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i 12 PAGES. PAGES 9 TO 12. ESTAUL1SH ED JULT 9 UU VOL XXXV. HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY. MONDAY, MAY 12. 1902. PRICE FIVE CENT!. PRIDE OF LORD KITCHENER'S RIGHT- PROFESSION A I. CARDS. HAND MAN IN S.. AFRICA REGIMENT 1 VOLCANO MING UP Kilo People Think fa m-'. ..! th grrafst of ar ai4 omtaina ndding Injurious, it uf- as rellabO W'lr for Mek complaints. ma4 kw S tA f any oaaaa of eare to It credit aiaay ptMriant phh la p r.-c r it, -rirwml it a m rsjre for DY8 PSJPS1A. l.M'lithttMW. PLATI IJKCT. M I NO. NKKVOUM- "F"CompanyWins the Silver Cup. CAPTAIN JOHNSON WAS LIONIZED T ; N and INSoMMA. TUT IT Th- fui h our I'MIVATK DIE o- r th Brrk of the bottt-. 1 HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Q Thrum's Imprint Stands For Qmallty Wedding, Reception, Society Note Paper AND High Grade Tablets an . koala .all mm lbs of bsjss- p"p-r wits Competitio n Drill of the First Reg-mcnt Givrn Before a Vast Audience. c Mr' f hick Mk Wrlis tor BBSSjSai ' Thos. G. Thrum, UQXOLCLC Horses Dny J or nics road DuJ mter plain and ind plantation male from W. S. WITHERS, Successor to O. Schunasn, Ltd . in AN liMds of Live Stock tables sod Corrsls corner Queen and A lake. Will Make Your Gioibcs Look Like New IF TOU TAKE THEM TO TUB EAGLE Cleaning and Dyeing Works. Tort St.. Opposite Star Dior a Tel. White 2362. cnou PILLS eMiCMtrrit PENNYROYAL W "A. V tiri . 7 I - ft J "' " ' " 1 ' ' k alMtgwwuiniiiiiini 1 I V fj .. " '"'' Tm-i'Z" ? V V ua. i. ' " . ' r Ij- r-WT oii 55, M tuiiw t Hit.. I AITAIN SAMUEL JOHNS N and F Company of the Klmt Regi ment. National Ouard or Hawaii. were the winner in the tompetltlvt drill h-i'i on Haturday afternoon on Capitol square, and for Ihr second Urn. 'arrled off th prise silver cup. The i ompany rolled up the surprlslngl) high percntagr of 9. with the Hawaii an company under Captain Nahora III pa, a close second with 95 per cent. Three regular army officers were the Judges, and were critical with every maneuver executed, yet all confessed at the conclusion of the drill that F Com pany' showing was almost perfect, Shortly after I o'clock Capitol aqUure was bordered by a dens- mass, of hu manity, a cordon of police keeping it clear from the Kwa end of the opera house to the Ewa side of the square and Kit. hard street. The grand stand at the latter end of the square, which was profusely decorated with flags, was occupied by Acting Governor Cooper, surrounded by his military staff, offi cer of the army and navy. offii la Is of th. Federal and Territorial govern ments, representatives of foreign coun tries, and a large number of ladle. In the front row were Governor and Mrs. Cooper. Admiral Merry. tT. 8. M . Baa John Harrett. Commissioner General of the SI tVoim Exposition, ('aptaln Hod man. U 9. N . t'aptaln Williamson. 1. S . M.ir J'i.v I S A . Mrs la vls. t'hlrT Jatkv Fr. ar. Justu s and Mra Galbralth. nd Mrs. Hobert Wll coa. and near by Wer.- Japanes.- cmsul Mlhl Salto ant.' al"- .ut l'.siti.-h Commissioner Hoar-. Mons. Vlxxavona. French Cnsui. & M:r -tiavarro. Por tuguese Consul. I'BJSM T HnU- r N. . Chinese Consul Yang' w"' IMn Spanish Consul Alvare and Mr. Al varea. Hon. A. s I'l. ghorn. At 1:30 the regiment, headed b rh government band, pa sard In review tsf fore Governor Cooper. With the rrg"' n.ent a ere the n. I.I uini staff offlaafS tnl otneers of the day. as fonows: f. Olonel J. W. Jones. I.ieut.