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Only Court Can Inter
pret Acts of Lower
TROUBLE ARISES OYER
House Only Wants $15000 for Re-
maining Expenses of Legislature
Senate Characterized as
It begins to look as though the Sen
ate nnrt House would be nt loggerhead
cry shortly. When the House met
this morning It was to hnd the follow-
lng communication awnltlng them (mm
"Uy direction of the Senate, I here-1
with return House bill No. 4 with nd-
Nice that the amendments of the Sen-
ate thereto hating received the pfllr-
mauve tote oi n ninjornj oi a qiioruiu
. , ...
of jour honorable body, the Senate re-
garus sucii amenumenis ns nimng iieen
duly concuncd ln under the provisions
of the Organic Act and more partlcil-1
larlj section 22 thereof."
Them was a deal of talk In the House '
before the body came to order abnut
the power of the Senate to pass decl-
slon on the acts of the House. Some
incmbeis declared that It was only the
comts tint could Interpret the acts of
the House nnd It was Jn unwarrantable
plicc of arrogrfuce for the Scnnte to i
end such n communltatlon, especially
ns ihei had nut first submitted the
point to the Attuinej (Jcncral for hit.,
opinion. , Tlic Honolulu Lodge of ElkB met nt
After the roll call, which found It- prngre88 hall last night In social ses
tle more than a quorum present, tho slon , honor of i:xaIted uier Dr. C.
first thing that came up was the &en-i D Coopcl ,xno Ieft to(ioy by the Zeal
ates -opinion or 'decision on the'nn(,a for nn cxtcn(bd trlp on tno
effect of the ote of the House Dickey Ma)nlaml, The occasion marked tho
sarcastically remarked that It was onon gh watcr mark of Elk happness nnd
of the most remakabU events of tho ,, nlnett ln Honolulu. Tho
century. " hat business has the Sen- orignuiUy of nn uik function Is ono
ate to nciuse us. H is as-mucn as to saj
that we do not know tow to attend to
our own business, u iney consuier ,lh , h nsul,pressed laughter
that the bill Is passed, why don t they d merrment. The derartlng Exalted
send It to the Governor. hat do they Uulcr ftas hen a royal Bcml ofr
send It back here for. If our action. Tbo refre8hmcnts were of the t-plcal
cpneuned In their nniindmfnt. that 1'Elk 80rt ad were gencd ln regUatioa
nil that Is neceftary. The fact Is that E( gt ,e Tuc exchequer of the order
section 22 and section l of the Organic wng 8ncllc(, , le lllr8t,ng point by
Act both state erj plainly that a bill, th0 nuraber ot the flne8 assessed
upon Its flnal passoge must receUc tho n8t the boJg for lcinf, t00 gay or
amrmatlve votes of a majority of nil I M(1. ,00 funly or too ghim. t00
the members to whlcn inch house Is gnir.r, or t00 dull: too big or too llttla;
entitled to be tniun uy ajes am noes
and entered on the Journal. A bill Is
not finally parsed until all amendments
pioposed by either House nro dlspo-
ed of bj both houses cither by agree-
lug to the amendments or withdrawing
them. And when a bill then comes up
for flnal passage It requires sixteen
votes to pats It In this House,
itcs to pats It in tnis House. , mniked by wisdom and Jus
The Sneaker remarked thnt he had !,.? ,,, . . .i.ij , h,. ,,,
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UO KtlUWtl imi blUU Ui MCiiuua iiii
"House of I.ord" up there wants this
House to take.
