Newspaper Page Text
4...-H- Minister Cooper WANTS Lower Figures on School Houses. -H-H 4 4 H H-
The Progressive Bulletin Gives the News.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JTEBUUABY 21, 1899.
Pkiob 5 OentsK
Dn' 1 lfljrurtfitjvttjtl-i,m,m J-1WWVVSWWWW
tr y n
It' -.. - .
K i ne i'rocres6je
K WANTS fv &
k At Low FicureflS'
IT Vol. VI. No. 1150.
CONSENT OF THE GOVERNED
Washington, Fob. 11. At tho
conclusion of morning business in
the Senate today, the resolution
offered, yoiterday which ntlirms
ami npprovea Hip doetrioeB of tho
Declaration of Independence, do
clares that nil governments derive
thrdr just pnwera from tho conaent
of the govomed and that tho doc
triues are univornal and apply to
nil peoples having a society or
territory of their own, wru laid
bofort the Sennlo
Mr. 'Chandler, of Now Himp
shire, asked for nnauimoas con
Bont that tho Snato on Monday
next at 3 o'clock, take up all tho
resolutions beariugupon our rela
tions to foreign teiritory acquired
and dispose of tbom by vote be
foro adjournment. He, thought it
could b done by midnight of tbnt
day. He believed it perfectly
proDer to Vote npon any of these
declaratory resolutions. In the
course of his remarks upon the
eusigoslinn of Mr. Chandler, Mr.
Allou said ho observed "tho singu
lar absence of ono of tho chief
tains of the contest of tint even
ing," inferring to tho debate on
th- attempt to pass th MoEuery
resolution Ibb Monday after tho
rntinc-"tion of the pence treaty,
I.tnil tt Nattlvmrnt.
On Siturday, March 23, will bo
sold under suecial conditions of
payments, bv direction of J. F.
Brown. Agnt of Public Linds,
37 tts of from 8 to 40 acre-" each
in Knauhubu, North Kolmla, nd
joining the government road from
Kohala to Wairaca. The upset
price is Si an acre. Information
cau bo had, locally, from Ohiis.
Williums orE.Drf Harno.
CITY OF COLUMBIA SOLD.
From tho appornnco of things,
the people who have boen doing
bo maoh talking about paying all
kinds of prices for tho City of
Columbia, did inot really moan
what thoy said. J. F. Morgnn
nppeared on tho front steps of the
Police Station building at 12 noon
today and started tho City of
Colutnbii. Tho highest bidder
could tnke the steamer.
Harry EvniiB una como pro
pared and bid $500. Then a
fttrnoucr in tho crowd, soeiog nn
opportunity that might bo lost,
eliouted a thousand dollars. Harry
Evans did not intend to lot tho big
TO BREAK THE COMBINE
Minister Cooper Will Import Brick School-
house from San Francisco.
itomner do at Buoh a price aud bid
Timn Kninn tlit nustnmnrv
"S1500 I've not," etc. and tlio uity
of Columbia wout into Harry
Of late, tho captain of the water
front police hns been doing quite
a lot in (ho wBy of buying nod
selling vessels. His last invest
ment bo considers tho best he has
' Governmout officos will closo
The Australia takes tho mnil.
J Wutcrcd Milk Crusade.
W War to the knife Is being waged k
3 by the Honolulu Dairyman's Asso- g
SCianon againsi uuuiumu.i.w
supply customers with watered S
milk. One Interested In the "trust" $
Is authority for the statement that
g analyses of rival mtlk have yielded k
j? ashlgiras4oto6opercentof water, g
JJ The Association Is determined mat tj
g It will not submit to any such dis- g
honest competition. g
The Minister of Publio InBtruo
tion has locked horns with the
enmbiuntion of contractors alleged
to exist in Honolulu.
