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Vol, VII. No. 1322
HONOLULU, II. 1.. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1899.
PASSING ON THE COPTIC
SENATOR CLARK OFF HOME
THE "JEHU" WAXETH WROTH
Drivers Register a Kick Against Po
THElf DISCUSS SITUATION
BREWER BUILDING OFFICES
Major Jones and Other Notables En
Route te San Francisco.
Tells of Whit Ho Intends to Rec
oramtnd (or Hawaii.
Conference of Manager C. G. Ballentyne
To Be Taken By Honolulu Iron Works
and Attorney Pa,ul Neumann.
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if m -r By the Pro&res" JH' -
I H IX sive Bulletin i4 BH
HOURS ahead o? Wf
Its competitors. '
PlilOB T 0l3NTfl. M '
WITH HORSES FOR HANIIA 111
Arrival This Forenoon of Transport l .
Leelandw from San Francisco. M
Volunteers Tour Japan- H. B. M. Consul Hopkins-Banker
Balfour from Hollo Orl-.
entals for Chinese Village.
Jinny persona of unto nro inclu
ded In tho passenger lipt nf the H.
8. Coptic whieh'arrived this morn
ing" from Uih Oriont and Bails for
San Fmocirco tins afternoon.
Mj ir Joins, U. S. A., formerly
Quartermaster General nt Mnnila,
where lie has boon stationed biiico
tho beginning of hostilities in tbo
Philippines, is on bid way home
having been relieved nt tho front.
Tho Major will havo very littlo to
eay on the situation in tbo Philip
pines, stating lhit be is not nt
liberty to furnish information to
tbo presB. Major Jones sccompa
nied by Mrs. Uutler,alaon through
passenger mul tho wifo of Captain
Butler hoy aorviug nt tho frout,
started ftoin the steamer early thin
morning with au army carriage
putty to vi-iit tin points nf inter
est in nnd aruitid Honolulu.
LiHutoiiiitit D uialdsnu r.ud Cor
.nritl Woodsworth of tho l'Jth
Miuuesnttn Voluuteers are also
bound homo. They wore musterod
out iti tbo Philippines and have
been tuakiug their return nt their
lei-ure, t luring Japan before om
barkiug for thu States
Tin Iluilo representative of the
Hougk nig nud Shnuu'liii Baukiug
Corp initi m, Mr. 0. U Balfour is
on a yirs vnoati in, winch h- will
sp'inl for thu most pa.it in tho
Mr J. S F-irou, of Foaron,
Dam 1 mid 0 iiuptiiy, largitoa
mer.thiiits and tin Shanghai
agents of tbo O. and O. 8. S. Co ,
is en route to thu (Joint ou busi
ness, to be g mo two or three
mouths. Mr. Foaron has been for
twuntv-five year in China and is
one of Shingbai,s knmaainas.
Mr. H E. B istwick is the father
of Harry B istwick of the Oolhran
aud Bostwck Grm iu tlio East
Harry linstwick ib iu obarge of tbo
coni tmciioii of electrical railroads
Th Uritish OouhuI at Oho Foo,
Mr. L rJ. Hopkins is on his way
bom, f ir a vacation.
Miss 13. Iviu a writer to East
ern migsztues is who a Coptic
Over a hutidred Ohineso, rd os
tium! for tint (Jlinns Village nt
tun coming Piiiladel)hia Exposi
tion nro on board
llplri II'iuih Tanliclit.
The great comedy "David Gar
riuk" will be produced at tho
Opera House t might by the
Miiu'gie Monro. H. It. Roberts
auL'ro.'ation of players. Tlio pre
sentation will bo followed by
"Th" Chinese Question" in which
Maggie Moore ho successfully
shines as Stn Soo Loo.
Wednesday's performance of
'The Silence of D-an Maitland"
is the farewell preeootntiou of tho
highly popular company.
Annulled mm Ofllrrr.
John Brown appeal od in thu
Polico Court this forenoon on the
charge of assault and b-iltpry ou
Ollicor Mokulehua Sunday night
Mrs. Kramer, in whoso housii the
assault took place, wis ono of tbo
witnesses. Defendant was lined
$15 aud costs by Judge Wilcox.
S. II, Dole U'ooil.
Tho infant sou of Dr. nud Mrs.
0 B. Wood, Sanford Ballnrd Dole
Wood, was oh listened at tbo fami
ly residence yeaterdny by llov.
