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PROSPERITY BRINGERS BULLETIN ADS.
Business springs from
Just k fruit springs
From the ground.
The richer the ground
The bigger the Jrult.
Your l.UHlncRS will move
Along like (i Jerltn,
Unless you keep up a
Sternly Push tilt
THE BULLETIN IS THE ONE OASIS IN THE SAHARA OF NEWSPAPERDOM
IN THESE ISLANDS.
Vol. VI. No. Ii42.
HONOLULU, 1). IM THTJKSDAY, JUNE S, 1899.
PltlOK 5 Oknts.
HEBREW HOUSE OF WORSHIP
The visit of Rabbi Levy to Ho
no u lu is an epoch in tbo history
nf lli.t .IaumrIi i-nlnnv. While not
great in number tbo memborB of I J
tho.au, liayenuu .exeroisn potent ig
iullum.ee iU btt. I"" ndBooml ,
P. ... - ...M
circles ijiiriut! uie uiisi i.wo u'ljb ,o
.1.1. i...Q !,.. A.,.ut !. 3
there has beeu n coustant atte
dance on tlinir part on Hal
Ljvy and on his suggestion it wns
eletetmiaed to establish n pormau
ont p'aio of worship, to bo known
The Rev. Mr. Kincail lnrn
iug of this called upon Mr. Lvy
nuil t -odered In in ttio mi of Odii
ttal Union Ohnrob. Tbo initial
meeting will bo Sunday, Jut)-
251b. Mr. Levy stat'il last oy n
ing that be his not yet decided
upon the subject of his address.
However, as no is an ablo and
forcible Hpenkr, it id fair to pie
eume that those wk ) attend will
havo an intellectual and instruc
Glovo Coll Int.
Quito a number of iicqaintuncPB
of Martin Denny, champion light
weight of Australia, assembled at
Long liinuoh last night to witnoas
bis six round friendly sparring
match with Alex. Hauson, a local
amateur, 'f ho latter is much the
taller and heavior man but, nevor
tbo less, Denny contrived to keep
Hanson busy Hnd a lively and in
teresting exhibition was the re
sult TbrfO looil couples did a
turn; after which tho audience
quietly returnid to town.
Illi Arm UroU'n.
Thomas Gay is iiiiib ng bis left
nrm in a nliug. It was bis mis
fortune to havrt tho arm hoken by
a horso falling ou him. Mr. Gay,
in finite of his yeus, takes the ac
cident to ho.trt wotnt beoiuso he
can't pity cricket with the boys.
Harry Evans is Mill in Kauai
allondiuc to matters in connection
with the lino of schooners lo is
Bendi ig to llanaloi aud Kal Iwwai
from time to tune.
Messrs. J. T. Waterhouse de
sire to notify their customers
and correspondents that on June
1st, fiS9S, their Grocery and Pro
vision business was absorbed
and taken over by Henry May frew tho society !yWii.B:
" , a v ' "Goil is calling for men and
Co 0 Ltd., and the Hardware and wnuon who am wiiitofoiuv
- i . .. t--. .cv tliu Cross bearer nut into the
Crockery departments fry toe ,j,.ptiM ..t th. worid ...is-ry ami
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Ag our Messrs. Waterhouse
will continue to be identified with
f aq Corporations named, we de
r 1 riP
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our patrons top
i squest a continuance ot tneip
ood vill to the Coppopations
suc?.eedin us, and of which we
The Gpocepy and Ppovision
buf 'fess will be continued atoup
present stand, Bethel stpeet, and
t he 11Lj rdwape andCpockepy stock
vlll b moved to the stopes of
q PidzlVic Hapdwape Co., Ltd.,
Bethel Jtpeet. (Signed),
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dftcc! Honolulu, May 28th, 1899.
uiinu I'inniniion increase.
kj A specially called meeting of the
SDUJ1U Ui UllClltUS Ul IIIC V.lllU
Plantation was held this morning
at the Clumber of Commerce.
it was deeded to ncrease the
Sjwo.ooo and to g
P to the amount of S
IkJ fifSoo.ooo, one half to be Issued In
? fully paid up shares to all-present
, ... .
5i.2oo.ooo, one half to be
a snarenoiuers. i ne remaining ruoo,-
e ooo to be in assesaDie stock ana
the proceeds to be devoted to the
1 lmiliUntr nf Kvn nititltlnn.nl nnmn-
Ing plants which, whsi complete
will establish a power sufficient to
Irrigate 7000 acres.
V. M. C. A. Itvcrptlon.
Tho following program has
been arranged for the reenption to
the niombers of tho Y. M. 0. A
in the association hall this even
ing: Jubilee Song J J Archer and
Horizontal Bar Johnson, Clark
Quartette 0 A Elslon, Theo
Richards, H Mott-Smitb and J Q
Reading Maurice Walton, of
the Wm McVay' Company.
