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"TO BE OR HOT 70 BE" J
resolves Itself to tin- business man
luto. "When and how tu ailvor- -f
tlse." The "when" I easily an '2
fcwered by saying. "All the time." f
F. I. WHITNEY, J
G. P. i. T. A., Great Northern Railroad.
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PAGES HONOLULU, TBlUUTOltY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, AUGUST Mi, 190212 PAGES
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District Committee Is
Organized for the
PLANK FOR CODNTY AND
REORGANIZATION OF TAXES ASK
ED CITIZENS ON PUBLIC
WORK MORE MONEY .FOR
Itlto. Aug. 15. The Republican dele
gates from the various preclnctH In the
First Representative Dlstilct met In
convention hint Friday lu Hllo nud
tiansacled Impoitant business. Alter
disposing of numerous pietlmlnary
matters it wus decided to make no
legislative nominations until utter the
Territorial Convention, September 1.
The convention met at 11 o'clock a.
in. and formed a temporary organiza
tion, electing W. C. Cook of l'apalkou,
clialrmun and W. 8. McLean or Hllo,
secictnry. After passing ou the cre
dentials HI candidates, the following
permanent officers weie unanimously
eleited P. t'eck, chairman; J. K. Clay,
vice piesident; secertnry, W. S. Mc
Lean; treasurer, J. Vlerru. The execu
tive lommlttee consists of J. I). Lewis,
K. W. Bernard, W. Kaumanu. W. C.
Cook. J. K. Dillon. A. Lldgnte, M. V.
Holmes and J. G. Jones.
The convention adjourned at which
hour the platform committee was ready
with Its report which was as follows:
Platform adopted by DUtrltt Commit
tee of the Klrat Representative
District of Hawaii.
The Republican party of First Dis
trict ol Hawaii. In convention assembl
ed, urge all good citizens to unite with
the Republican paity and support the
following Declaration of Principles and
We heartily rc-afflrm the principles
of the Republican party.
We request more speedy Improve
ments of our harbors, wharfage and
landing faclvlltles thioughout this Ter
We should give our attention not
only to the diversified Industries, but
as well to the workshop and the factory
that they may be established, glow and
prosper a iscwhcie under the Amorl
We favor the employment on all pub
lic woiks of only ipmlllled voters and
citizens of the Teirltoiy.
We ii'commend continued liberal ap
piopilatlons for the maintenance and
(omloit of our unfoitunnte fellow citi
zens at Kalaupapa. Molokal.
We tavoi the establishment of couuty
and municipal government us soon us
We opptw all li ii(s and monopolies
and all tomblnatlous tending tu con
liol supplies mill pi lies.
We approve the use of the Hawaiian
language In legislative debates.
We recognize tlio necessity of re
forming our system of luxation and to
this end favor careful consldeiatlon of
(he whole subject with u view to ad
justing the public burden so that It
shall be kat felt by the poor.
Relying upon the wisdom and sup
poit of the voters of the Teirltoiy o
Hawaii. mo.e especially to our Hawa
iian fellow citizens and the guidance
of Divine Providence, we shall earn
estly stilve to carry out the foiegolng
declarations and to do wnatever elsn
may be necessaiy to perpctuute upon
our soil a government of the people, by
the people ami for the people.
W. G, WALKi:il,
J. P. CLAY.
JASIKS D. LKWIS,
.1. K. DILLON,
GKO. H. WILLIAMS.
Tlif manor of making nominations
foi the House and Senate was discuss
ed mid finally defence! untl a meeting
In September to be called by the chair-,
man. The plate of holding the DIs
tikt Convention was sharply debated
will the vote showed almost an even
bieuk ft"iwcen Hllo and Laitpahoehott
with a narrow maiglu for Hllo.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
IMPERIAL CIGAR STORE
A. W. MITCHELL JUMPS
IN SEA AND DROWNS
EYE WITNESS DESCRIBES AFFAIR.
