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VICTORY for American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
Vol. VII. No. 13G0.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Obnts.
BOSTON LYRICS HAVE WON
The Tom by tbe Excellencs of Their
Josephine Stanton Given Enthusiastic Reception
Optra Bouse Crowded-Good Season
NEWARK'S OFFICERS ANGRY
Deny the Published Account of Disorder
Police Received Courteously Dliclpllne
Aboard Sailors Are Sailors Eie
cutlre Officer Cotter.
A houso crowded to tho doors
greeted tbo first appeorouco of the
widely .heralded Bosl.m Lyrio
Opera Gotnpauy at tbe Hawaiian
Opera House la&t overling. Tho
audience, which from tho front
row of tho orchestra to the stand
ing room in the gallery was a
thoroughly representative one,
and the Uonlon Lyrics' reputation
will not suffer from tho comments
passed upou their work in comic
opera by tho wealthy fashionable
or gallery god critics of Honolulu.
Tho patrons of the opera were
not only satiBfiod, they wore en
thusiastic and their encores were
frequent and continued. Tho
company is up to the mark and
fulfills all its promises in excel
lonce of principals force of good
operatio cburaclor. To echo
tho opinion of the people
attending tho first perfor
mance the Boston Lyrics ate "all
richt" and will unquestionably
. .. . T 1
receive me universal pairuuagu
which they merit.
Bald Pasha tho opera given last
night is of the gay oud festive
type, a stand by of comio opera
that lequires no extensive descrip
tion. Borne portions of the second
act wore cut and replaced by spe
cialties, which considering the sup
poied tender sensibilities of Ho
nolulu audiences wan uot a bad
move, particularly as the songs by
Josephine Stanton the p.iraa
donna, woro oncoreil to the
echo. MUs Stanton was given
tho enthusiastic reception which
the nlendid fulfillment of her
leadinc role merited. Of pretty
face and fiuure, sho completes the
requirement of a high class artist
with a voico powerful-and sweet.
The most exacting cmld find
no flaw in the rocoptiou accorded
bor by an audionco that, in notably
not lavish in its favorfl except in
rcsponso to tho best. Her song
"Lovo is tho King" in the first
st as tho first test of her capabil
ities was hinhly gratifying and
her nlase among operatic favorites
is assured so far aa II molulu is
Itivetto Hook well pUyod the
fssttvs Said Pasha to perfection.
Ha has an attractive voice and
Steel stage stage presence. Henry
allaaa as Torano, the Mexican
was a marked favorite as was
JSugene Rogers, as tin Rajah.
The comedians Johu flendorson
a Kookoy and George Kunkel as
Hadad brought down the house at
acarly avory appearance on the
atago. Henderson was particular
ly favored. Maude L'ekley as
Alti and Katherino McNeil as the
Sarah's sister in search of a hus
titmi. fulfilled their respect ire rolos
bin class rendition. A. L.
THE NEW STOCK TO ISSUE
A Majority of the Stock Yoted at
the Waialaa Meeting.
Arguments Pro. and Con. B. F. Dillingham
Resigns C. M. Cooke Elected Probable
Action Price of Stock.
One of the evening papersin
speaking of tho arrests of seve
ral sailors bolonging to the U. S.
A. Newark, by tho native police,
orilicsos very severely tho attitude
of the ofBoors of the ship towards
the police. It claimed that in as
sisting the marines to round up
thosailors drunk sndotherwise un
ruly the native officers were attack
ed and iniulted by the sailors both
on shore aud on board ship when
In fact it states that when ono
officer went aboard to make his
report that there was no effort
made by tho officer of tho deck
to protect him from tho "most
vulgar epithets and -vile language
that was hurled at him;" aud he
probably escaped bodily harm
only by given a guard of oigbt
men to see .. im safely off the
Lxooutivo Othoer Gutlor ottbe
Newark when interviwed by a
Bulletin repoi tor said: "We are
all both officers and men,groatly
incensed at tho attaok made upon
us by one of your evening papers
and I wish to Bay as rogards tne
treatment of the native officer
wbon be came on board, that ho
wab received every courtesy.
"Oar men are too well discip
lined to be givon the opportunity
nf cloioc what is stated by that
'article, and I wish to say podtive-
ly that there was on vulgar langu
age used towards him and at uo
time waB ho in any danger.
"What tbe sailors did on (-bore
when on lave, they do in every
port wbere tbey havoBbore liberty.
