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, " r r.M"r I ksSy&Vj v irVHTM -A A (i lit g7 I i ip ry f i kj w " s J. m VOL. XXX.V1I, No. 4. LOCAL POL ITTCS Stggecrge Davis Out ' for Baird's Place. (Special to the Advertiser.) FRANCISCO, Jan. 4. George SAN Davis came here from Rome weeks ago to make a light for the position of United States District Attorney of Hawaii. Ho believes now that his fight Is about lost, aa several days ago Senator Perkins telegraphed to Sam Parker, who has been aiding Davis: "Breckons of Wyoming appointed." Davis has "also been aided by Judge Gear. Detween all his friends, Davis ocurcd the Indorsement of the entire California Congressional delegation, and Governor Gage of California telegraphed to Washington asking for Davis' ppblntment. Davit, Gear and Parker will so on to Washington In a few days. They think that there is perhaps a glimmering hope still, and besides Davis will, he says, make a strong tight for the ousting of Associate Justice Perry from the Supreme Bench of Hawaii., Gear, 'Davis and Parker are the closest of friends, and though Parker's time is much occupied now with family affairs, owing to his matriage last evening to Sirs. Abigail Cnmplxll, still lie asserts Ms Intention lo go on to .Washington the llr.it of next week. Gear and Davis are at the Callfnrn'ii hotel, and Gear spends some u hU afternoons at tlio race track. Town T.ilk, n, gossiping weekly here, In Its Issue of today: Some three weeks ago the local papers noticed the arrival of Judge Gear, of Honolulu, and commented on the fact that the Judge was on his way to Washington to do a little polities relating to a proposed Judgeship In Iho Islands. The fact of the matter Is that Judge Gear Is here for a little rest and recreation, which ho finds at the Oakland race trai.k. The Judge takes a great Interest in the ponies, and It Is aid that ho uses pe Judicial mind to .L.CW13 oi me wen-Known llrm of Lewis & Turk. Lewis says. "Humphreys Is a dead one." Lewis learned his vernacular on lho water-front In San Frannlnen. nnd Tbo Blue Book. Th Blue Book Is out. I i there a "dead one" Is a man who has I SAMUi .? ; 5 ,N KIIAXC1PCO. SA n Gear, Miss Anita Chrystal, Miss Hthel Gay and Hrnest Parker, the grown .on of the groom. Jutt ns the ceremony was concluded the younger children of the bride and groom nppeared at the door of the bride's apartments and usked In eh. "What's the matter?" When Informed of what had ncnirrel there were kisses all around. I Harller In the evening the entire wedding party dined In a pilvatc of the hotel. There was a ' profusion of evergreens and Moral orations. Stationed In one comer of T 1 n v ri 1 1 n n musicians, brought here by Prince Da- j ' vld, and throughout the feast the soft tinkle of the ukulele was punctuated! by the festive pop of the small pack- I age. I After the ceremony the entire party no power to help any one else, or him- i ,ool carriages und were dilen to the self. I askctl Lewis for his definition . 'heater, where they enjoyed the play, j of a "dead one," nnd ho said: "Well, Colonel Parker Is a remarkable char-J you tee. when n guy has shot his wad,ncter nml " man of nblllty. Ho Is a I and missed the mark and all the world Krandson of It. G. Parker, a sayln', 'Go way back and sit dnwn,,,p('tt3 man- wn" uet ' the llands in he's a dead one." I ISM. In the tablnet of the late Kin Lewis Is returning on the Alameda as Knlakaua and former Queen guest of John D. Spreckels. Lew- ,nnl lle was " power. He stood, loyally Is and Spreckels did politics together by llls Queen when the revolution de-years ago; that In. Lewis looked after Prlvoil her of her Island kingdom. of the Interests of Spreckels In a nexatlon to the United States was bit-campaign. Then ngnln when the tcrl" fought by him, but later on he Oceanic steamers wore losing their .cheerfully accepted the new condition sailors In Honolulu during the strike ot affairs. Today ho Is the Itenubllcan a few months ngo, Lewis and Turk .NntlonnI Committeeman from Hawaii. I supplied the vessels with men at risk to their own bone. "Of course wo got the stuff," said Lewis to me today felt grateful to us. A few weeks