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Vol. V. No. 1007.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBElt 3, 1898.
CHINESE A GOOD ELEMENT
THEY WILL MAKE TERMS
LAST OF THE TRANSPORTS
CHEAP FISH AT THE DOOR
SHERMAN AFTER ALGER
FIRST ACTUAL BUSINESS
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Uoo Kim Sets Forth His Countrymen's
Services to Hawaii.
They Have Done Much lo Develop Agriculture
Their Behavior Has Been Blameless
Children Well Trained.
Goo Kim is very earnest in try
ing to present the- claims of Chi
nese residents of long or life
stnndiug to recognition by tho
iJIawniiau Commission. He snid
to n Bulletin reporter for publi
cation: "I enme hero in 18G7. "When I
came hero I knew Afong, Achuck
it Co., Chong Fon, Ghulan & Co.
Wong Qwai, Achong, L. Asou, L.
Ahlo I noedu't toll youoll tho
naraos, between 20 and fJuGhineso
firms doing business. A son of
Chong Fon is with E. 0. Hull &
Son, has shares in tho company.
"After n little time I did busi
ness myself. Theso were largo
.stores, not small coffeo shops.
They imported Chinoso goods and
had branch storos on other islands.
Almost half of those morchauts
married native women. Katnoha
moha IV. was very kind to all the
Chinodo people, and tho Qovorn
jnout liked to soo them do busi
ness. "Chong Fon was tho first China
man who planted sugarcane He
had his own vossel coming hero.
Dlinliiii Xr On. first started rir.n
planting in theso islands, and thoy
planted cano besides. Afong was
tho first Chinaman
sugar mill. Yot Tai
planting coffoe and
who unci a
& Co. began
Had a laigu
"Thero was a largo Chinese
carpenter shop, making furnituro.
Thore was nothing about what a
man was thou. An Englishman
would not say, 'That's a Ohiua
man,' or 'That's a native.' It was
like all ono family.
"After tho treaty came, Chinese
opened plantations of sugar cano,
bananas, coifeo, potatoes, corn,
vegetables, taro. Thoy began
making poi Ohineso mako poi
"WuonS. G. Wildor was Min
ister of Interior, tho Government
paid half tho passage of Ohineso
to bring them into tho country.
not bound to
in to help
after Mr. Wildor
was tho samo
to tho Ohineso
Ohineso merchants brought in
largo numbers of Ohinamon thon.
Thoy oponod up land and did
good to this country.
"Different kings lovod the
Ohineso very much. Tho Chinese
.nover mado any trouble. They
I wero always frioudly. When the
' now Government carao in, tho
Ohineso wero friendly to it. The
republican Government wa vry
nico and vory kind to tho Chinese
pooplo of Hawaii. Thoy nllow d
tho Ohinoso to do any kind of
work, to plant all kinds of pro
duoo and raise horses and cattlo
"I want to soo tho now
Government treat tho Ohineso
in tho samo kind way as
tho old Governments did. Tho
Commission is hero. Wo sont
them a petition. I hope tho Am
erican Government will do tho
fair thiug and givo us tho samo
rights ns othor people.
"This country noeds all kinds
of labor for raising potatoes, rice,
corn, sugar, bananas, etc. It is
tho Ohineso' own business. No
Americans or foreigners will do
this kind of work. Supposo Ohi
neso who havo land hero tboy
Bbould havo tho samo Ohinoso
labor thoy UBod to have. Tho
country must havo labor anyhow.
Ohineso born in Hawaii ought to
I bo treated as citizens tho samo as
' under tho old Governmoiit.
"Ohinose pooplo hero do Y. M.
