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NEVER COURT TROUBLE OR TROUBLE WILL COURT YOU
& From 8an Francisco
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2 For 8an Francisco
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Poking Aug 11
x For Victoria
Mlowcrn July 30
GOOD ADVERTISING cannot be called t
7 an expense, for It It only an Invest- X
ment, Just as you place your money J
In glove stock or a line of furnish- i
Ings, and you get your money out ?
of It Just as surely, and with pos-
slbly a better margin on the Invest- X
ment. Advertising World. 4-
i- From Victoria 4;
jf. Moana Aug. 2 1
Von. XI. No. 2211.
ADVERTISE IN THE EVENING BULLETIN IF YOU WOULD BE SUCCESSFUL IN BUSINESS
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HONOLULU, TBltltlTOUY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JULY .'?(). lflO'2
l'mon 5 Ornts.
THE ONE THING NEEDFUL.
Kauai Republicans Feel
Noted Orator Succumbs
After Very Short
FUNERAL IS CONDUCTED
BY SAN FRANCISCO MASONS
CROWDS OF SAN FRANCI8CAN8
ATTENDED LAST SAD RITES.
CAUSE OF DEATH.
San Francisco, Inly 22. General W.
H: I. llarncs passed nwny In his apart
ments at tin' Cnllfoinlu Hotel last
evening utter enduring the ravages of
lepeated and pefslstent hemorrhages
for a period uf n week. It was Just u
week ago last evening that tlio dis
tinguished lawyer, orator and soldier
was BtrlcKcn with the fatal Illness that
lias so abruptly terminated his life.
An Irritation of the throat started a at
of toughing while he sat dinner, and
the coughing brought on u loleit
hemorrhage that drained his sjstcm of
cotisldeiablj over a gallon of blood,
l'rom that evening until his death hi
did not leave his bed although at times
owing to hU lemarknblo recuperative
poweis and woudeiful vitality, he felt
sttCklently well nml strong to sit up
and chat with those in attendance In
the sitk loom
Gcneiul Haines' Illness was marked
bj a siic.rsslon of violent hemoirhagea,
during which he lost un ninount of
blood Unit seemed scarcely crcdlblo
even to the professional eye of I)i,
Julius KoieiiAtirn. the nttendlng physl
elan Follow lug the iltst several hem
oirluges the patimt rallied and pro
fesseel to feel In excellent spirits, but
during the lust seveial dajs his weak
ened condition held out little hope that
bo would stuvlve Two dajs before his
death minibus of his family wero giv
en to understniid that his case wus
hopelehs, and on Sundny night the In
formation was given out that his death
was only u matter of a few hours.
The i losing hours of his life wero
attended by repeated hemorrhages. At
10.30 o'clock Sundny night ho hud n
hemorrhage that lusted two hours.
This was followed by nnother at 1
o'clock jesterday morning and by an
other at 10 30 o i lock In tho morning.
At 1 o'clock In the afternoon and again
at 1.30 o'clock he had similar attacks.
The fatal hetiioiihnge stalled in at U
o'clock and he passed avvny at 7 13 p
in lie was fulrlj conscious until with
in a few minutes before his death, but
snoko .nriel n until nftpr lililillnc?
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huuu-u) iu niu unBi-iiiuicu uic-iuuers ui
lilt, family in the nftrenoon lie boro
his sufTeilngs with foitltudc up to tho
last, and It is said Hint during his week ,
ot Illness ho did not utter u word of
complaint Those who wero In attend
ance ut his bedside whin ho passed
away were Mrs. Ilarnes, Attorney W
H. Harms his elder son; Lieutenant J,
M. Ilarnes, his jounger son, who cumo
fiom Fort Russell, Vo., when Inform
ed of his father's serious illness, Dr.
