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From 8an Francisco
Ventura July ?0
Nippon Mnru July 31 6
For 8an Francisco 3
Sierra July 211
America Mnru Aug. 2 4
For Victoria i
Mlowera July 3D 1
From Victoria ?
Moana Aug. 2
In the fullest sense of the word.
If they are studied properly they
will prove how newsy they can be.
They will save money. They will
earn money. They will lead to suc
cess. Oangor (Md.) News.
KEEPING EVERLASTING AT IT IS OLD ADVISE-BUT GOOD ADVISE
"Vol. XI. No. 2210.
HONOLULU, TKRltlTORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 15)02
Pinon 5 Oi:nth,
The People Bestow
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a herd of wild buffaloes, on one side Is an unfriendly shore swarming
with hostile natives, and In front of us are breakers and deadly rep
tiles." Chicago Record-Herald.
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Bow Wong Wui Club
Kwang flsi's Natal Day
Reform was the kcnote of the big
celebration of the How Wong Wul'a
nt tlu'lr club house op Hirer street at
the noon hour today In honor of tho
Umpcror Kwang Hsl, who arrived nt
the Ultli mile stone of his. life toduy.
The hall wns very prettily fitted out
for the occasion, lels, fcius ami palms
playing no small part In the decora
tions. There were In tho neighborhood
of a hundred and fifty persons present,
there being among these a very liberal
sprinkling of foreigners.
The celebration whs given over prin
cipally lo speeches eulogizing the 12m
peror in China, after which refresh
ments weie nixed and u ery enjoy
able 8oil.il time was spent by those
present. Wong Leung, olio of tho
principal Chinese business men of tlio
city, presided at the festivities.
Woiik I.eong m.ule a few piellmluary
remarks stating the object of the meet
ing. After this, there weio three
Uieeia for the Chinese I2mpcior ami
then Dr. Akann was Introduced,
This speaker expressed his giatMcn
tlou at the great enthusiasm shown by
the Chilli se lesldents and said in clos
ing that he hoped nil Chinese would
unite for tl purpose of working for
the progress nlong lilieinl lines of till
Ng Tung, another prominent China
man, was the next speaker. He said lie
believed It the duty of tho 12mpeior to
ribo from his piesent thralldom and
govern the people over whom he has.
been pluu-d by UiIue right The peo
ple, or China should be taken cure of
and tho Kmpeioi. a thoioughly good
nun, was the n.au who should taku the
In closing, the speaker -.cferred to
Ihu relorm movement, suylng that al
though it had been successful In the
past, ha hoped that It would succeed
Iioqi now on.
C. M. Qual expressed his satisfaction
at seeing so many enthusiastic Chi
nese present and before going further
with his speech, he OBked everyone
luoscnt to lemember the reform move
ment In the Islands It had only been
uttlvo for three years and yet wonder
ful strides had been made. Ho ex
pressed the hope that tlio movement
would grow to such proportions that
in a short time the leformers would bo
strong enough to dlctato terms to tho
Government. He advised all young Ch
nese to study haul In older to lit
themselves for public service should'
the Government ever ho In a position to ,
lequlro their asslstuncc. I
A. I.. Alilo, the young man who re-:
rently returned from'collcgo In I2iig-'
laud, was the next speaker and his ri
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marks were in English. The young
man presented his excuses for not
speaking In the Chinese language, stnt-
Ing that he had not as good command
of that language as ho would like.
Mr. Alilo started out by saying that
his heart wag with the 400,000,000 souls
so far nvn who should oicupy tbo
first place among nations. These peo
ple woiu suffering from an adverse
government and were placed In a posi
tion of being mere grovellers. Hn
wns thankful for the new order til
thlngs which seemed to pro in I bo n
blight future for Chlnn.
To tliu speaker's mind, the Chinese
ought to he proud to think that thoy
have such a largo population mid such
unlimited lesources at their command.
.Mr. Alilo quoted Lord Hoscbery's la
moii8 speech wneu he sold. "II I lind
the Chlneso people for my soldlert,
drilled by Ilrltlsh offlieis and armed
with model u weapons, I would conquer
the wui Id."
