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Postofflce Box 718
Al'Gl Sf 23. 1902
The Kalr millions rcetn to he burd
eneel by a continuous hoodoo. Htvlng
occupied the attention of tbe courts
(or yiars to secure the original dll
slon, they are now the subject matter
of a contest that will lie decided hj
the fractional pan of a heart beat
It Is to be hoped the people of lla
wall appreciate the work done for
them, assistance icndetcd and person
al Interest taken In their affairs bj.
Congressmen and Senators at Wash
ington Men like Korahcr. Clark, and
others whom Cotntnlsslqner Pratt men
tinned in his report do not come to the
rescue of Hawaii because the have
nothing else to do and take up this lla
vtallan side pla for amusement Thcso
publicists have their own Staffs and
districts to look after Hawaii has no
specific clajm upon them Nor can It
offer any other reward than apprecia
te gratitude Pure goodness of heart
Is at last worth the courteous "Thank
ou' which til llulletln believes is In
the minds of all Intelligent citizens
though not aluavs expressed in so
MISTAKES OP DO-NO rillMJISM.
Ulesseil be they who do nothing,
for they shall make no mistakes "
Taking this for a text II. A. Trench,
general manager of the Sacramento
Chamber of Commerce reads the people
of his city a lecture which touches
many points common to the character
of Honolulu, He tells his fellow citi
zens that the communltj where the
tendencj to find fault is far greater
than the tendtnev to praise, Is In a bad
ij In the march toward prosperity.
- Jutt at the present time this city
seems to be In a fair aj to get out of
tbe ruts of ponderous Indolence and
ready to do something without being
overawed by fear of mistakes The
knocker is still at work but the prod
ucts of tome of the more iccent depar
tures from old time sluggishness are
aiding material!) in putting this retio
gresslve agent In the back ground
A few da)s ago the Meuhanls As
sociation heard a report from its Fair
committee showing aAialunce un hand,
after having engaged In an enterprise
which man) predicted would be a quel
tlonablc ventuic If not a flat failure on
account of depressed business condi
tions Meichants were cautioned to do
nothing and make no mistakes. They
decided to tuki the chance, risk the
mistake, but to act at all hazards The
Merchants Fair was a success from
tbe start to the final balancing of ac
counts It cheered up the town I'eoplx
began to think of something besides
On Friday afternoon the combined
business bodies listened to the formal
report of the Commissioner sent to
Washington to obtain an appioprlutlon
for payment of tbe tire claims. Though
not obtaining all that was sought the
business men are quite satisfied It la
not necessar) for this paper to recount
the dubious predictions attending tbo
Pratt mission and the numerous ad
monitions to make no mistakes by
doing nothing Men of action finally
prevailed and If any mlstako was regis
tered It was tbe error of pioerastlna-
tlon In the first Instance The lire
claims appropriation will undoubted
ly be obtained from the Federal gov
ernment If the struggle Is renewed at
tbe opening of the next Congressional
Mercantile and commercial leaders
cow have under consideration the de
velopment of tourist travel The mis
take In this instance will be realized
if, as bas been the cute in former
years, It Is decided to avoid mistakes
by doing nothing Kriort, have been
made In the past It will be remark
able if errors are not made in the fu
ture. The man I Indeed wise, who can
demonstrate what Is to be gained by
doing nothing and thereby escaping the
probability of mlttakcs If It Is hoped
to build up a piogrebslve, prosperous
community leaders of Hawaii must be
up and doing, and chance the mistakes
up and doing tuking chances it may be,
burdening themselves with personal
responsibility that others may profit,
but alwajs moving forward, and in
cessantly at work.
1 II 118
Another Long Drawn
Out Contest Is
WILLS D1DNT PROVIDE FOR
RELATIVES OFMRS.FAIR PREPAR
ING TO MAKE FIGHT FOR A
PORTION OF THE MANY
San Francisco August 16 The fight
foi the millions that Charles Kalr left
li on Scarcely had the flowers with
which the peasants of Saint Agullln
covered tbe bodies of the dead million
aire' and his wife as thin la by tbe
oadsldc been removed b the Coro
uer's men when the law its were at
each others throats and all who
thought they ought to Inherit began
snarling at the heels of those whom
they feared would Inhi rlt
Public Administrator Kiirtiham wants
to be made administrator of the es
fate It means a fortune to him If the
courts grant his petition, and he has
lost no time in taking whatever advan
tagc the first movo ma) give him. The
mother of the dead wife Is prewiring
to hasten to San Francisco and her
sons and Rons In law are consulting
law)ers and talking of the division
among them of $10 000,000 while the
sisters body lies wrapped In a silken
shroud In Paris Other law)crs, with
apologies on their lips for the un
seeml) hate the) are compelled to
exhibit, are fortifying their position of
defense against those w o will attack
the claim of the sisters of the dead
man to his enormous wealth
Atlornc)s scent the battle fiom afar.
