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GONTRIBUTION TO THE G A, R SCHOOL FLAG FUND? W
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Have not you
A Flag top Every School House of Hawaii,
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1899.
Pkice C Ohnts.
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IOLANI FROM NEW YORK
Lost Her Main Top-Sail Yard In the
Forty-four Days from Caps Horn to Honolulu
Captain Hectare's Eleventh Trip
Around the Horn.
Tlio Hawaiian bark Iolaui, Cop.
tain Charles 0. McGluro,117 days
from New York, was towed into
the harbor this morning and an
chored in -the stream nwaiting o
. Savon hundred tons of phosphat
ca for the. Hawaiian Fertilizer Oo.
are aboard, besides a large gene
ral cargo consigned to 0. Brewer
The Iolaui left Now York on
Juno lBt and experienced good
weathor until 25 South wa9 rpach
ed, when heavy weather set in.
Iu 20 degree South the Iolani lost
her main top sail yard daring nu
unusually still blow and hoavy
sea; Captain MoOlure, however,
had a new yard in placo in 5 daye
The voyage from New
York to Gape Horn wos
was made in 73 days, and from th
50th parallel in the Atlantic to the
50th parallol iu tho Paoifio only
15 days wore occupied; a romark
able nut in tho bnco of existing
Tho passage from tho Horn to
Honolulu was made in 41 days,
an oxcoodincly fair record.
Captain MoOluro has his wife
and Hon uboard with him; this is
hia oleventh trip from Eastern
porta around tho Horn to Hono
luln. Generally spoaking, the voyago
was a fair woathor one, aud no ac
cidents are to bo reported beyond
the los? of tho main top sail yard
in tho Atlantic.
Purser Asch o tho Btoamer
Waiolealo reports a grand party
hold at th Waimoa Valley resi
dence of Mr. Blaokstadt last Sat
nrdav debt nt which a groat
number of Kauai'a repreBontativo
people were present in honor of
tho Seventeenth Annivorsary of
Antonetto Blackstadt's birth.
The party was most Jjjsucce83
ful and among tho prominent
guests wore: Mrs. W. Wright,
Mrs. Ahyon, tho Misses A. 0. B.
Blaokstadt, A. Blaokstadt, L.
Blaokstadt, L. Goodwin, M. and
A. Nordauoir, A. Kaaloa and the
Messrs. F. Ssndow, M.U a. Ulnck
Btadt, 0. Emerson, 0. Blaokstadt,
Smidt, W. Danford, Nordanoir,
G. Andoraon, E. Anderson, M.
Blnnkstadt. A. Evensen. A. Gnrn-
or, Hattou, Haeeou, W. Wright
Dancing, singing and a sump
tuous repast characterized tho
An Empty Sad' Cannot Ntnml l'lrllt.
Noithor can poor, weak, thiu
blood uourish and sustain tho
physical syHtem. For strength of
nerves ami musolos thero must be
puro, rioh, vigorous blood. Hood's
Sarsaparilla ib tho standard pre
paration for tho blood, and its
mnnv romarkablo ouros and tho
fact that it does everybody good
Avho takes it provo it is just what
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Hood's PHIb do not gripo. All
Humphrey s and Hankey proc
tors for the owner of the
eahoonor yacht Noma, R. T.
Woodward of Now York have
filed a motion to dismiss the
libel filed against the vessel on
the grounds that tho libellant has
not filed any stipulatioi or bond
forcost8. The motion will be
argued before Judge Perry to
morrow. Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat and Noso disease and
Catarrh. MaBonio Temple.
DIED A TERRIBLE DEATH
Crashed by Wheel
Own Goal Cart.
Waterfront" Fatallly Native Driver Fright
fully Crashed Lived But a Few Min
utes Jacinto Miguel Detained.
At about 8:30o'olook this fore
noon, Eekiona, native drivor for
Peok fe Co. waa ruu over by his
own ooal cart, sustaining injarioa
that reaultod in death about fif
teen minutes after the accidont.
The big wheel of the cart weight
ed down with a ton of ooal, passed
diagonally over Kekiona'a body
froru'tuo loft foot to tho right side
of tho Load, crushing bones nn its
way and smashing that p it f ') -head
designated so badly that the
faco wa3 unrecognizable
Kokionu was at his usual work
of taking coal to vessels in port.
This morning the ooal was (or
ono of tho Intor-Island steamers.
Kokioua was driving on his sido
of the street. When near his
destination, a dray laden with fer
tilizer and driven by a Portu
gnrso, Jaotato Mifcuol, who had
somo trouble in tko.Police Oouit a
few days since, qpproaohed at a
t n&k naco. There was a collision
with Kekiona'a cart and tho native
was turown oil uta huui uirccuy id
tho path of tho big whool.
