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HONOLULU, TKHIUTOUY OK HAWAII, THURSDAY, JULY 17. Ifl02
1'ltIOK 5 OlJNTH.
Home Rule Bolters Are
t W Ae- 2 t
iffi XIiNTo. 2200.
TOM L JOHNSON'S
Herein n reproduction of the most
Johnson ot Cleveland, who looms large
Democratic presidential candidate, for
Ruling That Regular and
Special Panel Be
TWO JUDGES PRESIDE
TO SETTLE THE POINT
Celebrated Case of Paris vs. Fernan
dasWidow and Child in
Court Motions to Set
Judge noblnson sat with Judge Hum
phreys at tho opening of tho Circuit
Court term session this morning, to tl"i eft & Cooko b. I). II. Kauklnl and
former having been assigned the tilal Lowers & Cooke vs. Joe Corea. Earn
of the cause set for today. I notice states the ground of motion to
After tho roll of the regular panel of bo "that the nppe"aT of tho defendant
Jurors had been called, somo of wh'j.n was taken merely for delay, the J
were excused esterday, UallllT Hop- fondant having failed m tho lower
kins presented tho following return of court to present any plausible defcine
a Biieclnl venire, viz M. Q. Sllva. J. P..
Dlas, J. M Camara, 1 A. OonsalvcB.
W. 11. Mclnerny Chns, H, llamsay, 1.
M. Webb, Chas. J. Falk, A. M. Soulo.
13. S. Cunha, Thos Qulnn, Manuel
Hois, Charles Ilroad. Wm. Llshmnn, 11.
F. Ucrtclmann, Herman Meek, Samuel
W Spencer and I3dwnrd K. Montgom
ery, "i .irj5TO
Judge Hiimphrcjs announced that
Messrs. Ucrtclmann and Cunba wore
excused. Mr. Mclnerny pleaded busi
ness reasons to be excused, but after
consideration JiTdge Humphreys held
him. J. M. Webb was excused on the
plea of taking medicine ovory two
hours and lack nt assistance In his
store. Messrs. Dlas and rtels were ex
empted because not American citizens.
Iteforo retiring from tho bench.
Judgo Humphreys mooted the question
as to whether the trial by Jury ror tho
causo set should be drawn from tho
original panel until exhausted or frin
tho regular and special lists combined
and shaken up together
Tho cause was that of John D. Pnrll
vs J. Alfred Magoon, administrator of
tho estata of J. Fernandes.
Mr. Llghtfoot for defendant claimed
tho right ot demanding a Jury drawn
from tho entire number of Jurors sum
moned. Mr. McClannhan contended
that tho original panel should bo ox
haunted before any nevv Jurors wore
drawn. Judge Humphreys gavo the
ruling of tho court that tho drawing
shotild bo from tho combined panel, to
which counsel for plaintiff noted ox
ceptlons. It was obvious that tho clash
upon thc point thus settled vvns duo to
tho fact that several of the now Jurortf
wero of tho samo nationality, Portu
gueso, as the defendant beneficiaries.
Mr McClanahan, hen tvvclvo men
had been drawn, made a Jilief state
ment of tho ensons preliminary to tho,
v.umiuuuu.i in iuu ju.ura .ur t.iu.i ens-
Ing purposes. Tho Supremo Court had
ilecldcd that Magoon could not bo held
to the specific performance of a con-
recent photograph of Mnyor Tom L.
on the political horizon as a possible
tract for the sale of cattle made by the
Bcceascd, consequently the plalntirf
had to seek tho recourse of a suit nt
law for damages for TJroach of con
tract. Ills questioning of Jurors In
eluded iuTi Inquiry as to whether thej
viouli bo Influenced from tho fact tint
a widow and her children were tho m t
iial defendants Mrs Tcrnandcs and
an Infant daughter sat beside Mr Ma
Charles Schoellkoph was excused for
rnn.n W II Vl.ln.rnv .nil Inlin II I
Wlsowere excused by the defendant. 'nnR "nanln.ou.1y elected to the pott- to And out now and once for all w'.,, Representative Fred Dccfcley arus
and the plaintiff excused M. O. Sllva i"; u ., ' "p ', ,r". "m . !" f "V,c con I ""' '" n few We chosen words, hurltd
The following Jurors being satisfactory "'" ""l "'""' ' :
to both sides wcro sworn to try tho1" ,hc "If"0" "' C,l0VCn l,CTB ' ,
cause- Uwrenco H. Dec. Cbas. II. 1 he executive coramt tco of the pa rlj
Kamsay. S. W. Spencer. C. J. Fnlk. Wm.l,,n,le thc plaP of 1 10se '10 had " I
i lahmnn t- ii Mikniomi mi i Pmw.' i
ford, Horace N. Crabbe, W. E. Vlsher,t,os anJ whose names, ns read by tUedo so. but not as members of the exec
Herman Meek.Jas. K. Merseberg, Jo3isocrclnr5'' are aB '""0WI,: Prince Jon ilmtlve conimluee. Don't oven let tho
Falko. ' ' Kalanlanaole, Curios A. Long, Solomon Prince tomo back on the committee.
