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Vol. V. No. 1017.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBElt 15, 1898.
Pkioh 5 OlJNTS.
TARHERS, NOT LABORERS
USEFUL BIRDS INTRODUCED
HAWAII'S YOICE IN PARIS
Memorial From the Hawaiian Board
to the Peace Commission. .
NEW PASTOR'S RECEPTION
LIVELY SCENES IN COURT
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
Great Scheme of Manner Lowrle for
The Laughing Jackass a Yalued Ally of
Rev. W. II. Kincaid Introduced to His
At the Trial of Captain Milnor for
Imprisoning an Actress.
Will of Antone Rosa Presented With
Petition for Probate
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First Colony from California Id October
Hoped Solution of Problem or Labor
In Sugar Raising.
W. J. Lowrio, whoso arrival
back from tho Const was noticed
yosteiday, conversed nbout his
trip with a Bullutin reporter on
board thi train for Ewa yesterday
''My chief orraud was to obtain
farmers to raise BUgar enno. 1
succeeded woll for a start. From
fourteen to twenty farmers, some
of them with families, will" arrive
horo by sailing vebBol about the
middle of October.
"It is not lnhorors, you under
stand, but farmers. A soou as
annexation was accomplished, 1
cousiderod tho time had pome to
make a test of tho practicability
of Bottling American farmers on
"I went to Modesto in the Sau
Joaquin Valley, whero it is hotter
than in tho-te islands, so as to got
poplo adapted to our climate
The proportion I sought was
twelve men of family to eight sin
glo men. Yea, tho engagements
made aro in that propurtion.
"The families are all from one
place, bo thit thoy ore acquainted
-with each other, hence will uot bo
liable to quarrel when settled
horo. They are a good class of
"If tho sohomo prove successful
as I hopo it will be, it will bo the
means of bringing any amount of
po plo of that class. The San
Francisco Chronicle gavo a
straightforward account of what
"i was doing in California. I gnvo
the particulars to Walter G.
Smith, ono of tho editors, who
wiib formorly in Honolulu, and ho
reproduced tho information very
Those California farmers will
bo given a cortain area to cuhi
"vate, tho company doing tho
breaking of tho ground and the
plautiog. They will havo free
bouses with plots of ground at
tached to cultivate product) upon
for thoir own uso. Water, fuel,
medical attendance and school
facilities aro also assured tho Bot
tlers. If thoy desiro it, wages at
the rato of $18 a month will bo
advancod. Tho cano they culti
vate will bo ground soparatoly and
ono-sixth of tho not value of tho
sugar therefrom will bo o rod i tod
to them, less whatever amount
they may havo drawn as advance
IIUSSIA AND UMII.VNI).
Maid to Haw lltmcliril Aurrrimiil Itr
London, Sept. G. The Daily
Mail says this morning: We learn
from good authority that an An
glo-Russian undorstandiug is
praatically coraplote. Groat Bri
taiu recognizes Russia in M n
churia; Russia unUi rtakes to sat
isfy Great Britain in Chineso
railway matters and to rospoot
' England's sphoro in the valley of
the Yaug-tso Kiang.
Tho Daily Mail also under
- stands that Cecil Rhodos, acting
in behalf of South African inter
ests, is going to purchase tho Do
lagoa Railway from Portugal.
lllotlnir In Crete.
Candia, Island of Crete, Sept. G.
Cindia is in a stato of anarchy.
A collision botwoon Ino Mussul
mans, who wore demonstrating
against European control, and the
British authorities, who bavebeon
installing Christians as revenue
oflioials, culminated today in
bloody fighting between tho Mm
Bulmans and the British troops
.Hints took place in various parts
pf the city and many havo boon
Gay Plumaged Birds from Australian Forests
They are Insectivorous and There
fore Doubly Welcome Here,
J. W. Chapman is accumulating
quito an aviary at his villa restau
inut at Peurl Oi y. Yestonlay he
dded, 111 pur-lM'S b on board the
Alameda, niuo birds. Six of them
aro of thogorgoous plumago com
mon among tho nativo birds of
Australia. They comprise n pair
onch of rosollas, lowreys and par
(hkeets. Two healthy young mag
pies and a lone specimen of the
laughing jtckass complete tho bill.
