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Vor,. VI. No. 125i.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1899.
Piiioe 5 Oents.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,
SECRETARY LOOAN DEPARTS
ALL QUIET IN SAMOA
RUBY DEXTER BACK AGAIN
IS "HOUSEKEEPER'S LEAGUE"
FINE REVOLVER SHOOTING
Nn OP StOCK.
C. Ilrr 8c Co-ipany.
American i. Co.. rJ up
f A. lif.tnMllAnCn
Haallan -"" 3U v-0,
Hawaiian Suifar Co....
Ilonumu Sugar Co ...
MonoVaa SuRar Co ....
Haiku Sucar Co .....
Kahuku nanuuon -o
Kamalo Sugar Co. as
I'M,. I PI jnl.Cn.Xt J. as
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co.. as..
Kona Sugar Co .ri up
Maunaiei 5u v-o.pj up
Nahlku Su Co,, pi up
Oahu Sugar Company
nnAmal KlIiTSf Co. .a .
Ookalt Sugar Plan, Co.,
Olaa Su. io., lij., as
riA.. tn f"ntnn.tnv.
I'aauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co....
I'crcekeo Sugar Co ...
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Acr. Co.. as
Walanae company .
ar Co .
Watluku Sugar Co.... ,
Walmea Mill Co
U'll lr 3t4mttiln Co
Inttplstani Steam N Co
llanallan ClMtrlc Co. .
Hon.RapM r& Land Co
Mutual reiepnone i-o.
Makaha A pJ up
Hail ft Co.. LU ....
HavallanGov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov. 5 per cent
Oahu Ry 8e LnlCoj
- Nnti rij-jres ot A. M. session Honolulu Exchange
40 Plonesr Mill os: no McllryJe i: o II, A. joo: 50
Oo'tala 11; i Kihel n!t; 10 Klliel i)i.
sj Kihel 15, tj McUryle 41 10 Walalua Pali up 170:
30 Walalua Assess too; as Klhel ni 10 Walalua
Asess toi'i; so Nahlku a.ao.
TIjc Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sultsmall advertisers get a square
Secretary Daniol Logan wns HrlllSn and
Imsy nil day yestordny iDd Into
today preparing tho Hawaiian
Exhibit to tbo Omaha Exposition
fur shipment in tbo Mariposa to
day. Mr. Logan Las secured a
very creditable exhibit and more
contributions will bf forwarded
when Mr. Cleghorn leaves lor
Tbo exhibit ns at present made
on includes luo maaniuceni coi
lection of land shells belonging to
Mr. Baldwin nnd lino specimoiiB
ot tho work of tbo pupils of bt.
Anthony's school, Wniluku. A
very fair exhibit from tho loeal
public schools baB also been ob
tained after much personal bard
work by Secretary Logan. Very
attractive exhibits of islaud pro
ducts, corn, potatoes, Bngar, coffee,
rice, papaia citron, oils nnd sauco
products from Dr. Carter and isl
and jollies and jams are in the
lint of material that will bo taken.
Mr. Logau loaves today for
Omaha to prepare the uecesBnry
preliminaries. Mr. Ologborn will
follow with additions to the ex
hibit n few weeks later.
I'untral of Josriili Tinker.
The funeral of tbo lata Josoph
Tinker will take plnco nt-xt 8un
dny nfternoon at '2 o'clock from St.
Andrew's Cnthedral. Today pall
bearers were selected: W. W.
Wright, Qeorgo 8. Harris and W.
T. llowo from tbo Sons of St.
Goorpo; G. H. Walker, F. W.
Wood nnd L. L. La Pierre from
Hnrmony Lopo, No. 8, I. O. O.
Jockey Ferrlem Challiiri Proof,
The statement having boon
mado that tbo horsn Royalist was
pulled in tho Mjin't eup race on
tbo 11th of June to nllow Qator
lino to win, Jpckoy Dominus For
riora states tliat ho will givo S2i'0
in Portuguese gold money if tbo
man or men ranking this etita
ment will provo it.
German Consuls (a
Arc Returning to Tbelr Respective National
Capitals on Leave or Absence Commis
sion llaid at Work Making Government.
to Remain Permanently
Place of His Birtb.
Won Tandem Championship of Colonics With
Angus Campbell at Wanganul Won $400
In PrLzes Tells of D.Crozler's Marriage.
