Newspaper Page Text
. s''rwfvqr. - ;i-jfljW7 'T' jr"f -iSTfp'
"',w;ts"' " -hhmm mm1-' ' ":w y J" ! w
&V MsPf7s T'li fttfrtnn'c Drrhr1 SfonHc of i-ha. IVin Wrk-iV'h rkt Arrnitorv onrl SoHSISi-x iSMfAP
fc lfc . -. - - IJiMk - - - - - -- -- - - - . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -.-.--..-..-.--.-. -.-. .-. . -....--.-.-- m. m.mm.-.m.m.mmm.mmm AA A .m-m...-. iiii i. mm. mm mmm,mmmmtmm.m.m.mm.mm.m,mmmmmm
The Bulletin Leads
kWfief Bulletin is
the Fight for
in Hawaii fe
TheiBuIletln Gives the News and the Truth About It.
Vol. VI. No. 1137.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, PEBEUABY 0, 1899.
PltlOB 5 0ENT8.
AT TllK TENT SHOW.
The llioatricul combination un
der tho management of Sol Ber
liner kept np ita reputation for
-popnlirity at tho tent show given
Saturday evening, corner of Ala
ken itud Boretania etreots. The
h soaeation of tbo ovoning was
the hypnotio work done by "Mob
moriser Hypnotiser" nn "un
known" who did Borne of the best
jnrsmorio work that has boon seen
bore. Some of tho boys in blue
-went pot on tho stage and went
through jntoreHting antics that
set the crowd wild. Rosa's songs,
American, Hawaiian and Chinese
met with the usual hearty and
numerous encores. Tho Obineso
norobnts gave splendid exhibitions.
"The toot was crowded and the
cheers of (he audience woro suffi
cient to let tho people know that
tho performance meots with ap
proval. Jackson as an Irish come-
.dian is as good bb any
. over oppearing hero and the
negro dialect songs by Weaver
were fully appreciated and well
Tire Hawaiian quartet needs no
special mention it is alwayBgood
nnd tniovable. Threa hundred
-extra seats were placed in posi
tion this morning as on Saturday
evening many people were turned
away for lack of room.
Pollen Court Nntra.
p.irt.'Meen cases of drunkenness
"B" . .. ,
.nm( nn in ttio LHWiai unurr, mis
. . 1 St t Jl
Tho usual fine
rratnttn JLUU UDUii muw iuu
JUIUUSIU. 1 C
Wnmln rt(1 Pliniiiuri wero nn-
ed S5 and costs paoh nn the -barge
Other caseB went over until to
jnorrow aud Wednesday.
Death t Hn Infant.
"Tho cloven days old iufant o'
Mr. and Mrs. E. Suhr died at the
homo in Nnusuu Valley at about
9 o'clock Sunday night. Tho re
mains were interred in Nuunnu
Oemetory at 2 o'clock this after
noon. HERE'STHE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has such pleasant recollec
BASKBT-F1RED JAPS. "Spider
Lee'' types pure, uncolored teas.
PAN-FIRED JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
"Green Tea" types.
Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. From Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the world.
CEYL0N8. A line that's making a
name for Itself In the world.
ASS AMS. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to the Ceylons, though
of flavors peculiarly their own.
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,
Drop In, examine our goods, (test them
L3, lC9b lllbill.
Your neighbors tried It, AND THEY'RE
j Good Tea j
1 , in
Honolulu ? I
J. T. WATERHOUSE
GROCERIES ju CROCKERY .l HARDWARE
"SIDE TRACKED" POPUf.ill.
A orowded houso greeted tho
Jules Walters Company Saturday
night in tho Orphoum. "Sido
Tracked" is a .play abounding in
tunny situations witnaRmaitorinc
of dramatic incidents all of which
were portrayed with marked abili
ty. Jule Walters and Jjouiao
Llewllyn carried off tho honors of
the eveniug. Ada Walters made,
a hit with her high class dancing.
"Sido Tracked" is a play in which
Jule Vnlt"M has made a name
for himuelf throughout the States,
and the company he has with him
is' of a character that brings out
the many good points of tbo
Tho Soandia got away for Ma
nila at about 2:30 o'clook Sunday
afternoon. There was a large
crowd on tho wharf to say good
bye to tho boys. As tho Scandia
pulled ont into the stream, three
cboors for Honolulu came from
All morning and close to tho
time of departure of the
Scandia, a squad of oight
men witu a lieutenant ana
sergeant at the head, marched
about tho streets, gathering up
the soldiers whom they happened
to find on the streets. A request
was also sent to tho polico station
to he effect that tbo pnl en arrest
nny soldiers found on the streots.