A mountain parrot was terribly
surprised w en two pairs of tho
other parrot species wore put into
its hitherto exclusive cnge, but al
though it is a much smaller bird
thoy made no attempt to molost it
E. 0. Smith, manager of the
I'earl City Fruit Co., said to a ro
portor at Pearl City station:
'' Thoso aro bird- tho magpies
anil tho luughiug jackuss that
you ought to advocate in your
paper for getting as many of thorn
as possible into this country.
Thoro would be nothing to equal
them in golting away with centi
p dee, Japaueso booties, rats, mice
and othor posts."
The laughing jackass, with 11
body tho size of a largo pigeon,
bns a prodigious cuived beak
about four inches long. It is ready
to uso this weapon, too, upon
fingers having the temerity to
handle it. This bird has a roost
peculiar method of dispatching
its p'cy. It will socluuo Hsolt,
motionless, in a treo until snake
or rat mako its appearance. Thou
it Hwoops down with tho speed of
lightning and, grasping iU quarry
in its sharp "edged mandibles,
soars aloft and sails around until it
comos over a rock. Hero it lots
tho victim drop to bang its life out
ou the rock, and if the first full do
not kill ropeats tho operation un
til tho end is accomplished.
Auothor tbiug tho laughing
jackass doos, in the case of ser
pentB, is to warn with it cachinat
iug voico any human being who
approaches tho rosting place of a
do idly reptile. A lady informed
tho writer that for this implaca
ble enmity to tho serpent family
the Australians aro quite avorso to
seoing tho bird takon out of thoir
country. Ti ore is a small snako
thoro whose bito is spaodily fatal,
and any creature that gets away
with it is oitromod an especial
friend of man.
l'rnnre'a New Wr .lllnlaler.
Paris, Sept. C General Zur
liuden, Military Govornor of Pa-
i', has accepted tho Ministry of
War, in succession to M. Cavaig
General Zurlindon was a mom
tier of the Ribot Cabinet, which
went out of ollico in 1805. His
decision to accopt tho war port
folio was communicated to Presi
Royal makes tba food pure,
wholesome and dcllclMM.
WWU BAKINO KtHDM go., r xnc.
Announced by Dr. Bingham at Missionary
Meeting Interesting Discussion on Caro
lines at Central Union Church.
Rov. Hiram Bingham, D. D.,
tho vouerablo missionary and
translator of tho Biblo into tho
Gilbort Island languogo, niado an
announcement of international
interest at tho prayer meotiug of
Central Union onurch last night.
It was "misiionary" pvening and
the congregation in tho locture
room wns lur'e, as Rov. W. M.
Kiucaid, tho now pastor, was to be
seen and heard for tho first timo
by tho socioty.
Rov. 0. W. Hill conduclod the
devotion, giving a short leoturo on
tho last chaptor of Luke.
Fr. d. J. Lowroy read a paper
on Mijrooosian missions in gen
oral and tho mission to the Caro
the series of molestations that tho
American aud Hawaiian mission
aries suffered at Pouape, after its
recession by Germany to Spain
sorao years ago, at tho hands of
tho Spanish military rulers under
instigation of the priests. The
United States Becurcd from Spain
$17,500 damages for tho American
LSoard of Missions, but tbo settlo.
mout involved tho exclusion thence
forth of tho Protestant mission
aries. Dr. Bingham aroso and contin
ued tho discussion. Ho mado the
interosting statement that, within
tho past week, a momorial had
noon forwarded by tho Hawaiian
Board of Missions to the joiot
American and Spanish Peace
iommission that will assomblo in
Pari not la'or than tho mouth of
October. Tho momorial prayB that
all Spanish aithoriiy and rule iu
tho Caroline Islands shall forth
with -ceaso and determine, and
that froedora of religion and self
government shall bo established
in tho group.
