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Vol. Y. STo. 1072.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1898
BISHOP WILLIS ENJOINED
THE KING'S OLD COAT
EWA PLANTATION REPORT
THE WAIALUA INJUNCTION
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YUTZO SPEAKS ABOUT CHILD-LIKE FAITH THAT WONT DO IN BUSINESS. 1"
THE NEWSY BULLETIN fM j
is Bringing n JiM V
of Dollars to Its Rapidly $fnlf
Increasing Patrons 3H
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SANITATION FOR WAIKIKI flpHF''
Anglican Church Controversy Comes In
' to Civil Courts.
Ta:;:.::y Imjuncllon Issues The Bishop
Charted With Purpose or Destroying
the Second Congregation.
Judge Porry this moruiug in
suo I n teiupornry injunction
against the Bishop of Honolulu,
on the petition of George S.Harris
and W.L.SttiulHy, u aniens, andE,
W. Jordan, J. W. Pud in ore and T.
M. Starkoy, members in good
standing, of the iSocoud English
Speaking Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral. Mr. Hflrris
is also designated as one of tho
"Trustees of tho Auglican Church
in Hawaii," which is u corpora
tion owning in fee simple and
having tho exclusive control and
managamont of St. Andrew's
Petitioners sot'forth that during
1885 and thereafter tho Second
congregation occupied the catbo
drat ut cortniu times for its wor
ship. It bad in tho period stated
soutiibuted large sums, amount
ing to tnoro than 10,000, to tho
fund for maintaining the cathe
dral and premise and providing
for tboir parmanont improvement.
Its contributions for these pur
poses were made upon an under
standing that tho "said congrega
tion and the raorabers thereof
should havo the irrevocable ubo
and onjoymont of said buildings
and tho premises and grounds
thereof for tho purposes of public
worship," und tlut "such uso
Bliould be accorded to said congro
gatinu as a eopnrate, permanent
and distinct organization from any
other organization making similar
uses of said cathedral ana prom
ises." Roforouco is made to ap
pended affidavits showing a mu
tual arrangomeut of hours of wor
ship made with the other U nlios
occupying tho placo.
Petitioners allogo and churgo that
the Bishop, without excuse, au
thority or justification of law, now
aims to dostroy said Second con
gregation,and to that end tbroatons
to deprive it of any use whatso
avor of the cathedral and promises,
anl of all privilocoB heretofore
enjoyed in connection therewith,
and more specifically that tho 13 1
shop id making arraugoinonts to
occupy the cathedral and premises
with other congregations, conduct
ing worship in the Hawiiian Ian
gunso. at the tiuis in which tho
Second congregation has hereto
fore he'ii ucuustoiufd- to use the
cathedral, aud illegally olainn
the right to revoke tin
liceiw of tin duly HoeiiHe I min
ister aud timtor of the co"g-a.ja
ti'" , tti Rev Alex m W Erkln
to h. tn-1 t'irpateiis h t id r li
wit'i, and 1 1 refme to lie " any
past'ir in bin place for wii e m
gregation tho purpose and ob
ject of defendant in taking the
stop3 aforesaid bsiug to neoom
pliah his purpose to destroy tho
The prayers of the petition are
that tho Right Revel mi i Alfred
Willis, Bishop of Honolulu, be
summoned to appear and answer
the complaint, and abide by all
the procoedingi and ordors
of tho honorable court;
that a temporary writ of injunction
issue forthwith from this honora
ble court restraining and enjoin
ing the Bishop, his chaplain, sor J
vantB, agenu, or repreuentativos,
roligious and secular, until further
ordor of tho court from in' any
wise intorforiug with ttio Second'
congregation; tliBt the 'Bishop be
furthor restrained from 'cancoling
tho license of the Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh, and that the injunc
tion may be mado perpetual.
Exhibits in the caso make a
good inoh or more in thiaknoss of J
On nt'Veral oocualons I Imvfl erteil
aiiuims in n, iii'LLeriM.'iyAurN
niul I hey Imve In oeli iimtauco
brought mo ll Itr.rt'HNN rr my
liivu.iiupiii.-H. i;, WMker, Cluvelmid
Cyclery, Masoulc lemilv.
