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VOLUME IV. NO. 503.
HONOITJIiTJ, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JNTJ.T 22, 1902.
PSICE PIVE CENTS
OF FRANCE III
The Comte de la Taille and
His Wife Are On Their Way
to French Capital.
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COLONIAL OFFIGIAL Oil .ILK-LA
Will Yisit Washington on Purpose
to See President
Chn China, the Granary of Asia
French Pushing Their Colonies
Tenkln To Be Made the Bread
Basket of China and Japan Big
Empire to Develop and Civilize.
Man-lour le Comte de la Taille. a i
prMf-nt FranchmaB, who for the j
rat twIve months hag been connect-1
ed with the government of the
Frnek ios9tons in Asia, passed
throKh Honolulu yeterday on the
Sierra with bis wife.
H wa seen yesterday morning by
h RepMicaa reporter, to whom he(
exprwMta e-thrtasin over the ru-
tore oUth French poision6 In far;
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"OocWii. CMaa. whrc I have re-,
Mdet." MM Mr. de hi Taille. "Is the
MaallMl of the French coloaieg of
Still It Is the most
our possessions out
flasnre. Just back of It is Gnmbodla,
sad north of it is Annam. Altogether
. t AiU . .!.. .f
territory, which Is 150.000 miles more
Uuua our nossesslcas in Europe. '
Ow country Is om of Um riahattjn .
IJk far Iif It tm InhftMfMl hv ?!''
fW.OOO people. '
. Metropolis of French Asia.
"Of course the French rul Saigon.
There are French signs over thei ...,.,.. . ..,r-
storss. French bulldlags In the busl-j SULT OF CLEVER MOVE.
nss part of the town and French i
people everywhere. A dozSn natty lQver Three HuRdred Pecp,e Were
I'Tsnen gins meet you at me liuium.
Ths customs officers are French, and1
there are scores of officials and mer-,
chanis dressed in white duck and !
white helmet, who speak French as
if In Paris. The natives all speak j
French and altogether everything is'
"Saigon has some of the aspects of
a French Interior town. You can
easily see that a Western natlcn has
the pine, well la nan.. The streets j
are wWe and .so well . macadamised ,
thst th red earth upon them is as j
hard as Iron aad as smooth as a j
flOOT. TreOS have been planted along
the roe ways and this French capital ; as the president declared the meet-j
Is a regular fori in the tropics. n,ing open, however, a member pro
is so kMdsa by trees that, as you
rone ap the rlvsr. you can see only;
the roofs of the houses and the rose j
colors. W catneorals LiveIy FIght Among Members.
shlntag out of the green The trees 1ve, ,g on
are trcplcsl and make the town look j R thp members of the Lustana
ik a botanical garden. Some have Soc,ety. Some time last month the
feave Hke enormous fans, s me bearannual aoctIoas took place and new
e,2LIHl t? J2 1?1 ma!si oRlcre wpr lect?d- o Januar-v
es of blossoms of the brightest color .' .. orsanlMtlnn P,,BbratBl, the
. Granary of Asia. , I
oSiu an rniicn svores nuea
with French goods There are many
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Frecn soMlrrs in tbe streets and
nnttvw soWlers tn French uniforms.!
The Urtepraph Hues reach to all parts'
oX CocMn China, aad the colony s
coctd with Slnwpore and Hong-
os- bi- cable. The postal svstem
aae keen .xtended to H parts of the,
country, aad there are subsidised
mail eteucMrs which take you. Into ,
the Interior. The town has a popula
tion of 4t,M people. S.toO of whom !
"Cftc-ia China Is one of the gran
aries of Asia. The sell is rich and
vast etanihJes of rice are exported.
Rice is the foundation of the wealth
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Jv -" las cai" w"!
Dor rjin.ch eolnr out- -i-- v.nri
tTrixwTaoLdcf rice to evS mm'
woataa aaTtWld in th wM vnd
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0-4 IW '" 4v-vm. in lUg UvV
Ind Is used. Cochin China has some-
t-tag like l.TOe.006 acres
cres la rice and
5609,006 acres of land are available.
Wo hopo to make the oountrv th
brand basket for China and Japan.
and we are ia a fair way to do so.
Progression cf the Colonies.