Emmeluth bald that he wns not op
posed to $20,000 If It vvic needed, but
he had not been able to find out that
It was needed. He said he fully agreed
with Mr. Dickey as to the Insolence of
the Senate and moved that the Senate
be given back their communication j;ot f0r a j0ng time has there been
and asked for a conference or a state- gmi, an immense crovvd nt the depar
niont of where the extra $5000 was tlMC 0f the Klnnu as was picsent this
needed. Later he statPd that he hacl j moinng. xho popular boat crowded
sent a note to Mr. Crnbbe. chairman l ttth merry excursionists pulled out of
of the Senate Committee on Account her slip and for once the band Instead
and asked him where the $20,000 came of plalng the steamer off played n
iu nnd Crabbe was not able to tell him, t good be to the ciowds on the wharf,
sa) thing that the secretary had noti Ti,eic wns a profusion of lels and
jet made up the figures. J tle throwing of floweis as tho vessel
Emmeluth declared thnt the House cft ule wharf wns a very pretty sight,
was entitled to know what wns pro- commodore liecklej has a surprise
pohed to lie clone with the money, nnd ( gt0ro or the passengers. He has
until that time he would not vote for ,ad the saloon most Bumptiously d'
the $20,000. orated with malle. foms nnd Hags lu-
Paele was for acceding to the amend- teispersed with pink electric lights so
ment of the Sennte ind claimed thntltht It resembles n fairy bower,
the Senate was right In Its contention An morning people weie turned away
about a simple majority being sum- flunl the office disappointed, as they
clcnt. 'could-nut purchase tickets for Hllo.
Avlett then moved thnt the House' -lle room on both the Klnnu and Clau
recede from Its ncincoicuricnco In the ,no t0,,, have been sold twlco over
,s the passage of
j tTnn lilll flnnllv
this motion would pans thc bill flnnlly,
the nves and noes were called with the
tame old tesult. This Is the thlnl time
u vote has been taken on the Senate
amendment nnd e-aeh time the vote, has
juttar-nve Wvllle St.
F 'K A b ON
Beietama, King, Prospect,
Anapuni and other Streets
A neat little Cottage on
W6od.lt In favor of It, but each time
Me fourteen has been composed of dif
ferent men. Those voting for It today
were Aylett, Kwnllko, Hlhlo, Kaau
wal, Raulmakaolc, Kanlho, Kawalhoa,
Kcllrt, Kclllkoa, Mahoe, Makalnal,
Jeaman, Paele and the Speaker 14.
Those opposed: Dickey. 'Emmeluth,
Nallima and Pmtkl I. The following
were, absent: Ahull), Deckley, Gllfll
Ian, Haaheo, Hoogs, Kckaula, Kumalae,
Makekau, Monsarrat, Prendergast,
Rdftertson and Wilcox. As scleral of
theae would have voted for It, an at
tempt will be made to get them out thU
itternoon and reconsider the ote.
lowecr, only the fear men that voted
"no" are ellglblo to move a reconsider
ation, but'Emmeluth promised to make
the motion In case he could get the
figures Iron the Bejule that he wanted.
Ewallko tried tOfeet la a Motion to
reconsider; but the Speaker ruled him
out of oNcr as he had cot voted on the
prevAlK aide,, " W ,
John, AYlsft declared hewould resign
this afternoon if they did not pass the
bill and there Is a strong sentiment, to
get tho bill through even at the Sen
ate's figures, "advice" and nil, owing to
the fact that none of the officers of the
Legislature have received any pay for
otver three weeks now.
Tho third defeat of the amendment
put the House In a quandary. A mo
tion to adjourn, to take a recess, to
adjourn for three dajs followed each
other In quick succession nnd were all
voted down. Tlnnlly a compromise
was effected nnd a recess taken until
2 o'clock, after the House had been
In session a little less than an hour,
The Scnntc has not jet sent their
bill down and unless It comes down
before: o'clock, the Houso will hac to
adjourn again. Tho members of tho
House nro getting more and more tired
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niu i-. ... .m.'j ...w.v .
or tnc way tne aennie is acting ccryi
dny. Emmeluth declared that he wna
in ror passing me diiis at any ngurc so
long ns they passed. He wants to get
out of It. And it is safe to sny a mn -
I Jorlty of the House feel the same way.
Tor groceries ring up Illuo 911.
