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TAIN OF THE ISLAND
Vol. VIII. No. U72
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, MAKOII 0, 1900.
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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 :
lot, Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 070.
The winner of the ist prize Is t liberty
to choose between models oo, 02 and 94 91
the iqoo Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 00 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 ladlrs'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
2nd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle an J top cover,
that With vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drasver machines, or the
"Automa'lc," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Bcr
gerscn. sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd Prize, Prcmo Senior Ciimcrn,
4x5, with Outllt $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 LeMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, 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 BerjJstrom
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 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 Top 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: $8.00 per year,
tzjoo for three months; strictly in advance.
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday, Atorch 31,
will be given an elegant pair of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wichman. 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 nrner 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
1 MONTH 40 VOTES
1 MONTHS 150 VOTES
6 MONTHS 350 VOTES
1 YEAR 750 VOTES
The standlnc of the contest Frldav.
March 2, was as follows. This list will
be chang :d every Saturday.
CAPT. CAMERON 2504
CAPT. SIMERSON 2158
CAPT. CLARKE 1831
CAPT. PEDERSEN 1277
CAPT. BRUHN 111C
CAPT. FREEMAN 283
CAPT. TULLETf.. 259
CAPT. J. DOWER 17
CAPT. N1CHOLSEN 0
CAPT. WEISBARTH Q
CAPT. SAMSON 8
CAPT. THOMPSON 7
CAPT. J. ULUNAHbLt I
Strict Maul Quarantine,
Walluku, Feb. 28. Walluku town Is
still free from plaguo, also Lahalna,
liana and other outsldo districts. Kl
bel district has joined Lanalna and
liana In enforcing a strict quarantine
and yesterday a Kula Chinaman who
camo down In tho morning to get sup
plica of rlco, etc., for Kula, was stopped
by the guards whllo going homo from
Walluku with supplies. The China
man returned and put up for tho night
with friends at Wolkapu.
DONT PASS our OPERA OLABSES
for tho World. They're made by Le
Malre, "Nff said." H. F. WICHMAN.
GBONJE HAS SURRENDERED
Boers Gather About Bloomfon
tein to Check Advance.
Bailor Still Held Id (beck Before
Ladysmlth Great Britain Cele
brates Majaba Hill Anni
versary. (Associated Press Special.)
London, Feb. 27. Tho War
OIUco has received tho following
despatch from Lord Roberts:
"Paardebcrg, Fob. 27, 7:45 a. m.
General Cronjo and nil ot his force
capitulated unconditionally at
daylight and Is now n prisoner in
my camp. Tho strength of his
forco will bo communicated later.
I hopo that Her Majesty's Govern
ment will consider this event sat
isfactory, occurring as it does on
tho anniversary of Majuba."
Roberts' Latest Report.
(Associated Press Special.)
London, Feb. 2. 5:02 p. m. Tho
War Ofllco has received tho following
despatch from Lord Roberts:
"Paardebcrg, February 2. 11 o'clock
Tuesday morning. From information
furnished daily to mo by tho lntclll
genco department It becamo apparent
that General Cronies rorco was DC'
coming moro depressed and that tho
discontent of the troops and the dls
cord among tho leaders wero rapidly
Increasing. This feeling was doubtless
accentuated by tho disappointment
cuused when the Boer reinforcements
which tried to relieve General Cronjo
wero defeated by our troops on Feb'
"I resolved, therefore, to bring pres
sure to bear upon tho enemy. Each
night tho trenches wero pushed for
ward townrd tho enemy's laager so as
to gradually contract his position and
at tho sarno tlmo 1 bombarded it heav
ily with artillery, which was yester
day materially aided by tho arrival of
four C-lnch howitzers which I had or
dered up from Do Aar.
"In carrying out these measures, a
captlvo balloon gave great assistance
by keeping us Informed of tho dispo
sition and movements ot tho enemy.
