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Vol. V. No. 105G.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1898.
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the other papers combined. ly
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BOYS OFF FOR MANILA
Transports Valencia and Senator Sail
Ken Well Cartd for-R'tfulars Relieved from
Settlng-Up Drill-Ships Rennovaled
The tinnsports Valencia mid
Senator arc sailing ju-ii as flu
ButLuriK toes to press. 'Tim
host will tmvol in company to
Tim guard at tho Itmgard whnrf
was doubled this morning to pro
vout any oE the soldiers from go
iut: up to'Mi. Mut of tlioso who
did go up wont with a guard and
wero hrou jlit buck to ttio ships an
flnon as thoir bnniucss wna attend
The Valencia boys wero treated
well by their ollioors. Each onv
was given his pay so that ho might
gt something to tako along on
the trip, ilio boya woro verj
. highly ulati'd.
The r.'gulars on the Sonatnr
woio kopt aboard ship and giwn
tho "sotting up" exercises. But
few vro allowuil ashore. No pay
was allowi-d the men.
A few days ago Liout Col. Fifo
who hin flmrgrt of both ship a
ranking officer, went aboard tho
Seuator nud told thoso in coin
maud to tako tho mon off aud
allow tho -hip to havo a thorough
airing. This whs dono.
Nriv 1'oniiiliy Start.
Tho Onhu Railway and Lund
Company has now a foundry of i's
own. It is started in counoctiou
with tho carshops. William Mc
Laren, tho veteran mechanic, is
thoforomnn of tho works. This
Vnfternoon too first boat will bo
taken off in tho moulding shop,
ami will consist oE sundry castings
for car building. Tho cupola has
capicity of one and a half tons of
Nov Pnll llrml.
Owing to tho regular bids for
building tho new road to Nnuanu
Pali being beyond the appropria
tion, the Government will prob
ably shortened tho roul up a bit to
get it along. Tho truo distance
from Mr. Sehaefer'a gato to tho
Pali can hardly bo shortened, but
thorn are ways of taking kinks out
of roads all tho same.
Complaint I.ulil In.
A citizen liviug uoar tho Ma
laria hospital on Puuchboivl
s'ops has laid in a complaint
against that placo. He says it is
uusauitary and a disizraco tt tho
place nlso that foul smell omn
nato from tho p'aoo. Olhrs
liviug in tho vicinity nay tint tho
placo could uot be bettor kept and
that it is in a vor good sanitarv
First l.lieiiso Imll.
The first Hcoueo irsuod undor
the light wine and beer law was to
Joao do Souza for a place io Ililo.
Ouo would have gono to Shioznwa
for Wnianao, b it his cabooso is
not ready, The 'it jiibo for North
Hilo will go forwaid whunoverthe
forms aro roturneil ilulv executed.
Ottmau's liconeo for Waikiki h
still in abeyance
Appetizing Till Mire,
D. G. Oamarinos has recoived
on tho steamer Australia a big in
voice of dolicaoies, comprising
tho following: Fresh Salmon,
-Crabs, Frozen OyBtors (tin aud
shell), Apples, Grapes, Figs, Le
mons, Puro Olivo Oil, Dry
Fruit, etc., oto.
No Mora Contract!.
Planters do not expect that
Japaneso laborers coming in tho
future can be put undor contract
owiug to tho law of tho United
If you want a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tel. 3PJ,
and wo guarantoo yoa will bo
CIRCUIT COURT DECISIONS
Privileges Allowed Mclnerny Trnstees
With Consent of Beneficiaries.
Conveyance Ordered on Oral Partition -Rather
Ancient Will from New Zealand
Probated In Honolulu.
Judgo Stnuloy bns reudered a
decision on tho bill io equity for
partition of Jirtwird J. Morgan
vs. Wnbino Kaiu. It refers to
land at Kapaa, Kauai, of which
horo was an oral partition made
prior to July 7, 1881. Tho Court
finds that by tho oral partition a
lino wax established between tint
respective owners coinciding with
ouo diawn by Mr. Neill in 1891
and surveyed, and that conveyance
ratifying such partition should bo
executed by aud betwoeu the pai.
ties plaintiff nnd defendant. The
plaintiff is awarded 875 for tho
use aud occupation bv tho defen
dant of tho west half of tho tire-
mines. Kinnoy it Balloufor plain
tiff; J.T. D.s Bolt for defoudaut.
