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Yoii. VI. No. 110S.
HONOLULU, II. I., TU3SSDAY, JANUAltY 3, 1890.
Pkioh 5 Cents.
HANDSOME NEW STEAMER DEATH OF W. J. GALLAGHER
HARMONY ODD FELLOWS
Maiden Trip of Pacific Hall
Was Built In England and has
Steaming Capacity of Eighteen
Knots an Hour.
His Friends and Acquaintances Startled
by ills Suddenly Taking Off.
Was About Jown on Saturday Afternoon
Dlcd Before His Physician Reached Him
Was an Editor and an Author.
Installs Offlcers lor Next
Elaborate Banquet Served After the CcremonKs
New Year Opens With
POINTS ON MEAT QUESTION
Experienced Rancher Expresses borne
Says Shortage In Supply Is Due to Incorrect
Methods or Breeding Value of "Out
Cross" Bulls-Blood Will Tell.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OP JCSUS
CHRIST hoUs meetings ns follows in
Milllnnl Hall, rear of Opera House: Sunday
ion. in. Bible class: 11 a. m. preachine in
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 p. in. preaching In English ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. in. prayer meeting.
LAYING OUT NEW ROADS
In tho tinio trtblo oE the PaciGo
Mail Steamship Co, published on
pago 7 of tho livo Bulletin, tho
Nippon Maru ia announced to sail
from tbia port for San Francisco
on Thursday, January Gtb.
To tho cursory reador this an
nouncement possesses little signi
ficance, but to him who thinks, it
is an auspicious event, marking ns
it does tho rapid expansion of
Oriental trade and tho accolornted
shipping interesto required to
Tho Nippon Maru is a very
handsome steamer. Sho was
bnilt and just completed in Eng
land and this will bo her maiden
vovoco in tlioao waters. oho is a
symmetrical craft, strongly con
structed and of great speed, stoam
inc eighteen knots.
Her interior furnishings tiro
olegant and everything in modern
naval construction is suppnou ior
tho edification and comfort of
passengors. Her captain is an
In tho maltor ofpaseongor ac
commodations an innovation will
bo mado in tho Nippon Maru.
Sho will havo no Europeau stoer
ngo. In its placo thoro will bo a
second olass cabin. In this cabin
the fare to or from San Francisco
will bo $50. In the first cabin tho
faro will bo S75.
On tho arrival of tho Nippon
Maru in port she will bo thrown
open for tbo inspection of tho
H. Hackfold & Co., Ltd., aro
That's what we claim to be, with
vjur big stock, big, busy store and
We are ready for
(Orders, when you recover from the
.stuffing administered recently. We
(.-anticipated both the Xmas and New
"Year's Feast Days in recent addi
tions to our stock, and havo in
.reserve, for your trade, almost a
-complete duplicate of what you
iound with us last week.
TO INSPECT Hl'GAH LAND.
W. J. Gallagher, journalist,
died about midnight. It was a
painful surprise to his acquaint
ances to read in this morning's
paper that ho wbb seriously ill, as
ho had been about town seeming
ly in hoalth on Saturday after
noon. TI1090 who had his confi-
donco, howovor, know that Mr.
Gallagher had boon virtually an
invalid tho greater part of his
life. His last illness camo on yes-
torday morning. Dr. Wayson was
called, but the patient, it would
appear, did not follow tho physici
an's instructions. Whon tho doc
tor was summonod a sooond timo
ho responded only to find Mr.
William John Gallagher was
born at Aurora, in tho provinco
of Ontario, Canada, on August 10,
18G4, Iiodco was in his thirty-fifth
year at doath. Ho had tho ad
vantages of tuo oxcollent schools
of his couutry. and early in lifo
learned tho trade of a printer.
From tho caso ho soon graduated
to tho editorial tripod, and was
connected with soveral Oanadiau
papors. Before coming to Hono
lulu ho wan editor and propriotor
of a daily papor at Vancouver,
13. C, but being ahead of tho
times ho did not niako a financial
success of tho enterprise.
