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VICTORY for American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
Vol. VII. No. 1350.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Cents.
THREE WEEKS AND AlDAY
Then Toe Greater Exposition at Omaha
Will Be "Pan."
Glrla' Seminary Exhltblt President McKinley
Expected Robert Hahtead and W. lock
wood Bishop Williams.
Omaha, Neb,, Oot. 9. Throe
weeks and a day remain to the
'life of the Greater America Expo
sition. Its sucoese in attracting
peoplo from outside of Omaha baa
not yet beoo demonstrated. "Next
month yon will nee tbe crowd," is
,a prophecy that has t-p.nt itself in
tho utterance as July, August and
Soptember have checked off their
days on tue calendar. Aua sun
tho promise is made, though limit
ed to certain creat "dayH."
Tomorrow an oxcurs'nu party
of a round thousand people is ox
nected from Hastings, in return
for Omaha's two thousand that
patronized "the queen city's"
street fair on Saturday week
Then thero is to bo a "Woodmen
of tho World" day. Some faint
hope is even cherished that Fro
sident MoEinloy will he induced
to' visit Otnha before tho end of
In anticipation of a better at
tendance for part of thetimere
mnining, no expense is being
spared, in keeping with conserved
resources, for timber improving
tho Hawaiian exhibit. I1 ho re
ceipt of articles of handicraft from
the Kobala girls' seminary and
more than a hundred new pic
tnrea from Honolulu affords ma
terial for the 'improvement in
question. Whilo installing tho
fresh exhibits additional decora
five work will be done, and invita
tion plaoards put up to prevent
the inadvertent passiug by of
When the installation is com
pleted, as should be tonight, the
Hawaiian exhibit will consist of
four numbered sectioun, each
covering a floor space of out
thousand square feet. At tho
eamo time tho exhibit will moro
than ever deservo the credit somo
have given it hitherto, of
boinp one of the most
attractive as well bb investing inlOlfice" Hart, Will, Kawaiaea,
a "Greater Amorica" sense in the
Side attractions at tho fair aro
being kept up, bat becoming mo
notonous for laok of variety. Bell
etodt'a band is still under engage
ment. Even its earlier bits of no
vel compositions, with rich humor
sandwiched between the classical
numbers, are1 scarcely any more
attempted. A big sputtor of fire
works is promised for one of the
coming "days." Following the
LUBECK CRAWLING UP.
Following is the standing in the BULLETIN'S Boys Tribune Bicycle
race, up to and including yesterday:
1st Prize Tribune Bicycle. 2nd Prize Suit of
Clothes. "3rd Prize Palp of Shoes.- 4th Prize
The twenty boys at the head of the list when the contest closes will be
given free tickets to such performance of the Boston Lyric Opera Com
pany as they may select The next batch, twenty boys below the high
est, will be given free tickets to the Orpheum.
Ah Far 3885 George Crowell . 188
F. Lubeck T. 3854 J. Keki 185
C. Louis 1589 Thomas 182
Frank Stone 1252 Akieu 175
MonYin IH4 Jimmle 159
John Shaw 615
Willie Sylva 594
Ed. Medelros 448
Ah Kin 360
Bill Reidel 248
' Ivan Shunk. .' 199
blowing up of the Maino with a
torpedo, the finale of tho afloruoon
lagoon performances now consists
of the Olympia running amongst
Captain Towse and wifo have
not yet returned from their eastern
Robert Halstead and W. Lack
land of Honolulu woro reported
on Sunday weok as registered, at
the Millard .hotel. As your cqr
respondent, when he saw the item,
wbb just leaving town to meet his
wife about fifty miles out, the
home visitors bad flown boforo he
cillod to see them.
Bishop Williams of the Episco
pal church, colored has visited the
Hawaiian exhibit. With the edi
tors of tbo Enterprise and Dr.
Rioketts, tbo bishop is taking
groat intorestin tho question of
colored labor for the Hawaiian
plantations. Ho already is con
vinced, from his own independent
thinking, that tbe proposition of
fers not only a solution of the
Hawaiian labor problem but a
resolvent in great measure of some
of tbe ills enwrappins his race in
the South. Dishop Williams is a
bright and youthful looking gen
tleman, and was a college mate of
a nepbow of Bishop Willis.
