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Vol. V. No. 1051.
HONOLULU, Jl. I., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1898.
Piuoh 5 Gents.
IN THE GABLE'S PATHWAY
TO DIYIDE WITH ENGLAND
Episcopal Conference Decides on Work
SOPER SOLD THE MILLION
BUYS A CALIFORNIA HOTEL
THE MORMON MISSIONARIES
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There Are Said to be Serious DifllcuUlcs
Commission Report Gloomy The Extension
to Japan d Hongkong-Bottomless
Prominent Man or Business Contradicts
Statements of Special Writer.
It Had Meantime Been Duplicated by
One of Series of Investments tn
Band Will Arrive in Honolulu on
Coast by James Campbell.
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to tho Pot fvTom Washington aaya:
Wlillo lit Honolulu the American
Oommi',ioiiwa'np)oiutt!(l to nr
raugo tliOjdbtniU of annexation
mndo Homnfnfiuiry iib to the cost
nnd pract'ca'bllity of a cablo con
neo'ing thejaIands with the Unit
toil Stnto-i.jThoy bring u rathor
gloomy report, saying thoro is an
almost f.itii)7obstaule io the way of
siU'h a calilij.
SoundiuUri havo beon taken
showing a depth of moro than bis
miles in tho Paollii! Ocean, along
tin' track ,of the Kuro Siwo or
Japaneso current, which corres
ponds Io' the gulf stream in tho
AtluutioO.!ian, lint is ranch wider.
From edgV-tu edge they say it is
liuijdroiJsjit milt's in width nud
between lfe United States and
Hawaii it appears either to have
cut a chaunel io an enormous
dop'h or olso to havo sought a
natural abyss in the oarth's crust
through which to flow. Thoy say
that cablo-layors fear lost it may
bo impossible- to anchor cables
' across this vait water-swept space
becnuso t&e force of tho current
may poit, the metal. Cables have
been Buojsfullv'lfiHi in wator as
deep as tijis in tho ludian Ocean,
but tbero'.was nothiug correspou
ding to Hue Japaueso current to
Military olectricians of high
stauding and acquainted with all
(he detail of cublo-layin! do not
ngreo with this report. Tuoy as
sort that no pariculnr di.Iieulty is
Iikoly to be exporienco' iu laying
a cable Between Ca iforuia and
Hawaii, but that vory eorious
difficulty 4might be found in ex
tending tho lino from Hawaii to
Hongkong. As to "auchoriug"
the cablo, they say that nothiug io
douo in that liuo boyoud weight
ing with heavy armor, which is
oxpocted to carry it to tho bottom,
where it will lio iu place of itself.
Allowance ismado for inequalities
of the ocean's floor by making the
oablo about 20 per cent longer
thau tho route it follows as
measured ou the suifaco. This
margin for slack is the result of
avoragingexperionco3 with various
Mill Not Prosecute
Marshal Brown wns-ei n jester
day in regard to thoWh- n'ock-Mor-rium
case. He said h !m.l seen
tho report of tho alTaii eut in to
hondquarters by Gem r-1 King
and had noted the touo. However,
ho would do nothing tow ml pro
oecutiug the two young oflicors
unless ordered to do so by tho Ex
ecutive. That b dv had already
given him orders u t to prosecute.
Wnrrlmon any lull.
Tkoo. H. Davies & Co., ogenta
for tho 0. A. S. S. lino, received
1. 4 1, r A .. a I Knl . n A li . a , m.l n n
UJf 111U ilLUOUUllU 1U13 U4ULU1UAJ,
nows that tho Warnmoo had boen
delayed a day on account of tho
mails for tho Colonies. Accord
ing to that sho will bo in some
time today or early in tho morn
ing. Concord Aalmro AuMii'
The Concord seems to bo a vory
uufortunnto boat in the matter of
running aground. Whilo coming
in tho channel this morning sho
ran aground near tho lighthouse
and wae taken off by the tug boat.
The Warrimoo arrived from
Vauoouverund Victoria just as tho
Bulletin was going to press. Sho
sails for the Oolonios at 7 a. m.
Sunday, Octobor 30.
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Pacific Coast Delegates Cave Unavailing OpposI
lion Independent York Here to
Await a Conference.