0. A. work tho samo as othor poo
plo. They loam foroign ways
there. They got thoir ohildron to
American Peace Commissioners Are
Majority Are In Favor of Holding the Philip
pines Reld In Place of"
Washington, August 20. Tho
American Peaoo Commissioner,
as it now stands consists of Wil
liam R. Day, Cuabman K. Davis,
William P. F yo, Ed. Whilo and
Iluid is tho new namo on the
list. It takes tho placo of Genernl
II. F. Tracy, who was tho Presi
dent's selection on Monday. The
appointment of Ho id was docided
upon after tho withdrawal of
Tracy's name, when the President
held a conversation with Sonator
Piatt over the long distauce tele
phono. Justice White accepted lato this
afternoon. He had nskod to be
excused on account of tho condi
tion of tho business pouding be
fore tho Suprotno Court. Tho
President personally urged him to
rtccept, and so earnestly that Jus
tico Whito this nfternoou an
nounced his willingness to Borye.
Three mombors of tho commis
sion, .Davis, iryo ana iteia, aro
strongly in favor of holding all of
tho Philippines. Day holds to
tho view that Manila City, the bay
and harbor aro ouough for tbo
United States to toko. It is said,
though, that ho is open to convic
tion and will bo guided in his oon
elusions by what appears best for
The. views of Jmtico Whito on
tbo Philippine question aro not
dofinitely known. It is said by
somo of his frionds that ho will
favor holding all territory over
which the flag floats. Ho will be
a valuabto member of tho commis
sion, sinco ho spoaks Spauiah
fluently and is familiar with tho
Spanish laws which govern in
IIOAIl MAY GO TO K.VULAM).
IIU Cniiulilucy to Huccerd Ambuaafttlor
Washington, August 2C That
tho President is considering so
riouBly tho advisability of tender
ing to Sonntor Hoar tbo nppoint
mont of Ambassador to England
is loarnod from unquestionable
authority. Tho only obstaolo is
tho President's unwillingness to
tako th.) Massachusetts Sonator
from his present position, for,
with Senator Fryo and Davis sorv
inn on tbo Pence Commission un
til the middlo of tho coming bos
Hton of Congress, the absence of
Sonntor Hoar would loavo a gap
in the Republican leadership in
tun Senate which it would bo hard
An Olil K.tulillahail aiurket.
Joseph Tinker, tbo family and
shipping butcher, has boon in
business at his' present stand on
Nuunnu street, sinco Juno 1, 1883.
During that timo ho had built up
a largo trado.
Royal make the food pure,
wholesome and dellcloaa.
Arrival of Scandla with Honolulu and
Col. Stacpole In Charge of New Yorkers
$3,000,000 for Philippines Ttoops '
Fine Band for This Place.
Tho U. S. Transport steamer
Scaodia, F. W. Hart, formerly
Chief offlcor. of tbo Mariposf.,
commander, arrived in port and
hauled alongside tho Oceanic
wharf at 8:30 o'clock tb's morn
ing, not quito sovon days from
For this port the Scandia
brought companies A and B and
a half of Co. D of tbo First Now
York lleciinont, consisting of 295
mon, and 10 officors, in command
of Lieutenant Colonol H. P. Stac
pole. Major Emmot of tbo Third
Battalion and Major Scott of tho
Second, aro also with tho Now
Yorkers. Lieutenant Whoolock of
Co. C, Third Battalion, now here,
camo as Acting Bogimontal Adju
tant. For Manila tho Scandia has tho
Tweuty-fivo mon of tho First
Battalion Heavy Artillery, Cali
fornia Volunteors, to act ftB n guard
for the $3,000,000 in coin for the
Manila troops in General Merritts
Majors Schoflold, Sboary and
Sternberg, additional paymasters,
and tbreo olorks, in chargo of tbo
Major Eobbe, Third Artillory
and Lioutonant Wedgowood, Bat
tory B, Utah Artillory.
Medical Officers as follows: Ma
jor Owon, Lieutenant Papo and
Acting Assistant Surgoons Z. Tay
lor Malaby, Ernest Kinlock John
stone and Henry du It. Phalan.
