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WEDNESDAY . . AUGIST 20, 1902.
Accounts of the coronation Indicate
that nono of the participants suffered
less physical fatigue fiom the cere
monies than King Edward.
District Committees nro getting
down to the real work of the campaign
when the housc-to-housc canvass Is In
augurated. This is the work Hint tells
Announcement that the United
States has abandoned suppoit of Capt.
Itoseblll's claim to Marcus Island
closes another "lniidcnt" hi tlio his
tory of small Islands of the Pacific
that often rise to a piomlnemc In in
ternational dealings which Indicates
remarkably high real estate values.
Itoseblll's part- according to last ac
counts will return from a pleasant ex
cursion with the satisfaction that they
have at lease been the center of at
traction for a few weeks.
When Consul Salto leacs for his
vacation trip he will hae lomplelcd
four jeais of the most successful ser
vice rendered b un local lepreoenta
th e of Japan. The duties of llie consul
haw been particularly illilluilt during
the period when our labor condition
have been subjected to lovoliitlouni)
changes which demanded the utmost
care to prevent serious misunderstand
ings between cmployei and emplo.ve.
) Ills Influence has been wisely coiulll.i
tory in every Instiiine, fully maintain
ing the dignity of his nation and at the
samo time thoughtful of the local In
terests at stake on which the piosper
Ity of the Terrlloiy depends.
Hawaii extends Its most cordial ulohu
to the .id Mini i' guard of the Senatorial
Commission nrrlved today. Senator
llurtou can Ilnd none better able than
Hon. Samuel Parker to guide him
through a week of recreation In tin
country prepaiatory to the arduous
task of getting down to work on the
ii flairs of Hawaii. This trip will en
able the-Senator to gain a mute ioiii
plete Idea of the countty life of our
people, and come in toudi with Indus
trial conditions of tho Teullorj in the
larger Island districts. i:x-Scnutor
Tbuiston though not ussoi luted with
the Commission Is a man whose posi
tion in national life gives him a power
which can undotibtedl be wielded for
the advancement of the genci.il busi
ness and polltlial Interests uf the Tei
rltory. MHBNJP OUI
Treasurer W. II. Wilght hail the
charge of lontempt or cuuit pending
against him In the Piltnn beer caio
dismissed by Judge Kstee today. Mr.
Robertson called on Mr Dunne, in 'bo
Federal Couit to state his Intentions
as to pressing the matter. Mr. Dunno
lepiled that he was no longer connect
ed with tho case, whereupon the
Court of its own motion dismissed tho
information lor lontempt, which was
based on the allegation that the Trns
urer. tnntraiy to the Injunction against
the Issuance of the special domes' 1c
beer llceuses, permitted Primo beer
saloons to continue doini; business.
OSBORNE J10USE GIFT
London. Aug. 10.-King lMwuid has
signalized ids tuionutlou In a memor
able manner by tho munificent gift to
the nutlon of Osborne I louse, one of
the favoiite residences of the luto
Queen Victoria. The gift Is made In
an oflleial message to his people,
addressed to Prime .Minister Iialfour.
For reasons appaient In the document
Itself, his majesty makes his Intention
GREATEST STEAMER LAUNCHED,
Stettin, August 12. Th-j new Ger
man Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wllhelui
II was successfully launched at tho
Vucau bhlpyaid today In the picsencd
of Empeior Wllllum. Tho Kaiser Wll
helm II will be tho largest nnd is de
signed to be tho rosiest ship In ho
world. Her dimensions uie: Length,
707 reel; beam, 71 1-2 leet; depth, yj
feet and diuught 29 feet. Her dis
placement Is 19,r,U0 tons. She Is to bo
of 29.000 horsepower, and will huva
accommodations tor 1,000 cabin pa.i
In the Police Court this morning
them was a calendar of twenty-nine
cases, but only a few of these swell.!
