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LIVU PAPL-R The Bulletin
Contains Exclusive, Snappy
News of Importance.
Vol. V. No. 1055.
BIDS ON NEW PALI ROAD
Only Two Firms Tender for Whole Job
Bid -Another for Single Sic'lon
The Amounts Exceed
Hits fnr hnildinjr the proposed
now mnd to the Pnli wpro nponid
nt Um lnt rior Office nt noon.
Clns B Di lit put in his ton
(1. i in n l'o k for tho wbolo dis
tnnee, 'Jo,:!'!'! f.'ct, or iibmit five
mil' m nt $20,075
Wil mi A; Whilehou'o put in
S rti-ii l-fi I no foi-t
.('!.. 2-1 1.25') feot.
' E. B TlioniiiR
tin KeNo tt tin:
Heet on 2
S etiou 3
tendered by bpc
OhiI Jensen bill on'y upon Sec
ti n 3, bis Injure brinu 811,900
Until of the bills b t ctioiiB are
nuni iih'ivf tl'o nupropnatinu,
which is $30,000. Mr. Dwiglit'.
Inmp bid is above the bnlnuco of
appropriation, there having been
pnyra nts nun of it for preliini
nnry expenses includini! survey.
.The loTKHHt transaction Binre
tlio f minium of tho stock ex
c'.iinuo took place Ibis morning in
the i Imi'giuu hands oi 1JU sliHr s
or Ewn Hinck nt 8235. T. F.
Laiifiim nold ttiGio. 11 Cartor
Ilitt nmoint nguna'(UlTi 830,550.
Thorn i'h great netivity iu Ewa tt
"pi8it and with whnt sold on
Vb mu'P and t'eot salee re.orlod
ti'O sdes f 274 sharp h ivo taken
pi oo ico S tuidns seteion.
AM r tin sales th's morning
$232 was bid but not nccept (I
S35 hning naked nnd tho quotn
t Miw e'osul nt thopo figures. For
, Oiihu SI.1).") wits bid 157'. being
the Ht-kiiif! price, Nino t-hnreB of
O din sold mi tho htro-t at S157
Tin innnib'y rnport of the
triuiH. ctioiiH on 'idiutiRQ wns in
Hnod in foijunciion with tbo regit
bir ilu y list today. During tlip
iiiontli tho total Bibs rppoitod
from tho strpt nnd on 'chnupo
Imvo hi on n 429 elmree hihI
Oahn 504 shares. Tho otlifr
Btix'Ics run much ligbtor. The
lowot fo ling price of Ewn lin
bf-on $230 nud tho bichost $230
whilo firOibu tho AbhpsbhI)Ip
b'ocIc h'i8 ild for $134 'ov nnd
914' highest mi'l tuo L'nul up
J5I05 lowiiml S10Y high.
SultJiK' at Si-a.
Ab liny, it Cliiiio-o pri oaor ou
bis vs uy in tho Kinnu Frnat Mnliu-
kona t( Hi'o, there t s ivooutn
Bonlonco imposed iu i lie Kolmlii
couit for unliiwful pn86eahion of
ontiim. iumppcl overboard Wod-
nesilnv at about 11 n. m. An nt
tempt wns mndo to save the mnn
but -notification of tho event did
not rPHch tlm olli ith of tbo steam
er until it was too Into. Tbo Ohi
nanmu wan not hawlcnffwl nnd no
idea of Biiicido, for sucb a shnit
terra hb t'at imposed, entered Uip
mind of Officer Punnnui, who bad
the prisoner in chnrgo.
Police Court Note.
There wore 01 cases in tbo Po-
lico Court this morning. This is
- tbo laruost calendar that has been
presented to Judco Wilcox for
Bomo tirao. Most of tbo cases were
continued to other dntos. Several
wero nolle pros'd. Naknraura wbb
fined $10 nnd costs' for assnult and
battery; Moses Kalua was Bentono'
ed to imprisonment nt bnrd labor
for six months on the obargo of
Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Wright are
staying at tbo Arlington. Whon
tbo bridal party arrived there from
Wnianae, tho brido wroto her now
name for. tbo first time in signing
tbe hotel register.
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ZERBE CLAIM DISALLOWED
But Supreme Court Suggests Legisla
tive Relief for Plaintiff.
An Action for More Thin Contract Stipulates
Docs Hot Hold -The Collector General
Has Discretion in Disbursing Pay.
