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Vol. VI. No. 1143.
HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, IfEKUUAllY 13, 1899.
Pkiob 5 Ounts.
TWO OPIUM CONVICTIONS
I I LANSING FOR SENATOR
IRIS AND SCINDIA HERE
NEWSY NEWS OF MAUI
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LIQUOR DEALERS BOYCOTT
National League to Tarn Tables on a
Shut Up Saloons of Akron, 0., to Show Peo
ple How It Will Seem -Loss
Akrou, Obio, Feb. 2. A repre
sentative of tbo Nutiotml Liquor
League was in tho city this week
and local liquor meu wore very
reticeut as to tho object of hia visit
Now that ho has left a strange
Btory is told of tho movement
which ho is said to bo at tho head
It is no moro than the closing
up of ovory saloon in tho city for a
period of two years. Mombors of
tho Akrou Liquor Leaguo make
this statement iu all soriouBuoss
and claim that tho project is on
tirely feasible. The tnaunor of
doing this is by tho following
Tho National League, covering
thi'tjvfour S'at06, is atroug
enough in pay tho proprietors of
tho lo-al niiloous revenue ouough
to keep them outof tho biiBiuoss and
will dosoihordcrtogivethe people
of Akion and of all other cities
nu object leBson ou tho sufferings
wliinli will bo entailed on muuici
palitic by tho closing of theso
The Dnw tax paid by tho saloons
amouutd in Akion to a very larue
Hum, tlit tuoft of which goes to
the police and poor fund, and tbo
loss of tliirs tho liquor dealers
figure, will seriomly ombarrass
tho finances of tho city. Akrop
has been selected as tho city for
this object lenton because of the
recent agitation by tho Ministers
here against tho saloons of tho
The Bulletin, 75c per month.
HERE'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has such pleasant recollec
BASKET-FIRED JAPS. "Spider
Leg" types pure, uncolored teas.
PAN - F1HED JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
"Green Tea" types.
Richest, heaviet-t, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. From Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the worid.
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 own.
BLENDS. Our "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks; "Premium Blend,"
from fanciest blacks and greens; and
"Guaran-Tea BIend."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,
I Any -
Good Tea I
I ' ' in I
I Honolulu ? I
Drop In, examine our goods, (test them. If you like. AT OUR EXPENSE), make
the most searching Inquiry Into our methods, then decide where you wish to trade.
Your neighbors trPed it, AND THEY'RE ON OUR LIST. Think It over.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
.e. CROCKERY .
Ono For importing and Other For
Possession of the Article.
Question of Unanimous Jury Again Amend V
ed Answer in Walalua Shares Litiga
tion -YIda vs. Carty.
Yonc Tai was tried for import
ing opium before Judgo Stanley
today. This was the jury: Louis
Maiks, J S Martin, T S Douglas,
Wm Savidgo, J A Borgett, W E
Brown, J Schnack, Geo Angus, F
J Kruger, Seoly I Shaw, G A
Schuman, Oil Collins. Dole and
Atkinson for the Republic; Hum
phreya & Gear for tho dofeudaut.
Tho jury reudorod a verdict of
guilty, tbreo jurors dissonting.
Mr. Gear gave notico of motion
tor a new trial. Uuo of tuo ex
ceptions is that, under tho United
states constitution, a jury must
bo unanimous to mado its verdict
(J liu Kit had bis sentence of tho
District Court of Wnianao con
firmed for pobsosaion of opium.
Humphreys & Gear for defen
dant. District Magistrate Kekn
hu mi's sentence was a duo of 8250
Jndgo Porry is hearing the old
suit For SK'OO damages of Henry
0 Vida Vd. James Carty, being
tried by this jury:
F. M. Hatch, attorney for de
fendants in tho Waialua slmius
cai-e, hue tiled amondments to an
Bwer, tho chief part of which is
tho insertion of these words:
"Said J. B. Athorton admits that
ou or about August 27, 1898, he
heard tbat said Dillingham had
given to said Sopor an option to
subscribe for or sell 10,000 shares
in a company to be organized by
bim for the purposes aforesaid;
but that mud option was limited in
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, '
(.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 sixten-ounce weight.
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since they left the
I Can Get It
I at I
Is the Only Name Placer Before the
Twenty-four Delegates Present Out of Thirty
thre Question of Rules Makes a
(From Sunday's Extra.)
