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Vol: VI. No. U95.
HONOLULU, H. I., FKIDAY, APML 14, 1899.
Price 6 Cents.
LABOR YARN FROM TACOMA
EXCESSIVE DAMAGES 6IYEN
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
THE CHARITY ASSOCIATION
WILL OF A. L. D'OLIYEIM
TROOPS ARE NOW RESTING
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Tacoma, April G. Private ad--vicos
recoived yesterday from
Honolulu otato that a Boorot raovo
inout is under way in Hawaii to
flood (he island with Portuguese
laborers from the Azores Islands.
Thoro will bo from 5,000 to 10,
000 imported as soon as arrange
ments can bo comploted, unless
tho plan is forestalled. They will
robablvr bo broucht by Itnlinn
warships by way of Capo Horn,
but it possible that they will
oomo overland' by way of Taco
ma if shins cair be found to carry
them. This entorpriso it the
result of tho approach of the ex
clusion of Japanese by -lid Unit
ed States contract labor laws.
Seorooy has beon observed to
prevent opposition on tho ground
that it is a sohomo to evado the
contract labor daws. The Portu
guoso will probably bo imported
bb freo imraiuraots.
Harbor Ooamliilonen Meat
A meeting of tho Board of offi
cers or Commissioners composed
of Major W. O. Laugfitt, F. J. H.
Rlokon and Oaptain H. A. Spring
ett of the Engineer Oorps, ap
pointed to establish harbor linos,
bevond wbioh no wharvoi can bo
built, is boinc held in tho Pro
cross block this aftornoon. Thoro
woro present to oiler suggestions
or interpoBO objections, the follow
ing: President Dole, Minister J.
A. King, W.E. Itowell, HJ M.
Whitney Jr.. Fred. Whitney, E.
Suhr, J. P. Cooko, J. A. Oilman,
F. M. Swanzy. C. L. Wight, F. M.
Hatch, B. P. Dillingham and O. H
Klueuel. The meeting iB still in
grogross as tho Bulletin goes to
The coal from tho Edward
O'Brien is slowly being washed
into shallow water by tlio waves
and natives and JnpanoRO aro out
in larco nurnbors every day, bring
ing in what they can find. Thoy
have given up fidhing for tho timo
being as tho coal btuinoss-spayB
By the "Australia:"
Asparagus and, Celery;
Fancy Navel Oranges,
Lemons and Apples;
Frozen Oysters and Fish,
And Refrigerated Poultry ;
Smoked Halibut and Salmon;
Salami 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
Justice Whiting-Bitting with
Chief- Justice Judd ana Cooil
Brown, in place of JuBtico Froar,
absent is author of a unanimous
opinion of the Supremo Court in
tho case of Eaupona Kaumana vs.
J. H. Kaumauu. ThiB is a crbo
that has excited great.interost.
Plaintiff is tho wifo of anativo
proacher'and hor respoctability is
of the' hichpflt. To this tho trial
judge testifies in his decision. She
was arrested as a kahuna, or witch
doctor, by defendant, who is a
common policeman of Kohala.
Ho obtod undor orders of J. K.
Nnhalo, the doputy sheriff. Tho
ivoman was lookoi up in jail for a
night, not having $200 bail, and
on her trial was discharged, Thoro
was not a particle of ovidonco
against her. She brought an ao
tion for malicious prosecution,
and n jury at Honolulu awarded
her $201)0 damages. A now trial
was granted by the Circnit Court
trial judgo on tho ground of ex
cossivo damages, and tho new trial
was limited to tho solo issuo of
the quantum of damages. Both
plaintiff and defendant appealed
tho former against tho now trial
and tho latter against its limita
tion to tho matter of damages.
Tho Supremo Court affirms the
ordor for a new trial, but decides
that tho special phases of tho case
requiro that buou new trial be had
without restricting the issues. O.
Groighton for plaintiff; E. P. Dole,
Kinnoy, Ballou McOlanahan for
Attorney Qohoral Coopor being
engaged in tho District Court,
thoro was no meeting of the Exe
cutive Council this morning. Pre
sident Dole said at noon that no
docision had beon reached in tho
matter of immigration.
