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HONOLULU, TBKIUTORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JULY 19. 11)02
Price 5 Gents.
Indications of a Great
Success Are Very
ANOTHER NOVEL EVENT
FOR RACING PROGRAM
Locomobiles and Automobiles To Race
Inquiries of Wray Taylor Would
Indicate Large Attend
ance. All arrangements for tlio Agricul
tural Fair are progressing most satis
factorily under the management of
Wray Taylor, Commissioner of Agri
culture and Forestry.
Tho fair will open at 10:30 o'cloclt
on Monday, July 28, In tho drill sbed,
which will be properly arranged for
There Is no question whatever about
there being a very large exhibit In all
lines for the applications have becu
sent In In great numbers.
There Is considerable enthusiasm
among those who arc Interested In tno
fodder plants ns to who will obtain
the prizes. The competition will be
very keen. Doth panlcum grass nnd
alfalfa, new to the Islands, will play a
very prominent part In this section of
The platform nt the end of tho drill
slicil has been given over to the Ka-
meliameha school nnd they will mako
a special exhibit which promises to bo
one of the most Interesting features of
There have been many Inquiries from
the other Islands and the steamers ar
riving previous to the fair will no
doubt bring n large number of ex
A miniature forest will be one of tho
attractions. This will be mado up en
tirely of Hawaiian plants and will oc
cupy a fine position In tho drill shed.
The center of the shed will be occu
pled by an exhibit of caladlums from
Mr, Damon's place nt Moanalua.
The Huwallans are taKlng much In
tcrest In the prizes offered for the best
leis and cut (lowers.
If any person deshes Information re
garding the fair, all they have to do
Is to sec the Commissioner of Agricul
ture and Forestry who Is ready at all
times to answer questions.
The Merchants' Fair pavilion has
been entirely completed and tho first
people to begin the construction of Ha
booth were the Honolulu Droning Co.
whoibegan work this morning.
A feature of the races on Saturday
afternoon will bo a horseless carrtago
race, a novelty never before Indulged
In In Hawaii. Doth locomobiles and
automobiles will be allowed. Of tho
former. Prince David Kavvananakoa
Norman Halstead and C. E. Moore will
probably be among the entries. Theio
may bo an automobile or tvvo In tha
The Idea of this event Is to establish
a rated mile. There will be no at -
tempts nt spurts. It Is not probable
that there will bo any records broken.
The time will eiy likely bo something... . ..' .' n una .. .. nq
tinder three minutes,
sports inacY by Wray Taylor
Merchants 1-alr committee are
very encouraging nnd show that all ex
nAimnnlnif nn.l slinm Ihni nil AV.
pectations will be exceeded. It. Is ex
petted that the steamers will bring a
very fair attendance of people from
the other Islands.
There la some talk about a grand
ball on Wednesday night of tho fair
week In the fair building Itself, this
by way of giving tho wholo affulr an
Of couisp, this could not bo taken up
by the fair committee Itself slnco tho
responsibilities thnt rest upon that
body are already heavy enough. It
would be necessaiy for outside parties
to take up the matter and push it
YACHTS WILL RACE.
The yacht races tomorrow promise to
be very successful but little moro wind
than Is present today must appear or,
the times made will bo slow. '
Tho yachts will start out on the
cruise to Pearl Harbor this afternoon.
Tho night will 'bo spent at tho club.
house and at various places on tho'
Peninsula and at 10 o'clock tomorrow
the white wings will be spread for the
race back to Honolulu. The following
yachts have already been entered:
Princess, Myrtle, Columbia, Mallblnl,
Pirate, Skip, Wlklwikl and Vl-ke.
A SAD Miff
MISS ETHEL GAY
DIES THIS MORNIlJQ
Was Second Daughter of Late Mr. and
Mrs. James W. Qay of
Many people In Honolulu aro sad to
day for tho death of Miss Ethel (lay,
who has "ecu cut off In the bloom of
young womanhood. She died at tlw
Mist homestead, Nuuanu avenue, tho
home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Ilanls,
at 4:24 o'clock this morning.
Miss Oay was the second daughter of
tho late James W. and Mary Ellen Oay
of Walalua, and twenty years of imo
at death. Sho was a graceful and
charming girl, very much beloved by
her relatives and friends. After re
ceiving an education at tho High
School, Honolulu, about a year iQ
she went to San Francisco, where slm
studied music at Hamlin School nnd
visited friends, returning to Honolulu
in Mny last.