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Messrs. J. T. Waterhouse de
sire to notify their customers
and correspondents that on June
1st, 1899, their Grocery ana Fro
vision business was absorbed
and taken over by Henry May &
Co., Ltd., and the Hardware and
Crockery departments by the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
As our Messrs. Waterhouse
will continue to be identified with
the Corporations named, we de
sire, in thanking the public and
our patrons for past favors, to
request a continuance of their
good will to the Corporations
Succeeding us, and of which we
The Grocery and Provision
business will be continued at our
present stand, Bethel street, and
the Hardware andCrockery stock
will be moved to the stores of
the Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Bethel street. (Signed),
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dated Honolulu, May 28th, 1899.
In nu interview with tho Eng
lish Consul for Samoa Mr. E. G
0. Maxao on tho Mariposa this
morning, it was lenrned that every
thing is quiet in Samoa and that
tho Commissioners nro badly en
gaged in nrrnuiMug for tho futuro
peacoful and effective government
of that country.
Mr. Maxao was very reticont in
spoaking of tho work of tho Com
missioners, as ho is not permittod
to reveal any of tho deliberations
of that body. Wbon askod if ho
was willing to slato tho causo of
his departure from Samoa, the
English Consul said that it would
bo impassiblo for him to do so as
it was a diplomatic affair and he
was not at liberty to givo any in
Later in tho interview Mr.
Maxso told tho Bulletin reporter
that bo was returning to England
on u fow months' leave of nbsenco
on account of tho delicito health
of his wife.
"There is absolutely nothing
now in the Snmoan situation thnt
has reached n sufficiently ndvnuo-
cd Htago of development to war
rant any oflioial information; all
I can say is that the Commission
ers are doing all in their power to
speedily biing about uu effective
una stable rorm ot government tor
tlin Sttuioao Inlands. Tbo boro
toforo warring natives arO( now in
a state of complete subjugation
and no more troblo is nntioipated
on their account. Commissioner
Elliot wtll Uko charge of tho
English Coneulato in S.ioina in
my absouco. I roturn to the Isl
ands ns Boon as my lonvo of ah-
Mr. 1). Koso who ha,s lieou ro
presenting Germauy in Samoa is
uleo n passenger on the Mariposa.
Fivo vessels representing the
United States, England and Gr
mnny nro at prcsout lying iu Si
moan waters, tlioy nro tho Brutus
nnd tbo Bndgor, American the
Taranga and Torch, British, and
tbo Cormorant, German.
Tbo German Consul, Mr. 1.
Roso was seen later iu the dny aa
ho was visiting tho points of in
terest in Honolulu. Mr. Rose is
on bis way homo to Gormany on a
six months' loavo of nbsenco. Ho
does not know whether he will
roturn to Samoa 01 not. When
asked if thero was any truth in
tho rumor that he had been re
called, Mr. Roso replied thnt it
was impossible for him to say,
thnt in fact ho did not know.
Tho Consul has spent over threo
years in Samoa, and it is custom
ary for diplomatic agents to enjoy
n six months loavo of absence
evory threo years.
"Tho Commissioners aro work
iug to maintain ponco and order
nnd while their plans nro of
courso secret, much has been ac
complished" Biid Mr. Roso "to
insure n safe nnd untroubled con
dition of nffairs. The Chiefs
Mnlieton Tanu and Taraurn, to
gether with tboir followers have
boon ordered away from ine vicin
ity of tho executive headquarters,
nnd nearly nil the firearms nro in
tho possession of tho representa
tives of tho govommout."
Name of Cooking School Charged at
Meeting This Morning.
Officers Elected and Constitution Adopted Ob
jects Plainly Set Forth An jone Hay Be
come a Member or Organization.
R. A. Dextor, tho crack Ilonolu
lu bicyclo ridor who went to Auck
Inud, Now Zealand, uenrly threo
years ago to ombnrk in tho bicycle
husinosB nt thnt plnco returned iu
tbo Mariposa tuts morning, it is
his inteution to remain parmanent
ly iu Honolulu loiving David Cro
zier to tako churge of the bicycle
business iu Auckland. Mr. Doxter
had the following to say nbout bis
experiences in Now Zealand.
