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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER Publishes Reliable News No De Colignynese Tales in The Bulletin
Vol. V. No. 1067.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1898.
Pitiois 5 Gents.
THE SETTLEMENT VISITED
TWO JURIES BOXED TODAY
IT WAS A TRUST DEAL
PUEBLA HAS ROUGH TRIP
THEIR HERITAGE DESPISED
WAITING FOR THE ELECTIONS
nmnnpE iw 1 bhwpmw' 'irr", , iww mmwm?
Semi-Annual Expedition of the Board
of Health to Molokai.
President Rubles or the California Board Filled
with Admiration Tbe Other Ylsltors
Pleased with Conditions Seen.
Tbo Board of. Health, accotnpa
uv d liy several guests, left ou the
Muzamu Friday evening to visit
the leper settlement ou Molokui.
The Board party consisted of
Freoidt-ut W O Smith, T F Lan
Bing. Dr Wood. Dr Emmorsou and
David Koliipio, tuombors; Dr Al
varez, BUporiuteiidout of Kalihi
experiment fetation, aud Ohas
AVilenx, Hocrotary. C D Reynolds,
executive otlluor, was already on
tho island. Clio guests wero: Sir
Kenny, Brinish Ootnmissionor;
Dr Rugglos, President o tbo Cal
ifornia Stato Boird of Hoaltli; Dr
Ward, of tho U3S Bonnington.
Dr Cnrniiehael, of the U S Manuo
Hospital Sorvkw; Dr Yule aucl Dr
Wetzel, of the U S Army; Mr A
Tatuin of New York, and repre
sentatives of tbo local press.
Though the lorn reached the
Settlement tit d lybroak, it was sev
eral hours before a landing was
accomplished, owing to tho break
ers. After a few moments' rost the
Board headquartors, horses were
provided and tho party visited tho
settlement at Kalawao. They
wore hospitably lecoived by Bro.
Duttou. The boys baud, in thoir
now uniforms, entortained the
party first by playing, then by
Tho home in croneral looked
noat aud many new improvements
wero noticoable. After luuohing
at the Board headquarters on re
turning to Kalaupapa, tho party
repaired to tho ollieo, whoro com
plaints of tho pationts were heard.
One complaiut that has me it was
filed. Friends who live in Hono
lulu m.iy deposit artioles 'vijh tho
Board of Health, who will send
them over freo of charge, while
patiouts canuotavail themselves of
donations from othor islands un
less stoamer charges bo paid first
to Honolulu, thon to Molokai.
Mr. Smith promised to investigate
In the afternoon a visit was
made to the Bishop Homo for
Qirls under the management of
Sisters of Charity. Nnituoss pre
vailed everywhere and the ex
cellence of tho management was
wqs co'timwiitpil upo i.
Dr. Uuggles, who for many
jenrj liiw li'i'ii President of the
California Sint I3o ml of Health,
and who made tho trip from San
Fran, l-ro t visit tho Bfiileme it.
n loiipli't-ly astounded "I
ha I uo idea," tnid hp, "tlii" such a
well managed iiistit'i'i n an tins
exit"d in these islands I tamer
thoug 'hit, when a lep.-i was
takon to Molokai, ho was lu .ihIi
od a hut and tho bear uocvbiuii-B
of )Hq. Hero I tiud that ho or she
simply moves into a well-regulated
village, with good roids, olonu
houses abundantly mpplied with
wator; have their o n gsrdous,
churclios and probably more than
they had before coming h re. It
cortaiuly roilects great credit on
both the govornraont which furn
ished tho moans and tho board
which directed tho expenditures."
Mr. Konny, British Commis
sioner, was greatly interested and
oxpressod himsolf as raoro than
ploasod with tho general outlook
of tho entire colouy. Dr. Ward of
1ho Bonuington, who has mado a
specialty of skin diseases, is desi
rous of visiting the sottlomont
again in order to experiment on
tho patients, and will if able to got
a furlough spend several weoks at
The guests of tho board wore
highly gratified at tho courteous
treatment rocoived from tho Board
of Health, from tho President
down to tho Secretary.
A nicely furnished room with
board in privato family. Boo
Native Suing Wilder Steamship Com
pany for Non-Carriage of Taro.
