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The Conimissioners Ofllclally and Exclusively Addressed all Peoples in 'die Bulletin
The Merits of
Are A! o Endorsed
Vol. V. No. 1025.
HONOLULU, 11. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1898.
Pmcn 5 Oknts.
MONEY F0R; DEVELOPMENT
Pumping Plant for Kalihl and Many
Good Things for Hllo. .
FINE RESIDENCE TRACT
MEMORIAL FROM HILO
SURYEY OF PEARL HARBOR
COLONEL LITTLE OF HILO
FROM MR, B, F, DILLINGHAM
Survey on Gear, Lansing & Go. Lands
Epitome of Chamber of Commerce
Company of United States Engineers
on Naval Station Site.
Gives Ills YIews Upon the Future Gov
ernment of Hawaii.
Present Received by Y. M. C. A.
Short Time Ago.
It Was n d rent
a News cih"
Roads 111 Coffee Districts of Hawaii -Roads
and Bridges Elsewhere All Out of
At meeting:) of tlio Execulivo
Council hM Saturday und to
day, it wns decided to go ahead
with public works forwtiichap
propriitiood wro votod out of the
loriii fund by tlio Legislature.
Following i- a complete list of tlio
expenditures first to be made:
Bro.ik water nnd wharf, Hi-
lo bay S12.00O
New whtiif tit Pupiha, Na-
liil.ii nnd approaches.. fi,000
Sewerage for llilo streets 4,000
SVnipio grade 0,000
Knhuku to Papahm road,
balauco of appropriation 41,000
Iloinoitt'iid roads, Kuw.il
ki, Knuiuaun and Ponn-
Now bridgoWailuku rivor,
New bridge Waiaketi rivor,
Extension of upper Puna
road from Kekeo to Ka-
Cross road at or near 14
miles ou Volcano road,
for survoy 2,500
Pack trad in Olna cross
roads, 10 milos 10,000
Waiobiuu to South Kona. 12,000
Punnluu to lliloaroad.. !J,0(Ju
Extou ion to Knu 10,000
Ilonununau, uppor road
to N qioopoo, landing at
Huehue to South Kohala.. 8,0 0
"Waimoii to North Kona. . 8 000
Purchaso of rock crushor
Nahiku landing to homo-
, "T stends 0,000
liana to Hawaii Gulch,
through Nahiku homy
steads, ami branoh").. 2."5,000
Lawai road 2,500
Bridge at Lauhulu, Vai-
Stono wall, banking of
Pauoa atreara 3,000
stroim, including road
?iro proof vault, Supronio
Survey Onico 3,500
Hilo Court Records 1,500
AVailuku Court Records . 1,500
. Lihuo Court Records 1,500
V a Honolulu Wator Works
VPuinping plaut, Kolihi. . . 00,000
CKTew water mains 05,000
IA't this morning'B r-esMon of
Council tho matter of b.uverngo
V for Honolulu was pretty hor
ougbly discussed but defoirod for
action to another diy. I'liere was
also a preliminary li 'ussion on
the laying out of eiw, roads at
- "With regard to t pumping
" plant for-Knlihi, At' ii'w Brown,
Superintendent of Water Works,
says tenders will most likely bo
callod for before tho next sailing
of tho Australia. Mr. Brown in
tenuis leaving Tor tho Const, on a
vacation trip, in that steamor.
ciiimuu in niiHt.
Hoilry Laws, Auditor General,
nftor sovoral yoars of excollont ser
vico to tho Government, rotiros
from oflice of his own volition,
lie takes n position in tho bank of
Glaus Spreckels it Co. Mr. Laws
lias enjoyed tho confidence nnd
esteem of tho community as well
ns of tho Government. Ho is to
bo succeeded by another good
man, II. S. Austin of Hilo. Mr.
Austin has long and ably iillod
the ofiico of tax nBsessor and col
lector of tho third taxation divi
sion, covoriug tho island of Ha
waii. A son of tho lato .Tudgo
Austin ho iB a most worthy citizen
himself aud his appointment is in
I harmonv with tho priuciplos of
) local Bol'nction and promotion.
