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EVENING BU1.LKT1N. HONOLULU, H. T., SATUIIDAY, OCT. 12. 1901.
Publlshr-d Every Day Eicopt Sunday,
at 210 King Street. Honolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUDLI3HINO CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FAIUUNaTON... Editor
Entered at tha lnt OUlco at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Per month, anywhere In C. S....J .70
Per year, anywhere In U. S.... S.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably lu advance.
I'OKtOfflco Box .. .. : 718
SATntHAY. .. .OCTOUKH 12, 1301.
And now they charge that Humph
reys haa corrupted llankry. What
Thi new )actlng nfsorlatloii start
oft' with a vim uliirh promises n sharp
competitor of the boat clubs. Competi
tion of thl character strengthens good
port and all bauds will Join lu the hcii
timent. the more the merrier.
"To whom It may concern" publish
ed by the accepted orcan of the Thurs-ton-Diilc
ring rcnils like tlie liar Asso
ciation brief except that It adds abso
lute falslllcntlon to statements of a
character stigmatized by Attorney (iVii
eral Knox as "ague suspicion and un
fair Innuendo." Having been branded
Slanderers by the Attorney Cenernl of
the I'nlted States nud the brand accept
ed and ratified by t'-c President of the
I'nlted States, the wild assertions now
mailo by thU waning combination
prompted by malice and ready to take
any tool that may serve the aim of an
ocr helming greed for olllce hae no
effect. They seek to ruin or ruin
They cannot succeed In nccompllsblli;
After all there Is not much to say of
this years International yacht raco
that has not been said In former years,
Sir Thomas t.lpton Is n good fellow, n
mighty good fellow, a good sportsman
an honest sportsman, n good tighter
and u goad loser. Hut! We won the
race Just as wo Inivo ninny won the
raco In former years, except that Sir
Thomas succeeded In making in sillier
on the anxious sent as we never shiv
ered before. Had sentiment ruled the
sliNggle I.lpton would hate taken ono
""'" nnyi,1wnril""'11 fh0f0 "'"l".', Uav"i eoiirt my that either If the rent" was
l"".,.,.,TU,,Bi.l,"?rrWlU,"C.U,l,l'W f " ' not paid would not 1-e
home with him TIui Yankee sporti i
man. however, doesn't lie down to
sentiment. What is worth doing l-c
worth doing well. It Isn't tho way of
our people In gl-.ii iiwny even trophies
nf sport without a struggle to the full
limit of the contestant's ability. In I
a..t 1 . 1 1 . I
pioed t In I r superiority beyond lines
tlon. As to the merits of the iwo boats
there) seems to be some doubt
cms are- Inclined to Join with their
lliltlsh brothers In cxpicsslug a desire j
fur another bcr(n with tlie i-uptiilnsand
ends with the challenger outsailed am
outgeneraled In two races and out of
luck lu the third. It was a iqilcudld
tare against worthy opiKinents.
San I'rniii Isro, Oct I - llviaiire her
husband objected to her following her
literary and artistic pursuits. Mis
Ethel W. Mumford foiitiu crstilf com
pflled to live nnit from aim. This
morning Superior Judge llebbard
granted .Mrs. Mimifciril u decree of di
vorce from ccoinc l). Mumrord.
This wni a ens in wmch Incompatl
hillty of temper uppenied to bo tho
only ground for divorce. The paitles
man led In Saw Voik Lay In April.
lS'JJ, under happy auspices, and noth
ing occurred to cloud tho horizon ,f
their wedded liru save thu wife's fond
ness for llteratuiei and int. Handsome
and accomplished ami of an excellent
New York family, Mrs. Mumford has
all her life been a student, Sho draws
and paints ieinarkaly well, and has
written quite, considerably for mo
New York magazines. Mr. Mumford
II nlso of good family, and lu a well-to-do
resident of Now lork city.