Tho horse, stonnol far just the
briefest moment aud then started
off on a run with tho result a8 al
The polioo wore telephoned for
immediately and Deputy Marshal
Ohilliugworth with Liont. Opu
uui arrived k mw mijat03 after
wards. Eekiona had boon re
moved to tho sholter of tho Bhod.
Although totally uuconscious hf
wbb otill breathing. In about fivo
rainutca thia coaood and when Dr.
Cooper arrived he pronounced life
Somo ten or fifteon minutes
, lator, the patrol wagon arrived
unu tne Doay was removeu to iuu
police station. A coronor'n jury
wua called and tho remains re
ceiv.d. Miguel was detained and
takon to tho polioo station by the
Kekiona wn3 a stoady going na
tive and an oxtromoly hard work
nr. His home wob in Moanalua
for a long timo but recently ho
had been staying at tho homo ot
Just whero tho responsibility
of the doath of tho native can bo
nlnced is still an undecided ques
tion. Tho natives who claim to
have seen tho acoident state that
both Kekiona and Jacinto Miguel
were on their sido of tho street.
Thofo points will all be brought
out in tho Coronofs lnnuoBt
Kekiona was a brother of Mrs.
JameB Holt, Sr.,from whose homo
the funeral will very likely take
placo. Deceased was unmarried.
The Coroner's Jury, composed
ontiiely of natives, is iu session
Anothor Vnclit Hun.
There is talk of another yncLt
spin from Honolulu around Ford's
Island and return. The last event
of tho kind tuined out very un-
anonpfnli .m1 Bfivnrol nf the
. ho took nart nt that
III T -
ti 11 are dissatisfied. H.
Dow is tho leading spirit
tbo proposal that tho run
made over again.
Exposition Boycott rail.
Now York, Sopt. 14 There will
be no mass meeting in this city to
protest against tbo condemnation
of Dreyfue. Efforts wero made
today to arrange such a gathering,
but tho mon who "were asked to
tako a leadinc part doolined to do
bo nnd expressed tho opinion that
the movement was a mistake.
Dewey, the man,
On To Manila.
Correct Time of the Yachts. N
The official time of the second
class yacht races of a week ago
Saturday as given to the papers by
the timers and published at the
time Is found upon Investigation to
haVe been Incorrect.
The time as has been published
would make It appearfer-T. the
Hclene beat the time ofvJf Gladys
by 48 minutes and 31 seconds. This
was accounted for by many as the
wind which the second class boats
had was much better than that
with which the first class boats
had to contend.
By a mistake the timers Instead
of giving the actual salllngtlme
gave the finishing time of the He
lene and Hawaii which was 2:05:47
and 2:20:39 respectively.
The Hawaii started at 11:07:38
and her sailing time was 3 hours,
H'mln. 1 sec. The Helene started
at 11:08:50 her sailing time being 2
hours, 56 mln. 57 sec. The Helene
beat the Bonnie's time 3 mln. 1 sec-
ond. The Gladys beat the Helene's K
time 2 mln. 10 seconds. C
OPERA CO. AND Till: OIICIIKSTRA,
There haa boon considerable
commont made since the announce
ment of the coming engagoraont
of the Boston Lyric Opera Co. as
to whether the local orchestra
will till tho bill. It is a well
known faot that operatic orohos
trations are most difficult nffaira
iu thoir original form as they
come directly from tho hand of
tho camposor, nnd mado uoiibly
so nftor they havo boeu used for
nny length ot timo, on account ot
the mauy marginal aigns placed
there by tho different musicians, showed u lot of land along Hilo
tho transpositions, cuts and p&y secured I by the Kohala & Hi
nnniflrona nhani'M and internola-llo Railway Co. It was in tho in
tious, which present thotneolves to
It in Bate to say, uowovor, that
Mr. Borger and hia men will put
forth their bent effort and will bo
fully equal to the oooasiou. Tho
Boston Lyric oonductoi is ono of
tho most oxpenonced directors in
tho Btates and has the faculty of
palling now orchestras in tho lino
oE operatic work civor tuo snoais
with tuo createst einuacy. iuu
orohestra will go into daily rouonr
sain immediately on arrival of tho
BK WALL In this city, Scjt. la,
IbOO, to tho wlfo of Hon. II. SI.
Sowall, a daughter.
This mniuiug tho 3GG heroes
destined for Manila wero unload
ed from tho Aztec and takon to
tho Government paddocks to en
joy u fow days exercise prepara
tory to continuing tueir journey.
Tho next mail to San Franoisco
will bo by the City of Peking on
Friday, tho 29th inst.
F. LDBECK STILL
Following is the standing in the
race, up to Saturday last:
1st Prize Tribune Bicycle.
Clothes. 3rd Prize Pair o?
The twenty boys nt the head of the list when the contest cloacn
will be given free tickets to such performance of tho Boston Lyric
Opera Company ns they may select.