Board of Education Ejectment Suit Claim
of $10,000 Against 11. C. & S. Co.
for Trespass Executions.
Judco Perry this morning be
gan hearing t)lo trial oE M. K. Ka
lilikano'fl suit for damages ncainst
the Wildor Steamship Co. by tho
following mixed jury: V 11 Iva
humoku, D W MoNicoll, H Kolo
inoku, H A Parmoleo, Wm Chung
Hoou, F H Foster, J Kon, Jas B
Gorman, D K Eli, A O Davie,
Alox Iliha, B It Campboll. Plain
tilT claims $1000 damages for tho
rofusal of defondaut to carry taro
from Halawa to Honolulu.
Mngoon & Silliman for plaintitT;
Kinney, Dallou t McClanahau
for defendant. Tho defendant
udmits liability for actual damages
but resists the claim so far as it is
for oxomplary damages.
Judoo Stanley began hoarine
tho trial of H. E. Cooper, Minis2
tr of Public Instruction, vs. Mrs.
Naoolo Hao, ejectniout, by tho
following Hawaiian jury: Dan
Kamaka, H N Orabbe, Jas Maka
ena, T O McGuiro, Kilioua, J Na
lau, Jos Rosa, W W Kokipi, G H
Karratti, John N Taylor, Chas
Silva and M Keliiaa. E. P. Dole
and Atkinson for plaintiff;Robort
son & Wildor for defendant.
Molo Uli and others have filed
an amonded complaint against tho
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Co., trespass with damages claim
ed of SIO.O00.
A Writ of execution on judg
ment for $90.30, in an action by
Henry Smith against William II.
Johnson, has boon returned un
satisfied, tbo plaintiff having
stopped proceedings on learning
that tho property levied upon had
been sold by the defendant.
An oxecution ngaibst plaintiff
in the broach of promise caso of
Charlotte Boyd against John
Gandall, for balance of costs, has
boon returned satisfied.
Dr. Wayeon was uuablo to res
pond to an invitation to attend the
Board of Hoalth meoting on
Thursday because ho was called to
n suspected smallpox case. Tho
subject was a (Jlnuamau employed
by Becky Bishop down Kakaako
way. Whon tho doctor got there
too "caso" had llul, but his trail
was followed with suueoss. His
placo of roirent Was reached by
Dr. Wayon, who saved him from
death by friidit over the mild
allliotion ot cuiOKeupox.
HUliOp NtHlvy Henri,
London. Nov. H. Hov. Dr. Tim.
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mas Nettlesliip Stnloy, Bishop of
Honolulu from 1SU1 to 1H7U, is
dead. Ho visited the Unittd States
On acopnut of his departure for
Paris ou tho steamer Coptic this
afternoon Jamie Wilder will not
lecturer nt Puuahou this oveniug.
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, 1. O. O.
l', meets this ovouiug. All visit
ing brothors very cordially invit
ed. Seo Fraternal Directory
Royal paka the loud pure,
wholesome and delicto
BAklM KhvOT CO., Nrw votne.
Hawaiian Sugar Ptople Have Hade
Trust Determined to Control Raw Sugar
Kill Independent Refiners Claus
Spreckels In the Deal.
Now York, November 1 Tho
Sugar trust has entered into a
contract with tbo plantors of tho
Hawaiian ostates for tho entire
output of raw sugar of tho isl
ands. The contract is to tako
effect at oueu and was mado at a
much better' prico than was so
oured by tho planters in tho last
contract, which oxpircd somothing
moro than a year ago.
This is one of tho hardest blows
which the trust has boon able to
givo tho iudopoudont refiners who
are now fighting it. It moans that
250,000 ton 8 of high-grado cane
sugar will belong to the trust for
a scries of years. Of this amount,
75,000 tons will bo rofinod by tho
trust at San Francisco aud tho
balanro brought to tho East. In
this way tho trust not only uots in
a body blow at its Eastern com
petitors, but also holds off the
construction of refineries iu Ha
waii, which, now that the islands
belong to tho United States, could
bo operated to great advantage as
there would bo no tariff against
shipment to this country.