'' I had tho great fortune to
gether with Angus Campbell, an
English ridor, to win thotaudom
ebampiouBhip at Wanganui during
the last season. Thero wore four
fast teams in tho race nnd the bol
ting was all against us. The back
ers of Wall and Darker wore giv
ing odds of three to ono on their
fnvorites. Tbo raco was a waiting
game until tho Inst half. Then
camo tho exciting spurts. Camp
bell and I mado tho last quartor
in just twouty-soven seconds. Wo
simply picked our tandem off tho
track and Gniahol four or five
lengths ahead. Thero was a vory
much surprised crowd loft staring
at us. To toll you the truth this
tandem raco was oue of the most
exciting I havo ever beou in.
"1 was in several other races
aud did very well. During tbo
last season I succeeded iu pulling
out with $100 in purses to my
credit, this not cjuntiug the
medals I won.
"Bicyclo racing in tho Colonies
in not what it ia cracked up to be.
An outsiilor 6tands but little rIiow
of winning anything. Tho riders
down thero form into rings nnd
if they decide, on one man to win
he usually does so. As to tho
plnn tboy carry out I need sny
"As to my futuro movomonts I
havu't much to sav nt tho present
time. I am thinking of launching
forth into tho commission busi
noss between tho Islands nnd
Auckland. Thoro is qnito n good
deal to bo dnnn iu this lino nt
cortain times of tbo year.
"I might say for the bailout of
his friends that David Groztor
was married to an Auckland
young lady n short timo ngo. Ho
hns ecttlod down into comfortable
littlo homo nnd is in Auckland to
remain for good. Davo U doing
well in tho bicycle businosB."
C. Elvin Makes 49 i Ont of a Pos
Contest wltb H. C. Ovenden, Formsrlyof Haul
Only Four Points Difference In Malcb
Best Record Known Her.
A moeting for tbo Coal settlo-
niont of affairs of tho Cooking
School took placo in the Y. M. C.
A. this forenoon. Tho following
officers wore chosen: Mrs. J. F.
Sopor, president; Mrs. H. E. Colo
man, secrotaryj Mrs. J. Usborne,
treasurer; Mesdamo3 C. B. Coop
er, Widdifiold, Fred Mactarlanc,
V. C. Weedon and Louisson,
raembor of tho Board of Directors
with tho officers nlroady men
tioned. Tho following constitution, ox
plaiuing fully tho objects of tbo
school, was ndoptod (only tho im
portant articles are given):
The name of tho association
shall bo tho "Housekeeper's
The object shall bo to promoto
the intorosts of tho household.
Owing to an urgent ueod the
firimary stops shall bo to estab
isb, conduct and direct a cooking
In ciso of tho absence for moro
than threo months of nny maniber
or memboisof the Boird, the re
maining mombors may elect a
substitute to servo until tho uoxt
Auy person may beoomo n
member of tho L'aguo by tho
annual payment ot a feo of not
less than fifty cents nud by com
plinuco with tbo rules of tho
Tho annual meeting of tho
League uuloas otherwiao ordored,
Hhall be held tho third Friday of
A special meeting of tho Longue
may bo called nt auy timo by tho
secretary by order of tbo presi
dent or at tho request ot ten mom
bors of the Loaguo.
Tvouty-fivo members shall con
stitute a quorum for tho transac
tion of business.
Unless otherwise ordered, tho
Board of Directois shall hold a
meeting on tho third Kridayof
each month. Thoy shall appoint
such committees is scorn neces
sary nuil convenient to uid worK
of the league, ongago nuu disniips
tbo teacher of tbo Cookiug scunol,
oncace and furnish accommoda
tions for the school and otherwiao
manage tho detailod work of the
school. They shall also issue to
thoso leaving tho school certiG
Considerable interest has boon
created nmong the pistol shots of
tho city by a contost betwoen C.
Elvin of tho Kakaako baits and
H. O. Ovenden of the Tax Office
at tho military range Saturday
afternoon. Tho shooting was tho
best that hns been done on tho
Islands although neither ono of
tho contestants had special prac
tice previous to tho timo of tho
0. Elvin made -10L out of n pos
sible 000 and II. O. Ovoudon,
187. Tbo targot was tho regular
200-yard military target aud tho
distance, fifty yards. Tho din
metor of tbo targot used was 8x10.
Elvin used a 33 calibro targot re
volver and Ovoudeu n 11. Hoth
are tho Smith fe Wesson mnk.
Each man had fifty shots. Elvin
mado -11 bull's eyes. Tho re
maining nine Bbots wuro ii the 4
ring. Ovendon put in 37 bull's
eyes and 13 iu tun ! ring. This
is extromcly good shooting but
both mou nro confident that thoy
can do bettor and will have nu
othortry in the uoar futuro.