Bitter litigation prolonged legal war
fare Is anticipated Certalnl) that or
expensive compromises are Inevitable.
As yet nothing decisive has lie n an
nounced to determine whether Mrs
Fair lived even an Instant after Iff
passed from tbe bod) of her husband
iind possibly nothing ligall) conclu
Five on that subject will be nailed
down until the depositions are had or
testimony In court secured of the few
people whose accounts of the tragedy
must settle that Important question.
One e)e-wltness the wife of the Inn
keeper In front of whose malson the
tragedy occurred sajs both were kill
ed Instantl) Another e)c witness, M.
Ralmond, an automobllst, asserts that
both lived for a few moments.
While the attorneys arc profuse In
their statements that there has devel
oped no friction as )et between the
Kalr heirs and the relatives of Mrs
Charles Kalr over the disposition of
the estate, they are already making
preparations to ward off any litigation
of that nature Attorney Knight and
cgBcrt, hine bten the IeBal a(h.en
for both Mr and Mrs Kalr for jenrs.
and it Is quite unlike!) that they will
take an stand In the matter other
thnn to take ever) precaution to see
that the last will of both Is carried out
to the letter Mr Heggerty was a
warm personal friend of the deceased,
and he has declared his Intention of
making ever) possible effort to ward
on an) attempt to thwart the earn
ing out of the wishes of r and Mrs
Fair as expressed In their respective)
wills It ean In stated upon good nu
tlorlt) that Mrs Fair willed most of
the few hundred thousand dollars'
worth of property which she possessed
In her own name to her mother Mrs
Anna Nelson Neither made provUVin
foia simultaneous death, and In one
of tbe wills which they made Mis Fair
named her husband as executor and
ne In turn nameil her as executrix In
cae of his death preceding heis.
Sends for Mrs. Nelson.
There was an unusually warm bond
of sympath) und trust between the vi
fortunate millionaire and his wife In
speaking of the likelihood of a contest
over the estates of Mr and Mrs Fair,
a mutual friend remarked last night:
"If Charley Fair thought that his wife
or her kith or kin would not receive
every dollar that was coming to them
ho would turn over In his coffin"
Joseph Harvc) was one of the clos
est and most Intimate friends that
the Fairs had In this clt) After a con
sultation with the attorneys )esterday
Harvey sent a telegram to Mrs Nelson
requesting her to come to this city at
once There was no particular war
like attitude In this move so the attor
neys say, and those who arc familiar
with the affairs of the heirs vouch for
this statement All unite In sa)lng
that the property will be divided Just
as Mr and Mrs. Fair wanted It to bo.
Mr Harvey requested ..Irs Nelson to
come to this city they assert, because
her presence here will facilitate tho
disposition of the estate
Tho peculiarity of Mr and Mrs
Fair's demise and a provision In tbe
law relating to simultaneous deaths,
however, give a wide latitude for sing
ulation over a probable contest The
law of California provides thnt where
two parties die In tho same catastro
phc the male Is presumed to have sup
vlved the female If there Is no evi
dence produced to show that Mrs Kalr
lived longer than her husband the tip
poslte will be presumed In law, and
her relatives will only iccclve that por
tion of her estate which she itemed
them in her will and that portion of
her estate which bhe dee reed her bus
band will revert to his he-lrs On the
other hand If It is proven that Charles
Fair expired before his wife thnt por
tion of his estato which he bequeathed
to her In his last will and testament
will fall In eiiunl shares to the heirs
of his wife
Tho will question Is wnrr)lng tlm at
torneys quite a little. IJoth Mr. and
Mrs. Kalr are known to have made
more than one will. Fair, It la said,
made at least three. Ills will which
Is In the possession of Messrs. Knight
and Heggerty, was made In April, 1900.
Hefore the discovery of Mrs. Fair's
will )esterday the attorneys were of
the opinion that It was made some
time after her husband made his, but
the comparison of the date lino of
both wilts disclosed that they were
both made on the tame day.