However, the desire of the Chlneso
wns nut to conquer. Such wns not tho
character of the people of the great
empire. What they desired was a
maintenance of friendly relations with
other nations. If the Chinese ever did
teach the foiemoct place among na
tions, this would he their aim and they
would certainly open their arms to all
otheis and extend to them tho light
hand with the grasp of a friend and
Wong Shlu King was the last speak
er. Ho said ho believed tho celebra
tion of tho birthday of the Emperor to
be the proper thing. Ten thousand
miles away, he might not know that
the Chlneso in Hawaii were celebrat
ing his birthday, but thoro might be
n day when ho could realize It to the
In the mind of the speaker,- every
Chinese ought to take an active part In
the present situation In order to make
himself ready for anything that might
come up. Heform was wanted In Chi
na and this could only bo brought
about by education, It was necessary
loy every Chlneso to get moio knowl
edge, to Imbue himself with Western
Ideas and then to put their shoulder to
the wheel and push ahead for reform.
Tho speaker then relerred to the al
legiance to Goil as the Lord ot Louis
befme whom all heads should bow, and
then mentioned tho I'mperor as being
Biipcrlor to tlio peoplo whoso duty It
was to stand up for his sovereign, par-
tltulatly when it was his aim to help
along Ills people by adopting modern
Ideas. Kwang llsl should ho lespect
ed by every loyal Chinese.
If there had been any question of tho
popularity ot an agi (cultural and mer- It Is not, as might be Imagined, trop
cantlle exhibition In the minds of tho leal fruits that chlclly characterize tho
promoters of the event, nil doubts on
that score have been swept nwny by,its In that category but the variety of
the results ot the experiment Tor two such might be discounted, nt some
hours last night n vast crowd surged
through tlio Merchants' Kalr building
and tho Uilllshed, whore the Govern-iple
ment Agricultural Inhibition is being
held, It wns not the mnb fiom tho
stiecls which constituted tho feature
of the scene, but people swarming
from the licit homes of Honolulu, of
varied sex. age and race. Leaders In
commeicc, tho trndes and piofesslons.
with their wles and children, wero
met at every turn. 'J hero was a largo
luprcsentatlon of native Ilawailans in
prosperous circumstances, whose hap
py countenances and gay apparel gavo
pleasant evidence that Old Honolulu's
picturesque society Is lar from extinct.
Another Interesting element was a
large number of intelligent Chinese, pass. If they even equal, those of iho
whose undlsgulsedly keon Inspection ot Kninchnmcha School for Hoys nnd tho
the products of the soil wns worth no-' l.nhainalunn Seminary. In variety and
tlclng. Their thoughts might almost 'line development of products these ex
be read In their faces, which Is a great hlhlls or the Industry of outh whllo
dcnl to say about Asiatics, as thoyjpursultig at the same time their urdl
3azed upon the fruits of the whllo nar school education piesent a grand
man's enterprise In dlvei silled hortl- augury of the future of Hawaii,
culture, wheicln their own raco had The Coffee Exhibit.
been the pioneers nnd until now nl-
most the exclusive woikers In this In -
Theio must have been five or six death penalty on the coffee Industry of
thousand people In the buildings nt this Tenltory.
ny time of the evening. While tho' The canned pieserves from Konn In
lowd In the Merchants' Pnlr building 'Hawaii and the canneries of Oahu
ieemed to take no end of pleasure in 'demonstrate) n growing source ol
the decorations and contents of tlio
booths, besides never tailing to lio
vhrilted with the wonderful electrical
demonstrations, theio wns a constant
pleasure Into the agilciittuial show,
rheie expressions or admiration nnd
mrprlse wero heaid on every side, ov
er the abundant examples or Hawaii's
capabilities for dlverslned products ot
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FERREIKA HABEAS CORPUS
BEFORE JUDGE GEAR
ALIMONY IN WILSON DIVORCE
CASE M'CHESNEY VS. PARIS.
PROCEEDINGS IN VARIOUS
.Iiulne Hiimphiejs has made nn ol
der setting the matter of the estate of
.lames HoliiiiKoii. with especial refer
ence to Investments In the bonds of
the Illlo Kallro.ul Co., for fuitber hear
ing before him on Friday. August 8, at
10 a. m. The Investments amount to
$100,000 and the Supieme Court deci
sion In the Parker case has a bearing
on the matter.
Judge Humphreys is still hearing
the tilal by Jury of A. Kilt vs. Leo
Long, damages of $1000 for assault,
begun yesterday afternoon.
