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The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
..number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
tat Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 070.
The winner of the 1st prize Is it liberty
to choose betweenmode s go, qi an J q4 ot
the 1900 Cleveland Blcycie. MoJel 94 Is
road racer, wtight 20 pounds. ftWel 92
Is a light ri.idwh:el,welghlng2lbs ,and
' Modeloo a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lb.
The bicycle t be selected trom the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. ezents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made Drtween the corresponding ladlrs'
.ModeU. should the winner of 1st prize be
' ' lady).
Snd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
chine , $00.00.
The winner of this prize mav chooe
) between the: thrre stvles of m.i hlnes:
'that with oscIllitinRshutilc am tup coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five drawer machines, or the
"Automate," with three drawer. Tl.ls
machine will be lurnMied bv B. Ber-
ftcrsen. sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd Prize, Premo Henlor Cnmcrn,
4x6, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Plnl.'n for fcnstne. This camera may be
used with either Plate or Film. The
outfit Includes 1 Pl.de Holder, Tripod, 3
. Trays, I velote'. Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, St rrlng Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LefMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, n 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
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
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least three'months In advance.
2. No renewals r transfers of subscrip
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Subscription Rates: 8.oo per year,
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will be given an elegant pair of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wichman. I hey
are the Dest that can be obtained and may
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each day In the upper right hand orn-r of
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Thero was a round up of twenty-two
natives, Chinese and other 'at Hama
kaha Thursday afternoon on tho
charge of being present at a gambling
game. There was a plea of not guilty
on the part of every one of the defen
dants and the case was continued until
tomorrow. The prosecution explained
that tho bankers had escaped and that
warrants were out after them.
DONT PA88 our OPERA OLABSEf
for the World. They e made by U
Main. "NuOsald." K.T-WICHMAN
JURY BUSINESS ON MONDAY
Hawaiian J;ry and Oth rs Iottrestid
ire RtQQlrd to Appear.
Salt for $10,050 -Punishment for Disobeying
en Order Tcsllmony In Mar ball Llbtl
Cue A Girl's Majority.
Hawaiian Jurors nro required to at
tend tlio Circuit Court term on Mon
day next. Attorneys nnd defendants
out on ball In Hawaiian criminal cases
arc expected to bo present.
Charles Ilocsch has brought suit for
$10,000 damages against Chris. H. Wil
ier for seduction of n minor nlcco of
complainant. C. Crelghton Is attorney
for complainant. Humphreys & An
drews for defendants file a plea of gen
F. II. Itcdwnrd by his attorney, W.
A. Henshall, flics a demurrer for par
ticulars in E. II. P. Woltcr's suit
13. A. Griffith, commissioner to tnko
testimony in tho Marshall libel case,
writes from Shortsvlllc, N. Y., saying
that Dr. Henry Foster, whoso testi
mony Is wanted Is in Florida and will
not return until tho first of April.
T. McCants Stewart, attorney for
plaintiff in tho dissolution of partner
ship caso of Cnong Ako vs. Jung Pook,
flics a motion to punish tho defendant
for failure to make payments mention
ed in tho order discharging tho receiv
er. Rose K. Anahu ot Honolulu makes
affidavit that slio Is tho mother of Mar
garet Anahu, ono of tho plaintiffs In
tho partition suit of Itoso K, Annhu
and others vs. Mary Kamlkl and oth
ers, and that tho said Margaret has at
tained her mnjorlty. This Is for tho
purpose of having tho young woman's
share of tho partition procceus In court
paid to herself.
John Ena has filed his bond for $10,-
000 as ancillary administrator of tho
will of Julius Hotlng, with E. Paxon
Bishop as surety.
An order has been filed In conformity
with tho Supremo Court decision which
reversed tho decision of Circuit Judge
Stanley in tho H. A. P. Carter will
case, remanding tho caso to tho Cir
cuit Court for such further proceed
ings as are required.
An nltcrnntivn writ of mnmlnmus
was Issued this morning, ordering tho !
