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A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
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Vol. VII. No. 1320.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1), 1899. 12 PAGES
Pkioh 5 Oknts.
$35,000 Sugar Mill.
Minneapolis, Aug. 31. The Gil
let Ferzog Company has secured a
contract for the construction of a
$35,000 all steel sugar mill to be de
livered at Honolulu within five
A sugar cane crushing plant Is
already under construction by the
same company for another sugar
firm of Hawaii.
DIPLOMACY AT DEADLOCK
New York, Sep'omber 1. A ca
bio to tho Bun from London Buys
TIir publication of the latest die
patches between Great Britain nod
tho Transvaal, which occurred to"
day,ii regarded as bringing diplo
maay to a dendlook unless Presi
dent Krueger assonts to Chamber
lain' terras. It is feared that in
stand of assonting ho may utilize
the invitation to another confer
ence with Sir Alfred Milner for n
renewal of indefinite bargaining.
The Standard says that President
Krueger has still a little time to
think over the position. If he does
not (Mm ply with tho HrFtish do.
inauoH there is only one isuo
The I'elegraph bays it is palpable
that England has reaehed tho ex
treme limit to which alio can go in
honor aud safety along the path
HORSES FOR THE PHILIPPINES
W ishington, August 31. A
new pi 'in has ben adopted in the
ebipmont of animals to the Philip
pines. Herotoforo animals stiipp.
ed by way of Honolulu have been
given a week's rest at that place,
tho ship raeauwhilo lyinjr idle in
It is now proposed unload and
return to San Franoisco. With
another load the ship will proctor!
to Houolulu and then pick up the
first load and proceed to Mauila,
leaving tho second load to be
Another plan is being consider
ed to have one ship run between
San Franoisco and Honolulu only,
and three between Honolulu and
Mauila. Tho department is ex
periencing some difficulty with
the horses whioh have been ship
ped from tho east to the coast as
they have not stood tho jouruoy
It KG l.H PROMPTLY AT KlOIIT.
The opera performances of the
Boston Lyric Opora Co. during
tho season iu Houolulu will com
meuco promptly at 8 o'clock aud
carriaio can bo ordered for 10:30
thus affording patrous tho oppor
tunity of I) sing at their homes by
Tne sal of. uoason tickets will
commence Monday, Sept. 11th, at
Wall, Nichols Co., aud ointinuo
dally from 10 a. in. to 4 p. in.
Due notice will be given of too
opmiug of the sale for singlo ad
missions, Uound fur the IalailiU.
The rush of morchandiso toward
Houolulu has been so great that
the Aunio Johusou had to be
ttkeu out of tho Hilo trade and
put on the berth. She was quick
ly loaded and was towed to Bea
yestorday by tho Reliance. Tho
Aunio Johnson has been for years
in tho Hilo trade, but this is her
first voyage to Houolulu. S. F.
Call, Sept. 1st.
Washington, Sopt. 1. Edward
D. Taussing has been relieved of
tho command of tho gunboat Bou
mngton by order) of Admiral
Watson and ordered homo from
Manila. He is said to have differ
ed from tho admiral as to the
management of tho ileot, and his
atitioisms led to tho action hero
GOLD MEDALS ARE OFFERED
To Police for Rifle and Revolver
Contests for Three Months.
Attorney General Cooper and Marshal Brown to
the Front Uniformed Officers and Cap
tains and Lieutenants to Contest.
Sinco Attornoy Genoral Cooper's
appointment to that otllco und as
head of the Police Department he
has been most jealous in tho work
of bringing that department to a
high degreo of perfection and he
has been only seconded by this
effort by Mashal Hrowu who, as
nu able deputy under the Attorney
General, has always been a hard
worker along this lino.
Attornoy General Ooopor has
offered a cold medal for tho best
rifle shouting among tho uniform
ed oflicors, the contest to begin
the Drat weok in October and to
last until the eud of tho year.
Marshal Brown has offered an
other gold medal to bo shot for
only by captains and lieutenants
of police with revolvers. Thin is
a move in tho right direction.
L'horo mo to bo twelve official
cores of four mores to the month.
This will enable the uicu to get iu
a lot of good sound practice and
to purf. ct themselves with ritlo
Iu spenking of the work the po
lice are to be given tho future for
their physical development, Mar
shal Brown eaul this morning: "It
is my intention to givo the olhcers
both boxing aud wrestliug lessons
as well an tho ordinary setting up
exoralt-ns as Hnon fin the iivmnn.
fliuiu has been complied. What
else H to be douo I cannot say
pituMHiiKR Toimitfa Tim would.
