Newspaper Page Text
' "W"njppETpF i
'X"(j(ir"""il ' ""' "'"""" h
gjjgBSg Bishop & Co. Received by the Gaelic a Quarter of a Million of Gold Coin&g&t&:g:
A WANT AD.
In the Bulletin will
O? the Country . . .
Largest Circulation, Largest Patronage The Progressive Bulletin.
Vol. VI. No. 1237.
ORGANIZE FOR iiEMOLENCE
Pursuant to n call issued by liis
lordship the Bishop of Pnnopolis,
'.nhmu 100 Cntholica mot i.t the
Mission nt 7:30 p. m. yoaterduy.
His lordship staled that it was
' his wiai thnt a Cotholia benevo
lent society bo formed, and that it
hhnuhl bo composed of prnctical
CHtholics of tho city, without ro
patd to nice, nationality or color.
The objocts of tho sooioty should
First, to help members when iu
need, imtl, secondly, to help other
persona, ns fnr hb poBsible, when
Monthly fees or dues of, say,
fifty couts each should be hhroh-wI,
and mouthly meetiugs hold. For
tho present tho Bociety might moet
in that hall or iu tho parlors of
Ui'b lordship having called for
expressions of opiuion, remarks
were made by Messrs. A. 8. Hum
phreys, A. 6. Murphy, Judge A.
Pirry, J. W. McDonald, William
1'. Eivitig and J. F. Eokardt, all
of whom stated that they wero
bearlily in accord with tho move
ment nnd promised to do every
thing in their power to make it a
Un motion of Mr. Humphroys,
seconded by J. Mcluerny, it was
decided to havo a uommitteo to
draft constitution and by laws,
nad tho followiug were appointod:
A. H. Humphreys, chairman; J.
V. Eukardr, A. E. Murphy, W. F.
Erving, Frnncis J. Berry, M. A.
Gonsalvea r.nd Alfrod Roan.
Tho Bishop thanked the gentle
men present for their attendance
and stated that tho nest meeting
would bo called iib soon as tho
committee on constitution were
ready to report. Adjourned.
There will be no more tennis
for some tim now as tho boys
have had their fill for the present.
It is probable, however, that au
informal touruamont will ho held
in tint near future to kp up tho
iutorest in the game.
Messrs. .J. T. Waterhouse de
?:.ipe to notify their customers
and correspondents that on June
i-st, 1899, their Grocery and Pro
-sion business was absorbed
a :nd taken over by Henry May &
Co., Ltd., and the hardware assd
Crockery departments by the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
As our Messrs. Waterhouse
will continue to be identified with
the Corporations named, we def
sire, in thanking the public and
our patrons for past favors, to
request a continuance of their
ood will to the Corporations
t usceeding us, and of which we
1 he Grocery and Provision
t uiness will be continued at our
pre ent stand, Bethel street, and
the 'ardware andCrockery stock
w? H-e moved to the stores of
the 3cific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Bet' : - J street. (Signed),
,J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dated Honolulu, May 29th, 1899.
k RnltH for ItnplU Transit. (2
u An orJcr goes forward in the g
S Doric's mall for fifteen miles of R
w - . -- w-.-
Suuiiis ill. ill lur II11CCI1 IHIIC5 01 O
steel rails for the Honolulu Rapid ft
Transit and Land Company's dec- b
trie street railway system. k
K ftlanager C.G. Bnllentyne secured k
an option on rails, while In the
il States last fall, whereby the com S
ft pany saves thirty thousand dollars ft
n In that Item, the prices of Iron nnd ft
a steel having taken a prodigious rise b
kg lately. Ground will not be broken k
k fnr Ml.. tr.-li"1c until 111 mile nrrliA Ll
Si '" - " "'
ij as the company does not desire to fl
ft tear up the streets before It Is ft
ft necessary. ft
A Y. II. C. A. Good Time-
The Y. M. 0. A. will hold a
men's reception to members
nnd their friends next Thursday
evening nt 7:30. A fino program
will bo reudored. Sevoral musi
cal numbers will be given nnd
thero will also bo eorao exhibition
work by members of tho gymna
sium. Mr. Maurice Wnlton into
of the Waldorf Co. and a finished
elocutionist hns consented to give
a selection or two. Refreshments
will bo Borved nnd a fino timo is
assured. All young men are cor
dially invited to bo present.
