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TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, JU?IS St, 1901.
ROYAL KID GLOVES, hd"best made for atyls.dlt and "durability.
Every pair guaranteed. Al sizes In White, Blaok and shades of Tan.
Price per pair, $1.25. (
Sachs' Grey Mocha Glove, ' In nil sizes.
Sachs' Real Capo Driving Glove. "Price per pair, $1.50.
UNDRESSED KID GLOVES. i , j I :
Sachs Heal Suede Gloves, 3-button length, a very stylish glove and
guaranteed In every way; jji black and white. Price per "pair, $1.75. , ,
1 KAYSMi SILK GLOVES." : I
These gloves are exceptionally hard wearers and double-tipped. Ev
ery pair guaranteed. In black, white and pongee shades. Price per
pair, C5 cents.
SUEDE LISLE GLOVES. " ".
A stylish and well-fitting glove, 2-clasp, white and shade of grey.
Per pair, 60 cents. . 4
SILK WASH GLOVES.
An Ideal hot weather glove, black and white. Price per pair, $1.00.
LADIES' SILK MITTS.
In black and white. Per pair, 40 cents and upwards.
Stylish and well-made suits for men, women and children.
Ladles Alpaca bathing suits $3.75
Misses Alpaca bathing suits, all sizes $2.75
Men's bathing suits, 2 pieces, all sizes $1.25
Boys swimming tights i0c.
Sachs' ladles' jersey-ribbed vests, low neck, all sizes, remarkable
ralue at the price, 10c. and 15c.
1 1 W DOT HH (!0. ID.,
Cor Fort and
FIvAQS, BAILOONS $
Wall, Nichols Company, Ltd
THE STAR GIVES THE OFFICIAL COUNT OF THE VOTE BY DIS
TRICTS AND PRECINCTS FOR ALL CANDIDATES VOTED FOR IN
THIS COUNTY AT LAST TUESDAY'S ELECTION IN THIS FORM
THEY CAN BE STUDIED.
EXACT INTERPRETATION OF A FEW HAWAIIAN WORDS ..WHICH
ARE FOUND IN MANY DEEDS'UECOMES A MATTER OF IMPORT
ANCE TO, OWNERS OF PROPERTY 'ALONG NUUANU AND OTHER
STREAMS THROUGHOUT THE TERRITORY.
The correct translation of the Ha- incision as 'wnena o ka kahawal (In
wallan -words "i kahawal" or "1 ka ne middle of the stream) Is never used
kahawal' and "ma ka kaliawal" have he. 'a that the distances, par-
. , , , . . . .. tlcularly In the case of the two kule-
become an Issue of Importance In the ftnas under consI(leraUoni do not tnke
matter of settling the title' to land In to the .present center of the stream
Nuuanu valley, for which the estate does not make any material difference.
of S. G. Wilder, Limited, petitioned for My experience Is that the compass sur-
a title. Lyfe A. Dickey, examiner of veyors or fify years ago rarely extend-
.i u , ed tllelr courses to the middle of the
."" , V , . 4 8trea,n- but nI"'nya terminated them
DAILY STOCK REPORT
In wWch the phrases In question are
Interpreted to mean to the "edge of
stream," while other opinions are that
the middle of the stream Is the boun
dary line Intended to be Indicated.
C. Alexander court surveyor, has made
a report to Judge Weaver of the land
court giving the following:
"The examiner's translations 'along
edge of stream,' and "down edege of
stream' are certainly wrong, for neith
er the words llhl (edge) or makat
nt polntts where a compass could be
easily set up."
Alexander quotes a decision by Judge
Cooley to the following effect: "There
never was ony doubt that, except on
the large navigable rivers the boun
dary of the owners of the banks Is
the middle line of the river; and while
some courts have held that this was
the rule on oil fresh water streams,
large and small others have held to
(down) are used In either of these the doctrine that the title to the bed
"that the expressions '1 ka kahawal'
and 'ma ka kahawal' were Intended to
mean to the center of the stream and
along the' center of the stream I think
In most cases Is hardly open to doubt.
These are the expressions always used
of the stream below low water mark Is
In the state, while conceding to the
owners of the banks all riparian
The proposition affects many owners
of real property along streams or
rivers In the Territory, aa there are
In the original kuleana surveys for numerous titles which contain the
describing boundaries along a stream, same phrases as are used In the title
Except In rare Intances, such an ex- under examination.