Minister of tho Interior to show causo
il Iia nliniilil ni flli-k ll-.n nvtlnlnn f
vhj ho omuuiu inn mu iiiu umvii'O u
association of tho Wahlawa Sugar Co.
in tno rorm submitted to mm.
REPORTED PLAGUE AT KIHEI
Captain Nicholson ot tho Alice Kim
ball that arrived this morning, ro
ports a caso of plague nt Klhol planta
Hon, Maul. Dr. Wood had tho follow
Ing to say about tho report:
"I was stopped on tho street by Cap
tain Nicholson lato this forenoon. Ho
mado tho statement that there was a
caso of plague In Camp 2 at tho planta
tion, the victim being a Japanese.
Four doctors had seen tho man but
thcro was not a unanimous agreement
that tho caso was plague. However,
tho houso was burned and tho body cre
mated. Other precautions had also
"1 havo not received any mall in ro
gard to tho caso."
Tho Hawaiian Kindergarten and
Children's Aid Association has been of
fered rooms free of rent at detention
camps Nos. 1 and 2, in which to start
schools exclusively for tho children
confined In those camps. At tho week
ly meeting of tho association directors
this morning it was decided to open
such camp schools, subject to tho ap
proval of ihe Doard ot Health.
The training class Is to meet for tho
I present at tho Chinese church kinder
I .. . - .. . .
owing to tno clianged conditions tno
' schools nro hereafter likely to becorao
more cosmopolitan. They will ceaso
to bo separate for dtfforcnt national-
Itlcs. nnd bo known by their locality,
Hov. F. W. Damon Is qulto willing that
c-ildrcn of tho neighborhood, without
regaid to nationality, attend the Chi
nese school. It Is thought tho changed
status will not materially alter the at
tendance, especially In localities llko
Punchbowl whero a slnglo nationality
has almost sole occupancy.
Tho Castlo Homo will bo opened at
onco lt tho Doard of Health approve.
So far thero aro only two or thrco ap
plications for admission.
A man and woman havo pitched a
tent at the top of Alapal street. Wheth
er they aro squatters on a town lot or
merely seeking mountain air without
paying rent tho Bulletin's Informant
does not know.
A full line ot harness and saddlery
at tho P. V and S. Co.
WEDDING SVATIONEUY. Engraved
H. V. WICHMAN.
Flags for the Schools.
The work undertaken by the
Vj Geo. W. De Long Po$t G. A. R. of
v llHk. a - - .1 i i i i-
flciv.lll& IIJK "" (IIC M.I1UUI IIUU75 IS
going on quietly but none the less
sutely. The plague has caused de
but there hat been no retrograde.
A Go loot pole for the Kalulanl
school was sent out this morning
and will soon be In place. About
twenty poles have been made and
paid for, all but about hilf a doztn
hav'ng been already e .ted.
I afayette Post, New Yotk, wh'ch
furn'shes the flags his sent notice
k that the fligs were shipped on Feb.
V 7- The locil Pot expects them to
arrive by the Australia. The first
S fljg raising will probably occur this
WANT TO GO STEERAGE
Upwards of stxty-flvo names havo
been obtained to a petition protesting
against the regulations In forco in con
nection with steerage passengers of tho
Australia. Tho active agents in getting
up this petition nro a number of men
who camo down steerage on tho Aus
tralia and now wnnt to go back steer
age. Tho steamship company refuses to
accept steerage passengers. Ono of the
men who seek theso accommodations
and tho cheaper passago rate, said this
"Tho most unreasonable phase of tho
"A person can report to tho Health
Department of tho American Consul's
office a given number of times nnd will
then be given a bill of health; he pre
sents it to the steamship company and
they will consider tho person healthy
and all right to go It ho asks for a cab
in passago; but It ho asks for steerage
passago he is considered as sick and
they enn't tnko him steerage. Then
ngnln, the first class passengers are
crowded down into tho steerage and
nro steerage passengers, but that Is all
right and they still retain their good
health, according to the view of .the
, Consul General Haywood was seen
about the matter this afternoon and,
In defining tho position ot tho Con
sulate had tho following to say:
"The law of tho United States in re-
gard to passengers Is not based on a
illniltini InM liAtntnnn tnnnln lint liatwnnn I
distinction between people but between
classes. Irwin & Co. havo been in
formed by us as to what the law Is and
wo havo further Informed them that'
they must comply with it.
