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Vol. YIT. No. 1328.
DEATH OF AGNES KALUA
Wailuku, 8opt. ig, Agnes Nn.
nehiwalani Kalua, the beloved nnd
only daughter of Judge and Mrs.
J. W. Ealan, died at Wailuku last
Tuesday morning, September I2,of
inflammatory rheumatism. She
was taken sick last May and ehe
has been in bed ever :inoe.
The funeral services were bol'J
at Kaahumanu ohuroh on the fol
lowing day. Rev. E. G. Bookwith
of Haiku conduoted tho services.
Tho large ohuroh was Oiled to
overflowing with frionds, relatives
and acquaintances, of tho young
lady. Tho gallery was crowdtd
with school children from tho
Waikapu, Waiheo, and Wailuku
government eohools who turned
oui iu a boily with their teachers
to pay their last tribute to the
memory of tho deceased. Tho
eohool children ffoin St.Anlhony's
Catholio school under brother
Frauk also atteuded in a body.
A ohnir consisting of Mrs. W.
A. McKay, Mrs.Heapy, Mrs. Ogg,
tho Misses Sohollz, Miss King,
and Messrs. M. Kauhimabu and
H. M. Pot-poo sang several ap
propriate huinns at tho church
and also at tho. grave. The pall
boarers were: Senator A. N. Ke
poikai, Col. Jnth Riobardso'n, Col.
W. H. Cornwell. Sheriff L. M.
Baldwin, Geo. Hons, Kaloi Ka
baulelio, Henry Robinson, Sam
Kalama J.T. Aluli, E H. Ropers,
and district magistrates McKay
and Kaleikaut The coffin mado
of beautiful koa with eleven lin
. inga, was bjrno from tho hoarse
to tho chu.ch by deputy sheriff A.
N. Hayselden and W. H. King,
D. Orowoll and W. E. oaffery,
ropruseuting tho police depart
ment of Maui. Tho funeral
procession was declared to bo
the largest ovorsBon in Wailuku.
The long funeral proeoseion wrb
in charge of Messrs Tom Olarko
and J K Kahookelo.
Ague's Kalaa was born in Wai
luku .Marob 27, 1875 anil was there
fore '21 years, 5 uionthB and IG
days old at her doath. Her early
education Was received at East
Maui Seminary (Mauuaoln). For
about one year she was at the Ka
m eh ura elm Girls' Sohool, and last
Ootober Bho returned to Wailuku
as her health was failiug
"Nu'ne," as she was known hero,
was of a sweet and amiablo dis
position n good conversationalist
which lovely characters mado her
many friends who all mourn
her early demise.
THE STAKE BOAT CAPSIZED
' ; Charlie Williams and a native
who put tho Waikiki stake .boat
. in position for Saturday's yacht
races had. a narrow escape from
drowning on the way out to the
turning point Saturday morninc,
When nearly nt the anchorage a
breaker was shipped and tho boaf,
wuicn oau a neavy auonor aboard,
wont to tho bottom like a atone.
The men oaoh grabbed an oar
and started for shore. After a bard
struggle of ovor half an hoor the
;. men landed almost tuckered out.
All old Oharlio saved woro. the
oars and a small dog which is hia
constant and faitbfn'.iattoudant.
The old man returned to town and
got nuothr, boat from Capt. Bill
Williams of tho lighthouse.
Oharlio is glad ho escaped with
his life but is bemoaning tho joss
of his only boat an anohor and a
-: lot of line.
The yachstmen will probably
nee that the old man is reimbursed
for his .oss in their service
w . Tonight Mr. Hamilton Hill the
' , ? - .'young Australian baritone, will
'-'..rS. tntte uls'nrat aDDfiaranne In ninn.
; . t .. w ...r . .
-siosong. Jttill has just closed a
successful season st tho Sydney
'Tivoliaud should prove a draw
; .not only to old colonials resident
'here but also tho local public.
"Tho' Stage Struck Ynukoo"
will bo the opening farce. For
full particulars of program see ad
on page 8'
DREYFUS" FOUND GUILTY
Nations In a Fermtct Ofer Decision of
Imprisonment for Ten Years Fight Will te
Hade to Have Him rardontd Boy-"
colt on the Exposition.
Tho court-martial at Ronnes bv
a voto of 5 to 2 declared Captain
Owin to extonuating circum
stances his punishment 'was fixed
at ten years' imprisonment.
He has already sorved five vears
in a cell, which counts as double
time; hence it is ozpected that ho
will bo. roleased almost at once.
