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VICTORY for 'American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
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11 , .,IV
Vol. VII. No. 1370.
Honolulu, h. l, Monday, November o, isoo.
Pbiob 5 Cents.
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PRIZE DRILL OF THE N, G. H.
Companies of H. G. H. Will Complete
For 'Honey Prizes.
Judges Cliosea from G(h Artillery 'Dttall of
Drill as Arranged By Col Jones
Tho following regimental ordoro
of the N. G. H. relative to tlio
compatitivo drill totem row nip'ft
will explain tliuiiiBolvva:
s llaciuiputrtl Oubis No, 80.
A competitive d'lil f the com
panies of lb Fi tt ltt , N. G.
H., will li In' 1 1 '; Tuesday,
Nov. 7th, 1801), cnmiuenciDg at 7
'o'clock p. tu , for whioh prizes of
8100 and 330 are offered for first
and second bestdnlled oompauies.
The companies competing will
ho required to go through tho
To form company: Fall in,
alignments, rests, facings, open
ranks, inspection arms, closo
ranks, complete manual of arms
(rb adopted by the 1st Hog. N. G.
H.), loading and flriup, turn and
halt, turn and advance, being in
line, march by tho lint k, being in
line, form column of fours and
halt; koing in lino, march column
of fours to tho front; cbliqun in
column of fours and reeumothe
direct march, on right or left iuto
line, right or left front into lino,
paaa obstacles, being in column
of fours, form column of twos or
files; being in column of twos or
filo", form column of fors; being
in line, form column ot platoons
to the-right or loft; bt ing in line,
form' column of platoons to the
front, being in column of pla
toons, form company to tho front.
Extended Order Drill.
Being in column of fours, form
lino of squad to the fmut; being
in line of squads, deploy at
skirmishers; rally by tqund and
platoon, assemble, being in col
umn of fours, form Hue of squads
to right or left; deploy, lie down;
tiro threo volleys, rally by squad
and platoon; Resemble, being in
line, deploy as skirmishers on
ceuter eqoad, change direction to
right or left, advuuca by rushes
fsoa sect. 51)0), rapid lire, to the
Soldierly bearing, "leadiueas,
silence in the rauliB uud ruaintain
ing correct distances, will bo con
sidered a part of the dull and will
bo marked accordingly.
By Order of
Captain and Adjutant.
j&Conipauy commaudf rs will as
AH FAR LEADS AGAIN.
Following is the standing in the
race, up to anu maiming yesieruay;
1st Prize Tribune Bicycle. 2nd Prize Suit o?
Clothes. 3rd Prize Pair o? Shoes. 4th Prize-
The twenty boy;, 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 5586
F. Lubeck 5566
C. Louis 1767
Mon Yin I27r
Frank Stone 1262
Jshn Shaw 774
Willie Sylva 658
Ed. Medeiros 583
Ah Kin 453
Pung Quai 262
George Crowell 251
Bill Reidet '.... 248
gamble thoir companies at tho
Drill shed at 7 p.m. sharp on
Tuesday, Nov. 71b, 1890, for the
purposo of taking part in tho com.
Eaoh company will parado with
10 file front double rank with the
necessary officers, guides and file
closers. Merita will bo detracted
for blank files.
The Judges will inspect each
company and morlts will bo allow
ed for condition of arms aud
By order of
Captain and Adjutant.
The following have kindly con
sented to act as judges: Oapt. A.
Slatvr, Capt. F. Marsh aud Lieut.
D. W. Ketcham all of tho Gth
The Manauonso was to have got
away with tho Tartar and New
port for Manila Saturday after
noon but au Occident to hor con
densing plant sustained shortly
after leaving Snn Francisco, mndo
it necessary for hor to rmaiu uu
til Sunday afternoon for repairs,
Tho damage was of such a nature
that the water produced was unfit
for drinking purposes aud the
troops aboard suffered greatly on
the way from San Francisco.
lbs Manauonso took in tho
neighborhood of fifty mon l-ft
over hero by tho Tartar and New
port. This incluled a provost
guard of about twenty men sent
oy the two transports after strag
glers. roi.iniUIA TO RACK AI1ROAD.
Now York, October 20. It is
Btated on good Huthority that the
victoiiona oup defender,Golumbin,
will participate in the regular oir
cuit races in both the Mediter
ranean and in British waters. The
Columbia will leave for tho othei
side in tho early part of December.
and will bo commauded by Cap
tain Uharley Barr, wuo p.lott-u
hor to victory in tho contests
against the .Shamrock.
