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Vol. V. No. 1050.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1898.
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'KEWALO TRACT DRAINAGE
Oalro Railway and Land Company An
swers a Complaint.
Commission to Take the Testimony of Cfaas. R.
Bishop Judge Stanley Resumes the
Bench of First Circuit.
, A motion for continuance till
March, 1800, linB buon mndo by
P. L. Weaver, nttorney for 0. S.
Desky, in the1 suit of Victoria
"Ward vs. C. S. Desky nud E. Peck
tfc Co. It is bused on an affidavit
by Mr. Weaver, alloging tlmt W.
It. Oastlo is, besides nn attorney
for the) dofondant Desky, ft mnto
rinl witness in the criso, but is ab-
sont from tho islands and will not:
return until l'obruary next. Also,
j it is sot forth tlmt, in the midst of
.' tho trial in July, Mr. Kinney, nt-
-f toruey for plaintm, liau tlio enso
continued indefinitely on account
of urgent business ho had olsr
whoro. The suit is for equitable
ilnmnsPB from tho drainage of tho
Kowalo tract on which Gyclomore
Tho Oabu Railway and Land
Company by its attorney, F. M.
llatoh, makes answer to tho com
plaint of Honry G. lteis sayiug it
is wrongfully sued uudor tlio
name of tho Oahu Railroad nnd
Land Company, and with a gou
eral denial will rely for defonso
upon payment, release and dis
charge of the claims.
Jos. O. Carter, one of tho
trustee of tho estato of Bornico
Pnuahi Bishop, petitions that n
coinmisuou may issuo to tako tho
testimony of (Jhas. It. Bishop nt
San Francisco in tho ejoctmept
enso of Waikulani ngainst tho said
"William Frederick Lucns Stan
ley has taken tho oath of oflico
upon boiug recomraissioned as
Second Judge of tho Circuit Court
of thrt First Judicial Circuit.
Ooknlrt" Sugar Co. vs John
"Wilson was boing armed this
morning before Judge Perry.
Kiirrntlcri Ilia Protege,
Tho parnlytio stranger,
who appealed from conviction ns n
sneak thief in tho District Court,
has boon surrendered to tho Mar
shal by It. J. Greeno. Ho is now
coufinod nt tho polico station
where ho seoms quito at homo.
Mr. Groeuo had treated him as n
G. A. It. comrado in distress, nnd
kept him out of jail for a fow
days. More did not impress his
bonefactor on closer acquaintance
as a man who would improve his
conduct or condition by liberty.
Thoreforo Mr. Greeno deoided to
allow him to fight his own buttles.
More will havo a jury trial within
a weok or two.
Almost n l'lri'.
Had one of tho police en on
board tho City of Columhii Satur
day night beon less vigilant than
ho was, thoro might havo buen
sorious hnpponings nboaid the
City of Columbia.
It was between 9 and 10 o'clook
when tho oflicor in question
amolled smoke. Hi- notified ono
of the mon on tho ship who rush
od bolow immediately. In ono of
tho toilet rooms was found a
keroBouo oil lamp on fire. Tho
flames wero just beginning to
catch tho newly painted wallB.
Soma quick work stoppod further
progress of tho Cro.
"All la Wll.
Gonernl King, accompaniod by
an ordorly, mado a round of tho
polico boats liBt ovoning. Both
men wore mounted. After ho had
finished ho asked a polico offioor
on tho streot as to Captain Park
er'B whereabouts. Ho thon said
tho city was all quiot and that tho
Boldiers who wero in town wero
behaving thomsolvoB. Ho would
liko that plaood on tho polico re
port of tho night's doings.
Tho City of Columbia is sched
uled to sail at 10 o'clock Friday
PAY OF COFFEE PICKERS
Enough at Present Rate to Well Support
Shall Whites or Japanese Occupy the Ground ?
Coffee Cultivation an Ideal Associa
tion for the' Mlddle-Agcd.