Unless pardoned, Dreyfus with
in eight days must submit again
to tho terriblo ooremonv of Dublin
Chicago, Septombor 9. A cablo
to the Chicago Tribune from
Renues says: 'Iho Iragedy- is ond
rd. For a second timo Alfred
Dreyfus has been pronounced
guilty of treason and sentenced to
lujpneuuuiuui. for a second titno
he must dubs throuuh tho ordnnl
of degratiun. Thoeceuo of Janu
nry 16, 185)5, is to bo repated with
tuis uitioreuce: xuis ItmeDroylus
is to bo nurilllnrl in Hiunrnn.i hn.
foro' tho Tenth Army Corps nnd
mou irausieriecl, not to a barren
island in a tropical sea, but to n
fortress on the Ooutinontnl tnrri.
tory of the Republic.
Mmo. Dreyfus, while prostrat
ed witu Uriel when buo learned of
iho result, lias lost nono of her
courage- oho will make a final
appeal to Jf resident Jjoubet, and
that failing, she will claim her
rights under French lawtolharo
her husband's imprisonment.
Tho verdict has beeu received
here iu, Renues with unexpected
calmness. Tho army is, of course,
jnbilaut, and the Dreyfusards do-
proasou, um aside from a few
scuflles thoro has bot'n no real
Violence. At 11 o'clock tnnin-hl
largo crowds of people friendly to
the army are on tho streets, shout
ing "Vivo rurmeol" cheering tho
ollicers and ainuinc? thn Unr.
seillaise." There aro many shouts
or "jjown wiui UioJuws," but so
:ar tue exuberance of tho anti-
DfOvfu'Urda ia wasted in lirnntli
and has not led to blows.
London, Soptomber 10. With
tho exception of tbo Jo6uit organ
in Rome and the anti-Semite
papers, the press of the whole
world is ringing with execrations.
Even the Rujsinu press joins in
the chorai, 'although perhaps the
Jews are nowhrre moro hated than
iu Russia. The judges are every
where desoribed as criminals and
gloomy speculations are indulged
in as to what future is iu store for
The Gorman prcsj is especial
indignant, tho Natioual Zeituug
remarkinc thai "vnn )li hi-ni
enemy of Franco could not have
wisueu wuat nas Happened."
Papers of all ratiotinlitipn fnll
in with the idea of boycotting the
Weather fine but hot; no rain.
A runt OIUfE CRCAM Of TARTAR POWDtl
,i I.. . ,h tH
Hlirhcst Honors; World's Fk
Oold flledhl, Midwinter Fait
Avoid llalilntr rninleri contalalna
alum. They aro Injurious to liealtl
l iy ur
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1899.
FLAGS FOR HAWAII'S SCHOOLS.
"Loynlty to tlic Government Is oup National creed. We
follow, ult of utslonc f lag". It lyinbollzc our purposes and
our aspirations; It represents what we believe uml what
wcnuilntalnt and wherever it floats, it Is the f loji of the
free, tho hope of the oppressed and wherever It Is ussatlcil.
ut any sucrlflce Itlwlll be curried to u triumphant peace.
President McKlnlcy. f
I lie U. A. K. Hag Committee met In the Waverly Club Rooms Satur
day evening and organized by electing Wm. McCandless, President, James
Copeland, Secretary and W. L. Eaton'. Treasurer. The committee Is to
continue, until the work of placing thf National Flag on all the Public
Schools of HawalHis completed. Subsiplptlon lists will be In the hands of
every member of,the Committee. I
A Popular Subscription) List wjlltbe at Jhe public's-dlsposal at the Evri
NING BUI LHTIN, ollice. The thanksjof the Committee was extended to
the EvnNING!B-LLETIN..for Itsllgftierous offer which was gratefully
Subscrlptlonlllsts will also befoundiat thefollowlngl places: Bishop &
Co's.iBank, Sprecltel's BanU.JBahk'nf Hawali.Plrst American Bank.Castle
&ICooke, Gear Lanslngl & Co, E.,Q.Hall:&:Son. Pacific Hardware Co,
Benson, Sir.ltlu Co, Wall Nichols Co, Hawaiian INews Co, and T. G.
