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Till HSim Jt I.Y II 1'IQ-'
Major Strong and Ma Yohe landed
wheie tnes. began In dlsgrnce The
rrstilt Is invnrlable
Universal demand for a larger and
mure comprehensive Fair net year
tells the stor of whether the Initial
effort was a success or not.
The llullders' and Traders' Exchnnge
Is pilling up earl) In the morning to
prepare for the Senatorial Commission
nnd going at It In a business like man
As the time for the primaries ap
preaches the political atmosphere ap
pears to be as tiercel) charged with
contention as It was two jears ngo.
This Is unfortunate and seems to ha
due sold) to n misunderstanding cre
ated b) bus) bodies, who enjo) making
trouble rather than to any real under
current of malice or ulterior motive.
Charges nnd countercharges are II)
ing so thick and fast that the onl) so
lution seems to be the billot of Satur
cla) Whatever this result ma) be.
part) men ought to make up their
winds to accept it as final Thu Itepub
Ilcan party cannot afford to eurrj on
a fight In Its own ranks when there Is
so much at stake and so much to be
gained b) pence
WHAT HAWAII NCBD8.
Hawaii needs a business mans Dele
gate Correspondent Ilreckons review ot
Hawaii s status In Washington as re
gards Its Delegate should stilke deep
ly into tlie mind of ever) common
sense Careful thinking voter of this
Tcrritor) It Is the reflection of a
ver) positive sentiment In the national
capital made without prejudice to In
dividuals a plain statement of fact
None is better able to learn the opin
ions of public men and g-iugc, the status
of the Terrltor) thirh a newspapei cor
icspondcnt In dnll) touch with the de
partments, members of Congress and
the general drift of events that go to
make up success or failure for the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, its popular demands.
Its financial und legislative lecjulre
tnents. Mr Ilreckons has no personal 01 poli
tical axe to grlud for himself or an)
one else Ho has no personal Ill-will
or favor for Delegate Wilcox or Sena
tor Carter He states facts intent to
every fair minded man In Washington
and the Territory ot Hawaii.
The I ultcd States Congress while In
fluenced In a large measure by politics,
Is first a business Institution It does
the business of tho count!) und Dele
Bates or Representatives are expected
to represent the demands of their dis
tricts In n business-like manner Tho
man who can attract countrywide at
tention b) his icmarks on tho iioor
cif Congress Is a good political asset for
any State or terrltor). l'lrst of all Is
needed a representative who can and
who will work In committees, who
can ami who will present fuels In com
plete and comprehensive detail who
can and who will put aside personal
und factional prejudice, working pm
slstently on the broad plane of uggres-
wlve fall minded intelligence with tho
klnglo purpose of obtaining lecognt
tion d,ue our people, our Territory,
Wilcox fulled because he did nothing
Carter failed because he let his fue
tlonal feeling get tho best of his Judg
ment, What Hawaii needed and what
It must havo Is a man, who, after the
ballot Is counted, has the capaclt) tu
work nnd can put aside the pett) preju
dices which unfortunately plu) such u
destructive part In nulllf)liiK tho ef
forts of citizens who are, after all Is
paid and done, btrtvlng to accomplish
the samo end.
The Idea that obtains strongly In
this Tcrrltoiy, that our Delegate mutt
of necessity be one schooled In the
legal profession Is nonsense Legal
learning Is an udvantage, but first, luht
and alwa)s a Delegate, to bo classed as
competent, must have a knowledge of
our business necessities. In the govern
ment and out of it. Ho must be on the
olert to secure favors for Haw-all as ho
-would be for his private business
Hub Hawaii such a man? If It has,
the responsibility Is upon the Republi
can party to bring him to the front and
en i mi ii mi
BISHOP RESTARICK HAS
REACHED SAN FRANCISCO
HE ANTICIPATES NO DIFFICUL
TIES IN HONOLULU HELP
ERS COMING WITH HIM
San rrnnclsco lulv 10 tllMiop lies
tat Irk of Honolulu, the first bishop ot
the Episcopal Church of America ccr
appointed abroid Is n guest at the Oc
eldcntnl toda with his wife and famll l'ort sixth street If he oxer sought
on bin wa to his new charge For death s hu Informed Mn Yohe and
twentv vears lllshop Iteitnrlck hbored'bls mother that hu Intended to do, ho
is teitoi of St Pauls church. Sin I has evident!) changed his mind
Diego and on April 17 hst he was Angoi has followed grief In thu mind