Latest in ribbous at Mrs.
Lartfcjt Ever Put oh the Market Magnificent
Climate View Towards Town
and Sea Buyers.
Tho work of surveying tho Gear,
Lansing it Co. tract at Telegraph
Hill has boon completed. This trnct
now stands an tho largest rcsidonco
section that as been put on tho
market in Honolulu.
Tho survey has been mado under
tho direction of A. B. LoebeuBtein,
whoso capabilities in this lino nro
very well known, lie undertook
and carried out successfully tho
largest pioco of residential plotting
ever douo in the country.
Tho tract baa about 1000 lots
with dimensions of 75 by 200 ft or
100 by 150. Tho laud has been
covered with undorbrush bo that
00 miles of cutting w.is done,
which occupied tho timo of 2
inou working uninterruptedly for
A good uuinbir of lots havo al
ready been sold, but not until tho
presout could tlio wholo trnct be
said to bo "on tho market " At pro
nout outlook this section bids fair
to bo ono of tho popular residen
tial portions of tho city. Tho laud
has at presont some surfaco rock
but the soil is fertile and with the
wator tobo furuishod from the largo
reservoir now in piocess of con
struction this section will blossom
with magnificent homes surround
ed by trees and shrubs which
make beautiful tho homes of Ha
waii. The location is such that from
every lot, iho moat boautiful
scounry may bo viewed from tho
windows and lauais of prospective
homes. From Telegraph Hill and
tho slopes toward Waialao may bo
seen Koko Hoed, tbo beautiful
oxpause of ocean aud on clear
days the distant islands of Molo
kai, Lanai. and Maui. On tho
town side, tho residents look over
tho town, across tho caue fields to
tho Wuiiiuao range.
Tho elovatiou of tho tract is
from ono hundred to threo hun
dred feet, insuring tho best of
drainage, while the trade winds
from tho valloys give a pure and
Tho lots aro sold at very roasou
able rates aud with the oxtoiihion
of tho rnpid transit linos will bo
brought cloyo to town. Among
tho peoplo who havo already pur
chased lauds for now homes are
.Mr. Smvidl, Dr. Andrews, Mr.
Laws, Dr. Alyors, W. W. Dimond,
Col. Mactailaun and Mr. Ray, Ex
ecutivo ofiicer of tho Commission.
Trundle lit tlii- I'miiulry.
Thoro was troublo in tho foun
dry of tho Honolulu Iron Works
this morning. Aloano nnd Paul
Holm got into an altercation over
somo trivial in at tor and, clinched.
Helm says Aloauo struck him first
wlulo Aloano says tho assault was
uuprovoked. At all ovonts Helm
was arrested and rolensed later ou
$50 bail. Aloano was vory badly
out about tho mouth on tho left
koyal mike the food pure,
wholesome, and dcllcleai.
ROVAl BAkim POWDCH CO., hfW VOflK.
Preparing for New Steamer Lines More
Bannanas Being Planted Luau
Held Without Guests.
Tho epitome of the Hilo Cham
ber of Commerco momorial is as
"Wo respectfully nsk that you
recommend in your report to Con
gross tho following, to-wit:
1st. That tho Hawaiian Islands
bo created a territory and given a
government similnr to that given
other territories of tho United
2d. That tho Island of Hawaii
be made ono county and that Hi
lo bo designated as tho country
sent tl oreof.
3d. That a libornl appropriation
bo made for tho construction of a
broakwator in Hilo harbor.
4th. That tho presont cumber
somo nnd complex nnd laws bo
abolished aud that land lawo suit-
ablo to tho changed condition of
tuo islands and tavorablo to their
development bo ouncted.
5th. That a moderato education
al nnd property qualificatiounl
bo required m ordor to oujoy tho
exorcise or tlio olectivo fruuchiBO.
William Matson aud Aloxauder
Young havo gono to Now York to
examine into the morits of some
of tho Btoamora thoro availahlo for
U80 in tho proposed steam lino be
tween San Francisco and Hilo.