Among tho passengers sailing
on tho Doric today for tho Oriuut
is tho Now York publisher Mr. W.
J. Johnston, who is making a
tour of tho world.
Although tho trip is ono of
pleasure aud recreation, Mr. John
Hton is takiug ndvantago o the
opportunity it offers him of study
ing where they can best bo stu-
died the rapidly changing condi
tions brought about by the vigo
rous strides America is making in
the growth and development of tho
In addition lo the visit ho has
just finished iu the Hawaiian Isl
nurts, this enthusiastic travelor
has since the war also been in
Cuba and Porto Rico. After
spending about three months iu
Japan, Korea aud China, it is his
intention to go on to the Philip
pines. Thus ho will havo Been
all tho island possessions belong
ing 10 1 ue. unueo oiaio.
Mr. JohiiHlon is to completn tho
circle of the globo by visits to
Java, India, Egypt, Turkey, etc..
and after attending (he Puns Ex
p siuoii no expects 10 uu oauu in
New 3f irk about May or Juuo,
l.iOO The distance travolud will
have been between 33,00J aud 4J,
AN IIISlOltKlAI, IIUPKIIKNCIS.
Now that E. O. Hall & Son's
building is to bo torn down it
might not bo amiss to quote the
following historical reforence to
it, contained in "The Hawaiian"
of March 5, 1808.
There woro in 1819, two grist
mills in tho Islands for handling
of tho whoat haivet of the Island
of Maui. Ono of these was on
Maui aud tho othor in Honolulu,
the lator being noarly on tho site
on Fort street, in tho business
center of tho city, now occupied by
tho hardware store of the E O.
Hall & Sou. The flour made hero
was not only enough to supply tho
home demand but ship loads of it
woro sent to Herba Buena, whioh
iu time has bocomo tho mighty
city of San Franoisoo.
Honolulu Rapid Transit Company Lays Seven
Sections of Track Object, to Prevent
Tramways Company From Lay
ing Double Tracks.
The quickest work in traok lay
ing that has over beon booh in
Honolulu was witnessed by crowds
along Kinu street from tho Gov
ernment Dispensary to tho Haa
liliamanu hridgo this morning.
Tho Honolulu Rapid Transid
Company by its manager, 0. G.
Uallentyne, sont out seven gangs
of OhinoBo Uborors with picks
aud shovels this morning early,
each under a competent luna aud
each made up of twenty to twenty
The traok being laid is not a
connected ono Out is in section
of about two rails each. Tho men
doiug the work are just close
ouough together to provont inter
ference. The many people gazing on tho
work were asking all kinds of
questions as to tho prop isitinu on
hand. Surely tin Imoks wore too
uoir tho si lowiilk t insure the
safety of the public. Then again
why 11 the start not made from
a definite point aud a connected
trHck laid and why woro the track
not titled up for electric wires ?
and yet again, why should old ties
bo uod ? Above all things, why
should thero be such a hurry ?
Manager Ballontvue wns seen
riding along iut-pectiug the work
iu a hack aud, upon being asked
some questions by a BuLLtTlN re
LOUIS LEADS THE
A new boy has jumped to the
front in the Bulletin newsboys'
Tribune bicyclo raco. 0. Louis
leads tho list with Correo a close
second and Frank Stono, Mon
Yin and Ounniugham above the
1G0 mark. Tho boys liko tho bi
cyclo aro "stayers" and out to wiu
Those aro tho prizes and tho re
cord up to Friday night:
C.Louis. 1 58
Henry Keki, 3'
Manuel Costa, 7i
Ed. Medeiros, 4a
Ah Fong, 22
Ah Far, 78
Johnnie Silva, 2o
Enrato Sylva, 22
Johnnie Rodriques, 18
Wallace Sai'frey, 26
Ivan Shunk, 34
IN SOCIETY CIRCLES
Col. and Mrs. Mills gave a din-
ner to President aud Mrs. Dolo at
tho Hotol Annex Thurbdny.
Dr. and Mrs. Carmichael will
move into tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. T, W. Hobron in Nuuauu
V alloy iu tho near future.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W.Hobrou
will leavo for tho Coast in the
steamer of tho 10th inst.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Vos will
return from a visit to tho Volcauo
aud Hilo in tho Olaudiuo tonight.
