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The Bulletin Speaks fop American Interests in Hawaii.
Vol. VII. No. 1307.
HONOLULU, U. 1., THUKSDAY, NOVEMBElt 2, 1899.
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SILVER CUP HAS ARRIVED
Honolulu Stock Exchange Trophy Offer
ed In Race Last Year.
Beautiful Specimen of Silversmith's Art -Inscription
and .Make up or Cup -Will
Be Exhibited Soon.
Socretary Charles J. Fulli of tbo
Honolulu S'bbk Exchange recoiv
cd by tbo last Australia tbo silver
cup offered by that body as a
trophy for th winner in ono of
tho races on the lltli of June.
Tha cup is from Gorbam, tho
famous New YjikHitveremith, and
is therefore nil oxcedlfciit piooo of
workmanship. It was oxbibitod
at tho Honolulu Slock Exohango
for tho first tirao today.
Tbo Bolid silver cup is a mag
nificent Boaoimeu of tin Bilver-
omith'e art. It is in the shape of
n loving cup with a capaoity
(without ioo) of seven pints. Tho
lower part is beautifully chased
while the upper part in smooth.
The heicht. is ton inches. Tho
tlmm handles curve into n psrfeotl
capital 0 and aro joined to tholmiuht have beon accidental but,
cup by chased sections. Onthol following so closely, upon tha re-
tbo following inscription ; i
Honolulu Stock Exchange
It was won by Loupe in tho
llth of Juno races and ib there
fore the property of W. Woltera
of H. Huokfold&Uo., Ltd. Ab Boon
us possible, tho name of tho win
ner and the time and distancoof
the race will be oncr&vod below
tim inscription oivon ahovo. Tho
mm will ba on exhibition in
Wiohman's window a couple of
days from now.
Hod Hit LOff IlrOkPn
A Japanoso loboror of tlio 0. 11.
& L. Co. had his leg broken at
about 1 o'olook today. Ho was
assisting in tho woilc of moving
Borne boxes to the rear of tho do
pot when an oxtromely bowy ono
foil on his left leg, brenkiu? tho
bones just above tin nukle. "The
patrol wagon was telephoned for
and, arriving on the echo a very
short timo afterwards, took the
poor fellow to tho hospital where
nis injury was attonded
No Cabinet Mfu'lntf.
Minister Molt-Smith is onjny
iag a season of rest at Haleiwa,
Minister Cooper woi busy with
inspecting the police Hub fore
There was no Cabinet meeting
Following is the standing in the BULLETIN'S Boys Tribune Bicycle
v race, up to and including yesterday:
1st Prize Tribune Bicycle. 2nd Prize Suit of
Clothes. 3rd Prize Pair o? Shoes. 4th Prize
The twenty boys at the head of the list when the contest closes will be
given free tjekets 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 Orpheurm- -
F. Lubeck 5004 George Crowell . . 20G
Ah Far " 5001 Thomas V. 205
C. Louis 1723 Aldeu 197
Frank Stone 1252 J. Keki 195
, MoriYin 1201 Jimmie 159
Correo 703 David (Liilii) 162
. John Shaw 739 M. Smith 142
' Willie Sylva 658 Manuel Costa 139
Ed. Medeiros 544 Ah Fong 153
Foster 508 August..., , 128
Ah Kin 429 En rato Sylva '. 124
'i i Townsend " 308
V Sing Chong 297
' Herbert 296
Bill Reidel 248
PungQuai ; 252
TRACKS IN CANE F1FLDS
Indicated Intended Mischief By
at Waianae Plantation.
Fifth Ringleader In Recent Trouble Supposed To
Be Guilty Person -What Deputy Sheriff
Faneuf Has To Say.
Tho three polioe officers, Nawao
Xkakani and Wills, who woro ex
pected to return to town today,
havo b:ou detained at that place
on ncconnt of tho continued
trouble with tho rioting Ohiuose
who, instead of beomiug cowed
by the stiff eentouco of oightoeu
months given four of tho loaders
of the rocent riot, are all tho mom
surly and bujw a disposition that
savors of trouble.
At about 7 o'olook last evening
the cano on a part of tho plnnU
tion was discovered to b e on tiro.
The whole plantation fore?, in
cluding manager, clerks aud lunas'
together with tho police, were
called out and, after a groit atruc-
gle, sucoeoded in getting tuo
ilamea under control
0 courso. the event of tho fire
out trouble, the tniug looks sus
picions, to say the least.
Siuoe last night uo further
trouble has occurred but tbo po
lice, maungors aud luuas aro on
the qui vivo for moro along the
same lino as tho riot and fire.
Marshal Brown states thit tho
tbreo Honolulu policemen will re
main at Wuianao until nil signo of
trouble have disappeared.