While Miss Oay had suffered some
what from headache supposedly duo to
eye trouble, otherwise Bho appeared to
bo In robust health, until within tha
last four or live weeks. Then sho
was taken seriously III and spinal men
ingitis developed, which', notwithstand
ing the utmost caro of Drs. Coopor
and McDonald, with Dr. Herbert lit
terly In Consultation, ended the pi out-
The lamented young woman leave
three brothers and threu sisters,
namely: Llew-clljn, Mrs. Allco Harris,
Eric, Helen, Arthur and Freda. H"r
brother Eric and sisters Helen and
Freda were spending their vacation at
Samuel Parker's ronch, Wnlmon, Ha
waii, and yesterday a wireless tele
gram was dispatched to bring them
home by today's steamer.
Ily tho wilt of their father tho Oay
children were bequeathed a Ufa Inter
est In his eitate, to descend to their
respective heirs, fn tho case of Ethul
the helrs-at-law aro her brothers and
sisters. A considerable proportion ot
tho land In the rstato Is rented to the
Walalua Agricultural Company, belli;;
mostly excellent sugnr cano land.
Tho funeral will tako place from St
Andrew's Cathedral at 3 p. m. tomor
row, relatives and friends being Invit
ed to attend through this public no
tice. Miss Gay was for a time a mem
ber of tho choir In St. Andrew's.
MR. MAGOON'S REMARKS
Editor Evening Dullctln: Ily mnk
Ine consnlcuoua mv heated remarks In
resenting the attempt of opposing
counsel to Introduce n decree roudcrcl
by Judgo Perry In the suit of J. D.
Paris against myself as administrator
ot tho estate of Antono Fernandez,
which decrco of Judge Perry was r-
verscd by tho Supremo Court, you havn
conveved to your readers an absolutely
wrong Impressjon. My remarks were
addressed to the decrco ns being dead
nmi of nn fnrri- In rnntmiioni-B nr thn1
decrco having been reversed by tho
Supreme Court, whllo you havo made
l ni.nr.nr that I Intrntlnn.illv Inauttui!
Judge Perry by referring to his decreo
)n a contemptlIolls mnnner. What I
rcferre(1 , nnd thcro toIl, ,J0 no ,,
, . . . nnv nn . .,.. m .
ILUUUIbII ,L . (.1 U lULllllh 111 IIIU 1U1 ,-.
though It wero rotting In the grave.
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of Us own motion, this afternoon ro-
versed Its rullnc iiermltttnc tlio Intro-
ductlon of that decree, thereby sun-
talnlng my contention that tho decre
wns nnnulleil liv the mihsenuent decl.
slon of tho Supremo Court.
To cast anv reflection unon tho Intce-
rlty or ability of Judge A. Perry wn
tho farthest fiom my thoughts, for
theie Is no man In this community or the following' Delegate Robert W.
elsewheio whoso character for probity Wilcox, Senator I). Kulauokalanl. Ed
Is higher In my opinion, nor one who gar Cnyplcss, D. Kalauokalanl Jr., J.
bestows moro conscientious thought M. Poepoe, Jesso p. Makalual, Repru
nnd diligent study upon his Judicial bentatlvo Beckley, Rev. Olll, D. M. Ku
opinions than Judge Perry. idhea, Representative Prcndcrgast,
Ily nubllshlnK this -letter you will,
greatly oblige, yours respectfully,
J. ALFRED MAOOON.
Honolulu. July 18, 1902.
Chailes N. Herreld Is tho third Nor
wegian-American to be elected Gover-
nor of South Dakota.
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ALAMbUAi JULY LdlUt
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Express closes 10 a. m. day of salllns.
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Masonic Temple, with Amerlojn
HOI Nffi 1
Big Meeting Held
Kalihi Camp Last
WILCOX AND OTHERS
ARE PREACHING UNITY
Another Gathering In Emma Square
Tonight Strongest Speakers of
Party Will Talk To
The Home Rule party haa started out
on a vlgoious campaign In tho city, tho
result of which the leaders hope will bo
tho cementing together 4' all the na
tives In one compact mass and tho
voting by them at tho next election for
members of the party, pledged as they
already Tire to county nnd municipal
The first gun was fired last night
when Delegate Wilcox and other speak
ers of the Home ItiUe party went out to
Kalihi camp and there for over thrco
hours held the attention of somo four
or five hundred natives,
Tho full list of speakers Is as follows:
Delegate Wilcox, Senator Kalauokn
lanl, D. Kalauokalanl Jr., Representa
tives Mossman nnd Hockley, J. A,
Aklna (Speaker of tho House of Rep
resentatives), Rev. Olll and Kalalkl.