Tho announcement of tho con
summation of tbo deal was made
today in the "Sugar Trado Jour
nal," which says:
"The valuo of this masterly ar
rangement to stockholders of tho
company is very great and is moro
important iu the current sugar
war, as usual, tho American Sucar
Company coming out on top."
The i deal by wuicu tbo ontiro
Hawaiian crop was secured by tho
trust has been in progress somp
time. Soveral months ago the
Hawaiiau Commercial and Sugar
Cora nan v was verv mvstoriouslv
gobbled up, taking it out of the
hands of two Bona of Claus Sprec-
kols, wuo liau operated it agaiust
tho Sugar Trust. It now dovolops
that Olauso Spreckols himself en
gmeercd the deal in tho intercut
of tho trust, which ho has b"on
counectod with sinco it bought out
his Philadelphia aud San Fran
cisco refineries so mo years ago.
Tho Spreckels bovs wero nego
tiating a contract wfth tho Arbue
bio Bros, at the time tho control
of tho company was taken out of
Tho wholo move shows tho trust
wsb detormi'tod to control, to as
great an extent as possible, tho
rnw sugar murknt. Tho cauo crop,
which is the. bettor, is limited,
whilo tho beet sugar supply is
almost unlinii'ed. In tho samo
lino it is now rnportod that tho
Sugar Trust is dickering for tho
Louisiana crop of cane sugar, somo
of which is coming ou tho market
later than usual becauso of tho
yellow fever. Iu addition a rumor
has it that tho trust now has rep
resentatives in Porto Rico uho nr" I
trying to tio up the cip there.
As this is now United Siutort terri
tory, tho high tariff will no louijor
koop it ont of this market.
Takci lluuullnli Jtt-ul.trv.
Tacoma, Novombor 3. Tho
British bark Euterpe, loadiug
lumbor here for Australia, chang
ed today from English to Hawai
ian register. Tho ohango of ro
gistor is mado to get tho vossol
undor tho American Uag when tho
substitution of American for Ha
waiian shipping laws is mado. J.
J. Mooro ife Co. of San Francisco
own the vossel.
Mr. Editor: Is tho Board of
Health aware that tho fover camp
on Prospect street to within GO
yardB of the now Roservior.
IMli of IKvlcl A. WelU.
Norwich, Coun.,Nov. David A.
Welle, tho economist, diod at 3:50
o'clock this afternoon.
Troops However are All In Good
Nevada, Tenncsseo and California Represented
Will Remain Two Days
Tho United States Transport
City of Puobla arrived yesterday
after a rather Btorray trip, 7 days
and 2 hours from dock to dock.
Shn has aboard ono battalion of
tho Tonncssi'O regiment Co. A of
tho Novnila cavalry and tho Cali
fornia heavy artillery. Tho ship
and thoso on hor received a most
enthusiastic welcome from tho sol
diers of tho Pennsylvania and citi
zens, and tho wbarf was crowded
with a cheering crowd asking
questions and answering thorn
The transport has a band on
board but most of the musicians
were unable to practieo during tho
trip. Thoro are about GOO oilicors
and men and with but fow excep
tions they havo all enjoyed tho
Tho officers are as follows:
First Tonuosjo Infantry, U. S.
V., Liout-Col. Gracey Ohildors,
Major John G. McGuiro.
Company H Captain Gaston
O'Brien, 1st Lieutenant Cave
Johnson; 2nd Lieutenant, P. L.
Company G Captain Hu B.
Ulyors; 1st Liutonaut, Hu Spark
man; 2nd Lieutant, Bates.
Company K Captain, Sam
Uheriley; 1st Lieutonnnt, J. C.
Patton; 2nd Lieutonaut, N. H.
Company I Captain, N. K.
Givons; 1st Lieutenant, Leon
Carnaway; 2nd Lieutenant, Bow
les. Company D Captain, Gil
breath; 1st Lioutenaut, MoNeal.
First Lioutenaut Carlos Van
Leer ordnnuco ofb'cor.
First Nevada Cavalry, U. S. V :
Company A Captain, Lin
scott; 1st Lieutonaut, Gignaux;
2nd Lioutonant, Wright.
First California Heavy Artil
lery: Major, Rico; 1st Liouto
nant, Hastor; 1st Lieutonaut,
Diss; 2nd Lieutenant, Glass.
luo steamer will bo hero about
SPANISH CKL'lHKIt LOST.
