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The Bullethl, the People's Paper, Has Established a Long-Felt Want WANTS.
What Do You Want ?
A dog, a boy;
A cook, a book;
A boat, a goat;
A house, a blouse;
, A job, a fob?
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Vol. V. No. 1032.
HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER J, 1898.
Pit 1015 5 OlJN'T.S.
WAIALUA STILL IN AIR I WEIGHTY PUBLIC MATTERS I OFFICERS QUEER PRANKS
ROSE BERLINER'S LIBEL
THE LAWYERS ARE SLOW
CHAMBERLAIN SPEAKS AGAIN
Second of Series Against Steamship
City of Colombia.
The, Fair Complainant Admits She Gave False
Evidence In Colegrove Libel Rose
Her Own Only Witness.
Tlio second libel against tho
steamship City of Columbia came
on before Judge Porry this morn
ing. It was that of ltoso Berli
iipr, tho leadiug actress in tho
Rosa comedy company, for SoOOO
damagOH for false impriaouinout
on board tho steamship. Davis
for tli plaintiff; Hitch and Cay-
plpss for tho defendant.
Miss Borlinor was tho first wit
ness called. Sho gavo hor homo
as San Finucisco nnd her ago as
fifteou. Tho complainant doscribod
how Captain Milnor took hold of
hor rind "alnok hor very hard"
when ho wiia about to imprison
her in a room whore "there was
no air nor no light." It made tho
Court sinilo when tho mother of
tho witness, beiue called up for n
"mute" for practicing tho captain's
shako on, graaped tlio witness by
the shoulders and shook hor. Mr.
Davi quiekly set the porformora
right, when Hose gave hor mothor
a goutlo shako.
In tho courso of cross examina
tion Misa Berliner admitted that
sho testified falaely, in the trial of
tho Colegrovo libel, whon sho
swore sho was engagod to marry
Cologrove. Sho said that sho
mado this false statement so that
tho fact of Cologrove's kisaiug her
urnnlil n nf HniMii romnrkablo.
Asked about communications
with Colegrovo while sh was un
dor restraint, tho witness said: " I
wroto a noto to him. I sout it by
a goutloman named Mr. Cayploss.
And she Hashed a look at tho as
sociate counsel for tho libeled
Roso was tho only witness for
herself. Mr. DavU declared his
caso closed at 11:5, having occu
pied but an hour and a half.
Captain Miluor was then called
for tho ship.
Tho caso was taken under ad
visement at noon, counsel having
agreed to tako only uvo miuuroa a
sido to argue.
Exceptions to jurisdiction iu 13.
H. Colegrovo and Harvey John
ston vs. S. S. City of Columbia
will bo argued tomorrow morning.
Dnuirhter of (lis Confederacy.
Narragausett Pier, R. I., Sopt.
18. Wise Winuio Davis, daughtor
of Mrs. Jefferson Davis, tlipd at
noon today at tho Rockingham
hotel, to which placo h1i- mine as
a guest in tho early pn t of tho
Pior's social t.ea'-on. Sho had
boen ill for several w oks and a
fortnight ago hor ailment was
diagnosed as malarial gastritis.
Dave Brown, tho man who holds
the record for a milo on tho Paci
fio Coast, left by the Kinau for the
Volcano this morning. Ho ar
rived in tho Australia. It is prob
nblo that ho will bump up against
Bomo of tho local runners when
ho returns to tho city. Mr. Brown
has sistors in this oity.
Police Court Notes-.
In tho Police Court this foro
noon tho followiug cases woro dis
posed of: Omega, assault with a
deadly weapon, two months' im
prisonment at hard labor; M. S.
Froitas, selling liquor without a
liconso, S100 and costs; Sara Moo,
assault and battery on Pahu, one
months' imprisonment at hard
labor; Ah Him, haviug chofa tio
kets in possession, $15 and coats;
Keahi, loaviug hia horeo untied
on tho etroot, So and costs.
Honolulu Messenger Sorvico do
livers meaaages and packages
They Keep the Supreme Court Wait
ing Nearly an Hour.
