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nOXOLTJLU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1898.
ADDITION TO PALI SYSTEM
Hew Road Projected from Main Line
Survey for Improved Nuuanu Yalley Route In
Progress Submission ol Industrial School
Hatfrs to Supreme Court.
TendorB will shortly bo invited
for llit! construction or a road from
the 1'nli road to Mnuunwili to
ward Wiiimiunlo. Jit will bo 18,
00U foot iu long'h. The work will
have Homo hard sectioun, but, ns
Mr. 11 w -II says, "nothing can bo
called hard work if you have tho
propor appliaucos for doing it."
This now rond will bo an impor
tant link iu tho couibinod ordina
ry traffic nud tourist yetem of
thoroughfares centering in tho
subUnio facouery of Nuunnu Pali.
A survey is in progress for a
new road up Nuuailii Viilloy to
tho I'uli. When tho LoRislaturo
was in session tho Bulletin advo
cated tho thorough re-bmldiug of
tho L'uli road, by a purity if not
entirely now route. Tho survoy
now proceeding was recommend
ed ns tlnfint nocossary tiling to
bo dono iu the mattor. A fairly
lihoinl view was taken of tho ob
ject by the Legislature
Tho question of tho power of
the Council of Stnto to iutorvono
in tho Industrial school difficulty
is to bo submitted to the Supremo
Court It appears tho trouble wns
caused by tho appoarnnco of tho
item iu two different bills. Iu
making tho transfer of items into
n single bill a copyist dropped
this item. It certainly passed both
Louses of tho Legislature, accord
ing to tho confident recollection
of Minister Cooper, also of Mr.
Robertson, chairman of tho eou
v. 3i. c. a. ji ranis.
How the IMucullmi I CIbmm Ar Iro-j-reft-liiif.
Tho Y. M. C. A. classes aro now
going full blast. Last night Mr.
Crowell, clerk in tho Deputy Mar
shal's office, began his Hawaiian
class. Ho has a largo uurabor of
students. Horo is tho program
for tho remainder of tho woek:
"Wednesday Enrollment in ad
vanced bookkeeping and arithme
tic from 7 to 7:30.
Thursday Enrollment in short
band, mechanical drawing, lotter
writing in business forms and or
Friday Enrollment in Civil
Government and horticulture.
Tho elemontary oln t-os aro not
as largo as they wore last year
but tho advanced c asses moro
than make up for any deficiency in
Tho gymnasium classos for
business men will begin next
wook. A largo nu-ubor of young
follows will take - .van'ugo of tho
opportunity for th- good of thoir
health. , ,
By tho end of this month thoro
will bo iu tho neighborhood of -10
application for inemborsbip.
Bev. G. L. Pearson conducted
tho mooting in tho Y. M. 0. A.
tonit at CampMeKinley last oven
ing. Quito a number of soldiore
llov. M. Morgan of California
will load tho mon's meeting in tho
Y. M. 0. A. hall Sunday aftor
noou. His subject is: "Wanted
Tho evangelistic Bible class
will begin in tho Association hall
Sunday aftomoon and will bo lod
by Messrs. 0. .T. Day and John
(loiiu to Kuuul.
II W. Schmidt, ono of the big
owners in the Wuituoa plantation
on Kauai, loft for that placo on
tho W. G. Hall yestorday to go
over tho placo and to inform him
self fully on tho present condition
of affairs. Ho will roturn to Ho
nolu on tho W. G. Hall, arriving
in port early Sunday morning.
IT'S LOCAL INDEPENDENCE
Processes of Law to Ron in Name
of Hawaiian Islands.
The Federal Rule or Hawaii Will Be a Gain
and Not a Loss to the National
One thing it is known tho Ha
waiiau Commission will recom
mend to Congress. It is that pro
cosses of law shall run iu tho
name of tho "Government of the
Hawaiian Islands." Processes
under Federal law will of course
bo exceptions. This symbol of
local independence will, however,
not bo an innovation. Somo of
the territorial jurisdictions on tho
mainland havo it.
