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HONOLULU, TKRltlTOllY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1002
PlilOE 5 Oknts.
Steamer Ke Au Hou To
Go To Maalaea '
HAVE PLANNED TO GO
WHOLE THINQ UNDER AUSPICES
OF THE HONOLULU ATHLETIC
CLUB DA8EDALL TEAM
TO GO ALONG.
Arrangements bavo been mado by
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth acting (or
the Honolulu Athcltlc Club, by means
of which the steamer Ke Au Hou of the
Inter-Island Co. has been chartered to
take a certain limited number of peo
ple to the races nt Walluku on the
This plan was only set on foot a few
daj s ago and grew out of the proposi
tion of taking a baseball team to Wal
luku. It was mentioned to a few of tho
boys and they jumped at the chanco
so quickly that others were seen and
inside of two days tho list bad reached
It was thought at first that the num
ber should be Increased to fifty In or
der to cut down expenses but those
who had put their names on the list
slated that they would be willing to
pay 13 for the round trip rather than
to pay a lesser amount and be crowded
for room. This having been found to
be the concensus of opinion, It was de
cided to keep the number down to thirty-five.
The following tickets have been
printed and will be Issued to members
of tho excursion:
S. S. Ke Au Hou.
Malaea Hay and Return.
Leave Honolulu 5:30 p. m , August
Return, leaving Maalaea Bay 11 p. m.,
Round trip, including seasickness,
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth has
made arrangements by means of which
the following baseball team will go to
Maul to play against the Maul team on
Sonny Cunba, catcher,
Darney Joy, pitcher.
Pat Glcason, first base.
James Thompson, second base.
V. Meyer, third base.
J. Williams, shortstop.
J Hnnsman, left field.
.1. Aylett, center field.
Antone Louis, right field.
With the exception of Me or, this la
tho regular Honolulu Athletic Club
team that played the Maultes when
they were here during fair week. In
passing, it might bo mentioned that
Mejer intends to play with tho Ilono
lulus next season.
Julian Yates, who is now located in
the city and has become n member of
the Kamehameha team, will be taken
to Maul on August 12 in order that he
may play with his former team. The
Honolulu boys are doing this In order
that the Maultes may havo no kick.
Just how much money will be taken
In at the gate cannot be told but, if
past years are any criterion by which
to Judge then the proceeds will not go
a great way toward paying expenses.
The most ever taken In at a baseball
game In Walluku was $32.
The fact that the steamer will start
fiom Maalaea bay for Honolulu at
U o'clock on the night of the 12th will
undoubtedly mean that pome of the
fellows will be left behind for there
will be a certain amount of celebrating
that will last past 11 o'clock,
Dr. Koch guaranteed to stamp out
malaria In Dar-es-Salaam (German
Kast Africa) in five years by means of
a special sjstem, which rests on the
assumption that the germs are carried
by mosquitoes. The results have been
so successful, writes the British Con
sul, that by the end of 1903 malaria
will have entirely disappeared from
John D. Long Is a triple cx-ex-Con-gressman,
ex-Governor, and ex-Secretary
of the Navy. Tufts College has
just conferred upon him a title which
will stick that of Doctor of Laws.
IMPERIAL CIGAR STORE
FOUND WHILE DIGGING
FOR A FOUNDATION
CAPTAIN JANE8 D0E8 NOT FEAR
.BUILDING HI8 HOUSE ON A
GRAVE NO OTHER BONES
ARE TO BE FOUND,
When Captain Janes, also known as
"Stlckccn" starts In doing anything
something out of tho ordinary Is al
ways bound to happen. At present,
the mariner of many adventures Is
working on his new fishing boat while
on the front of the lot on Queen street
where ho Is building it, W. Woltcrs is
having a house built for Mm.
Yesterday, when tbo men wcro at
work on excavating tho capacious wine
cellar of this house, one of them struck
a hard object with his spade. He pick
ed It up and found it to bo a human
The Jaw, which Is completely black
ened with age, Is a very large and
strong one, and seems to have belong
ed to some very powerfully built man
It still contains a number of teeth, all
of which aro In perfect condition.
The state of the Jaw would seem to
Indicate that It has been lying in the
ground for a very long time, but how
it got there Is a mystery, especially as
no other parts of tho skeleton were
I Captain Janes Is not superstitious,
however, and will proceed cheerfully
to finish tho house, whether It is built
on a giavo or not. '
I Tho house Is to bo a two-story af
fair and will be leased by the old salt
as soon ns It Is finished. Ho Intends
to use It as a boarding house, for offi
cers of merchant vessels, and as he
has friends on vessels from all parts ot
tho globe he la sure to do a running
Tho house will also have a splendid
location ns it will front right on the
part of Queen ? reet which Is near tho
Klshmarkot wharf. This part of tho
street haB Just been macadamized ant
Is now a really fine pty:e of road.