Minister Cooper said this morn
ing, in answer to a question, th it
no contracts hid boen awarded
for school buildings. Thon ho
"I nm going to Bend to San
Francisco, by todny'a mnil, for the
Kulaokahua schnolhouso. It is to
be a brick building somothingliko
the stylo of tho new schoolhouso
at Palaran. Although it is only a
littlo larger than thfT'Palama
building, the combine has ad-
figures.; The contract cost of the
building, without tho
vnnced tho prico out of nil propor
tion nnd reason.
givo you tho exact
foundntious, was $18,700, while
the lowest bid for the Kulaokahua
building is 827,001. Tbnt is n
ditToreuco of $3901. Now, I do not
propose to bo stood up in tbnt
way by tho combine, nt the ox
peuso of tho public treasury.
"Iu ense n contract cannot bo
made in Sun Francisco to oroct
the: building, nt n more rensonablo
fignro than tho locnl contractors
make, I shall also advertise there
for bids on mat -rial, so that if ne
cessary the buildiug may bo erect
ed by day labor."
RIOTING PAHALA CHINESE
Police Forced to Give Up (Ms and
Lively Times on tbe Plantation -Squad of Offi
cers Sent from Bilo Seventy Ar
rested and Ten Fined $50.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Mllilanl Hall.rearof OperaHouse: Sunday
10 a. m. Hlbfe class; n a. in. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:jop. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 p. m. preaching In English ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
IS NOW PACIFIC" HEIGHTS,
A CONFESSION OF PERJURY
by a Witness in the Titcomb
W. A. Scott, deputy shoriff of
Wnilnku, nnd David Donaldson,
depnt shoriff of Hanalti, are nhlo
lo forega her in tho courthouse
lobbies, renewing nn auld acquaintance.
Mixed Jury Silting Two Action! With Dam
afies Appeal of Coon Case to
Staple and Fancy,
Everything useful and orna
Household necessities a spe
cialty 'with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
O. A. Davi, nttornoy for do
fendnutB, nppeals to tho Supreme
Court from Judge Stanley's re
fusal to grant a new trial of tho
Coou opium bond case.
F. M. Hatch, attorney for res
pondents, has Clod a motion to
roquiro John H. Sopr and . S
Valentino to give an indemnity
bond in their suit aizninst B. F.
Dillingham and tho Wnialua
Agricultural Co. Au affidavit by
J. B. Athnrton, president of the
company, sets forth great injury
and lucouveuiojico m liable to re
sult from the preliminary injunc
tion upon tho company. Holders
of shares subscribed for in Hono
lulu object to paying assessments
until they are assured that the
shares will not bo takou from
them by tho courts. Tondors of
paymonts on shares subsoribod
through tho plaintiffs in San
Francisco haro to bu refused, ns
the subscribers have never boen
ucceptod by the corp iratinu as
Arthur M Brown Inu Gled nn
approved bond iu 81000, with H.
It. Hitchcock as uMy, in his suit
tor breach of cov nant aguiust
Chung Chup Haw Chougastouaut
aud lesseo of plaiutitT.
Judge Forry has confirmed tho
sale of real estate b Ce.uil Brown,
administrator of tho will of Kthn
lokai. Tim property is situated
nt Knraakela, Honolulu, and con
tnins G200 square foet. It was
sold at auction by J. F. Morgan,
the Hawaiian Land Co boing the
purchaser nt S1150. L ialoha, a
minor for whom Mr. Brown i
guardian, owned the property.
Kaunkahi vs. James A. Low,
action for false imprisonment, has
been continued till next term by
Judge Porry, under otjreemont of
W. A. Henshnll for plaintiff aud
E. P. Dole for defendant.
E. J. Morgau by his nttorneys,
Einnoy, Ballon & McOlanahan,
hns filfd n motion for attachment
for contempt ngninst Wnhiuo
Kniu, bt-cnuse she hns not exoju
ted n dood in nccudauco with n
decre of the Circuit Court, nor
uh- pud the bill of cost of plain
tilf'tnxed nnd allowed at $105.
Solomon Kuuni has brousht an
action against John K. Sumuer
and Ho Hee for S100O damages
for malicious prosecution. Plain
tiff was ncquittecLJn tho District
Court upon tho chaigeof criminal
Iv dnstroyiug plants belonging to
UW Ut'Ul I MW
E. Li "Kauai has brought nn ft
'jfotraeut suir, claiming 50OOO
uamauee, againsi a. o. ivnudseu
and Wnimea Sucar Mill Co., for
trial n tho March term of the
Firth Circuit Court.