Another Case from Ruttman Affair-Denial
of Execution-Security for Costs Two
Substitute Justices.-' v
Thoro woro five caaea on the
calondar romaining to bo heard by
tho Supremo Court, but thoro was
nono roady to bo prosouted at tho
oponiug hour, 10 o'clock, thiB
morning. Throe quarters of nu
hour later tho Court assembled,
constituted by Associate Justice
Whiting and Moasrs. Thurston
and Humphreys, barriaters, in
placo of Chief Justico Judd and
Aasociato Justice Frenr. The
caso produced was that of Ninia
and others against E. K. Wilder.
Judge Hitchcock of the Fourth
Circuit has mado nu order that
Henry Smith, as reeoiver and
trustee of tho ostate of Louis
Parvie, decene od testate, mako dis
tribution of S 11.70, lesa costs and
expenses, to threo children of Lui
Judgo Perry has denied a mo
tion for execution on tho judgment
against defendant's property iu
the caao of John F. Hiickfold, ad
ministrator of tho ostato of Catho
rino Roucken, deceased, vb. F.
Luzowick. Croighton for plain
tiff; Robertson for defendant.
Defendant's motion for soenrity
for costs in Nukuikuahine vs. S.
V. Kaloikini, administrator of
ostate of Lilia X. Hnuain, wns
granted by Judgo Perry this
morninc. The boud required is
$75. Johnson for plaintiff; Knno
An appeal has como from Judgo
Hitchcock's decision at Hilo in
tho matter of n child roacuod from
a cesspool, in rotation to which
Goo. H. Ruttman tho father has
nn appeal under submission
against conviction of "attempt to
murder." Whon rescued tho in
fant was taken into the house- of
W. 0. E. Brown, ho and his wife
taking care of it over since. It
waB christened at thoir dosiro by
Rev. Stophon L. Desha aa "Maria
Mr. Browu petitioned to havo
himself appointed as guardian of
tho child. Otto Roan, undo of
the waif, filed a cross petition that
he should bo tho guardian. Tho
Court after hearing ovidonco
granted tho petition of Mr. Brown,
and Mr. Robo appealed to the
Tho-gasolono schooner Malolo
arrived in port on Sunday after
having beon away iu tho direction
of Molokai and Lauui about a
weok. While thero Captain Sass
staked out Palau buy for tho Gov
ernment and incidentally for the
owners, of tho Malolo. This bay
will bo used as a sort of head
quarters for the Malolo.
In tho mattor sounding, doptbs
from 2 to 25 fathoms woro noted.
Tho Malolo will start out for busi
ness in about a weok.
TO LET Space In the WANTS column of the Uul
1 Ictln; ij cents a line first Insertion, ro cents a
line second, 3a cents a week, 50 cents a month.
Royal make the loud pure,
wholesome and dellclaaa.
ROYAL BAktM POWDCR CO.. fcrw VORK.
Given Big Reception by People at
Britain's Colonial Secretary Speaks is No Un
certain Words British and Amer
ican Flags Entwined.
Danvors (Mass.), Sept. 22. Tho
Danvors Historical Society gave
an informal recoptiou to tho Hon.
and Mrs. Joseph Ohamborlain and
othor guests iu its rooms today.
Tho English and American llrtgs
wore intertwined ovor a picture of
tbo Battlo of Lexington. Iu re
plying to Dr. Putuam's wolcomo,
Mr. Chamberlain said in part:
"I deairo to seo a fedoration of
tho Anglo-Saxon raco. It is
coming nearor and noarer. We
aro bound by common tios, but wo
aro continuously misunderstand
ing oich other. Tho press, states
men and others havo I will not
say maliciously, but by porsistont
misunderstanding kopt ua apart.
Recent ovonta havo changod all
that and wo aro feeling botlor
than ever towards each other.
llllt to Follmv liny.
"Washington, Sopt. 18. It
said tonight that tho President
will appoint Congressman Robort
I. Uitt of Illinois to bo Ambassa
dor to Great Britain to succeed
Colonel John Hay.
