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Vol. y. No. 1012.
HONOLULU, II. I., SAT UK DAY, OOTOISEll 15, 1898.
Pjuok 5 Ousts.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
In Memory of the Late Judges Rosa
Passed at Circuit Court on Hawaii -Tributes
from Bar and Bencli JuJge Stanley
Announces Change ot Commission.
North KobnlB, Oct. 13, 1893.
Judge Stanley arrived nt Mnhu
koim by tho stcmuor Alouno Lin.
yesterday morning. After the
opoujng dt tho Court yesterday
morning, Judge Stanley" an
nounced thnt ho 1ml resigued hia
position H9 Judgo of tho Firnt
Circuit Court aud thnt he hnil
been appointed by the President
na Judgo oHhe 3rd and 4tb Judi
cial Circuita. Ho prenented hie
commidBiou and it wna read in
Tho following i a synopsis of
tho proceedings held iu the 3rd
Circuit Court in re Ilesnlution
rolativo to the dentb of late Hon.
Antono lloea aud llou. E. G.
TUIIITKH TO Tlin MEMOKIES 01' THE
LATE HON". ANTONE 1108,1 AND
HON. E. II. HITCHCOCK.
On Thursday tbo 13th day of
October, 1898, shortly after tbo
Court was oponed by the Deputy
Slnriff, 0. H. Pulaa, Judgo Stnn
ley presiding, tho resolutions
which aro reproduced below rein
tivo to tho deaths of tho lato Hon.
Antono Rosa and Hoo. 12. G.
Hitchcock were presented.
Thoso present wore: E. P.
Dole, Deputy Attornoy General;
H. L. Holstoin, Obas. Croighton,
A. N. Kopoikai, Geo. D. Gear,
Harry P. Webor, Carl S. Smith,
P. McMabon, stenographer; Dis
trict Magistral Atkins, Deputy
Sheriff Paakiki, and J. A. Thomp
son, Deputy Olork Judiciary De
partment, officiating as CI ric of
tho Third Circuit iu place .t Dun.
Porter. Besides tbo above named
gentlomou tho court room was
.tilled with persona, mostly Ha
woiians, nssomblcd to n'.tond to
business before tbo Court.
Mr. H. L. Holstoin roeo and
read tho following resolutions:
"Whereas, it has pleased Al
mighty God to remove from our
midst Autouo lloso, n member of
tho Hawaiian Bar and ouo who
held tho position of Circuit Judge
of tho Third Circuit;
"llesolvod, That wo tho mem
bers of tho said Bar hereby ex
press our appreciation of tbo fact
that, iu his passing away, u grout
loss has bofallen us, a loss of
tried and trusted official as well n -brilliant
and valuable memborrf
"lto3olved, That wo h-'ieby r-x-pross
to tho family of the decease ,
our siucoro sympathy with tli--n
in their boreavomeut, and f'i Iter
"ltesolved, That tho Cquii be
requested to spread these resolu
tions upon its records.
"October Torm at Kolmla, 1898."
"H. L. Holbtuin,
"A. N. Kepoiku,
"E. P. Dole,
"Haiuiy P. Weiieu,
"Caul S. Smith."
Mr. HolBtoin continued and
epoko feelingly in memory of tho
deceased in Hawaiian, as did also
other members of tho Bar, viz.:
Chas. Croighton, A. N. Kepoikai,
E. P. Dole and Hon. Judpo Stan
ley. Tho Judgo aftor his remarks
gave directions to the Clork to
mako tho requisite entries of tho
proceedings in tho rocord of tbo
Court and to furnish a certified
copy of the resolutions to tho
family of tbo deceased.
After Jndgo Stanley had finish
ed his tribute to tho memory of
the lato Judgo Rosa aud hod or
dorod the resolutions sproad upon
tho records of tho Court, Mr. Chas.
Croighton then presentod and
read to tho Court tho resolutions
r produced bolow, aftor which h"
moved that tho sumo be spread
upon the rocords of tho Court and
a copy thereof bo forwarded to the
family of deceased:
"Whoreas, It has pleased God
to tako from us tbo Honorable
Edward Griffin Hitchcock, Circuit
Judgo of tho Third and Fourth
Circuits, bo it
"Resolvod, That the members
of this Bar, iu oppressing our
bimibo of the loss which tho Court
aud community have suffered by
tho death of Judgo Hitchcock, do
hereby record our appreciation of
the sterling intogrity, marked
ability and untiring industry
which distinguished liiin iu the
performance of his dutios;
"Resolvod, That iu tbo death of
Judgo Hitchcock tho nation hatt
lout a good citizen aud upright
" Resolved, That wo tender to
tbo widow aud family of tho (lo
calised our sincere sympathy with
tbom iu tboir nlllietiou.