elected lllshop of Honolulu l the Col- r Mny ohe ns n result of Strongs
lege of UlHhops meeting at Cincinnati mtlon In foisaklng hei Seen nt the
lie will leave this port on August 1 uii0lm, ot lcr mo,4Cr n Hastlngs-on-the
steamship Peru the Hudson, she no longer 'expressed
The diocese of which I am taking . ,iesro for thu retuin of the truant,
charge Is h no means n new one said Tllp Unra ,,,, Urk,,, , ,lcr eeg Now
llshop Itestarlck toda lllshop Sta- ,,,, want cnBcnllcc nml g)l0 declares
le was the first hicuinbent and he ; was ,,,, w, prosccute stronB B8 Mcrnl ag
succeeded In 1S.2 l.j I) hop Ills. , e ,aw w ,, er counsel, Km
who resigned on April I last He has ,,, KrcmI ha brcn nstrctccl to
bcn appointed to a position In the
Tonga Islands li the Archbishop of
Asked as to his opinion rcg-irdlng
the nllegeil disagreement between the
Kngllsh church authorities and those
of the American Episcopal Church n
girdlng the diocese of Honolulu. lllsh
op Itestarlck spoke unreservedly
There was no trouble between the
churches whatever," ho said "We aro
nf II.O ..,. ,mm..nl,. nn,l ll.orn n I
i,. n i.,m. m.i ,nm,i ih.rJ
was waspurel) local and I antlclpite
no friction of an) sort
Acconipau)l.ig the new bishop and
his famll) aie four women workers
who will take charge of the woik at,"1"1 convivial unu congenial compan
present conduct, il l the sisters ot St
Andrew s prior) school In Honolulu
"St Andrew s prior) Is an english
church organization n teichlng sister
hood which is doing spluidld work all
over the world explained lllshop Uis-1 the woman who has been his closo
tarlck It has b.en istibllsheil In companion for n ) ear, and has boasted.
Honolulu for thlrt) ears and the sis-1 his Intention to drive her back to Eng
ters now there wish to retire I am tak-1 land
Ing with me Mrs L 1 Pnlsom, .Miss Muv Yohe was furious for a while
Evel)n Wile and Miss Kggart of San. when Informed that Strong had been
ll(nr.,i (n,1 nnii inn ,o IVr.iMt it rtt,iln. lit til, limlitii rif n.intli, l unmn. Tlinn '
natl The) will take the school off the
hands of the English (hurch slsteis
nnd lontiiuie the work theie The ut-1
tendance at the school now I am In-
formed numbers 12t girls most of I
whom are native Hnwnllans'
lllshop Itestarlck Is an Englishman
b) birth hut all his work concerned
with the cure of souls has In en con
ducted In the I lilted States He was
ordained a piles! In Iowa In 1SS2 and ,
since nts assuming enarge in sun Diego
he bus four Units represented the dlo
eeie in general (invention He Is the
author of scevrul works on icllglous
The bishop will pieich at St l.uki
church at tomorrow mornings smb.
(Contlnuen from Pago 1 ) ,
hnd been pilvate offered to hear nrgu-
.Mr .viagoon took tne opportunit) 10
s.i) that hu was familiar with the Ha
walian language and in taking notes
of evidence In Hawaiian did not wnlt
for the Interpreters version He claim
ed that he was competent to tcstlf) to
the substance of the dead msvi's evi
dence his notes bringing the matter
clearly back to his mind. An nuthorlt)
was produced b) him to the effect that
an nttorne) or Indeed an) Intelligent
auditor of such evidence might under
certain circumstances be a witness to
the purport thereof
Judge Humphrey held that the at
torne) In this case vvhllo he might
have some familiarity with tho lIawa -
llan language was )et liable to have
colored his notes from his Interest In
tho cause. His Interpretation of the
evidence was not on the same basis
us ,,uc o .... u ., ...... ,,.. -
was theiefore even more heaisa) than
.. .... ,, .., n. .., ,.,. ,nr..
er The Interpreter ut the former trial
was also acting In the same capaclt) at
trial. )et that oflleer would notluif of Mls Yohe tor Japan. She will
undertake at this lapse of time to testi
fy to the substance of tho dead man's
evidence. The objection was sustain
ed Mr Magoon then rested the ense of
tho plulntlff and .Mr Drown opened
that of the defendant b) stating to the
jur) that the defense wns a general
denial of the complaint.
Stanle) Stephcnsou b) his attorne)s,
It W Ilreckons and J J Dunne bus
filed an unswer to tho complaint of E.
C. Howe elulmlng a p.titnersblp ac
counting He denies that an) pirtncr-
shlp existed between them miner tno
laws of Ilnwall, that he has any part
nership funds and that he has no prop
erty. Patrick II Uurncttc tins biought suit
against P B. It. Strnueh for 12282 21
balance on a promissory note for J23S2
und Interest at 2V4 per cent per month
from September 1C 1K!)9. until paid.