Miss Sarah Harndon and Jarnio
Wildor are to bo married on tho
12th inst. Tho newly married
onuplo will roturu to Honolulu
via Vanoouver to spend three
weeks. At tho end of this time
they will visit cities in the East
and will thon go to Paris for an
FORGE AN ISSUE
"Ho, those tracks aro not per
manent. The Rapid Transit Com
pany has decided to force tho
issno. Tho tracks now boing laid
aro to prevent tho Tramways
Company from laying a double
"As you seo, tho work must bo
dono with despatch aud the soveu
seotions laid by 10 o'clock, tho
earliost possihlo moment that an
injunction making it necessary to
ceaso work, can be issued.
"Wo havo boon granted permis
sion by the Government to lay
tracks on King street between two
limits already mentioned in your
papr and wu are working on this
"As you know, the Tramways
Company claims exclusive fran
chise to lay tracks on that portion
of King -dreet now under dispute.
If they enjoin us wo will of course
go into Court mid fight it out on
the lino of 'exclusive franchise.'"
There has been nothing douo in
the courts by the Tramways Co.
no to time of going to prone.
WDat will o douo iUonclHV is a
quefltiou. I'ossib'y the tight will
lie on wheu tho Tramways Co. at
tempts to rip up tlin tracks of the
Rapid Transit Co, for tho purpose
of imtiiug dowu its own tracks.
0. B. Wilsnu was tho man in
churge of tho work of laving the
seven sections of track this fore
1st Prize Tribune Bicy
clc 2nd Prize-Suit of Clothes
3rd Prize-Pair o? Shoes.
4th Prize-Pocket Knllfe.
The twenty boys nt the he ml oJ
the lint when the contest clones
will be given free tickets to hucIi
periormtincc of tho Boston Lyric
Opera Company ns they may tc
lect. Man. Alves, 26
George Crowell, 20
Ah Kin, 43
Man. Ferrelra 17
Willie Sy Iva 87
Frank Stone, I34
Pung Qua! 33
Kill Seong, 8
Joe Alves i()
Jimmy Hicks, 86
mil Riedel, 56
Mon Yin, I22
Jno. Shaw 71
San Francisco, Sept. 2. Mate
rials for building tho big freight
steamor Califoruia are all ou baud
nt the Union Iron Works, and the
koel will bo laid iu a few days.
She will be tho largest vessel ovor
built ou this Coast for mercantile
purpose Tho Califoruian will
ply between tho Hawaiian Islands,
Sun Franoisco and Now York for
the American aud Hawaiian
Steamship Company. Tho Amo
rican and the Hawaiian aro two
other steamships whioh are now
boing built for tho company on
tho Dolawaro river.
There will bo n big luau to Col.
aud Mrs. Mills at tho homo of
Captain and Mrs. Gartonberp,
Waikiki, at about 7 o'olook this
RED, WHITE AND BLUE
Pick Yonr Winners In Championship
Races from Colors Mentioned.
Personnel of Healani and Myrtle Crews-Some-
thing as to Their Weight-Judges
and Other Officers.
Ono train, a special for news
paper raou and judges lo-tves for
Pearl Harbor tho scene of this
afternoon's champiouship races,
at l:dr p. m. today. Tho last train
leaves at 3 o'clock sharp. Both
will carry aDy who wish to go to
races, Tho first contest will com
mence immediately after tho ar
rival of tho second train. Return
traius to Honolulu will start soon
after tho ooraplotion of the seooud
end last event.
Pearl Harbor will bo a sceno of
exuitemeut this nftornnon for those
loyal oithor to tho Healaui or
Myrtlo boat clubs will be out iu
force to cheer on their heroes to
victory in the senior nnd junior
championship races. The hand
will play lively airs and tho har
bor in the immediate vicinity f
tho liuish Hup, off the O. It ,tL
Oo.'s wharf, will taken up by
boats nud yachts gaily decorated
iu either blue or red aud white.
Tho rsoes will be hn'ly contest
ed, the Healanis wishing to main
tain their supremacy aud the
Myrtles anxious to regain what
they havo lost.
Both trains will be filled with
sp-ctatnrB aud the 0 R it L Co
Iihb been caroful to miki ample
provision for those who aro in
tending to go dowu the r.md.
Now thou, homothiug as to the
two crews. Hero they arc in all
Myrtle Senior Sorensou, Soper
Lirhman and Martin.
Healani Senior Klebahu, Ro
near, Uliodes null Damon.
Myrtlo Junior Lancdalo, Lylo,
nous and Johnson
Healani Junior Church, Boitso
WnteruouBo nud Murray.
The officers of tho day will be
Starter Prince Cupid.
JudgeB At start, Harry Whit
noy and E Wodohouso; at fiuisb,
Captain Oampboll anil ono other.