" llesolvod, That thoso resolu
tionfl be ontered upon tho records
of this Court.
" October term, 1898."
Sigtied by tbo samo mombore
of tbo Bar as tho Kosa resolu
tions. Chas. Creightou contiuuod and
made somo eulogistic remarks re
garding tho honored dead, follow
ed in tho same strain by E.P.Dole,
A. N. Kopoikai, Carl S. Smith, H.
L. Liucoln and Hon. Judgo Stan
ley. Tho Court ordered tho resolu
turns to bo ontered upon tbo ro
cords and a certified copy of the
resolutions furnished to tho fami
ly of tho deceased. After the
above proceedings tho Court went
on with its regulnr business.
JAMEH A. TlIOMl'riOK.
m 9 m
There was nothing doiug on
'clmngo this morning. Tho sale
of 15 share Hawaiian Agricultural
at $390 was reported. Oahu As
sessable was bid nt 8M2 and
pnid up 8157$. A bid of $90 for
Ookala was rofused $100 bciug
tho ask. For Wilder S. S. Co.
$105 was bid. Pioneer Mill was
offored at SJ75.
Kilioct (Jo oil IlvporU.
News as to tbo formation of
brandies of tho Hawaiian Nation
al Leaguo is expected on tho isl
and steamer arriving touight and
tomorrow. Good reports aro expec
ted aslotters from a largo number
of Hawaiians on tho otbor islands,
signifying tlioir wish to become
mombors of tho organization, have
boon received. '
Sailor Duel-lull Tttlce.
The captain of tho John A.
Briggs is a very angry man. A
couplo of dayB ago, Harry Evans
rt turned to the ship, a desortor
whom ho found in Waialno. Tbo
captain paid all thooxponscs which
amounted to 825. Yesterday, tbo
man desorted ngain. Now tho
captain is sorry ho did not loavo
tho sailor in tho police sUtiou.
To Hint Inlnnil.
A number of young follows aro
oxpoctiug to leavo on tho Iwa for
bird island thisnftoruoon. They
will spend today and a part of
Sunday fishing, roturuing to port
on tho evening of the latter day.
Royal makes tho toad pure,
wholesome and delicious.
WY1 BAMNOPO0H CONrVOM.
COMICAL GENIUS THIS ONE
Letter from Cavite of an Artillerist Who
Made Friends Here.
He Compounds Fancy Bills of Fare and In
dulges In Flights of Very Manly
Oac.ir-V. Thompson, saddlor,
Ljgbt Battory G, Gth U. S. Artil
ery,Post San Filipo,Cavite, Philip
pine Islands, writoa to a lndy who
was kind to him and his
chums iu Honolulu a letter
quite out of tho ordina
ry run of soldiers' letters tbnt
have boon appearing in the local
press. With tbo humor of a Mark
Twain tho writor corabinos tho
philosophy of a Socrates. His pre
sent copyist knows a lot of poople
who enjoyed entertaining Thomp
son and his intimate comrades in
Honolulu. The following is Dart
"of his letter:
"Upon tho 4th of August, 11:55
a. m , wo loft tho good place callod
Houolulu. Not hiug occurred up
on tbo trip excopt tho same old
story, getting hungry iind no place
to sleep. On Sunday, August 21,
wo entered Manila bay, where
ships of all nations were anchored.
But tho greatest sight was tho
Spanish fleet, nothing but mastb
aud smokestacks being visible
"Upon the22ud we wont ashoro
in Cavite, using an old Spanish
fort as quarters. Two hundrod
Spanish prisoners were there.
Native prisoners wore thoro. Mos
nuitoes woro thoro. nlno nnln. OF
all places thot I over have stayod
in, that was tho worst. The old
prison in Havana, Cuba, was bet
ter. Anvthinir thnt. vnn Inv ilmvn
is immediately covorod with little
ruiiippino ants. And will tuoy
bite y At uicht oh mv !