Judge dear heard the Domlngos Fcr
rclia habeas corpus case this morning,
tuklng It under advisement until Fri
day. In the divorce case of Maiy II. Wil
son vs. Chaites L. Wilson. Judge Hob
Inson denied the motion to quash the
libel and oideied tho libelee to pay $21
u month alimony. $22 costs and $25 at
Judge Itohlnson overruled tho de
murrer of defendant In the case of J.
M. McChesucy vs. Walklkl Land &
Loan Association and its treasurer,
George II. I'arls, with leave to amend
within ten days.
In Kaulnlu vs. Knlal, Judge Itobln
sou sustained the demurrer with leave
to amend within ten days, also dissolv
ed tho Injunction.
Leweis & Cooke give notice of mater
ialmen's lien against Lin Fat, Yuen
Koo, lint King, Sarah Savago nnd I'aug
Chnng on a tenement dwelling house
at Kaluwahlne, Honolulu, for a bal
ance of $j20.H.
Tho Hamakua Mill Co. by its at
torney, Cecil Iliown, appeals fiom
Judge Hohlneon's denliil ot a new Mill
of Henry Smith's suit against appeal
lunt. Judge dear In ucrnrdauco with a Su
preme Court decision, has ordeied
James A. Thompson, commissioner In
the partition case of the Lazarus hells,
to dlbtrlbiitc the lents ncciiilug be
tween sale and continuation among the
six hells. The amount Is $10.'.. CO. less
Kau Wing Chow vs. C. I Chllllngy'
worth Is discontinued by Loiriu Am
drews attorney for the plaintiff.
In Illshop & Co. vs. W. II. I'aln and
others, nssiimpslt, Judge dear has or
dered thai the defendant, Talula Iluy
- -Iili-n. Iiaut blx dab' further time
it inn which to answer.
It Is stipulated that Enterprise Mill
Co. vh i:inmct May and W. II. tl
nu maun is continued till the Novem
ber lei in.
Upon the Exhibition
Temperate Zone Products.
exhibition. Then- are some nno exhlb-
seasons, by many a single homestead
'garden In Honolulu. Whnt makes peo-
open their eyes Is the showing of
products that are commonly logarded
as thriving only In the temperate zonm
The potatoes, cabbages, pumpkins,
squashes, carrots, parsnips, corn, va
rious pot herbs, etc., which In times
past have only appeared on the local
market ns high-priced refrigerator
goods from over sens, here demonstra
ted as capable or being fully supplied
by home groweis, constitutes the
gieat success or this exhibition.
Another most plenslng feature of tho
exhibition Is Its demonstration or the
value of Industllal education. There
are no Individual exhibits that stir-
l.oulsson Ilrolhers, with their cofeo
. exhibit, simply put out of court the-
Icrniikcrs who would pronounce the
t Ol ionise, people who base a fulrly
compicliensle knowledge or what
.there actually Is In Ilnwall, leaving
'alone tlio possibilities, can see defects
lind omissions In the exhibition enough
lo make a good show ot themselves
hnd they been supplied. Vet It must
be remembered that the present ex
hibition Is Iho first attempted for so
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Supreme Court Majority
JUSTICE PERRY FILES
DISSENT INQ OPINION
WIDOW HAS LIFE ESTATE CHIL-
DREN OWN PRESENT VESTED
ESTATES IN FEE CONDI-
Chief Justice Fieur nnd Justice Gal
bralth Join In an opinion of the Su
premo Cnuit written by the Chlel Jus
tice, construing tho will ot the lato
Christian Hertelmann of I'Kan. Kauai.
Justice l'erry files a dissenting opln-,,
Ion. The plaintiffs were Frank C. Hop
tetmnnn and Henry tl. Hertelmann, rep-
lesented by Geo. A. Duvls and F. M.
Urooks, nnd tho defendants Susan Her
telmann Kahllina, widow ot the testa
tor, and Helen Smith, Angellne .Moss
man, Minna Hall and Huttle Hanulster,
lour of his daughters, all represented
by Andrews & Audrade. The plain
tiffs claimed that they owned two un
divided thlids In feo -simple ol the es
tato under the will. The (U'fi-nclmits
claimed that the plaintiffs owned no
such Intel est In tho estute. but wero
untitled to two undivided ninths or tho
ostate; that tlio daughters, with their
husbands lespertlvely, owned lour un
divided ninths in the estate, and that
the widow owned nnd was entitled to
The conditions ot the will, under
which these i (intentions aie adjudicat
ed, may bo gathered fiom the follow
ing syllabus of opinion:
"A testutor devised certain kind,
which was subject to a 2."-ear least)
at u leutal of JOooO n Ji'iir. to his wllo
three sons ntid six daugliteis, us to)
lows. (1) To his wlte a Hie estate or
$2,U0D, or. In i hsu ot a change In the
lease, one third the net Iniome nnd.