An Hiprn.lro Clmln.
Sorensnn & Lyln have on board
tho ship George W. Curtis n now
hauling chain for tho marine rail
way. It cnmeB from New York
and coats nbout four thousand
dollars. With Bomo noce6snry
repairs to be made in tho cradle
bottom and track-), tho ways will
bo restored to the full enpaaity
they had when new. Tho firm
has entered upon a seemd fifteen
yehr lease of the marine i nil way
from tho Hawaiian iGxy,e,rjjniout.
Tharo was nn excellent rrhenrs
nl of the Amateur Orcho'trn in
tho Y. M 0. A. last evening. Tho
memberd was out in force. Next
Tuesday evening tho rehenrsal
will be nt tho homo of T. May on
HONOLULU, H. I., PltlDAY, JUNE 2, 1899.
HILO- HONOLULU RAILWAY
Refuses to Gract
Reason GEren for Action W. 0. Smith
Represents promoters r- Asks for Mora
Time Koad anu7 6fcJ Matters.
At r mroltng of the Crtbinot this
morning there was n full attend
ance of tho Ministers. The matter
of greatest importance was tho
Uilo-ilonolulu Hallway which was
taken up before any other busi
ueps. Attorney W. O. Smith,
representing tho railroad people,
Minister Damon said ho wonld
recommend tho mnkiug of tho
contract applied for by tho com
pany. W.O. Smith said that if tho
President was not ready to give
his Consent nt that timn Ilia r-liuntn
would pray that tho matter be left
in abeyance to givo them a chanco
to givo further ovidonco of their
good fnith and ability in the mat
Attornev Gonornl Conner fnvnr.
od the granting of tho contract,
and Miuistor Mott-Smith opposed
Tho President than deniderf
ncainat granting tho contract,
stating tnat it was not tho ques
tion of good faith or financial
ability that was at iasue. His
opinion -was based on other
grounds which ho Bummed up as
President Dolo in his official
statement of tho rofusal to grant
tho charter reviews the applica
tions nnd enys:
" Tho conditions of construe
tion as to time, suggested iu the
papers of tho latest application,
wero tnoro favornhlo to tho public
than those agreed upon with the
first company. Upon this ground,
maiuly, tho applicants strenuous!
urgo that their application be
" Noitbor company offers finsn
cial Guarantees other than forfeit
ures under tboir charters.
"From tho information furnish
ed by the promoters of tho pro
posed second company and from
tho arguments of their cnunBol,
tho impression is produced thnt
they do not contom plate tho pro
bubility of two rivHl roads through
tho districts moutioned, butrathor
that they mny first occupy the
ground and thereby dinconrnge
and porhapj defent the project of
tho earlier company.
"GriiVn doubtrt eint iu my mind
as to the puhlic utility of now
trnncuiBO uuilor the oir!ums!nuces.
lho objection are its follows:
"The gmiit of oun franchise
with authority u dor tho lnw tn
summarily acquire private lands
tor the U'O nt tlie 1'iie is a serious
prrjadico and inconvenience to
nrivutn bind bidders, but m inUi.