Captain Janes' new fishing schooner
Is now almost completed anil is oxpect
.cd to bo launched on Annexation Day.
jSlnco he started building this boat, tho
Captain has constantly Improved on
bis original idea.
I "I started to build a boat and I end
by having a blooming ship on my
bands," said tho builder this morning.
Tho boat is very commodiously built
and can easily hold a dozen persons.
Thero aro sleeping accommodations
for nbout half that number, so that a
party could go out and havo a cruise
of several days In her. Captain Janes
expects to use her principally for tak
ing out fishing parties, but In dull
times ho will go out himself and catch
the scaly monsters of tho deep on a
largo scalo for tho market.
The first of tho Republican primary
election returns from Kau camo by
the Mauna Lou this morning. In thn
Sixth Precinct of tho Second District,
J. Kauhane, a former Senator under
tho Republic, was chosen for the Terri
torial Convention, while the following
were named for tho District Commit
'tee: J. L. K. Kawaha of Walohlnu,
,W. II. Lalnaholo of Pahala and M. Mo
olau of Walohlnu.
I For some reason or other, the Sixth
and Seventh Precincts have combined
'as only one precinct club haB been re
ported from Kau. The Sixth Is entitled
.to ono man to the Territorial Conven
tion and three to the District Commit
tee, while the Seventh la entitled td
one man for the Territorial Convention
and two to the District Committee.
Trom tho reports that come from tho
Ihlrd and Fourth Precincts (Kona) of
the Second District, It would seem as
if there was also a combination there.
Tbe Third Is entitled to one man to the
Territorial Convention and three to
tho District Committee, while the
Fourth 1b entitled to two to tho Terri
torial Convention and six to the Dis
Harlan P. Hall of St. Paul, nestor of
tho Minneapolis press, has announced
himself as a candidate for Governor of
Minnesota on the Democratic ticket.
Mr. Hall started five newspapers at
St. Paul, four of which survive and aro
prosperous. Personally he Is exceed
Ill FROM KAU
Maui Primaries Peaceful
AND DELEOATIOINS COMPLETE
With Exception of Lahaina
neiult of Republican primary elections for delegates to tho District and
hold at the various precincts In the Third Representative Electoral District
August 2, l?oz, from 2 p. m. to 8 p. m
Precinct. Territorial Convention.
1. Kalaupapa. r " No returns.
2. Pukoo. I - J. Haiku Mahoe
3. Lahaina ' ' Elections declared void.
4. Lanal. ' i No returns.
5. Ilonokohau. R. C. Searle
C. Walluku ' A. N. Kepolkal
-, , Jas N. K. Kcola
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7. Kahulul ' ' T. M. Church ' ""
8 Honuaula t j J. H. Raymond
9. Makawao ' ' Edgar Morton
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10. Hamakuapoko II. A. Baldwin
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11. Ktpahulu Lul Papallmu
12. Hana W. P. Hala
Walluku, Aug 4 Some tlmo this
week, P. U. Kahokuoluna, a prominent
attorney of I.ahalna and a member of
the executive committee of tho newly
organized Republican club of that pie
clnct, by vlrtuo of the power vestPd In
him by his ofllce, felt that ho had the
undisputed authority to call a moi-llng
ot tho Lahaina club for the purpose of
nominating and electing delegates to
the Territorial and District conven
Ills position was strengthened as he
believed by the fact that the resident
district magistrate, D. Kahaulello, was
a Home Ruler at heart, for D. II. Ka
Robert William Holt's
After Forty Years
A most remarkable will case has Just
been instituted, being nothing less than
to break a will admitted to probate
in the Supreme Court forty years ago.
It 1b the last will and tistament ot
Robert William Holt, who died In Ho
nolulu on July 6, 18G2, and whoso will
was presented for probate four days
later. The deceased left surviving him
three sons James II. Holt nnd John D.
Holt now living and Owen J. Holt the
elder now deceased and a daughter
named Elizabeth, then the wife of
William A. Aldrlch, both of whom have
elnce deceased, as well as a widow,
Wall Holt, since deceased.