EXALTED 1ER COOPER
of ,,, chcf ,iatnctong of tho order,
, . nlht ,ho ,,, wa, B,lrci,argcd
,()0 fa, of t00tllln. t00 IonR wnticd or
too brief: too eioqum and tuneful or
Bllcnt and hoarse
Tbo (, f pre8dlll
nne ... ... nioy brilliant t
g officers was
one of the most brilliant that over held
swuy over a festive herd of antler toss
ing Elks The line was founded early
In the evening uy Annul vviiucr. ins
B0 gleat ttag thc ,Cmuiul for accompio -
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, ,ln...B iBnv beonle who would oth-
i ,,, u r,i .i.ini. n nn iinim- immtht
,cci- I)!lR8age so as to uo sure of getting
ii boa ill the boats.
The Clnudlno will leave this after -
lii'oi lit '5 o'clock and the steamer
Maul with accommodations for Bovernl
cabin pabsengeiB levves for Hawaii
ports at the name tlmo this afternoon.
FREB DELIVERY OP MAIL..
' "J. W, Ei win, superintendent of
fiee dcllveiy In the Western DIvIbIou
Is cMietted to uirive hv the next steam
er from, the Coast," said Louis Kanuko
OTF FOR HILO RAGES
itoilaj. 'When he mes. It muy ba i , lalmt-il that It maclo no difference, as
that iheie will be some definite Informal me Injunction order took effect the
tlun obtainable concerning tho pros- dny t tta8 issued.
Ipccts for flee delivery In Honolulu. I The Court disposed of tho point with
i Wo know nothing nt the post offlco tho remark that the defendants asked
i about tho mutter. Accoidlng to tho lo-, to have tho Injunction dismissed be
leal riovvsiupciH, the houses uro number- tn,B0 they hud obejed It.
'ed the stieets nil havo sidewnlks and Anothia point was th it tho complaint
me lUI.Ud and tho luriiem bnvti been acrred thnt there were thirteen trus
. tiltitcd If these things are truo, we I tCes of Kaumnkaplll tliunli, and only
know nothing about It at hcadquaiteiB twelvo nppeared as plaintiffs and thnt
I but hope to atctrtiiln on tlyi arilval of therefore there was a non-Joinder 'lo
'Ml Ei win
I Coroners Jury HlttlnC
The Ccu oner's Jury to Inquire Into
tlio accident which itsultcd In the
death of the Jupaucbe em Emma stiect
last night is now In session. 'lh Juiy
1 Ih composed nt the follow Int," ll, U A
Peteison, Geo. Glbhs, Henry Giles, W.
1 Love, J. A, Jones and It. A. Dexter.
If von don't want a hcatlncho, drink
Gieen River whisky at the Pantheon.
Order at Four .
MILITARY AND POLICE
1 TO BE IN ATTENDANCE
4 4 ,
Short Sketch of- Life of tu'e Brilliant
Lawyer and a Man of
The flag on the EOernmcnt building
floats at halt mast toil.iy In respect tn'tlon ond demurrer of iCfcndanta should
the memory of 1'aul Neumann who died ,
last night at his home on King stiect,1
This public tribute of respect comes'
from the sen Ices of the deceased ns
Attorney (Jcueral during the reign of.
The funeral of I'aul Neumann will be
held this nftertioon from the Masonic
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n-n....t H.I ..111 l. Ik l.nKn It'll I
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"am ll. origin, or Hawaiian i-ouge.
i i u iuusu uu ujivuvu uc o..,u
' o'clock, at which hour the cortege from
itho homo will arrive. A drum corps at
luv iiuwuiicui -uuuuui ijuuiii, a juiii
tary company and a platoon of police
will bo ln waiting. Iho pall bearers
chosen to bear the remains of the dis
tinguished lavvjer to his last testing
place nrc: A. S. Hartwell, P. JL
Hatch, Jddgo M. M. Estec. Judge Whit
ing, W. O. Irwin, Col. A. (J. Hnwcs, Au
di evv Urown nnd J, A. Hasslngcr,
The music will be under tho direction
uv viu u, u.uw. ...v ......-.
of Wrny Tajlor who ims proviclecl tno
following quartet: Mlihi Hogeis, MlM
Von Holt, Arthur Wall and Judge
Ihc death of Mr. Neumann occurred
this morning nt 2:15 o'clock after .'
very brief Illness. The members of
the family present at tho tlmo were.