-Col. C. J. McCarthy. MaJ..r C. V d ialer. M.tior J M Camara. Mar C. It. Cooper, aur geon: Captain John Hi haefer. adjutant auialn K It. 1 1- .1 iiut-nii.iit'r . i.l.iln Thi.riiits K Wll r.lnaiue of Acr: Capt. C. I.- Gar in. assistant sur geon. Capt. It. P. Meyers, assistant surgeon. Capt Marsti.n 'ampbell. ei -alneertng officer. First l.i.ui It VVrtaht. battalion adjutant: fflcer of tho day. Mr c W. Xelaier. 1st ir.-ai- ment. N. G. II offlt t r of th- au.rl. . apt. J. V Thomi-soti. II . t (eg im-nl. N tl. II The regtment marched off with th 'afl'i lo the Capitol grounds, and awaited there the order to aprar ?jpon the field. The fitllowlng order of drill was observed: First Co. Captain KUmni- . ..m mandlng. First Lieutenant V a Saaftfe; Kecoad Lou tenant K. L Iterndt. Second Co. F. Captain Samuel John son commanding. First l.u ut. nnnt. J W. Hhort. Second Lieutenant W. W arlyl. TMrd-Co. at Captain W J N.ihora lllpa commanUing. Firt Lieutenant f K Uul. Heeund Lieutenant. Thou Kahalia. Fourth Co. G. Captain Gustaw Rose romnurndlng: First Lieutenant. S K Kmmamptll. Hunl Lieutenant. IXinicl KekaaMk Klfth-Co It Captain W It K.l commanding. First Lieutenant. J. B. Utmmn. Seeond lieutenant. A. H. Haasm t'aptaln Urle O. A IMerce. First (.leutenant James F Kobinson and FirM Lluienant Harry W. Newton, all f the Artilt. r C. n -. C . A st.i- tloned at Camp MeKlnley. were the JudiT'-. and their rulings were satisfac tory. At the signal. Captain Klemme's company marched down the square to ward the reviewing stand. The m.-n marched welt, but In coming to a halt company front before the Quia I ailt. the line was crooked. Captain KIcmm made the mistake of not dressing the cor pany befor- commencing the fac-j Ingt. whl h told against him in th i enlaces. Again wnen a stree t car ame upn the parade ground, directly opposing the company front formation a splendid chance was given to make use of the obstruction maneuver of so many fours from right to rear. In st.-ad. both the car and company wer brought to a halt, and It was some tlm. bsfbri another order was given. Th Eruption Is Due. GENERAL 5JR IAN HAMILTON. Lord Kitchener's right-hand man in South Africa. Ever since the war In South Africa - liant record. There are indeed in the began, one of the most prominent i British service few more distinguished, names in the dispatches and news let-1 more accomplished, or more popular of ters from that quurter has been that I fleers thun this Scotsman. Before the of Lieutenant General Hlr Ian llamll- j present war broke out he had come to ton. Again and aguin has he been men- the front, both as a Cordon Highlander tiond. as g leader In SSSM daring ex-i and us a staff ofllcer. in the Indian pliflt or as a Commander on som- hard- war, the first Boer war. in the Soudan, fought field. Thus It was at Moddcr in Burmah. In Chitral. and on the In Blver early In the war. when he led a dlan Ocean. He was for a time mili dlvislon. and again at Magersfonteln tary Secretary at Kitchener's headquar and also at Ladyamtth. where he as-; ters. but is now that officer's chief of alateS in the defense and nd" Wh sTalf. 4ft-f-f result was a los of point The men' Admiral ttmttg 1. 