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,ii's Popular Sea Captains !
Register Your Votes for Your Favorite !
THE MOST POPULAR CAP
TAIN Or THE ISLAND
Vol. VIJI. No. U02
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.
Pbiob 5 Cents.
ANOTHER FAVORABLE DAY
PLAGUE AND VARIOLOID
NAYAL COURT TO BE HELD
NO WORK, NO KAUKAU
OHE YOTE FOR I jR
Capt.. . lB
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February 1st and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the 1st prize Is at liberty
to choose between mode's oo, 02 and 94 ot
the 1900 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 s
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. fAodel 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 90 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 1st prize be
2nd Prize, 8lnger Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle anJ top coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle anJ cabinet
top, both five drawer machines, or the
"Automa Ic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnUhed bv Ber
geracn. sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, St., 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 : Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Tmvs. Uevelooer. Fixer. Negative Rack,
Graduate. Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LeMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents,
4th Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gro mo-
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It is to be
selectfd from the stock of the Bcrgstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
1. Allsubscilptlonsmustbe prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be cnunted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions slmuld be s-nt in as
soon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to wliom the
subscription Is to br credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should 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 for these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Must Popular Captain, coupons
entitling the holder to cast so many votes
for the GiPtaln of his choice accoidingto
the term of his subscription, will be given
to each new subscriber aitachrd to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: 58.oo per year,
$2.00 for three months; stilctly In advance.
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be Riven an elegant nalr of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wichman. I he
are the nest that can be obtained and may
be seen on dlspl iv at WIchman's siore.
In addition to the votes hlch appear
each day In the upper right h ind orn-r of
the first page, which are to be tilled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A
coupon for the number is attached to the
I MONTH 40 VOTES
3 MONTHS 150 V rib'.
6 MONMS 350 VOTES
l YEAR 75J VOIES
The standing of the contest Friday. Feb.
8, was as follows. I his list will be chang
ed every aaiuruay.
CPT. SIMERSON 1482
CAPT. CAMERON 1201
CAPT. CLARKE 1143
CAPT. PEUhKSEN 444
CAPT. FREEMAN 260
CAPT. TULLETT 107
CAPT. URUHN 170
CAPT. NICriOLSEN g
CAPT. WEISBAR I H g
CAPT. SAMUN 8
CAPT. THOMPSON 7
Those Kullhl Guards.
In tho Bulletin of tho 19th Inst wo
notice where Superintendent McVeigh
accuses Corporal Storey ot asking tho
guards to quit when he left. That Is
unjust and untrue as wo left on our
own account, not becauso of Corporal
Btorey'B trouble Also, Private Mc
Carthy was not tho only ono who had
a lire that night. As Private G. V.
Schunk and others will testify.
Wp aro, some who left:
COnP. M. HOUOHTAILINO,
PRIV. 8. n. JACKSON,
CEO. W. BOHUNK.
INSPECTION OF BLOCK 19
Board of Health Visited the Place
Mid; Motions Passed Yarlous Places to
Open Up Club Stables Must Put
Id Impervious Floors.
Tho Board of Healtli Bpont nearly
thrco hours In JJlock 1! 1ms morning,
dlscusBlnc various measures In conncc
tlon with tho buildings and making
Important decisions. Following Is a
list of the conclusions arrived at:
All tho lean tos of tho New England
bakery must bo torn down and now
floors, probauly concrete put in tno
Tho one-story lodging houso on tho
bakery grounds must bo torn down
Tho two-story building on tho irnmo
grounds must bo renovated and clean
ed. Tho "Uncle Sam" 'rcstnurant on Fort
street must bo pulled down and de
stroyed. All tho washing places, privies and
lean-tos back of tho undertaking par
lors of E. A. Williams must bo re
moved. New floors of Impervious material,
such as concrete, must bo put In tho
Club stables and tbc lean tos back of
tho Lum Sing grocery store, adjoining,
Tho Love building places of business
will bo allowed to open as Boon as tho
cellars and first floor nre thoroughly
Tho stalls back of tho Love building
must bo disinfected and whitewashed
and the floors of tho mils dug up and
Impervious materials substituted.