Alex. M'lokintoHii. President
Dol wns Godfather nud Mrs. F.
M. Hatch, Godmothor.
Tho Grusior Newark has readi
ed San Francisco.
Will Urge Eallcst Possible Legislation Isl
ands Should Be Treated Sepirate and
Aput From Other Posacsslons.
Among tho pa'B'ngers booked
for the Coptic this afternoon is
Senator Claik who has been here
for quite a while continuing his
investigations hit affairs hero iu
the Islands In iu interview thin
foronoou the Wyoming Senator
" No I do not wish to express
au opinion on tbo propojod action
of tbo government to send n speci-
al ngeut to Wusliiugtou. I have
said right along aud I still main
tain that there should bo sent to
Wnshiugtou direct, a delegation
from these islands, representing
the various interests. I boliovo
this to bo a most uo3PBary step
tor it is information that h desir
od anil how can such information
ou all matters pertaining to the
islands lie obtained except bv
soudiug forth such a delegation ?
"xes, I shall make some roo
orameudntious wbou I return to
Wasbingtou to my work. While
legislation should be nroraotlv
bad, I shall urge iu strongest
terms that the various commitiees
and individual meiubors of Con
gross aud tbo Senate shall take
groat care to inform themsolves as
far as pisMhlo, of tin exact con
ditions exis iug bore from thone
win having tin interests of tho
Islauils at lieurt, are lully omv. r
siu; with the needs of the place
" Further, my tr mgHit reo mi-
menda'iju will bi that the eailist
pis-iblo ajtion on Llawaiian atfinrs
bo takeu and that ilawtii be treat
ed separnto aud apart aud without
reference to any new possessions
tno United States ray have ao
Senator Clark had a conferonco
of a half hour or more with Presi
dent DjIo this forenoon.
COVPKItKVOIS WITH OAUI.VKT.
There was no regular session of
tho Cabinet this foreuoon. Tho
President and Ministers met re
presentntivoa of tlio Hilo Railway
Co. and an nttonuy for Mr.
Kutmt. tlio German oiuitnlist.
Tho railway people talked over
tne mnlter of laud in nud about
Hilo required for the proposed
road and liually decided to hand
iu to tLo government iu the near
future, a moditiVd npplitjalion for
Attorney Neumann mado nn
implication for Mr. Kunst to the
effe-t that an OXchauc of fee Him
id titles of laud in Waikiki near
Kapiolnui park be exchanged for
ceitain lauds on Meretauia btreet.
NMV PACH'W MAIL IIOATS.
Newport NewB (Va), Au
cilHt 2 '. Work has in.r l.Un
Blnrted nt the shipyard ou two
18,f00-ton passenger and freight
Btenmtdiipj fir the Pncilio Mail
liuo. ilie plans have heuu o mi.
pletid and preparations nre being
mado to lay thu keels of the nhips
within a few weeks. S mn of the
material for the big liners ban
arrived nt the yard.
Tiii'bo ships will be f),")() feet in
lentil. Will have Rimed .if ni.ilil.m
knot and each wilion.it $2,' 00,(101)
wiipu oompleteil they will be the
Inruost sliitia nf nnv nliiirlr lumul
out at Ainoiican shipyard. It
win require imeeu mouths to
UllU'rUUl lvv Druil.
Prognose, ilex, Aug. 'M.
Finuk Ives, thu famous American
billiardist, who cnuie hero eveml
days ago iu search of relief fioni
consumption, died today. His
body will be takeu to Chicago for
Arrest Hade This Horning The Regulations
Enforced -Tt Cae May be Hade
Before Supreme Court.
The enforcement of tho bnok
regulations' by the polico depart
ment is oausing a great deal of
discussion among the drivers of
pu'bliu vehicles. The discussion
is not over the regulations but
over the mnuiier iu which the
assistants of the mnrshnl nro en
forcing the rules laid don by tho
Minister of tho Interior.
After bearing tho hsckdriver's
sido of tho story a visit was made
on the Marshal by a Bulletin
represoulaive. I'lio rnnrsh il was
asked, if a liaek driver who tied
bis horio nu'side a lustaurant aud
went in to get his meal was or
dered to drivo ou and refused,
would he be liable to arrest.?
"Y-s" Bald the mnrshal, "it
would be a violation of tlio hack
"Msy a hackdriver tie up iu
front of his own house aud go iu
to eat his meal?"