1 -"! Mcl.nl. Ir. and drllltd steadily, however, and showed J Mr, aloore. Hon. onl .Mrs Mott Sinllh. Saiio. Mi anil Mrs OLAA MILL MAKES A NEW RECORD AKCtHTECtS BKAnPSI.F.K ft PAGE. Architsel ana Builders. Office, M floor. K'.ite build in?. Hotel street: Fketches and eor rtct estimates furnished at short n tice: Tel. 189; V t. bo 773. s l - -ia FRED. W. MII.VKRTON Rooms Ml 304 Stangenwald block; Tel. Main SM. THAYER a HBUBNWAY. OfBa 04 Btanajanarald building: Telephone 3Si Main. h, BOOR Kit. E. J. WALKER. Coffee Broker. High est prices paid for No. 1 Parcbmenf Coffee. Send samples. CIIIIiOP)IIHT. ). U THOMSON. Expert Chlroperllst. No. 11 Garden Lane, between Union and Beret. uiia stret t.. Doctor Russcl Will With an Old Plant. Experiment Fibre H Up Well The pride of the regiment. F Com .ii - . umli r t'aptaln Johnson, wus next on the Held. As the company aSBM to ward the grandstand by column of. fours, admiration came from all sides. I The lints were perfect, the marching quick and active, heads and eyes were held straight to the front, and when the rmny swung into company front, coming to a halt an lestant aft er, with every rifle butt strikli.g the ground simultaneously. the crowd buret Into hearty applause. It was ap parent from the first order given that the company was in splendid condi tion.' There was no faltering, no biun deis. and every command was intcr or. li d aright. The oblique movements weii splendidly executed, and the tuilues looked in vain for a distorted HM Captuln Johnson's company knows the secret of the oblique, the In ' i locking step, w ithout which it falls of m purpose. When the company boke Into platoon formation and the to iommands came to a halt, and as the rifles came to the ground with t"t, aaa thud, there was a roar of ap .'aoee. A beautiful movement was otH twn the company front beina bro.Hiw Hilo ,'nuri at a company turn, nch set (time Into line one ufter an- tr.. i T .-kirmit-h drill was i "ne ighi. Th' manuul if arms was g'v'eff w it h a ai.ap. Mr. and Mrs Miki J P. Makainal. .Mr and Mrs. J. M. st. Major Pratt. Br. J. S. B J W. Pratt. Miss Pbilii.s lr. t T. Itoaers. I.t -Com. Ml Pratt. Mrs It oilman, and Mrs. lion A J. M. Robertson i u whtidaa EL W. Schmidt. Miss S-hmldt. E. R Stackable. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Bpeucef. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith. Mrs. J. H. Hop. r. Prtf. and Mrs. Smith, oftlcers of the I S. gunboat Wheeling. Ir. and Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs Wray Taylor. Mens. A- Viszavona. Mrs. B. II. Wrlpht. Cataln nn.l Mr. Willl.imsoii. Mrs K. W Wilcox. A. B. W.kI. Hon. and Mrs. U W WUcOS Yana Wei pin. Major aiul Mrs. K. O. Whit-. Chas Wilcix Mrs l J McCirMiv. Mrs K. M itoy en. Mrs. C XieKler. Mis J. M famara. Jr . Mrs. Meyers. Mrs M. Klcmnte. Mrs 8. Johnson. Mrs. J. A. Til Hill SW1. Mr. C. R...e. Mrs. N. Hla. Mrs W. Ril-v. M J. A. Oonsalves. Mrs. F. Smith. Mrs K L, lurndt. Mrs J. It. Gorman. Mrs II. II. Moore. Mrs. Cut Sclmefer. Mrs J M.i ebada. Mrs J. K Mauloa. Mrs. T Kaka lia. lrs J. Short. Mrs W. W Carlyle. Mrs. S. K. Kekaiilike. Mrs. N.ikuinn. Mrs. Aniana. Capt. Roseiithnl. Lieut and Mrs ItitfKS. Mr sad Mrs Coyne. Ed. : Tows-. Capt. and Mrs. P. Smith. Nthlrt Hl4 rrl K l' 4i f fl Til A ti I' UFDCiDT .. follow..?. TIM coinmflt.il w:is ' I TU K I U A K 7 ,.UrUIl pi ka the end I V OF HEALTH BOARD of I lie drilllna It Wl.'- also the pride of all. The men dii!.' : ': -terans ahd xh'hitcd a splemlld kii'ovledge off tRc nuini'Ut rr lh. ir nmvinonia wliil. not so quick and active as 'ho- of K Comtany. were well executed. Com ;ainy. under Captain !bse. did some rin.- work, and was often heartily ap plauded for a particularly good piece of maneuvering. Captain Hliey and P. ComMny made a flue showing through out It was S:30 when the cometitlon came to an end. and the Artillery offi cer at once announced their findings. a follows: First Prixe Company F. W per cent ''aptaln Samuel Johnson. Second Prise Company E. JO p'. i . tit t'aptaln Nahora Hlpa. TMrd Prlxe Conqaiiy ;. 