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Vol. III. No. 558.
HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1897.
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Residences Hawaiian Hotel.
FOR THE ADAMLESS EDEN
tiii: u:i:it voyahk op tub
HUM J PKltCY KIMVAHDS.
IIoiiiiiI i rirl lor I.fvukii unit Thru
lor Any Old IbIihiiI In the
Tbo arrival of tho brig Percy B.
Edwards oil port this morning
bas given the waterfront oracles
plentySlot mnttor for talk. Sho
Las on board a queer expedtWir
of about 100 porsons who are in
torested in a sort of co-operativo
colonization scheme, but they
seom to bavo but d vory queor idea
of what particular island they aro
going to colonize. According to
the Coast papers, which havo boon
full of tho strango expedition for
weeks, tho scheme owes its incep
tion to a fake story in a sensation
al morning newspaper about an
island in tho South Pacific that
was desolato of men by reason of
war and "blaokbirdiug." This
wired narrative declared that tho
crew of a passing ship had been
ontroated by tho great numbers of
lonosomo women to romain and
marry thorn. Thero wore othor
liko embellishments and tha
"Adamlcss Eden" island began to
bo taken seriously for a timo.
Subsequently tho myth was ex
ploded in tho newspapers, lloiu
hart, the projector of tho enter
prise, so it is said, at first bad in
view the idoa of supplying the
dusky and husband hungry fe
males with mates. Subsequently,
whon the story was oxploded, he
changed tho charter by calling
it a "colonization scheme." What
the end of it will bo remains to bo
Each member of tbe expedition
has paid in $100 to tho general
fund, which has been placed in
tbe hands of general managor
Reinhart, who up to tho timo of
sailing bad received about $10,000
in this way. Of this 2500 was
paid for tho brig, and about as
much for ropairs and provisions,
leaving boiuo $5000 still in Rein
hart's pockot book.
The clearance papers of tho
Percy Edwards, which wore issued
to Captain Peterson in tho name
of the United Brotherhood of tho
South Sea Islands, designate Le
vuka, in the Fiji group of islands,
aa tho destination of tho voyage.
Prom that point Captain Potorson
announces he will proceed to Bou
gain Island in tho Solomon group.
Beyond this all is hazo and mist.
The expedition then loses itself
nnywhoro in the coral dotted ocean
if tho word of those who aro man
aging it is to be taken seriously.
There aro provisions aboard tho
vo3sol sufficient to feed tho voy
agers for one year. In all thero
aro just 100 men in the crowd.
They hail from all points along
tho coast and embrace almost
ovory trade and profession. Thoro
is one notable vacancy, aud, con
sidering the co - oporativo Bido
of tho affair, it is an important
ono. Thero is no shoemaker in
The provisions and general
supplies havo beon paid for out of
tho funds collected by Roinlinrt.
Each member of tho expedition,
howover, has laid in some extras
on his own accouut. Iu tho item
of firearms and ammunition, a
Koarny-Btreet eforo sold stock to
tho amount of' SM00 to the Percy
Edwarda' passeuger list. Theso'
arms woro purchased with a viow
of mixing up with cannibals.
The baggage list comprises some
queer articles. An Italian, who
hails from Stockton, took with
him as his possession a fiddlo and
a ten-gallon demijohn of chonp
Tho brig is 189 tons net and
but 104 feot long, consequently
Roinhart and his followers find
their now quarters nono too
spacious. In faot, the mattor of
Bleeping accommodations has
boen n source of much worry.
Tho cabin has boon provided with
bunks at tho oxponso of tho cubic
air regulations. In tho stern an
additional house has been built,
equipped with a cooking galley,
wboro more bunks have bopu
constructed. Below in the hold
the remainder of tho crowd will
sleep as best they can.
The crow of tho vessel will con
sist of sixtoon Bailors. Like every
body else on board, they too havo
a largo stock of faith, for their
wages for tho most part consist of
projective profits in tho South
Seas. Tho highest salaried offi
cer aboard is tbe first otHcor, who
will recoive 75 cents per month.
Four cabin-boys, niguod for 25
cents a month. Tho rank and filo
of the crow will work for GO cents
a month. Thero will be a boat-
I swain, cockswain and many othor
potty omcors at cabn-boy wages.
Captain Petersen expects to
reach Levuka within sixty days.
