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VICTORY for American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
Vol. VII. No. 1341.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Gents.
Public Lands Notice.
t On Monday, September 25, 1899, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the
Judiciary Building, will be sold at Public
Auction, Lot of yi acre of Pouhala, Ewa,
Oahu, being a portion of the old Pouhala
fish pond, lying mauka of the line of
O. R. & L. Co.'s track.
Upset price, f 200.
Terms, Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
For plan and further particulars apply at
Public Lands Office, Honolulu.
Per order of Commissioners Public
E. S. BOYD,
August 21, 1899.
The above sale Is hereby postponed to
Nov. 4, 1S99, at the same place and time.
Per order Commissioners of Public
E. S. BOYD,
Sept. 6, 1899. ,
aSTThe above sale Is hereby Indefinite
Per order Commissioners of Public
E. S. BOYD,
Oct. 2, 1899. i34o
Public Lands Notice.
OLAA, PUNA, HAWAII.
On Saturday, September 2nd, 1899, at
10 a. m., at the Court House, Hllo, Ha
waii, will be sold at Public Auction,
under conditions of residence and Im
provement, ,and easy terms of payment
within a period of ten years
About 350 lots of 50 acres each, In New
Olaa Tract, recently surveyed.
Purchaser of one lot may bid for second
lot In actual contact with the first, except
In case of lots on main road.
Purchaser of lot on main road may bid
for separate lot not located on said road.
Lots will be offered at upset price of
from li.co to f2.oo per acre, according to
quality and location.
Full particulars as to all conditions of
sale may be had on application In person
or by mall to Public Lands Office, or to
'any of the local land offices.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
July 3. 1899.
THE ABOVE SALE IS HEREBY
POSTPONED to Saturday, November
4th, 1899, at the same place and lime.
Per order of Commissioners of Public
August 26, 1899.
E. S. BOYD,
1 309-iot wkly to030
K?"The above sale is hereby Indefinite
Per order of Commissioners of Public
Oct. 2, 1809. 1340
Foreign Office Notice.
Under Instructions of the Department of
State, Washington, D. C, dated Septem
ber I3ri899, the following Executive Ord
er Is published for the Information of whom
It may concern.
E. A. MOTT-SM1TH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Department of Foreign Affairs,
September 28, 1899.
By the President of the United States of
The President of the United States here
by directs that alt proceedings taken 01
pending for the sale or disposition of the
public lands In the Hawaiian Islands shall
be discontinued; and that if any sales or
agreements for sale of said public lands
have been made since the adoption of the
Resolution of Annexation, the purchasers
shall be notified that the same are null and
void and any consideration pnld to the local
authorities on account thereof shall be re
funded. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I HAVE
ISEAL caused the seal of the United
States to be hereunto affixed.
Washington, Sept. 11, 1809.
By the President:
ALVEY A. ADEE,
Acting Sectretary of State.
Manager O. S. Crano of tno
Town football team, has called a
meeting of bis men for 7:3U
o'clook tomorrow evening in tho
Y. M, O. A. The boys are anxi
ous to get to work for the coming
FOUR THOUSAND SOLDIERS
Troops Ed Route to Manila
Arrival of (be Grant Wilb 1400 Twentj-Slxtb
Regiment, U, 8. Y., Aboard Colonel
Rica In Command.
Today thero nro four thousand
troops en routo to Manila in this
port. This is the largest body of
soldiers that have been in Hono
lulu at one timo sinoo tho volun
teers wero journoying to tho front.
The men on the Tacoma, Sher
man and Grant make up this
large fighting force.
The Grant arrived from San
Francisco last night, having sail
ed from that port on tho 25th
a day before tho record
The Twenty-sixth Volunteer
Regiment from Plattsbnrg bar
racks, on Lako Ohamplain, New
York, under the command of Co
lonel Edmund Rioe is on the big
transport. Nearly 1400 men are
included in tho regiment, 400 of
these aro from Massachusetts,
many from Now York and Rhode
Island and tho balance from other
The Twenty-sixth has beon re
cruited to tho limit and carries
extra men as well.
An excellent band of twonty
five pieces is also aboard the
Tho following are on tho staff
of Oolonol Itico: Adjutant nnd
Chief of Staff Captain John W.
Bonrdman; surgeon, Major Charles
F. Mason; first assistant surgeon,
Captain Frank A. Washburn; eeo
ond assistant surgeon, First Lieu
tenant B. S. Griswood; quarter
master, Captain B. A. Whipple;
commissary officer. First Liouto
nant Frank E. Edwards. The
thrro majors are Josoph F. Dick
man, Edward D. Anderson and
Frank A. Cook.
