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I'lilDAY Al'CHJST 8, 1902.
tVTAND UY TUB LDADHK8.
Newly elected members of the DM
trlct committees hae dune their work
with neatness and dispatch aud party
men hac no occasion to wrangle over
the final action of the majority. Tlio
work of the 1'ourtli District tan tin
put down as thorouglilj satisfactory In
eery detail and the onl) rouiic of re
gret In the Fifth DlstrUt Is Hie Inabili
ty to luimoulze the tigorotis elements
of contention which from picsvnt Indi
cations thieatcn to alienate a tl.isa nf
oters that will be nccdid In the llnul
It Is to he hoped, honetcr, that the
sound paity doctrine of accepting tlio
erdlit of a majority ballot will provj
the sensible balm to linteer wounds
may hac been caused by sharp person
al dlffeiencrs In the concntlon and out
of It. The best test of party loyalty Is
the proof of ability to be a good loser
as well aa n good fighter. The strong
loyalty tocandldatcs within the party
should be one)ed to whatever party
leaders may be selected. Cooke Is u
leader In whose good Judgment aud
capacity party men hae full coiill
dence and Achl has fen supeiiors lu his
The conflict In the Fifth should bo
put aside as past. The lesult lu No-
ember Is the goal towards which
cery committeeman should tenter
his efforts. Unity will carry the day.
There Is no time fot acrimonious de
bate oer what Is settled. These fa
mil) wars can he made an element ot
new Mtength by patty workers demon
strating that the) uic ruled by honest,
common sense ruothes.
DR. ADAMS DEAD.
ltedlands. Jul) 27. Dr iiarles Ken
dall Adams, former president of tho
UnUerslty of Wisconsin died at ti
o'clock this evening at his residence
in this city. Or. Adams came here De
cember 1, )!'01, for the benefit of his
health. On coming to ltedlands, L)r
Adams' health Improved sorc,!what up
to the first of this month. He became)
mor" excited while attending to the de
tails of a new house he was com plot
Ing. He had a severe attack of sick
ness, but recovered sufficiently to be
lemoved to his new residence. Since
then he has been quite feeble, going
out only a few times. The end came
quietly and peacefully, with apparent
ly very little pain, ills wife and neph
ew, G. C. Shcdd of Colorado Springs,
Col., and his nurses were with him,
Rome, July 29. Cardinal Gottl, Pre
fect of the Sacred' Congregation ol
Ilishops and Regulars nnd Regular
discipline, was today appointed Pie
feet of the Propaganda, to succeed tho
late Cardinal I.edochowukl. Cardinal
Agllardi was appointed Prefect of the
Economy of the Congregation uf the
Propaganda in place of Cardinal Yin
tente Vannutelll. Cardinal Vannutelll
will leplace Cardial Gottl as Prefect
of the Sacred Congregation of Ulshops
The appointment of Cardinal Gottl
tu succeed the late Cardinal Lcdo
cbueuskl in th emost Important post In
the gift of the Pope Is universally re
garded as Indicating the Pontiff's per
sonal wishes as to the personality nt
his successor. Cardinal Gottl has long
been, considered the most llkel) of the
Cardinals for the succession to the
JUDGE PATERSON DEAD.
San Francisco, July 29. Vnn U. Pat
erson, former Associate Justice of tho
Supreme Court of California, and for
more than twenty years prominent In
the legal affairs of the State, died at
his home, 1020 Octavla street, on Sun
day, Ilia death was caused by liver
complaint, and, while he had been suf
fering for six months, his demlso was
entirely unexpected by his friends and
hut little anticipated by Mb family,
the funeral will bo held at 10 o'clock
this morning at tho Odd Fellows' Ccsi
etcry, where tho body will be cremat
ed. It Is tho wish of Mrs. Patcrson that
the burial be absolutely private.
IS CHAMBERLAIN'S SON.
London. July 28. J. Austen Cham
berlain, Financial Secretary to tho
Trcasuty, will. It is announced, suc
ceed Geiald Ilalfour as pisldent of
the Hoard of Trade.
Joseph Austen Chamberlain Is tho
eldest son of Joseph Chamberlain and
strikingly like him in appearance. Ho
was born in 1863 and educated at Hug
by, Cambridge, in Paris and In Berlin.