Strange Story of the Early Discovery
of tbe Islands.
Remarkable Search (or a Remarkable Garment
and tbeReraartable Find Its
In tho year 1785 certain mer
chants of London formed n com
pany under tho titlo of Kitfg
George's Sound Co., for tho pur
pose of carrying on tho fur trade
from tbo wostorn coast of Ameri
ca to Ohina, and engaged to bring
homo cargoes of tea from Canton
for the East India Co.
Accordingly thoy purchased und
fitted out two ships tho King
Georgo of 320 tons, and tho Queen
Charlotte of 200 tons, giving com
mand of the larger vobboI to Oapt.
Portlook, and that of tho smaller
to Capt. Dixon, both of whom had
served under Capt. Cook in his
laht voyago. Thoy loft England
in tho month of September, 1785.
After a voyago of efx months, their
supply of wator Tunning short,
thoy first mado for tho group
of Los Monjes, laid down on
tho old Spanish charts. Not And
ing this group, which was no
doubt the Hawaiian Islands,
placed ten or fiftoen dogreos oast
of tboir truo position, thoy ran
down before the trado wind to the
Island of Hawaii. They arrived
off the coast of Kau May 24, 1786,
roondod South Point and stood to
tho northward, trading with tbo
natives for hogs, vegetables and
Thoy noticed at night a great
nurabor of fires lighted along tho
shore wliioh they correctly sur
mised to be for the purposo of
alarming tho country. Ab they lay
at anchor in Eealakekna Bay, the
ships woro surrounded by vast
multitudes of natives.
As thoy became insolent and
troublesome, and as no ohiof.ap
poarod with bufficiont authority to
koop thorn in order, Oapt. Portlook
determined to leavo as soon as
posjiblo. He had learnod from tbe
people that Ealaniopuu, tbo Into
king, was dead, and that Kaineha
meba reigned in his stead.
In ordor to got robm for his
mon to work in unmooring tbo
Bhips, Capt. Portlock was obliged
to scaro thom away by firing off
four - pounders and six swivels
with blank charge, at thd eatno
timo tabuing the ships by hoUtiug
whito flags at tho m-untop gallant
mastheads. ThUhirt tho desired
effect, and enabled them to un
moor and K"t under way forOdhu
On the 1st of Juu, 178G, they
anchored in Waialae Bay hotween
Koko Poiut and Diain-md Head,
which Capt Pollock named King
George Bay. Hure tli-y remained
four days buying fresh water by
tho calabash full, and in this way
obtaining over thirty tons of water.
Kahokili, the kiac, who was then
residing at Waikiki, Bont them
presents, but did not go on board.
Oapt. Portlock noticed that near
ly all of tho iron daggers Bold by
Capt. Cook at Hawaii in his form
er voyage, woro now in possession
of Kahekili's warriors, which prov-
Continued on Pago 3.
Royal rniku the food pure,
wholesome and dtllclMa.
ROVU DAK1NO FOWOI CO., NIW TOM.
CIRCUIT COURT MATTERS
Old Joe Barros Goes to Prison for
Forgery to Collect Debt.
t&rsen Makes Flgbt Against Paying Coon':
Bond-Requirement of Bonn in Eject
ment Suit Guardianship.
Joo Barros was sentenced bv
Judgo Perry this morning to ho
imprisoned at bard labor for tbreo
months and pay a fine of $1 and
costs for forging Sam Andrews1
endorsement on n draft J. L.
Kaulukou, who defended him, had
mado nn earnest ploa for suspen
sion of sentence. It was his firet
offense, ho had' plways proviously
borno a good character, already
bo had spout. .forty days in jail
awaiting trial, (rod, moreover, the
act was dono whilo Androwl was
delaying tho" settlement of an ac
count with Barros. Tho nttornoy
tendered payment into court of
tho 310.10 lost by tho Bnk of Ha
waii in cashing tbo forged draft,
but was informed that tbe Court
could not collect money on a crim
inal prosecution. Mr. Ohilling
wortb, retainod by Mr. And rows,
reviewed tho facts and contended
that commercial paper sboald be
protoctod by tho courts. Deputy
Attornoy General Dole, whilo do
clining to consent to suspension
of sontonco, said that under the
circumetances bo could not ask for
a Bovero sontonco. Barros is an
old cotored Portuguese, who has a
grownup family, and his wifo diod
two months ago.
