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Vol. VII. No. 1393.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1899.
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BATTLE WITH HIGH SEAS
BRITISH HOPES BRIGHTER
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PLEA MADE FOR ALASKA
Governor Brady Points Out ths Gov
People of Alaska Wint lb Benefits of (be
Constitution-Ho Reason Why They
Sheold Mot Bare It.
Bark County of Merioneth Has Hard
Stripped From Stem to Stern Off Cape Horn
-Shitting Cargo Add? to Dangers
One Man Injured.
Washington, Nov. 23. Governor
Brady of. Alaska In, his annual report,
pleads for statehood, Government es
tablishment and bperatton of cable and
telegraph lines, arid persistent brand
ing of femalo "seals and cessation or
Wiling them for at least ten years. An
appropriation of $100,000 Is asked for
n penitentiary and suitable public
buildings at Sitka. The Governor says
that to preserve the seals the United
States should own n property right In
the seals and brand tho letters "V. S."
four Inches long on every female seal,
thus spoiling them for fur seals, this
branding to bo done by a force of ex
perts to bo sent out by tho Government
with tho latest electrical appliances.
Governor Brady says: "Within n
very few years there will be hosts of
busy people here, Intelligent and aspir
ing, bono of our bono and flesh of our
llesh. When thoy send their petitions
and knock at tho doora of Congress,
what are tho Eastern statesmen going
to say7 Will they bo bidden to cntor or
will they bo kept waiting until hope
dies? Our Eeastcrn friends should not
feel alarmed about tho growing Impor
tance of Western Influences und pre
ponderances ot votes In tho halls of le
gislation. It is inevitable, rrue, Alas
ka Is detached, and this Is why wo look
to you nioro confidently. Swift steam
ships and cables annihilate distances.
"Tho doctrlno that a territory, much
less a district, cannot plead any con
stitutional rights beforo Congress ap
pears now to bo generally accepted, but
representatives should remember that
tho population which Is now horo and
which Is coming was brought up In tho
States. Wo have had tho Constitution
preached to us from our childhood, and
It Is unbearable for us to think that wo
arc to live beyond tho palo of its in
fluenco and yet bo within tho boundar
ies of tho United States. Statehood
appears to be tho only remedy. Alaska
Is large enough for many ctates. It
might bo admitted with definite provi
sions that as tho population advanced
within certain areas now states could
bo created. Peoplo can attain, under
our form of government, their great
est degreo of political happiness under
state and not territorial rule."
Wulluku Thanksgiving Concert.
Wailuku, Dec. 2. A free Thanksgiving
entertainment was given at the Wailuku
government school house last Wednesday
evening under the direction of Mrs. Heapy,
assistant principal. The attendance was
The opening piece of the evening was a
chorus song by six little girls entitled:
"Do you know now many stars ?" Then
came the cradle songs of all nations, In
cluding the French. Indian, Swedish, Ne
gro, Japanese, Italian, German, Bohe
mian, Russian and Hawaii. The negro
"take off" was greatly appreciated by the
audience who showed their pleasure by
bringing out of the youthful performers
three times on the stage. Among tho out
side ladies who kindly consented to take
part In the exercises were Mrs. Poole who
rendered an excellent piano solo. Mrs. J.
L. Cooke sang a very acceptable solo as
also did MissHons. This was the first
appearance of these ladles before theWallu
Mr. and Mrs..Kauhlmahu and Miss M.
Keanu sang "The Lllluokalanl Song" In a
very pleasing manner. Miss Lizzie Rog
ers also favored the audience with mando
lin solos. Miss Hons played the accompa
niments on the piano for most of the per
formers of the evening.
Colonel Goodale and officers of the
40th Regient, numbering somo thirty
five in all, called on President Dole
and the Cabinet Ministers Just after tho
Cabinet meeting this forenoon. Thoy
were treated to cigars and, after rest
ing for a while, wero shown through
the throne room downstairs.
Ran Down a "Biker."
A mounted patrolman ran over n bi
cycle rider on Boretanla street Satur
day afternoon. The officer was riding
at a furious rato and yelled at tho cy
clist to got out of tho way. After tho
accident tho officer, who returned, re
fused to stop, although called by wit
nesses of tho smaBhup.