Tho lean tos hack or wing Lee s
fruit store on Hole! street must be torn
out and tho flours reconstructed to
comply with tho sanitary regulations
of tho Board of Health.
Tho steam laundry on Hotel street
must be cleaned up Inside before being
allowed to open.
After a suitable fence Is put up be
hind Mrs. Gray's building on Hotel
street, that placo will bo allowed to
Tho Perry buildlug will bo allowed
to open when It Is placed In a sanitary
condition. Tho oack floors must bo
mado of cement.
Tho Kello quarters, on tho second
story of the Perry block, must bo
cleaned up nnd tho bnek doors nailed
Tho Robinson block pcoplo novo nl
rcady compiled with tho regulations so
that tho Hoard did not need to tako any
nctlon on that place.
FIRED OFF A REVOLVER.
Buchanan, an ex-mounted patrol
man, was arrested shortly after mid
night last nl&ht on tho chargo ot car
rying a deadly weapon. Lieut. Leslie
of tho Mounted Patrol, tells tho follow
'At 12 o'clock last night Lieut. Gard
ner ana Officers Willis and Kalo went
oft duty and wcro returning to their
homes In Kallhl when, upon arrival
near the O. H. & L. depot, tney saw a
blcycie zigzagging all over tho street
In front of them. I was just behind.
They cried to tho rider to allow them
room to pass as tho part of tho strcot
at that placo that can bo used Is very
narrow on account of repairs now bo
Ing made. Tho fellow went to ono
sldo and tho hack passed by. It was
just at this moment that a revolver
shot was fired and I saw tho light on
the bicycle suddenly extinguished.
"Tho oflicera Jumped out or tho hack
and mado for tho bicyclist who dodged
under Achl's framo building now In
process of construction. Emerging
from tlicro he ran on but his progress
wns stopped by a high board fence.
Wo cornered tho man thcro and I
found a revolver In his hip pocket.
It had just been discharged but tho
empty shell had been extracted."
In tho Police Court this forenoon
defendant was found guilty and sen
tenced to pay n fine of $20 and costs.
Defendant claimed that his revolver
fell on the ground nnd was accidentally
discharged. Tho pollco officers think
Watkahalulu bridge on School street
Is reported on good authority to bo In
a dangerous condition. It has been
placed under n severe strain of lato
from heavy drayloads having to tako
that route on account of tho closing of
other streets. Somo superficial patch
ing has been dono on tho bridge, but
the structure Is radically weak In Its
supports. The Bulletin's Informant
saw timbers working several Inches
out ot position under stress of a loaded
vehicle crossing tho bridge. Ho says
that, unless the foundations nnd sup
ports of tho structure bo made strong,
a terrible accident Is llablo to happen
DON'T PAPS our OPERA GLASSES
fnr the World. They'-e made by I.
Malre. "Nuff said." rf. f. WICHMAN f
One Sadden Death Bnt Apparently
School Question In Hands of Board of Education-Floating
Material From Garbage
Scows -General Notes.
2 p. m. No new cases today.
A native, Kahlohlo. aged 40,
who died suddenly til his homo
In Pauoa this forenoon, hns
been taken to the morgue. A
post mortem will ho held this
The post mortem on tho Ja
panese, Okatn, from Pearl City,
has just been finished. It Is a
case of typhoid fever with per
foration of tho bowels.
School Question Agnln.
At n meeting of tho Board of Health
yesterday afternoon, Mr. Lowrey onc3
more brought up tho matter of open
ing tho schools. Children wero better
in the schools than on tho streets. The
hours of Inspection had been changed
tnd, as this was tho only reason ad
vanced by tho Citizens' Sanitary Com
mittee In Its recommendation thut the
ichools be kept closed, the school?
ould very well bo opened now. Tho
restriction should bo removed by M10
Board of Health and then tho Commis
sioners ot Education could do as tboy
thought best In tho matter.