This morning early Deputy
Sheriff Fanouf who has charge of
ovorythiug in ojunectiou wrli
Wniauao polio i matters, made a
search for a ctuo to (lie poison or
persons who started ltut liigtit's"
tiro. Wheu telephoned to Huh
afternoon for iufo-turftiou Mr.
Faneuf had the following to any:
"The Gro started in tlio plnntti
tion part of tho tield that is separ
ated by a fence from the sido now
being cultivated under contrnct by
Japanese. I found near tho feueo
tbo tracks of a plantation labor
er. Following these I was able to
make out the same tracks leading
up an unboaton trail into tbo
mountaiu. aly lmpreesion is tbnt
the fifth rinuloador, tbo man who
eecaped,is tbo fellow who did tho
T llfltTA infnvmalinii .ilwil 4li!a
A. uu.v lUIUiUIIIIIUU hUUt IUIO
rn.au is in hiding on tho planta
tion and I shall do my best to
oapturo him. The Chinese labor
ers havo beon put in different
gangs and are too quiet altogether
If this quiet is a barbingor of
trouble wo are well prepared to
Johnnie Sylva -. 1 14
Frank Yasso 104
Charlie Williams 93
M. Marks 90
Willie Cunha 86
Jno. P : 78
CONCESSIONERS IN A HOLE
Hawaiian Ylllaga at Omaha, Will Score
Standard Exhibits Well Patronized - Mr. Dar-
lows Work for Hawaii -Dan. Logan
Omaha, Nob., Oct. 19. Heroio
efforts aro being raaiie to arum up
attendance at tbo Greater Amerio-
au Exposition for tho remaining
fourteen days of its existence.
Tho Omaha pooplo continuo to
patronizo tho fair handsomely.
Noxt Tuesday the drawing elo
phant is'to bo General Miles. It
is expected that Governor Roose
velt of Now YorK will lend his
presence for a day in tbo rolo of a
magnet. Tho last day ib to bo
"Omaha's." A committee of thfl
Commercial Club will soil tiokets
by special effort for tho occasion.
ouiau oxonrsKia parties iruui
towns iu Nebraska and adjacent
states have helped out the patron
iia. There has beun uo great
tlow, however, at aoy timo from
Ruiuation has boon tho almost
oxolusivo portion cf concessioners,
ou)?ciallv ou tha Midway uod iu
tbo case of its restaurants. Today
the restaurant attached to tho Ha
waiian villago though not oMt,
tlio 011 named after tho Philip
pine villago and tbo Ak-Sar 13en
restaurant th- last having no
connection with tho organization
whoso nume it hears -havo been
closed. It is said the Philippine
villaue syndicate is in. a hole for
S3o,000. Yesterday bailiffs pre
vented auy of tbe villagers ttotn
oing outward through the gates.
How daon tho Liawaiiau vilhuio
ownera-nm ha4 not baba 'publ'foly
sounded. It is a great, big hole
Every day saP3 tho boads of
employees of tbo Exposition direc
torate fall into the basket. This
carnage will affect the Hawaiian
exhibit fuud to tbo amount of a
special guard's pay. According
to tbe usual closings, it will bs uo
co6ary to protect f.om plunder
ing articles requiring to bo pre
served. There is nt Inst no concealing
of tho fact that the towm through
out a wide r&dius fromOmahz have
carried out an effectual boycott
against the Exposition. They clo
dded early, and acted till lato on
tho deoisiou, that the Nebraska
metropolis was attempting to hog
it too much in repeating tbe fair
from laBt year. The enterprise
has not been an unqualified fail
ure, however, in spite of the ob
stacles oast in its way. It has
brought muoh moro 'money to
Omaha merchants than they will
have lost in contributions to it.
The oity will have somo reward
also in future rosulta.
Tho expendituro on the Hawai
ian exhibit will not by any means
have gono for naught. Besides
an advertising or 1110 isl
ands directly which will
probably more than return value
for valu, incidental efforts at
promoting tourist travel and at
tracting capital to the group are
promisiog of. good lennlts fdr a
long time to come.
Glorious autumn weather is b:
inn onioved. It varies without
moro notioe than tbe daily weather
prognostications, that aro goneral
iy correct despite tbo cavilling of
the humorist, from calm to breeze,
and warm to snapping cool, but
keepB almost always dry and
"' Messrs. Cross and Kohn. the
Honolulu oloctricians, spout all of
day before yesterday on tbo Ex
position grounds. Thoy received
introductions to their professional
atHniliep, including Mr. RuBtin,
tho ablo electrical engineer of tho
fair and elect to tbo same position
for tbo Pan-American Exposition
at Buffalo iu l'JOl. Besidos hav-
int? a cood look at about all of
special interest iu exhibits,
visitors saw tho Indian attack on
the Deadwood coach and sham
battle and other sLe shows.
