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Congress udjourned Jur.o 7 th. u-
Send in your job orders. W'c are,
now prepared to luvmlle Iho rush.
Pioneer plantation, Lahaina, is all
right. Jais all at work and contented.
Bo not forget that we are to have
races at Kabul ul on tho "Glorious
The ergugejnent is announced of
Miss Grace Walker to Mr. '( tie A.
BORN. At Kalivilt'i, June 21.
to the wife of Superintendent Vi".
Filler, a son.
A few more si'l; badges, com
liiemorative of Admision Day, for
sale at tin; New olt'ce.
The Planters, I'.urVau of Maui is in
runniii'T order, at Wailukvi, and seems
to work all right, so far.
Closing exercises at St. Anthony's
Shoil will lw held on Ti!esd:v
mrnin;j, at nine o'clock.
S.ipri.ited Filkr. who lu;s Ixn
e tined t ihi -; i m for sum.? days by
a pleuritic attack, is rapidly recover
ing. Tneru havL' been ir) labor troubles
,'at the Iviliei, raia and II smakuap ko
plantations so far, and there probably
will be none in the future.
The Japanese on the Nana. IXum.in
and Kipahulu plantations are all
at work, and all three plantation.1:
are in a llocrishing condition.
Three Japanese, wer''; arrested awl
fined $10.00 each for fast and furiou.
riding through the streets ofWailuki
on Wedi)"s;!.iy evening. Ti.cy pair
their fines. .
W. Glass, the sailor who stabbed a
shipmate at "Wailuku on Admission
Day was acquitted before the District
Magistrate on the. grounds that hi
was acting strictly in self dofcii.se.
Mr. M. L. Decker, in charge ei
Col. V. IT. Cnv.veTs racing sta
ble, has returned to Waikapu, bit
has not yet decided whether he will
take his string of tilers to Hilo.
Tin1 Ijahainaliuia sch.ool has issued
a very neat and tasteful program o!
their closing exercises, to . be heki
next Wcdiiesdaay. The program
was printed by the school press, an,
is a typographical work of merit.
The excavation of the, rcse.rvoii - foix
the Wailuku water works is abou'
completed, and in few days the work
of cementing it will be begun. Under
the immediate supervision of Mr.
Field, a grader of much experience,
the work has been well and cheaply
Mr. Jos. Cooke p.r.d Mr. Marshall,
of Alexander & Baldwin, Honolulu,
are visiting Maui generally ait"
Kihei in particular. On Thursday
evening, they drove to Ilamakuapoki
whera they are stopping as tin
guests ot jiutmger ikiiuwm ot
There is but little chaii' e to rceun"
this week in the way of .shipping
news. C.i iKinday, the Dora Bluhni
sailed with 780.) bugs of sugar. The
schooner Eureka loaves in ballast
for Gray's Harbor today. The Lu
line is expected to arrive at Kahuh.:-
tomorrow or Monday.
Superintendent Carley of the Maui
Telephone Company has had a force
of men ot work in AVailuku for the
past f-eyernl days, shifting the wire:
from the oid to the new tel.-ph.au
poles. Single house service will hi
given t: all win desire it. and tin. or-
eupat Mil of the. rubber Deckers wil
be g'.iy.i' for go-xi.
The labor troubles at Spne!:es ilii
plantation liave becrt happily settled,
and all the Japanese have gone back
to work. The Japanese akcd foi
tue Kurreiider of tii;ir contracts, ant
after mature consideration. Jtanagei
Lo)vrie concluded to ciieeda to tjieii
tle:ia:uU. Tins satisfied the Japs,
and everything is linrmviiieus on tin
p' ar tot ion
. r. I'abbcit, of Ven f Tarns.
Young, Honolulu, a'".i over t
. Maui on Wemliiesday'd Chu'd'j.e, ar.i
Is ain-mg ?he Maui men hr.t.s for j
few days. The firm which he repr
senLs. aillioegli ;i new oi:e eompnrii-
tiviTy speaking, holds a high raid
among the live . business houses v.
Honolulu. Mr. V(in Hamm is at pre
sent in Denver; Colorado, partly for
his health and partly for a pleasure
and business trip to the Coast.
The Xkws received by Wednesday's
mail llie first file or t!.e Hoiiolu!
Mepiiblican. Ably edited, ne.it i
typograpliical appearance i.mI full o
fat adsl it jiresents ijuite a metropo
litan aspect. It proposes au in
novation in the matter of a Sunday
issue, which wili -.liecome li iopulur
feature of fin'''' paper in Honolulu.
