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Vol. VIJI. No. 1428.
HONOLULU, H. L, MONDAY, .7ANUA11Y 15, 1900.
I ONE VOTE FOR 3
Capt,. ' jM
THE MOST POPULAR CAP 9
TAIN OF THE ISLAND 79
5 Cents. t& mm
'TIS WINTER OF DISCONTENT
London Dubious Oyer Returns From
Probable Head of (ho War Forces-Roberts
Loss Chances by Going to the Front
Sharp Debates Anticipated.
r.fi.mloii, Jnn. fi. Tho winter of dis
content to which Great Britain has
nettled down has been somewhat molli
fied by the Isolated successes which
marked tho past week, though tho
seizure of forolgn ships and unfound
ed rumors regarding Dolngoa Bay
thtcatencd to bring out a crop of ru
mors of European Interference
Tho doings of General French and
Colonel Pllchcr hnvo been inodo tho
most of by tho correspondents nnd aro
rather magnified editorially by tho
British press. lint anything Is ac
ceptable In theso days.
'J ho appointment of the. Duko of
-Connaught to command the British
forces In Ireland has led to n lot of
speculation ns to whether ho will suc
ceed Lord Wolsolcy, whoso term ex
pires In November as commandcr-ln-
hlef. Lord Itobcrts Is his logical suc
cessor, hut until ho was chosen to com
mand in South Africa tho general Im
pression was that he would be too old
to be selected for tho ofllco when It be
came vacant. General Dullei' was a hot
favorite but his defeat near Colcnso
seems to havo Irrevocably ruined his
chances. It Is moro than probable that
Itobcrts, If successful In South Africa,
will fill tho ofTlco of commander-in-chief
for a short period nnd that ho
will then ho succeeded by tho Duko of
Connaught. whose popularity and mili
tary knowledge, aro strong enough to
overcome tho prejudice against n mem
ber of the royal family holding that
The abuse of the War Office nnd Lord
Lunsdowne, tho Secretary of State for
War and Lord Wolselcy continues un
nbatcd In the press nnd among tho pub
lic. By tho time Parliament reas
sembles It promises to hnvo gathered
such forco that It Is moro than likely
that most stormy scenes will mark tho
debates, while many people dcclaro
that unless Lord Lansdownp resigns or
exculpates himself tho Conservntlvo
party will bo seriously menaced. So
far, tho criticisms emanate chiefly from
the patriotic Britisher whose prldo is
hurt at tho reverses nnd from those
whoso heartstrings havo been touched
by death. But, when tho solid British
taxpayer begins to ho drained to sup
port the wnr then, truly, the criticism
of the military olllclnls will begin to
l each Its truo volume.
The Times, which, with the rest of
the British prebs, has been under tho
impression that America wns unani
mously supporting Great Britain, today
prints a letter from Toronto saying tho
nnti-Engllsh press In tho United States
is enjoying Itself over tho reverses tho
empire is nt present enduring, and
"It screams with delight and It
speaks sneoringly and tauntingly of
Great Britain's deendenco and tho uso
lessncss of her colonial sons."
Tho action of tho English lusuranco
companies in charging an extra 5 per
cent for war risks, already referred to
In these dispatches, has' created no llt
lltle unfavorable comment nnd uncom
plimentary comparison of their action
with that of the American concerns.
Today's Tlme3 says: "In answer to
the protests the companies say senti
ment cannot enter Into business trans
actions. The best answer to tho Eng
lish companies is that the American
officers aro making no such demand,
nnd If tho Americans see their way to
dlspenso with an extra premium It
might bo thought that tho enormous
wealthy English ofllccrs could easily
do tho same. Their refusal is short
sighted from a business point of view
ns it is unpatriotic. Unfoitunatoly, It
Is in keeping with tho general trend of
English Insurance management."
VOTING FOR THE CAPTAINS
The contest for the most popular Captain of the Inter-island vessels
has been going along merrily for the last ten days. The friends of
Capt. Cameron have been the most active and as a consequence he
stand's at the head ofjthe list today with a good lead. Capt. Cameron
looks at the pair of binocular in Wichman's windows now with a pro
prietory air as he passes by. The
Capt. Cameron 172
AU new subscribers to the BULLETIN are, entitled to vote as follows
according to the length of their subscription:
1 Month 40 votes
3 Months .150 votes
6 Months i j-350 yotes
1 Year 750 votes
A counon will also be found in
first page in each issue of the paper
, mstcte -liiiiyfafttgifcil . LV&
Much Interest is exhibited In tho now
Dnko of Westminster, who has decided
to remain nt tho Capo during tho wnr.
