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Vol. IV. No. GG2.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 19, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Bole Agents for the Kopublio of Hawaii.
V ' Closing Out
Large $boc of Qoods
Wholesale and Retail.
Eb, Tho attention of Teachers
and other visitors is specialty
drawn to this favorable oppor
tunity. -Von Holt Block, King Street,
Real Estate Broker.
'2091, Merchant Street.
12 CMneso Qrauito ffltclung Tostsj 55
1 Surrey in tln orders prioo 200.
Uoube and Lot. 75x105 ft., on No. 71
Young street; parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
Lot on Wilder aveuue 100x300 ft., foncedj
1 TO LET.
IIouso in KoU.Ho Lauoj diuins-rooui,
Wtchon, bathroom, onrringo house and
stublesj la , .i-fl,
Architect and Superintendent
Ottico: 305 Fort street,
4(!?Sprockols' Block, Room 5.
PROGRESS OF PALI ROAD
INI.AMIN IIAVR NO
Knr CarrlK Road
Illicit Up oil Ilia Vai-e
Six weeks ago Messrs. Wilson
& WhitohouBO began work on
their contract to build the now
Pali road. They bad 30 or 40
men working at tbe start, and
have about 150 now. In tbe time
mentioned a great deal of work
has been done, so that tbe con
tractors hopo to comploto the un
dertaking by tbe middle of
November, although they havo
until Docombor 20 in the contract.
This road is to get down from
the summit of the Nuuanu pass to
the rolling plains of the Koolau
nido of this island by tho easy
grade of eight feet in tho hun
dred. The present road is a
rough causoway running in zig
zag course down the side of tho
cliff, most of the individual jogs
being as steep as an avorage stair
way. It is a very wearisome way
for either man or beast, whilo the
taking of a wheeled vehicle over
the road is an exploit to talk
W. W. Bruner tho surveyor ran
tho lino for this now road several
years ago. If recollection serves
correctly, it is praotieally tho plan
suggested by tbe late Harry Mc
intosh, Superintendent of Public
Works. Beginning at a point on
tbe presout road, a short distance
from tbe first turn where, tho
beautiful scenery bursts on the
view of travelers from Honolulu
tbe line runs along the face of
the high vertical cliffs. Before
the present road is left, a sharp
projection is to be blown down so
as to get an easier curve and the
necessary width. All of tho work
has yet to be done on 3500 feet at
this end, excepting that a trail
from throe to five feet wide has been
mado along tbe line. People whose
heads are accustomed to looking
down great heights can run along
the trail nicely, but it would be
rather dangerous for others to try
it. At the other ond of tho lino
tho sub-grading is about com
pleted, and nB the whole length is
7G20 feet this means more than
half thorough work accomplished.
The contractors say that although
this ond looks harder, tho work in
execution will bo otherwise.
Tho scheme of the road is a
bonch 20 feot wide, on which a
macadamized roadway 1G feet wide
is to bo made. For 400 feot a re
taining wall four or five feet high
has to ho built .on tho outer vorgo
of tho bench and the space inside
of this to bo filled in. At a point
above tho old spriug, whore tra
velers used to refresh themsolvos
now buried in fallen dobris a
sharp angle is to bo Fpanned by
steol girders for a distance of for
ty feot. These will carry stringers
live foot apart, tho whole support
ing a foot and a half of concrete.
Farther olong toward Wftimannlo
thoro will bo a 2i-foot conoroto
bridge, with a 7-foot arch, to spnn
a waterfall, nnd no other bridge
work on tho entire lino.
. Drninngo of the road will bo
offooted bv a stouo uuttor its wholo
length intersected, ovory 150 feot,
by oross drains. There will be a
fuuee of stout posts and rails, tho
lnmbor protected with emboliu
eum, all along tho outsido of tho
thoroughfare. Winding for moro
than a thousand yards alotig tho
Binuous face of a vast precipice,
this road will bo ono of tho most
romarknblo sights in tho Hawaii
an Islands. Its surface will bo
finished equally with tho best
Honolulu streets, and tho gmdient
is euBy for any sort of vehiolo. So
far tuo work has boon skilfully
dono nnd thoro is no doubt of its
timoly completion to the ontiro
satisfaction of tho Government.
Tho satno contractors will grndo
without macadamizing u branch
8200 feot long connecting with tho
old road to Waimanalo.