From that point to tho Solomon
Islands is over 1500 miles in a
northwestorly direction, and the
courso is tortuous with islands and
coral reefs. Here all dofiuito ideas
of the voyago end, but with tho
best of woathor over 100 days will
bo spont in getting this far.
According to the Call, some
where in tho vaguo ideas that
iloat through the brains of the
promoters of the expedition they
havo a plan to drop a portiou of
tho expedition on one island and
tho vessol is then to proceed to
a second island and laud tho re
maindcr. Roinhart had a lucid
interval tho day beforo starting
long onough to realize that ho
anft his colonists would probably
have some difficulty in lauding
nnywhoro in tho South Seas with
out tho consont of the authori
ties that bo. Almost ovory island
in that region is undor tho pro
tectorato of oithor England, France
By way of getting a littlo in
formation along thoso lines Rein
hart called on British Consul
Wnrburton to learn that ho would
havo to consult tho British Gov
ernor at Suva if ho wished to
locate his regiment of ad venturers
in either the Fiji or Solomon
groups. German Consul Rosen
thal was sought for information
about New Guinea, which is one
of the prospective promised lands,
nud ho told his callers that per
mission to settle thero must bo ob
tained from tho "Now Guinea As
sooiatiou." It is in' tho pro
gramme of tho expedition, if stress
of circumstances should warrant
it, to place itself by means of a
declaration of naturalization un
dor tho protection of somo of tho
foreign protectorates to bettor aid
in any struggles with natives.
Ouco the passengorB aro safoly
landed Captain Petoisou and
Reinhart say they will return to
San Francisco with n cargo of
mahogany. Thoy thqn anticipato
taking a second installment of
colonists to tho South Seas.
Reinhart says he has now ovor
1800 applications for berths on
tho vessel. He has orgauized his
colonization Bchomo into au iucor
porated society, with a perraauent
secretary and office in the Mills
What tho outcome of the ex
pedition will bo is a mattorof in
m m i
Thoro aro two reasons why
people aro now paying car faro
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
Pftlama Grocery aud back. Reason
1. It is the only place on tho
Islands where tho'colobrated Sal
vatioil Avmy tea is sold. Reason
2. After paying car faro both
ways- patrous find thoy aro money
in pocket by dealing at this "live
and let live" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods between Dia
mond Head and Moanalua freo.
Opposite Railway depot, King
stroot. Tel. 755.
For lie lit.
A C-roomed cottago, stables
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wilder avenue. Largo grounds
well laid out and planted with
fruit and ornamental trees; ono
full set of furniture and cooking
stove can romain in tho house if
wnuted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King stroot.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
irisu. ov will op Tiiui.in:
I. A. P. CWITKR,
Oht'iili'K "I aiir':iiip t'onrt Itrni
lo Ho finlil.
Tho last decision of tho Janu
ary term of tbo Supreme Court
was filptltliiH morning. It was
upon the t'iu)ro.Qif Jowph O. Car
ter aud Georgo R. Carter, Trus
tees under the will of II. A. P.
Carter, deceased, vs. Mary S. 'Car
tor and her niinoi? children, Hen
ry A. P. Carter and Graco S. Car
ter, by thoir guardian ad litem, A.
S. Hartwoll. Tho Court for tho
nonco was constituted by Associ
ate Justice Frear, Circuit Judge
IJorry and AV. R. Castlo, moraber
of tho bar, tho two last sitting in
placo of Chief Justice Judd and
Associato JuHticti Whiting, dis
qualified. The quo3tion at issue
was whether the widow of tho
late Charles L. Cartor, the
first defendant named, should
sharo with her childron iu tho
one sixth of defendant's cstato loft
by will to his bou, the said Chas.
L. Cartor, its iucome to him for,
his lifo aud, after his death, tho
property itself to bo divided among
his heirs according to the laws of
thia country, or whether tho child
ren should toko tho proporty alone.
In the Circuit Court a formal de
cree was mado that tho childron
alone wero tho heirs, aud Mrs.
Carter appealed to tho Supremo
Justice Frear writes tho unani
mous opiuion of. tho Court, in
which tho decree of tho Circuit
Court is affirmed. It is hold, that
tho heirs were thoso who would
take undor tho statuto of descent
and that, although tho wifo would
bo an heir if thero .wero no child
ren, yot upon tho son's doath leav
ing children the wife took nothing.
The opinion defines tho difference
botwoen a dower cstato and an ob
tato by descent.
Kinney & Ballou for plaintiff,
Mary S. Cartor; -A. S. Hartwoll
for defendants, tho minors.