"Wo have lots to eat hero sal
mon, tomatoes, canned corned
boof, ou6o and a while beans. But
still I nra happy in a way, for 1
am neithor sick nor dvino hko
manv are norhans mv timo will
come, but as yot I aint (load. I
am not in tbo doloful dumna.
upither black nor blue.
"Our bill of faro yesterday was:
Dinner Soldiers. Sunnor l)i.
to; also tin cook has somothiiie
r i mi r via... r
tried, wo uod Mttlo pieces of
horse moat, that tried to Bwim
across tho slonov eoun in our
little tin pans. Wo have bad
tacks, and coffooso weak thnt thuv
all got drowned.
"Wo had for snnnnr Rnnlomtiur
8 old peas in which tho bugs lost
uieir lives lone uotoro tuev bad
timo to osciino from tho Imilur.
And stalo hrond nut nn in mnntl
slices of cholera morbus, otc.
"Tho Officori' bill nf farn Rim.
diy, Soptemb !: Soups ris-
tlM'lin. Ilimixtni. n nnrl nmVlnlaa
sooco of Bourjuico. Fish dogfish,
eaiusu auu suoKors. Uoiled oan-
vasbuck, whaloback fhuco; cais
sons. Iimbora aud cannon nnniw'
knapsacks, cauteon and met
Plato sauce. Extras stowed ii-ii.lna.
snowballH and skates. U jhhi
Frankforte, eoldiors, sailurs ami
sneus; opain-bpaniard8, blHiikctf
and cross cuob. Vofnthl,M-
Dowey berries, washed ihiidli. us.
pickled talk and annexation Do -sort
Dowey pudding, Mnuik
flavoring; oigaretto pudding, lice
paper flnvorB; Battory G's light
artillery whatsis it sauce; hard
taoke, soft tacks, rusty tacks and
"Milk is twenty conts a bottle.
Tin canH and buckets aro not
made. Ono most tako tho bottlo.
Eggs ore fifty cents per dozen
-Bbolls, Bga and all thrown
in. Potat()0S. swent nr Hnnr fivtt
conts apiece. And tho wuter hore,
Of courso it is not lavondor water
or carbonated juico. It will, if
giyon a half n chance, roraovo dirt,
thirst and many other moral obli
quities. I know it because thoso
who have tried it told mo so. But
tho ono great troublo with tho
wator hero in i'Ih lifo 11i-;,,tr vnr
much and it wilj walk off with you,
it is so full of lifo and smell. The
smells are full o malaria, aud the
malaria full of microbes and other
pestiferous animals. Evury morn
ing tho microbos como nround
seekiug whom they mny devour,
feomotiuios tryiug to work me for
life insurance, and then ngain to
soil mo nu encyclopedia to study
them and a microscopo to see
" Also every now aud thou an
other microbe with a patout wash
ing machine omes around and
ties to innoculato me; but ho can't
work rao, for I have n washing
mncbino right called tho 'Seek Me
No Fnrthor.' Of courso it is hot
hero, so hot that all soft thing.
molt. Thus so, you suroly know,
how my poor head is affected.
" I am g ad, very glad, I enlist
ed, for this soldioriug uudor diffi
culties and discouragements is just
what I like. It briugs out tho tiue
steel that one posHesso1?. Tuo
greator tho difficulty tho more
glory in Burmounting it. Nothing
is renlly troublesome or hnrd thot
wo do willingly. Hardships are
tho only tosts of manhood aud
self-rt'hauco, and ho who atrivos to
posB around in tho vain hopo of
accomplishing tho ends of life
without experiencing the jostle
aud clash of strife will do much
at onco by breathing out his lifo
iu idle wichs, and fiuully regrot
Id's useless intention aud barren
zeal aud sink down to sin, vico and
Mr. Thompson continues his
homily ntaomo length, ending with
a reforonco to a comrade who had
becomo discouraged aud was "aim
pty going." Then ho resumes his
satirical vein, thus:
" I want to tell you about tho
omnibuHoa, backs, buggies, street
cara aud horses. Oh, they take tho
prize aud everything elso besides.
Tho hacks are a thing by thorn
solves, ns well as tho loan, little
ponies that pull tbom. Tho streot
cars aro moro striking in nppear
auco than strikingly handsome. It
takes ono man to drivo and ouo
mau to work tho whip, and if tho
wind UIowb very bard busiuoss ib
Mr. Thompson concludes with
pergonal information, showing that
ho is assisting tbo quartermaster,
and having a deal of tbo purohas
ing to do is in a position to go
anywnoro in and about Manila.