J. K. Kahookano aud Enoch
Johnson for plaintiffs have filed a
liscoiilinuauco of Kalaau vs. Mrs.
Knmakakaulam and Ching Lum.
Judgo Perry has admitted tho
will of Johnson Beswick "Wilkin
son of Auckland, New Zealaud, to
probate and appointed John D.
Holt Jr. as administrator of tho
proporly within tho flawaiiau Isl
ands undor 250 bond. This will
was executed nt Auckland ou Juno
1G, 18CG, and proband thero on tho
29th day of that month and year.
It left to tho testator's wife Kala
ma, aftor boquosts of fifty pounds
each to a nophew aud niece nud
real estate at Auckland to a
brother, all his household furni
ture, raonoy, sopuritics for monoy
aud personal estate, also all his
landed freehold and leasehold es
tates in tho proviuco of Auckland,
at Honolulu in tho Sandwich Isl
ands, in tho Island of Palmyra,
South Sea Islamic, and wherever
tho sarno might bo situated. Mr.
Holt sought probdto of tho will to
make hid record title good to an
estate and iutorost m tho Honolu
lu laud, which had been purchased
from tho heirs of tho widow Kala
ua aftor her death. Tho laud is
situated at tho enst enrnor, mauka,
of Pauahi nud Mauuakoa streets
nnd is valued at $000. Kinney,
Ballou ifcMoOlaunhan for petition
er. Judgo Porry haB approved tho
accounts and ordered tho discharge
of W. O. Smith, administrator of
eslato of lato U ltioraeuBchneidor.
Judge Stanley has rendered a
decision upon a petition for order
oxempting tha executor and trus
tees uudor the will of tho lato M.
Mclnerny fiom filing any accounts
voaily or otherwise m tho probate
court. Accompauviug the peti
tion were tho wr tt n requests of
all the houeticiaries under tho will
in which thoy waive any right
they may have to reyular aceouut
iugs. In this ciise the will
providod that, aftor all affairs
thoreuuder wero settled, tho bal
nuco romaimng in tho hands of
tho executors is to ho roiaiued by
them as trustees. Tho Court de
cides: "Under the circumstances,
when tho exceptions aro disoharg
cd, I think that the petition should
be so far granted as Io exempt tho
Royal m.k. the food pure,
wholciomo and ilcllcl.al.
NOVAl BAklNO Ky0tM CO.. HTW VOM.
TROOPS TO GARRISON IN HILO
Col. Barber Responds to the Re
quest of Hilo Citizens.
Two Companies of New York Regiment Will Be Sent
Forward Next Tuesday and Another
Follow the Next Week.
Hilo is to have its reward and
beforo next weok is ended tho
boys in blue will bo the wolcomo
and much sought guests of tho
cnpital of tho big island. Tho
Hilo Chamber of Commerce and
tho Editor of the Hawaii Horald
have been at work early and late
to get an assignment of Americnn
tr ups for that place and that Col.
Barber has turned a kindly oar is
testified by the following notico
that was given out this morning:
"In response to tho requests
from tho Hilo Chamber of Com
nierco and tho citizens of Hilo
that a garrison of Amoricau troops
bo stationed nt tout place, two
companies will bo sent to Hilo
next weok and tho transfer from
tho present garrison mado from
"By ordor of Colonel T. H.
petitioners from filiuu accounts,
uoless tho Court should, ouing to
altered circumstances, roquiro an
account or the benoGciarios under
tho will should deinind it. Kin
ney & Ballou for petitioner.
Ileruaeil lo Proarcut.