tied by lho beuetit which accrues
to tue pulilic rroni the construe
tion nnd operation of a railway
for carrjing freight and pu-sen
gers. liut tho added incnuven
ionce which the construttion of
two lines thiongh the looility
would involve, does not appear to
he iii'tified on tho urnund nf tlw
beuefits conferred by their con
Tho Hilo llailioid Company
has beeu iu cxistouco less than
seven weeks nnd iu that timo has
by its prompt and vigorous initia
tion of the work under ita fran
chise, given overy evidenco of
good faith. Its charter members
oojoy tho confidence of tho public
nnd include men of exporiouco in
tho promotion and management
of similar enterprises in
thoflo islands. To grant a
new franchise over a part of tbo
route for which it has obtained n
frunchiso and has entered iuto an
agreement with the government to
construct and operate a railroad,
so soon after tho date of its chart
or, without any hint of suspicion
negliaenco or delay on its part,
would savor of a want of fair treat
mont of this company by tho gov
" Tho failuroof tho second com
pany to havo thoir proposition be
fore lho government previous to
its nccoplnuco of tho proposition
of the first company, was their
misfortune. Cortainly the oppor
tunity of considering both pro
jects nt tho tnmn timn wmihl
havo been most valuable:
but tho proposition, thnt after
carefully and deliberately nego
tiaiinu n contract with a compauy
to build a railroad throuh a
specified locnlity, the government
Bliould immediately use its dis
cretion to embarrass such en
lorprho and put ob&tncloa in
the wiy of its success, doea
not appear to mo to bo in tho line
of tho public iuterests.
Upon these LTOUIuIr T denlinn
to consent to the proposed agree
ment. bANKojiD is. Dole.
Juno 2, 1809.
Ill OXnlainimr tlin nnitiinna nt
the various Cabinet Ministers in
the matter of tho Hilo-Honolulu
Railway, President Dolo stated
tliHt this was ono of tho tilings
which was left to his discretion.
Ilequests from Kohala iu regard
to road work camn up for discus
sion. Mr. Howell's reDort in the
matter was rend. This nlmwr-d
that tho necessary roads provided
for in tho Appropriation Bill
were about to be started and that
tho repairs asked for wero not
nece8nry. By way of explaining
this tho KnwaiiAo road was men
tioned. The old road would soon
bo dono awav with and tho now
Pullet. C'lurt Nat..
In tlin Pillina Pntlrt (Ilia fnrn-
noou the following cases wero (lis-
poseu or: ivaaen, running Hua
Hinn War gamo, S30 nnd coats;
Ah Snu furious and heoiless driv
iug, S10 and costs; Ed. Greta,
larceny in tho aec nd denroe, six
Hionlhe ia th'e K'eform Sfhool; J.
Poepoe, running ltussiau War
tame, 823 nnd costa. In rogard
to the Orota case, it will bo re
mem berod that tho boy wn) up on
lho same charge a few days ago.
The father stated at tho timo that
his sou was about to leave for the
States with his mother. It seems
that this did not come about and
the boy got into trouble again.
Orela seems to havo a mania for
I!"liotnk Dili Not I.a.l.
Bobolink wasn't in it for n mo
ment with Sympathetic Latt at
Kapiolani Park truck yosterday
afternoon. lie cut up all kinds
of pranks and did not run iu any
kind of shape. Sympithetio's
Last enmo homo in easy shape
with Bobolink a whole eighth of a
mile behiud. Thero wero of
conrso a number of disappointed
people nlong tho foncjs at the
i rack. Tho timo made by the
winning horse was 1:18!,'.
It is n well kuowu fact that
Bobolink has not b..en iu good
simps for Botno timo past. Only n
few days ago h w.is very lame
when taken out for a walk.
I'hU Dnlmllnir Society.
On Juno li will occur the fort
nightly meeting of tho new debat
ing club, formed at the Y. M. O.
A. Tie mljct for debate at that
time will bo "Shall Wo Cremate
Our Deaiiy" Besides tho dolmtu
will bo a monologue, a recitation,
a song or duet, a speech and a
mandolin foId. Two weeks after
this meeting tho club will have a
parliamentary iiebuto on parlia
llm debating club h flourish
ing. Tliere nro twenty-fivo mem
bers nt the preseut time nnd at the
next meeting thero will bo several
more applications for membership
to be presented.