C, Brewer & Co $
Ewa Plan. Co 2S.75
Hawaiian Agrl SC. 50
Haw. Com S8.00
Haw. Sugar Co
Honokna Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co "ICO. 00
Klhel Plan. Co 10.25
Koloa Sugar Co '
McBryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co 30.00
. Oln.a - 5,00
jOlowalu Sugar Co 75.00
Pioneer Mill Co
Wulalua Agr Co C4.00
Walmanalo Sugar Co. .. 150.00
Walmea Sugar Co. . 42.50
Wilder S. S. Co
Inter iRland S. N. Co
'Hawaiian Electric 107.50
Hon. R. T., pfd...,
Hon. R. T., com...,
Oahu Railway 77.00
Haw Ter. 4s 101.00
Cal. & Haw. Sug. Rf
Hawaiian Com. Cs 102.00
Ewa Cs 100.00
Haiku Sugar Cs 102.00
, Hawaiian Sugar Cs 102.00
Hon. Rap. Transit Cs.... IOC. 00
Kahuku Cs 100.00
Oahu Railway Cs v 104.2.".
Oahu Sugar Cs 101.00
Olaa Sugar Co. Cs
Pala Plan Cs .' 102.00
Pioneer Mill Gs
. AValalua Agr Co. Cs 101.00
The following. Is the vote by precinct for those county officers elected
by a general vote of the county. Brown, Henry and Poepoe were the candi
dates for sheriff; Kahalepuna and Kalauokalanl fore, ounty clerk; Blcknell
and Makalnai' for andltor; Douthltt and Watson for 'attorney; Booth and
Trent for treasurer; and Adams and Fernandez for supervisor at large. '
rf - ' i
s i 1 1 1
2 5 a a
n W w w
1 ICS 38 62 99 158
2 166 63 31 45 206
3 146 48 115 122 174
4 235 58 93 93 277
5...., 113 55 116 112 156
6 199 67 55 69 226
7 8 10 13 14 13
8 167 69 28 36 215
9 112 27 145 151 121
10 112 48 70 79 149
90 139 122
47 114 147
124 170 130
110 1C9 203
115 135 133
41 96 159
151 .108 157
Precinct 1 15
Precinct 2 49
Precinct 3, 95
Precinct 4 59
Precinct 5 22
Precinct 6 122
Precinct 7 64
Precinct 8 108
Precinct 9 148
Precinct 10 ,132
Precinct 11 78
473 728 820 1698 1699 828 1666 850 1171 1265 1516 962
24 195 184
35 211 182
44 115 108
62 178 185
30 97 81
114 ' 96
218 103 222
154 160 120
206 137 201
114 64 127
Total 1032 387 1228 1067 1223 1014 1265 1047 1121 1032 1217 963 1288
Grand Total 245S 860 1956 1887 2921 2713 2093 2713 1971 2203 2482 2479 2250
For additional tables see Page 3.
ftfl I fl-1 tV t --1 A t -r 1 1-1 -ft t AA.
The argument of A. G. M. Robertson ,
for 'plaintiff in the libel suit of Ballou
against Parker was concluded this af
ternoon at about half past two, and
Judge Lindsay at once began reading
his instructions to the Jury. The cafe
coupled all of the Inst two weeks and
all of this week so far. In closing
Jlobortson called especial attention of
the jury to the permanence of the al
legel libel, declaring that It was set
forth In Imperishable records of the
First Circuit Court and would remain
for the perusal of all future genera
tions ns the sworn statement of Sam
Parker. He also declared that the
prominence of Parker in the comraut
Ity made the libel specially damaging,
and he urged that the plaintiff was en
titled to a substantial verdict. The
Jury Is now out.
STOCKS THIS AFTERNOON. .
The following transactions were re
ported at the afternoon session of the
stock exchange today: On board 10
Ewa nt $28,875; between boards 2 O. R.
& L. Co., bonds nt $104.76; 3 O. R. & L.
THE WILL OP
CASTIRON PROVISIONS, ABOUT
GEORGE ALLEN IN THE ONE
WHICH WAS PROBATED.
