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BULLETrWON THE RACE!
After the Progressive Bulletin, the Others Came First.
The News of the
By the Progres
sive Bulletin 24
HOtfRS ahead of
Races Given to
the Public -
Vol. VII. No. 1320.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 181)9.
Pbiob 5 Oentb.
F Hr .
EVERYBODY WILL BE OUT
To See Regatta Diy Races In Honololu
Changes la Hitler of h& and Order of
Races Thrto Classts of Yachts
All ibe Details.
All arrangements for tlio Regat
ta Day racoi tomorrow havp been
made and there is uothiug left
now but t: bave tboiu ruu off.
Th-re bave been quite n number
of cli'iuuea iu tbe program aud
tbe time of stnrtiug ot pneb event
his beu fl't. Tlio fiuishos oou
stitut atiotber story. Following
Is a lint of theolliceis of tlip day
as rearrauged by tlio Regatta
.lu'ges. Capt. Grifiilhs, GBpt
O..I Campbell aud Ohas. B. Qr.y.
Btarter. u. i. vinou.
Ti iih keepers. Louis Msrx, L
P. Sotr, A. U. Brock and Obris.
Cl tkofOonrse. J.W. Stnitliei
Regatta Com i ittee. W.C. Par
kp, H. E. P. Taylor and W. E
Reorders. J "W. Short and
Secretary. J W. Smithies.
Tim events will be as follow:
1. ll:80 a m. Five-oared wbalo
bott. Eutriee: Moanalua, FibIi
iuu lloat and Hnlnmua.
2. 10 a. in. Six-oared btiding
sent barge. Entries: Healauiaud
Myrtle- Healaui orew: Rlebnhn,
sir ike; Renear, 5; Rhode, 4;
Church, 3; Bois-o, 2, and Water
bome, 1. Myrtle: Sorenon,
stmke; S iper, 5j Rom, 4; Mtitin,
3; Lishraau, 2, aud Johnson, 1.
3 10 a. iu. Diving for time
by Kuaiwa. Op-Mi.
I. Sil-nare I nlidtug Meat bargp
("das liopn') Entries: Carl V
(H-alaui) and Alice M (Myrtle).
U-alani crew: A L 0 Atkin-ou,
0 W MacfarUue, L de L Ward,
Jin Spiucer, H A G-illngtier, J L
Lloy l aud 0 F Herrick, coxswain
M.rle: Chat Craue, A G M
Rnhivtson, Alex Lyle, Mirnhal
Brown, Jui Carter, J L Tor
b.'it mid W F Love, coxswaiu.
11 a. in First class yaoht
bjutrioa: Gladys uud Uoume
(j. 11:10 a. m. Seeord class
yacht, Eutries: Marion, Hawaii
7. 11:1") a. m. Six oared qig.
E irijs: Kauoelaui mid Kapiu
lani. t). 11:20 n,m. I 0 tnrdriswim-
niin i. cintries: Jas MuCandless
and Wm Kealnha.
!). 11:45 a. m. Six paddle
canoe. Eutriei-: Kakiako, Ala
Hnki Mku, Waikiki aud Liloa.
IU. 12:03 -Third cla-n yacht
Entries: Lady L, Vol'inte, Pokii,
Civile, Auliio Al, Myrtlo and
IutermiHsiou for liitiohpon.
11. 1:13 p m. Frojnrnon of
Ho'ilani and My i tie Boat Clubs.
12. 1:30 p. m -- Tub race.
13. 1:45 p. ra. IVo-oared
ebore Inat Twelve eutries.
11. 2:00 p. iu Diving contost.
Entiiod: Pua and Kuaivva.
15. 2:15 p. ra. Steamboats
contest. Fivo entries
10. 2:45 p m. Sailing oanoos.
17. Half railo swimming raoe for
trophy. Entries: Pua and Ku
aiwa, 18. Dingy raoe. Entries : U S S
Iroquois, Myrtlo and Red, White
It was decided by tho Rowing
Assoshtiou 1& '-it oveniug that tho
eix-oured Hlidin Bent senior barge
race ahould b'i over the spar buoy
course as desired by the Hoalauis.
The Myrtlos allowed their rivals
to bave their own way this year as
they have once or twice before.
