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Vol. V. No. 1014.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, SKl'TEMBElt 12, 1898.
PitlOIS 5 Ol2NT3.
,ik-."BW f- ,'. r'pf'tt,
TO DECIDED HE LANI DAY
Myrtles Lose Both Senior and Junior
Pretty Finish of First Race-Spurt of Wear
ers of Blue and White-Stroke
Klebahn and Ills Fine Record.
Ltluo nnd Whito on top.
Sonior rnco Hoalnui, winner
iti 10:5 2-G; Myrtle, second,
10:5 1 5; Leilaui, third, no timo
Junior rnco Honlani, winner
in 10:11 U-5; Myrtle, second,
It was decidedly a Heolani day
flud tlio wearers of the blue nud
whito, after fighting alongflfrom
.year to yo.u with dofeat their por
tion, camo out undisputed win
uors. Saturday saw the Myrtlo
colors the scarlet nud white
lowered. Fact's that had so ofton
upon events of tho kind, worn
broad Binilea, woro seen with Home
other expression. Wheu, how
over, the whole story is told, it
cautiot bo said that the Myrtle
boys were not gnmo. They fought
gallantly but woro opposed by
teams of greater strength.
Tho championship races at
Pearl Ilarbor nroused raoro en
thusiasm than has been tor many
years. , Iu all, thoro woro in tho
neighborhood of 1500 people at
1he races and, thanks to tho geuo
rosity of tho O. It. & L. Co.,
benches were provided for those
at various points of vantage.
Tho harbor presented a gala
nppoarauco with yachts and other
small craft passing up and down,
flags Hying from masts and ropes.
It was close upon 4:30 b. fore
Iho Sonior raca w.is started. The
judged boat and tho Hoalani and
Myrtle crows wero at tho starting
stakes in tune. Unfortunately,
John Lano of tho Leilnui crow
had troublo with his back and it
bocarao necossary for S. E. P.
Taylor to jump into his place.
This showed ouco nioro tho gen
uiuo spirit of sport that the Lei
lanis havo always shown. With n
crippled crow thoy pullod over
tho course, knowing full well that
a bad defeat stared thom in the
The raco was started. The
Healanis had tho middle course,
the Leilauis woro inside and the
Myrtles outsido. Tuo Hoa nuis
jumped ahead at tho start, getting
a lead of at least two boat lengths.
Tho Myrtles put forth tho ureatesl
onor 'V to catch up nud did before
'half tho coureo was finished. Tho
Leilmis wero out of it. When
threo-quartors of tho course had
uoen piissou over wio iuj mra r
loading about a length. Hip Hon
luuis kept up thmrcl-'au, m'etty
stroke and crawled up gradually
until within about foui leiiilu
from tho finish. Then came a
word from Stroke Klebahn nud
tho Hnalaui boat fairly sprung out
of tho water. Tho Myrtles hud
put forth tho major part of their
stronnth iu tho start of tho race
nnd woro not cciuul to a spurt at
Tho Myrtlo boat passed over tho
line ju-t two-fifths of n second or,
not quito a half bout length bo
hind that of tho Healanis. Sim
ultaneously with the cht-ors and
other signs of intense sutisfaciiou
could bo heard tho weeping and
wailing and gnashiug of teeth.
The fiuish was, in tho minds of
boating mon, tho finoat ever seen
Hero aro tho Senior eows iu
their order of passiug over the
Hi-nlnni F. W. Klebahn,
stmkp;D. llenear, 3; II. Williams,
2; G. O. Khodes, 1; Mnurico Da
Myrt'o Georgo H. Angus,
Btrok ; L. P. Scott, 3; P. Lit-h
man, 2; II. A. Giles, 1; A. A.
Loilini J. Knlamnnnolo, stroke;
S. E. P. Taylor, 3; Win. Kealoha,
2; Sun Woods, 1; Lucas cox
swain. Tho junior raco was not an in
teresting ono. Tho Healanis
showed their superiority from the
start, pulling u steady Btroko and
nevor increasing it. Although
starting out quito ovenlj', tho Ho
nlnnis kopt ahead for tho wholo
distanco, finishing a full fourtcou
seconds nhoad of their oppouonts.