Judcro Porrv has pivon "Waiku-
lani, on hor showing of causo, un
til 1' p. m. Monday, to file a bond
for costs in hor efectment Buit
against Joa. O. Carter and other
Bishop trustees. Kinney, Ballou
and McOlanahan for tho writ to
show cause, Lyle A. Dickoy for
William Larson, one of W. J.
Coon's bondsmen, by his attornoy,
Charles Creighton, answers tho
Marshal's complaint, Baying "that
ho denies oaoh and every alloca
tion thoroin contained, and gives
cotico that in his defonse he will
rely on fraud, illegality, releaeo
Elizabeth and Charles Coukelt-
by their attorneys, Do Bolt und
Honshall, file exceptions to tho
ovortuling of their domurror to
the complaint of A. Mouritz.
J. A. Monsarrat has bean ap
pointed guardian of tho minor
children of the lata J. I. Dowsott,
under $3500 bond.
Judges Perry and Stanley aro
both hearing divorce cases.
Hawaiian Jury Hue AH the Vary Ileln
oui Criminal Caui.
Tbero aro s-vn criminal cases
for tho Ha want, u, and eight for
the foreigu jury, on tho calendar
for the December term of tho Soc
oud Circuit Court at Lahaina, to
opon Wednesday, Decembor 7, bp
foro Judgo Kolua. The Hawaiian
criminal casoa consist of one each
of manslaughter, burglxr, out
rage, forgery and vhLiwiiov,
and two of porjut, Tho
foreign aro all liquor unl opann
cases oxcepting ooo of i uixu cp.
Tnoro aro five Hawaiian jury,
six mixed jury, four foro gn juiy
and two jury waived cimI, tour
divorce, two oharabers and four
continued casus stipulated for
hearing in vacation but not yot
Lost" Tuesday after dark, somo
ono ontored'tbo stable in the roar
of Ohds. Huataco's houne and with
aknifo'vory badly laoorated the
hoadrjunrtor' of a favorite driving
mare. Tho Injury was not dis
covered until tho, following morn
ing when the annual was taken
out to be clCaood.
The polico wore put on tbo caso
but ho far havo not succeoded in
getting a clow to the perpetrator
of the dastardly ou'rago.
A veterinary surgeon is tending
tbo mure aud hopes to uuvo its
Some Interesting Figures of the Noted
Manager iowrlo's Remarks on Experiments
With American Labor Social Pro
blem Is tbe Serious One.
Tho "Eighth Annual Treasur
ers and Managor'e Reports to the
Stockholders of tho Ewa Planta
tion Ca. for tho year ending Sep
tember ,30, 1893," has been is
William A. Bowon, tro'iaurer
Ewa Plantation Co. Ltd.," submits
tho corapauy's usual financial ex
hibits, prepired by D. B. Mur
dpoh, plantation book-keepor.
Not earnings of tho year were
3792,112 87. Tho total sugar pro
duction is valued at 1,290,788.70.
Seed cano sold, molasses, etc., make
tho total earnings $1,305,372 39
Deducting tho operating oxpenses,
$518,259.52, tho net earnings
abovo stated ore givon.
In tho treasurer's credit! appoar
tho following expenditure:
monts S 101,992 G3
For Kindergarten . . GG0 30
Ico plant 2,542 13
Bonds paid 99,000 00
Dividends paid.. yft 300,000 00
Tho total crop for season 1897 8
is 19,583 tons. '
Th6 capitalization of 82,000,0
is balanced by tho following crod
its: Funds in hand. . . . S 85,971 99
Balanco porsonal 1"' ruaj
accounts 35,321 17
Proporty accounts t 1,507,587 75
Sundry resources. . 371,410 09
S 2,000,000 0
Tho mill report by B. J. Put
nam, chemist, shows tho high (ex
traction of 93.59 por cent of tho
total sugar Tons of cano ground,
W. J. Lowrio tho manager's re
port exults over an average mill
record of 126 tons of sugar a day.
