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Vol. Y. No. 1057.
HONOLULU, II. I., "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1898.
Puicu 5 0i:nt3.
NEW LOAN ISSUE RESULTS
THE NEW MANAGER OF EWA
REGULAR MILK INSPECTION
EAGAN TALKS OF MANILA
Backdown of Large Bidder Alone Pre
vents Sale of Whole Amount.
One Hundred Thousand at Small Premium
Many Small Allotments at Par
The Tenders Accepted.
At the inciting of tho.Executivo
Council this morning, Miuislor
Damon Mibmitted tiio following
report oti tlio now five poreont
Honomju', Tl. 1,
October 27, 1898.
Presont: Hon. S. M. Damon,
iMiiiibt-r of Finance; Hon E. P.
Dolo, Deputy Attornoy General;
lleury llnpai, clerk, Finance De
partment. In response ti an advertisement
for sxiilo I tondors dated Soptem
bor 30, 1898, for 8100,000, sub
divided unilur thiee heads, viz.:
Subdivision 1 For 8300,1,00 in
whole or in part, payments to he
made on 110 (lava notice from the
Treasury between December 1,
18!)3, and July 1, 1809; tho follow-1
lug is tho result: j
Vm. G lrwiu, Eq., 100,000
at of 1 percont - 8125. '
Martiu J. W Smith, 8300,000 at I
$1.75 and 15,ti25-l,000,i00 85251.-1
Subdivision i 1-or So.UUO, id
lota not to exceed 850U0 to any ono
party, payment to bo made ou or
before December 1, 1898, tho fol
lowing is tho result:
S. V Wilcox, 85000 t par.
R. "W. T. Purvis, 85000 at par.
Frederick Philp, S5U0O at par.
R L Wilcox, S5000 at par.
Subdivision 3. For 825,000 for
single bonds, each applicant to bo
entitled to only ono bond, pay
ments to bo m tide on or before
December 1, 1898; tho following
is tho result:
Louisa da G. Marcallino, 81000
Julia Perry, 81000 at par.
Flora Perry, 81000 at par
Antonio Perry, S100 at i ar.
9. M. Dvuox,
Minister of Finance.
Mr. Smith, it was announced,
had withdrawn his tender. Ho
was actiug for Sun Francisco
The tondorn of Mr. Irwin in tlio
first subdivision and of all tlio ap
plicants in tho other subdivisions
woro accepted by tho Executive
Council. The aggrogato of bonds
sold is 3121,000.
llllirlit or riuitfiiN.
A residont of Olaa who camo
down by the last Kinau Ins the
following to say nbout the recent
"blight scare" that scorns to have
tak-u hold of tho coffeo growji-
ln Oliin nrwl Tniiii
"I do not believe tho thing is1
na lnil no cniil M'lin nu i iuj Iim vn
sueeoeded, however, iu iiii lug up
a small sized panic.
" Thoro is ono tiling. Ii s
affect tho berry and that ,,u"d
cause for fear that it will do jreat
, damage. However, uooxp-'thas
j "examinod iuto tho matter aud it is
not, yet known whether the diseaso
is blight or fungus 'J hero must
bo something to Htanij 't mit.
" Tho diseaso seen to have
spread only in tho low levels or,
below tho fourtoou mile point.
Above that and particulaily bo
twoon tho twenty and twenty-four
mile points, the coffoo is simply
Tlio I.nt Cur.
The last cars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Falania
pass tho Anchor Saloon. Tho
cloverost mixologists iu tho city
aro thoro alwayB to put you up
nuythiue you may dotiro. Drop
in and tako a drop boforo you take
tho car. The celebrated Hoattlo
boor is to bo had hero on draught.
A full lino of liquors including
John Dowar'B Scotch, O. P. 8.,
etc., always on hand. Tho most
exactiug and Tariod domauda cau
' bo satisfied. Tho Anohor Saloon
is hero to please its patrons.
sails at 12 o'clock
PRIVILEGE OF ATTORNEYS
Judge Perry Hakes an Orders Which
He Ultimately Reverses.
Clash Between Lawyers In Court Over
Native Woman Spendthrift Third Law
yer Comes Into Court.
