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11 LY 29, 190.'
The Merchants Fair should furnish
new power to the tourist trade move
ment. No one who has seen the ciowds at
tho Fair needs to spend time deliberat
ing over whether It has proved n suc
Kauai sollcU) Republican Is the re
port from the Garden Island Immedi
ately following Delegate Wilcox's visit
to the scene of a former v It tori Wilcox
has taught Republicans of that Island
to pull together.
A Chinese pilnce Is touring Europo
and Ameilta with n view to Inaugu
rating the great Chinese reform of edu
cation Thus the Bow Wongs at last
have an opportunlt) for cooperating
with the rulers of their nation,
Russia wants a conftrtnee on the
Trust question Euiope.ni nations
would be better satisfied If Russia
would turn its attention to releasing
the Orient from the great merger of
territory it is urijlng on In Man
churia. The next agricultural fair ought to
have on cllsplaj the cookery of th
countr. If Hawaii tan produce a
quantity of temperate zone vegetables
and fruits, it tan also make n good
showing of pics, cakes and bread liko
Maul baseball bos failed in thelt
struggle foi the laurels of vlctoiy hut
their honorable defeat upheld the rtpu
tatlon of the Maul league for goo 1
sportsmanship and win Oo much to
wards ktcplng up the interest In Inter
Senator John Urown's tunic on the
HIlo ticket for the Republican Terri
torial convention is an evidence that
one vcrj strong political factor of the
big Island sees no advantages to be I
ealncd for the Terrltorj b) lunnlnlng
in the Home Rule ranks
Delegate I'lnn of Oklahoma sajs he
has found this Territory not as bad as
tome have made out and not as good
ns others have represented In taking
this view he Is not adopting the sptcIHc
ideas of unj partltiilai faction or party.
He Iijs made the discovery that every
thoughtful public man is bound to de
velop, that this Terrltorj is voung yet
nnd like all jouthful factors In nation
al life makes mistakes and indulges In
many unpleasant experiences in gain
One of the amusing political stories
of the season is that in event of the
Territorial Senate refusing to appiovs
bis appointments, Governor Dole will
resign und name Senator Carter as his
euiccssor. The rumorologlsts have
coupled Senator Carter's name with
pretty ncai Ij every olllce In the Terrl
torj , If not the President' of the Na
tion. As far as can be learned all Re
publicans, intituling Carttr, are bend
ing their energies to elect a Hepubll
can ticket this fall and the ollltes aiu
allowed to take care of themselves
Col. Parker s positive refusal to ac
cept the nomination foi Delegate,
makes the search for the best avail
able materlnl a lively one llulletln
Not necessarily Inasmuch as there
is a certain feeling among Democrats
und mlsslonaiy Republicans, to leave
their ptlnciplts aside In order to elect
a good and rcpicsentatlvo man to
Washington, let the Bulletin nnd those
that worship at Its shrine full into the
ranks and make Prince Cupid's noml
nation unanimous Independent.
As the Bulletin first proposed Prince
Cupid as tho man for Dekgate, its at
titude cannot be in doubt piovitkd tho
Prince consents to make the fight, and
tbo Republican Territorial tonvcntloii
decides to adopt what now seems to be
tho most effective means of defeating
"Wlltox. With Parker and llojd out ot
the race, tho available material In the
Jtepubllcan party that seeks tho Dele-
gateshlp appears to be limited Crabbe
has wlthdiawn, and while Robertson Tho Foit Georgo is consigned to
is known to be a willing candidate, hi Ilrewer & Co. but will not remain In
is not bo far as known actively caii-,thls I'ort- sl' ttU8 1obiiIcmI this morn
.... ... , lng by the poit physician tho Customs
massing for the nomination Tho ien. 0-lccr' am, Ml Hobertson of
tlmcnt of tho hour among ln)al Rcpub.'ij,.,,,... & Co . an as even thing was
llcans Is to accept tho united action of
tho Territorial convention as good
Judgment, meanwhile keeping their
powder dry for a lively fight for
supremacy after the party candidates
It pas to get out of tho tuts.
