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VICTORY for American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
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Vol. VII. No. 1343.
THE SQUATTERS ARE HAPPY
They Acted ,od Legal Authorities From
iselstant Secretarj Acknowledges Tbelr Clilm
WalcbiDg for What Will
Hiltf, Ootober 4. Tbo ropotted
t-iotion'of tbe President id rofer
enco to the land question has been
received with unction by the
qaattera at Olaa and in converse,
tion with one of the leaders of the
colony ho "wanked a wuuk" and
said that the aution of himself
and companions had boon taken
on the best legal advico in the
states and had been determined
on immediately after the passage
of Jbo Newlanda Bill.
He said they had come to stay,
and that their staple souroo of
amasemeot now was watching Mr,
Dole olimbing . the pole and com
ing down suddenly. The query
is "His last was fanny; what will
he do next?"
Col. G. F. Little has been re
tainod by the settlers and expects
to go to 'Washington soon iu their
behalf. Messrs. Lo Blond and
Galbraith will attend to their
Ool. Litth received a lotter
yesterday from Alvan A. Adio,
Acting Socretary of Stato Bok
knowledgiug the receipt of tho
'claims of the settlers to the lands
together with tnapB aid descrip
tions and oonoluded bystating
that tho same had been bled and
woro beir.g considered by the
OUIIA FKAUS HAWAII.
Havana, September 23 El Di
ario de la Marina stys: Hawaii
and tho Pliilippiuos will soon be
able to supply the American mar
ket with sugar. Ouba hb hd in
dependent gove.'nment, would not
be able to competo with tit sugar
of those islaod'i on account of the
preferential duty. If the Louis
ana aud California beet growors
succeed in having a duty placed
on all imported sugar winch duty
would naturally be higher on tho
Cuban than the 'American sugar
islands, Cuba would bo forced to
ask annexation in order to.be
placed on an equal footing with
these states. This will be one
way to oompet Cuba to atk for,
DEATH OF WM. BUDDY.
This morning at 1:80 o'clock,
Wm. Huddy, a pupii at Eameba
meha School, died of meningitis
following measles. He was a
bright and ambitious boy of 17,
well liked by both teachars and
pupils and had mado a Sue rosord
in the school. The funeral will
take place from Bishop Memorial
Chapel, Monday, Oot. i), at 2:30 p
m. The remains will' be sent to
his home on Kauai.
Kin' Fait Time.
Tive and a half hours from La
haina is a Drottv fast time, in faot
tlm fARteat on record: that is what
the steamer Klnau boasts on hor
The fast boat arriv-.d on time
inrlnv with a bio load of nassen
gers and freight and commenoed
discharging immediately, ns she
makes the run to Hilo again to
Odd. On the Shamrock,
London, September 25. Tbe
interest here in the cup ohnllengor,
the Shamrook, has increased since
her recant trials. Captain Lau
ren:o, a friend of Lord Duura-en,
has wagered with Riley Grannan,
tbe horseman, COO pounds to 400
pounds oo. the challoDRor.
Kalaeloa, a native, dnd of fits
this morning. A coronar'a jury
has been called.
Coptio of! Eoko Head 3 o'olook.
A SPLENDID ENTERTANMENT
Rtceptlon at Eskbank Last Hlgbt Largc
i'Attendei Beautiful IllumlDttlons and Floral Effects
Moslc Bj Band and Qaloltet Club-Some
Never in Honolulu did society
people enjoy themselves more
thoroughly than last evening at
Eskbank, tbe home of Mrs. E. K.
Wilder. Although the card's an
nounced a reception to Mr. and
Mrs. Horace J. Craft and Mr. and
Mrs. Jamo A. Wilder from 8 un
til 11, a largo number of people
remained until after midnight, so
speedily did the momonts fly.
Tho house was brilliantly illu
minated on both floors and the la
nais while the rooms and hallways
were prettily decorated with mailo
and othor leis, together with great
bunches o.f flowers, yellow fqr the
On the lawn in front of the
house was stationod the Hawaiian
band, surrounded by ino&ndesoent
lights set.in Japanese lanterns.
From this-point musio floated' into
the house and made all hearts
In tbe reception room to the
right of the hallway wero Mr. and
Mrs. Draft, and Mr. and Mrs.
James Wilder, standinc near n
bank of palms. Agisting in the
reoeption wero Mrs. E. K. Wilder,
Mrs. and Mrs. a, Ci. Wilder and
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wilder.
From this point the guests diss-
ed out intotbe smaller room toward
tho back,where comfortable ohain
wero set about. From this place.
it was an easy matter to wonder
out on the cool back lanai and
then to a canvas covered ulaoe.
dimly illuminated and in harmony
wun me surroundings, wnere
tables for refreshments were set
It was about 9:30 o'clock when
the white suited waiters began to
hurry about with refreshments.