OFFICERS DID ALL IN THEIR
POWER TO SAVE hIM
On the trip of the steamship Coptic
fiom Sun Frnnclsto to this port a
tragedy occurred which cist a shadow
on the otherwise pleasant trip. An
eve witness describes the Incident of
the tragedy mentioned In yesterday's
paper, as follows:
"On August 13 at about 9 a. m., white
most of the passengers were below at
breakfast, a cabin passenger, A. Wi
Mitchell, of Cadillac, Mich., cither
Jumped or fell overboard and was
rapidly dropped astern, the vessel at
the time going nearly sixteen miles an
A lady was looking over the rail
near him but was so trunslixed with
the horror of the situation, that she
could give no alarm, The officer on the
bridge could not see or hear anything
of Mm nccldint because the roof of the
promenade deck obscured his view. An
American naval olllcer, a passenger fur
China, happened to hear that there was
something wrong and Instantly ran
aft. On seeing what had happened, he
Immediately threw a life buoy over
board and gave the alarm by rhouting
"man overboard." He was Just pre
paring to Jump Into the sea to the res
cue of his unfoituiiato fellow passenger
when hu was compelled to desist and
forcibly restrain an excited passenger
who was also trying to get 'aver the
rail to the rescue.
It was fortunate tlut he was v In
terrupted or there surely would have
been one and probably two additional
deaths to record.
In the meantime the vessel was be
Ing rapidly brought around and Cap
tain Rlnder, who had taken charge of
the ship, had a boat towered which.
after thorough search, picked up the
buoy but was, unable to find the body.
Mr. Mitchell was a wealthy man tra
veling around the world with a. doctor
and nn attendant. It is not known
how be got away from them and Jump
ed over the rail.
The doctor and the attendant who
accompanied Mr. Mitchell will return
to California wheie his wife and dill
dren wilt be Informed of their great
loss. In which they have the sympathy
of the passengers on the Coptic and of
Captain Rlnder nnd his crew, who did
all In their power to rescue the mi-
foi lunate passenger.
A gang of Rapid Transit Co. men Is
busy today putting In the section o
tiack at the crossing of King nnd Fort
streets necessary to connect the pies
cut line ending at li O. Hall's stoie
with the extension out King street to
Kiipalama. This will probably not bo
completed until Monday next.
Mitnagei Hiillontj tie said this foie
noon that he hoped to have cats lim
ning right through fiom tho McCully
ttacl terminus to tho one In Kapalama
by the end of next week. However,
tills could not be given as a positive
assurance since a great deal of work
still remained to be done.
' In the first place, there is the cross
ing of the Trnniwnya tracks at Llllha
stieet, the King stieet bridge, the turn
out on Muunakcu und the crossings at
Nuuanti and Fort streets. The King
street bridge work Is the most difficult
The Walklkl extension of the Rapid
Transit Co. Is Just now in statu quo.
Bveiythlng depends on the time It will
take to fill In the low I) ing sections
where the tracks are to run.
SAITO GOING HOME.
Japanese Consul Mlkl Salto will
leave for his homo In Jupan lu tin
steamer of the 2Sd Inst.' .Mr. Salto will
spend a four mouths' vatatlon with h's
people, returning to his post of duty
at the end of that lime. Mr. Salto will
be tendeied a high banquet prevloes tc
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Hoaschlaeger Co., Ltd.
RAND TRANSIT MK
"BACKS WITH PROOF HIS
Hon. S. St. Damon called the Hnllo'ln
lepoitcr who wrote an Informal Inter-1
view with him the other day Into Ulst !
