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Vol. VIII. No. 1513
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, APKIL 23, 1900.
Peiob 5 Gents.
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Status of High Lift
Pomp at Beretania Street
"There Is the pump," said Andrew
lirown this morning, pointing to the
plans on his tabic, "that I expect to
put up and have working nt the Bcro
tanla street station within two months,
to relievo tho water famine on iho
higher levels and In Nuttatiu valley;
but I am now nfrald wo will havo to
wait until Washington la heard from,
It not longer, as you will ceo by tho
"Tho money has been pawed by tho
Council of State, as I understand It In
accordance with tho proposition of tho
Worthlngton company, who havs a
pump here, which they will tn for
J18.000. Yes, this was tho pump dis
cussed In tho Council of Stato.ind 1
can havo It up and In working order
within two months. It lirn u capacity
ot 5,000,000 gallons u day; It Is guar
anteed to pump" that much waier every
twenty-four hours and to lalso It 230
feet, or at least 275 feet nbovn et.x
level, which will directly smply nil tho
higher levels. It will cost SS.OOO to In
stall this pump; $3,600 for new well, at
tho corner ot Dcrctanla and Ai.ip.il
strcctB, to supply It; sultablo buildings,
$8,000, and. running cXioni.!i tor tr.e
bnlanco of tho period, fiO.900. This
pump, I believe, should bo rut In lit
once. It Is Just ns good as can bo got
and It can bo at work In one-iUth the
tlmo of any other pump Unit tun bo
"Minister Young, howyvtr, has lately
sent mo a proposal from the l'rasei &
Chalmers Co. of Chicago, offering to
Install n horizontal, cross-compound
Corliss pump of 2,500,000 gallons every
twonty-four hours, raised to a height of
250 feet, for $16,900, f. o. b. in Chicago.
Hut hero Is tho point It will tako ten
months, or more, very pro'iably more,
to get this pump here nnd installed; so
that the valley people and those on the
heights can readily seo ihe proposed
delay will not bo In their Interests.
"As I said before, I think the pump
now hero ought to be Installed as soon
as possible, ns wo arc llablo to have tho
valley reservoirs empty again in u few
days, It tho present weather continues.
My report from Nuuanu valley this
morning Ib as follows: reservoir No.
1, 7 feet G Inches; No. 2, 1 foot 6
Inches; No. 3, the highest up the val
ley, 4 feet; water on tho weir 3V&
Inches. This means only 1,08.1,33(1 gal
lons overy 24 hours, Just about one
half ot what' Is required to run' the
utrect lights for tho evening.
"As It Is now wo run tho water Into
resorvolrs 2 and 3,thcn run the lights
at night with what wo have ami dis
charge Into reservoir No. 1; from there
It supplies tho rato paye.-s on l'uiioh
bowl and tho higher lovcR 1 mn
ready to go to work installing tho now
pump now hero tomorrow, providing
they make tho decision In tho Govern
ment building to do so, and pmvldo tho
funds to mnko a start.
Minister Young was seen later nnd
said: "I don't know when the money
tor starting work on ilio new pump
will bo available; tho wnolo thins rests
on President McKinley's approval of
tho appropi latlon bilia ns pnjaeu noie.
In the meantime, however, m outer to
comply with the law .-clatlmc lo Gov
ernment contracts, tenders will bo call
ed for among the representatives A
pump manufacturers In Honolulu; that
Is to say, the Frnscr & Chalmers Co.,
tho Worthlngton Co., Uio HIsdiiu lion
Works, the Honolulu Irm Works, nnd
perhaps othcrB. It will bo nt least
tlvo or six weeks beforo Washington
can bo heard from, and tho tlmo spccl
tled for opening tho bids will be .'.need
about that time. This will allow oper
ations to begin. It should not tako
over two months to cr3:t tho pump und
buildings, tho boilers being already
hore. If It were certain that 1'iealdnnt
McKlnlcy would approve the appro
priation bills as passe 1, then) might
not bo much difficulty In gening local
residents to advanca the money to bo
gin work earlier; but this uncertainty,
small as It Is, will preclude t!i'n nmdo
Alnpnl Street Widening.
In tho matter jf widening Alapnl
utrect Mr. J. D. Athorton and the llnpiil
Transit Co. havo Indicated to tho Min
ister of Interior their willingness to
glvo a strip of Innd, ten lent wide, on
tho Watklkl sldo of tho strif, piovld
ed tho property owners on 'lie Ewa
ldn will glvo o similar stup.