3 per -er.t. aptaln Custave I lose. 'mpany II. p-r cent.. Captain VI It Itlley Company A. per cent a plain Kfemme. A moment later 'nj t.nn Johnson was mounted on the shoulders of members of hi i "mpany and carried In triumph to heiid'iuurtcrs. Captain Pierce, who cade the announcement for the judge raid It gave him pleasure to announce that the Haw. ill. in onip.itiy. under Captain Hip.i. hid l n awardnl sec- nd prixe The gu-sts In the grandstand were as f ol'ow Half of the Deaths for April Were Amongst th Hawaiian;. cc::o for free ai'itotB TUMvt ... . taaaa or ItClva vC sa.taTic II. L CO. li 'c-i.-2 Mi.es.cT ar -am miKk.o aa Mr ai d Mrs II C Austin. Pr. f and Mrs W l. Alexander. Ir. and Mrs L F. Alvarrs. Mia H. A. Austin, bliai Adama. t'apt A Hi. rt-n K H lld. Mrs E. S Boyd. Hon and Mrs R W treeko . 1 1. in. and airs J. II t..d Mrs II lUraer. Mr and Mrs J k. ltrown. Hon. John Barrett Mr. and Mrs Andr w Krown. Mr J. II Itiiss. Capt lib s-k linger The iovernr a- I Mrs C. i. r. Miss Aliie i"mper. Alfr-d i"iMipr. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. i 'at h. art. Mr and Mrs II. H. Chamberlain, airs Mars ton Campbell. C. Charlock. Hon A 8 Cleghorn. Hon. C. I- and Mrs. Crabhe. Dr. and Mrs. Cofer. A d. S iV.avaiT" Hon and Mrs J J Dunne. Hon ami Mrs. E. P Pot. Hon. and Mr. C. H. Dick. y. Mr. and Mr Dillingham. Cha Dole, Miss R Davison. Prof Dyke. Ho BBd Mrs M M Estee 11 E.ske. Hon W F. PreOT, Lieut and airs Forster. Cstt and laidy tlar- tnlMrr. H-n and Mrs. C A C.albralth. Hen. Geo. D Gear. Mr and Mr W. at Graham. Mr and Mrs W M Glffanl. Miss ;iffar I. Ml Gallacher. W. W Harris. Mrs W W llirrs. Hon. and Mm A S. Humphreys. IT. 8 Marshal F. R. Hendry. British Com- r: - - r '. I 1 ! ' MISS II .i M ' snd Mr- W. W Hall. Paymaster Hall. Th- '.I. A '. H ,w n Mr a- I Mrs II c D P ;. Is. iiber. I Capt Kenake. Mr. and Mrs R F. T-a-.. . Mr and F F Iainslng. : .V.rs. Mr and Mrs. Matins. Rear The mortuary report of the Hoard of Health for the mouth of April la as fol lows: Death SC. as follows: Hawaiian . Chinese . Portuguese ' Japan, s.- !' Rrltlah Z. American '. other nationalities a Population of Honolulu, census Of IWO. 39.306; monthly death rate per 10 f population. 3.34: marriaaes resrted 34 births reported M. The causes of death a. n Diphtheria 2. malarial f.r I. tvphul f. o r 1. cholera Infantum L ehob-ra mor bus 1. diarrhoea 1. dysentery 4. venereal I. septicemia I. malnutrition I. sarcoma of throat I. diabetes I. pulmonary 17. ata lectasls 1. premature births I. congestion of brain . convulsions 1. tetanus 1. beri beri 2. heart disease 4. perdicarditis 1. asthma I. bronchitis 2. emphyema 1. tou silitls 1. pneumonia S. pulmonary conges tion. 2. gastritis 3. gastr- nteritis 1. in flatnmation of intestines hemorrhage of intestini s. entr.x "litis 1. htSasa- matlon of livr 1. pel 111 III ! 2. acute nephritis 1. Rright's disuse 1. umbiiii-al hemorrhage 1. gangrene i. asphyxiation I. burns 2. drowning 1. knife wound 1. frac ture of skull by machinery 1. suicide. gunshot wound 1. The bacteriologist of the Health Depart ment reports having examined four 1-p. r suspects. The meat and lish ln.T tor ri port having examined lil.t jnlnuin and ondtmnlng two carcass, s: livers tluk- l.'C. fish examined l.v'.."0. :.-ti . . !.! m A PO88IBILITT. That Beramc a Fad and Pleases Many BBM People. A. R. Lewi. M. D.. in a lengthy artl le In th- columns of the American Jourral of Health, says concerning hair: It's deterioration is a constant otirce of worrlment to humanity, con eqoentty bald people are readily de- . 