Mr. Wood, of tho Normal School, ex
plained that tho continued closing ot
his Institution was working a hard
ship on the tenchers from tho other Isl
ands who wero hero at their own ex
Further discussion wns Indulged In,
but nothing was done.
Gathering Eggs by Seashore.
A Custom Houso officer whoso word
ennnot be doubted, tells of tbo float
ing ashore of a largo number of Chi
nese salted eggs on tho bench at Wal
klkl and tho gathering ot theso by
both natives and Chinese. Tho In
spector Is of tho impression that this
article of Chinese food, condemned by
tho Doard of Health, Is not dumped
overboard from tho scows far enough
out at sea. Besides tho eggs, a lot of
fruit and dried vegetables have floated
Dentil nt Penrl City.
Tho death of Oknta, u Japanese In
tho employ of tho 0. R. & L. Co. at
Pearl City, was reported to Dr. Cooper
early this morning. This physlilan
took a Bpcclal train down tho road Im
mediately nnd brought tho body to
town with him, arriving at about 12
noon. A post mortem will bo held on
tho body this nft;rnoon. Dr. Cooper
states It as his belief that tno mar. died
of dysentery. Thvjre were no plague
Iwalnnl Into Quarantine.
Tho Iwalnnl went Into quarantine
again last evening and will snll for Hn
makun ports n week from that time.
Wm. SImerson, who was on duty nt tho
Inter-Island wharf office, went Into
quarantine aboard tho Iwalnnl. Ho
will bo transferred to some other ves
sel when ho hns completed hla quaran
tine of seven days.
OVERCROWDING OF HOUSES.
Inspector J. Lightfoot had another
long search for a missing ward yes
terday. It wns a Japanese woman, who
wns discovered about 11 o'clock p. m.
In tho houso nt Knmollllli from which
n Japanese victim of beriberi had been
taken tho previous day. Tho woman
hnd a high temperature and Dr. Peter
son wns called to seo her. Mr. Light
foot's Inspection book shows twenty
persons living In tho houso in ques
tion, n small tenement of four rooms.
A resident of Nuunnu valley tolls ot
fourteen natives being huddled to
gether in n 14x12 room. Somo nntlves
having nouses In that locality rent all
their upper rooms to Chinese, wtillo
themselves nnd their families sleep on
tho ground floors.
A Poor House.
Tho Inst of tho people from tho kero
seno wnrchouso detention camp tho
Wco Shlng family numbering twenty
In nil will bo released tomorrow. Dr.
Wood stated today that tho placo would
very probably bo turned Into a poor
At Central Union church nt 3 o'clock
Friday afternoon Miss Yarrow will
conduct a meeting, In which tho chil
dren themselves will hnvo a part and
Instruction will bo given In the mean
ing of the Christian life. Children of
ten years and older nro Invited.
There was n small blaze In tho Ad
ler homo nt tho corner of Vineyard and
Punchbowl streets at r.oon today. Por
tions of tho roof .Mioiit tho kitchen
chimney were burned but tho flames
were extinguished before tho arrival of
tho fire department.
Letters Received From Dr.
and Dr. HcGettlgan.
New Case at Detention Camp Id Ka-
hulul Hana's Physician Reports
Dr. Garvin states that the caso was
of tho pneumonic type nnd that he first
noticed the Illness of the man on the
15th Inst. New camp plans had been
drawn up by him and submitted to
Messrs. Baldwin nnd Lowrle. Thb cost
would bo about $5,000. Wells had been
sunk on tho present camp grounds and
sufllclcnt wntor for washing purposes
Three post mortems had been held.
One from Sprcckclsvllto wns suspicious
but tho existence of bacilli could not
Hny Wodehouso Is assisting A. L.