Timokeopors On launch, Louis
Marks and L. P. Scott; ut finish,
Wm. Savidge and Chris Willis.
Wra. Savidgo will take A. T.
Brook's placo as a timekeepor nt
the finish. On account of a trip
to Molokai, Captain Clarke can
not bo present. A mau to act in
his place as judgo at tho fiuish,
will bochosou this afternoon.
Tho Myrtles will average 15 '
poui.ds aud tho Hoklauis 155
pounds. All the- crews nre in
uood shapo and (hero are no fav
orites among (Uninterested people
Tho yacht La Paloma is an
chored noar tho IjihhIi lino Ii
this beautifully decorated craft
Mrs. Clarence Maofarlano will ro
ceive her frieuds
Shortly afier 9 o'clock this
morning Wm. Q Irwin's ynoht
Holouo sailed for the t-cone of to
day's races. Ev rylhiug neceh
sary to tho trip, including eodn
wator and life-preserver, was
aboard. Tho party included Sam
Parker, 8onator Clark, F. M
Hatch, Richard IvorB, W G. Irum
Fred Whitney, Lionel Han, Harrv
Cooper, J. G. Sponoer nud Ohrii
Following nro tho woiuliis a,
secured by a Bulletin man:
Hoalani Senior Klebahu, age
27, weight 108; Ronear, 20, 1G5;
Rhodes, 27, 150; Damon, 21, 1.12
tloaiaui Junior unurch, age
29, weight 1C8; Boisse, 24, 10;
Waterhouso, 23, 150; Murray, 23,
Myrtlo Senior Sorensou, ago
27, weight 128; Sopor, 25, 158
Lishman,23, 150; Mortiu,2n, 163
Myrtlo Junior Lansdale, age
20, weight 150; Lylo, 21, 15'2;
Hobs, 20, 158; Sam Johnson, 25,
Columlilti - Defender llnce.
The first of the series of raies
between the yachis Columbia and
Defender, to determine which shall
represent the United States In the
great International race, was sailed
the day the Doric left San Francis
co. The returns from the race are
given up to the time of the Doric
leaving San Francisco:
I Bateman's Point, R. I., Sept. 2,
1:42 p. m. The starting gun was
fired at 1:35. Both boats swung
! around the lightship, Defender In
I the lead headed for the line. They
I crossed the line on the port tack
I with Defender apparently In the
1 lead at 1:36:25 and Columbia at
! Both boats carried all sail, Includ.
! ing baby jib and club tops ul Is.
I At 1:49 the boats had sailed about
I two miles of the course and were
I having one of the hottest races to
, windward that they had sailed.
The Columbia was on the De
! fender's we.ither quarter, but could
i not get by the old boat,
j At 1:58 the boats tacked again to
j port, this time the Columbia get
I ting around well on the Defender's
' buw and establishing herself In the
I lead, for the first time In the race.
I The wind Is now blowing about
I ten knots.
SIIIM'III NMION OK Till: VOLCANO.
WKII Mi he. L Cm puny .(,. Itrfuiri (o
I.mii ill. lMitr
The Wall, Nichols O), Ltd..
ab-olutely refund this afrernoon,
rifter three firms of th Suudav
Vo'cnuo were made up aud print
ed, to continue the issue.
WillUin H. Marshall, proprietor
of the V ilcauo, being seen by a
HuLLuri.s topresoutativo, slid: "I
linv.) been sold out. The a'SO
olnled villnuie, unable to pur-?
chiisii my pen, and the pen of my
associate, Mr II. M. Avres, havo
conspired with my publishers, tho
Wall. N-eh.,1,4 Co, Ltd.
"Tho Volcano is now mora firm
ly entrenched with tho people than
ever, and it will shortly appear
tresti 110m its own plant, to con
tinue its mission for the flaying of
scoundrels aud tho exposure of
"Tho Volcano." continued Mr.
Marshall, coolly, "is a greater
paper than ever, as I have already
"tated. Wo havo thorn a going.
The 8uppres8i on of tho Volcano
clearly and conclusively demon
strates this fact. Lot 'em all
Mr. Thos. Wall stated this
afternoon that the Voleauo would
no logger be nnblished bv Ihn
Wall, Nichols O.., 011 no;ouiit ol
tho inibility ou the part of tho
editor and milliliter, Ir. Wm. H.
Marshall, to pay fxpomes. Ho
uudort-tool that the Volciuo ould
be ptihlir.li.-d as usual, but, io f-ir
a- tno Wall, Nieholr. Co. was con
cerned, that businois house w uld
have nothing more to do with it.
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