Tho petitioners for revocation of tho
will are: James R. Holt, John D. Holt,
John D. Holt Jr., James L. Holt and
John F, Colburn, whoso respective
rights as suitors are set forth In tbo
William A. Aldrlch, son-in-law of the
testator, was appointed executor of the
will, after whom came, divers persons
acting as administrators or trustees,
the present trustee being Henry Smith
who succeeded Bruce Cartwrlght. The
trust at present comprises land on this
Island ot a valuo exceeding J 10,000 ami
personal property of the value ot about
The reasons assigned for having the
will revoked are as follows, condensing
the phraseology of the petition:
That at and for a long time prior to
the dates when the alleged last will
and codicil thereto were executed, viz ,
the 29th and 30th day of May, 1802,
said Robert William Holt was of utter
ly unsound mind, and that he had then
become and was, as a result ot ago and
dissipation, a mental wreck.utterly un
able and unfit to attend to or discharge
ordinary or other matters of business,
and that he was not then, or at or upon
any or cither of said dates, possessed
of sound or disposing mind, or ot a
sound or ot a disposing memory; and
that he was not at such times In a fit
or proper or competent frame of mind
or ot memory to enablo or to fit him
to make or to publish a will or testa
ment, or to comprehend or understand
the terms ot any written document.
That the said document or documents
were not when signed or presented or
admitted to probate In law or In fact
tho laBt will and testament of said
Robert William Holt, but was and
were nnd Is and are false and fabricat
ed Instruments which wero Imposed
upon said Robert William Holt by de
signing persons whllo ho was In a con
ditio:! of meutal Incapiclly to make
W. P. Pogue
haulcllo, his stepson, laid his defeat nt
the polls last election to this fact alone.
So In order that no Homo Rulo sympa
thizers should be present at tho meet
ing, Mr. Kahokuoluna, the solf consti
tuted Republican leader of Ijilialm,
managed to get a dozen or more voter
together, and then showed them how
politics are run at that end of the Isl
and. Ho nominated and declared elected
"Grecnlcat" Kcawchaku, a shining
light In tho legal arena, as delegate to
the Territorial convention, whllo P.I
II. Pall and his august self wcro voted
by acclamation to represent that pre
or understand a will, nnd when nnd
whllo such condition of lncapaclt) was
well known to such designing persons,
to wit: James W. Austin, an attorney
then living and by whom said will was
drawn, and said William A. Aldrlch,'
and other persons whose Identity Is not
certainly known to the petitioners.
For proof the Incapacity of the tes
tator, tho petition states that on tho
day succeeding the dato of tho will, !
May 30, 1862, and tho day on which tho
According to the rules and regula
tions governing tho district commit
tees of the Republican party, the com
mittees of the Fourth and Fifth dis
tricts will come together on Friday
next tor organization.
From what could be learned on ths
streets today, there Is to bo quite a
contest for the otuces ot the commit
tee, canvassing already going on In
It might also be said that there will
be a big fight for tho chairmanship ot
the Territorial Convention. Georgo R.
Carter Is out after this place and Is put
ting up a hot contest to get there. It
might bo mentioned that thero are
others also in the field Tho names of
Representative A. G. M. Robertson,
Senator C. I Crabbe, Curtis P. Iau
kea, J, L. Kaulukou and others have
The Central committee Is another
matter over which there is sure to be
a sharp contest for the bright outlook
for the Republican party at the present
time makes membership in that body
worth tho whllo
Tho following are booked to leave
for Maui In this afternoon's steamer'
C. W. Baldwin, Judge A. N. Kepolkal,
J, Leonard, Mrs D. Haughs, Judge I..
A. Dickey, Mrs, D. H. Davis, Miss Lucy
Adams, W. G. Scott, Mrs. W. A. Urjan,
F. G. Corrca, It. Dallentlne, J. W, Wal
Uron and D. L. Van Dine.
Prlnco Jonah Kalunlanaole will leave
In the Mauna Loa tor Walluku on FrI
day and will be there for the races next
week. During his stay ho will work in
the Interests of the I lul Kuokoa, From
Maul tho prlnco will probably go to
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Territorial conventions, respectively,
(Maul, Molokal and Lanal) on Saturda),
..!,. M l.
1). H.( Kahaulello
R. C. Searle
A. N. Kepolkal
J, Klnl Kaaa
J. Pall Syha
S. E. Kalelkau
J. K. Kahookele
H. P. Baldwin
J. II. Ravmond
D. C. Lindsay
W. O. Aiken
S. T. Kalapi
Jno. Kaluna .