Messrs. Elvin and Ovoudeu arc
kuown to bo tho best piBtnl cracks
ou tho islauds. Mr. Ovendon wna
formerly on Mum nnd stands nt
tho vory top iu tho matter of rifle
The targets used in Saturday b
shoot will bo ou show iu ono of
tho gun supply stores iu the nenr
Thero is ono interesting feature
about tbo revolvers that is worthy
of moution. Tho cartiidges nsed
contained buried bullets, tho tip
being flush with tho end of tho
caso and coming just to tho opon
ing of tho barrol. This kind of
ammunition is used by the crnck
revolver shots to prevent nny vi
bration before the bullets rulor
tho barrel as is vory often tho caso
with protruding bullets.
'lucre are some enck revolver
shots among tho police aud thoro
aro also several private citizous in
town who havo mado good records.
It is to bo hoped that tho shooting
of Elvin nud Ovenden Saturday
will lend to a revival of tho sport
CONaitUSSM.W MONOl'.LI. UKPARTH
Prieii(e! o Dunirl I.oxan.
Daniel Logan was tho recipient
of a dreBB suitcase jestorday, a
present from tho omployos of tbo
editorial and businossoffices of tho
Evenino Bulletin showing tho
good will and hnppy wishos of the
boys on the eve of his doparture
for tho mainland.
ii !- i aw i i
Tho Doric is expected horo this
Congressman Moudell hns boen
obliged to reconsidor his accep
tance of tho invitation to deliver
tho nddress of tho day ou the
Fourth of July. Mr. Mondoll
finds that the Irrigation Congress
iu whose action the pooplo of
Wyoming are doeply interested
will meet not lator thau July 15,
and it is possible if not probablo
that the Congress has boon culled
to moot nt nu earlier date. It is
absolute by necessary thatMr.Mou
dollbo present nt that meeting ns
it will doubtless havo large iullu
enco on tho future action of tho
United Statos Congrods rolntivo to
tho development of lands in Wyo
ming aud tho middlo West.
Mr. Mondell expresses tho
deopost regret at not boing ft bio to
extond hiBStay in the islands, but
hopes tho people will approoiato
that ho must consider his duty to
thoeo whoso representative he is,
before personal pleasure. Mr.
and Mrs. Mondoll leave by tho
All membors of tbo Honolulu
Bar aro earnestly roquostod to
moot in tho Judiciary Building on
Kutnrrliiv nflnmnnn nt 1 nV.lnnk.
See Now Today.
cates in diiToront grades according
to comnotenco. They may. if it is
doomed advisable, establish nud
conduct an employment bureau.
All those receiving instruction nt
the Cookiug school shall bo re
quired to rogistor their names on
entcriug and on leaving tho courso.
Iu so far as is posBiblo tho
cooking school shall bo mado eolf
supporting. All members of tho House-
koopor's Langua shall pledgo
themselves to encourage tho work
of tho cooking school so far as is
possihlo and to tins ond, allor cer
tificates aro granted by tho school,
shall endowor wbon in ueod of
help to ongago tho30 who shall
have received such certificates.
A Flro Hcurc.
During Glorino's performance
last night at tho Orphoura, a fow
sparks emittrd from tho volcono
caught tho ovorhaoging sconory.
At no timo was thoro any causo
for alarm, as tho nartialy ignited
sky pioca was iutautly hauled
down nnd extinguished. Tho o'nss
thnt looso thoir hendsnnd help
cnuso n panic on nny trivial occa
Biou demonstrated thoir presonco
but luckily tho majority of tho nu
diotico kept conl nnd tho porform
rmca wns allowed to procood.
Thero aro no lichlB, other than
electric, used in tbo building, Mr.
Desky having taken tho minutest
precaution against fire.
Their Annual Outing.
young men of Frank Da
mon's School will havo thoir re
gular nnuualcolobratiou tomorrow
in connection with thoir closing
nxorcisos. Thoy will go out to
tho Oahu Cjllogo grounds iu tho
traracars during th morning nnd
will roturn in tho nfternoon. Tho
young men nro preparing for a
Tho hcenery in "The Ooloroou"
is grand. All now and sumo grcnt
moobamcal etlectB nro to lio iutro-
dueod to tho theater going public
A runt crh cucam or tartah rowDti
Highest Honors, World' Fall
dold Medal, Midwinter Fall
Avoid IlaUliiR I'nirdrra containing
alum. They are injurious to health.
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