Mandolin aud Guitar 0 A
Elstou and Cbas Frazier.
Indian Club Swinging F 0
Quartette 0 A Elston, Theo
Richards, H Mott-Smitb, J Q
The ontortainment will bagin at
7 3) o'clock.
After the program there will bo
a giMieral mix up and good time
and tho young men will havo a
chance to moet each other, Bing
and enjoy themselves gjnerally.
All member aud malo fiiJii(ln are
cordially iuvited ani txpejted to
Sbe.nir J. II. Coney of Kauai
nnived in tbo Mikahala this fore
noon. Ke is up nu business aud
will remain for about a week or
A. -t-la. nnklI nnH
uiiv uunw auu
-v - -PcimrkMO 4-4-x
past Tavops, to
KOHAM WINS THE BANNER
Hawaiian Christian Endeavor Union
Holds Its Annual Convention.
Kawalabao Church Crowded Addresses
President Southwick and Others
Omcers for Ensuing Year.
The fourth annual convention
of tbo Hawaiian Cbrisliiti Endea
vor Uuiou was hold at Kauuialmo
church yesterday evening. The
organization is composed of all of
the Sfveulcou C. E. societies of
the llawai an I lands.
There was au iinmeoBO attend
aDce, filling tbo entire edifico. T.
S. Southuick, ptesidont, was in
the chair. Prof. A. I). Iugalls
wae organist for the occasion.
Aftor an organ prelude, Rev. E. S.
Timotoo op ned tboexotcises with
Miss Emma A. Ai, secretary,
read tho annual report, showing
new Hues of work carried out at
tbo suggestion of tho president.
Tbo seventeen societies have a
membership numbering five hun
dred. Special mention wad made
of thowork of three or four of the
President Soutbwiok stated that
greetings hud been roccived from
eoveral of tbo 0. E. minors of the
Tho banner for the best work
done duiing tbo year was tukou
from tbo Kawaiabno society by
the Kobala junior bouiity.
Rev. S. L Dosha nnuio the pre
sentation t-peet'h aud ihn bauuer
was recpived by Rov. Ktkuewa.
The quat let fang u uui, "For
Gliri-tt aud the Church," this title
jbeiig tbo- motto of the 0. E
PrHhidout Southwick dnlivorrd
nu address Ou behalf of I lie Union
be greeted the assembling with wel
Christian Endeavors WJro re
nowned for their great aud entliu
oiaitic conventions, and although
this was ouo of the smallest they
would take away with thorn a new
spirit, and a new purpnHe, aud n
new determination to live the sec
ond clause of their pledge, which
was to strive to do whatever tbo
Mattor would havo them to do
Meutiou wan made of tho three
aud a half million Eudeavors, and
although tho Hawaiian Union, on
iicjouut of ilivernity of colors and
aud nationalities, oduIi! not ac
complish many of tbo achieve
ments of other unious, but it was
a nucleus for that great iiillueiu'e
that should lluk thosn Miiall lel-
iuii nuuum iiuk uiuMi xiiiau iei-
and with the great Christian mi
ti m. He conolu bd au el .quem
idu to lay down their livs fir the
Mike ot saviiit' Iniin tiny. bball
wu no, na ChriBtian Eiideavoiern.
respnud 1 1 tins call with lovo tor
CbriHt and the Chureh?"
ltev. J. M. Lydigattv vico-prepi-dent
for tho Islan I of Kauai, do
liveicd nu adilrrss on "Sou ing
and Heaping," basing bis remarks
on the growth of tbo luutauu p Bt
in ,bP8j Mhui
After u chain of short prayers
by eevoral mombers of the, ltov.
W. M. Kinaid delivered tbo ad
dress of tho evening, ou "Uncon
lloll call of tbo societies was
followed by tho 0. ft. benediction,
"Mizpab," closing tho exorcises.
Tho otlicors for theensuiug yoar
1'rosidont Theo. Richards,
Vice PresidentB D. L. Naone,
S. L. Dosha, J. M. Lydgate, J. M.
Secretary and Treasuror Miss
Emma A. Ai.
Tbo meeting waa tho largest,
most eutbuHiastio and best con
ducted of any 0. E. convention
ever held in theso islands-.
Prof. Rolfo will lecturo at tho
Hiuh School tonight instead of
Friday night. Subject "Thoreau."
LABOR CONTRACTS HOLD.
The Supreme Court handed down a decision in the contract
labor case of the Hononut Sugar Co. vs. Sayewig and N. Gze
luch. The opinion was signed by Chisf Justice Judd, Justice
Whiting and Judge Perry, sitting in place of Justice Frear.