Hospital StowardsGerahty, Klar
and Cox and Acting Hospital
Stowards Cappelors, Gibke, Hutch
ins, Peterson, liynniug and Wood.
Also 139 privates of the hospital
corps and four Ited Cross nurses.
Tbo New Yorkors will go into
camp with thoir regiment this
Just horo Bomo mention should
bo mado of tbo cxcollont band of
twonty-four pioces that comes for
tho New York Regiment. Coming
up tbo cbunnol and at tbo wharf
these men played tho latest popular
airs most excellently. .
Tbo loader of tbo band is Jj von
der Mebden who, for five years
was bandmaster of tbo First Quit
ed States Artillery band, station
ed at the Presidio. Ho is tho
composor of the popular "Mother
Goose Lancors" and numerous
othor pieces. Ho has just finish
ed "Col. Barber's MarL'h" which
will bo ployod hero fo - tho first
Bandmaster von der Mohdon is
an old friend of Professor Borgor
whom ho mot nt tho Knights
Tomplars' Oouclavo Bovoral yoars
Tho Scandia, now owned by
tho United States Government,
wns formerly ono of the Hnm-burE-Amorican
Packot lino. She
is nearly as large as the Arizona
and is fitted out with powerful
engines which givo her very
Upon arrivnl in Manila the
Scandia is to be converted into a
hospital ship, for which she is
well adapted. Oantain N. T.
Messer, who took tbo Scandia to
Han Iranoisco, has bcon rotaincd
in charge of tbo vossol.
Tbo officers of tho ship aro as
Captain F. W. Hart.
First Officer A. Crosby.
Chief EuginoerR. J Frenoh
Storo Kt-opor F. H. Lombard
Freight Olork F. M. Buoklin
Surjoon S. D. Huntington.
Ohiof Steward T. K. James.
Gear, Lansing & Co. havo se
cured tho agonoy for tho Canton
Insuranco Company of Hongkong.
This is a loading marino insuranco
The Oahu Market Company Soon Will
Deep Sea. Fishing Vessel Hourly Eipected-
Perambulallng Refrigerators Being Built
Old Fishing Ground.
At last thoro is an early pros
pect of tho pooplo of Honolulu
getting frosh and sound fish, nt
prjeos that will romovo that kind
of food from tho category of luxu
ries. At their doors, too, instead
of costing fifty cents in hack hire
to obtain twonty-fivo cents' worth
Thero is hourly expected from
San Francisco tho auxiliary steam
schooner Mulolo or in English
tho Flying Fish just built ox
presBly for tbo Oahu Market Co.
Sho is a vessol 80 feot in length.
Oaptnin John M. Sass is president
of tho qoncoru, and Walter E.
Wall of tbo Govornmont Survey
secretary. Tho vessel has beou
built under tho personal supervi
sion of Captain Sass, who is
bringing her to this port.
Fishing will be dono from tho
Malolo in the middlo of tho Molo
kai channel. This used to be a
favorite of doep soa fishing grounds
with tho natives. Tho supply is
supposed to be exhauBtless. Boats
will not bo employed, but the fish
ing dono direct from tho deck of
the vessol. Tho Malolo is fitted
with a salt wator woll to koop tho
fish in alivo, also with cooling
chambers, for fish killed in the
Down nt tho Govornment work
shop on tho Esplanado P. A. An
derson, carpontor, is pushing work
on four rofrigerator tanks for tho
company's servico on shoro. Thoy
aro eight feet long, four feet wide
and four feet six inches high.