Tbo Supreme Court has decided
in fnvr of tho OoverniiiHijt up m
the Mtit of H.Z'ibo nuaintd tho
Collector Geueuil of CuB'omB for
halance of enlury ub npprd-or Ii
is found thero uns a contract by
tthicb plainiitT wis to receive u
huudred dnllnrs n mnuth for bit
nerviccB, and ho cannot reiover
inoro bpcam-o 'ds poi vices wjio
worth more or b cause o' herd ro
eoived more for liko koi vices. 'I bo
Court finds considerations, bow
v r, "togt-ther with the fact that
the plaintiff was doing responsible
work which had previously b on
ilono by two mot)," which it snytt
"might well be favorably cousid
retl by the Legislu'ure."
Following U tbo law on tbo sub
jVft: "A general appropriation
for tbo pay of appraisers and ex
aminers iu the custom house may
be disbursed by the collector uou
ernMn bis dtdureliou avoiding to
th' fig'oemouts ho may mnko with
"Wboro there is a deGuito
amount agreed up.iu for corapou
Brttion for Borvices to be rendered
by hu omployo of the government,
nn action upon a quantum meruit
for increased duties subsequently
performed will not die."
G A. Davis for plaintiff; Attor
ney General for defendant.
Cnuulil Oiifi Tin.
Georco Mitoholl, one iof the
Custom Houso tuardB, canrod a
Chiuuman from tbo Wtirnraob
Snturday niyiht. Tbe fellow bnd
tnkon a boat from tho Pacific Mai!
wharf and was iu tbo not of going
anbore nt tho inter-Island wharf
when Mitelioll caught him. Hid
den nway iu tho CbinHraau's am
p'o trousers, just iu the tmnchy
port tbnt comes nt tho anklo, was
a tin of fiuo Ilongkoug opium
The follow was locked up in tho
police station. lie is charged with
Tbo Prnotiliouois Club met nt
tho now home of Dr. Wood Satur
day night. There woiosomotwolvo
mombeiR present The t pio of the
inoetiug wn "Tbe diagnosis of
lourosy." lho subject, being so
well known to tho physicinuB of
tho city, proved most interostins'
and niatructivo to all present. The
lnlorinnl discussion nnisheu, a
light supper wns skived.
Cliuiitfe of Purser.
Nows has beou received hero
that. Purser Comfort of tbo O. &
O. IS. S. Doric is sliortly to take
tho sumo poet on the Amorica
Maru and that Win. Mngeo, an
old nnd trusted employee of the
Pacific Mail Co. i-i lo take tho pobt
of pursor on tho Nippon-Maru.
No liars Visitor.
Visitors will no lougor be al
lowed at tho military hospital on
King streot. This order has been
givon out by Surgeon Major
Davis, in chirgo at the hospital.
Royal make tbe food pure,
wbolceonie and dellcleaa.
IIOVAl BAktM rowot N eo.i HtW VOM.
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Keep Abreast of the Times and
HONOLULU, n. I., MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1808.
SITUATION IS IMPROVED
Hew Fever Hospital to be Located at
Colonel Buber Rushing Mitten to Prepare for
the Winter Season -Taking ol Land, a
From proiont indicntionH
local health authorities and
military nre nonring an end.
Sunday nftorunoii Gnoruo
Smith nnd Dr. C B. Wood randen
tour of the gnrrison. Their repoi t
will bo rondo to tho Doard of
Health. It is confidently assorted
that they found Camp M Kinby
in p-rfect BautUry ondition tli
olliccrrt in charge hnviug promptly
wiped out as fust as possible all
cause for complaint. At Camp
Ots lliero is still eorao ciuipo fur
complaint, but it is nuticipilol
that this will bo remedied.
Since Col. Barber nsmiroed full
charge of tbo Honolulu gnrrison
tho work of getting rendy for wint
er quartors has gouo ahead with a
Tho moat important movo has
boon tho seeming of Buena Viet
iu Nuuanti valley for a fevor ho
pit'al. Tbe temporary hospital on
tkcDow property will be abandon
ed nnd the men movo I up the val
ley as Boon as possible. As soon
ris transportation facilities will
allow tho New York boys will bo
moved from, their present camp to
a placo 'beyond Diamond Ilend
wlicro ono or two companies aro
now located. It is mipposod they
will remain tboro until tbo perma
nent barracks are erected and tho
mou can bo proporly placed in
propor winter quarters. At pro
Bent all tbe teams of tbo military
and many from Hustncc it Co are
on) ployed carting lnrabor and
other material for the now bur-
Hoarding tlio taking of land
by tho military authorites,it is said
that tboy lmvo taken this nction as
a military necessity. Tbo rainy
season is coming ou nnd consider
ing tlio health at the garrison
something must bo done. It is
also Bnid tbnt the commanding
otb'cor in bia statement to bis de
partment will recommond liberal
leimbursoment to the ownors of
CAI'TUItHO AT I.ANT.