Judge Cartor today grantod tho
executors of tho will of tho late
Dr. Trousseau leave to sell real
estate under S1500 bond, it having
been agreed that Madame Trous
seau releaso her right of dowor on
receipt of one-sixth of the pur
chase price. O. Brown for peti
tioners; W. A. Houshall for Ma
dame Trousseau; Brucq Cart
wright, ono of tho executors, and
Judge Perry, attorney in faot for
Madaino Troussoau, also present
The March term of tho Supremo
Court opened ut 10 o'clock this
morning. Chief Jnstico Judd,
Associato Justices Froar and
Whiting, present, began with tho
hearing of tho matter of tho peti
tion of Tatsu aud others for a
writ of habeas corpus. Kinney &
Ballou aud A. G. M. Robertson
for petitioners; II. E. Coopor,
Attorney Geuoral ad interim, W.
R. Castlo and Magoou it Ediugs
for respondent. Mr. Coopor road
a motion for rolator to bIiow au
thority, which was argued pro
and con by himself and Mr. Kin
uoy respectively. Mr. Coopor
next read appearanco and motion
of iutorvouor, also a motion to
dismiss. Recess was taken from
12 to 1:30.
a voici: ntoM th. bleachers.
Local Interest in tho cricket games
as reflected from the "bleachers" Is In
creasing. During Saturday's games
the. "Weathers" were particularly vo
ciferous and kept the players under a
running lire of good naturcd banter.
One small boy brought down tho
crowd by adIs!ng the bataman to "go
buy a case of Rainier Beer and get
some lifo In you." Tho crowd applaud
ed the remark, knowing that Rainier
Beer Is celebrated for lto iavlforatlng
and strength-ghing propensities.
On tap or in bottles at the Criterion.
No arrosts woro mado by tho
police today up to 2 p. m.
STUDENTS IN UNIFORM
IttXKNTI.Y AIIItlVi:i) JAI-N IIAVI
NEK.N MIMI-AIIY VsKHVItF.
tlmijr ol th l.iilcl)' Arrlvril Jni-
niire Iiiimlcriiiil inlit lo tic
A Bulletin reporter was stand
ing iu a knot of thrco or four peo
plo on Fort street nbout an hour
beforo tho China sailed the other
day, when a Japaucso loaded with
lcis and flowers came along, lie
hind him woro about twonty of
his frionds going down to tho
steamer to see him off.
"Look at tho3u Jap3," said ono
of tho party, addressing tho Bul
letin man, "do you mean to tell
mo they havon't seen military ser
vice Watch them march."
Tho roporter looked as did tho
others in tho crowd, and sure
enough tho Japanese wcrH march
ing down by twos in regular order,
certainly justifying tho remark
A prominent official happening
along about this time, ouo -who
Iiub much to do with tho Jop
uiieso at quarantine and otherwise,
ho was asked by tho reporter if
any of the immigrants arriving
lately wore ex soldiors.
"LotB of them," ho replied,
"you havo only to see thoir bag
gngo fumigated at tho quarantine
station to tell that,1et alone thoir
soldiorly bearing. Somo of them
have whole uniforms, others only
partial ones. Ono will have a cap,
another a coat and another a pair
of pants, but tho mojority of thom
havo something to bIiow they havo
seon military service. My own
opiuion is that a larco pronortiou
of the so-called students who are
coming in now aro ex' soldiers
thrown out of a job by reason ol
tho onding of tho war with China."
Aud tho Bulletin man went
homo nnd has sinco beon wor.de 'ing
why is this thus.
. '!v Alcmbcri of tlio ll'ir.
At tho opening of tho March
torm of thu Supremo Court this
morning, tho fact of Judge G.W.A.
Hapai'd having continuously hold
tho office of District Mngistrato
of Hilo for ovor twonty years,
was announced from tho Bench
by Ohiof Justico Judd and that
his long and faithful service to
tho government would bo ro
coguized by that gontleman's name
bonig ordored placed on the roll
of attornoyB. A complimentary
liconso was theroupon issued, to
KO by tho Kinau'e mail tomorrow,
which permits Mr. Hapai to pruc
tiso law in all tho courts of tho
Ropublio. All honor to a worthy
At tho same timo Mr. Henry
Smith, clork of tho Judiciary, was
similarly honored, to whom a
license of tho samo tenor has beon
issued aud his name placed on tho
rostor. Mr. Smith first served
tho government as a clerk in tho
Intorior Department during tho
administration of the Into H. A. P.