Pursuant to a call of tho Cen
tral Committoo of tbe Amoricnn
Union Party, by Geo. W. Smith,
chairman, tho nominating conven
tion of that party mot at tho
Gbambor of Commerce hall at
7:30 Saturday evening.
Mr. Smith called tho meeting to
order. O. B. Gray, Becrotary, was
at tho table.
Tho chairman stated tho objects
of tho meeting as being to nomin
ate a candidate for tho seat in tho
Sonato for the Third District
mado vncant by tho resignation of
H. W. Schmidt, and to transact
such othor businoss as might
oomo bo fore Hio convention. Ho
then asked tho secretary to call
tho roll, which boing dnno tho
following named twenty-four
delegates answered to their
B F Dillingham.F A Hosmnr, J
A Kennedy, W H Hoogs, Robt
Grievo, J U Fisher, S B Hose, J S
Mnrtin, Geo W Smith, J A Mc
Candless, C B Gray, Ei Bonner,
Julius Asch, Ed Towse, Wm
llenry, It MoKeaguo, V K Rath
burn, Andrew Cox, E B Miknlomi,
Judgo Kekahuna, J A Low, It W
Sims, Geo It Carter, O Bergstrom.
There were absent: E F Bis
hop, Walter MoBryde, F S Dodge,
U JN JUay, w J L,owi io, J M Too
poe, L D-Keliipio, G W FarrrJ C
Nominations wero then oiled
for by tho chair.
Col. J. H. Fisbor roso prompt
ly and said: I de-u're to place in
nomination rr'gontlemnn who has
been with ua a grtnt many years,
ono who has been identified with
tho interests of tho community.
Ho has always worked with the
party. I know that if dieted he
will work iu accordance with the
platform of tho American Union
party. A gentleman with whom
wo are all woll acquainted, it gives
mo groat pleasure to nominate
bim Theodore F. Lansing. (Ap
plause.) Professor Hosmor said: I do
not know that it is necessary to
say anyti ing in nddit'on to wtiBt
you hate jut lieaul. We feel
that Mr. Lau ing ii a safe man, a
capable man, with whom the. in
forests of tio country would bo
perfectly saf . It is a pleasure
tor mo to ni" Ko ilns tubutu io 31r,
Theo. F. L'tUMug.
Mr. Towse moved that tho nomi
nations close a-d tho secretary
cast a ballot pr Mr. Liansiug.
This was declared carried, but
Mr TaTinnrltr liftvin.v v-itnl W..'
Tho chairman asked Mr. Kouno
dy to atnte his reasons for object
Mr. Sims answered, sayiug that
Continued on Pago !l.
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 make it indispensa
ble for domestic, as well
as Government use.
Arrived Off Port Yery Early Sunday
Something About Water Distilling Ship's Work
Her Trip to Honolulu Collier Breaks
Down and Asks for a Tow.
Tho U. S. Distilling Ship Iris,
T. E. Do Wilt Veedor command
ing and tho U. S. Collier Scindia,
Eugone Watson commanding, ar
rived simultaneously off port be
tween 1 and 2 o'clock Sunday
morning, from Callao, via Laha
ina, Maui. Tho two ves
sels hovored about on tho outsido
until daylight, when thoy both
dropped anchor in tho vicinity of
tbo Battleship Oregon.
Tho, Iris and Soiudia left Callao
Jon. 11 and proceedod to Galapa-
cos. J rom tuore, they both nro
coeded to Honolulu, approaching
close to Lahniua to sco if tho Ore
gon was at that place. j
A ratbor indifferent trip from
Callao, waB spout. Thero was,
however, ono development tbat
baB eurprisod tho navy pooplo
bore. Tho Iris bas always been
looked upou as tbo 'wonk sister'
on nconnnt of hor old bailors, but
tbe Scindia turned out in that
capacity after all. Sbo brokodown
nnd, at tho present time, her
boilers are in extremely bad shape.
Saturday night tbo Scindia did
not ruivo a ton kettle left and was
forced to signal tbo Iria for a tow.
Howovor, tho Scindia Buooeded
in getting to an anchorage
before it beenrao necessary for tho
Iris to take her in tow.
The Iris camo in and hauled
alongiido tho Pacific Mail wlfarf
early this morning. Sho has al
ready started iu to tako coal.
From present indications the Iris
will bo horo something over two
weeks, as it will bo necessary to
put new tubes iu tho boilers.