This Is the first lesson the Agricul
tural and' Merchants' 1'alr teaches tltl
zona of Honolulu and the Territory at
large,. There am critics to be found
gome will sav the agricultural exhibit
does not compare with that made In
country towns of the Mainland, anoth
er that the merchants' part of the fair
Is not as extensive as a tlt of this
size ought to produce, while some
other pessimist maj wisely announce
that the attendance fiom the other Isl
ands has nut been what It should be
according to his Ideas
It has often been said, and with
some degree of truth, that there are
more knockers" to the septan1 foot In
this Terrltor than nn other place on
earth Hut the "knockers may
"knock" and the crltlts maj crltltlse
the energetic, thinking men of Oahu
mill nil other Islands nre not blind to
the fait that both departments of the
fair now in piogrcss exercise an edti
talional Influence, strengthen the bonds
of our tommunlt Interests and cement
nnd develop whatever sentiments ot
civic pride may nlread) exist.
Ever new departure In this Tcrrl
tor Is at one stago or another mtt
with the depressing comment. "It can t
be clone." And loo often n mere mat
ter of comment has douched projects
which might have been carried out
with a good mcasuro of success Wise
acres have been at loggerheads and the
r topic have run along In the same old
ruts of contention nnd discussion or
what tan't be done.
The agricultural fair and met chants'
exhibit Is a splendid refutation of the
former sthenic of action that lew
movements of this character die for
want of breath The Commissioner ot
Agriculture has done his part with an
enthusiasm which lie successful! com
munitated to the agriculturists o'
everj district The Merchants and till
Builders and Traders have entered Into
thtlr part of the fair with nn encrgv
that refuses to take "No" for an ans
wer The resuil Is that tlw tountry
dlstrltts have liten Drought In closer
relation with Honolulu nnd Honolulu
Is less a stranger to the tountrv. Visi
tors have found Honolulu business
men to be men of action, und our citi
zens have come to realize tho value
of organization for united effort Tho
people have enjojed themselves What
mote could be asked?
Without exception the program car
ried out this week" demonsttntes that It
pavs to be wide awake, that It Is good
business to get out of the old time ruts,
that the people can get together, that
the pessimist tan be ridden eDiwn with
neatness and dispatch by the exercise
of an average amount of cooperation
and confidence In the elestie of tho
people to move foiwnrd Future jenrs
ought to sec the agricultural fair a
permanent Institution. What the Mci
Unants' Association has accomplished
In connection with this fair the) can
duplicate In tho ennvass for tourist
tiavel and the multitude of semi-pub-I
c measures constant! coming to the
fiont. When people come to know that
the merchants, the builders, the trad
ers, the farmeis mean business, Intend
to work together, are determined to
move forward, thej will he qultk to sco
that It pavs to get out of the ruts and
the will enthusiastically Join the cata
van of progress.
American horsemen who profited bv
the South African var have turthci
uuslncss In sight through the experi
ence which proves the American hoise
to be the btst adapted to the hardships
of tho veldt of any that have been
Delegate Pljnn sas Hawaii's Dele
gate to Congress should be a lepresen
tutlve of one of the two great pal ties.
OVERDUE II (JEllE
Tho long overdue ship Fort George
over which tonsldeiublo nnxlet) bus
been felt finally arrived this morning
nnd nnchoied off tho hnrboi Tho Fort
Gtorgo Is 101 da) s out from Tort l'l-
rle on tho south toast of Australia
and her master. Captain McClurc.
tells a tale of very haul luck which
the vessel entounteied on the vojuge
Tho Pint Georgo left Port Pltlo on
Apill in with TJ0 tons of ballast In her
Shu got out of tho Spencer Gulf 111
good shape, but almost Immediately
aftci getting out to sea, sho met a sue
cession of gules and head vv luds which
(lela)til her passage gieatly. One hea
vy galo alter tho other struck tho ves
sel width, being light, was scarcely
able to resist than It was not until
the vessel reached the region of tho
trade winds that sho struck mint
weather and then she was minus clov
en sails which had been torn away by
tho fuiy ot the winds.