Tin' IllnifhHiittoii Hoy.
Following is nu additional re
port on the trip of tho Bingham-
ton boys around tbo island, taking
in from October G to 9:
Thursdoy, Oct. G. Loft Kono
oho at 9 a. m. and marched to Ka
aawa, a distnuco of elovon miles.
Tho day was mado, misorablo bv
tho fact that the mulos had to be
literally drawn through tbo wator.
I rulay, (Jet. 7. Irnft Kaaawa at
8:30 a. m. and mnrchod to Puna-
luu, whero n halt was mado for
luncheon. Then tho boys trudged
ou to Dr. Carter's placo nt Hauula
whero tlioy remained for two days
The troatmont recoivod nt tho
hands of Dr. aud Mrs. Cartor was
vory much npprcciatod by tho
If you wont n nico Rubber tiro
hack vith a careful driver ring up
Club Sablo Hack Stand Tol. 319,
mil wo gunranteo you will be
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
iti:ms ok intkhkst to ihoyclk
Rubber Is ery scarce ani steaJlly aJvanclnir In
price. Illcyclf s lire and tubes, alwt Carriage tires
are likelv to aJvarrve In juice, so cent a I'Altt ad
vance already on some tires. NO ADVANCL
The )o Inch u heel will not take the place ot the jS
asaJverllveJ by some manufacturer In g, canvass
or various ma kits nas resuiuj in an esuioaiej ot
from tn io per cent. "The Ccle Ate savs It Is
a passing faJ. like the )o Inch front ulieel of a few
ears a no, and the ery low head o( this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reliability wyicn gains and Keeps me popular favor
Illcvctes will be JocorateJ. and appearance In oo
studed even by those makers, who have held baik
from using transfers striping, etc , the demand Is
for decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
RA11XYS HONOLULU CYCLERY. ai King
street has gooJ sreond hand wheels at Sis, with new
tire Sao to $15. NLW Bicycles $jo 'ot model The
Reliable Stormer Wheels 8 modl at $40 guaranteed
1 sear, naru w tires.
Repairs of all kinds.
$1 per month keeps your (like cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
THE BOND ABOUT $20,000
Security Must Equal Claims for Re
leasing Libelled Steamer.
Supreme Court Opinions on S. S. City of Colum
bia and Another Case Judge Perry De
cides Against Kahulul Railroad.
Thfl Supremo Court by Justic
Whiting, sitting with, Chief Jus-
tico Judd and substitute Justice
Neumann, has rendered a unani
mous opinion ou tho appeals from
Judgo Porry's decrees iu tho libols
ogainst tho steamer City of Co
lumbia. It declares that tho libel-
lauts aro entitled to a stipulation
for vnluo which will bo n aubati
tuto for tho vosxol, tho amount to
bo not less tluin tbo n mount of the
claim or claims for which ebo is
libelled, provided tho vessel bo
libolled so much. Tho appeal
busponds tbo decrco and tho ves
sol remains in tho custody of the
Circuit Court until tho tormina
Hon of tho litigation, but tho Cir
cuit Judgo in admiralty still
retains jurisdiction to ordoi
an nppraisol of tbo vessol if
necossary, and to allow aecunty U
be substituted for tho vessol, 113 by
a bond or a stipulation for value
with propor suroties. An order
will issue to tho Circuit Court oo
cordingly: It is mentionod that
counsel for lloso Berliner had
stated iu opon court that ho would
accept a bond of boUU, which for
tbo purposes of her libel may bo
takon ad tho valuation of tho ves
Kinuoy it Ballou for libcllant
ltussoll Cologrove; Geo. A, Davis
for libollant lloae Berliner; F. M.
Hatch and Mr. Caypless for tho
vossol and mnstor.
According to this dooision,
counting tho continued libol of
Hnrvoy Johnston, tho amount of
tho bond to bo prescribed counoi
bo lees than $19,500, with estimat
ed costs probably added.
Judgo Porry has decided in
favor of tho Hawaiian Comraor
cinl & Sugar Company, in itt
ojectment suit ogainst tho Knhu-
lui Bailroad Company. Tho
Judgo knows of no Biilliciont roa
son why tho law of estoppel should
be modified in any degreo in favor
ot railway companies. 11 o limit
that tho plea of estoppel has not
boon established by the dofendont,
on whom was tho burden of proof.