No" aaid the marshal, not with
out a teouuical violation of the
According to tbo rules a hick
driver may not loavo his rig in
frout of a saloon and go in to get
n drink Ho may uot tie up in
the neighborhoo I of a drinking
plaue and gi to get a drink of
iiquor. If he leaves his hack mi
tin regularly nppiintmi luck
stand, however, be can uo and got
bin drink or hi- tu-nl.
little U of the regulations
roads as follows: "Drivers of
licensed vehicles must obey
tho orders of tho Police."
This rule, according to the drivers,
has lately been interpreted by the
gunrdiaus of the pence to menu
that onch individual who wears
ou his broad chest th- emblem of
the pilico department U entitled
to cateohiso any hack driver he
may soo standing in any plnco
othor Uiau n back staud, "Who ho
is waiting for and how long ho
has boon waiting ?" In sorao
cases where tho retor of the hack
driver his been vory rightly
"None of your business," arrest
and all sorts of dire puninhuient
liavb boeu threatened.
Hack drivers do not like to bo
arrested. It means a loss of time
aud money to them. Many of
them when orderul to "move ou"
do ho even when engaged, rather
than bo taken to tbo station nud
bavo to spend a long time in
arguing to Htraighleu tilings out
This morniuL' about 10 o'clock
Willi-iin Wilhelm, a driver on II
stand, was waltincr in fruit of nun
of the large dryuoods stores on
con Btreet tor twi isilies who
woro iu tho Btoro shopping. A
policeman pissing by inquired
what he was diiiou there ? M,. uu
'old mill oronn led on liu Imnt
U turning soiuo ten miuutes later
aim u mi i n u' mo uaci; still I hero he
told the driver he must uo In tlm
staud. The In ies uot havinc fin
ished shotitilni'. thu driver rm.,,,.
strnied aud was put undor arrest,
tak-u to the station nud charged
with violating rulo'Jlof tho hack
reL'tilntions. All tho timr, Willmlm
was waiting, tliore were a ptivate
caniauo and a bink with u mniv,.
driver standing, ouo in frout and
tho other behind bis conveyance
iu trout nt the Blora JNeitbor of
tliPBH was molested.
Thorn is talk of a fund bninc
raised by tho drivers to carry a
"test ciifQ" to the hinhonr Irilimuil
nnd have the legulations that are
now tieiug etnorcpd luterproted
bv a limber authnritv tliau t in
marshal and lux nssistaritH.
Tho ongagHinnnt of Mr. R. .1.
Putunm of Louisiann. ohemist nt
Ewa plantation, to Miss Alice M.
UUos in aunouncod,
Car Track Problem Still Unsolved- SomelhlDg
About a Compromise -As Injunction Suit
Possible- Correspondence Exptctid.
Tbo Hittntion in the ctrcet mil
way matter is tho entile ii Satur
day. This morning there was a
conform ce botveen Manager BnU
leutyue of the llipid Transit ami
Paul Neumati attorney for the
Trumwa8 Co. It is stated that
no conclusion wns arrived at the
talk how v-r.
Mr. Ballentyue when soen this
morning stated that no change in
the situation had taken plnco ns
Wbou nsked if nuy overtures
had or would be made by his c nn
pauy looking to a compromise bo
said, "nothiiig iu that direction
has as yet been dino an I I have
heard of uo iutontiori ou thu pirt
of the directors mi to net.
"In ca90 the Tramways Co. bo
uin to liy their second track and
iutorfero with the rails hid by
your compiny, what action will
bo taken," he was asked Iu
caso of such n movo on the par' of
the Tramways Co. we will oi join
them and put up tho tieoessiry
bond to reituhurso tnom in case
our recourse to the courts is de
cided agaiiiMt us."
It was Bland later iu the day
that the Traniwayn Co. w-ro iu
expectation of a letter from the
R lolil 'Pnitiuit m iinln in ...I. i. .1 ..
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com.irouilKe of tin. ililT,n,,.... Ii ..
iWe.-n the two compai ins wnnhl
be propised; but yint ilie pm
posod lines mi wli cli th.- e fnpro.
mine would be mad would be
could not bo ascertained.
Both parties seem to be very re
luctant nt this stage of the game
to nckuowloduo a probability of
recourse to the courts for a settle
raeut of the dillicully.
rilK UAIirKNIIKKO I.UAU,
Thero wns a delightful lunu at
tho homo of Captain and Mrs.
