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Hawaii's Popular Sea Captains !
Register Your Votes for Your Favorite !
OHE YOTE FOR
THE MOST POPULAR CAP
TAIN OF THE ISLAND
Vol. VTEI. No. 1459.
$200.00 IN PRIZES
The bulletin offers to the cer-
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who. between hebruary ist and
July 3 ist, shall send in the largest
number or new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Iftt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, $70.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 90, 92 and 94 of
the 1900 Cleveland 1 Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Modeloo a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
2nd Prize, 61ner 6cwlng Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Ber
gersen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer. Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Ber gstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months in advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
soon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great careshould be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try Tor these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
entitling the holder to cast so many votes
for the Captain of his choice accoidlngto
the term of his subscription, will be given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: W.00 per year,
I2.cc for three months; strictly in advance.
THE HOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday, March 3t,
will be given an elegant pair of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wlchman. I hey
are the best that can be obtained and may
be seen on display at Wlchman's store.
In addition to the votes which appear
each day In the upper right hand corner of
the first page, which are to be filled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A
coupon for the number Is attached to the
t MONTH 40 VOTES
1 MONTHS 15 VOTES
6 MONTHS 350 VOTES
I YEAR 750 VOTES
The standing of the contest Friday, Feb.
8, was as follows. This list will be chang
ed every Saturday.
CAPT. SIMERSON 1482
CAPT. CAMERON 1201
CAPT. CLARKE.... 1141
CAPT. PEDERSEN 444
CAPT. FREEMAN 260
CAPT. TULLETf- 197
CAPT. BRUHN 170
CAPT. NICHOLSEN - 9
CAPT. WEISBARTH 9
CAPT. SAMSON 8
9APT. THOMPSON , 7
The Japanese Ladles' Relief Society
wlshea to thanlc Mr. Robert Lowers for
a Tory kind donation to be used for
tho relief of the Japanese who wero
made homeless by the recent Ore In tho
Infected district. Up to tho present
time, tho relief society has nearly a
thousand dollars from various chari
tably Ucllned people.
WBDD1NQ STATIONERY, Engraved
H. P. WICHMAN.
I P0ST 0FF'L mnm
prPsal to Takfl On! of Pay of
Postmasters and Carriers.
Excess of Mllltarj Paj for Februirj Pajments
and Expenditures Authorised Japanese
Consul and Prohibited Merchandise.
Tho Minister of Flnanco this morn
ing presented his annual report for
1899 to tho President. Mr. Damon, ad
dressing the Executlvo Council, said:-,
"Tho question of what is to bo done
toward meeting the payment of clerks,
mall carriers and postmasters for tho
coming period, necessitated by the In
creased work of the Department and
tho Insufficiency of the appropriations
to meet theso expenditures, has again
come up and upon consultation with
tho P. M. O. he recommended that tho
shortago to carry on tho work, as out
lined in tho meeting of tho 14th, should
bo deducted from tho pay of each post
master and mall carrier, in the former
case 10 per cent, trusting to the next
Legislature to recoup them for the pro
portion which they havo not been able
to draw. It would moan tho closing up
of 25 postofllccs If wo should dismiss
tho postmasters, and this Is tho one
way In which wo can carry on the ser
vice." It was decided by the Council to
leavo tho course to bo pursued to tho
judgment of the Minister of Finance.
Minister Mott-Smlth read a com
munication from tho British consul,
dated February 16. relatlvo to the
claim of J. Cranstoun for damages aris
ing out of tho Insurrection of 1895.
Tho Minister of Flnanco was author
ized to mako payments as follows:
Support of military for January, fur
ther excess over tho pro rata, $72. Ex
cess of pro rata for the same for Feb
Tho Minister of tho Interior was au
thorized to make the following expendi
Harbor Improvements, Honolulu,
Sewerage of Honolulu, tho balance
of tho appropriation.
Tho Cabinet approved of the Presi
dent's appointment of J. Alu as second
district magistrate for North Kona,
A letter from tho Jananeso consul.
relating to tho Board of Health's reso
lution prohibiting goods from infected
countries landing hero, was referred to
tho Board of Health.
Police Court Notes.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon tho
following cases were disposed of: Dan
Sullivan, profanity, nollo pros'd; John
Rice, cruelty to animals, Feb. 20.; Ke
alamakanl, Papu, Plilplll, disturbing
tho quiet of tho night, S3 and costs;
John Tracey, profanity, ?5 and costs;
Lucy and Julia, vagrancy, Fob. 20; E.
