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Vol. V. No. 1018.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, OOTOUEll 17, 1898.
FOR HONOLULU THE GLORY
THE GRAND MILITARY BALL
OLAA PLANTERS ARE ACTIVE
STEMER HAZ AMAIN PORT
VERY OLD CASE IN COURT
Ascribed to the "Rose of Hilo" by
Players and Singers.
Tendered By N. G. H. Olllcers to Array
Interesting Reports Offered the Coffco
New Inter-Island Boat Makes a Good
Swarm of Lawyers "frying to Locato
a Stage of Procednre.
Towa Team Defeated to Tnne ot
and Navy Officers.
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Ask the Newsboys :'-'sH
Which'Paper - ;1H
They Sell the Vost of. fjl
They will tell ou :'B
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Pmoi: 5 Ojjni'8. "m
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Overwhelming Demand In Kansas for "My Ho
"nolulu Lidy" Hnslc Welcome Song
Entitled, "Our Honolulu Queen."
Topoka papers have columns
devoted to Miss Anna ltonn, the
carnival oneen. The word ore
quoted with tlip profound rever
once usually accorded to genuine
royalty, as: "When tho subject of
the bicycle races was first men
tioned to tho qui ou hIio said:
" 'T shnll bo very much pleased
to attend thorn. I have heard ho
much of bicycle racing in tho
United Slotos that I shall feci my
splf honored at being permittod to
attend a raco meeting nndor elec
tric light.' "
Anothor article says, "The mu
sic dealoro of Topeka.aro frantic."
What else it says will make tho
very papaia gloves of Hilo shod
their fruit aud foliage with rnge.
The orchestral strings aro tuned
to die praise of ''My Honolulu
Queen" -for the fair daughter of
llilo, us tho following bhow-t:
"The meloly 'My Honolulu
Lady' is about to spring into enor
mous popularity in Topoka and
there aro no copies of tho song to
bo had nearor than Chicago.
Wires liavo been kept hot tele
graphing for all tho availablo
copies. It is probable that 3000
copies of the song could bo soldiu
Topoka if they can be got hero
by Wednesday The cause of all
tho demand for 'My Honolulu
Lady' is that the bauds and or
chestras in California have mndo
it tho welcomiug picco Tor Miss
Anna Rose -whenever sho npppnrs.
At tho Jockey club rac-s in Sacra
mento yesterday when Miss Hose's
enrringo entered tho quarter
stretch, tho baud struck up 'My
Honolulu Lady' niuid I 1m choers
of tho people in the grand stand.
Wheu Miss Rose entered tho box
reserved fur her aud her party at
tho theater last sveuing tho or
chestra eenod the music it was
playing aud snln'od her with the
strnius of ' My Honolulu Lsdy.' "
Not only with instrumental
score titles, is the queen accredit
ed to Honolulu, but tho lyric
bards have to follow puit. A. A.
Rowley composed a song, nud W.
F. Roche arranged music for it, to
bo sung by the Modoc club Ht the
reception of the "Roso of Hilo,"
as tho queen is incidentally called
by one paper while introducing
the song, which is entitled, "O ir
Honolulu Queen." Tho munie
was also arranged as n twost p
and was to bo played at the uu ni
val hall. Hero is the snug:
Our lloii'iliilii l.tnl.
Our Carnlwil Ims cimui nn.Uii tills venr,
Anil Qileou l.orenn once huhIm 1 - Iieru,
Ami wo I111V0 (lie H.uWf.ii'ftiHi.
To Itrosont for tills attract!'. 11,
Bwcct (ueuu Anna from our new Ha
Sho Ii.ih in ttlo n noary vnyUKU o'ur the
To bo our inieuli anil rule o'or uh today,
Anil nIio'II need no In'roilurtlnn,
I.lko some foreign In -n proiluutlon,
lMr hiio's now u iilluil s.iiti , Anieiliu
Our Honolulu Quueu
Tho fatrewt ovor seen.
She's from our now postsssloiiN lav bo-
yimti tuo oroau K't'oti,
Sho uoinoH with f,'r,icoful mien
To link tho HpiL'U between,
.Sho Is it niiblo lady,
Our Honolulu Qikjom.