"Wo are now doing much to devel
op oar colonies. We are trying to cx-j
tend the raiirc&d of Tonkin and Chi
na and claim the southern part of the
Chinos, empire as our sphere cf la-
finance. Oae of the proposed roads
will connect Tonklu with Cauton. and?
th'- dther-wfll go into the ri-h pro-
v " cf tunam.
We have a big empire to develop
litem. To-kla has rice mines of cop
per. ht. tla. zinc, sliver and lead.
i as well as sorae of the richest coal
deposits of Son-hern Asia. It ships :
' something like leu.o. tons of ccal '
annually to Hongkong aad Is now;
planning the development ot copper
deposits. The Tonkin people arejUKrJitUfl 0
stroager and raore Intelligent then
the Cochin Chinese. j
"Notwithstanding its small Euro-' FR0GRAM
peaa popolatioa Tonkin is a lively!
town. It ha sereral French aews-
' papers, a race coarse, a band and a (
tlub. Many aew streets have been
laid oat and planted with trees; they
are lighted -by' electricity and most
of the streets are drained.
Present Governor General.
"The Governor General at present!
it Paul Doumer. He has his cabinet,
ad & Hlimber of subordinate officials.
sad has more power than the Cover
iwr ui ariusa iui.ui. hc o i,huiuiu
.. TY.14I..1. Tn.lt. Ua I fm ma TM1. '
01 me Y"ir
e is above
er of the local forces and
vessels stationed there. He is above!
the local courts and has absolute an -
i.-it- ,.r i Minnv
! "Just below Tonkin is the kingdom
or Annam. which is also under the
i l t f a . n . f nra J I
proteciion oi ine o-ruo. utucia..
line coumrj i& Bou uy ..
. at present 2o years old, under the!
protection of France. He governs asj
he s d rected. The capital Is just
about as large as Saigon, but through
, tne Influence of the French it Is far,
I advanced for an Asiatic town. The j
French have charge of the treasury.
customs and the public works, and
under them the city has been drain
j and raade sanitary."
mi. r. . j rv.,-.con ,io ln'.
me .w.utu u wiMov c .
Taille are on their way to Paris.
They have spent two months visiting
Australia and expect to remain sev-
fml IX-POKS. in ine iSraiOS UeiOre Sail-
jn f France. M. de la Taille Is a
personal friend of juies Cambon, the i
French Ambassador at Washington,!
and expects, through him. to be In-1
troduced to President Roosevelt for
" . J" admiration
hcm he ha & Warm atlmlraUon-
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ELEGTIOn Of OfrlbHb Jb If Ul-
MEETING CALLED FOR
night POSTPONED AS
men Are After the Treasurerti
Scalp Position Brings Him Much
Saturday Night Business. I
Over three hundred members of i
the L'usitana Society assembled last
night at Lusitana hall on Alapai
street in answer to a call sent out by
the nrosldent of the Society in order
to consider some amendments to the '
by-laws which have been proposed j
hv ;nme nt the members. As soon I
Ios(Hi that the meeting be adjourned j
until some future date, which was,
approved by a large majority.
analvereary of the foundation of the -
Qrvr.l&t nrri ovritSln Cncmcw) r
. , , . .
presage a good future ahead.
Anotaer etn5 took place on
January 12th to Install the officers
elected. J. M. Vl-as objected to the
Proceedings and claimed that the
elections had not been fair and were
att and d- He moved tbat the-v
b so declared and the motion was
Office of Treasurer.
The fight seems to be over
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ben held b- one of the numerous
grocerymea who thrive about Punch-
Htxr-i Tn4!- or. nrnr 1(( mlimhlip:
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of the Society living in Honolulu and'
" .7 7.
their mocthlJ' dues are usuaUy P14 .
at th buslae3s place of the treasur '
r. Payment, are generally madei
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. c.t.Kl.. nvntTi,r- n-knn , fn,YV.,.
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hJ" , ior iat "ecK " ulsu .
The treasurer-elect has bsen hold-in
ing the position now for three years.;
k .uwu.u ot- ! v-a.u-r ui b j
butter dish. Hence the trouble aadj
the new elections.
Philharmonic Society Rehearsal,
There will be a rehearsal of thej$s000 .. & .,-,, nf lnrrMg.