Another divulgenco of Commis
sion business is perhaps moro in
teresting When tho Americau
members had looked into the
sources of Federal income in M
islands tho customs and postal
sorvicos they concluded th it the
acquisition of tho group was not
a bad bargain for tho United
States. After the Federal expenses
of governing were paid, there
would bo a guug balance to tho
good for the Natiounl tieasury.
This is confirmation of what P.
0. Jones showed in a pamphlet
long in advanco of annexation.
His figuring of Hawaiian aseots,
placing thorn against tho assump
tion of tho Hawaiian debt as ori
ginally proposed, was probably
also tounu correct uy tno Americ
NAIM.N'd OK FLAGSHIP.
Atlmlriil Miller Conwy Heirreta fur Ile
IlilT Vnilblx In Mnko Culla.
Tho following announcement
enmos to tho Bulletin officially:
" Tho Philadelphia will sail on
Thursday afternoon. All bills
against officers or men should be
presented beforo ton o'clock that
" Admiral Miller rogrots exceed
ingly that, owing to his departure
at an oarlior date than was antici
pated, ho will bo unable to call up
on his many friends iu Honolulu
to say good-byo."
m m m
I'rniii Hilly Knavltt.
Goo Mundow of Kapan recoivod
by tho last mail a letter from Win.
Eassio stating that ho was in Ram
part City whero ho would romain
in business until next season be
fore proceeding for tho Klondiko.
The loss of a part of his machin
ery while boing transported was a
Bovoro blow as it was found im
possiblo to construct anything like
it in time to got up to tho gold
fields for tho season of 1808.
March IliMintl lelnrul.
For somo time the matter of a
march round this island by a
battalion of tho First Now York
has been under discussion at
headquarters and camp. Nothing
has been dono about it yet ox-
copting to send nu officor out to
reconnoitor. No official orders
havo boon issued regarding tho
mattor, but it is evidently coming
to a head.
Royal makes the 1ol pure.
wholesome and dallcleaa.
KOYAl B'klNQ POwDCR CO . N"W YORK.
S, S. VALENCIA'S MOVEMENT
Will be Sent Immediately to Klon
Hade 68,OCO on Passengers to North Built on
Same Plan as Klnau Chief
Tho U. S. T. S. Valencia, Lano
commander, sailed for San Fran
cisco between 12 m. aud 1 p. in.
today. She took besidos two
regular passengers, four con
valescout soldiors who nro return
ing to thoir homos in tho States.
The Valencia took only about a
dozen bags of mail. It is believed
that tho peoplo aro holding back
thoir mail to sond it on tho U. S.
S. Philadelphia, scheduled to sail
tomorrow aftoruoou. The Valon
cia is dirty and will mako only
ten knots an hour at tho most
while tho Philadelphia is just off
the dry docks and will mako fast
timo to San Fraucisco, particular
ly siuce Admiral is iu a hurry to
get buck homo as soon ns possible.
Tho Valoncia has dono somo
good work iu her timo. Sho is
the boat that mado the run to the
Klondike with passengers enough
aboard to bring iu 803,000 to tho
Company that had her under
Of course, when tho United
States Government took her over
as a transport thoro was naught to
do but accept, but now that sho
has finished her work for tho Gov
ernment sho will bo eout north
ngnin as soon as possible by tho
Pacific Stoam Whaling Co. All
arrnugemouts toward that oud
havo beou mado.
Tho Vuloucia and Kiuau, both
built by tho Cramps Compauy,
are after tho samo model. u
tho ongines nro aliko oxcopt, of
course, in size.
Tho chief ongineor, Mr. Piorson,
is woll known in Honolulu.
When tho Mikahala camo from
San Fraucisco ho was tho chief
engineer nud for a wholo yoar he
remained in thnt position, ruuniug
to Kauai ports. Then ho went to
tho Coast and, after a littlo, secur
ed his present position.