Our litWi string liang nusjhiiiiIciI from
Wu'ro hori anil sho Is our for oxormoro,
Anil our hearts 1110 nvorll'iwlng
As our favors we're bestowing,
On tho "ltoso of Hilo" from a distant
Wo carry out wh.itos.or wo proparo,
Audt;ettholiost of eorvtliliiK that goes
And tho pooplo of Topika
In nno voice now shout Kuroku
As tlioy pay tholr liomago to Hawaii's
If you want n uico Rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Ilaok Stand Tol. 31!),
and wo cunrnntoo vou will bo
To Come oil Friday Evening Full List
Committees to Carry Out
At a couferenco of Oflicers of
the First Regiment, N. G. II.,
committees woro appointed and
other arrangements mndo for the
ball tendorcd by them ns a body
to .the United States Army and
Navy Ollhers now in Honolulu.
Tho ball will bo hold in tho
Drill Shed, opening at 8:30 next
Friday oveuing. Decorations of
(ho place will bo ou a largo scalo
and tho prettiest 6c!ieme that ex
perienced ingouuity cnu devise.
Music will bi furnished .bytho
Hawaiian quintot Club. 't ":
Tho committees are the follow
ing: General Committee Major J.
W. Joues. Capt in J. W. Pratt,
Captain Paul Smith, Captain W.
G. Ashley and Lieutenant T. H.
ll-ception Committee Oflicers
of President's ptalT, viz.: Lieut.
Col,. J. H. Soper, Major Goo G.
Potior, Major C P. luaken, Cap
tain Kinuoy, Captain Dorger;
also niiiuers of Field and
Stair, viz.: Co. J. II. Fishor, Lt.
Col. MoLood, Major Joues, Major
McCarthy, Major O oper, Captain
Schaefer, Oiptaiu Gnrtouuorg,
Captain Ashley, Captain R. P.
Myers, Cnptaiu Raymond, Liout.
O. M. V. Fonder and Lieut. E.
Finnnco Comraittoo Captains
Ashley and P. Smith. .
Decoration Committee Cap
tain Camara, Captain Dorgstrom,
Lieut. Petrio, Lieut. Co-tn, Lieut.
H. Klommo, Lieut. Cottrcll and
Floor Committee Capt. Pratt,
Capt. Kennke, Cnpt. Ashley, Capt.
P. Smith nud Lieut. O. M. V.
Refreshment Committoo Liout.
Xetv Field CmiTi-il liy l'uelllo Surely
Tho PaoiMc Surety Compnuy
for wnich Gear, Lansing & Co.
liavo received tho Island ngoncy
covers a field of iusurauco that
lias not herotoforo boon given
This company insures steam
hmhis ut a very low rato. This
insurance also c-ivors machinery
uid gives protection to tho en
gineer aud other help in event of
accident. This form of boiler in
surance is universally used in tho
Stutc3. Wheu boilers aro insured
ihoy are inspected by experts and
evory six mouths these experts
examine the boilers make tests of
guages, valves and othenwso give
valuable information as to the
condition and capacity of thi
iteam power in uso. The result
is that tho employe aud tho
owners of the proporty aro mutu
ally protected and tho chances of
loss by accident reduced to a
Uoyal make the tood pure,
wholesome and dcltcloss.
ftoAi oakii.0 poworn co new von.
Figures Demanded on Improved Property
High Class Immigration Is Desirable
A meeting of tho Olaa Coffee
Plantors' Association was hold nt
tbo resideuco of Dr. X. Russell,
Olaa, on tho lltb inst. A Inrge
number of planters from the dis
trict attended, aud the number was
still further augmented by a dele
gation from Llilo of real ostato
men aud other moro or less iutor
estod parties, tho crowd being
such U3 to tax the doctor's lanai to
tho full capacity aud calliug forth
the remark from a visitor that
Olaa could givo Hilo poiutors on
getting a quorum.
Tho party from Hilo woro undor
tho chaperouago of Mr. Chas.
Eagan who drove four magnificent
chestnuts (no saicasui intended),
Lhnudliug the ribbons in a tuastor-
ly manner auu causing imicn ou
thusiusm among his guests aud
the nntivos, ou route, with selec
tions from nativo operas, artistical
ly rondorod on tho cornet. After
stopping for lunch at tho Moun
tain View Hotel tho Hiloites pro
ceeded to the mooting, tho princi
pal business of which was to ro
ceivo the report of the committee
appointed by tho association to
study and appraiso tho valuo of
tho coffeu lands in Olaa, both im
proved and uuimproved.