Tho most complete odometer which
performs for the automobile tl c simo
service that a oclometei docs tor a
wheelman, Is that being marketed by
a Iloston firm It is usually attached
to the front axle Inside the wheel, It
not onl) Indicates the distance traveled,
but u bell Is rung at the completion of
every mllo, to that b) u little calcula
tion, with a watch In hand the Inbtni
ment becomes a (Oninaiativelv uccuruto
speedometer The dial has thrco haniU wero so much exhausted that tlicj had
of different colois the red making nto be canled home On the ground
complete revolution with ever) mile, near them wero tho stubs nt two largo
the )ellow once In fort) miles and the switches that had been lltfiall) worn
blue once In 1C00 miles Tho company
furnishes pin chasers with dial caidH
gratis Ilefore stalling out the opera
tor marks on a card the position of
tho hands of the odometer dial, and at
the conclusion of the ti ip the exnet dfs
tanco traveled Is easily determined hy
a comparison of the card and the dial
Tho card may then ho filed awaj foi
mm If DEI
SPENT HIS TIMF IN
DRINK AND CAROUSAL
HIS MOTHER GRIEF -STRICKEN.
MAY YOHE 8ATI8FIED TO
GET HER JEWELS BACK.
Niw oiK, Inly 20. Putnam ilrad
lee Slicing spent the gicater part of
lodaj In u notorious resort In West
prepare a complaint charging Strong
with larcenj She will, she snB, cause
his arrest todn)
(irlcf stricken and almost heart brok
en. .Mrs. W I. Strong, mother of
)oung Strong Is at the Urosvcnor Ho
tel In thu care of a phslclan Mrs
Slicing has aged rapldl) slnec her son
entered upon his strange course, and
his last escapade has resulted in her
So far as c an be learned. Strong has
"f hvn ,",,B,, ,1,c tenderloin ills
!,rl(t 8"lcc he Bpnt ,iarful n0,ps to hi"
"lu,llcr nml Mlss Yo,,, telling or his
Intuition tn end his life He Ins been
ions and he has been the ccntrnl fig
ure In several resorts of n disreputable
natuic If he has been depressed b) i
it morse he has succeeded well In hid
'"K "I" emotions Ho has scoffed at
she became sad and tearful at the
tbuiii,ht of her pecunlirv loss
W'll she said I ve worked hard
nil in life nnd I can go light back
and work Just ns haul again '
.Mazlc Marie,' put In Mrs Yohe
her mother ou see I.oid Frauds
wnsnt so bad after all 1 knew he
wouldiit work, dear but )ou must re
member he was a lord and wnsnt
biought up to woik
It will be detcimlned tomorrow ex
Ul) how ditp Inroads have been
nude upon the foituue ot Mn) Yohe
The vault in which her jewels had
Ihui stoied will be opened In her pres
i in i b) her counsel bhe asserts that
when she arrived In New York a few
months ngo she brought with hu gems
Inndjcwilr) woitli $4UUMcI0 Shelenrs.
that Slicing has disposed of more of
them than ho acknowledged. .Ml
I'rlcnd said tonight he was trjlng tol
line! out wlint Strong had donu with all,
thu monc) lie hnd dm Ing thu past
three months In tlnr time he sn)s I
strong has hail $I5,0UU to his knovvl
edge Miss olie declared that h had
not gpcnt n CLllt on tne i10lule
though he hnd insisted on hnving the
place kept up in the most extravagant
May Yohe Will
Return To Japan
New York, Jul) 23 May Yohe,
whose brokn henrt has been prett) well
repaired since the family of Putnam
Itiuillio mtunir mniln rninl thu ntnrmnt
w)lUll ghc gajg b)a (Jbt tnrollgh ovcr
con1(lenct) , tllt. former Army Ca,;
tain, spent this morning packing
trunks at her home In Hastings und
In the afternoon came to town, had a
,ak tt )lcr lawcri i:manui, i-riend,
" ' , .
"'"I then disappeared for the day. fahu
',a-,k Hastings tonight.