In tho guardianship matter of
tlio nativo wfamau spendthrift, Ka
lnu Kapukini, before Judgo Perry
yesterday nfternoon, thoro was n
dinrp encountor between J. A.
Mngoon, attorney and tho guar
dian, and Geo. U. Gear, attornoy
for tlio ward seeking release from
Mr. Mngoon for himself do-
manded that Mr. Gear should pro-
tluco tlio contract between mm
and his client. Mr. Gear refused
to do so, but Judgo Perry, after
tho poiut was argued, g.ivo him
until 0:30 this morning to produce
tlio documont in court.
Mr. Guar consulted A. G. M.
Itobertson over night, and that
gentleman annealed for him this
morning. The poiut was argued
over again, aud then Judge Perry
reversed his order. Ho decided
that tho contract betwoeu Mr. Gear
and his client was privileged, and
need not bo producod.
Sprinting Mulch Nitturtliiy.
Thoro is to bo a matched raco,
100 yards dash betweou Corporal
Drum of tho Engineer Corps and
Priyato Wood of tho Now York
regiraont. Drum is tho crack
sprinter of the University of Cali
fornia and holds championship ro
cords. Wood is ono of the swift
foot racers of Now York. Tho raeu
will be held at the Makiki grounds
Saturday, just boforo tho football
match. It is an amateur contost
and no money is up. The raco is
undor tho auspices of the physical
department of tlio Y. M. O. A.
Impure IMooil In hprlnjr.
This is tho almost uuiversal ex
perience. Diminished perspira
tion during winter, rich foodB and
closo confinement indoors are
Homo of tlio causeH. A good
Spring Medicine, like Hood's
Sarsaparilla, is absolutely neces
sary to purify the blood aud put
tho systom in a healthy condition
at this season.
Hood's Pills aro the best family
cathartio aud liver tonic. Gontlo,
Evoryopo will bo glad to learn
that tho Pennsylvania football
team aro to play again bo
foro they leavo for Manila. Pu-
l r ahou will attorn pt to regiin tho
I'hampinnship for th islands noxt
at 3:30 on th Makiki
Tho Town t am lmd a
gome nrrangod for that day, but
has resigned its claim that Puna
hou may have a game with them.
Tho Amateur Orohostrn will
niet for rehearsal tomorrow
Thursday ovoning at tho Y. M. O.
A. hall at 7:15 o'clock. Tho
orchestra has been increased by
the addition of two ladieB Mrs.
Mabel Chamberlain Mead and
Miss Lucy Ward who will bo pie
sent at tho above rehoarsal.
Royal make the food pure,
wbolctonie sod dellclMl
Abi olutcly Puro
RQVU BUtllM PO-Of I CO., KfW VOK.
George F. Renton of Kohala the Choice
Understood He Accepts the Position -Man
Bom and Bred to
W. J..Lowrio, who has accepted
the management of Sprockelsville
plantation, is to ho succeeded at
Ewa by an able nnd experienced
Tho Ewa Plantation Company's
directors havo offered tho position
to Georgo F. Ronton, now mau
ager for tho K hala Sugar Com
pany. Mr. Ronton came to town
Saturday night on a visit to a re
lative, and whilb horo recoived tho
important oll'or. lie returned
homo iu tho Kinau yeiterday, aud
it was understood that ho would
accept tho position.
Tho now manager of Ewa has
been brought up as a sugar plan
ter. Ho is a son of Jnmes Ronton,
tlio veteran and successful plantor
of Kohala, and manager for tho
Uuion Mill Company. All round
the Rontons aro solid mou of Un
wuii in general and Kohala in
PiMvili;ira of N'Me.
Among tho distinguished pas
sengers iu tho Bolgic aro Ping
Yok Toon, soorotary of tho Coreau
Legation at Washington, Capt
Wm. Hnrpor of Gon'l Greene's
staff, E. W. Hardon, correspon
dent of tho Now York Woild who
got dispatches of Dowey'B great
victory to his puper boforo tho
Admiral had sont his message to
tho War Department, Martin
Eagan, tho S. F. Chrouiolo War
Correspondent, nnd MrB. Wood,
wifo of tho oxocutive officer of tho
U. 8. S. Potrol.
Tlit Clinrch Controvitrey.