1 by 'fake hair restoratives The . Ish that a hair preparation w ill "fill he blir Is father to the fancy that It Is t . d.. m, A rare case In point is bat of Newbro's Herpleide which act ually Joes fill the bill.' It deatroys ms that attacks the hair nt. -. --..ets dandruff, falling hair ar.d 1L. aiay 9 The people of Hilo and vicinity are again watching for an early outbreak of the Vol cano. Recent visitors have noticed in creased action in the crater, and an other eruption is not wholly unexpect ed within a very short time, tin Wed nesday the cliffs and floor of the vol cano were a mass of steam. The clouds were so dense that I'wekahima. the Government surveying station sit uated on the high bluff about a mile from the hotel, was invisible. People who were present at the lava flows of 1881 and 1883 report that they never have seen steam jmn the Kilauea Iki side of the crater, while at present the f-wtjjerable smoke is visible on that side. Manager WaldfOt) went down into the crater on Wednesday and made a careful examination off Haletnaumau. Twii-e during the day. when the wind blew Ue steaqa J 2B, .s".; h xTTis able to see fltv at the Lottoni of the pit. The idea that it was a burning .sulphur bunk was removed by the lack of fumes. Had it been burning sul phur the smell would have been evi dt-nce of the fact. The old native guide, who is prob ably the best authority on Pele's ac ti ins. having been at the volcano for more than thirty years, says that the volcano is acting just as it always does before it breaks out. He expects an eruption in the near future. Porto Ricans here intend to observe the independence day of Cuba. On May -0th. when the emblem off the new republic is to be raised for the tiist time. Cuban flags will be floated from th Porta EUcaa camp near here. The annual Sunday school excursion will be given tomorrow, the picnickers going to Puna. K. WVry and family departed on the Falls of Clyde for an extended JouTi ney on the European continent. Judge Hapai has been hearing an in teresting tax case. W. Ross Campbell refused tv pay the personal tax de manded by the collector, upon the ground that he had been xvlth'. The Territory only since the first of Janu ary, and consequently could not be held for the tax. Judge Hapai de cided otherwise, however and the tax ii.iisf p l'u'd unl-ss an appeal j$ tafcen, Professor Leonard Is to hiake ft lial loon ascension tomorrow, and says h-" will go up 3000 fe-t. The Cotillion Club gave a most en- 1 .vable 'i-rman rriday v-uing at Spreckels" hall. Miss F'unc Eat .;i was t tioacn queen of Ma)', and was crowned by the maids of honor, who were: Mrs. UcG Deacon. Mrs. F. B. McStocker. Lilinoe Hapai. the Misses Cheek. Mrs ' Rice and Meliinl-- I'anarln. Tracklaying has begun on the Ka ntgjele' division of the Puna railroa L A team belonging to e. W. Barnard went over the bank near Ookula last w eest iiim one mui w.i.s Kioeo. ur. Grace's team met with a similar acci dent, th." Japanes driver going dow six tv f.