Mr. Chamberlain entered public life by
acting for Bome time as private secre
tary to his father. He has been Civil
lx)rd of the Admiralty. He Is a Mem
ber of Parliament.
Ml 1 I11UANW
SCHOONER HERMAN WILL
MAKE INTERESTING TRIP
SMART LITTLE VESSEL WILL VIS
IT TAHITI, AUSTRALIA, MANI
LA, SAMAR, INDIA AND
MANY OTHER PLACES.
When the spick and span llttlo
schooner Herman made her appearance
in the port this forenoon but few ot
the waterfronters knew nhq she wax
and what she came for. The Herman
Is a trim little schooner of 100 tons
register. On her fore she files the pen
nant of the l'roxldcnce Yacht Club of
which her master and owner, Captain
James lit own Is n prominent member,
while the Stars and Stripes are flying
fiom the main.
The Unman Is at present on a xoy
age around the world. Her owner,
Captain Drown, is a vcternn mariner,
Some time ago he met with quite a
serious accident, which Impaired his
health to such an extent that he de
cided to take a small Jaunt around tho
world to see If a sniff of Bait air would
glc him back his health. According
ly Captain Drown with a friend, George
V. Sutton, left New York for San
Francisco where Captain Drown pur
chased the two-masted schooner Her
man, of which he Is now the sole own
The Herman was prior to this en
gaged In the scaling business and Is
an unusually staunch nnd fast craft
Captain Drown has had her fitted out
ver comfortably and Jhas put In stores
to last twelve months. She carries u
ciew of four s.illois, first irate, second
mate, cabin bo) nnd a took. Dr. Geo.
J. Lewis, l).ils llolman, John Chetwcll
nnd Frank Sharratt, all of San Fran
rlsco, and Mr. Sutton of New Yojk are
taking the trip as passengers.
The Herman left San Frnnclsco tin
July 20 and fltst set n course for Port
land It being Captain lliown's Intention
to tall at that poit. Finding the wind
unfavorable, however, he decided to gi
to Honolulu Instead, so he changed his
couuc and after a ery pleasant vo)
age the Herman came Into this port
It Is the Intention ot Captain Drown
lu nuke a tour around the woild In the
Herman but the Itinerary has not been
definitely decided upon as It depends n
great deal upon the wind and weather
experienced. It Is, however. Captain
Drown' plan to go from here to Tahiti
fiom which place he will go on to Aus
tralia. 1'iom there the Herman will
go tu Manila, Samur and various other
points of Intel est in that vicinity. In
dla will next be visited and then flanl
ly after louudlng the Cape of Good
Hope the schooner will go either tn
luiope or straight on tu America.
The Herman Is at picscnt I) Ing tit tho
tlshmurket wharf. She will probably
remain In this port until Saturday next.
It was not originally Captain Brown's
Intention to call at this port but on
finding that be needed some moie bal
last he (ailed In here to get It.
The night rtovercned It. B. Ilesta
rlck, the consecrated lllshop of Hono
lulu for the Atncrlcnn Episcopal
Church, arrived with Mis. Kestarlck,
family and party In tho steamer Peru
this morning. The lllshop has three
chlldrrn Constance, Arthur nnd Mar
garet, the eldest being a joung lady of
Hi or IT years. They ate Btajlng ut the
Hawaiian hotel. Accompanying Bish
op Hcstatkk aie the following named:
Mr. and .Mrs. F. V. Fyler. .Mr. Fylor
was for ten years clerk of St. Paul'ft
Priory, San Diego, and latterly has
been lllshop Ilestailck's secretary. Be
ing a southern-born man he was eager
to accompany the Bishop here, nnd
from his experience of a few- hours Is
glad he came.
Deaconess 11 rant has conn lu engage
In the church work appertaining to
that office. She is staying at Haalelea
Mrs. L. F. Fulsom. Miss Charlotte
Tuggait and Miss Kc)n Wile are
church workers, who take positions in
St. Andrew's Priory forthwith.
The Rev. Arthur Evans, rector of the
Church ot the Ascension, Los Angeles,
comes with Mrs, Evans to remain about
Tho Itev. C. C. Hennlon and wife of
Francisco were fellow xoyugeis hut not
of the Bishop's party.