All monleslfromIthe.'iaboveiilstslwifl be p.ild over to the treasurer wtio
will deposit the.funds In the Bank ofJHawall subject to draft signed by the
president and secretaryon the.appruval of the committee. Subscription
lists .will also be sent toi comradesf the Postt Hllo, Kau, Pala and
Kauai. No other lists twill be circulated except by express order of the
I. i .: i..i.t u ...nn . . . . .
n is C3UUI.UCU.UI.U H wiui require
as desired. A committee consisting
and Cook was appointedlto Interview
ot tnedty, wltliaivlevvilto allowingithe pupils toj circulate Jsubscrlptlon
lists ofjtheir own anddevotctheifimdsl they obtalnIto,thei:Flag fundjas
tney may uesire. W
ii:The llag committee conslstslof1,lVm.VicCiiiJ!e, W. L. lEaton, 'jas.'T
Conmand Pred Sherman.
The;next meetingjof the-commltteeirkvlll-bjlihsldlin the Waverley Club
rooms'Monday tlie 25th, at which tlmelltiiisjiiopij that reporU willibe
sufficiently favorable.Stol warrantilmmeJlatelpre,viratlo.is for r.ilslngi the
first Schoolhouse.Plag.ln Hawaii.
THE BULmriN acknowledges the 'receipt of a letter of tlianksfrom
Kvrptnrv rjinlinil nf thl Pl.ioir-j-nmtif.. u i.fi. i ..-n. ...
scriptlon llstiat Its office, on King
list with f 50,
f. The lists are now opened forsubscrlntlonsamnuntlno tn trm nrtnnntc 1
THE ROOKE WILL CASE
Tho Supremo Court called its
Septombercalendar this morning.
Justices Whiting and Frear with
Judge Stanley woro presont.
Tho Rooke will case came up as
the first business and went on
this afternoon. It will .probably
hn nnnnlnrlnrl Inmnrrnw. Tim nuta
is an important one involving as
it doee land belonging to the
DishoD Estatoand Queen Emnln's
Estate. There are two distinct
contests involved in tbo one case.
Tho action of Oreswoll Cbarlos
Eeane Rooke is ono, and a con.
test betwoen tbo Bishop Estate
and tho Queen's Hospital Trus
tees is tb'o other.
The controversy is all ovor tho
construction of tho will of Thomas
Charles Bryde Rooke who adopt
ed daughter Queen Emma W2e.
Tho conlost is brought by 0. C.
K. Rooke, the nephew and God
son of the testator and ono of the
bonnfioiariea iu the will.
The default in the oase of Loef.
tier vs. Tho Falama Co op, Gro
cery was this morning opened by
Judge Stunloy and ' defendants
given thr je days within which to
to file answer.
NOT PAST IN LlUIIT WEATHER.
New York, September 7. In a
breeze ranging from five to aevon
knots an hour Sir Thnmaa Tjintnn'a
.ouolleoging yacht Shamrock took
" iwoioyiu iouay onoanay
Hook. V,Thn Hlinmrnnlr fnA.,n
to Sea for nearly an hnnr nncinn
Bbeets at timeB and shifting light
sails, bnt at no time did sho do-
VeloD the Drnat nnAod nro(litil in
her in former trials. In fact, ebo
seemed not to bo a success hs a
light weather boat.
Reaped Its Reward.
ai leist jjooo to cirrv out the work tSS
jot Misvs. McCiiiJIsh, La Pierre
'the teachers of the different Schools J
street. . !Hon. P. C. Jones liei:l th.. VT
street. .;Hon. P. C. Jones heads, the W
Cornelius Vandorbilt the Now
York multiraillionairs died, snd
deuly iu New York'oily, Sept! 12
ALASKA UOUNUAItY METTI.KD.
Washington, September C.
Thero has been a dofiuite agroe
ment between tho United States
and Groat Britain respecting the
Alaskan boundary and
. . ,
UUuuuUOUjut vuiy nwftin n reply
to notes sent to Great Britain by
s.i. a .. . J
&S57 VtJT ?JK "S!1'
UrODOiitlOnB. This iufnrmntin..
comes from tho hinhnst Aiithnritv
The temnorarv boundary linn, nn
nnr ,1 .' -I !..! .- ..'...;
-K.-iw uuuili 10 OIIKIHI Y iu iitvur
01 uanaan. xuo dominion gains
at low miles of snow and ice
of snow and ice. but
every poiut contended for by
Secretary Hay has been gninod
and no concosaionn lm hnnn
""" "' iuui.udoiuuB IlliVu IJtzVlI
made that will be objected to'by
j .w..u..M,p Aiuvuunu
Cowboy Uitnil In I'liimit Mqnnre.