Coming hero a fow years ago
Mr.. Gallagher conducted nu in
surance aconcy. For n time ho
ran a wcokly commercial journal,
but it did not pay. Ho was also
connectod with a Japaneso labor
immigration company. Whon
struck down in his primo, Mr.
Gallagher bad in preparation n
iuographioal Dictionary of Ha
Harmony Lodgo, I. 0. 0. F.,
had officers for tho ensuing six
months installed yesterday even
J D McVeigh, N G.
0 B Cottrell, N G.
E R Hondry, Soc'y.
J A Magoon, TreaB.
M L Hartman, Warden.
J Light foot, Con.
Jas Bicknoll, L S N G. ,
Henry Gehring, 11 S V G.
Neoly Boyln, L S S.
Chas F Horrick, I G. '
GhnB T Rodgprs, Chaplain.
J Lightfoot, F H Humphris, N
Gbas F Horrick, Fiuauco Committee.
E 11 Hendry, 0 L Soronson,
Chas T Bodgers, Correspondence
Tho grand officers officiating
wero: H H Williams. Donutv
District Grand grio., Win Whito,
G W; L L La Pierre, G S, Olins
iv T?;n,.i.oi n ivr. v. r u i.
G T; Ohas Carter, GIG.
Aftor installation and routino
business, tho lodeo adiournod to
an elegant banquet served by Jas
otoiuer or tho JMito loo Uream
Parlors. Toasts wore happily
responded to by Mr. MoVoigh for
the Noblo Grand, Mr. Cottiell for
the Vico Grand, Mr. Williams for
OdtLFellowship, Goo L Doll for
Excelsior Lodge, and Mr. Light
foot for the Ladies.
Tho now officers aro resolved to
mako Harmony a bright and
shining stnr in Odd Fellowship,
in keeping with tho now era of
Amoricau institutions of Honolulu.
The beef situation in tho Isl
ands has always been of groat in
terest and tho probloms involved
aro studied daily by tbo stock men
of tho country. A ranch manager
on Hawaii, who has bad many
years of expcrlonco and who has
studied tho situation both in thi
country and in California has tbis
"I havo road tho articlo in tbo
Bulletin bonded 'Honolulu's
Moat Supply1 and I am sure that
tho porson who mado tho statoment
is nt eoa in somo of them.
"First, as regards tho bringing
of boof from California. While
on tho coast I had occasion to visit
Butchor town Bevornl times and
found that primo' beef was com
manding from 7 to 8 cents por
pound, by tho carcass to butchers
who buy from 5 to 25 carca'esos
Engineer Whitehonse to Lay Out New
Route Over Two Gulches.
Contract for Road on Hawaii Hangs Fire
Thirteen Miles Saved Id Surrey from
Hutbue Ranch (0 Walmea.
Mum. Orltwold anil Llclitmberic
Leave for Kona.
N. W. Griswold and W. Lioh
tonborg, two capitalists who camo
by tho last steamer from tho
Coast, loft in tho Mauna Loa this
forenoon to look over tho ground
in Kona where it is propoeod to
start the Kona Suar Co. Thoso
mon wore notified of the inovimont
somo timo ago and came to Hono
lulu in responso to a call from tho
local fi"U that has tho lohoino iu
charge. Messrs Griswold and
L-chteubarg will return iu the
f,.nnn r.n Whuiher or no they
stnntfal Intfl tlld VAiltn. ' Will
wan, which promised to bo an in
teresting ns well ns a
valuable work. At this writing,
it is not known whothor
tho manuscript was far
enough advanoo to mako a realiza
tion for his family.
Mr. Uallaguer, Iiko a nowspaper
men generally, was not long in es
tablishing friendly rotations with
tho community nt largo. His un
timely death will bo widely re
gretted, and tho wife and four
younc children ho leaves have
general sympathy 111 thoir ulllic
tiou. The funeral will take plnco
from tho Methodist church at 10
(I npnd on the in prossion tl ey re
ceive aftor a careful btuuy ut' tho
Iteiiiulne Token Iu Konn.