In all other respects tho Fort
George's long passage) wus uneventful
Down In tho 55 N. degtte south, u big
steamer wns sighted one night, but
with this exception no vessel wr.s seen
Captain McCluro teports that all aro
well on board.
found to bo in good shape, It wus
thought better to let tho vessel pro
c-ed Sho will llo at nnthor off tho
port to tcko stores, vvheieupon she will
Dracccd to San Francisco Contain
.McCluro expects that sho will bo able
to sail tho day after tomorrow.
BRITISH MAKING SLATES
OF PROBABLE CHANGES
CHAMBERLAIN AROUSES MUCH
DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.
POSSIBILITIES OF FUTURE.
London. July 19 Cnhlnet making Is
the absorbing subject of discussion
here During the week the public was
regaled with moic or less shrewd
piophccles, hut no Intimations weie
given out b) the Inner circle of tuc In
tentions of the Premier, A J. llilfour
regarding the sucetssors of the minis
ters who have nlread) resigned or ns to
how far the changes In the Ministry
ma) be expected to extend. It Is tut
deniable that a very large section ot
the Conservatives nnd Llbeinl-L'nljn-Ists
nre strong!) dissatisfied wl'h the
Minlstr) as at present constitute 1 ar.d
It Is Increasingly apparent that in spite
of nil the purllumcntar) itibgles ot
Mr Balfour many Unionists believe
that a government of greater strength
and capaclt) could have been establish
ed with Joseph Chamberlain, the Colo
nial Sccretar), as leader. Tho opinion
Is freely expressed on all sides by
Unionists ns well ns tho Liberals that
the Interest of the empire nowada)s
arc so fast and complex Hint the) are
solely In need of the oversight of a
man of hioadcr and more forceful pow
ers, who should be disassociated from
the atmosphere of constant debate over
the details of such measures for In
statue, the education hill, or the ques
tion of releasing Patrick A Mclliigh,
the member of parliament for North
Lletrlm, from the peualt) of contempt
of n petty Irish court.
The appointment of Mr. Chamberlain
to the Premiership would have been
received with cold disfavor by the op
position and would have been j red
rag to the Anglo-phobcs, but neverthe
less there Is n multitude of government
supporters who would be glad to have
him ns chief, and the Associated Press
Is Informed from sources of undoubted
authenticity that Mr. Chamberlain's
claim to the Premiership would have
been recognized ns being l.ettet than
Mr Balfour's had he not whenevei oc
casion presented Itself urged Mr, Bal
four's successor against his own
One Important nnd strong point of
the late administration which has not
)ct become gcnernll) known und ap
preciated and which It Is feared Mr
Balfour will not full) Inherit, was Lord
Sallsbur)'s persistent resistance to Em
peror William's efforts to entangle
Great Britain In an alliance with Gti
man). These efforts have been made
at Intervals since 1S93, and nie llkel)
to be renewed now that Lord Salisbury
Tho chief Immediate cause of appre
hension, however. Is that Mr. llalfoui
will be unwilling to cither radically
leduec the size of the unwieldy Cabinet,
now numbering nineteen, or make
sweeping changes in It. Novvheic Is Its
complete retousttuttlon more earnest
ly urged than among the Cunseivatlves
themselves, tome of whom profess to
(cur that unless the Ministry is
strengthened Its support In the House
of Commons will lapidl) dwindle Tho
Conservatives ale doubtful whether
Mr Balfour is sufllclentl) tesolute to
re-cieate tho Ministry against the
wishes of most of his present asso
c lates. The concensus of best Informed
Conservative opinion poHts to n list
of appointments something like the
follow lug us being the most likely:
Mr llnnbury, tho president of tho
Boa id of Agriculture, to succeed Sli
Michael Hicks-Beach, the Chancellor
of the Exchequer, the announcement of
whose resignation was not received
with favor by the Conservatives, with
the exception of thoso who desire to ste
tho post of the exchequer filled by a
if i committed to the principle ot pre
ferential trade with the colonics
Other candidates mentioned for the
exchequer nre the nt Hon James W.