Thrco of these tanks will be
mounted on goosonock trucks, and
used for delivering fish at tho
doors all over town. Tho fourth
will bo installed in tho Public
Market for serving customers
doing thoir general marketing
Tho tanks soom to bo woll
adapted for their purpose. Thoy
contain four drawers or sliding
recoptactes lor fisu, auu two ico
trays one for largo blocks and
the other for brokon ico. To pro
vont jamming of the drawers they
..till vim rn livnnii VAla "Ilin n .
nut uu vu viaoo iuuoi xuu nl
rnngement of drawers is such that
tuero will bo a steady circulation
of air cooled by the ico over tho
nsu. .bach drawor has four bot
toms, so as to savo tho fish from
pressure. Tho fish on tho upper
most bottom or tray will bo de
livered first and so on to tho
It is expected that tho company
will soil fish at tho door for about
ten conts a pound good and frosh
at that instead of pooplo having
to travoi to tuo markot and pay
twenty io twenty nvo cents a
pjund, with no asauranco of
soundness, or olso await tho irro''
ular visits of poripatotio Ohineso
and Japanese basket poddlors nt
thoir houses again taking tho
quality in faith and asking no
For $1.00 Por Month.
IIAII.KY'S HONOLULU CYCI.KHY,
211 - - King Stroot.
Will repair all punctures, clean InslJe anJ out,
adjust ttnj oil your bike,
On an! alter September st contracts will be miit
with MJen to take all the work off their hanli. leav
ing bike rUlnfr without any alloy. We all like uslne
the "silent ateej," but we really Jo not like rlaylns
groom to It. No more necessity even on the score
ol economy. Contracts at eraJuateJ rates taken to
Jo all repairs anJ take all risks In bicycle work
renewal ol tires, etc. Hilly stockeJ anJ equlppeJ for
any amount of business, EstabllsheJ first In Hono
lulu anJ we meant to keep Mure.
For $100 Per month
Wo will gtinntntoo your tlron and ronow
Hakes Sensational Charges Against War
General Stirring Up Over HIsserable Treatment
ol the Soldiers-Probable
Washington, Aug. 20. A local
papor publishes- tho following in
torviow with ex-Secretary of Stoto
John Sherman, which has thrown
Washington' officinl circles into a
turmoil of indignation and coneor
"Tbo man who is responsible
for tho mismanagomout of tho
Cubau campaign, resulting in tbo
ueedloBS loss of scores of Aineri
can soldiors' Hvob and in tbo in
fliction of horrible tortures upon a
thousand bravo defenders of their
country's, honor, should not be in
tbo Oabinot. Tbo President has
powor to ordor an investigation,
which can bo conducted by a board
of inquiry to bo appointed by
him. ouch board would not have
executivoipowor, and tho findings
would havo a moral rathor than a
judicial influence. If tho board
found that Amorican soldiers had
needlessly suffered and died bo
cause of tho neglect or incompo
tonco of an official of tho Govern
mout, tho President, acting upon
tho vordict rondered, could remove
tho official from offico. That
would bo tho extent of the punibh
ment under such conditions. If,
however, tho President does not
ordor au investigation, Congrosu
holds tuo power to linpaaau the
Secretary of Wai, and can inillcf
punishment that will mean ever
lasting disgrace in case of convic
tion. In that case tho Prosidout
would bo held equally respousib'o
with tho Seorotary for not having
ordered an inquiry promptly up
on tho presentation of chaigos of
so eorious s charaotor.
"In my opinion, tho President
will find he will bo compelled to
order an investigation in self-defense
If tho Secrotary of War
has been guilty of incompetency
nod negloot, as has boon charged,
Mr. MoKinloy cannot afford to
"Geuoral Miles is a Boldier, and,
liko most soldiors, ho is a straight
forward and truthful man. He is
uo more afraid of an issue than ho
is of on Indian; and whou ho
comes to Washington and tells
what bo kuows, an investigation of
the War Dopartment, will bo ine
vitable, particularly as ho will bo
corroborated by others who will
bo entitled to equal consideration,
oven if thoy are not of so exulted
Proalflent Not Dexlileil Upon IIU Plan
Washington, Aug. 2G It is not
absolutely certain that a court of
inquiry will bo ordorod by tho
President to invostigato tho sovor
al charges mado as to tbo mis
management of the War Dopart
ment. If ovontually tho President sots
on foot, at tbo suggestion of Sec
retary Alger, an investigation us
to tbo methods in voguo during
tho recout wnr with Spain, it will
tako a wido Hcopo, with a view of
improving tho array of the futnro.