Gartouberg Saturday night, com
plimentary to Col. aud Mrs. Mills
The lanni whs vory prettily
decorated with flowers, greens nnd
Japnno-es Innterne. In nil, there
were about n hundred people
.iteseut. The music was fumi-liKS
by th; Quintette 0 ub Dmicing
VMM 1 till II I in.l in 'Pi... I.. ...
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ill the uiitiiro of a Hiirprise pir y
to captain Gartenberg by hi wife.
Among tbnsH present were the
loiiowing: uoi and iAIr-. Millfl,
Oipt. aud Mrs, Sinker, Lieut and
Mrs KeteliHin Miuister and Mrs.
Mott Smith, Mr. aud Mr. S. G
Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. XV m.l- Mr
a al Mrs Witiluuan. Dr. nnd Mrs!
Myers, Dr. aud Aire. Uowar I, Mis
Paris. Mr. ami Mm. V r. II....
per, Mr and Mis. V. O.niiiini. MV
nud Mrs." Wells P. inr-nn. Mr
and Mib. E. S Hoyd, Mr nud Mrs
L' . Hustaoe, Mr. nud M'h. PhuI
Npumanu, Miss lilsie Itobin-ou,
Mis M. HibiiiHon, Miss Moss.
man, Miss od Miss Paly Mi-s
Lndd, Mrs. Goo Beckley, Miss M.
Hopper, Miss Smith, Mim Hnr
tlirop, Miss Bibor, Mrs. Siwyer,
Miss Kelly, Mihs Dam in, Miss
Wall, Miss M. Dsmon, Mr. Fr-,nk
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Jmld,
Mr. and Mrs. Mackintosh, Dr.
and Mrs. Cooper, Mr. Tarn Mj.
Grow, Marshal nud Mrs. Hrowu,
iu. i)B8, iur. oinggoit, Mr. Moln
tyre, Capt. Keimke, Mr. Bathrop,
Mr. Hnrry Whitney, Mr Kluegul
Mr. Mills, Col. Jones, Lieut.
Smith Gth Artillery, Mr. F Wall,
Mr. A. Wall, Mr. A. LouisBoti,
Mr. Danford. '
Trausport Grant with rdnbo,
Wvominc? and Hnnlli llnLriii. .,.1
unteora has arrived in San Frnn-oieoo.
New Place To Be Used as Separate OHlce
Where Hill Houses May Be De
signed and Arranged,
The Honolulu Irom Works Co.
Iiib docido.1 to take throe offices
on tho uppir lbor of tbo now
Urower buildiug on Queen atreet
where now mill houses cnu be de
signed and nrrauged under the
superititomlnuco of tlu Iron
Works Co. This is tbo sole pur
pose of securing the ollices which
aro to bu used us draughting
rooms. J. N. S Williams will
bo in obarge of affairs thero but
ho will of course be subject to tbo
orders of the main houe. In the
future, nil details iu connection
with mill houses nud contracts
will bo nttended to iu tbo Brower
All of the exteusivo buildings
aud the mn'erial to the con-true-tioti
of the new shops iu Kakaako
will bo here in tin c mr-e of
about four months. Iu a recent
letter, tbo management received
the information that the W. F.
Babcock had just left New York
with nil the buildings nud mnto
rials aboard, the wliiil" cou-igu
raeut amouutiug to 2 ))() tons.
The work on the foundations
for tbo buil litus are now being
pushed ns rapidly as possible by n
large number of skilled workmou
so that, up ui the arrival of tin
various patt-i, liny cau be put in
At the prop-r tiain, a large
number nf smi tur.l i lectors nnd
others skllbaf incii will com- f.oin
the Slst-M for tin purpno of put
ting the inw hI'iv lotf'iher.
From !. !. Hrntll.iril.
A letter from C. S Bradford,
formerly of this city, dated Ma
nila, August 20, Aud received by a
frond Ibis morning states that the
wrilor would stnrt nnotber mws
pnpor iu about a fortnight. Evi
dently thero is a good opening in
i In Philippine capital for Mr ml
writes: "If you mo thinking of
o lining out write soon. I will
hnvo something good for you to
Chief .,,ir .i,,., YritHin.
Chief Ju-t'U' and .Mrs. dud I
left on the 0 iptio this nfternonu
for Clifton Springs, N. Y. They
nroHCCompani.d b tho renin who
are returning to -eh-. o in theEi-t
While iu San Francise i the pirly
will st ip at the flo el Richelieu.
