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Vol. VI. No. 1192.
BASKET BALL CONTESTS
Tho eoooiid of the aeries of
brisket ball contests took plnoo in
tho Y. M. 0. A. gymnasium Inst
evening in tho prosenco of a lnrgo
and enthusiastic audience. The
first contest was butweon tho
Hough Riders and Business men,
their positions being as follows:
Rough Riders 13. F. Beard
more and Guy Qero, forwards; J.
0. Ooben, center; Albert Wator
house and Lewis Gear, guards.
Business Men Clarenoo Oooko
and Ernest Clark, forwards; Goo.
Watorhouse, center; Sam Johnson
and John Watorhouse, guards.
In tho first half, Colion scored a
free throw, making ouo poiut for
tho Rough Riders. For tho buBi-
- nesH mon, Oooko mado a baskot
from a froo throw and Olark a
gonl from tho field, this making
tureo points, in tue second half,
tho Rough Riders failed to scoro
and tho Business mon mado 13
points. Business mon winners.
Scoro, 1G to 1.
Tho second contest was between
the Honolulu and Diamond Hoad
tennis, lined up ns follown:
Honolulu. R. Bicknoll nnd J.
Clark, forwards; E. Lyman,
centor; Fred Wright and A.
Diamond Head. B. Olark and
Ohas. Elston, forwards: W.
Wright, center; E. Schmidt and
G. Lucas, guards.
In tho first half, Wright scored
3 and Marcollino 2 for tho Hooo
lulus, milking 5 in all. W.
Wright scored 2 for tho Diamond
In tliH second half tho Hono
lulua maintained tho lead up 'to
within five rainuloj of the end,
whou the score was 11 to 8 in
their favor. For tho Diamond
Head team, W. Wright throw one
foal during tho lust fivo minutes
and Olnrk rapidly followed with 2
more, making an additional G.
This won them tho game by a
Bcoreof 14 toll.
Miss Mysie Rowou has gone to
Hilo for a vacation.
By the "Australia:"
Fresh Rhubarb, Asparagus,
Celery and Cauliflower ;
Fancy Navel Oranges,
Lemons and Apples;
Frozen Oysters and Fish,
And Refrigerated Poultry ;
Smoked Halibut and Salmon;
Salani and Cervelat Sausage ;
A fresh stock of Hams,
Bacon, and Breakfast Cereals.
AND IN "SWEETS:"
Gruenhagen's Bon Bons
YOU'LL FIND THEM AT
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Established 1851 -Leaders 1800
Frof. Rolfo tho first leoturor of
tho University Extension courso
arrived on tho Dorio and is now
hard nt work with tho many Innnl
enthusiasts for tho successful in
augnration of this oxcellont edu
cational foaturo in Honolulu.
Prof. Itolfn linn linen enrmrrnrl in
Univorsity Extension for eight
years And una earned tbo reputa
tion of being ono of tho best leo
turers and organizors sent out
from Chicago University.
Tho first lecture on Charles
Tjnmh will lin rrivnn Tlinrarlnu
ovoning in the High Sohool build-
iug. rroi. lvoite suggested tuis
morning that those intonding to
tfiko tho course begin looking up
"Thnro will tin no ntfnnriwl nv-
Dlanation of tho oonrRn. it nrnlntna
itsolf" remarked the professor.
Thxt aiakawcll Option.
Emphatic contradiction is given
to a etroot rumor that the option
on tho control of Makawoli stock
given by H. P. Baldwin to the
Hcchts of San Francisco is off. It
rune to April 2G. In tho mean
time, tho latest ndvinnn hv lnltnr
from tbo Coast nro to tbo effect
that the stock would probably be
placed on the Boston market nt
350 a sharo, or fivo to ono of the
present shares, with an assured
dividend of forty cents a month.
This makes tho value of tho origi
nal stock S250 a share. Thoro is a
strong effort in San Francisco to
keep Makawoli there.
Band InitrumanU for Hot
By tho Kinau today. Pro.
feasor Berber Rent nnvnrnl in
struments and a lot of music for
tho Hilo band. Those were ob.
tained through the medium of tho
D. G. Camnrinou will ranaiva
by the Australia a hoavy consign
ment of Grapes, Apples, Oranges,
etc aiso trozen Eastern and
Californian Oystors, Fish and
Bulletin WANTS Ads. Are
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, APlilL 11, 1899.