Captain Rock remains at the
Coast to look after tho iutorests of
tbo compauy at that point during
the nbsenco of Mi. Matson. It is
possiblo tho steamer purchased
may bo ouo that will ruako tbo
voyage from Sau Francisco to
Hilo in seven days.
Now that tho Matson steam line
to Sau Francisco and tho lino to
Seattle aro practically assurod it
is probablo Robeit Young will
plaut fifty acres of his land at
livo miles with bananas. Tho
nearness to point of shipping and
tho adaptability of tho soil in that
vicinity to growing bananas
makes Mr. Young's investment
much moro valuable. With tho
cultivation of this faiit Lo will
then havo ou his placo threo pro
fitable products, tho othors boing
sugar aud coffee.
Iho luau intondod for Capt.
Miluor and Mr. Rurliug of tho S.
S. City of Columbia was given at
ths residence of W. A. Hardy,
Puueo, on Saturday night though
tho guests of honor wore not pro
sout. Tho dato of tho toast was
sot for tho 15th inst. when tho
Columbia was oxpocted to bo here.
All preparations woro made, tho
fatted c If gathorod to his fathors,
and tlii luscious opihi disarmed of
its ou.. covering.
Abom 150 bunches of bananus
were cut for shipment to Seattlo
by tho S. S. City of Columbia, but
us the steamer did not return on
tho dato nuuouucod the fruit w De
spoiled. Tho bnl .nee of th
bunches promised h th Cham
her of Commerco i.uvu not been
cut and will go up mi 'in- Htotinor.
They are of a ch lio quality and
will no doubt reach th- Sound in
good condition. S..ine of the
bunches aro tin h udb and have
boon taken from eutuwiiod trees
On Cu(cm Mutton,
AVhon tho Custom Houso officers
como out in tho nutty uniforms of
tho United Stntes customs snrvico,
thoy will probably bo mado to
carry in thoir hip pockets sealing
outfits such ns tho officers in tho
States have. This will enable
thorn, when a package has a mib
picious look, to put a tapo around
it and seal it with tho mark of tho
Custom Houso. Thus they will
niuko things suro without the no
cossity of standing by to watch
against tho diBapponranco of arti
cles. Thoro is to bo a regimental
drill of tho N. G. II. this week.
Surveys to Form Counterpart of Hydrographic
Work of the Navy Treated to Break
fast In Town.
Company I of tho Second Regi
ment, United States Volunteer En
gineers, marched into town from
Camp McKiuley this morning.
There aro about eighty mon in the
company, commanded by Captain
Drapor. The company is on its
way to Penil Harbor. It was
marched into the Ar'intou Hot. 1
grounds, where, upon a table
spread on the lawn, was laid a
very enticing breakfast. This was
a treat to the company from Mr.
nnd Mrs. Thus. E. K rouso, host and
hostess of tho hotol. Mr. Davoy
took photographs of tho tablo be
foro and aftor tho arrival of the
Captain Drapor told n BULLETIN
reporter that the company was go
ing to Burvoy tbo land around
Pearl Harbor. Tho work would
be tliH eountorpnrt of the hydro -graphic
havts prepared by naval
Mirvoyo'H. 1'his company would bo
encamped at the place for fourteen
dayn, whnn it would probably bo
relieved by another company.
Tho company was marching to
(ho place, and would camp for a
rest halfway out.
Mr. Comstocli, a member of tho
company, was on tho staff of the
Denver Ropublicnn beforo oulist-
ing. Ho said in conversation with
tho reporter that ho thought tho
work of tho company at Pearl
Harbor would bo lnrgoly tho grad
ing of sites for buildings of tho
projected naval station. Tho do
tail, as ho took it, was moro to qivo
tho mon exerciso than auything
olso. With others in tho Regimout
ho anticipates a mustering out,
sinco tho chauce for "scrapping"
with Uncle Sam's lato enemy hns
Boforo resuming tho ronto tho
company gavo threo rousing
cheers for Mr. nnd Mrs. Krouso,
its geuorous ontortainors.
