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Vol. VI. No. 1113.
HONOLULU, II. ., MONDAY, JANUARY 0, 1801).
I'jtiUE f) Oiwra.
TBE REJECTED CHlNESElCHlNESE STRIKE ON MAUI
CHARLES H, COOKE, LTD
OPENING OF SPECIAL TERM
That's what we claim to be, with
our big stock, "big, busystore and
We are ready for
Orders, when you recover from the
stuffing administered recently. We
anticipated both the Xmas and New
Year't. Feabt Days in recent addi
tions to our stock, and l.av- in
reserve, for your trade, almost a
complete duplicate of what you
found with us last-Week.
Milees Regarding Thn Kay Be Re
celitd By S. S. CWna.
Tbey Haj Be Appealed to Ibe Secrelan ot
(he Treasurf as Tfae; are Rejected
Under Uls iDSItDcttons.
Collector General F. B. Mc-
Stocker ami Inspector Joshua K.
Brown woro mot togetbor this
morning and aBked what they
wcro going to do with tho Gin
nepo remanded to their custody by
tho Supremo Court. Would they
bo sent back to China without
awaiting further instructions from
"We do not know what wo oio
going to do. At present wo bo
long to the know-nothings." Mr.
McStooker guvo this answer, but
added: "I may ay that we hope
to hear Boroethiue from Wash-
ineton bv thoBlotmer Ohiua "
Whether the rejected Chinese
could find h way for an appeal to
tho Federal Supromo Court was
discussed. Of courso nothing do-
finito could be. said on this point,
it boiug onu that perhaps not ovon
tho lawyers can elucidate
"They may have n right to np
poal to tho Secret. y of th Treas
ury," Mr. Brown remarked, "as
thoy ar- rcfusol admission undor
UP ON TANTALUM.
UI1II0 on A Haetulrty
There were 11 largo numher of
poople up on Tantalus yesterday
afternoon. There was misfortune
in oue locality. A doul)lu seated
rig l)t (ike down about halt way np.
People who teceutly purchased
lotB from tho Government aro be
ginning to Utwa thefO cloan.il off,
preparatoiy to buildiDg.
Thoro is a uuisanco up on tho
ridgo that should be stopped at
once, oovoral Horses, Deionging
to Portuguese and others, have
bo.n allowed to run looeoon tho
ridgo and the youog growth of
trees i heing wiped out of exi'.
tencOi Tll'g '" woi k for tho pound
Prof. Ko-Ma and Mr. ILiuha,!' ,r?. a W Uvo16.;08 tu mn-
tho lattor of tho Government nut
sery, wero up on Tantalu3 yester
day. They ascended t" 0 Uigbo&t
point and then wn' down into
1110 rauoa land. P.o(. vo-bele
reports finding a very r.i ' bu, a
naive of theso Island. il.!sn
oiuica uiai me native ui'iihciw. a
plant bearing a beauiiti.l wbito
dower, 11 in bloom. Prof. Koo
1 ole so ured a number o iMittings
of tliir plant nd brongi r ,h m to
IIMIIt.i-AiiiPrlciia LI Hi-.
Cnl. W hyte, agent for .he Brit
is'Ai lenciM Steamship Lino of
wliirh 'he Gurouno is ono of the
boats, U u uuest at tho Hawaiian.
Ho stilted to a reporter of tho
Bulletin lnit evening that tho
line which he reprosontB will sure
ly proouro other steamers to run
on the r-inte, and that vory soon.
Cil. Why to 1- very much ploased
with tho proajieitta hero and thinks
that Pugot S)uud will do its
share of the bnsineH-,
Donot,because the alum
baldng powders may be a
little lower in price, risk
your health by using thenu
Royal is a pure Baking'
Powder, free from alum,
and makes healthful food.
It is really more economi
cal,in use than the lower
priced powders, because it
is of greater strength and
With Bicycle Races Principal
News ot the Week.
Years Passes Quietly New Reading
Room Difficulties of Getting Mail
Wailuku, Maui, January 7
Tho Maui greyhound, tho S. S.
