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Vol. V. No. 1011).
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15), 1898.
1'moB 5 Cunts.
IN THE FIGHTING FRONT
MEMORY OF ANTONE ROSA
TWO JUDICIAL DECISIONS
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For a pleasant dny Saturday,
thank Captain Cnrapboll and T. J.
King who raised tho money to
carry" on tho sports; 0. S. Orane,
Guy Goro and S. E. P.Taylor
who tnada all arrangement for
tho events; Onptain Bergor and
tho band for music; Obns. Wilson,
for starting the races off without
.delay and, last but not least, A. G.
M. 11 bertson, who introduced in
tho Houso of Representatives tho
bill that has mado September 18
a public holiday.
Tho aquatic sports in the harbor
on Reuaita Day, Saturday, Sep
tember IT, can be called uothing
other lhau a groat bucc-'sb. The
ovoiiU woro ull started oif with
dispatch and thoro seemod to 1)3
on all bands spirit of Bport. Tho
ships in the harbor woro prettily
decorated with flags and bunting
and small craft woro continually
plying to and fro with pooplo out
to see the fun. Tho boat houses
of tho Myrtlo and Hoalani craws
woro prettily decorated. Tho
judges' stand, a largo scow, was
auoUored iu the stream off tho
Tho races wero run off in tho
1 . Fivo oared wbaleboat race.
Spnr buoy courso. Won by Dawoy
of U. S. S. Philadelphia iu li'J m.
General Gordon, 6CCond, with time
of 22 tlat. Pilot boat No. 2dis
qualfiied on account of foul at
turning point, claimed by D.oy
and allowed ''by judged. Time,
5J. Six oare'd sliding soil birgo.
Course Judgos' stand, out ohau
nol to spar buoy, passing muiuh tin
port nido aud back to ntnrt Won
by Healani of H. Y. & B. 0. in
12 m. 30 s. Myrtlo of M. B. 0.,
second with time of 12 m. CO s.
Alico M withdrawn.
3. Tho first class yacht raco,
1 Diving for timo. Won by
Kuaiwa. Timo, 48 1-5 s. Kawika
second, fraction of a second before
win nor. Believed to be a sot up
job between tho two nutives. Timo
5 Two oared ehoro boat race.
Course From start, out chanuol
to and nround Brat can buoy,
keoping on port sido in turning,
i2mck to starting point. Four en
tries. "Won by No. 28 in 8 m .
1 2-5 s. Minnie, second, 8 m. 7s.
Mnhina pullod winning boat.
iSixWred gig raco Courso Spar
buoy. Won by Kauoelani in 17 ra.
2 2 fi h Kapiolani, second, 17 ra
27 h. Both boats loaky. Raco
well pulled. Only natives in the
7. Swimming race, ICO yards
8tright away. Won by Kimokeo
in 1 in. 18 d. llenoar, second.
Slight dissatisfaction ovor deci
sion of judges, llenoar reacueu
bargo first while Kimokoo crossed
imaginary lino first nnd was de
8. Six paddlo canoo raco.
Course Start from lino of Bpar
and far away buoys and finish at
judu'os' stand. Fivo entries. Won
by Kakaako iu 10 m. 51s. Leilani,
second, 11 m. 15 s.
9. Second class yacht race.
Start Itoturn Time
Malolo l2:!HJf 2:22:25 2:17:33
I'okll 12.07 1-5 2:2fl:2i) 2:13:29
Pauline 12:I0J 2M3 2:33
AbbloM....12:llU 2:27 2:37:00
Pokii doclared winnor with Ma
lnln, second and Abbio M. third.
Paulino did not go ovor tho
10. Punt race rowed and steer
with shovels. Won by Orowloy
in 7 ra. 11 s. Fassour, second.
11. Four oarod sliding seat
bargo. Course Judges' stand
around spar buoy to finish. Won
by Myrtlo in lCra. 31s. Alf.
Rodgers, second 15m. 35s. Alice
M., third. All threo boats from
M. B. 0.
12. Tub race. Course Like
liko wharf to judges' stand. Ten
entries. Won by Yitting in 3m.
50c. J. K., second.
13. Twolve oarod cutter race
man of war boats orily. Course
Spar buoy coursdi Won by
Chips in 17in. 55s. Wela ka
Han, s'coud, 18m. GOs.