P. I.ubeck. 666 j. Mickey 70
C. Louis, 64I
Prnnk Stone. . . . :
Mon Yin. 45
Ah Far, 404
Willie Sylva 294
Jno. Shaw .' 2a9
Ed. Medelros, ....".. 2a
Bill Rledelsr.r M
Aii Kin 128
Jack, , '"7
Manuel Costa, 5
George Cro well,
in poster, .' t 75
TO APPROYE THE LINE
Application of Kohala and lllio R. R,
Co, For Second Division.
R. Walker and W. 0. Smith Present for
Company No Objection on Their Part
Mlniter King Instructed.
Ihoro wos a Bpeoial meot
ing of the Cabinet this forenoon
to discuss tho application
of the Hilo Kailway Co, undor
tho dato of Soptornbor 25 for the
approval of tho Minister of the
Interior for its socond division, to
be called tho Waiakea Division,
being tho line of tho road botweon
tho proposed terminal division
and Hilo bay and tho boundary
lino betweon Keoau and Wainkea.
T. R. Walker, representing
Waiakea plantation nndi W. O.
Smith, roprosenting tho Robnla &
Hilo Railway Co. wore present.
These representatives, making
no objection whatever, it was vot
ed by tho Cabinet that tho Minist
er of tho Interior bo authorized to
approvo the liuo as applied for.
In accordanco with this actiou
Miuisfer King looked over a m;p
of pntl of tho proposed division as
handed in by the representatives
of the company and approved of
It will be romocubered that a
few dnyB ago thoro was n sensa
tion crented in tho Cabiuet when
W. O Smith presented a map that
tnrrst of thn and for tliu nrnteo
tlon cr thflrasolvca that.tlu - ur -
seutatives already mentioned wero
presont nt tho meeting thiu foro
Coe. B G F and A aro entered
for tho MoOarthy trophy uboot on
Saturday. At ono timo not long
ago it looked as if F would bs tho
only company to shoot. A ehows
goo'1 sporting spnit to enter with
an iuforior team. Tho opinion of
thoBO who keep up on ntlo mat
uheB is that tho oontost will really
be between B and (i. Iho former
company holds the record so tar
for trophy shooting.
Tho Y. H. I. will oelobrato tho
fifth nunivorsary of its existence
by giving a big banqnet to mom
bora and frionds on either the Gth
or Gth of next month. Tho ban
quet ia to bo a very elaborate
AT THE HEAD
BULLETIN'S boys Tribune bicycle
2nd Prize Suit of
Shoes. 4th Prize
Enrato Sylva, 70
Sln Chong 63
Johnnie Sllva, 46
J. Kehl 42
M. Smith 36
Man. Alves, 36
Man. Ferrelra. 35
Ah Fonii 34
AKa 1 34
82 J. Kolomoku 16
ARMY AMBULANCES ABOARD
U. S. Transport Aztec With 366 Horses
For Manila in Port.
Delayed In Leaving San Francisco hy a Fcg
Those Aboard-Full Complement or
Early this morning tho 0. S,
Transport Aztec arrived from San
Francisco with 3CC horeea in tran
sit for tho Philippinea,and docked
at tho Paoiflo Mail wharf, having
sailed from tho Golden Galo about
noon on Sunday tho 17th instant.
Aztec left her dock in San Fran.
cieco at midnight on Saturday
but was compelled to Ho out in
tho harbor half-a-day on account
of a heavy fog.
Tho passago of 8J days from
the Coast was charactorinzpd by
tho best of weather, and th trans-
fiort comes hero with rill of hur
ivo etock in good condition uud
only ono man on tho siok list.
Lieutenant H. A. Sioviot of the
Fourth Cavalry, U. S. A., is in
command; Veterinary Surgeon
Batton hna charge of the welfare
of tho animals nnd Acting Assist
ant Surgeon Andy Hall is tho
i'orutoou enlisted meuof the 27th
30th, Slat and 31th Regiments nre
aboard in charge ot private horses;
they will join their respective
organizations in tho Philippines.
Twenty eight civilian teamsters
look after the govoruraout horsea.
Thirty-ono nmbulancee with all
the uaranhornalia connected there
with are among tho vcsjfal'j cargo
for aorvictt on" tho fleld.
Ono Hospital Corps tnoinbcr,
Wnrr;n Lenvonworth by unmo is
When tho transport loft tho
Coast 2 stowaways wero fnnnd
aboard; tuny wero roturned ou
diecoverv. After tho ship got to
soa four more woro brought to
light, thoy range in ae from 10
to M yonrs; thoy will i-ent uonm
from hero probably on tho City of
Surgeon Hall was formoily Ma
jor Surgeon in the N.ntb IMicois
and Berved during tho Cuban war.
Sargoant Liebit, ouoof tho unlist
ed men aboard, fought r.t El Ca
ney with tho Ninth Infantry
Tho ohip'e ofliceru are: Cnpt.