"When theso men you speak about
camo hero and stated that Irwin & Co.
had told them they could go in tho
steerage of tho Australia so far as they
wero concerned but that wo had for
bidden such a proceeding, I went over
to sco Mr. Qlffard.
"Mr. Whitney, tho man who had been
In conversation with tho men, wns
called in and ho denied hnvlng said
anything of the kind.
"Tho Australia has not taken any
siccrago pasaenBiTB biiico u.u quuruu-
uno Dcgan. mere , is no mw against
taking them but they must comply
..11. ..at(kl MAtln t Innn Hint lonitn .
wan uviiuui ii'&uiuwuuo umi ti win .
Co. say they cannot carry out
"Wo havo no voice whatever in tho
matter. Wo point out tho laws to tho
transportation companies and they
must abide by them.
"So far as discrimination, you know
as well as I that there Is no dlscrlmlna-
tlon between tho two classes ot cabin
nnd steerngo all over the world."
The Orphcum Cafe.
Tlia nnml nf n wnll rnilllinoil. Iin.tn.
dato restaurant has long been n crying
want in Honolulu. Many futllo nt-
tempts havo been mado to hold tho
largo public trndo that only awaits a
r..i -. .-...J...- nt. rknnl.M..M.
miici'amiu itEuuiiiuiiui. i nu wii'iii-ui"
Cafe which makes its first opening this
nvrnlnir. hns Introduced manv Im -
provements which should attract pub-
lie favor. Spacious premises, whlto
I . .. .
waiters, a icngmy uui 01 larc, 00111 a
la enrto and regular courso meals, last
but not least, two French chefs; aro
among tho bids for favor. Thero aro
cuuiimrimi-iiiB lur mi riiiub uhu tmiiu-
tions of men. Private parties largo
and small from tho after theater sup
per of two to tho family of twelve all
can be accommodated. Absolutely tho
best tho market affords will only he
used and in view of the lato trouble
no Asiatics will be employed. The Or-
pheum Cafo undoubtedly has a largo
field nnd seems to be determined to
lose no efforts to securo tho patronago
of tho public at largo.
Police Court Notes.
In tho Police Court this forenoon
tho following cases wero disposed ot:
Ah Foo, che fa, 130 and costs; E. N.
Knlimabana. . same cbargo. nolle
pros'd; Chas. Kukapu, assault'ann bat nnd' fifteen minutes later Mr. Carter
tery on Hencllke, reprimanded and announced that tho wholo block had
discharged; Tadlsh, violating Doard of been placed In quarantlno.
Health regulations, $2 and costs; Osakl, 1 The Doard considered this step no
common nuisance, f G and costs; A. Me- ccssary on nccount ot the number of
delros, driving without n light, 5 and cases that had been taken from the
costs; Kaalalll and John Walhao, com- block and the Insanitary condition of
mon unlsance, $5 and costs. ninny of the premises.
LEVY IS VERY COMFORTABLE
Suspect From Hawaiian Hotel Speaks
With Dr. Wood.
Hotel Will Not Be Quarantined -Case of
YoDg Look - Patient Very Low
Fire This Morning.
2 p. m. Tho caso of Her
man Levy Is considered very
suspicious but tho patient Is
quite comfortable today. Yong
Look Is very low today. Ho Is
in an apathetic condition and
will probably dlo before night
fall. Guests at tho Hawaiian Ho
tel must bo under observation
by a physician for fifteen days.
Case of Hermann Levy.
Herman Levy, clerk of tho Hawaiian
Hotel, was removed to tho plnguo hos
pital shortly after midnight last night.