Sevoralwero locked up unil call
Tho brothers L, and T J, Cnsti
no Wro going to Guam in the Lnd
rouo, or Marianne group, upon
tho first opportunity. They aro
natives of those islands and their
jobjeot in roluruing there, now that
tne American uag gives ireoaom
oreligion to the inhabitants, is
to Jo missionary work as evange
lists. L- Onstino is tho telephone
lineman who preaches on tne
streets hoi'9 every day at noon.
Wttawoke 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,
(any 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
you... Pure, delicious teas they are,
in the old-fashioned lead-lined chests.
Teas that we'll sell to you by
honest sixte?n-ounce weight.
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since thev left the
"U llltl. f 1 UUI Ll bilhlU, MltllVC
If .... III. AX OHO CVDCUCC) I..
' Can Get It
into our memoas, men ueciue wnere you wish to traue,
ON OUR LIST,
8aJfefrv.fejiMa;, faai-ahja-a LojeL?. J-ILjJL
OPENING OF JURY TERM
Ed. Aldrich Reserves His Plea on In
dictment for Forgery.
Sentences Suspended Id Case of Native Woman
for Forgery Status of Ship
Judge Stanley, presiding, open
ed tbo February term of tbo Firt
Circuit Court this morning. With
Attorney General Smith and his
deputies, Messrs. E. F. Dole and
A. L. C. Atkinson, was an array
of other lawyers that filled not
only tbo usual epaco bnt the jury
box as well. The calliog of the
calendar was first in order.
Republic vs. Alapaki, practising
medicino without license, up for
Bentonco, is continued till May
term. Kaulia and Kaulukou for
Republic vs. Stephen Eaua, as
sault and battery .uollo prosequied.
Kiulia for defendant.
Republic. vs. Anuio Eino, forg
ery. Flea of guilty and sentenco
suspended for six months. Achi
and Johnson for defendant.
itopublio vs. Jim abeam, as
sault with dangerous weapon, up
for sentence, which is suspended
for six months.
liepuDiio vs. aoy, larceny sec
ond degree, up for sentence, dis-
misaeu. Kaulukou for defendant.
Republic vs. Ah Pook, truancy,
up for soutonco. Dismissed. Do
Eolt for defoudant.
Republio vs. Ed. Aldnob, forg
ery, jinaiotment preseuieu nuu
nlea reserved. Robertson & Wild-
or for defendant.
Republio ts. Muramoto, rnpo.
Flea of not guilty.
Kepubuo vs. Jbiouor Woisuiijlci,
larceny first degree. T?len of not
guilty. Do Bolt for defendant,
"Ready" Wna tho response to
enough of the civil calendar to
keep the court occupied some
Bon Ealuna was under suspen
sion of seutence for battering his
wife, and whilo thus repeated the
offonBo. Ho was fined S9 the
other day, and has six dnvs re
maining to work it out. Judco
Stanley this afternoon pronouue
ed renewal of his suspended sen
(once, making it six months and
x'c is stipulated that the othor
ship registry cases remain in statu
quo without prejudice, ponding a
deouion of the Supreme Court on
an interlocutory appeal made by
.Lincoln V. apencor in the matter
of the ship Euterpe.
Wm. H. Mnrnhnll, lat-ly adver
tising solicitor f-ir the BuLLnriN,
will bouiu the pablioption of a
Suuday uewpaper next Sunday
It will bo earned The Sunday
volcano, lis contents will be
literary as well as newsy, and the
projector says it will be bright
nnd sparkling. He is moating
with good success in bis canvass
for advertisements aud subscrip
tions. Mr. Marshall hns had
much newspaper exiiwoco on
tho Coast, and has proved here to
be a live man as well hh a facile
The Royal Baking Powder
was specially selected
for use in both the Army
and Navy because of its
purity, strength and per
fect keeping qualities,
which render it service
able under all conditions
of climate and tempera
ture. These qualities are
peculiar to the Royal
and makq it indispensa
ble for domestic, as well
as Government use.
mmtfB.. - immLt,
BATTLESHIP OREGON HERE
Left' Callao on
Orders Have Not Yet Been Hade Public-Will
Probably Sail for Manila In About Ten
Days Capt. Parker Calls.
The U. S. Battleship Oregon
Captain Farker commanding, ar
rived off port early Sunday after
noon and came to an anchor out
side. She Bailod from Callao, Jan
uary 11, stopping at tbo Galavegos
Islands a couple of days, taking
on coal. From there, she sailed for
Hilo direct, making that port Feb
ruary 4. There she landed Dr.
Stephenson, and Assistant Engi
neers Mallory and Eokhardt.
A crowd collected on the -wharves
to soo. tho big battleship that bad
made- snch a nood record in the
Santiago fight, after having mado
a oruiiaut una perilous
run from South America.