Julius Kosenstlin, I) A. Hjnn, manag
ing clerk In General Ilarnes" luw ofllco
for many years) Miss Vlnient, atenog
ruphci In the tame office for a number
of jcais, and .Mis Stephens, who bus
been u housekeeper In General Ilarnes'
famil) for forts jetus
Following the demise of tho noted
Uwyei, telegrams announcing tho sj I
event were dispatched to his surviving
lenitives in the Hast. These uro Cap-
SIX FOR A QUARTER AND BETTER THAN MANILA'S
CUBAN So CIGAR
L. F, STERNEMANN, Fort
Chicago Inter Ocean.
Washington, July 21 Senators
.Mitchell and Foster of Washington and
Dlaekburn of Kentucky have decided to
Join Senator Uurton of Kansas In his
trip to Hawaii They will leave San
Francisco August 2tith on tho steamer
City ot Peking
THE lllllt (ABLE
London, July IS. The Commercial
Pacific Cablo Company signed a con
tract with the Telegraph Construction
Company In London this week for thn
manufacture and lajlng of Its cabl'j
from Honolulu to Manila, touching at
Guam. The construction company
guaranteed to complcto the cablo by
June. 1003, if furnished with the neces
sary soundings. In the event that
these cannot be furnished, 'lie company
agrees to finish tho cable-laving within
such time thereafter us Is necessary tv
Having two steamers, capable cf car
rying G000 miles of cable, the company
is ablo to complcto within a jcur woik
which would take other contractors
two years to do. The steamer Sllverton
at Woolwich, Is now loading tho Sau
Frunclsco-IIonoluln cable, 2400 miles,
and Is expected to sail for San Francis
co In August eighteen hundred miles
of this section have already been manu
factured und are being taken on board
rs ru r Pa f-a r-a Pa pa Pa Pa ea Pa pa
tain John S Ilarnes, U S. A., retired,
residing at Lenox, Mass , n brother of
the deceased, .Mrs. Henry M Ilakcr of
New York elty a sistei, tun Janice
Dames of Hartford, Conn , a brother.
San Francisco, July 24. At 2 o'clock
this afternoon tho funeral of General
W. H. L. Ilarnes took place at Masonic
Temple, and following tho Impressive
services, tho remains wero convoyed
to Odd Fellow's Cemetery, vvhero thoy
wcio cremated In accordance with a
wish expressed by General Ilarnes be
fore his denth.
Tho funeral wns ono of the largest
seen In this city for many years Tho
representative men of tho city and of
tho Stuto gnthered to do the last honor
to General Ilarnes, nnd his friends and
ndmlrers from nil classes swelled tho
crowd of those who mourned his death
Tho solemn Masonic services were
under the auspices nt California Commander-,
No 1, KnlghtB Templar.
They were conducted by Acting Cora
mnnder Thomas H. Drown, who had
courteously requested Past Command
or II p Hiirlbtut, n wnim friend of
General Ilarnes, to officiate with him.
Bishop .Moreland of tho Kplseopal
Church, who hail enjoyed tho close
friendship "of General llarncs, and
Judge James M Troutt, prelate of tho
lonuuuuderv, also assisted In conduct
ing tho services
Samuel M. Short rlilgo delivered thn
eulogy nnd paid u glowing tribute tu
the worth and v. oik of the dead law
yer, while his wgrds of legiet nnd sym
pnthj drew tears from many eyes.
The Woman's Guild of St Clement'
Church will hold its annual sale din
ing tho second week In October not,
tho evenings at that time being bright
Street, opposile Club Stables
"Kauai will go Itepubllcan" Is the re-.
port of good staunch party workeis
who have recently arrived In the cltv
from the Garden Isle The orgnnlza-
tlon of piecinet clubs nil over the Nl -
and has been perfected and never has
there been such n. concentration of ef -
fort on the part of Republican workeis
ns nt the present time.