14. Diviniz for distance. Won
ly Kona boy. Kuaiwa, second.
Distance observed but not
15. Stearaef boat raoe. Four
entries and three prizes. AVon
by Leliua in lGm. 27s. Kaona,
sououd, lGm. 39s. Mauna Loa,
third, 17m. 8s.
10. Sailing cauoo raco. Fivo
entries. Won by Maui Boy in 23m.
Niaulani, second, 23m. 20s.
17. Half mile swimming raco.
Six entries. Won by Kuaiwa in
14m. IDs. Gilman, second, 14m.
Royal make the food pure,
wholesome and dtllclaas.
ROVM. tUKIM POWDER CO., NfW VMK.
18. Four oared dingy raco. Four
ontrios. Won by John A. Briggs
in 19m. 37s. Nevor You Mind,
second, 19m. 4Gs.
Tho officers of tho day woro as
Judgos 0 B Wilson, Capt 0 J
Campbell, Clias B Gray.
Starter 0 B Wilson.
Timo-keopors Louis Marks, A
T Brock, Chris Willis, Gornner
Jaffo of tho Philadelphia.
Recorders John W Short, W
II Charlock Jr.
Clork of Course Captain E H
The Myrtlo flag was not at half,
mast although thoro wero sorao
who got tno two flacpnlos mixed
so that tho flag gave suoh an op
poaranco. Cateror Chapman provided an
excellent table on tho judges'
stand. Ho was choson agaiu this
year on account of his oxcellent
work last year.
John Ena, family and friends
occupied tho Mikahala, anchored
near tho judges' staud.
Tho band occupied n position
on the Harvester at tho Paciflo
The decision in tho first class
yuoht raoe was withheld on ac
count of tho time allowanco to
The summary of tho raco is as
Start Itelurn Timo
Hawaii 11:01:10 2:M! 3:50:13
Marlon 11:02:30 :i:0 1:34 4:00:57
Ilonuto I) 11:02: 1 j 2: 15 3:12:31
Tho undor-taudinc bofore thn
raco was that tue Bonnie Dundoe
should allow tho other two yachts
tho amount of time by which sho
beat them in 1890. This was 29m.
17s. for tho Hawtii aud 35:02 for
tho Marion. This gives the time
as follows: Hawaii, 3:21:33; Ma
rion, 3:20:02; Bonnie Dundee
(actual timo) 3:42:10. Tho Ha
waii is therofore winnor, Marion
Bocond and Bonnie Dundeo, third.
HIS ARM BROKEN.
found to lmvo his
broken close to
joint. This was
by Dr. Wood through an examin
ation undor the X rays at tho
Queen's hospital this morning.
Mr. Smith drove to his privttto
oflico beforo going to tho hospital.
Mr. Dolo said this afternoon
that tho Commission was getting
along woll, and would probably
complete its labors horo Wed
nesday or Thursday. Pos
Bibly ono of tho Hawaiian
morabors would follow tho Ameri
can morabors to Washington bo
foro Congrnss nssombled.
Letter from Chaplain of the First Cal
Captain McKlnnon Played an Important Part In
Battle and Surrender Cousin
of J. W. McDonald.
J. W. McDonald of this city ro
ceivod by tho steamship Senator a
lottor from his cousin W. D. Mc
Kinnon chaplain of tho First
California regimont that partici
pated in the light at Manila. The
letter is written on tho official let
ter paper of tho "Gobiorno Goner
ill, do Filipinas, Secrotaria, Par
ticular." Tho letter says: "Wo aro in
full possession of Manila without
oven having a good battle. We
had sevoral skirmishes nnd alto
gather tho Americans had 23 kill
ed and about 80 wounded. My
regiment had four killed and one
captain nnd threo privates and 1G
"1 hnd a plight wound in the
thigh but it has entirely healed
up or almost so. It oamo near
being quite serious. I Baid noth
ing about it at tho timo as I did
not want it cabled back home. It
was only n flesh wound so I
thought i could doctor it myself.
But under my treatment it becarao
ft very ugly soro.
