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Keeping Constantly At It Is What Brings the Business.
in the Pathway of
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NEWS : : : :
-The Bulletin Brings News and Business to Its Patrons.
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Vol. VI. No. 1184.
IN THE SUGAR STOCK POOL
Niulii Sngor Gompny,Limited,
will be capitHlizd for $2,000,000.
Of Ibis amount $1,000,000 is the
pui chose prico of Niulii planta
tion. A working capital of about
SSOO.UOO will be left with which
to purchaso adjacent sugar lands
and improve the plantation. The
sugar crops will pass into the
treasury of the corporation. The
shares will bo of the par valuo of
Edward Pollitz, tbn Sun Fran
cisco broker, embarked for homo
in tbo steamer Muripoia hit
night. Ho carriod uwny au
option for 3713 Bbnros of tbn
"Wailuku Hunar Co. etoik, which
in more tbtiU i'OI) of u majority.
Tbo prico is $410 a share. O.
Brewer & Co. aro tbo givers of
tbe option, which is conditioned
oa that corporation retaining the
igoucy of tbo plantation for eight
years. Should tbo transaction
result in a sale, tbo way will be
pavod for au amalgamation of
Woiluku, Spreokelsvillo, Faia and
Niulii was over-subscribed by
closing timo last night. Those
who havo applied for small
amounts eioce will only bavo a
obanco at any shares that may bo
defaulted at timo of iosuing the
Marshal Brown has been going
after dealers in stocks without
license. The completo list of
licuspd broker, op till 11 a. m.
today, is here Riven: Tbo Really
Syndicate, S M Dodge, manager;
Harry Armilngo, V E BrowD, Jan
F Moruau, Hawaiian Taint and
Investment Go, Ltd, Win A Lovo,
BOA Potenon, Gear, Linring
& Co, A J Cainpb-ll, L 0 AMo,
J H Salinaek, Geo H Paris,
Henry Wa'eihoii'o & Co, Ballon
tine & EMkin, J Q Wrod, Lewis
& Co, Frank Utistiice, Wra
Savidgo, "W E Bivpue, .Too An
drnde, Chos Phillips, Fred W
"West, Bumette & O ., E R Bivon
Staple and Fancy.
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STIIEET
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
GROWN LANDS SEIZURE NIT
General Compton was asked, as
a matter of form, if bo Lad seen
tbe San Francisco Call articlo
stating that bis errand to Hono
lulu was tbo snizuro of tbo crown
lands for tbo United States Gov
"That story was manufactured
in the seventh heaven of tho Call
building," the General nusworod,
his face wreathod with smiles of
General Compton, in answer to
a question as to bis actual busi
ness hero stated in tlio Bulletin
tbo doy he arrivpd, stated that ho
was only just beginning hio quest
of a sito for tho Military Post of
Major Lnngfitt accompaniod
Gouornl Comploo on a visit to the
Exocutivo building this morning in
connection with that businoes.
COLUMBIA IN GOOD SHAPE.
The City of Columbia will sail
for Hongkong in about three
weeks. Captain Walker, who
negotiatod tbe sale, will bo in com
mand. Ho slated this morning
that tbore was nothing tbo matter
with tbo City of Columbia outside
of a small leak astern whiob has
been located and will soon be re
paired. Captain Walker has made
a survey of tho ship himself and
atatos that ho will trust to that
rather than to surveys made bv
k Knllhl Harbor Bcelnntno.
l i iic prumoicrs oi mc Nauru
iwruur siueme nave a sinn oi men i
enfiaRed, unJer an expert, In boring b
the reef on the route of the pro- n
posed canal from Honolulu harbor
to the Kallhl basin. The obiect Is
to procure data for estimates on the
cost of the undertaking.
The Peerlpss Preserving Paint
is a penetrating paint.
useful and orna
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, APKIL 1, 189D.
NAYY RESERYE PROPOSALS
Captain J. W. Pratt Makes a Move on
Ills Own Account.
He Has No Idea or Supplanting Mr. HcStocker
In Leadership -The Business as Free
as Military Recruiting.
Mnro than one proposition has
cono forward to Washington,
looking to tbe organization of a
tmvnl rocervo forco in tho Hawai
Collector Genoral P. B. Mc
Blocker's action in the matter bus
boon 83en to havo wou an encnur
aging repponse. Ho, it will be
remembered, coraranuicaloil with
Secrotnrv Loner thrnimti .Tna Tt
Castle, a family connection of
tho Secretary of tho Navy.
