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Vol. VII. No. 1332.
HONOLULU, H. I., TEIDAT, SEPTEMBER 22. 1899.
PlilOE ti OlSKTfl.
MLflAJmM H lillJCM
LA PALOMA YS GLADYS
Interesting Race to Start From Light
house Tomorrow Afternoon.
V .' Actual Tims to Ba Taken at Lighthouse -Wl
Arrive la Lahalna Early Sunday Morning
-'.--.. An Hour's Rest.
Tho yachts La Faloma nnd
Gludys will start ou their rnco to
Lnhainn and return about 2 o'
clock tomorrow afternoon. Tho
start will be made Boniowhoro
neat tbo Pacific Mail wharf but
tho actual timo of caoh yaoht will
bo taken on passing thelighthonse.
, Tho two yachts will then bo
'fairly off to Lahaina. It is cal
culated by oraok ynolitsmon of the
city that, with a fair breezo and
under ordinary circumstances, tho
yaohtp, or uuo of them, should
arrivo at tho steamer buoy, off
Lahaian at about 4. o'clock Sunday
A. waiting the yachts 2t the buoy
will be a police officer in a boat
to toatify im to whioh arrived first,
should thero bo any diaputo.
Tho yaohta will rest for an hour
and will thuu hturt off again for
homo from the nuohornco at the
It is calculated that, with tho
samo circumstances as those
mentioned above, the yachts, or
one of thorn, Bbould arrivo nt the
epar buoy, the finish, in tho
neighborhood of 4 o'clock Sunday
The signals arranged for upon
tho arrival of the yachts at tho
Lahaiuu buoy a'ro as follows: La
Palomo, 1 guu aud 1 rocket;
Gludys, 2 gnus and two rockets
If it should happrn that tbo
yachts do not arrive brick until
night time a niuu will bo postod
at the spur buoy tnd tho same sig
nals as those announcing the ar
rival at Lahaina, will be mado.
The Helono, with Fred Whituoy
at tho holm, will acoompauy the
yachts for tho purpose of learning
tne courso ami respective sailing
Jualities of the Gladys and La
Mr. Whitney nsled yesterday
to be allowed to enter tho race but
the owners nf tho Gladys and La
Faloma agreed that, sinco tho race
is only between thorn for a cup.tho
Helone should be barred out.
Both Mr. Maofarlano and Mr.
,'Hobron stand ready at any timo
after tomorrow's raoe to try con
tusions whh tho Helen e.
WAS KNOCKED BHNSKLESfcl,
jl-A Portuguoso laborer was
"T'knooked senseless on the Irmgard
wharf this foronoon whilo in the
act of lifting some bags of ferti
lizer from a pile near the lower
end of tho wharf in close proximi
ty to where tho bark Diamond
Tho mon in tho vessel referred
to woro very busy discharging bay
and grain. Tho Fortugueso did
-,'- not seo a sling of hay swinging
out aud was struck full in the
.back and neck.
This knocked poor follow over
on somo pipes and his face was
out quite badly, Ho was stunned
and did not recover BuUioiontly to
" apeak coherently until after the
arrival of Oaptaiu Farker of the
police and a couplo of trusties
with a stretcher. Ho wab finally
sent homo in a hack. Thoro were
no bones broken but tho bruises
i are bad.
'-W.v.- Deputy Marshal Ohillingworth
' '., t-: ;. mado a raid on Oandido Garoia's
, '',; plaoe ou Funohbowl last night
. ;. ' and arrestod the proprietor on the
'' : charge of selling spirituous liquor
, . . without a license. In tbo Police
Oourt thia forenoon Garoia plead
ed guilty and was fined $150 and
costs which was immediately paid.
Dr. Posey, spfoinlist for Eye,
: ' Ear, Throat and No.iodisoases and
&, . Catarrh. MasonioTemplo.
PEARY IS WELL HOUSED
Will Continue His Polar Jonrney Hcxt
Sent Baek Several Greeley Expedition Records
Peary Club Members Honored by
Syduoy, 0: B., Sept. 12. Tho
Penry Arctic Club's chartered
stoamer Diana arrived hero to-day
from Etah, North Groonland,
August 23, with all well on board.
Lieutenant Peary and his two
companions witli native allies,
were loft in excellent health and
sprits, comfortably boused for
the winter, with provisions for
two years and an araplo supply of
dog food; one hundred and eleven
walrus bad been killed since Aug
ust 2, for tho purpose. Poary will
remain at Etah until February,
when with a party of natives, he
will go to Fort Conger and thence
becin his iournev to tho cole.
oithor by tho Greenland Coast or
from (Japo Helta, as conditions
oooretary Horbort L. Bridomau,
of the Peary Club, in command of
the Diaua expedition, leaves for
New York tomorrow morniug,
taking Peary's full reports of his
last year's work and maps of his
discovorles. In his nomenclature
Penry has bestowed names of
Peary Arotio Club members. Tho
faithermost north land beyond
Greeley fjord is named Josuland,
in honor of Prosident Morris K.
