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J FLY 5. 190J
The serious Illness of King Edward
on the eve of his coronation Is a tra
gedy which brings the deepest sjmp.v
th of the civilized vvoild to the homo
of the royal family . Americans espe
cially, who have so recently had ciiusk
to mourn the loss of n national leader,
ran appreciate the feelings with which
the Ilrltons await news ftom the bed
Hide of their King laid low ns he was
about to be formall) Invested with thei
sceptre of his high ofllce. The (.entl
ment of the world Is epitomized as
never befoic In the expression,
GOD SAVE THE KINO.
Tho dispatches icgardlng the condi
tion of King Edward published in till-.
Issue give the latest news b the Asso-
elated Press up to the sailing of thewa hag 1)Ccn ,)bl!en1K le Kotlrtll 0
mall steamer. ,
Jlldgo Humphreys- icslgu.itlon from ,
the bemb comes as no surprise to bis
Irlends though his enemies may open I
their eyes and possibly regiet that they
have now to deal with lit m ns an able
dtlzcn untrammclcil In his activities
by the restraint of official position. It
has been known for over a year pn
that Judge Humphreys Intended retir
ing from the bench as soon as liU
malicious enciniis came to a realiza
tion that he would not retire at their
behest. His career on tho bench has
been marked by the most vicious at
tacks to which an American citizen has
ever been snbjocted, also by the most
magnificent vindication ever given an
American official. His withdrawal will
cause sincere regret among those hon
estly Interested In the development of
American Justko In our courts Judgg
Humphreys Is one of the nblest men
who ever rendered Justice ftom nu
Tho exclusive news fiom the nation
al capital today Is the best news the
people of the Teirltory and p.utlcul.uly
Honolulu have tecclved during the
present Congiesslonal session. Th
Ure claims appropriation as recom
mended by tho committee on Pacific
Islands has been passed by the Senate
una the only danger presented Is a pos.
bible econonihal streak In the confer
enco comnilttie. Having gained tho
Jlrst Important point, however. Com
mlssloner Pratt and nil friends of Ha
waii can bo depended upon to ledouble
their efTurts for completing the work
bo ably begun. Hardly lesi Important
than the fire claims Is tho appropria
tion of J.'.OOO.OOO for the constiuctlon
of an army post on this Island This
appropriation leferred to by this paper
earlier in the session has practically
dropped from public notice. It Is nono
tho less cordially accepted, however.
Tho greater part of this money will b
expended In Honolulu and ought to
bring to the city an increased popula
tion of good citizens whose wants our
traders will supply. The Merchnnts
Association and tho element It repie
pents may well feel pleased at the out
look which they have played an Im
portant part In bringing about.
Two Steamers Are
Packed Tight In Ice
Seattle. Jurio 25. Tho second arriv
al of the season from Nome, the steam
ship Ohio, came Into port at an early
hour this morning She had thirty
two passengers, $150,000 In treasure
and news from Nome up to Juno lfi,
tho dnte sho left that port. Hho also
brings news of the arrival at St. Mich
ale of the first steamer to come down
tho Yukon, tho Sarah having reached
that point with 'jl.OOO.OuO In treasure
aboard, which will bo shipped on the
steamer St Paul.
When tho Ohio left Nomo on June
10 the steamship Portland had been
lost sight of for twenty-six days and
tho steamship Jeanlo about the same
length of time.
Tho Portland was last reported by
tho Nome City, when tlfo latter sight
ed her In tho Icepack off Cape Prince
of Wales, being rapidly carried towivd
tho Arctic. Tho steam schooner Jea
nle was seen about tho samo time by
the steamer Elk near Nunlvak Island.