The band of tho 31th Iufanry,
tho "Cowboy Band," will iive a
concert in Emma Squaro, begin-
ning at 7:80 o'clock this ovoning.
Permission was Ankerl fnr .....i
granted this msrnirg. Tho band
iii question is from ftio Transport
Columbia and is made up almost
entirely of cowboys. Tho bacd-
miBter would liko In onf nnmn mn.
sioi:ns from town to help his men.
Janlt Wlldr flat. Hi. i i.e..
Oakland; Sept. 11. Jamen Aus
tin Wilder' of Honolulu, brother
of Mrs. Helen WihW.nrnfr' an.
cured a license today to wed Miss
oaran vrignt Harncloa, a charm-
mg anil OBtiinablo young lady of
AlaiUtda. Mr. .WihWn nan ta
givon as 21 years nud over, while
tho bride.to-bo has jnst passed her
WILL EXPEND $10,0,000
Wbat Minister of Interior Was Today
Authorized to 'do.
Half lor Sewerage and Half for Harbor Impow-
ments-Hllo Railway Co. Mailers A. S.
At a meeting of tho Cabinet this
forenoon the Minister of the In-
orior was authorized to exnend
tho following from tho Loan Ap-
Sewerage 8 f0,OrO
Harbor Improvements.. fCU)0O
Total S 1C0.GC0
Tho most of tho timo of the
meeting was takan un with tho
consideration of matters in which
no decisions wero reached.
Tho representatives of tho Hilo
Railway Co. and tho rival nnimm-
ny wilt meet the Executive toito.
row forenoon in n special seaiiou.
At the mpptiiw. fliiu fnmnn,.n tlin
application cf tho Hilo Railway
uo. lor terminal land on Dio Bay
and near tho Wailoa river, whs
discussed. No decision waa reach
Ono of tho most iinnorinnt mnt
ters that came nn tnr'rrmaiflHr..-
tion was tho instructions of A. S.
Hartwell as Hawaii's unollicial
representative at Washington.
rresuiout iJole stated that the
nature of the discussion on thmo
instructions was confidential ro
that nothino nnrtnininn ilmmin
could very well be givon.
CO.NDKMN PKtUl. llAHIIOH I.ANII.
Washington, Sopt, 8. Admital
Bradford, Chief of the Bureau of
Equipment, and General Wilson,
Uuiet of Engineers, havo been
oousulting respeotiug the improv
omcut of Pearl Harlor, Hawaii,
with a viow to tub establishment
of a naval Htatiou thre,np directed
by CongrebS. An unexpected and
serious obstacle to thooecution
of the nroieot linn lm.ili nnnnnntnr.
ed in the shape of refractory roul
Having exhausted all otbor pro
per mothods, tho officials have de
tenninod now to proceed to ao
nuiro th? necessary landn tlirnni.li
condemnation proceedings, having
Satisfied IhomRplvAn Hint this nm
bo accomplished through tho Ha
"(no" idud net nicy tjitiuu luiiny.
Death of J. C.
J. O. St:ow for
rmnlnvA of thn Wihlnr HI.vol.!.,
'.- j-. jv .. .uv. .. ..i.u. WIVUIUDUip
Company ai chief .engineer ot th
Ji.inau, mea at me uaeen'B jaospi
f.l hoi. typhoid fever this mo,Pn
Kinau, died at the Queen's Tlospi
log. Mr. otrow (as n member o
tbo Knights of Pylhieij nnd Ma
Nfiwnort l"R. 1.. Hnntnmliar 0
James B. Eustis, Eiiibnespdor to
franco-during the second Cleve
land administration and formerly
TTtlltofl fltntao Uannlni. iprxm
I wut.vu viuikD vQU(u iri11'
Louisiana, died at ills ounimJ
uouio in mis citv nt o o'clock n
night of pneumonia
Admiral Dewey has Bailed from
Gibraltar for ew York. Rear
Admiral Sampson will command
tho lleet'that wolcomea'Dowey.
Liout Poarv's shin linnrntnrnnil
III fortune attended the trip.
Tho British India rrnvprnmnnt
has declared gold1 the legal tender
Donutv Sheriff Fanonf nf Run
was up on business today.
J. A. IlaBBlncor. Chief Clnrlr nf
tho Interior Ollice. is once morn nt
his desk. Though still a little
nnder the weather be is getting
matters that have piled up int"
shape again. ,1
A native emnlovod Tr.n thn nlln
driver fell from the., derriflr nnd
was probably fatally injured about
3 o'clock today.