Late last night, Atitoun Maca
rio was arresttd on the charge of
abduction. It soems that ho mar
ried u young Portuguese girl about
four hours before tho.arrost. It
was thought by tho paitios who
had tho man arrested that the
mnrriago had not takon place.
Mncario was allowed to go until
this in rniug, wiiuu hu was called
bofore Judgo "Wilcox. Tho attor
uoy who mado out tho wairaut
refused to prosecuto, sayiuu that
ho had investigated the affair aud
scon tho matter in a umoreut
The prosecution did not wish to
probecuto tho case, so Judgo Wil
cox discharged tho piisoner, hay
ing, "It i-coiuB that you havo beon
arrested tor running away with
your own wife. You can go now."
CaptaM Simersou of tho Mauua
Loa and Jursor Ueckloy of tho
Kinnu both snid beforo tho dopar
ture of their respoulivo boats this
morning: " There will bo no raco
betwoeu tho two steamers to La
haina." Captain Siinor-o'n t-tated
further: " Our shaft is crippled
nud wo will uot push tho Mauua
Loa. if wo can beat the ivmnu xt
our ordinary speed, nil and good "
ThoMaunaLoaetHrt 'it nutabuut
fivo minutes and twvniy secouds
ahead of tho Kinau.
Th Iloit rin.lvr.
A pieco of ilaunol dampened
with Chamborlaiu's Pain Balm
and bound ou to tho affected parts
is superior to nny piaster. When
troubled with a pain iu tho chest
or sido, or a lamo back, give it a
trial. Yon aro certain to be raoro
than pleased with tho prompt re
lief which it affords. Pain Balm
is also a certain euro for rheuma
tism. For salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Gen. Agts.
ACCIDIS.NT TO I.INICMAN.
A lineman of tho Hawaiian
Electric Co. working in tho Judd
Building fell from a twolve foot
ladder today badly Iactorating his
hands nnd head. He was takon
to tho hospital in an uuconscious
Barber commanding, two compa
nies of hit regiment will leao
Honolulu next Tuesday to inspect
tho site of tho proposed gnnison
aud another company will leave n
week from this date."
This moans that Hilo will hne
a full llo lued United Stites gir
rison and that nt least three com-
panics of tho Now York regiment
will havo an opportunity to sto
something of Hawaiian life and
scenery outsido of Honolulu and
the island of Oahu. Thorn is no
doubt that Hilo will recoivo the
boys in bluo with bands nlaum-
and colors ilyiug. "Whethor thit
menus tho poesiblo roraoval of tho
United States gairison to Hilo is
a question that will bo widelv dis
cussed, but it is now impossible to
obtain nny nnswor from tho mili
a MiT.Mii.i: vnnici.ii.
'Ilio llnnilioino Currliiift. .Iut Coniplri.
l by a Local illaiiuficiory.
If nny of the Bolletin's many
readers dotircs to sen tho meehau
cal proficii-ncy of tho tirtisaus of
tho New Honolulu ho should visit
tho Honolulu Carn'ago Manufac
tory, "W. W. Wright, proprietor.
Mr. Wright has just completed
tho fiuest cntriago over mado on
the Islands. It is for Albert Wil
cox Er.q. of Kxuai. Everything
about tlio carriage was mmlo at
tho Manufactory. Tho iron work
was fashioned by Mr. Wright
himself over the glowiug forgo.
In tho construction of tho car
riage two saliont features wore nl
ways rocogmz d durability and
beauty. Tho vehicle is almost n
immutablo as tho hills. It will
retain its beauty for a gonerntion
and will last anotlior if not more
Tho wood work is of tho best
SensonPll nmtfirinh tlin onaliinnu
are voluptuous, armed with springs
and coered with tho fino-t leather;
tho finihh of the body mirrors ob
jects in its polish, and tho stripiug
is delicate and aitistio.
Tho cartiauo is tho highest re
commendation of its maker's art.
It is woith spoiug.