. ., . , ... j ,.,
office this morning and backed up his
general statements made on inai occa
sion, with Interesting facts and flgtura
lelattve to the commerce nnd Interna)
business of the Territory Mr. Damon
It will be seen, takes a most hopeful trJ. of this size, with a population of I for us to fuce. but as we have met verf
view of Hawaii's future. bare 160,000, can show such an ex- riltltal situations in the past I hav
"When you weie speaking with me ,M)lti B,lrul. tho pu.B(.t residents or 'confidence that even this will be su.--the
other day." began the financier, "I tlu Territory can make a living. If .mounted in the lutiiro
had no Idea you were going to use my J tlio.v tannot. there are people on tho "From Inquiries made of bank.-s
remarks for publication, but as you Mainland and In Ruropc who would ho and merchants It would appear, und
Bti'cd my views so fairly. I thought ga( to tako our .places and wrest n the statistics Just given would eorn'i
It best to instantiate what 1 had sal.1 'profit out of conditions wheie wu hav joiutt- It. that while profits have been
in ynti Li nn Informal way by soui"
facts and figures,
"Sir Slaeknlil' in- k ndly given m
fiuiii Unto tu time, HiatlstlcH connect "J
with the custom house which havi
been extremely helpful to me lu fore-
casting conditions In this country,
and upon the strength or which I hi e
said to people. here nnd In San Krau-
Cisco that this Territory had a fotin..a-
tlon of wealth that was not fully nppri
elated by many who look onl on the
surface of affairs.
"This substantial clement in our re-
sources, which causes a hopeful ou1.-
look for the future. Is fully Justified
by the statistics which Sir. Stackable
has prepared for the department thU,
)"'' men- iikihkh art- uiuue up iu
the first of July nnd cover the fiscal
ear ending June 30.
"In reassuring friends here and
abroad that we had a great deal In our
s ta na m a wt Pa P r Ps. Ha W
Delegates to tne lerrliorlai Lonven-
tlon from the Fifth District are talk -
Ing today or Judge Wilcox for Delegnto
to Washington and the suggestion lr.
meeting with favor on all hands. Judgo
V'llcox was seen at the noon hour tO'
day and, in answer to a question, stal
ed that lie had not thought much about
the mutter vet. He hnd been appioien -
M wra FOR
iWf o DtlWlIE
ml on the subject and asked If he. comes to a knowledge of the various ut the Ten itory, seemed Hie prit".
would allow his name to he used In parts of the Islands mid everything ulih bin slight competition, ror one
the conncctluu suggested. Ho gave pertaining thereto historical icIm- bundled and eight thousand clollins.
no answer, saying that vvus tho firnt'ences Included there Is no one bef. ! The amount leallzed Is a disappoint
lie had heard about the mutter. I Informed. ,nient to the expectations or parties In-
Theie Is no question that, should the Then. too. Judge Wilcox Is n fluent terested in the sale. It is doubtful il
Judge decide tu run, he would make 'speaker lu both Hie Kngllsh and Ha It will cover the second moilgago nrti i
one of the strongest candidates tho 'wallan luiiguages, and his runner con- all expenses aie paid, and unless ther
.lepubllcuii part) could put Into the uecllons with tho Leglslutuie nave 'is some ptivale undeisliitidliig tlie
fleld. On this Island, ho Is the best-jglven him a paillnmentary trnlnlug piuhablllt) Is that Mis. Ullse 8. -
known while man among tho native which would stand him in good steal .Neumann will iceelie little or initli
aud his dealings with them havu In-Uliould he ever take his place mining Ing upon her claim nt JUMIOU ror cus I
vailably been of such a nature as In the members of Congress, I loaned b her to Ihe former pun has
Henry Loomis Nelson Writes of Hawaii
lUonlou Herald Correspondent e.
Washington, I). C, July 21. It turns, hostile factions, hostile towaid each cany the Inlands In tho coming dec
out, according to a letter iccelved by J. other and hostile to the (lovrnor ami ' tlon, and among other things that It
Iloston firm fiom Honolulu, and repub-jhls Ideals During tho visit of the Hu-j should elect a Itemlbllcan delegate to
llshed In the New York Tribune of yes- vvallans lu Washington last w Inter, i Cougi ess.
tcrday, that the colonial experiment when Gov. Dole and Sir. (Jeorgc It, Cur
we are making In Haw-nil Is not losing1 ter weie theie, accompanied by Sir.
its Inteiest. Oov. Dolo was ussuted by j Armstrong .brother of the late (Jen.
the Picsldetit that he would not bo ic- . Armstiong of Hampton, and by Lor
moved, but might finish his term of ilu A. Thmston, ono Hawaiian Mln
oBlce. It now turns out that some of Ister to this country, there was no
the very men who sought Ibis solution 'doubt In the minds of those who met
or the pioblem ot last winter aro dls- 'this delegation that Gov. Dole was not
appointed, and wish that (lov. Dolo lousldered exactly tho nun lor tli
would resign. Acionllug to tho letter placo which he held.