Mr. Darlow, assistant general
passenger agent of the Union Pa
cific Railway, author of tho beauti
ful Hawaiiau folder of that great
concern, is busily ouKOged in got
ting out a now edition of tho very
attractive brochure. Iu wiitiug
tho text, Mr. Darlow gavo three
month? to study of historical docu
ments relatiug to Qawai,, includ
ing somo from Washington aud
Now Y01L ouly accessible 10 re
searches of earuo-it purpose.
Severnl thousand copios of the
first oditioh have been distributed
at tbo Creator America Exposition
through both the exhibit of the
Honolulu Chamber of Oommorce
and tho' Hawaiian , vilhgo. No
man doJervos a warmer aloba
from islander than. Mr. Darlow.
He must bo well taken care of
whon ho pays his coulmnplatod
visit to the islands at an early day
Mrs. Lnfaii aod myisolf wont to
Sioux City, Iowa, last Saturday to
seo tho McKialoy receptiou and
hear the ohief magistrate. Amoug
many thousands of people stand
ing in and about tbo Union dopot
wo beld tho planks down for moro
than six hours until after one
o'clock Sunday morning, only to
bo disappointed with tho an
nouncementlast of notices of
delay from hour to hour
that tho presidential train was
sidetracked throe miles out of
town. Tbe tnin drew up nt tho
dopot at 10 o'clock in tho morning
rresjrtont JUoluuley never "open
ed his head" iu response to tbe
cheers of the crowd. He quickly
entered a cr.rriuge, lotviue Mrs.
McKinley iu tho car, aud drove to
a Methodist church. A suite of
rooms handsomely prepared for
himself anl family party iu the
Mondtinin hotel was left unoccu
pied. Tbo President left tbe city
early Monday without gratifyinu
tho inhabitants nud thousands of
iaitors, many from great diatau
cos, wholifalTnno to pay houor
to tbo bead of tlio nation. For our
part, wo were glad to have had a
peop at both the Provident and
bis most amiable wife. Mrs.
McKinley bowed aud smiled
pleasantly from the vindow of the
car to tho people fortunate enough
to see and oueer lier appearance.
tsioux Ulty in tuau nil the came
ovor the seomiuely frigid demon
stration of presidential dignity.
This afternoon we wero prosont
cd to Mrs. Sidney Mtllor, after
whoso husband Sidnoy Miller
Ballou, the Honolulu lawyer, was
called when it became expedient
to namo him. Mrs. Miller's fam
ily rocollections embrace pleasaut
intimacy with Elisha K. Allon,
jurist and publicist of Hawaii and
Mr. and Mrs. Drake, relatives of
the Chamberlains, proffer ua tho
most kindly social attentions.
Thoy doligbt in reoalling tho visit
to their liomo of Miss Alamo
Chamberlain about twolvo years
Dr. and Mrs. Montgomery had
made an appointment to visit tbo
Hawaiian exhibit after the band
concert last night, but it was brok
en by tho closing of the Colonial
building sharply at nine 0,0100k,
before tbe concert was oudod.
Mrs. Montgomery is a cousin of
W. A. Bowen, Of Castle & Cooke,
Ltd., and met us first in tho train
coming from Sioux City. v
v Daniel LooAjf.
The birthday of the Emperor of
Japan ocenrs on Friday, Novem
ber 3. Cards are already out for
tho reception to bo held at tho
Japanese coneulato on Nuuanu
street. Tho band will be presont
to furnish musio during tbo re
WALDRON In this city, November
1, 1899, to the wlfo of l'red L.
Wald rou, u son.
Tho auuual meeting of tho Pa
cific Hard wh re Co., Ltd., will bo
held at its otlico ou Thursday, Nov.
9, ut 10 a. a.
Tho schooner Blanch and Ella
came into unruor tins .morning
tho from Kauai.
SUGAR INDUSTRY IN PRINT
Handbook Edited and Compiled at tbe
Instance of B F, Dillingham.
Interesting Data-Statistical Tables Exports
and Imports List of Plantations
B. F. Dillinubam stands sponsor
wfra rndsFoniplele handbook o
tbe sugar industry of the islands
compiled aud edit, d by Goorgo B.
McClellnn and copywrightod by
Tbo publication will fill a long Nj
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it'll warn nan was uunertnituij uy
Mr. Dillingham at a considerable 1
expeuse to himself. Tbero aro ,
fifty pagos of information relative
to Hawaii's principal industry to
gether with a Quo map of tin? isl
ands and appended nro statistical
tables showing the volume of flu
waiiau plantation exports for ov.-r
twenty years past.