The crews wore as follows:
Hoalani Paul Jarrelt, Jr.,
stroke; G. J. Hoisse, 3; John
Waterhouse, 2; W F Williams Jr.,
1; 1). L. Conkling, coxswain.
Myrtlo It ltoss, stroke; D.Vida,
3; A. Harris, 2; Goorgo Martin, 1;
A. A. Wilder, coxswain.
Tho Hoalani junior crow now
holds tho record, beating that of
last year and tho year before.
" Honor to whom honor is duo."
Stroke Klobahu of tho Uoalaui
sonior crow is tho man who has
douo so much to bring forth tho
result of Saturday's eeuior event.
Below is a short sketch of his re
cord in tho lino of athlotics:
William Klobahn tho wonder
ful stroke of tho Hoalani senior
crew, through whoso unceasiug
efforts tho grent victory was won,
is an old oarsman. His first raco
was in a junior eight at Bremen,
on tho Wcser river. On tho day of
tho ovent tho crow in which ho
rowed received a first and a third
prize, boiug in two races. Later
in tho samo year tho crew in which
ho rowod got third at Hamburg.
Iu 1892 Mr. Klobahu rowed his
Grst raco in tho siuglo scull, win
ing first from ten competitors in a
milo nud a quarter junior ovont.
Again iu tho sumo year in tho
hiuglo fcuII, he won the junior
rnco nnd got second in tho senior.
In 18U3 he was third iu tho chain
piont-hip Bi'nglo races.
During 1H'J5 Mr. Klebahn was
unnblo to row on account of sick
uoss, but the rost seems to hnvo
dono him good bocnusc, iu 18'.)6
and 181)7, he won nothiug but first
prizes, as follows:
18 nt Bremen ho won the
Grand Oup; Cologue, Mittorhiuo
Gup; Hamburg, Alstor Oup;
Championship of Gormany
against six competitors. In 181)7,
at Berlin, ho won tho Graud Oup;
at Bromon tho championship of
Germany nnd at Hamburg tho
Mr. Klobahn has nlways boon
devoted to athletics and beforo
tnking up rowiug as n pastime,
was vory fond of swimmiug, run
ning skating mid bicycling. Ho
is 23 yearn of ace ami of fino
physical development. He feels
very proud of his crow and his
uluu nro certainly proud of him.
In tho bargo raco to tako place.
Saturday ho will capCuin the Hen
itoiibrtt or sum).
J. McComb arrived from Kauai
ou Sunday nud took a room in a
lodging house nt the corner of
Alaken and Merchant stroots. Ho
undressed last night, hung up his
clothes and retired. Somotimo
luring tho night, n thief entered
the room nud took from tho
pockets of his trousers the sum of
SlUU. Tue enso has been placed
in tho hands of Dotectivo Knapa
who is iuvostignting now.
A mail is now disnntchod ovorv
day but Sunday for all offices on
Oahu. Tho Postmaster General
uives notico that all locnl mails for
i his iilaud oloso at 1) n. in.
Royal makes the (nod pure,
wtioloomo and dcllclftaf.
novu bakinq powocn co.. nrv vom.
ANOTHER MEMORIAL FRAMED
Portuguese Present Their Yiews to
Against Contract and Asiatic Labor Fran
chise as In '87 Asked Liberal Terri
tory If Hot Statehood.