Mrs. Neumann, Mrs. Kocke, a daughter,
Mrs, Saucedo, mother of Mrs. Neu
mann, Messrs. W. P. C. Hassou nnj
Herman Kocke and bis brothcr-In-bivv
While It was known thnt Mr. Neu
mann vvns not In tho best of health,
bis serious Illness was not known mid
only )csterday, tho Court asked At
torney General Dolo to appoint- I'nul
Neumann as assistant In tho prosecu
tion of the case against W. O. Stnltb.
Paul Neumann was torn In Prussia,
December 12. 1838. He came with his
parents when quite oung to the United
states ami witn tnciu, semen on tuo
i'uclllc Coast, no was married m ihi"
'" '''"W.B"i?i .J.h" L ,.U.rV,,:.faJ!?;
&.IU nvuui.iff tuun i,uwv u, -u .,,,.1,
street. San Pranclsco. the ceremony
being performed by the Chief Justice Tuo athletic sports In connection
of California. Tho thirty-first nnnlve.-. !,., the closing of lolunl College will
sary of the wedding was celebrated at takp place on t10 campus this after
tho Neumann home last week. Tlio oon, beginning at 3 o'clock, Tho pub
children aro Eva. tho eldest daughter., uc . er,ially invited to attend. Tho
who married Alfred Povvler of Ln- follow InR program haa been arranged:
gllnd; 'inez, tho second daughter, m.ir- j, ono Hundred Yard (open) Ah
rled to W. P. C. Unison; Anita, thoSanKi p, chnng. Chow Chang. Kahaku,
third daughter, married to Herman ,j Kca, Kin Pong.
Pocke; Paul, the eldest son, now In . 2 0ne Hundred Yards (under ID
tho University of Edinburgh; Ldwar., Ki Andrews. Kahaku, J. Kca, Chalm
ino second sou, m pieeeiu u riiuei ui
lliu invui 4cnueiuy ui. .i.u.uiiu.m, -ui..,
and Ulllnn, tho youngest daughter,
now ln school ln England.
Mr. Neumann camo to Honolulu In
18S2 on private business nnd In the
following ear returned to tako tho
position of Attorney General In tho
Gibson Cabinet. Along with the other
members ot the Cnblne t Mr. Ntltiinaun
resigned In 1880.
In California, Mr. Neumann was
prominent as a lawjer and politician.
Ho was a member of the State Legisla
ture. Ho was a candidate for Congren
but owing to divisions in the Republi
can party was defeated.
THE FIT OVER IWILEI
Iwllel was up before Judge Qear jes-
terday afternoon on a motion by defen
rn on u muiiuii uy iiciuu-
I. 'nCi w nmlfP..m
bp,,nn"',bhUt ?"Z' ",eHm.
dants to dlssolv
, than a paper of
' unnniril tit atlnl
soenicd to Btlck In the bruin of the
' Their prncpal cpnti-ntloti' was thutj.
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'27th, on tho two Japanese defendants,
a" J o tho agent of Enu, there was no
bawdy houso at Iwllel, and had not
been for several clns, and therefore tho
Injunction ought to bo dissolved.
Mr. Pitch in teply lo this showed
that tho papers wcro placed in tho
hands ot tho High Sheriff on the 21th,
nnd that the deputy served them on de
fendant O'Sulllvnn tint night, but for
some reason best known to nimseii
neglected to serve them on the other
,i,.f,.T,,inniH fur t.iren iIhvb.
this Mr, Pitch replied thnt seven being
a nuijoilty of thliteen was sulllcient,
and that the plaintiffs had thrown In
tho otuci live for good measure-, to
which tho Court assented.