Tho remains of Mrs. Kekapa
Robinson who died in Honolulu
last Saturday' woro takon to Kai
lua, Konn, tho old homo of tho de
ceased in tho Mauna Loa this
forenoon. A number of friends
and rolutivoB accompanied tbo ro-
mains. Decoasod was tho wife of
Mark Robinson's half brother.
Royal mikes the food pure,
wholesome and dellcleaj.
ftOVH MKIWQ fOWOtH CO. MfWTOffK.
Tho pTopdSed cricket match be'
tweon England and World failed
to materialize Howovor, sides
wero chosen by Rov". V. H. Kitcat
and H. L. Herbert, captain of tho
club, and n first rato gamo whs tho
result. Mr. Kitcat's team wou in
a single inning match with 71
against Mr. Herbert's with 01.
Judgo Stanloy made 30 for Mr.
Kitcat. Captain Horbort did vory
woll for himself with 15. Mr Ho wott,
who Brnved tho other day from
Australia, proved himself an all
round playor as bowler, fioldor
and batter. Mr. Andorson, anotb
or recont ncquiaition, mado 18
runB for Herbert. Mr. Sara, who
camo in tuo eamo Btearoor wuu
Mr. Howott, showed how to koop
wicket. Mr. Kenny, acting con
sul for Great Britain, asks criokot
ors to rally at tho consulate on
Ilcceiitlon to Italian Ofllcer.
Italian Consul F. A. Schaefor
and Mrs. Schaofor havo invited to
Ainahau this nfternoon, n goodly
number of people to onjoy n party
tboy are to givobotween tho hours
of 3 and G, in honor of tho Com
mander and officers of tho Italian
cruiser Etna that is to loavo short
ly for Samoa.
ChIICiI ut Montevideo.
Tho British bark Anamba, Har
der mastor, arrived in port this
foronoon with n cargo of 1770 tons
of genoral raorahnndisa from
Liverpool for T. H. Davies & Co..
ThoAuamba is 82 days from Mon
tevideo whoro she was forced to
put in distroBS on account of
damago and sickness. Tho Ana
rabn sailed from Liverpool July 0.
The Anambra mot with heavy
seas and on ouo occasion had bor
companion and skylights smash
ed. Sailors wero injured and tho
first mnto had an oyo put out.
Whon tho Anambra put into
Montevideo, tho first and second
mates nnd tho crow signed cloar
of tho ship, leaving only boys
ijkwd. Tho present cr&w aro
Of tho six Chinamen charged
with smuggling, fivo had thoir
cases nollo pros'd nud ono wns
fined S50 and costs.
Tho Irmgard will bo forced to
wait a couplo of moro days boforo
becinninc to disohurco. The
Concord is just iu front of hor,
and gives tho Irmgard no ohanco
to got hor hatches in a proper
Tho Amoricnn schoonor Alico
Cooke, Ponhallow master, arrived
in port this foronoon with a cargo
of 702,108 foot of rough lumber,
180.109 foot dressed kumbor, and
500.0110 shinglos for Lewors &
Cooke. Captain Ponhallow is no
companied by his wifo.
Tho British steamship Tartar,
Pybus mastor, arrived in port
oa'rly this afternoon, 11 days from
Yokohama with a cargo of 320
tons of aoneral morchandiso con
signed to Theo. H, Davies fe Co.
Tho Tartar brought 705 stoorago
and one cabin pasaongors for this
port. Tho was ono doath among
tho formor. Acuto pnoumonia
J was the troublo.
per day. Second grado was briug
niK from 5 to G cents and had to
bo pretty bad to go ns low as 5
cents. Boef of bulls from two to
four years old (not stags) was
bringing -1 cents. At theso prices
I fail to sco how beef, imported
from California, oan bo put ou the
Honolulu market at 7 coins, unloss
it bo of a vory inferior quality.
"Certainly, if thero should be
two or threo years of very iiood
weather, this might bo dono, but 1
doubt it vory much.