Bishop Kestarlck said to a Bulletin
icporter this afternoon that he liked
the air of Honolulu, but had not seen
much of the city ns jet. Although San
Diego was waim, one could not sit out
upon erandas as here. There was a
chill In the ocean breeze there which
was here absent,
In company with the clergy who bad
called on him early, he had visited St,
Andrew's Cathedral. Asked If ho had
formed any deflnlto plans of church
extension, Bishop Kestarlck answered
In the negative. He could not do so
properly until he sized up the field.
Ho had met Secretary Cooper, an old
friend whom he had married, and somo
of whose children he had baptized, nt
the Occidental hotel, San Francisco,
and had several convolutions with
As the reporter took his leave, the
Bishop expressed a hope of maintain
Ing cordial relations with tho press ot
Honolulu. If he could furnish the pa
pers with church news at any time ha
would be most happy to do so, ana tlie
publication of such would be an aid to
the work of the church.
Insane because a white woman had
refused'to marry him, Evans Brady, a
full blooded Indian, died in Bellevue
hospital, New York, recently.
Two hundred and fifty notice hoards
llu HONOLULU I
are to he erected In the streets of , New Jersey, Known In Democratic clr
Edlnburgb, requesting citizens not to'cles, as "the famous orator of Cedar
spit on the pavement. Brook."
WILL NOT ROB THEM
OF THEIR TRADITIONS
MAKES STRONG SPEECH IN THE
HOU8E OF COMMONS NO UN
DERMINING AS THE RE
SULTS OF THE WAR.
London, July 29. Chamberlain's ap
pearance In the House of Commons to
day was marked by a speech whtcn
won the applause ot even such oppo
nents as Henry Lnbouchcrc. Cham
bcilaln dealt compreh.'.slvcly with
the past and future of South Africa.
"Wo hno no Intention," he declar
ed, "that tho Boers should be robbed
of their old traditions. We desire that
they should reserve all tho best char
acteristics of their race, and hope they
will shake hands with us, thus secur
ing prosperity In South Africa under
tlie flag which protects different races
and different religions."
That sentiment was tho keynote of
the speech. Dealing with tho Afrikan
der question, Chnmberlatn said he be
lieved every Inducement to labor
should bo held uut to the blacks, but
no compulsory labor wufnld receive the
slightest Government support. There
was no Intcntioil of packing the coun
try with Britishers, hut so much
Transvaal land was lying Idle that tho
colonies could only be maj a great
coin-producing factor by taking In
Sir Campbell Banncrman asked for
information of the colonial conference
Ho expressed the hope that lenient
treatment would bo extended to tho
Boers in South Africa. Chamberlain
replied that the one spirit animating
the members of the conference was tho
desire to diavv closer together the con
stlluent parts of tlie empire, aud ho
thought It safe to say that the confer
ence had made linporant progress to.
ward permanent union to which ho
himself looked forward. Tho Govern
ment, however, reserved to Itself thq
Important right In the new colonies to
refuse to allow tho return or to keep
watch over persons who showed them
selves Inimical to good order aud
"We are not going to anow the re
sult of the war to be undermined,"
said Chamberlain, "by Intrigues car
lied on by nominally constitutional
Regarding the futuro status ot
South Africa, the Colonial Secretary
paid tho Impei lal Government had es
tablished a crown colony In tho strict
est sense. Tho next step would be to
add a nominated official clement
Thereafter thcio would be an electvil
official element, and then nothing but
circumstances and tlmo would separ
ate tho new colonics from full self
government, tlie ultimate goal of their
Chamberlain's speech evoked crltl
clam uf the financial features of the
policy outlined for South Africa from
Sir William Yernon Ilarcourt, James
llrycc and others. Drico said he
hoped the national scouts would not
ube used as police, but Chamberlain
said he could not sec why they should
not be so employed , as they would
make admirable civil guards. Chain
berlalu also said lie hoped the royai
Judicial commission going out to
South Africa would exercise the King's
ilcmency, in lew of tho large number
of sentences Imposed during the wur
San Fianclsco, July 31. Henry K
Cooper, I'criltorlal Secretary of Ha
waii, was among the passengers who
landed tront the steamer Alameda yes
tciday. He Is accompanied by his son.