MESSAGE TO FILIPINOS
Americas Commissioners Issue Their
United States will be Given the Utmost
Freedom to Those Who Do Not Resist
Now York, April 4. The Jour
nal's Manila correspondent cables
tho following text of tho procla
mation isBuod by tho Amerioan
These aro doomed to bo tho
points of cardinal importance:
1. The supromaoy of the Unit
ed StateB must and will bo enforo-
od throughout nvnrv narl nt M.n
archipelago and thoso who resist
it can accomplish no end other
than their own ruin.
2. To the Philippino peoplo
will bo granted tho most ample
liberty and self nnvnmmnnt r
COnoilablo with Mm mnintannnnn
of a wise, just, stablo and effeative
and economical administration of
nublio affairs and comnntihln with
tho sovereign and international
rights and tho obligations of tho
3. Tho civil rights of tho
Philippine people will be guaran
teed and protected to tho fullest
extent; religious freedom will bo
aBSurod and all persons Bhall bo
equal and havo equal standing in
tho eyes of tho law.
4. Honor, justico and friend
ship forbid tho uso of tho Philip,
pino peoplo or the islands they
inhabit as an object or means of
exploitation. Tho purpose of tho
American Government is tbo wel-
faro and ndvnnenmnnf nt Mm
u.Tiiero buhII be- guaranteed
to the PhillDnino nponTA nn Imn.
ost and offectivo civil sorvico. To
the fullest extent to which it Bhall
bo practical, natives shall bo em
ployed. C Tho omploymont and col
lection of all taxeB and other
revenues will ba nlneprl nn
sound, economical basis and tho
publio funds raised justly and
collected honestly, will bo applied
only to defray the regular and
proper exponsos incurred by and
for tho establishment and main
tenance of tho Philippino govorn
mont and such aoneral imnrovn-
ments as tho nublio intnrnnta mnv
demand. Local funds collected
will bo Used for lonal nnmnsna
and not to be dovotpd to other
ends. With prudent and honest
fiscal administration it in lmlimmrl
that tho needs of tho eovernment.
will, in a Bhort time boaoiiio com
patible with a considerable re
duction in taxpB.
7. A pure, effective and speedy
administration of justioo will be
established, whoreby may be
eradicated tho evils arising from
df lay, corruption aud exploitation.
y. The construction of roads,
railroads and similar means of
communication und transporta
tion nnd of other publio workB
manifestly to tho advantage of the
Philippino peoplo will bo pro
9. Domestic trade and com
morco, agricultural and othor in
dustrial pursuits, tending toward
tho aoneral dovnlonmunt f tt,
country, in the interests of tho in
uauuanis, rubu us objects of
constant solioitude and fostering
10. Effootivo provision will be
mode tor tho establishment of
elementary Bohnnln. in whinh n.
children of tho neonlo mav hn
educated and appropriato facilities
will be provided for a higher
11. IleformB to all departments
of tho government, all branchoB
of tho publio sorvico and all cor
porations closely touobing tho
common life of tho people will bo
undertaken without rtnlnv nfi
effootod conformably with rinlit
and jUBtioe in a way to satisfy tho
WOll foundod dnmnilfls nnri Mm
highest sentiments and aspirations
oi mo peopio.
Continued on Page 8.
the People's Providers.
GOVERNMENT HARBOR PLAN
To Be Submitted to Board of Officers of
Adopted at Special Heeling or Executive Council
Proposed Wharf Extensions Included
Railway Wharf Cut off.
Thero was a special session of
jho Executiyo Council this morn
inc. for takinrr nnlirm nn Mm
templatod harbor frost. A plan
was adopted as laid down on a
man. and will Im ronni-ind n m.
board of officers appointed by tho
Secretary of War, at its meeting
called for Friday afternoon.
Tho plan corresponds with tho
wharf extension ulu'nli ,nr
adopted some timo ago, and car.
ries out tho wholo harbor scheme,
both in cotnuloted and contnm.
(dated Darts. It taken in Mm tmn.
slip at" tho hoad of tho harbor,
upon wuiou tuo uovernment in
tends to begin work right away.
Tho frontage east of tho two
United Slnlnn filina in rlnmuvlrnrl
the lino following out tho passago',
iu ironi or tuo ooat nouses, as far
as monew oianno park.
Takinrr in tlin frnnlnrm !! in
cdhtrovorsy botwoon tho Govern
ment and tho Oahu Railway &
Land Co., tho lino at the head of
the harbor cuts off tho TUHwav
wharf ontirelv. Tf Mm nlnn ha
adopted, that wharf will havo to
corao away. "Whatovor lino the
United States Govornmont adopts,
no wharf can bo built nut ha.