The necessity of passing good lawa
for the country has become most np -
parent to the Knualans Just as It hns to
the people all over the Territory and
with this In mind, thn party workeis
lint n 1 ll.linl.il llinln fn.inj nH.I n.n
,tu.,i iiiitiniiuiiki ,,v,i u.n umi uiv
working like Trojans to send good He-.
publicans to the Senate nnd House of
On Friday night last, the various'
precinct clubs met and nominated their
men for the Teiritorlal convention nnd
the District committee. Complete re -
turns have not yet come In but enough
nnmes of men nominated have been
received to show that none hut good!
hard workers have been considered
Dy way of encouragement to the Re
publicans of the Territory comes tho
Cable Builder Mackay Is Dead
London, July 20 John W ..Mackay Mr Muckuj s condition hemme still trlhuted bv llieNavj Department I hey
died at 6 30 o'clock this evening at his moie nl.irmtng yestenhy His heart were given out to any one who implied
residence in Carlton Terrace, in his
3lxt)-scvcuth year. His death was un-
expected, for although ho had been III
nearly a week, his physicians hold out
hope until jesteuluy that he would
The news of his death will be u great
surprise to his many friends, for Mr.
Mackay, as a rule, enjoyed robust
health. Less than n week uco be was
actively engaged in directing tho great
Intel ests with whlih he was connected.
The immediate catiso of death, accord-,1"111 without pain.
Ing to the medical report, was heait" """" " "
failure. There were, however, symp- MtriiV'C nicniTril
toms of pneumonia The left lung wtm
bad I j congested. '
When tho end canio Mrs Mackay!
was at her husband's bedside, nnd with1
her were her mothei, Mrs Hungcrford,
and her sister, Countess Tclfener Mrs
Mackny's daughter. Princess Oalatio
Cotonna. who vvus summoned fiom Pa-
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rls. arrived iibout un hour after Mr.
Mackaj had breathed his last. O. G
Wuid, vice president and general man- London to New 'J.iiik onlj u few 1-m We.lmsil.ij stated the situation
ugcr of the Commercial Cnble Com- mlnut.s heroic he was strl.ken down iilenilj iu I. gild to these soundings
panj, was nlso In the house when tho It lead us follows I
. nd came 'Cook New ik I have iea.1 join MACKAY FUNERAL.
Mr Mackaj was taken III on Tuesday eublegium to hand n kiting to sound-1
lust He had been In the olllces of tho '"g" I'm ts nie tins. 'I he bid guar-1 New York, July 21 A cnble to the
Continental Cable Company with Ml nntcelng to mtinufactuie and lay the Herald fiom London sajs A t range
Ward, and the two men went out to cable from Honolulu to Manila, touch- Jo
lunch. Mr Mackay who had been , Ing at Mhlvvnj and Guam bj June next.
complaining Hint he did not feel well, provided we .an furnish the necessnrj " Mnckaj will not bo mado until
was sei7ed with u chill. Mr. Ward Hounding t.xpIH on the 2lst Inst., Clarence II Mackaj arrives Saturday
put him Into n cab nnd took him back namely on Mondtij next Our deslio Mcuntlmo the liodj hns been embalm
to Caillon Houso Terrace and .Mr. has been to complete the uible us eaily t(1 and now lies, Kiiiroimded by llovv
Mackay went lo bed. Tho physicians as possible We nippooil the woik ers. In one or the rooms of the drawing
who were called In did not consider could not be carried out before tho end room floor In the Mackay house, 0 Carl
his condition very serious A denial of next year, but as the contiaclois urn ton House Terrace. Mrs M nckaj is
was Issued of the report which was ablo to handle' the shipment of cablo still prostrated, and as her heart also
current In the city that he was dangci- quicker than wo expottd, It is possi- Is rather w.ak she will recitilro great
ously 111. ble to complete it bj next June I care
The patient's condition seemed tu "It Is inexplicable to us whj these1 In time the bodj will bo tnken to