Tho committee consisted of
Messrs. Sunter, Peek and Zimmor
mau, and their report stated that,
after carefully taking all facts nud
figures into consideration, ttiey
found that lauds unimprovod,
facing ou the Volcano or other
inaendumizod roads, woro worth
$150 por acre; laud 0110 plock
back from the road was worth
31-10, and so ou. Improved lauds
iu bearing woro fouud to be worth
8000 por aero, this estimate boiug
basod upon u production of from
1200 to 1500 pounds of coffeo por
acre, wincti tuo report wont ou t j
state was a vory conservative nvor
ago for that district and was based
upon the production already b
tuiued. Tho committoo also reported
that all lauds situated between 1!)
nud 23 miles, with a width of
about fivo miles, wero also highly
adapted for tho cultivntiou of
sugar cano, having ull natural ad
vantages of soil aud tomporaturo,
experiments already having boon
mndo nud proving in all eass nu
unqualified success. Tho report
furthor went ou to say thut num
erous vurioti' s of fruit could.be
raised to pmootiou at little ex
ponso aud I.11 a profit.
Tho rept, t was read by Mr
Sunter and was accopted by the
asoociatiou, a voto of thanks boing
passed by that body to tho com
mitteo for the able manner in
which it had performed its work
It wns douidod that the report
bo offered to tho committee
litoraturo aud printing of tho
Hilo Chamber of Commorco for
Among othor business tho elec
tion of officers of the ex mtivi
committeo was gone it to. tin
(illicotB elected being Mi. Itay
dale, Mr. Juukins nnd Dr. Ruh-
sol. Sovernl othor plontors join
ed tho association, which is now
composod of tho groat majority of
tho plnntors of tho district. Ha
I'rlnixM Kululiiiii llrc'jlluna.
Princess Kaiulani will rocoive
tho nntivo Hawaiians hotwoou tho
hours of 2 to J this oftoruoon.
Tho gonornl reception will bo hold
from 3 to G to-morrow nfternoon.
Privato Chas. II. Thomnsnn nf
tho New Yorkers died at tho mili
tnry hospital Saturday night.
Privato Thomas Heaver of tho
18th Infautrv died out at tho same
plnco yestorday. Fuuural nt -1 p.
Comes from San Frasclsco In About Nine anl
a Half Days-Sister Ship to No
eau Starts '
Tho new Inter-Island stoaraer
Mazama arrived iu pott Suudny
morning nt 7 o'clock, after n vory
pleasant trip of a littlo ovor nine
days and a half from San Fran
cisco. Sho enmo into port in good
shape and hauled alongside the
Irmgard wharf to dischargo tho
100 tous of general merchandise
which sho brought along with hor
The Mazama will make her first
trip noxt week but, to what ports,
has not bcon decided on yet. She
will have no regular route but will
go to whatever places it may bo
found most ueccssary.
Tho Mazamn is n sister ship to
tho Nooau but was built to carry
morb froight than the latter boat.
Sho has ti few other differences
such as a lifo boat, a thing that
has been found necessary from
tuo experience of other steamers
plying between tho vnriousislauds.
If it is possible, the Mnzama
will bo fittud out with an electric
plant aud completely wired before
sho leaves on hor Urst trip but,
should this work bo found a too
great time consumer, she will start
out with oil lamps, using these un
til it shall be fouud comonieut to
spare the time.
It was lonrned from Vic Piesi
dunt Ena of the Inter-Island Com
pany this morning that Captain
oveuson would remain in com
maud of the Muzama. Harry
Wootou, who came down ns chief
ongineor, will hold that position
for one trip at least. After that,
ho will again to into business hero
iu Honolulu. Mate Olson, nt one
time iu tho same position on the
Mauna Loa, will vory probably
remain ou the Mazamn. The oth. r
men who came down ou the Mana
ma aro as follows: Second Mate,
Mr. Sanders; First Assistant En
gineer, Win. Piersou; Second As
distant Engineer, C. W. Poole.aud
a crow of oloveu men all told.
