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VICTORY for American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
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Vol. VII. No. 1349.
HONOLULU, ,H. I., THIESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Cents.
BREWERY FOR HONOLULU
PAIN HAS BEEN STOPPED
NO RAGE" BUT
COLUMBIA IS A GEM
WEDDING AT HIGH NOON
ALL ARE IN BATTLE ARRAY
. J. Waterman Tells of Plans In Con
nection With Institution.
Court Orders Tramways Co. to Stop
Miss Rose Roth and N. Emmett Miy
Talk of Transvaal Peace Bat hm'n
Ready to let. '
United in Marriage.
. . . - , i m 111 Mil i mil ii - i-riii-1 Tr ' i in I I ill I I T rWi
ll1 ',' WrBQrBBH
fiulldlng Four and One Half Stories Hlgh
FouDdatloa Completed Cold Storage
Plant Many Other Details.
Among the arrivals in tho Mari
posa this morning was E. J
Waterman, tbe man who has been
given the work of starting a brow
ory hore and who, since his last
trip to Honolulu Hixmt five
months ago, has trnv.-led over
19,000 miles in tut i,. Crests of
thocompany ho represents. Mr.
Waterman comes now to remain
until the brewery is completed,
Borne five or six mouths hence.
He will then make another trip to
the States, returning litre three
months after that time, or when
tho brewery is ready to place
beer on the market. Seen this
mornins about matters in con-
nootion with tho brewery, Mr.
Watorman gavo ont the following:
"Thore is no donbt that the new
brewery building on Qtuon street
near Punchbowl street will be one
of the finest in tho city. It will
bo four and ono-half stories high,
and will bo tailor than any build
ing in tho city. The material used
will be brick and steel. Tho cel
lar wiU bo tho malt storage. Next
will S9mp tbe fermenting room,
theV the storage room and at the
top, tho club room. Above all will
bo a tank 22x14 and 10 feet high
with a capacity of 40,000 gallons.
"The frontage of the building
on Queen street will he 105 feet.
First will como the olllco, a sepa
rate building and thou the main
building, separated from the of
fioe by a large iron gate.
"In the main building will bo
included the brewery proper the
cold storage part and the battling
"Tho whole buildlnu will be
built on tho latest nud most ap
proved plans. The foundation is
now abont finished. The architeot
is H. Steinmann of New York, a
famous in tho work of designing
breweries. Dickey of this city
aro tuo superintendent, run
bids were handed in today and tho
contract will bo awarded very
Tfiajnodern macbinny for the
BreJjTtif ils j now on tho wav from
NeVlMlkf and will bo hero about
JiwiSrf 1 of next year.
"The brewery will be fireproof
as you know, the material used
being brick and steel a have al
ready mentioned. Tho floors will
be of cement,
"As to tho matter of water sup
ply I need not say rmioh. Oar
intention is to bore a 10 inch arte
sian well. Our power will be
atoam and cleotrioity."
Shamrock'! Tim" Allowance.
New York, Oot.2.-One of the
greatest surprises for yachtsmen
since the arrival of the Shamrock
in these waters was tho announce
ment officially made nt the New
York Yacht Olub tonight that the
Colombia would have to allow the
Shamrock six and tbirtv-ono hun
dredths seconds on a thirty-mile
Joe MrUn Driajrrd.
J.F. Soper, who arrived in tbe
Mariposa this morning, states that
Jos. Marsden was in San 1 rands
co when he left for home. Mr.
Marsden was to have come in the
Mariposa but was forced to give
up this plan on account of tbe
non-arrival of cortain communica
It would not sound
to sav. "Like Kellev
, neither would it be proper to
look for pictures in a black
smith shop, when you have a
store iiKe rung Bros to go to.
They make a specialty or pic
tures, and the framing of pic
x ' 1'10 Hotel street."
J. Southwlck Tbe PlalntlfT Rapid
Transit Not In It Trouble to
be Aired In Court.
The track laying by the
waiian Tramways Go. on
street has been stopped by order
of Judge Forry, made yesterday
afternoon, and tho strongest thing
about the whole matter is that the
Rapid Trans't Company apparent
ly had nothing to do with it.