Lowthcr, former patllamentary secic
tary for foreign affairs, Lord George
Hamilton, Secretary of State for In
dia, who Is not considered to be a
financier, and Edgar Vincent, former
financial advisei to the Eg)ptlan Gov
crnment and ox-governor of the I in
perlal Ottoman bank at Constantino
It Is now coim'tlcied pr3b..bl ' that
Eail Hills juiy will Iv sjccOedeil m
Lend Chancellor !) Sir It D I'mliy,
at present Attorn y General. The Hum
nei In width l.oid lUlslmi exemseil
his pieiogutive l'l the appointment ot
Judges has caused tons'deinble dis
satisfaction It Is usscited tint ninny
of tho appointees do nut rt-itli the high
stnnilaid previous! malnt lined III 'he
Ejrl Cadog.ui, the l.oid I.leiitni.ini
of Ireland, will piobably ho Ktitttelvi
b) tho Duke of Murlboioiigh, tho Eail
of Pembioko uud Montgoiiicr) , or tho
Eat I of Dudley If tho Duko uf Mail
borough Is appointed It will he lua to
his wlfes populuilt) ns much us to
the duke's meilts Tho duke's na.no
is also mentioned js the possible suc
cessor of tho Earl of llopctouu us Gov
cinoi Geueial of Australia
Should Mi Ritchie resign the Home
Setretni)shlp George W)ndham, now
Chief Setietai) for Jieland, Is eonsldtr
ed ii premising candidate.
Lord Ashbourne's position as Lord
Chuutelloi of Ireland Is acceptably
filled. , ,
The lit Hon Sir Edwnrd Caison the
Solieltoi Geneial, uud tho Duke of
Bedford arc sliongly uiged to sutteed
l.oid James of Ilriefoul In the uiiamo
lous Cabinet poMtlon of Chancellor of
the Dueh) of Lancaster Lord Hope
toiin Is n sct-otiduiy possibility.
The resignation of Lord George
Hamilton as Sctietnry of Slate foi In
din Is considered probable.
J. Austen Chnmheilnln, eldest son of
Joseph Chamberlain, and limine la!
setietai) to tbo tie asm), will doubt
less become u Cabinet minister In some
Tho Illght Hon Oeruld Balfour,
president of the Board of Tindo und
brother of the Premier, cannot be said
to bo popular with his party, hut he Is
expected to retire from the Cabinet.
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-three )cars In tire manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
becauso It has proven superior to nit other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petnlumn Incubators and Brooders aro mado of the best lum
ber In tho world, but every other nrttclo used In their construction
Is of tho highest grade, and tl orcforo these "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho same relative position
to all other Incubators and Breeders that the mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees. y
It Is worth your while to rend In our lato catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may novo a catalogue free by writing
for It. An invoteo of assorted sizes Just received by the
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We wIhIi to notify those Intending to make
an exhibit at the MERCHANTS' ASSOCIA
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RENT TRANSCENDENT LAMPS OF 500 0. P.
for the occasion at n very low rate, and
will attend to the lighting and care of lamps.
Cheaper and better than electricity.
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO.
C. W. MACFARLANB, Manager
Repair work of all kind done with
neatness and on short notice.
The retention of Lord Lansdovviie as
I'orclgn Secretary and the Duke ot
Devonshire as president of the council.