C. Atkinson nt tho camp.
The bodies of three Chinese and two
Japanese, who died of the plague had
been exhumed and cu-mated.
President Wood of tho Board of
Health received by tho Ciaudluo this
morning several letters dealltii; with
tho health situation on Maui.
Ono of theso was from lr Garvin
who Is In chargo ror the Board of
Health in Knhulul In thlj hitter Dr.
Gnrvln tells of nnother cxm ot plague
which broko out In tho dotation camp
at tho Kahulul race trtk on tho ISth
Inst. The victim, a Chl'inmnn from
tho locality whero tho other cases wcro
taken, died on tho same day, n
post mortem wns held, bubonic plague
was clearly demonstrate I and tho body
Dr. Garvin states that t!in lira 1 111 out
look in Kahulul Is very promising.
Tho center of infection was, of course,
in Chinatown, now destroyed. Noth
ing suspicious hns occuivo.I beyond the
limits of this district.
Varioloid at liana.
Another lAttv was from Dr. McCot
tlgan, tho government phydclan at
Hana who reports 11 cai:n ot varioloid
at that place.
When Dr. Wood was nt Kahulul on
his return from Hllo to Honolulu, lie
received a telephone, communication
from Dr. McGellig.vr telling of the. rp
pcaranco of tho casi. It was requested
that tho physician send n vrlttHii re
port to tho Board o.' Health nnd this
Is what arrived In the Claiitllne toduy.
Tho points brought out by Dr. McGet
tignn nro as follown:
A Japanese In n camp of 41 of tho
samo nationality, In chargo of a
Japancso lunn nn'i doing work on the
plantation wns v!;!n ill with what np
...i 1. . ,ii 11 1 ., . 1 cw.-iiuib uo Buiyeu iiemung mo pro-
v?L n htll'0, : d .","'' ,'1? ,l'n.' ngs before a naval court, and hat
wJ?inn petitioners bo remanded In tho
Later dovcIopmen:s Incline Dr. Mcacl.,mpn,1,imp Mr. itnmnhnn-. mn..ni I
"B",:Vh0 1)Clk'f Umt U ,B n ia"e f
Included In this camp nro .TnpanCKO
who have been m tho Islands for f.oine
length of time and others who have ar
rived but recently.
Dr. Wood bolIuw:s from tho fymp
toms recorded by Dr. McUeltlgan In his
report that tho case 1) no: vurlololl,
but chicken pox. ila stated to tlio
members of the Poind ot Health while
Inspecting Block 13 thu morning that
there wns no reason to behove that the
recent nrrlvala of Japnnoo had lal.en
Infection with them to tho other isl
nnds us tho dlsluf.'cthis npparntus nt
tho quarantlno station was certainly
of such n nature as to prcclue all Mich
possibilities. It was u well known fact
that, In tho case of Japamw), chicken
pox Is more serious in Its effect than
with other nationalities
The Louvre License.
Harry Juen Is still looking for n lo
cation acceptable to the authorities
for tho Louvre saloon. Tho old placn
was burned In ono of tho Chinatown
flics nnd tho stock put into quaruii'
tine. One slto in view Is nt Queen nnd
I South streets.
Humors 0 Ratting.
Captain J. W. Pratt, at Nolto's table,
stated that after ho had set tho sani
tary commlttco's poison tho rats bo
gun to bnt his harness. It was John
Kllluger who forthwith rcmurked tl-at
the captain had no right to grease his
harness with tho doctored laid.
It-id Men Will Celebrate.
Tl.o Red Men will celebrate tho an
niversary of tho birth of George Wash
ington by n social In Progress Hall to
night. A largo number of friends have
been Invited and n Jolly good tlmo Is
Washington birthday social nt Ccn
trni union parlors by the Y. P. S. C. K.
this evening. All who desire to pas? a
pleasant evening nre asked to come
and bring their friends. Tho angel
George and lady will be there to re
ceive WEDDINO STATIONERY. Engraved
H. F. WICHMAN.
For Trial or Seamen Refusing Doty on
British Ship Inverness-shire. m
Men Before Supreme Court Under Habeas Corpus
Awaiting Proceedings ot the British
Tribunal -Membeis ot lh Court.