An hour or so later the band oeas-
ed playing,a dozen or more nutivo
musicians iook ineir places in tuo
hallway and the dance was on.
In the improvised lanai already
mentioned a large number of peo
ple watohdtho graoefot movements
of some old natives who Baog with
the old time accompaniment of tbe
"paipu" and "uliuli" the inoas of
the tune of the aliis. Amonu
these old peoplo was Ioane, tho
Hawaiian dandy, now totally
When tbe native singers struok
up a familiar coon song, Mrj. JS.
D. Tenney and James A. Wild-r
took tho floor and gave the guests
a treat by performing the cake
walk. So graoefully was this done
that they wero enoored most
Among the two hundred or
more present wero the following:
President and Mrs Dole, Minis
ter and Mrs Mott Smith, Mr
and Mrs F A Sohaefer, Mr
and Mrs Georgo Carter, Mr and
Mrs S M Ballon, Mr and Mrs
Hawes, Dr and Mrs Carmichael,
Mr and Mrs Hubert Yos, Dr and
Mrs Cooper, Mr and Mrs W F
Allen, Dr aud Mrs Maxwell, Mr
and Mrs A M Brown, Ool and
Mrs Mills, Mr and Mrs E D Ten.
ney, Mr and Mrs Humphreys. Mr
and Mrs 0 M Cooke. Mr and Mrs
W W Hall, Mr and Mrs H M von
Holt, Mr and Mrs J HBoyd,
Captain and Mrs Robert Parker.
Mrs J S McGrew, Mrs Judd, Mrs
ueo ueokiey, Mrs Jlumpnria, Mrs
Fred Waterbouse, Mrs Widdi
fiold, Mrs Noonan, Mrs Julian
Monsarrat, Mrs Fullor, Miss
Zoo Atkinson, Miss White, the
Misses Widdifiold, Miss Stans
burv, Mies Cornwall, Miss Alice
Wall, the Misses Lishman, Miss
Rose Roth, Miss Molntyre, Miss
Anna Paris, the Misses Afong,
Hon H M Bewail, WG Irwin,
Offioora of the United States
Army, J M Monsarratt, Sam Park
er Jr, OL Wight, Dr Murray, A
St M Mackintosh,' G 0 Potter, 0
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1899.
LUBECK IS STILL HUSTLING
Following is the standing In the
race, up to and Including yesterday:
1st Prize Tribune Bicycle
Clothes. 3rd Prize Pair of
The twenty boys at the head of the list when the contest closes
will be given tree tickets to such performance of the Boston Lyric
Opera Company as they may select. The net batch, twenty boys
below the highest twenty, will be glVen tree tickets to the Orpheum.
F. Lubecko.:., 1438 George Crowell i?4
C. Louis,...., i7i
Frank Stone ..,.. low
Ah Far, .'. . ioao
Correo '. ....7o3
Mon Yin, ....063
Willie Svlva 414
Jno. Shaw 365
Ed. Medelros, 32i
wawn, ......... .."S
Ah Kin 305
Jimmle '. 159
Ivan Shunk 5
Sing, Chong 125
H W Norton, Lionel Hart, Allan
Jndd, H M Whitney Jr, 0 L
Rhodes, N Emmet May, A L 0
Atkinson and a large number of
others whoao namps, on account of
constant coming and going, could
n:t be ascertained.
out for hot Tint:.
George Lyonrgus of Sans Souci
was arrested at about 3 o'clock
this morning by Deputy Marshal
Ohillingworth on the chargo of
Beijing spirituous liquor without
a license. In tho resort at the
time were a number of wtdlkoowu
young men out for a good time,
Some objects strenuously but
Cbillingwurtb happened to know
nil, with tbe exception of one. His
name was soon obtained.
Deputy Marshal Ohillingworth
aud Deteotivo Conn Poou follow
ed tbeorowdof follows on bicyoles
to various places aad Busily ended
up at Sans Souci where, Chilling
worth states, they seonred some
wine. Tho officers remained bid
don in the bushes and saw all
that took place
Tbe case camo up in the Police
Couit this forenoon but was post
poned nntil tomorrow.
Ibis parcel of land comprises
104$ aores, situated on tbe cast!