Some careful examination of the will
Of the late S. C. Allen and the probate
records In his case are being made
with a view to preparing for a possible
contest of the will by George C. Allen,
who has returned to Honolulu after
a long absence and is reported to have
employed Attorney Alexander of San
Francisco to Investigate the matter for
him. The Allen estate was a very big
one and George Allen had large ex
pectations in it at one time. S. C.
Allen made a number of wills, In some
of which the possible contestant Is be
lieved to have been well remembered.
The one which was probated has the
following to say as toilm: m
"I give, devise and bequeath unto
George C. Allen, late of Honolulu
aforesaid and now supposed to be of
Seattle, State of Washington, the sum
of one dollar and expressly direct and
provide that said George C. Allen shall
otherwise receive nothing whatsoever,
either directly or Indirectly from my
estate or any part of portions thereof.
And I expressly declare to all whom It
may concern that I owe the said
George C. Allen nothing and have exe
cuted no Instrument or writing what
soever under which he could or would
receive and profit, benefit or emolu
ment whatsoever excepting certain
prior, wills which are hereby expressly
annullel, and excepting certain unre
corded articles of adoption dated No
vember 12, 1877 between myself and
my wife Bathsheba M. Allen on the
one part and said D. K. Fyfe on the
other part whereby I and my said wife
assume to adopt the said George C.
Allen as our own child and as to said
articles of atoptlon I do hereby de
clare that I hnve repudiated and do
hereby repudiate said articles of adop
tion as being Illegal void and of no
effect among other reasons for that
the same are unrecorded and for that
said George C. Allen has failed, neg
lected and refused to perform the
obligations imposed- upon him under
and by virtue of said article of adop
tion and otherwise and by gross mis
conduct hns ceased to have any claim
morally o otherwise upon my estate
or bounty by virtue of said article
or otherwise. And I hereby declare
that the devise of One Dollar herein
made to the said George C. Allen Is
all that I leave to him of my estate
real, personal or mixed and this is my
will respecting George C. Allen even
though the said articles of adoption
are legal and in full force and effect."
The probated will was filed In April
1903, a few days after the death of Al
len. It was witnessed by W. A. Kin
ney, G. H. Robertson and E. A. R.
Ross. George Allen was away at the
time and no contest was offered. Be
yond the examination of the records
which is now going on nothing has
been done to start a contest yet, but it
Is said that there may soon be a move
to open the matter.
THE VOTE AT LAHAINA.
LAHAINA, June 21. The result of
the election on Tuesday In Lahalna
was as follows:
Supervisor AVllllam Hennlng, 164.
Sheriff W. E. Saffrey, 116; T. B. Ly.
ons, 87; J. W. Kalua, 36.
County Clerk Win. F.' Kaae, 155; G.
H. Cummlngs, 78,
Auditor Chas. W. Wilcox, 151; D. H.
County Attorney D. H. Case, 135; J.
M. Vivas, 98.
County Treasurer L. M. Baldwin,
155; C. Crow-ell, SI.
Deputy Sheriff C. R. Lindsay, 150;
William White. 89,
Co.," bonds at $104.75; 2 O. R. & L. Co.,
bonds at $104.75; 15 Pioneer at $150,
STANLEY DOLLAR IS COMING."
The S. S. Stanley Dollar left I'uget
Sound June 19 for Honolulu after
load of Japanese laborer.
IN ALASKA MEANS
NEW LIGHT ON AN INTERESTING
AND LITTLE UNDERSTOOD SUB
JECT BADGE OF CLAN OR TRIBE
(Continue from page one)
WHY NOT RENT A
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX .' ' .
In a modern steel vaJIt
and feel that your valu
ables are secure?
FIVE DOLLARS a.
year pays for one. Call
and see us about It.
Thursday, June 22.
Am. bark Annie Johnson, Nllson, foe
San Francisco at 2 p. in.
Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, for Koloa at J
Per bark Annie Johnson, June 22,
for San Francisco F. C. Sheldon anl
wife, Mrs. Watts and child, Miss Rea
gan. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HOAOK.U SUGAIl COMPANY.
It Is Interesting to note that totem
Tsm Is found not only in Alaska, but
among the North American Indians,
the aborigines of Australia, the Hot
tentots of Africa and even the hill
tribes of India. Totems are also com
mon among the Somoans.