The Fourth of July literary exorcise
held In tliif Opera House were the
most successful that have oeen hem
In Honolulu for tunny years The
Opera House was crowded to the
doors with a representnlhe audlenc.0
In which Hnwallnns predominated
Tho large number of Ilanallans pres
cut wns remarked by Governor Dole
nftei the exercises, ns most gratify
Ing The Governor presided as chair
man of the day mid. although not down
for n set nrtdicss, made an Impromptu
speech which was to the point ami
iU'ij earnestly delivered. It was our
,h(, bp8t u)lc 'hn Mr ,,,,
Charles L. Hopkins gao a cr ap
pioprlato and nhly delUcred addrosi
ns repiesentlng Hnwnllan Americans
while Prank E. Thompson, who gac
the main address of the day, held bin
... . . i . . -
5 Thompson, and Delegate Hohcit V
Wilcox and Judge M M. Estee win,
were Invited guests. Mrs. Dole occu
pied the box at ttio right of the stage
with officers of the Oovernor s staff
The Territorial band. Captain Dorgef
leader, was stationed nt luc jenr fl
The exercises were opened vvltli
praer by Hev. E 8. Muckley. follow
ed by the reading of tho Declaration
of Independence by David Knmnuohn
Mr. Kamnuoha Is a good elocutionist
nnd read tho time honored declaration
of the Fourth lfli more force and
meaning than Is generally given. Aftct
the singing of 'Columbia" by Mrs
Oovernor Dole spoke In sub
s'ance ns follows-
"I am glad to see here up"ii this In
illreit Invitation such n large and rep
lioscntatlvc class of people. Do ml
think, however, that this observance
of American Independence Day dates
mill lrri, ihn ,Ini- nf nnnnvntlnt, lln
Jul for a very long time. Only this
.morning Mr. James II. Bo)d, the Su
perlntendent of Public Works, who Is
'celebrating his forty fourth birthday
nnnlverary today told me that ns long
as he Kiiild remember t lie day bad
been celebrated here, lint it really
dates back even further; probably for
fifty years cr more Hie Fourth of July
has been the most celebrated holiday
m the lnnd. It has had an educating
Influence upon the Hawaiian race, so
much so that when annexation enme
they were prepared to appreciate the
principles of tho American Govern
' Epinslon seems to bo tfio leaulni
theme of American polities ut present,
and there arc two parties In tho Unit
cd States, one upholding tho theory
nnd the other bitterly opposing U
There has always been ono party In
the United States that has opposed ev
cry move tor progress or tho Bpread ol
the United Stntes over other trrltory
It Is Indeed n new departure for thu
Jurisdiction of the United Stntes to bo
extended over tne Islands of the sea
and tho opposition to It has become
stronger than ever.
Over In the city of St. Louis they
arc prepnrlng now for the biggest ce-lu
bratlon In the history of the United
I Stntes, fo (ommemointe the nnnlvet
jury of tho nupiUltlon of tho largest
area ever taken over by the United
States. It was a Democnuic Presi
dent who did that, nnd the acquisition
or tenltory lias been divided equally
Siifong tho Democratic ami Republican
t antes Piesldents of both parties
have been responsible for this exten
sion of the public domain.
In old times when the whaling in-
dustiy was at Its height heri', tho ora
tors used to speak of tho American
sailor ns web footed. About four
years ago when I was In Washington
on annexation business an iold sail
maker In Uoston sent me n large nnd
beautirul American ilag, as nu Indlca
Hon of his hope for annexation Then
to shiiw ills confidence In Hawaii, hu
sent a star already cut out, which i
was to sow to tho American ling to rep
resent Hawaii as a state. (Applause )
I still havo that star at my house wult
Ing tho opportunity to sew It on.
"Wo are now beginning to renllzo
the Importance of annexation which
took place two yeais ago To do sa
wo need only to study tho present con
dltlon of Porto Iilco and the Philip
pines and think how fortunate vv
were to escape the tinnsltlon period
they are now undergoing. American
statesmen are busily engaged now In
studying what to do with theso conn
tries, nnd do not know whether to con
sider them as a state or bb a colony
Wo fortunately, In becoming a Terrl
tory, escaped tho troubles of these
colonies, and ore placed In tho lino fof
promotion to n State. Wo must ao
cordlngly look ahead to tho time and
hope that tho day will soon como when
wo can ho raUcil to statehood Wo da
not know when It will come: It may
como at any time. It depends entirely
upon ourselves. We may be sure that
tho statesmen at Washington will ml
glvo us any nttcntlon until wo nre
nblo to provldo our own government
to enact good laws, and to havo a leg
islature which will do theso things
Until we do wo cannot expect to ba
raised from tho limited sphcro of tcr
ritorlal government to stntehood
Wheti we show that we can live her
hi harmony then It Is tlmo to think
ot nsklng tho legislators to glvo us
statehood, as tho first state In tlid
ocean I think wo should all join
hands to secure a good government
nnd join hands to show Unit wo aro
worthy of statehood."
