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Vol. V. No. 1061.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1898.
Piiioja 5 Ousts.
MONDAY, November 28, 1803, lio
Ing n National Holiday, all Govern
ment Olllces throughout the Henubllo
Will be closed on that day.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllee, Nov. 5,1 80S. IfKMKIt
By Authority of the Com
missioners of Public
,Mr.'. S. lloyil has boon appointed
Secretary for tho Commission, and Sub-
Agent of Public Lniula for tlio Island of
Onliu, vice Mr. 0. V. Inukou, rcslgnod.
Such tiupotntiuont bolng dated Nov. ,
.1 V. UHOWN,
lOS9-.lt Agent of 1'iibllc IjhuIm.
Will bo recelM'il at tho ollleo of tho
Minister of tlio Interior till 12 o'clock
noon of Woduosdny, Nov. litli, for tho
construction of roads In South Kona anil
HpeclflciitloiiHnt ollleo of .Suporlnton
clout of 1'ubllo Works, also at the post
ofllco In WhIoIiIiui ami llookona.
The Minister docs not bind lilmsolf to
accopl tho lowest or any bid.
J. A. KINO,
Mlnlstor of tho Interior.
Oct. 18th, 1893. lOCO-lt
Paint arid Paint Oil.
1'Ioncor White Load, por 25-lb kog.
Llnscod Oil, bollod, per G gnl drum.
Llnsccd Oil, raw, por 5 gal drum.
Lubricating and Machine Oil.
(por gallon, bbl lots).
Cyllndor Oil, "COO W."
LurdOll, No. 1.
Holders of water privileges, orthoso
paying water rates, nro hereby notl
lied that the hours for Irrigation pur-
roses are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
roni 4 to 0 o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
the slopes of Punchbowl abovo Greon
Htreet, and In Nuuami Valley abovo
School street are hereby notified that
they will not bo restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. in. and 4 to
6 p. m., nut will bo allowed to Irrigate
whcuovcrsulllclcnt water Isavallable,
provided that they do not use the
water for Irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In evory twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved J. A. KING,
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 189S
THE CIRCUIT COURT TERM
Attendance of Lawyers
Opening This Morning.
Several Criminal Cases Adjudicated List
Civil Cases Postponed notable
Suits Undergoing Settlement.
"Will bo rocolvod at tho oillco of tho
Mlnlstor of tho Intorlor
Until Thursday, Nov. 10th, 1898,
at 12 o'clock noon, for furnishing to the
Itoud Supervisor of Honolulu tho follow
ing suppllos, In imantitlos as required
fiom time to time for Uio Bureau of
Koads mid Urldgos, Honolulu, during
tho torm of six months, from Noom
SOHEDUIdJ OV AiITIOIjUS.
Powder and Fuse.
Illnck Itlnstlng, por 2.1-lb drum, 25
Giant, No. 1, C0-lb case, 6-cnso lots.
Giant, No. 2, GO-lb caso, 0-caso lots.
OInnt PowdorCaps, por doz boxes.
Fuse, doublo tape, por 10UU foot.
Tools and Hardware.
Sliool.s, Amos' scoop, No. 3, per doz.
6hools, Ames' h II, por doz.
Shovels, Amos' 1), jwr doz.
Handles for sanio, scoop per doz, li II
por doz, 1) por doz.
Picks, Hunt's, per doz.
Picks, Iron City, por doz.
Haudlos for same, Hunt's por doz,
Iron City par doz.
Mattocks, Iron City, per doz.
Haudlos for same, per doz.
Ax Haudlos, por doz.
Planters' Hoos, por doz.
Handlos for sumo, por doz.
Hammers, stodge, per pound.
Hummers, stouo, xr pound.
Haudlos for sanio, Modgo ior doz,
slono por doz.
Stone Picks, per doz.
Kilos, Hat bastod jwrdo.
Dandy Hrushes, host, por doz.
Crowlwirs, por lb.
Brooms, push, 14 In. gluod Kick, otc.
Copper Hlets, por lb.
Wheolburrows, Iron trsiy, each.
Whoolbarrows, woodon tray, Iron
Carrlago Holts, per cent, off (price list
Machlno Bolts, por cent, off, (price list
Lanterns, Dletz's tubular No. 0, por
Globes for Muiio, rod, por doz.