I.lvu Wtrn Accliltmt.
Last Friday oveniug, between
six nnd sevou o'clook, tho young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. U.
Kluegol had a narrow cscapo
from a horrible death. Sho was
riding a bicyclo near homo nt Pu
uahou whuu sho rau ngaiust a
dangling olectric light wiro. Thoro
were two wires brokon at tho
same placo aud both woro livo.
Tho girl was thrown to tho ground
with the shock, but happily was
not injured. An oyowituoas says
the ends of the wiros woro emit
ting flames that mado a groator
fiaro than nn urn street lamp.
Now llnt Irn M'utr.
Tho soldiers iu camp in Kapio-
lani Park aud on tho slopes of
Dinmond Head aro jubilant for
now thoy havo boilod water to
'Irink and tho Government
furnishes ico for the barrels iu tho
company airoots that aro filled
vory morning. Tho men aro ro
quiied to boil their own wator.
Wheels routed; J. Richardson
Bailey's initio Cyclery.
231 King Street.
His ltt?n appulMeJ fluent In the Hawaiian IslanJs
fur (he famous
llMcle's well known fur ttu-lr ability to UnJ lurj
Tli.y are LOW In frke hut HIGH In .luillty They
hive MOIUiAN & WHICH TS DOIJIILIi Tlllir
TIUI.S, flush Julnu, I aul-er luncirs, II. lllmk chain
anJ emy mujern Improvement Lnamel anJ linkli
e-iual to any. I ully 'euarantteJ a to material anJ
uorkmanhli In every wav eiujl tn hiiii nric.i m.
chine, (or harJ wurk ani eir Price pot caili 40.00
I.aJ!fcanJ gentlemen in ttoik.
Contracts taken to repair all punctures anj ,Mp
bike in gouJ orJer at ii.oo ptr month,
The Territory Will be Like Others of Its Class
- Sewall for Governor A. U. P.
Col. Gilbert F. Little of Hilo is
ouo of tho loading American law
yers in this country. Ho is well
versed iu tho Amorican law nnd
the politics of his own country.
Col. Littlo was asked by a ropro
seutntivo of tho Bulletin for his
viows on matters relating to tho
futuro govorumont of Hawaii.
"Somo of tho statements pub
lished, as to what recommouda
tious tho Commission will mako to
Congress," tho Colonel answered
"may bo true, but 1 hope somo of
"Iho frnnchiso seems lo be
liberal enough to suit anyone, if
it prove to bo ns stated.
"Tho number and makeup of
tho local Legislatuio is practically
tho snmo ns in any federal Terri
tory of tho class to which Hawaii
"The question of citizenship
aud tho C nines- question will bo
settled by Congress. Tho public
sentiment m America is too well
established to leavo any doubt as
to the final determination of cither.
"As to the Judiciary sybteiu tho
word 'system' is a vory uncertain
torin, and really does not convoy
to tho mind of a lawyer any Bpccific
iuteutiou of tho Commissioners.
Tho necessity of having a judicial
'systom,' whother appoiutivo or
electivo, which inuet embody n
bupromo Court aud as muuy sub
ordinate judicial tiibunnla as shall
bo necessary to proporly and in
tolligoutly transact tho business of
the country, is ndmittad by every
one But tho judiciary system of
a country boiug practically its
motive powor, it is manifestly im
porntivo that tho 'system' bo not
iuconsistout, fluctuating or feeble.
You might as well try to mauipu
Into a man-of-war with a donkey
ougino, n? to attempt to success
fully run a Fedoral Stato or Ter
ritory with an untraiuod, iimxperi
ouccd, weak or vaoillatory judi
ciary. 1 presume our B stem will
bo similar to that of tho other
territories of tho class to which
this torritory will bolong.