Speeches were made In two different
parts of tho camp at one time.
Tho central thought In all of tho
speeches was unity of purpose, the
speakers pointing out to the llstenera
that they believed this the only solu
tion of the problem now before the
Delegate Wilcox was the principal
speaker of the evening. He started
out with his career in Washington ami
dwelt on the cordial manner In which
ho was received by members of Con
grcss. Ilecause of the stand be had
taken, he had been very much approv
ed by the member.
Wilcox next sounded the call for
unity, tolling the natives that their
very lives depended on their sticking
together and sending to tho Legisla
ture men who would work for the
rights of the people.
Hefcrenco was then made to the
bolters from the party, tho delegate
stating confidently that In time tbey
would return to tho Homo Rule party.
So far as he was concerned, there was
no personal feeling against these young
men. In IiIb Judgment, they had made
a srent mlstako and would ono day
come to a realization of this fact. Tho
door of the Homo Rulo party was open
for the young men at any time they
Bhould caie to return.
The delegate next referred to the
abuse which had been heaped upon
him from nil sides. However, this did
not bother him any. Ho could bear It
all and more.
Senator Kalauokalanl nnd all the
remainder of the speakers sounded
over and over again the call ot unity.
Representative Mossman spoko for a
half hour or more on the nchlovements
of the last Legislature, dwelling on tho
bccosb of the Homo Rule party to a
.,.... Ereatcr extent than was expect-
Cli In the face of an nntagonlstlc execu-
tlvp nml it htmkiidlnir minority of Re-
- . .... .. -.
publicans. Mossman's remarks were
heartily applauded and when he had
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milslicu, tlio crowd wanted mm 10 go
on and say some moro,
Tho Homo Rulers will have another
big meeting In Emma Square tonight.
I.Ike Inst night, no Issues will ue Pre-
scnted to tho people. The position of
tho Homo Rulo party will bo placed be
foio tho people and unity will again be
preached. Among the speakers will bo
Repicscntalivo .Mossman, ueurge
Muikhani and J. Kanut,
The Homo Rulers report that Moses
Kaalkaula, the man who tiled tho first
gun of dissension In tho Home Rulo
convention, has signified his Intention
of going back Into tho Homo Rule par
ty. His final answer will be given on
Monday. Reports como fiom the samo
Bource that otherB of the bolters will
soon be back In their old places.
In the meantime, the young men aro
doing a lot ot organization work und
their printed matter Is coming from
the messes In great batches. This will
soon be spread abroad. The Nakookoo
boys and Sol. Meheula are at work In
Foster hall day and night whipping
things Into'Bhape and getting every-
till tit rnnili' tit n Minor ntrrrrniiall'A ritn
Although It has been reported that
the Hul Ktiokoa will hold a big mass
meeting In Emma So.ua ic on the night
of the Mtli Inst., this has not yet been
fully determined upon. A preliminary
meeting will be held In Foster hall on
Monday night for the purpose of hear
ing the reports of tho various commit
tees nnd determining on a definite
course to pursue. The date of tho blc
mass meeting will be set nt that time
Tho joung men arc very much In
censed over the report In the Adver
tiser this morning that In Its statement
as to the alms of the party tho Hul
Kuokoa had nlcdccd Itself to suppoit
the candidates of the Home Rule party
As a matter of fact, they pledge them
selves to do nothing of tho kind. They
state that they will vote for the best
man, Irrespective of party.
The Territorial Central Commutes
of the Republican party will meet In
headquarters this evening for the pur
pose of considering vicious matters ot
Importance. At this meeting will prob
ably be decided the place for the ho'd
Ins of tho convention In September
There Bcems to bo some sentiment In
favor of Hllo, buf from what could b
heard about on the streets today, IW
nolulti will be the place.