the cofftrs of tho treasury. A number
of cases were nolle piosd., tho defend
ants having been Indicted by tho
STATE DEPARTMENT TO
ADMIT JAPAN'S CLAIM
BUT JAPANESE MUST KEEP AWAY
FROM WAKE ISLAND AD
AMS TO BE SENT OUT
Washington, Aug. 10. The t'nlted
States has determined to take action to
preent the encroachment of Japan
upon Its Islands of the Pacific. Th
policy the administration has decided
to pursue is based upon a report le
eched by the War Department from
tho master of the transport lluford.
who reported that when approaching
Wake Island, midway between Hawaii
and Guam, on June 2.1 he found It In
habited b) a party of Japanese. This
he considered decidedly surprising In
view of the fact that the Maud Is an
The Japanese explained that they
had been left on the island by a Yoko
hama schooner and that they weie en
gaged In Ashing. The nnvj oflleial sug
gested that this statement was Intend
cd to deceive and that the men weie
really pearl hunter.
The attention of Acting Secretary of
the .Navy Darling was dirt, ted to the
communication of the master of the
liuford. Darling deemed the matter, of
Importance and at onio brought it to
the attention of the State Department,
with tho suggestion that I ('presenta
tions be made to Japan with a view of
obtaining some explanation of her pro
cedure. Darling will Issue Instruc
tions to the Adams to visit Wake Isl
and and other Islands of the Pailllf
which arc claimed by this Government
for the put pose of asserting American
sovereignty and ejecting all persons
who nic illegally there. The Adams
will be commissioned next week under
the command of Commander Charlci
The vessel will piocccd first to Ha
nail, touching at every Island, large or
small, of that group. She will also
visit the Mldtvu Islands.
Officials of the Japanese legation ih)
not believe their Government has coun
tenanced an action on the part of Its
subjects Infringing upon Ameilcau
sovereignty In tho Pacific. Japan Is
anxious to maintain the most cordial
relations with the t'nlted States.
Captain A. A. Hosehlll has lost hl
fight for the ownership of Marcus Isl
and. The State Department will this
week Issue a decision against Hosehlll
and acknowledge Japan's claim. Al
though the State Department Is desir
ous of conforming with every formal
ity, the decision might have been ren
dered before Captain RosVhlll left Ho
uolulii. Caplaiir Hosehlll claims he dis
covered the Island In 1S89, but the law
of the United Slutes bearing upon tho
ownership and the working of guano
Islands provides that u claimant shall
Hie a bond with the Secretary of tho
Tieusury. When Captain Hosehlll filed
his claim he did not lite the bond,
which was fixed at JJO.000. In fuct,
ho did not tile the bond until last
jc.ir. and theiefurc his claim was not
lompletu until that time.
Knllianu, a native driving hack No.
ti, hud to be tuken to tho hospital iusl
night as the result of a collision wl'li
a Chinese express wagon, it was nt
about S o'clock thut the collision oc
cm red. The Chlnumun was driving
bis wagon on the light side of Null
nu untied near the coiner of King
stieel. Kalliunu drove his rig around
i In- coiner and as he kept on the tiu
hide ot the load he went right into the
express wagon. Knlllnnu was thrown
Into tho street, nnd as he seemed to bo
unconscious lie was taken to I bo
Queen's Hospital In tho patrol wagon.
As It was round, however, that he bad
lecelved no Injuries of much conse
quence, he was discharged this morn
ing. Kulliuuu's hack had both Its shaft3
broken und tho horse, freeing ItBOlt
Irom the harness, galloped down King
street In the Palama direction. At tho
junction of King nnd Ileretania streets
it vviis caught by Mounted Patrolman
Ilirinlnghum, who brought It down to
the police station.