Claudino, beat tho S. S. Manna
Loa twenty minutes from Hono
lulu to Lahalnn Inst Tuesday
evoning, tho 3rd inst. Tho good
nows was wired all over Maui
during that evening. Maui folks
have always bolioved that tho
Claudino is tho fastost of all tho
Another bloodless strike hns
come and paesod on Maui. Last
Last Wednesday, 4th inst., Harry
Copp, "m luna at Spreckelsvillo
plantation attempted to roughly
handle a Chinese contract laborer
while working on tho fields, but
tho celestial turned on tbo luna
and struck him on tho bead with
a hoe. A warrant was issued for
tho airest of tbo pako on tho
charge of assault and battery on
tho luna with a weapon imminent
ly dangerous to lifo, to wit; a hoe,
and ou this account tho ontiro
gang of thirty-60ven Chinese ro
fused to work and were brought
to Wailuku jail on tho charge of
deserting labor contract. DuriDg
tho ovening a telephone message
was recoivod from Manngor Low
rio Btating' that a largo gang of
I Chinese estimated to be in tho
neighborhood of fifty or sixty were
leaviug for Wailuku arm oil with
Sheriff Baldwin and his deputy,
Mr. Scott, thou summonod all tho
Wailuku police to ossomblo at the
jail ia order to meet tho foo. A
fow extra guards wero onlisted for
tho night. At about 11 p. m.. tho
Chineso reached the Wailuku de
pot and tho loader formed his
men in battlo array ready for an
onslaught on tho Wailuku police.
Atabout that time Sheriff Bald
win and Doputy Sheriff Soof no
compauieu uy -ooa, te of ....
u police, all uiduntu, ad-
I vanced to moet tho colestiol war-
jail. Op the approaoh of the po
lice, tho strikero finding out that
thoy woro to moet mon ormod with
revolvers and blacksnakes con
cluded that it was tho better part
of valor to return to Spreckols
ville, whit -r ! . n- r..M after
receiving a fw . 'Jul .oararka
notn iiiH bJiernr.
A band of nti uf rix or fight pd
licoon horsebaiik followed the re
treating su" Mri . til bey.nd Ka
hului. A' u it .) oVlocl. the fol
lowing day ii 'thor ang mat tho
returning hei -i. n ' woi nrrel
to make anothei ..t'oiupt to march j
up to AVoiluku, whither thuy nil
wended their way arriving outbid
tho courthouso before .murine.
When tho peaceful .-it zns of
Wailuku WokQ UD in lie mnrainn
thoy found tho midut;lit i ivjwlers
in ohnrgoof tho chu.,",iyir.l, mill.
out any weanons liow- v-r. ti,n
boeB being loft on'tho muxl hiirt
Kahului. At 11 n. m tho two
hundred Chineso were persuaded
by their friends to iotum t.. tli
work and bo poacoablo citizens
once more, to which thoy quickly
assented on tho promiRo that their
friends iu jail will uot be harmed.
Wheu this gang of over one hun
dred wero returning, they mot Mr.
Lowrio on the way und it is claim
ed that they dinarmed him of his
bliicksuake. During the day, tho
pake who nsRaultod the luna was
fined S8.75 before Magistrate Mc
Kay, whilo tho thirty-BOvon other
Chineso wero fined S2 apiece. The
Cl iueso of SprockfllBvilln aro soid
to havo a grudgo against a now
regulation to.cing jhem to oat
cold rico for their noon day meal,
the rico being cooked in the morn
Continued on Pago 3.
Incorporation For Real Estate
and Financial Business.
Capital Stock $300,000 With Option of
Increasing to $1,000,000 Conducted.
by Board of Directors.
Articles of incorporation of
"OharleB M. Cooke, Limited,"
havo been filed in tho Interior
Office. Tho incorporators aro
Charles M. Cooke, Anna O. Cooke,
O. Montague Cooke Jr., Olaronco
H. Cooke, A. Frank Cooke, P. J.
Lowrey and J. B. Atherton, all of
Tho purposes of tho corporation
aro to engago in tho business of
buying, selling, holding, leasing
and otherwiso dealing in real
estate, buildings and otbor
proporties, and tho buy
ing, selling, Holding and deal
ing in snares of Htock in other
corporations; and the making
purchases of reid and personal
property and'holding tho same as
investments; aud tbo loaning of
money upou note and mortgago
or otbor security for purposes of
investment, but uot as a discount
or banking business; and tho pur
chase, holding and t-nlo of vessels
and shnros or interoits in tho same;
aud the caro and incrot.se of tho
capital by safe and prudent in
vestments; and the borrowing of
monoy, with the power to civo
security for tho samo, by mort
gago or otherwise, upon any prop
erty of tho corporation excopt its
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Lkinr. nvr nf n nt ., -,..,...