S OF I Ml
SEVERAL EYENTS HAYE
THEIR DATES FIXED
Skirmish Shoot and Annual Regi
mental Rifle MatchAnother Com
petitive Drill Has Been
At an Informal meeting last night tit
tho officers of tho National Ouard, it
was decided that the regimental skir
mish shoot will take placo on the lact
Sunday In August.
Also, that the annual shoot of tho
regiment will tnko placo on Thanksgiv
ing Day. On this occasion tho regl
nicnt Is expected to march In a body
to the range In the morning and shcot
Further, it was decided that a com
petitive drill will be held on the 21M
of February next, as Washington's
Ulrthday falls on Sunday.
Tho regiment now takes a vacation
from all drills until Monday, Augim
IS. Companies may hold business
meetings In the meantime.
1118 CHILDREN HUNGRY.
J. Dalhcy. a Filipino, appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon on the
charge of vugrnucy. He It wns who
caused nil the disturbance nlong Em
ma and Ileretnnla streets at about -I
o'clock jesterdny morning and cost
Special Olllccr Elvln one of the mot
sprightly sprints of his wholo career.
It appears that Ilalccy was In Sam
Parker's yard after mangoes when
spied by Elvln. The former saw the
latter first and then began the foot
race. Elvln finally caught his man.
In tho Police Court this foienoon.
Deputy Sheriff Clillllugw-orth explained
that the defendant was very poor and
had a large family to support. He had
been entirely out of work for a couple
of months nnd though searching In
every direction, hud been unable to find
any. He had gone to the Parker placo
to get n few mangoes to stavo off the
hunger of his children
On this showing, a nolle piosequl wai
entered, and tho defendant discharged,
Judge Wilcox told the man that It nt
any time he wished to get niangoeH ho
could go to his place nnd take away all
he could carry but he must inal.c his
appearance In the day time.
HlilJRINGS IN COURT,
Augiibt Herring, the man who Is al
leged to hnvo threatened people at tho
Honolulu plantation with n revolver
appealed lu the Pollen Court this fore
noon on the charge ot assault with a
weapon on a Cliluum.ui, link Hook by
name. He was repieseuted by Attor
ney Hitting upon whose motion tha
cuso was set for Tuesday next.
Keaumoku, Herring's wife, alleged
to have threatened the Deputy Sheriff
with a lovolver when ho went down
the road yesterday, was arrested yes
terday on tho chnrge of assault with a
loaded revolver on Mr. Chllllngworth,
Sho was released on bond being fur
nished und appealed In tho Police
Court today. Mr. Hitting also nppeared
ns attorney for the defense In this cas
uud a continuation until Tuesday was
Attorney Frank Thompson will as.
ulst the prosecution In the August Her
Th6 Bulletin, 75 cants pw month.
As Candidate For First
Judge of First
WINS OYER JUDD BY
NEARLY TWO TO ONE
Forty Members Attended the Special
Meeting-President W. 0. Smith
Advises the Association Te
John T. Dc Rolt was nominated as
candidate for First Judgo of the First
Judicial Circuit at a largely attended
meeting of the Hawaiian liar Associa
tion. Ills majority over A. F. Judit
was more than two to one on the first
ballot. Emll C. Peters was barely In
the running, while Lylo A. Dickey, Sec
ond District Magistrate, was not in It
at all on the ballot.
The meeting wns held In Castle k
Cooke's hall at 11 o'clock this morning.
W. O. Smith, president, was In tho
chair and Dan. II. Case, secretary at
the desk. With them wero present
Messrs. Whiting, Davidson, Castle, S.
F. Chllllngworth, Kaulukoii, Davis,
Peterson, Drooks, Robertson C. S. Dole,
Stanley. Lewis, Weaver Matthew man,
Warren. Mllverton, Deputy Attorney
Ueneiul C'atlicart. Dlgelow, A. A. Wil
der. Thayer, Hemenway, Andrews,
Corie.1, Johnson, Andrade, A. M.
Urown. Holmes, Hutch, Thompson, Ka
ne, Men. A. W. Carter, Vivas, Marks,
Achl, Magoon Rawlins, McClannhan
and Russell, the last-named not a mem
ber though a practitioner. There wero
forty votes In the meeting.
President Smith, on calling the meet
lug to order, stated its Bpeclul business
to be the recommending to the Presi
dent of the United States of a candi
date for the First Judgeship of tho
First Judicial Circuit. To facilitate a
selection a sub-committee of the As
sociation had been given the duty of
presenting the names of available can
didates. The names submitted were
Emll C. Peters, John T. De Dolt, A. F.