At 3 a. m. today a most dashing ad
vance was mado by tho Canadian regi
ment and somo engineers, who were
supported by tho Gordon Highlanders
and Second Shorpshlres, resulting In
our gaining a point somo COO yards
nearer tho enemy and within about
eighty yards of his trenches, where our
men entrenched themselves and main
tained their positions until morning, n
gallant deed worthy of our Colonial
comrades, and which I am glad to say,
was attended by comparatively slight
"This apparently clinched matters,
for at daylight today n letter signed
by Cronjo, in which ho stated that ho
surrendered unconditionally, was
brought to our outposts under a (lag
"In my reply I told General Cronjo
he must present himself at my camp
nnd thnt his forces must como out of
their laager after laying down their
arras. Dy 7 a. m. I received General
Cronjo nnd despatched a telegram to
you announcing the fact. In the courso
ot conversation ho asked for kind
treatment nt our hands and also that
his wife, grandson, private secretary,
adjutant and servants might accom
pany him wherever ho might bo sent
I reassured him and told hi in his re
quest would bo compiled with. I In
formed him that a general ofllcer would
bo sent with him to Capo Town to ln
suro his being treated with proper re
spect en route. Ho will start this af
ternoon under charge of Major General
Prcttymnn who will hand him over to
the General commanding ut Cape
"Tho prisoners, who number about
3,000, will bo formed Into commandos
under our own ofllccrs. They will also,
lenvo hero today reaching tho Moddcr
river tomorrow, when thoy will bo
railed to Capo Town In dotachments."
Tho abovo dispatch was read in both
tho Houso ot Lords and tho Houso of
Commons today. Tho refcrenco to tho
Canadians evoked immenso and pro
Mr. A. J. Dalfour, tho Government
leader In tho Houso of .Commons, said
ho had no Information relative to tho
London, Feb. 27, 0:25 p. m. It Is
now announced that Lord Roberts has
notified the War Ofllco that tho num
ber of Boer prisoners approximates
4,000, of which about 1,160 aro citizens
ot the Orange Frco State The remain
der aro citizens of tho Transvaal.
Twenty-nlno Transvaal officers wero
captured and eighteen Frco Stato offi
cers were mado prisoners. Tho guns
captured from tho Transvaal forces
wero three 75-ccnUmctro Krupps, ono
9-pounder and one Maxim gun. From
the Frco Staters, tho British captuicd
one 75-ccntlmetre Krtinn nnd ono
Admke the Brave Bocr.
(Associated Press Special.) x
London, Feb. 27. "Majuba Aveng
ed." "Cronjo Surrenders," "Great Brit
ish Victory." These are tho expressions
being shouted nil over London today,
yet thcro aro fow outward signs ot tho
naturnl joy that Lord Roberts' des
patch has really caused. Tho capitula
tion of General Cronjo had been looked
upon as almost a certainty for a week
past and now that It has come, enthu
siasm finds Itself discounted by the an
ticipation. The magnitude of tho success of
"Little Bobs" Is almost overlooked In
tho fact that It synchronized with the
anniversary of Majuba Hill and wiped
out n dishonor of nineteen years'
standing. Whllo tho afternoon papers
all comment upon this happy coinci
dence, they do not forget the splendid
bravery of the enemy.
The St. James Gazette says:
"The splendid courago of the Boers
has not been nblo to withstand any
longer tho bombardment which few
modern soldiers havo supported for so
many hours as they havo days. The
lnlluenco of the surrender not only up
on tho situation at Ladysmlth but on
the whole conduct of tho war will bo
"If the news of tho relief of Lady
smith only reaches England and It Is
qulto possible this may bo tho caso,
tho cup ot national happiness would
The Globe, under the heading, "Ma
juba Avenged," says: "Wo Bhall not
jump at tho conclusion that tho war Is
over, but that a victory has been gain
ed which brings tho end well In sight
General Cronjc no doubt succeeded In
delaying Lord Roberts' cntranco Into
Blocmfontein, but the delay Is all he
lias been able to accomplish.
The Westminster Gazette, which Is
Inclined to bo pro-Boer, says: "Ad
miration for tho desperate valor ot
General Cronjo is mingled with ringer
ut tho necessity Imposed upon us. or
purchasing victory at this cost Let us
remember Paardebcrg If wo like, but
forget Majuba and havo done with the
wholo train ot misleading associations
and mischievous ideas which gathered
around that unhappy memory."
Further details of tho dramatic sup
render of General Cronjo at Paardebcrg
are eagerly awaited. Speculation Is
rife as to how soon Lord Roberts will
be ablo to press on to Bloemfontcln,
but beforo he enters tho capital ot tho
Frco Stato ho will undoubtedly have
to overcome a powerful force, and tako
Tho news of General Cronjo's sur
render was received with unbounded
satisfaction at Windsor. Tho Queen
Immediately telegraphed her congratu
lations to Lord Roberts and the
There was n much more outward dis
play ot rejoicing In tho provinces than
In London. Tho Glasgow and Liver
pool stock exchanges wero greatly ex
cited. Tho members sang "God Savo
tho Queen," repeatedly and cheered for
"Llttlo Bobs." Flags wero liberally
displayed on tho municipal and houso
buildings In all the largo towns.