Johnson, G. Anderson and A. Rose, dis
turbing tho quiet of the night, S3 and
costs; Win. Ryan, assault and battery,
$25 and costs; Tom, heedless driving,
$6 and costs; Chas. Santos,, common
nuisance, nolle pros'd; Ah Tin Aka
loka, carrying a deadly weapon, repri
manded and discharged; Ah Pu, Ah Po
and Ah Ka, opium unlawfully in pos
session, Feb. 20; Kukapu, malicious
injury, one month's Imprisonment at
hard labor; Kokea, assault with n
weapon, $5 and costs; fourteen cases of
drunkenness, various Ones.
Dr. Carmlchael of the U. S. Hospital
Marine service was seen this morning
and asked about the effect of tho new
outbreak of plaguo on tho people who
intend to leave In tho Australia tomor
row. "Tho Intending passengers havo been
under observation for fifteen days,"
said Dr. Carmlchael, "and this new
outbreak will have absolutely nothing
to do with them. They will go as al
ready planned. So far as freight Is
concerned, we have taken none but
clean stuff so we are all right."
Editor Evening Bulletin: At a spe
cial meeting of the Honolulu Rodent
Mutual Protectlvo Association held last
qvenlng in sewer alley, it was unani
mously caried that all burials or dec
orations and special services over de
ceased brthren bo attended to at 11:30
p. m. this evening, and furthermore,
that tomorrow, Tuesday, the 20th Inst,,
be entirely set aside as a day of special
thanksgiving by all surviving rats,
members or otherwise of the R. M. P.
A. A suggestion by a new member that
a vote of thanks be accorded the Citi
zens' Committee for Its leniency in
minimizing the potency of the extermi
nator and the gentlemanly manner In
which the chef had served up the Bamo
In wooden platters was severely nega
tived. The secretary reported that under
the circumstances tho number of fa
talities during tho present crisis had
been remarkably and satisfactorily
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900.
m ml mmm
Impresslje Memorial Senlces and
Funeral ol Mrs. Boardman.
First Christian Sepulture of Anyone Cremated
In Honolula-Sjmpalbetlc Address or Rev.
J. C. Hay at Christian Church.
The memorial services over the re
mains of the late Mrs. Boardman yes
terday afternoon were singularly im
pressive. They really constituted the
first funeral ceremony for a subject of
cremation ever bold in Honolulu. A
small parlor stand was placed at the
front of the Christian church auditor
ium for tho reception of the urn con
taining tho ashes. This was draped
In purple and surrounded with many
floral emblems and bouquets.
A large concourse of friends of the
lamented lady and her bereaved fam
ily assembled at the church. Manv
representative members of tho com
munity wero present Tho chief
mourners occupied the front seats, be
ing accompanied on going forward by
tho folowlng Masonic escort, exhibiting
fraternal sympathy for Mr. Board
man, their bereaved brother of Hawa
iian lodge: John A. Hasslngcr, car
rying tho urn, P. M. of Hawaiian
lodge; J. Mot Oat, W. M. of tho same
lodge; Clarence M. White, W. M. of
Lodge lo Progres do l'Occanlo, and
Judgo W. Austin Whiting, W. M. of
As tho funeral party advanced up the
aisle, Professor Cook, tho church or
ganist, softly played a dirge. When
tho urn had been placed in position,
tho choir sang, "When the mists have
cleared away," a favorito hymn of tho
iato Mrs. Boardman.
Rev. J. C. Hay, pastor of tho church,
read the 23d Psalm and part of John
14th, cholco pasages in tho habitual
scripture reading of the sister mourn
ed. Mr. Hay offered a sympathetic
prayer, and the choir Bang another
favorite hymn of tho departed, "Some
timo wo'll understand."
Mr. Hay delivered a funeral sermon
that engaged tho profound attention
of the congregation, for its succinct
presentation of the llfo history of the
departed member of tho church, with
warm tributes, that touched every
knowing heart for their simple truth to
her habitual kindness to the distressed,
unostentatious benevolence. Christian
lenity to any who dcspltcfully used her
and liberality of thought respecting
thodo who differed from her in matters
of expediency. While claiming Chris
tian liberty for herself, sho believed
the church should havo a high stand'
ard of manners. Tho sermon began
with theso biographical data:
"Mrs. Boardman was born In New
York city March 4, 1854, and depart
ed this lifo in Honolulu, January 16,
1900. Her maiden namo was Eliza
Jane Nlcholls. Her childhood and
youth wero spent In Albany. She was
married May 30, 189, at Ithaca, N. Y.,
to George E. Boardman. They camo to
the Hawaiian Islands May 17, 1880,
resided four years ft Kahulul, on
Maui, and in 1884 fixed their residence
Tho entire community will recog
nize the aptness of the following pas
sage: "Hers was a richly endowed nature,
Blessed with health, a vigorous mind,
sound Judgment end gonial manners,
sho became a superior business woman,
and for somo time conducted a suc
cessful mercantile establishment.