Mr. Magoon was thc first witness, and' Mchcula, Solomon Kalclopu, Moses I We have no allls now. Wo are all
a letter from him to J. D. Paris, dated' Kaalkaula, J. K. Clark, J K. Nakookoo, allls. and wo are the servants of the
February 20, 1900 was filed ns an ex- F- W. Irving, L. K. Nakookoo, L. Slid-people. If the Prlnco loves the pcotiie,
Mbit. This was all of the evidence
until the noon recess.
It Is probable there will bo a session
tonight, to allow witnesses from Kona
to return home by tomorrow's steamer.
Mott-Smlth & Mntthowmnn and II.
O Mlddlodltch have tiled notices of mo
tlon to set for trial tho cases of W. W.
nimond & Co. vs. Orpheum Co. Lev
to tno planum s claim
Tho suit of Lowers & Cooko
Inane Harbottle Is discontinued,
was for a balanco of $350 94 on
count of bulldei's supplies.
Tho regular meeting of tho Catholic
Union of Hawaii was held last even
Ing at the Union hall, with Preslde.it
I3ckhardt In tbe ciiatf. Thero was a
good attendance and tho report ot the
rt tiring treasurer, Fred. Ilosa, was lis
tened to with marked attention.
During tho ear ending July 1, 1902.
tho Union disbursed $1,877.20 for c
lief, while receipts from membership
dues and donations amounted to J'1.-
W (1. Irwin contributed
Holy C-host Society $50.
;uu U.K. uie nuiy u.iusi oucieiy i.e.
Tho Union, at present, has J239 53
In hand. 76.75 In tho bank, nnd J1.000
lonnet! at Interest.
Under tho new offktrs, it Is ox
pected tfiat tho Homnn Catholics will
Interest themselves In tho good work
dono by the Union which, In view nt
tho hard times prevailing, Is expected
to grow In usefulness.
NOEAU PROM HAWAII.
Tho steamer Noeau arrived In pfrt
thls.ruoruiug at 9 15, bringing fn.i.i
tln...l. nn.... (HI l.n. .......... II. ....
r'rTo irbD'r ';.: h:
.vv uu .. v"-""" ;' I parish house of St. Clement's church
ser Stel 6lv tho following report o am, lt ,,. 1)pc (, ,, d
tho trip- Very heavy head sea an 1 uy tll0 ,a(llc8 ot tno u(1 at tllclr ,,,,
northeast winds crossing channels t.i meetings.
Hawaii Weather at Hamakua pretty I '
steady. No rain. Steamer Kauai was'... .. n ft
at Punaluit early Wednesday mornlnti Wfi 5 FarOTfl to. t FmrOCC
Dark Diamond Head was dlsehnrclua
an.i mK.ng in uaiiast at Kaanapnll. ,
Schooner Aloha arrived nt Kaanapnll
Iibi Sunday, Fair weather on tho re-
turn trip. v '
The Home Rule party held a meeting
nt the noon hour today In I'oster Hall
and, from tho remarks made there 'y
Delegate Vllco and others, It coull
be seen thnt tlicrn Is no longer any
hope of a reconciliation between tin
voung and old men. Tho old element
took the stand that they nro tno par
ents, and that It tho young men ret i u
to camp It must bo like suhmlsilvc
)oungstcis after a severe spanking
Thcv will not bo nllovvcd to pcoiioino Inkling of their Intention has been
membeis or the ecxciitlvo commlttio eont to us. In this, vie imvo b-ii
but must lemaln as simple membeis shamefull treated, nnd now It Is a
of tho party willing to do the blddlug question of forging nhend nnd not hoi I-
of the older heads. ng back. The names read before vou
Tho meeting was called to older i are those of men who have taken a
shortly Utter 12 o clock, there being separate stand. ThT-1 3s no use fur n
present some seventy five or more na
tlves, among whom wcro a number rf
im-u wnu nuii- u.rcuuy juinc-u wim iu places, nR to'llls position,
llul Kuokoa. -If these oung men see by-and by , The spenker said ho hnd Joined wltn
Tho first business of tho afternoon' that they have been hasty In llielr nc- tbe bolters nnd had loft the eonven
was an election of a secretary to tako tlon nnd therefore wrong In their con- tlon Perhaps the nctlon hail been II.