Charles Fair was peculiar about his
private affairs He scarcely ever
discussed his private business mat
ters with an) bod) and the fact that
the attorne)s are rather reluctant to
discuss tbe provisions of the two wills
or even to give out the date when they
wcte made is taken to Indicate that
the) are' not absolutely certain that
they arc In possession of the last will
of the deceased When It comes to
discussing tbe will of either Mr. or
Mrs Kalr the attorney generalize and
talk of the matter In guaided specula
tive tones A varied experience with
wills and other legal documents dis
posing of vast estates which the) un
derwent In the recent litigation over
Senator Kalr's property has probably
filled them with all sorts of fears oT
what might happen In the matter of
the existence and subsequent produc
tion of other wills
It Is a little early In the day for an)
thing of a real hostile naturp to devel
op in the Impending squabble, but the
war clouds are gathering on the legnl
horizon and It Is not urnike-ly that thu
Kalr millions will be again sifted
through the nets of legal controvert)
Dy LANAI LOUNGER.
Delegate Wilcox savs the Republic
ans nnel Democrats on the Mainland
are nothing but Home Rulers It Is a
wondei then that they do not have-
but one "idol" like Hawaiian Home
Rulers, and save the bother and coe'
of presidential contests
When the financial tide turns will
the fishermen make another haul of
small fr)' Verll), flne-niesh nets
ought to be prohibited In other than
It would be salutary legislation to
prohibit the placing of any shares on
the public market until the particular
enterprise- Is private!) promoted lie
)ond nil danger of proving abortive.
Hawaii needs a new p)stem of taxa
tion from the ground up The present
one is but the roof piece of a ruin with
the extortionate income tax as a
patched on cupola
A Missouri ease was cited In court
the other da). )et nobody was com
mlttcd for contempt.
Let Justice be done
Though the heavens fall.
Else lawyers must pine
Kor the wherewithal
Nothing is wasted novvaelavs What
the police failed to flnel as evlilenco
)esterday becomes the- raw material
for literature- toda) Vldu the Maul
If municipalities can successfully
tackle the dust nuisance and the mos
quito pest, they will prove an Inflnlto
blessing e-veu with quadrupled tuxa
Pilvnte enterprise of benevolent
east has created a hospital foi Incur
ables In Honolulu Is there not
enough elf Ic virtue left In the cununti
nit) to rear a geneial public hospital''
Its founders would need no othei t m
pie of fume to perpetuate their names
It Is to be hoped spell binding In the
coming campaign will deal with issues
in the concrete "flood government
is a shibboleth that has been over
worked the past scoie- years. '
Call a spade a spade unless It's a
"Every man has his price," Walpole
or some old gti) said but the Hono
lulu baseball boy scorneth a bribe So
alwa)s mote It be.
Tourist travel hither Is worth great
effort and expense to procure Yet, In
developing a scheme, It should be con
sidered that one wealth) family of tho
Mainland Induced to make a summer
or winter residence here would be of
more value than a dozen touilsts com
Ing for a month
With the- cable, Honolulu gossip of
ndequatel) to-Ie standard for export
will reach Mainland vellow Journals
ere It becomes excessive!) ilpe
With 24,fOOOuO of returns fiom ex
ports this )ear Hawaii ought to make
a good account of enterprises In sus
pense It 8..ould be remembered that
ever) dollar of our securities placed
at home Is worth manifold more than
the same amount of them sold abioad.
It keeps dividends at home where the)
NEED OF TRANSPORTATION.
Tho amo troublo exists today in
Hawaii us in all ncn countries. k .
The smallness of the toiinlr) lui
home iuodnctlonn and tho dirtlciillleai
und exiRiisi' encoiinteied in K ttlriK
Kooils to market In a coiiilltion asbin
Iiik kooiIs to mm Kit in n condition as
hiulng n re nil) su!e With railinaelu
lieliliiK the UlanilB will come the pun
ile i ejus uhani'S and docks additional
deep wutcr (ji'Ib and steamcis All
ot uhitli will taliu jilac u so soon us
the li'u U eoiiiitn (s populnki! dei
inimdliiK increased 'utilities to Hum
port supplies Then and not till then,
will bo known what the ilch li;,iii
soli cun pioduce In iiiantltii's for ship
ment to the I'ucllic Coast, waiinntliii;
biipplljnt! steamers and vessels. Side
Lights, Illlo, Hawaii.