Ill case of her death, said $2,(iuu a year
.or one-third to ho equally divided
uAoug all his chlldien or surviving
children nnd to encli of the children
or surviving children nn equal sUaio
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Wells, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with AmerloJu
many years that It Is absolutely a new
thing to even local high school gradu
ates, also that It hns been produced nt
very short notice and with but a paltry
amount of money nt disposal. With
these considerations, the verdict inn
not be otherwise than In favor of con
tinuing these exhibitions nt least semi
annually with a reasonable appropria
tion therefor by the Leglslatuie. Ku
turn events ought to comprehend ban
dlciart of nil kinds, as well as agricul
tural nnd mercantile features, together
with live stock shows. A permanent
group of exhibition buildings nt Kaplo
liinl Park ought to he regarded as moie
than u di earn.
One Fine Exhibit.
One of the most attractive displays
at the Merchants' Fair Is nn exhibit ol
S. & W. canned goods by II. May U
Many visitors to the Fair have stop
ped at May & Co.'s booth to sample
8. & W. fruits and vegetables, as cher
rles. peaches, apricots, plums, penrs,
olives, etc., havo been served free lo
nveryone. unci uspnragus has been
served hot fiom the chnllngdlsh. The
niriingement of tho exhibit was very
cleverly done nnd reflects great cred
it on May & Co 'a clerks, who did tin
work It consists cntlri'ly of goods put
up by Sussmnn, Wormsor & Co. of San
Francisco, bearing the S. & W. label.
The booth Is deiorated with pleated
bunting of red.' white nnd blue, and
ninny mlois ot ribbons.
Several new specimens tor the 12x
hihlt have been sent In to the Agrlcu.
turnl Full- iliuhm the dav. I'crhans the
most Interesting or these is a bundle
or reruMnn baik liom which quinine
is manuraitiired. This is from the
Pnr-IMr. Utint- Xllll nt Kill. iifliii,.!,.
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I Another Interesting exhibit Is a
, bunch of green luirtlett penis fiom u
I'oitugucse living In I'nuuu. These
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RESENTS AN ATTACK
UPON HIS INTEGRITY
BAD BLOOD OVER TWO SPEND
THRIFT CASES COUNTER AF
FIDAVIT FILED IN SU
Theio Is blood on the mnnn whers
the different visions of Thomas l-ltcli
mid George A. Davis coiivciko upon
that luminal-) Mr. Davis iniisldeis
that Ills professional Integrity Is as
sailed in the nllld.iv It presented by
Ml Fitch In the Supreme Couit sup
porting a motion to reopen the matter
of Kalna Kapiiklui, spenUthiift.
Today Mr. Davis piesented a coun
ter affidavit s-howlng, by the uttsstu
Hon of a notary public, that Kalna Ku
pukinl executed the deed ol trust III
coutioversy ol her own freo will nnd
accord. He denies that tho presence
ot Judge Gear nt the trausactluu had
the least degiee of liillucnco upon Ku
Hcsldes this vindication, Mr. Davb
has dug up the James Luve spcndthrltt
case papers, whore he points out an ul
lotted attempt of Mr. Fitch to foist on
him n second trust uinitgnge of $0,000
It) the first one of $10,000 mmlo to Mr.
Fitch hlmsell. He shows tho place
when- In bright magenta ink ho anno
tated his refusal to agree to a second
mortgage, and then exhibits tho instru
ment approved In court which places
the $5,000 mortgage on n par with tho
$ill,00il moi Iguge.
It wus all beyond the comprehension
of the ic porter to whom tho documents
weie submitted, nt least for the casual
glance that was all he could afford, but
theie was no mistaking the tone with
which Mi Davis declared he could nut
allow Mr Fitch to leave lor tho Main
land until he wrung satisfaction fiom
A telegram from Illlo lecelvcd es
terday biought the Information that
the Illlo Uepublh mis bail nominated
I'. I'eik, It T. Oiiaid. A. C. McKlnnc),
J. T. llrown and (!. 1'. Alfonso for the
Tcirlloilal convention The pieclnct Is
entitled tu four delegates. Thu appeal -mice
of Senator Duma's name In the
list Is taken ns Indicating Mr. Hionn's
Intention of nlllllatlng with the Hi pub
licans this jenr.
