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This Shows, What
the People Think
of Progress and
Vol. VI. No. 1131,
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JANUAltY 30, 1899.
PllIOB 5 OlJNTfl.
THE SENATORIAL ELECTION
THE RED CROSS FINANCES
$250,000 NEW BOND ISSUE
HOMESTEADING ON MAUI
WAIALUA STOCKS LAWSUIT
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Attorney Gonoral Smith, in on
awer to a question, said that tho
olection to fill the vacancy in tho
Setmto was simply ordered out of
compliance with Iho Hawaiim
"Thero may bo eomo legislation
paes at Washington whioh will
require something to bo douo by
the Legislature," tho Attorney
Then, a question was putt thero
had boen no intimation, hint or
command from Washington, to the
effect that tuo Legislature of the
Republic of Mswati niiuht havo to
pais upon, tho appointments 01
other acts of thaGoveruor, should
a Governor bo unpointed by Pro-
sident MoKiuley and Bsauine office
boforo a territorial Legislature has
been elected r
" Nil thero had been nothing of
the kind," was the auswr. "The
vacaucy nceurreu m mo oennte,
and, iiccordlug to law, it required
to bo filled .,'
Did the Attorcoy General know
of any precedent, where, a terri
tory being annexed, its legislator
existing prior to auuoxation bold
over to piss-upou any matter-
arising undor tho new relntioue?
"No yon seo Texas came in os
n State. As I said to you once
before, the position of Hawaii is
unique, it is sni generis. That is
the reason thero are bo many
questions of difficulty arising."
So; if tho Hawaiian territorial
bills did not become law
beforo tho tiaio tho next
general election would havefullen
due without annexation, a new
Lejjiclaturo of tho Republic of
Hawaii would then have to be
"Certainly. We must havo a
would be necessary to carry on
the public service of thecouutiy.
Our laws remain in forco until
new laws for Hawaii aio ouactod
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has sucbpleasant recollec
BASKBT-FIRED JAPS. "Spider
Leg" types pure, unc'olored teas.
PAN -FIRED JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas." '
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
"Green Tea" types.
ENGLISH BREAKFASTS. (Con
.rous). Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. From Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the world. .
CEYLONS. A line that's, making a
name for itself In the world.
ASSAMS. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to the Ceylons, though
of flavors peculiarly their awn.
BLENDS. Our "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks; "Premium Blend,"
from fanciest blacks and greens; and
"Guaran-Tea Blend,"from standard blacks,
.are scientific combinations of the most
delicately flavored of the above-mentioned
varieties, and teas which we guarantee to
be of greatest strength and most delicate
flavors obtainable, and, above all,
STRICTLY PURE.V , V "
' Dron In. examine our goods, '(test them,
t he most searching Inquiry -Into
Good Tea J
V Honolulu ? I
: he most searching Inquiry -Into. our methods, then decide
Your neighbors tried
J. T. WATERHOUSE
. -WAyGRLHY BLOCK
GROCERIES u CROCKERY ..l. HARDWARE
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
Following is the financial stato
mont of tho Red Cross Society on
January 21, 1899:
Tho Red Cross Sooioty in ac
count with Mts. a M. Damon,
chairman Finance Committee.
January 21, 1899, by amount re
ceived irom 131 annum mem
bership S i)i 00
40 Life membership 400 00
On account Life membership ' 4 00
Donations 1435 55
From Red Cross boxes 41 14
Monthly pledged qo 00
Entertainment receipts 843 00
January 21, 1800, by amounts
paid Mrs. P. C. Jones, Treas.
urer, to October 3, 1898 J2943 94
Mrs. E. W. Jordan, Treasurer, to
January 21, 1999 72 65
With the YuchU.
On Sunday afternoon the
Myrtle, Pokii, Edith L and Abbie
M woro all out for a run t6
Diamond Head aud back. Each
yacht had a snialljparly aboard.
Tho bret-ze wa-i fine uud the
yachts mado excellent time.
The Marion id now on the
marine railway being cleaned.
The Abbio M will follow her
Tho Healani, tho proueity of F.
M. Hitoli and formerly owned by
tho late Kinif Kalnkaua, is re
ceiving a compteto ovoi hauling.