Sizes and shapes adopted by
the Society of American Flor
ists. Standard Pots from 7-Inch up
have Patent Excelsior Bottom,
which Insures Perfect Drainage.
A largo Invoice Just to hand
ex S. S. "Novndan."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC., ETC.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Co'y
FREDERICK A. BURNIIAM, President
Mutunl Reserve Building, - Uroodwny, New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company in the
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Albins. April (7th, loot
I rWANCIS MCNDUICKS, SuporlmtnJfntol Insurance. Do lltrtty Critllylhat
the Mutual Hrtme I und I tr AssocMtlon, now Mutual Reserve Life Insurant Com
pany ef the City nf New York, liaieumplled with alt the requirement o Jaw to be
orventd by such votrtiratlon on relncnrporatl' n anj that It Is eiuthoiljc) to transact
the business ol Lite Insurance asspecll J In the I Irst Sub-JfvUioi of Section Seentj
I Article II of the Insurant taw vlthln this State and Cut Midi bulnes i an prcfuly
be entrusted to It
In Witness Wliereof I lease hereunto ul strlbeJ m name and raused
IS) my Ultnlal Seal to be athsej In duplicate at the City ol Albatj), on
un the Ja and year first above ssritten
Superintendent of Insurance
NET SURPLUS . .
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over
Qunornl AifenC Tol-rltor-y
LIBERAL TERMS MADE WITH
E Sill Fill
GRAND LODGE OF ELKS
PROHIBITS THE AMUSEMENT
NONE CAN BE HELD UNDER ELKS'
AUSPICES AFTER NEXT JANU-
ARY NEXT SESSION IN
Soli Lake Clt). Utah, August It
Street lairs or carnivals hsld uudei
the au-eplee-h of i:ik' loelges were nb
fcolutcl) piohlbilul hj the Gland Lodfju
of that older today Tor some time
opposition to this method or falsing
Hinds Iiuh been growing. It belnK eon
tlderi-d that they were not In accoid
with the fundamental ptlnciples ol the
ordei and Hip report of the committee
on laws and rules recommending that
the) be piohlbltcd wut, adopted over
whtlmlngly. The new law will not go Into effect
until Januat) 1st, as mun lodhCH In
different paits of the countt) have al
read) innilo plans foi tho holding of
inch lairs prior to that date.
The Grand Lodge ol Klkri took flnul
adjournment today, alter fixing tho
date of the 19U3 reunion at Ilaltlmoro
lor Thursday, July 21st. Tbe newly
ilcetcd Grand Lodgo officers wcto In
stalled with all the solemn ceiemon)
ot the ordei nnd much other Important
work accomplished, Inelinlitii; tho
adoption of tho teport of the Clks' Nn
llonal Home Committee, locutlni; tho
home for aged and Indigent Elks at
Hedlord City, Virginia.
Tho property secured foi this pur
poso was loimerly the Hotel Bedford,
and was purchased by the comtnlttie
for J12.II3U 'Ihe building wkb con
structcd at a cost of J9O.U0O. Thn re
poit iecommends the expenditure or
from $10,U00 to ,15,000 In rcpalis he
lore opening, and also recommends
that the Grand Lodgo make a change
In the otganlr luw of the en del, making
It compulsory that applicants for
mcmbushlp he required to procure a
ph)8iclans certificate of freedom
ftutn dlicase before being admitted
Tbe prie t i ill of marching clubs
bchcduled foi today was u disappoint
ment, us but one comp.tuoi uppeared
tho Denver lodge, which was given
a prize ol $250 for its drilling.
Trains going east and west weio
laden with homeward hound llks to
' flight, though thousands will stay over
lotuoirow and go on the exeuislnns to
the big mining towns und other State
ploms ot Intel est u an) will also stay
over until .Momki) to Yltucus tho Juek
' Hoot (icoigu (iuidnu glove coiile?!
The Unite liaud did not appeal lit
Suliali t.iis alternoou In ordei to play
olT the tit with the Denvct l.ind, ami
I the Judges gavu first pilzo to Dim cm.
Lnitti. Is ii w a; ill (1 miiiiil pil nun the
Third Aitlllu) Hand of Sim Kiunilseo
third prUc "
Thu Kin ml Dilutees met at the
Knutsford Until tonight and leoigunU
ed for the ensuing year. Joseph T.