Judi'c lluinphK .s has leiehed n
inniiiiuuli alien fiom the Atloine) Gen
eial accepting his ii'siguntlnn to tak"
i If ect September l,1902,"ns oxpicssed.
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Merchants' Fair Extended
Until 10 p.m. Wednesday
The lime of the Merchants' Fair will
he extended to Wednesday night at 10
o'clock. Tills derision was reached at I
a committee meeting held this morn-!
Ing. The nttendnnce nt the fair has,
been highly gintlf)lng and the general I
success or the movement led the com
mittee to the conclusion that nn exten-l
sion of time would satisfy a public de
mand and please the exhlbltois. j
r m r- Mi fa Pa iw m M Pa na r-a ra
Jaied 0. Smith gave a talk be fori
.ii'i J'.irineit Inst'tme in a well-attei.i'-el
meci'iK in Y. M. C. A. hall. Ai.oni;
iihcr tl ius, he said:
'Yneie mo still l.foO.OO'i ncres ol un
cultivated .-liable land, much of it vir
'.'11. and tut 4 I I ' lieve inpahle of 10.
,,i'rthiK na ni'iill.i l.al populalio-i if
Joe mill ion.4 I, ii. necessary. II lu
wall Is to Kd out of the habit or stand
ing on one leg. that theie be nn Influx
ot Ameilenn Inrmeis. Let the people
ol Hawaii get together nnd work to su
InteiestliiK discussions ol practical
farming miitteis were puitlclpatcd In
by Mr Iliichholtz or Konn, Mr. Hoss or
Knmchuuieha School, Hyion (). Clark
or Wahlnw.i. and W. II. lilce or Kauai.
.V paper fiom Mr. Knelling ol Koolnu
poko nu the castor bean Industry was
FOR VON HAMM RESIDENCE.
Illds for the construction or C. von
Hainm's Pacific elllghts residence have
been opened with the following result'
V. T. l'aty. $8l.'i0; Knight and Jordan,
$111X1; F. Hcdwnrd, $0050; A. Harrison
Mill Co., JST1I; Oleson, $S5U2; McDon
ald & Langston, $9051; J. II. Cruig,
The stenme&Muuna Loi sails on her
usual mute today at 2 p m. The sail
Ing time has been changed In order ta
make It possible fur her to take n con
tlgumont of Japanese laboieis for Ta
Queenly In shnpe and fin
ish, they nro the dnlnllct
nnd piettlest slipper of t'io
season. Mndo of Ideal Kid,
with slide buckle ami ribbon
bow and set ou tho graceful
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It was also voted that certificates of
nwnrds be made ns follows.
One for the exhibit presenting thn
most nrtlstlc effect.
One for the most comprehensive ex
hibit In nny line of trade.
One for the best special exhibit.
The committee voted to lequest Gov
ernor Dole to act ns chairman of tho
committee on awards he to select two
members not exhibitors to net with
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FAREWELL 10 ML
At 12 20 this noon a large number of
employes of the Custom House service
held a meeting In tlfc Inspectors' quar
ters for Hie purpose of bidding fare
well to the captain of the Custom
House baseball team. A. M. Now ell,
and tu elect a successor.
John W Short was choen chairman
of the meeting. Tho resignation of
Mr Nonell was rend and accepted.
Mr. Fanner made u motion that a
vole or thanks be tendered Mr. Nowell
for Ills past seivkcs. This was unani
mously eat i led.
Mr, Shoil In u few appropriate words
bade farewell lo Mr. Nowell on behalf
or the Custom House lone and dually
j pre-ented him with a beautiful cup. a
gift of the men In the foice, ns n token
of the esteem In whlwi the hold tho
The cup. whli h is a verj beautiful
nnd unique one, Ts made of bjark oak
with si her trimmings. The handles
aie Mag horns. On the sides between
tho handles are tlnee shields bearing
After Mr. Nowell has expressed hi
thanks, the business of electing hU
successor wns piocceded with. .Mr.
I Klrster moved that a captain nnd a
! manager be cW-ted instead of having
I both these offices tilled by the same per-
son as bus heietnfore been tbo case.
This motion was unanimously ailopl-
(1. A. Hon en was then nominated for
captain and John W. Short for manager
and It wus unnnlmonsly voted that tho
chairman cast a ballot for botli these
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