A Sister to Telephone.
The Fort Gcorgo that arrived n fow
days ago brought for Chris Willis a
full sister to Telcphono to bo used. In a
team with tho latter. Telcphono has
a record ot 24, whllo her sister paced
quarters in 36 seconds when sho was
only seventeen months old.
MIRANDA In this city, April 23, 1900,
to tho wife of Lewis II. Miranda, t
MIRANDA In this city, April 23, 1900,
tho Infant child ot Mr. nnd Mrs.
Lewis H. Miranda.
- THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. F.
DEA1H OF JAS, CAMPBELL
Passing of, the Aged Capitalist and
Comes to Hawaii As Ship's Carpenter Builds a
Lai ge Ft iluoe - Figures iu SiDsatloial
Ad?enture at Atlvancd Age.
James Campbell, the aged capitalist,
died at his Emma street rcsluenco on
Saturday ovcnlng. Ho wns a native of
Londonderry, Ireland, nnd 74 years of
.nr. Campbell had an eventful career.
Ha arrived at Lahalna as carpenter on
a whaleshlp In 1S52, and settled down
tncrc. Six or seven years later ho sus
tained the loss of his first wife, n Euro
pean whom ho bad married nt Lahalna.
From his Into wife he Inherited some
land, which, with his own accumula
tions, enabled him to start n sugar
plantation, iuiilo power ran tho mill.
King Knmchamcha V. followed his ex
amplc, his plantation eventually being
absorbed by Mr. Campbell's. In part
nership with Harry Turton, who ulcd
n few years ago after having been many
years sheriff of Maul, Mr. Campbell
started tho Pioneer plantation whose
Btock has now long been gllt-cdgcd.
Mr. Campbell In 1879 married a sec
ond time, his choice being Miss Abigail
Malplncplno Bright, n part Hawaiian,
who survives him holding the universal
esteem of tho community as a leader In
works of benevolence. Four daughters
out of eight children of this union nro
living, tho two eldest of whom nro be
ing educated in California. Tho two
younger ones returned with their
parents from the Mainland only n few
Tho dead capitalist leaves n :Ich es
tate. Resides tho Honoullull lands un
der lease to tho Ewa plantation com
pany nnd other extensive agricultural
nnd pastoral lands, ho owned n great
deal of Improved real cstato In Hono
lulu, nlso the St. James hotel nt tun
Jose, Cal., and n large Interest in tho
First American Dank of Hawaii. For
several years past ho. had spent much
of his tlmo in travel, while his busi
ness affairs were In tho efficient hands
of Hon. Cecil Drown.
A sensational eplsodo In Mr. Camp
bell's career Is still fresh In memory.
This wns his being kidnapped by two
contldcnce men In San Francisco, who,
having stunned him with a blow
in n room to which they had lured
him, boro him away to a Iioufc. They
stolo over $300 from his pockets and
detained him, handcuffed nnd chained
to n bed, without food or drink for two
days while they tried to Intimidate him
Into signing nn order for $20,000. When
the rufllans had first engaged hlra no
looked calmly into the muzzle of a pis
tol ono of them hcl 1 and refused to
hold up his hands. Having failed to le
duco his courage by jonflncment end
threats, the men at tho end at the tlmo
mentioned let Mr. Campbell go. De
spite their warnings of vengeance! If he
should follow them Tip, ho loat no time
In putting tho officers of Jur.tlco on
their track with tho C3tilt that Wln
throp, tho leading desperado, Is now
serving sentence In San Qatintlu for
tho outrage. '
i Tho funeral of tho lafcj James Camp
bell will tako place from the houso In
Emma street at 3 o'clock this after
noon. Bishop Willis will conduct the ser
vices, beginning nt 2:45. Interment
will be In Nuuanu cemetery. Tho pall
bearers are J, O. Carter, Godfrey
Ilrown, E. S. Cunha, J. M. Dowsott, Dr.
F. L. Miner nnd II. M. von Holt.
Harry Roberts Dead.
The announcement of tho death of
Henry D. Roberts this morning was n
sad surprlso to many people. Ho died
at his homo In Iwllcl nt 2 a. m pneu
monia being tho cause. Mr. Roberts
Iliad been for many years up to his
death tne master mechanic of the Oahu
railway, prior to which lie had been it
steamship engineer. His residence in
Honolulu dates back twenty years.