'Ilia Puna Plantation.
The prom ,tere, who aro also the
owners of 'ho Puna Sugar Planta
tion nre evidently iu earnest.
Thoy have cot only secured the
land but thev aro nlanlinc seed
cano and bavo already seenrtd tho
tiret ins'allmont of Japanese for
tho work. If Puna stook is put
on the market investors will be
buying sharei in a company that
has something to offer, but it is
not probable the stook will bo
floated. Hawaii Herald.
Dr .rosoy. specialist for nyo, Ear,
Throat, and Noso diseases nnd Catarrh.
BULLETIN'S Boys Tribune Bicycle
Ivan Shunk .' 190
J. Kekl 195
Divid (Liilii) 174
Ah Fong 166
M. Smith 142
Manuel Costa..," i... 139
jonnnie , 132
Enrato Sylva y, 124
Johnnie Sylva.......' 114
Frank Yasso 104
Charlie Williams .".... en
Willie Cunha 86
J. Smith 86
jno. r 84
STILL MORE TRANSPORTS
Athenian Last Night, Centennial aid
List of Ships' Officers and What Is To Be
Found Abnrd -Centennial Will Return
Tho Uv8. Transport Centen
nial oamC in this nftoraoou at
12:30 o'clock and is now lyiug nt
tho old flahmarket wharf. Sho
left San Francisco October 28
with 215 bono?, 35 of which be
long to officers.
Very rough ventiier was expe
rienced, but tho stick arrived in
good condition. Only two head
were lost on tho way.
Captain Hughos of the lib U.
S. Cavalry is in command aud has1
with him six men of tho 28th In
fantry and five of tho 2!Jt-.
iJr. liowell ot tuo u . a. a. is on
board for this trip only and Dr.
Vi'cDonold is tho votinary surgeon
in charge ol tho horsoa.
II10 olnccrs or tue vesaoi aro:
Captaiu Eaaloe, First officor
Jnhnk, Engineer Jones and
Tim Centennial will roturn to
San Francisco as soou as poi&ible.
Tho U. S. Transport Westmins
ter from ban Francisco entered
tho harbor at 9 o'clock this morn
ing. She had a slight list to star
board, duo to the shipting of cilal
in the bunkers.
Tho Westminster is lying at the
Irmgard wharf Sho is a British
vessel of 2510 tons relator and
carrioi over 6000 tons of feed and
stores. She was built for the
Philadelphia Trans-Atlantic Lino
and had tho run between London
Tim Wo3tmihster loft San Fjau-
oisco, October 27 and for tho first
nvo days, encountered head windB
aud heavy soas. Thi3 is hor first
trip hero, sho having already made
ouo trip from Baltimore to Manila
in tho interests of tho Govern
The officers of tho vessel are
Captain D. Petrio, First Officer
xoll, oooond Ullicer Anderson,
Third Officer Armour, Engineors
UuncaD, l'reston and Bird.
After discharging her carco.
tho Westminster will proceod to
Han lranciaco direct.
The U. S. transport Athonian
from Manila, via Hongkong, camo
iu Sunday arternoon and birthod
at tho l'aaiho Mail dook.
Tho Athenian was built for the
trarao una until purouased by
her present owners was encacod
under tho O P.U. flag' in tho Yau-
On hor last trip tho Athenian
took 303 horses from Seattlo to
Manila direct, landing the cargo
in liret clssj condition.
Tho Siam which arrived two
days later lost all but sixteen
Iioau ot nor cargo, having lost tho
rest in a typhoon near the Philip
Tho officers of tho ship aro:
Captain H. Mowatt. first officor
Iteadon,ongineer James McGowan,
purser T. A. Blyth and surgeon
u. A. outuorland.
A full cargo of stock, loft here
by tuo Leelanaw, will bo takoq on
and the Athenian returns to
Haluiday'a PotbU Game.
The Punahou Junior and Mailo
Ilima football olevons lined np at
the usual placo Saturday after
noon and played a gamo that was
well fought every step of tho way.
Tbo first half was particularly
goodt Some fumbling was done
in tho second half. The Punahou
won by a score of 18 to G.
For good euro, board your horses at
tho Now Kin; Street Stables. Mos
quito proof box stalls. Tel. 1083.
FIGHTING FACTIONS ABOARD
Members of Baker Howard Fend of
Kentucky Going to Manila.
Six of Each Aboard Cllv of Peking-Have
Promised to Suspend Hostilities
While la Army.