Henry Knlliu.x. Or.r Porln Itlco,
Washington, May 25. General
Guy V. Henry, who has just been
suoprseded ns Governor General
of Porto Rico by Geuoral Davis,
called on tho President today to
pay hia rospects. General Henry
talka enthusiastically of the isl
and. He believeB it has a pros
perous futuro and that the people
will evoutually mnko good citi
zens, - mm m m
Rapid trauait to the Volcano
Take the car, drop off at the Or
pheum. Madarao Pelonwaits you.
PHYSICIANS AT BANQUET
Closing Incident of the Association's
Paul Neumann Enlisted as Toaslmasler Dr.
C. B. Cooper Ite New President Speaks
Pleasant Evening Passed.
The annual Ressinn of tlin FTn.
waiiiin Medical Association wound
up last evening with a hmmuet. nt
the Pacific cluh. Tho table was
laid in tho spacious ditjiiiL- room
of the club nnd was taitofnly
decorated for the occasion. Dr.
C. B. Cooper, tho now president
of tho Association, uresided with
Hon. Paul Neumnnn who nntd na
toastraaster on his left and Attor
ney Ueuernl Coonor on hie rieht.
Other seated about tbo board
where Dr. O. B. Wnnd. W. O
Smith, Dr. Lnncr ot the Philadel
phia, burgeon Major Wood and
Dr. Ynel of the Array, Dr. F.
Hownrd Humphris, Minister A. E.
Mott-Hmitu, JJr. Li. H Alvarez,
Dr. Hoffman. Dr. Camnhell. Dr.
0. L. Garvin, Dr. N. B. Emerson,
Dr. H. W. Howard. Dr. F. It.
Day, Dr. Posey, E 1. Towso of the
Auvertisor anu a representative of
Oprning the postprandial exor
cises Dr. Humnhns introduced
Mr. Neumann who nnrfnrmml tlin
duties of hia special office in the
medical fraternity with this usual
grRcatfud finish. Attorney Gen
eral Uooper spoke of the grandeur
or cuaraoterot William fllcrou'ey.
During tho trials of w.ir be had
over remained Bteadfast in nur
pose, true to tlin groat trust plucid
in him by tho people and pnver
ful iu tli-i administration nf the
nations nnsiness. ilnwnu was
under tho deepoit personal ohli
Kntioim to Piesideut McKinley.
In the annexation cammiDii
tho President had takon a person
al interest iu these islands nud the
welfare of its people nud we could
re-t assured that while Willium
McKiuloy held tho biuheBt olliee
of tho laud Hawaii would nnvxr
want for recognition in adminis
Minister of Foroign Affairs Molt
Smith spoke for President Dole
and Cabinet nud tho ex-Ministers
Former Attorney Geuernl Smith
followed him with eloquent refer-eno-
to the work of the physicians
in Hawaii, closing with nn Bppre
oiativo tribute to the personality
of the President of tho Republic.
Ro-ponding for tho Army Surgeon
Major Wood made one ot the neat
i st speeches of tho ovouing, touch
ing slightly upon his experiences
before Hautino and making pleas
ant reference to bis relations with
the officials, the ppople nnd the
physicians of the territory. Surg
eon Lung spoko for tho navy re
calling tho especial pleasure with
which all American otlicorH in the
navy receivod ordeis placing them
in Hawaiian ports.
Tho ploiEautries nud serioni
sides of tho medical fraternity'
lif was set forlh very ablv bv Dr
F. R. Day. Tho physiuiau was
otten chiioi upon to perform tin
unties or tue lawyer ami tho par
boii. His was a study of human
nature ns well na human ill-'. Dr.
Emerson Bpoakiug for tho Pioueer
members of tho association rxfur
red to the ups and downs of asso
ciations iu the past and expressed
gratification that tho fraternity
was now working in unison im
Dr. 0. B. Cooper, tho new pre
sident responded for tho associa
tion. "I havo to again thank you for
tho honor conferred iu oleoting
mo prosidont of the association for
the ensuing year, and I appreciate
it as tho highest honor that cau
bo conferred by tho medical fra
ternity nnd trust that I shall have
a realizing souse of the obliga
tions nud responsibilities of the
ollico to both tho profession and
tho public As embodied in our
constitution "this society will de
volo itself to' soiontifio iuvestigH
tion, tho consideration nf ques
tions pertaining to tho public
PmoB 5 Cents.
heidih, tho i.U-dntueiit of higher
educational and moral stnudnidi
of tho profession, and to tho ad
vancement nn 1 maintenance of
other professional iuterehta."