Mr Hopkins spoko as follows'
"I will say nothing of tho fight foi
Independence made by our American
of the fourth
forefathers, of the aid given to them
ly France, ot of the Illustrious person
ages who signed and formulated that
remarkable document Just read, tho
Declaration of Independence, but I da
wish to speak of Hawaii, the first Ter
ritory of America outsldo her borders
Hawaii nnd Havvallans arc proud ut
belonging to tho greatest republic In
ihe world, of being n pnit of the nu
lion whose commerce extends to thu
our quarters ot the globe, whose
progress Is Incomprehensible, am)
he products of whose factories reach
very corner of the earth. This Is n
omitry worthy of emulation Hawaii
s greater also as a liart of the United
'tates, she could have gone turthci
tnd fared much worse I believe In
Inwall. Sho Is Imbibing her freedom
mder tho government nnd constltu
Ion of Amerlcn. Hawaii Joins In
tarteful thanks to America, the gov
rnment which assisted us In lime el
iced. Whllo rejoicing at these things,
lowevcr, let me still say:
"My Country Tls of thee.
Sweet lnnd of liberty.
And along with our own poet say.
'Ureathes there n man with soul so
Who never to himself hnth said
This Is my own my native land;
hose henrt Iiob ne'er within him
As hnmcwnrd he his footsteps turned?
n such there be, go mark him well.
.Mr Thompson took for his topic the
new development of the nation .11
worked out In tho expansion policy.
His delivery wns Impressive nnd his
address throughout was followed In
tently by the audience. Space forbldi
the publication of the nddress at this
The exercises closed with the an (
dlcTTce singing "Amerlcn."
Amnesty for Filipinos
On Fourth of July
Washington. June 27 Agiilnaldo
and other former leaders of the I'll I pi nu
Insuigents who have surrendered or
been inpttucd ale soon to heroine fico
men At the meeting of the Cabinet to
uny the terms of the amnesty procla
mation to the Filipinos, which Is con
templated to issue on the Fourth of
July, wtie agreed upon The War De
partment for some time pan had had
miller consideration the draft of a proc
..imiitlon and has found It neressary to
make a number of changes In its text
In its modified state it was ugrtcd to
by the Cabinet today, and Seiretary
Hoot will cable It to Acting Oovernor
Wright for his Inspection. If It meets
the tatter's npptoval nothing will re
main hut for the President, If the Phil
ippine Government bill Is n law on
that day, as It Is now expected It will
lie, to Issuo on Independence) Day
formal proclamation setting forth
terms of amnesty for all political of
fenders In the Islands, Including Agul
ualdo and those held at Guam.
The proclamation Is based on the
general objects of the Philippine bill,
namely, to restore peace In the archi
pelago and substitute a civil for a mil
Itnry administration. That bill Is now
in conference anil tho proclamation will
not be Issued until the Philippine Gov
i rnment bill has been agreed upon by
both houses and tho President bap
alllxed his signature to It. The piocla
matlon will declare that n stntc of
peace now exists In tho Philippine M
amis, b.ive In tbore paits of the nit hi-
pelagn wheio the Mindanao or pagan
tribes aio giving the t'nlled StateB t
great amount of tumble, and will de
dal e In effect that with n transfer of
the government of tho archipelago
from a military to n civil status all
those arrested and held for political of
fenses shall bo ic-stoied to lllieity.
granted full nmnesty and allowed to
participate In the civil government that
Is to bo established In th Islands.
II OF IHE RIO
Collector of Customs E. H. Stncl.abla
received In yesterday's mall Horn tbn
Const n receipt from the Asslstnnt
Tieasureror the United States tor eel
tlflcatcs for $3U,0UU, tho originals ol
which wore sent by Collcitor Stack
aide to tho Sub-Treasury In San Fran
clscn by the 111 laied steamship Itlo du
It wns reported at the tlmo tho Itlo
was lost that ?.1n.00( In gold coin, sent
from the local custom house, had been
lost In tho wreck of tho Itlo. This was
not so. All that was lost was nothing
of actual value, merely being certlfl
cntes of deposit Issued by tho Sub
Treasury, Tho San Francisco agents of tho
Dank of Hawaii had deposited $30,000
vvltli tho Sub Treasury, receiving threo
certificates of deposit for $10,000 each.