There aro aboard the Transport
City of Peking six mombers of tho
Howard aud as many of tho Baker
faction of Kontucky, known all
over tho United Slatos as a peoplo
who shoot oich other at sight aud
yot thoy Ho down poicofully to
gethor aboard tho transport and
never even say uu unkind word to
Tho Baker-IIoward feud of Kou.
'tucky is one tliut tins lasted from
tho oarly forties until tho present
time aud tho descendants of the
instigators today hivo but a vaguo
improesion of what their differ
enc.es aro. Tho peculiar combina
tion which now exists aboard the
City of Poking in tho ranks of tho
31st Infantry cimo about in this
Iho Uegiment was recruited at
Fort Thomas. Kontuokv and whou
tho call for volunteers came manv
of tho sturdy mountuldcers rode
down out of their forest fastnesses
and gavo in thoir names for sor
vice in Uncle Sam's army.
vneu tuo requisite number was
recruited it was found that a dozen
of thoso desperate, mon who shoot
cacu otuer at sight, had boen cn-
Of courso, thoro was a fear at
once on the part of tho officers
that a deadly light would be the
Finally it was decided to
call tho moa togothir and to
dud out their intentions.
Tho outcomo of this meot.ng was
mat tue uozen mon promised on
thfir sacred wo.d of honor to sus
pend hostilities whib fighting for
tbo ono common cause-tho sup
remacy of Uncle Sam iu tho Phili
ppinos. YERY NARROW ESCAPE
Mr. and Mrs. Pullar and their
two children who livo ou Kukui
stroot went up on Tantalus 'idgo
Sunday aftornoou. On tho re
turn thoy stopped ou tho chueo
way and Mr. Pallor went up to
get a viow of tho town.
As Mrs. Pullar was sitting
holding tho horso Mr. Du Roi
came down on horseback. Tbo
horse became frightenod, shied off
and backod tho rig toward tho
steep ombaukmout ou tho Ewa
Mr. Du Itoi jura pod from his
horse and caught tho other ani
mal by the bridge but it was too
late. Tho carriago was already
going over. Ho oried to Mrs.
Pullar to jump, Grasping hor
two children, ono a llttlo ono bf
eight months, sho jumped toward
a place about Gfteen foot down tho
sido. Luckily she was caught by
bushes and hold, sho and lttjr
childron Buffering only bruises.
Mr. Du Roi lashed tho horse
with the whip, making tho animal
voer to ono sido and thus saving
Mrs. Pullar nud children from
being crushed. Continuing on
down the sido, tho horso landed
at a placo about 75 feet below.
Peoplo came along and render
ed all tbo assistance thev
could. The horso was secured
by a rope and lodup. Ho fell
again but was finally landed safe.
Mrs. Pullar nnd children camo
down in A. V. Gear's carriage.
Their escape was miraculous. Had
it not been for Mr. Da Roi, they
must have perished.
Thoro is a crying need for a
fonco along the Tantalus cause
way. Tho Occidental and Theobald
will try to got an ay by Wednesday.
A HONOLULU WOMEN'S CLUB
To Be Established As Place of
Rest and Recreation.
Location at Walklkl -Complete Gymnasium
Lounging Lanal and Lunchroom
If everything goes right the
plans for a womon's club iu Ho
noluhl will bo compote nud ready
to be acted upon very soon. Tho
formation of the club b tho out
come of tho interest token by a
grotmanyof tho ladies iu tho ath
letic class lately organized.
Several of tho ladies have got
together nnd porpoeo having n
building of thoir own and to this
ond E. C. Maofarluno was ap
proached with tho proposition of
erecting t n suitable placo at tho
beach in 'th grounds of tho An
nox. Tho building will bo equip-
ned with n nnmnlntn nvinnnuiiiin
showors. lounging lanai and lunch
room. Tho lanai will bo mado
specially commodious for uso if
desired ub a (hnoing pavilhou.
Tho building will bo entirely
separate aud apart from the Au-
nox and s-lelv for tho ns.i of
mombers of Iho nlnh nml on.li
friends as may bo invited to uso
it. Tho advautngo of sea bathing
jsntwtnf tho physic 1 training
will bo drained along with the
gymnasium work as tli3 huai
wm ot course open on tho oeach
OUO Of tllO lllfllna mrit.1 tnlni-not-
od in tho movoment said: "Tho
organic itiou of the club will ln 11
moat valuable tuiii) for tho mem
bers as it will give thorn a place,
to rest without going out ot town.