Just now, auew deck is home put
in. The Healani ha boou lving
idle for about tw yet,rs. Now
she will tako hor place in tho fleet
of ) nuhts. -
Frank Godfrey, publisher)! the
Illustrated Handbook, returned to
the city by tho Eiuan. He ro'
ports Hilo people as beint hot!
appreciative and gonorous to his
publication. Tho mess of Hilo
have been very kind in their no
tices. YOU'RE MISTAKEN!
We awoke to a realizing sense of
your "pilikia" months ago, and
have since been systematically at
work searching through lines of
samples, as we could procure them,
(anv old thing won't satisfy us when
buying), for just what we desired.
At last we have accumulated a stock
which we are willing to submit to
on. Pure, delicious teas tney are,
n the old-fashioned lead-lined chests.'
'Teas that we'll sell to you by
honest sixtcn-ounce weight.
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since they left the
drying pans. ,
If you like, AT OUR
I Can Get It
IV -JIIIUUUI IIICUU'UI illktl UVtIUV. Ulim- yu iijii . tiMuv
AND THEY'RE ON OUR LIST. Think it over.
ttrVitiro irmi it'tcri tit trrtil
Proceeds Intended for Projected Sewer
age System of Honolulu,
Application of California Colonists at Wahlawa
for Land Approved Maintenance of Re
jected Chinese at Quarantine.
Genoral Smith, at today's session
of the Exocutivu Couucil, report
ed on vnrious matters inspected
by thorn on the other sido of this
islmd. One of these was regard
ing the California colony on land
at Wahiawa. The Oouncil ap
proved tho application of ' tho
colony for land, detiils of which
had been entered into fully be
fore. Road business of the island
was another topic of considera
tion. Regarding the now wharf at
Kahului, about which litigation is
ponding, tliorowna discussion of a
proposition that has been sub
mitted. No particulars are given
out for publication, but it is learn
ed that iho proposed Hotlloment is
in somo sort a cnmprorai'o.
It was decided t n Ivortiso for
subscriptions for 3250,'00 of Ha
waiian Govorument bonds. The
proceeds are intended to b
for tho prnjoo'ol sewerage
system of Honolulu. There
has boon an impression that the
proceeds of the last previous issuo
of bonds were to be devoted to
this object. It is learned, how
ever, that the money is beiuu ap
plied to new roads on tho island
Tho Council dJBCUsed maltPtB
ennuected with tile Chinese at tin
quarantine station. Expenses of
their maintenance may form a
question for settlement with tho
Washington authorities. The
stoamship companies bringing tho
Chinese here stand ready to take
back to China those rejected,
theroforo will not consent to pay
inn anything for keeping any
that are detained at this
port. Inspector Joshua K. Brown
declines to order any Ohineso re
turned who aro liable to ho allow,
ed to remnin by a decision due al
most any day now from Washing
ton. NnvtaniU' Uooil fr'ltfht.
Caison Nev.), January 18.
All Carson is onthnsiastlo today
over tho speeoh made by Con-Q-ressman
Newlands last oveninc,
in which he placed himself on the
side of the people as against tho
railroad and in whioh he outlined
the policy of n tight for Stato and
community rights. It I as beeu
voted the irmi s upooeh ever de
livered in Nevada uotb cauoMr.
Newlands delivered it, but be
cause tho sentiment wm right.
The story was Quito generally
about town today that balloon
had boon seon float 'Dl' biu.li above
the city Sunday af ernoon. Sever
al young men who were out yaoht
ing Sunday started the story but
whon questioned tmlay, appeared
to have no recollection whatever
of having aeon such a thing as a
Do not, because the alum
baking powders may be a
little lower in price, risk
your health by using them.
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
What a Party of Deputy Sheriffs Saw
on a Jaunt.
Yarled Crops Thriving at Nataiku Opium
Scare al Hana Tribute to East
Maul Scenery. . .
Dertoty Sheriffs W. G. Scott
and W. H. King of Waialuku and
Makawao respectively, nccom
panied by a Mr. MoDonald of tho
Customs service, left for Nahiku
on horseback last Saturday at
noon. The distance is about
forty milos. Tho trip was mado
partly for pleasur9 aud partly for
buBiness. Tho party arrived ot
Nahiku on Sunday. Mr. Scott
mado an oxtonsive inspection of
his new homestead at that place
and found th'it everything was
growing very luxuriantly.