Mr. MoStockor interest in
tbo matter dons rmf nul
explanation to those who know
mm sb ouiot. captain of tho Citi
zens1 Quard. He is au orcanizor
from his yonth.
Cantain J. W. Prntt. nf Pri.
Dole's staff, it would aluo apppar
acted in tbe matter. Having been
BDoken to on tho mihWt Iw mam.
porsons, Captain Pratt, without
knowing that Mr. MtStooker's in
terest bad taken tho autivo form it
had done. alco forwarded n nnm
munication, throngh Consul Gen
eral Haywood, to tho N-wv Dn-
Dartment. Ho nitkpd fnr inf.r. no
tion ou tbo proceduro roquired for
forming a unvl ro3orvo in Ha
waii. His letter was dated evenly
with tho dimmtnli frnm Wnulu'.....
ton referring to Jlr. McStocker's
In tlio con ran nf nnnvnrcuC.r.
Ouptaiu Pratt snul no politic
should be allowed to enter the
Hehftiio in nny shape Neither
should previous oolitic ln n
yarded iu tho process of toleo
tion. Csptain Pratt bad no idea nf
cutiiui; in ahoid of Mr. Mo
Stnoker in tbo laudable rnoveraont.
LllS notion was sunnlv llin mil.
oome of conferences with frioud
of tho idea. Ho constdeted that
it woul I be an honor to bo asso
ciated with Bucceshful ondinvor
for tho end in question. Captain
Pratt has no doubt that a naval
reserve regiment could easily b,.
enlisted hero, which would witbtl
be composod of picked mon.
CoubuI General Haywood,
while his part has boen ouly a
matter of otlioial ro'utino, is pleas
ed at tbo iulorest ehown in tho
project by the fact of there beiug
moro than one effort at its accom
plishment. Ho sees no r.asou
why tbero should not b perfect
UarmonyhPtweeu both the would
be oruauizTH, anymore than in
the case of organizing different
companies of a land military
Mr. McSt ickur, when seen
alout tbe subject deprecated auy
idea of oompotitivrt friction in
orgniiizing a uavol reserve force
Captnin Pratt was one of uU
oloaent friends, and there was nut
iv vestiuo of fal(iuy between
them ou this mnlter Auvhodv
was at libortv to eet un a innrnil
roll for the proposed naval militia,
unci tno roBter wuuia receive lull
Attmnry DavU Hurt.
News camo (rom Kauai ypBtor
day that, while driving in LMiuo
Thursday afternoon, Attorney
Georuo Davis wa thrown from
bis buggy in a runaway accident
and bi.dly ebakon up. Tbe mes.
sago camo over tbe tolepliono ns
tbo Kilohana was about to leave
Waiinoa, 60 that particulars could
not be learned.
DroWiieit Ht KallbUral.
Pursor Fornbaok of tbo Waiale
ale roports . tbo drowuing of a
Japanese at Knlihiwai Thursday
afteruoou. Tbe follow was too
impatient to wait for tbe ferry to
take him across tbo river R that
place aud starlod to wado ov-r.
Ho 6oon went in over his depth
and was drowned beforo anyone
could go to his assutunou.
OTIS FORCING THE INSDRGENTS BACK.
Heaviest Battle That Has Yet Been Fought
Over 12,000 Rebels Massed-
Washington, March 25. Gon
eral Olii' dpsenntinn nf tliu m
cent battle is cnniainiul in dm fnt.
lowing cablegram, reenved ai tbo
war uepiiriraont tint morning:
"Manila, iMarch 23. Adjutaut
(icueraj, Washington: MhcAt
thnr with two liri.ades commenc
ed MdvntiCrt on N.irilinlien. mirth
west of Calrocnn, iu center of the
iuMirg-'nt lines at daybreak tin
morning, advancing rapidly and
xm-cesi-miiy, 8utr.'ring Utile.
From NllViilicllPB ArHnArllmr mill
swing to left and striko to Polo,
brigades frontinrr nn Pnlnnnnn
will press forward nt tbo proper
limn TTn11a liftf.n.ln M.. l... l.1
line north of Pasig is demonstrat
ing wet of the pumping station.