The Court says: " Actions under the Masters and Servants
Act are civil actions and should be so entitled.
" Certain provisions of the Constitution of the United States
are not in force in Hawaii during the present transition period
to wit: Amendments V, VI, VII, VIII and XIII and Article III
Section 2. See decisions in Peacock & Co. vs. Republic of Ha
waii and Republic of Hawaii vs. Edwards."
The defendants appealed from the decision of the District Ma
gistrate of South Hilo on points,of law the points being "that
the proceedings arrest, trial and judgment are contrary to the
Constitution of the United States and that sections 1384 and
1 385 (Penal Laws of Hawaii) under which these proceedings are
bad are contrary to the Constitution of the United States.
The appeals are dismissed and judgment affirmed.
KONA LABORERS SATISFIED
At No Time Have They Had Tronble
With the Manager.
Work On Ike Plantation Going Foward Rapidly
E. R. Hendry Investigating and
Finds Satisfactory Conditions.
E. It. Houdry returned by tho
V. G. Hall from Koun to which
placo bo was despatched to inws
litate tint reported troubles with
Ji()!inefiC laborer.! ou tho Koea
plantation. Air. hlenilry tlul lim
wot I: with neatest and despatch
anil when lie Mt even the hligli'
ilillVionccs that bad exiattd were
It appears that at no time litis
there been any serious trouble ou
ttio plantation nt win reported
sometime since. Oi the day when
Malinger Cooper wis said to be
garrisoned in bis house surround
-d by Japan3fie, ho was in fact ou
the island of Maui suporintuudiuu
the traiiNprrtaiion of some boilerH
for the plantation mill. Tno majo
rity of tht) Japanese havo been
Hteadily at woik. The clearing
ilono was as a iule satisfactory to
tho plantation and tbo Japanese
iiave received their mouoy prompt
It is true that there ban
heen some difference of
opinion between Manager
Coepor anl ouo of tho contractors
.... .. v... ...- ..... .. ,...... .
P"'ut of creating auy direct or m
'" trouble- with the Japanese
litis hOAOver lias not reached tbe
At no time past or present has
i he company had contracts with
iheao men. TbehO Japanese hi
lt in im have never mad au appeal
for mouey to tbo maunger, they
being under contract with Mr
SVli-Mi Mr. Hendry left the plan
tation all tbo ganuH were hnsiiy at
won; cleaiieg the holds and per
feet izomi will p evaild. Tiiero
has been no delay iu auy of tile
woik. and th" previous plans of
tho corporati n relativo to the
area of laud that will be planted
iii cane iu the immoliato future
will bo fulfilled to tho letter
Work on the now mill is going
lorwarit rapidly, grunting cui
which is too old for 80ad will bo
cimmeiiur'd oirly iu July, and
u'ood finaiicinl returns from the
Koua augur estate iu the uenr
future aro assured.
m . m
Will Live iu Mnii"it.
Mies Charlotte Eiiohsen his
been presented by U. F. Ddline-
hani with two Guo lots along tho
Manna road in tbe vicinity of the
Cooper homo. A house is now
being built ou tho placo and it is
there that Mr. and Mrs. A. Meyer
will go to live when they aro mar
ried, l'lin Manna place is a vary fine
ouo and oommauda a view of the
valloy aud tho sea.
Tho Hawaiian Stock Exohango
is liaving (liiartora lixeu up for it
iu tho same oilico with Oallentyne
E, R, STACKABLE GETS IT
Will Assume Duties of Deputy Col
lector General Yery Soon.
What the Cabinet Did at Its Heeling This
Forenoon Commander Merry Present
Attorney General Reports.
An informal meeting of tho
Cabinet was held this morning.
L'lio principal item of Im-dm-H-was
tho consideration of the ro
-ignation of F. ll. MoStnckar as
Collector Goni'ral of Cn-touiH and
of J. h'. Obiv as D tmlv Cullecior
It was ilojnled tht tho former
ollio should ho loft opou for a
short time but th other ebould bo
tilledat once, This matter vi-
loft with Milliliter Damon how has
cboeu E. II. Stnckable for tbe
Commander Morry was pretont
and, in a talk about tho ntreet
that runs from Alikea pistlho
pilots' otlice to Kakaako, stated
(bat tho Government bad no in
tention of closing up tho stroet as
bad been supposed.
Tho Attorney General repirtol
a contract signed with Mr. Hff
uiau, tho Biiccosful bidder in tbe
matter of the I3eretinia school -
The Attornoy Goneral further
reported a contract signo I wi'h
the Gazetto Cnnipiny to print for
tlie U. o Uovernnieut tho evi
deiico and briefs in tbo matter of
tho Biitiah claims.