Tho urelimiiiary examination of
Jules Titcomb, for murder in tho
s ond d"gro-, wns still on before
Judgo Stanley nt uoon recess to
day. A native witness t-Btifiod
this morning that ho gave falso
evidence at tho coroner a inquost
on Kauai, uudor n piomiso of pay
from tuo dotenuant which bad
not beou kept.
Judgo Perry is hearing tho no
tion to quiot title of L. L. Mo
Candloss vs. S. Mahelona et al,
boing tried by the following mixed
piry: Unas Oilva, li a llolt, Win
Sividge, A O Davis, Kiliona, J
JNalua, 1) Tuailoy, J as Molnernv,
John Bonito, S Latnui. Qeo
Kluoaol and O W Dickey. O.
Brown for plaintiff; Poepoo for
Acorrespondentin Kau, Hawaii,
writing under dato of Frbruary
19, his tho following to say of n
Gght between Chinese laborers and
policomeu nt Pabnln phntatiou:
'Thoro woro hot times in Pabnln
n few uighU ago, during Chinese
New Yenr's. It was nt night time
nnd tivo pjlicoraon raided a gam
bling den on tho plantation.
"The police had fivo men in
hand cuff. Suddenly, n croud of
Chinese Ipborers broke in from
outside and used up tho ollicra
of tho Inw with stones, hoes, etc.,
nt the eamo time rescuing those
who had been hnnd-cuffod.
"The Ouinamon thou proceeded
to tnko two stnrs nnd throe clubs
from tho polioemon. Tho best
part of tho wholo thing is that
they, in some wny, got nil tho
hand cuffs off thoir frionds. The
police woro very badly frightoucd
but thoy were noon resaufd by
the manager of Pnhala plantation
"A squad of polico, armed like
origauus, was aenu irom niio
later on. Sheriff Andrews i- nt
Waiohinu invostiijnting. Th'
police mnde seventy nrrosU in all.
At the trinl, ton of tho Cinnamon
wuro tined fcoU nnd costs for not-
New Residence Tract Opened by Brace
Waring & Co.
Pauoa Valley Offers Splendid Residence
' Prospects Wooded Portion Reserved
for Park Magnificent Yiow.
Honolulu is to hnvo n new resi
dence quarter. "Within n short
time tho recently putchiiced Pauoa
trnct will be opened up nnd placed
on tho mnrket by Bruce Vnring
Tho laud is to be known as
PaciGc Hoights and is in tho
Pauoa Valley at ail olevatioo of
from 150 to 750 feet commanding
a mot lnagniBcout pauamoric
view extending from the Wninnno
mountains on the weit to Diamond
load on tho Uist. There are in
all about 450 acres iu the lract.
Work wore begin almost imme
diately on tho "lioulevard" which
la to be n macidii'niz'd iond of an
average width ot forty feet begin
ningattbemauka eudof ihPnuoa
roid nnd Booth's privato road.
Tho r.it stre.t extension will,
lend direct'y into tho Boulevard
wuiou win ne cratieii lor ensv
ing, while tho others bnd aentouco ili-ivine- At inttrvnU. r-irma ru,
....... 1 ..1 ... 11 .... ... ': - ..
suBponueo ior luirioeu mouius.
Kllicl Stock Meld High
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL '8TREET
flade from Pure drape Cream
In the Police Court this fore
noon, Knnnknnukni was eoutenced
to fifteen days' imprisonment at
hard labor on tbo charge of as
sault nud battory ou Knpekn, Iiib
wife. Tho assault was nn ex
tremoly brutal one, Kanakanukai
knocking tbo womau down nnd
then kioltina her fnco until it was
ou'o mass of bruises, Alox Nicholas
happened to be in tho vicinity at
the time. All tho othor natives
stnndiug about wero afraid of tho
nmu nnd would not go anywhere
uenr him but Nicholns jumped in
nud saved tho woman worso in
juries than she roceived.