For tbe pst eight days tbe
weather here has been delightful
cloar.crisp but not onld, autumn
days and nights. Today has a
suggestion of snow not far away.
CAPT. PARKER WINS MEDAL
Tho police have been so onthn
siastio over shooting for tho
various medals put up by tbe At
torney General and Marshal
Brown that theyhavo almost-completed
the gold modal shoot in
two montliB time although they
were niveo three months during
which to make the ten ecoroa.
Contain Parker finished this
moruiuc with 411 and officer Ka-
loikini with 89G. Althongh tho
other officers may finish their
scores thero is no chance for them
09 shown by tho previous Bcores.
Captain Barker elands winner of
the medal with Kaleikini a close
Tho entries in this shoot were
as follows: Captain Parker, Cap
tain Kekai, Lieut. Gardner, and
xouhku, ii.niuiH.iui, xinijju, ju.ub-
nini, Lambert, Fernandez and A.
The attention of the polioe will
now bo tamed to tho silver medal.
There are about as many entries
in this event. One or two offioers
have but ono or two more scores
to shoot. .
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat and Nose diseases and
Catarrh. Masooio Temple.
M. Smith ,, 142
Manuel Costa ". 139
'David (Liilii) 121
Ah Fong 118
Johnnie Sylva 114
Frank Yasso 104
Charlie Williams 93
M. Marks 90
Willie Cunha 86
Jno. P 63
IS IT MINISTER COOPER
That He Will Bet Minister
of the Interior.
President Dole Said Nothing Was Done at Cabi
net Meeting Today Attorney General
Considered Good Han for tbe Place.
Hundreds of times today has
the question, "Who is to be tho
next Minister of tho Interior,"
been asked on the streets and at
both government buildings and,
so far as any decisive notion on
tbo part of tho Cabinet is con
cerned, no ono is any tho wiser.
Tho names of J. A. McOandless
and J. A. Hiasingor were men
Today Alex. Young's namo was
veryfavorably mentionedby several
prominent busiuess man. Mr.
Young 1 expeoted back in tho
Earlv this afternoon, what
seems to be b very woll foundod
rumor is current. Attorney Gon
oral Coopor is montionod as tho
new Minister of the Into.ior, the
government considering him fav
orably not only on account of his
perfect suitability for the position
but as a means of getting out of
the difficulty caused by tbo deoid
od recommendations of other can
didates. If tho rumor is woll founded
the question naturally arises,
"Who is to bo the no t Attorney
General?" It is understood
that tin appolntmiut wil
bo in ado from tbe ranks tho at
torney down town.
President Dole stated today that,
although tbero had been a meet
ing of the Cabinet this morning,
nothing for publication bad been
done. Tbo matter1 of n man to
fill Captain King's place had
been talked over but no decision
Minister Coopor is conceded by
all who have heard of the rumor
of bis probable appointment to
tbi) offioa of Minister of tho Inte
rior to bo the right man in the
right place. When ho filled the
position temporarily during tho
absenco of Captain King his work
was known to be of tho very best
and his handling of knotty prob
lems most satisfactory.
. What Attorney Genoral Coopor
said when asked about tbo matter
today was this: ''I bavo not boen
asked to take the Dosition.
Whether or no I should acoept if
it were ouereu me is another ques-
ana ono jl am not propareu to
speak on at the presont moment.
It is very probable that Captain
Crano of the Town Football team
will call a mootingof the enthusi
asts of the city at 5 o'clock tomor
row afternoon to consider tbo re
cent proposition from tbo Coast.
It is a diffioolt matter to get la
meeting in tho evening and bo tho
men most interested havo asked
for ono in the aftanoon.
The Honolulu players are anxi
ous to come to somo deoision as
soon ub posBiblo in order that Ha
waii may make a good showing
should tho proposition be ac
cepted. It is the opinion of several of
tho most prominont players of tho
oity that it would pay in moro
ways than one to have tbo Cali
fornia team bore. Thero is no
doubt that tho attondanoe would
be extremely large and, in tho
event of an insufficient amount to
Eay expenses being tokon in,
usiness mon of the city would
certainly bo willing to mako up
tbo shortage, Indeed, thoro aro
not a fow Dusiness men in town
who have lined np ia a football
team at oollege.