real and personnl of any natural
which tbo parties to tho articles
on-anyv'or tnora may oon
voy to the covporHon and
tho undertaking r.'t the man
agement, care, oatrol and preser
vation of tho aR,uo; aud tho acqui
sition, hold'4Dg ftnd dealing in any
propany, nnd tiio transaating any
busiuoss which incidentally to
any ot tho abovo purposes may
''""Bsarily or conveniently bo ac
quired, hold, dealt in or trans
The capital stock of tho corpof
ation is $300,000 divided into 3000
shares of tho par valuo of S100
loach, with tho option of iucrena
j-,- said capital from time to time
to a snu. not exceeding ono million
dollars. Tdp tora1 o incorpor
ation is fifty yOMS,
Tho office aro id dflUgtst of a
uoard or directors ot not less tnitu
three nor mate than five idotcrbors.
TIub board Has power to dd any
business under fbo articles, except
in cases where niore than $25,000
is involved in a single transaction.
In such cases a vbfacf tho stock
holders in necessary.
Charlos M Gooko ik declared in
an affidavit to bo managing direc
tor, and Anna O Cooke" and Clar
dnco H Gooko directors.
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817ICIDB NUAW KAWAlrtlJC.
Chins'. Bnrke a young stVngor
who arrived in Hilo" in tho Amy
Tnrnor, D'ooomber 2 and who
loft in tbe Clfwdino for this Cort
liiday loaf, committed sbicidfV hy
jumping frt.ni tho Btoaiher jdt)
inuuiiuuiiu r bus was i) earing
Kawnihae,.' Bbfofo doing this
clesporate deed, Burke hondod'h-H
money, a ohecb for 81000, S7iJ'in
gold and $G in silVor to Mr. Ric-'
leyt a man who hearing deceased
conversing with the mate of the
Claudine outsido hi., door about fi
o'clock Friday morning, walked
out to find Burke rtjady (0 do
BuTke handed bin rings to
Richloy, A little later ho climbed
over tho sido of the ship and
hanging' to a rope for a short
whilo, dropped iuto tho water.
Ho was not noon again. Nothing
is ItuonuioC Rurko.
A Chinaman tried to commit
Hiiiiiido by jumping overbijard
while the Maui was on hor way
to this port. IIo was detected
before being nblo to do tho- deed.
Controversy Between Government and
Oahu Railways Land. Co.
Eight Chinese Habeas Corpus Cases Next
Order Other Cases In Brief
Tho Supromo Court opened in
special term this morning. Chief
Justice Judd, Justice Whiting and
Circuit Judgo Perry compose the
Ministor of Interior vs. Oahu
Railway & Land Co. was tho first
caso called. It is an appeal of
plaintiff from tho Circuit Judga of
the First Circuit. Hartwoll ap
pears for plaintiff;. Kinney, Bal-
lou & MeClanaban and Hatch for
Tho foreign will bo followed by
eight Chinese habeas corpus cases.
Whether the petitioners will press
their cases, notwithstanding tho
Supremo Court decision rendered
on Friday, roraains to bo seen.
Other causes on tho calendar aro
Agnes Jonos et al vs Hann L
Pdoloa ot al. Exceptions from
Circuit Court, iirst Circuit.
In ro Guardianship of Maria
Blown. Appeal from OircaU
Judgo, Fourth Cirouit.
Tax Assessor vs Oahu Railway
& Land Co. Appeal from Tax
H B Saylor vs Hnw Star Nows-
papot Aaaooiation, Exceptions
trom UirouU Uort. First Circuit
. -L oi'.tman vs uceanic a o
T -. n.in n n
I Vr iiPPOttl frOm
J K Sumner vs It W Wilcox.
Appeal from Circuit Court, First
Republic of, Hawaii vb G L
Edwards. Exceptions. Rehear
G M Mnalo vs S T Kaiapa.
Exceptions from Circuit Court,
Roso Berliner vs S S City ot
Columbia. Appeal from Circuit
Judgo, First Circuit.
Pallia w, vs John Miguel. Ex
ceptions. Rohearin" asked.
Aaloua vb Kaapuiki ot al. Ex
captions from Circuit Court, Fifth
' Houomu Sugar Co vs G Zeluoh.
Appoal from District Court,
Uonomu Sugar" Oo vb A Saye-
wiz, Appeal from District Court,
A Mouritz vs Mary Lewis et al.
Submission of cause without ac
tion. T Hoffmann vs J S Bailey. Ex
ceptions from Circuit Court, First
Hawaiian O fc S Co vs Kahului
Railroad Co. Excerj.ifius from
Circuit Court, First Circuit.