IM. Alilrlch I'miml In Iivllrl TliU
Ed. Aldrich wns enptnred in
Iwiloi at about 1:30 o'clock this
morning after having been search
ed for it bout ton days by tho
polico. It was through natives
that Doputy Marshal Chilling
worth learned of tho whereabouts
of a white man. TIip location
was an u por room at tbo Govorn
raent wa i bouse. Included in tbe
posso tlifiK started atter Aldricu
wero Deputy Marshal Ohilliug
wortb, Gapt. Knnno and Bicycle
Patrolmou Jackson nnd Bnkor.
Tho men went to tho room iu
which Aldrich was supposed to bo
hiding. Each was assiguod a
A noiso was mado and Aldrudi
was hoard to movo at'out. Boon
bo triod to get to tlio io if through
tho window. Eapiu ui called
throe timoa for the man t j halt
and then fired.
Tho otbor officers wore soon up
tbo stairs and in a short time Al
drich was arrested. Ho mado no
Aldrich olaims to bo innocout
of tho ugly charge of counterfeit
ing money. Ho believes tho
polico "have it in for him." Al
drich wjl.1 fight, his cjiso.
Tho Town football team boys
lmvo about decided to allow tho
Punahon, ionm to'play tho Ponn
sylvanias Saturday aftomoou.
They fool that, sinco th3y bavo
had two games with tho visitore,
Uiey can afford to let tho collogo
boys got a littlo practise.
Claronce M. White i'b soriously
ill at his hems.
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Change Yonr Ads, Often in the
POPULAR STEAMSHIP RATES
They are Adopted by the P. H. S. Co.
and 0. 0. S. Co.
Reduction In Fares From and To This Pod
Something About tho Llut's
" Tim stenmships of tho Pcifie
Mail S'o unship C 'lnptny nnd tin
UCCIlletltal t Ulll'llthl O.I'MIIIBMp
Uiimpnuy are tho umst iu Ui
Pacific. Their cmstiiiciou i
-ulistaiitial. They posso-s opo
and tli ir flccommodn'ious nro
MCogni.el, nud recognized uiori
fnvornbly by the tnivocinp publ c
I heiintlicersaroallcoiiii ot i. t mo
-clunled in eotinans, ip nnd
wh .ho olUuiency is ei lm c d i..
years ofpinciical oxp r once on
tho ocean. They contribute at id
iuies to lho com'ort of p.sseij-uer-t,
and 1 10-0 wlio hive iiimiIi hii
ocenu voyage know what tho at
toution t f tho ex ciouc'd ineauh
when churned up on the deep.
The table sot on the etpamors i
uot excelled by lenditiii bo t -'ri"?
ou tbn inuinlnud Too b-nhs nr
roomy, and the Europi'iin steoine
iu sleopiug ncomiuodatio'iB ct'tii
I)rea favoiiibly w th those higher
prieed on other boat.
As popu nr as the lino li'is been
its popularity is now enhanced
Tho liuo,rocoguis!ing tho commer
cal and innterinl itnportun -e of
Honolulu, has recently reduced its
prices without curtailing 'ts ' m--commodations.
popular priceB bavo been ndopted:
Eor San Francisco Gabi i :r7t"i;
European steerage S23; Yokoha
ma Cabin 81C0; European bteer
auo 85; llotigkotiu' Oabiu Jl7n;
Europoan Bteerago 5100.
Uound trip: rr Sm n rancis
co Oibin, lmo,sSI25; Yokoha
ma Cabin, 4 mo a S225; Cabin
12 mo's $2G2.C0; Hnnuknug
Cabin, 4 rbo's $202 50; Cabin, 12
.no's 310 25.
Tho fiim of H. Hnckfold & G.