The following resolutions wero
presented to tho Commission this
morning by representatives of tho'
Portuguese Colony of Hawaii:
Whereas, tho Portuguoso Co
lony, nmounting nt present to
over sixteon thousand souls, is tho
largost European colony in Ha
waii, nearly one-half of tho mem
bers of which woro born in tho
Hawaiian Islands, and
"Whereas, tho expected con
summation of tho annexation of
tho Islands has taken place to the
ouly country to which tho Portu
guoao Colouy has fuvorcd such n
Whereas, tho Portuguese Co
lony has Binco tho adoption of tho
Constitution of 1887, had tho pri
vileges of tho Frnuehiso, although
not ns naturalized citizens, but
perfectly willing to become such,
and if given tho franchiso now by
tho United States qf America un
der tho conditions existing horo in
1887, which would oxcludo tho
Asiatics from voting, and solve
that vory important question, nud
Whereas, tho Portuguese Co
lony over sinco such privileges
woro grnntod to thom havo aided
in obtnining good government for
tho country, by adapting tbem
boIvos to and striving to build up
institutions undor Amoricnn prin
ciples as uear ns possible nnd ns
far ns circumstances pormitted,
Whoreas, in spito of tho fact
that more than ninety percentum
of thoir numhor aro ltoman Oatho
lies, tho Colony at largo has no
religious prejudices or antago
nisms, ns has boon proven during
their stay among other religious
Whereas, tho Portuguese Co
lony, notwithstanding tho fuct of
its largo number of working peo
! pie, and not being tho possossora
; of n high education, havo tho
smallest crimiual recmd of any
nationality residing here, nud
Wht-reas among tho Colony aro
counted tho largest number of
European small fnrmers, who
within tho Inst low yours havo
taken up and improved a largo
numbor of small holdings in tho
different Islnuds, thereby increas
ing tho number of good and mdo
poudent t-iii.ens, and
Whoieas tho Colouy haB always
shown repugnance to the Coutract
System, as against tho truo prin
ciples of free labor institutions,
Whoreas thu members of tho
Colouy, Willi their largo familios
cannot compote with tho Asiatic
labor bo ns to support their fnim
lies ns a civilized community, ho
ing besides in comparison more
heavily taxed than tho rich oIiujm-h
nud corporations, ns is showu by
tho last Biennial lleport of thu
Minister of Finance that the. cor
porations and tho wealthiest classes
pay a lower rate of taxation than
tho pooplo of small incomes and
menus, iu addition to a poll tax,
which is an outrage to auy civiliz
ed community, ami
Whereas it is impossiblo a
ndvnnlngeous both to tho 6iignr in
dustry nud tho country to adopt a
ditTorent systom from that if con
tract or even dny labor iu raising
sugnrto a systom of profit sharing,
as has beon proven to a success to
both owner and small plaulor, and
Whereas largo numbers of Baid
Colony's members, and mauy mure
of tho whito raco hnvo tho desire
to establish thomsrlves as small
fnrmers, but aro provouted from
doing bo by tho absorption o(
large nrens of Innd, which aro l
iho way practically untaxed
and hold by large corporation
and wealthy land owners, wliirh
Continued on eighth pane.
MR. HITT WAS GRATIFIED
Hawaiian Commission and Party Ylsit
the Moiokal Settlements.
Messrs. Cullom, Hitt and Smith Deliver Ad-
dresses The Sea Voyage Was Pleasant
Conditions Found Admirable.
Messrs. Cullom nud Hitt woro
tho only members of tho Hawaii
an Commission to visit tho Settle
ments of Kalnupnpa and Kalawao
on Molokai yesterday. Thoy woie
accompanied by Messrs. Blumon
berg, Porry, ltny nnd ltidgoway,
officials of tho Commission, Board
of Health oflicors, Judgo Knlua of
Maui and U. S. army and navy
Tho I. I. S. N. Co.'s stoamor
Mikahala with tho party left Ho
nolulu at 10 o'clock Saturday
night. Lauding wns effected nt
Knlnupapa about 7 iu tho morn
ing. Inspection wns inndo of the
Bishop Homo for Girls, tho Bald
win Homo for Girls nnd other
Speeches wero inndo by tho
Commissioners nnd President
Smith of tho Board of Health.
Tho Alikabnla arrived back iu
port at G:30 Sunday ovoning.
Mr. Hitt snnys of tho trip: "Wo
had a good ship and nn easy sen.
All of tho pnrty, that iu eluded
doctors of tho Uuited Stato9 army
anu navy, looked carotully into
overything ot tho villages.
" Speaking for myself, I was
vory much gratified at tho ovidout
good management of tho place.
Tho caro takon of thoso unfortun
ate pooplo seems to mo admirable
Wo went through the homos and
tho echoolhousos aud othor insti
tutions. " Tho inhabitants aro not, ap
paroutly, Buffering from loneliness.