Trask, Firet Ollicor Hanuon, Sec
ond Officer Curluson, Third OE
ticor Sullivan, Chiof Encinoor
Domingus, nnd Sooond Engineer
The Aztec is a PaoiCa Mail boat
aud has been in this port eovcral
times before; this iu her maiden
trip as a transport. Oapt, Trask
is well known in Honolulu and
his many friends aro glnd to boo
A crowdod house witnessed last
nights performance Tho opt
ing farco "Burghr Alarms'' ia not
calculated to put the audience in
glooful anticipation of what may
follow aud makes one long to seo
tuo .uoggs'B roverttotuospsrKiiug
comedies of their earlier appear
anoes. Emil Walton completely
suuk his Dutch idontity appearing
in coon guise aB a baujoist aud
musician of no mean order. Ha
milton Hill again delighted his
hoarera giving "Tho Holy City"
in responso to an enthusiastic en
core. J. W. Winton introduced
some novoltios in conjunction with
"his humorouB and muchly nssoit-
ed family, thQ "blooming blaw
stod," McGinty again scoring a
larce sbaro of tho honor?. iM Nino
Eddie and tho (other member of
tho company ably contributed
thoir quota towards the general
success of tho ontertaininout.
Resorvod seat tickets for Who
rahiko Banei'a musical and picto
rial entertainment should be se
cured at Wall, Niouols Company's
& uuuu oiops i omorrow.
m Oaliu mill shuts down tomorrow
as alt the cane will have been ground
Dy mat time, t ne season's crop nas
turned out well and O.ihu will have.;
S about io,ooo tons to Its credit. All
H but about 150 tons has been taken
S from the mill.
3 The German machinery pu In
k for the-seacon's worlt has proven of
W excellent make. There has not been W
J a single breakdown and the machln- 3
5 ery has wo'ked along very smooth- 3
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
In tho case of Bruce Cartivright
Trustee vs. Charlotte K. and C. P.
Inuken. Judgo Perry has decided
ia favor of tho trustoo.
A. W. Carter has been appoint
ed guardian of the estate of Annie
1 . K. rancor under a bond of
$25,000. Lorriu A Thurston as
The fivnt annual acaonnt of Isa
bella MoC. .ron8 gnardmn of tho
minor children of tho lato E. A.
Jourh hns filed her first numial
account Tim guardau charges
herself with tho sum of S2,
205 G7 nnd rsIcs to bo allow
ed tho sum of S2197.00. With tho
account is an inventory of securi
ties nnd cash hold by her ns
guardian. It is as follows: 2G(3
Bha.es Bank of Hawaii, 20,000;
yi nbaroB Hawaiian Trust & In
vest. Co., 83400; 1 O. R. & L.
Co.'? (5 percent Bond, $1000; cash
on hand, $7.89 Total, S'J1,C07 93.
Samuel boovillo l'asobnl has
been admitted to practice law in
all tho courts of tho Hawaiian
PRINCE DAVID INTERVIEW
Prince David Kawnnnuakoa now
visiting tho statos is quoted by tho
Seatllo Poat Intelligencor na say
ing: "Annexation has dono great
things for tho Hawaiian islands,"
Tho country never wasso prosper
ous before. Everything ia booming,
and all kinds of buaineas is good. , .
Cr:phao been oxcollent, and pri 4
cou bolter than uouh, M r tMui'iU
havo visited tbo islands during the
past ypiir man cm ring any two
jeara pre-viooa. Uf. course, frira .,
n sentiniantal staudpoinl. thn na
tive HawmiBu feels Mkt a iuau
iTithont n c nutty ju i ow, but
that fooling will wear away Wo(
nro n prosperouo, happy people,'
but for h fw littlo thii'gn that the
coming months will wio away.
"I refer to tho coiin'inutico in
otiice of the men who formed tho
proviainticl government prior to
nunoxatiou. We want 11 chaugo.
Wo are now a to ritory of this gov
ernment, and we want tho presi
dent to nppoiut our governor and
his cabinet and let the poople elect
heir legislature. When this :s -dono
there will bo no ciu-jo for
and no complaint. . k
"Annexation is a sneoesj, a de
oided BiiccbBs, and it would bo a
fool who would deny it, Truo,
soma of us think the United Stated
should do certain things, but wo
are only n fow. Tho groat majority
in tho isluuda nre happy and pros ,
peroiis, and 1 look for Hawaii to
become ono of America's riohost
and in o.st vniii'iblo possessions
anioug her ittea and tertilorioB."
a runt empc cncAM or tartar rowDc.
Highest Honors. World's Fak
Qold Medal, Midwinter Pah
Avolil TlaklDC I'nirilrra contalatafl
lam. Thejr nro luJurUi to'Jjf lt
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