Cartor, for ovor two years, and
Biibsequontly hold offico conti
nuously for ovor fourteen yoaiB as
a clerk in tho-Judioiary Depart
ment. Well dono, good aud faith
Thoro was a splendid attendance
at tho Hagoy club social on Satur
day night. W. J. Coolho and a
Hawaiian quartotto furnished good
singing, Mrs. Black, Miss Wilbon
nnd W. J. O'Halloran recited and
John Sheldon gave a humorous ad
dress in Hawaiian and English.
Remarks woro mado by Mossrs.
Kirkpatriok, Geor, Professor Bris
tol and others.
With a largo lot of gooijs just
rccoived by tho Australia and
Amy Tumor, tho Paoific Hard
waro Go. havo another invoico of
the favorite Universal Stoves and
Ranges. Somo sizes woro sold as
soon as sot up, but auothor sup
ply has boon ordored.
NAMFD jFTER CLEVELAND
mi: NIDlllllt ICAIII'LUI IS AttMS
XVIII Ply Ihr iiiprlcniiPnK Ilorenrirr
unci dio Into ih Purine 'sut
The ilnv.tumu steamer Kahu--lui,
the vessel with a dozen
aliases, !b to bo remeasured, given
au American register and renamed
tho Cleveland, nfter tho stout
prophet of Gray Gables. Tho
Kahului is in Oakland creek un
dergoing a thorough overhauling.
Her owner, Captain Nolsou, will
piobably charter Grovor'a numo
sake to tho Rocho Harbor Limo
Company and placo hor iu the
local coast trade.
The Kahului is a vessol with a
history. Sho was originally the
steamer Columbiu, a trans-At
lantic liner under tho Jinglish flag,
that was considered ouo of tho
fastost steamers of that poriod.
This was years ago, however,
when steamors woro very slow.
Next she was heard of as the
Siiius, and b1i6 plied between
coal ports aa a regular cargo
carrier; then sho bocame tho
Scauclinaviii nnd bolonged to tbe
Weeks Brothers, a couple of gen
tlemen whoso meteoric career got
them into trouble and left thoir
Bhip on their hands in San Fran
cisco harbor loaded down with
F. B. Oliver, the well-known
local commission merchaut, then
secured possession of the Scandi
navia and decided to send hor to
Central America for a cargo, then
placo hor regularly on tho Central
America route. Mr. Oliver gave
the stoamor tho namo of SiriuB
for tho second timo.
Tho Pacific Mail was too much
for Mr. Oliver and ho had to aban
don his Coutral American projoot.
Ho turned tho ship ovor to a local
bank and tho bank sold hor to tho
Johnson-Locko Morcantilo C6m
pany. Again sho was given a now
name.jhia timo tho Santa Clara.
Johnson-Locke organized nn ex
pedition to go to tho South Africa
gold fields, but had to give up the
undertaking becausoof lack of ap
plicants for berths.
Captain Nelson then camo into
possession of tho vessol and called
her tho Kahului. Sho was regis
tered under tho Hawaiian ilug.
Captain Tyson took command of
her and oporated her as success
ful as was possible to operate tho
craft, but sho waB too slow to moot
tho requirements of tho Hawaiian
Commercial Company, in whoso
intorost hLiu wub run.
Order or lied Men.
A goodly number of Red Mou
and others, who wish the ordor re
established hero, attended a meet
ing at K. of P. hall last Saturday
evening and n sufficient number
signed an application for a char
ter. Another meeting will bo holdv
at the Bamo placo on Saturday
next at 7:30 p. m., and it is oxpoct
od that at least 40 signatures will
bo obtained by that timo. The
feo for charter members was fixed
ut $10, and it is probable the Tribe
will bo named aftor tho lato King
Kulakaua, who was a mombor of
Anchored is what tho man Baid
when ho dropped into tho Anohor
Saloon. Why? said his frioud.
Bocauso yon can always got ,n
cool rofroshing drink Borved by
gentlemanly attendants, and if
you happon to drop in during
lunch hour yoa will bo regaled
with solids as woll as liquids. In
fact tho lunch at tho Anchor is
Baid by many to bo tho best in
town. Tho colobrated Seattle
beer is on tap. It is sparkling
and ico cold. Tho finest of wines
and liquors in town nro to be had
at this populnr resort.