Hitt has both wealth and expor-
iouce to fit him for tho position.
Ho sorved as tho first Secretary of
Legation at Paris, and at ouo timo
was Assistant Secretary of State,
also tho leader of tho Ropublicau
sido iu Congress iu diplomatic
affairs, and is Chairman of the
Foroigu Aifairs Committeo in tho
Houso of RoproBontativos.
nir.o's co.iimi:uci: cii.miii:ii.
Committee Appointed to Go Alieuil unri
Tho Board of Directors of tho
Hilo Chamber of Cornmerco mot
last Thursday uvoniug for thopur
poso of considering tho appoint
in out of various committeos nud
mapping out immodiato work for
the organization. Tho uumbor of
standing committoos is loft ontiroly
with tho directors. The following
woro provided for at tho meotiug:
Internal Improvoments, Roads
and Bridges ED Baldwin,
Chairman; R T Forrest, L A An
drows, E E Richards, E W Bar
nard. Harbor and Transportation 0
A Galbraith, Chairman; L Turner,
It T Guard, Dr V Rico, J W Ma
son. Finaneo "V A Hardy, Chair
man; N OWillfong, Honry Jonos,
it Li Aue-rbnoti, U X Uraut.
Agru-'ilturo nnd Labor "W W
Goodale, Chairman; C 0 Kenne
dy, Georgo Ross, F 0 Lo Blond, F
Manufactures R Rycroft.Chair
man; G K Wilder, E N Holmes, F
L Wiutor, R A Lymau, Jr.
Printing and Literaturo J
Stacker, Chairman; W U Smith,
F Souza, H L Shaw, W McCua
land. Logislativo E G Hitchcock,
Chairman; W Vtuiuntin, C A Gal
braith, It ltycroft, G K Wilder.
Education ltov J A Cruzan,
Chairman; J Gibbs, F S Lyman,
R B Williams, M D, and W S
Tho appointmout of H. 0. Aus
tin as Auditor General for tho
Govornmont caused a vacancy iu
tho board which will bo filled at
tho tneetiug on Monday ovouing.
The various committees aro
already at work on tho various
subjoctB and it is expectod some
interesting reports and rocomraon
datious will be mado at tho meot
iug. Hawaii Herld.
Tho Regular monthly mooting
of tho Board of Agriculture- will
bo hold Friday at tho usuil hour.
Dr. 0. A. Peterson is ill.
No Word Received from Colonel Soper
and His Million.
The Labor Question Invoked In Haze of Specu
lationContradictory Opinions White
Thero lias beon no cotnmunica
tiou whatever from Colonol J. H.
Soper by last mnil, either to nny
of his family, his business house
or tho now Waialua plantation
promotors. He ia understood to
havo curried nway ono million
dollars iu shares of the plantation,
with powor to dispose of tho stock
in tho States. So far as known,
ho would havo boon in Chicago
whon tho Australia sailed from
Thoro is thus far no organiza
tion of tho enlarged Wnialua
plantation corporation. All ar
rangements thus far mado in tho
interest of its proapoctivo affairs
aro temporary. As ouo of tho
loadiuu promoters said this morn
ing, "It ia not yet actually decidod
to uo a go "
It ia learned on good authority
that nothing has been docidod at
rocout couforoucos of tho Trustee
of tho Hawaiian Planters' Associ
ation regarding dofinito plans for
a future labor supply. A trial
party of Italian laborers is oxpect
ed before very long. Evidonco of
actual ob3orvers of this national
ity in tho Louisiana fields aro ex-
asperatiUKly contradictory. Tho
samo is to bo said of Corcaus, who
uava boon Butnrested as n possible
Biipply. Groat iutorcst naturally
attaches to tho oxporimouts about
boing mado for having Amorican
farmors cultivato caue on tho
share system at Ewa, and inde
pendent laud ownors firowiuc
cane for a corporato mill at Na-
Kmiitn ifc I.oulia for Sale.