Windsor was very jubilant nt the
news, which tho Queen disseminated
immediately after it reached her and
tho inhabitants seized tho occasion of
Her Majesty's driving through tho
town on her way to tako a train for a
visit to tho wounded South Afrlcnn sol
diers at the Nctley hospital, to glvo
vent to their delight.
Tho Queen, who was looking re
markably well, showed evident signs
of deep satisfaction, smiling continu
ally bowing in response to tho con
gratulatory cheers greeting her on all
sides. Her Majesty took quantities of
flowers to distribute to tho wounded.
All tho garrison towns and naval
ports received tho news with tho llvll
cst satisfaction, soldiers nnd sailors
vlelng with each other In displays of
A letter has been received from n
man In the llrst Dragoons now In
South Africa confirming tho report that
n supply transpoit 1 cached Ladysmlth
during tho engagement nt Splon Kop.
Ho says tho Dragoons were tho escort
of tho transport, which was seven
miles long and adds: "That Is why
Duller engaged tho enemy nt Splon
Kop. Old Duller knows what he Is
doing nnd nil aro willing to follow him
In splto ot his reverses."
Callunt Dublin Fustleers.
London, Feb. 27. Tho Times has the
following from Pletcrmnritzburg, dat
ed Friday, February 23d:
Tho Dublin Fusllccrs have again dis
tinguished themselves by volunteering
to tako Grobler's Kloof, which they
did. This gallant battalion, which be
gan the campaign 850 strong, can to
day bo said to muster on parade only
between 100 and 200 ot Its original
March C IC. Isago, Japanese male,
25, diarrhoea, Kobayshl hospital.
MARRIAGE PER ROOSTER
The Supreme Court Purges Chinese
Wcman of Polygamy.
Perjury Cate Arising From a Hougbtalllog
Liquor Prosecution Minister or Interior
Hakes flelurn lo Writ of Mandamus.
A unanimous decision of tho Su
premo Court reverses a judgment In
the District Court finding LI Shcc, a
Chlncso woman, guilty of polygamy.
Jusiico Frcar, who writes tho opinion,
Justlco Whiting and Judge Perry sign
tho document. Chap. Sam sent to Chi
na for the woman, but when sho de
clined to live with him nnd married an
other man. The prosecution labored to
show that she was married to Chan
Sam by proxy, while she was In China
and he In Hawaii. Assuming that mar
rlago by proxy In China Is legal and
would be held valid hero, which In fact
tho Court deems it unnecessary to dc
cide, the Judgment ot tho District
Court Is reversed nnd tho defendant
discharged, on the ground thnt thero
was no proof that tho proxy was given
or that tho alleged husband consented.
"Whllo tho evidenco Is not very satis
factory," tho Comt says In its rea
soning, "It Is perhaps sulllclent to war
rant a Uncling that marriage by proxy
may bo contracted In China (the proxy
being, at least sometimes, a rooster,)
and that the defendant went through
somo ceremony thcro nnd thought sho
thereupon became Chan Sam's wife."
Deputy Attorney General E. P. Dole
for prosecution; T. McCants Stewart
and F. J. Berry for defendant.
Alexander Young, Minister ot tho
Interior has mado return to tho alter
native writ of mandamus applied for
by Albert 13. Nichols, for compelling
him to file the articles of association
of tho Wnhlawa Sugar Co. It Is to tho
effect that ho cannot nccept tho arti
cles becnuso they do not comply with
Joo Kalaua was put on trial for per
jury before Judge Perry by tho follow
ing jury this morning: S. Aholo, A.
J. Smithies', 8. W. Kaiakunl . John
Wallace, Illram Kolomoku, S. K. Akl,
Alex. Nicholas, John Leal. L. H. Miran
da, J. V. Josepa, J. W. Mahelona and
C. P. K. Kamon. The case 'arises out
of tho trial ot Georgo Houglitalllng In
tho District Court for unlicensed liquor
selling. Deputy Attorney General E.
P. Dole nnd Cathcart for prosecution;
ollting nnd Kaulia for defendant.
Stocks on the Contit.
San Francisco, Feb. 27. Yesterday's
Hawaiian stock quotations are us fol
Haw Com 82
Tho pilnclpal sales were: 200 Maka
well, 15.25; 20 do, 45.37';; GO Haw
Com., 81.00; 165 Honokaa, 28.75; 100 do,
ZS.SVy, 2G Hutch.. 25.50; 1C5 Onomea,
25.50; 200 do, 25.75; 280 Paauhau.