Euemv twelve thnnnnnrl alrnnn nn
Iholiuea. I am ondeavoring to
tnkn frnnltnn fn rnvnran
' "Otis "
It was stated nt thn Wat Da.
partment that tbo expression of
ueuerai utis, "am endeavoring to
tako fraction in reverse," moans
that while ostensibly making a
feint at the front that ho intnndn
to Bwing to tho rear and attack
tho enemy on tho left. Tho
dinpalcbes of General Olis aro
forwarded to President McKiuloy
ns soon as rocoived at the War
Ill comnntinor the limn nt TUn.
nila wllOll tho tiphiinn- l)ifftii it iu
said that the bt'lu li'is beon in
progress more than twouty-four
Lours. "War Department utriuial
do not htenipt to oono-al their
Ufiii'i that tin' lighting lias been
very BBveio BDd that theAmeii
i'hii losses nro no doubt iiuilo
'i'lie oablo dispatches from Gen
eral Otis as well as tbo press re
ports of tho oning(nuut at Maui
la have been cabled to Secretnry
Aler aud General Brooke at Ha
la KILLBD, 130 tVOUNDKII.
ThU U Contrmllrr ICtllmnte of Ame
rican L.ar In Uitlllr.
Manila, March 25.-5:55 o.m.
LatO in the nfternnnn thn Mnnla
na remmont and thn Third Ariil
Lry had crossed Taligban rivor,
going in a northwesterly direction
owaruB iroio anu ueneral ftlao-
A'thur with tbo remainder of
Uoieral Olis' and General Halo's
"fitftdes, were moviug along south
of Jb6 river in a position to attack
eijhrr Novalichei or Polo, being
wit hi a wo miloH of Novalichoi
ami nv9 miles from Polo.
ueuerai Hall's brigado moved
ti ?a,'-i Pro octin General
Hales rlflll. nutatin,. nrilli ntrnnn
oposition, Tho Oregon regiment
aud pirt of tho UUI1 btttery un
tier Lieutenant Gibbs hold the
Tin outronchraonU noarost to
Malalon suirored tbe raot spvere
atttokt, including a cro-B fire
friin tlio iusurgsuts raaB-ed at
The Montana regimont near
Ualiutanno cmo upon a block
b U"o dtuisod as a lepr h.
Powder to be
er and better
than any other
pilal, ocrops tho rivor, after march
ing through tho jungle. Four
men were killed nnd nevenleeti
wounded among Gouornl Mac
Hampered, by the thickness of
Ihejiiimle, Goneral MncArthur's
anil General Halo'B slatTs wore
frequently uuder a galling lire,
uiil upon ono occssion all of the
offic-rs, excepting the generals,
liHmouutod being overcomo by
the heat. Tbore were many proa
trations during tbo day.
Tbe American loss is now con
sorvatively estimated at frixteen
killed and 130 woundod. The
loss of the enemy was heavier
than during any previous ougogo
ment. DETAILS OP THE PIOIIT.
Inarzrnti Mr Following- Tactlci of
Americana In U'Utlr.
Manila. Mnrh 9S Sl-AK n ,
Elaborato propaiatious were made
iof iuo movomont. Ueuoral
Wheatou's bricniln win nlano.l In
tho rear and Geueral Harrison
uray utis' and Goneral Hall's
were massea uouinu Uouoral
Uuder the Cover nf Horlrnmni
Genoral Otis' and G poral Halo's
brigades left their trenches and
advauced close up on the enemy's
lino without being detected, Ocu
nil Wbeaton'a nnd Geueral
Hall's brigales occupying the
At 4 o'clock the American
troops breakfasted, aud th0 'Hi-
piuin, unnoiui! iuo camp-lire,
llleir llllL'1-irrl eilllpll In nrmu A I
daylight GenorHl Oti- nnd Gen
eral rinii's ungKies ndvaiicul
from Li Loma church etraiglit
tlirOUch lllfl r.illt.1 llima n.illi....
tbo enemy's forco in two.
Udou this nnni.inn llin rjliolu
adopted tho Ameiican toctioe of
holdinL' tbeir fire until tlu nHn,.L-
ers were about lOOi) yard- distant
Tho rebels alio llrd low.ir tluu
usual. Tho Americans brd vol
leyB with terrific effect and thou
rushed forwnr,l nhnorinrr ntut nnr.
rying everything beforo them.
unco mrongu, Uouoral Mao
Arthur's divixinn wi amnnn
through tho line, driving tho ro
uuis nway on an siues. Ueneral
wuonton a Jingade in accordance
ivith instructions. rnmnimd in thn
troocbos. JJeforo ioiuino- in the
movement at noon, Genoral
Whaaton'tt trnnna lavn1nn.l n
strong opposition botweou Mala
ban and tbo river Tulialian.
llio brigade commanded by
Gouornl HnrilROn Clmv Olia anil
General Halo advanced on Nov-
UcllOS aud Po O.Btro lolventrnnnh.
d towns. Iu tbo meautime, Gnn
otal Hall's brigade swept Ibo
conniry Clear lo iu water works
ind tho foothills ond Sinvn'ou,
capturing Sin Francisco del Mouto
TONUA IINDBU KNULINII FLAO.