It appears that ho has a keen taste for
racing horses and his father's splendid
stablo Is not likely to bo broken up.
"Ben d'Or," as tho young duke is nlck
nnraed, after the famous horse, though
not yet twenty-one, is said to havo se-
' lected a wife, which disappoints so
ciety, for lie Is tho most eligible party
In the martlmonlni market.
I Tho decision of Mr. Edward Corrlgnn
to bring over a great string of Amcrl-
lean horses Is hailed with Intel est and
pleasure. Ono sporting authority
writes that Mr. Corrlgan ncvpr does
things by halves, adding that, "It Is
safe, betting that such n collection of
racers as ho will send has seldom, If
, over, been gathered together by an
! American owner."
I Some confusion has been caused by
tho various reports of tho relief of
Lieutenant Commander Colwell, tho
. United Stntcs naval attache and the
nnmo of his successor. Tho press
statements announcing Commander II.
Clover s appointment considerably an
tedated an Issuo of orders from Wash
ington and In some unexplained way
tho Admiralty went astray and Com
mutator Clover's namo was substituted
for Lieutenant Commander Colwell's
on tho list of attaches. Tho mall be
gan arriving addressed to Commander
Clover nnd it took no ltttlo trouhlo and
explanation to extricato tho present
Incumbent from tho inconveniences. It
Is understood thnt Commander Clover
vlll arrivo hero several months beforo
ho assumes his duties.
From Melbourne comes the news thnt
Lord Brnsscr on tho eve of retiring
from ofllco ns Governor of Victoria,
mounted nu Episcopal pulpit nnd
preached n sermon to tho congrega
tion. Lord Brasser Is coinli:!: homo
on tho famous old yacht Sunbeam.
Both the theatrical and book worlds
nro In n bad way on account of wnr.
Not moio than threo theaters In Lon
don aro making money nnd the pub
lishers are alarmed nt tho absolute
stagnation of their business.
Beerbohm Tree, Wednesday, lvplaces
"King John" with "A Midsummer
Night's Dream," which will bo treated
as a fairy play and beautifully staged.
A featuro of tho production which Is
nwalted with tho greatest curiosity and
Interest In the appearance of Loulo
Frccar as Puck. -Miss Freear is tire
dwarfish and plain but very elocr .ict
ress whose greatest success was as
"Slavy" in "The Gay Pnrieslcnne." nnl
who is tho creator of the song "Mary
Jano's Top Note." Slid recently ap
peared In "Tho Man In tho Moon," at
tho New York," New York city.
Charles Frohman has engaged Char
les Hawtrey for a tour of America in
1900. Hnwtrcy Is considered tho clov
erest comedian in London, where ho
has long occupied a unique position.
Edna May sails for homo on tho St.
Do Wolf Hopper has engaged twenty
of "The Bello of Now York" chorus to
romaln In London In "Tho Mistical
Kyrlo Bellow is seriously ill and has
been ordered abroad.
ON LOU161AN PLANTERS.
Frank Davies, secretary for W. W.
Blerce, the representative of tho Illi
nois Steel Co., of Chicago, and a Louis
iana planter, is registered at the Ha
waiian Hotel, ho having set sail with
the latter from San Francisco. It was
Mr. Bierce'a Intention to remain here
but, hearing of the plague, ho decided
to go on to the Orient as quarantine
regulations here might interfere with
his getting away at tho time he might
Seen by a Bulletin reporter whllo
ashoro Saturday Mr. Blerce sold: "I
camo hero with the Intention of buy
ing a lot of sugar stocks. I make no
hones about saying that, in a short
timo, there will bo a general exodus of
Louisiana planters from tho South for
I bellevo tho Hawaiian sugar Industry
will freezo us out. Many of these men
will buy largely Into tho plantations of
list ot votes to date is as toiiows:
tiie'ilpper rfght hand corner ot the
jdwt. Biftht Aii'l3tu.-AnitiH&, '.dr.jjAj-jiV-itS &M.ji&Mjti&lo&-t...jLiik7.iL.j: ut .abfebufc. mt&iu. 64 . .Mtfu.tw-. -w. .." foXM&y&kAj!iJtJ..