Tboro aro also included tables
covering the. imports, trado ba
lances, shipping tonnage aud other
Through tha ourtesy of som
of tbe plantation agents tbe coin
pilar of the book was enabled to
iuoludo a great amount of valua
ble information and important
dn'a from a number of tho repre
sentative plantations it;,tho ibI
ands. WhileMt was impos'siblo to
obtain fcimilar statistics from all
the plautatiouo, enough nro pre
sented to give to nou rosidents
the essential otlinns and'phyni
cal facts of nn averago establith
inent. The sliUieticH also form
some basis for comparisons
botweon irrigation nnd natural
rainfall plantations, and, in con
nection wittnho'liaVof ougaf cor
porations and their atock prices,
will be valuablo for tho uso of
It is stated iu the introduction
that tho bonk is issued "in order
to present in compact form tho
essential facts of the main iu
dustry of the Hawaiian Islands."
Tho following titles of chapters
will give an idea of what is to bo
found iu tho handbook: Devel p.
raont of Hawaiian Sauar ludus
trv; A Modern Plantation; Scien
tific Sugar Growing; Cortainty of
Ir maiion Crops; l'ormannnco of
Irrigation Wntor Suppl; ; Profit
Sharing and Co-operation; Plan
tation Finuuciug and Manage
mout; Hawaiian Prosperity; Do-
tailed Hawaiian Data; List of
Pun. ml nft). V. .U.
Tho funeral of the late Ohas. F,
Wall took placo from the Masonic
Templo yesterday afternoon, A
largo number of Masons and
friends of tbe deceased wero pres
ent. Tho Maeouio sorvicoa woro
oonduotod by E. I. Spalding, as
sisted by Olaronce White and
Jos. Little. Tho remains were
intorrod in Nonann cemetery.
Professor Borger states that tbo
orchestra for tbo opera Wnritana
had a very successful rohearsal of
tlie musio tms morning.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sal) by Manufacturers' Shoe
Wireless Telegraph Test.
g New York, Oct. 24. The Navy
S Department Is to clve Marconi's
S wireless telegtaphy a practical test
b on Thursday. The cruiser New
York and the battleship Massachu-
(3 setts, now lylnc In the North river,
jj are belnp equipped for the expert-
Sments by Slgnor Marconi. Both
ships will be fitted with additions
to their masts, making them 150
ftj feet above the water line. Cross
k bars will be attached to each mast,
0 and from these connections will be
3 strung the connecting wires for the
S Marconi system of wireless tele-
a The experiments will be made at
k sea. Slgnor Marconi will, send mes
sages from the New York and he
will have assistants on the Massi
chusetts as well asat the Highlands
mill IHfitf I4it1s fltltt fattltPA nt
fej the test will be the firing of the big
k guns of the warships while the
W messages are being sent to deter-
g mine the usefulness of tl(: system
jj during an engagement.
S Rear Admiral Farquhar, comnun-
ej der of the North Atlantic squadron
K will probably iwatch the tests,
0 and upon the success of the expert-
O ments will depend the adoption of
the system by the lUnlted States
Honolulu llnya at ItHrmril.
Tho following Honolulu boya
have entered Uaward College and
aro at present residing in Cm
bridoe: Ribert Atkiusin, Albert
Afong, Kenneth Adams, Philip
Adams, Y . R. Oaitlo, Jr.. V. F.
Dillingham, Ferdinand Uede
inann, Chas Hartwcll, W. A. Love,
Harold Spancer, Olareuca Smith,
J. Q. Wood.
Iu addition to the abovo, Edwin
O. Hall nud OIibb W. Afo.ik of
Honolulu and Harold Dilliugbnm,
at presont in Banton, havo passed
peliminary examiuatipus for ad
mittnuco to tho university.
A Hand llonr I'hanCeil.
Tho band gave a concert on tbo
grouud-i of tho Executive building
from 'A to 4 yestorday afternoon.
This chauuo of hour which will
continuo from now on, was duo to
. u request on tho part of govern-
ment olucials. Tlio baud has
beon iu tho habit r playing bo
botweun -1 and 5. As -1 o'clock is
about tbo time tbe officials lenvo
their offices thoy got no musio in
Conforttnce With fir. Hole.
Alatau T. Atuiuson, superin
tendent of tho coubub, bad a con
ference with Prcsidont Dolo tbts
moraing in which ho gavo in do
tail his work in Washington.
Tbe government has decided to
givo Mr. Atkinson an office for the
transaction of bis business.
The four Chinamen eont up
from Waianao yestorday nudor
soutence of eighteen months for
conspiracy, woto sent over toOiha
jail this forenoon to serve out their
sentence. Tboro has been no ap
peal as yet.
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye
Ear, Throat and Noso disease,' and
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Co., Fnrt St., Sign of the Big Shoo.
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