Mr. lMorson i very much takon
with tho Islands nud expects at
no very distnnt dnto, to roturn
horo to Btay.
run roitinux officii tuoimiv.
.Next Hntunlny tlm Nliuot Will Tuk
Place. Member f Co. Il Team.
Tho mon composing tho team of
Co. B," N.'G. U. in tho shoot for
tho Foreign Office trophy aro as
follows: Captnin L T Konnko,
LieutonantT H Potrio, Lieutenant
O J) Oottroll, Sergoant O II Ath
ertot,, Sergeant W O Weodon,
Sorguaut E T Winant, SorgeautD
F Thrum, Sergeant F B Angus,
Corporal W It lliloy, Gorpond W
B Scott; Privatos: D B llenear,
E Olson, M M Johnson, C It
Frazior, O E Frnhcr. L E 1th en,
F S Peachy, W II UukIiiv, J L
Logan, H O Hapai. A It Fergu
son, E Myhro, CS UiGuire, F B
Kilboy, WB IWJi.t.W C Konnko,
A M Jones, A It L(mh.
Tho shoot mil t.k place Satur
day aftomoon u t. -t rtiug about
ono nnd lasting till the. Tho wuy
tho mon of Co B have ben im
proving Intoly makes thoir chances
of winuing tho trophy vory good.
J. JI. Vlvua tin. Mull.
J. M. Vivas, tho Portuguese
leader, 1ms been chosen as a dele
gate by tho Portuguese Union to
represent that organization in
Washington for tho purposo of
supplying information about the
Portugueso colony that might bo
required. Mr. Vivas has not yet
mado up his mind whothor or
no to occopt tho appoint
ment. IIo will, howovor, decido
during tho second week in Octo
ber nnd will then irivo his answer
to the PortugueBO Union.
HAS IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS
Drafting of Documents of Hawaiian
Commission by Mr. Frear.
Reason for Not Silting at Supreme Court Term
-Still He Has Not Neglected His
An announcement mado yestor
day that Associated Justico Frear
would rosumo his seat on tho
Supromo Court bench this morn
ing was disappointed at tho open
ing of tho Court.
Justico Frear is dotaiued from his
judicial functions with important
work for tho Hawaiian Commis
drafting of various documents to
accompany tho report of tho Com
mission to Congress. While it is
not given out positively, thoro is
roason to bolievo that Mr. Frear
has tho very responsible duty
allotted to him of drafting ono or
more bills, embodying tho charter
of tho Territory of Hawaii.
Wliatovor tlio naturo of his
work, however, it is incumbent
up in him to havo it finished bo
foro his departuro for Washing
ton on Ojtober 11. Justice Frear
hns n it abandoned his justiciary
duties altogether, siuco boginning
his labor ns a Commissioner, lie
put iu most of tho past two days
in consultation with tho othor
justices upon matters submitted to
the Court before tho prosout terra
began. No less than five cases
woro decided, as will shortly ap
Chiof Justice Judd said this
afternoon that it was a wrong im
pressiou Bomo peoplo had, that
the Supremo Court was doing
nothing except when actually
hoariug cases. For tho timo nbovo
montionod, in roference to Justico
Frear, tho Court wob earnestly
engaged in considering tho opi
nions to bo rondered upon tho
matters heard previously by tho
There will bo a mooting of tho
Town football team men in the
bnRemont of tho Hawaiian hotol
Monday ovoning at 7:.10 o'clock
for tho purposo of considoriup; the
ohallengo from tho Punahou team
to play n gamo on Thanksgiving
Tho Town boys havo already
decided among themselves to play.
A captain, probably "Brick
Whitohouse, will bo ohosen and
tho team organized at tho mooting.
Already, tho names of about
twonty mon who havo signified
their intention to play, havo boon
Sam Kalunliilii who was yestor
day seutenced to ouo yoar's impri
sonmont at hard labor on tho
chnrgo of larceny in the second
dogreo, is tho young man who
stolo Rudolph Duncan's bicycle
somotimo ago. Duncan did tho
detective work himsolf and trnck
ed tho thiof to his vory houso.