Tho eohoonor Emma & Louisa,
tho littlo vessel that has mado
throo trips to this port from San
DiOo. is for sale. IT. G. Wilsnii
agout for tho ownora who have
their rosidonco in Riversido, Gal.,
has two propoaitiona now on hand.
uno ot tnoae will vory probably
bo acconted in tho courso of n. fmv
lho Emma & Louisa has uot
proven a paying investmont aB a
vesaol botwoou San Diogo and
Honolulu so that tho ownors aro
now willing to soli hor.
An lMIO-root Wlmrf.
W. H. Crogor who has just re
turned from Molokai, tolls of tho
work ho had ohargo of at Kauna
kakai as follows:
"I was in chargo of tho work on
tho 1800 foot wharf at Kauuaka.
kai, tho longest freight wharf on
tho Islands. It is built out ovor
lho bothorsomo mud flats and is
vory substantial. A track for cars
has already beou placed on the
.11 r. nuil .11 r. Hlce.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rico of
Kauai will loavoforSau Francisco
this afternoou on account of the
serious illness of Mra. Rico,
mothor of W. II. Rico. They
will bring hor back to Honolulu
if Hitch a thing is possible.
Bailey's Hoiluln Cyclen.
231 King Street.
Has been appotnteJ agent In the Hawaiian IslanJs
for the famuu
lllcvcle's well known for their ability to sUnJ turJ
They are LOW In price but HIGH In quality They
have MORGAN & WHIGHTS nOUIlLC TUIIE
TIKLS, flush joints, Fauber hancers, I), lllock chain
anJ every moJern Improvement. Unamel anj finish
ei)ual to any. Fully t;uaranteej as to material ana
workmanship In every way iual to high prlcei ma
chines for harJ work ani wetr Price spot cash $40.00
-alles ani gentlemen's In stock.
Contracts taken to repair all punctures anJ keep
bike In gooJ orJer at $1.00 per menth.
Form of Call for Applications for
Bonds Is Approved.
Commander Tanner Reveals His Business and
the Minister of the Interior Awatts a Let
ter from Uln on Honolulu Navy Yard.
At a meeting of tho Executivo
Council today, Minister Damon
submitted a form of advertise
ment for tho ofTor of the now
bond issuo to tho public. It was
Ministor King iB awaiting a let
tor from Commaudor Tauuor, U
S. N., dofiuitoly stating what tho
United Stato8 Government wants of
Honolulu harbor for tho purposes
of a regular naval coaliug station
and dockyard. Iu preliminary con
sulfations with tho Minister of tho
Interior, Commnndor Tauuor has
revcalod a sclcctiou of that part of
the harbor froutago extending
from tho Marino Railway to the
Pacific Mail wharf. This includes
land mado or partly mado of har
bor dredgings, through which a
now streot is projected parallol to
tho froutagc, tho King's boathouse
and tho two deep wator elips in
course of being oxcavated.
It is iutonded iu fact to mako a
proper navy yard of tho section,
so that a battleship may lio at the
wharf for coaling or nuy other
needed purpose. Excepting in
established navy yards, it is well
known that a naval ship is not al
lowed to como to a h hurt.
Minister King said, iu answer
to a question, that ho supposed
merchant vessels could uso tho
navy yard docks when necessary
and naval requirements did not
Ileturna to Art of eiire.
Captain O.AV. Zioglor of Co. F,
N. IG. II., has taken up his old
civil occupation siuco his com
mand has boon ohangod from
regular to volunteer footing. Ho
has chargo of tho trimming do
partmont of tho Hawaiian Car
riago Manufacturing Co. Previous
to Ins nearly uvo yoars ot paid
military sorvico, Captain Zieglor
had worked at this trado in Hono
lulu olovon yoars.
New Police Order.
Marshal Brown has posted tho
following ordor at tho police sta
All oflicors aro horoby notified
that thoy will not bo allowed to
order thoir salary warrants mado
payablo to any ono butthomselves.
Warrants must bo issued iu tho
namo of tho officer ontitled to tho
compon8atiou, and ho alono will
recoivo aud receipt for tho same
at tho ond of tho month.