When thoy married, Mr. Mumford
Soaltrcd bis wife that be was able to
provide for her comiortably, and bo
sought her to give up painting and
writing professionally. Mrs. Miinifoi-u,
howover. was devoted to her work, und
being a high-spirited women, sho ro
I used to give it up,
Tho result was domestic friction,
which culminated In .Mrs. Mumfaru
leaving her spouse and bringing wli
her u C-yciarold boy, sole issuo oi tho
union, taking up bur residence lu San
Kranclscn. Hero, slneo ' her unlvat.
nearly two jears ago, sho lias follow
ed her profession of artist anil has
done magazine work. Her mother,
who resides 111 Now York, has sup
plied her with moony from lime co
tlmo. Tho statutory tltno having
ednpsed, Mrs. .Miimloid filed suit
against her husband, asking fop a dl
orco on tho giniiud of willful deser
tion and neglect, and asking .or cits
tody of the minor child. The ease was
heard by Judge Hebbard this morn
Tho husband put In an nppearanco
through ills attorneys here, but did
not olfer any detensa to tho action.
Judge Hebbard grunted the decree) In
accordnncn with tho wlfo's complaint.
Washington, Oct. S.ll Is oxpocted
that Uenerul Wood will return to
Washington tho later part of thU
month to confer with Piesldent Roose
velt regarding the Cuban feature of hlj
annual message to Congiess. Hrlga
'dlcr (ieneral Samuel Whitsldo, at San
tiago, will piucced to Havana to tem
porarily bcrvu as Governor and ho may
possibly serve In that capacity until
tho United States withdraws from the
Lancaster, Pa Oct, 3. Jim Jeffords
and Peter Mnher met here tonight In a
was given and honors wero about even,
with Jeffords having perhaps a sbado
tho better of It. He scoied a knock-'
down In the second round.
DHsTt. alx-round boxing bout
SUPREME COURT EARLY
IN RENDERING OPINIONS
Judge Humphreys Sustained inOte
Matter and Overruled in Anctter
Attorney Ihgcon Saved
Already, the (list week of the terra,
the Supreme Court has begun grinding
out decisions. Two were filed thU
A unanimous decision has been ren
dered by the Supreme Court on the
appeal from Circuit Judge Humphreys
In the matter of the estate of Allna.
Justices Oalbralth and Perry and Cir
cuit Judge Little constituted the court.
The order of Judge Humphreys to
make J. A. Magoun. administrator, pa)
the attoincy for the legatees a fee of
10 after the Supreme Court had set
tled the administrator's commissions ti
levtrsed, the eomt saying;
"Where the amount of commissions
due an administrator have been defi
nitely settled by decision of this court
find the came Is remanded to tno Cir
cuit Judge for 'such further proceed
Ings as mnj be ncc6ssary In conform
ity with the foregoing views," It Is er
ror for the Circuit Judge to allow an
attorney's fee to the nttorney of the
legatees nud make the same a 'charge,
against the lulmlrilstiiitor's coinmls
Finns." Justice (lalbralth wiote the opinion
of the court. Magoon & Thompson for
appellant; W. W. Thayer for legatees.
Justice Perry Is author of a unani
mous opinion of the Supremo Court
sustaining Judge Humphreys In dts
missing tlie equity suit to rorfelt a
lcae brought by Esther N. Plllpo and
Elizabeth K. Plllpo ngalnst Nettle L.
Scott and Koun Sugar Co.
The complainants stated, as a reason
for taking proceedings In equity, that
the defendants would never pay ths
rent when It was due until they wcrx
sued for It and had repeatedly ex
pressed their Intention of giving the
complainant nil the trouble they could
with refeience to the premises so that
the complainants might be compelled
to soil them the land.