A third "point" of tho defendants
was that ns the plaintiffs had n right
to In v olio the penal statute ngalnst
bawdy houses to punish the defendants,
therefore plaintiffs hnd a "remedy at
law" and Injunction ought not to bo
grunted This contention wbb disposed
of by authorities read by Mr. Pitch to
the effect that because, the Territory
had a" flint to prosecute the defendants
cflmftufy lava nuisance already per-
pecrfiea, -km aid not depruc the
plafnUfe'of their right to lnjoln a
continuance of tbo nuisance.
Defendants attorney next claimed
that is damages were claimed, the de
fendants h a right to n trial by Jury,
and 'the entity court hud no Jurisdic
tion, and'hefe the defendants lawyers
pulled out the Constitution and made
itifolloW the Hate for n while, quoting
Article 7 to the effect that In cases at
common law where more than $20 nro
Involved the partlis cannot be deprived
of a Jury trial. The counsel for
plaintiffs replied that this was not n
case at common law, and that In an
equity case the statute gave the de
fendant a right to n Jury trial, sub
ject to the power of the Court to dis
regard tho verdict.
Counsel for defendants then Insisted
that there was no BiifTlclent showing
that Iwllel was a bawdy house nt all.
and hero the Court replied that the
showing on that point was ample bo
)ond nil quevilon. And lastly the law
jerMr lwlle.1 Insisted that there was
no rase In court nt all because tho
words at chambers. In equity," did not
head tho complaint." Mr. Tltch stated
In explanation th'at the original com
plaint contained these, words, but In
coplng tho tjpewriter hnd Inadvert
ently omitted them, nnd asked leave to
fiilil tlinm tinvi rpmnpLIni t)m t ta
omission werh imnnrinni. ii.p.i tho mn.
be stricken fsbm the flics, for they wcrti
prrnnenitalv 'rminii in it,n fir, nit .
court when -the se was before tb ul" l,c ln "10 blinds of the secretaiy
Judgernot thV coutt or tho lower branch of the legislature.
Judge Cleardid not gr.int the niotlou 1 All the Items which were not In uccord
aajlng that he woids omitted at thu'wlln "'-' Appropriation bill of the Sen-
),ead of the complaint were endorsed ntc were stricken out so thnt, when the
,,., It. !.: ...t l.n ... t.i.t.. nmenilntl hill ntinenra ill Mm llntntn tfi.
w. .,n w. unu iuul nun uiuij.iink i
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sumclent. ,a ugh he would take this i
ja8t pont un( 0l. ajxi,cmcnti
Death of Japanese
- In Bicycle Collision
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As n result of n blcvcle collision nt
about S o'cltjik last night,, a Japanese"
was killed and a German. A
Uj iitiinv, id it ijiv i'wiilu niuiiiii uiitia
111 linmn l At t 1 . ImlltVii hlntlnh .tit
lng nn Investigation. Deputy Sheriff
Chllllngworth who was an sye'vvltnoss
to the nffalr, states that he' was com-1
lng down Emma street nt the time'
mentioned. When near the corner of 1
Vlnejard and Emma street, he beard i
the whir or a blcjclo and turning.
saw a man'bovvllng along nt n very
rapid rate. He called out to tho man to
stop but there was no apparent Inten-,
Hon to do so.
Chllllngworth quickened his pace
and close to the corner, saw another I
blcclc going across the Intersection of
Vlnejard street. Tho second rider was lowing iicm was inserieu in uie nousc j am perfPCty stl8llcd with the show
going at an easy gait. Suddenly tho hill: Subsidy to O. 11. & L. Co. Under lns niade bj our bojs. Although not
wneeis couiaeo. tne second rlcier ucing
mrown nimosi across inc screeu. iieii'.in-u inn. i.na .iu... diwuiu uc- ...cuu
was found to be a Japanese and hUI
skull was fractured. The German was
nrresieu. inc injureu man was sent 10
' arrival there.
inc nospicni inn ne cxpircu boon aner
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IOLAISI COLLEGE SPORTS
, G. Kohcrtson, J. Yce How
.1, High Jump (onon)-'ll. Andrews.