Toe. J. Southwiok,a shareholder
in the Tramways Company, peti
tioned for the writ alleging in
nine counts that the Tramways
Co. has the right to ocoupy
and UBfl a single track on Kiug
street, that tho servants of the
corporation began tearing up the
Btreet and laying girder rails on
the 9th of Ootober, said rails to be
used for tho propelling of eleotrio
cars along eaid King street. All
the acts being dono and threaten
ed to bo done are illegal, for tho
reason that euid defendant cor
poration has no right or authority
or power under tho law or other
wise to lay a second track on King
street at this time, nor to ubo
eleotrio power for tho propulsion
of its cars.
That in tho doing of the afore
said illegal acts, said defendant
threatens and is expending large
sums of money, and is lessening
thereby tho valuo of plaintiff's
Btock in Betid company, and jeo
pardizing plaintiff's property in
terests therein; that Eaid corpoia-
tion is incurring the liability of
forfeiting tho charter by its illegal
The plaintiff claims he could
got no redress from the board of
directors ofl-tho company, as tby
aroacting with tho consent of a
majority of tbe stockholders who
reside abroad, and further tho di
reo ore olaim their acts are legal.
On tho potition Judgo Ferry
has issued a writ of injunction.
Tho plaintiff has filed an mdemni
ty bond in tho sum of $2500, with
himself, J. A. McCandlees and
V. J. Wilhelm as sureties.
Ctnte or Ln4 Order.
WaBhicoton, Oct. 4 The Navy
Department as well as the War
Department, having boon obstruct
ed in the acquisition of the lands
in Hawaii actually ineeded for
their DurDoses. nartianlarlv in the
execution of tho Pearl Harbor im
provements, tho President has
issued the executive order to meet
Board of Hupervlaora.
Tho regular meeting of tho
Board of Supervisors of the Free
Kindergarten and Children's Aid
Association will be held at the
Y. M. O. A. hall, Friday, Oct
ober 18, at 9 a. m. The annual
meeting will be held in tho same
ball at 10 a. m. All friends of tho
association aro cordially invited
New Saadajr Paper.
Herbert M. AyerB, formerly
a member of the U, S. V.
Engineers stationed hore last
year and who couduoted tho Be
voille at that time, proposes es
tablishing a new Sunday paper in
Honolulu in tho near future.
Ayres was reoently assooiate odi
tor of the Sunday Tolcano and is
an all round newspaper man.
Captala Drmolt Fined,
Taooma, Oct. 1. Captain Der
moti, the venerable skipper of the
barkentine J. M. Griffiths and
father of Maxine Elliott, is in
trouble as the result of misstate
ments made to him by officials at
New Chwang, China, whenco tbe
Griffiths arrived several days ago.
The campaign against Aguinaldo
is described in On To Manila.
New York, Oct. 3 As the sun set a
great ball of fire behind the Navaslnk
highlands, the biggest crowd of sightseers
and yachtsmen who ever sailed down
Sandy Hook to witness the attempt of a
foreign mug hunter.to west from America
the yachting supremacy of the world, re
turned to New York crestfallen and disap
pointed. The winds had proved too light
and shifty and the first of the Internatio
nal series of 1890 between the two great
est racing machines ever produced by
England and America degenerated Into a
drifting match and had to be declared off
because neither could reach the finish line
in the time allotted by the rules.
To avoid just such winds as occured to
day, In which luck and not the crew and
yachts win, the rules provided that If one
of the boats does not finish within five
and a half hours the race declared off. so
at the end of the time when the yachts
were still four miles from home with the
Shamrock leading by something more
than a quarter of a mile the committee
officially declared there had been no race.
The yachts were then taken In tow by
their respective tugs and brought back to
their anchorage Inside Sandy Hook. Un
der the rules the first race Is now post
poned for two davs. or until Thursday.