Ho had been sick for n couple of days
but not until last night was his caso
considered suspicious. Two bottles of
the pest fluid wero Injected into tho
patient. Speaking ot Lovy's caso this
afternoon Dr. Wood said:
"I saw Mr. Levy at about 11 a. m. to
day. Ho was conscious and no worse.
I had qulto n talk with him. No, he Is
not despondent but ho is ot a very
nervous temperament. The enso Is
considered very suspicious. Whero
Levy contracted the disease, if he has
It, is hard to say. Ho has been sick
two days. On tho day of tho Hotel
stables flro ho was not feeling well.
"Tho cottage on tho Alakea sldo of
the hotel proper is guarded but nothing
will be dono with this until it is
demonstrated beyond n doubt that
Levy has plague. It was in tho middlo
room ot this cottago that Levy was
taken from. Tho only other occupant
of tho placo was the nurse.
"I locked nnd scaled Levy's room
myself. No, I do not think thcro is
any necessity of quarantining tho
"Dctwccn Levy's cottage and tho
kitchen Is another small cottago but
this has not been used since tho day
of tho Hotel stables Arc."
"American Canned Goods."
'Tho Doard of Health will undoubt
edly refuse to allow a certain Japanese
wholesNo merchant of Honolulu to
,,, mor ,, , .
Tho last shipment of goods by this
houso was sent to the O. H & L. depot
for shipment down tho road, after hav
ing received tho usual freight permit
from Freight Agent Wnflcld at tho
Doard of Health oflico ti American
Tho freight agent at tho depot had
his suspicions and opened ono of the
cases yesterday. As he supposed thero
wero Japaneso good3 of all kinds. Tho
matter was reported at tho Doard ot
Health office. Whllo no arrests will bo
made it will bo fortunato if the busi
ness house will bo allowed to send any
nioro goods until tho quarantlno is
. raIsC(li A c)oser watch than heretofore
Ia to bo kcpt on BOoda 8t,Ippcd from
r-i,incn nn,i in00 ,
I V V cv XI
On Quarantine Rcstrlctlona
At a meeting of tho Doard of Health
yesterday afternoon Mr. Lowroy asked
tho opinion ot tho members in regard
to tho removal ot restrictions on
t freight nnd first class passengers out
ot Honolulu. Considering the scnttcr-
ing nuturo of tho recent cases, would
not this bo n safo proceeding. Mr.
Lowrey cxplnlncd that ho did not wish
to forco tho matter but merchants had
SDOKC11 tO film nUOUt lt.
' Mr. Hatch said ho did not feel ready
t tako any Biich action. To remove
tho restrictions now would look Ilko
throwing up tho Bpongo nnd saying,
"Thn nltlinflnn linn nnt liovnnit lln mill
: " ." .--.
wo can t control it.
' President Wood was of tho samo
opinion. Ho stated positively that tho
mchuci-iiib mmiro m 1110 cuscs was
n irn Innf ftt ml t ir it pno( ilnilnnn
. ............ .. iumvuin
passenger traffic and not In favor of
I Giinrritt Rushed Out.
i n wna (Mom 3;3U o ClOCK yesterday
afternoon that Mr. Smith Introduced n
resolution nt tho Doard of Health
meeting to the effect that the block In
which Kco Mmig died and bounded
by Queen street (mauka) Richards
street, tho new cral road (mnkal)
nnd tho lano running from Queen
street at a position opposlto tho JudicI
nry building to tho sea, be placed In
quarantlno until further orders and
that tho Inmates bo removed to Knlihl.
Deforo this wna put to a vote Prcsl-
dentAVood called on George Carter to
go Immediately to tho telcphono and
get a Btrong force of guards from the
police station. While this was being
attended to the resolution wns adontcd
Tho building near the water front
in which Kco Mung died and the two-
story lodging house next to It, were
burned this forenoon by tho flro de
partment. Tho torch was applied to
tho first of theso but tho wind soon
spread the flames to tho other place.