Charmed by the natural beauties of
Honolulu, sh-5 formed an Intimate ac
quaintance with its plants and flowers,
and with them surrounded her home.
Raro taste made her an authority In
floral decoration, so that on special oc
casions her willing services were
sought for church and palace and cot
tage. On last Easter Day the adorn
ment of this place of worship, through
her skill and zeal, commanded tho
grateful appreciation of pastor and
After tho sermon tho choir sang a
third favorito hymn of the late Mrs.
Boardman, known as "Tho Christian's
Goodnight." The pastor pronounced a
benediction, and tho rest of the con
gregation stood until the mourners and
escort withdrew with tho urn.
Although tho funeral had been an
nounced as prlvato, Mr. Hay stated
that any friends were at liberty to fol
low the remains to, tho tomb. Many
carriages accordingly Joined In the pro
cession to Maklkl cemetery. There the
urn was deposited upon a bier, taste
fully draped in white and purple and
covered with flowers, in the private
mausoleum of Mr. Hasslngcr. A short
prayer by Mr. Hay concluded the cere
monies. The cover of the urn Is a silver plate
beautifully engraved with the name
and facts of the departed lady's birth,
marrlago and death. H. H. Williams,
undertaker, had general direction of
the funeral, 'under tho arrangements
made by tho heads of tho Masonic
DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
for the World. Therro made by Le
Malre, "Nuffsald." it T- WICHMAN
Hawaiian Woman on Onn sirMt
Woman on Queen street
Soccambs to Disease.
Chinese Suspect From King Street Dies at
Suspect Hospital -Oulward Appearances
Not Suspicious-Post This Afternoon.
2 p. m. One Buro caso of
plaguo and ono suspect today.
Tho particulars are as given
below. Thot Chinaman from
King street died late this fore
noon and a post mortem Is to
bo held this afternoon. Speak
ing of today's developments
President Wood Bald this af
ternoon: "The caso of tho Ha
waiian woman on Queen street
is nothing more than might
havo been expected. It Is one '
of thoao sporadic cases that aro
liable to crop up at any time.
Tho Chinaman from King
street had no bubos but I or
dered his removal to tho sus
pect hospital on account of his
sudden illness and more sudden
As far as can be learned tho
Hawaiian woman had been ill
for several days and tho China
man a week.
Tho community was startled this
morning by the announcement of an
other caso of plaguo. People wero be
ginning to gain confidence and tho sit
uation was considered most promising.
Twelve days without a case was a
record that had not been approached
sinco the outbreak of tho plaguo, but
now no ono can tell how long a period
may safely clapso before Honolulu's
quarantlno can be raised.
This morning between 12 and 1
o clock Dr. Peterson was summoned
from tho Board of Health office to a
place dlroctly oppostto on Queen street.
Ho found thoro n natlvo woman, Mary
Kaathue by name, who seemed to bo
suffering from the plaguo. He immedi
ate. y had guards posted and then did
nil ho could In behalf of the woman.
At A o'clock she suddenly collapsed and
died. Her body 'was removed to the
morguo where Dr., Hoffman hold a post
mortem examination. A clear caso of
plaguo was shown, both by the symp
toms and tho microscopical examina
tion later. Tho body was removed to
Maultola and cremated.
This caso camo from a placo In tho
vicinity of tho South Sea Island settle
ment and directly back of tho small
nouses burned a short tlmo ago by or
der of tho Boara of Health. Ono of
theso was destroyed becauso It was
thought that a German v, ho died thero
beforo the declaration of tho outbreak
of plaguo In Honolulu, had really been
a victim of tho disease.
During tho forenoon It was reported
that n caso had been found in the Chi
nese fruit store on King street near
tho Walklkl turn. Dr. Peterson was
sent out to Investigate and found a
Chinaman, Ah Chow by name, aged 30,
In n very serious plight. His tempera
ture was luJ and his pulse had col
lapsed. The appearance of things led
him to recommend that the house be
placed In quarantine. In accordance
with this, several men were sent out to
do guard duty and the patient was tak
en to the suspect hospital.
Freed From Kallhl.