As announced vnotnrrlnv. Mm
United Statos board or ofllcors
consists of Maj'or LangGtt, Cap
tain Bickon and Captain Spring
Salisbury Accepts Plan fop W
Washington, April 4. LorJ
Salisbury has accepted the plan
proposed by Germany for the
settlement of the Samoan trouble
by the appointment of a tripartite 3
The acceptance Is on the broad S
principle only, and the details of 1
the arrangement are yet to be
agreed upon. 0
As the United States has already g
accepted the general proposition S
3 there Is no longer any doubt as to Sj
g the organization of the commission, fe
Dcr of ItcdampllOB.
xn mo matter ot a bill to re
deem mortgage of Lepeka Pun
mana, on hor own bohalf and as
next friend of Joseph Puamuna,
minor, against "Wm.Il. Costlo and
D. S. EaUl'. B doorcn fnltowinn
j'udgment has been signed by
Judge Perry. Tho attempted salo
of the Auwaiolimu laud to Knni i
declared null and void. W. It.
Castle is directed to releaso tho
morlgsgo unon tho complainants
DttviuC tO him S350. and Knni ia
ordered to pay tho complainants
froiu 10, inolusive of said $350.
Editor Stacker of the Hilo TTr.
aid leavos today for his homo at
tuo metropolis oi tho big island,
but will return to Honolulu nn
tho Kinau Sunday.
Hade from Pure drape Cream
t1lfi)iTftiiilt"Wtol f'tiiy gntoir ITMJ-al JatoMjm tSiSLl-w
Big Falr-Yanderbllt Wedding in
Splendor or Many Millionaires Dazzles Iba
Society or the Melropolli-Callfora-
laus and New Yorkers.
Now York, April 4. Youth and
beauty, with millions of monoy,
were joined togothor in holy mat
nraony today when Virginia Fair
bocamo tho brido of 'William K.
Vaudorbilt. Jr. Abnnf nnn 1....,
dred and fifty guostdworo present
bi iiio coremony, wbioh took place
in thO FiflV-finVnnlll clrnnf n:
donco of Hermann Oelnchs.whoBe
who is mo sister 01 tue bride.
The conservatory and ballroom
had boon trrtnnfnrmni intn i.
semblance of an old English gar
don. Almost Dromntlv nf nnnn .
singlo maid of honor, Miss Mary
uaiuwin Tolfroo.ontorod tho ball
roomnndoran nislo arched with
roses, and walked toward tbo
waiting priest. Sho precodod tho
brido, Miss Fair. Following her
was hor brother-in-law, Mr.
Oolriohs. Tho organ, ospcinlly
built for the purposo, pealed -out.
Tho groom was attonded by J. P.
Kellog. In tho gallery an orches
tra of fifty piecos under Erail
Paur, played tho nuptial musio
of Lobongrin. Tho ceromony
itsolf was short and immediately
upon its conclusion cnngratnla
tions were showered upon Mr.
aud MrB. Vandorbilt, Jr. Thoro
woro few relatives presont.
Miss Fair's wedding gown was
mado in Paris. Tho foundation
was ivory-satin, cut with a long
train. This material was covered
with fino noint d'oanrit nf tlin
oroamy tint, corresponding to that
01 mo aaiin. xnsteau 01 point
lace, old cream colored I rial, lnnn
which is somewhat heavier in tex-
turo, was used in appligued do
signs all over the gown. Longth
wiso insertions trimmed tho front
of tho skirt, tho train waB bordor-
cu witn a uoop-edging nnd the
uppor part of tho corsago was en
tirely of tho laco. Tho sleevo
reached barely to tho elbow and
was partly of laco and noint
d'esprit. Sho wore- a veil of
( Mrs. Oelrichs woro a gown of
light blue, as did Mrs. Bolmout.
tho mothor of tho groom. Mrs.
M. H. DeYoung wore a graiu
pasBota gray Bilk with tulle
bonne, i'ho groom's present to
the brido was a noarl neoklaco and
a pearl and ruby pondant, which
are said to havo cost $70,000.
Miss Tolfreo's bridosmaid gown
waB a wonderfully olaborato and
effective combination of white
chiffon and point appliquo lace.
Tho gown had a prinoesse effoct.