Is considered foreordained nnd It Is
not believed that the changes will go
be) ond those mentioned
CASE IS DECIDED
(Contlnuca from Pago 1.)
of tho remaining $1,000, or two thirds
or the Income; (J) , (3) At
tho expliutlon of tho lease, to his sons
or their surviving sons or son, th
laud, provided stall eons or son should
then pay $SO0O to each of tho daugh
tera or muvlvlng daughters, but, in
case one or two of the sons should bo
unable to pay suc amounts within a
year hum that time, tho other son or
sons to bavo tho right to buy tho vvholo
by pnjlng (a) to each daughter or sur
viving daughter $1,00(1, (b) to tho
bhort coming son or buiis ench $5,000,
und that by doing so the sons or son
will enter Into full possession, and
tilth or his right and tltlo ho Indispu
table, provided they comply with tho
said conditions, and (c) to tho vvlfo a
llfo lent of IL',000 a year, to bo n
charge on tho estate; (1) should nono
nf the sons bo ublo to pay thtso
amounts, then tho land to bo sold or
leased again according to tho best In
tercstH of the family, tho proceeds tn
bo tcpially dlvidtd among tho children
or the h lawful heirs nud-nsslgns, after
tho dlHtiihutivu shaie of dower Is glv
en to the wife Tho wife and all the
children survived the testator. Held'
"Tho widow took a lifo estate In one
third the land, subject to bu divested
upon tho performance ot tho conditions
prescribed In tho third Item, In which
case Bhe would thereafter havo a fixed
sum of $2,000 a year, which would bo A
charge on the land.
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
"The children took, subject to tho
widow's Interest, equal estates until
tho expiration of the least with vest
ed remainders in fee, tho former merg
ing in tha Inttcr, so as to make present
vested estate In fee, defeasible as to
the interests of the daughters and shoit
touting son or sons upon tho perform
ance of tho prescribed conditions by
tho other son or sons tbo sons mean
vvhllo having contingent executory do-
vises ns to such Intciests."
Tho lease tn question is to the Kt
lauea Sugar Co. and ends November 1,
ltll'i, being nt tho rato or $0,000 pet an
num paynblu quarterly in advance.
Christian Ilcrtclinann, ono of the tes
tator's sons, died slneo his father.
Judge Perry's opinion Is that tho re
malndei Is contingent rather than
veiled, ono of his reasons being that
the testator has named ono condition
precedent to tho vesting of tho estate
regarding which there Is uncertainty
whether It will bo performed or not.
This tonditlon Is that tho surviving
eon or sons pay to tho surviving daugh
ters nnd to any delinquent son the sum
nt $5,0U0 each at tho expiration ot tht
tcaso or within ono year thcieaftor.
Justice Perry quotes Underbill on
Wills to show that until a precedent
condition Is pei formed tbo devisee
has no title.
LITTLE GIRL INJURED.
The C-enrolt daughter of Pell
Tratiuuado. Janitor of the Y M. C. A,
was lujuied at tho Merchants' Pair in
a lathei peculiar manner last night.
The ltttlo girl was looking at a doll
In Montnno's booth when a glass sign
which was hanging near by suddenly
urn st on account of tho heat of an
electric light behind It Ono ot the
pieces ot 11 Ing glass hit tho little girl
In tho head, Inflicting an ugly scalp
wound. Not fewer than three pieces
of glass were removed by tho physl
viun called to attend the child.
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Makee 8ugar Co.,HaIeakaIa Ranch Co.
i Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
I Boston Packets.
LIST OF OFriCEnS:
C. M. Cooko, President; George
I Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones. H. Wa.
terhou8o and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
Queen Street, - Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas,piglne Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
the old Sewing Mucblno Agent, Is still
in business at 942 BETHEL STREET.
8tock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, 8eamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
The weekly edition of the Evenlno
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. 8lxteen and
twenty pages. (1 a year.