There is no doubt but that' the
Republican will prove an unqualified
success in the. newspaper wq; 'd, and
we modestly and cordially citcrd to
it the glad hand.
Yesterday afternoon, Miss .i ape
and the pupils of the AVailuku school
gave a very delightful entertainment
in the large hall of the school build-
ling, in honor of Mi s. Ifeapy who
leaves for the Coast today, to enjoy
i year of much needed rest. The
ereises closed with the sweet old
song, "O oil be with you till we meet
it is mforhmate that the school
111 have 1o lose the invaluable ser
vices of Mrs. Heapy. who lias done
so mu li to make it the success with
t ha.i been.
A Nov Horse Epidemic.
A new kind of ailment is afilicting
e horses of Kust Maui, and one
which 1 have never heard or
ad before. It assumes the shape
an abscess, and is fouiid on the
ar side of the animal, between
the stifle and the hipbone.
I have SL-en in this district, and
Iso in the Kaupo district, some
leven cases, nine of which had the
! wess in identically the same place.
Of the other two cases, one appeared
on the front and near side of the
risket, and the other between the
yc- and ear, also on the near side,
t have heard of a great many other
ases in the Kula and Kahikinui
districts; and in every instance.
-hey have been described to me as
oemg situated the same as the
majority of the above mentioned
Amongst the eleven cases, the
abscess of one animal had burst
naturally and healed in a short
time, (about two weeks) . The
tliers I lanced, bavin' to ro a:-
Jeep as one and one-half inches
before reaching the matter, of which
there is an enormous quantity.
I have the wound washed and
dressed, and it heals very quickly.
Two horses in the Kaupo district
died, that had this abscess; aiu1
in neither case, had . the abscess
jurst, but whether this was the
au.se of their death o- not, I cannot
I should be very glad if any of
your veterinary readers could en
lighten us as to the cause of this
malady, also if other parts of the
Island are troubled with it.
The horses iu every instance have
been grass fed animals and ii
L. Vox Tempskv.
Makawao, Maui, June 8, 11(00.
A Census Riot.
Some of the Japanese at Camp .",
Spreckelsville, have pulled a handfui
ii taii feathers out of Uncle Sam
On Wednesday afternoon, Moses
tvauaimahu, the Hawaiian census
enumerator, accompanied by a Ja
panese interpreter, after taking the
:-ensus in several of the other Spree
kelsville camps, went to 'camp .").
His appearance was the signal for
iiostile demonstrations, and before he
ould explain the object of his visit, he
a id his interpreter were attacked
oy some fifteen or twenty infuriated
Being something of a sprinter,
M jse.s escaped with a wlule skin, but
uie interpreter was not so fortunate
and was caught by the Japanese and
ininerci fully beaten.
Yesterday morning, Sheriff Bald
win tool; out a large posses of police
iien to arrest the ringleaders, re
juesting Manager Lowrie and his
mnas to assist in the arrest. As the
police reached Camp .", a number of
iapane.se were observed t(5 mount
I heir horses and ride rapidly to the
ithcr camps. A kite was a'so sent
ip by the Japs, apparently as a signal.
Camp 5 consists really of three
amps, kn.iwa as East. Middle and
.Vest Camp .", and it was at Wi- t
i?auip5thao the trouble first occur-
d. T.i.! p.li.-i! first visited West
Jump fj; and arrested seven of tin
iien who had attacked the census
men. While searching for others.
ii - i : i i- - t i
i.nc .liiioic lamp o jap.inese were
ibserved coming, armed with .-.tick:
and cane kiihus, and yelling furious
ly. The sheriff, at the. head of tlu
posse of police, met them iu the
government road and ordered them
to stop. Disregarding the order of
the sheriff, some of them even seized
lie hridies of the horses on which the
loiice were mounted.. The p.ilice
i ivere ordered to drive tiienj back,
and theyilit into, the Japs wfth .blarlc
snake whips. .The Japs broke Kir
cover and neypt stopped un til they
reached their houses in Middle Camp
5. This camp was also searched, but
none of the Japanese who assaulted
the census taker Were found.
Hy this time, the Japanese from
East Camp 5 approached in a body
but unarmed and quietly. JThcy were
met by the police, and a iong con
ference followed. Finally through
the patient efforts of Sheriff Baldwin
ind Manager Liurip, it was explain
ed to the Japanese that the census
taker was an official of the govern
ment of the United States, and not a
police or plantation spy, a ; they h ad
evidentlvat first believed.
"Why, asked the Japs, '-if he was
a governn'.. nt, official, did he not
wear the uuifoi n. of his government ?"