Dynamo waste, per lb,
Coal tar, per bbl.
Manila rope, per lb.
Sheet rubber packing, per lb,
Kerosene oil, 10 case lots, brand
Hay and Grain.
TENNESSEE BOYS -HERE
Happy Southerners Have Yery Pleasant
Best of Feeling Among Men
Zealandla In Good .Trim
Barley Corn, per lb.
California wheat hay
l'g bales, per
, Itod llrlcks, por M.
Portland Coinent, por bbl of 400 lbs.
. California Mine, per bbl.
' ' Coal.
Blacksmith's best Cuinbuilaml,2240 lbs
Dejmrtnro Bay, 2210. lbs.
Harness, Leather and Findings.
. No. 1 Harness Lontuor, por lb.
Lace I.oathor, por foot.
Cart Saddlos, mull.
Collar Pads, per doz pairs, host quality
Haines, por doz pairs.
Horse Collars, ll.T. or CO, each.
Horso Ulankots, No. 1, per doz pairs.
Noats Foot Oil, por gallon.
1'razor'sAxlodroaso, por doz, 0-cas.e
1 ' 'Iron and Steel.
Bar Steel, por lb.
n-Bar lion-, por lb.
'Norway Irpn, por lb.
Lumber and Shingles.
1 (Nprthost Lumber, rough, por Mfoot.
'Northwest Timber, per Moot.
Northwobf Battens, por M feot.
, Redwood Posts, oaeh (7 feot).
(Jut Nails, por kog, Iron 8d, lOd, I2d,
J0d, 30d, 40d, fiOd.
Wlro Nails, per keg. Gd, 8d, lOd.
Galvanized Nails, por kog, 8d, lod,
12d,20tl,30d, 40d', OOd.
Splkos, galvanlzod, por keg, 4 In, 5 In,
8 In, 7 In.
No. 1 rolled barley, per lb.
No. 1 Surprise oats, por lb.
Wheat bran, per lb.
Oat Hay, per lb.
Samples of grain to accompany each
Bids must be In accordance with tho
above schedule, and must be endorsed
"renders for. .Supplies, Honolulu
Heads," and all supplies must bo de
livered at the point required within
one mile of the post ollleo, free of
charge mid are subject to the Itoad
Bonds will be required in such rea
sonable sum as my be named by tho
Minister, for tho furnishing In accord
ance with the tender, of such ltoms in
the schedule as may bo approved by
tho Minister, and notified to the bid
der, but the Minister of tho Interior
does not bind himself to accept the
lowest or any bid.
J. A. KING,
Mlnlstor of tho Interior.
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1898. 10CO-3t
All of tho scats in tho front of
tho courtroom rosorvod for mom
bora of tho Bar woro filled, whon
Jm go Pony oponed tho Circuit
Court torm this morning, and tho
uiry bos was occupied ny other
1 1 nibs of tho law. Tho business
dispatched is given below. This
afternoon tho native jury wi!
boRin with tho criminal calendar:
Bon Ealuua, assault and bat
tory. Appeal withdrawn and sen
tence suspended till February
torm. Kaulia and Kaulukou for
Alapaki, practising medicino
without licouBO. Appeal with
drawn and sentence suspended till
February torm. Kaulia and Ka
ulukou for dofendant.
Kaiu, lottery. Sentence of Dis
trict Court 'confirmed Cno of S75
Nohomia, rapo. Govornmont
declines to prosecute, and defen
Jas. ilauoano, incest. Indict
mont presented and plea reserved
till tomorrow. Kaulia and Ka
ulukou for dofondant.
Two cases properly for Fobru
ary torm woro strickon from tho
H. Lewis, assault. Appeal
withdrawn nod fino of $20 paid.
Robertson & Wilder for dofendant.
Ah Pook, for truancy, appoal
for mitigation, had sontonco sus
pended till next term. Do Bolt
Joo Bairos, forgory, ploadod
cuilty to indictment, Sontonco
deferred. Gbillingworth assists
prosecution: Kaulukou for defen
J. D. Holt Jr. vs. A. Kauhi,
ejectment, continuod until noxt
torm by consent.