'the Bonnie Dundee aud Gladys,
Bailing iu a class by themselves,
will Btait it 11 a. ra. sharp. A S50
cup will lie the prize. Tho owuers
of tlio yachts in the Becnud and
third olaoaes rofuBed to race for
oupa bo money prize mil on
Tho judgos pontoon will up
Flsced in tho sump old position,
nvitationn to newspaper mtu to
bo present on the Maud were is
Iho Has Bpen and Fn shmpn
crows nf the Myrtle and Flmlnui
crews will pull over the knuckle
INVOLUTION IN VHVIIZI'KLA.
Washington, S-pt. G. After an
unusually long period of pence
troublo has again appeared iu
Venzu'la aud a lpvoluiiou move
ment is now iu progress. The in
formation has come to the Slate
Department from au un fficial
source, but one believed to be
trustworthy. The extent of the
movement is not kumui here, but
as there have ho'n for some timo
pant rumors of di-conlcul, it would
tint lie surprixitig if t liirt last
manifestation nlinalil prove to be
of laryp propDrlimw.
U0EI18 OKNY IIHlTtHII HIOllTK.
Prptoria, 8ept. G. The latest
reply of tho TrauHvaal Republic
to the British deuiands hns bi'eu
published. In this reuly regret
is exproa-ed that thp proposa's of
Great Britain are uunccepttblo.
The TrauBvaal Government ad
raits Great Britain's rilttn under
the convention and international
law to prot ct bor subjects, bnt
denies a claim of suzerainty The
reply agrees to a further confer
ence regarding the franchise and
In yesterday's isBue it was an
nounced that last night's orches
tra would bo strengthened by'tho
addition of another piano. No
addition was made. Bulletin
cnlumua are ever open to the
hentldiug of freh attractions at
thtii uoubu hut it is equally zealous
that roidera be not mislead. Emit
Walton, the eccentric musical
cumediao, made a RUcaeBoful first
appearance. As a Dutch dialnuUt
who candidly admit bis "mis
took t" aud a nuiched pUjoron
th-. ennoertina and othtr instru-
ments th- homo acomdetl him a
hearty welcome. El Nino Eddie,
king of the boiiudini; rune, is a
Bomewtiht portly g"iitleman who
uaH pii'BPd lilos meridian. As a
poi former iu his class ho U un
doubtedly amlo and clever.
Though uot intended as such tho
audience viewed his "turn" from
a highly humorous staud-poiut;
poss hly a odauue of costume
would assist in it- olaxsiUoation.
Had the Bonuio Dundee been
freo from accidents Woduesday
nho would have come in about
nine minutes behind tho Glnihs.
Hi block at tho end of thoHpin
unker boom win the cauo of all
the trouble, causiuu rones to twit
and the sheet to do all kiudsof
queer thiunB. At the Pearl Harbor
strtko bout tuo spiuiiakec boom
broke iu two. President Dole is
having a uew mo made Bnd will
be very cn:fnl to Httao.u. the rope
directly to tho end of tho boom.
No more block for the Bonnie.
Krcplln to Jtlr, Conic,
A largo number cf people ga
thered in tho Y. M. O. A. hall last
bvoning to welcome A. J. Coates,
the now assistant seoretary. Tho
musical part of tho progrora was
as given iu tho Bulletin yester
day. The romarks of W. O. Weed
on wore very complimoutarv to
Mr. Goatee. At tho conclusion of
tho regular program there was a
receptiou during tho progress of
whioh refreshments were served.
Marshal Brown Btated this
morning that, if the body of tho
Chinese fisherman run down by
the Alameda was not found today
a Coroner's Inquest would be held
tomorrow to learn tho facts iu tho
THE HOUSEKEEPERS' LEAGUE
ODlcers Elected and Olhir Business
Transacted at Meeting Today.
Mrs. J. H. Soper Chosen President Letters
From Cooking- School Pttplo Read
Address By HlssHcCracken.
Tho first annual meeting of tbe
Housekeeper's LguPvf,win hld
in tun X. iu. U . tins toreiinnu.
Nparly all tho momherd were pro
split and an entliuiintic eeflfiiou of
tiutiuexs was th- re6iilt. Iho pre
sident, eecretary and tre-Burr
read their roport, showing the so
ciety in ilnurisbing circums auceo.
the election of ollicer-t rsnltod in
tlio .l"Ction of the following:
Mrs. J H. Soper, president,
Mrs. T. R. Walko', viee presi
Mr H. E Oileninn, secretary.