Improve n little on Wednesday and Mnmdlngs aie withheld when tho Gov- America foi interment In tho Mnckny
Thursdaj, although his heart from thn eminent nnd the whole country ma mausoleum In Greenwood, lint should
first gave the phjsl.iuns much causo crjlng out foi a cubic Tho sotindlugai Mrs. Mueknj s health forbid her cross
for concern On Iriday there was a taken bj the Albatioss In 1801, by act Ing the Atlantic within the next week
slight turn for tho worse, but even of Congress, to determine the piactlea- or so n vault may he secured Iu Lon
then n fatal termination was not ex-jollity of lajlng it inble between Call-'.lon ns n temporary resting place for
pceted I furnla and Honolulu were fieelj ills-'the bodj
oooooo O O O000000c000y o o ooooo
Iaukea Issues a Manifesto
IMItor Hveniug Ilulktln Knowing
thut jou have at all times espoused
the cause of tho people as against eon
spiracles and combinations intended
to I est! lit the enactment of legislation
that will give to the people tho full en
Jojment of their politlcul rights, I
pinto before Jou mj declaration on
the question of county and municipal
To ltoptibllrnn Voters of tho Thlnl Precinct Fifth Itepiesentative District Gieetlng
The tlmo Is close at hand when vnu v ill be culled upon to declaie bj jour choice of delegates to tho Dis
trict Committee und Territorial Convention whethei the county und lutinltlpul government plank iu the ltepuhll
cun platform shall b. como it living issue I believe It to lie the Issue upon which the stltiggle lor political supreni
ney In Hawaii shall ho fought nt the coming campaign
If the Republic an party Is to dominate If it is to be the lending fnctor Iu shaping the future management of
our local political Institutions then our delegates must he pledged to woik and vote tin n platform thut will ad '
inlt of no equivocation or doubt on the question nl .utility and municipal gjv.rnmcnt
As Republicans wo have to nnsvver tin the paitj s defeat to a Republican Ailmluistintlnn Shall we explain
deleat aw.ij by saving that it was iliu to factional nnd continued opposition to the popular will'' Must the Ite
publican part j here, amongst whichmaj bo loiind the men representing Intel est In every business cntcrpiisei iu
the Teiiltorj bo relcgnted to political Insignificant o and Inactivity because the people cannot obtain tliiough
it the lights and pilvlleges uu circled them under American Institutions? Let us hope not
Peislstent opposition to popular demand enn onlj result In defeat nt the polls It nllenates Itepubllcan sup
poiteiH fiom out ranks. Tho fait must not ho overlooked that tho electorate is largelj Hawaiian, vvluiso sjm
p.itliles nio still strong for local nnd Independent sell government Let lis, tlieinloie not further antagonize
them, but intbei tissuro them that the Republican pnity still believes tint they tire possesse-d of sufficient Iu
telllgeneo to miry out tho duties of 1 11 government C P 1AUKHA
Candidate for Delegate to the lteptibli. an Teriltoilnl Convention
news that Delegate Wilcox and Senator
Kulauokalaiil who for the past week
or so labored with nil theli might to,
persuade the Knunl natives to vote on
the side of the Home Rulo partj, were.
not received with thu enthusiasm thej
lshowed previous to the last election
i when these two men stumped the Gal-,
den Isle together.
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nll(1 , j, nannkp mc ie'cn ti,0Sen
for 1() Territorial convention From
,he indentions w II Itlio will veiy
,.,,, ,.,. ,, ,,, .,' , ,,.,.,
, ' "r tl" ,)l6,rl,t committee the fol-
,oninK nrc l,le mo, Impoitunt of thojj
"""'"""r1,. C A "!' ' M C"!,0 ''
W?,l,cr' J IIoBS' M "iinnde?, J. (,nu-
dell und A II Smith.
1 The probabilities nre that the fol-
lowing will come to tho Territorial
convention fiom the Island of Kaunl
Koloa J K. Failey.
Llcele II. Jaeger
Kealln I V Sanborn.