However it may go ngaiust them
to bo taken there, they aro more
comfortablo and bottor takon care
of thau thoy could ho in tho homos
of poverty from which mauy of
them were taken."
Hawaiian Public Meeting,
There will be a public meet
ing in Palace Square tonight
to consider the memorial to
be presented the Commission
by native Hawaiians. All Ha
waiians are requested to be
Troulilit In Wnlatitr.
A tolephono moaang-) was re
ceived at tho Polico Station from
Wuinlno last night to tho effect
that n Chinaman had been shot at
by two uatives. Tho Chinaman
waB told to como to town this
morniug for tho purpose of swear
ing out n warrant. This ho did.
His complniut was ngninst Kamai
nnd Uilalea, two natives known
well to him. According to the
Chinamnn, they entered his vege
table garden nud wero iu the net
of pulling soino of his fine gnrdou
truck when Ho duoovored them.
He ordered, thom to stop and was
sijot ut by wny of answer. The
natives, arrested later, profoBS to
know nothing of tho occcurence
Bailey's Honolulu Cfclery.
231 King Street.
lbs been appointi-J agent in the Hawaiian IvIanJs
for the famous
Illcxle's will known fur their abllllv Iu stanJ liarJ
Tiny are LOW In price but HIGH In tujllty. 'They
lute MORGAN & WRIGHTS DOUIILfi TUIIL'
TIKES. flush joints, I'aubcr lumbers, II. Mock chain
ana every moJern Improvement. Enamel and hnlsh
eual to any. I'ully KuaranleeJ at to material ana
workmanship In every way eual to high priceJ ma.
chines for lurJ work an! wear. Price spot cash $4000
LaJies ana gentlemen's In stock.
Contracts taken to repair all punctures anJ keep
bike in good orJer at Ji.cm per month,
TOO MANY FAYORS ASKED
Mr. Jones Believes American Tonnage
Ample for Carrying Trade.
Large Steamers Lately Added to American Re
gistry Past Season's Sugar Mainly Car
ried In American Bottoms.
P. O. Jones, president Dank of
Hawaii, was asked if ho had auy
viows for publication ou tho sub
ject of modifying the coastwiso
laws of tho United States to suit
Hawaii. Ho said in reply:
"I am opposed to tho proposi
tion. I was in tho minority at tho
meetings of tho Chnmbor of Coin
merco which adopted tho memo
rial to tho Hawaiian Commission.
"In tho first placo, 1 don't think
tho mnttor of Amorican touungo
nvailablo has beon fully consi
dered. Tho stoamors China and
Zoalandia havo como undor tho
American ilng, nloug with many
other vessols engaged as trans
ports. "Tho United Stales cannot hnvo
much longer need for tho trnns
ports not nlrendy released, nnd
tho foreign vossols secured for
war purposes represent a larqo
iucreaso to American ton n ago. I
think thnt ther3 nro ouough Amo
rienn vessols, steam nud snil,
availnblo to curry all of our pro
"I hnvo not had timo to investi
gate tho enrying of tho past soa-
sous sugar crop, but 1 think it
wns mostly dono in American bot
"Wo should not nsk for too
much, or wo nro npt to loso some
things thnt aro very important. I
do not beliovo iu long momorials
anyway, as they are not likely to
bo read. What wo hnvo to any
ought to bo short .and to tho
Eognrding tho memorinl ro
ceutly adopted by the Chamber
of Commerce Mr. John Euu, who
was in favor of tho same, hnd tho
following to say this morning:
"I can seo no possiblo objection
to that part of tho memorial which
doalB with shipping. I remember
well the froquout assortiou of one
of tho pronunont membors of the
Chnmbor of Commerce, 'If yon
wnnt anything open your mouth
wido aud ask for it. Six or seven
times out of ton, you will got it.'
Hint's all wo arr doing.