If thoro is a man in tho Hawai
ian Islands who has giv6u mora
thought to tho coffoo industry
thau Alex. Cockburu of Kailua,
let him bo pointed out nnd ho will
bo distinguished. Mr. Cockburu
said to a Bulletin roportor yos
torday: "Tho coffee picking soasou is
just coming on. Fifty con Is a bag
is offorcd to pickers. With a good
crop, a good picker con gathor two
bugs of cherries a day. A young
ster of, say, twolvo can pick an
equal amount with his father or
"Tho Japanose aro seizing tho
fort. Thoro is no reason why
Europeans cannot live and work
in our coffee Golds, whoro tho
tompornturo is moderato and tho
oxpenso is light. Vegetables could
bo cultivated botweou tho coffoo
trees for a goodly part of thoir
"Now tho question of labor is a
serious one for the coffoo industry.
If a Jap is worth $15 a mouth, au
intolligont whito should certainly
bo worth $20 a month.
"If you tko a family of throe
children with tho father and
mother, tho fivo picking two bngs
oaoh a day and working 25 days a
month, thoir earnings at this
work would amount to S125. Mul
tiply by four months nnd you have
$000. Giro tho head of tho house
hold $20 a mouth for looking after
tho plantation tho othor oight
months nnd SI GO is added to tho
wife and children
labor get $15 a
timo outsido tho
I soo no reason
might in odd
mouth for tho
why wo should
not have whito
settlors in this country
"Coffee cultivation to mo seems
tho ideal occupation for tho mid
dlo-ngcd, as golf is tho idoal sport
for the man gutting along in
yoars. If I wero under constraint
to mako a chango in occupation,
it is to coffee cultivation I should
turn as tho plcasautest moans of n
"This ranttor of labor for har
vesting tho coffoo is all important.
Tho pay is now 50 cents a bag. If
it should go to 75 cents, I toll you
tho situation would bo serious.
Thon tho Japs would find thoir
"It has been proposed to change
tho school holidays to permit tho
employment of tho childron in
coffoo gathering, and I hopo the
proposition will bo adopted for
tho mutual benefit to coffoo
growors and poor familios.
"In Kona tho yield this yoar on
good soil, from trcos of threo to
four yoars old, ought to bo twolvo
bags to tho aero of oloan coffoo."
Tho Halloween dauco of tho
Thistlo Club will bo hold at Sans
Souoi on Friday night.
Royal make tlio food pure,
wholesome and tJcllcltat.
ftOVM BAKIMO POWCIH CO HfW YORK.
ANOTHER OCEAN HORROR
Steamer Mohegan Goes and
Row Among Cuban McKlnley at Chicago-
London, Oct. 1C Tho Atlnutic
Transport Company issued the
following statement this ovoning
regarding tho fato of tho passen
gers and crow of tho steamer
Mohogau, which was wrecked last
Friday on the Lizard, between tho
Maunclos and tho lowlands:
"Of tho paaBougors olovon havo
been savod, ton bodies havo beon
recovered and thirty-three missing.
"Of tho crow and cattlomon
thirty-nino havo been savod, four
teen bodies havo beon recovorod
and fifty-ono aro miBsing."
Sinco this statement was issued
n mo otlior Domes navo been
picked up, iuoludinu two that
have beon identified ns IIiobo of
IIOV IN CUBAN HANKS.
Now York, October 10. A
cnblo to tho Sun from Havana
says; General Maximo Gomoz
has quarreled with his wholo stall
nosr Rojas, in tho Provinco of
Santa Clara. His secrotnry,
Yaldes Dominguez, his physician,
Dr. Alvarez, and his chief of staff,
Colonel Boza, and oight aids havo
left him with only two negroes
from Sau Domingo named
Doschapol and Rosario and a few
colored soldiers. General Gomez
is expected to arrivo near Havana
at nny momont. Thoro is great
opposition among tho Cubansjo
his candidacy for tho Presidency
of tho Republic.
PRESIDENT Jl'KINLEV AT CHIOAOO.