Broadly, the totem Is the badge rf.
n olan or t'-lbe; but It signifies a great
dpal more than mere political or social
alliance. It Is not only a tribal em
blem, but also a family signal; not
merely a symbol of nationality; but
also an expression of religion; not sim
ply a bond of union among primitive
people but.jilso a regulator of tlTe mar
riage laws'iind of other social institu
tions, says a wrjter In the House keeper.
A totem has been defined as "a class of
material objects which a savage re
gards with superstitious respect, believ
ing that there exists between him and
every member of the class an intimate
and special relation."
Among the OJlbway Indians there
are no fewer than twenty-three dif
ferent totems. Nine of these are
quardrupeds, making out the wolf, the
bear ,the beaver and other clans, eight
are birds, five are fishes nnd one Is the
-Some extraordinary superstitions re
garding totems prevail in Samoa Thus
it is believed that If a Turtle-man eats
of a turtle, he will grow very 111 and
the voice of the turtle will be heard In
his Inside, says: "He ate me; I am
killing him." If a Banana-mon uses a
banann leaf- for a cap be becomes bald.
If a Butterfly-man catches a butterfly
it strikes him dead. If a Fowl-man
eats a fowl, delirium and death result.
And so on all going to show that tho
totem has something of the quality of
a fetich as well as the significance of
a family emblem.
Regarding totemlsm, It Is noted that
the relation of mutual help and pro
tection Includes nlso the totem Itself;
that Is to say, if a man tnkes care of
his totem, he expects the totem to re
turn the compliment. If the totem is
a dangerous animal. It must not hurt
his clansmen. The Scorpion-men at
Senegnmbla declare that the most
deadly scorpions will run over their
bodies without hurting them. There
In a Snake clan In Australia which
holds to a similar belief. Among tho
Crocodile clan of the Bechuanas it a
man is bitten by a crocodile, or even
has water splashed on him by one, he
Is expelled from the clah as one es
teemed unworthy by the totem.
from travelers from every part of the
world for never has there been a
travel sated appetite so Jaded that it
"could resist the beauties of glimpses
of ocean nd woodland between the
vistas of eucalyptus and kiawe with
which Tantalus is clothed.
There will be two
Notice is hereby given that the Stock
Books of the Honokaa Sugar Company
will be closed to transfers from th
23rd to the 30th Inst., Inclusive.
Honolulu, June 22, 1903.
MAKAHA COFFEE CO., LTD.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
propositions for , jiakaha Coffee Co.. Ltd.. will be held.
prospective purchasers of tho Tantalum on Monday, June 26, 1905, at 3 o'.cloclc
wood. The Coney estate will consider Vi m,( nt the onlce o Jag F- jiorgan
offers either for the trees as they stand Honolulu.
or If the purchasers prefer, tho estate ' (Signed) JAS. A. LOW,
will cut and cord the wood on the land. Secretary.
Much of the forest to be sold will be 1 Honolulu, Julie 22, 1905.
difficult of access for along by the '
and In other, places the
hauling of the felled timber to the road
will be attended by considerable diffi
culty even after the roads are con
structed. There Is a story behind the deforest
ation of the Tantalus slopes which will
be remembered with regret by some of
the older citizens. The trees were
planted many yetfrs ago by Commis
sioner Jaeger, then of the Department
of Agriculture, on the understanding
that the land belonged to the govern
ment. Thus the peak of Tantalus, the
land surrounding the lake beyond the
peak, the edge of Manoa and the head
or Pauoa were beautified at an expense
to the public which will now be losls
There have been different proposi
tions for the public acquisition of the
Coriey property but they came to
The appeal to the woodman to "spar
that tree" will come a little late now
for the glory of Tantalus seems to be
destined for the woodpile.
AVILL GO TO SAN FRANCISCO
GO ON DRY D6CK WILL
STATIONED AT HONOLULU.
Opening of the "PAUAHI WING."
The Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
will be pleased to receive the public
of Honolulu on Friday afternoon, June
23rd 1903, from 2 to 5 o'clock, to Inspect
the new "Pauahl Wing," named nfter
the late Hon. Mrs. Pauahl Bishop.
I The Executive Committee of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
. First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
I At Chambers. In Probate.