During the five and a ha f hours sail
the Shamrock was thrice ahead and twice
thi.Yanfc hn.if hnwH fh w For
Di I finer tti fits rnA i hnlf hMir rill
the Yankee boat showed the way. For
the first ten minutes the Shamrock led,
then for five the Columbia's graceful bow
showed ahead of the green boat; for forty
five minutes the Shamrock, then for three
hours the Columbia and for the last hour
and a half it was the Shamrock that led
the way. The breeze blew as high as
twelve knots an hour and as low as three
and shifted about through eight points of
the compass. I
Each in turn beat the other running be
fore the wind and was In turn beaten,
beating against the wind at various stages
of the race, so that many of experts who
saw the new boats sail today are disin
clined to believe that there Is a pin to
choose between them, but when the race
is closely analyzed It Is absolutely proved
that the Columbia showed superiority at
every point of sailing, running, reaching
and beating whenever the wind freshened
and that It was only in the lightest air
mat me snamrocic coum maxe ueaawav
against her. Both had their sh:a; of good
and bad luck.
Taken altogether there could not have
been a more unsatisfactory race and vet as
a result of It the friends of the cup defend
er seem proud of the showing she has
made and feel confident that the cup Is
THE SECOND RACE.
New York, October 5. The weather
conditions during the early morning hours
were decidedly more favorable for a race
than those of Tuesday motnlng.
The wind was lleht from the west
southwest and the sky cloudy when the absolutely Identify thetwoboats.it seems
Colombia and the Shamrock left their certain that the leading yacht Is the Col
moorings In Sandy Hook bay about 9 umbla.
o'clock and proceeded direct to SandvHook HIGHLANDS, 3:17 p. m. During the
Lightship hoisting their main sails and last five minutes the stern boat has pulled
ciud top sans on me way oui ana geiung
everything in readiness for a prompt start.
The Columbia cast off from her tug at
0:50, the Shamrock five minutes later.
Soon after the Columbia changed club top
sails, setting the largest one on board and
throwing overboard the steel jack yard
which had been used on the first topsail
set. This qulckvard was supported In the
water by 250 life preservers. It was picked
up by the Lawrence and lashed on her
starboard side. A wooden club topsail spar
was also thrown overboard by the Colum
bia and two from the Shamrock, which
were picked up by her tender.
CLAY CLEMENT TONIGHT
Clay Clement with his com
pany of dramatic artists arrived
this morning in the Mariposa end
will open tonight at the Opera
House in "The Now Dominion."
There are seventeen people in tho
company and inolude the artists
who with ' Mr. Clement made a
big hit during their season in
The three carloads of special
scenery were on. this dock early
tms morning and reuearsais are
going on in the Opera House this
afternoon preparatory to tho evon
inc. The delay of the steamer makeB
no change in tbe plana of the
company. The memborB are
good sailors as well us first class
aotore. A good bouse and excellent
play is assured for the opening,
An Actual Occurrence.
" Why don't you use the tram
car, Mr Faino ?" asked one of the
boys this morning seeing him
walking through tho muddy
streets. " I cannot, I am in a
hurry I " was tbe answer.
Highlands, October 5, 10:20 a. m. The
committee and stake boats are off the
lightship. The commodore's boat Corsair
Is passing ut of Sandy Hook.
10:50 a. m. The preliminary whistle
has been blown. The yachts are headed In
the direction of the Jersey shore on the
starboard tack. The Columbia Is about a
quarter of a mile to windward of the
Shamrock. Both crews are preparing to
?,. out spinnakers, as the boats will run
off before the wind.
11:02 a. m. The yachtsare sailing very
slowly, being almost completely hidden In
the haze, with the Shamrock apparently
100 yards ahead of the Columbia, a little
to the starboard. From, this point the
Shamrock apparently crossed the line at
it:ot-io; the Columbia at 11:01-45.
1 11:05 The contest are running off be
fore the wind slowly. The Shamrock Is
.still In the lead, but the Columbia Is gain
ti:l 1 a. m. The Shamrock Is now about
doo yards ahead.' The wind, as on Tues
day, is puffy. The Shamrock was benefit
ed by one of these puffs.