Washington, Oct. 21. Tho gou
eral convoution of tho Episcopal
church today adopted a resolution
rocommonding a conforeuco with
tho Church of England beforo en
tering upon independent work in
Hawaii, the two churches doing
joint work there now nndor agree
ment. Tho Pacific Coast dele
gates wanted no delay, but wore
overruled. Provision was made
for the commission to start work
in Uuua ami 1'orto llico at nu
Amonu the propositions adopt
od were thoso establishing n now
luiBmuuiuy uiaiuui in xviuio, unp-
anLiliflcontinuiug further revision
of tuo hymnal, agreeing to fur
ther conference with Iiitdiops on
final ' dato of adjournment, and
naming a special committee to re
port on tho question of a standard
Tho establishment of tho gener
al features of a judicial system
for tho church came up on tho
consideration of article IX of tho
proposed rovision of the constitu
tion. As finally presented tho
artiolo provides courts for trviuii
of Bishop?, pro-byters and dea
cons, courts of review and an ul
timate court of appoals to consi
der questions of doctrino, faith or
worship. The maiu criticism was
directed anainsttln clauso provid
ing that Bishops shall be tried by
''Bishops only." The clause was
retained after much discussion
and n vote
Tho House of Bishops agreed
on a committee of fivo Bishops
South Dakota, New Mexico and
Arizona, tho Platto, Spokane and
Duluth to prepare a code of
canons for missionary districts.
Clinmplnn Teniili l'luyfr.
Honolulu tennis players ero
already making themselves kuown
in tho States. Nows camo by tho
Australia that Willie Both, well
known hero, wou tho champion
ship in singles in tho Oakland
High school iu a recent tourna
ment. Both won the singles hero
against nil comers in tho last tour
namant He was n member of the
Junior Branch of the Pacific Ten
At theKickapoo show last night,
Dr. Hunter announced that tho
show would closo a weok from
Monday night. From here Eickn
poo show will go to tho other isl
ands, roturuing hero in timo to
tako tho boat for Fiji.
Mucin' Hle coitimrnces T'Uluy.
Tifllfna' fullinri in vlalf tiw1ia'
store on Monday and Tuesday will
miss an opportunity to buy dress
goods that seldom occurs.
Royal tnakc tho fond pure,
wbolcsomo sod delicious.
ROYAt BAKTNO POWOeHCO., NfWVOm
The Sugar Industry Can Bo Conducted Profita
bly By Other Than Colossal Corporations
A gentleman for many years
prominent as it merchant aud
oapitalist, in this city, culled the
atlontion of a Bulletin represen
tative to tho following passages in
the statement regarding tho sugar
industry, which appeared in a
special sheet for circulation
abroad annexed to this morning's
"Tho marKin.of prolixin tho cul
tivation of sugar has been reduced
to so low a point that tho business
cau only bo profitably conducted
on a large scale. Tho plantations
now bomg organized aro on a
basis of from S500.000 to 2,000,
000 cash capital, each.
"Nearly all the sugar plantations
aro carried on by corporations.
''Shares of stock in these cor
porations cau be purchased in tho
Honolulu markets at fair prices."
This man of business said:
"The impression intended to be
convoyed by thoso nssertious iB
false Thoy woro written entirely
iu tho interests of the large cor
"That tho business of sugar
raising 'can only be profitably
couducted on a large ecaln' is un
true. 1 nm interested rayBelf in n
plantation with a capital of loss
than $100,000 and it pays a divid
end of forty por cont. This ought
to satisty capitalists.
"Jt is only this morning that 1
was talking with a man from '
Kona, -Hawaii. He toll in-thitt
thcro is coing to lio a crest de.il of
sugar cano raised there by small
holders ot land. Home if them
ore pulling up their coffeo to ro-
placo it with cane, aud tho same
process is liablo to happou iu
"Does tho Advertiser writer
mean to advocate that wo dou't
want anybody to com n the isl
ands but millionnries ? What
about tho movement for having
European farmers plant caue on
shares, which thoro is good reason
to boliovo will prove successful
and boa great bouefit to tho coun
Several weoks ago M. muted
Patrolman 3am Loslio caught Dr.
Day's horso whilo running away
on Boretania street. Today thoro
arrived at t'io police station a re
cognition r ' tho service rendeiod
iu tho shai-s of u haudtomu oxid
ized silver match box, accompanied
by a note from Dr. Day. Ou the
sido of the match box was this in
scription: "Sam LeBli fiom F
It. Day." Marshal Brown hand
ed tho present to Loli-.
Moro California C'iiIiimMji.
Another 'contingent of Califor
nia farmers with families arrived
in tho Australia t lny. Thoy
comprise: Mr. and Mih. Brown
audeix children. Three of the
latter aro sturdy boys of respec
tively 15, 18 aud 20 years of age.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, JudkinB, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Brabazon aud
two children. C. 13. Kennedy.
Umlli nt Hen.
Mrs. M. W. Crooks of Mokawno
died on tho Australia October 26,
in Int. 28 10 N and long 1-15 28 W.
Deceased was vory ill with cancer
whon she wont aboard tho steamer
in San Fraucisco. Tho body will
lio takou to tho home of tho do
ceased on Tuosday.
As yet the Board of Health has
received no reply from Colonel
Barber to tho note transmitting
resolutions on tho sanitary condi
tions at tho camps.
