct
nl. that defendants have until July 12
for nllng plea, answer or demurrer.
C. S Hollow ay and A. L. C. Atkinson
wero to have played off their ping pong
match In tho Elks' tournament today v
but business prevented. The Elks aro
very slow- In completing their tourna
ment which started off with such great
promise. The preliminaries have not
jet been completed.
we have an excellent stock now on
hand for Ladles and Gentlemen ami
have them in all sizes. See them dls-
played In our window. Oxfords and
high Bhoes. Very drcBsy with white
clothing and tho prices aro low.
I CO., Ltd,