It is not recorded by what means
Sheriff Baldwin and Manager Low-He
suceeded in explaining to the Japs
that the United States does not
imitate the effete monarchies of
Europe anil the orient, to the extent
of decorating its servants with gaudy
Late in the afternoon, hot, dusty
and tired, the police and lunas left
the be wildered Japs, who were but
half satisfied with the conditition of
of things. Rumors were current in
Wailuku on Wednesday evening, that
the Spreckelsville Japanese were
coming to Yk ailuku to liberate those
who had been arrested, and as a
precaution;-ry measure Sheriff Bald
win had the AVailuku jail guarded by
a strong force of police on Wedr.esday
light, but the Japanese made no at
tempt to liberate the men and no
further trouble is anticipated.
It is to be regretted that this
trouble should have occured just at
this particular time, but if the Ja-
uinese are taught a salutary lesson
as to the advisability of not using
violence .good mav come out of it.
London. June 14, 4:20 a. m. . The
Chinese are entrenched outside of
Peking to oppose the advance of
the international column. A dis
patch fromTicn-Tsin, dated Tuesday,
June 12, says:
"I learn that the Chinese have
guns trained on the American mis
sion and the British legation. Two
thousand Russian cavalry and infant
ry with artillery have landed at
London, June M.j',3:40 a. m.
After a week's silence Lord Roberts
lias been heard from, his line of
communications having been practi
cally restored by means of a com
plete victory gained by Ornerals
Mc thuen and Kitchener over General
:le Wet at the Rhenosty river
London, June 14. Lord Roberts
engagement with General Botha
terminated as expected by the Boer
?ommander-in-eh:ef,rctiring from his
position. Beyond driving Botha fur
the r from the capital, liitle seems to
have been accomplished, as Lord
Roberts does not mention the capture
of prisoners or guns or the infliction
London, June 14, 1:43 a. m. The
War Office issues the following re
port from Lord Roberts under d ite
of Pretoria, June 1H, afternoon:
'"The enemy evacuated their strong
position during the night and have
retired to the eastward. Buller's
force and mine have afforded each
other mutual assistance. Our cc
L'upation of Pretoria caused member
if Boers to withdraw from Laing's
Xek and Buller's advance to Yolks
rust made them iV.el their rear would
be shortly endangered."
New Yoi'.K, June 11. A di.-.p;itcl
to the Tribune from London says
The news from Peking is still vague.
The marines are compelled to fight
their way into the capital with rifle
and Maxim. British marines have
oeen in action with the- jJoxers m
clearinjf the railways, but eight
nations are represented on tin
Yokohama, June 14. Japan is
about to send a mixed regiment to
China. The Government press de
clares that Japan alone could sup
press the revolt, but she must first
win the confidence of the powers and
avoid acts likely to awaken suspicion.
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
(Jt Spreckels' Ptirk, Kahuliii,
Wedensday, JULY 4th, 193.
Psr7,Races to commence at 10 o'clock
a. m. sharp.
First: BICYCLE RACtf.
One mile daoh, free for idl Maui
Cyclists, entries to close 10
minutes, before Race, 25.00
Gold Medal, entrance fee .2.rn.
Second: RUNNING RACE.
Half Mile Dash, for Maiden Ponies
. 14 hands and under, Fiuv.r
Third: TROTTING AND PACING
One Mile Heats, best 2 in. three
minute class, for all Maui hors.
Purse JUKI. 00.
Fourth : RU NNINO RACE.
Three-Fourth Mile Dash, free fnr
all Hawaiian bred horses. Purse
Fifth: RUNNING RACE.
One-Fourth Mile Dash,- free for
Maui bred Ponies, 14 hands and
under, Purse $23.00.
Sixth: TROTTING AND PACING
One Mile Heats, best 2 in 3. for
all Maui Maiden horses, Purse
Seventh: RUNNING RACE. COR
One. Mile Dash, free for all horse:..
Members of the Association t:i
ride, Purse, $10.00 Gold Medal.
Eighth: MULE RACE, RUNNING
One Mile Dash; Purse $50.00.
Ninth: FOOT RACK
100 Yards Dash, entries to close
10 minutes before the race.
Tenth: TROTTING. AND PACING :
One-Half Mile Heats, best 2 in
for Maui Ponies 14 hands and
under, Purse $25.00.
Eleventh: RUNNING RACE.
One Half Mile and Repeat, -free
for all, Purse $30.00.