Mis. U-torue, trexrturer.
J. M. Downett, auditor '
Mrs W. O. Weedou, Mrs. O B.
Co. .per, Mrs. Widlifield, Mrs.
Lnuisson aud Mrs. F. W. Mtofnr
lane, b ard of dire 'tors.
Letterw from M-. Rirer of
Philadelphia, Mra. Riahards of
Boston, Mi Spring of the Drexel
Iastituto and directors of the Prait
Institute, expresiim tuei. opin
ions as to tho proper manner of
conducting a cookiug school and
offering valuable advice, wore
read aud discussed.
After this came a short addresB
by Mibj MaCraskon, on of ihe
new teachers at Eamehameha and
a lady eminently fitted to speak ou
the subject of conking schools her
nelf being a uradua'o of one of the
bet in the United States.
There wen twenty new names
added to the Hit at the meeting
SUGAR TRUST ON TOP
New York, Sept. 5. A deal
whereby the wholesale grooe.-a are
to purchaeo refiucd sugir ex
clusively of the American Sugar
Refining Company, otherwise the
sugar trust, bus practiot lly been
concluded. TIip following will b
printed in the Tribune tomorrow:
The sujar trust has ma li a
grand coup in the Buuar tra-le. B
its doal with the wholealo grocers
it ha ibao ut-ly cotnered lietween
80 and 07 per cut of the con
snmptivo demand. It has made
it an gieat an object to the whole--alu
grocers to riecuro their up-pli.-s
of it that thev li'iv.t no ioi
hou to buy from or treat with the
independent roSnerie. In fuel,
the trut has made it prtulicaHy
impoHBlble for ILh wln!rsapr in
hiiudlo tho product of indep nd
eut. Tin sugar trm: hi bargained
with the Nat-onal AHoci'itiou of
Wholemlo Grouurs iu order to
have all tliH wliol.'Hiiln groco'8 in
agreement with it The whole,
sale grpoirs control the retail
grocers, booamo wholesalers fur
uish tho retailers with thoir stock
of general gooiis, and likewise be
causo tho retailers rely upon tho
wholesalers for the credit n-ce
sary to carrying on their business
In othor words, tho retailors could
not ajlord to obtain their sugars
from independent refineries, oven
were independent rofinorios to
offor sugars to them at prioes
lower thau they could procure the
sugars from the wholesalers,
The position of the independent
refiners is now a desperate one.
The augar trust has thrown over
board Mollonhauer and the na
tional ooucerns with whioh it
worked in harmony before the
building of tho Arbucklo and
Doacher (New York Refining
Company) lofinerios. Tnoy am
in the same boat witli Arbuokle
OSS Mariposa Bails ut G p. m.
for San Francisco.
IN THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Matters Attended to at a Long Session
Orphcum Theatre Co. Wants Retail Llpuor LI-
censo Hitltr Rtktrtd To Mauhal Browu
Otter Mailers of Interest.
A long Be?sinn of the Executive
Contudl wb helil this forenoon
for tbe consiiloratiou of various
The matter of the amrndmeut
to the charter of the Hawaiian
Railway Co., the new corporation
that has taken hold of the Eobala
Railway, came up aud was thor
oughly difcusaed. A part of tho
amendment wa tho purchase of
took iu other corporations to au
amount less than tho majority in
any company will be allowed.
The clause in the contract per
milting the railway company to
own aud operate xteamers and
ruling vessel was objected to b
the Government, uoh a clause
having been disnllowid in Ihe
eae of other railway corporations
iu the Isltnd-i. The charter was
withdrawn for correction.
A light wiun and beer license
was gtauted D. McOnrriston for
The applicatiou of theOrpbeum
Theatre Co. to be allowed to
amend ith charter bo as to buy stock
au amount leas than a majority,
was grunted. Tho umendmout
allowing the orapany to run a re
tail bar in connection with the
theatre, was grated. The appli.
ca'tiiiii for a liueuso to run the bar
was not acted on but uos referred
to Martthal Brown.