Honolulu Mrri-t HlenUr,
Thpro hro ouo hundred and fifty
nino miles of s'roet under tho
jurisdiction of tho Honolulu road
suporvinir. The average breadth
"f streets is fifty feot. For tho
greater part they are macadam-
Geo. Manson has takon a posi
tion with F. W. Makiuuoy, soarch
or of records.
iti:ms or intkuest to iuoycli:
Rubber Is try Marco anj KeiJIly ajvanclne In
rrlcc Illc)Cleillrean4 tubes, al.o Carrlace tires
are likely to advance In price, 50 cent, a I'lH aJ
van already on some tires NO AUVANCIi
n I 1 1 1 U .
The olnchwhccl will not lake the place ol the 8
as ajvertlsej by some manufacturer In 09 canvass
nt various makers hasTosulleJ In an estlmatej of
from j to 10 per cent "The Cyifc AKe It Is
a passlnctaj, like the lolnch front wheel of a few
ears ago, anj the very low heaJ of this jear Pro
portionate strength has to be follJweJ out to Insure
reliability which Rains anj keeps the popular favor
Uicycles will be docorateJ, and appearance In og
studed even by those makers who have held back
from uslni; transfers striping etc , the demand Is
for decoration and Hikes will be ornamenlid to suit
the taste of the purchasers
BAILEYS HONOLULU CVCLCKV a King
street has good second hand wheels at Jn with new
tires $n to $ jj NLW Uicycles $10 'or molel The
Reliable Stormer Wheels 98 model at li j guaranteed
1 year, M and W tires
Repairs of all kinds
$1 per month keeps our Ulke cleaned oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
FROM PITCURN ISLAND
Ship Weslgate from Newcastle Called
Hen Went Out In Boats lo Meet Visitor-Cap
tain Neville aud Wire go Abborc
Wlial They Saw. -
Tho British ship Weslgste
which nrived in port iSnmli
o'enoon, called in et Pitcnirr
l-d'tnd. It wns not Captnin No
ville's intention to do this when
tin loft Nawcastlp, N S. V., will,
his hud of coal but the winds kepi
dming him eastward until do
Hindu tho islnud. Captiin Nt-vlllr
tolU tho following story:
"Upcin arrival near tho itdaud
Oct ib r -1, President McCoy, the
principal mon of th p'aco in
eluded, camo out in a boat to greet
us. Just hero it might be mon-
tinned that, wheuov r a ship calls
at Pilcairu, nil work is suspended
mil a gouoral holiday is taken
"Wo woro invited mhoio bv
theso hospitable doscondants of
the mutineers of tho Bounty to
take pot luck at the homo of Mr.
McCoy, tho man who issues the
oiders for each dny'j work, with
the advice, of course, of an advi
sory couucil of sevou of the old
men of tho colony.
"It was a perfect gala day.
Each of tho residents, a hun
dred and thirty six iu nil. did
everything in thoir power to show
us a good timo and, whon we went
off aboard again, wo wero simph
laden with presents of all kinds,
among theso picture, fraiuos made
of cross sections of largo trees
On those nro painted some of tho
flowers of Pitcairn.
"Wo had a good look at the
placo. Tlio houses are covered
ttith straw roofs but tho main
pnrts aro of wood. Around ench
may be soen a garden iu which
grow fruits and vojjotablos for the
pcoplo. In the hills nre goats,
whilo chiekons nro raised by all
Theso, with fish, coustituto the
only ilesh tho islanders havo to
"I must mentiou tho streets
Tlioso, though of course narrow,
aro kopt up in fine stylo. At in
tervals during tho year, a road
making day is aunouueed by tho
Presidont. Each man must needB
thou get out nud 'work on tho
"Of courao tho story of Pitcairn
Inland nnd tho form of govorn
mout jb well kuowu to tho public
but I do wish to emphasize one
fuct tho harmony that ex-
Ms among the peoplo.
Thoy nro perfectly satisfied with
their lot nnd want uovor to leave
tho placo. They have ample up
on which to live. This is uot all.
They cultivato arrow toot and
send it to buch places as Tahiti
for a good prico.