Mime W II lllee.
continued to glow weakei In its action,
Despite the endeavors of his phjslcluns,
who administered ovjgen he pushed a
very bad ulght. istcrduj morning
Sir Ulehtiul Douglass Powell Dr Jones
nud Dr. Orr were summoned and held a
consultation i:verjthlng possible wns
llollt' f,,r "1C ""fiTcr. ,t despite nil .
,nclr efforts Ml Macknj grew weaker!
nn,l lapsed Into unconsciousness. In I
l'lih condition he leunlned through -
u"i lllt' "n ll" tueeuii came penceiuiiy
REGARDINQ THE CABLE
New York, Julj Jl -The last cubic
grame evei bent bv lolin W Muckay
was to one of his business assciclut. s In
, , ... ,.
icg.u.1 to the piop.Mil Puclllc cable.
CK....I iu in.' piopuMii ,-uenie eai.ie.
T1''8 -''l,eBr.im was transmitted fiom
In Joining Issues with you, nnd with
in tho sphere of mj Influence, I nm la
hoilug and urging upon nil lojnl und
true llcpiihllcnus to send delegates to
the nominating conventions, pledged
to work and support loi this measure
It Is to mj iiiluil the one and only
Issue upon which will depend tho niak
llanalei K W Kinney
Wulmea Francis Guv.
Klluiica Keknhn nnd Xllliau have not
jot been heard fiom.
To show that tho Republican on
Kaunl are verj active, It might be Mat
ed Hint 17" men have nlreidj In in en
lolled In the precinct club thcie It
might also be stated that since the list
election there hnvo been 210 Poitu
s"0,,c "", 0,1,crs wuo "" Xnhen ""
luluiallritlon pipers. Tim mnjorltv of
tllP"' ,m 'BnllleiI their Intention ot
I voting the llemihllran ticket
I 1- ,(.. .... m .
Kaunl Is out stiong for countv nnd
municipal government hut it wants this
under Itepubllcan domination It does
not fnvor county and municipal govern
ment given at the hands of the Home
There seems to bo ahsolulelj no fai-
I tlounllsm In the Republican ranks on
Kat,a. what Is done by the party
workers there will he done In conceit
nnd the men who lire chosen for the
Territorial convention will come each
with prucllrally the whole of his pre
clnct club behind him
for them and I certalnlj expected this
slight assistance from the Govi riiment
after I peisonallj explained out plans
to the President last Octobci
i "We shall of course, go on with thn
I munufiiciuio of the cable, but I can get
no guarantee from the contractors ns
to the time of Its completion unless tho
Neros soundings nic forthcoming, as
It will be absolutclj neccssarj to send
1 a ship to nsccrtiilu n practicable route
. lor tue came ueiore it can ue lain, mm
it certalnlj must bo of Importance lo
the Government to huvc lomniunlca
tion established as earlj as possible It
ceit.ilnlj Is to the ('online iilal I'm I lie
Cmnpanj "JOHN W MACKAY"
Cook when asked today ns to wheth
er Mackaj's death would delay tho
tomplition of the Pacini cable, said
,,rl would go on without interrup
IJ"' and the , able would be In opeia-
tlon bj Julj 1. 1'H.U unless the Govern-
,, ,, , i,i,,,.,i ,-i
m,.nt HmlniU,1Kg ttel0 Nuthheld Cool.
said -Ml Ma. kaj s cublearam to mo
ing or undoing of tho Itepubllcan piitj
Iu this Tenltory.
Novel was the tlmo more propitious
The dc'iliiiutlou must lie made clear
One nioie detent will defer for an In
definite pcilod the partj's nscindenij
us a political power In Hawaii
C. P. lAUKHA
Washington lulj 24 Tho Japanese
Government hns served notice on the
State Department that It claims pos
session of Marcus Island toward whlcb
Is now heading nil American expedl
tlou undt r Captain Horn hill, with a
purpose of exploiting Its ginnci depon
its Higaidliig It ns extremely deslr
tide Hint no collision occur, tho Stnto
Department has tnken measures to ad
vise Captain Kosehill that he must or
icr no leslstnnce If he should fnll In
with n Japanese warship, which also Is
speeding lor the Island.