The application of H. Haqk
feld & Co. for n holesale liquoi
license for Kailna, Eona wa
The application of W. R Castle
fur an exchango of 6 nores of
tantalus property for 2 82 acres
of- Fnroat Ridge property, was
u'r'Hit. d and the exchange author
TO DISFRANCHISE "NEGROES
Atlauta.G., September 2. Tho
Jouriml this afternoou publishes a
seiiMi'ional story from its special
Ciiire-poixleut, who han recently
lie. it in N irlh Carolina, ou, the
(iiinpugn coinmeni'Pil there by the
whi e peiplo. both Democrat" and
R-linldu-aiiH, io iliefrttnchi-o 10),
IK) yr.i voinr in th it state
Flirt Journal will saj : " Norlb
Carolina has jut eulerKl upi n
one ( f i Iih most eventful cam
ptiitiirt iu her history. It is a death
trnuulo between the Anclo Saxon
and die African, and wheu the
in k'nfhntth) will have cleaied
I" p ihlieal and ociit hupreiniiey
of thrt white nmn of North Caroli
im, fur tlio time an I for all time,
vill either be nbtoliUe ml I uiionu
dili iimI or elue nei.'ro dominntiou
will ngiiii iimuprrtu the Btate in
ig omiuy uild diegr.tco. The cam
piL'u is waged on a proposed suf
frnge iiinendrneiit to the Oouititu
tion, submitted to the p oplu by
the Irnt Legislature It was de
signed for tho single purpose of
eliminating tlio uegro as a politic
al factor, and it is a uotablo fact
that tho educational qualification
enjoiiied on tho uegro is uot ex
pected of the white man. It is uot
intentiod that nn Auglo-Saxou
shall be disqualified,
" Every person of elicible one.
who applies for reistration, for
instance, must be ublo to read and
write any Boution or sections of tho
Federal Constitution. Under this
clause 100,0l'0 incompetent negro
voters iu North Carolina will be
forever barred from the polls.
" But tho ignoraut whito votors
and there are perhaps thousauds
of them oin enter through an
other gate. Seoliou 5 providos
that any lino tl descendant nf any
voter in this couutry prior to 18(57,
hall bo entitled to vot , whether
ho ciu reud and write or not."
DEATH WAS BY ACCIDENT
Result of Marshal Brown's Investigation
at Uannla, Oahu, Yesterday.
Chinaman In Question Was An Oplam Flecd
Ran Away From Officers and Fll
Down Stttp Embankment.
Marshal A. M. Brown returned
from Hnuiila last evening after
having been absent a couple of
days making an investigation into
the tecent 'death of a Chinaman
at that phice whoae body was
found in a neighboring stream
and whose friends accused n po.
lico oracer of tho district of
having (-truck over the
head, thus cau'lug him to fall in
and drown. Soon this forenoon,
Marshal Brown said:
"I hove msdo a very careful
iicmiry iuto this matter aud find
that Iho complaints of tho friends
of the deceased as made to their
Coimil are not sustained by the
" t'ho old Chinaman who fell
iuto tho stream was an opium
fiend whno placo had alroud.v
been raided several times. I
learned from his own brotbor that,
ou the uigut iu question, when
tho olliccru made their last raid,
tho old follow hud been smokiuu
opium aud was lying in bis bed
in a Btupeued condition.
"I learned further that when
he found tho police were in the
house bo was so badly frightened
that he ran away as fast as his
lens could carry him.
"Fuo police deny having fol
lowed iho man as they did not
know tho direction he had gone.
Instead of having been clubbed
In-one of the ollioers I think the
Chinaman was o frightened tnat
1m did not know just whore In
wiih going At all oveuts, the
place where he fell ovor is above
iheetroim to that in falling he
could easily have been stunned
aud then tolled into tho drep
water. I feel perfeotly satisfied
that the death wxs accidental.
"Ouo of the city papers made a
grpat fu-s about tho delay of the
Corojn t'rt jury in t.ho matt-j f
reud. ring a verdict. Asa matter
of ri.c', tho jury met at lOoVloidc
nu Ihe morning nf tho fludhiu of
the liely and rendered its verdict
about u hour later. There doee
not hi em to bo very muah delay
about th it."
NY 'UNlsri'.ll MOTT-llliril.