Joseph Irving is no longor enp
tain of tho schooner Waialua. Ho
loft that vessel a couplo of trips
ago aud his place was takon by
Louis JohuBon, formerly of tho
Bailey's Hmlili Cycler?.
231 King Streat.
Has been appoInteJ agent in the Haualbn UhnJj
(or the famous
Blcvcle's well known lor their ability Iu stand hard
They are I OW In price but HIGH In quality They
have MORGAN & WRIGHTS DOUIILC TUIU3
TIRLS. flush joints, Tauter hangers, U llluck chain
and every modirn Improvement Lnamel anj finish
equal to any. Cully 'guaranteed as to material and
workmanship In every wav equil to high priced ma
chines for hard work and wear. Price spot cash $40,00
ladles and gentlemen's In stock.
Contracts takm to repair all punctures and keep
bike in good order at S1.00 per month,
SOLDIERS BADLY TREATED
Story of Wrongs from Cuban Campaigns
Repeated from Manila,
Americans Had to Show the Insurgents Cold
Steel More than Once to Bring Them
to Their Bearings.
II. G. Biart tho jowoler lias ro
coived a lotter from O. J. Olson,
who wns iu his omploy until ho
onlisted iu Co. I, North Dakota
Volunteers. Tho lettor is dated
Mnuila, August 17, aud is written
on nu official blank. It contains
mnttor of intorest not hitherto
published, bo much iudeed that it
is doomed worthy of boing printed
almost iu full, horo. Mr. Olson is
a young follow nnd writes woll:
"Tho grand battle of Manila is
over, aud I nm still nlivo and
kicking, nnd feoliug fine. The
pieco of paper was found in ono of
tho mauy Spanish army officers'
quarters, aud I thought I would
lien it for this purposo ns a no
velty. Wo lauded at Cavito on
Friday tho 5th, and wo stayed
there until tho following Tuesday,
when wo were transferred over tho
bay on a sidowheolor.
"Wo hod to walk a big mile .bo
foro wo got to Camp Dewey,
through mud nnklo deep, sand
mud. Evory othor man whb fur
nishod with a Mexican dollar to
buy a bamboo hunk, so that we
did not havo to sleep on the
ground. On theso luniks we
pitched our sholtor tents. Each
man carrios half of a tout.
"All wo had to ent that day war
sowbelly and hard tack aud coffee
for breakfast, no dinnor, and cold
canned horse inent and tacks five
only and water for supper. T'mt
is what you call high liviutr. Tho
wholo regiment is kicking, for wo
aro not nnd havo not been getting
half of the rations wo ought io
"On Friday tho 12th wo were
ordered to tho front and wo nil
felt gay. Wo took two days' ra
tious with us, and 1 had 80
rounds of ammunition. Our com
pany expected to bo put in the
trenches, but wo woro posted on
tho right ilnnk of thorn, nnd we
had tho insurgonts on our right.
We had a march of four miles be
fore wo got there, nnd it happened
that tho sun shone that morning,
aud mud and Band auklo deep, bo
you can judgo thnt wo woro a nice
looking lot when we arrived.
Our qunrters wero in a bamboo
shod whero throo roads met aud
tho one loading toward Manila
was tho ouo wo woro guarding.
Wo had four posts in daytime
with two mon on oaah a corporal
aud Borgoant. At night thero woro
five posts nnd four mon ou ouch
with ono sergeant and two corpo
rals. Tho last ono from camp was
about throo quarters of a mite
away, aud tho night watch stayed
thero all night, from G p. m. until
daybroak. Tho first day I was ou
from -1 a. m. to G p. in., and those
uot on tho outposts woro only ul
lowed to sloop a couple of hours
during tho night, and wo kopt ouo
extru poBt out on tho corner of tin
throo roods who did not havo to be
on for moro than an hour at v.