Charleston, (S. C), Nov. G.
Tho cruiser Maria Teresa, Admir
al Cervera's flagship whou ho
made his memorable dash out of
Santingo harbor ou tho morning
of July 3, rnised at great oxponso
by LioutOuant Hobsou and added
to tho American navy, foundered off
Han Salvador, Bahamas, in a ter
rible storm Tuosday aftomoon
Tho news of tho disaster was
brought horo by tbo wrecking tug
S. J. Morritt arrived at Quarantino
at 7 o'clock Inst night, but wasuot
allowed to como up to tho city un
til 2 o'clock this afternoon. On
board tho tug wore Captaiu Har
ris aud 13G others, tho oilicors aucl
ciow of tho Maria Teresa.
Dr. H. W. Howard and W. H.
Coney i-out to friends iu tho city,
by tho Hall, positive ovideuco that
t hoi t Kauai gunning trip was a
ITi:MS OF INTKUK3T TO IHOVCLi:
Rubber ii vtrv scarce anJ sKaJllv ajvanclnc In
price- llkjclo tires an4 tubes, also Carriage tires
vance already on some tires, NU AUVAMI.U
are UKeiy to aavanco in price, 50 cents a i'aik ad
The )o Inch wheel will not take the place o( the aS
as aJvertlvea by somo manufacturer In oo. canvass
of various makers luft resullej In an ettlmateJ of
from to 10 per cent. "The Cycle Age" says It Is
a passing faJ, like the lolnch front wheel of a few
years aeo, anJ the very low hea.1 of this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be fotloweJ out to Insure
reliability which ealns anJ keeps the popular favor.
Illcycles will be docoratel, anJ appearance In V).
sluJtJ even by those makers who havehelJ back
from uslne .transfers striping, etc , the demanJ Is
for decoration and Dikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
BAILEYS HONOLULU CYCLERV. 1 KlnB
street has good second hand wheels at $15, wllh new
tires $ro to $,, NfcW Illcycles Jp '07 model. The
Reliable Stormer Wheels 'S model at $o guaranteed
1 year, Aland W tires,
Repairs of all kinds
Si per month keeps your (like cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
i 231 King Street.
Would Throw Away Good Kona Land for
Life in Honolulu.
Errand of Mother of Family to Chief Justice
Judd Ills Coot Advice Hakes
Chief Justico Judd was waited
upon by a widow from Kona, Ha
waii, who had her four children
with her. Tho eldest was a ton of
eighteen years. Many of tho na
tives still como to the Chief Jus
tico for judicial business of a class
that ho surrendered to tho Circuit
Court Judges whou the Supreme
Court was made a purely appellate
tribunal for all but certain excep
This woman wanted to know if
His Honor would consent to the
disposal of hor children's heritage
of real estate in Kona, so that the
family could como to Honolulu
and oujoy tho more lively exist
enco of tho capital. Hor husband
had loft 300 acres of land to his
family. The mother would like to
get an advauco of $500 ou tho pro
perty to ouablo hor to gratify the
hankoring after the gay socio ty of
Sho admitted that it was cxcol
Iout land, which would afford them
a comfortable living for tho tillRge.
Ohiof Justice Judd advised her
earnestly to hold on to tho land as
the vory life of her youuu family.
What future was promised for tho
children in Honolulu ? Wero hor
growing daughters to bo brought
up to slatternly muolonco witn
perhaps tho worst that such a lifo
involved ? His words produced uo
apparent impression on tho wo
man. It was so lonely in Kona;
sho plaintivoly persisted, and sho
would much bottor liko to livo in
Honolulu. Tho Chief Justice told
hor that if ho wero Circuit Court
Judgo aud had her petition before
him in form, hoshoaldnovor grant
her leave to throw away the rich
patrimony of her childrou.
Tho instant is only ono of hun
dreds similar tho uatives dispos
ing of their lands to cot into Va
nity Fair. It iH a subject knowing
ly nvoided by those who are never
tired of harping upon tiio alleged
robbery of lands from tho natives.