"Our Association was organized
in lb!)5, nnd mnco that period the
Hnnual featherings havo been well
atteudid nnd fraucht with a grea
deal of interest. The pnp rs and
discussions hnvo beeu most credi
tablo mid iiiphuplivn. n.,r r,nn
society bus had its ups nud down?,
puicipaiiy downs from waning
interest, personal dis-ontious and
perhaps putty jenlouiics
Ab tho AHHOCilltlllll iutnutnrf m,4
afresh by liavini; tnontlily meet
nigs, let us ctiiv.t to bring tho
Htaii(li;;i' nf tho tirnf.uirin nn in
such a s cientilic point as to compel
uiu ruspeci ruin cnntHteucn of tho
entire coin muni I v. f unnM nlan
add that if the coileof ethics, which
we protess to follow, were lived up
to more closely, there Would bo
less uiciiou nun ill-feeling among
its mombers and m n liiirinnninn.
whole the profession would mnko
itself felt as it ehoul.l Im. ., .,
in theso islands.
"HlO medicHl Snniplv ia H.. r.r.
per place to adjust all wrongs and
imaginary grievances nud discip
line Should 1)0 n emir nf Inrm.
to those who attempt to besmirch
one of the noblest of callings.
xi is pleading to eeo tho cordi
nlily existing between the members
both old Hud new, and should tho
unlden rule bu stritlv nilli.wn.1
'do uuto others hb you would havo
mum no unto you' (nnd not aa it
too often the cao Mo nilmran.
they will do you') there is no rea
son wuy uiis c nliul reKtiou can
not ho maiutainrd."
Ihe new nienihora wnm ri.v
souted by Dr. Posey nnd Dr. Yuel.
a uuiiLtriN lepresontativo said a
low words for the prres. Dr. 0.
Li. Unrvin olloieil n brilliant trib
ute to the b.dies. El. Tohbo of
tho Advertiser speaking for tho
prosperity of Hnunu main h very
happy ro pinso. Dr. C. B. Wood
proposed tho henltli of the toast
master to which Mr. Neumann
le-pumled with his evor ready
wit. After a few remarks from
W. O Smith and Dr. L. F. Alva
rez tho soision cIohwI. It wn
very pleasant Lathering and much
credit is duo Dre. HumnhriH nnil
Hownrd tho oammitteo of arranco
MattorH nro remarkably quioi
in tho vicinity of the RoiBtratioa
Board and tho clerks have a
siuecure.Iuvestigalion by the Bur.
LUriN bringrt out the fact thnt
puoploure not regi(.t..ring because
of tho now, or "double barrel"
oath prescribed by the Executive
Couucil. At a meeting of the
lenders of die Portuguese Colony
held biBt night it was determined
that none Hhnuld register nnd a
commiltio was appointed to notify
die ineniborri of the colony rosident
on tho uthr Islnnds to lhat effect.
0'illiu- Olll o' KiiirrM llu.lllr...
Rudolph Diiuciiu, who Ins b.en
connected with the Union Etpreea
Co. for thopist year, will ntira
fioin that company tomorrow, ha
having deciiled to go into another
business. Mr. Duncan has drum
well at tho express hii-inos niitl
has aluays given the vory best of
Huti-faction to all hip pntroos.
Purefit, coldest nud host soda
wn er at Honolulu Drug Coa
a rune cn.PL crcam or taktah rowoca
Highest Honors, World's Fal
Oold Medal, Alidwinter Fair
Aynlil llil.lm: I'nuilcru ronlnl.ilnr
lum. lliejr ura lujurlou. to Uralth