ago. while in Washing ton, Colonel Parker was urging upon ' President Hoo.eveIt the necessity of ' "but still John D-1 certain congressional action for Ha-So when I fend my card to him this mornln' he was ou llIlve nn Idea that Hawaii Is a talkln' with a man worth a million, i I)n?tt' US territory," remarked the Tell me fren' Lewis to walk In,' says President. j lie to the office boy. I ducks in an he "Well. I own 1,000,000 acres there my. says wot'd I want? I told him an' he se,fi nntl there are others," rejoined scratches out a pass an" says, 'Any I time you want to tiavel on the Oceanic Uo la Bpnerous to a fault, and there' the line's yours.' Now that's a square "ave h" frequent occaslonb when ha guy, and not like Humphreys." ,la3 literally thrown away money FUEDHniCK ! O'imiEN. nmong the natives who hae surround ea mm asking for favors. It Is a part of the history of Honolulu that when In the mood Parker would invite linir It Indexes the town to dlnu with him. The titled - t 'nvxl U.. ...l.l - .. . society in an me isianas, ana gives a Honolulu street directory, with reception days. The names of officials. Territorial. Federal, civilian and otherwise, of clubmen, practicing physicians, yachtsmen, etc., nppear. The book is neatly printed by the Paradise of th Paclfla people. ' - fiti Francisco's monument to Mc- Vlnt.v ufftll 1ia tillllt nn Xfnrlrpf atrvt .i.4 nt.uui) oi an lanus who have visited the Islands know Parker and have partaken of his hospitality. IVw men have bet more money at poker on small hands than has Colonel "Sam." He Is a magnificent specimen of manhood, and would attract attention anywhere. Mrs. Parker was the widow of James K. Campbell, who died over a iar ago. at tke Intersection of Van Nes an estate in excess of H.OOO.OOO. aae. Over J1,000,000 of property in Fan Jose, HONOLULU, 11. T., TUKSDAY.JANUAUY 14, 1!)U2 ;L PARKER AND MRS. CAMPBELL IARRIED QUIETLY AT SAN FRANCISCO 5 it " r. COL. SAv. PARKER. .. : -:;': .Vifv f'"'i; & g B I R is S 1". lt . H.H...I iiuici, .WWKI iw..uv.l i..i- ,,, nl,.. . ,. .... ).,., l (rot f,,r lin - r.. Irr... Iter, perhaps the best known of living ehlldien. Haw.allanH, was married to Mrs. Jas. " Campbell was a shrewd Scotchman, K. Campbell. who anlvcd In Honolulu In 1S13 or Colonel Parker it the owner of a million or more acics In the Hawaiian Islands. His bride Is the possessor of several millions of gold, bilver and paper dollars-Additional Intel o.st Is given to last night's wedding when It is known that Miss Abble Campbell, a daughter of the bride. Is soon to be married to Prince David KaWnnnnakoa of Hono- such nn extent on the rift e.t lull ho mates not an will not have to draw on his salary for nexed his country the expenses of his vacation. Judge Oear was also not surprised when he read a day or two later that Judge Humphreys had torn up his res ignation and would stay on the bench. lSuO. IIi was a Khlli4 i:irninti'r nnil was so enamored of Hawaii on first ! '!4?i!ir;w;r;K!;rw!;!invi!;!ivv.?irt!2;f;r;; ARS. SAMUEL PARKER, FORMERLY MRS. JAMES CAWPBEL - '- "it ,' CL.)L,..4k4.kt..(.K.0. f,t t ? r t t t -Last Including the Si. J.uww hotel, belongs 'In a vacant house in the Illchnviml .. . . ........ ..i...... . . ... lght, In the parlois of the lo "p l''ilLo. i impuo'i leit ni.4 wiuuiv uuurici nr auiiui luurs. unn.t'if n! tf Ti!u timiinplv Cli.. Iinlitu I ftnt li..i,. M n -,.i, n.li.i i.nmi.ilHml tula ' ' -I"-. -J. - .."... 1 .. ......."J., wv ....... ...... ,........l. ,. ...... .1..I 1 1 ,-.,! 1 13 1 !!.,.. was sunt to San Quniuln for life. j Mr. and Mrs. Parhcr will go Uast on 'a honeymoon trip. 