Kahaku, I', Cluing, Chow Chun, Ah
Sang, J. Kca.
1. Putting the Shot (16-pound)
Chow Chan, P. Chang, Ah Sang, Ka
haku, J. Kca, Kin Pong.
S. Sack Haco Heats.
C. One Hundred Yard (under 11)
II, Kukonu. Ah Wong. , Kuhabawal,
Papalillll, Ah Pong, Sing You, 3. An
drews, J, Evnns. P. Evans.
7. High Jump (under 15) G. Rob
ertson, E. Andrews, J. Yec Dew, J, Kca.
S. Asuc, Kin Pong.
8. Polo Vault (open) Ah Sang, V.
Chang, E. Andrews, J, Ycc Dew, J. Kca.
9. Sack Race Pinal.
10. Running Ilroad Jump (open)
Ab Sang, Kahaku, P. Chang, E. An
.drews, J, Yce Dew, Mon In.
I 11 f.lftia n.tn tnuli nnnnI4
.,.' I Kea chanK. Ah San
. s ...... a.nvl rhan
I 12 6.!? Hundred Yards-Old Roys.
". Standing Ilroad Jumi-Kabaku.
, T. Chang, Ah Sang. Chow Chan. J. Yeo
' It. Ono Hundred Yards (under 1.1)
t S. Asue, O. Robertson, E. Andcuws,
Mon Yin, Papalllllc Foe Sue.
ir.., (Juarter Mile (open) Ah Sang,
J. Kea! E. Andrews, P. Chang, 8. Asuc,
J, Yee Hew, Kin Pong, Kahaku,
10. One Hundred Yards Small
I)o)8 (handicap) O. Picndo, S. Me
ueula. A. Holsteln, D, Andrews, P.
Frendo, It. Holsteln, M. Robertson, Ah
17. Thereo-Legged Race (open).
Presentation ot prizes
STRATEMBYER TO CAPITOL.
George C. Strnteme)r, wh6 recently
resigned his position In tho Custom
House hero Is making preparations for
a trip to Washington nnd his old home
In New Jersey. He has been' called to
Washington on business and while In
the E.iBt will tnko the opportunity of
v listing his home which he has nut
seen for over twentj-seven jenrs. He
leaves in tho steamer of tho Mh Inst,
M. P. D.
Colls at the House
TEL. BLUB 621.
1 J SITE
Measure Passes Upper
Branch on Vote of
SALARIES BILL WILL BE
TAKEN UP TO-MORROW
0. R. & L. Co. Item Inserted Senate
Adjourns Out of Respect for
the Memory of Paul
The Senate nt this forenoon's ses
sion, passed the Current Expense bill
of the House in third rending nnd, by
tomorrow forenoon, the amendments
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morrow, u win ue ciurecoguizauiH.
Immediately alter the prcllmlnaiy
proceedings In the Senate, having been
completed this foieuoon, the Current
r.xpense inn ot uie noise wa ,uKen
up for consideration and read through
to the end. It was tbo Intention of
jhu ncHHiu iu incii mi ii'iiiun ii.i. the Senlor.ruce, but say nothing what
mt those contained In the two bills t,r relative to the Junior event. Tho
Li, nr Ail uniin inuiamii (in nn limn n
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$2000 for repairs to the court house at
Lahnlnn nnd that lul to other Items I
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VI IVIlt l(1llttll
On motion of Mr. Par's thc following
new Items were Inserted. Completion
of llond. Wnlmea to North Konn, $22,-
1'00 . Completion of Same Itoad, liuebiic
to lloundar) of South Kohnla. $21,000
Mr. J. Drown war another who
wanted an extra Item Inserted In tho
bill mid, on his motion, tho following
Item not In tho Senate bill but In-
eluded In that of tho House, wan pass-
id Erecting bchool House, Koac,
On motion of Mr. C. Drown, the fol-
i.xiscing iiw, ijiww. ir uruwn e-
plained that this I cm snould be Includ- crctt tho i)0Js arc. rowing in goV form.
ed as It was an obligation on the ; Sftplnntf rtthrcTThey will win In the l-ace
loflhe local governineiit. Ileslcles'tbifl, I nltl icngthg tm.Kd away In casn of
mi " ic if.ij.i..i, in.iuM.nit, iu
h n In ...! nr Ikn i.,lll, I
the terms of the agreement.