From tho prosout nppaaraueo of
things, the Muzaina will retain
hor prosout name, for a year at
loast. Sho has bcon givon a per
manent registor with that name
aud n chaugo would mean' a trip
to tho Coast, as tho United States
shipping laws do not upply hero
Something ns to tho speed mndo
by tho Mazama might provo in
teresting. Sho avoraged 0J knots
ou tho trip from Sau Franoisco.
On her trial trip sho made 11 5-10
knots, with the tide.
The now from of Donnolly it
Uoss, Custom House brokors,
ex)''it accountants nud searcher
of titlefl, have located iu the Spree
k-ls IJank room No 0. Those
i 1. lumen como to Honolulu
"ighly recommended fr m tho
The Bishop Ebtato is putting
d wn a couereto sidewalk iu front
of the A lington Hotel premises in
INTi:illT TO niCYOLH
NubbtT Is ery sarte ani t.tc.iJlly ahinclni; in
prke llcyckst ilro ani lubes. alu Carrl life tirtk
an.' likely to aJvancu in rrke to tints .1 PAIU ni
Hie jo Imhwhcil will not tike the plaie of the a8
js aJierliseJ by some nunuUcturer In 90, canjss
nl various maker has result! In an estlmaleJ ol
from lo 10 per icnt ' The Cycle Aire ' sajs it is
a passing laJ. Ilkelho joined front wlu'U ol a few
ears aco. anl the very luw heaJ ot this ear Pro
portlonste strenulh Ins to te followeJ out In insurt
reioblllty hlch gains anJ keeps the popular favor
llliyiles will be JocorateJ. anJ appearance In '00
stuleJ een by tliose makers who havehelJ bai-k
from uslnif transfers strlrinir. etc . the CUmanJ Iv
for decoration and Hikes wilt be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasirs
IIAIIXYS MONOIULUCYCLLIY. .! Kim
street has good second tiand wheels at $n with new
tires to JJ. rst.w iiiitoes o uTmojei. nu
Killible Stormer Wheels 98 model at$o guiranleed
1 jear, M and W tires
Ripalrsol all kinds.
$1 per month Ucps jour Hike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
Business Dispatched Before Judge Stanley at
Mala Term Guardian of Minors
Bond of Clerk.
Tho Sapramo Court is honing
Mary C. Aid rich aud others vs
Priscilla E. Hnssiuger aud othors.
Chief Justice Judd, Associate
Justico Whiting and substitute
Justiao Sillimnu constitute the
Kinnoy &. linllou apponr for
plaintiils; W. O. Smith for Mrs
Hnssiugor, A. G. M. Robertson for
Mrs. Ross, O. Blown forMrs, Tur
tou, aud Crolghton and Da li lt
for Douglas K. Drown. The suit
began iu 1891, wi i ho late W. J.
Smith us dofoudaut, nnd after his
death was revived against his
heirs aud successors. The argu
ment thus far, ou the pro out oc
casion, scorns to bo mainly to show
the Court where the case is, rather
than what it is about.
Judge Perry has appoiuted G
O. McHugh ns guardian of Simon
aud Annie, minor children of tho
late Knlama Rodriguus.
A. P. Kapaehaolo is surety ou
tho S1500 bond of J. N. K. Koola
as clork of the Second Judicial
Clork J. A. Thompson reports
business done before Jud:c Stan
ley at the KoUala term as follows:
Kahelo, practising medicine
without a license. Appeal ou
points of law, artuied aud sub
mitted. Kamauoha anil Wright
for lit feudiih t.
Thomas Spencer Jr., withdraws
appeal from Kuu District Court
for assault aud battory.
Kaaihuo Puiio, malioious in
jury, appeal from South Kolwila.
Hawaiian jury roturus u vormctof
llapakuo, committed from
South Kotiala fur assault with in
tent to maim, plinded guilty to
assault and battery, and was sen
tenced to six months at hard labor
Ah Ko, liquor selling without
liceuso, fouud not guilty. Creigh
tou and Halsteiu for defendant.
Ah Loy, vagrnuoy, appeal from
North Kohala, pleads uuilty and
sentence is suspended. Ue.ir tV
Humphreys for defendant.
Leo Lung, committed from
North Kohala for laiceuy, plomls
guilty but sentence nt et pussnit.