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Large Blocks of Walalui Taken by Mr. RIthct
and Two Honolulu Capitalist Good
Feeling in San Francisco.
Colonel J. H. Sopor was sold
every dollar the million block of
Wuialua Agricultnaral Company's
shares in San Francisco. Tho
latest deals amounting to $300,00; i
were made tho ovpning bofore tho
sailing of the Australia, It. P.
Itithot took n big slice. Jus. A.
Hopper and Jr ln A. McCandless
iuvested 8100,000 each in Wuia
lua. Tho million sold by Colonel
Soper was placed in his hands for
sale on commission by B.F. Dil
liugham. Whilo time was pasting
for organization with nothing
as to Cvilouel Soper'a success or
otherwise, Mr. Dillingham sub
scribed for a million dollars of tho
slock to cover tho absent al'ot
ment. The million thus doublod
makes just one million dollars'
worth'of shares engaged over and
above the authorized capital stock
of the corporation. It iB a matter
to be ananged entirely between
Mr. Dillingham and his agent for
tho snlo of tho shares.
At a meeting of tho Waialua
Agricultural Company yesterday,
tho articles of association woro ac
cepted from tho Government.
A gontleman who returned from
San Frnacicco in the Australia
sayB thoro soems to bo evou moro
buoyaucy'of feeling regarding tho
prospects of Hawaiian sugar at
tho Coast than iu Honolulu.
, Ntiira f ho Trampnrta.
Tho number of meu to bo sent
on tue remaining transports lias
been so reduced below tho number.
that tho ships carried on their
first pasuge to Manila that it
would now eeora necessary to
mako uso of one of tho transports
not yet returned. It is Gnnoral
Morriam's intontion to send back
the City of Puebla and to dis
charge from commission tho Itio
de Janoiro, Peru and City of Para,
says tho S. F. Chronicle of Octo
Tho sailing of the Ohio and In
diana was dolayod Bevoral days on
account of uuforseen obstructions.
The Pennsylvania will not gpt
started from Snn Frnncisco uutil
about November i or fi.
Tlint lllcycle lure.
John Silvn, tho "Monoa Wonder'
and Ohns. ltichardson, tho bicycle
enthusiast from C mp McKiuloy,
met at this offioo this morning.
Richardson agreed to givo Silva
tho pick of auy eourso about the
oity or suburbs, fivo miles out and
r turn. If Hub propo-ition is ac
cented within a wook, a forfeit
will he put up by both sides aud
tho rnco against a timo limit run
otf uithiu 20 days, providing per
mis-inn to uso corlaiu streots can
bu obtained from Marshal Brown.
No basobull today.
BAILEY'S ME BITS.
Rubber Is ery scarce and sleailly advancing In
price, llkyclet lire and lubes, also Carriage tires
are likely to advance In price, ;o cents a PAIR ad
vance already on some tires. NO ADVANCE
The o Inch wheel will not take the place of the it
as advertised by some manufacturer In 99, canvass
of various makers has resulted In an estimated of
from 1 to 10 per cent. "The Cycle Age" says It Is
a passing faJ, like the ,olnch front wheel of a few
years aco. and the very low head of. this vear. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reliability which gains and keeps the popular favor.
Illcycles will be doenrated, and appearance In 'ot),
stuJed even by those makers who have held back
from using transfers striping, etc , the demand Is
for decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers.
I1AILEYS HONOLULU CYCLCRY, i King
street has good second hand wheels at Si;, with new
tires $30 to $35. NEW UlQdes Jw '97 model. The
Reliable Stprmer Wheels '98 model at $40 guaranteed
1 ear. Aland W tires.
Repairs of all kinds.
Si rer month keeps your Hike cleaned, oiled ana
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
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The Reported Purchaser Refers to Capitalistic
Friends Who Profess to Know Not
ing of the Matter.
"San Jose, Oct. 21. Tho salool
tho St. James Hotel to J a met
Campbell, the Honolulu capitalist,
is now being arranged, and trans
fer of tho pioporly will bo made
in about a mouth. At present
Campbell is at tho islauds, but
will roiurn shortly, whon tho Bale
will be consummated. This report
was confirmed nt tho hotel this
ovonitig. Tho price, will not be
tnndo public at present.
"Tho hotel is now tho propoiU
of tho regents of the Uuiversity of
California, who purchased it at
public sale a fow menths ago to
satitfy a $75,000 mortgage given
to pocure a loan from tho Lick
"Campbell and his family havo
flnmit their nntmnnra hnre fur fipv-
er.il yearB past, and it is said thoy
will make their homo uero in tuo
future. Tho purchaso of the hotel
is believed to bo but the first of a
number of investments this cap
italist will mako in San Jose."