A bay fifty miles in extent with
a deep opocing south of the fjord
was nnmed Oainon liny, and a
mountain 4700 feet high noar its
head Mount Bridgman for the
treasurer and necrotury of the
club respectively. Whilo on the
east sidci of thn divr'e of Griuno
land are Boncdict, Sands and Par
rith ulaciers, Harmswott.h, Hill
and Flauler bays.
Mr. ilrtlginan also brings Gree
ley expedition soiontifio rocords,
privnto papera of mombors of that
party and a sextant left at Repul
se Harbor in 1S7G by Lieutonaut
(now Admiral) Beaumont, of tho
English navy brought by Lieut
enant Lookwood to l'ort Longer
and all recovered by Lieutonant
Peary at the latter place in May
last. Records of English Cairue
on Norman Lookyor and Wash
ington Irving islands are also sent
to the Peary Club.
The Diana's oruiso occupied 52
days and over 5000 milos steam
ing of whioh twenty-eight days
and 1,700 miles were north of
Cape York without detention of
any kind by ioe. She carried the
Stars and Stripes to 79.10 degrees,
farther north than any American
ship sinco Hall's Polaris in 1871.
She will return immediately to St.
John's N. F., hor home port and
do out of commission. Tho Fram
was last seen August 18, ten miles
from Etah, fast in (ho ioe and
"This Pupor For -Sale" was tho
opening farce that tickled the ribs
not only of the members of the
fourth estato who happened to bo
present but tho crowds in the
auditorium who throughout tho
entire evening demonstrated their
appreciation as each member ap
peared. J. W. Winton, ventrilo
quist, and his side partner Mo
Uinty caused no ond of fun, al
beit the latter is a somewhat' frac
tions and unruly member of the
automaton . family. Mr. Wihtoh
is certainly at the head of bis
profession, his performance alone
being well worth tbo prioe of ad
mission. Hamilton Hill, the
Australian baritone who was in
splendid voico, did full justice to
several classical songs, Thoo'hor
members of tbo company showed
to advantage, tho entire program
proving to bo boy ond question tho
best yet presented.
Pleire N. BoerinRer, representing
James Howard Brl'lge, Count de
Mareulle and others composing the
Aux rroplques Co,, lias closed a g
contract wun tne Miauea iyciora- fl
ma Co., Ltd., for the exhibition of
the cycloimna at the l'nris Exposi
Tlie Aux Troplques Co. has pos
session of a tract of land near the
Exposition p rounds and the right to
control the same during the Expo
sition. Work will begin Immediately re
touching this magnificent represen- K
tatlon of Hawaii's volcanic wonderst jfl
which Is to be thrown open to the 3
thrones vlsltlmr the exnositlon. N
The contract calls for the Install.! m
4 Inn 4i ra sm-i nlal.l ! A mI I W
lion to De completed by April i
MINISTER KING IN COURT
In tho Police Court this foro
noon, Loin a appeared on tho
obargo of violating Rulo 24 of tCe
hack regulations. Jas. E. Kaulia
appeared for tho defondant and
called as bin first witness, Oapt.
Jas. A. King, Minister of tho In
terior. Tho ronson for calling Capt.
rune was to obtain an opinion on
Rulo 24. Ho stated that tbo rule
might bo a hardship but he could
not help that. He bad not made
it. Thoro woro but three rules ho
had mado sinco taking the oflico
of Minister of tbo Interior and
theso were all in regard to fareB.
After this nnativo witnoss and
the driver himself wero called.
Clearly Loun was guilty under
tbo rule Judgo AViloox ft nod do
fondant ! $1 and costs and Attorney
Kaulfa immediately noted an ap
penl for tho purpose of making a
tost cine out of that of Lomu.
If, iu tho mountimu, the rulo is
oithor abolished or changed to n
form ncceptablo to tho hackmen,
the nppoal will bo withdrawn.
Ilnli. nrnrl'iin. flu, ,... 111. A.I.
Pftrifl. Rnnt. 19. Thn .Tnnrnul
... . ...
k-naiivii UL I'tii-in ft.
., i . -. i ...fiuner rim ot tlie cover, was ray
says tho Duko of Orleans will(imme, eoratched by mo in 1803. I
havo canso to regret tho part hs. made a trade with tho young man
baa taken in the Dreyfus affair,
adding that the English royal
family deolinod to attand tbo mar
riage nf tho son of the Duke of
Obartres, that the King of Bel
ciura has requested ths Duke of
Orleans not to stay iu Rolginm
and that the King of Italy has
forbidden his uophew, tbo Duke
of Aosta, whose wife is tbo sister
of the Duko of Orleans, to rocoivo
tho Duke of Orleans if ho comes
F. LUBECK IS NOW AT THE HEAD
Following is the standing in the
race, up to Wednesday last.