Sailors are s'llors aud they uual
ly resent any interference when.
iu liquor; particularly is this
so whore the police of any port
are concornad. Tbo native police
are simply having the same ex
perience that all police have in
all ports when men of-war of any
nation give their bailors, shore
WAS FOLL OF STOWAWAYS
SomitbiM About Men Taken From Aus
tralia's Hold Yesterday.
Billy Anntrostf Had Troubles of His Own Ita-
llin laborers From M oasalua Want
ed to Get Away.
Tho meeting of tho shareholders
of tbo Waialna Plantation took
place this morning in tho Cham
ber of Gommerco rooms. Tho
mooting was not as largely attond
ed as the first one, in the neigh,
borhood of 26,000 shares being
represented out of the total of
There woro arguments for and
ugainst tho motion to increase tho
capital, the principal speakers bo
ing tho samo as at the first meet
Wbon tho motion was put to
voto it was found that with proxies
and all there were 25,941 votes in
favo- and 571 votes against tho
measure. Tho result was receiv
ed with applause1 by many of
After'tho pricoipal business of
tho meeting was over an election
WITH CABINET,. MINISTERS
Some Matters of Business Attended to
at To-day's Session.
S. H. Damon Heard From Was. hi Romt
October 24 -Light Wine and Beer License
Police officers woro extremely
busy on tho Australia yesterday
afternoon and nowBpop9r men
wero also busy following-up tho
A.few minutes before the de
parture of the Australia big Jim
Eupibea arrived on dock with
Billy Armstrong, ono of tbe prin
cipals in tbe fight at Independence
Park Saturday night, in his
strong grip. . Tho two passed
through tho crowd and went di
rectly to the Marshal's ..(Bee.
Wbon questioned, Armstrong
admitted having attempted to
stow i.way down in the bold of the
Australia. Tne trouble and worry
over his recent dilemma hud mado
him anxious to got aw.i) and out
of it all. Marshal Brown then gave
Armstrong some good sound ad-
vioo, telling bim that another at
Big Land Deal.
There was recorded recently one
of the btRRest private land deals
, that has been heard of here for
quite a period. By the term of the
agreement the Palolo and Kapahutu
lands passes Into the hands of A. F.
Cooke will divide these up Into lots.
The sum paid was 87,000. The
; land In Palolo was formerly owned
by a native before It passed into the
. hands of Mr. Cartwrlght.
At a meeting of tbo- Cabinet'
this forenoon thoro was discus
sion on several matters of im
portance. Thoro mbb nothing
definite dono with these bo. no
news could bo givon out for publication.
' Minister Young roported on
matters iu connection with tho
Lahainu landin? brought up in a
meeting of the Cabinot a few days
since. Mr. Howell bas reported
tho work under way which means
that the, dredging has begun..
A light 'Wine and beer licenso
has been granted E. O. Houston
for Pearl Oily. This has former
ly been held by Caterer Chapman
but the licenso has run out aud
Mr. Chapman has not seen fit to
Information throuch Blshoo &
Co. and Alexander Baldwin was
for vioe-presidont was held and O. ornpt of tho kind would land him received, Btating that S. M. Da
M. Cooke was elected to take the
place of B. F. Dillingham re
signed. What tho results of the issuance
of tho new stock will be am uot at
presont known. Tho action taken
wbioh was foreseen has h;d tbo
effect of stiffening both the assess
ablo and paid up stock ou the
market aB will be noticed by the
quotations on this morning stock
LOU the Ueellr.
One of the passengers of tbo
Gaelic a gentleman en route to
Japan, took advantage of the short
stay in Honolulu to drive to Wai
kiki with Mr. Frank Atberton.
After enjojing a swim they
started for the ship. On the way,
however, the horse became excit
ed and during his plungings,
broke tbe harness beyond imuie
diate repair. A back was tale
phoned for but so muob time was
consumed that on their arrival at
tbe dook it was just in time to bob
the Qaelio going out of the har
bor. The unwilling visitor will
remain nniil Nm. ft wtinn I in Toil I
ley has a good voice but bis continue his voyage.
a aernuio 010 own.
ieaorns is strong in voice,
MMMM nu upon, ana buowb
eatstai naming uncior nrsr, oiass
leadership. There were no delays
r "disagreeable misundarstana
igs" between the orchestra prin
cipals oc thorns whiob oftentimes
war the first night of oven the
'elopers. In this rospeot tho
aaapany and its leader maybe
credited with perfootioi.