"From tho farthest out post wo
could boo a fow of tho Spanish
blockhouses about half a mile
away, un Saturday morning ni
about u:10 tho fun began in the
trenches. Tho sound of tho vol
ley firing iudicatcd thatsoraothing
had to go, and it lastod ouo nud a
half hours. For a couplo of hours
wo hoard nothing but an occa
sional shot firod by tho Spa
niards. "At; 9 a. rn. tho bomba'dmont
began with four 8-in. piocos in
ranid succession. Our captain
wub asleep at tho timo aud ho
awoko with a start ana jumpeu
noarlv four foot hiuli. Tho bom-
bardmout was somothing terrific
to lieton to. 1 should judgo thoro
were at least 100 heavy shot fired,
besides tho rapid tire guas of
amallor oalibcr that woro turned
on tho Spanish tronchos and
broastworks. "Wo could plainly
boo tho smoko tho. guns of tho
Utah and Astor batteries mado,
and hoar them barking too.
"I Baw one of tho block-honBes
torn all to pieces by ono of tho
shells, aud several atrilco breast
works of tho onemy, sending tho'
eaud sky high. After tho bom
bardment was ovor wo could again
hoar tho souud of muskotry which
lastod for a fow hours. Aftor tho
Americans got through, then the
insurgents Btnrted aud they kept
it up almost all night.
"Tho Amorienns would not lot
tho insurgents hold tho town hud
thoso that had got in during tho
rush wero chased out at tho p int
of tho bayonot and loaded riflo.
This mado tho natives hostil for
tho Amorienns bad shot sevoral
nntives who hud rushed between
the two lines of tiro during tho
excitomout. Tho uows spread liko
wildfiro among tho natives, aud
thero woro about 500 of thorn
around whoro wo wore, nnd thoy
threatened to nnuihilnt d us. Wo
called iu ouroutpoB's nud sent for
r,oiiiforcements,iind about miduight
thieo companies of the Idaho
Volunteers arrived. Wo woro all
arranged in baltto formation and
you cau hot tho insurgents scat
tered iu a hurry.
"It was a terriblo night. Not
one of us hnd iiuy sleep. It
thundered nnd rallied aud tho
lightning flnshrd. I was ou guard
on ouo of tho roads about 100
yards from camp with another
comrade from to 1 to 2. For all
tho -18 hours we wro thero wo
wero wet to tho skin. You can
bet wo were all glad wueii we got
orders to go to camp We wero ns
hungry as woIvph and nt camp
Dowoy we had a lot of pork nnd
beans awaiting us, and tacks nnd
all the coU'ee wo wantod, for wo
were almost starved to death.
"Wo had aliout two hours' rest
aud thou we wero ordered to
march to Manila, and wo had to
take two days' rations for the roBt
of the battalion. Wo had Co. D
to help us. Three others aud my
self helped to carry a caso of sal
mou 18 tius, GO lb. seven miles,
aud in i ml you I hnd only about
eight hours' sleep altogether. And
wheu w got to our destination
could hardly walk, and all wo got
for supper was a littlo stlmon and
two tacks and a half cup of coffoo.
I slept very Bound, you can bo
"Ouo half of Co. C had a dang
orous position. They wero the
oucs to outer Manila Unit Satur
day nud the iusuigents would not
let them pass, bo tho front rank
was ordorod to kueol, tho ronr
rank standing with loaded guns,
undor orders to tiro to kill at tho
command. This inado the insur
"This is written iu ono of tho
many lino Spanish bouses. Wo
aro guarding ono of tho streets in
Old Manila leading townrd the
contor of town, and wo relinvo "all
insurgouts of their nrras if they
want to outor the city."
Dr. M. Ij. Hergor who has been
on tho Islands for about oight
mouths nud who rocontly filled a
pulpit iu the district of llumbkua,
roturnod to tho Stntes in the
Valencia today. Dr. Bergor ex
pects to make his headquarters in
Wa3hiugton, Q. U.
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