Cninimljfti in ll.rn I,, Oct. Hit.
Washington, August IS i. Soun
or E.kins was in the eitv Tnday
To a Chronicle correp indent he
said: "'i make a prediction thai
the Philippine insurrection will
bo at an end by Jm.uarv. I am
confilont of tun l'lio Filipinos
wh are in rebelli n will bo erush
ed and will make no in ro trouble.
I'ho campaign is to bu wnuxl to
Inntlesniv nfter tun miMill.. nf
Stenmors Waial.-ale a d James
Mnkee Bail for Kauai tomorrow
Iu the Polico Court this fore
iiooti Kaha was sentenced to lo
days imprisonment at hard labor
f'ir assault and buttery on n
Six thnii'nnd Japineso will nr
rive in Uonnlulu bv the next few
steameis from ihe Oriont. Tho
aredeHtined for tin augar plant.
ntioiis in coutract laboretB.
A Ohiueso boy was run over by
a Chinisii hack on Mauuak-i.
street this morning. He bad hi
arm, shoulder and a rib broken
Tho bov was attended to by Dr
Howard at the Government dis
Has 251 Animals and Stores for Soldiers In
Philippines- Hade Trip In 9 Days
Lieut. Dorcy In Command.
The U. S. A.T. Lclauaw, Cap
tain Storm, arrived from San
Frnncinco this forenoon, having
sniled from that port September 2
a few bourB before the Doric.
She will remain here nbout ten
days beforo proceeding to Manila
for tho purpose of giving the 251
horses aboard n cliauco to t-trotch
their limbs nt tho pastures in
The military ollicor in charge
aboard tbo Leolauaw is Lieut.
Ben Holladsy D ucy of tbo Fourth
Cavalry. The other officer is Dr.
Friuk Telnmoro, A. A Surgeon,
U.S.A. Dr. Diete ie ilnvoterN
unry surgeon in chsrgo of thjj"
horses. C. barlow is Li-'ut.
D.ircy's clerk. Iu addition to
thene moil there are aboard fifteen
privates of the Fourth Cavalry
aud seventeen civilian teunstore.
Besides the horses and bay aud
graiu aboard th" Leolnua-v, tbo
uold is hilo 1 w th stores tor lUQ
tioips in Manila.
The hora-B aboard are in ox
cellout couditiou nnd their quart
ers are cool nud clean. The men
under Lieut. Dorcy any he has
made it Ins sppoial work to boo
that the horses have wmted for
Li ut Dorcy is a member of tho
Pen and Pencil Club of L'tiila
mi .itrutticu iii:ir Tin: .Mii.i:v.
The unmitialiou by the Demo
crats of John It. McLean, Klitor
of the Ciuciuuuali Euq nror as
Governor of Ohio, briugs up many
interesting rutnitiirceuceH to Dr.
J. 8. McGrew, tho father of an
nexation. Dr. McQrow's father and broth
er started the Cincinnati Enquirer
which is recngniz-d as one of tho
greatest now-paprs of the Count
ry. Tho doctor 'Mid politics" in
Ohio with McLean's fat nor nnd
John .MuL-nu was a collage ma(9
of L'wis McGrew.
"Hut I'm not n Dem icrit'1 ro-mark-d
the dnoioi, "I belong to
the old tim-; t'n anrnx-iti in Dc
mocrnt I waiit no anti xpatniuu
Demociacy in mine ami mi i w'ould
nev-t have found J dm MoM'nn'a
failier ruuniiig fir Hich on tho
platform, his .-on ha' nc.- pt.'d.
.liny lll.c iiillniii. It,
For Boaie tune pn-t it has been
the habit of tio B iird of II allh
to aetid tho Port lliyioiaii or his
ns-ihtnut lo the vaiious n uiRporti
from Sin Friuiuiscn on account o(
the small pnx in tint end other
Ooaht ports This will probably
bo ilii-continued now as smallpox
has coa-eil. Tue maM-i will ha
corihidereil nt u m-eti t of tho
Hoard of Health Wednesday aftof
a rust cnApt crcam or .nrn rawoci
Highest Honors, World's Fah
Oold Medal. Midwinter Fair
AtnM Ittl.liii; 1'mrd -r rnnlalalng
alum. 1 Mi') urv Injui -.uua to limltt
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taii.Arfj,:RSl5k f. i'JS'TF' Vfci, i vp RJ"(.un'i' i
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