Hartwoll for plaintiff; Kinuoy &
Ballou for defondant.
Mary M. Seabury's final nc
couut, ns eiecutris of tho will of
Joaoph Seabury, ahowa roceipta ol
S595, out of which $218.20 bos
boon oxpondod, leaving a balance
The polico aro on tho track of
tho man who eutorod the Moncnr
rat promiaes. Thia information
comes as tho Bulletin goes to
lie wont to Hammer a on Hotel
atreet yoatorday morning and ask-
od for tho samo mau as ho did at
Mr. Hammorinformod tbo polico
who found tho description tho
somo as that given by Mrs. Mou
Tbo man will bo in the polico
station betoro tomorrow.
Tho follow ia n atronger who ar
rived ou tho lust Australia.
Well borora ortho Gear, Lans
ing & Co. property at Tolograpl
Hill ronort a first nlnss flow ol
wator struck today. This assures
iho successful solution of tho
wator problem in that section of
Onttlu NUuvlitxrrd i:ih Day.
It might bo iutereating to tho
iinnnlo of Honolulu to know thnt
tbo city requires that tho lives of
bptweon 30 and 10 cattlo bo sacri
ficed ooch day to supply the tablea
of the various housoboUU.
MAUN A L0 BEATS KINAU
Three Steamers Bring the News from
Both Captains Had Orders Not to Race Slow
Time Hade-Inter Island Boats Time
Slow -Other Facts.
Tho stoamer Mnuua Loa beat
tho Kinnu to Lahnina by fourtoeti
mintit',8. This is tho news
brought by tho Lehua, Kauai nnd
Iwa this morning. All three of
tbo" eto'imers had communica
tion with Luhaina.
.loo Puni, one of the charterers
of tbo Iwn, and a putsenger ou
her during the round trip, speaks
as follows: "Wo woro at Kauua-
kuk'ti when tho Muuna Loa and
Kinau went by on tbo way to Lo-
haiun. Both boats wore unini' nt
a rapid rnte, tbo Muuna Loa lead
ing tho Kinau about n mile aud n
"The Kinau did not stop nt Ka
unnkakai but followed right on,
leaving her KnunakHkni pnsson
gora and mail in Lahaiua to bo
Bent ncross later."
Captain Bruhu of tho Knuai
tolls tbo same story aud adda
that tho Manna Loa wna sis hours
and twonty-fivo minutca getting
io jjiinaiua. calculating Ironi
the timo sho It ft tho wharf hero
who must, according to that fetuto-
meiit, liavo arrived in Lahaiua at
5:10 p. in
C. L. Wight of tho Wilder S. S.
Co. siiya he received word' thnt tbo
Maunu Loa had boatou the Kinau
to Lahaino. The fnet that tho
Kinau did not a'op at Kouunkii
kai did not higuify anything.
Very often tho Kuiau, iu cas the
had steerage pabsongois for Ko
unnkakai, look thorn to Lahnina
for tho Lehua to take ocros, this
bein done as nu accommodation
to tho cabin pahsengors witdiing to
get to Lahaiua ui soon us possi
ble. Mr. WigLt furtner staled that
tho Kinnu bad positive or'dera not
to raco Captain Campbell of the
luter-Island Company, says tho
samo thing iu icgard to the Mu
Indeed, this seems to bo proven
by the fact that tho timo mado to
Lahaino, six hours aud twenty
five minutes, wna below the aver
age of ordinary trips.
Thoro is, however, no doubt
that tho Mnuua Loa got in at La
hnina first and that sho nleo mado
Mnolaea before tbo Kinau.
Pinal nows ns to whether or no
tho Mnuua Loa and Kinau woro
roilly in a race will arriio hero
touight on tho former Btenmer.
The concensus of opiuion along
tho wator front is that tho chp
toius got up their sporting blcod
outsido and let out their steamers
contrary to orders.
Art Latent, KiUttrti.tmiit.iit,
Those who have in ebnrgo tho
matter of tickets for tho dramotio
ontortainmout by tbo Kilohatm
Art Leaguo on tho night o' tho
22d iuht., wish to state that tickets
for tbo members have boon mail
ed today. For others, it might be
stated that the box plan opens at
tho Horgatrom Musio Co. at 9 a. m.
on Tuesdny noxt,
Highest Honors World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS V "T. STANDARD,
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