tho place or J. K. Nakookoo, tho young t elusions, the door Is open to them and ndvlscd. He tould not tell However,
man who, when It came to a dlvldl t they will bo allovfc.Ho como back Into he tor ono was In favor of cementing
of tlin ways, threw down the gauntlet the fold llko little children who have the party together. Ho may not have
as If ho meant business N'nkoolton been punished nnd hnve seen the wl- understood tho lensons for the ouiu
was on the scene and In a few words do: of their pareats I men bolting the convention, but lm
to Vice Chairman Mnknlnal, who vvns
present at tho meeting, told him thai
'he would no longer nssoclalc political-
ly with tho Homo ltulo party.
On this showing, nominations for a'
nnw flurretnrv wnra rnlhwl f,, nnrl Y
,,-....... hpln. ,h onlv ',.,
filiated themselves with the new par
uon nnu j. vv. lupixunc.
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NEW PORTUGUESE CLUB
GETTING IN GOOD WORK
Mass Meeting to be Held Saturday
Night- Organization Will Then
Be Completed Work
There was a mcctlug ot tho Portu
gueso Political Club laU night at Con
cordla Hall which was attended by a
largo number ot young men of the
Portugueso colony Tho meeting was
nounccment that ho intended to resign j
irnm tno executive committee ot tl.o
Democratic party In order that he
might co operate with and work for t'.e
club nnd the Portugueso voters, to
gnrdless of party feeling.
A largo number of thoso preso'it
signed tho roll ns members, after
which tho committee on rules and regit
tntfnnn nresnntoil Itu rnnnrt. It una tin.
(,C(, ,0 ,mvo a , racctlng at Sa
lAntonlo nll next SatllriIay evening lo
Anlnnln Unit noil Rntur.lnv ovonln-
tak , acton 0 t,lQ b ,aWB nm
IcU pormnncnt offCors.
I Addresses on tho Importance ri
working together, for tho best Inter
ests of the club wcro made by Majo:
Camara, M. C. Pacheco and A. O Cur
The Woman's Oulld of St. Clement's
church has about completed tho sup
ply of bed linen, towels nnd blankets
for the Honolulu Home, and It
will be delivered for use nt the hospital
veri shortly Tho material was nur-
chased largely fiom tho proceeds of thoi8"""1 na ,lle champion of tho Klks
I "rst ente,tnlnment given at the now
' b uii.njii.niw
TEL. MAIN 109.
Masonic Temple, with AmerloJn
Wtn. Illngcr nnd others spoke In fn
vor of allowing the matter of vacancies
In the executive committee to go over
until the next meeting. The man who
were supposed to hap broken nwuy
from tho party should be heard fruiu
nnd should be asked to come bad: to
These expressions brought Delegate
Wilcox to his feet in n second, nn I,
among other things, he said
'The men who have btui.tu uviay
from us have set up a nen party1 an 1
to wait nnd sec what they nave to s iy. '
Lct US cllOOSO Other men In their
'Our enemies are watching us very
closely nnd the newspnpers are saving
all manner of things This rnornui,;,
the Advertiser lied most miserably
about us In tne matter of CJucon l.lllu-
.-Th,8 , n iri ,n ,..
i.uuc ... i . vuccumung poncy, our
vnvmh'B wl" com" oM ''orlons over
lf ",' om mc" wl' t)ro, away
from iis wish to como back, let them
ne win sianu ny tnem.
Walter, the nlne-ear-old son of Man-
ngerfieorge Kenton of I3n plantation,
accldcntall) shot himself this morning
whllo lvlnir In n hammock nt honi. I
shortly after noon today.
Tho lad was fooling with a 22-u.llbre
gun which he handled taielessl) It
was discharged and tl.o lull entered
the lad's body near thc groin.