"CulUornia'is justns badlj off for
beef ns tho Islands aro just at
present. This you can ensily boo
by reading tho daily papers and
"A member of n lnrgo and
wealthy firm of butchers, having
largo interests, intorviowed mo in
regard to tho beof market on
tho Islands not long ago. His ob
ject was to Btart shops hero
with frozon moat. After I
had given him a good idea of the
market hero nnd the retail prices,
ho said promptly that thoro was
uo money in it nnd that ho and
tbo people ho represented, could
do just as woll, or bettor, right at
"Thero is however, ono thing I
am suro of. If nny of tho lurgoj
butcher firms in California boo au
oponiug hero, thoy will cotno
down with a rush. I also know
that a number aro now watching
this markot vory closely. This,
howovor, will not hnppou lor
somo timo as I havo lottery say
ing that thoy expoot California to
have another Ury spoil this com
"Tho second point in tho article
I roforred to is tho shortago of
moat production. I attribute tho
reason, not to lantana, but moro
to nn increase iu tho amouut of
land thnt is boiug taken up for
sugar plantations. Lantnnn is
but a vory small faotor. Thoro is
ono, howovor, that comes before
all othors. I refer to tho lack on
tho part of tho stock-men, of im
portation of now blood into tho
uords ou tho Islands. I do not
mean crauos nut. inoroucuoreu
balls. Thoso should bo ouauged
ovory two or threo years.
"Why is it that Niihau boof is
alway referred to as boing of suoh
a uno nuauiyr l'or no oiuur
roason than that tho Gays and
Sinolairs havo been in tho habit
of, and aro, nlwnys importing
thoroughbred bulls, changing
thoso overy fow years.
"Horo is tho practice on tho
ranohos of tho Islands unloss
thoro has boon a ohango within a
yoar. A bull is imported (gener
ally a grado but in most casos a
sorubl and turned into a hord.
After his calves como along, n fow
of tho most promising aro picked
Bids for a rond from Huohuo
ranch to Waimca, Hawaii, woro
opened on Saturday but no con
tract was awarded. Mr. McGuiro
and Eben Low wero tho only bid
ders. Tho lino has beon laid out
by L. M. Whitehoueo, C. E., for
tho Government. It crossos tho
lava Hows of 1801 and 1859. Whilo
tho coast road is 45 miles in length,
this routo maukn shortens tho die
tanco down to 32 miles.
Mr. Whitehonse leaves in tho
steamer Maui this afternoon to lay
out n now lino of road on Maui,
which is to cross tho Houolua and
llouokohau gulches. It is theso
difficult parts, y traversing tho
gulches, that Mr. Whitououso is
especially engaged to survoy.
Ench part covers a distauco of
about 1500 foet.
By tho last mail from tho Bul
letin received tho following en
closed in nn ouvelopo flaming
"If by a streak of good luck
Harvard should defeat Yale at
football, tho Eli cup will bo full
to nvorilowing. Timothy Dwight
will bo "called baok" hs n mascot."
" 'Luck' bo blowod old man,
papers call football.
Walter nnd Bob."
Between board sales roported
today woro 27 Hawaiian Sugar
S1G5, 15 Hawaiian Sugar 1G3, 50
Oahu assossablo $90, 50 Honokaa
8175. Amoricau Sugar Co. paid
up $115 aBked, Ewa $200 asked,
Hawaiian Aoricultural $390 bid,
Hawaiian Sugar SIG2J bid, Haiku
$255 uskod, Knhuku 8122J bid,
Oahu assossablo $90 bid $95 asked,
paid up 8141 bid $145 asked, Pa-,
cifio Simar Mill $220 bid, Paia
$255 asked, Pepeekoo $175 bid,
Pioneer Mill $280 nuked, Waima
ualo S1G5 nsked, Wnimea $120
Oruml Army nml ttirHiu,tw
Milwnukoo, Deo. 21. Wolcott
PoBt, tho largest G. A. R. post in
tho state, nt a mooting hns adopt
ed resolutions indorsing tho seuji
monts cxproHBed by Prosidout
McKinley on his recont trip aouth.
Thorn wero 87 cases on tho
Police Court Calondnr this morn
ing. Thirty six woro Chinese for
Highest Honors World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Continued on Phbo S.
A Pure Orape Cream of Tartar Powder.
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