Philharmonic Society at
Pauahi hall rt 7:30 this evening.
full attendance is expected, as there
will be only three more rehearsals
before the rendition of the Messiah,
OF UNUSUAL MERIT
GIVEN BY GALAXY OF
E. Murphy Extends Thanks ta .
Performers and Spectators, and .
Also Tells of the Growth of Elk-1
dom in This City First Benefit a '
Credit to Enterprising Committee
i Konolulu Lodge B' p E-No" C1G
scorei a triumphal success in the:
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aiteraoon at tne urpneum ineaier.
! at which every available seat was
taken by those who eagerly availed,
I . . . . . .
themselves of the opportunity to
, wltneSs one of tne cieTerest
' vBm iul a3 fel.u
' thespian boards In this city for manj
Long before the last echoes from
Berger's band, stationed in front of
the Orpheum. had died away, the in
terior was filled from orchestra rail
I to gallery with a typical Honolulu
! audience. While many were arrayed
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,u mur uui-si iiwm uu suiuuie uieoa
sults tne matlnee was one character-
I Istlc of all Elkdom In that it abound-
ed ln that delightful freedom from
fnrmo r r-Villo lhu enrit nf mnri
fellowsh'in nervaded evervwhre
An -vrellent PpQriram
u An Excellent program.
V,3Zr ThT , w f
'"B arrangement of the best talent
drawn from two companions of vau -
- devile artists now in Honolulu. The
performance was continuous, only In-
lopmtecjnnn f lace- f Vio, i mlniito
wu...uuj vi icij v.4.. u. tui.iuii.
'characterizing the affair from first to
,a!i". . . ..
The program of unusual merit wasside of the harbor to visit a vessel
presented through the courtesy of J. .. , . . . . .
rrAcnntA.l h.n..nl. Ur .n...lpc. P T
G. Rial of the Lee and Rial World's!
'Entertainers, the Hogan Fun Makers.
More than cne member of the popu-i
lar order took occasion to express!
ineir inanKs to j. . uonen, tne ur-
pheum manager, for his kindness in ;
donating the free use or the play- j
house, thereby assisting the Elks in ,
deriving profit from the entertain- j
With a sense of deep obligation the'
remembered Hose butherland.
M.e Ferrari. Hope Haddon, M'lleiert ana v, fb ' T !
,!, ,j vmi,o x,r ' outside until It was ascertained, that
". -" '. tii. ruu ,
and company. Bert Flact. Ferrari .
and the st 0nge Brothers. Of the!
Hogan company the creditors of the
Lodge were Hosan. McClain, Mine ,
Works of Elkdom. '
During a brief Intermission A. E i
Murphy took occasion to express the ,
united thankfulness of the B. P. O.1
E. tn thrnn w-hn hn,i nteriniu- n i
sisted In makinc the benefit n thoi I
ough financial success. In over the doctor's white trousers,
Mr. Mnrnht- nlcn ilu-nlf fit oinnitilc cii-nr ivnc shnkpn from hetwpen his i
length upon the alms of the order; j
(and the broad charity which marked ,
the progress of Elkdom throughout
the whole world. He told of the!
growth of the Elks lodge from the
time It was instituted. April 15th.
1901, until the present date with its !
rapidly increasing membership. The i
Order has its own home and, in add!-,
tion to the lodge rooms proper, there.
r Z JmAherf 4he membfrS
of the Order find that relaxation ,
wn!ch makes up the complete life.
Hogan's Clever Song. j
In closing, Mr. Murphy extended a
cordial invitation to all the. perform- j
ers of each company to call at Elk '
hall at the close of the regular meet .
ing announced for last evening
The program abounded in clever
and taking "turns." To attempt a
general review would hardlv do jus-
tice to the individual performers.
Pin xt-e t h?c . kn. v.. 11 .
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tercd Into the glad hearted spirit of
the occasion. When Hogan appeared .
oerore q tootllgjits ana sang a
mree-verseu topical song Tegaramg
unnni,iii. -c-iirc ,.r o.-,.. .
aUed Ruler d;. B sim ,v
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iorK me nouse or storm.
It can be saId 34 th fi . benefit
" caa ur saiQ t1131 lne nrsl uenent
given by the Honolulu lodge of "Best,
People on Earth" was in every way'
fini;he.i anH o..-iiflort riee niit
a finished and qualified success, and t
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renecteo great creutt upon tne enter-'
tainment committee of Elks consist-;
.ia& of W. D. Adams, Allen Dunn, H ,
Couzoil?. Vlsitine Brother T. Clar-t
ence Harvey and MHtoa M. Kohn.