Tho Board did uot presume,
Dr. Bingham said, to diotato to the
Commission, but it folt called up
on to intercede for tho natives of
tho Carolines, who had provod
very roceptivo to tho gospol and
wero a tractable people. Without
dictating as stated, tho Board bo
lioved that an American protoo
jorato would bo right for tho
islands. Their peoplo were capa
blo govornmont. Dr. Bingham
concluded by offering up a foivent
prayer for the Caroline Islandora.
Rov. Ph. A. do la Porte said ho
could testify to tho good work of
iho missionaries in Micronesia
Twice last October ho addressed
moetings ot live hu idred people
thoro, who Ud eHgor to hoar the
gospel. While they wero prayiug
nhould not forget Pleasant islaud.
i uis isiunu is Bituateu south ot the
Carolines and fifteen inilos bolow
In connoction with Mr. do la
Porta loter, tho roportor was in
formed tilnt llfl wna nninn ii I'lnn-
Bout Island by tho Morning Star
uuxi reurunry, as a mihsiouary
undor (lie auspices of the. Ameri
can Board and a Honolulu mis
After tho missionary exorcised
were concluded. Mr fTill ;.,(,-,..
dnced Mr. Kincaid, tho uew paB-
ior, 10 mo congregation.
Trouble In l'lilllipnen.
Madrid, Sopt. C Tho Minister
of War has received a dispatch
dated at Iloilo from General Rine,
Captain Gonoral of tho Spanish
possessions in tho Philippines
and Govornor. of the Visaja isl
ands, as follows: "Our flotilla
has visited tlin wlmln iimliiriulnrrn
Tliero was uo sign of tho threat
encd rebellion iu tho Visnyas."
American Messenger aervico.
Masonic Toraplo.Telephono 1-14.
-Makes an Excel-
lent Impression In His luliUl
Address In Meeting.
At thi close of tho stated mid-
w U devotions iu the lecture
room of Central Unioii church
yesterUy vein g Rv. O. W.
Hill, who has boon acting pastor
for sonio weeks past, introduced
Rev. Win. M. Kiucaid. loto f
Minuoanoii- to tho congregation
as its new pastor. Mr. Kiucaid
had eat on tho platform from the
opening ot tun meoling, a specta
tor and auditor of tho exercises.
Tho uuw pastor is n man of
ntnlwiirt iirmre. with n rnrumf
couutonanco that looks used to
tho opon air. His hair is dark
sMghtly touched with gray, begin
ning well back from a high brow,
and ins taco smooth snavon ox
rontinn for a Drizzled mustache
Theso personal characteristics
taken with tiroiniiieiit ivnlirniuo
nud a demeanor of manly frank
ness will indicate that. Central
Union's new shnnhenl in n rrnml
SDecimen of stnrdv ChiisiianUv.
That he does not try to "look tho
parson" waovulont in hisnpparol
for tho firet introduction. Ho
work a rlnrl- mnrtiinrr anit. but
with a white waistcoat, and a
heavy black bowknot instead of a
Mr. Kiucaid. in a brief nddrena.
saiu tuat tne church should be the
ceutor of active roligiouB work in
tho community. If ho had thought
that this church was to bn ntlinr-
..... . . . . . . i
wise, uo would not bo Rtandmg
UOtoro tuom. llo wanted to lin n
pastor in real oarnost to bo thoir
spiritual guide, philosophor and
frinnd. His sola nurnnnn in (lin
pulpit would bo to proach the
gospol of Jesus Christ. If a pas
tor dojired to teach politics the
forum was his place, if scionco ho
had only to go to tho laboratory.
As a speaker Mr. Kiucuid
evinced that nervous intensity,
with an offect of reserved power,
which denotes ono gifted with tho
quality called animal magnetism.
His voico without high pitching
is Donctratincr. Altnrrntlipr lin
seomed to proiluco a most favora-
mo impression upon all who
hoard him on this occasion.