"Jbaum ud tho situation Hono-
lata is assured of a moat excellent
ef era season. The company is a
good one and deserves tho most
saeeeBsful season as regards pa
tronage of and theatrical organiz
ation that has oomo to this city.
Daring the intermission Paul
cry .violinist favored the audionco
with a beautiful rendition of
Sikubort's Serenade which was
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye
Ear, Throat and Noso diseases and
An Aecaaer Arretted.
iiane, me nauve wno accused a
boy of stealing a gold watch and
who was the only ono who gave
testimony dirootly against him in
the Police Court this forenoon has
been arrested on tbe charge of
laroeny in the socond degree, the
polioe believing him to be tho
Mall For Divorce.
Suaan B. Eahilina, formerly
Mrs. Bertleman of Kauai, has
brought suit for divorce against
Isaao Eahilina on tbo ground of
extreme cruelty. Mrs. Kauilina
states that her husband not only
dragged her about by the hair of
her head but threatened to kill
Judco Stanley is still busily on-
gaged in tho Cirouit Court matters
Captain Pitikor and police of
ficers returned from Waialna
yesterday afternoon with the
Obionman under aentonco of 50
for assaulting a luntt in their
charge. The fellow is now at tbe
police station for safo keeping, he
baving not yet paid his fine in tbe
Waianae District Court.
Tbe polico also took tbe assault
ed luna to Ewa there to remain
until matters are adjusted and all
ib quiet aaiu. LueUninampn wbo
formed tho mob that attacked tho
iail yesterday and the night bo
foro have sworn to kill him it
they get a chanoe. Captain Park
er states that tbey are in a very
ugly mood and - would carry out
their threat Bbould the present
feeling oontinne. The luna is
himself a Chinaman.
Tbe four Chinaman arrested by
tho polico yesterday afternoon on
tne charge of riotiog wero tried
shortly afterwards and sentenced
to eighteen months' imprisonment
at hard labor by Judge Kekabuna.
This is considered a pretty stiff
sentonoe but the judge wished to
show the remainder of the gang
what tney would get if tbey per
siated in rioting. Tbo prieoners
will arrive in town this afternoon.
r. o o
Conducted lilt Own Cat.
Konahala, appeared in the
Police Court this forenoon on the
oharge of larceny in tho seoond
degree, he having been accused
by Kane ol stealing a gold waton.
The yonng man conducted bis
own case in a very clover manner
and proved an alibi by two wit
nesses. Tho only evidence against
Konahala was that of Kanu who
swore that tbe boy had handed
him the watoh. Judge Wiloox
gave the young man the benefit of
a uouoi ana uisonargeu aim.
in jail. He was tbon alloaoJ to
go an his way.
A short timo previous to this
ppisodo six Italians, contract la
borers from MoanaluB, were found
iy tbe hold of tbe Australia. They.
likoArmstrong, made no fuss and
woro brought ashore.
Bcsidos these eoven men there
were two or three other stowaways
brought BBhore. Tho polico cer
tainly did tuoir work woll.
it if reported tuat u woman in
man's clothes was in tho engine
room of the Australia when that
vessel left, doing duty as fireman.
This could not be corroborated a
it wai so close to sailing time
when tbe rumor was heard.
POLICE POIll'K CHA.NUKS.
Clint Bird, tbe Captain of tho
Princoton '85 eleven, was a
through pasBonger in tho Gaelio
yesterday. Ho visited eeveral of
his formor mates whilo hero and
during tho day was tho guest of
Fred J. Church.
Captain Kokai and Lieut. Hick
ard huvo resigned from the police
force. Captain Kekai has ohoson
auothor line of work that ho bo
lievcB will bring him iu more
money aud that is much more to
his taste. He has always given
tno very ueet or. satisfaction as a
captain and his superiors ab well
ai bis inferiors are sorry to loso
Lieut. Opunui has been pro
moted to be oiptaiu in Kekai's
placo whilo John Thomas and
Antone Fernaudez, the latter a
formor captain of polioe on Ha
waii, have boon promoted to bo
Aboai Contract Labor.
A prominent planter upon be
ing interviewed a few days ago on
tbo subject of labor and S. M.
Damon's mission to Italy remark
ed: "Contract labor ia pan hero.
Why oven now when Japanese
and others, who are under con
tracts to serve on various planta
tions, take it into their heads to
run away, the plantation people
do not chase after tbem as hereto
fore but simply allow them to go
on their way.
Sajrlor Will Go.