Judd and Lylo A. Dickey. It was uut
understood, however, that the selection
was necessarily conllncd to theso four
Ocorgc A. Davis moved a resolution
to the effect that a ballot be taken anil
that the two lowest names on tho fir.;'
ballotbc dropped, when the Associa
tion should ballot again and the candi
date receiving a majority of tho vote
bo recommended by memorial to Presi
dent Roosevelt and Attorney Ucueiul
Knox fur appointment.
J. L. Kaulukoii hoped the Associa
tion would not be fooled, usklng If It
were certain a Vacancy was to bo filled.
Tho president In reply stated tlutt'n victim of International rivalry, tho
Judge Humphreys had publicly an- success of the Norwegian. Nansen, hav-
notinccd his resignation over his own ng led him Impetuously to undertuko
fclgunuro In a writing tiled In tlio, iia perilous trip. In the hope of stir-
courthouse. Answering a question by. passing him, nnd thus putting Sweden
Enoch Johnson the president Bald there' n the lead.
was no Intention of restricting the, .
choice, adding, after ho had named 8unday Bulletin, JUS per year.
tellers, other nominations might bi
made In balloting but names other than mm" " " " " " " " " ""
thot-o submitted must uppcar on tho
first ballot. I
Tho resolution having carried, C. F.
Pctcison uud S. K. Ka-ne wero appoint
ed tellers, and the first ballot resulted:
De Holt, 23; Judd, 12; Pctcm, 3.
Mi, Kuuliikuu, on the cull from tlii
chair for u second ballot, submitted
that Mr. Dc Holt having received a ma
jority of tho total vote cast should be
mado the unanimous nominee. It wus
ruled, however, that the resolution de
manded u second ballot ou tho two
Tlio becond ballot gave Judd two and
De Holt one of the Peters votes, thus:
Do Holt. 2G; Judd, 14.
W. L. Stanley nsked for n rendering
of the resolution as to the memorial.
Mr McClannhan, on tho reading of
the lesolutlnn remurred to memorial
izing the Attorney General.
President Smith suggested that tho
memorial be addiessed to tho Presi
dent and a copy of It Bent to the Attor
ney General. On this proposal being
accepted by tho mover, It was so order
ed nnd the president announced the
business ot the meeting closed Hi
congratulated the members on the aus
picious meeting. It was ono of the
largest the Association had ever held.
Ho hoped tho Association would con
tinue to havo good meetings and no;
only deal with matters pertaining to
the administration of Justice but con
sider matters of Importance to tho
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month, j
CUP AND GOLD MEDALS
FROM CO. F MEMBERS
Presentation Speech to Captain John
son and His Two Lieutenants
Was Made By Colonel
There was a great surprise In stmt
for Captain Johnson, First Lleutena.il I
Short and Second Lieutenant Cartvlo
of Company F, National Ouard of Ha-1 , . ,.,,., , ,
waii, after the regimentni driu lasc'Jury Rests While Lawyers Argue--night.
The volunteers aii marched I Large Chambers Calentiar for Moa-
luck to the drill shed. but. In nlnco of ","
dli-bandlng at once, tho companies
were drawn up In line, and then. Col. ,
Jones, stepping to tho front, presented
Certain John son with a fine $C0 silver ,
cup and a gold medal nnd the two lieu-1
tenants with a gold medal apiece.
Col. Jones explained to tho officers
In well chosen words thnt the gifts guardian od litem of Annie T. K. Par
were from tho boys of tho company, kCr, a minor, for services rendered
who wished lo show In some sma'l I upon the appeal of A ,W. Carter, guar
measuro their appreciation of the ef-. dlau, to the Supremo Court from tha
forts in their behalf ot Captain John- order ot Judgo Humphreys disapprove
son and Lieutenants Short and Carlle. lug certain Investments.
The boys had felt that something monii p, Danson Kellett Jr. was appointed
than words was necessary to express j by judge Humphreys temporary guar
their feelings In tire matter of tho sue- jian of Antone. Mary nnd Matilda Les
ccss "hlch tho company had achieved En, minors, without bond.
In tho recent prize drill. The three i
officers were simply overwhelmed, but
recovered themselves in tlmo to thank
tho bojg for their great kindness.