Mr. Kincaid is 47 vnnrn nf nm.
a native of Utica, N'. Y. His
education is of Williams College
anu ivociiobtor luoological oomiu-
ary. After filling pastorates in
towns of New York Stato, the
first ono beginning in 1874, ho
became nastor of tlm First linn.
tist church, San Francisco, in
1880 Ten years later ho becamo
a Prosbvtoriau and as such bn.
eamo pastor of Andrew church,
lUiuneapoliB, whence ho comes to
tako tho ohargo in Honolulu.
He brio us a wifo aud thrnd chil
dren ns acquisitions to tho com
Opium an Iiuo Iteeil,
The Isaac Reod was searched
by I i-p tor Short and members
of his watch this morning. Tho
cook was found with a smokiug
outfit. He told tho wholo story.
Ho will not be prosecuted.
Bailey's Honolulu (Wry.
231 King Street.
Hj been uppulnleJ agint In the Hawaiian IslanJs
for the famous
Dloclet well known for Ihelr abllllv to sUnJ hard
Tlu-y are LOV In price but HIGH In oualltv. Thi-v
hive MORGAN & WHIGIITS DOUI1LE TUHE
TIHXS, flush Joints. Tauber liangers, U Ulock chain
anJ every moaern Improvement. Enamel n4 finish
equal to any. fully guaranleei as to material anJ
workmanship In eviry wavcouilto hlirh nrlceJ mi
chines for tiarj work anJ wear. Price spot cash $40 00
LaJlesana gentlemen s In stock.
Contracts taken to repair all punctures anJ keen I
He Is of Stalwart
bike In cooj orJer at Ji.uu 1 er month.
Attorney Davis Frozen Out In Prosecution-
Judge Stanley Clears the Court on
Account of Demonstrations.
Judgo Wilcox declined to take
jurisdiction iu tho District Cnuri
agaiust ono criminal caso arising
out of 1 10 o. ntful v MM of thi
sto mBhip C 1 1 in bin from Seattle
to Hilo. Thor f r the ut-x pro
secution of tho sorifl waB brought
iu tho District Court. Judge
Stanloy began its tirirjg yP6ter
day af ornoon, and it ended
amidst thunders and bluo light
ning this foreuoou.
This was tho com pi out, in tli
namo of tho Itepublio of Hawaii,
rando by Roso Berliner, nil
actress in a troupe now playing iu
Honolulu, against Walter Milnor
pastor of thoBtoara6hip Columbia.
Tho dofendant was charged with
imprisoning tho fair plaintiff for
two days and two nights on board
his ship aforesaid.
A gontloman with a Deulscher
scollop in his speech uns ou th
witness stand this morning. Mr.
Davis, attorney "assisting tho pro
sedition," was pressing this wit
ness to Bay whothor ho had for
gotton to say auythiug that he
"Forgot I Neinl How could I
forgot? Dondt get Oggsyted, Mr.
Lawvof. If yon want mo to toldt
Mr. Davis mado his chair jump
under him at this advice from the
witness stand, and tho passengere
of tho 8toamer present in force
roared out laughing. Judgo
Stanloy eolpred up with the
Hush of judicial dignity
troatod with respect and announc
ed that upon any further dom n
strations ho should order the
After a while Captain Milnor
on tho 6tind emphatically declar
ed that if his ship wero tied up at
tho wharf in Seattle, Hilo, Hono
lulu or San Francisco, or clearing
tho billows on tho high seas, he
would not tolerato econos among
uis passengers as some ho had (Ih
scribed in his evidence
At this tho Columbia passon-
gors presont lod in a burst of np-
ulauBe that would sot a Thespiau
up in DiiBinorS for a
yoar. Judge Stanloy immediately
ordered tho bailiff to clear tho
"When all tho ovidenco, includ
ing rebuttal on tho part of tho
plum till, h l I) en put in Deputy
tVttornoy Uonoral Dole intervened
in tho case. He had been a muto
spectator of the case after, at tho
outset, introducing Mr. Davis as
uounsol assisting the prosecution.
llus generally moans doing all
tho prosecuting. Mr. Dole now
only desired permission, ou bo-
half of the Attorney uonorars
department, to enter a nolle pro-o
qui in the case. This is a formal
ity that has tho eiiect ot a dis
charge without birring futuro
proceedings at tho ploasuro of the
You could havo knocked Mr.