The crop was tho largost over pro
duced in this country, Tho com
ing crop will consist of 2143 acres
including ratoons, and should
amount to about 20,000 tons. For
noxt year's crop tbero will bo 2250
acres of cane, and tbo crop will
probably bu largor than any pre
Bosides ono now boiler added
lastyoar, a now 2,000,000 gallon
Roidlur pump hoa boon installod.
A now pump ordered to roplaco
old No. 1 will bo put in this win
ter: Regarding profit sharing, Mr.
Lowrio says: "This branch of
tho work is going on with tho
Cbinoso and Japaueso very satis
factorily, but wo havo raised the
prico por ton of cane from 81 to
81.10 to correspond with the gen
eral advance of wages.
J'AVo also havo fourtoon Cali
fornia farmers at work raising
sugar on sbores, and so far are
cuitit'gon all right.I sincerely hope
nothing will ariso between tho
ftiniltes to causo dissatisfaction,
ax on this venture much dopendB
as to what whito men can do raia-
Continued on l'ago (I.
ITKMS OF INTKHIST TO IlIOYCLi:
Rubber Is very scarce nJ sleailly aivanclne In
price. Ullcycles tires anl tubes, also Carrlaee tires
vance already on soma tires.
are iikeiy iu aavance in price, so cents a taik aa
The )o Inch wheel will not take the place ol the S
as advertlteJ by some manufacturer In 99, canvass
of various makers has resulteJ In an ektlmateJ of
from j to 10 per cent. "The Cycle Age" says It Is
a passlnefaj. like the 10 Inch front wheel of a few
years ago, anj the very low heal ol this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reiiacniiy wnicn cams anj Keeps tne popular ravor,
Bicycles will be tlocurateJ, anj appearance In 09.
stuJcd even by those makers who have held back
from using transfers striping, etc., the demanJ Is
for decoration anJ likes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
BAILEYS HONOLULU CYCLEIIY. at Kins
street has good second hanJ wheels at $ij, with new
tires jo tu 935, rL.w uicycies io 97 moaei. me
Reliable Stormer Wheels '93 model at $40 guaranteed
1 year, M and W tires.
Repairs of all kinds.
$1 per month keeps your nike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
Demnrrer to Soper and Yalentfoe's Bill
Respondents Call for Documentary Evidence and
Claim that Case Is One of Law
and Hot Equity.
Benjamin F. Dillingham nnci
the Wnialua Agricultural Cora
pany Ltd,, by their attorney, F.
M. Hatch, have filed a demurrer
to the bill for declaration of trust,
specific performanco and injunc
tion of John 11. boper aud Ij. b.
Valoutino. It sets forth that a
dopy of the contract or vouchor,
on which tho claim is based, is
not attached to tho bill; that
tho bill is defective for want of
partios to whom it is alleged the
defondant corporation is about to
deliver the shares in question; that
complainants have a remedy at
law; that complainants havo shown
no sufficient or legal consideration
to support tbo alleged undertaking
on the part of tho respondent,
Benjamin F. Dillingham, and that
the bill does not state facts such
as would entitle tbo complainants
to tho roliof prayed for in a court
of, equity or any roliof.
IIUTSIANN' MUHT HlillVK.
The Huprrmft Court Flnila No IlOMnn to
Revoke Ills HenlFncr.
Tin Supremo" Court has over
ruled the exceptions and affirmed
the sentenoe of tho lower court,
in tho caso of Georgo H. Rut
mann, for attempt to murder. A.
S. Humphreys, sitting as Bubati-
tuto Justice witu UuieE Justice
Judd and Justico Whiting', writes
the unanimous opinion of tho
court. It is hold as tho law,
"Ono may be cbarg'ed in differ
ent counts in tho same indict
mont as principal and as accesso
ry before tho fact in an attorn pt to
commit a crime. Suoh pleadinc
finds support in tho genoral prin
ciples of oriminal pleading aud
praotise independent ot statutory
"Where one is oharcod in an in-
diotmont ns principal and as ac
cessory boforo tho fact ho is not
entitlod to his dischargo because
of tbo acquittal of his alloged
"Tbero boing no errors of law
in tho record tho court will not
disturb tho' verdict of a jury
where it is supported by tbo ovj
In this caso tbo wifo of But
mann, charged as principal, waB
acquitted by a nativo jury, whilo
tho hnsbandwas convicted as prin
cipal by a foroicn jury.