"lira iiijiii iiuiiuiiiiii, winrii is vi-; ins oujecuoii iii mm on uie pan ori iHngeied It now tin lis out that this
dently written by n Republican paitl- some or his assoilules nji not that l. ' imsntatico of Ihe support of Ihe Picsl
saii, uiidiinuiitngoiilstof the (ioveinor, was not n llist-ralc public .eivaut. u ,et ulll tliU iiinlliiiiiiiire .h Dole in
Mr. Dole has peislsled In being Indo- irau of high lutcgilty ami o' n-uii- ll8 ,')niu.. have not been suMlclcut to
pendent of the paity orgaulzatlon.iuid able Judgiuont. a mini who wai entitled. n trfc nalivts to peace .in I toiiieiii
Insistent upon the light or the execu- nlso. to the credit of carrying through ' nu,t ttUh nK. nieieut u'dmlnlstiatem
tlvv ut the Islands to pcrfoim his ilu-thu levolutlon, but that lie was too t ,,c ij.ib
lies lor tho public good. It Is. said that high-minded, too much or an Idealist,
a native party Is organizing against and too little or u polltli Ian. He h.-.d .P, .',,. , .,
Dolo with oveiv rl,M, of sneross. ,.! .,. I.,.. I.. ,f..i ... "'" "01llll "''""' ,0 " ,ll,,l"'' 'l-
K ni. .! , .. I ...... .!..!.. ... I. 1.1. I
that the only way to pievent the nu
tlvcs from continuing to coutiot the publltau oiganlzutlon was meant, it
legislative biiinrh of the government. I was thought necessary by tho lt-i'lln,'
and Horn returning to Cougiess Dele- Republicans or the Islands tlut a
gate Wilcox, or some one like him stioug otganlzatloii should he ton
Is to oppose such crurt as oiganUatloa stunted, and that leading ii.nlv,i
,0olols- should lie biiiuglit lulu It tluoiigh pa-i
One or tho principal objections to j Mintage, lu order that the so-callel ill
Gov. Dule Is. Hint while he was iu this ' effects of univeisal suffrage mlgiil l
couutiy he made soma speeches, and I dotio away with,
especially one In Hoston ut tho Congie- I
gauuiiui vino, iu which no sillied HUH
It wns a mlstiiko on the pait or Con -
si.s) in gram 10 uie iiiivvaiiuii miner
al biiffiiige. The natives icseiit tills,.
and have been moused against the
Goveinor by a campaign oiganizrd by
the while und blown politicians who
belong to Ihe Native pally, und who
have seen to It that the tompronilslim
uctetanees or the Goveinor have been
wi.ieiy uisiiiiiuieu. inieiesis weie mere, nn.i who urn ,.,,. 01 ihe Pi os.dent Parker failed f.
suulched the government f,om tl.o r ,r,,e otter lost ,-aste at the Whll-
Hot. Dole seems to be Ihe oinbodl. (Jueen-ln other words, had taken li (m.ef aU(1 tt,ltlt ,,omo dlga,.tej
tieiit ol an ulteinpt 10 in,odiuc vlttu-'away fioni the natives. It seemed to (e nl,, prm,. Kalaulanaole. ratm
011s goieiument Into an American cjI , be esuentlal to the tontinucd doiiilnj ,a', vnon u. Pilnce Cupid are tho
ony. He Is, theiefore, under conditions Hon of the white people of Ihe best
prevulllisj lu Hawaii, the target of two ' kind that the Republican paity should! (Continued on Page 4.)
favor, as well amuny things to U"
press us, my view has been that iLa
oU'1 capltal Jhp c""nt,r: ,,ld 'l
.future prospects far outweigh the ilU-
'(mraglng K.aturci, lhnt ,mve arisen
during the past two or three years, jinrnlly. wo all feel, should be placed
"Tills Is borne out by the custom In the Territory. Tho withdrawal u'
house, report already mentioned, ,nthis considerable sum every year In
that our total exports for the ye.ir j monthly remittances, at this time of
have becu S2t.T93.735. When a roun-'imiimrtlnn U a vi.rv mrimi, ,,,nii..r
lint been able to see a living.