Ltd. art, tho Honolulu agents f r
The Orvr !liirkel
irendbonrds are placed at tli'
graves of United Stat fluid b rs iu
Nnunnu cemotery. Thus their
friends far away will bo able to
have lho gravja identified, oih-r
for the erection of penuanoiil
mouumnuts over tliem or tho ic
moval of the bod'es for burial nl
homo. Tho thoughtful service
was tho idea of Mrs. Widditiel 1.
expressed some timn ago nt a
meeting of lho Pvd Cross Society
Tbn pnu'Hgement of Miss Annn
Victoria Stiatemeyor, dauphter o'
Port Smveyor (ieorgo Srrate-
mojor, to Chnilos Cbiliing.voril ,
Second Doputy Marshal, is au
UutluCoJ. liot'a y uun p Upl. ult
very popular and well thought i f
Pre'clK'tl In Nt. Auilretr'e.
ltov. Carl Schwartz, chaplain of
1 the New York Volunteer, prencl -'t'dbeforo
tho Fiist Congregation
iu St. Andtows cathedial at the
Sunday morning setvico. His
seiiuomvas moBt koouly nppreci
ated by tho largo congregation
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS.
iti:m8 op inti:kest to hioyoi.i:
Rubber Is very scarce anj tteaJily aJvancIni; In
price Illcyclei lire anl lubes, also Catrlaee tires
are likely Iu advance In price, , o cents a PAIR ad
vance already on some tires, NO AUVANCX
Tbe o Inch wheel will not take the place ol the 98
as aJverllsed by some manufacturer In 09, canvass
of various makers has resulted In an estlmateJ of
from 1 to 10 per cent, "The Cycle Aee" sa s It Is
a passlns fad, like the o Inch front wheel of a few
years ago, ani the very low head ot this year Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to insure
reliability which gains and. keeps the popular favor
Uicvcles will bedocorated. and aenearance In 09.
sluded even by those makers who have he! J back
from uslnc transfers striping, etc., the demand Is
for decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
nAILHYS HONOLULU CYCLERY. ai King
street has good second hand wheels at $15, with new
tires $jo to 1)5, NI.W Illcycles $10 '07 model The
Reliable Stormer Wheels g9 model at J40 guaranteed
1 year, Aland W tires.
Kepairs 01 all klnjs,
$1 per month keeps your nike cleaned, olted and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
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JUDGE GARDNER K. WILDER
Ippointment Hade This Horning by tho
lomntlsslon for Both Third and Fourth Judicial
Circuits -Appointee Has Experience at
Bar and Knows Hawaiian.
Onrdnor K. Wilder, ot t'io Ihw
-inn Wilder, Wakeli Id .fe Wuo
1 no, has bpou appoiutid Jmlg ol
in- Circuit CourlB of tho Four Ii
ml Fifth Circuits, whose ju is
.iftinu covers tho island of 11 a
nii. This act was douo by tin
Kx -I'utivo Council at its sess-o
s moriiiug. Tho nnpointuiHi t
i to fill thovnenucy caueed by the
death of Judge E. G. Ilitehioek
.idgo WiTdor, whom ilif Hut,
i-tin conuratulntes with plonaun ,
ii the eldest son of Win. O. W Id
r, presMeutof tho Senate. Alte
u edncntioQ in tho Ilonolul
hoola, be nltouded Ann Ari oi
University, and graduated f'Ou.
,ia lav Bohool. Mr. Wilder wiih
dmitted to tho Hawaiiiu Bar oi
eititicnto from Michigan iu Oc o
b. r, 1883. 8oon after bo win
mado tho prosecuting nfiio r
in tho Honolulu Dist iot
Court tiudor corami8-ii..i
us D-pnty Marshal. Seven yoirc
no be was Deputy Attorney Gen
oral, psBsing f 10m under ono At
torney General to another iu rapid
succession during tbo mauy Cabi
net crises preceding tho revolution
For eorne years post Mr. Wilder
has enjoyed a lucrative practice nt
rid . Not tlio lenst ot ins quniin-
iitions for tbo double judgeship
of Hnwaii is Mr. Wiluor's gooi
-uoAlvdao of tbo Hnwitiiau Inn
in-o nnd nativo busiuoBs anil
Ntruck With Ilottlv.
There was a bloody fight be
weeu Joiquiril Alraefln nnd Sn
duo Silvn at tho corner of Emma
.ul Punchbowl stroeta Satunlny
iUht. Silva claims Almedn in
obod him. At any rate, lho
'ormor got possession of n bottle
mil pn ceeded to mash tho face of
nit ant goniBt,who isnowconlinod
o Ids house with very bad wuuudn
Silva himpolE received u severe
scratching about tho face. Ho n
uri-etol booh nfter tbo fiuht.
Hnwniinn Mr nud Mrs J ('
lSvnuri, Whatcom, Wash; Mrs II
V Milliken, Miss M D HayneB
VngustR, Me; W Weddel, Loudon,
Kng; J J Kelley.Worroster, Mush;
Joshua Crnno Jr, Mi-B Cr n-,
Boston, Mass; Geo F llenton, Ko
lila; A ltobtnBon, Cbas Gay, Miss
Gav, Miss Ethel E Gay, Makawt-
Arlinutou G Siober and wife,
Marvsvillo. Cal; Mrs E L Chub
uok, r H E Mclutire, Hudson,'
Wia; AVm Kinney, Uilo; W it
Wright, Edmund Stiles, G E
Smithies, J S Low, L It A Hardy.