Yesterday n party of fourteen,
including newspaper mon, were
taken to the Pali in an omnibus,
and conducted over tho works by
tho contractors. They wore all
agrcenhly surprised at the pro
gress made nnd struck with tho evi
dently clcaucut engineering that
characterized the operations. After
returning to the contractors' camp
tho visitors were entortained at a
finely prepared Muau, the phiof
dish being roast pig baked under
ground, several ot the party
mado remarks of congratulation
upon tho manner in which the
young contractors wore proceed
ing with their 'difficult undertak
ing. Appreciative responses were
uttered by Mr. Whitehouso and
Ohas. 13. Wilson, bis partner's
The contractors are very young
men to have undertaken such a
formidable piece of practical en
gineering. n John II. WiIpou is a
Honolulu boy who seoins destined
to do great oredit to his native
town. L. M. Whitehouso hails
from Oakland, California. The
lads wore among tho first students
of Stanford University, whoro
they formed tbe mutual attach
ment that is now bearing substan
tial fruits. In his vacations
voune Wilson would come homo
to put in his time working at his
chosen profession for tho Oahu
Railway and Land Co. and tho
Ewa Plantation Co. Upon finish
inc his iunior course he obtained
employment with tho Southern
Pacific Railway, in which
ho remained until a few
months auo, when ho do
cided that there was enough
work at home to occupy him pro
fitably. Besides tho Pali road, he
has secured the construction of a
section of the railway extension to
Waialua, and is in prospect of
lucrative contracts on Hawaii nnd
Maul. Mr. VVhitehnuse since
leaving Stanford has had expori
enco with the Northern Pacific,
the Central Pacific and the Colo
rado Central railways. Like his
partner, he is of youthful appear
ance but sturdy build. They
make an able and energetic team,
and their work will testify more
loudly than wordy compliments to
their professional competency.
CUXIIA'ft WUKIK1 HENOKr.
Coutruclora Awaltluir an AMurd on
Bid Pat lu I.Mt Week.
Bids woro opened last Thursday
for tho erection of tho pavilion
building for E. S. Cunha's now
resort at Waikiki, near Makco Isl
and, but no award has yet been
made. The bids were as follows:
Lincoln . , 5142
Tom Nott 4470
Tho will of tho Into John Canm
cho was admitted to probnto by
Judge Carter, who appointed
Emboliua Camacho as adminis
tratrix undor 8100 bond. A. G.
Correu for potitlouor. ..
Geo. Andrews wan appointed by
Judgo Carter as administrntor of
tho estate of John Kennedy, de
ceased, undor S200 bond. P. Nou
manu for petitioner.
Judge Carter has confirmed tho
salo of roal estate in Kahowahown
uui estato against D. Tooniey and
others, J. M. Peonaholo tho ad
ministrator having been the pur
chaser (if two tracts at !?!100 and
825 respectively. D. H. Case for
a tiito;.' iNJisrni:.
Editou Evening Bulletin:
This morning's Advortisor oloinis
that a police wagon full of whisky,
gin, boor, wine, swipes, etc, wore
gotten from my place, "Saratoga,"
last night, whiohis an injustice
done mo, ns there was no beer or
swipes on the place about one
gill of whisky and gin each and
eightoon piut-bolllos of claret.
REGIMENTS OUT OF LUCK ;
RVIIIKNTI.Y AN DKr llY W ITII I
1I ltlll.lt HUM.
Attendant In Wllni h 41a me
lUml IVn full of Ilipolnl-
(entn-l'lnba All ,(
It was an Off day with tho Regi
ment team ou Saturday and be
fore the game was ended nearly
every iuhu iu the nine wan offer
ing up split fingers, still' knuckles,
sore thumbs and other excuses
for poor play. Their battery was
out of order from the start,
Mayut's pitching not being com
parable with his loot weok'a woiL,
whilo Gormau'H frequent drop
ping of balls even disturbed tho
peronecouutonnnco of tho scorer.
When it came to batting the Regi
meuts were clearly out of luck.
They got plwily of hits oil Dabbitt
but they all went direct to the
unldeirt' hands. The game was
too onesided to be interesting,
the Regiments not making a run ,
until the seventh luniuga, tiie
Stars winning by a score of 14
By reference to tho tablo pub
lished below it will bo uuun that
all three clubs aro exactly oven,
unle-rt tun 5th of July gumo
should be played but and ro to
the St. Louis team. It is now iu
order for the boys to not togothor,
ndju6t their little differences and
play ball for the rest of the season.
The details of the game are given
The Stars were first to thq bat.