"Ihese exports cover raw suga,-,
toflee. rice, fresh fruits, honey. tilil:, "While the bank deposits, fiom lb
wool and sundry other iirodiictlona. i imbllshed stutenieniK. un li.. iimn
sKar of course now lur exceeds all
other products of the Teirllory. but aa
our population Increases and new ave
n lies for Industry an- opened the pris-
Pnt minor branches c.r industry will
I "In our relations with foielcn oiu.
trlon speaking technically, naturally: "The coming sugar crop of 1903 in
the United States takes the lion estimated by caielul experts as np
shnre. (Ireat llrltnln coming next anJ pioxlmatlng tOU.Ouo tons. For the lis
Oermany following, with others lu tal jear Just closed the uitiial crop
smaller ratio. The carrvlng trnde ixjwus SKO.OOii tons, while that for th"
nearly equally divided between shlpt 'preceding year was 315,000 tons. This
under the American dag and ships iu is all In the lino of deflnltu proof that
uer foreign nags. The coastwise trad,i
being all In vessels under the Ani"r!.
can nag, tno American tonnage ex
ceeds tho foreign by about 100,000 tun
the total of tonnage arriving and do-
pa ta Pa r Po m f Pa s i na rta
Inspire the greatest confidence In
them. On Kauai, the Republicans
would Veitalnly rally around bis stun
daid. He was born and brought up
there 111 the little, tuwn of Hanatel nnd
theie Is not a cave or a mound on thu
wliltu .if fhi. flnrnrtn IIa ilia, Iia ilftda
nr)t Know by heilr( ,n mWllon t(j
lthls. his two brothers (!. N. and A.
s- Wilcox two of the most Influential
"I'i" of the Island, make their homo
There U perhaps no one In tho Tci-
rltory who has on his tongue's enu
facts and fiuures telatlni; to Hawaii s.i
j well as Judge Wilcox, nnd when It
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machine. Ily u paity mathluo a it,
, '" vvmuti uui tonseut in sum an
1 employ ment of his c.fflic. and uf
u.icuuy wus ierf.,iiii-i, 1,3 tin iiiisirii. nun
' Hie nsieiidaney or the Republican
luity. At the same time theie whs 110
1 flic to lake his place. Ho repieieiiied
the while people ot the Islands, tot
tho peoplo who had tore out ihe.-i
1 Irom the States to hold .i!lte. hu' Hie
people who weie bur.i theie. or vvhnsi
n.irtlntr nt all Hawallun tut i,it,r
nearl one million tons.
I "Th" '"' revenues collected I.) tin
amount to lI.S27.nuii.
nt for the year
,000. tills amount r.w-
very much reduced the in tuul busl-
.ueis of the country has increased
ihev u,.n. tun w;ir .,-., M. n,..t
'deposits made by Individual instomeia,
though not nllowed to leiunlti long at
'the bunk, huve materially Inricascil.
'snowing that them is muie business
now done than there lias ever hen
we are nrouresslni:. Iliouuh In a more
difficult path, but more on the lines of
business as conducted on the Slam
land Competition and small pinfiw
ate the rule and nut the exceptlou
fX a Pa rm Pa . Pti u p c p
GHARLE8 OAY BL1Y8
An undivided two-thlids Interest !-i
'the Island of Lanal and Its Hocks and
lt.ng ttU8 ,0ld liy Judicial order' at
i,e auction by Will K. Fisher, aue-
tloncer. lor A. Ilarnes, coninMssloner of
tno Circuit Com I, at noon today
Charles tluy of the firm of Ony &
Itubluvmi num-rH of ihn liil.inil nf .VI!