At Kawalahao 8eminary.
The entertainment at Kawalahao Semi
nary Saturday evening by the pupils In
aid of the school treasury was very well
attended. The entertainment was a great
success musically and artistically. The
singing was especially fine.
TROOPS FOR THE TRANSVAAL.
London, Nov. 25. .About 20,000
troops nro still afloat, over 34,000 hav
ing arrived in South Africa, of whom
10,068 havo been sent to Durban. Tho
duco friction among military men on
bailed yesterday on thrco transports
and the Warrent starts today.
ONLY $1400 AUTHORIZED
Statement Regarding Appropriations
From Current Receipts.
Public Works Yoted by the legislature
Which Hare Not Been Authorized by
the Executive Council.
After days of battle with fearful
storms tho British bark County of
Merioneth, 163 days out from Liver
pool, sailed into Honolulu harbor last
Captain Dayles claims that It was tho
Worst experience ho has had In seven
teen years of sea going.
Tho County of Merlonoth sailed from
Liverpool Juno 21, 1899,tind had rough
weather from 42 degrees south and
finally struck tho full forco of a terrific
storm on October 4th off Capo Horn.
A terrific galo was blowing JYom north
west and continued to Increase. A
heavy sea on tho starboard bow smash
ed tho light screen andwnshed tho lamp
overboard, also broko tho rail stan
chions on the forccastlo head. Tho
main lower topsail sheet, malntopmast
backstay and tho foro lower topsails
wero carried away on both sides.
Ochcr sails wero carried away ono after
another and blown to atoms. Tho wind
had now become a hurricane. Tho sea
ran very high ,the ship taking on huge
seas amidships, washing tho breakwa
ter adrift off tho main hatch, also con
siderable running gear off tho main
rigging and port foro braces.
All hands were kept on tho poop and
at midnight tho ship was laboring and
straining fearfully, being full of water
foro and aft. Tho cargo was heard
adrift In tho after hold, but thcro was
no means of opening hatches.
Finally tho captain and four men
went down and found tho top tier of
galvanized Iron had gotten adrift and
n few pieces had fallen into tho lower
hold. Everything was made as sccuro
as possible. Oil had to bo used to
break tho sea, but still tho cabin was
flooded by an Immcnso sea shipped over
Bad' weather continued for forty
nine days and tho crow wero complete
ly exhausted. Only ono man was In
Sometime ago tho Bulletin published
a statement ot tho loan fund appropria
tions mado by tho last Legislature, do
tailing tho amounts expended and
amounts authorized by tho Executlvo
Council and now under way.
Following tho statement of Minister
Lansing that tho actual surplus on No
vember 1 was only $317,000, tho Bulle
tin sought to sccuro a statement of tho
expenditures for publlo works author
ized by tho Legislature from "Current
Expense." Minister Young replied that
nearly all tho appropriations had
cither been authorized by tho Executlvo
Council and that all the work would be
completed by March 31. In response to
a request for tho appropriations thus
far unauthorized by tho Council, tho
following statement was given by Mr.
"As far as I can find out tho only ap
propriations In current expenses which
havo not been authorized are: Road
from Koelo to Analua, landing Lanal,
sgoo. under a change of conditions on
Lanal tho landing at Analua will not bo
used nnd tho road Is unnecessary.
Lights at Kallua, Kcauhou and Napoo
poo lauding $500. The appropriation Is
not sufficient to establish permanent
lighthouses at tho three landings, and
tho parties Interested havo not asked
for temporary lights. Jail Pahala,
Kau, $400. So far the government has
not secured a site for court houso and
Jail at Pahala.
"To glvo an accurato account of all
tho Items now under way and tho
amount of money represented will In
volve a largo amount of clerical work,
and It would seem that a simpler way
to get at tho Information you require
will bo for your reporter to look over
our balanco sheet ot appropriations
and lndlcato which Items you wish ex
plained. "There Is no work that has not been
started on nccount of shortage."
Situation in Natal Not As
Relief Column Will Advance Steadily Boer
Attack Have Not Been Serious -Piet-
marltiburg Is Safe.