Davis down with a feather then.
but not if ho had hold a club in
his hand with permission to use it
on tho "Attorney General's depart
ment." Attor too court roso tho
aggrieved attoruoy followed Mr.
Dolo to tho otlico of Judge Perry
and bittorly upbraided him, vocal
ly registormg a rosolvo that from
uow honcefofth and forevor, thoir
respective paths iu Ufa must of
necessity bo irrevocably divergent.
Jidgar (JaypleBS, a newly ad
mitted attorney and ono of tho
Columbia's inward passengnrs.con
ducted tho cneo of tho defoudaut.
Tho General Gordon has haul
od in nlongaido the Fort street
wharf and is uow discharging nor
cargo of coal.
Estate or $8000 Devised to His Wife -Jot n Y.
Colburn Named a Executor Supreme
John F. Colburn petitions for
probato of tho will of Antono
Rosa, iu which he in named as tho
executor aud tho widow as guar
dian of the threo childron. Thn
estnte is valued at SSOOO, of which
87000 relates to renl estate, and is
entirely left to Mrs. Rota. In tho
will tho childinn nro commended
to the care of their mother. Tho
will was executed Septembor ft
1898, in presence, of Edmund H.
H.Hrt, John Lot '"''ikou. and
AVm. Blaisdoll. Judgo Stanloy'
has ordered tho executor, pending
probato of tho will, to pay tho
widow n certain weekly allow
ance. Following is a list of cases for
the Supreme Court term to open
Kohala Sugar Compauy vs. Job.
Minister of Interior vs. Oahu
Railway & Land Co.
M. O. Aldrich ot al. vs. P. E.
Hussingor ot rI.
H. M. .Vist vs.S. M. W.Kawolo.
E. O. Hobron vs. Hiknalani
Hikaahui Hobron vs. E. O.
F. L. Dortch vs. A. Y. Goir.
J. K. Sumner vs. R W. Wilcox
OuarJiauBhip of John K. Sum
H1. Zerbo n. Republic of Hi
G. L. Edwards vs. Republic of
Kahului Riilrnnd Co. vs. Ha
waiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
N. Russel n. Tax Assessor Ha
waii. Tonc On vs. Tai Keo.
G. K. Wilder vs. O. S. Bradford"
K. Kahooraann et nl. vs. V. A.
Gaorge R. Gran, clerk in H.
Hackfeld &, Co., Lt 1., did uot re
port for duty this morning. Mr.
Suhr, manager of tho en rp nation's
business Bays thoy are informed
mm umu ion in tiio steumer Ala
meda yesterday. In ansvsor to a
question Mr. Suhr said ti.oy woro
not awaro of Buy defalcation to
thorn. If thoro was it had to bo
discovored. J'hia di'HnnnPH fnr thn.
present of a rumored $1000 defal-
cnurn 10 mo corporation.
a geiu einnu who know .Grau's
ways declares that when he was
hnrd un ha could nnt ilmw rn iiSa
employers, lt is gonorally bo-
I,11V.31 flint tn Inft .. 1 t
..um.. iiiiiura iuii u uoilBKluraUlO
of unpaid obligation behind him.
i lew weoKs ago Mrs. Urau, n,
Hawaiian lndy, obtained a tlivorco
from her limlmllll f.ir Inn nonlnnt
ot hor through di-sipation.
Tho liriucitilll emiriTV utnrna in
lown givo nntico iu uuother col
umn of closing ou Heg.itta Uay.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Oold Medal, Alldwlnter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powilff.
40 YEAPS THE STANDARDS
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