There was an exodus of peoplo from
the Kallhl detention camp yesterday
forenoon. Hawallans, Japanese and
Chinese, numbering 1,850 in all were
examined by Dr. Howard and then al
lowed to pass out. By night time C69
had returned stating, that they could
And no dwelling places. These were
Immediately assigned to different
houses. It was thought at first that
only about 600 people would find ac
commodations outsldo but it turned out
8emtDally Inspection Resumed.
L. A. Thurston, chairman of the Citi
zens' Sanitary Commltteo, said at noon
that In consequence of the fresh ap
pearance of the plague the house to
-ouse inspection twice a day would bo
resumed forthwith. Tho nitflnnlnn nt
tiie hours of business resolved on Sat
urday, to take place in the event of
there being no more plague cases,
would also by the terms of tho resolu
tion be considered deferred until fur
Xfih Hee Out.
Ah Hee, the proprietor of the car
penter shop on Nuuanu street from
which several cases of plague are
known to have bad their origin, was
freed from quarantine at the Kallhl
detention camp yesterday afternoon.
Ah Hee was considered tho biggest
kicker among tho Cblneso at Kallhl.
The Australia mall closes at 11
o'clock sharp tomorrow morning.
The Poseidon Is discharging at tho
O. R. & L. wnarf.
Ladysmlth will fall just as soon as
she steps on ono of thoao Orango Frco
Stato peals of laughter
AN atib.piat robbery
Pmf.winn.ic t w.t hi
Professionals at Work In Union
Feed Co.'s Office.
Safe Drilled and Charge of Djnamlte inserted
Middlings Used to Deaden Sound
Burglars Were Unsuccessful:
The appcaranco of the safe In the
offlco of the Union Feed Co. on King
street this morning goes to show that
Honolulu has recently received into its
mLst somo professional burglars from
tho States and it might bo well for
those who havo been a llttlo careless
In tho past to be moro careful In the
future as to how they leavo money In
their places of business without suffi
cient guarnntco of safety from people
such as those who mado the attempt
on the Union Feed Co.'s odlco laBt
night or early this morning.
When tho warehouse and office wero
opened this morning, it was found that
somo or the grain In the former place
was st oulderlng. Near by was a can
of cnglno oil. Evidently somebody had
attempted to set fire to the placo and
a serious conflagration had been stop
ped by the continuous falling of bags
of grain directly on the fire, thus
quenching tho liamcs but not entirely
putting out tho Are.
When tho offlco people arrived, they
found that a determined attempt had
been mado to rob the ofTIco nnd then
set fire to the building.
Tho keyhole of tho safo had been
drilled by n good sired Instrument and
a charge of dynamite had been placed
in this aperture in tho manner of
Bkillccl burglars. After this twenty or
thirty bags of middlings from the
storehouse had been brought in and
piled ubout the safe to deaden tho ex
plosion. The dynamite had then been
set off but tho safo refused to yield al
though much of the front part was
blown to pieces nnd tho bags or mid
dlings wero broken open by the concus
sion. Tho $250 In gold nnd $1,000 In
drafts wero found Intact.
Falling in this nttempt. tho robbers
evidently went to Frank Vlda's prlvato
drawer and used an auger to get this
open. Luckily no money had been left
Tho next placo visited was probably
the smal storeroom directly to tho
rear of tho ouico. An attempt had been
made to pry open tho door but, falling
in mis, the robbers smashed In ono of
tho largo panes and got through. Noth
ing could be found there.
Evidently exasperated nt not being
nblo to secure nny money nnd wishing
to conceal evidences of the attempt at
robbery, tho burglars set tho grain
aflro In tho large warehouse. Hod they
used kerosene oil their nttempt might
havo been more successful.
Tho Identity of tho burglars has not
yet been learned but It Ib thought that
one or two days will be sufficient to lo
cate certain persons.
Evidently there wns more than one
person concerned in tho job for the re
moval of the bags of middlings from
the storehouse to tho offlco must havo
taken two at least. Tho entrance was
effected by means of ono of the back
windows In the storehouse.
The Chinaman in chargo of the
Union Feed Co.'s stables tells tho fol
lowing story; "At about' 10 o'clock
Sunday morning two white men boost
ed another up on the corrugated iron
fence near the Hawaiian Electric Co.'s
works. I could only seo half the faco
of tho latter. I asked -ilra what he
wanted and, replying that nothing was
wanted, he and tho other two men
scampered away. I think that this cir
cumstance Is In some tray connected
with the attempt at robbery."
Upon the arrival of the office men
this morning, tho safo was broken open
and the money and books taken out .
Detective Kaapa Is working on the
case today. Ho has one or two clues
thnt may prove of value.
Rat Killing Record.