Any ofiicor violating this rule
will bo disraiaaod from tho force.
.Ine I'ulrlieii the Hpeeiller.
Rendville, Mbsb., Sept. 22. Joo
Patchen and John It. Gontry had
a match raco nt tlio Readvillo
track today, and tho formor horse
won in two straight heats. A stiff
wind blow clown tho stretch and
hold tho horses back, so that the
timo was slow, tho first heat being
iu 2:05! and tho second in 2:01:
Business was vory livoly in
Oahu Assessable this morning.
1' tvo sales woro matio 01 uo snares
at $135. Tho salo of 50 shares of
tho samo stock waB reported from
tho street at tho samo price. Aftor
tlio sales a bid of S131 was rofuBed
Ewa is at 237 J. Kipahulu S115.
Onluila S99. For Hawaiian Electric
S205 was asked.
Tho U. S. T. S. Ponusylvania,
Doxrud commander, arrived in
port yoetorday uftornoon, 21 days
and 20 hours from Manila. Sho
stopped at Guam and iB 10 days
from that port. Tho Pennsylva
nia has aboard somo dozou in
valided soldiers and sailors nud
Dr. Smith, a naval ofiicor well
Lieutenants Wheelock and Herrlam De-
clare Martial Law.
There Were Some Who Would Not Scare
Soldiers Bound to Obey A Differ
ence In the Morning.
Thoro was fun on tho corner ot
Hotel aud Fort streets nt about 11
o'clock last night, aud today thoro
is a different feeling in tho hearts
of First Lieut. Whoolock of tho
New York Regiment and Soo u d
Lioutenant Merriam, U. S. A., sou
of Gouoral Merriam.
Whoolock was Provost Marshal
in chargo of tho patrol of eighteen
inon. Ho was also Acting
It was about tho timo mentioned
when tlio two officers camo out of
an up towu ealouu in n state of
hilarity. They mounted their
horses, collected tho members of
tho patrol and thou declaring mar
tial law, proceeded to clear tho
streots. Wheolock got into au
altercation with somo enilors nud
received a blow in tho back of
tlio neck that sent him sprnwliug.
Thou ho chased tho party of
sailors but did not catch thorn.
Finding Cnptain Grogory of tho
Inter-Julnnd Company on tho
whtrf, he rushed up to him and
knocking him over, drow his re
volver. Captain Gregory told
Wheolock ho was a disgtaco
to tho uniform he woro
but did not nttompt to ro
taliato bpcauao tho man had his
At the Oceanic wharf tho lieu
tenant ran up against Inspector
Short nud again drew his gun.
Short has seen sorviee in wild
countries nnd, drawing his rovol
vor, told tho officer to mako a
sudden doparture, which ho did.
Tho native policemen did not
iuterfcro became they had beou
told not to arrest nuy soldiors.
Tho men under Wheolock wero
forced to obey tho ridiculous or
Captain Parker whs notified
whon it wns too lato aud arrived
on tho spot after Captain Saxton,
adjutant goneral, got thero. It
was not long before Cuptiiu Sax
ton had tho two lieutonauts on
their way homo.
Today tho clemout of fun has
boen very much decreased. Lieut.
Wheolock has beon roliovcd as
Provost Marshal and Acting Ord
unueo ofiicor of the District of Ha
waii aud First Limit. A. AV. Ma
ther of tho Now York Volunteers
has beon given the placo. Whoolock
has beou ordered to report to his
commanding olltcor for duty.
Gouoral King has boen busily
ongngod all day aud could uot bo
aoeii. Ho ia very angry nt what
has happened nnd a fow days may
see a court martial. Neithor man
is yet under arrest.
l'ulntlnj- the FUlimnrUel.
Tho under part of tbo roof and
tho pillars of tho fishmarket aro
now boing painted a dull rod
color. When this finished, a coat
of green will bo applied. This is
to proveut tho rust that was begin
ning to form.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Or ape Cream of Tartar Powder.
i.0 YEAPS T'"1 STANDARD'
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