Alfred D. Cooper, who will enter, tlio
Stnto University, Sccictary Cooper ox
pects to remain not more than a week
and will then return to Honolulu. At
picscnt he Is a guest at the Occidental
Ho had little of an Interesting nature
to Impatt concerning Hawaiian affairs
"In spite of tho low price of sugar,"
he said, ''business conditions In the
Islands aie generally prosperous and
satisfactory and wo aie looking for
wuid to even greater piospeilty In the
early futuie. The low price of sugar
has pi evented some of the sugar com
panics fiom paying the big dividends
they have been In the habit of pa) Ing,
but this fact lias not appreciably af
fected the general prospeilty. Tho ono
thing that mu prises me Is that our Tci
rttorlal bonds aie being quoted at lem
thun par. Theie has never been a Ha
waiian coupon bond of nny character
that failed of redemption, nnd tnese
Territorial bonds, guaranteed ns they
aro by all the revenues of the Islands,
ought to be classed as gllt-cdge securi
ties. Considering tho general prospcrl
ity of the Islands I am at a lass to
undei stand why they have fallen be
Former Queen Lllluokala.nl returned
to the Islands shortly before the de
parture of tho Alameda, elated at tlie
adoption of the Senate resolution which
dliects a committee of that body to
inquire Into her claim to the crown
lands of Hawaii. Secretary Coopei.
however, declares that the ex-Queen
will never bo able to realize anything
on her claim.
"Lllluokalanl hns no Inteicst In tho
crown lands," he said. "Thut qucstjon
was settled long ago. The crown lands
were an appurtenance of the monarchy
and became an appurtenance of the te
public when that Government succeed-
ecl tho monarchy. With the nnnexa-
tlon of tho Islands to the United States
thpy became an appurtenance of the
Government of the United 8tates, The
ci own-land question Is a dead Issue."
William Jennings Bryan will go
East next month to spend a few dais
with hta friend, James E. Martlne of
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Expose of the Great Mind Reading
Feats and the Blind Drive
Description of Buckingham Palace,
Opium Cache on Maul-Continued
New York, July 28. flaienco 11.
Muikay has retired fiom the turf, lid
cabled his trainer, Chatles F Mill, to
day ordering him to sell at once his
entile stable, with the exception of
two mares, Trigger and Knmara, which
will he rcsened for breeding purposes,
The remainder ot his "string" is to tin
held fir pilvnte salo for ten days, unu
then those not disposed of will be auc
tioned off ut public sale.
.Muikay hud muny engagements at
Saiatoga for his large stable, and when
he announced that he would Btiatch
all entries It came as a disappointment
to tho Raiatogj Jockey Club. Mexican
wus to ho MacKay's mainstay In tho
gieut Futurity, whlih this year will ho
worth nearly $70,000.
The death of Mackay's father and tho
big business responsibilities deioUIng
on tho son huve caused him to retlia
from the turf.
One of the largest tobacco gmwers
In Kentucky, Edwaid I). Jones of
Clulstlan county, was left stranded
after the Rebellion, returning there
from utteily wrecked In finances anct
spirit. Ho now owns 1000 acres and
Is rich. Ills mother was a sister of tho
great Confederate leader, General Johu
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
Explorer De Windt's Story of His
The King and Queen In Coronation
The Prince ef Slam, Who Is coming
DE II IS f N
Cape Town, July 28. General Do
Wet proM'd that he could eado friends
as successfully as he did enemies, by
auUlug heie unexpectedly this after
noon and upsetting all the elaborate
I prepaiatlons piepared for his rcccp-
tlon. lie strolled through the streets,
icusually nodding to acquaintances and
l occasionally tn a former opponent. Ar
rangements were quickly made by Af
likanders to entertain tho famous
leader tonight nt a semi-private din
ner, tickets to which already stand at
llo guineas ((2C25) piemium.
I A st i IMug coutrast to Do Wet's ro
tin u was the bt'ciio Sunday when (leiv
oral Botha unci General Dclarey at
tended church, 'the building was
packed mainly by women, and tho
soivke was scauely concluded when
'these Capo Town admirers stormed
tho pew In which the Generals sat,
Willi difficulty they retreated to, tho
jvestiy. The congregation followed,
and Geneial8 llotha and Dularey woio
lifted to tho obtry table. The pastor
of the chutili warmly remonstrated,
whereupon a number of thoso present
seized the Generals and carried them
to canlages, where another demonstra
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