1st Prize Tribune Bicycle. 2nd Prize Suit o?
Clothes. 3rd Prize Pair of Shoes. 4th Prize
The twenty boys at the head o? the list when the contest closes
will be given free tickets to such pertormance ot the Boston Lyric
Opera Company as they may select.
F. Lubecki 50
C. Louis, 55
Frank Stone 356
Mon Yin. 3a4
Ah Far, 308
Jno. Shawi 8
Ed. Medelros,! i82
Joe Cunningham 92
Ivan Shunk. 87
Manuel Costa 76
George Crowell, 74
J. Hickey '
AFTPR THIRTY YEARS
Recovery of a Watch Lost
Battlo of Gettysburg.
Plcktd Up by a Soldier-Soldier's Son Ar
rives Hero -George D.'elz the Origin
GoorgoDiotz, tbo Nuunnu street
jowelor, is happy just now over
tho recovery of a nilver watch lost
bv him on the hftfllnfiMil nt On!
tysburg dunnc tbo action.
Mr. Diotz tells a most interest
. i 1 . .
ing story or. mo watcu and its tra
vula- onnrinr. !. l.att1n .,,..
.waw. m..u tuu U(l.,lt; IUJ UUUI-
pany was ongaged in an almost
hand to hand encounter with tho
enemy. In one of tho short rests
betwoon charges, I pulled my
handkotcbief from an inner pocket
of my blouse to wipa the perspor
ation from my faco. Tho watoh
was in the pockot, and in pulling
out my handkerchief, the watch
dropped to the ground. I saw it
fall, but thn charge -was sounded
and I had no time to stop and re
"After tbo battle in the evening,
I started out to find the watch.
During tbo search on the field,
:.... .. .-. ,. J
V' ' t .!., v ?" u" Bna
times for imiijUnco by tbo fallen
men, that I foruot tho watoh en
" Tho other day u young fellow,
Harold Ellis ot Company K, 20th
Kansas Volunteer on the way to
Manila, caino into ray shop aud
offored a watoh for sale. I took
tho timepiecn and examined it. It
seeraod Hurt ot familiar and I ask
ed the ymiig man wberu bo got'it.
He replied that bis father had
picked it up ou the buUloGeld
after tho battle of Gettysburg,
and had giveii it to him just be
fore he loft for Manila, 'enying
that tho watch bad been through
one war and ho wauted it to go
tl T nnA..ntl Al... J.I.I. II 1!..
I J. IIUI-IHU Ulll WIllUU, UUUllll-
"ru ""." '.. u mru, u IUB
' oud now nm nappy in tno posses
sion of my old watoh after a lapso
of over thirty years."
Carlltli Still Aeltre.
Darcolona, Sept. 12. The dis
content ovor tho new taxes contin
ues. Tho Carlist plots havo been
discovered in tho neighboring
viUagos nnd the surrounding
heights have boon invested by tho
BULLETIN'S boys Tribune bicycle
Enrnto Sylva, 68
En Gin 49
On chee 49
Willie lllckey 46
Sing Chong 46
Henry Kekl, 41
Johnnie SUva,. 40
Wallace Saffrey 40
Chemen ....... 39
J. Kehl '. 35
Man. Aires, 33
Man. Ferreira, 31
Ah Fong, 30
J. Cunningham 26
Frank Yasso 17
IN THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Various Matters Attended to at Session
Held This Afternoon.
No Conclusion on Orpbcum Theatre Company's
Application for Retail Liquor Li
cense Other Matters.
At a meeting of tho Cabinot
this foronoon tho first matter
brought up was the application of
tho Orpbeum Thestro Co. for a
retail license. Thore was quite a
little discussion on tho matter
but no conclusion was ronohed.
The intention of tho Orpbeum
Co. is to soil retail liquors iu one of
tbo rooms in the front of the
building, now being used for
Tbo application of E. 0. Muc
farlane for a retail spirit license
for tho Waikiki Annox was grant
ed on tho samo conditions as those
imposed on tho Moana hotol at
The Minister of tho Interior
was given authority to graut the
amendment to the Hawaii Rail
way Co, making it postible for
that corporation to buy and sell
stock in other corporations, to act
as agents tor a lino of ships, oto.
xno Miuistor ot tbo Interior
was further authorized to Finn a
permission to au aesinmont of
tuo ilnbala Hallway (Jo. to tbo
Hawaii Railwny Co.