All signs point to tho speedy depart
i.ui ..ill ...I I.I..C biiu .a fcuuib iiii.ii; a ,ic
stiamer Peru leaves San Kranelsco foi
Yokohama on August 1st, nnd tho Km
press of India leaves Vnneouver on
August 4 til If .Miss Yohe decides to
I go back to Japan, she will probably
i " "" "' i"eu sicuinc-rs
Mrs Stiong and tho Shnttiieks left
"e Hotel (Irosvenor toda) and went
I back to Lennox Kiom a reliable souice
It was learn, d thut $ll.ouo was th
amount given to Miss ohc Strongs
relatives have excellent reasons for be
lieving that he luniled nt Queenstown,
Were Brutally Beaten
For Stealing Apples
Indianapolis, July 22 Rcoige Sprad
lin and Milford Hurt two )oung men
i.vlng near Wlnslow, l'lko count)
were placed under aircst today and
aro being guarded tonight to prevent
thieatcned lynching mo dnughteis
of a larmer named .Mason ono in nnd
tho other li 5 ears of ate wut into
the Hint orchard and wen pulling
sumo apples trom the t ces Ihe )oung
men cnught them, and cutting sonic
switches from the tre.s gave each ot
them n severe beating Itoth gills
out upon tnem i no uesn on tlielr legs
aims and shoulders was badl) laceiat
ed and both wero suffering flora loss oi
The mnglstrato todav released tho
two men on bond, hut afterward cans
ed their rearrest, as one of the ehll
dren may die
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SITS SBUTtt STEWART
San Francisco, July
States Senator William M. Stewart of
Nevada registeied at the Palace this
He brought with him a
nevv vlevv of the political situation In
the Silver State for he decland thary f,ig ends of failures" then. Two yeais
Congressman 1'iank G Nevv lands ago he carried his haggago ovcr to tho
would feurelj he beaten in his tight for Admlnlstintloii caniji nnd since then
promotion to the United States Sen- he has had u free hand In the illsti lim
ine In Stewart's opinion, the suceea-'tlon of Nevada's Federal pationagc.
toi of Senator John P. Jones who Is
to retire next March after thirty jears
of (.ervlce. will he United States Uls
triit Judge Thomas P. Haw ley
Senator Stewart Is 75 years or age.
hut Is still vigorous, and he has never
.eased to take a keen Interest In poll-
tics This morning he talked freelj ot
the enmpalgn just over the mountains.
How does the political situation
look hi Nevada''" he was asked
'All right ' he answered.
Kverjthing going Nevv lands' way'
Not at all not nt all Hf will ue
heateii Judge Hawley vvl I he the next
United States Senator. Nevada '8BJ
ing Itepubl Uan this fall T he pu l'l
will not fight the Admlnlrtintlon heii
"Vn "r.r:."r. ;,;, Ti,nt or
,....,...... .. ....- '""""- "., .:
ri" ;.',0CS"t...r-e''r!S!" i".1.1 "1 v.l!
,..u.,r ,.,.. ...C .bn, "''";" ,"
an tee for vourself the opposition to
the Administration Is broken up nil
ovei the United States "
Then Senator Stewart stroked his
Piitilurchal beard and spoke of the
personal efforts of Nevv lands to win tho
.Scnaturbhlp "Newlands has overdone
his booming" he said. "Ho claimed
(vervthlng for himself. He has done It
nil He wouldn't give the President
or anybodj else any credIL The peo-
pie do not believe that kind of talk,
and they are going to beat him reo-
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
pie don t care anything about a busted
That Is the view of Senntor Stewait
1 On the other hand, the friends of New
lands sav that the record of their man
! finil hl unrk In tiplmlF nt till. Irrltrnttnu
law mnkes him an absolutely sure win
ner nnd that the opposition will make
" Eorr showing In the Legislature.
Senator Stewart's view of the forces
behind New lands has changed wonder
f ti I lx In Ihn lust tun venrs. It un. tin.
sll.r nimv tlial ciccied Stewart tho
last time, and thcio was no talk of
ROOSEVELT A HERO.
New yorUi Jul) 20. A caulo to tho
W(J1(, from ,,nrH Ba8 nag jiakon.
nu) nc,lhtw anJ nBP 1)regrnptlve to
tllp ,)lrone of AbjBslnai who 8 uclng
tmerlnlle(1 ,,, ,,, mlmerous suit hy
the 1 rench Government, says many
Americans, merchants and engineers
principally, havo settled In Ahvsslnla.
Ihe Negus has an American pianist
named Mlldied Clavpolo, whoso ac
t of ,,rt,,d(nt 008Mclt.g fe B0
Interested 'M, nelok that ho ordered his
WoKlnph, trn,18iutci, lnt0 tho uatho
Itoosevolt is a sort of
leRodary h.io of tho most popular
soit among the Abvsslnlan negroes
Tho Negus was especially Interested
.Mr Roosevelt's pcisonal encounters
Franz Muller a Vlenneso nitlst was
vci proud of his beautiful flngei
nails which weio tho envj of many
acquaintances Ono of tltese was so
consumed with Jealousy that ho hroko
one of the beautiful nails, whereupon
the breaved artist sued blm for dam-
ages A Jury has Just awarJed blm
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Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Qlffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
) Susor Factors
ACJENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FtANCISCO, CAL.
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LIFE and FIRE
NEW ENOLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
8URANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Hunalulu, T. H.
t Hawaiian Agricultural Co.. Ookala
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Honomu Sugar Co . Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co.Haloakala Ranch Co,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'a Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS:
O. M. Cooko, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wn
terhouse and Geo. H. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balotse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
i the old Sewing Muoblno Agent, Is still
I In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
The weekly edition of the Evening.
Bulletin Is the largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen ant
twenty pages. $1 a year.
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