Hanakaulam Holt vs. Uamakua
Mill Co., over to February term
llalau vs. lwa .Plantation uo
trespass, over to Fobruary torm by
J. D. Spreckola et al. vs. A. G.
Hawos ot al., ejootmont, two enses,
settlement out of court ponding.
J. O. Cartor vs. Sam'l Norris,
assumpsit, continued by egreo-
inont until next term.
Wm. G. Irwin vs. C. W.
Mncfarlano ot al., ujct
meut, sottlomunt out of court pon
M. A. P. ltois vs. A. 1' . Franca,
assumpsit, continued to Fobruary
Mimool Abrou vs. Silvano do
Nobirpis, assumpsit. Plaintiff's
motion to dismiss defendant's ap
poal was deniod. Dickoy for
plnintiff; Kano for defendant.
11 ura 08 vs. Bam os , divorce,
Court ordered publication of sum
mons and caso continued till next
term. Croighton for plaintiff.
frho Tennessee Roglmont arriv
ed on tho Zoalandia this morning.
Shortly after her arrival tkosteam-
or was boarded by a Bulletin re
presentative and iuterviowed the
Adjutant Lieut. Jaul Iv. Polk. Tho
trip down was without incidout.
Tho mon aro a fino looking sot of
fellows and thoro oxists the best of
feeling botwoen tho officers and
mon. "Jock and Jim" nro tho
terms of tho privatos and officers
to ench othor. Speaking of thoir
stay in San Francisco ono of tho
bfQcors said that thoy had boon
accorded a most hearty welcome
and wero treatqd with much good
fellowship by the citizens as thoy
woro tuo only boatuern regiment
in tho Bav City. Speaking
of, tho trouble which somo
ofj the mon got into whilo'in
San Fraucisco tho officer stated
that the unpleasantness was
caused by sutno. fov. malcontents
who would htivo gotten into
troublo wtyejrovor they woro.
Theso niau, lltld been takon in
whon rocniitiug waB going on and
if they wero paBsocV 'ot physical
examination wero 'onlisted to fill
tho companioB. Mauy of tho
mrimbore of tho Tennessoo Regi
ment woro utidrir ago and thus
woro not permitted to sorvo. The
ollloore and most of tho mon copo
of tho best families and fighting
stock in tho Stato and cortamly
HAWAIIAN LAWS HOLD YET
Two Supreme Court Decisions Blow All
Due Process of Law Observed In Conviction-
Hawaiian Marine Registry is Part ot
conduct thomsolvcs as gontlomon.l
Thoro aro seven companies aboard
who with tho Colonels stall num
ber 590 ofiicora and mon as fol
lows: Col W 0 Smith commanding,
Maj A B Bayless, Maj B Frank
Ohoatham, Surgoon Maj R A
Borr, Aat Surg Capt Peroy L
Jones, Adjt Lieut J K Polk chap
lain, Capt L J Leland, stall' offi
cers. Capts Goo Roed Co A, V J
Whitthomo Co B, LI R Richmond
Co 0, Jas Hngor Co E, A 0 Gil
loin Co F, Sam Van Loor Co L,
Sheffield Clark Co M.
Chief Justice Judd is author of
a unanimous opinion of the
Supremo Court, constituted by
uinieolf, Justico Whiting aud sub
stituto Justico Robertson, in Re
public of Hawaii of Hawaii vs G.
L.Edwards. All tho Objections
aro considered and ovortruledpnd
tho conviction sustained. Attorney
General Smith and Deputy E, P.
Dolo for proseoution; G. A. Davis
Substituto JuBlico R. D. Silli
raan, sitting with Chief Justico
Judd and Justico Whiting, writes
the unanimous opinion of the
Sunromo Court on tho application
of Lincoln D. Spencer for a man
damus to couipol Collector Genor.
al JMcStockor- to givo Hawaiian
raaritimo regMslry lb the bark Star
of Italy. Tho demurrer-is over
ruled, aud the ship muBt get her
rr ' . tT r
uawcumn regiBier. iviunoy
Ballon for plaintiff: E. P. Dole for
dofendant. T. . t
Regarding tho contention that
tho powors of Bovoroignty wero
relinquished by tho Republic of
Hawaii when annexation wob, con
summated, tho Court says: "Hut
theso powers could not bo enforced
by tho Federal Government with
out special legislation for the.t
purpose, aud thoroforo during tho
period takoU by tho Federal Gov
ornmont to perfect a now systom
I (til tho functions of government
S, Agent Sewall Reports
Getting In Under Low Tariff Rates Goods
That Will Go to the United States
Later-Merchants Not Named.