Chicago, Oct. 1G. Tho national
ponco jubiloo of Chicago was to
night inaugurated with a thanks
giving Borvico at' tho Auditorium,
President McKiuley attended and
listoned to nddressos by n Jewish
rabbi, a Roman Catholic priest, a
Presbyterian clergyman and a
noted colored orator. Tho ap
plause for the Prosidout was torri-
lie, nnu at ono tuno no was com
pelled to riso in his box. uud res
pond to tho frautio cheoring of
tho nudionco. Tho sorvices wore,
howovor, of a roligious ohuractur,
and at times tho solomn silouco of
tho vast nsseinblago was much
moro oloqueut than could hnvo
beon the wildest applause.
OHINA'h KMPltKSS IIEFC-IIMS.
Poking, Oct. 1G. Tho roacaon
ary policy of tho Downger Em
press scorns likoly to return to
moderation. An edict just issued
promises to nttend to tho wolfaro
of the poop'o and to do tho bast' to
secure prosperity. Tho odiot pro
vides for tho appointment of two
boards of trade, one at Shanghai
nnd ono at Hankow, having juris
diction over tho wholo southern
ompiro and the Yang-tso valley.
PORTO RICO NOW AMERICAN.
Washington, October l(i. On
Tuesday tho United States will
tako possession formally of tho
island of Porto Rico. By that
timo most of tho Spaniard" will
havo departed for Spain. Those
retnaining at that time will leave
as soon nB transports can bo se
cured. INSURdENTH MAKING TROURLE.
Manila, Octobor 1G. Tho in
BurgontB at Lagaspi has provented
tho Amorican steamer Hormanos
from loading or sailing unloaded,
on tho ground that thoro aro Spa
niards on board. They also re
fused to allow an oflicor of tho
United Stotes oruisor Raloigh to
laud without permission from
Madrid, October 1G. Nowb has
readied hero that a countor revo
lution, favorablo to Spain, haB
started in tho Philippines,
LINE FROM PUQET SOUND.
The Whito Stnr lino is figuiring
on aPugot Sound connection with
Hawaii, but nothing is likoly to bo
done until it is deoided whether or
not compioreo botwoon tho islands
and tho mainland comes under tho
provisions of tho laws governing
tho coasting trade. If so, only
American ships can ply. Tho
Whito Star Company, as a Brit
ish corporation, could thon cut no
figuro in tho Hawaiian business.
ROSE OF IIILO LEAVES TOPEKA.
Topeka fKusJ October 11. A
largo crowd of citizons gathered
nt tho Btation hero this nftornoon
jo witness tho departuro of Miss
Anna Roao, queen of tho carnival
horoj for hor homo iu Hawaii.
Miss Roso seemed considerably
affocted by tho demonstrations in
hor honor. A procession of Knr
nival Knights, headed by tho
band, escorted hor to tho station.
Thore sho was presented with n
letter to the Huwniiuu islanders
and tho comraitteo which solected
Miss Roao for tho position of
Topeka'a queou which wob signed,
by Governor Loedy in boharf of
tho pcoplo oE tho Stnto and by
Mayor Fallows of this city.
ai:.Ni:itAi. xiswh notim.
Actor E. J. llonley is dond
Reports of preparation for
conje from 1 ranee.
Tho transport Nownrk arrived
in San Francisco on tho 12th.
The Sultan has cordially
received American Minister
Tho Sultan hnB ordored tho
withdrawal of Turkish troops
Tlio War Investigation Com
mission is on its way tho southern
The Univorsity of Chicago will
confer tho degrou of L.L.B. upon
Hobson thinks ho can rniso tho
Cristobal Colon. Tho Infanta
Maria Teresa will probably stoatn
to tho States in about u month.
Tlio Quartormnstor Gonornl'a
department is figuring on sending a
lot ot good tilings to tuo uoys in
tho Philippines for Christmas.
Tho Surgeou-Genoral of tho
Array has issued n notico to the
ltod Cross Society that their
assistance will no longer bo
Tho battleships Oregon and
Iowa will participate in tho colo
bration at Rio do Janeiro of the
founding of the Brazilian ropnblic.