Mr. Campbell was shown the
forgoing dispatch, cut from a San
Francisco paper, aud adcjd if he
could throw light ou tho subject.
"You had better seo Mr Brown
about it," said the gentleman
smilingly; "or Mr. Maofarlane,"
ho added with a getturo toward
Georgu W. Macfarlano with whom
ho had jUKt been conversing.
'T flnti'l irnnw nnvthinrr nlimit
it," was all Mr. Maofarlauo said,
but ho hid something behind a
kuowing smile also Ho paused
"I don't know anything about
it," Cecil Brown said ns he handed
back the cutting. Ho looked real
eorious until he was asked:
"Diplomatically or technically,
do jou moan?"
Then ho "smolo," but repented
the stereotypod answer. Mr.
Brown, who is Mr. CampbeBV
nrrnnf nnrrlnitrwl kr miii firm tV
deny that lio was shortly to go to
Tho Bullktin would congratu
late Mr. Campbell ou his purchase,
and its first reproeoi.tative to vi-it
San Joso will bo glad to patronize
his hotel at tho usual rates to tho
p m ii
Will lio Anollior FooeliMl Unmv.
It ha9 been decided to keop tho
Arizona hero for at least ton days
so that necdod ropairs may bo at
This being tho case, nnothor
gamo of football will bo played
between the Town and Pennsyl
vania boys. Tho former aro anxi
ous to get auother trial at the
visitors while the latter are por
foctly willing to play.
Tho thing for tho Town boys to
do now iajo turn out on Monday
aftomoon and every other day
until tho game takes place.
V 111 Tnku Heu Voyuiio,
Mr. and Mrs John Ena will
leavo for a trip to tho Slates iu tho
It. P. Itithet, Monday aftomoon
Mr. Ena has not beon very well of
Into and will tako tho ocean voy
ago for his health.
Dr. and Mrs. Humphris will
also bo passengers in tho It. P.
Itithet. Dr. Humphris has also
been under tho weather of late.
Una Ilvcomt) a Xur,
Mies May Hoffman, ouo of the
leading society youug ladies of
San I ranciseo and n sister of
Southard Hotlmnn, now here, has
gone to Uollevuo hospital, Now
York, to be a trained nuiso. Minn
Hoffman was horo on a visit a
couple of years ago.
J. D. Young at Their Head-Will Hold a Con-
h-ence With Members of the
Vnucouver, B. C, Oct. 29.
Eight Mormon inisBiuaries leav
hero by tho Warrimoo tomorrow
for Honolulu. At thoir head ia J.
D. Young, a descendant of tho
famous Brigham Young.
In an intervio.' he Hfiid that
vory fa vorabl 3 reports havo been
received from tho twon'.y-fivo rep
resentatives of his feet now in tho
Hawaiian Islands and the church
authorities havo decided to inau
gurate an active campaign to
Chri-tiauizo the unlives of tho
islands. Tho mifBionaries now
here will meit thoir fellow-workers
iu a conference Io bo hold iu Ho
nolulu, aud thoy will arrange how
best to distribute their forces over
tho country nnd attaiu tho best re
sults. Mr. Young, who is a very clever
teacher, is enthusiastic over tho
work nud expects to form stroug
churches under the new American
institutions on th-i island". Moro
midsiouniios will bo font out na
tho work increases, so that tho
plan of securiug the Mormon
cause on a prmnnent basis may
3IU N'ulniiiU .ilurrlrd.
. Many society proplo will remem
ber tho visit hum of Miss Jes6io
Nowlaods, niece of CongroBsmau
(New-lands, whose resolution an
nexed this countrv to tho Unitul
Tno nows enme by the Australia
that Miss Ncwlands wan married
yesterday, October 28, to Mr. El
dredge of Washingtou, D. O.
Not tlin Ilnln.
Tho report that a teicher in tho
public schools ia toacliiug her
pupils tho hula Hcems. to havo
orison from the fact that tho teach-er-
in question haVo introduced
calesthonics into tho day's exer
cises. Tho teacher against whom
the complaint whb iua.!o will de
mand an investigation aud ru
tractiou. Gen. Wootl'a I'lOrlaiiilttloii.
Santiago de Cuba, October 21.
-Gouoral Leonard Wood, Mili
tery Governor pro torn, of tho De
partment of SauMairo, today is
sued a proclamation, which is a
sort of provisional declaration of
It ib luruely based on tho con
stitution of the United Slates.
I.llllnn llussell la Air" In nivllrtrd.
Now York, Oct. 21. Lilliaa
Bussell is again free from matri
monial ties. Siguor Perugini,
whoso wifo fho had been sinoo
January 21, 18(J4, o t-rday re
ceived a deoroe of divoreo in tho
Chancery Court iu Jersey City.
Highest Honors World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Orapc Cream of Tartar Powder.
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