Refers to All Points In DIs Former Opinion
on Land Natter 0. R. & L. Propo
sition Accepted-Other Matters.
WAS NOT STRANGLED.
On Monday last the pollco Investigat
ed the reported strangling of a Chinese
woman and found tho xclted Imagina
tion of an old natlvo woman tho causo
of all the trouble.
Sho reported that a Chinese woman
living in Ah Lcong's storo on Queen
street, In tho vicinity of Kakaako had
died in terribio agony on Sunday and
had been burled tho following day.
From her struggles and outcrys It was
ovident that someone had strangled
her. Inquiry by Dr. Herbert, who at
tended tho patlont, brought forth tho
Information that tho woman was sub
ject to epileptic fits In tho midst of
ono ot which sho had died. Tho best
of treatment had been accordd hed by
all who happend to bo around her.
BLACK PLAGUE IN JAPAN.
Aprlvato letter received from Yoko
hama, dated November 21st, says that
blackblack plaguo has appeared at
Osaka and Kobe. The Japanese steam
er Nanyo Maru with 300 immigrants
for Hawaii, was quarantined at Yoko
hama on tho 20th. Three suspicious
cases on board.
Some tlmo between 11 o'clock Satur
day night and daylight Sunday morn
ing Jas. R. Mills' restaurant on Queen
near Alakca street was robbed ot $140
in com and a draft for 161. The Ja-
paneso who closed up the place after
Mr. Mills iert the piaco is under arrest
as the entrance was made by means of
certain shutters which it was his duty
to close. It Is believed that ho is the
A police officer found a Blblo on tho
street yesterday. Tho owner called for
it at tho police station this morning.
Soveral colored portraits of Hawaiian
girls for exhibition at the Paris Expo
sition havo been prepared by J. J.
Williams. Thoy aro now at tho For
Police Court Notes.
In the Pollco Court this forenoon tho
following cases wero disposed of: Su-
Banno Rollott. vagrancy, D days' Impris
onment at bird labor (appeal noted);
Joo Govoa, Belling ' liquor without a
license, $100 and costs; John Keynes,
assault and battery on P. Wlecke, $5
and costs Brown and Thoa. Foster, ar
ray, $4 and costs; J. Duncan, assault
and battery on Dlscall, $5 and costs;
Fa, assault and battery on his wife, ono
month's imprisonment at hard labor
(Kaaea who was present and offered
no help was fined $5 and costs by
Judge Wilcox); Masaki, assault and
battery on Issac Tlrado, $10 and costs;
Aka, Kahu and Malulant, disturbing
tho quiet of tho night, $5 and costs.
The roll of honor among the na
tion's defenders is given In On T
Wailuku. Dec. 2. The lone talked ot
baseball match between tho Ulupalakua
and Wailuku nines came off Thursday
afternoon, Thanksgiving Day, at
Sprcckels Park, Knhulul. Tho attend
ance was very largo. Admission freo.
Dr. Booto was In the box for tholiomo
tenm during tho first four Innings nnd
It was his magnanimous curves that
gave eleven runs In tho fourth Inning
to tho Ulupalakuans. Wm. H. Corn
well, Jr., whoso plcturo appeared In
several of tho American magazines as
an "English Twlrlcr," took tho box In
tho fifth, and for four Innings In suc
cession tho Ulupalakuans scored noth
ing but "goose eggs."
After tho gamo Mr. Combs, ticket
agent at tho Wailuku depot, entertain
ed the victorious team to a luau at his
Wailuku residence, tho affair lasting
until midnight. Tho gamo was won by
tho Wallukuans by a score of 18 to 17,
although Mr. Crooks claims tho gamo
to be a tie, and will likely enter a pro
test against ono run decided against
him on somo technical point.
The following wore the names and
positions ot tho players:
Wailuku Geo. II. Cumtnlngs, c; R.
N. Booto nnd W. H. Cornwell, Jr., p.;
Wm. Morris, ss; Ed. Montgomery, lb;
W. H. Cornwoll, Jr., 2b; Kalol Cockett,
3b; R. Nawahlne, rf; Oploplo, ct; Wm.