Tho I'ortugueso Bottlers at Wai
luku are alreiidy comfortably
ntinrtnrwl in nnnint.lnnlf Iiitr m,t
tages, .and the laud is already'
showing tho effects of their skill
and labor. Coffeo aud corn aro
growing. An soon as tho largo
forests aro cleared away so as to
diy up some of tho Huper abun
dance of moisturo in tho ground,
tho homesteaders will attempt to
A party has already started lay
ing out for planting dry rice, that
is, without runuiug water, as
there is onnuh moUturo in the
earth to make tho rico grow as
woll as olBwhero -Tho taro on
dry laud hero is said to bo grow
ing- very Imply Mr. ocott n
quite well satisfied with bis
eIoution, and will increase im
provements 011 the land from timo
to time. Magistrate McKay's
laud is considered very
choice k laud aud in
the course of tune will no doubt
bring him handsome returns.
Tho patty proceeded ou their
journey to Haua, arriviug there
on Monday, whero they were met
,hy Doputy Sheriff HobortC. Lind
soy of that placo. There was quite
a Btir in that littlo town whon the
presonco of the four officials was
made known. Tho beliof of every
one in the neighborhood was that
the.nfiioials from Wailukn and Ka
hului woro thero to make some
opium seizures, and tho presonco
of the tbroe-uiHstod sofioouor IWnry
Dodgo in tho harbor augmented
this belief. However, no one was
molested, presumably" because the
deputies did not smell anything
After viewing the Bcboouer nud
everything oUn of interest in Ha
ua, tho officials prepared for tho
home trip, leturuing by way of
Kipalmlu, Nuu, Kaupn and Kahi
kiuui, and arriviug at Wailuku on
Tuesday morning. Eaoh ono used
tho samo animal in making this
entire circuit of East Maui. Mr.
Sctt, who Iisb been a kauianina of
the wild forests of tho island of
Hawaii, dcolnred that tho moun
tain sconery of East Maui is au
surpnssablo in beauty and grand
eur by auy that bo has Beon on'tho
iiig island, aud anyone who will
foel liko taking a journey will be
wvll repaid for his efforts.
r. II. Davie & Co. Win.
In a game of oriokot between
teams from the II. O. O. and T.
H. Davics Co. on tho old parado
grounds Saturday afternoon, the
lattor came off victorious with a
hcore of 05 to til, ropresouting one
of the most interesting matches
that has over beon played hero,
Tho crickotors turned out in full
forco and showed greatest enthu
siasm. Sara Woods of tho Davies
& Co. team made tho highest
score, retiring with nineteen
points. Woods is an old baseball
player and ho succeedod in con
tradicting the statement that baso.
ball players bat "wild" at cricket.
R. Anderson, a new player, re
tired with twelvo to his credit,
making tho highest scoro for the
II. O. O. team. Olivo DavieB of
tho DavieB & Co team made the
Three Amended Bills in Equity on the
Litigation Ovr the Late Firm of Hedelros &
Decker Both the Partners Are Defendants
Action on Bouse.
Judge Stanley has approved tho
occountB of llaymund lloyes,
guardian of Henry and Mary Ann
Machado and David Oallihan,
MoCandless Brothers n cor
poration comprised of J A Mc
Candless, L L MoCandloss nud J
S McCandlesshas brought a bill
for specific performance and for
an injunction against tho Waialim
Agricultural Co, Welch ifc Co,
Francis and Tucker, J B Ather
ton E D Tonney, W A Bowen, B
F Dillingham, John H Sopor and
E S Valtntiuo It is to compel
tho delivery of 150(1 shares of
Waialua Agricultural Co's stock.
at the par valuo of $1(0 each, to
tho plaintiff corporation, aud to
enjoiu tho defendant company, iu
otijoers and agents from deliver
ing any of tho shares in question
to other than the plaintiff. The
process, by .Indue I'erry. has beon
issued and sorved under a botid in
$-100it filed by pluintiff with J. A.
Hopper as surety.
J. A. McCandleBs has bought a
similar suit in equity agaiust tho
came defendants, on account of CO
sharos of Btnck, his bond beiuu
S1000 with tho samo surety.
James a. aopper also sups, hi
tho same manner, for the delivery
to him of 1S00 shares of Waialua
stuck. His bond is filod in S-lDUl)
with J. A MoCandless as surely.
H. Htckfeld & Co., Ltd, has
broucht an action to have A.' F.
Medeirns, lately a partner in Me-
deiros fc Decker, adjudgoJ a bank
C. S. Dosky has brought suit
against P. H. Burnetto for the
balance duo on a uouso orectod for
A. 8. Humphreys, attornny for
Hyraan iros., has notified S.