After that sho will proceed to
Manila. The Scaudia will, in nil
probability, return to San Fran
cisco. Tho oflicors nboard tho Iris are
Oaplain T. E. De Witt Voeder,
Lieut. William E. SafTord, Exe
Lieut. L. S. Van Dnzor, Navi
gator. Lieut. A. L. Nortou, Senior
Ensign J J Eaby.
Ensign Arthur T Chester.
Ensign E H Watson.
D II Morgan, assistant Burgeon.
A B Piorce, assistant paymaster.
W N Littlo, chief ouginoor.
L D Miner, passed assistant en
gineer. Newton Mansfield, assistant en
gineer. H O Bisect, assistant engiuoer.
E T Constein, naval cadet.
J A Scofield, naval cadet.
Tho Iris has a compliment of
!Ki raon. Two of tho officers nboard,
Lieut L S Van Duzor and Lieut
A L Norton, nro on their way to
Manila to take ditferont posts.
The disphcemont of tho Iris is
0100; length over all, 815 feet;
depth of hold, DO foet; breadth of
boam, 30 foot. Sho was built in
England in 1885 and was, nt that
time, nnmed tho Drydon. Later
sho was bought by another com
pany and ran bctwoon Boston and
Ualveston under tho namo of Mo
ncmsba. Shortly after opening of
tbo war botweon America and
Spain, she was bought by tho
United Statos and Bent to tho Nor
folk Navy Yard whore on ovapor
atiug and distilling plant was iu
stalled in her.
It was on August 1, 1898, that
the IriB wont into Commission.
Her first trip was to Montnuk
Point where sho was sent to furn
ish wator to tho soldiers stationed
thore. From Montauk Point, the
Iris proceeded to tho New York
Navy Yard whore sho was fitted
Continued on Page -1,
j Jfth ifoBf- Ti'i . Mi'', aHu'iMkttkm -ffiJiw.' .jLkL.
Young Thief Apprehended In Serlons
Plantation Managers Combine to Prevent Deser
tion ol Laborers More Water at Spree
kclsvllle Visitors of the Week.
Wailuku, Maui, Feb. 11.-Tbo
thrco days old son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Mnnoel Dutro of Wailuku
died on the 7th inst Mrs. Dutro
is a daughtor of Mr. G. W. L.
Sheldon, Hawaiian interpreter for
tho Supromo and Circuit Courts.
Tho gonial faco of Mr. Jack
Dow, bead lunn of tho Wailuku
plantation, will bo missed from
this community for ho has accept
ed a most flattoring offer from
Manager W, F. Pogue of tho Ki
hoi sugar plantation to bo its head
luna. Mr. Dow has been very
successful as a luna in Wailuku
plantation and ho leaves with the
good will of Manager Wells and
all thoso under him. All Wailuku
wish him a bright and successful
ciiroer at his now domains. Mr.
Smith who has been working in
tbo capacity of an irrigation luna
on this plantation will likely suc
ceed Mr. Dow.
William Saffery, captnin of po
lico of Lahaiun is mentioned its
mo9t likely coming to Kahului to
succeod Officer W.f E. Maikai as
police office thero. Mr. Maikai
has been a very efficient officer
and a most pleasant ontertninor.
Three natives wero brought bo
fore Magistrate Mckay on Wed
nosday of this week charged with
cattle stealing at Koouooio, the
cattlo belonging to the Dowsett
estate. Ono was nolle prosequied
and two wero sentenced to six
mouths and ono yoar imprison
mout roapeotively. Tho meat nnd
the hide, tho lattor iu a vory ad
vanced atago of decomposition,
wero offered by tbe proseaution as
oyidouco. Tho natives of Keouo
oio are said to bo very adopt iu
tho nrt of misappropriating tho
cattlo of tho Dowsett cstato to
their own use, and sometimesoven
sowiug machines nnd cooking
stoves havo been missed from
mnnv linnantinUii "Pir? n iwl nliif.t--
..-J ..V...UW . .b ...... V... .w-i
on stealing nro of common occur-'
onceover thero. ,
Araoug the town visitors An
Wailuku this weok hnvo boon
Messrs. Jno. S. Walker, J. B.
Castle, Geo. R. Carter, M. K. Ke
ohokalolo and A. S. Barnos. Thoy
all co mo up on business.
Wl. TTi,.nnna 1. ,!.,
auu uiuanuuo hiu iiiiumij
mooting with success iu Wailuku
00 their oponing week.