J. P. Inalna
J. K. loscpa
W. F. Poguo
cinct at the Walluku convention to be
held next Saturday the 9th Inst,
When Mr McCann heard of tho
strange proceedings of the cnbal Instl
tutcd b) Mr Kahokuoluna, ho bent all
his energies to destroy and annihilate
all tint has been dono by Mr. Kaho
kuoluna, the premier politician of tho
Breadfruit Town. Ho has protested to
the Central cummlttce at Honolulu and
also to the District committee at Wal
luku, and his petition has been partly
heard. It may result In a new election
when "Greenleaf" Kcawehaku will be
forced to take a back seat ard tbo
others mav share a similar fate,
codicil was executed, there was prt
scnted to tho Supremo Court by Jas.
W. Austin, acting or pretending to act
In tho namu ot Robert William Holt,
a petition purporting to be- tho petition
of said Robert William Holt, wherein
said Robert William Holt purported to
altego that ho was. from ago and other
infirmities, then (to wit: on tho dato
of the alleged execution by him ot
said alleged codicil to said alleged
will) unablo to attend to his business,
and that he was then totally Incapable
ot managing his own affairs and busi
ness, and that on account ot his Infirm
ities and Inability to attend to his bus
iness his family might suffer.
That, on tho samo day the last nam
ed petition was presented to It, the Su
preme Court adjudged the said Robert
William Holt an Incompetent, and
placed Ulm under the guardianship ot
bis said son In law, William A. Aldrlch.
That said Incompetency and guardian
ship ot said Robert William Holt con
tinued thence to tho Cth day of July,
18G2, on which dato said Robert Wil
liam Holt died.
The petitioners allege, that they be
lieve that no other will ot Robert Wil
liam Holt than tho ono attached was
ever executed, and that the said Rob
ert William Holt died Intestate. Their
prayers summarized aro as follows:
That the ordor of the Supremo Court
on July 2C, 18G2, admitting tbo will to
probato, may bo rovoked, annulled and
That the order appointing William
A. Aldrlch na roxcutor may be revok
eil, annulled and cancelled.
That tho subsequent orders appoint
ing In succession James W. Austin,
llonry Thompson, James W. Austin, A.
Francis Judd, A. J. Cartwrlght and
Bruce Cart,- right, ns administrators or
trustees, may be severally revoked, an
nulled anil cancelled.
That tho order of tho Circuit Court
on Juno 4, 1900, appointing Henry
Smith as trustco bo revoked, annulled
That said Robert William Holt bo
declared and decreed to havo died In
testate and thnt on administrator of'
his estate ho appointed.
That Carlos A Long or some other
suitable person, acceptable to petition
org, bo appointed ns administrator.
That the usual orders for publication
bo made, and tho parties Interested "be
cited to appear.
C W Ashford and I'.lln A. C. Long
aro attornc) s for petitioners.
U1UT WIS 11 piHiW
EQUITY SUIT TO COMPEL
SALE SUMMER PROPERTY
DECI8ION TOMORROW ON PRO
TESTED FEES FOR THE FIRE
CLAIMS COMMISSION CER
TIFICATES OF AWARD.
An action for specific performance
has been brought by the Oahu Rallnav
& Land Co. against the Bishop ot Pan
opolls, trustee, and John K, Sumner,
It Is to compel the exercise of an option
given to D. F Dillingham and Mark P.
Robinson for tho purchase of Sumner
Island and adjacent reef land. In Ho
nolulu harbor at the price of 1100000
Thero Is a lease of tho property to the
plaintiffs, which was assigned to tho
Oahu Railway & Land Co, and the
option was embodied In this lease.
Sumner Is In Tahiti and Bishop Gustan
holds his property In trust. The Sum
ner heirs are fighting the case on the
grounds that Sumner granted the right
ot purchase under a misapprehension
of tho property's real value.
On the 2Cth ot July last the O. It &
L Co. tendered the Bishop $100,000 In
gold as the purchase price agreed on,
together with a deed for him to exe
cute, but he refused to carry out the
proposed transaction. The pravor of
the complaint Is that the defendants
be compelled to deliver a deed of the
property to the plaintiff upon payment
of the price.
Wo Sing & Co. are suing the Oceanic
Steamship Co for II71.G0, the alleged
value of n missing box ot merchandise.