A3 soon as the accident was discov
ered Dr C n Cooper was telephoned
for and ho was hurrlul to the plant..-
tlnn In n uivAnlnt rriln At tlin limn nt
g0,ng ,f) t ,a n,108B)Io t0 tol
10 fu cxtcnl of 1C nounili ullt ,romi
Instead of beating C. S Hollow ay
ono set of ping pong by a Bcore of 13
to 11, A. T r Atkinson yesterday i'c
feated his antagonist by a scoro of tl I
CO thus completing tho match an I
coming ont victorious. It must be uta
ted in justice to Mr Holloway that be
had n soro foot and vvns therefore In
very poor form He was forced to
play In his stiuklng feet.
Last night, Atkinson defeated Al
Monro b a store of C-l, CO, tho same
as that stored in tho match ngalurt
This afternoon, Atkinson and Hot U
will piny for tho championship of Inn
Hlks" It is conceded by all that there
!wlu be 80mo K0(1 I'IIR. '" '!! At
kliikon will como out ahead and will
The steel rails for tho King slreet
extension of tho Itnpld Transit Co
tracks 13wu of Tort street nre being dis
tributed along Che route preparatory to
the track laIug which will be begun
In a few days The poles are also be
ing set on both sides of the street nnd
the wires will be strung In advunre ot
the track laving
Tho ship Columbia, lying nt the Pish
market wharf Is taking ballast today.
"Lot then1 bo no backward mon
muu now. nnd uo giving In to an) on
Let u stand as one Wo will exiuiu
the nung Hawallnns If they come an!
sue for pardon, but fct me tell ou that
I don't unlit John "mmcluth back ecu
ns n member of the party. I wnsh riy
I bnnds of him for good nnd all If nr
can bite one member of the part) he
villi bite ollurs
At this stuge of tho proceedings Mr.
kiilual tailed on Solomnn Kalelopim
one of the bolters to sav- what he hid
to sa. since ho bad been included In
the list of those who had broken nvvny
from the party
The speech or this tiling man ivas
ambiguous from beginning to end. but
when he finall completed what he had
to sav there were nncrv nrnt.-nft.
against his words. Ho had talked lo-
ten mlnntex nml iinl,1 nlianlntoK- nn
hud gone out and was still out lie
was very sorry the thine hnd tnlt.nl
plnce ne had Just Jumped, but coulJ
not sum up his reasons for so 1I0I11.1 '
He had left his seat In the oxccutlvo
committee but Tio was one with tl.o
part) In tho work.
bombshell Into tho camp of the
Home Hulers His statements were lo
tne effect that the Home Rulers them
'selves had violated tho terms of th
constitution in their recent convc.
tlon. When asked by Delegate Wilt in
In what manner, he replied that It win
by having women In tho convention.
Kalauokalanl here stated that tbn
women had been in all previous con-
(Continued on Paen 5.1
FURY M CASK
SUBSrAu'CE OF APPEALS
TO THE SUPREME COURT
-. . . - , ,
ulaimaUtS Kely On Did Hawaiian Law
..j -,.. ,. s. - ...
""w vvuia iv uuaia.u iuo
Theory of Vested
Hatch & Rllllman hnve filed bills ot
exceptions In the two test cases of
llsherj rights, being thoso of S M. Da
mou and the Illshop Kstntc respective-!
ly. The difference between tho cases
Is that tho fishing right Is mentioned lu
tho rojal patent under which Mr Da
mon claims, whllo such light Is nnt
referred to In tho royal patent back of
tho Welion claims.
In Mr Damon's rasa the exception Is
simply to Judge Humphries- granting
a nonsuit to tho defendant on tho
ground, first, that no tltlo to the fishery
claimed passed to tho plaintiff's grant
ors by viituo of thc royal patent speci
fied, and, secondly, that no vested right
In a sea fishery us ng-ilnst tho Territory
of Hawaii rould have been inquired by
virtue of thc laws of tho Kingdom ot
Hawaii respecting fisheries, and thnt
upon the repeal of said laws respecting
fisheries by the Organic Art the rights
of plalntirf In said sea fishery becamu
In thc enso of tho Illshop Hstnte Triiu
tees, exception Is taken to tho ndmls
slon ns evidence of the I.nnd Commis
sion nward antedating tho rojnl patent
on the motion of defendant for the pur
pose of showing that no right of sea
fishery ns appurtenant to the land ot
Walalac-lkl or otherwise was dalmcd
by tho nwnrdro befoie the Hoard of
Land Commissioners The plaintiff)
objected to tho evidence on the ground,
partly, that tho rojal patent was tho
final net In regard to the title
Further, exception Is taken to the nd
vcrso ruling on tho plalntlfTs' claim of
vested rights under tho Immemotlal
custom and thc laws of tho Kingdom of
Hawaii, saying that ror a period at
sixty jears they and tuoso under whom
they claim tltlo have been In possession
of tho sea fishery of Walalac-lkl ;that
such possession has been continuous,
REV. FRANK DE WITT TALMAGE.