Mr. McCandless tho well-borer,
struck water at tho now woll for
tho Spreckelsvillo plantation Inst
week. The dopth reached is SO
foet and tho ilow from 12 inch
woll is noarly ono million gallons
in every 21 hours. Mr. MoCaud
less started on tho second of tho
twonty wells last Monday, nnd
bo states that ho will complete his
contract in probably about six
Heavy rains nt Wailuku and
vioinity last Tuesday, but tho hot
wcatuor is sotting in again.
For sovornl weeks past, Mr.
Rodriguos has boon missing monoy
from his drawer ovory day in oinnll
amounts, altogether about $11.00,
and ho could notaccouut how pos
sibly it could havo boon taken
from his store during tho night as
ho fouud the doors and wiudows
iu tho anmo condition as bo left
tho night boforo. Thero was no
oluo of any sort to appraise him
that any ono bus visited bis sloie
during tho night; but still his
money went oil na tho' by nu un
known hand. Tho police authori
ties wero notified of tho fact and
Sheriff Baldwin stationed n polico
officer in the storo each nilit.
Lust" Wednesday night, the fel
low evidently thought that Mr.
Rodrignos nnd his family would
take iu tho Kickapoos and so he
Continued ou l'ugu 0.
nrr)Kr:A'l7m fllliur-ll re fi:cne
C'jmST holds jnretlngs as follows la
mmiam mm, ic.iroi vjpera nouse: aunuay
ipa. m. Bible class; u a. m. preaching In
Hawaiian; 0:jon. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 P. m. preaching In English ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
THE LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL
Prohibiting tbe Sprinkling of Clothes
rom the Llonth.
The Supreme Court Deems It Unnecessary b
Consider (be Health Question
The Act Is Defective.
Wnsheo John's cheeks touight
will again bulgo out with store of
wator, to bo prjuirioil pn 'bo
nlolhea without fonf o! t!.'3 Italico?
Tho Supremo Court has decided
in effoct tbat it is ovory man's in
alionnble right, coming down from
Magca Cbarta, to iron his own
shirt and to wet it with water
ejected from hn mouth hence
that anybody else doing the job
for him may exorcis tho bhiuo
glorious privilege wh'n, hh in this
case, tho Legislature does noUtn'.o
whoso clothes aro in question.
The deciding opinion is lv S.
M. ilnllon, sitting in place or Jus
tice Frear, ab-ont, with Chief Jus
tice Judd ami Justi:o Whiting,
aud it is unanimous. Its sylla
"Act 31 of the Sosaiou Laws of
16138, eutitled, 'An Act to Ui'unlato
the Laundering of clothing, lied
Ulothing, iNnpory, lowola and
Other Articles of Lik Character,
is not a reasonable uxucis of the
polico power aud is uucoustitu
tional." Obiug G ung nnd ICiing had
appealed from the Di.t'riet to the
Supremo Ciuit directly, upou
points of law, ngainsl thu'r con
viction of niisdemoiinor uudr tho
new la.v mentioned. In the body
of the opinion aro tb following
1 It is contended for the defen
dant tbat there U noth' ig on the
fiicf of tho Act to show tl.nt it was
pissed ns a health royulation, uor
was there any evidence that tho
practico is uuhenltbful. It would
boom, li3weverfcthat tho healthful
.nnss or unheallhfulne-s of tho
practico is a matter far judicial
cogniztneo, aided by referonco to
any standard sources of informa
tion. " Wo do not find it necessnry to
decide upon thjs point, however,
because wo boliovo that, viewed as
n health measure, the statuto is nn
unreasonable regulation. It is uot
co n I'm ed iu its terms to clothing
laundered for hire nor ovun to tho
clothing of othors. Any person
ojoctiug wator from his mouth up.
ou his owu clothing in ironiug it
would be guilty of a misdemeanor
uudor tho Act. This is beyond tho
valid exercise of tho police power.
Tho rights of nu individual cauuot
be nbridgtcd oxcopt iu so far ns
may bo uoconsnry to prevent in
jury to tho rights of othors.
" Wo aro obliged to declaro tbo
E.P.Dolo, Deputy Altornoy Gen
eral, and A.LO.Atkiiisou fur pro
secution; A.M.M Robertsou and P.
Neumann fur defendant.
Highest Honors World's Fair
Oold Mcdnl, Midwinter Fair.
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