Bide of Ealihi facing W. H. Cum -
a . a .
mince' residence, two thousand
fast from.thn KamAhnmnhn anhonl
and two and a half miles from'UJ8 rfmar or.BU who know him.
the General Post Office. W. 0.i"Q,0,?Jeo 8 t0 ?n()n sleeping in
Achi & Co. havft nt n i,
ground into ohoioe building lots
eaohfiOrlOO fast rfluflrvlna n nor.
tl'nn n. n nnhlin nnrlr Than. lia
can be obtained on the instalment
plsn. A government road runs
through tbe ground for about foor
thousand feet and water will be
shortly laid on. Seo ad on pago 8.
Tho regular monthly inspection
of police took place in the station
house yard this forenoon in the
prosecoe ot Attorney General
Cooper and Marshal Brown.
Having finished with tho inspeo-
tion Attorney Genoral Goopor was
taken through the part of the po-
l! .! i ii .1 mi.-
ntu ninuu,guoi uuiupiuiuu, xuu -
rough satisfaction was oxpressed.
The funeral of Corporal Willi
am E. Hunter, Co. G, 27th infant
ry, U. S. V., who died at tho U.S.
General Hospital yestorday as tho
resnlt of aoute catarrhal dysentery,
took place from the Oathoho
Church at 2 o'olook this afternoon,
Corporal Hunter was one of tho
soldiers on the transport Taooma
and many of his comrades wero
SreBont at the ceremonies, giving
pBoaed military hqnots.
BULLETIN'S boys Tribune bicycle
2nd Prize-Suit of
Shoes. 4th Prize-
Manuel Costa 118
David, w ; I15
M. Smith 112
Herbert 4 no
fcnrato Sylva, 99
J. Kekl t 95
. uian laoou.,,, ,,. 4l
Charlie Wllllamsf. 68
M. marks 65
Willie Ciinha 6a
J. Smith 60
David (llllil). 54
IHARA I WILL MOT HANG
Ibara, the Japaneso convioted
of murder and sentenced to be
hanged 00 Monday next, will not
bo executed on that day. The pe
tition filed in bis case will be
heard on Novembor 13th,
Julian Monsarrat, Manager of
Eapapala Ranch, arrived in th
Kinan this noon on business. He
roporta everything on Hawaii
vory quiot nud dry weather on nil
In tho. tann of the matter of N.
R. Rico ot sIb to acquire a riuht
of way for a draiu over certain
land owned by J. A. King et als
at Kailua, Oahu. Judge Stanley
has assessed damages in the sum
of 1000 for the depreciation iu
the value of tho IhuJ through
which the drain passes.
Frances E Hobn n has filed her
nccouut as trustee of the estate of
T W Hobron, deceised. Tbe
charges against herself with the
sura of $33,G-il.()(J and asku to be
allowed tho Bum of $33,009 '28.
Knox Mild ih. "mK Pollof man
A morning paper voices the
complaint of one of the boatman
at the landing relative to the ''big
, policeman" thero. Tho big polioe
mau has looked After things at
1 the boat landing for nearly two
I ItAu J SBa-lfl lit a r viAlli.i m.
'""" """ mioui lunuuge.
mont auu conscientious work are
ineirDoatB and insists on their
1 splaying ineir badges in the
" P1. Hackmen do not
Bleep OO the Stands. SBV his friends
why should tjo boat boys do so
a.nu inuB Foa, a nuiBauoe. linox
!ue m,BD w,1?0 opmplalns mny have
ttnuuio miu iuu uuiuuriiiL-a e a
result of bis unbudiness-Iiko be
Cl.'jr Clim.nl Playg.
Following are tho plays
given by tbe Clay Oloment Com
pany: Thursday, Oot. 12, Tbe
New Dominion Saturday matinee,
Oot. 14, Lidy of Lyons; Saturday
evening, Tbe Bells and Rough
Dimond; Tuesday, Oot. 17, A
Southern Gentlemen; Thursday,
r-i in rr 1-1. o.i.'j- .i '
.V01 lir, UHUIIUi; OHlurUBV mail
nee, Oat. 21st, Oorsioan Brothers;
Saturday evening, The Two Or-
pnans;, xoesday, Oct. 24tb, Tho
Mountebank; Thnrsday.Oot. 2Gth,
A Sorap ot Paper; Satuiday mat
inee, Oot. 28th, Caste; Saturday
evoning, A Celebrated Case; Mon
day.Oot. 30th, London Assurance
The library at Kamohamoba
has been thrown open to tho boys.
A dynamo has been installed
in tbe printing department and
now the press is run by oleotrioal
F. W, MAGFARLANE ELECTED
ll Now the President of tbe Hawaiian
How tbe Control Passed to Ibe Ice Co.-Geo.
R. Carter Tells of tbe Matter Fronts
Are Urge May be Consolidation.