Tbo nnction snle of tho collec
tion of Hawaiian curios of (ho Into
Edward Dowsett called out a largo
number of pooplo to Jas. F. Mor
gan's salesrooms this forenoon.
Whilo tbo collection 11 1 first
sight did not appenr to bo of ranch
great value, n closer view gave
paoplo a different opinion. Every
pifco from tho awa bowl to the
largo poi board sbowud siijns of
great age and this, naioua nur.
chasers of Hawaiiau curios is a
fact of groat valuo. They are
thereforo willinc to pav hich and
did to this morning.
The first lot of tapa sticks, a set
of five, wont for 25 oouts a piece.
Tb? remainder of tho sots went for
aovonty-fivo cents and a dollar
Amonc tho curios most eouulit
after was a lorailomi stick ue;l by
tho old .timo natives. The price
brought was very high. Then
camo two old pipes that must be
at least fifty years of age. The
teeth marks show vary plainly and
tbo bowls aro burned to a good
Everything went at a high prico
and the different artioles were sold
with great rapidity. This has
beon tho oaso with tbo sale of all
collections of Hawaiian curios at
auction in this city.
A gaudy bluo and white belt
has just beon camplotod for Willio
Love of tho Myrtlo Boat Club and
for a week ho must walk tho
streets wearing this token of
Oharlio Grey's kindness. He
doesn't liko it a bit but thon Grey
had to stand tho gazo of tho mul
titudo nt a red and whito belt for
a wook and tho soro plico still
Nw 0 BusBe.
Louis Marks is having a 4-horso
power gas engine put. np by
Georgo Paris near the boat land
ing in place of the former small
one whioh was used simply as an
experiment. Mr. Marks is satis
bed that salt water is the thing
for Honolulu streets and will oou
tinuo its use indefinitely.
Honolulu Messenger Borvioo do
livers messages and packages
L; . .. il
a ucorftc II. Uuttmiin.
" George H. Ruttmnn was par
doned by tlie Council of btate yes.
teiday on the ground of innocence."
I his is what President Hole ald
this forenoon when asked as to
what caused the pardon. Contin
uing .Mr. Dole snid:
' By the action of the Council of
State you Can see that the verdict of
the jury tiiat convicted Ruttmnn
was not upheld. From a close ex
amination of the case and nil Its
possible points, It lias been deciJed
that there was clearly a miscarriage
" Ruttman was under sentence of
two years' Imprisonmen at hard la
bor. He has already served over a
In accordance with a pardon sign
ed by President Dole, Ruttman was
freed from O.ihu Jail early tills
COMMODORE WE IYER
Commodore W. .1. Weavor of
the ynoht Noma in an interview
with n Bullktin reporter to-day
in connection with an article con
cerning him in a morning paper,
"Tho whole thing is a fabric
ation fiotu beginnig to end and I
fail to am tin objoctof publishing
such a story 1 run a newspaper
man, myself, nnd have mado a
great dealofmonoy iu thohininess
iu Eastern oiti.-: a man who
makes monoy, rankns enemies also.
1 havo mado cueniie among somo
Eastorn uewspiper men, aud they
havo "ronpted" m whenever thoy
had tho opportunity.", ;
to Tin: 00011 vkotlk ov Honolulu.
Editou Eveniko Bulletin:
Thronf-h. lat evening's edition of
the Star, inform utitM comes .to mo
thn'. Ethfl Lycwond will not ap
pear ut tlieoutcrlniuuiontteudored
to me; heuco I must presume my
'liability to i.resi nt that number
ou tbo program. The terviees of
tlio lady having been proffered,
voluntarily aud uusnlioitfd, sho is
doubtless under no logul obligation
to provide inem, nor should 1 eek
to enforce it, did it oxit-t; nnd tho
question of n mural responsibility
is one which mnt address itself
to tho lady's scnuu of juctice, and
the f'iirin)gmniit of tho public,
whoso oeruput 1 urn in the pr-c
iseB I do nut w r with women,
childreu, imr mru who ceek Pnu.
liouua behind skirU.
With an nbiding respect,
Jamk3 P. Post.
Mull for Nun KrmiMico,
Mail will lin dropniolipd to San
Francisco per S, S. Viutoria to
morrow morning oirly, should Ilia
AraoricH Mum not bo sighted by
that time. Paicls or reuirttnred
letters should lu tikuu toth-orice
"A, groat nuk'rt r?g, fonr aud
three quortora it-ehf-H loug and
one of tho lnrgoflt known, wms poUI
in Londort Int- ly for SliiGO,
though it was slightly crack d.
i.1""1"":1 ..'"- ""
a runt aiurc ciuam or taath hjwdi.
Highest Honors, World' Fab
Oold Aedal, Midwinter Fak
AtoIiI Halting romlrr contalntng
Blum. Tluynro Injurious loliealUt
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