11:19 a.m. An apparently favorable
puff of wind has set the Columbia upon
the Shamrock's stern. The defender seems
not more than 50 yards behind the challenger.
m Wr,n th aUm, .1 p . luVilh
ffleft the ArT&! J ,m n$r&
boat lelt the race at 12:20 p. m., the Q-
macKay-nennet liable Steamer, 1:15 p,
umDia was seven-eights of a mile ahead.
Long Branch, 12:55
n. m. From 12:20
to 12:50 the Columbia Increased her lead
on the Shamrock from half a mile to near
ly a mile.
2:25 p. m. The steam yacht Adele re
ports that the yachts have covered two
third of the course.
The Columbia is one mile ahead.
3:03 p. m. The two boats have sailed
apparently more than half way to the
finish and look to be about seven miles
from the lightship. The excursion fleet Is
keeping well off, giving them a good
chance. They are running under spinnak
ers, the Columbia having hers set to port.
The Shamrock's cannot be so well disting
uished, but appears to be set to starboard.
During the last few minutes the Sham
rock has pulled up a hit on the Columbia.
The boats ought to finish within the time
jo6 p. m, The stem yacht, which ap
pears to be the Shamrock, has at last
caught a favorable puff of wind and Is
somewhat overhauling the leader. The
race Is a very close one at this time.
3:07 p. m. The leader, which appears
to be the Columbia, has taken In her spin
naker and both are running now with
booms to starboard and balloon jibs set.
I 3:12 p. m. Both boats have broken out
spinnakers to port. I he rear boat, evl-
dentlv the Shamrock, seems to hnve ciln
ed a trifle. The race Is very close.
3:13 P. in. The two racers are about six
miles trom the finish.
i:isd. m. While It Is Imnnsslhle to
up on ine leaaer ana trom this DOint an-
pears to be only a short distance behind
It looks to be a very exciting finish.
3:21 p. m. The leading yacht, which
appears to be the Columbia, has taken in
her sdnnaker and. catchlne a favorable
shift of wind, Is fairly outfootlng her
SANDY HOOK, 3:25 p. m.-Thesteam
yacht Columbia has passed here and an
nounced no race. Several yachts of the
New York Yacht Club are also passing
here Inward bound and say no race. The
Columbia was nearly a mile In the lead
when race was declared off,
DISCRIMINATING ON SUGAR
San Frnuoisoo, Oct. . The
Treasury Department has render
ed n decision to the effect that
where an invoice of sugar is not
aooocopauied by a certificate show
ing in what country it was produc
ed onllfc'ors Bball charge a duty
equal to tbe largoat bounty paid
,by any country in the world.
Kecently a quantity of sugar ar
rived at New York from Chiua,
and as thero was no certificate the
collector charaed an lextra duty.
cquui to tho bouuty paid by tho
A copy of tho decision reached
hero in time to affect a shipment
of sugar from Central America,
and a discriminating duty has
been oharged. Tho extra amount
will be held as a deposit until the
necessary certificate is eocured.
m a m
Attorney Catbcart received by
tbe Mariposa this morning tho sad
news of tho sudden death of his
Dr. Posey, spebialiBt for Eye1,
Ear, Throat and Nose disease,' and
Catarrh. Masonio Temple. ' 1
St. Andrew's Cttbedrtl foe Scene Frlwds Fill
Church Ceremony and MdsIc Wedding
Breakf&st Honeymoon Trip.
Miss Itoso Both and Mr. N.
Emmett May were united in
marriage in St. Andrews' Cathed
ral at high noon to day in tho
presence of a largo number of
friends, Tho ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Alox. Mackin
tosh. The maid of honor was Miss
Lucy Roth, sister of the bride.
Lindsoy Moy, a brother of tho
groom, was bostmanand Messors.
Robert Shingle and Lewis Gear
acted as ushers. Tho bride was
given away by her brothor, Hen
Tho church was beautifully de
corated with ferns, flowers and
plans. A fow minutes before the
arrival of the contracting parties,
Wray Taylor took his place at the
organ and the choir sang "How
welcome was tho Call" to a soft
As tbe bells tolled the hour of
noon, tbe sky brlgbtonod, tbo rain
ceased, the organ pealed forth tho
strains of a wedding march and
tho grosm accompanied by his
brother entered the church add
took his placo. Immediately after
ward, tho brido walkod up the
aisle, loaning on tho arm of bor
brother, Mr. Henry Roth. Then
began tho impressive Episcopalian
sorvice which united tho two
youn- people In holy wcdlook, tho
organ all tho whilo playing Sohu
Uert's boautiful sorenado.