ban and among the higgi-si ranchmen
the biggest ranchmen
The Piesldciit was Informed in.it If
Dole should be loiillnued in olllce, and
tr It should be understood Hint the
power or the L'nlled States, meaning
the power ot thu Administration, vtete
behind Dole, the natives would ttate
fiom their active hosltlllty against the
(ioveinor. would tome Into Hue .md us
scut to the rule or Ihe whites, which
Hie grant or iinlvcisul suffrage had en-
CIIM, ll.l Ilu. m.iiil fiiliwilia linlU,. m
them all. is very Indlgnuut .it the man-
tier !u which he was trtaled. , thinks
he was lie.ittd, last wlntci. Pa.kjr Is
a laiKf. Jovial, itilllcklug tiee-speiidlug
mi i he. who bus made away with a mil
lion oi so or dollais which lie luheilt
ed from Ills grandfather, In the -ouise
of a very slum lire. Hutertalmuents
ol the most Mi-. Inatlnt,' iliauiiter.
hnrie taclng. and a variety ot other
genial dissipations me the means by
B 1,1,1, ),,riC. Ul rld hlmselr or Ilia
MlnM. and won a luuslileiuble
u,imill r popnlailty among the picas-1
. ,(n.,Ilg nalUvt ,,, Bomi, An,elliai
iiiia nt Rtus.lt hitv Ing once ask-'
cd him If he n Htl consent tu take Hu"
goteiuoishlp. 1'urker announced to tli..
,., of wash-ngion that lit had bee,, I
Ut,.ieil the plate This coming to Hi I
CAPTAIN RODMAN GETS
MANY VALUABLE DATA
SHIP CRUISES AROUND MAUI, MO-
LOKAI AND HAWAII WILL GO
AROUND KAUAI AND OAHU
THE NEXT TIME.
The tnltid States ship Iroquois r-r-
rived In port yesterday atternoon after
an oxtenslve cruise among the IslanJa.
She made a complete circuit of ilawill
and Molukai and nlso or the Island of
Maul with the exception of the nortV
timing tills trip Captain Itodmin
has made a valuable collection of dat'i
which he will soon arrange. During
the entlr.' cruise the Iroquois was l.opt
as close to the shore as possible and
a iiimptete collection of sailing direc
tion made. Captain Rodman made It
a point lu visit nil the landings which
an- irequnnted liy vessels, especially
those nut In the Inter-Inland liade. In , statement In this morning's Adver
tinier In gel compIV" snlllng dlrccj- User:
tlons He also gathered Infornmtlr.n
with ri'ganl to the depth. anchoragH.
safely etc.. or those plates Irom tip
total plantation managers, kamaalnas.
and especially riom tho matters ot
Ihe Island steamers.
lleielororo there has been no ton-
Plet.. work giving the sailing dliec-
talons and oilier viiluable Information,
so mat llie-masters of roielgn vessel ed. until the appointment of his sm
have had to rely uivn local liifornu-, tcsor. A. S. Ht'SIl'HRHYj" "
Hon enthely. There are charts ( : Tan Plug Sing withdrew his nppe.il
certain plates, and these Captain Rod nit Judge dear ordcied ulru to pay
man has round to bo very good, but tK. line or 25 ror assault and liatt-rr
as to a tomptete work theie Is noth- imposed lu the court below.
Ing nf Ihe kind. , shldn Ichltaro. lined 5 and ciAts 'or
Captain Rodman has used tho maliciously beating a Japanesj icnialo
limits prepaied by the Co vernment y-lthdrew his appeal and was orleied
survey for his topographical notes, to pay the penalty,
and has round these charts to bo ex-, j, Horges. fined $190 and coau below
teedlngly good. His hydiographlcal I fr soiling liquor, appealed nnd hli
notes ho hnd to collect rrom local euw wn8 noe pr0S'd for lusiilllcient
sounes and expects, when he starts evidence.
lt ai range his notes later on. to have Judge Gear made a startling an
them added to by captains, plantation nouncement to .Messrs Cathcart and
managers and others. iiouthltt f the Attorney Oeneial'j dt-
It Is possible that these people will partment at the adjournment of hit
be requested by circular Utter to semi 'court this morning. He luforriiel them
to the captain such Intormatlon on tho .that It was doubtful Is there would be
subject as they muy possess. any niore Jury trlal, thts lerm Rs lh8
Captain Rodman states that h" appropriations belug exhausted no
(Continued on Page 5.)
ers or the Interest ot,whuiu her lato
liusband was one.