The ships will not loavo Rio do
Jonoiro till November 20.
Anarchist plots against Empor
or William nnd King Humbert
hnvo beou discovered Jerusalem,
Oct. 1G. Tho city is already ovor
crowdod with visitors, chiefly Ger
mans, nwnitiug tho arriual of Em
Tho Rov. Fnthor O. M. Lira
burg has returned to San Fran
cisco from Paris. "With him aro
fivo young dories who will work
nmong tho people at tho sottlo
mont. Father Limburg will arrivo
hero ou tho Australia.
Everybody Iovob a good oup of
coileo when sorvod with a largo
mug of thick rich Jorsoy cream.
Tho Now Eugland Bakory on
Hotel streot is tho placo to get it.
Served with cake only 15 conts, or
ham, turkey, pio, etc., 20 conts.
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
Rubbrr l very scarce anj steJlly alvanclne In
price. Illcyclo llrcs anj tubes, also Carriage tires
are likely to advance In price, ;a centra PAIR ad
vance already on some tires, NO ADVANCE
The jo Inch wheel will not take the place ol the 28
asaderllsej by sojne manufacturer in V). canvass
of various makers has resulted In an estimated ot
from 1 to 10 per cent. "The Cycle Ace" says It Is
a passing fadMlkethe jo Inch front wheel of a few
sears uga, and the very low head ol this ear. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reliability which Rains and keeps the popular favor.
Illcycles will be docorated, and appearance In '94.
studed even by those makers who have held back
from uslnif transfers striping, etc., the demand Is
for decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers,
IIAILUYS HONOLULU CYCLHUY, i Klne
street has pood second hand wheels at $u. with new
tires Sn to Sif. NI.W Illcycles $10 'or model The
Reliable Stormer Wheels '08 model atlo guarantied
1 year, M and W tires.
Repairs of all kinds.
$1 per month keeps our Hike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
TRANSPORT SENATOR IS
A Good Run of Eight Days from San
Brought Detachments from Nearly All Branches
or the Army Major Goodale In
Command Ho Hall Brought.
Tho U. S. T. S. Souator thot
passed through hero not long ago
ou.licr return from Manila, arrived
in port and tied up just off tho old
fishmnrkot wharf at n little boforo
12 noon today. She was about
eight days ranking tho trip from
San Francisco. Tho Senator is
still in command of Captain J. B.
Pnttorson. 0. Swanson and J. S.
Thompson nro still tho first and
second officers and J. J. Cumpboll
attends to tho duties of pursor.
Tho whole oiiRiuoer force is
changed. J. A. Dawson i& tho
Tho Senator has aboard tho fol
lowing troopg for Manila:
1. Third battalion of tho 23d U.S.
Infantry, consisting of four com
panies. Co. A is iu command of
Liout. Aloo; Co. I, Capt. Pondol
ton; Co. K, Lieut. Kobbe mid Co.
M, Liout. Morse. Thoso men nro
2. Detachment of 230 recruits
from the 2d Orcgoti Voluntoors,
under Major Goodale.
3. Battory D, 1st California
Heavy Artillery Volunteers, 88
1. Hospital Corps of 7 mon in
cluding Drs. Lndd, Foulks and
Liout. Cannon is tho only mem
ber of tho Signul Corps aboard. ,
Major Goodalo is in chargo of
tho troops nboard the bonator. 11 lo
staff is ns follows: Liout. A. Aloo,
adjutant; Liout. Morris, quarter
master nnd commissary.
Thero nro in nil 778 men.
Liout. WoIIb is attached and is
now on his way to Mauila to join
tho 18th Infantry.
Thetroops arrived in port in ox
ccllont health. Slight fovers were
about all that tho men suffered
It haB not yot beon decided how
lqug tho Sonntor will stay but it is
tho idea of the officers aboard that
sho will go ou immediately she
has tnkou on coal and other neces
saries. WINE AND BEER LICENSES
At tho Interior Department
nothing oxcopt honrsay has boon
hoard of objections from tho mili
tary authorities to light wine nnd
boor liconses for Wnikiki. Tho
solo trnublo known to this, tho
licoubing dopartmout, about that
quarter wns that two or threo up
plicants wero located too near tho
church and the Bohoolhouse, the
conditions in tho prescribed form
of application requiring n distance
of not less than 000 foot from any
t to m. ..in,.ai.,wi;n -...