KafiCilui Railroad Co vs Ha
waiian C & S Co. Exceptions
from Circuit Court, First Cir
cuit. Kahului Railroad Co vs llrtwai.
iao O & 8 Co. Appeal from Oir
cnit Judge, Firsf Circuit.
Alli.& Robinson Vfl G W Liu
coin et uf Exceptions from Cir
ouit CourtV First Circuit.
i 0 Notley tit Kukmau Plantation
Co, Exceptions from Circuit
GJliVf. First Circuit.
Jillftffl Stanley, at'GiVfcnit Court
chatnbVf. heard tlid' dertmirror to
hrndndWV domplaint of AI. Loe
potiatoi'if vs V f Shipmon1. Rob
pHson .(: Wildrtr for pfrtiutiff:
Xibnoy, Ballou AiVJc.Olannliarii'for
A Hawaiian Tramways bus
camo" to griff near Kaitrhao
Ohuroii'barlylnat evoning. Theto
had hedd' a limn in nmnm.. i-
Diamoud 'Hoad during tho affor-
uoun nm' a crowd wae hein
brought to town1 in tho bus. Eith "r
tho load Was too heavy or tho bin.
auu Hum.. ..n aii'ovout8 tner.- was
n broak down
RLORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
,CI1IIST holds meetings as follows in
.VUlllani Hall.rEiro. UperaHOuse: bunday
loa. m. Bible-class; n a. m. preaching. In
Hawaiian; Grjop. m. preaching Hawailao;
7:jo p. m. preaching In English ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. in. prayer meeting.
BUILDING AND LOAN AFFAIRS
Tho new series, No. 18, of the 4
Pioueor Building .fc Loan issoci-' '.
ation of Hawaii la now open- All
persons desiring to sccurn shares
are requestod to notify tho secre
tary during his office hours from
1 to 1:30 p. m. at the Chamber of
The semi-aunnnl statement of
tho Association- shows an increnso
of Sb,570G7 iu the capital stock
sinco Juno 30s 1898. The resources
of tho Association Bre S120,0G 7C
Ovor twenty uew houses havo
boon built by "tuoso taking Htock
in the Association since the Inst
o5 Juno. Tho valuation of the
houses is from $100 1 up.
During the laBt six months
period tho disbursements weio
824,086.70. Tottvl number of
shares in force Deo.31, 1898, 1,027..
Tho book vnluo of tho shares of
tho first aeries is S180.53 .showing
n cavn of $Sl.fi3 on tho amount
paid in which !b $102. Tho shares
of the. first Bories will mature in
Hati-n IJy Vrom lilt".
papor utates that
tho Mokulelo camo fr.m. Ililo in
twenty four hours. Iu reality, it
look hor seven days to get hero
from Hilo. Iu tho first nhiue, oho
to l!', K.ck?poo Med-olne .how
it) ivaiiuu. j mo iuuik i" m-jo.
Thon she stmck contrary weather,
which inado it very hard for her
to got along. It is uot yet curtain
when tho Mokulele will sail nuain
for Hawaii port'i "
nutlliir a. Mn unit 1sn,
The Wilder Steamship Co.
c?aiifl a groat victory. Hero is
Olaudim. left Uonolulu,.Tatiuary
3 lit 11:51 a in, a d arrived in La
haina 0.2 1 J p iu.
Mauu Loa left Honolulu,
January 3 at 12:13 pin, aud ar
rived iu Lahaina 0:52.
Claudine wiim. Uifferonco o
time, 11 minnt"s.
Ilai.y llirlinr I'iiIIth.
Tho waterfront polico oflicen
are beginning to got a great lot of
Work just m.v ThU tnoruing,
thero ero five men, deserter au3
drunks, to be distributed aboard
ho Snow it Burgees, Fort G-orgo
and W. F. Baboook. The last
pufofd eliip has very Holdom como
iuto this port without getting into
trouble.1 with tho men.
Two mt;f from tin Snow and
Burgos wera caught abuiml tha
Archer thm norniug.
Humlay Mornlnir Ituiai.
SuiidaV moruiiiK, M-uthal
ron ami DvHtivti Knana raid
ed .onr,jO Hiuhlail'iic's placo
os' Hoilit). o re. t aud earned tiwoy
Amu liquor Tho "nseciMno up in
thtfPolico Court liiftf min.ingaud
a nolle prosequi was t7.ilVtsf.
Highest Honors World's Fall"
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
van Urapa Cream "" rowner.
iO YEAPS TT TANDARO.