A writ of habeas corpus, signed by
First Associato Justice Frcar of the
Supremo Court, was Issued to com
mand Marshal Brown to produce In
court tbo bodies of Michael Swanton
and eleven others, seamen of the ship
Inverness-shire though not so describ
ed In their petition. Although tho writ
wns only out about 7 o'clock Inst night,
It wns by mutual consent made return
able nt 11 o'clock this morning.
The petitioners complain that they
wero arrested In Honolulu on the 20th
Inst, nnd unlawfully held by the Mar
shal In the police station. They nllcgo
that they arc unable to state tho cause
or pretenco of their Imprisonment nnd
restraint, that they aro destitute and
unable to deposit money for costs and,
rurthcr, that they nro not Imprisoned
by virtue of any warrant or other pro
cess issued out of nny court of compe
Marshal Brown mnkes return, say
ing the petitioners wero on the 20th of
February seamen legally attached to
and on board of tho British ship Inver-ncss-shlro
then within tho jurisdiction
ot this Republic, and were nrrestcd on
board that vessel nnd Imprisoned un
der authority of n written nppilcatlon
nnd undertaking, made to tho Marshal
of tho Republic of Hawaii by the Hon
oiablo W. It. Honro, Her Britannic
Majesty's Consul nt Honolulu, nlso that
the petitioners wero being detained nt
tho pollco station until called for by
Tho requisition of Consul Hoaro'cnmn called at tho Jananeso anartcra
asks for tho urrcst, as mutinous per- and found tho rlnglondcr ot tho men.
sons, of Michael Swnnton, James Hud- This fellow stated that they had been
son, Chris. Knspcrsen, A. Peterson, P. 'nil ready to work but had boon told
Alsua, Henry Gouldlng, J. Bowles, H. not to do n stroke. The mutter ot not
Johntisen, Henry Mainland, Hans Ja- giving them nny food was nil right,
onsen, Jno. Mnrquson nnd Wm. Thomp-1 If tho Consul did not do something by
son, being seamen on board nnd on , Thursday morning, they would so to
duty on the ship already named, and work In spite of him.
concludes: "I have tho honor to stato I In tho afternoon, food waa prepared
that I will and do now engage to In-'for tho Japanese women nnd children
demnify you against nil damages which and they were sent for to come up near
result from your proceedings hcrcun-. tho administration building but tho
dcr nnd from tho detention of said per- i men would not nllow them to do this
sons, and that I will pay all and every and so they nit went hungry,
cost and chargo Incident thereto." It Is understood that Consul Balto
At the production of tho persons bo-' hns submitted tho mnttcr to tho For
foro Justice Frcar this morning, Geo. elgn Office.
A. Davis appeared for tho petitioners, I Contrary to what tho ringleader of
nnd A. S. Humphreys for tho respond- , tho Japanese said, none of this nation
cnt, Marshal Brown, who wa3 also allty went to work this morning and
present. Mr. Davis nsked that tho pro-
cecdlngs bo stayed pending tho pro-
," tho Court ordered Urn case contm-
nod until 10 n. ra. Tuesday next.
The naval court will assemble at tho
British Consulate at 10 a. m. tomor-
row. in tho summons Issued by Con- tho history of tho relations of Eng
sul Hoaro tho men nre charged with . land nnd America, nnd tho ratification
'continuous refusal of duty."
The Naval Court.
The Naval Court, which Is to asscm-
ble nt the Consulnto as stated, will bo
constituted ns follows:
Hon. Wm. Robert Honro, H. II. M's
Thos. Blslcy Jones, master of tho
ship Champion, ot Liverpool;
Francis W, Chapman, master of tho
ship Lnnclng, of London;
Captain Evans, maflcr of tho bark
Conway Castle, of Loudon.