11. J Lyman hns been nwnrded
the contract to build tboKalapnna
road in Puna. It is five and two
thirds miles in longth, and the
prico is $8910. Contracts for
othor roads on Hnwnii, for which
bids hnvo beon opened, nro in
abeyance and will require corres
ponce to nrrango.
KOACH In this city,' February 20,
lhflO, to the wife of V. D. ltoacli, a
MELANPHY In Honolulu, Febru
ary i!l, 1890, to the wife of John F.
Molauphy, a son.
S IVIIICI OIUCK IIC
2 " Klhel stock still booms. Today
O blocks have sold at JO premium on
S a share, and the prospects are, as il
till nill.l.PTIN.frrvc tn nrrcc tli-if
., - -. - (yWM.U -.h , .
a this figure will be In the shadows "
R omorruw. rremium ior no nas
ik w-iiciu3yu vy atvciat uiujvcta,
Honolulu people are not the only k
uuea wiiu iiiuit inai rvllici 13 u liuiAt tv
Investment. Three capitalists from
S.m Francisco and one from New
York, are red hot after the stock.
A block of Klhel paid up was
bought by the New Yorker this
morning at fns and, being unable
to get any more at that price, he Is
this afternoon considering a deal at
Then the volunteers, of the United
States Army In town are doing
quite a little.
The ones who have bouplit are
men who have prlvate'lncomes, and l
uepenu on uncie &
do not have to depend on Uncle
Sam's fifteen dollars a month.
HOC1KTV OP iniMIIMKN.
,Tho following communication
sent tolrishmen and descoudauta of
Irishmen in the city, explains it
Honolulu, H. I., Fob. 20, 1899.
You aro earnestly requested to
attend the first meeting of the
proposed Society of Irishmou, aud
mon of Irish descent, to bo held
at Odd Fellow's ball, King stroot,
opposito the Arlington hot-l, on
next Wednesday evening, Febru
ary '22, at 8 o'olook sharp.
We especially desiro your pres
onco on this occasion ns it is for
tbo purpose of organization.
President pro tern.
O. W. Eccles,
W. O. Smith, Attorney Gonerr.1
and President of Board of Health,
loaves in tho Kinnu to nltend to
mntters of both otlicos riuht in the
town of Hilo. Ho wi.l rotiiru
will intorHi'ct the "Boulovard"
jiving access to all the lots which
ull be from i acre to 2 acres in
rti-'se lots situated below tho
450 f.iot IfV.d will be supplied
with uovorument wnter, aud tho
lots on tho highor alovntinns will
receive wnter from tho well known
Puuaunoio Spring. This Bpriug
unp furnish plenty of the, best
water, which will bn piped onto
tho land in a four inch initio. Tun
witt-r will be supplied ai the muul
It ia the desiro lo make this tho
bon ton roidnca part of the city,
nud tho opio'tunity oiTered is r.
ready bein grasped by intending
pnrohniers having in view tha
locating of miguificent home
The upper Innds of tho Iraoi
which nro thickly woodod and not
at tho present time available for
buildinu purposes, will be con
verted into a nark.
Pncifin Hoiyhts nro within a
mild of the business portion of a
the town, nnd will bo reached by
tho Rapid Transit Rnilway. In
nuothnr column will be seen tho
nunnuueoment of tho firm in re
unrd to tho property whiih will
be sold for one-third cash nnd
baLnco to suit purchaser nt 6 per
cont per nniium.
Comnljr at tha Orplioura.
The Jules Walter' Comnanr
will givo Wednesday night n vau
deville nnd comedy and will
close, with tho sketch "A Brewer's
A runt OIMPI CREAM OP TARTAN POWDCR
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair
A to I1 ltiklnic IiMTilor contnlnlnir
alum. Tlipynro liijurlciu l liiMilth
1 . t .;; it, 1
": J A
nHMrff-Mwriiir-j'"",M-""',t- - - ..ii..H.....iM1Mt m 1