MEETING THIS AFTERNOON
Board of Health Cills for Confer
ence of Business Men.
Status of the Quarantine Wild Rumors With
No Foundation of Truth Mrs. Boardraan
Is Belter- No New Cases Up to Noon.
2 p. m. Tho situation is cri
tical nnd tho Board of Health,
realizing this, will hold a soml
public meeting at 3 o'clock at
which It Is hoped tho business
men of the city will bo present.
It 13 proposed by ninny thnt
thcro bo a complete cessation
of business In tho community
nnd this will bo considered at
tho meeting. If such a thing Is
dono overyono will put his
shoulder to tho wheel nnd tho
Board of Health will havo no
reason to say. "Wo haven't n
sufficient forco of responsible
men to carry on tho work.'
Thnt tho men in chnrgo of the
situation are fully awake to the
situation Is without doubt. Dr.
Wood said this morning In re
sponse to n question put by n
Bulletin reporter: "Yes, there
Is no doubt that thcro should
he a cessation of business In
town, but the Board ot Health
cannot tako such action. Tho
merchants will havo to do that
nnd I liopo that the business
Interests of the city will be
well represented nt tho meet
ing of tho Board of Health this
Outside of tho case ot the Arlington
Jnpancso girl todny thcro havo been no
others although the doctors have been
sent out on several cases of sickness.
Tho Spnnlnrd found at tho detention
camp tho other day Is classed only ns
suspicious, no direct signs of tho
plague having mado their appearance
Tho brother of Kaala, tho native girl
from Kewalo, was moved to the pest
house yesterday. His Is nn nnmlstnk
nblo case of tho plague.
Mrs. George Bonrdmnn.
Tho permlscs of George Hoard man at
Makikl Is being very closely watched,
Mrs. Boardman having been taken
down with a disease that tho Board of
Health physicians characterize as sus
picious. Tfio lady Is very much better
today and, unless thero Is n change for
tho worso nnd thero Is absolutely no
doubt about tho case, sho wul bo al
lowed to remain In her home. Various
reports of blood poisoning wrro about
on tho streets today.
King Strrct Fire.
The flro In th clnfectcd block bound
ed by IMchnrds, King, Alnkca and Mer
chant streets was started this morning
in tho Meek cottage at tho corner of
Alakea and Merchant streets. This and
tho grocery storo next on Merchant
street wcro soon annihilated nnd after
the noon hour tho buildings on King
s'icet were nt'ended to. The depart
ment Is still busy with these as tho
ment Is stilt busy with these this after
noon. Case in the Night.
Tho caso of a Chinese woman nt the
corner, of King and River streets was
reported last night. It is learned today
that this is a suro caso ot the plaguo,
but tho patient cannot bo moved on
account ot extremo weakness.
A case of tho plaguo was reported at
tho Arlington Hotel, King street, this
morning. Physicians of the Board of
Health wcro called and a strict quar
antine was maintained immediately.
Tho victim, a Japanese woman, an em
ploye of tho place, was removed to tho
pest house. Seen In regard
to the caso this morning, Dr. Wood
said: "It is my own personal opinion
thai thoro need bo no destruction of
property in this case as tho woman
was taken sick In a brick building with
cement lloors that Is completely Iso
lated from tho hotel proper. Mr. Geo.
Smith agrees with mo in this. Tho
nouso could bo disinfected nnd a guard
placed over it. If tho people- ot tho
Arlington would ngrco to remain in
tho hotel nnd bo oxamined twice dally
by a physician ot the Board of-Health,
I sco no reason why tho quarantine
should not ho lifted."
Death From Plague.
Tho following deaths from tho
plaguo were posted Saturday and Sun
day after tho caso of Lum Wing Sing,
the Chlneso from Kaumakaplli who
dropped dead In tho street ns reported
In Saturday's Bulletin:
Saturday Makaena, malo Hawaiian,
aged 38, died at Moanalua In tho vicin
ity ot S. M. Damon's placo near tho
Protestant church; Kaala, femalo Ha
waiian, aged 13, died In a cottngo on
the Peck premises, Kewalo.