Colonel Bice hails from Massn
chuBsotts while oomo of tho offi
cers aro New York men; tho regi
ment is one of tho first ten orga
nized for Eorvici in the Philip
Colonel Bice sorved with
the Nineteenth Massachu
setts through tho fighting in Vir
ginia during the Civil War and
became commander of his regi
ment. At 2d years of age he was
a colonel. At the close of the war
Colonel Rico entered tho regular
army and was promoted tobe Colo
nel of the Sixth Massachusetts
during the Spanish war by Major
Usnoral Miles,witb the President s
Transport Sherman will get
away for Manila tomorrow; the
Grant will remain here about 3
days coaling. Besides these two,
the Tacoma, the stock transport
Azteo and the hospital ship Relief
aro in port, making five army ves
sels in these waters to-day.
It is said that the Sborman will
go to Hongkong from Manila t:
Tho large number of veseels n
qairing coal makes things lively
for those who have the supply of
that necessity in charge.
Things aro booming on tho
water-front just now, and tbo
transportr monopolize tbo interest
and attention of everybody.
P. II. HOHULBT IIISItB.
F. B. MoBeley, who passod
through hero with tho California
troops about a year and a half
ago, returned to Honolulu in tho
City of Peking. It was Mr.
Moaeley's intention to proceed
straight through to the States but
be changed bis mind and will re
main hero a week just to give his
friends a good timo.
'Moseley remained in tho Army
of tbo Philippines about a year
and then went into mining inter
ests. In this lino ho has dono
exceedingly well and will soon
return to the Philippines to locate,
Mr. Moseley was at San Mateo
when tbo Princes, T.P. Cummins,
Geo. Allen and a number of Ha
waiian boys wero there at school.
TWO JUSTICES SUFFICIENT
Daring the Absence of the Chief Justice
a Decision by Two Will Bind.
Makee Sugar Co. ts. Lock Chew-Appeal from
Decree Kubey Estate Matters Lunalllo
In tbo case of Buckley and Sul
livan vs. M. D. Monearrat it has
beon stipulated and agreed by
both parties that in thj absence of
Chief Justice Judd a decision by
tho remaining justices will bo ac
cepted by and bind both parties.
In tho case of tbo Makee Sugar
Co. vs. Tuck Chow it baa been de
creed by Judge Perry that the de
fendant deliver up his countor
part of tho leaso of July 1, 1894,
held by him on certain lands in
controversy, and that be execute
another lese to conform with
plaintiffs lease. Defondant
is also enjoined from in
troducing or using as evi
dence in any court of law his copy
of leaso of July 1st, 1894. De
fendant has filed notiuo of appeal
from tho decree.
S. Euboy guardian of H. J.
Kubey Las boon granted permis
sion to sell certain property of tho
minors situato in tke Eapiolani
Sophia Hunter Eahaleanbu hns
sued Manuel Silveira Pereira and
S. Eobayasbi for damages in tbo
sum of $2500 claiming alienation
of her right of dower in certain
lands in which W. H. Peaso her
husband, now dead bnd an estate.
J. O. Carter et uls Trusteos un
der tho will of His late Majesty,
William O. Lunalilo s. Haleaka
la et als is the title of a case tiled
in tho Circuit Court today. The
oaso involves certain lands in the
Barracks Block on Miller etroet
CHARGED WITH FOIiOrilV.
Fred Iaukca, clerk in the Cir
ouit Court, was nrro;tcd today on
tho oharga of forging tho namo of
J. A. Magoon on a note calling
for something like $100. Tho
amount of bail is SI 000. Major
Iaukeo, manager of tho Waialua
hotel, has been, telephoned to and
will como to town, today. It is
hoped by Mr. Iuukca's frionds
that there has been some mistako
mado and that tho young man
will pull out of tho dilemma with
out any trouble.
Went on Collecting.
Oliva Kane, formerly colleotor
for Bergersen, tbo machino man,
has been arrested on a serious
charge. It appears that Kane
was discharged a short time ago
but instead of looking for other
employment, went on, collecting
money in Bergersen's namo. Yes
terday a Japaneso customer re
futed to pay a 85 instalment on a
maobine as be bad already paid
amount to Bergersen. Captain
Kekai was on tho scono at the
time and immediately arrested
Soldier Charged Midi Larceny.
Ohaa. Vex, one of the soldiors
who came hero in tbo Leelanaw
with horses, was arrested yeBtor
day on tho charge of stealing a
bag of flour. Vex protested his
innocenco, claiming that a oltizen
had offered to pay him twenty-fivo
ceuts to carry the flour to a cer
tain place. When he arrived
there ho found th Deputy Mar
shal waiting for him. Tho case
was set for tomorrow in order that
Lieut. Doroy, the soldiers' com
mander, might be summoned.