The flro department worked well In the
protection of other buildings In the Im
mediate vicinity and the work was by
no means ensy on account of the brisk
wind thnt was blowing.
Peoplo who havo clothes at tho Chi
nese laundry on Queen street In tho
quarantined block need not worry.
'ihe Board ot Health will sco that all
tho clothes aro returned to their proper
Guard Misunderstood Orders.
An attempt was made to send
somo flsh into Honolulu from Puuloa
this morning but the guard at Pukakl
.'c,,J?,.?"0.r '.1 " paJ? h-
ivo. utlllbUllJ IIIV IUUII HUD I1119UU
dcrstood his orders for tho Doard of
Health hns not prohibited tho bring
ing ot fish from tho outside districts.
Fish has been brought over the Pali
very often during tho quarantine and
people aro glad to get this rather than
whero all tho filth frcm Chinatown and
other parts of the city is being dumped
Little Matthew Demi.
Matthew, the nntivo Doy wno was so
despcrntcly 111 whllo at tho kcroscno , i Son, Ltd., tosbulld upon tho old or
wnrehouso detention camp, died at a any lines.
houso in Manoa valley this morning. Walter K. Wall ot tho Government
Tho father camo down town nnd went 8urvcy gavo 'a full explanation of tho
to r. Dowman for a certificate but this case, scaling tho plans as ho pro
was refused as tho physician had not cccdcd. Tho Halls wero entitled by
seen tho boy for thrco weeks and, be- their deed to three feet on the lino of
sides that, he had been under the caro King street at tho cast end of their lot
of a kahuna since being freed from tho and to two and a half feet nt tho west
camp. lor Fort street end. 'Ihcy did not ap-
After learning tho facts Dr. Wood pear to havo boon awaro to their tlllo
ordered the dead wagon to go Into Ma-, to this strip on Klni; street. Adjoining
not after tho body. It arrived at tho proprietors had buildings back from
morgue this afternoon nnd a post mor- the street line, making nu inward bend
torn examination Is to be held later in their built frontage. At King and
Circulating Library Suspended.
11. A. Pnrmclee, on behalf of tho
trustees of tho Honolulu library, con
sulted many citizens today on tho ques
tion of allowing the circulating branch
tnincd have led to tho suspension of
the circulating branch until further no
tice. Death Record.
Lulla, female Hawaiian, aged 42
years, alcoholism, Lcleo, Mar. 1.
Antonio Santos, malo l'ortugucso,
aged C5, angina pectoris, Deretanla
street, Mar. 1.
J. Ota, malo Japanese aged 34 years,
consumption, Knlihl, Mar. 2.
Comstock to Kauai.
Mr. Comstock, representing L. E.
Pinkham, went to Kauai on the Ntthau
yesterday afternoon, after having been
Permission was granted by tho
Doard ot Health at yesterday's meet-
Ing with tho proviso that Mr. Com-
stock communleiito with W. A. Kin-
ney from a boat. If this Is disregard-
cd, tho Nlihau will havo to go Into
Mr. Comstock goes to Kauai to com
munlcato with W. A. Kinney on busi
ness matters iu connection with Me
Empty Oil Conn Wanted.
Mr. Wilson, in charge of Hollef Camp
No. 2, is seeking donations ot empty
oil cans. About 160 Is tho number
needed. The peoplo uso theso for
stoves nnd if thoso having empty cans
will send them to Mr. Wilson or tell
him whero they can bo obtained, lt
will bo considered n marked favor.
From Below Queen Street.
Somo sixty or seventy peoplo from
the block near tho water front quar -
tlned yesterday, will bo sent out to
mo iuiuu ri'cviviiiK muiiuu una m
tcrnoon. ' Thcro nro 114 people In all
to bo taken from tho block.
ALL FINANCIAL BUSINESS.