Tho coromony over tho newly
married couple and the wedding
party mnrched in'o the vostry
to sign tho register while
tho choir sang that most appro
priate hymn, used only when
members of tbe choir of St. An
drew's are married:
Grunt to Christian brido groom.?;
Such truo Ioto as thlno;
Grant to brides thus mnrrled,
Like the Church to shlno.
With this Christian bridegroom,
wun mis unnstlan bride, '
Be Thou ever prenont,
Lord and life and guide.
As tho party marobed back into
tho church and down the aisle
Wray Taylor played tho maroh
that follows tbo hymn of Waren
ford's, just given.
The wedding party went imme
diately to the home of the bride's
mothor.Makiki, where a delightful
wedding breakfast was served.
This afternoon tbo newly mar
ried couple will go to Haleiwa,
Waialua, where they will spend a
fortnight's honey moon.
Miss Helen Mitchell, a Sootoh
lady juBt out from Scotland, who
arrived in tho Maripoia this
moroing, wps united in marriago
with Wm. Pullar of Hooomu in
St. Andrew's Cathedral this foro
uoon, the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
performing the ceremony. The
newly married couple are now at
tbe Hawaiian hotel. Thoy will
leave for Hawaii in tho Mauna
Loa tomorrow forenoon.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sale by Manufacturers' Shoe
Rumors ire Thick An Orert Act oa Elthr
Side Will Precipitate Deadlj fir
As the band attends tbe funeral
of tho late John Phillips, there'
will be no Sunday concert at
London, Oot. 0. The Daily
Telegraph publishes in its Beoond
edition this morning the follow
ing dispatch from Newcastle, Na
tal, dated yesterday:
"Tbe Boors' advance began to
day with a general movement of
artillory. Tbo Boers are occupy
ing Latng's Nek nightly and now
bold the mountains to tbe soath
of Volksrust. There are no Brit
ish troopi nearer than Ladysmitb,
and preparations are being made
to abandon Natal from tho fron
tier to Glencoo.
"Tbe inhabitants of Newcastle
mot today and deoided not to at
tempt to defend the town in the
event of a Boer advance in force.
General Symond is preparing to
evacuate within twonty-four hours.
The people are crowding the
trains for Lady smith."
Although today's news from
South Africa is grave, tho ad
herents of peaoo still dorivo a
glimpao of hope from somo dis
patches stating that the stago of
nosotiation is not yet fully ter
minated. The nows is contradictory.
Side by side with the announce
raflut that the Boers have occupied
Lniog's Nek is printed a dinpatcb
from Pretoria etating that tho
Trinnynal Government has iiuod
ptrict injunctions to tho command
ants that British tarritory moat
not be invaded and that Commandant-General
published a proclamation threat
ening to shoot any man who
crosses the border.
Scarcely had tho advocates oC
peace exchanged oongra illation
over tho announcement from tho
Transvaal that J. H. Hoffmoyer,
the-Afrikander loador, and W. P.
Sohrelner, tbe Cape Premier, bad
undertaken n joint semi-official
peace mission and had actually
started for Pretoria, wbero they
ought to bavo arrived last evening,
when lalor messages from tbe
Transvaal capital deolared that
tbe Boer Government knew noth
ing of this alleged mission and
that, in any event, nothing ooald
preservo peace but the withdrawal
of the British demands.
There is not a jot of evidence
going to show that the burghers
Warthip for Phlllppla.
Washington, Oot. 4. Tho Pre
sident today dirootod tho imme
diate dispatch to tho Philippines
of a number of vessels of the Navy
includes the cruiser Brooklyn and
the gunboats Marietta and Ma
ohias. The aotion is tbe rbsult of
Admiral Dewey's intorviow today,
io which ho wont over tbe Philip-
Sines situation with the Presi
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