"As to tho dologato iu Congress
from this toiritory ho will repro
sent no moro important interests
than auy other dologato on the
floor of the house. Whilo ho will
represent sugar, coffee, rico, otc,
othor dolegatos represout coal,
iron, coinout, gold, silver, ngricul
tnro aud lumbor, but none of them
" I bolievo that tho two great
partios will dominnto tin politics
hero in tho ordor of their ascen
dency. And wo might just ns well
mako up our minds to havo party
organization. It takes the political
fights out of personalities aud
puts thorn ou tbo piano of priuci
" I boliovo in tho nttitudq of tho
Americau Union Party. Tho timo
bus passed when tho ' family com
pact' "can mako appointmonts of
people to ofiico with no othor qua
lification than that thoy aro within
tho 'charmed circlo.'
" Who should bo thoGovornor?
Well, President McKinley proba
bly knows more about that thau
anyone olso, but in my judgment
tho host interest of this country
domands that Mr. Sowall bo mado
govoinor. 1 am not in tho confi
dence of Mr. Sowall, and kuow ab
solutely nothing of his wiahos or
likes auddislikos.butviow him nan
public mau and in tho liuht of tho
record ho has mado as a diplomat
at Samoa aud Hawaii. In tho dis
charge of tho multifarious and do
licato dutios incident to tho transfer
of this torritory recently, during
all of,which ho baB made abholuto
ly nolmistakes.nehas provd him-
Continued on eighth page.
Tent That Is Now Erected at Camp McKlnley
SomJ Other Interesting Association
The clnsscs nt Iho Young Men's
Christian Association begin this
evening. Young mon who would
liko to bonofit themselves and put
themselves in a way to earn high
er wages would do woll to take up
somo of licso classes.
General Secrernry n. E. Colo
man with PrqL Richards and Dr.
M. L. Bergcr held n very interest
ing sorvico at th Army Y. M. C.
A. Department last pvening.
About ouo hundred and fifty
youtig men gathriod to tho ser
vice enjoyed iho singing and tho
address bv the donor. The next
service will bo held Tuesday ovoii
ing. Tho mcetiug last night was held
in the new tent received by a ro
cent vessel. Tl o tent has boon put
up uuar tho ono room cottngo tlmt
was recently erected aud b.ith nro
now in chargo of Privtto Perkins
of Co. K of the New York Regi
ment who took the placo of Privnto
Tator when it became necessary
for tbo latter to tako to the hos
pital. Tho tent i 20x30 and tho wnlls
are six feet high. To tbo top tho
distance is fifteen feet. Two thir
ty -foot tables for writing purposes
have already been put in tbo tent.
The supplying of cold wator to
the soldieiv l'a in-en discontinued
as the Government has now takon
the mnttor in hind.
Hundreds a day !ak ndvnntago
of tbo advantages offered by tho
1. M. C. A. (jrutiB.
Ticl-nts for tho coucort to tako
place in the association hall on
the night of Tuesday, Oct. 4, are
now on sale aud inny bo hnd at
the Y. M. C A. building. Tho
admission fee to the public will bo
fifty cents whilo MMiihrsof tho
association will bo rcquiied to pay
only half that amount.
Tho gymur.sium elnesos will
stait op again next week. Tho
gyinniihiuni has been fixed up in
liue shape and Mr. Brock, tho
new assistant secretary, will hold
forth thoro during tho class hours.
.-Mr. link)- In llilo.
C S. Desky is agaiu in Hilo
with projects in his bend for tho
development of tho ''Town of tlio
futuro." As tho flight of the birds
northward shows tlio npproaeh of
summer, so tho flight of Desky
from Honolulu to Hilo shown that
tho "Winter of our dtcnteut" is
noar an cud. Mr. Desky hns al
ready put on tho mnrkot two largo
city tracts which aro largely built
The second battalion of tho
First Regiment, N. G. II., will
drill iu front of tho drill shed at
tbo usual hour this cvouiug.
Thieves aio abroad njzuiu. Com
plaints como from two or threo
localitus tunt mon have boon seen
lurking about c r'niu yards of Into.
Tho oxerciBeB of tho brauch
Sunday schools of Kawniahao
church Sunday woro excellent.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powtter.
40 YEARS '"KE STANDARD,