Throe of tho members of Co.
F's team in Saturday's shoot for
tbo McCarthy medal, aro scratch
ing their boads over their scores,
Sam Johnson, who never makes
leas than 40, scored 39. Drum
raond and Sproat, two of the bost
men in the team, had threo misses
as well as several 3's and 4's
marked up against them. Thoy
cannot explain this as all threo
woro in porfeot shape for the
LIEUT. SAFFORD IN GUAM
Is Planting Trees Obtained from Com
Asks for More -Bennington's Quota Dumped
Oferbeard Vrgetatlon of the new
By tho last mail David Haugbs,
Commissioner of Agriculture, re
ceived a letter from Lint. W. E.
Safford, chief of staff, Governor
When Mr. Safford wont to Gu
am Mr. Hanghs presonted him
with a largo collection of plants,
treos and seeds for distribution
throughout this new acquisition of
the United States.
In tho letter was contained the
information that not a single plant
was lost on the voyage and that
everything arrived ihirn in thn
very best of shape.
wnon tne Bennington went to
Guam sometime ago a lot of plants
wero taken nlnno. TTnnn thn ar
rival of Lieutenant Safford he
found the plants dumped down in
a heap. Most of them woro dead.
" I cannot describo the vegeta
tion of Guam," writes Mr. Safford.
" Most plants ( near tbo town aro
old Polvneninn nnnnnintnnnoa
Some of these have evidently been
introduced irom Aloxico."
Liout. Safford linn star (nit nut
with considerable enthusiasm to
plant the island of Guam with
good and useful things and ho
Writea to Air. HAIlnlia tnr nnmni--
ous plants whioh will bo forward
ed to him at tho very earliest op
Everybody is invited to tho big
baseball gamo ou tho Makiki re
creation grounds at 3:l!0 o'clook
this afternoon between tho Slate
and a toam from the Sborman.
Tho band of tho big white trans
port will play during the progress
of the gamo. Several of tho mom
borB of tho Sherman team aro
crack players. The Slars aro still
in good practice having but re
cently returned from a successful
tnp to Hilo. Taking these two
facts into consideration n lively
gamo rauy be expeoled this after
INUUinY TO OB flELD.
Some tier his aftnrnnnn thn Da.
pnty Marshal willsend out notices
to Oho Gem and fivo other lead
ing Chinese merohants of the city
to the effect that their proaonco
will bo expected at tbo police
station tomorrow to form a jury to
inquiro into tne recont uentu ot a
Chinese fisherman iv lininn mn
into by tho steamer Alameda. The
Doay 01 tne uninaman in question
has never been fnnnrl nnrl it in
supposed that sharks mado short
woru ot ntm atter ho went ondor.
A Fine Nlop.
Mounted Patrolman Sidney
Smith made a very clever capture
of a runaway last evening alnbout
7 o'olook. A horse attached to a
Union Express Co. wagon, became
frightened while at the Govern
ment Electrio Light Works in
Nuuanu. Passing Smith on the
road, the patrolman gavo obaso
and finally caught tho animal at
CarnonR. Knntnmbpr Q. . Annnr.
ding to official reports,tbo Govern
ment troops have won a great
viotory near Coro. The revolution
ary sympathizers say this is ab
surd, as the rebel forces under
General Cinriano Castro are mas
sed at La Victoria, whioh is moro
than 160 miles distant from Coro
Karih"ke nnd Flood.
Galoutta.Septembor 35. Earth
auakes, floods and terriblo land-
ides occurred) at and near Dar
jeorling in tbo jowor Himalayas,
last night. Great damsgo was
dono and no fewpr than sixty na
Portuguese and Spaniards Leave Hono
IdIq and Oahn Sogar Companies.
Complaints Lodged By Hen-Wbat a Mai
Wbo Knows Has To Say-Matter of
This morning nfno Spanish
contract laborers from Oahu plan
tation and eight Portuguese from
Honolulu plantation mado their
appearance in town. The Span
iards complained of insufficient
food and tbo Portuguese of a re
fusal on the part of the plantation
to pay them their wages at the
end of tbo month as agreed upon.
Of course, these charges may be
without foundation whfoh nn in.
vestigation will determine. A
man wno Knows all about tho
matter called in at this office this
morninc and told tho following
"Let us begin at the bogmning.