Tho same happened withL) On
Pau, committed for housebreaking
from North Kohala, D puty At
toruey Goneral Dulo declining to
prosocute another charu ngaiust
uitn of lurcony first , degioe.
A nolle jirosequi in entered for
Charles Meiuccke, assault, appeal
Misoro withdraws appeal from
Kau for vngrnucy.
Amelia J. Silva vs. Autouo Fer
nandez, suit Wr bummaiy jmsses
sion, discontinued. Ceiliton for
plaintiff; Mngoou it Sillimau for
Uhtistina N. Sponcir vs. Frnuk
M. Spencer. Libel lor divorce,
liHini-fied ou inoiion of libullcu
after libellsnt had rested. Wilder,
Wise & Wakefield for libellaut;
Croightou for libellee. Thoro
wero two uiuht sessions iu this
Six cases wero continued.
No practise for th Town foot
bill team this at ernoon. Arrange
ments for a return gamo next Sit
unlay with the Pouusylvanias aro
being mado. The roulu practise
will begin Tuosdsy.
alio Icb UroHiu.
is ico cienm,
the ico cream
served you at tho New England
Ualsory is the u ot delicious in
town. Flavored with pure fruit
juico only. Vanilla, straNbtrry,
chocolate, pineapple slii rbtt
out tuo ice cream -'- ""-"' '"' '
Good Game on Maklkl Baseball Grounds
Townlas Could Not Score Brull
Makes Only ToucMo.vn.
Whilo tho football game between
tho Pennsylvania nud Town teams
ou tho Mnkiki has 'ball grounds
Saturday afternoon wns iu the
goueral acceptance of thojo proseut
aud from the scorn of 0 to 0 iu
favor of the visitors, a gool gamp,
yet, to those who observed with a
critical eyo, it was full of disap
pnintmouts. Tho first disappoint
meut wns the small crowd.
It was a stubbornly fought nnd
"'inscieutioudy played game on
both sides but it wns eutiroly de
void of those brilliant plays around
tho ends that, during somn stngo
of a gamo at least, is a feature.
Tho Town boys confined their
plays to tho line nnd tho Ponnsyl
vauias followed suit. In fact, it
was ouo continual strain on tho
Evon when tho Town boys had
lo.l their opp luunts into believing
that thc were incapable of male
iug en 1 plays so th it the latter de
voted nll'of their Htb'ntinii to tho
lino, they still refuse to mako end
plays plays that tho Honolulu
boys, ou account F tlioir lleetucss
of foot nud good interference, havo
always been noted for.
Itnlit lldiaiir Krsnrla.
Deputj-M rslml Chilliugworth,
Dct ctive Knapa and fivo oflicers.
raided four pb-a-ure ro-orts in
Waik'ki jestorday afternoon nud
carted away in delivery wagons,
tho "Mir nl uu liy lit wines nud
beoiri." In the Pi dice Court this
morninj', ouo of the dofeudants
plead guilty and was fined S100
and costs. The other threo will
Mori hnlitlir Arrl-il.
Rodg-rs aiid Riley and'Macdo.
nald, threo New York privates,
uore nrr'stcd Safunluy afternoon.
The polh'u say Rodgeifl smashed
a Oliinnman's lamp in a sture at
th" corner of Nuuanu and Hotel
streots nud that the other two
struck nue of tho polLo officors
who nrrosted th'-in. They stated
furthor that about ad . mi soldiors
joined in m.d tried to got their
comrades out of their hands. It is
a credit to the police that, although
hero uoro only thro", they took
ledgers to th poliee t-'aiou, not
withslnndieg the interference.
' i.H(ii: siioi: si'oiti: m:iu
Frank Ilustnco, Harry Armi
lage, W. U. Smith and W. F.
Lovo today 6uceesbfully completed
their negotiations, for eomo timo
lioudiu", for tho pnrohnsn from D.
15. Sn.ith of the bu ines of tho
Manufacturois' S'.oe Company.
Henry S. rownstiid, lusju'ctor
Geuoiul oE S ho du, leaves tomor
row for Maui on ii-i official tour ot
tho schools 11 purposes I mako
the round of al! Hie Mdiocls in tho
gioup be'oro tho end of tho yaar.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
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