MOIII5 DIIIKCT HllIP.MIS.VrH.
RyI makt the food purt,
wtiolciomo and dcllclMit.
KOVAL BAklNQ rOWDCn CO., hf VOW.
Nil Truth In Ilunmr i lluckfrlili imrf
Locul Hloniiifr 1.1 lit'.
J. F. Hackfeld, iuaiiHc;iug di
rector of H. tluokfeld fe Co., Ltd.,
was asked about a doublo Sumor
concerning tlmt corporation.
1'irst, that it was going to handlo
tho Onomoa Sugar Co.'s 'output.
Mr Hackfeld said that 0. Brewer
& Co., Ltd., desired to mako di
rect Bhipmonts of both Onomoa
and Houomu sugars, and tho Hilo
branch of tho Hackfeld conoern
woro requested to handlo tho
Secondly, if was reported that
the Hackfolds woro going to tako
tho local stoamor project, Bomo
time ago given publicity, off tho
hands of the Spreckels. Mr. Hack
fold said thoro was nothing in it.
Thoy had not beon approached on
Tho mon who woro hurt at the
Iron works yesterday aro doing
woll at the Quuon's hospital.
Thoir injuries woro nothing moro
than bad bruises.
Pint in Hie I'lfld.
Tho Now England Mutual Lifo
Insuranco Company is tho first in
tho hold with a calondar tor 1UUU.
It continues tho sories of New
England historical aud landscapo
pictures that have mado tneso
calendars to bo treasured as works
of art. Tho 1899 subject is "An
Old Now England Homostoad."
It is a porfoot dolight to tho oyo.
CaBtle fc Cooke aro agents lor tlio
Now England Mutual, and J. A.'
Gil man has tho Bulletin's
thknks for tho very first ca emlar
I'urtlul l)ryfu Victory.
Paris, October 29. Tho Court
of Cassation has decided to grant
a revision of tho Droyfus case,
and will instituto a supplementary
inquiry. Tho court, however, has
declined to ordor tho roleaso of
A doublo burrol small size fiold
glass ho3 been lost. Seo WANTS.
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
1TJ:MB OF INTKItHST TO WCYCLK
Rubber li very scarce an4 steadily aJvandni: In
price lllcycles tires anj tube, also Carriage tires
are likely In advance In price, 50 cents a PAIIi ad
vance already on some tires, NO ADVANCE
The pinch wheel will not take the place of the 8
as advertised by some manufacturer in oq. canvass
of various makers has resulted In an estimated of
frmn 1 tn in iwr rent. "The Cvrte Apa" savs It Is
a passlnfcfad, like the 10 Inch front heelof a few
years.aco, and the very low head ot this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure,
reliability uhlch Rains and keeps the popular favor,
uicycies win pe uucuraicj. aiu appciants u -,
studed even by those makers who have held back
frnm tidntv tnntfer ttrlninp. etc . the demand IS
for decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
BAILEYS HONOLULU CYCLERY, ! King
street has good second hand wheels at $$. with new
tires $ to $js NEW UiC)des Jjo'o? model The
Reliable Stormer Wheels '98 model at $40 piaranteed
1 year, At and W tires
Repairs of all kinds.
Si per month keeps your Bike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
romaiu to bo exorcised by tho ex.
isting Ropnbllo." It is foundthat
tho registry law is municipal leg
islation, and not inconsistent with
the Newlands Resolution, or in
violation of the constitution of the
United States or any of its
Judgo Stanloyhas sustaiuod tho
ploa in bar of defendant in tho
ojectmont caso of Henry Smith
vs. Hamakua Mill Co. Hu finds
the plaintiff esloppod by an adju
dication of heirship to tho estate
of Kailakanoa, rocorded in a de
cision and decree of Judge Allen
in iBii. Jjyio a. jJicKoy ior
plaintiff; Cecil Brown for defen
dant. Tho plaintiff wil tako tho
caso to tho Supremo Court.