"1 was under fire every time
tho boys wero and had several
narrow escapes. One bullet wont
through my hat and nuothor
through my coat, right across tho
buck, burning my back clear
across; an inch nearor and it
would have killed mo. But now
all is ovor nnd thank God I am
feeling O. K.
"Tho California regimont gavo
a fino account if itself and has tho
reputation of being tho crack re
gimput. "Wo have our headquarters now
in tho Palaco of the Governor
General. It is quite a contrast to
boiug in camp. Though living in
a Palaco wo still havo the pork and
beans diot. Manila is a rich city
with many palatial homes.
"I was tho first American iu. I
carao in threo days bofoie tho
troops aud interviowed tho Arch
bishop nnd Govornor General
I also flattor invsolf that my com
ing in saved many livos, as I in
duced thom to surrender after only
a show of rosistnnoo (Just enough
to satisfy Spanish honor), it was
n risky undertaking but 1 felt I
was justified whou tho good to bo
accomplished was so groat. I
walked right up to thoir guns
without a llag of truco or anything
olse. It was not a ploasant son
sation to boo three or four thou
sand guns all looking your way.
They fired on me but thanks to
Spauiih marksmanship, I escaped.
"Tho Gouoral congratulated mo
publicly and said it was 'tho
bravest oct of tho whole war.' "
There will bo n crickot match on
Snturday betweou tho "Colonies"
aud "All England."
The Bergstrom Musio Co. nro
making a lender of fifteen coat
sheet musio. Get one of their
lists of the lntost popular music.
Bailefs Honolulu Cycler?.
231 King Street.
lias been appolnlei agent In Hie Hawaiian IslanJs
fur tlie famous
Bicycle's Hell known for their ability tu stanJ harJ
They are LOW In price but HIGH In quality. They
have MORGAN & WKIGIITS DOUBLE TUI1D
TIRES, llukh Julnts, Tauber hangers. 11. Block chain
onj every moJern Improvement, Enamel and tinWi
eiual to any. fully guaranteej as tu material anJ
workmanship In every way equal to high prlceJ ma
chines for liar J work anJ wear. Price spot cash $40,00
LaJIctanJ gentlemen's In stock,
Contracts taken to repair all punctures anJ keep!
bike In cooJ orJer at J1.00 per month,
Resolutions of Bar Ordered on Supreme
Several Barristers Pass Tributes Upon Tbelr Dead
Brother The Term Opens Vlth
"Wheroas, it has ploased tho
Almighty to romovo by doath An
tono Boss, a member of the Bar
of this Court;
"Resolved, that in tho untimely
doath of Antono ltosa this com
munily has lost a faithful citizen,
and the Bar a brilliant as woll as
a valuablo mombor;
"Resolved, that tho Bar hereby
express to tho family of tho do
ceased its sincoro nud heartfelt
symputhy with thom iu thoir
"Resolved, that tho Court in
struct tho Clork to spread these
Resolutions upon tho Records of
Theso resolutions woro present
ed to tho Supremo Court by tho
coinmiltoo of tho Bar appointed
for the purpose, at tho opening of
tho September term of that tribu
nal this morning.
Feeling tributes wero paid to
tho memory of tli9 dopartod bar
rister by Cecil Brown, W. A.
Kinnoy, E. P. Dole, Ouas. Creigli
ton, G. F. Little of Hilo, S. K.
Kano aud Chief Justice Judd. In
concluding his remarks tho Chief
Justico mado formal ordor to
spread tho resolutions upon the
Cases from tho Fourth Circuit
wore taken up first, as .Messrs.
Littlo and Wiso of Hilo disiro to
gut back to Hilo by toinoi row's
steamer, bo as to be able to attend
tho Kohala term of Circuit Court
oponinc on October 5.
Chief Justico Judd and Justice
Whiting nro holding court without
tho presence of Justico Frottr,
who is engaged on tho Hawaiian
Th IIullMln'a Plnn Wnrmty Commend
ed by the Hoclctlra.
Tho plan which wns recently in
augurated by tho Bulletin to
publish a Fraternal Socioty
Directory of tho sooial and bonev
olout organizations on the Islands,
is being warmly praised by frater
nal folk and visitors who aro mom
bors of ono or moro of tno socie
ties. As an attostation of fratomal
endorsement undor tho head of
"New ToJay" will bo found tho
cards of Honolulu Comaudery
No. 1, K. T.; Honolulu Chapter
No. 1, R. A. M., and Oahu Lodgo
No.l, K.of P.