' In the Matter of the Estate of Isaac
H. Sherwood, of Honolulu, Oabu. De
ceased. ' Order of Notice of Hearing Putltloi
On Reading nnd IMing the Petition
of David Sherwood of Honolulu, uahu,
son of sa'd Intestate, alleging that
Isaac H. Sherwood, of Honolulu, Oahu,
died Intestate at Honolulu, Oahu, oa
, the 3rd day of November, A. D. 1901,
leaving property In the Hawaiian Isl
ands necessary to be administered up
on, and praying that Letters of Ad-
j ministration Issue to John D. Paris.
It Is Ordered that Monday, the lOtlt
day of July, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a.
i m., be and hereby Is appointed for
! hearing said Petition in the Court
TO Room of this Court at Honolulu, Oahu,
nt which time and place all persuia
( concerned may appear and show caus?,
! If any they have, why said Petition
i should not be granted, and that notice
' of this order be published In the Eng
lish language, once a week, for three
successive weeks, In the Hawaiian
Star, newspaper in Honolulu,
i Dated at Honolulu. June 1st, 1905.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR..
Second Judge of the Circuit Court of
i the First Circuit.
i Attest: WM. R. SIMS,
It Is, expected that the cableshlp Re
storer will go to San Francisco within
the course of a couple of months. The
vessel will have to be sent to the dry
dock for a cleaning. She has been in
the waters of the warmer climes for
some time, so her bottom Is getting
foul. She will not go to San Francisco
to be stationed for Honolulu is to be Cerk of' the 11 Court of the First
.meie is usu u pusHiuimy mat Hue j
may bo subsequently sent to Shanghai i
for dry docking, ns the cost of that
operation forms a material considera
tion, and the dry docking at Shanghai
Is understood to be considerably less
than that In San Francisco.
IN .POLICE CASE
GRAND JURY HAS COMPLETED
ITS INVESTIGATION OF THE
There will be no indictment of any
of those In charge at the police station,
on account of the matter of the Mul
leltner salary warrant, which was
mysteriously cashed for a larger sum
than Mulleltnor claims to havo either
earned or received. The Grand Jury
completed Its Investigation of William
Henry or any of the others concerned.
The jury will make Us final report to
morrow and will be dlsoharged by
Judge De Bolt. New Indictments will
be found, It Is stated, against tho Jap
anese of Honolulu Plantation who were
Indicted for conspiracy to Incite a
strike, etc., tho former indictment hav
ing been knocked out.
Tha S. S. Alameda Is duo tomorrow
morning from San Francisco. She
will have four days later mall.
4ts June 1. S, 15, 22.
ANNIE JOHNSON SAILED TODAY.
Tho bark Annie Johnson got away
for San Francisco nt 2 o'clock this af
ternoon. She had 27,500 bags of su
gar and some empty drums, barrels
and carboys. She had five passengers,
J. C. COHEN, Manager.
Commencing FRIDAY EVENING,
June 23, every evening and Saturday
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!
AN OLD STORY.
"Van Brush says he Is wedded to his
"Yes," answered Miss Cayenne. "But
they don't get on very well together.
The Halelwa Hotel, Honolulu's fa
mous country resort, on the line of the
Oahu Railway, contains every modern
Improvement nnd affords Its guests an
opportunity to enjoy all amusements
golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and salt
water bathing, shooting, fishing, riding
and driving. Tickets, including rail
way fare and one full days room and
board, are sold at the Honolulu Statlor.
and Trent & Company for $5. For de
parture of trains, consult time table.
On Sundays, tho Hnlelwa Limited, a
two hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.j
returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10
M. B. CURTIS, Proprietor and Mgr.
Presenting an entirely new repertoire
of high class Vaudeville.
Princess Chlnqullln, nn Indian of
Royal blood In Indian songs nnd Indian
The Sensation of Four Continents,
tho Debonair Conjuror. Reno the
Great In Magic up-to-dnto. Presenting
a Coquet of mystical novelties culmin
ating with tho bewildering Illusions
Kntclna the fight through space anil
Lurllne the crentlon of woman.
Major A. Edward Newell the Cow
boy Juggler. Newest pictured melodies.
New York's T.atest Biographical craze
The Count's Dilemma.
Ernest L. Barbour, Humorist, Mono
loglst, Impersonator and Imitator.
Popular Prices: 76, 60, 3Bo; box saftts,
$1.00. Reserved seRts nt Orpheum Box
n V ir'n