Lishman flow out-to Moore on the
first ball. Lionel Hart got a base
hit off the next. Wilder struck
out and Lishman stole second nnd
third and camo in on Pabau'a
single. Mahuka scored on Pa
bau'a two bagger. Pahau stolo
third and came iu on Babbitt's
single. Babbitt stole second.
Woods was put out at first.
For the Regiments Bower flew
out to Lishman, Moore flew out
to Hart nnd Luahiwa went out on
a foul fly.
Iu tho second Koki failed to,
make first. McNicholl took his
base on balls aud was given sec
ond on a balk. Lishman was
put out at first and McNicholl at
third on a double piny.
Eiley mado a base hit but was
put out at second on Gorman's
single. Eaauoi failed to mako
first. Davis' tly to right field was
taken in by McNicholl.
In tho third Hart was struck by
a pitched ball und took first aud
came homo on Wilder's three base
bit to confer. Mahuka mado
his first aud Wilder scored.
Pahau was put out at first. Bab
bitt took his buBO on four balls.
Woods made his base. Babbitt
was put out at tho homo plato and
Woods at first.
Duncan made his baso Muyuo,
was caught out at third aud Dun
can found oil his baso at first ou a
double play. Bowor flow out to
In tho fourth McNicholl made
first by the skin of his tooth. Lish
man went to first ou four balls.
Hart was put out at first. Wildor
was caught out at short and Mc
Nicholl scored. Lishmau scored
on Mahuka's baso hit but tho
latter was put out trying to steal
Mooro was nut out at first on
the first ball. Luahiwa struck out
and Kiloy'o foul tly to first was
grabbed by Mahuka.
In tho fifth with tho scoro 8 to 0
in fuvor of the Stars .Pahnu ilow
out to Bower,Babbitt was put out at
first, Woods wont to second on a
mn IT by second and to third on u
wild pitch. Koki took first ou
four balls. Woods nnd Koki
scored on McNicboll's bit to right
held, but iMoJNichou was put out
Gormau und Kaauobi both flew
out. Davis mado his first aud
Duncan flow out to socond.
Tho sixth innings started in with
tho scoro 10 to 0 iu favor ot tho
Stars. Lisbiunn took his baso ou
i balls, wont to third on Hart's
$&? iTJ S
and Lishman at second on a
double play from abort. Mahuka
WBH pilt OUt at first.
Mil win was put out at urst.
Bower flew oat t Koki and ,
Moore made first by Mahuka's I
error aud stolosocond. Luahiwa i
lu the seventh Pahau took his i
baso uu Imlli but was put out at ,
second on Babbitt's single Woods
went to first and babbitt to second
and third. Koki's hit and a sorios
of errors and wild throws enabled
Babbitt and Woods to score. Ko
ki scored on a bad throw from
catcher to third. McNicholl struck
out. Lishmau ilow out to Duncan.
I Kiloy was put out at first. Gor
man made a clean throe base hit
i to center field and came home on
a pussed ball. Kaauoi was put out ,
, ul first, aloore nnide his first and
wout to third on Duncan s single
which was muffed by short. Mayuo
was put out at first.
In the eighth Hart flew out to
Duucan aud Wilder to Gormau
aud Mahuka to Kaanoi.
Bowor mado his first and went
to second on a passed ball. Mooro
htruck out. Luahiwa made first
aud Bowor scored on Pahau's
error. Lmuuiwa stole seconu.
Kiley took his base on balls.'
Luahiwa stole third. Gorman's
two baso bit to left fiqld brought
in two ruiiB. Kaanoi flew out to
short and MoNicholl took in
In the ninth rahan nnd Babtmt
were put out at first. Woods
made his baso but was put out at
With eleven runs to make to
win tho gamo Duncan of tho
Regimeuts knooked a ball right
into McNicholl'a hands but he
could n't,hold,it. Mayne was put
out at first aud McNicholl nt sec
ond on a doqblo play. Bower
failed to reach first.
STANOINO OP CLUUS.
St. Louis 4
" At a' meeting of tho Honolulu
Rowing Association hold on Sat
urday it was dooided to hold tho
championship aud junior four
oared shell races ou tho Peurl
City courso on Saturday, Septem
Tho special racoB tor Regatta
day will bo held in Honolulu
harbor on Saturday ,ooptemutrio.
O. B. Gray, Cupid Kaloniana-
olo and Chas. S. Crane were ap
pointed a committee to tako charge
ot tho regatta.
Officers of the Association for
tho onBuing year woro olocted as
follows: President, A. G. M.
Robertson; vioe prosidont, J. D.