Executivo Olficer O. B. JRoyn
olds will co to Molokai in the
Lohua tonight. Twelve people
fron Kalibi aro to bo sent over in
uio samo wip.
No More-Salary Raises Hor Applications
Several Applicants for Prlcclpalsblp ct New
Berctanla Street School Palama
At tho regular meeting of tbo
Ministor and Commissioners of
Public Instruction yeBtorday woio
preeont: Minister Mott-Smith nnd
Commissioners W. D. Aloxandor,
Mrs. E. W. Jordan, J. Q. Wood
and Walter Maxwell. Tins was
tbo first appearance of Dr. Max-
woll nt the board.
A resolution was adopted, that
no salaries shall bo raised nntil
the next appropriation by tbo
Legislature for any cauBO whatso
over not oven in tho sobedule,
which is suspended until said ap
propriation bo mado.
Inspeotor Qenoral Townsend
reported that ho had been unnble
to do anything as yot regarding
tho vacancies in the Koolau
school, Kauai, and tho flaou
sohool, Maui. Also, that, to pro
vide for childron awaiting
school accommodation, ho hod
placod Miss Daisy Lishman
and Mies Emma Ai in chargo of
tho two rooms tocontly vacated by
Uho Practise Sohool in tho Royal
Sobool promises. It was ordered
to continuo this arrangement tem
Tue board agreed with tbo In
spector General that tho place va
cated by Miss May Weight in tbo
Uonokaa school might remain un
filled for tho prosont without seri
ous detriment to the school.
Tho Minister stated that the
contractor would bo out of the
Palama building next Monday,
and school will bogin thoro on the
following Monday. Ho oxplainod
the necessity for enlarging tho
yard or the new school be
taking Bpacofrom 'tho 'I'S?
form school grounds. Also,
he mado a statement re
garding oartain appropriations for
current expenses of tho depart
ment, and of negotiations in pro
gress for Beouring additional yard
room tor the Fort Btreot school.
The following matters were
committed for report at a futuro
Application of Miss Lizzio
Graco for tranefor from Maomao
sohool to Kalihineaena.
Application of Miss Cora Hon
negban, prinoipal of Maomao
Bohool, for principalship of now
Beretania street echnol.
Application Mr. Cvmor Abbott,
principal of Lxhainaluna somi
nary, for principalship of now
Boretania street school.
Application of Mr. J. Yincente,
of Honokaa, to be trauaforrod
back to his former po
sition at Ilanapopo, Eauai.
Application of Miss Mary S.
Bruco of .Seattle, Wash., for a
place in Kaluaaba school, Molo
kai, of wbioh hor sistor Augusta
Lotter from North Kohala
school agent on mat weaving in
Halawa and other schools of tho
Application of Mis. Cato How-
land Phillips for throe mouths'
loavo of absence
Application of Miss Alios E.
Mudgo, of Kamehamoba prepara
tory school, for a position as
Application of Prince L. Toplo
for a position as teaoher.
Application of J. Ligbtfoot for
priucipalship of new Boretania
Leong Tai was arrested at Wai
alua by Deputy Sheriff Andrew
Cox today, charge being unlawful
possession of opium. About a
fortnight ago Ah Chu of Wnialua
was arrosted ou this samo chargo.
He was acquitted. Further in
vestigation led to tho arrost ot
, Judgo Stanley and H. A, Mott
Smith are building dwelling
housoB on tho Fort street exten
Fall Meeting of the Promoters and
Good Progress Hade.
Draft of Constitution Is Adopted In Principle
"The Associated Charities of Hawaii"
Plan of Organization.
Associated Charities in Hono
lulu would appoar to bo an as
sured accomplishment. At tho
adjourned meeting of tho pro
moters yesterday afternoon, thoro
was a full altondanco and the
bpsiness was materially advanced.
' President Dole presided in the
bsonco of Goorgo B. Carter,
chairman of tho temporary or
ganization. Professor Thoo. 0.
Richards acted as secretary dur
ing the dotention of W. W. Hall,
who has performed tbo duties
from tho start.