Tho Columbia eaves for Mani
la this afternoon with lU'nVlv fir n
of the uow 31th Regimen', V S V.
FLAG over tire
School Houses oh,1
these islands. w
was a laudably
PitiOB 5 Oknts.
HEALAN1S WIN 6ARGE RAGE
By Excellent Work From Start Back to
Complete fetalis of Rfgatla Day Evenla Cladji
Queen of Fleet or Yaebts Bonnie Dundee
tFrom Sondiy' Eilrj.)
No Regatta Day snn ever bean:
;1 n moro brillinu' Myrtlo reh and
no sky ever ehown a moro victori
ous, uproarious. eatiHfactnrr Hm.
Htii blue, no Regatta Day oimb:
lation of heaven nud earth was
moro to tho mind of the crowds
out for n day's pleaHtiro than did
-at of Saturday when the wholo
town occupied tho water frout for
tho Igge6t part of tho day.
lhere waB ao unavoidable delav
in tho starting of the day's races.
ThO tlllihoat look thn itlllirna' nun.
toon to lis position nud thero loft
her. It Was uot lnmr hpfnrn thn
aucbora drncjed, taking tlie pon-
inoii 100 ciose jp tne ijonuox. At
llbollt 10. o'clock, till) till. Imnlnil
alougsido again and righted mat
terH. Bill Larsen had tried to ac
complish the.' task with his nnort
iug launch but, with wind and
tide and ,tie weight of thapon
toon againat him, ho' win nimble
to do much,
TIlO M Oil II 111 111 mill Pilnl linnt
were the onlv ouen tlmt turup1 nn
for tho first raco. The start war
a good one. At tho lighthouse,
tho latter waa a litlli iilu;ul- Pmm
theio, out around tho spar buoy,
mo rao was a vory close ouo, the
tho pilot boys haviug llio advant
ago of more tnmcle nnd practico
and Iho Monnalna crew of a light
er boat and apoon ,arB. It was a
different story coming home.'Tho
Motualua boys did, their work
well, pulling fnr nlipad of their
oppnuents and tinihiug woll iu
iMmiualna wint--Time, 18 min.
utpfl, 10 sertnnda. First prizo,
$30; second S10.
It was llttiklant day ft far a the
hargo rnco wont, and tha.wuarura
of tho blue aud whito moiled nud
looked gay. They aro good loos
er, but bolter winnors. After tho
raoe tho crowd at thn Ilealtni
house wero vory active. Thore
was lota ot motion. Tho orow
mot with a porfect ova'iou. Al
tho Myrtlo, honsj tho only action
was what the crowd got on thoir
nionoy. Six, lengths is a pretty
good -distance to mako up in a
mile and a half coursa, in the
whorl time of ono week. Th "Has
Beens"race wbb not rowci for
aorno 'en'sou or another, and the
freshman race was a w.alkaway
for tho Myrtle orew '
Tho event- 0I" 'be day, howover,
was tho bargo raw ami n race it
was from start to finnli.
At the start tho Healani orow,
which had tho. mnkai course,
jaugbt tli? wati-r ahead of tho
Myrtle, and at .Ijio lighthouse
their lead was one longjh. 'This
.listauce gradually lenghleued till
" ""r )n" .
.ho Uoalnuis bpgco in tarn.
.! ll,iivns.. B vo'y R l)00r t'"-". "d
the Myrtles fitiirted mil . ti. ,n
- - ...... .... uU u
lliril Oil Hhnnl nnm.1 ...... .1 .
inad.. ix dost beautiful turn. The
Ueulams wern nut ). ,.,:.. .
huet." and dur mfn tlm ,mri. .:.u
a will. All thu way up th uoursn
grann fitruupJe. At the
lighthouse tho Healanis tried for
a spurt, and lpgau oppniug up ju
n most Burptising way, winuing
y oersix lengths. Time, 12:27 'J-5
The crews woro both "cooked"
at tho finib, and both know they
had been in a raoe.
The "Old Timers' " race proved
a fizzle; much to the disappoint
ment of all interested, BntlT tbo
Hea,a!vand Myrtle orewe.were
it ilia titiMl(ilu.iiuir bnt'asSooVl
iH . 'r, f"r,uer B'iw that Tom King
nd H. Giles were iu tho My i tie
v.hl, thoy ohjectml n. d Hi ir ob
l'eliori )w siibtaiued. 4N moo"
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