'iho men will ho irprcscntcd by
Geo. A. Davis as their counsel, nnd the
whole matter between master and men
will ho gono Into. M: Hoaro has hnd
a largo room In tho Consulate fitted up
for the holding of the court. Being n
pulillc tribunal tho court will bo open
10 memuers 01 1110 pros.
Tho sparkling ono act farco "Hec
tor." also Allan Dunn's dramatic epl
sodo "Tho End of All" will ho retained
on tho boards till tho end of this week.
Tho execution of both pieces shows
considerable Improvement on their
first representation, A complcto
chnngel n tho vaudcvlllo and musical
program will tako place. Miss Laura
Oakley, who has becomo quite n favor
ite, will Introduco somo new songs.
Mr. Jean Rogers, the popular premier
bnsso, will nlso glvo somo new selec
tions. New llnwailnn Music.
Tho band will give n concert on tho
grounds of tho Executive building nt
the usual tlmo this evening. Among
tno selections will be four Hawaiian
songs with new music Just composed
by Captain Bergcr. This will bo the
first presentation of the new music.
Horse Given Htm.
i.r. ..emenwny, superintendent of
tho guards at tho Kallhl detcntloi
camp, hns Just been mnde a present of
n fine jay mare by tho guards wlu
served with him during his stay at
Aiise at Kdllhl
Japaneso Consul Takes a Hand-Ruling That
Causes Friction -Referred to Minister
of Fortlga Affairs,
Jnpancso Consul Mlkl Salto and an
other member of tho Japanese Con
sulate, called at the Kallhl detention
camp Tuesday nnd held a conference
with Superintendent McVeigh and
Medical Superintendent Howard on tho
matter of tho proposition of thrco
hours' work on tho part of tbo men
who return to the camp to bo taken
care of after having hecn freed from
quarantine. The story learned nt the
camp Is as follows:
Tho confcrcnco wni progressing fa
vorably and Mr. Snlto was about to
agrco to the proposition when his com
panion broko In, saying: 'l'hcro is no
itso of talking further on this matter.
Tills Is a government responsibility
nnd tho Japanese will remain hero as
long ns they desire, nor will they bo
made to do any work for tho govern
ment." It wns explained to the Japanese rep
resentatives that the men should do
a llttlo work to pay fur their food. Tho
government wns charging nothing for
tho houses nor was thcro nny profit
accruing to tho government on nccount
of tho work It was proposed to have
dono on tho camp grounds. Tho rep
resentatives refused to allow their
countrymen to work nnd they wcro
told that, In case tr.nt there was no
work, tho Japanese would not bo fed.
Tho next day, tho natives and Chi
nese turned to nnd went to work but
tho Japancso remained In their quar
ters. Ono of thoso in chargo at the
food is still being withheld. Tho only
way they can get anything to cat Is by
way moy car
from town nt their own
Treaty Marks on Urn.
Pnrls, Feb. 7. Tho Temps thlB af
ternoon says: "Tho abrogation ot the
Clnytr.n-Bulwer treaty marks a dato
of tho abrogation will constltuto the
opening of n new ern. Nothing could
' contribute more to cement tho now
born nccord between the two nations,
Tho check given to tho Canadian nego
tiations by the uncompromising ntti
tudo of Premier Laurler had shaken
tho fragile structure which seemed to
rest only on sentimental basis. Lord
Salisbury has just given It a powerful
Although tho Mlknbnln was confi
dently expected tills morning hy peo
ple nlong tho wharves It was stated nt
tho main nfllco today that sho could
not nrrlvo hero bsforo tomorrow morn
ing, faho sailed Friday afternoon nnd.
In addition to dlschnrglng a full cargo,
would have to tako on sugar and go
to Nllhau for sheep.
Tho James Makeo from Hnnnmaulu
Is expected tomorrow mornlni
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