'DAVID'S WEDDING ANNOUNCED. landing there that ho refused to nc t gentlemen," said Colonel Kjih P.uker company his vtssl when It hailed of Hawaii at n dinner In tie M away. He made a study of the cultuio James Hotel tonight by Mr. James of sugar cane, and with the aid of Canin.bi.il In honor of her daughter, "It King Knlakaua's did much Is with great pleasuie that 1 n iw an- y lay the foundation of the talund's nounee the engagement of Miss Abble present great sugar Industry. Campbell nnd Prince 'David He married Into u native family and nakoa. I congratulate the bride-elect took --... ytlr Li. ouJcatiiiir his would have iclgned lren and surrounding hN family with us King himself. oil the best money could buy. The Last night's ceremony, which wni 's' daughter, who Is soon to marry 3fid Trfil proKpcutlve groom. Let as ulf drink to their happiness." ojngiatulato tlm In lie elect und the prospoetlxo groom- Let us all drink to performed by Judge J. C. B. Hehbard Pi "ice David, W a handsome their happiness." of the Superior Court, was witnessed young woman and a clever linguist. i Judge Gejrge A. Davis and George by Prince David and his prospective Campbell llgured lu u sensational D. Gear luspunded. and then Colonel Gear doe3 not look unon Humnhrevs as urine. Miss Campbell, nnd the following ""- '" in" ciiy ouoiu live years ago. spoKc ngain: "l am pieaseit friend but refuses to disclose uny nnJ gentlemen from Honolulu. IIe uns kidnaped and held a prisoner that It has fnllen to me to announce I Jose. on for enmity between them other 'lllu'"e - ais, juuge ucorge u. than Humphreys' refusal to consider any man his friend who does not hate his (Hmphreys') enemies. Gear says that with Humphreys, it l"S"Love me, hate my enemies." But George Davis, who never holds back anything and who Is gifted with one of the frankest tongues possible, ay3 that Gear refused to give him up for Humphreys. Davis says that Humphreys Is a back number and has no influence at all. Gear, however, does not coincide with Davis, but says that Humphreys has a big fo'lowlng among the natives. Davla' opinion of Humnhrevs' al future Is the same ns that of Oscar tho roonl n a quintet of PRINCE DAVID KAWANANAKOA TO WED MISS ABIGAIL CAMPBELL OF HONOLULU 14"'.- '- .'" 3& ' $&$ nSSi' ' '1 &', kittlfet'i' '1 'rwSVliBBa 'lBsssssBsV PWULBBBBBsfllBBBBLBBBU "'r." :i . ' 2f v?' M' MISS ABIGAIL CAMPBELL "" 4- 1 PRINCE DAVID. I Miss Alice M. Carmlchael and Miss I Anita Chiystal wore surpassing j tloiis. Miss Chrystal Is tho boon com- Iinnlun of Miss Campbell and goes to I the Ulands on Saturday next with the i wedding party. It Is understood that tho marriage will take place soon after their arrlal Miss Campbell Is the daughter of tho wealthy widow of James Campbell, the millionaire who was abducteu some ago In San Francisco und hidden anny In Central avenue for a ransom. (WJnthrop, the abductor. Is now serving a lifts sentence in San Quentln. The friends of Mrs. Campbell und of Colonel Parker "the greatest Kanaka of I them all" would not be entirely surprised if shortly tho Colonel announced another tngagement. concerning und Prince DaUd's mother-in-law to be. SAN JOSH. Jnn I. The wedding of Prince David ICawananakoa and Miss Abigail Campbell will occur ut Ban Francisco on January Cth, It is said that Secretary Lomr will ! i. the engagement of Miss Campbell and Prime David. But for the annexation of Hawaii to the United States our fiicnd, the Prince, In a few yoir.i would have been David lho Kins. While that has hi en rendered Impossible, It Is still possible for him to lender his race and his country great service. That Miss Campbell will do much lo assist him In his life work Is beyond question. I congratulato them and say 'Aloha.' " Thirty were at the dinner; two hundred danced In the grand ball that followed. Assisted by a local orchestra, the Hawaiian Quintet, brought all the way from the Islands for this night, played the wedding march as the by the., enteied the ballroom. The gowns wcio fairy dreams. Miss Campbell's was of a pale blue crepe tits chine, sleeveless and with low bodice. Her tin oat was encircled by a rope of diamonds and diamonds were In her hair. It was a great night socially fjr San WHOLE No. 2K0. in ROBBERS . CAUGHT Two Porto Ricans arc Cleverly Caught. tho bars nt the police station BntllND two Porto Wean robbers who were cleverly caught last night on South street by mounted police officers, one u C them tiding ns a passenger in tho hack of Mnkucun. It Is believed that the police have secured two of the men who have been nt the bottom of tho petty thievery reported In various parts of the city. That this men were not nboe adding worse crlmca to their probable thieving was uindo apparent