Tho Executive Council, with Auditor
General Austin attending, discussed
, tho constrUctlon of that section of tho
c,lrrcnt rovenuo nnnronilntlon bill Riv
ing tho Minister ot Flnnnco nuthorlty
to continue to mako payments under
that lnw until March 31, 1900, and
thereafter at tho samo rnto until new
appropriations aro made.
An excess ot $1289 in support of pub
lic schools for January was author
ized to bo paid. ,
Now York, Fob. 21. On application
of District Attorney Gardner today
warrants were issued for the arreBt of
Theodore Moss, Marcus Mayer and
oiga Nethcrsolo, tho actress, for tho
production of ' Saphho nt Wallack s.
I'lio chargo Is the violation ot the sta
tute against "offenses against public
Marcus Mayer, manager of Olga Nu
thersole. and Hamilton Rovlllo were
subsequently arrested at Wallack'a tho
Duy your carriage material from the
Pacific Vehicle and Suppiy Co.
f.EASON OF 1900.
Iwakaml much braid straw hats for
hr 'wn ot 1900.
THE HALL BUILDING SITE
Government Says Ccrp ration Is Building
on lis Own Land.
Improved King Street Lines Nwr L'gilljC) n
firmed Questioner Whether Condemna
tion Is Worth the Cost.
Minister Young, on being spoken to
about tho Hall building sito this morn
ing, said ho was about to have 'ho mat
ter investigated for himself. It ap
peared to him, as tho case had been
ofnlnrl Irt tlin lltilfnilri te ltn n miraHAn
jof whctllcr lt would D0 worlh tno ,.08t
to condemn the strip encroaching on
King street lino. Property at thai spot
would be hard t oappralsc, It might bo
worth nil tho way from $50 to $100 a
Tho Minister of tho Interior asked
tho reporter to accompany Jas. II.
Iloyd, clerk in chnrgc of land matters,
tho Survey office, whero Mr. Herd
was Instructed to niako an Investiga
tion. Mr. Hasslngcr as well as Mr.
Iloyd had Informed tho Minister that
thcro was no record In tho lntcilor
office of any permission to 12. O. Hall
Fort streets tho Halls were right on
their title line, and their old build
ing yielded 120 squaro feet to the pub
lic on King street, and 230 squaro feet
on Fort Btrcet which they had given
up when the otd building was erected.
now dVr'r. beca X a
They cannot claim on King street
certain time of public occupation a
private owner cannot hold against tho
.Government. On tho other hand, prl
Ivato occupation of public land, for
I no matter how long n time, gives no
, title to the occupier.
Mr. Wall stated that thoro had been
no recommendation to tho Government
at any time for tba widening of Kins
street at tho point in question. Uefrvo
tho street could bo widened to 60 feet"
from Halls' to Mclntyre's corner a
road Jury would havo to be Impaneled.
Had Mr. Hall known that lt would
i.nvc straightened tho King street line,
Mr. Wall felt assured he would have
given up the strip.
Intending builders come to tho Sur
vey offico to get their street lines.
whcn tno IIn"8 nPnll,ea for their lines
tho Survey offlco had no authority to
' talc, an,y .land from th,clr '?, T,ncy, ,lJaa
ordered terra cotta for their building
which fitted nicely, nnd It would havo
been costly to chnngo tho plans.
Mr. Emmcluth was given the King
street lino as straightened on tho plan
and followed It. When new buildings
enmo to bo erected on the intervening
lots ot Dlshop & Austin, Lowers &
Cooko nnd Pacific Hose so-called. It
would improvo appearances to have,
them advanced to the Btrcet lino. An
before stated, those frontages do not
havo all the plan allows.
Mr. Wall's explanation In a nut
shell Is that tho King street plan in
the official survey, for making that
street symmetrical, has, at the ;oint
in question, no authority for Its en
forcement as against private owners
I nf rmiertv. Pllhrr In leclslntion or In
nny 0Ra) prnccdlngs thnt mlnht hnvo
UCcn taken. In tho law passed a fow
ycara aR0( providing for the widening
of certain streets, thcro is nothing
nbnut this particular part ot King
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