H. King, If.
Uulpalakua. Wm. .Edmonds, cj
Chas. Thompson, p; Klnau, ss; Kaklla-
ka, lb; L .Crooks (captain), zd; Levy.
3b; John I, rf; Sambo, cf; Kanana, It.
T. B. Lyons, umpire; Manool C. Roas,
scorer. Time of gamo thrco hours.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
203 11 0000
16 3 0 1'3 0 1
London, Nov. 25. All the news from
Lndysmlth must bo discredited, unless
It comes by pigeon, when thcro aro
three missing links In tho broken
chain of communication with tho coast.
A fourth break has not yet been reported-
between the cnpltal of Natal
and tho seaboard. But at tho worst,
Englishmen will bo nblo to consoto
themselves with tho reflection that tho
Boers cannot go outsldo ot Durban
without plunging Into tho sea. Thero
nro .vaguo reports of heavy artillery
firing here nnd spirited skirmishes
thero, but tho curtain was not lifted at
midnight high enough to enable any
ono In London to obtain n clear gllmpso
of what Is going on.
The situation in Natal Is not so criti
cal as tho panic mongers imagine Tho
raiders havo not entrapped any detach
ment ot tho relief column nor mado an
effective attack at any point. Every
Important river crossing below Est
court has been securely gunrded, nnd
tho column Is receiving reentorccments
rapidly from tho coast nnd Is slowly
pulling Itself together. General Lytlo
ton hns taken command of a portion of
thqjrlgade on tho Nottingham road.
Pletermarltzburg Is safo, and tho Boer
demonstration Is hardly moro than a
hazardous, It Ingenious and effective
method of harrasslng and blocking tho
Loid Mcthucn's victory at Belmont
remains ns complete, as when reported
twenty-four hours earlier. Later offi
cial reports show that tho enemy was
taken by surprlso and forced to aban
don ammunition nnd supplies whllo re
treating In good order. Tho casualty
list has not been seriously increased
and the number of officers Is not dtit of
proportion to tho wholo force, owing to
Lord Methuen'a scnsiblo measures for
compelling them to protect themselves,
Tho Dally Mall's correspondent pays
a flno trlbuto .today to tho gallantry of
tho guards In carrying position after
position at tho point of tho bayonet,
and there aro other accounts of this
brilliant chnrgc. Among tho killed
wero Captain Eagar, ono of tho heroes
ot Omdurman, and Lieut. Farmer, a
popular officer ot tho Grenndlcrs.
Among tho wounded tho most conspic
uous officers wero Lieutenant Colonol
Crabhe, who received medals and hon
ors In Egypt and tho Soudan; Majof
Hamilton, ono of tho best known men
In tho Scots Guards nnd a veteran ot
many campaigns; Major Dashwood,
another hero of Omdurman and Lieut.
Wllloughby, Lord Ancaster's son.
Gencrnl Methuen'a column will havo
another hatd light at Moddcr river.
Gcnoral French's movement toward
Colesburg, is explained by military ex
ports ns a maneuver to occupy tho ene
my and prevent raiding against Gcn
oral Mcthucn's long lino of communlca
tlon. But Sir Alfred Milncr's procla
matlon shows that thero Is serious dan
ger of a Dutch uprising and that Gen
eral Gatacro needs to drive back tho
hostile forces as soon as possible Ro
enforcements wero sent yesterday to
Port Elizabeth for him.
At a meeting of tho Cabinet this
forenoon a letter and a -telegram from
Unofficial Delegate Hartwell were pre
sented to the Ministers. In tho tele
gram Mr. Hartwell makes tho state
ment that Attorney General Griggs has
stood by his opinion on all points In
tho Hawaiian land matter. Mr, Hart
well nlsd. recommends that Presldont
Dolo and' Judge W. F. Frear proceed to
Washington. President Dole stated to
a Bulletin reporter that tho govern
ment hero did not approve of such a
Tho action taken Friday last In tho
matter of granting a light wlno and
beer license to Okuba at Holualoa was
reconsidered. Attorney General Cooper
was not present nt tho tlmo nnd as ho
had somo objections nt today's meet
ing, tho reconsideration ot tho matter
An application from Oahu Collcgo for
tho amendment of Its charter diminish
ing tho number of trustees appointed by
the government, was read. Tho agree
ment by which tho government fur
nished a certntn number of scholar
ships was abolished by tho constitu
tion of 1894.