lust night by their weapons. The Porto means gave their names to the police clerk as Jose Castro and Mnlsavo. About 9 o'clock last nlsht Mnkacna wns driving down South street toward Queen street, with a passenger In the rear seat of Ills hack. Unit way down this block he was stopped by two men who suddenly Jumped out of the darkness. His horse was halted, but quickly releabed when the men saw that there were two men In the hack htcatl of Just the driver. Makacna drove down to Queen street und met u. mounted police officer to whom he told the Incident. The officer told him to drive back ngnln with his passenger still In the hack. This wns done, and the two men again halted the hack, but allowed tho vehicle to continue up tho street when they found there were two men to deal with. The hack mnde a detour nnd the matter wns again re- lioi ted lo the mounted officer. Officer Devauchelle then dismounted nnd got Into the bock and ordered Makacna to drive up tho street to make a sance. Officer Pearson was advised to keep behind the hack close enough tn tender assistance If necessnry. When the hack in rived nt the place where the hnekmuu had been twice held up, the two men cntne suddenly nntl deirnwlivi tint Ui hackman halt. Makacna did so. As one of the strungcis pccicd Into the hack reached out nntl caught the fel low's wrlst3 and held him firmly. The alarm was given and Pearson hurried toward the hack ns tho other .started t IVnrroti caught him after a short run, and both were taken to the police stal on. The officers reported that both men were armed with knives which they dropped lo tne ground wlien caught. TANK SHIPS . HERE IN JULY Negotiations nre on which will soon result lu the. expansion of the business of the Union Oil Company of California, a concern Hint promises Honolulu a line plnnt for the Btorage of crude oil in no used on the plantations ns a substitute for coal. Jojiu Baker Jr., of Snn Francisco, manager for tho Union Oil Company, arrived yesterday. and his visit may mark the beginning of the construction walk". The outcome of the negotiations will mean the erection of a $Tfi,000 plant lotutcil within easy distance of the wharves, nntl will Include the laying of a pipe line fiotn the wharves to the tanks. The ships of tho company, which will form a line between Han Frnneltco und Honolulu, will discharge Into receh lug tanks whence the product will be piped through to the main plant. The first consignment of the crude oil will nrilvc about July 1st, followed soon after by the second cargo, both 2S.O00 barrels. Tho Union Oil Company has contract with plantations on the Island of Oahti. It Is llgured that a heavy Fining will bp made, as coal Is one of lho largest expensed connected u'th plantation wink. The company nlm 1ms a contract to supply the Spreckelsvllle plantations on Maul, and a plant Is soon lo be erected thero to receive the oil. Part of the mnterlnl for tho plant Is believed to now bo on the ground. The oil will be stored In a central place and piped to various plantations when desired. AFTER CARNEGIE FOR LIBRARY If Honolulu does not get a hhnro of tho good gold of Andrew Carnegie, at least it wants to know the reason why. So it wns that the last mall carried to tho Ilbrary.glver a second Ictttr from thn trustees of tho Honolulu library, through Its president, Professor M. M. Srott. A hopeful feature of the matter lies In tho fnct Hint President David Starr Jordan, of Stanford University. Ins given his support to tho project, and Is urging upon Mr. Carnegie tho settlement of a sum of money upon tho library for Hit purpose of talcing enre of Its work. Tho Callfornlan took up this matter nntl It 1h the belief that ho will r f eo Mr. Carnegie, who Is a cloe per. soniil friend, am) urge tho benefaction upon his atttntlcn. 'lho renewal of the presentation of thn local ciRii was undertaken upon tho that the first letter to tho steel magnato miscarried, through Its havlnpc hreii misdirected. This tlmo the letter was fo'wnrtled to the New York addrms of tho millionaire, and without doubt retire, and that Senutor Perkins may .will rench h!s eye, cr at least that of his hv mo t)ivumii VI I- J