Bov. Alox. Mackintosh pre
sented a roport from tho com
mitteo to prepare a draft of con
stitution for tho organization.
Although in the much, it was
approved as to principles. Slight
amendments wtro mado and the
draft was referred back to tho
committeo for verbal revision.
Another meoting was ordorod
for two wooks from yesterday,
which will bo Thursday tho 27th
inst. Delogates tiro to bo invited
from churches and all beneficial
sooieties, all of whom should bo
furnished with credentials.
"Iho Associated Charities of
Hawaii is the proposed name of
tho normanont organization. It
will havo an executivo of unpaid
officers, and a paid manager, with
assistants if necessary, who is to
have regular office hours. The
organization will be constituted
of representatives of the societies
associated and individual contri
butors of not less than five dollars
a year to tbo treasury.
A registry of applicants for re
lief is to be kept at the. office. of
the association. All applications
for relief to component sooioties
are to bo roferrod to tho central
organization. An appeal may bo
made from tho manager to tho
exeoutivo. Questions of religion,
politics or raco aro inadmissible
Mr. Hall, iu answer to a re
porter this morning said that tho
charitiss of other towns woro not
intondod to bo ombraced, but if
Hilo and Wailuku and othor isl
and conters should organize thoir
own charities, he had no doubt
tbat affiliation with the organiza
tion at tho capital could bo effoct
od. It would bo useful in han
dling cases going from ono island
Torpedo Unat Honicr.
Falmouth, England, April 5.
Tho United Statos torpedo boat,
Somora, which was bought at Eb-
liug, West Prussia, in March of
last year, and which nearly drown
od two Aniericau crews in an effort
to cross the Atlantic just before
war was declared with Spain, was
towed to Plymouth this aftoruoon,
preparatory to boing shippod to
the Uuited States iu a vessel that
will loavo on April 10.
Two fino lots for salo near tho
reservoir, Pearl city. Seo Want
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.
Wife and Godson Well Provided For Bequests
to Religion and Education Honey
Tho Jate Antonio Livoira d'Oli
voira oxeenled his last will and
testamont on February 13, 1899,
in presence of Judgo Antonio
Porry and J. A. Thompson.
Samuol M. Damon is nominat
ed as executor, and tho bequests
aro as follows:
To his wifo Rosa, the Popular
Houeo premises in tort etroet;
also tho dwelling houeo and lot at
Puunui for hor life. After hor
death this property goes to his
godson, Antonio It. Phillips, for
life, and then to tho Catholic
To bis godson Phillips tbo
lands, tenements and borcdita
monts at Puunui, other than tho
dwelling house and lot, for his
ufo and afterward to tbo Catholic
Mission. Tho godson ia also
To the church of Saint Antonio,
Lisbon, Portugal, $1000. J .
To Saint Louis College, S500.
To Convont of Sisters of tho
Sacred Hearts, $500.
To tho Oatholio MiBeion, S500.
To the Bonior resident Oatholio
priest at Molokai, $300 to bo used
by him entiroly at his discretion
for the benefit of lopors.
To tho rosident Catholic bister
at Kalihi, $200 to bo used at her
discretion for thobonofitof lepers.
To his sister, Uonstauaia Jjauri
anna, Oantazallo, Brazil, $200, ami
if sho do not survivo, to her chil
dren. To the children of his dead
brother, Manool O. Moraos, Bra
To tho son of his dead sister,
Maria Lanrjanno, Azores, $200.
All tho rest and residue of Iiib
estato to his wifo absolutely, in
liou of any claim to dower.
Tho case of tho six Kabuku
JapaneBO chargod with murder in'
the first degroo was contiuuod in
tho Police Court this morning.
Tho prosecution has put on lunas
and Dr. Hubert Wood as wit
nesses. E. Worthington, ono of
tho lunas, testified to seeing the
defendants. Ihara was" aeon go
ing away from tho Japanese camp
after tho fighr. Ho had a bundle
of clothoB under his arm and,
when spoken to, denied having
been in the fight. Indeod, tho
man showed no signs of having
beon in a fight. Tho case will be
a vory long one and will pontinue
throughout tho day and tomorrow.