In the matter ot protested fees for
fire claims awards the further hearing
before Judge Gear jesterday afternoon
developed no chango of attitude on the
part of eltlur the Attornc) General,
the protesting counsel or the court. Mr
Magoon joined Mr Peters In denying
the legality of the fees. Judge Gear
promised a decision Wednesday morn
ing In the course ot the argument the
court expressed tho opinion that a pub
lic omeer collecting fees for services
not required of htm by law, though
performed In his office hours, had n
right to put the money In his own
Samuel Kanakanul nnd F. J. Amwcg
were excused from the grand Jury.
ill LOA IMS
The steamer Mauna Loa on her ro
cent trip to Hawaii used tho now wharf
at Ko Au Hou Kona, for tho first time.
This wharf has Just been completed
and J Morse, who constructed It, ro
turns to Honolulu as a paBBenger In
the Mailna Loa Purser Slmcrson
states that the wharf an extremely
satisfactory one, tho loading and dis
charging at that port being greatly fa
cilitated by It.
The wharf Itself Is fifty feet long and
Is covered with a shed tho end ot
which goes a llttlo up on tho shore.
Tho length of tho shed Is 57 feet. Tho
roof which covers this shed projects
out over tho water on both sides ot
tho wharf, so that boats working at tho
landing aro protected from rain.
Last Saturday tho completion ot the
wharf was celebrated In a big luau. A
toothsome pig was provided by Deputy
Sheriff Nahalo, which was Indulged In
by both tho builders of the wharf and
many ot tho residents of the vicinity.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
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$4.50 to $6 00. Note our special prices below;
Ladies' Oiford Ties, Louis Heel
Special at $2,00 and $3,00
Louis Heel Slippers
Special at $1 50 and $2,00
medium and common sense heels
Special $1,50, $2,00 and $2,50
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Investigation of Public
THE MAIN BUSINESS
JUDGE GEAR REFERS TO CHARGES
OF EXTRAVAGANCE AGAINST
THE CIRCUIT JUDGES. ,
INVITES INQUIRY. ,
Judge Gear was a quarter of an hour
late in opening the Circuit Court term
session this morning. Then an hour
was consumed In discussions by the at
tome) s In two criminal cases, rather
heated In one of them at that. After
tho disposal of some cases as reported
elsewhere. Judge Gear delivered hU
charge to the Grand Jury
The charge consisted mainly of for
mal Instructions to tho gram Juror
ns to their mode of procedure, their
privileges and the requirement of strict
secrecy They were further Informed
that It was their right to investigato
any matter of n public nature which
might be brought to their attention or
occur to nn) of them
The court knew ot no special object
of Inquiry. They were nt liberty to
Investigate any public Institution, but
as such Investigations had been held
b other grand Juries there was no
present necessity for another ono
known to tho court. The recommenda
tions of former grand juries were on
file nnd probably some of them had not
been carried out, still the condition
existed of a scarcity of funds which
made It advisable to keep the expense!
down. It had been charged that tha
lack of money was brought on by tho
extravagame of the Circuit Judges, tho
court smilingly observed, and ths
Grand Jury It they choso might In
vestigate that matter.
However, the most crying demand
on their services was the disposition
of the criminal cases. Many persona
were held In Jail awaiting the examina
tion of the Grand Jury.
Mr. Klucgel was appointed foreman
and they would elect a clerk from
among themselves. Their hours would
be from 10 to 12 and 2 to 4, but they
were not prevented from keeping long
er hours. Nigel Jackson was appointed
bailiff to tho Grand Jury.
m ii h
Wcday and Kamlnsky have como to
terms nnd will gtvo tho public an ex
hibition of sparring at tho Orphcuiu
on the night ot the 16th Inst Tho con
test will be for points and will un
doubtedly bo well worth seeing, both
men being very clover with their flsti.
Tho match has been brought about
by means of the purported boasts ot
Weday that bo could easily best Ka
mlnsky. The soldier got tired of tho
boasts and called Weday to time, offer
ing to box at any tlmo or place, tbo
quicker tho better. Under tho circum
stances, Weday could hardly refuso tg
The arrangements for tho sparring
contest ore being made by Manager J.
C. Cohen of the Orphoum, who is now
looking around trying to secure men
to go In the preliminaries. It Is un
derstood that several Interesting feat
ures will be provided.
Dr. L. C. Warner of New York, In
named as the new president of Oberlln
College. He has already given more
than 1200.000 to tho Institution.
Only a small lino We havo
nearly all sizes If ours la
here It Is a great chanco to
buy ties or slippers much less)
than half their value, Thoy
were made by the best factor
ies and are latest styles, but
aro odds and ends, and not a
complete line. That won't af
fect )ou, however, as you want
only one size. All good valuo