The latter sections of 'the. bill were
changeil to conform to the Senate bill
and then a motion to pass 1 In third
lrinllnir unH rnrrleil tin the foltcivvinu
J show lng of nyes nnd noes: Aes (11)
I Messrs C. Ilrown. J, Drown. Crnbbe,
I Knhllliia, Kalue, Kalaiiokiilanl, Kunii
I ha. Kiuihl, Nakapaahu Purls and
White Messrs.. Achl, llaldvvln and
Carter were nbstnt when the vote vvns
laKcn. .vir. uussei was auscni uy ex-
cuse of tho Senate.
At 11 noiiclock. Mr. White moved to
adjourn out of respect for the memoiy
nf Hon Paul Neiunniin. Iherewasn
long discussion on this point. I Inally.
Mr Crabbe Keconded the motion and
'i euriled. Iho Semite will tnkei up tho
Salaries bill of the House the first thing
ii cue iiiui iiiiiK.
TO ID If'
( few people are capable of giving a re-
. ' , ... ,, liable opinion on the races. The rest
Tho Oceanic steamer .ealandlu sail- nrc gcttlng off only so much 'hot air.'
eil shortly after noon today for San From hat I havo, heard, the senior
rranclhie. witlj n good number In tho eent wln ,,,. the hnrdcit race that was
c ibln unci about eighty steerage paison- ew r rottl.,j )M theBe Islnnds. with either
Rer,8; , , , . . , i crew, our choice. The Junior event
After the repairs mudo to her boll-' will probably come our way."
era were completed, a board of Burvey, i n i
composed of A. W. Kcoch, superintend
ing engineer of tho I. I S, N. Co., W. J.
Djcr, superintendent of tho Honolulu ............,.
Iron Works, unci Foreman Holler Mn- "V". J". tJVJ", '.T. "TTvr. IT. 1J. IT '"."".
Lcr John McKa tested the bolters to a rs --X-X.-it- rV-n.Ti.'ry-.'V.'V-
cold water pressure and found them In
good condition fur going to sea.
This morning early the enlandla
hauled over to tho Oceanic wharf fiom
whlih shu nailed. There waB a big
crowd down to see her off and u nuui -
her ot Elks accunip.iuled the steaincr
to sen In tho Fearless to say good bo
to their Exulted Killer, Dr. C. II, Coop-'
er, who is on his way to tho Coast
and Eastern Stntes to visit relatives,
The Supremo Court, thc Federal
Court and the Plist Circuit Court were
each ndjourneil this morning for the
day, out of respect to tho memory of
Paul Neumann, whose death incurred
suddenly last night.
When the Justices of the Supreme
Court camo In, A S. Hartwell moved
that adjournment bo tnl.cu for the day
In rcBpcrt to tho memuij of Paul Ntu-
maim and that Friday at 10 o'clock be
set us thotline for the inemhers of the
llur Association to present resolutions
of respect I he motion wus allowed
and nn ordei made accordingly
In ft,.. Pn.lnrnl r,ti,i-l l,t,l,r At t
. ,U (..,..u. .....v HU,U ... ..