IIII1S OI'IC.MII) TODAY.
Bids for tbo construction of tho
sewerage pystom for the city of
Honolulu were opouol at tho Inte
rior Oilico at 12 noon today. Thore
were prevent besides the hi Idern,
never il men who are interested in
tbo supply of matorial for the
wewer. Following wore tho bid
lleiB. Wilnon & Wbitehniise ol
this city, Vincent aud Balbor, W
'!'. Schmidt & Ansou S Blake and
It. U. .Matting. It will take come
littlo tuna before it is decided
which company will get the con
tract as thero are so many detail,
lo bo reckoned with firet.luit, from
a ulaure at tho four applications,
it would Bcem that Vincont &,
Ualser would got all but tho out
fall. This will probably bo civ. n
to Wilson &. Whitehouse. R. 0
Matting is tho lowest bidder, his
figures falling far below any of
WmiI. In Court.
George "Wnde, chaiged with tho
murder of Gillespie, appeared in
the Polico Court this forenoon
with Attornoy A. L. 0. Atkinson
representing him. Tho prosecu
tion took nil morning to put its
witnesses on the stand and the
caso was set again for this after
noon. As tho Bulletin goes to
press tho case is still in progress.
lhoro will bo a danco at tho
Hawaiian hotel tomorrow ovon
ing. Quintet club will play.
HERE TO SEE FOR HIMSELF
Congressman Mondell ot Wyoming on
Yislt to Islands.
With Ills Wllte flJ Com)? fjr Pleisura baf Will
Investigate lbs Situation to Guide
Ills Public Action.
Mr. mil Mrs. F. W. Mondell
of Wj exiling arrived in the Aus
tralia aid are e,t iving at the Ha
wai'au ho'ol. They will remain
in the isl unU until the railing of
the Mariposa ou tbe'J3l inst. Mr.
Miudell Has bje.i elected to rep
resent his S'a'o iu the next Con
gress. As Mr. Mo'idtdl and wlfo re
turned from a utioll about town at
noon, they were met by a l!ut.U!
TIN teporler. lioth aro yuuuu
aud handsomo, atid at ouce reveal
ougagtng mnuners that cannot fail
to inako th 'ai miny friends dur
ing their sojourn.
"Wo have como primarily for
plensure," Mr. Mondell said, "but
incidentally I shall lake the op
portunity of studying the condi
tions existing in the island).
Having been elected tothe nexl
Congress, I deoire to bo in n posi
tion of iHivii'g personnl knowlorlgo
of tbe Hawaiian situation. It is
generally expected that the law
for the government of Hawaii will
ho brought forward for action at
tbo coining sessiou.
"So far as we have aeon sinco
our arrival, wo arc ureatly tie
lighted and charmed with Hono
lulu. It ii only right and just
that tbe islands t-h uld bo given a
btttled form of government whh
ont unii'Coiiiiry tl-1 iys. Yib,
luero mm noioi coiihhi 'nihlo tn
ter't taken iu tb-' i-landa ly tbo
people of Wyoming. I was known,
before ! int ehcled, to Imvo
been strongly iu favor of annex
"llofore I left home, Fomo of
tbo Di'iii'iuratio papers wnto op
posiug the policy of expimion. in
which they include the ncnuitition
ot tbo Hawaiian lilnu Ib xes
thoy aro too late, so far as Hawaii
is concerned. Tbo act is done,
mil it onl remains to givo tho
inlands tho best government pos
sible." Mr. Moud-11 wns mfirmed.iu
answer to a question, that no local
opposition bad devoloped to tbo
Hawaiian government lull ns sub
mitted by tho Oonimirisiou. Ho
was glad lo hear that tho coffeo
industry was not being abandoned
in its luisncy, contrary to au im
pression that hid gone abroad on
the N.reugtli of recent saloi of
tirne coffee lauds for engu- culti
IMJIl' I 'Oil li.1IAUI..
Harvey II. Hitchcock, Deputy
Mitrnlwil, has b ought suit against
tliu Lltwaiian r.amway Company
fur 5'."illU i d imageH, tbo amount
the plaintiff le-ls lie was diimagod
ty being niu ii.to by a heavy om
inous ot the corporation men
tioned. Plaintiff n'legefl that by tha
careler-biie-fi on the part of Uio
omnibus drivnr In ws badly iu
jmed, paiticularly in the back,
mid tiiut it was liecbsary for him
to pay tut n large amount of
money for medical attendance.
a rune erupt cncAM or tartar powoci
Highest Honors, World's Folf
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Avoid llnltliif 1'iiwiler contaljlnji
ulum. '1 licy aro li)Jurluu to liraUti
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