Hawaiian Transportation company.
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l iacuiu ituuui wuuu .w. ,
i has filed articles of incorporation toibelonred to the British shiD which .
j engage ln the bnsiness of transporta-1
tinn -. mitop tso -,f.j ci- ir
with the privilege of increas
Ing to 525,000. The
iare J" T15- President
secretary and treasurer; Simon Bon-
de, G. H. Paul and A- St. C. Piianaia.
is HELD UP BY
hK M nxt
United States Craft Disabled
Yhile About to Lea?e
DEFERRED TO DISTRICT ATIORIEy;
But stin the EaSle and theLion
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Bask ID tlie Warm San-
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shine of Peace.
p er of Dr. Gofer's Launch
Afoul of Submerged Line Con
necting English Vessel With the
Wharf-Doctor at First Vanted
British Commissioner Notified
A very interesting story has' just
. leaked out on tbe-waterfront in regard
j to what, by a slight stretch of t5e im-
' agination, might have resulted hi that
m0st improbable of things, a war oe -
twee tL united States of merica
75 Britain Th" sLnil Tor
! and, G,reat Britai- e story Is oc-
, and the matter is laughingly discussed
from all standpoints by the frequent-
' ers of the places where the wlndjam-
! mers and all manner of craft tie up.
; n seems .that a feTV montns ago,
while a British vessel was anchored
In the stream, near to the entrance
tr tki. rtVto rftl Tl,. Cnfoi lia VtAnf? rf
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w ie v-u";i, . j-., t- ., -i.
tO tne Cnannei. Ur. Oier, tUC netltl Ul
( the United States Hospital service in
this Territory, had occasion to go out-'
wniCQ as 1ms ,r y
Launch Mysteriously Stops.
nr,,Dro, tllo ,jLnfc ,.,.:
belongs to the Quarantine department
" a" " v - - "
and In it proceeded from one of the
navy wharves, bound for the transport
outside. The doctor was in a hurry
to get outside, as there was a case of
sickness aboard the transport which
e cn,, n ,lo nf n ctlcnjpJni rhnrno-.
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ter and the vessel was bound o lie
tne 1IlneSs was not oi a nature w men
would require the ship to be placed
In quarantine. He ordered his boat-
man to hurry and sat back in the
stern. enjoying a good cigar, while the
i.i ,,nnt nrnoPPrtPii tn out tne water
jn he direction of the channel. '
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as If she were trying to stand on her
head, a bucketful of water splashed
nps and the doctor himself was almost'
thrnwn frnm hi nnmfnrtnhle seaL
j,,, annch hi rome tn a sudden
"utn "aa u
a 7 , . T
l-l, UUi tUlllU 3UC uc H""u uv".
aiinousQ l"u UIUU JU a "-.
in& everything in hispower to find out i
what was the matter. .
ProneIuP Poulc a Line l
- - ,
Fr PerhSPS ? ?
and his boatmen were at a loss to j
know what kept the launch from go-
Ing through the water. Finally, ex-t
aminlng the propeller. It was found '
that the screw had become wound .
rond with a heaw line. The line had
been lyIng just beIow the surface of ,
th water and R h been nnnoticed
. , . , iy.n , .
b" tbe man in charge othe launch ,
Tber was notbinS to do but cut the
line. This was done. Then the
loiiTinh Vmrf tn hp nnrinieri hnrV in the
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navv wharf with an oar. that the
tangled piece of line might be disen-
n, t ,, the screw
Dr. Cofer was not In the best ci
spirits at thus being delayed and was
nntlimllir VPrV milch Vexed bv the a-
cldental wetting. He knew the trans-
port outside was waiting for him and
could not make a move until he went,
.! Q ni r.n, i,nt mntiii.'
aboard. He also realized that consid
. . . ..
erable time would be lost before tin
Hae cca be taken from the launch':
BrK'sh ih,p ls tj,amea-
that the une which had become en-r
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i;ai;r ia IMG Uiut' v ii t; lauuui.
was lying in the stream, near the en-;
. . v T..nni .k u-- iT.e-
'. fpnm th. bn- nf thl reeL-
lcose from the bow of the vessel.