The duties of this board would
covor charges of inofficienay
againBt tho bends of bureaus nud
their subordinates in tho field in
all branches of tho service.
Tho duties of such a board of
inquiry would not conflict with
tho work of any investigating
committeo that might bo appoint
ed by Congress. Tho military
board would conduot its investiga
tions in a strictly militnry way.
Rev. G. L. Pearson, pastor of
tho MothodiBt church will speak
to young men at tbo Y. M. O. A.
hall Sunday afternoon nt four
rkVilnnl TTlu anliinnf la "TTnblfa "
Stock Exchange Holds
Twenty -Five Companies Have (Listed Their
Stock First Call and Result C
Brewer 4 Co. Brings $$50.
Thero wns a mooting.-oC tho Ho
nolulu Stock Exchaugo this fore
noon. It was found that twonty
fivo companies had listed stocks
with tho Exchange. These will bo
called nt tho regular mootings.
Tho first cull of tho "locks listod
was at tho meeting this morning
and tho following wos tho result:
C llrowor A Co ?..() 00 $4101)
Am. Supir Co 115 00 120
Klpnliulii Siiunr Co. llll lU
OokuliiSiiKiir 2o IIBBO
" " " 114 00
" " HG(KHelosol)ll.r)
Kwn $& 00
IIiiwii AgrCo 1IMMI0
HawiiKUKnrL'o(Mak) 175 00 25
O.ilm (iiHWK-uhlo), 14.100 111
Itiu Sugar Mill l!7r. IK) 1210
IVlwekeo LM5 00
I'lniieor Mlfl .... 411000
Wulliiku Nugiir Co 300 00
Wiiiiimiiulo 105 IK)
Wllilor MS Co 117 CO
II N X Co 150 HO
Mutual Tol Co 1 1 00
Huwii Kleo Oi. 197 50
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IIUOWMCIl AT KAUNAKAKYC
C. I. Jolutaon Wuilra Into Water and
Ni-vrr Cuiiifa Out.
O. P. Johnson, aged 31 years, a
brother of William Johnson of
tho Honolulu Iron Works, was
drowuod nt Kauuakakai betweon
3 and -1 o'clock Friday nftornoon.
Oaptnin Bonnet of tho Lohua, tolls
the following story of tho drown
"Wo wero lying nt anchor when
.vo saw a man walking along near
the landing at JCaunakakai. Tho
wind was blowing and his hat waa
carried into the water. Ho did not
stop for clothes or anything but
becan to wodo out for the hat.
"I no wator kont cettinL' decnor
nnd deeper until it was up to hia
nrm pits. Then wo saw hira
splashing around aud swimming a
"It was not long boforo ho
kicked his feot a little, mado a.
divo and disappeared for good.
"ins believed that decouBod waa
iutoxicated when ho wout into tho
water. His body has not found
whoa wo loft Kauunkakai.
T. K. Jiiiiifn on Mtniirila.
T. K Jumps is chief steward of
the Soindia which accounts for
tho look of satisfaction on tho
faces of tho boys who carao along
with him. Ho was vory ill on tho
trip down but is now quito fully
recovered. Ha wishoa to givo bia
aloha to all his fiionds in Hono
Col. Goo. W. Macfarlano left on
tho Coptic. Ho will bo back in
about tbroo weeks.
Sugar, i. Samo os last reports.
AdtlitioniilLocul on eitjhth pngo.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pare Qrnoe Cream of Tartar PnM '
Continued on Seventh Pago
' 40 YEARS THE STANDARIX
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ftOVH BOINO POWDC CO., HIW VOW.
tliom when worn out.
All mon invited.