Sohooner Ada was unable to
get away , for Hanaloi today on
account of delayed freight. She
IN TBE HIGHER COURTS
Samuel Andrews Has Brought Snit Tor
Damans Also- Asked Judgement Against
Willy Darts and Theresa. WIlcoxTram-
ways Company Matters.
Tho Supreme Court haB allow
ed the writ of orror in tha oass of
Scott vs. Apau and tho deoUion of
the Cirouit Court in thodso is
rovorsod so far aa tho costs against
defendant an are concerned Tho
case is remanded to theOircuitConrt
which is directed to award coats to
the appellee Soott.
Samuel Andrews has suedWa
hinenui and Kaikena for tho pos
session of certain lands situate at
Mak'ua, Waianae, and for 1500
damages in oaob case for wrongfully
converting the land to their own
An execution has been returned,
satisfied against G. Apu in the
sum of $23.92. Tho judgment was
given in a tax case.
Santifaotion of judsment is ro
turned in the case of EbonLow,
tax assessor for Hawaii, vs.
Pohu in tho sum of $26 G2.
Judgements and exoontions issu
ed against Wally Davis for $34.40
and Theresa Wilcox for S29.17 on
suits brought by J. J. Egan, havj
been returned not satisfied.
In tho case of thoTramways Co.
the plaintiff bavo filed exceptions
to tbo defendant's answer filed
several days ago. Certain parts
of tlin-unwHr cscoumu' lo a.fc
tormed impertinent and scandal
ous by the tho attorneys for tho
plaintiff. The conrt is asked to
strike out tho portions of tbe an
swer objected to.
A docieion is expected eoon in
tho Ihara murder case.
CLAY CLEMENT TONIGHT
At tho Opera Houae this even
ing Clay Olemnut will bo seen in
ono of his greatest creations "Bel
phegor" "Tho Mountebank." Tho
Chicago Herald comeuting on tbo
"Clement had it all his own
way bn even hypnotized his own
brethern in art, bo that actors in
tho parquet wore observed to ap
plaud with extraordinary enthu
siasm. Bnt then overybody ap
plauded, u patairs and down stairs
and tbero were curtain oalls after
every aot, when the very gods
yelled for a speech after the third
aot Mr. Clement responded in a
voice choked with emotion. He
recalled the faot that he was born
in this state, educated at the Old
University of Chioago and it was
his greatest joy, he said, that
Chicago had seen fit to accord
him tho greatest triumph of his
brief career. It wsb a manly
honest littlo speech and tho audi
anoo rowardod Mr. Clement with
hearty round , of np-
nrave Doat nay.
John Manuka, tbo biggest boat-
boy at the landing, stopped what
would have boon a serious run
away on the wateifront thia
A horse, attached to a baok,
bolted near Brewer's buildioc.
and tore shafts and harness up a
little until iuanuka crabbed him
by the bead. Mahuka sustained
slight injuries to his left hand.
No further damago was done. ,
Nnnvr on Maunu Kea,
Prof. Lyons of tho Weather
Buroau informs tho Bulletin
that thoro was snow on Mauna
Kea last week. This is the vory
first ot tho season.
The American ship Great Ad
miral is on tho way horo from
Nowcastlo with 1980 tons coal.
FULL CARGO OP JAPANESE
Seven Hundred More Contract Labor-
ZD" for Sugar Plantations."
S. S. Carlisle City (From Yokohama In Port
Oriental Freight (or Honolulu -Sails
fef San Diego Tonight.
Seven hundred more Japanoso
contract laborers came into the
country today on board tbo, steam-
or Carlisle Oity and wore expediti
ously landed in quarantine.
At one o'olook this morning tho
immigrant vessel arrived horo,
coming up to tho Ooeanic wharf
about G o'clock and-immediately
commencing to disckargo about
3000 packages of goneral Oriental
merchandise for Honolulu.
Tbo immigrants presontod nn
interesting picture on tbe steamer
early today bofore tho steam scow
transfered them to the red village
on Quarantine leltnd. A Bulle
tin reporter ioBpeoted
their quarters . aboard;
tho ship wis crowded lo tbo limit
and the Japaneso ware heidod to
gether liks cattle. The sleeping
apartments are big, broad shelves
upon which ten or a dozan psople
sock repose, these "are separated
by a low putition, about six inoh
es in height, to prevent the oc
cupants of the bunks from rolling
out of place.