Tho Minister of tho Interior was au
thorized ta grant D. A. Dowsctt a II
censo as notary public for tho First Ju
dicial Circuit upon his passing a satis
The application of Frank G. da Rosa
for n retail spirit llccnso for Hllo was
Tho application of tho British-American
Steamship Co. for a rcnownl for
six months of tho mall contract which
it has held for twclvo months, was de
nied on tho ground that tho represen
tations mado by tho company ot run
ning steamships between Scattlo and
this port had not been carried out.
It was voted that tho proposition of
the O. R. & L. Co. under dato of No
vember 27, In regard to tho improve
ments ot tho west side of tho hnrbor bo
accepted on tho understanding that tho
government will recommend tho same
to tho Washington Government; pro
vided that a reservation of tho south
west sldo of tract A of 50 feet wldo for
a road bo allowed and also tho reserva
tion on tho cast sldo of tract D, mado
by the map be allowed for road pur
poses, this acceptance, being upon tho
condition that tho Improvemnts ngreed
upon by tho O. R. & L. Co. shall be car
ried out In accordance with tho scheme
presented by tho government nnd maps
with reasonable dispatch.
Found Life Preserver.
Under date of November 17 Cap
tain Merry received by the Trans
port Indiana the following order
Navy Department, 1
Washington, November 17, 1899.
Sir: Under the Department's
General Order, of this date, embo
deylng the proclamation of the Pre
sident of the United States, reserv
ing certain property for naval pur
poses In the Hawaiian Islands, you
will assume command of the United
States Naval Station at Honolulu,
Hereafter, you will, In all official
correspondence, subscribe yourself
as Commander of said Naval Sta
(Signed) CHAS. H. ALLON,
J. P. Merry, U. S. N.
Honolulu, H. I.
By the above order It will be seen
that the coaling station nf the Unit
ed States at this port has been abo
lished and a naval station has taken
Its place with Captain Merry as
full commander. By this change
the naval operations are taken out
of the hand of Bureau of Equip
ment and placed In the hands of the
It was expected that the Indiana
would reach Honolulu before the
Ohio or Nippon Maru and that Is
the reason the official communica
tion making this a naval station
was not received until Sunday.
PLEMMER IS WELL.
Fire in Cane Fields.
Wailuku, Doc. 2. A flro broko out
In tho Walkapu caneflelda Sunday night
and about three acres ot rlpo cane wero
partially destroyed. As soon as tho flro
was discovered, Head Luna Thomas
Cummlnga gave tho alarm and in a
short whllo about 200 ot tho plantation
hands wero in, tho field. , Manager C. B.
Wells was notified and personally dl-
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IVVIVU UIO IUVU 1U IJUbllUB UUb IUO lilt?.
Mr. William Cockett ot walkapu.
was arrested by Manager Wolls on sus
picion. Soveral weeks ago Mr. Cockett
was discharged by Head Luna Cum
mlnga and It is said that Cockett then
remarked that ho would seek revenge
in some form. Mr. Cockett is out on
$1000 ball, with P. Cockett as surety.
The burned cano was ground at the
Wailuku Mill and tho threo acres pro
duced flvo tons of sugar to tho acre.
This morning, owing to tho absence
of tho two magistrates, tho case was
brought up beforo Judgo Kalua as com
mitting magistrate Tho charge was
malicious burning. Deputy Sheriff
haysolden moved that a nollo prosequi
bo entered, which motion was granted
by tho trial Judgo and defendant was
discharged. Hons & Cooko for defendant.
Cake Walk at the Orpheum.
A competitive cako walk will take
placo at tho Orpheum to night. Tho
contest which is open to all comers.
will contlnuo tho entlro week and will
bo under tho managment ot Mlndell
Droytuss and Jackson Hearde, who,
however, tako no part in the contest
Tho prizes will be $20, $10 and $5, re
spectively, for tho first, second and
third couple. The performance will be
preceded by a now farco entitled "Daisy
No Coal Famine.