In i continuation of remarks by Cut
Jono tho commanding officer said ho demurrer ns treasurer of the Walklkl
wls'ied to thank Company F for the Land & Loan Asoclatlon to the com
splendld record It had mndo during plaint of J. M. McChesncy against that
the past threo years. Ho expressed , corporation and himself,
the hopo thnt tho splendid percental There Is n long calendar for Circuit
of 98 secured by Company F In tho last ' Court chambers on Monday, viz.: Pro
prlz drill would bo repeated next year ! la f 11'8 ' Wm- Thompson and J.
.w.-,.r it,,, npn.nnmilon. rofrPKh. A. Hnsslngcr. Master's report In cs-
inents were served In the room of Com
pan) V and the remainder of the even
ing was spent In singing and speech
Among tho arrivals from Hllo
way ports In tho Klnau today were the
following. Hon. and Mrs. Cecil Drown.
O. V. Wilder. W. F. Ilrman, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Hanebcig, Miss Kate Vlda,
Mrs. Mary MottSmlth Wrd. F. M.
Wakrleld, Chas. Notley, ll. C. Drown.
C. F. Eckardt, E. Oay. Mrs. E. Norrlo,
Miss Emma Lyons, L. Kcntwcll, J. Mn
gulre. Col. W. II, Cornwcll nnd W. J
Prof. Henry W. Famham of Yale has
presented to the University of Georgia
,.!,.. ,.r r.ifin,.9rv ,!,.,, n,m,
belonging to his ancestor. Abraham
llnl.l.U.. n ....Inl.mlo.l Hitm-pln (Intra.
man. Including a speech delivered by
... . .
Mr. Ilaldwln In Savanuaii in IiSj. oui
lining the pioposed university of Gt-or-gla.
Tho Russian Arctic explorer. Dr.
AIfxiinilir von Ilunee. declures In a re-
,,.,,i trniFMilnn nrileln Hint Andri'o was
OXFORDS, nf course; and wo or more pairs for frequent changes.
The loot aie responsible for many human discomforts, but you aro ro
bponslble for tho shoes )ou put on them, and shoes aro evcrythlus,
particularly during the warm Weather.
The smart-looking, comfu table kinds are here In most satisfying
variety. Hero Is a suggestion:
LAIRD, SCKOBER & CO.'S
Ideal kid, light extension sole
the latest and anellcst shoe of
1057 FORT 8TREET.
For Representing Annie
T. K. Parker In
I JUDGE ROBINSON GIVES
AN IMPORTANT RULING
day Waikiki Land
Judre Humnhrcvs granted the petl-
lon of J. J. Dunne for a fee of JI000 a
Teresa Julia Agtia petitions that sho
be appointed guardian of Gullhcmo
Datuela, her minor grandchild.
Qeo. 11. Paris by his attorneys.
Thompson & Fleming, has entered a
tnto of John Uml. Order to show
cnuso In estnto of King minors. Order
to show cause In dlvorco case of War
ren vs. Warren. Motions In Austin vs.
Holt and Long vs. Macfarlane. De
murrer In Fanny Strauch vs. Papal K.
Iaukca. Decision on motion In Henry
i smith vs. Mary Rose and flovornor
Dole. Motion to set day In Lee Chu
and C. K. Al vs. Isaac Noar. Demur
rer In Oood Hope Building Association
vs. F. J. Amwcg et nl. Motions to set
cases for trial In Lewers & Cooke vs.
Kauhlnl, Lowers & Cooke vs. Corni
and W W, Dlmond vs. Orphcum Co.
Master's report on estate of Richard
son minors. Appointment of guardian
of G .Datuela.
Judgo Robinson, nfter argument by
I counsel, today ruled In the Parls-Fcr-
nandez case "that the question ns to
''"" "me '" nlch ,hc contract herein
' Ullglll Iinvc neeil ienuiuiru in u qu
"on of fact for the Jury and not of law
' n .ha mirt ' Wlllln thla noltlt U11
for tho court." Whllo thla point wai
pending, the Jury was excused until
The Globe Navigation Company's
steamer Tamplc-o arrived In port about
noon today and docked at the I'aclfla
Mall wharf. Sho left beatlio on mo
9th Inst., thus making the voyage In
the fast time of D days. She brought
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