Mcluoruyjsecrotary and troasuror,
W. U. i'arko.
i:l II r 41 ml kill t let a Degree.
Edwin L. Godkin, who is about
to be honored with tho degree of
D. C. L. by Oxford University, iB
ouo of Now York's loading citi
zens. Ho is one of tho editors of
tho Evoning Post, and his edi
torials nro known throughout tho
length nnd brendth of tho land for
tlioir great virility aud, at times,
tlioir iutonsity. Mr. Godkin is a
most vigorous writor, and his
attacks on Tammany possess an
interest that m-vy be caHeil his
toric. Ho is a journalistic aud
politienl opponent of Charlos A.
Dana of tho Sun, aud no oditoiial
battles havo boen waged with
greator ferocity, profoundor abili
ty or moro consummuto skill than
theirs. S. F. Chronicle.
Wo don't oxpect you to givo us
tho proforonco if what wo have to
soil is inferior or our prices high
er tliau our rivals, but whou we
offer a suporior articlo for loss
money, you do yourself a wrong
by not looking into tho mnttor.
Call aud soo our samples of
portrait work. King Bros. 110
ho 1 1 m vmn -riir. .south sn on
i in: .uuitniNM maii
Tkrrr Aniorlean lrl making 1lilr
'rirC" f Into niilnnnrr
Field In I III" Imitli.
Among Hie passengers
will leave shortly on the mis
sionary burkeutiuo Morning Star
I for the far South are a number of
1 recruits to the field of missionary -
labor. Three of them are young
Indies, one of thorn a San Francis-co-born
girl, the daughter of a
man who laid down his lifo in tho
work; tho second is from nu
Eastorn home, and tho othor a
nativo of Massaohusotts who has
just finished a courso of propara-
tion for tho work to which sho
intends devoting her life.
MisB Beulab Logan is tho
daughtor of a missionary of the
South Seas, who some time ago
paiu with his life tho price of his
energy in the cause of nativo edu
cation. Miss Logan's mother iB
at present; carrying on tho work
of hor husband. Mother and
daughter will work together for
the future, the sceno ot their
labors being tbe training school
ut Kusaio. Mibs Logan spent hor
childhood in the South seas, and
has kept up her acquaintance with
the nativo modo of speech.
Miss Jennie Olin has prepared
herself for the work in Worcester,
Mass. This is her first essay into
the missionary .field, and she will
have to learn tho language beforo
doing anything in tbe way of
teaching. She is already quite
a clever linguist, speaking four
languages, and does not anticipate
any difficulty. Sho is going to
tho station at Rnk.
The third young lady is Miss
Jessio R. HoppiDg, who has been
in Honolulu some weeka awaiting
the departure of tho Morning
Star. Sho also hails from the
Eastern States. All throo will
take up kindergarten work and
are quitu enthusiastic.
II. E. Heudiick from Chicago
University will also sail on the
barkentiue. He is to tako up
work under the direction of the
Hawaiian Evangelical Board at
Hurry F. Marshall of Nashua,
N. H., made a bicyole road uu
pneed rocord of 305 miles for
twenty-four hours ending at mid
night of July 5. Tho previous
record was 277 miles, made by A.
W. Evans of Now Brunswick, N.
At Combination Park, Med ford,
Mass., July 0, Marion Mills, tho
wonderful guideless pacer, loworcd
hor record of 2:071 mado last year
to 2:05?. Tho littlo mare bowled
around the track without driver or
sulky, aud few who saw her real
ized that she was makiug such
'Hie WitrililiD oil Hie 4iiiih und Jap.in
It will interest many of our
roadors to know that thoro aro
close upon ono hundred ships oE
war on tho China aud Japin
station. Of these, 23 aro BiitHh
ships, in adtlitiou to,six torpedo
bonts iu resnrvo, and thrnoBcciind.
chss boats; and thoro nro 58
others, including 18 Russian, 13
Spanish, 0 Frouoh, 7 United
Statos, 5 Gorman, 2 Portuguese, 2
Austrian nnd 1 Notherlaud.
Prusreo lu TTexleu.
A dispatch from Cordova, Mex
co, says: The stoel rails havo ar
rived boro from Pittsburg for uso
on tho clccUic rnilwuy which is
boing constructed from Jnlnpa to
this city, a diBtnnoo of fifty miles.
This will bo the Unit olootric road
in Mexico, and will ho both a
I freight nutl ptwaoiigor liuu,
mM&fh'if- "'- yT"' iniLii
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