Another addition to tho udvertised
program for tonight will bo tho Or
phcum mato quartet consisting of
Jackson Heardc, Eugene Rogers, W. D.
Adams and Guy Livingston. The voices
blend cxcollently and tho new attrac
tion should prove a feature. Saman-
thy's Birthday should go with a yell
It Is a genuine blackfaco act, even the
ladles ot tho company hiding their at
tractions under a veil of burnt cork
Tho Animated Song Sheet will bo an
other success. Tho Richards havo a
new sketch with fresh songs and topi
Agulniildo In Japan.
Now York. Fob. 22. A special from
Hongkong to tno Evening World, says: ;
"United Stntcs Consul Wlldman has
Information that three members of tho
Filipino Junta, Luzon, Ponco nnd
Agonclllo, tho latter n brother ot the
British envoy, recently left for Japan
to meet Aguinaldo. This gives cre
dence to tho story that Aguinaldo es
caped from tho Island of Luzon to For
mosa, when hunted by General Law
ton's expedition through tho northern
pai t of tho Island.
Tho engagement Ih here nnnounced
of Mr. Arthur Charles Lovekln, ac
countant of tho Bishop Esate, and Miss
Helen Stevens, youngest daughter of
Hon. Moses T. nnd Mrs. Stevens of
North Andover, Mass. Tho marriage
will likely take place In June.
Un to tho noon hour today, no bur
ial permit had been Issued at tho Board
ot Health ofllco since tho 4th Inst For
a town of 40,000 inhabitants this Is
not too bad a record.
a SEASON ok luoo.
Iwakaml rough braid straw hate, for In a vehement speech Tillman nt
tho season of 1900. tacked the bill as reported to tbn Sen-
HAWAII BEFORE SENATE
TlllmaQ MakeS TjOUble OVerl ato nnd arraigned Morgan for alleged
I lack of courtcsv. Rcferrinc to an In-
Senatoj Yest Says He will Support
the Measure Play of Politics
With Bearing on Poito Rlco
Washington, Feb. 23. Daniel of
Virginia addressed the Senate In sup
port ot Quay's right to a scat. At tho
conclusion ot Daniel's speech tho Ha
waiian Government bill was taken up
and Morgan resumed his speech. Mor
gan, not having concluded, yielded the
floor nt 3:25 p. m. to Mr. AlUrlcb, who
presented tho report of the conference
on tho financial bill.
When the reading of the report had
been concluded nnd an order made for
Its printing, an arrangement was ef
fected whereby some member of tho
conference committee on next Wednes
day would make a statement concern
ing the changes mado by the conferees
and that tho next day tho report would
be taken up for consideration.
The Hawaiian bill was again taken
up, and Vest of Missouri addressed the
Senate Ho had been Intensely op
posed, he said, to the annexation ot
Hawaii, but that was now a dead Is
sue. "I Bhall vote for tho bill," said
he. "It Is above and beyond constitu
tional objection and does not rnlso any
Issues thnt aro raised In relation to
Porto Rlco and the Philippines."
Ho thought tho thanks ot the people
were duo to tho Senators who had pre
pared the measure. Thero were no
provisions In it changing the tariff and
none that Implied thnt Hawaii was not
a part ot tho United States. "Tho
proposition thnt tho United States can
hold territory as a colonial possession
nnd Its peoplo us vassals," ho con
tinued, "Is tho most preposterous and
dnngcroun thnt has ever been advanc
ed In tho courso of my publls life."
Referring to the Drcd Scott case,
Vest said that tho Supremo Court was
unnnlmous In declaring In thnt deci
sion that tho Constitution covered tho
territories. "When was It over heard,"
he Inquired, "that It was necessary for
Congress to pass an net to extend the
Constitution over acquired territory?
This new doctrine Is utterly abhorrent.
Jt violates every principle of a repub
lican government. It goes even fur
ther than England has gono with her
colonies. Is Porto Rlco a part of the
United States? If so, whero did Con
gress get tho authority to impose du
ties upon Imports from thnt country?
And why Is It proposed to placo un ex
port duty upon Its products when tho
Constitution of tho United States ex
pressly Inhibits such a tax?