Thoy were, howover, very much
disappointed, as the Oregon did
not come into port and will not
como into tho Harbor at all, al
though tho pilots say it is perfect
ly safe for tier to do this at high
tido. She draws about twonty
soven feet. Licbters will be used
to coal tho Oregon, According to
present arrangoueuts, tho ship
will romain here about ten days
and will then proceed to Mu
uila. The collier Scindia, and
the water distilling stoaujolris,
following tbo Orogon, are expect
ed Jiere tho latter yartof tho week.
Uaptam uarnor lias received
his orders but has, as yet, not
made their purport public. There
aro raraors that tho Oregon may
This morninc Caplain Barber
and Lieut. Eberle. hn flag liou-
tenant. called at tbo United Statos
nnnnnlnto on onrcial Acent a..
M. Sewull anJ FrOBi'dontjJolo.
IMPORTANT ROAD ORDfiKD
At the meeting of the Exocutivo
Council this morning, a mile
stretch of road at Kapaukaen was
authorized to be constructed. It
is ou the main route betweon Hilo
nnd Hamakua, being a seotion not
let wbon contraots for tbo rost of
the road wero awarded.
Tbo opening of certain lands in
Kohala was authorized, iu accor
dance with tha recommendation of
tho Land Commission.
There wasmoro discussion of tho
new Honolulu cemetery question
without reaohing a decision.
CllABGEP WITH OROS9 CURAT,
A warrant is out for the Wrest
of A. J. Stanmoro on the charge1
of gross cheat and polico officers
on duty havo boon ordered to
keep a specially shirp lookout for
tho man. It is belioved at police
headquarters that be got away for
Manna in tne ooanuia.
When Ja. Sherwood, forn?or
maongor of Long Branch, went to
luauilu, ttio business at that resort
wns put into the bands of Stan
more and Al Moore, two formor
soldiers in tho regular army here
.uecenuy, several young men
of the city doposited with
Stanmoro, sums varying from
S300 to S1000. They bad mado
arrangements to buy Stanmore's
share in Long Uranoh aud tho
monoy was for that purpose.
The disappearance of Stanmoro
has made theso men very anxious
ana tnoy navo sworn out me war
raut spoken of. On investigation,
iuey uiitiB luuy uavo lounu tuat
Stanmoro ownetrno, interest what
over in Long Branch. Now thoy
warn rneir money back.
Obitif Clerk- HasBingor of tho
Interior office sold by auction at
noon tho lease for 30 yfars of lot
59,E.)p!auBdo. If fell to tbo Ha
wauan iiiectno uo. an l::u per
annum. Tho upset rental was
S180. liii B. Thomas was- a com
potitor for tbo loase.
AN INVALID NAYY OFFICER
Engineer Middleton Detained m Honolulu
With Broken Collar Bone.
Went to Manila Id U. S. S. Charleston Served
In Culgoa Coming Home to Hare
Island Meets With Accident.
H. E. Middleton, who was one
of tho engineers in tho TJ. S. S.
Charleston whou that ship went
to Manila, has been at tho Queen's
Hospital einco tho arrival' of tbo
stcamor Coptic. Mr. Middleton
was on his way bomo undor orders
to report at Mare Island Navy
Yard. In rough weather he had
the misfortune to bavo a fall on
board the Coptic which resulted
in his collar bone being broken.
He was removed from tbo Btcamer
at this port and placed in the
A Bulletin reporter visiting
the hospital on Saturday mot Mr.
Middleton nnd was introduced to
him by( Mr. Eckardti The dis
abled engineer at tho time waa
jut setting out for a walk. His
wearing ot an empty sleeve turunt
Into his coat pockot was startling
at first sight, but a bulging under
his clothes indicated tho missing
arm in a sling.
Mr. Middleton was quite cheer
ful and ready to swap informa
tion. Ho was pleaeod to bear of
tho favorablo progress of the navy
personnel bills iu Congress. "It
will bo a goort tning lor tnonavy,
was his remark, "but a little hard
rut lt II
on tne engineers, xuey win an
havo to pass an examination in
At Manila Mr. Middloton was
civan dutv on board tho Bupply
suip Uulgoa, ono ot mo vessuitj
brought out from England,
In answer to a question, Mr.
Middloton said tbo conditions at
Manila, when ho loft, were not
quite nil that could bo desired, but
showed a great improvement ovtr
YT'",t oxisted at the Amorican oc
cuUn"otiou. A BftnB ?E convicts is
constantly employed in oloauing
tbo strbets. Jixasperauug u;ook-
ades of ti'affio at tho bridge over
the Passig' river wero now prevent
ed by tho military guardB. On
ono occasion Mr Middloton was
dotained halt nn hour iu a carriage
at Ihn fintrni'CO to tbo bridge
Now the guards corapol carriages
to koep on tbe i:'g"i " wueu
there is a jam si ratghten things
out in short order.