Tho Auglican church controver
sy is nesumiug au acute phase.
Rov. Alex. Mackintosh has taken
legal advice. It is not uulikely
that before' many hours Bishop
Willis will bu Bervod with a tern
porary injunction, restraining him
from interfering with Mr. Mack
iutodh's pastoral relations with tho
Second congregation "until fur
ther order of tho court."
Mannger J. T. Moir of Houomu
plantation has been appointed
manager of Uunmoa plantation in
plnce of W. W.Goodalo, who takes
chareo of Waialua plantation.
William l ullarj'acliug manager
of Popeekoi plautntion, takes the
niauag-meut of Houomu in pi ico
of Mr. Moir.
Work on the inspection of tho
Government lt ctrio systom is go
iug ahoad wit will. Yesterday
Messors Cross, Ooolidgo and Buck
made a thorough investigation of
the condition of tho plant, and
from now on tho work will bo on
the various circuits.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
J. F. Clay loft on the Australia
for a short vacation.
O. L. Morriam, younger son of
Gen. Morriam, left for tho dmHt
today iu tho Australia.
Mr. Ottman has rocoivud his
wine nnd boer license for n place
near tlio tramways terminus at
U. Friedman, who is to opon
tho largo furmturo storo in Pro
gross block, loaves for a short
business trip to tho States iu to
A party of newspapermen wout
out to the fovor hospital on the
Dow promises today to seo whether
the complaints against the placo
woro justified. Thoy found iio
can bo for complaint.
Tho Executivo Council this
morning talked over President
Dole's contemplated visit to
Washington in connection with
the Hawaiian Comraiasiou. No
ditto was fi&od for tho Preaidout's
System Like That of Large American
Cities (or Honolulu,
Officers Will Intercept Milkmen Without Warn
ing - Samples Taken for Analysis
Standard Upheld Under Penalty.
Thoro will shortly bo a thorough
eb9uio of milk inspection inaug
urated in Honolulu. It will be
something ltko that iu voguo in
thw great cities of tho United
States. Inspector Johnstone late
ly obtained from tho chief of food
inspection iu Chicago a full set of
tlio blanks uaod thoro in looking
after tlio milk sold to tho people.
By tho aid of those, and in con
sultation with tho president of tho
Board of Health, Mr. Johnstone
has prepared a plan of operations.
Whou tlio scheme is under way,
a milkman is liable to bo stopped
anywhoro and at any order, and
required to give a duly authorized
ollicor a sample of tho milk he is
voiiding. Tho recoptnele iuto
which the sample is poured haB
an official Bcal upon it, and is la
holed with tho registered numbor
of tho milk wngou, tho namo of
tho corporation or person owning
ii, etc. i.i me same iimo a receipt
is given to tlio driver for tho milk.
Tho inspector within a given
timo analyses tho samples procur-
ou Irotn tiny to day, and makes a
record of their rospectivo ingredi
ents. When any milk falls below
a proscribed standard, its purvey
or will hear something drop.
milclnuMivii Pit n Mini.
Just before tho Valencia sailed
yesterday afternoon no little ex
citemeut was caused among tho
bystanders at tho wharf by tho ar
rival of a baggago dray with n
drunken soldier in chargoof police
ollicor Knkalia aud four soldiers.
Thoy had their handB full to con
trol tho man who did not wish to
go aboard tlio vessel. Ho had at
tempted to throttlo tho guard
whou apprehended and was only
subduod with groat dilliculty. On
tho arrival at tho wharf a lieute
nant in making way through tho
crowd used moro than necessary
violence aud os a consequence
several citizens woro kuocked
down. Among those who woro
ordored out of tho wnv and shoved
back by tho officious official was
thopuisorof the Valencia. Uo
promptly responded to tho orders
ot tho frisky young officer by
knocking him down and then
juinping ou him much to tho de
light of the crowd. When last
soon tho lieutenant wns nursing u
rapidly swolling eyo.
Utvlicht (JeU It.
G. B. Dwiglit haa been awarded
the contract for building tho Pali
road. His bid of 829,975 iu block
is 810 580 lower thau Wilson &
Whitohonso's, and S18.785.18 loss
than E. B. Thomas's. Evou then
it is higher than tho balauco of
the s"!0,000 appropriated.