Deputy Attorney General E. P.
Dole for prosecution; Wilder,
Wibo & WakoUoltl and Paul Neu
mann for defendant.
There was quito a littlo doing
on 'change this morning. The
sales of 155 sharos of Ookaln at
891,10 shares of Oahu'at S150,
and 10 shares Paia at 3215 were
reportod from tbo street. At the
Hession 5 shares of Oaliu ApseBsa,-
blo sold at 970 This stock lump
ed to S72J just after t'no sale. For
Paia S25D was offered and S255
asked, Hawaiian Elootric offered
at S201. For Ookala S85 was bid
and S109 asked. Tho other stocks
remain about the same.
Somo very fine samples of Kona
coffee cleaned at H Hackfold and
Co. coffeo mill at Kailua wero left
a.t this office today.
Tbe Gardner of Emma equaro
has crown very mighty lately and
is acting like tho janitor of a New
xoricuai. lveceuuy iwo ooye jn
bluo had the boso tnrnod on thom
and the children of Jas. F, Mor
gan woro frightened out of tho
pnblio's ploasuro ground by hav
iug uroom lurowu ni luonn
Thos living in tho vioinity Bro
wondering whero tho gardnor pot
bin Mithority for his actions, and
how loug it will bo boforo ho is
Good Work Began by Resident Agent
of Board of Health.
Tpe Chief Suburban DrUeway an Avenue ot
Hogpens Agent to Recommend
Georgo Mnnson has dond elf d
tivo work since bring appointed
agent of tho Board of Health for
Waikiki. By the courtesy of tho
Marshal ho was givon a ntivo and
a Chinese policeman, nnd tho ueo
of a brako, and went all over t 0
district. Ho found tho condition
of the hogpens overywhnro bad.
I no sniallor onen, having two or
threo to a half a dozn hoce, were
tho worst. Mr. Mauson suppress
ed two Oliincsa washlimiscd oper
ating contrary to law on tbo Wai
The agent estimates that there
aro 500 hogs kept along that road,
botwoon Hopkiu's switch and
Sherwood's place, within a couplo
of hundrod yards on either side.
This is on tho chief suburban
driveway of Honolulu. Ho will re
commend to tho Board that a reg
ulation bo passed forbidding the
keeping of hogs within, say, five
miles of tbe ceuter of the town. It
is not only tho rofuso of the pens
that makes a nuisance, but tho
swill and kitchen waste ot the
town packed out in barrels and
box-s are almost equally offensive.
Mr. Mnnson touk tho Board
ngency as an honorary service, for
the protection of hi neighbors as
well as lnniHelf from growing
menace to thoir health.
The Mnunii I.ou'. IMIIkln.
Jrihn Iaukea, the diver for Sor
enson & Lyle, wis down under the
stern of tboMauuaLoa Uh'h morn
ing iuvedtigatiug tho piupoller.
There was no troublo with tbe
shaft or machinery. It was found
that about 20 fathnuix of Tour-inch
hemp hawser had bocoino ontan-
gled with the blades. This ac
counts for tbo slow time made by
tho liner yesterday. Tbo obstruc
tion was rotnovml. Quite a crowd
watched tbo operations of tho
diver from tho wharf.
The Now Encland Bakery and
Candy Co. have ben mnking great
preparations to furnish Honolulu
with tho mostdouoiou-i mince pies,
pastry, candy, ico cream, sbertels,
sal tod outs and all the good things
required for Thanksgiving day.
Call on them, 21 and 2G Hotol
street, or call up.telephone No.T -and
givo them your order. '
m m m
Peoplo using the Tnntnlus road
otato that it is iu a very bad condi-V
tion, nnd needs prompt aUention
from tho road supervisor. The
number of rosidentd in the sub
urban section of Honolulu is
gradually iucrensing and patrons
of the road nro disposed to de
maud tnoro nttontion.
If you want a nice llubber tire
bnck with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tol. M9,
and wo guaranteo you will bev
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Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
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