In sustaining the decree ngalnst
I which the complainants appealed, the
ground for a suit Inequity. The syl
labus of the opinion rends thus:
"When a lessee falls to pay the rent
reserved 111 a lease, the Hsor has a
plain, speedy and adequate relnedy at
law. to recover cither the amount of,""1' an applicant must be nn amateur,
DIIVIl HIU (II nUMIIIIUM (W(1I !1(ll Wi
lull t.illt rtm LI1II1MI SHI linaBiDaliin
luilsdlctlon to declare the foifefture ot
the lease. Ko. iilsn Ihc nlit tt ennllv
Mnerl'l),, ,j,,,.al (. Hii( h forfeiture cannot prop
el 1y be Invukol ou the glouiid that tho
lessee i:i)S ea-li Installment of rent
only after legal proceedings to recover
summary possession of the land have
Ac hi & Johnson for complainants
Andiews. Peters te Amlr.iile and
Holmes & Ktaulev for resnondents
Mllo H HOI
Among the u.is"engeis ic turning to
Honolulu by the stemmr Kluau. which
anlvid from Mllo nnd wa.v pints thti
Minn vveie Rupeiluti ndinl of Public
Works llnyd. AsslHiint Superlntcn
dint Campbell, Commlsslouci' of Puh
Hi I.iiiiIh E. S. llnyd. Postmaster Oat.
nnd Frltnr J T Stacker of the llu
Me3sis llnyd nnd Campbell have not
rntliely mmpleted their tnur of In
hpcttlnn nf the big Ihl.uul nnd return to
eoiiipletu immediate Impoitnnt wink In
their oillces here. E. S. lloyd has mude
his examination of the cause mid ef
fect nf tho W.ilmaiiu valley Are, which
was found not as extensive) ns icported
and supposed to be; be ulso gave at
tention to certain l.uula. homestead
and government, ou his tour from Wal
mea to Hllo. Postmaster Oat returns
finm nn Inspection trip nt Knhahi and
Editor Stncker comes with n purpose
to show cause, If possible, why ho
should nut he Incarcirutecl with the
Fe-deml ("Irani! J my.
Conditions ns legaids th ediouth and
foiest flies In the Hanlakua district
ate but little changed since last re
ports, ruin had, however, fallen In
heavy showers In the upland forests
but had nut leached the low lands of
the teiritoiy between Ookaln und Ku-
Uulliaele. Tossing Paaulo plantation,
an extensive smoke cloud was visible,
fiom tlie steamer's dick, and which
asclstcil to innflilu a repoit lecelve-l
before leaving Hllo of u new Hie hav
ing started In the forest region of Ku
enakolu. Hllo town and vicinity had had sev
eial night tain showers during tlie past
week and the ptospect of continued
dusty roads In the ltalny City was ro
veised. The steamer llavvull was In leavo
today, for Honolulu, liilnglng u small
iiirgn of wind, etc., finm Kawalabea.
(lulte a numbtr of lately rounded up
lepers will bo brought by bor, from
Hawaii. The Maul Is loading sugar
nt Piiahuu on tlie evening of tbn nth.
The weuilier thioughoiit was most
pleasant and a Kiunulli sen added In tho
pleasuie nf till voyageiH. A full list nf
the passengers appeals lu nnotbi r col
umn Virginia domes, widow ot Krapclsco
Gomes Caplcha, petitions for prousts
of his will,' which names tier as de
visee and legatee, also us executrix.
The estute Is all lenity consisting of
three lots on Punchbowl hill, Hono
lulu, valued at 110,000 and under mort
gage to tho Poituiruese Mutual flcue
lit Society for J1000. There are two
dwelling bouses with other Improve
ments on tht) property. J. T. f)e Holt
Is attorney for petitioner.