The mortgage of O. Kunst will take
$7ii.0lM) und Hint of lllshop & Co. $2H.
ooo. tin- total of which Is Increased to
$I,-.M' by Interest. Then with pro:
amy :.uu nil legal expenses, there Ib ."iiuj luormng,
leu or ImViy's purchase prlte but $l,- Hasson vs. Pain et ol., the I'alawal
nou lioin which there mny be possible Development Co. case, was calls be
lurthei deductions. fiiie Judge Gear this moraine Pan.es
The attendant!- at the silo Included ' "nd attorneys were present in force
members of bench and bar. banke's 'l theie was a hitch of some kind nnd
and real estate tle-ilers, among other!) ' ""' hearing was continued until Fil
liotlifil lielng. Judge ('.ear. who madej'1" next.
the onler of sale; Commissioner Some other malteis were adjusted
Dames. S SI. Damon, Cecil Drown. K ami Judge Hear adjourned his court lor
I Spalding. W. A. Whiting, Sam Pir-
k'M. Frank llalstrad. I SI. Hatch. I-'.
II. Ilayseldeu. John I". Colhuin, D. P
It. Iseuberg. T. V. laiuslng. W. M,
Slluton. J. A. Low, i:. II. MiClanaliin.
Chas. Cielghlon, Paul Sluhleiidoif. fj
W. Ashford, II. I,. Marx. David Duytcm,
P SI Pond. Robert Shingle. Harry At
lultage, A. I". Judd. Charles tlay. It. W
flretkons. A. Lewis, (Jeo. A. Davis, K.
C Peters. I.. L. McCan.lless. lohn
Farnswoith. Tax Assessor J. W. Pr.ltt
aud Deputy Assessor Chas. Phllllp,
ui. .uer nuviiig ieau uie oni"r
dUtl notice of sale called for bids. Cecil
tliown wns the first to respond with
$75,Oi)ii. Charles (lay promptly went
$100.1101). Alter a short' pause S. SI
Damon said $107,500. Sir. Gay. as
soon as he caught the auctioneer's ")n
raised the hid Ihe hundred. Ills bid
was dwelt on long and forcibly with
out avail and finally the pioperty was
knocked down to him nt $10!,000.
Here's a nhoe we're
proud of. VICI KID,
double Hole, and Iiuh
all the appearance and
qualities ol u more
BUYS A PAIR
IOST FORT STREET
Judge Gear's Startling
IIP Tfl ATTORNEY flENERAI.
, JQ MAKE ARRANGEMENTS
PALAWAI DEVELOPMENT CASE
AGAIN POSTPONED DISPOSI
TION OF SEVERAL CRIM
'I he follow In; memorandum wai
filed In the Judiciary Clerk's olllce lo
day. It benrs upon an unauthorized
' "Judge Humphreys will not appoint
a successor to Miss Wlddifield Tlw
appiopilatlon under which Stlss Iddl-
field has druwn her salary Is for
'Cleik to the First Judge.- and. as there
will be no Flist Judge, tor the time
being, when Judge Humphievs letiics
on September 1st prox.. there can b
no dratt on the appropriation mention-
money was available for fee of Inrt.f.
It was up to the Attorney Ceii-tal.
the judge said, to make what ananire
mejils ho might with the treasury de
parlinent tor continuing the busln-Ma
or the courts.
Meantime the trial Jurors ars uuuer
notice to nppar again at !) j'chies:
the day befoie 10 o'clock.
Judge Itolilnson took th" term t!i-
vorte calendar in hand this moiulng.
IN HONOR OF EDWARD.
HrUish Commissioner Hoaie, having
notified the toimnand.int'of the Naval
.Station that the coronation of King
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look place on the 91 h Inst.
Q. II Derrey. money to loan.
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
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SHOE CO., LTD.
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