At a meeting of the directors of
tho Hawaiian Elepirio Company
this morning, F". W'. Maofarlaoe
was olected president for the bal
ance of this year, vice W.G Irwin,
This action on the part of the
directors was taken in their en
deavor to consolidate with the Peo
ple's Ice Company, which bongbt
out tbe interest of W. G. Irwin in
the Hawaiian Electrio Co.
Geo. R. Carter when interview
ed this morning said: "Tho aotion
on the part of the Poooles' Ice
Co. was taken on account of the
refusal of the Electio Co. who
manufacture tho ice for the form
er company to onlarse the ice
plant so as to sunnlv the incroas.
ing demand for the artiole. Mooh
buiine8s was turned away because
ice conld not be furnished in suf
fioient quantities to fill orders.
Besides making it hard on tbo ice
company tbey wero being made
liable to a competition which was
" The Peoples' Ico Com Dan v
has beon considered by
many to nave had no other
cap tal than tho wagons nud
trade but on tho contrary
tbe profits have beeu so laigH that
tbo directors have been able to pay
tuo regular monthly divideud aud
Ly aside a very conid-rablo re
serve fund which it was tb-ir in-
tontion to use in the erection aud
establishment of h phut of thoir
own at tbe expiration of their con
tract with th- el'otrio oompauy iu
about Bevo- years."
"fhoro has never beon in all
tbo meetings of the Pimples Ice
uorapany any notion of u amal'
gamation with tbe Hawaiian Elec
"Homo talk w-s had of takinn
lenal stops to compel the latter
company to furnish u with. the
nocessary loe but instead of smug
wo bought tbo cont ol of tho elec
trio company. If there should be
a consolidation under one board
of directors, the mon in oontrol of
both companies being, now tho
same, the profits on the salo of
ioe alone would be sufficient to
pay a divideud of one percent psr
nontu on thf-combinrd capital
stook of the two concerns.
The yacht Norma reoently pur
chased by Captain Weisbarlh is
being overhauled and on Satur
day will carry a load of lumber
to Lanai. Captain Williams will
command the hont, wbioh is in
splendid condition!) xoept tht she
Next year the Norma will go
into the South Sea Island trado
Dr. Posoy, specialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat and Nosodfeease.' and
Catarrh. Masooio Temple,
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sale by Manufacturers' Shoe
PIOB 5 Obnjb.
COIN WAS NOT SHIPPED
A.BIg Transaction That WasOa A St(rt
Sao or $150,000 Was to Hare Been Sent I
San Francisco bj First Natlosal
There were all kinds of storie
about tho-streets this morningio
regard to tho proposed) or actual
sending forth to San Francisco
by tho First National Bank of tbe
sum of $160,000 in gold coin.
In order to got tbe oorroct story
a Bulletin reporter saw both O.
M. Cooko and Cecil Brown, tbe
heads ot tbe Baok of Hawaii and
the First National Bank,, respec
tively. Mr. Cooke said::
" It was the intention on. tho
part of the First National Bank to
Bend $160,000 out of tbe country
in the City of. Peking to avoid
paying taxes on the money and I
negotiated the matter of exchange
for tbe Bank, of Hawaii in order
to keep the coin in the country."
Mr. Cooke's remarks having
been referred to Ceoil Brown the
latter made this statomont.
"It was our intention to send
forth tbe amount of gold coin
mentioned by Mr. Cook to protect
ourselves on the coast in the mat
ter of exchange. We gave,
tho Bank of Hawaii a figure which
was not accepted (25 cents per
SH'O). Our next movo was to
pack up the gold in boxeB, prepar
atory to Hhipmont. It was then
that tho Bank of Hawaii agreed
to give ns tho exchange at threo
eights of 1 percent but finally
gave it to us at 31 osnts or, in
other words wo discounted our
"The coiu arrived hero Septem
ber C, 1899, therefore no taxes
could possibly be due on this
coin this year."
Nut a Candidate.
Hon. Samuel Parker arrived from
Hawaii In the Klnau this noon and
Immediately went to his rooms at
the Hawaiian Hotel where he was
seen by a BULLETIN reporter.
Asked as to the rumor of his candi
dacy for the governorship Mr.
Parker made the following positive
"You'may say that 1 am not, and
never had any Intention of being a
candidate for the office of Governor
of the Territory of Hawaii.
"1 will go still further than this.
When Senator Clarke of Wyoming
was here he said that If I would
consent to have my name placed In
the field he would promise to worn
for me. 1 refused absolutely on the
spot and still refuse to have any
thing whatever to d3 with the
matter. That Is all I have to say
and 1 think that is about as plain a
statement as can be made."
Complete pictorial history of mi
litary 7'ations in the Pacific Is
given in On To nta,."2.
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