Thero is at present no shortage ot
coal in Honolulu, although tho War De
partment has been compelled to borrow
from tho Inter-Island Navigation Com
pany to coal tho transports now in
port.Though thoro is no shortage gener
ally there is not an abundance on hand
and small chanco for a famine, as' Ave
coal ships aro expected to arrlvo within
a couplo ot days.
Farewell to the Emperor.
Windsor, England, Nov. 25. Thou
sands ot peoplo lined the routo from
tho castlo to tho station today to bid
farewell to tho Emperor and Empress
of Germany on tho occasion ot their
departure for Sandringbam to visit tho
Princess of Wales. Thero was an af
fectionate parting at tho castlo botween
tho Queen and her Imperial visitors.
To Examine Passports.
James Hakuole, Inspector of Immi
grants and John VV. Short will no over to
the quarantine station tills afternoon to
examine the contracts of the 100 Japanese
Immigrants that arrived In the Abergeldle
uecemDer 2. ur mis numorr ioj are wo
men and It Is suDDosed that some faultv
(contracts will be found among these.
There was found nt Klpukai, Kauai, by
Chas. Rice one day last week, a life buoy
marked "Braemer." It had evidently
been floating a Jong time and gave nil ap
pearance of having oeen used as the straps
were knotted nnd tied in no uncertain
. The Braemer was here several months
nro. Her movements at the present t me
are not known here.
The engagement of Joseph F. Wallace
to Miss Edith E. Berrey Is announced.
Miss Berrey Is a sister of Q. H. Berry of
this city and at present Is teaching school
at Walmea, Kauai. Mr. Wallace Is a
contractor with H. L. Kerr & Co. The.
wedding will be announced later.
Cohen's Case Dismissed.
The case of J. C. Cohen charged with
violating the customs laws was tried be
fore Judge Stanley this morning, A juiy
was wavea Dy mutual consent. Alter
hearing the evidence on both sides Jud,
Manley acquitted tne defendant of
charge and dismissed the case.
WEDDING STATIONERY, Engrav
ed Cards, Embossing.
IL F. WICHMAN.
In the Maul notes contained in this
morning's Advertiser was the report of a
rumor to the effect that H. H. Plemmer of
Walalua had been murdered by Japanese,
The news Is reported to have been taken
to Maui In a whaleboat from Molokal. At
all events the storv was manufactured out
of whole cloth for several Honolulu peo
ple who were at Walalua yesterday re
port Mr. Plemmerln excellent health and
spirits. Mr. Plemmer's voice sounded
very hearty when telephoned to by a
Bulletin reporter this morning. He stated
that he was still able to take nourish
The Maul correspondent did not pay'
the Honolulu reporters a very high com
pliment when he sent In his dispatches
the "news" of the reported murder at
Money for the Charities.
W. O. Atwater, Treasurer of the Cen
tral Union Church, has paid to the Asso
ciated Charities $154, the money received
from collections at the Union Thanksgiv
ing service. Treasurer Carter in acknow
ledging the gift says: "This materially
assists the association's emergency fund
which Is only distributed when it Is Im
perative and Immediate aid Is required.
This unsolicited, kindly assistance Is not
only of material help, but Is also a great
encouragement to the workets and officers
of the Associated Charities."
A Successful Fair.
The fair given by the ladles of St. Cle
ment's Chapel on the old Gullck premises
on King street during Saturday morning,
afternoon and evening resulted most satis
factorily It being estimated that over f toco
will be the net proceeds. The actual
amount taken In was between twelve and
thirteen hundred dollars.
Dr, Howard, City Physician, reports
that upon arriving In Heela Saturday fore
noon he found the Japanese supposed to
have been suffering from an attack of
scarlet fever, recovering from the effects of
ptomaine poisoning. He was In no dang
er and would recover.
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye, Bar,
Throat and Noao diseases and Catarrh.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
I For Sale
by Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Fnrt St.. Sign of the Big
t' fa vV'