Tho akirt was shirred to the knees.
Below this the nocossary flaring
effect was suppliod by two very
full flouncoa of chiffon, edged
with a lattico liko border of white
satin ribbons. A cauzv half
longth overdross or tunis was
bordered with applique insertion.
Tbo bodice was even more elab
orate and had a yoke of appliqno.
Tho sleeves, which readied only
to the elbow, wero shirred like tho
upper part of tho skirt and edgod
with a ilounco of laco.
The white satin belt was fnst-
onod by Miss Fair's crift to hor
bridesmaid, an onormonB diamond
buckle. Minn Tnlfren nnrrind n
muff fashioned of pink roses.
Handbnll 'onoat Begins.
Tho first of tho bnndbnll con
tests was played in tho Y. M. 0.
A. gymnasium yesterday botweon
J. 0. Cohn and M. S. Scanloo,
two of tho bestplayors on the list.
ionn won two straight games by
a score of 21 to 12 and 21 to 10.
Soanlon is a cood nlnvnr lint lm in
out of form at the presont timo.
Cohn won by steady playing.
J. A, Magoon and wifo have
filed a voluminous answor to the
bill in equity of Thomas Ohistley
to set asido a doed.
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WANTS - -
Piuob 5 Cents.
NEW WILDER S, S. CO, BOAT
Order to Go Forth In Coptic IMs
be Built Afler Plan oi Hawaii But With
All Modern Improvmcnts-To be
Put on Hilo Run.
Tho Wilder StoamBhip Co. is to
havo a now steamer in tho near
future, 'lliis tlnriininn wu nnnk.
od at a meeting of tho stockhold
ers held nt tho steamship olBco
The U6w boat IN (i bn vnri miml.
on tho samo plan as tho Hawaii,
tho freighter that has of late been
doing work botween Hilo and
ports near by.
Tho steamer is to bo wooden
and will bo built to carry 450 tons.
An order will go forth in tho Cop
tic to the Union Iron Works of
San Francisco this afternoon.
Although it is tho intention to
hnVO tho IJOW Rlnmnnr tniwtolol
after tho Hawaii, she will lm n
great improvement over that boat.
mi' ,u,ub ,B lo ua "P to ante.
Tho Wilder Sieamshin CW i
anxious that this nddilion tn iu
present fleet Bhall bo completod in
timo to be in uso durinc the next
,., , "oontly bnilt boats of tho
Wilder Stonnml.in rinmn.m. ...
seel. The change back to wood is
a surnrise in n iimnt ..,..
pooplo, but tho reasou for order
ing such a boat is cood and wn
well exnlniunrl Hiiu mnrin.. t...
President Wight iu the following
We Want thn nnw al,uinnr no o
froichtor for the Hiln trnln vn-
such work nnd in such nlHp.a na
Hilo nnd the ports near bv. it in
necessary (o Iir. wnnilon u.Aa
for paint is oasily scratched froni
the narts of a Rinnl Imnt ...,,i-
wator and whou this happens,
such a boat is in troublo and haa
to bu attouded to at once. With a
woocion Btenmer it is differont.
Paiut scrntchod off does not rnako
much difforonco and cin bo
remedied with but little trouble.
By this, 1 not inonn to run down
steel ttoarners. For nil but specinl
purposes such as tho Hilo ran,
tho steel bonis arc tho best."
Tlmiinia OHnii,ra ?untr.
The fuuernl of tho late Thomas
Campbell took placo from tho
house of Charlos Crozier, eon-in-law
of tho docoBBed, at 3.30 yester
day aftornoou. Iutormont was in
tho dead mBii's own lot in Nuua
nu cemetory. Hov. H. H. Parker,
pastor of Kawoiahao church, con
ducted tho aorviccB. H. H. Wil
liams was tho undortaker in
ohargo. Thoro was a largo atten
dance and mauy floral pieces woro
contributed. Tho pall-bearers
were: Tlios. Smith, J. J. Cardon,
Harry Baldwin, A. Hocking, C.
M. V. Forstor. Join. Nill T. r.
La Pierro and W. L. Eaton.
Payson Caldwell, first editor of
tho Hilo Tribune and a man who
made mnny friends in this city, is
iu Mauila. Mr. Onlriumll ia .,
nected with a largo English houso
in Manila. He pasBtd through
this city on bis way to tho land of
tho Filipino, about aix months
A rune CRrc crcm or tartar powom
Hlghwt Honors, World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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