That thero Wis nn sickness
aboard is a thing hard to
understand and a fact that relleoU
groat credit on tho cue and-mau-
cf,;mont r.rtno doctor nnu oincere
of the Carlisle Oity.
Tbe si von hundred and odd im
migrants includes 592 male, i)!)
females, and 8 children. ' Two
Japanese overseers are with the
Twelve passengers for San Die
go aro aoomodat-'d iu the saloon,
jnuo ot these is n Mr. Alorcao, a
prominent San Diego merchant
who has boon in Japan on busi
ness connected with hU firm. Tho
Carlisle Oity expects to loavo for
that port this afternoon.
Tho steamor loft Yokohama on
tho 11th instant, the ryphoou was
ragiug when she went into that
Tbo olfioerB of the steamor are
Captain Aiken, Chief Officer Har
rison, Second Officer Wallaoo and
Ohiof Eogineer Croll.
Mcholion Uowm a Mali,
First mate Nicholson of tho
steamer Mauna Loa entertained a
large crowd on tbo Inter Island
whnr, this morning by his finally
successful efforts to load n couple
of contrary-mindod mules.
Ono lon-earol boast tried his
best to kiok tho ooarago out of tho
mato,but that plucky individual got
bis mule by the ears nt, tho sarao
timo holding the halter round his
wriBt and gave him several abort
jabs on tbo noso with his right.
Tbo mule did everything but
swear and wasv finally swung
aboard the steamor in a heap.
Dewey, tne man,
On To Manila.
is depicted is
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE GO.'S
HAWAIIAN BAR ASSOCIATION
Important By-Law Passed at Meeting
Held Yery Recently.
"Cappers" and What They Do -Attorneys;
Who Employ Them to "Work Up" Cases
Such Conduct Unprofessional.
At tho last moetiog of tho Ha
waiian Bar Association held a
fow daya ago, the following by
law was adoped :
"It aball bo deemed unprofes
sional for any member of the asso
ciation to give or allow any com
mission, bonus, or reward to any
parson not n member of tho bar
for any legal businosa
of any kind what
ever whioh may ho brought to him
by such porson."
Beforring to the adoption by
tho Bar Association ot this by-law,
a prominent attornoy bad tho fol
lowing to say yesterday:
"Tbo by law you speak of was
adopted at tbo meeting without
one dissonting vote althongh tharo
wore those preieut who will bo af
fected by it.
"The Bar Association hai lout;
bad this move in conterap itiou
on account of the increase of Chi
nese and othor 'cappers' and tho
extremely unprofessional n iture
f such a cours".
"Thoso 'cappers' aro not given
any salary but are paid a certain
percentage on the work thoy uiog
ho attornov for whom they "o
working. Thoy go out into the
by-waya and 'work up cases, no
matter what their merit may be,
iu order to get their-percentago.
"I know of nn attornoy who
gives his 'cappers' two-thirds of
what ho makes out of tbe cases
b obtains through thoir instru
mentality. This kind of thing
must bo stopped and any attorney
of the association will ba tried for
unprofessional conduct if ho
violates tho newl? adopted by
law." m m
The woddinc of Miss Annio
Kathleen Kinp, daughter of Mrs.
Amy L. King to Captain Harlzoll
Drtsher, U. S. A., took place at tbo
bomo of tho bridn's motberio Nou
anu Valley at 2 p. m. today, tho
Rev. V. M. Kincaid performing
tbe ceremony. The house wan
prettily decorated in white and
green. Tho members of tho f ami
ly and a few of tha immediate
friends were present. A wedding
breakfast was Bervod after tho
ceremony and then the newly
marriod couple went down to tho
dopot to take the afternoon train
for Waialua hotel whore tho
honeymoon is to be spant.
1 m 1
Peoplo who arrived from Maui
in tho Sunday steamer tll of an
exceedingly large catch of Oopus
or mud fish made in tho Kakipi
gulch near Huelo during tbo
heavy rains of last week. The na
tives used tho old method of plac
ing lattioo like platforms in tho
propor places and caught barrels
tul of what is known as the Nakea.
Tho Napili and Oau wero discard
od as theso aro not as good eating
the Nakea. ,
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For Sale by Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Fort St., Sign ot the Big Shoe.
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