All Entries aye to be made with
the Secretary b'clijre J2 o'clock noon
on Friday, June.itli, ViM)0. Entrance
fee to be 10 per cent of the purse un
less otherwise specified.
All Races are to be run or trotted
under the rules of the Maui Racing
All Horses are expected to start
unless withdrawn by 12 o'clock noon
on July 2nd, WOO.
General Admission 50 cents.
Grand Stand (extra). .$.30 & $1.00
Quarter Stretch Badges. . . . 2.50
Free track to all comers.
Per Order of Executive Committee
t-'eeretarv Maui Racing Association.
Customers are informed that
every check, draft or order, drawn
on or after June 14th, !!00, payable
at sight or on .demand, .jnujt have
thereon a two-cent U..S. Interna!
Revenue stamp, cancelled by tin
initials of theelrawcr and date of is -sue
before it will be paid, received , o:i
deposit, or taken for collecti.m.
The negotiation or payment if aav
check, draft or order, without such
cancelled stamp affixed v.il! be w
violation of tho U. S. Revenue Law
and will l ender the maker liable to
tlie prescribed penalty.
Stamp for above parp.iscs will be
supplied to customers at faco value
by ."tho1, undersigned, or tan be
obtuiiud at the 1. ' S. Internal
Rcveuue om.-e, c irncr Fj'-t A'.ln
Bishop & Co.,.
Ci.ars SVm.rKr.i.s & Co..
Yokohama Siwie Basrv,
Tuk Bank or Hawaii, Lui.
The Fui st American Ban:;
, of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Honolulu Jer.e ft, l'.'OO.
Yeiur business in' the
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator of the
Estate of Aming deceased, intestate,
'ate of Kahului. Maui, notice is
'hereby given to all persons having
claim'' against said estate to present
th an, duly authenticated, to the un
dersigned v it bin f-'i months from ikj,to
hereof, or they will be forever bar
red. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make im
mediate payment to me at the office
of Hons & Coke, Wailuku, Maui.
Administrator of the Estate. ef Aming
Wailuku. Maui. May VMh, l'J'10.
Feee Tei; to San F-ronciseo
Foe llnwnil TeochPts.
The "EvENixo Brt.r.KTiN" of Ho
nolulu offers a delightful vacation
trio to the Pacific Coast and return,
to the school teacher who shall be
declared by popular vote to be the
m i-.t popu'ar teacher of the Ha
waiian Islands. The votes which
appear in each issue of the "Bulletin"
should be cut out and sent to the
Bulletin" office where they un
counted eilc'.i week, and the result
The mimes of the teachers do not
appear in the paper but a li-t of
names corresponding with the count
cd numbers, may bo obtained ou
application to the oftiee. . t'
The old standby, the At.str.hiia.
which can always he depended, on
plugue or no plague, territorial law
or no territorial law, is the ship that
will carry the fortunate' teacher 'who
secures the prize on her well de
served o'.itilig trip. Everyone knows
the Australia end though she does
roll just a little hit. the food you get
is so good it simply has to stay down.
The genial captain and purser will
undoubtedly do all in -their pawcr
t.i make the trip a delightful time
iong to be remembered by the teach-
u who is declared the most popular
f the Ish-nds! . The return 'ticket
will be good for four months and the
visit at the Coast will be limited in
time only by the desires of the
If you want to give one of your
teacher friends one of the most
pleasant summers they have every
nj'vyed just cut out the votes which
pptar m the upper right hand
corner of this page in' each issue
:v.i.l deposit them in the ballot box
at the Bulletin office. .If you are
not satisfied with this slow way of
bringinsr her to the front why then
subscribe for the Bulletin and get
vour friends to subscribe. You will
,'et all the news and the most cor
rect news and get it all the time.
and in addition you will be given
votes to cast for your favorite teach
er as follows, according to the term
of your subsciption: - .
1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
(i MONTHS 350 "
ITEaR... 750 "
Subscriptions are "3 cents a month
or $8 a year in advance.
For Hilo -Races
St mi'. CLAUDINBwill sa!l
from Honolulu on
MONDAY, JULY 2nd, m.
At 5 p. m., and provided twenty
tickets are sold from Maui po'.L
to Hilo and return at $12.50 each.
Sa3 Will p.'OCJSJ tO HilO, IjlVuV;
Maui parts on Tuesday, arriving i
Hilo on the morning1 cMh3 rourt!;.
Leaving Hiio at midnignt of tr.
Fourth, will arrive at Kahului o:i
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AmcrUn & Scctch Whiskey.
Bear, A Is and Wine J
Ice Cold Drinks.
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