Mention was mado iu the Bui..
LETIN yesterday tbtt tbo English
utiboat Tauranga ariived in Aniii.
Samoa, tho day boforo tbo de.
p-irluro of the Alameda fort Lis
port and that sbo sout ushnro a
hundred mon. iho Tauranoa bp.
foro Bftilinc for Samoa, went to
Tonga which sbo put under the
protection of. the English nag.
General EKn Comlnir.
Mrs. Ghns. Eagan, wife of tbe
former Commissary Goneral of
thn United States Armv. nrrivoil
- . ? "---..
iu tbo steamer China yoater.lay
evoning. Goneral Eagan was de
tained (rom accompanying his
wife, but bo will come here within
Thrown from llvr llr.
News come from Kauai yester
day that, whilo riding in Lihur,
wins riamwicK, a scuoii leaoner
of that place, well known in Ho
nolulu, wns thrown from her
horse and stunned by tho bad full.
Piuois 5 Ounts.
CAMBRIDGE WON THE DAY
Great University Race was Fairly Easy
Oxford Men Led for Short Time Winners
Flnlsli Slrong and Oxford Men were
FdiotlDg Odds on Blue.
Putney, Enp., March 25. Tho
fiftV-Sixth aniiiliil llnnl rtm Un-
twf en crews reuresotiling tbeUni-
versi ihh 1 1 wxi.rdnuu Uniubiidgo
wi- rowed InJav nver iliu nanul
course, from Putney to Moitlnko,
i d stance of about four and a
quarlor mile, nnd wns wou bjr
Cambridge for tbo first timo in
Catnliriilso now lmq twenlv.Fniir
out of tho fifty-six races rowed, to
Tbo lik'lit blue!), nn nnlilml coo.
terday, wero the favorites in the
bottiuir, tbe odds thou being 11 to
1 on Gimbridi7P. tbouuh thia
regnrded ns extravagant.
The crews wero sent off nt 12:68
p. m. Oambridi,'0 winning tho
toss, took tho Snrroy side of tho
rivor, which with tbo fresh wind
blowinrj, gave tbo light bluoa a
Cambridge at once nssumed a
slight lead, which it inctosod to
ooo and n quarter lengths at tbo
Craven Steps, about five furlong
from tho start.
Just beyond that point howovor,
Oxford bgiui drawing up, and at
tlie Crnbtreo wharf, one mile, ono
furlonu and one liundnd yards
from the bUrtinir point, was levol
with Caiubiilge. Tlio Ornbtrec
wharf wh pahbol at liOIJ.
At llaniiuTHinith bridge, one
mile, five furlougr- and one hun
lr"d yards from the ntarting line,
Cambri Ige bad ncnin nfsnmed
thn IphiI by-ouo half length, wbiuli
was iicroased to two and n half
leiiutbs at riioruyonfr, soinetbreo
miles from the start. Thouco
Oambridup continued her position,
rotted a fine hIi'iwIv ntmlin whiln
Oxford spliohed badly and was
Wlieu tlie light blues roEched
Barnos Urillcre. thren tnilpn fnnr
furlongs aud thirty yards from tbo
start, they woro four lengths
ahead, and tbo raoo was practical
ly over, for the Oxfords, were
noiug io piecos nnd rowing any
how. Thn fiAlllhriili.n nrntv (iniali-
on stroug, four lengths nho.ul of
wxiora. i wo ot the Uxforil crow
fnintod as their boit crood tho
line. Tbo otlioial time was 21
minutes, four seconds.
New Prlnllnir Home.
Tho Mercantile Printing On.
has boeu ino irporated by J. W.
13oriMtrom, G. F. Buleu. T. S.
Soutbwick, T n. Mnrsb and G.S.
Evans. Tlio object of the now
O'tucern is to do strictly high
class commercial printing.
The stock has beon fully sub
scribed nnd G. S Evans, tbo
originntor of tlio company, loavoi
on tlio llio for thoCoast to pur
chiibo a plant in San Frauaisco.
It is expected that tho company
will be ro'iily for business in
about six wok.
Ai'liinnl llnrbnr Matr.
Captain A. N. Tripp has beea
appointed n-sistant h irh' r mnater
runt onrc huh or tabt rowota
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair
Amid lliUlnR l'nmlent contnlnlng
aluuu llieyar.i Injurlnut tohralth
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