"Tho eohool in Pitcniru is n
good ono. There aro now -10
children who occupy each day tho
room in the largest building ou
tho island. Thero nre hut two
rooms iu this house. Ouo ib tho
schoolroom just tnontionod, while
tho other is the church. 1 miuht
mention just bore that nil tho peo
plo on tho islaud nro Sovsnth Day
Actvontisttsts. Miss iounc. a
native of tho island, is tho present
school teacher. Sho is a friend of
tho Kerr's hero Miss Audree, an
American toachor, loft tho islaud
"Wo remained at Pitcairn Isl
nnd only about threo hours
During that timo we woro ploased
to have a largo number of visitors
camo ahond. "Wo took qui to a
niiraborof photographs and loft
Pitcairn feoliug most grntoful to
tho winds for having blown us so
far to tho ouBtwnrd."
But two snleB woro mado on
'clmngothiB morning S2u00 Ha
waiian Govornment 0 per cent
bonds at par and 10 shares ol
Oahu at S1G5. Tho latter stook
closed, offering at S1CG with no
takers. For Ewa S232J was b
and S210 askod. Ooka'a w r
offered at $91 aud a bid of Ml
mado. 0. 11. &L. Co. w as offered
DISCUSSION ON LAW POINT
Sentence of Arizona Sailor Creates
Discussion on the Subject
C'jiaeso De'cndint Blames Boitswaln Wto,
on Account of Red Tape, Cannot
There wns a wry infproitiug
ivisrt Hi the Pol ico Omirt this fo-TJ-i'0
n of a Chin so nailer fiom tho
trop-hip Aiiznnn who wns ar
rested n coup'o of days aco by
Custom House ofi'ieem for tiding
to smuggle nshoro two boxos of
cigare. I'lin man had p!od guilty
aud this moriiin , ho ws brought
boforo Judge Wilms to lcct-ivo
The Chiuaman laid Ibo blamo
on the biinthwiiiu of tho boat in
which he hhd been doimr chitv.
Judgo Wilcox said Ihm an attempt
had been mado to fin I this man
hut it was f und that it was next
io inipossiiue io git, mm on no
o tint of tho ast amount of ml
tape that must needs be gonu
thiough beforo a nnu can bo tak
en off a troopship.
Judgo Wilc.x further slated
that tho Captain of tho Aii.onu
refused lo havo anything to do
with Mie matter and that t te Cus
tom Hoiieo olllcern woro bentou
having tho man sentenced ns an
example to others who might wish
to do tho same thing.
Just horo nttnmey Pdtil Neu
mann, who was pren'tit in tho
court room ns counsel for a de
foudaut in another case, made a
motion that sentence be suspend
ed ns tho man was certainly bet
ter aboard the Arizona than in
Tho Judge thought, quite a
whilo and finally spoke as follows
to tho defendant: "I wonld ens
pond sentence on you if I could,
but I cannot. Tho pio6ccution
will recommend nothing so that
all there is left for mo to do is to
lino you 850 and costs, which
is tho lowest tln.t cau be imposed
in n case of this kmd "
A prominont ntlornoy speaking
later about tho law under whion
tho Chinnmau was convicted, said:
"I thuik that tnnn should havo
been all-jw-d to go back to tho
troopship after Inning had bin
cigars confiscated. No ono seems
willing to help out the poor fel
low. He cannot pay a fino of SoO
and will therefore have to co to
jail to work out tho fino. Aftor
that, ho is allowed to go free nud
bpcome an nddition to tho CiiiueBo
"Just hero it might bo suggest
ed thnt peoplo bent on gt-tliug
Chiuamen into tho country
might send ton or twonty nBhoro
from pbcIi China steamer, each
ono with a box of ciunrs in his
po-sessinn. Tho express purpeso
would bo to get tho Chiuamen
into tho country.
"What would bo tho result Y
They would ho arrested, final S5D
and cosls and sont to jail. Aftor
having sorved thoir timo, thoy
would bo turned loose on tho com
munity Thoro may be a way to
suud this mon bud; to China after
having servod thir soutenee, but
1 doubt it."
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Mcdnl, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
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