When the Victoria arrived hero
with berSpanieh and 40Portugueso
immigrants not long since, it was
found that thero wero elevon
stowaways aboard. In some un
known manner, throe of theso
men disappeared and have not
boen board of since. This loft
eight and it was found that six of
these wero minors. Notwithstand
ing this fact tho eight Portuguese
were put undor contract to work
on tho Honolulu plantation. This
morninir thov loft and nro now
about tho town. I saw thorn all
at the police station this forenoon.
11 XT . . j- .
-mow men, as to tlio Spaniards.
These follows, fifteen in all, wero
put undor oontract to work for tho
Oahu plantation. I thought all
had desorted but I find that this is
truo of only nine.
"As to their contracts, I haven't
much to say.
"The wholo thine in a nrnnnli
cation which will tako many dayB
10 Btraigutcn out. X ueliove tuo
complaints against tho tbo planta
tions by tho Spaniards and Portu-
guese, woro simply excusoH tho
mon thinking they could tako ad
vantago of the questionable state
of their coutracts."
F.A. Sohaefor. aolinfr fnr IT. TT.
llonjes as Consul for Spain, was
in contcrenco witu tue opanirda
Wm. G. Irwin, wbo had charge
of everything in connection with
tho Victoria was seen this after
noon, ho bniiirr the nnn hn nnnlil
naturally know the most about
tne manor. Mr. lrwin vry kind
ly gavo out the following state
ment, although rushed with the
" There worn two lota nt 5mm! .
grants in tbo Vioioria. Oae was
Spanish and the other Portuguese
I have received most satisfactory
iu.mjiio iroui iuu plantations to
which tbo Victoria immigrants
woro Bont and not until just now
has thero beon any trouble. The
Spanish from Oahu plantation
and tbo Portuguese from Hono
lulu plantation wbo carao to town
to-day ore all stowaways. Tho
rogular contract meu have made
no trouble whatever and are
working along in a forfeotly sat
"It is my impression that eorao-
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sale by Manufacturers' Shoe
Colutm's Third Libel.
By the Klnau yesterday was sent
forward from the police station, an
order of the court, libeling the cargo
of the American bark Colusa that
Is valued at something like 1 20,000.
The libel was made out yesterday
and was sent forward to Sheriff
Baldwin of Maul for service, the
complaining parties being the Ka
hulul Railway Co. This Is the
third libel on the Colusa, the other
two having been made at the In
stance of the Wilder Steamship Co.
The Kahulul Railway Co.'s scows
were u sed In transporting the cargo
k ui me ioiusa asnore.
ono has beon among theso mal
contents and told tbom thit their
contracts are not good."
THF. NEW DOMINION.
Every laugh; every mois'oing
of the eyo with the pathos of tho
story in Mr. Clement's "New Do
minion" is gotton b7 perfectly
legitimate methods. Not a point
ia strained to oreato ripples and
roars of langbtor that nightly
greet tho quaint, humorous, wiso
and witty Baron Hohonstauffen in
bis efforts with bis limitod Eng
lish to toll his love to tho fair
Virginia girl who, at last bocomos
tho Baroness Von Hohonstauffen.
The appearance of this play for
the first time in this city on
Thursday, Oot. 12, night should
attract tho bost if not all of those
wlio like good plays. Tho salo of
reserved seats will begin at Wall,
Niohols Co. tomorrow, Wednesday,
9 n. m.
Mr. Kiiton'e Prlend.
W. L Eaton, general freight
agent of thn O. R &L. Co., found
in tho O'iptaiu of Co. A, of tho
3 lib inf. brand D. Nowborry, an
old friend of 20 years standing
Wrill" noted ns a pil-it for Co).
Campbell's battallion in thoir
march about town, after which ho
took possession of Captain Now
berry for tho balance of tho day.
A nice glass of cool beor, after tho
hot merch, proved very accoptaible,
then a nice bath nud rest nt Wills
cottage, followed by n fine luncb
at tbo ..Wickoy boardiug house,
was oqnally enjoyable. At 1:30,
a nice turn out from General John
Buckley's stable, took the friends
up to tho Pali, thence on Punch
bowl's brow, winding up at tho
Hawaiian hotel whoro tbey, in
oompany with tbo Lieutenant
Colonel did amplo justice to tho
dinner. Good nights woro ex
changed at the boat landing, and
Will, voted this, ono of tho red
letter days of bis life.
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat ana Nosodiseaso-i and
Catarrh. Mosonio Temple.
Fred Nay lor, tho boilormaker
who has boon doing a lot of work
in Kauai, returned from Eleelo
Robert Hoe, a back driver, was
fined S10 and costs in tbo Polico
Court this forenoon for being
drunk in bis hack. At tho time
of the arrest a soldier was driving
the back, Boo being in the back
Co., Fort St., Sign ol tho Big Shoe.
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