80 far the rat poison distributed
generally throughout the city has
proved ineffective. The Inspectors and
sub-Inspectors report that It Is a fail
ure. One of the members of the Citi
zens' Sanitary Commltteo said this
morning: "The poison has not been
given a show yet. It should be left In
place for two or three days until tho
rats become used to it Peoole know
very well that whenever various places
where rata have been has been disturb
ed, the rodents are rather shy of tho
place for a llttlo while.
Few rats havo been reported killed by
the poison. A. B. Wood says that ecr
taln rats on his place ate the poison
Dut dm not die."
It is understood on good authority
I mat tno French and Japanese women
or the deml mondo who have finished
their quarantine, aro soon to open
rooms on Richards street In the'ons
irame building just below Queen street
and opposlto the planing mill.
The bark Seminole, 72 days from
Newcastle, Is anchored outside.
PbIOB 5 OtHTS.
court AGAIM ADJOURHS
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Another Contestant of D. B. Smttb
Administration Comes Into Court.
Amoj I. Anln Alleges the Late Mr. Smith
Assured Her She Was Mentioned In fill
He Had Made-Continuances of Cases.
The February term of the Circuit
Court was opened by Judge Stanley
this morning, only to be forthwith' ad
ojurned the third tlmo for one week.
Stipulations for continuance have
been filed In the following cases: John
Kalkelkt b. Nalcllehua, Fanny
Strauch vs. Cecil Brown, Kalau vs.
Ewa Plantation Co., J. D. Holt, Jr.,
vs A. Kauhl, Ling Chong & Co. vs. Lin
Hop Wnl Co., Kahal ct al. vs. L. Ahlo
et al. and C. K. C. Rookc vs. Kathrin
Singer ct al.
Emily P. Judd by her attorneys ans
wers with a general denial the com
plaint, as to herself among others, of
Lucy K. Pcabody.
M. D. Flgucrcdo, storekeeper in
School Btrcet, has appealed acalnst
conviction nnd fine of $100 for selling
liquor without license. Harvey Chase
has appealed from a similar sentence
for soiling liquor nt Diamond Head.
Tho hearing on th epctltlon for the
appointment of Cecil Brown as admin
istrator of tho lato D. 1). Smith's es
tate was due this morning. Judgo Stan
ley continued It ono month on motion
of Kinney, Ballou & McCIanahan, at
torneys for Amoy M. Anlm. whoso affi
davit wns presented alleging thnt the
iato D. u. Smith had lived at her home
for tho eight years procedlnK his death.
that no left Honolulu for San Fran
cisco on December 8, 1899, carrying
wiin mm a number or papers, and that
he had Informed her, a short tlmo be
fore hie departure, that ho had made n
vi 111 In which thoafnantwas mentioned
among tho beneficiaries. E. D. Mc
CIanahan, ono of tho woman'H attor
neys, mado affidavit of his request for n
search for tho will in Snn Francisco,
nnd of Insufficient tlmo having elapsed
ror obtaining nny answer to such re
quest. . . j.
Tito Chief Justice Contest.
Interviewed this mornlnir nn Mm
governorship question Qeorgo I). Dear
tuuu; wnai is irouunng mo tno most
Just now Is tho position of Chief Jua ri
tlcq of tho Supremo Court. Of course
yon understand that my appointment
as governor is assured, rvo got the
title and that Is nil that Is ncicssary in
Hawaii. Soon after being intoriowed
by tho Advertiser. I nrnmlftoil .1. v.
Lunlng tho olflcc of Chief Justice. Now
1 umicrsmnu Hint Air. Dolo wants ;bo
place. I am actually losing weight try
ing to decide between tho two contest
It Is reported In n lute Japanese pa-
nor thnt nlinnt 3!i KJi Inn. if pnnl wn..
Bhlpped out of Hokkaido last year.
A parcels post service is soon to be
established between Japan and Korea.
At tho end of 1898 it was found by
the Educatlonnl Department that 4,
061,331 children were In attendance at
various scnoois tnrougnout the Em
pire. There were 83,639 BChool teach
From the two great copper mines at
Ashlo nnd Besshl something loke 7,-
000.000 ven worth nf motnl In Inmnt
Mauna Loa for Hawaii.
Tho Mauna Loa has finished her pe
riod of quarantine and will sail on her
regular Maul and Hawaii rnntn nt th
usual time tomorrow. Sho has a large
cargo or general merchandise aboard
and will carry mall for Hawaii.
Captain Merry of tho Naval Station
here leaves for Snn Francisco in the
Australia tomorrow to take his exami
nations Incident to promotion.
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