(Continued oa Eighth Page.)
incorporators .'hidden beneath the surface of the wa- aur" lul ... "5 D ', TJ . . even- ma was designated as John Doe.
-44..44r.444.4- ijiuu- uui. v- .4- .4 .44. nclte a number werp nrsenr- Rp- ncths ,!. TMnr t n, ulnm,) .i.. . . ., ...
. w. .-. .- .-- . - , t .r. -.. . ?
: a M. Tai. ter of the harbor and attached ot thesnmet. m the f f ke J - " ,,..;"' - l ." TATrLJZ "V!! "
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NUMEROUS FRIENDS OF THE DE-
CEASED ASSEMBLE TO
ATTEND SERVICES .
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh Officiates.!
Several Hymns Sung by Choir ofl
Second Congregation Large (
Number of Kamaainas Present.
Big Procession and Flowers. ',
tv, jmmo,. -r..o r,f ., Tor
Frank Brown cou7d best -be ,Cen ves -
, . . ,, . "v, ,.
lterdar b" e st number J &
i . a ts . ut-t. ii
,a" auenuea nis iunera., -wnicn iook
j place at 3:30 p. m. from his late resl-
. . . . i
, dence on King street, near Piikol.
The body lay in state In a beautiful
marble gray casket in the front room.
The casket was covered with floral
oft-erings and a .hole wealth of flow-
ers was piled up at the side a'n'
, j j ,
around It. People crowded this room
I and tne larse lanai. some having to
stand on the steps and In "the yard
on account of the condition in the
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh 'offici- j
ated. He read the funeral- service!
1 of the Church of England. During
' thrvToP Z hLn, Tp,, t nZV
ff I i ? T t ! ?f '
0f My Soul" and "Just As I Am
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Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathed -
At Nuuanu Cemetery.
After these services the cortege
wended-its way to the Xuuanu cem -
etery. where the Interment took,'
place. A long- procession of hacks
nnH ntHcr -onirIOQ rn mrpl thp
nnA ntVior- vVi!nloe fnllniro-l t ha
hearse. At the grave the interment'
service s were read b v Rev . Alexander'
Mackintosh, who also read
the hymn "On Resurrection
The grave was covered with .such a,
mass of wreaths and flowers as has
nnt hppn cpon in Mnnnliiln fnT n Inn?. '
not been seen in Honolulu for a lonj)
m Friends of Deceased
Tne Pallbearers were H. M. von
Ho,t F- w- "Wundenberg, J. H. Soper,
- st- John Gilbert, George Smithies
and C. M. V. Foster.
Amonsr those Dresent were: Cecil
Brown Jud-e Hart L W Hart Judge
"row n, juu3e wart, . w. wart. Juage
Whiting, Judge Wilcox, Professor!
Alexander, Captain John Ross. Allan j
Herbert. Horace Crabbe, W. F. Al-
len F- A- Schaefer, C. C. Brown, W.(
H- Cornwell. George W. Macfarlane,
Henry Macfarlane. H. W. Schmidt,!
G- w- Kln-. w- D- Monsarrat, J.
W. Wilcox. A. Dryer, J. O. Carter, W.
Lanz, Sam Allen, M. P. Robinson, W.
0. Smith, A. S. Cleghorn, J. A. Has
singer, E. S. Cunha, A. Hocking, John
Lucas, Andrew Brown. L. L. McCand-
lcss' J' M' cCandless, H.-E. Allen
a OTaer 0I wernor U0lc tne
government offices In the Capitol) Ing was the consmeratlon or the sug-
were dosed yesterday afternoon andlgestlon from the McKlnley Memorial,
thp flae .as half masted out of re-i Committee that the Association ar-
spect to the memory of the late!
Fmas Brown who dled on Monday
corning. The "deceased was a for-,
, . . , ,.,
mer member of the !. gislature.
Mrs. Whitney Dead.
News Las been received from the'
roa,t th.nt Mrs Marv T. Whitnev '
wfe Qf c George H whllneyJ
,ls boiIer dJed
'"petior vl u "'"'. "
at Red,ands, San Bernardino county,'
oa December i'l. The deceased leaves
behind her a husband and two small '
MEET AP ENJOY
fl SIKilAI hVrll Ntr
A social to which all the trained!