l.,,Vl' ,1,,UV' ,4,U lUlll.llllll, VIU'I VII .11V
motion oi j i uuniic. Acting i iiiihi
Stntes Attoinej Whiieus, tho f'nurt
has lenined with deep lain of the sud
den death of Paul Neumann, ono of thx
oldest uiid most eminent numbers of
tho I lir of Hawaii, a lawjer of un
iUestlnneiV lutegilty ami nhllit), and
a man ot most lovable ntttuie, vndearid
to all by his genial kindliness:
It is therefore ordered that, this
Court adjourn until Wednesday at the
hour of 10 o'clock out of respect to his
memory, and the Court hereby appoints
K. I Dole, Hon. W. A. Whiting and
Judge Stanley a committee of three to
draft, and report to this Court fitting
In Judge Gear's court. Attorney neu
tral 12. I. Dolo inndo the motion to ad
journ. accomaulng It with brief re
marks, laudatory of the character of
the decenscd. Judge Hear, thereupon
announced "the Court 'rises until 10
o'clock Wednesday, July 3, out of re
spect to our tstcemed nnd belated
brother 1'aul Neumann.
The executive committee of the l!ar
Association met this morning at tho
ofllec of A. S. Hartwell. It was ar
ranged that nil members of the asso
ciation be notified to meet nt tho court
house at 3:30 this afternoon and pro
ceed In n body to the Mnsonlc Temple
to attend the funeral obsequies of 1'aul
Neumann. A committee of two. ion
slstlng of A. 0. M. ltobertson nnd P.
M Ilrooks was appointed to procure
floral offering and present It to tun
widow' and family In behalf of the II ir
J Messrs. Hatch and Whiting were
I appolutcd to draft resolutions of re
. spect for presentation In the Supremo
I Court Friday morulng at 10 o'clock.
I BOAT H
Interest In the coming Inter-club
boat races next week Is getting Intense
As the time for the sport nenrs, mnn
arc the conjectures which are made
relative to the outcome of the 'two
Th(. l(inseniiiii of opinion Is not as
tteU denntM ag 1L ba9 uc ucrct()furCi
Th(. Henlanis are cnflclcnt of winning
. .. .. . ,. .. ..
.iijnicH strong sun on inc oinir nana
i. (i, ii,,, rt,, , ,, .... ,....
j11K tC ,, to,tlielr last cent. In re-
.,. , . C 8(n or cvmt. t icv
llint t a nnbod's cv.ent.
rhc people who am
enough to give nn opinion relative to
the races," said avpromliient Healaul
enthusiast, "eouldlio numbered on the
fingers of vour one hand Piom what
i have heard tho Mj rtles seem reason-
Bbb sure ot the Junior race and Bhcmld
jn ,hat pcnt rather easily. In the
,eI1or contest It's a case of take vour
c10ce It Is going to be a hard fought
raiP trom tho mt ,,, of lbe oar clear
tv tht. migh line,
,. i,nlH nn. ,. th unlo m.w
row," 8ad a prominent Hcnlanltc. "but
allt0 ,, t(, ,le form . ja8. .ar',.
Tlin In n In fiionl ntviionm
.. .... ,llnbo.lv's race to far. with tho
MjrtIc crew mn,,lg a blmik, th(. ,jrUcr
of tho argument.
"There Is not much choice In either
rare," slid a prominent Mrtle nlllclnl.
"As far ns 1 have been able to discover
all four crews are rowing In Just about
the same form. In regnid to tho Myr
tles, one dnj the Iiojb row lll.e vete
rans, while the next, Rome are hjlng
oft slck or usei,88, T,e llealanl Eenlora
aro handicapped bj the short time
I the have row e,l together "
"j. think that tho Myrtles are up
nEangt t thl. championship event."
ald .M)rt,. clubman "Some of our
,,., ar,. optimistic i ninicli to believe
,hat we will win the main event, but I
. t,ik the ll.nl.inl. will net ih rncnt.
I ,,d cl,Pi Tne j,mor rare will come our
wa) without a doubt."
"Our senior crew has the Jiest ehancu
tilt ever had' said a llealanl enthu
siast. "They row together well, and
should win the race quite easily. Our
junior crew Is stcadll) Improving and
III certalnlv make a better showing
than they did Inst jcar."
Said an old .Mjrtle oarsman: "Hut
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