-kb ID mu UUUUlDinUllllJ LIWW,
and hns boon all along, that whou
applications aro ulou in propor
torni, witu bonu, etc, applicants
who havo boon approved by tho
Exocotivo Council, as heretofore
roportod, tho liconses will bo is
sued. Any material objections
tlmt may bo ontorod in tho menu
timo will hnvo to await consider
ation by tho Exocutivo Council
whop thnt body can resumo its
Of tho two applicants at Wai
kiki accepted by tho Exeoutive,
Ottman has filed tho official form
of application and Sherwood has
uot. As tho matter stands, li
conses will bo issued for all dis
tricts whonevor tho ncceptod ap
plicants obsorvo tho necessary pre
liminaries. Capt. Ira B. Ladd, of Stockton,
Cal., is with tho rognlars on tho
Souator. Ho has quito a number
of frionds in tho city.
Mr. Burling the Agent Makes a State
ment of Affairs.
Definite Arrangements Will Await Ills Re-
turn to Seattle The City of Columbia
Will Sail Friday.
S. R. Burling, apccinl agont of
tho Soattlo-Uouolulu Stenmship
Company, nuswercd some quest
ions put 'by n Bulletin' reporter
this morning. He exhibitod a
lottor from tho manogomnnt at
Seattle, giving him exclusive
powers as agent of tho steamship
City of Columbia, including tho
appointing of local agents in tho
"Thoro will bo no definite ar
rangements made regarding tho
fuithcr operations of tho lino un
til I arrivo back and consult with
Captnin Richard Chilcott, the
"Then. U. Dnvics & Co. aro tho
temporary ngenta of the lino at
Mr. Bulling was asked to ex
plain tho cause of things being nt
sixed and seven iu the direction of
ntluirs. was tliero an incorpor
ated company or simply a loose
syndicate nt bnck of the enter
prise? "Ou tho day following the de
parturo ot tlio fatenmer City ot
Columbia," ho nnsweied, "a re
organization of thu company was
to bb elTecttd uud incorporation
con&ummatod fmthwitli. I be
liovo that has taken place.
"No advices wire received by
tho Contcnnj.il, It was thought
when she Bailed that the Oity of
Columbia would have left Hono
lulu before the Couteiiuinl should
arrive horo. Heuce no mail wus
sent by her.
"Tho future iimvomonts of tho
vessels win denuu entirely on
lovelopmonts. Reonrdiui; the
prospects for buniners, it is neces
sary for us to havo return cargoes.
s prospects appear on tho sur
face, they aro excellent.
"iSo it is not settled, by nny
means, that the bt'-niners will call
fiist at Honolulu instead of Ililo."
Captain Miluor rejoiced this
moruiug in beinu able to bring
tho City of Columbia into dock
from tho stream whero sho had
lain these many long weeks. Sho
would nt once tnko on board what
cargo oiTored and ballast, nnd bo
ready to snil for Seattle on Friday
morning. Tim bond for roleasing
tho vessel, which in iu tlio sum of
S19.200, would bo Hied at tho Ju
diciary Department in tho courso
Wululuu Stock HuliscrlpllOfi.
It is not today, but Tuesday
next, thut is the limit givuu suo
ccsriful applicants for Wnialun
stock to subscribe for thoir shares.
Tho day of tho weok was given
without tho day of tho month in
advertently in yesterday's issue.
II. J. Nolto of the Beaver Lunch
Rooms will receive on tho Aub
tralia a largo consignment of
frozen Eastern oystorrs. Consult
New To Day.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
dold Mednl, Midwinter Fair.
, A Pure Oraps Crcatn ot Tartar Powder.
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