CASHIER BROWN DEAD
San Francisco, August 10. Thomas
Blown, who for over thirty years has
held the position of cashier In tho
Bank of Caliroinla. died last evening
at his home, 10.'i9 Bush street, alter
an illness of six weeks. He had hee-.i
ticubled lor many years with bron
chitis, and was suffeilng fiom a severo
attack when he went to San Joso the
latter pait of last June. The malady
continued to incicaso during his stay,
being aggravated by other complica
tions, until it was deemed advisable
lor him to return to this city, which
he did last Wednesday, After his re
turn some Improvement was noted in
his condition and it was thought that
he wns on the road to recovery. But
jresteiday he sank rapidly, though io
ttilnliig consciousness to tho last, until
ubciut 7:50 o'clock In tho evening hu
Mr. Brown was very well known to
many Honolulu people who had biul
ness dealings with him while visiting
London, August 12. The choir
which sang nt the coronation of tho
King In Westminster Abbey laBt S
urduy sailed today from Liverpool to
make a tour of the United States and
Immediately upon his arrival in tbn
city Secretary Cooper went down the
toad to his Pearl City home.
NT Til COLLISION
PRESIDENT MAY CALL
SENATE IN NOVEMBER
ELECTIONS BELIEVED TO HAVE
IMPORTANT BEARING ON MAT-
TER TREATY WITH CUBA
HAS BEEN FRAMED.
Washington, Aug. 12. Advices re
ceived here Indicate that President
Roosevelt will call the Senate In extra
ordinary session enrly In November.
Ever since It became evident that
nothing would be accomplished as to
reclpioelty with Cuba at the recent ses
sion of Congress rumors of a more or
less definite nature have been In cir
culation that the President would call
an extra session either of the entire
I Congress to enact Cuban reciprocity
1 legislation, of the Senate to ratify, If
possible, n reciprocal treaty with Cuba.
During the past week it has been
stnted that It was the purpose of Presi
dent Roosevelt to call a special session
of the Senate eatly In September. It
can be stated on authority that he has
no such Intention. His tlmo and that
of many members of both political par
ties will be occupied during September
and October. It Is understood to be
the belief of the President that a ses
sion of the Senate held for the purpose
of tatlfylng n reciprocity treaty with
Cuba would be much more likely to
be fruitful of results If held after the
November elections than If held before.
It Is assured that tho question of the
telatlons of the United States with Cu
ba will enter largely Into the approach
ing campaign, and it is stated that the
President feels the Democrats wfll'lm
less likely to offer serious opposition to
a reciprocity treaty after the election
than they would before that time.
V ttcaty with Cuba practically has
been prepared. It requires only the
Mulshing touches and the signatures of
Minister Quesada and Secretary of
State Hay to make It ready for presen
tation to the Senate. No definite date,
it Is understood, has been fixed upon
for the meeting of the session In No
vember, but that It will be soon after
the elections Is reasonably certain. The
President, it Is said, hopes to have the
reclpioelty question denied away en
tlrely before the regular session of
HOLMES TO THE PLACE
CAPABLE SON OF NOTED FATHER.
GRAY'S CONTINUED ILLNESS
FROM THE BENCH.
Ojstcr Hay, N. Y Aug. 11. Presi
dent Roosevelt late this afternoon an
nounced that he had appointed Oliver
Wendell Holmes, Chief Justice of tho
Supreme Court of .Massachusetts, to
be an Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court of the United States, vice Jus
tice lloiace Grty, resigned
The resignation of Justice Gray wns
due to 1)1 health. Several months ago
he buffered a stioko of apoplexy, which
some time later was followed by an
other. He has not appeared on thtt
bench since he was stricken the first
time. His advanced age "I jears
told against his recovery. Realizing
Hint he piobahly never would be able
again to assume the place which he so
long had tilled with distinguished abil
ity and honor, he decided a shoit tlmo
ago to tender his resignation to the
President With the exception of Jus
tice Harlan, he had served upon the
bench of tho United Stntes Supremo
Court longer than any of his present
colleagues. He was appointed nn As
sociate Justice by President Arthur on
December 19, 1881, lis service extend
ing, therefore, through a period of
nearly twenty-ono years,
Huston, Aug, 11. Judge Holmes,
who has been honored by appointment
to the United Stntes Supreme Court
bench, was born In Huston March S,
1S41, and graduated from Harvard lu
lfcfil. Ho served In the 2Wh Massachu
setts Regiment In the Civil War, rising
to the rank of lieutenant colonel. Iiu.
er he served as aid to Hrigiidler Gen
eral Wright, commanding tho First Dl
vision, Sixth Corps. In December.