There is a long string of wit
nesses. Among the interestod people at
the trial was Katsunuma, who sat
by tbo Bide of tho attorney for tho
defendants, and Goo Kim. J.
Walter -Tones took tbo plaoo of
Mr. Case as stenographer.
New England Dktrjrnd Cnndy Co.
It is not generally koown to the
trade that the Now England Steam
Baking and Candy Co., Hotel
street, aro able to manufacture all
tho candies used on these Islauds,
supplying them frerh and in any
quantity desired and at a groat
saving over San Franoisco prices,
doing away with freight ouarges
and custom duties, etc They
have just received an order from a
largo wholesalo house boro for
about two tons of caudy of whiuh
75 pails is boss mixed ra dy
Tho balanco covers stiok oml),
broken stick, ohocolato i-ienui
drops, gum drops, peppormmt,
wintorgreon and conversation
lozonges, acidulated fruit drups,
etc Mr. Luttod tho m mer
takes pleasuro in showing "a-upleB
and quoting prices to tl. whole
sale trade and guarantoo tu'sup-
fily same quality of goods if. .1 nt
owor prices than can bo pu'.cluu
Col. Smith Writes of Slight Trouble on the Isl
and ol Ncgros As a Whole, Condi
tions Improving Steadily.
Maniln, April 0. (G:15) Col.
Smith, governor of tho Island of
Negros, reports that a number of
baudits, headed by a man named
Papaiesio, attempted rebellion on
Maroh 27th, and killed several
officials of Jutnamnyltt. Papaia
sio captured othor officials and
issued a proclamation calling up
on the unlives to rise turn ex
terminate tho Americans and
Spanish. Major Sinio ami two
companies of tho California regi
ment wero despntchod to tho
scene of tho disturbance by water
and Col. Duboc, and two other
compituies ot troops wero sent
overland. On April 2nd, those
forces marohed twelve miloa and
captured Labziu, tin headquarters
of tho bandits, and destroyed tbo
town. The troops also captured
thirty-five prisoners, and ecnttored
Papaissio's forcev, Uiub eitecU
ally quelling tho rebellion at the
Manila, April G. (6:30 p. m.)
Thoro lia been a week's respite of
hoitilitios, chioily iu ordor to
allow Filipinos to digest tho
proclamation of the United States
Advices recoived from Samen,
Islaud of Forming, Buy tbo revo
lutionists there are weary. Their
leader, Gon. Luk Bah, nf Chincso
aucebtom, ha desettcd, with
funds, nnd tho inhabitants aro de
sirous for United Slides rule.
Plllpln" THTil liombariled.
Manila, April 0. 10:45 a. m.
Tho United States cruisor, Chir
loston, which has been cruising
along the w'ist coast of Luzon to
tbo north, sent a boat in shore
near Dagupan, last Saturday, to
mak sounding. The rubols open
ed fire, wouuding an United States
oflicor. Tho eruitr thereupon
bombarded tho town, ihn inaur'g
eniS evacuating it.
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lla.ki't flail CllCnt.
Thero was any amount of enlhu
Hiasm at tho basket bill contests
iu the Y. M. 0. A uymuasiura
last evening. A large crowd was
out to see the Hport. Tho match
between tho Bushiest Mou and
Honolului was the best of tho
evening. Tho former won by a
scoro of 12 to S. Tho latter had
the best of it in tho first half and
there woro many who thought
thoy would win out but the Busi
ness Mon pulled themselves to
gether, mado a stand and bested
their opponents. Tho Boa k
Bidors did not turn up bo tho
game they wero to hnvo played
agniust the Dinmoud Head teiira
wont to tho latlor Dy dofault. Tho
Business Men aro uow iu tho lead
with throe games to their crcdif
The Diamond Hoad team cornea
next with two games.
Tho Hawaiiau Investment and
Safe DepoMl Company is having
regular bank counters with brouze
scroeus put into its place of busi
ness. a rune grafc cncAM or tartar powotn
Highest Honors, World's Fair
dold Mcdnl, Alldwlnter Fair
Amlri Ilul.lnu roivcleni cnnlulnlnj
alum. Iliey ure Iiijurlnu. to health
lor Filipinos to
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