'I'll following report for tho
mouth of October comes from tho
A'tmt.ior llurenu nt Puuahou,
tlnough tho courtesy of Prof.
Lyons: Rainfall 2.10; rainfall
(nor mill ),2 20 itetnporaturo (menu),
7(5.1; temperature (normal), 70 4.
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
ITI'.MS OK INTKUIMT TO MCVUI.K
Uubber Is very scarce anJ steadily advancing In
prke llkycles tires anJ tubes, also Carrlara tires
are likely tn advance In price, 50 cents a I'AlK aJ-
vante aireaay on some tires ini auvaisli:
The j) lni.hlietl Mill not take the place ol the 38
asaJertlseJ by some manulacturer in w canvass
nl various makers has resulted In an estimated ol
(rom 1 to 10 per Cent. "The Cycle Ate" says It Is
a passing fai like the 30 Inch front uheil of a few
jears ago. anl the very low heaj ot this ear Pro
portionate strength has to be tolloweJ out to Insure
reliability uhkh gains and keeps the popular favor.
Ulcyclesvill be JocorateJ, and appearance In oo
stuJeJ even by those makers uho have heM back
from using transfers striping, etc', the demand is
tor decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
UAIU.YS HONOLULU CYCLCRV, ai King
street has good second hand wheels at $i, with new
tires $ jo to $ 11 N I.W Wo cles $ 10 '07 model The
Reliable Stunner Wheels 'uo model at40 guaranteed
1 year. At and W tires.
Repairs ot all kinds
$1 per month keeps your Dike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
Chronicle Correspondent on His Way
Filipinos Not Bad If Properly Treated More
True Americanism Needed Yankees are
Martin J. Eagan, correspondent
for the San Francisco Chronicle at
Manila is one of the passeng
ers on tho Bolgic. Mr. Eugau has
been with tho Amoricau forces iu
the Philippines forsevoral mouths
and has proved himself ono of the
ablest newspapermen at the front
When Eagnn loft Manila every
thing was comparatively quiot al
though tho friction between the
Americans and the insurgents was
not ontiroly wiped out. Speaking
of the situation generally Mr.
" Tho climato- is by no iiiean5
all that could be desired. A white
man coming from northoru cliiUHtes
lias to tako Lroodcaro of him-oll to
keop iu health. Ono of the hardest
thing I hail to get nccustomod t
was tho mosnuitoes. white ants.
insects gonornfly and the reptiles.
luo clininto too seems to tako the
life out of tho f od When we
wore ou tho blockade it was a caso
of finger bowls uudlish balls threo
tunes a day. After wo got into tho
city tho culinary dopartmeut im
"My experience with tho Fili
pinos is such as to mako me he
liovo thorn a kindly race when
properly treated. People of our
country havo no idea of the treat
ment tho Spanish have subjeqt the
natives to. Thoy are treated like
bo many animals; know nothing
of tho rights of habeas coipus, or
fair trial. If they were supposjd
to have committed a miadetuoanor
thoy were simply thrown iuto
prison aud that was tho end of it.
At tho oxecutiou of n promiuent
iusurgout Spanish womou clapped
their hands. What can you ex
pect of peoplo undor Buch condi
iions? "The friction botweon tho in
surgents nnd tho American troops
is largely duo to tho lack
of polioy shown iu hand
ling theso follows.
condition can bo alleviated
by morn positivo Americanism.
Aguinnldo is a smart individual
hut 1 don't cousidor him a patriot
I shall not bo at all surprised to
UOar Ot BOriOUS trouble Wltll tllO.v.v Knuluinl llukry mill Ca,,,ly Co,,,-
msurgonts. They have 32,0001
ritlt's and can fight. Under pro
per handling there is no reason
why tho Filipoao should not
mako a desirable citizen. Some
six million nro christianized, id
though thoir roligiou is not with
out a vein of superstition. Shrines
"What about our bpys. Well
thoy aro tho gamest lot of Dghlorh
that owr troi shoo loather. 1
tell you it does an American good
to watch thorn, but they aro care
loss whon iu camp. Tho disci
pline is inclined to uo lax nnd the
boys do not tako care of thomselvor.
as thoy ought. When tho troops
got iuto Manila somo of tho boys
lot loose moro than thoy ought to
"Taken as a wholo Luzon s
a good country. No I should not
want to live thoro unless I know I
should mako a whole lot of money
within a few years. But you will
realize that thoro aro opportuni
ties when 1 tell you that tuero are
districts within fifty miles of Ma
nila whoro a white man has novor
sot foot. That's Spanish rule
Tho eoudition would bo quito
different undor Auiorioan."