Theso certificates wero sent to thu
jBank of Hawaii nnd eventually found
their way to thu Honolulu custom
hoiiso In the payment of duties. Col
lector Stackablo endorsed fno cei tlfl
catcs and forwarded tucm by tho Hlo
do Jnnelro to tho Sub-Treasury lor de
posit to the credit of tho Hawaiian
customs, Theii loss with tho Itlo
ci rated considerable (rouble, ns It ro
quired a special act of Congress to en
nblo tho Sub-Treasury to Issuo dupli
cates of tho certificates. This wai
done on May 3d.
Tho next mooting of tho Honolulu
Engineering Association will bo held
nt tho Y M (J. A. building at 7 1(1
li m, Monday, July 7th. Eoryonu
Interested Is cordially Invited.
The Oceanic steamship Sonoma, due
hero from San Francisco on tho Uth
Instant, next Wednesday, wlh bring
fto dajs' later nowu of tho outsldo
The bnrkcntlno MuUawell arrhed nt
Eureka on June 23.
has ben used for twenty three years In the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to nil other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and nroodcrs aro mado of tho best lum
ber In the world, but every ether article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl crcfore those "Standards of the
World" Incubators nnd llroodirn occupy tho same relative position
to all other Incubators and Brooders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to read In our late catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue, free by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agents for the Territory ot Hawaii
Our vehicles have the most advanced Ideas In design,
aid excel others in durable qualities and finish. ,
Ghas. F. derrick Carriage Co., Limited,
Sole Agentu Columbus Buggy Co.
FOURTH OF JULY
PARADE AND PRIZES
Private effort did not show much In 'oiiilh of July parade would tespect
the Fourth of July pninde The fnit fully submit the following u wauls of
that tbico grocery delivery wagons prizes,
look all the prizes In that cluss Indl. THADi: FLOATS,
catcs rather slack Intel est on the pait. l'list Pilze, $75 Wm. C. Lyons, iep
of business houses. Hut a single float resenting the battleship Olympla and
eligible for n prize appealed. Bicyclists
might havo picked up $30 In threo
prizes, with a few bits of bunting iind
a few minutes of time expended, but
not a bicycle was In lino. I
On the other band, the First Hegl-
incut, N. (1. II.. made an excellent!
turnout, and the I'lro and Koad depart- J
ments by themselves would have niadu
a fairly Interesting piocci-slon Tim!
firemen had their Implements bcautl-1
fully decorated with bunting and
gieenery A power rock-drilling crew,
a gang of shoveleis and another ot
sledge wleldeis performing on largo
duns, together with n steam Killer
snorting Its way along, gave entertain
ment to tho public. As money had
been allotted to these depaitmcnts for
lilting out, they were not eligible for
pil7cs but had tho full award of popu -
Flobab!, however, tho chief attrac
tion of tho pniade was tho marching In
a body of the Improed Order of Red
Men. In their Indian costumes mid
war tnlnt but few of tho biacs could
bo lecognUed by their most Intimate
friends, and their original piolotypes
of forest and plain could baldly haxo
tinned out a moic hiawny and stalwatt
Wm, C. Lyon made a hit with liU
float representing tho battleship Olj Hi
lda and Admiral Dewey In command.
It wus an Al ndmllscment for his
book business and would have stood
well In keen competition had there
C IV.Mooie riding In nn automobile
as "I'ncle Sam Up to Date" iltly Illus
trated a bright Idea with a tlmewoin
dramatis persona. Johnule Hollinger
pioed himself a chip of the old block
In his jockey personation, drlwng a
Httlo pony In a tiny sulky.
Colonel Jas. H. Bojd as ginnd mar
shal hud a picked staff, mounted, and
tho Nutlonal Ouurds weio led by Col.
J W. Jones. Lieut. Lol C J. McCai thy.