C A Widemnun and Mrs W 11
I'uUa Pli htoiiped.
The Foo Kwai Chin and Ghonp
Keo pnka pio buukors stnrled full
blast last Saturday. Tho hours ol
2 aud 10 p. m. wero aunouucoJ bj
tho runners ns tho tuuu for the
first and second drawings. The
polico got tho nows and set to
work. At uigut time iwenty-one
Chinnmen woro nrrostfor uinniug
the gamo. Soven of tueso wen
head agents whilo tho romaindei
wero under ngonts. Tbe banks
have uot rocoveied from the death
Monument to Antone Itotn,
Mr. Thompson, president of tho
Uuion Monumental Company of
Washington, returned to Seattle
in tbo steamer City of Columbia.
Ho laid ninoB durincr tlio Bovornl
woeks Of his stay for considerable"
imsinesB noro. Among oiuoromers
carriod away wasnue for a granito
monuraont to the Into Antnno
Hosa provided to be erected by
members of the Bar as n token of
thoir regard for his raomory.
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Keep Up With the LIVE
News in the
LIVE PAPER by LIVE
Pmon 5 Ohnts.
EUROPE N AND JAPANESE
Important Understandings Between Gov
ernment and Planters on Labor.
One Thousand Porlugiuss Being Order&d -Jo
Hary'rn Alter Italians -Limit on
Thore was n conference in Pre-
idenl Do'e's executive chamber
this fore no m bptwven tho Execu-
ivo Council aud tlio Trustees of
h Hawaiian Pninteis' Ai-socia-
P oseut: President Dole, Min
ixiprs Cooper, Uaiuon, King nnd
Smith; II l" Bddwin.'W G Irwin,
F ASchaefer, J F HuekMd, W M
Swanzy, C BoMe J U Atherton
nitl Goo H jtobeitfon.
It wuh ngro'il ih it Jnpincso im
miizratiou be kept clo3 down to
iclual labor riquireineiils, 'reynnl
being bnd to pre-ent hikI proapeo
iv p'aut tion txpmsio i.
ft wns repotted tli nt Jos. Mnrs-
len bntl goii to Italy to recruit
It than laborers for Hawaii, of tho
me class as nro etu ployed iu
Aim), it was nunnuneed that W.
t. Irwin A Co. were i-ouding nn
onlor, ou bohnlf of the A'socin
(ion, by the ti'tit mail for ono
thousand Poituuueso lanor immi
grants, to b' recruited through tho
tRency of Hoffnung fe Co., Lon
TIih llllo Murder.
By an iiiterviow with Jub. A.
riiompsnii it in learned that tho
u'horitioB think they have goo'd
cucs agaiust two Cbiuamen. Ono
is the man who escaped, Wong
Chung Tai alias Abuu;.', nnd'thu
other Ah Fat, who was nrro.-ted.
Tho invosiigntion up to lho lat
ost hour had revealed that when
the Sc!'tt"h luua, William Duguid,
t'.d Ah Fat unio having a duel
with hues, Abuup unue up and'
dealt a ttiiiiniug blow upou tho
top of tbe forolifiid.
Dnttli Anionic NoMlrra.
Wm. F. Oorodrch.Co. O, First
Nw York, died at ti-o military
iiospitul of typhoid lover Sunday.
His fiiLOiul took plnco this after
Privnlo Ceveter, Co O, First
Now York, died at ho butuc plnco
y.i- torday. llis funernl will Uilco
Tho funernl of G o. W. Niomnn,
Co. B, First Nebrut-kn, uns hold
Interior Olllco Cliunuea.
Curtis P. Iaiik-a retires to
morrow fiom the Bicretiryship of
the Land Office. Ho will bo suc
enlpd by Ed. Boyd of tho Interior
department, to whoeo cloikahip
Gin Rcre w'll bo p'o r-ot (1. In
plnco ot BoiO is npi ointed Arclu
Smithies, now obrk in P. S. U.
branch of tho po-t office.
Klertrlo I.tsrlit Inaiii'ctlon.
The Government has appointed
F. J. Cross, electiical expert, andt'
Lieutenant Coolidue, U S. Engi
neer, with Superintendent Buck,
to mnko n thorough it gpection of
the GovoTiiment eleitrio light
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
IQ YEARS Tf " -STANDARD,
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