"Wo nro nskiug the United
States to refrain from placing
such as our plnutors iu au ombar
rasaing position by shutting the
doors iu tho matter of coasting
trado to nil ships boat that ily tho
'Tho present stato of affairs
should be allowed to go ou until
tho Unit"d States can my, 'Here,
wo hnvo ouough bbips to take enre
of all your trade. When matters
come to Buch a pass wo will hnvo
nothing more to say. Our aim, tin
guarantee that all our products be
provided for will thou havo beon
attaiuod. Such a etago has not
heon reoohed yot.
"Certainly the United States
should be tho last to placo us iu
an embarrassing position."
Dillon MeethiK In Kusvlitliu.
The young people's sooiotioa of
tho city hold a most interesting
uuion meeting in Knwaiahao
idiure.h last ovuuinc'. the first that
has ever beon hold in a native
hurp.li. Tho societies ronresout
ed woro as follows: x.l. o. v Jj
of Central Union aud Knwuiahao;
Epworth Lenguo of tho Methodist
Church and the Y. P. S. of th
Christian Church and Knumnka
Tho subject, "Ilopnitouto nud
Couver-aon," was discuss d in
ootli Hnwniian and Eugliah, tho
Present in tho large attendance
vns ag lodly sprinkling of toldiers
Tho next uuion mooting, two
months henco, will bo hold in
PLANS OF THE PORTUGUESE
Contemplate Sending Delegates to
Committee Before Commission This Mornlnf,
Chalrman Vivas Answers a Volley
About (107 Portuguese repre
senting tho Portuguese Union,
mot iu tho Lusitnnii hall Sunday
afternoon to receive the memorial
to tho Commission prepared by n
committeo composod of J. M. Vi
vos, as chairman, M. A. Oonsnlvea
nnd J. M. Cntnnru, Jr. Tho moot
ing was called to orler by Chair
man M. A. Gousalvo-) and thou tho
committeo was called ou.
J. M. Vivns, ns chairman, then
read the memorial slowly aud then
spoilt about nn hour nnd n half
explaining tho contents of tho
same. Tho Portuguese listened
intently aud whou Mr. Vivas hnd
finished, adopted tho memorial
uunnimously, There wns but lil
tlo discussion as everything had
been made plain to thom.
This forenoon at 10 o'clock, tho
memorial committee was escortod
beforo the Commission nnd, after
the usual preliminaries, J. M. Vi
vas presented tho engrossed me
morial bcariug tho Portuguese
colors of 1)1 no nud white.
Senntor Cullom asked Mr,
Vivus to bring out nny points id
connection with tho Portuguc30
that woro not contained in tho
momorial. Mr. Vivns answered
that ho had nothing much
nioro to Bay but that ho
would bo glad to answer
any questions that might occur to
Tuoreupou Commissioners Cul
lom, Hitt, Morgan oud Dole pro
ceeded to put questions regarding
fruuehisu aud labor mutters which
wero thoroughly gone over.
In answer to tho question re
garding tho prospects of loyalty to
tho Uuited Stntos on the part of
tho Portuguese, Mr. Vivas referred
to tho resolutions nud thou to Mr.
Dolo, sayiug thnt it was au ad
mitted fact that, had it uot been
for tho nsuiBtanco of tho Portu
guese iu the placing in power of
tho Provisional Oovorumeut, such
Government never would havo bo
camo a fact.
Tho neurit)!' of tho Memorial
Committee was hold behind closed
doors. When the Portuguoso ro-
iirou, ut. Aicurow tooK tno Uoor
aud continued thu discussion.
Thoro will bo nuother moeting
of tho Portuguese iu Luoitnnn
Hall this ovoning for the purpose
of dieciiBsiug tho advisability of
sending dolegnies to Washington
lo hack up tho memorial present
ed this forenoon.
Ciipt. Cotton for .Hurt Isliiml.
Washington, Sept. 2. Acting
Secretary of tho Navy Allen today
aosiLjncd Cnp'uin 0. S. Cotton to
duty as Captain of the Mare Isl
and Navy Yard iu place of Coin
maiulor J.J. Brioe, tetirol.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 11. DevoriH
of Kauai aie iu town.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure flrape Cream ot Tartar PowcJet
40 YEARS THE STANDARDS