Sunday Koanohl, malo Hawaiian,
aged 18, died at tho pest house. De
ceased was tho second man from tho
odorless excavator affected with tho
plaguo; Kanehoa, malo Hawaiian, aged
20, died at tho pest house. Deceased
was a member of tho National Guard.
All tho bodies ot tho abovo wero cre
mated after post mortem examination.
The flro department turned out early
Sunday morning nnd got to work on
tho Ahlo premises. An old shack next
tho fence dividing off the Mills In
stitute wns Jlrst set on flro nnd the
work of tho firemen wns so well done
that, although the shack was only
nbout ten feet away from tho fence, not
a picket was even scorched.
This dono tho Ahlo premises on
Chaplain lnno nnd then tho threo stores
on Nuunnu street next tho Ahlo
,....,., ... ww.. .v.. u 111.-11 uiu iilU-
men liml rnninlntnil tf.la icnflr t.n
stores on the Nuunnu sldo of Fowler's
ynrd and above tho brick buildings that
ii'itvu iu limi'i sireei, wcro iestroycu.
The Moanalua house was .burned
early In tho morning.
Report of Plundering.
A rcnort tn tlin p(Wt tlmt nlimilr.v.
Ing of goods In the basement of Kau
mnkaplll church has been going on for
a couplo of days Is current. Certain
Irresponsible pcoplo employed as
guards nnd carriers aro blamed. With
tho rush of work going on nt tho fumi
gating headquarters it Is hard to keep
an eye on everybody. Tho Information
comes from a rellnblo source, the In
formant saying thnt something to cor
rect tho evil should bo done nt once.
Tho men nt the fumigating head
quarters took enro of 211 pcoplo yester
day forenoon. This Is the largest
number nt ono time so far. Most of
those who wero bathed and sent to this
detention camp at Walaklmllo wero
Japanese. Next came Chinese. A few
natives wero also attended to. The
women wcro removed in drays and
hacks while tho men marched along
behind In chnrgo of guards.
Discuss the Plugue.
At n meeting of tho San Francisco
Hoard of nealth held January 6 tho
bubonic plaguo was discussed, nnd It
being uncertain whether tho dlsenso
existing at Honolulu wns tho real
plague, action In regard to protective
measures was deferred. In enso tho
Identity of the dlseaso Is established
thero will bo a strict quarantine In
spection nnd measures will bo adopted
similar tn those enforces In tho case
of the Nippon Mnru.
At tho kerosene wnrehouso detention
camp on tho ground Hoor of tho large
building is u lot of kerosene, gasoline,
turpentine, cnrhldo and distillate that
Is a mennco to tho place. A. L. C. At
kinson, who has charge of tho camp In
placo of Mr. Gait, has asked the Board
that this bo removed nt once. A small
flro this morning caused by matches,
was put out with but llttlo difficulty.
Most Unsanitary Premises
A well known Chlneso resident told
a Bulletin repoiter this morning thnt
.. e new Chinese theater premises were
tho vilest In town. Ho said that Chl
neso pcoplo ot the neighborhood throw
all sorts of refuso and rubbish Into the
lot and tho adjneent fish pond. The
place ought to bo purified out of ex
istence by tire, so thinks tho man giv
ing tho Information.
Rioters Sent to Wnlnknmllo.
Tho threo Japanese Inspectors nrrest
cd on tho chargo of riot In connection
with tho attempted assault on Dr.
Mitamura, wero admitted to hall tho
other day. On Sunday they wero
caught in Block 9 and taken to tho fu
migating headquarters to be bathed,
furnished with new clothes nnd sent
out to tho Walaklmllo detention camp.
The Mounted Reserve now has
soventy-flvo men under arms who can,
In tho caao ot necessity, be called on
immediately. Tho original twenty-flvo
aro at Puknkl on tho country road,
while a sauna ot ten at Makapuu pass
and another six at tho Pall are doing
The Reason Why.
A Japancso with n very soro ldg was
taken to tho fumglating headquarters,
Kaumakaplli, yesterday. It was found
that ho had been treated by a veteri
nary surgeon and, upon being asked his
reason for this, stated that ho had been
kicked by n horso and that thercforo
ho thought n veterlnury surgeon was
the best ono to get.