. nurse, of the city were invited was t
..., f . I T.-r t--l0 Ttr - ia'
held last night at the rocms of th
! - V n a i , Tctn ,Urfin-. Clark. E. O. Seabury, A. Anderson. J.i
SI !L- 4&.!a ? -blL'Jcson. Olaf Olsen. C X. Yahller.l
on Fort streeL
Mrs. E. W. Jordan,
H. C. Brown and Mrs. Emory,
A most delightful time was spent
and it was decided that a business
meeting should be held at a early
date at which as many trained nurses;
as possible should be present.
0ver fort-r tataUons hd been is-1
fruit drinks were served.
Among those present were the fol-
tawing: Mrs. E. W. Jordan. Mrs. H.
C. Brown. Mrs. Etnorr. Mrs. A. F.
Marx. Miss Hardiaee. Miss Tisdate,
Miss Sandos. Miss Edwards, Miss
' Zahn Miss Hudson aad others.
CLUB HONORS BURNS!
GRAND CELEBRATION ARRANGED ,
Anniversary of Poet's Birth to be ,
Occasion of Eloquence and Mel-'
ody Those Who Will Respond j
to Various Toasts.
The anniversary of the birth of
; Robert Burns, which occurs on Sat-
f Grda next- wl be celebrated in ap-
propriate and enthusiastic fashion by
the Scottish Thistle Club in the Elks'
h ,, , th .... of Beretania and!
Miller streets on Friday night, com-
mencing at S o'clock.
Arrangements for the grand affair
! have been about completed
'event promises to be a delightful
success. Talent has been rounded upj
and nearly all of the toasts have been ,
, r. Catlon w, respotld to ..The Im.
, mortal Memorv of Burns..; Unlted
states Judge M. M. Estee to "The!
President of the United States
British Commissioner W. R. Hoare
to ',KJns Elward and Queen Alexan-J
dra of Great Brita!n": Dr Sinclair,
ito "Thf Itnd nf Rnrns"r th Rev.
,. J ,, , . . T. . ..n-w r .
A,exander Mackintosh to "The Land
We Uve lD": PaSt Chief S' DaU
to "Our Past Chiefs"; Attorney Gen
tii cujuuuu r. uuie l I lie .l ,i
i and M. D. Macfarlane to "The Las-
! It has not yet been decided who
I tvi'l rocnnnrl r "Thn Brocs " 17 nnt.
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1 ton will he toast mnster. There will
be instrumental music, singing and'
recitation's galore The DHlinKham
1 " v
. ouartet will sine as will also Charlei
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Klctnn find nthoru lanrrii K" l.ir Hi:
' Plslnn inil nthara nanr-tra V n-n-lac
will accompany the singers 'on the
The Club Piper, R. McDonald Mar-'
.. rar. will execute a counle of dances.!
Highland Fling and the Ghllllej
r n qWnrrt rt-inre
T- McCant3 Stewart will
an address or. Burns; S. Beardmore
, will recite, and Burns "Epistle to the
j Haggis" will be recited. The haggis.
' the Scottish national dish, will be
prepared by Mrs. Mclntyre of Moa
nalua. WILL PLAY GAME
AT I CCfiri JITTA1.
MEMORIAL FUND BENEFIT
Scottish Players Will Fight a Picked .
Team on Oahu College Grounds j
of the Attractions.
May Be Onei
j A meeting of the directors of the
! Association Football League was
j held last night at the rooms of the J
Scottish Thistle Club.
The principal business ot tne meet-s
ran5e for a f00tba Same to b Pla-V;;
tor the benetu or tne memorial
U- a, p .. . . .. M'J
lt was decided by the directors!
that a game should be played be-,
tu'liAn flit 5inti)i tAftm in1 !t tiwm '
ninVen frnm f he , of the le.-,-,m. I
The game will take place when theiTbe clothes worn by the dead ma
. nt ,y, ia!m,a frhoo hr.r- heen '
,t was decIded that a request;
shouId be made to the 0ahu j, i
..u,,t- f- ti,- , .s ! I
ahoriUe, for the usof the Puna-;
hf .f?ud frt3 Lf, t thV
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It-was also decided that a request)" ' , , .- f
l should be made for the band to play J J1 faHed reveal where the maa
Int the game as an .dditional attrac-Sbad been shoL
! Victims of Police Dragnet.