Decker, bankrupt, to file a scho
dulo of all his debts and an iuvou
tory of all his assets uuder oath
at nnco or coutempt proceedings
will be instituted against him.
Fire In Cn at Kell.
Tho steamer James Makoe ar
rived from Kapaa Sunday morn
iug. Pursor Jacox reports a se
rious firo in the canotiolds of the
Makeo Sugar Co., Kealia. It wsb
still raging when tho Makeo left
aud the loss was estimated at that
timo to be about S 10,000. Tho
firo Btarted on tho Waianuenuo
land iu tho lower fields. The
origin was unknown. '
DMlffned la Kill the, Kaiser.
Rome, January 17. TheTribu-
nal at Alexandria, Egypt, has aont
to the Procnrour-Grnoral a dos
sier rotating to the prosecution of
anarchists who were concerned in
tho blot against tho Germuu Em
peror at the timo whon ho was ex
pected to visit Egypt. Eighteon
of tho accuBod ruon aro Italians,
and their trial must take placo in
Italy boforo tho Ancouia Tribu
nal. O. H. Fairer, manager of the
branch of Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
Ltd., at Hilo, and Miss Bossio
Reynolds, daughter of Mr. uud
Mre. O. B. Reynolds, wil.1 be
married at St. Audrow's Cathedral
at'10 a. m. tomorrow.
0. B.iWilspa lost a dog and had
been eoarching ten days for it.
Saturday afternoon ho advertised
tho Iobb in tho Bulletin WANT
column. Sunday foronnon the dog
was returned to him. Ho who runs
Reorganmzed church of Jesus
CHRIST holds meetings as follows tn
Mllilani Hall, rear of Opera House: Sunday
10 a. m. Bible class; 11 a. m. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:10 n. in. nreacnliii! In English : Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
LITTLE EVENTS ON MAUI
Spat Between Two Esteemed 'Citizens
Brought Into Conrt. ,
Bicycle Fever Continues and Racing Whce'i
are Ordered Things In General Dull
Illness of Resident.
Goo. Hone the atloruoy'nnd
"Jack" Dow, the head lona of tho t.
Wailukn plantation, had a litllo
parley one evening this week, ia
the oUio of Mr. Hour, which in
creased to a duel of boated words,
and dually resulted in Mr. Dow
slapping tho ntforney in tho
mouth to shut off n flow of too
Tho attorney ran
off to tho
auoriu d otiioj tor a
nrrost for assaulting
caco was heard beforo
McKay tho unxt morning. who-
thouuht it only riuht and proper'
that Mr. JJow pay SJ'co-ts of court
mid a 8L tine fur injuring Mr.
lions' foeliugs, for no part of his
holy showeil auy sigus of injury,
aud besides ho was aide to bo in
court that day and take part in
several chhi'b before the superior
court. Mr. Dow, however, will
appeal his cane, for ho ovidoutly
believes that tho slap was not even
worth tbr.t much, 'buj Ihoro aro
others who differ with him.
This nffair wns tho outcome of
some remarks claimed by Mrs.
Dow to hive been uaed by tho
attorney thrnuih tho telephone,
nud which Mr. Hons douies aud
pleads not guilty as charged.
Three of Wailuku'e young
spurts aro ordoriug throo raoing
wheels from Honolulu this week,
aud tho Claudine is expected to
Iniug up threo Sterlings next
This week has bnon a very dull
ono. No evonts of any impor
tance. (J. P. Wilder passed
through Wailukn one day on his
wav to Kahului from Kihei.
Mr. Wahioomaikai, of tho Wai
loku tax otlico forco, is now lying
at his homo in a very low condi
tion. His twin babies are doing
The Mani Bioyclo Club will
hold its first regular meeting at
Wailuku noxt Saturday oveuing.
llllo Ncltoul HulMlnir.
Mr. Hichley is rushing tho
work on the now four room school
houso for Hilo nod will havo it
completed by tho 2oth of Fobr'uary
if tho material sont for from tha
Coast arrives iu season. ' Tht
plniiB of tho building show that it
will bo n handsome structure with
large rooms especially well vonti
latod by windows opeuicg upon
tha corridors iib well as" toward
tho outsido. Iho corridor win
dows will bo of Vouetinn glass,
and tho other windows will havo
Wilson shuttors. Tribune.
Highest Honors World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair,
K Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Pocf .
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