For a nominal figuro tho Bul
lctin publishes tho card of f ra
toruttl sociotios iu tho Frnternal
Directory, giving tho dato, pluco
nnd timo of meetings. Should
fipecial meetings bo called at any
timo they will bo duly announced
and moutiou mado of thom iu the
local columns. This, too, without
incurring any additional expouxe
on the part of tho societies hold
ing such mootings.
Nothing of a similar nor such
an advautagonus nature has bonn
offoied to tho sociotios jn this city
nor on the islands.
Tho Bulletin at tho inception
of the plan was actuntod by a do
oiro to assist fratornalism, which
has boon so instrumental in build
ing up tho mntorial iuterosts nnd
society iu tho Islands. It h pleas
ing to know that its efforts aro ap
llenellt Concert Noon.
Tho amateur orchestra will give
a grand coucort at tho Y. Mv O. A.
hull on tho ovoning of Tuesday,
Oct. 4, when an interesting pro
grrtra will bo presented. Sevoral
now vocalists and instrumentalUiH
aro to appear on this ocensim
Tho concert is for tho boueht of
the Y. M. 0. A.
Eiectment Case Determined on Deed
Thirty-six Years Old.
Claim Lacking In Terms of Lease An Un
faithful Guardian Removed Land
Judgo Perry has rendered an
important decision on the jury
waived ejectmout case of J. Kaco
aud J. Waialealo vs. Kalnuiehn,
Kaliaka, Kcnuui nud Mana. It
was a claim for restitution of a
eertain piece of land, 4 G5 acres in
urea, situate in Hounuiau, Koun,
Hawaii. The claim was baeod on
a judgment iu the Circuit Court at
Waitnen, Hawaii, and n Marshal's
deed, on salo under execution,
dated Jauuary 10, 1803. Al
though tho records in tho original
action have been lost, tho court
rinds prima facie ovideuco iu the
deed that tho execution issued.
Levi Hnalelen wns the purchaser
aud after his death tho adminis
trator of his estate conveyed the
ihupunn of Honaunnu, including
the land in question, to C. R.
Bishop, who, on July 1, 1884, ex
ecuted a leaso to tho plaintiffs for
fifteon years. 'They brouuht tho
action under this lease. It having
neon proved that Haalelea and his
mccesiors havo from 1802 held
advorso possession of the land'
until tho recent bntry by tho de
fendants, .ludgo Pony finds for
tho plaintiffs for tho restitution of
the property claimed and for costs.
Kinuey & Bui lou for plaintiffs;
V. R. Castle aud P. L. Weavor
Judgo Stnuloy has filed n da
emon for the defendants in tho
jury waived ejectment cose of Ka
lua Kiilmloanu vs.Kipahulu Sugar
Co. Tno gr rand of tho decision
is that tho leaso did not ere to tho
condition by express words of
forfeiture for wusto. Castle and
Weaver for plaintiff; Kinney &
Judgo Perry lias granted tho
potiiion of Laahia, a minor, by
Maka, her stepgrtind father and
next friend, to icmovo Akoi, her
rdopfntnor, from her guanUaushin,
for not faithfully discharging his
trunt, and to appoint Maka iu
s ead. Lyle A. Dickey for peti
tioner; J. T. Do J3olt for tho
Joseph Rosa, guardian of his
minor son Louis Richards, is
licensed by order of Judgo Perry
to sell real estato at Kikihnlo, Ho
m'uiilu, at public auction nt tho
Judiciary building on October 8,
Judgo Perry is hearing tho peti
tion for partition of M. F. Scott
and wife against E. N. Pilipo nnd
others. Thurston for plaintiffs;
Castlo and Weavor, Magoon and
Sillimau and Kaulia for different
Judge Hardy has petitioned for
probate of the will of his daughter.
The guard located at Paul Ison
hnrg's ranch captured one of tho
Nebraska voluutoers Saturday
afternoon. Tho man hnd commit
ted no act of depredation but had
crossod into tho road whore tho
guard is stationed.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pare Orape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEAPS THE STANDARD