Miuirtter M 'If. Smith asked Io
tby that the BuLLUTIN rorrt-ct a
niis-tHlenient Hindu in this morn
ing's paper iu toward to tho name
of tho hohnol iu tho Pnlamudis
liict, mil the action of both tin
Execii'ivo and tho Commissioners
..f Eliu'iitiou. Slid Mr. M.itt
S-nitti: ' tho Executive chne
tho muiio of Kaiulani for the
school in thu Piilnma district
early in April, iu view of tho in
terest of ihe FriucPBB or that
namo in such mattorB. I took a
copy of the action to thp Com
missioners of Education, and the
action was adopted without din
mission, this was nil that was
done, aud thero wao no question
whatever as to tho authority of
the CommisBinnors to change tho
nnine from Pnlaraa to Kaiulani.
there .never was but ono name,
uud tho uamo Kaiulani."
ArtUt Horrliiif.r VIMtor.
Peirro M. Boeringer, artist for
tho Siu Franoisoo Call and tho
New York Herald during tho
Spauijh-Ameiicau war in the Phi
li pin es. came to tho oity in tbo
Alameda. Mr. Booringer passed
tlirouL Honolulu lp.st year ou his
vh) to Uio front whoroho uphold Iiib
roputatiou as an aolivo and tun
cessful newspaperman, II" i
now visiting Honolulu in tho in -toreat-3
of tho Paris Exposition,
The Hawaiian Automobile Co.,
Ltd., orRanled at a meeting of the
subscribers held yesterday. The of
ficers for the year were elected and a
fiftten per cent assesment was call
j cd upon the stock which Is all sub-
t scribed. Th pipers asking for a
charter have not yet been filed and
: the officer are not made public ex-
ij ccpt W. H. Hong who Is to be sec
retary, r. M. Hitch is attorney for
tne new organisation. "l
Colonel Gonrge Dell tho United
States Consul General at Sydnoy
i a through passenger ou the Ma
riposa for Sm Francisco, whence
he will extend his travels to Phila
delphia. The Colonel will re
main iu the States for neveral
month after which ho return to
resume his duties iu Ausirslm.
Since tbe Maripn3a sails fot
thp Coast at 0 o'clock this evening,
the Colonel i improvinu the
short stop in this port by seeing
what ho can of Houolulu with a
party of friends.
Colonel Bell's friends in Amor
ica have long been urging bim to
make a visit home, but preying
duties and many interettts iu Aub
tialin have tended to postpone tho
Colouel's home going from time
Sun Sing a Ohineseduck ranoh
cr of Waikiki made his appoaran
co at the Police Statiou ubaut noon
today with a dog in a basket and
a small pig in a most battered
condition. The dog and the
hiiihII porker had had a
dilliculty aud the "p'laa" got very
much the worst 'of it. llu diod
shoitly after renchiuii ho station
house, 'the dog was 1 oked up
but uo charue lm yet hoeu lodg
ed aoaiust him. A coronerls juiy
will probably be e.lled.
The tenders fur an addition to
tho Insano Asylum won) opnnod
thU mnriiing! i'li ' eueos-fal
bidder was H. F. HertlufUrtuu,
who was swarded the ooutriot.
Following is tho li-t of bidders
and their bid-: Lucia Bro- 82,
7!)3; V. t. I'at), l87; Allierl
Tra-k, S.'GOO; Oahu Lumber
Building C, $19 M)i,J, A. Butter
Hld. Si-ilitll; N.'f. 32(ii:-5 and
H. F. Bertlomann, 8231)3.
C. E. Moore, the soldier eh ngd
w'uh piiB-ing ciiufeili'iato hills on
a Cliiuaman is up in the Polios
Court (hit, afternoon. I begnu al
It . in. Upiu. P,tlnrinii of Bat
tery A is deluding Mo re and a
lr.o nuinher nt old is, na wall
as aurgon Wood Imv - u'r
been on th" stnud D nti Mar.
-hat Chiltingw-ith ir aecniiug.
The huhling hh,oii iu tbo Isl
a dB brgiuo todav. A I irge num
ber of hunters will uo o tlo ftuin
try districts ofthinida d n'nor
row, romnining over uu''! Mou
day morning. Quit (t , ,'nbor
will go to Waiidua.
A PURE CRAPE CREAU OF InRTAR POWOt
dold Medal, iu&f,m-? Fnlo
Avoid llnliln;; I'oivil -ru oontnlaln
Rlain. 1 hey uro luJurWua to health
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