Dead Man's Morse.
A lino bay mnro, the property of tho
Chinaman that dropped dead in tho
vicinity of Kaumakaplli church Satur
day, was found on tho premises of tho
dead man yesterday. Tho poor animal
had had nothing to cat for a whole day
and a half. Harry Juen took her to tho
An Ill-timed Joke.
A report gained currency this morn
ing that thero was "a caso" at the Ho
tel Annex, Watkikl. This was prob
ably started as a so-called Joke, but aa
It progressed about, the town camo to
be taken seriously, Thero Is no sick
ness at the Hotel Annex nor has thcro
South Sea Islander.
It wns reported last ovenlng that a
South Sea island child In tho Queen
street premises was stricken wltl tho
plaguo. Tho child died and upon a post
mortem examination of tho body being
held it was found that' death resulted
HILO RAILROAD TERMINALS
Requests for Permission to Traverse a
Wharf and Occupy a Strtam
The Executive Council Havlofj No Authority It
self Makes Recommendations to the Fede
ral Government-Judge Bartwell.
This morning's session of , tho execu
tive Council wns occupied with mnt
ters of tho Hllo Railroad Company.
Tho company wanted a written appro
val of their terminal location in Hllo
over tno Government wharf In Hllo
bay nnd tho npproaches thereto, with
regard to which tho Government had
previously given It a verbal approval.
The company also has a piece of land
from Mr. Furnenux which reaches tho
Walloa river, and It asks to havo a
termlnnl npproved there. Us title pro
jects a llttlo Into the stream.
Whllo tho Government docs not con
sider It has the authority to approve
these things, It wilt recommend to the
United States Government tho appro
val of tho first request. Also that of
tho second, with tho exceptions that
the right should not project Into tho
river nnd thnt no public rights of way
President Dole received a telegram
from Judge Hartwcll at Washington,
which simply confirms press reports of
the status of tho Hawaiian territorial
bill In the Senate.
Sheriff Andrews of llnwuP.
Toward tho end of tho meeting of tho
Board of Health Saturday tho captain
of the Klnnu put In an nppcaranco and
stnted thnt he had Just come from Hllo.
Sheriff Andrews had refused to allow
passengers or freight to land, had ab
solutely refused any communication
with tho town and hnd ordered tho
Kinau back to Honolulu. When tho
captain hnd finished tho Board voted
that tho commission of Sheriff An
drews as an agent of tho Board of
Health be cancelled and the following
communication was sent to Mr. An
drews by Minister Cooper:
"Sir: I beg tcytnform you that at a
special meeting of tho Board of Health
held this day, your commission as
Agent ot tho Board of Health for tho
island of Hawaii, was cancelled.
C. B. WOOD.
President Board of Health."
The Klnnu sailed again for Hllo nt
iihout 12 midnight tnklng Minister
It Is possible that Mr. Andrews may
lose his position ns sheriff as well as
agent of thn Board of Health on ac
count of tho regulations ho saw fit to
Institute recently. Tho Board of
Health Is not nt alt pleased with his
Worms Was Not Afraid.
Mr. Worms, n Frenchman nnd a
prominent banker of New York, booked
for the Orient In Snn Francisco nnd ar
rived hero In tho Gaelic Saturday. Af
ter a trip about the pluco he said to n
friend: "I stay here. Afraid of zo
Gaelic Pusscngcrs Ashore.
Evidently Captain Finch ot tho Gae
lic was not very much frightened over
the plaguo In Honolulu for he allowed
all tho through passengers who so
wished, to como ashore and see the
place. All but one or two took advan
tage of the opportunity.
The garbago wagon was called to
Kukul street yesterday forenoon to
collect a number ot dogs that had died
along thnt thoroughfare
Plea From Fort 6treet.
Residents of the Fort street Villa
ao making serious complaint ot unsani
tary conditions existing In tho lot Just
mauka of tho house. They stato that
tho Board ot Health lias been notified,
hut under pressure of tho work on
hand has been unnblo to give the' mat
ter attention. Boarders nt tho Villa
are anxious thnt the Bonrd condemn
tho placo mentioned nnd requlro the
owner to rcmovo tho nuisance.