In this clirntte it woman must oc
casionally find homo realaxation
from household duties and very
often a day spent at euoh a placo
as wo intend having will bo the
means of stving a npjll of ill.
neaes. Some of m havo talked
tho project over ond the oo-opar-otion
of all tho ladies who favor
tho idea will bo oskod to carry the
plans to n successful issue. Of
courso tho plans no not fl unlit
perfected but wn will have a gen
oral mooting calljd soon to talk
ov;r tho mittor and find outju.t
what we want tlin clnl tn im n,.,i
all that. It will ba a vdrv finn
thing and I hope tho efforts of
the, promoters will be successful."
rloitrl.liril n Ttrvulti'r.
The manager and keeper of tbo
Makiki store hnrl n liilln diiTnrn.,n
Sunday night. Tho' lattor, Jl S.
Ferreira by name, flourished a
revolver, was arrested and fined
S5 and costs in tho Poliso Court
this forenoon on tho charge of
carrying arms without a license
Forroira will appear iu tho Polico
Court tomorrow oil nnnthnr nlinrna
that of luing threatening
Tim ART liUAQUlS UXIIIUIT.
The woik for tho November exhibi
tion Of tho Kllolllllin. Art l.nnfllr. will
bo received on Nov. 18th. Saturday,
tho 25thwlll be Varnish Day, and tho
iirei viow or jsicmuors- liecoptlon will
bo on Monday evening, tho 27th .
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE GO.'S
"Own Make" jQ) s '
SHOE JtX " I
FOR MEN JL 4$.
For Sale by Manufacturers' Shoo
operations have practically stopped
will certainly vote for Its completion
to the very Pall at the earliest pos
sible date. But a stumbling block
has been reached and the govern
ment Is in a quandary. The stumb
ling block is to be found In the fact
that the appropriation for the road
has run out and now the work pro
ceeds very slowly with a much
It Is understood that a movement
Is now on hand to ask public spirit
ed men of ; Honolulu to come for
ward and make up the requisite
amount of money, this to be refund
ed when the next Legislature meet?.
This Is a step that has often been
taken heretofore when It has been a
question of very much needed pub
lic Improvements and It Is hoped
that there will be forthcoming In
the near future, guarantees from
various monled men of Honolulu to
be added to this list It Is purported
has alreaJy been made up.
I kindreds of tourists pass o er the
Pall road annually anJ a igooJ
Impression with the new road will
always be of much greater value to
the Islands than an Indifferent opi
nion causeJ by riding over the old
tvui:rci.Y 1011 tt'Wi.iiKi'.
Wailuku, Nov. 1-G. B. Rob
ertson, tho Wailuku attorney, has
forwarded an ordor to tho Pacific
States Typo Foundary ot San
Franoieco for a 1200 printing
press, job press, and rmtciklfir
a priuting establishment. Mr.
Hoager of Messrs. Alexander &r
Baldwin, Kahului, who is now in
Snn Francisco, will attend to tho
shipping of tho above order from
San Fniucicco to Kahului direct
on a sailing vessel due next month.
Mr. Robortsou will pro'lucca
wcokly nowspapor to bo kuown as
tho 'Wailuku Journal," nnd it
will boa 21-paged papor of tho
sia o! tho Honolulu ludopendont.
Mr. Robertson himself will at
tend to the Editorial departmout.
An 1 xperionccd man will be eont
from Sau Francisco to attend to
tho mcehnuiuiil work. Tho first
oditiun is expected to bo out about
Now Year's Day. Subscription
S2 CO per annum. About fifteen
well known residents of Maui
havo subscribed $100 each to
wards purchasing Iho plant.
Six Boldiors of tho 28th Rogi
ment that departed for the
Philippines Saturday and seven
Eolico officers under Captain Holi
ai a tusiel in ono of tho uptown
saloons early Saturday morning.
Tho soldiers oarae eff secnu best.
Tho latter broke into tho saloon
and procoeded to trnusfcr tho con
tents of various bottles to thoir
stomachs. Th polico broko in
and a fight in tho dark was tbo
result. Tho soldier woro landed
in jail but not until Captaiu Holi
had had his leg bitten and some
ot (be ofiicors liecauiH exhausted.
Tho eoldiers were later allowed to
go on thoir way.
Any one who has been up along
the new Pall road to the place where
Co., Fort St., Slgi ol tho' Big ShwH.-
m " in wrnmw