It Is iiulle evident Unit In bis son. Iter, Frank I)e Witt Tnlmnge, the
lute T lie Witt liilni'ige has left n worthy successor nnd one who. 111 hla
till n l to be countt il niuniig America's most eloquent pulpit orators. Tbe
Itev Trunk He Witt Tiilmnce Is pastor of the Jefferson Park Presbyterian
chiin b I'luwign. Inn Ills mtihoih nre enjoyed by n vaster congregation thou
nnv rbureh could contain Ills (llcourso nre widely printed and nre
vvldelv rind ns vvrro Iboie of his famous father.
cxtludlve nnd notorious for said period,
and that the fishery right In question!
((insisted of setting apart each car one
given variety of fish for thimselves
from all caught within thc boundaries,
of the fishery specified In their com
plaint Other exceptions refer to tho same j
ruling aB was made In the Damon case I
n.m.lv thiil tho nnrlrnt custom audi
law did not hold, but that tho private
rignis in sea ua.icr.ca we. it iouhuou
by tho Organic Act
MAUNA ALA ARRIVES.
The American bark Mauna Ala ar
rived In port from San Francisco this
morning after n fast nnd uneventful
vojnge of twelve days. She had fine
weather nil thc way The Mauna Ala
brings a cargo of between 630 and 700
tons of general merchandise, tho lead
ing Imports being ns follows 100
bbls flour, 100 cs canned goods, 25 tins
matches. 100 drums distillate. 11.110 lbs
middlings. 110 bales ha. 220.10R lbs
rolled barley, 3 tanks ncld ;j Iron
boxes, 80 pkgs hardware. 77.H2 lbs
bran. 9S0 lbs oats, 180 ctls wheat, 10
pigs lead. .1782 lbs toroanut rake meal.
1G0O ft hickory lumber, 605 ctls barley,
li.SC gals wine, 126 bxs soap, 4430 IUs
The vessel Is moored nt the Irmgard
vv half where she will discharge
The stenmw John Cummins arrived
In port last night nt aliut C 30 o'clock
from Koolau portB. Sho brought a cr
go of rice and paddy and also n lot o,
old Iron rails which are shipped us
scrap Iron from Ilccla plantation
These raits form part of a large ship
incut of old Iron which will be brought
over from tlmo to time by tho John
Cnmmlns. It Is likely that tho Cum
mins will also firing over later the ma
chinery from the Hecla mill when lt Ii
OXTORDS, of ( our Be. and two or more pairs for frequent changes.
The feet nro responsible for man human discomforts, but you nro re
sponsible for the shoes ou put on them nnd shoes nro evcr)thlug,
paiulnrl) during tl.o wnrm weather
Tho smart looking, eomfi.tablo kinds are hero In most BatlBflng
varlet Hero Is n suggestion
LAIRD, SGHOBER & CO.'S
Ideal kid, light extension sole Cuban heel and worked eyelets. U Is
tho lateBt nnd swellest shoo of thu season Como nud seo lt.
Wl IROQUOIS AS
to Make Naval
Station a Recruiting
OFFICERS OF TRAINING
SHIP YERY INDIGNANT
Object to Calling Boys Aboard Mo
hican By Name of Cadets
Entertainment at Naval
I he Hags on the training ship Mohi
can, thc Iroquois and nt tbe Naval Sta
tion nro at half-mast tnda) out of re
spect for thc death of Admiral Samp
son The details of this hnppenlng are
rather curious, this being the second
time thnt the Iroquois and the Naval
Station have dressed In mourning for
the late Admiral The reason for this
peculiar circumstanco Is that the navy
regulations prescribe that when an or
dtr of this kind is received b nuy ves
sel or station lings shall be half masted
on thc da after the order has been re
ceived Thc Naval Station received tho order
shortly after the death nf tbe Admiral
(Continued on nage 4.)
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