Tax Appeal Court notice published In
FORMATION OF THE NEW
Officers Elected to Serve for Season
Large Number.-of Mem
The second meeting of the organize) s
of the Yachting Association took place
last evening at the Hawaiian Hotel, It
was the meeting nt which the by-lawn
and constitution drafted by a commit
Ice consisting of Messrs. .Hobron,
Dexter, Weaver nnd Judge Wilcox,
were to bo presented. After reading
the leport of tho committee the sense
of the melting was found to be to adopt
It as read subject to alterations and
discussion nt the meeting and adjourn
ments. The linme decided upon for the as
sociation Is Hawaii Yacht Club. As a
distinctive title It was considered that
this name was more pioper than Hono
lulu or O.iliu or Hawaiian Yncht Club
The members then proceeded to tho
election of the olllccrs nncl committee
who will- have the launching of th
club In charge, ami will serve until the
legular election In April. T. W. Ho
bum was the unanimous choice for
commodore, while Prlneo David as
vice commodore, P. L. Weaver, Jr., as
secretary nud tieasurer, and Ollle Sn
lenson as measurer were selected with
out a dissenting voire.
For pint captain there were Severn)
nominations made. The election win
by ballot and at the count II. P. lloth
was found to have leeched the great
est number of votes.
The regatta committee. Is composed
nf members who do not own yacht.1
and A. W. Pearson, Clarence Crnbbo
and I. S. Dillingham were elected from
a roll of live nominees.
There wero seven nominees up for
positions on the board of directors of
whom W. K. Dillingham, E. A. Mott
Smith nnil I). 1,. Cnnkllng were tin
choice nf those nt the meeting. Thesol
men with Commodore Hobron and Vice.
Commodore Prince David, will form
the governing body of fSe club.
From tho continued enthusiasm
manifested at the. meeting nnd the way
members are flocking to Join, the club
t o lrtho high road to a brilliant be
ginning. Where It was hoped that tho
organization would stnrt with prob
ably forty members there nro already
seventy enrolled and mora to come.
The only restriction to membership Is
.vachtsman of good moral character
and over tho ago of sixteen years. I
At an ndjourned meeting to hn held I
next Friday evening, the by-laws will I
be finally adopted and the selection of
a club Hag and dellnitloii of what la
an amateur yaclilnnnn will bo inadn
tly the committees to whom these mat
cis wcie icfcrrcd.
Among those ptihcnt nt the meeting
'list evening vveie: II. A. Wilder, II.
M Dow Pilni-u ('lipid, O. Sorensou,
Ti. W Atkinson, c. Weight I). L. ('emit.
'Ing. E. O Cnirera, Albeit Wntei house.
C. J. Harper. .1. Iliittersby. N. E. Chap--nan.
A. It. Irving, dipt. I.ce, LouU
King. E. C S. t'liibbe, 1. S. Dillingham,
W. F. Dillingham. Clarence Ciablie, W.
H. It.ihlillt. A. W. Pearson. Prlnre Da
vld. E. A. Mott-Snillh, Ituby Dexter,
tieoige Cio7ler lames Dongheily uni
Mr mid Mrs. L. Ahio sent out Invl
tdtlons to an nt home In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Abb at their home
on upper I. Illhu street. Saturday. Oc-
loner l. fiom 3 to 0 n't kick.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
California Oil Slocks!
307 Stangenvvald Building.
Aio the ngents for tho following Oil
ItOCKKKEI.Milt Oil, CO.. selllns nt I
."0 cents per slinie. I
OCCIDENTAL OIL CO, (combliio I
plan), selling nt 1!U cents per
HULI'iIUIl CHEEK LUIIMCATIW
OIL CO., selling at 10 cents pei
EL nEV .ill, CO., at 15 cents per
Oil Stoclis iiay cm an averugo ns good
ns sugar plantations.; some of them iiiu
Known to pay HO per cent n year. Now
Is tho tlmo to buy. before tho nrlivt
aro rnlspil. Tho aliovo conipanlis mo
bnmi ilde ones, nnd not "wildcats."
Circulars mailed on application.
JUDD & CO., Ltd
P. O. BOX NO. 667;
HART & Ca,
riiE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Crram and Water Ices.
Chocolates arsi, Confections.
IIuhIiichh Miui'h Lunch
The best In the city: u:ia.m. to 2p.m
H NEW IMPORTATION
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
These Roods wtre ordered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In design and
Call early and make your selections.