Judgo Perry has grantou the
right of a hearing to contestants
of tho will tif Eleazar Lazarus, at
which ovidonco of mental incom
petence of tho testator may bo
Tone of 1'uriilture,
Tho I. X. L., S. V. Ledorer
propriotor, has just recoived 10U
tntiH of new furniture It is an
onormous consigumoiit and com
prises ovory thing in tno Uuo:
Bedroom sets, bedsteads, exten
sion tables, cheffoniors, wardrobeB,
roller top and fiat desks, meat
safos, kitchen tables, camp, stools,
steamer chairs, army cots, chairs,
rookors, dontist and barbof chairs,
mirrors, wire and moss mattresses
Theso will bo sold at the lowest
cash prices. Soo Now Today in
Now Honolulu's hvo paper the
Again tho PonnBylvnnia reoruits
from Camp Otis have shown thoir
suporiority upon the gridiron.
Saturday they inottho Punahou
oloven on the Makiki grounds and
dofoatod them by a scoro of 7 to
0. Tho gamo was a showing of
excellent work by both tho Penn
sylvania and Puuahou boya. It
was full, of genuine football spirit
aud determination, oscollout
taoklos, long-rune and beautiful
Washington, Oct. 29. Harold
M. Sewall, special apcut of tho
United States at Honolulu, has
called tho attention of the State
Department to the largo importa
tion of goods into Hawaii undor
tho rates of the Hawaiian tariff
and which aro to bo shipped to
tho United States when tho re
strictions on trado betweou tho
islands and tho United States arc
romoved. Ho presents statements
showing an iucrcaso of imports
for tho first doveu months of 1898,
compared with tho-o of previous
years, together with a compara
tive Btatemeijt of imports by coun
tries for that ponod Imports
from countries other than tho
United Slates, ho snyB, show an
increased volume altogether dis
proportionate to prosont or pros
ipoctivo demands for local con
A comparison of tho schodulo
of rates imposed by the Hawaiian
tariff and those imposed by tno
Dingloy law," savs Mr. Sewall,
"will show what an inducement is
offered importers in anticipation
of the extension of the Dmgley
tariff to Hawaii. Tho Hawaiian
tariff impofOri an average rato pf
10 per cent and has a liberal free
list. But on numerous urtialcsof
American manufacture,' which
ought uatnrally to fiud a largo
outlet in LI awui, duties nro very
heavy. Notably among theso aro
to' be'clusflod carriages, jewelry
and brushes at 23 pe.r cent each,
and whisky, tho rato on which is
!f3.50 per gallon aud 10 cents for
overy dogruo above proof. Hawa
iian customs authorities have been
at work for 'some tune preparing
a statement of tho roveuues that
aro to bo realized on Hawaiian on
Hawaiian imports under tho
Dingloy tariff law."
Mr. Sowall Bays ho has been
credibly informed by Hawaiian
merchants that imports nro being
mado with tho express purposo ot
profiting by the new tariff, that ho
dooq not deem it wise to givo tho
names of importers.
hMALia'OY AT (ILAHANTtNG.
Chlnnmxri I.nmlril With rter from
llelirlc llettlie flit, l)Utnar,
One of the Chinese lauded from
tho Belgio on Wednesday had a
suspicious fever. Another ono
with feveric h symptoms wont on
to San Francisco. It was partly
on account of those cases, us well
as that of tho smallpox enso land
ed at Yokohama, that tho vessel
was partially quarautiued while
Tho man lnndod hero dovelopcd
a bad caso of conlluout smallpox
ou Saturday. It is all tho worso
from tho long suppression of tho
disease in the system of tho pa
tient. Dr. Day is attending tho
caso. iijvory precaution is taicou
to provout contagion among tho
othor immigrants by the Bolgic at
Two pool tables aro offered for
sale. Seo WANTS.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Tho I. X. L., cornor Nnuami
and King streets, has Hawaiian
Flags at Co., lOof, 25c, 50c' and
. Tho Town boys becin practise
football today for tho Thanksgiv-
ling gamo with Punahou,
A Pure Orapc Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS T" STANDARD
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