"I don't think toro will be
much fighting; between .'" Ameri
cans and tho insurgents,' 8ft,- J"r
Mid.dloton replying to a que Bt!on'
' There is no fight ! the 'ilip..,J0i
excopting with a knifo in a dftrw
lane. I saw them drilling and it
waB very amusing. J-lioy trioa to
imitato the Americans, extonding
out in line.
"Ono man would have his
gun over the shoulder, another
under tho arm, a third bran
dishing bis weapon like a clnb,
arid so on scarcoly any two
handling thoir guns alike.
Tbo marching was even moro lu-
dtn -OU8. An ordor Buoh as 'twos
Infi' w- civen. and. the men get in
to a pet foct tangle. W hen tho
officers go .alon8 the line, prodding
the men into f00 wltu tbe P01nl8
of tbo swords. , .
"If tbe insurgeD.18 n?,in nt.'
tack in tho open, tbev- w ' Q enfll
ly taken care of. But u t"ey "
tire into the back country Cd jjje
hills, I am afraid they would rDs'"6
serious trouble. There would te
great havoo Among tho American
troops in following them up, not
so mdob from rebel bullets as from
Tho . P. S. C. E. met in Cen
tral Union church last ovoning.
Papers on tho founding of the so
ciety in Portland, Mo., eighteen
ybars ago, wero read by Prof.
French of Punahou and Mhs
Kate Eolley. Other papera ou tbi
growth and wbrlc of tho eooioty,
wero road later.
mm fimkht & rriii niMlitfrtiw.
Reorganized church of Jesus
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Mllllanl Hall.rearof OperaHouse: Sunday
to a. m. Bible class; n a. m. preaching in
Hawaiian; 6:jo p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7!10 d. m. nrcachlnz In Encrllsli ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
OPIUM FROM U. S. S. SCANDIA
J. Lynch, a sailor of tbe TJ.S.S.
Scandia crow, was captured by
Ou8lora House Inspector A. W.
Neeley at the Irmgard wharf at
about 10 o'clock Saturday night
and tho ohargo of unlawful pos
session of opium hns been lodged
against him. Lynch was caugbt
red banded with 43 tins of opium
in his possession.
Inspector Noeloy lonrned there
was opium aboard tbo Scandia
and that an attempt wonld ho
made to land it Saturday uight ns
tho troopship was to leave next
day. Acting on this information,
ho stationed himself near tho Irou
Works whore he could see the
Scandia plainly at tbo Irmgaid
wharf, himself remaining in tbo
This was close to 10 o'clock. It
was not very long before Lynch,
droseed iu blue,and nnother sailor
in wuito, went toward tbo ship
from tho direction of Nuuanu
Neeley shifted his position nnd
got behind tbe mooring post be
tween tho Irmgard and Brewer's
wharves. Watching closely, he
saw Lynch go up u ropo at the
bow of tho Scaudia. A bucket was
lot down and bis partner below
put two bottles of whiskey iuMdo
i i nit
tuis rocopiacio. l uo bucket waa
hauled up and then the sailor iu
wbito clothe wont up tbo rope.
Immodiatoly afterwards, Lynch
camo down tbe rope and walked
about peering into tho shadowy
placts. Satisfying himself there
was no one around, he wont back
to a position near tho bow of the
ship. Soon there was a thud and a
package lauded on tho ground
near him. Another thud and an
other bundle. When tho third
reached the ground, Lyuch gather
ed it up in his arms uud wng fu
tne act of reaching for another,
when Neoley stepped up. Ho did
uot iuke bis idontity known at
oucu but proceeded to examiue in
to tho couteut9 of tbo packages.
Lynch objected to this but Neeley
kopt ou. Whou be found opium
he threw open his coat and show
ed his budgo. Lynoh gavo up
then aud tboro and waa marched
to tbo police station with tho
opium. Ho protected, however,
saying he knew nothing about tbo
matter. It was the other man.
The case will como up tomor
row. A Mood lMHi
'TU" Anglican Oburoh Chronicle
,'or lA-bruary is packed with a
wo'H balanced assortment of mat
ter odiyjig and interesting.
Seven pges f advertisements
would make it ajnonr 'uat k P8'
riodioal is recoiviV' ' goodly sup
port from the community ,'n
which it is certainly ft.Q olovatm
W. E. liivous has moved frorh
315 Fort stroet to new ollicea in
tho Mclnorny Block opposito
Bank of Hawaii.
Highest Honors World's Pali
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pare drape Crcan of Tartir Powder.
40 YEARS 17STANDARD