In aJdlllon to 'h to coo feet of Garden
Hose lately received, the' "Emily F. Whit
ney" brounht in lo.eoo ft. mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND PEDT.
We have all grides, and our prices ara
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc. - - -
of O SCHUMAN, LTD. The best line of goods on tlie
Islaruis. Agents for the famous Stucli baker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINC1F1ELD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mcrcliimt Street) between Port unci Aliikcn.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate of Prize Winner, Paris Kxpjiition, iqoo.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
GHAS, F. HERRICK CARRIAGE GO., LTD.
8S Mcrcluint St., next to'Htiingcnuiild Kullillnij.
Itcrctnnlii St., nest
'Phone Main 358.
f A -If T
1170 River Street.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 641.
HARPING ON ONE STRING
And the same tunu-
"THE IIEST KOU THE LEAST
It's n tune Hie purchaser never
glows Hied nf tho wnv wo play it
liccaiiM- It has all tlie snuthlng effect
nf gnnd music. It means money sav
ed and sHtlaractluii ussuiiil,
'i am lieenmliig Midi Kunwn for
mil iijiirtiiiiih treutment to custumers
nnd tho high grade of our
WALL PAPERS, LINOLEUMS
AND WINDOW SHADES.
to corpcr of limiiin.
p. o. Box 833.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Itct. Bcrctnnin unci Pnuiilit.
P. O. Ilox 078.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUQHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
oppotcltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprletots of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Deer, Birch Beer, Hire's Reot
Beer. Cream Rnrla. WIM rh.pi.ti n.
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa-
ma, vaniiia crHm, Lemon, uingcr
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Koli
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Cor.,
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
8eltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the BarnateaH SIM. Rn.iin.
for family and medical use a specialty.
i"i ng ncraica waier, ooc per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
liohns. 10c oer nation anri ROr rh.,n.
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
The pure Julco of the urapo
fmlt, cnrooiintcd onlr bj
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agent for Territory of
Island onlcm ollcitctl.
601 Fort St. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
All Orders Promptly l-lllcil.
HENRY ST. GOAIL
Meiuhci'H Stock und Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention ' -riven tn nr.
chime and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern anil Foreign stn-L n
Oa Ciillfornln 8t.,
Sun FninclHco. Cal.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wh will liny or S.ll llonl Ktato in
nil paiiK or the Kioup.
Wo vU Hull I'loportleu on Itcnson-
10 WEST KING 8TREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
' REAL ESTATE AND
FINUIOAL AGENT '
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
V. HOFFMANN. J, F. RltEV
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boi 160
Oeo. W. Page. Tel. 22
P. W. Heanljlee. P. O. Dox 778
BEARDSL.EE & PAOE
Architects and Builders.
Office. Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshcd on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen Sr Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attendol to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for lirlclt nnd wooden buildings, alf.3
Office and residence, 312 Queen 3t,
near Government building.
M. F BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King Btreet. Orders left at either shop
or offlco at John Notfa store, King
Btreet. will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, anJ
Hotel nejr Nuuanu
PO-Box.. TEL-wmtt i
-"""I . an id irpairrj.
. Sultiirfjpto oritr,
fl cuarntfd. Loftp
Fort Ctmt. nar Kukut, mi
nfr vrf ncun intlifr,
Prlctt: Oirlo(t out ult, tjc;
Dtelng lull J 11
"instantly nrrMng keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us nnil If you haven't al
' ready begun to trade with ug
you aro wishing you were.
We will not adveitlso sugar,'
canned goods or cookies this
week brcatiso wo keep every-
j thing In tho grocery line, but
the Inducements wo olfer nro
QUICK DELIVERY. ',
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel St.,
opp. Adventlst Church.
TEL. MAIN ij,.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS ;
ICB U0U8H GOODS
RlvtdlyJ , Sl,iB,
UssMi&UikftJx. 4tL&flb!sbk Wi
.1 "":', "y' )
jii jh . jj Jikvltlii- "a. S