Arrests matte hv the nollce denart-
J3621 yesterday Included the follow
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. l.n.n' A"-ln rUtr, ral.r..'
Caar Garcia. Attara Colon. vagran.;;r J0!"
1 . XiS TIMrtII KKmrr iniliM-ATt .
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Martin Hansen. H. Mahlmaa. W. O-
t t r-, it i t. -.i t..i. (
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ooauy nana. .n ivai. neeuiess, onr -
tag. and R. ManttahL malicious ml-1
Dr. Walters Greatly Improved.
Dr. Go. Herbert, the attending t
physician of Br. St. D. G- Walters.
Wa'iers- is now pronounced out
Unidentified Remains of Han
Supposed to be Sailor
MONEY ON PERSON UNT0UGHED
( Rerolrer Partialir Loaded is Foaad
M Far From thft
and thew '"w, s "4" "
Returns Verdict cf Suicide of
John Doe, "True Name to This
Jury Being Unknown. But Iden
tity Kncwn" An Irish Opinion.
Is another murder mystery to Im
added to the already extended Itet
UO tue almost decompose, f
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mains of what was believed to toe a
whlte sal,or' foUHd Kaba,W J"
flict with an unknown and mysterious
assailant, or was the grewsemt uo
the direct result of a deSfKwdent
.... .... ..
mind sent unon set itestrucuoa?
Tnefie Q"96"0118 confronted the
police deportment, aad six bis
lected to act as a coroner's irr af-
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.. .t t..
Ler iue; nuu vitjweu ia- (nwuoi v
man, found dead, aad
t,Bd,r"1 a1most "nrecogalwible b
exposure to the elements. The body
lav in the trench ef a sorghum fleWk
and between rows of cane. It w
found within one hundred ami ftfty
i yards of -the premises ef Mrs. Grace
' at Moan&lua.
j Body Found In the Cane.
While a man named Taylor was
crossing the fields yesterday after
noon to resume his labora In the rice
mill, his attention was arrested by
the presence of a- very proaouaced
odor. As he neareii the spot wher.
' lald be corPso tB? neh became
almost unbearable. Taylor's cnrlosf-
ty was aroused, however, and Investi
gation soon resulted in his coming
upon the body of a roan stretched out
In the closely growing cane.
The man immediately hastened to
the nearest telephone and BOtlflcd
the police. Officer Mutapher was te-
r nntnhoil tn ttta erfn0 Tf FakMl
. . . M .. arHtl at
Coroner Chilhngworth ami a jurv.
The party reached the place short
ly after 3 o'clock. A jury consisting
of J. L. Ahlo. Ben Vlckers. Henry
Giles. Fred Weed and H. M. Ayres
took 'a rather long range Inspection
of th bodv owln to the odors or-
meatln5 the district for a coasidera-
Qod Amost Unrecognizable.
' ' '
, ,nf. ho;L,,,r I
most featureless, and was hUckened
- ,..kU . Am.
qay. i He uj iwie ncij iewi-
b!aQCe to bfnS "3t Of a White HWB.
er evidently those beioagtag to a
'sailor. There was- absolutely aoth-
lag upon the person to Identify the
But a few feet from where Uio ooot
r of 32 calibre. There were wl
'kS cartridgee la the Mp
XWa nlnaaut awx .( Uma a.Miflt
no Means ot idcn.inc-.wn.
The man was dressed la dark tro-
sers. woolen shirt, felt hat. aad shoe
' of common manufacture. He also
t wore a leather belt such as to uni
l hvr 11r wrxwr nDr Tm ran ..
" "J """ ' .. .w in.
etS f tfa de&d " WS" 5" In Sll
name, hence offered no clew.
T"4 C, 7 4cm""3 'ac l-f,
ret,red. a hlrt distance away ami
After viewing the remains the jnry
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-. w4wajfB " fnj . i t .a
Ta.vlor. were examined. Th !,,!
i. : ,. ., ,. -
Jfc J ev ;d"nee to offer Bare tor
j the finding of the remains and the re-
I volver. Neither hul ever seen the
man before. Arrordiagly a verdict
of death, caused bv a selMnfltetixl
wound, was rendered.
In the coroner's verdict the dead
or baut the 12th day of January
from a gun-shot wound self Iflictd "