Yokohnma. July 21 It Is otllclulty
announced that the Jnpanesec rulsir
Kasugle will convey the diplomatic
agent of Japan to Marcus Island. Tho
explanation Is that It Is tho desire ot
the Government to icassuro the Ja
panese residents nnd convince them
that the Kosehill claim Is untenable.
It Is asserted here thut the Island was
annexed to Japan in 1S9S ami thut it
was dlscoveied bj a Japanese subject
Will Step Into
His Father's Place
N. w York. July 20 In financial nud
Industrial circles spec illation nlreadj
Is rile as to who will succeed John W.
Mackaj us head of his two great enter
pilses the Commeiclnl Cnble and tho
Postal Teleginph Many who wero
dose to the gieut financier lire out
spoken in the belief that Clarence II.
Mnel.aj will take up the work whciu
bis fattier dropped it,
IJvei sln.e Clarence Mackaj came of
ttgc his father had been unloading up
ou him part ot the btird. u ot managing
the big properties, increasing his re '
sponsllillltles giaduullj, and flnnllj
plating him Iu n vice presidency und
giving hlni n volto and vote In tho ex-
ctitlve committees of the two eompu
Attorneys In the case of J D Pails
vs J A Magoou administrator, have
stipulated that each of them huve ten
dajs In which to file a motion for a
Walls, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with Amerlejn
Queenly In shape and fin
Ish, they nro the daintiest
nnd prettiest slipper of t'lo
season Mado of Ideal Kid,
with blldo buckle and ribbon
bow and set on the graceful
1057 FORT STREET
Kars: "My. what a nai.y n:iji
w Yi'k Herald. "
Wk RUIS II
I WITH VOHFS Bio
Major Is Now Fugitive
From Officers of
HIS FAMILY PUTS UP
PKICE OF STOLEN GOODS
SENSATIONAL ENDING OF A SEN
SATIONAL MARRIAGE STRONG
DISAPPEARS AND CAN
NOT DE FOUND.
New York, Jul20. The Sun says:
Putnam Ilradleu Strong. Mayor Wil
liam 1.. Strong's son, who shocked hid
ft lends and family two jears ago by
throwing up his commission In the Ar
mj und running nwaj with Mny Yohe,
then I.ady Francis Hope, has deserted
the actress In two months ho was
due to carry out a promise made to
Maj Yoho to marry her. In tho mean
time they were said to be living under
a form of contract signed by each.
Strong disappeared on Tuesday aft
ernoon Inst after n luncheon given at
Delmonlco s to his companion. Now
he bus gone It ts alleged that he had
been supporting himself and Miss Yoho
for tlic past few months on thu pro
ceeds of visitB to pawn shops with
May Yohe s diamonds. Ilniantiel
Friend, counsel for Miss Yoho, de
clares posltSely that he has already
discovered the whereabouts of J 100,000
worth of Miss Yoho's Jewelry which
litis been pledged by Strong Tho total
amount sec tired on tills, ho sajs, was
5 10.' "Mi. Until Mondnj morning It will
be imposslbl. to tell Just how much ot
the J. weliy Sttong did convert Into
mom j through the medium of tho
pawn shops, its n safo deposit vault, lit
which tho pioperty of tho joung wom
an hud been put by Strong, cannot bo
opened until then.
Whether Strong took the Jewelry or
not. It Is a fact that before making up
Ids mind to disappear ho wroto her a
note telling her that he had done so
and Hint he had made up his mind to
go and kill himself. At tho samo tlmo
he wrote to his mother who wns nt tho
time with her daughter Mrs. Albert IL
Shntttick. nt the tatter's summer homo
In Lenox, .Mass. In this letter Strong
told his mother that he was sick ot
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