ISO."., he became a law student in the
olllce of P. M. Morse, and graduated
fiom Harvard Law School In ISOfi. He
was admitted to the Suffolk bar In 1SC7.
and nfterwnid began the active prac
tice of the law with his brother, Ed
ward Jackson Holmes. On December
8, 1SS2, Governor Long appointed him
an Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court In Massachusetts in piaco of
Judge Otis P. Loid, resigned. On July
28, 1S99, the late Governor Wolcott
nppolnted him Chief Justice of the
JInssachiisftts Supreme Court to suc
ceed W. A. Field, deceased.
Judgo Holmes, Iln addition to his
eminence In law matters, has nchleved
piomlnenco as a writer and lecturer
on local Biibjccts, upon which. In many
Instances, lie Is recogulzed as an au
thoilty. At Harvarf University lie
taught constitutional law An 1870 and
1S71, and was university lecturer on
Jurisprudence In 1871 and 1872. He iu
cciveil the degree of LL. D. from Yale,
and fiom Harvard in ISM. On Jun
17, 187.', Chief Justice Holmes married
Miss Fanny Dixwcll, daughter of i:.
Sat gent Dlxwell of Cambridge.
ARTIST TI3SOT DEAD.
Paris, August 9. Joseph Jncqius
Tlssot. tho artlBt. Illustrator of the
"Life of Christ," Is dead, aged 15
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CHANGE IN A BANK'S NAME.
Washington, August 11. The Con
troller of the Curreney today approv
ed the application of the American
Hank and Trust Company of San Fran
cisco to convert the Institution int-.i
the "American National Hank of Sua
Francisco." The new hank will hnvo
a capital of (600.000. P. I:. Howies Is
KING TO THE RESCUE.
Stockholm. Sweden, August 9.
While King Oscar was yachting today
near the Mnrstrand bridge, which was
crowded with women and children, tho
striictuie collapsed, throwing the oc
cupants Into the water. The King
threw off his coat ar.d assisted In the
rescue of twenty-three persons; who
were taken aboard the yacht.
New York. August 12. A cable to
the Tribune from London sjiys: riu
resignation of the Dukn of Devon
shire Irom the Council han not yet
been announced, but Is expected l.
foie October. If his resignation oc
curs, llalfour's Cabinet will lose, with
the exception of Joseph Chamberlain,
almost the only member posscsslns
great Inhucnce in the country.
The more closely the new Cabinet Is
studied the more artificial and tempor
ary appears the scries of political com
promises affected. It may succeed In
carrying tho education hill In October
by a reduced majority, hut It lackB the
political authority required for retain
ing the confidence of the country.
There Is little In the suggestion that
Iialfour Is riding for a fall. The new
Prime Minister is not likely to at
tempt to break off his career before it
nos flurly begun. There Is no ground
whatever for the suspicion that
Chamberlain Is disloyal to Iialfour and
seeking to take his place when tho
picsent unstable Cabinet Is exhausted.
A shrewder forecast, which Is inndo
by one of the nnst promising nnd bofct
Informed men In Parliament, is that
Chamberlain v 111 bo Prime Minister
within three "ears by vlrttto of tho
principle of tl.o survival of the Attest,
and tho education bill, with which ho
Is not Identified, may bring about this
result at even nn earlier period.
Master Capcn, of the Boston Latin
School, has just completed a record of
titty years' continuous service as
teacher In ono Institution. Mo Is ill
years old and Is popularly known to
thousands of pupils nnd ex-pupils of
the school as "Cudjo" Capcn.