Foraker of Ohio replied briefly to
Mr. Vest's "remarkable argument." It
was too lato to enter Into extended
dlscubBlon, ho said ot tho Dred Scott
decision, upon which Vest largely had
based his argument. He thought tho
Drcd Scott decision 4d been discuss
ed qulto adequately In tho last Con
gress. Ho asserted that tho nuthor of
the Declaration ot Independence en
tertained no such views as those ad
vanced by Vest. Thomas Jefferson
drew a distinction between territory
belonging to tho United States and ter
ritory which was a part of the United
"Thero Is," said ho , "tho United
Stntcs proper, for which tho Constitu
tion Is the organic law, and thero Is tho
territory outsldo of tho United Stntcs,
which Is not a part of It."
Tho Senate, nt 5:20 p. m., adjourned
Washington, Feb. 24. Throughout
tho session today tho Senate hnd under
consideration tho Hawaiian govern
ment hill. Tho discussion took a wldo
range, but the Imsls or it was nn
amendment offered by Piatt of Con
necticut as to the appointment und
tenure of ofllccrs of tho courts of the
Hawaiian government. TUlmnn of
South Carolina embraced tho oppor
tunity to mnko a characteristic speech,
In tho course of which ho mado an at
tack upon Morgan ot Alabama and
vlgorusly opposed many provisions of
tho bill, particularly thoso which re
lated to suffrage.
After tho passage of n number of
minor bills consideration of tho Hawa
iian Government bill was resumed,
tho pending question being tho amend
ment of Piatt of Connecticut, provid
ing that the President should appoint
tho Chief Justlco nnd Justices ot tho
Supremo Court and Judges of tho Cir
cuit Court and that tho Governor of
the Territory should appol tntho other
ofilcers, tho amendment limiting tho
tenure ot ofllco of appointees to four
Piatt ot Connecticut In an extended
speech supported his amendment, hold
ing that tho provisions ot the bill wero
Inconsistent with thoso Incorporated In
previous territorial cnaDiing acis.
cldent which occurred the other day in
which Morgan of Alabama declined to
yield to Tillman to reply to a state
ment mado by Wolcott of Colorado
concerning the "suppressed vote" of
South Carolina, Tillman said: "I havo
felt Indignant at tho treatment I re
ceived from the Senator (Morgan.)
Never In my cxpcrlenco In tho Senate
havo I been treated so discourteously
by any member ot the Senate."
Morgan endeavored to Interrupt Till
man, but the latter waved him aside,
saying: "I decline to yield to tho Sen
ator. Ho has put himself outside Uic
palo of courtesy and consideration so
far as I am concerned."
In tho courso of n criticism of the
measure Mr. Tillman said: "I don't
object to 11 protection of tho whites ot
Hawaii, but what I do object to Is the
hypocrisy of those In this chamber who
maintain thnt tho people of Hawaii
are to bo treated differently from those
people who rcsldo in Louisiana, Mis
sissippi, South Carolina and other
Southern States. Tho whites of the
South arc patriotic Americans. I want
you to protect tho whites of Hawaii,
but don't try to do It by hypocrisy."
Tillman then rend a letter from n
person unnamed, who declared that
"a man who dares to opposo the sugar
barons In Hawaii Is In Jeopardy of his
Clark of Wyoming asked for the
nnmo of tho writer ot tho Iotter, say
ing such a charge ought not to be
made lightly In the Senate. Tillman
declined to glvo tho writer's name.
After expressing somo sympathy
with the argument of Tillman, Clark
of Wyoming said: "When tho Senator
from South Carolina charges Sonatoru
on tho Republican side of tho chamber
with hyporrlsy, it comes with very
poor grace for him to dcclaro by Al
mighty God that the negroes ot tho
South should not vote."
Tillman Such n construction can
not In fairness bo put upon my re
marks. Clark Will you say to this Sonato
that you aro not trying In tho South
to suppress tho negro vote?
Tillman (with great vehemence)
No, I will say that In South Carolina
wo havo dono our level best to keep
the "nigger" from voting.
Tillman gave notice of an amend
ment substituting tho suffrage pro
visions of the South Carolina Constitu
tion for tho suffrage provisions of tho
Fi'uncc nnd the Canal.
Washington, Feb. 25. The Associat
ed Press la authorized to stato that
no communication whatever has been
mado by tho French authorities to the
Stato Department rclatlvo to tho Hay-
Pnuncefoto treaty and tho Panama
canal. This statement wns mado In re
ply to n question put In offlclal quar
ters regnrdlng tho publication that the
French Embassador has had a con
versation with tho Secretary of State
rclatlvo to the treaty.
Commission Sails tor Panama.
San Juan Del Bur, Nlcnragun, Feb.
25. Tho United States Canal Commis
sion, after having conferred for several
clays with President Zolayn, left to
day for Panama, via Cortnto. All the
members aro well.
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