Ben Saylor, brothor of Harry
Saylor of this oily, has mado tip
his mind to go along' with Mr.
Weaver on tho yaoht(Norna. Ask
ed this forenoon as ' to when the
Noma would get away for tbe
South Seaa Mr. Saylor replied:
"I do not know yet. Both
Mesflers Weaver and 8aylor wero
busy about town this morning.
To bo up-to dato and stylish it
is necossary to don M10 latest."
Tho N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
have just landed a fine lot of Un
oeda capos of tho mostfasbiouablo
makos. Soo ad on pago 2.
mon naa cuoled uis arrival in
Borne, Oct. 21. Mr. Dolo eaid ho
thought Mr. Damon would be
thero but two or threo days. It is
understood that Mr. Damon will
await there instructions from
Ico matter of tbn Kalihi pump
ing plant was brought. Mr. Dol
stated that this work would be
pushed BLi rapidly as possible
'I ho. Groat Northern. .
Tho Great Nnrthorn Railway
Company of St. Paul, Minn., has
given a large order for island
views to tho Le Munyon Photo
Co. Tbo views a 0 to bo unp-d in
sdvortising tbe tvautios of Hawaii
wnioli may bo reached bv the
linos of steamers and railroads
contracted by tbe Groat Northern.
Mr. Le Munyon writes that work
is being pushed night and day on
iu BiutimiTH uamg nunc oy tne
Company to ply between Seattla
and the Philippines via Honolulu.
A fino program is now running
at tbe Orpbenm. The'ecoentrio
tripartite Itnnd, Byron, and
Band continue to crack new
jokes and amuse tho audionco
with tbeir clever absurdities in
military maneuver. Miss Drey
fuss, tho chic little dansense, in
her sketoh "A Private Behea'ssl"
as a favorite, is an increasing
quantity nightly, breakiog tbo
hearts and oxoiting tho applause
of tbe sterner sex. The other old
favorites are all at their best.
Germany Plana to Import Chlneia.
Berlin, October 21. Tho Co
logne Gazette publishes tbe ad
vertisement of a big manufacturer
for p:ople to join him in import
ing Chinese at servants and facto
Prom Hawaii Xfmr.
Mr. Crawford who returned
from Hawaii yetorday had tbo
following to say of matters on the
"I called on Manager McStocker
of Olaa and loarnrd that all the
plantation laud on tbe mnkai side
of the Volcano road has been
cleared and ploughing operation
uavo pegun. ioito a good deal of
planting has btoo dono about ten
miles from H:lo.
"Of course the Volcnno nowa
is always received iu Honolulu as
a 'fake' but I wa at tbo Volcano
House for a day and can say that
Kilaoea. is smoking profusely and
all about the Volcano (louse tho
steam cracks tire sending forth
great volumes of aWm
HuellaT ()uu Wentrtvl.
UeportB from diffortnt parla of
tfio Islands speak of unusually
cool weather prevailing during
tbe paat week or so. A corres
pondent at Kuhala, ou the big
Island, writes onder a rtcont dator
"l'ho weather up hero at present
i anything but tropical. It has
l).ieu very wet for two or throe
days, and to day quito cold wind
has been blowiug. Both the
lapauesu and natives hate this
weather it is too cold for Ihoiu."
Translated lata Preach.
Dr. Maxwell's recent roport has
hoan translatod into French and
will bo printed iu pamplet form
for tbo Paris Exposition. Thia is
tbo first work thtt Im heeu douu
towards Hawaii's oxbibit.
m a m
The artesian well tf Honolulu
have r sen throe inches since tho
Tbe German Lutheran Church
has an important tiotioo in today's
In tbe Police Court this fjre
noou Lin Tai win liund $10 and
coats on the charge of common
W. H. McLean left on tbo Aus
tralia yesterday for a visit to hie
family in San Jose. Ho cxpeefa
to bo back in about two mouths.
Judge Perry has allowed tho
plaintiffs bill of cobIb for S28.6Q
iu the registry case of the Falls of
Clyde against the objection of da
Paul Egry the Hungartae via
linist with tbe Boston Lyrio Coat
pany charmed tho audience at tka
opera house last, evening by kia
rendition of Schubert's Soreaade
and ''Coram' Thr'o' The Bye,"
during tho intermission.
A little difficulty yesterday Va
tween a collector for an express
company and a popular oomediaat
who left on tbo Australia reaaltad
in a scoro of two knook dowaa ia
favor of the collector .and aa.
apology on the part of the ooaMcl-ian.
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