Thoro woro no salos mndo and
nono reported from tho stroet nt
this morning's session of tho stoek
exehango. Tho same quotatious
as yostprdoy obtaiuod for Ewa.
For Onhu S150 was bid and 8155
naked. Ookala was offered at $90.
Some Hawaiian Eloctrio stock
was offered nt $210 nnd a bid of
8110 for Wildor Steamship Co
was refined $120 being asked. Par
was. bid fur both Hawaiian Gov
ernment 0 per cont. bonds nud O.
It. & L. Co.'s bonds.
HAS NOTED PASSENGERS
Belglc Arrives on Last Trip from the
Smallpox Patient Put OJ at Yokolumi Hence
Quarantine Japanese Minister to
United States on Board.
The S. S. Bolgic arrived off
port oar'y tots uiMctiing but did
not tio up" to tlio nock till nearly
9:30. luo delay was caused by
the appearance of piiiII por
aboard hefnr' she lft Yokohama.
Ono passenger allliet--il was land
ed at the bitter port. Two cases
of fever havo developed siuco
leaving L haina and it wns
thought bent to plico the vessel
under a rigid quarantine. This
wn4 done m Huon in flie arrived
aud no ono wa- allotted mi board.
Cabin pitsseiu'ors nr allowed
ehoro leave Sue brings 9 cabin
paMseugors for this port and 000
Asiatics. 511 Japs' and 111! Chin
oho. Tho bicknefB ib among the
emig'iiut.s. Tins i the last trip
the llelgic makes to the Const and
wIipii slio leaves here for tho Ori
out on hor next trip from San
Franci-co it will he for tho last
tnno. She will theu go back to
In r owners and 'e used on tho
Atlantic. IJe.td viuds nnd a
rough b 'a nr roporied as tho
causes of hor d-lay. She sails at
12 o'clock tonight.
His lixce'leucy J. Komura,
Minister from Jnpau lo the United
States, is a pHssenger on tlio Bol
gic. He is attended by u very ex
A MlTMII.r. MMIHIAIir.
Comlnic Ntipttnl l 'Itti Popular llcil
ilent of tlit IhI'iimIm.
On noxt Moiiilay evening- nl
7:30 o'clock L. M. Vetlesen and
MitsT. L. G. Uaisolden of Laha-'
i"", Maui, will be married at La
haina. AJ r. Vetlesen hns had n most
successful business career iu tho
Islands He is among its repre
sentative bnsiiH'i-s men.
Miss IIiij Seidell is popular and
accomplished. Hor charming
personality make-, nnd retains
friends. She is a gra liuto of tho
i Oalm college and ha a host of
friends iu thin city who congratu-
' late her ou what promises to bo a
i most happy anil auspicious uuion.
liuiij-, II mill '411 lltol strrvl.
On account of the lrgo domand
for our g'Xidri ami our inability to
fill our orders, wo wish to hire
more bakery roiifeiv itinera and
pastry cooks. Nono but firet
class workmen accepted. Good
wages ami board furiiinhod. Ap
ply to manager, James Lutted.
OhongPooii,ono of tho cooks ou
tho Arizotin, was lined 850 by
Jutlgti AVilcox this moruiug for
having opium hi hi posstssion.
II was originally charged with
haviug imported tho drug but tho
oiiitrge ws reduced Kulei, charg
ed with assault aud battery on
Goorge Uisloy,was discharged.
The New York companion do
tailed for Ud will probably go
upon next Tnesdav's Iviiihu.
Highest Honors World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Crcdui of Tartar Powder,
40 YEAPS T-STANDARI