Tanning was elected chalim.in and
John D. OBhea scuctary.
,.. .$ 5,790,400 73
, . . 466,885 48
of Hiiss rill, illBI'ORTST.
RELIABLE AND ENEKGEf
ATLANTIC WAS CROSSED
WITH MANY HARDSHIPS
KEROSENE BOAT WITH TWO PAS.
SENGERS DESPAIRED REACH
ING PORT READY lu GO
ritlmouth, ling AtigUPt 14 Cap
litln Newman and his son edwaid ar
rived hero tonight In the .IS Tool hero
Hono luuueli Ablel Abhott Low, in
wlik h the) nailed from New York
July tnli In an Interview witli a icp
tesentatlve ol the press, Captain Nov
'Thu luuueli has pioved hei self a
noble boat hut we have experienced
awful times since we left New York.
Ht-vetal times In tcirlble gules we
marl) lost our drag nnchoi, owing to
tin- geut chafing aw a). Wo voyaged
3 103 miles. We hud gicat Double
with the kerosene, because the tanks
which held It broke and tbe oil Mood
id the cabin. My boy became ill and
homesick. 1 suffered gteatly fiom ex
poHiue und lung sitting in one posl
"We spoke the Amerlcun line steam
ei Kioonlaml August 1st In rnid Atlun
.tic After this wu encountered n se
i lies of most severe) gales und the haid
tlilps were so great that we leared wn
would not suivlvo We did not speak
uuothct vessel until August Uth, when
we met a fisherman ninety tulles off
the Stilly Islands. These last ninety
miles were tho longest I ever ran In
my life 1 would not hchllate, however,
to try the voyugo ugaln.'
Cnptuln Newman lost thlrt) pounds
in weight on the Dip
GATES A PLUNGER.
Satatoga, N Y, Aug. 15 John W.
dates who bus achieved the reputation
of winning moie mane) dining tbe
last fortnight than an) wuu who ever
uttended the Saratoga races, departed
from heie sudden!) toilu for Denver.
Gutw disappeared fiom the face ttack
Just aflei 3 o'cloi k, uflei beating the
"bookies" for luigo amounts, and
bourded tho ttuln foi Alhun). During
tho timet spent ht i'o Gates Is said to
have won close to a quarter of a mil
lion dollais on the Duck lie has lost
n. huge pail of It al Canfleld's, how
ever. Ihose on Ihe Inside s,i Ih.it lie Is at
least $100,000 to the good however on
hem to gtt hack what he lost at Can-
I II, .1.1 a
KING MAY VISIT IRELAND.
Liverpool Aut(iiht H. Aceoidlng to
the Dally 1'obt ol this city King i:d
wind his piomlbtd thu Clilel Score
tary Tor litlnnil dioiM-' W)ndlmm to
visit Dublin, Coik und ll'lust In Feb
unity at the latest posslhl) In Nov em
and Trust Co.
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President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. Q. Cooper
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Rules and regulations furnished up
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Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, eta.
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O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear
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Cane Shredder) .New York, U.S.A.
N. Oblandt & Co.' Chemical Fertlli
xers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Paraffine Paint Co.'s P.eV. Paints anej
Papers; Lucot and 'Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indttrine (a cold-water paint), In wblto
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime acd
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The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tbe Walmea Sugat Mill Co.
The Fulton lro vVoAs, St, Lout, Mo.
The Standard lU Co
The Ceo. F. Blake Utcam Pumps.
Tbe New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
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W. M. Alexander. .Second Vice Pren.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
V. O. Smith Secretory
Geo. It, Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS fur Hawaiian Commercial
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co, Nablku Sugar Co. Klbtl
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kabulul Railroad Cc,
Wm. G. Irwin & Go
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. C.I Card.. Second Vlco President
H. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Audltc
AGENTS OF THK
Oceanic Steamship. Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO OAL.
LIFE aid FIRE
Insurance - Agenis
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF B08TON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Octal.
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co
Makee Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tbe Planters' Line of San Francleco,
Packets, Cbas. Brewer & Co.' Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Blshcp.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Director.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,,
are now offering tbe famous
at such low prices that you cannot af
ford to let the opportunity go. They
arc so cool and the price so comfort
able that they seem made for this
the old Sewing Machine Agent, is rtiU
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Dome
tie, National, Seamstress, New Homey
Household, Expert and Vlndex,
Call and see. Try and buy.
THE DEUCE YOU SAY
Come In unci play
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