-et Messrs t;a.i! 1 in ; Lsp-as had a narrow escape from a serious accld-rt at the same place. The n.ia mill did a re rd-smashing business last week in grinding 131J1 tons of sugar in live days off 1? hours each. The run is said to be the best ever made by any mill in the Hawaiian Islands The t Haa people celebrated the famous run with a meeting at the mill last Saturday night. There were over thirty of the employes present and they had a Jolly good time. Speech! were indulged in and the supremacy of Olaa was fittingly toasted. In the higher elevations on this island, where the timber has been cut down, the olona fiber plant grow lux uriantly. During the recent visit of Commissioner Smith the cultivation of olona was discussed by hitn with Doc tor Russel. and the C mm:ssioner re quested the doctor to procure samples to be forwarded to the Agricultural De partment at Washington. It is said that olona fiber is stronger than that Off any plant known, and has a commer cial value worth considering. Years ago Hawaiians used it in making nets and fish lines, and the old Hawaiian at Seeonnet. he whose face has become familiar as a model for Professor Hen- haw in his photographic work, has a fish line now in use that was made by his grandfather. The Commissioner will ask the Department off Agriculture t Washington to find means of treat ing th fiber economically, and h--v. the information is secured a movement will be set on foot to plant from cut tings much Off the upland not suiteu to cane. DR. W. R. BOGLE. Office, Oregon block. Hotel and I'nion Sis. CONTRACTORS. WM. T. P ATT. Contractor and Build er, store and office fitting: shob Ala kea St.. bt ween King and Hotel; roa., 1641 Anapuni. DR. H rooms 2 and 14 ObNTISTS. BICKNELL. Mclntyre bldg.. office hours, 9 to 4. ALBERT B. CLARK. D.D.S. Berets nla and Miller; office hours, 9 to 4. M. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S. Alakea St.. three doors above Masonic Temple, Honolulu; office hours. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. )R. GEO. H. HUDDY Mclntyr bldg., rooms 1 and 2; 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR. A. C. WALL. DR. O. E. WALL. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.; Lovr bldg.. Fort St.; Tel. 434. KlaECTKlCAL. KNOINKKH8. JAS. S. McKEE. Electrical. Mechanle- al and Consulting Engineer; office, rooms 11 and 12, Progress block. BNOINeBKS. ARTHUR C. ALEXANDER. -Survey or and Engineer, 409 Judd bldg.; P. O. box 732. CATTON. NEILL A CO.. LTD. engi neer. Electricians and Bollerrnff&er, HonOfUiw. ,w ' saai ; E. TAPPAN TAN N ATT. Civil and Electrical Engineer. Office, Room 4. Spreckels block. Residence. 1313 Wil der Ave. Telephone, Main 132. JAMES T. TAYLOR. M. Am. Soc. C. E. Consulting Hydraulic Engineer; 804 Judd bldg.. Honolulu; P. O. box 799. 1-NtjR A VhKS, V. BEAKBANE. Card Engraving and Stamping; room 3, Elite building. IN-DRANCE. "HE MUTUAL LIFE INSORANCB CO. OF NEW YORK. S. B. ROSE. Agent, . . . Honolulu. MUSICIANS ;OOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL Love rddg.. Fort St. Its methods are the rsult of 39 years' experience in teaching. PHYSICIANS. R. W. H6PPMANN Seretanla St.. opposite Hawaiian Hotel. Hours, 9 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 3. and 7 to 8 p. m. Phone White 481. DR. T. M ITAMT7RA. Office. 1468 Nuu- anu St.; Tel. White 152; office hours, S to 10 a. in , and 6 to 8 p. m., except Sundays. DR. J. UCH IDA. Physician and Sur geon; office, Beretania, between Fort arid Nuuanu streets; office hours. 8 to 12 a. m.. 7 to 8 p. nx; Tel. 1211 White. UNDERTAKERS, EnBALfTERS, TOWN B B N D UNDERTAKING CO. 383 Beretania St.; Phone Blue 671. NOTICE. PERSONS ii'-. diiig.oi know ing of those who do need, protection from physi i al or moral injury. Which they are not abl.- to obtain for themselves, may consult the Legal Protection COmaalttee of the Anti-Saloon League. Mclntyre building. W. H RICE, Supt. ir. stone-f WATCHES DURABLE ako ACCURATE The Keystone Watcb Case Co. iit.ii mi Philadelphia, U.S. A. 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