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I ACrack Shot
Oyster Hay, I.. I., Aug. I. President,
Roosevelt today beat a Doer officer at
target practice, and, It Is said, broke a
record. Commandant W. D. Snmnn,
an ofllccr on Clencral Do Wit's staff,
declares he Irever suw such skill In
South Africa. The match was between
the Pi evident, his son Archie. Com
mandant Snyman, Jnuhert Iteitz, a son
of tho former Secretary of State of tho
Oiange Frco State, and Mr. Chanlcr.
Commandant Snymnn, who Is cele
brated all through South Africa as a
ciack shot, proposed the match. So j
new target, with a three-Inch black
biillseye, was produced nnd set up lu
the field hack of the President's house.
Fifty jurds were mcnsuied oft and tin
Piesldent took the first Bhot. The bul
let struck tho bullseyo almost exactly
In tho center.
"Ilully shot," shouted Commandant
Snymun. "but an accident, I do be
lieve," he added Jestingly to the Presi
dent. "Let me see If I can't give yon an
other accident neatly as good," said
the President, raising his pistol.
"Crnck," It went uguln, and when Com
mandant Snymun and the others saw
thai tho second bullet hnd penetrated
the holo made by tho first one, their
faces became very stern. Tho Presi
Five shots struck so nearly In tho
same holo that It looked as though but
one bullet, a large and Jagged one, had
penetrated the bullsejc. When the last
of the five shots bad been fired the
President handed the revolver to Com
mandant Snymun und suld: "Now,
Snyman, )ou try It, Theio's a good
stiing for j on, but a Iloer ought to
Hesitatingly, the commandant took
tho pistol, und, stietrhlng himself on
the grass, pullet the tilgger. He miss
ed the bullseyo by ubout half an Inch.
Tl mako It the secoud time," htf
said und ugaln fired. Hut again missed
Tho Piesldent smiled, and, taking
the Commandant by the hand, shook It
hcattlly and said: "Well, commandant,
you'vo been beaten by u Dutchman,
and that Isn't so bud." All laughed ut
tho President's ready joke.
Ten shots weie llred by each, and the
President made seven bullseyes, None
of the other contestant's mado a bulls
cv.0 with either pistol or ilfle. Com
mandant Snymun says ho never has
seen anything that can approach the
Piesldent's shooting', und has never
heard of such it scoio being mado at
fifty yards. The C'ommuiidunt Is now
piactlcally an exile from South Africa.
He wus foimeily a member of the Con
giess of the Orange 1'ice Slate and a
The Hmpeior of Morocco Is said to
have n weakness for collecting Millard I
lablcb-n fail tlio isratlflcatlon of which!
must use up n great deal of spate In
his place. Hu already has specimens'
from KiiKland, Fiance, America, Italy, I
Germany, Aubtrla and Russia. He does
not play plnB poiiR et. I
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Papers', Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
' Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
1 and colors.
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Lid
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugat Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Wo.ks, St. Louis, Ha
The Standard LU Co.
The Geo. F. Blaku Ijccam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Lfd
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Socond Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treacurer
W. O. 8mlth Secretary
Geo. IL Carter Auditor
' SflftU" FaCtOfS 2nd
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AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial A
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., 1'ala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co.. Kibel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Win. a. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckcls Vice President
!W. M. GIffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whltnoy Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
,Geo. J. Ro f Auditoi
I Sugnr Poctora
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, UAL.
'Wt vv irrj oWwiTr-rn
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
X. Brewer & Co., Ltd. I 'j
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.. Ookalw
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
"ri8"81' Co" Walluku Sugar Co.
pLVlaDrB Llno of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brower & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
nn.! . . ' C??k0' PreB'dentf George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. BUbcp.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen. Auditor; P. c. Jones, H. wi
terhouso and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,,
are now offering tho famous
at such low prices that you cannot of
foul to let tho opportunity go. They
are so cool nnd tho prico so comfort
nhle that they Beem mado lor this
the i old Sewing Muchlne Agent. Is still
tlc8,NCJ1.nn1. H0and-8'""rd, Dome--tic.
National, Seamstreus, New Home.
I Household, Expert and Vlndex.
I call and see. Try and bu.
...-..., pay, via year. y