Malois Zeigler and Camnra, and staff
olllccis on hoiselmck Tho Oo em
inent hand, reglmentnl ilium corps and
Concordia band furnished marching
music. flocrnor Dole, attended by hi
staff nnd officers of the day, loUewcd
tho parade from the front ot the Opera
Following Is tho report of the Judges.
Honolulu, July 4, 1902.
To Jns. II. Boyd, Orand Marshal
Fourth of July Parade,
We tho undersigned judges of the
Thu lemalndcr of the floats being
government floats, nu othci awards urn
BEST. DECORATED DELIVERY
TRUCKS AND WACONS.
Tlrst Prize. $30 II. May & Co.
Second Prize, $30 Salter & Co.
Thlid Pilze, $151. E. Gocas.
BEST SUSTAINED CHARACTERS
Best Group, $25 Independent Order
Of Red Men.
Best Character, $13 C. E. Moore,
representing I'ncle 8am up to dale. In
Secoml Best Chniacter, $10 Johnnie
Hollinger. u'presentlng u jockey.
As no bicycles were tepiesented In
the parade, tho committee iccommends
.thut awards bo made foi prhuto rigs
l'list Prize. $15 E. H. Lewis.
Second Vrlie, $10 J. C Qulnn.
N. V. ORI8WOM),
AmiUICAN POLOPHYER8 WIN
Paris, Juno 27. Tho Ameilcnn polo
team turned the tables on tho Paris
club this atteinoou, defeating the lat
ter by scnen goals to tw. A largo
gathering of fnshlonable pcoplo wit
nessed the mnteh, which was played
on tho Bagatelle grounds. Tho Amrl
can team was composed ot W A. Haz
ard, Itobort Collier, J. M. Waterhury
uud I. Waterhury Tho French team
consisted of Union E. dc Rothschild,
the Dulvo of Santona, M. Kennedy and
Maurlco Rnoul Dun at.
TOM SHARKEY 18 UEATIiN.
London Juno 25. Gus Ruhlln defeat
ed Tom ShaiKey tn tho eleventh round
befoio the National Spotting Club to
night Ihe light wus held in connec
lion witli tho coronation sporting week
Shaikey stinted n slight favorite at
22 to 20 Both fighters weio In the
acme of condition. Sharkey's seconds
were Tommy Rjan, Hob Sharkey nnd
Splko Kiilllwin, while Ruhlln wus sec
onded by his hi other, Hilly Madden and
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Hennery Company ol
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlla
delphla, Pa., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano 8hrcdder),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fnrtlll-
Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's 8team Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled,
tndurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmoa Bugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Wo ks, St, Louis, Mo
Tho Standard c.U 0
The Ceo. F. Blak. .iceam Pumps,
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander. .Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Qeo. R. Carter.. V Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AOENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co.. Kind
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulut Railroad Cc,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckcls Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.. . . .Treas. nnd Sec,
Oeo. J. Ross Auditor
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Hawaiian Agricultural Co.. Ooknla
Sugar Plant. Co.. Onomea Sucar Co.
Honomu Sugar'Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
MUKeo sugar co .naleakala Ranch Co.
The Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
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C. M. Cooko, President; Oeorge
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. G. Jones, H. Wa
terhouso and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
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Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Bnlolso Insuiance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sawing Machine, Etc.
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Collect rents and dividends.
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London The Union Bank or Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dreedner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hon-kong-Shanghat
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank oj
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made ia
approved security. Commercial aid
Travclera' Credits Issued. Bills ol Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Bnilding and Loan
A8SET8, JUNE SJ, 1901, 80,04I,37.
Hoaey loaned en approved securlt".
A Bavlng Bank for monthly deposit.
Houses built on tho monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICER8-J. L. McLean, Presl-
dent: A. A. Wilder. Vl.m Pr.M,.
iO. B. Gray. Treasurer! A. V n.
DIRECTORS - J. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear, C. B. Orey.
J. D. Ho.lt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Lite
Jr, J. M. Little, ii. S. Boyd.
A. V. OBAR,
OBlco moots: a2:soi:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,00
Paid Up Capitol Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank huvs and mrntirea rn. .
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
unci toners oi credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months JJ
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., ll. King Stree
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sal. at office ot , . .
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