An executlvo session of the Board
of Health was held Sunday morning.
Twenty-flvo stamp fotos 150 cents by
J. W. Sandison, stamp artist, nt J. J,
Williams' Photo Parlors.
Tho Nuunnu arrived off port yester
day morning but did not como Into tho
harbor until this morning.
Tho schooner Mary Dodgo that nr
rived today has n hundred tons of gen'
cral merchandise for liana, Maul.
Tho now government dispensary will
be nt tho corner of Miller street ami
Palaco walk, next to Captain Bcrger's
Tho body of n Chinaman reported to
havo been burled under ono ot the
Maunakea street houses last week can
not bo found, Tho pollco beliovo tho
story to bo a canard.
The Doyo Maru that arrived from
Yokohama this morning brought the
folowlng Jnpancso Immigrants: 289
free males, 105 females nnd 8 children;
218 contract males, 87 femnles and 12
children, Thero wero six Iu tho cabin.
THE TRAM WAR DELATED
Pain And Attorney
Hand to Answer.
Important Business Delays Govcrcment
2 Judge Wilcox Decides to Postponed -'
Meanwhile No Wort.
The case of W. II. Pain, manager of
trio Hawaiian Tramways Co., appeared
In tho Police Court beforo Judgo Wil
cox this forenoon on the chargo ot
common nuisance. With him was his
attorney, Paul Neumann. Tho prose
cution was represented by Deputy At
torney General Dole and Marshal
Tho first step In the proceedings wns
tho despatch of nn officer to tho Exccu
tlvo building, with subpoenas for Presi
dent Dole, Minister Young nnd Chief
Clerk Hasslnger of the Interior De
partment. Tho court took n Bhort recess, during
which Mr. HnBslngcr arrived and con
veyed the Information of nn Important
Cabinet meeting nnd tho necessity of
tho presenco there of President Dole
nnd Minister Young.
On being nsked it he wcro willing to
continue the case until tho 23d Inst.,
Mr. Neumann stnted that ho was
agrccablo to a continuance, but that ho
wanted n settlement of affairs as soon
"I saw Minister Young," continued
Mr. Neumann, "and explained to him
thnt we Intended to connect our tracks
at tho loop In front ot tho Gullck
premises and that then our work would
cense. (Marshal Brown smiles, hut wo
understand what wo are doing.)
"Wo aro willing to do that now and
fill in tho depressions thnt wo havo
mndo and if Marshal Brown will agree
wo will go on with tho work, stopping
when tno road is put In good condition
to await tho decision of tho courts.
However, wo do not wish to ho arrested
while wo nre doing this."
Mnrshnl Brown "As long us you fill
up tho ditches we won't arrest you, but
If you tear up any more ground wo will
Mr. Neumann "Well, we nro willing
to go on with the work If you leave us
Judgo Wilcox "If you havo told
Minister Young your intention you will
havo to settle matters with him. I don't
caro about having you to como back
inter on with tho assertion that tho
court granted you permission to go on
with your work. Tho court says noth
ing. I see I will have to cut tho knot.
Case continued until January 23."
Mr. Neumann "I am suro that Mnr
shnl Brown nnd I can como to terms
much sooner than tho Tramways and
tho Hapld Transit companies."
The Naked Truth."
"Tho Naked Tuth" is a now monthly
publication issued by C. L. Clement tho
woll known advertising mnn of Hono
lulu. The paper is devoted to "adver
tising for tho progressive advertisers
ot Hawaii" and Its subscription price
Is gratis. Tho first Issue contains
many valuable hints for advertisers
which will bo highly acccptablo to lo
cal business men. As a pioneer in ad
vertising specialties, Mr. Clement Has
mado a succcsb that guarantees a fa
vorable reception for his pioneer pub
lication. Sugar on Kauai.
Tho W. G. Hall that nrrlved Sunday
brought tho following report ot sugar
on Kauai: K. S. M., 7.000; V. K., 3,000;
Diamond W 2.000; Mak.. 12.000; G. &
It., 1,100; K. P., 4,000; H. M.. 10.000;
L. P., 11,000; M. S. Co., 3,00 and K. S.
Co., 3,000. This makes a total of GG,
The storo of E. W. Jordan on Fort
strcot Is under toniporary quarantine.
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