Net Hui;Hr Factory
Peoria, HI., Nov. 4.-Tho Illi
nois Sugar Refining Company,
which has just been incorporated
at Springfield, is a now beet sugar
company, the first orgauizod in tho
Central States. Most ot tho capi
tal is furnished by tho wholesale
grocers of this city who expect to
handle tho product of tho factory.
Tho capacity of tho plant nt tho
start will bo 300 tons of beets
daily, but tho works will be ro
built B" that this capacity can be
Tts o More Deaths.
Georgo H. Cowos of tho Red
Cross corps of Co. H, N.Y. V.,
died yesterday, t'unoral eerviens
will bo held at at. Andrew s
Cathedral at 10 o'clock tomorrow,
Chaplain Schwartz officiating.
Cowes wns an Odd Fellow and be
longed to tho Degree of Robekah.
Tho local ordor will bo repro
sonted at his burial.
Robort Wands of Co. O. N. Y.
V.. olao diod yesterday. Ilia ma
lady was consumption. Wands
will bo buried from tho Catholic
cathedral nt 11 o'clock.
G. Gamarinos has rocoived
on tuo steamer Australia a uig in
voice of dolioaoios, comprising
tho following: Fresh Salmon,
Crabs, Frozen Oystors (tin and
Bholl), Apples, Grapos, Figs, Lo
Tho I. X. L., corner Nuuanu
and Kiug streets, has Hawoiiau
Flaps at Co., 10c, 25c, 60c. and
Spanish Think Yoters will Influence
the Peace Plans.
Anticipated that Republicans will be Les
Exacting After the Ballots are Counted
Objections to Manila Surrender.
Paris, November 5. Referring
lo the peacd negotiat'ons between
Soain and the United States tho
"Gnulois" today says:
"The memorninlum of tho
Spanish coinmihsiouers extended
to forty pages of cloely written
matter, and included an objection
to tho surrender of Maniln, on the
plea that it took placo forty eight
hours after the signing of tho
peace preliminaries. Tlioro wns
also u reinsertion that the con
tinued sovereignty of Spain over
the Philippines was evidenced by
the fact that this sovereignty had
beon reforred to by tho French
Ambassador at Wnshingtnu on tho
ovo of the signing of the pence
protocol and wiib not objected to
by the American diplomat-."
Continuing, tho "Gaulois" says:
"On tho whole, tho attitude of the
Americans has boon encouraging
to thu Spaniards, and it is likely
that an agreement will bo arrived
at after the olectiou in the United
States, when the Republicans will
bIiow themselves less exacting, be
(ing relieved of electoral exi
gencies. C!"ncerl Toiilulit.
The government band under the
leadership of Capt. Horger. will
givo a public eoncort at Emma
square this uvonitig, beginning aT
7:30 o'clock. The program is as
Overture: Zuiup.i Horold
Iutcrmui.o: Cuvullurlu Rti-llc.um
Finale: My Old Ktutucky Hume
Bolt) ami ClinrtH: The .SniiK" that
Ml-H Hm Berliner.
Cornet Polo: Culiimlila (by re
Mr. Charles Kruntur.
Selection: A Knimwny (lirl
Caryl I Mouektnu
Walt.: Oolileu HhowersKWaldteiifel
March: Tno Charlatan (by re-
Thu Star Hpauuh-il Banner.
Privato Ha) den, 10th Ptnnsyl
vauia, ni buripil yesterday. The
fuuernl of Private Burtou Wood
bock, 1st Now l'ork, took placo at
St. Andrew's cithedrnl nt 10
o'clock this morning. Chaplain
Schwartz conducted tho last rites,
aud Wray Taylor attonded at the
organ. The committal woids wore
said ovr-r tho c fliu at the church
door, where the tiring pirty dis
charged tho throo volloys in the
air. Una wns becauso tho body
is to be sent homo for interment.
Among thoso present wero Mrs.
S. M. Damon, Mrs. Widdifiold,
Mrs. Jas. Lylo, Mrs. L. E, At
Atwater, Mrs Q II. Berroy, W.
N. Armstrong and F. J Testa.
Ilurrii la (lotnir.
Queen Liliuokalani will bo ono
of tho passengers for tho Stntes
by tho Coptic. It is snid tho
Queeu will lo to Washington to
press tho Crnwu Land claim.
Highest Honors World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEAPS 17" STANDARD