I Inrry .(Roberts, iib ho was familiarly
, called, was very well liked by employ
ers and acquaintances. Ho wns a mem
ber of tho K. of P. Lately ho visited
i his native city, San Francisco, for his
neaitn. tils ngo was -a years.
The funeral of tho lato Henry D.
Roberts will tako place from Knights
of Pythias hall, Fort street, nt 4:30 this
CORSETS 50 CENTS.
Wear a nice SUMMER CORSET nnd
you will bo always cheerful and com
fortable in all your movements. Iwa
kaml, Hotel street.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Dw and Night classes
ROOMS n-ii, trl floor f o A, M. 4 P. M.
IIOURi ( Via :jo P. M
Coon.il of State Hakes
A Final Statement
Following Is tho resolution Intro
duced at tho Council of State this af
ternoon dealing with tho Court of
Honolulu, April 20, 1900.
Whereas tho records of tho Council
of State show that on January 22d, 1900
President Dole announced to tho Coun
cil of State: that ho would ask Presi
dent McKlnley to approve of the ap
pointment of a Court ot Claims in con
nection with the fire of January 20th,
1900, and that such Court should con
sist mostly ot business men, and
Whereas, on April 2d, 1900, such a
Court of Claims was appointed by tho
Executive of tho Government, which
Court had five members, nil of whom
were lawyers, nnd who were to conduct
the proceedings of tho Court under tho
following rules, thereby making such
a Court a Court to consider primarily
the legality of claims rather than their
Justice and merit:
Hero Mr. Dole's exccutlvo order Is
given In full.
Whereas the net Introduced nnd rcr
commended by tho Executive, appro
priating funds for tho carrying on ot
said Court, was laid on the table by a
unanimous vote of tho Council of
State, which action met with unqualifi
ed endorsement of the citizens and
residents of tho Republic of Hawaii,
Whereas on Apill 11th the Council of
State adopted tho following resolution,
after tho whole of the correspondence,
between tho Exccutlvo of Hawaii and
President McKlnley, referring to this
matter, had been laid before it:
Here tho nolte resolution asking for
a new court is quoted.
Whereas tho Exccutlvo Council re
ported on this resolution on April Sth,
Tho Executive's reply to Mr. Rolte's
resolution is quoted in full.
Whereas It appears from tho above,
as well as from the correspondence
with President McKlnley nnd from the
long time elapsed between the receipt
of the authorization from President
McKlnlcy nnd tho appointment of tho
Court, that tho Executive has changed
Its mind nnd is now trying to evade the
responsibility assumed by It on 'Janu
ary 22d, 1900, thcrcforo bo It
Resolved by tho Council of State:
First. That tho Interpretation by tho
Exccutlvo Council of tho words "Just
claims," by the statement that "an
atithorltatlvo recognition of n claim as
Just must be In accordance with the
Hawaiian law," would bo a correct In
terpretation If tho words hnd been "le
gal claims," but as tho words used
by tho Council of State In the resolu
tion of April 11th nro "Just claims,"
thero Is no such ambiguity of meaning
as the Executive Council has tried to
force upon these words. Tho Inter
pretation ot the Council of Stntc ot
the words "Just claims" Ib: claims
which aro "true, accurate and equi
table." This Interpretation means that
every claim should bo considered on
Its merits nnd no claim thrown out on
strictly legal or technical grounds, fol
lowing out tho prlnclplo that all prop
erty destroyed by the Government for
tho public good should bo paid for by
tho Government.. This principle has
been followed out by other govern
ments as well as the Hawaiian Govern
ment In similar cases, viz.: Payments
during the laBt twclvo months by tho
Governments of Hongkong and Cairo
of nil damngo done In tho suppression
of the bubonic plague, nnd payment
three years ngo by tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment of all damage dono by tho ac
tion of tho Board of Health In the sup
pression of tho epidemic of cholera.
Second. That, as tho Executive
states, that no reasons aro set forth by
tho Council of State why tho present
.commissioners of the Court of Claims
should bo dismissed and n new Court
bo appointed, and as the Executive
glvo ns reason for the maintaining o(
tho present Court of Claims, consisting
of flvo lawyers, that tho practice and
precedence of all Hawaiian Courts
must be upheld; that it Is tho senso of
the Council of State that tho very rea
son that tho practice and precedent of
nil Hawaiian Courts must bo upheld Is
tho reason why tho Court of Claims
should consist of business men, ns It
Is the understanding of tho Council of
State that nil questions of fact are de
cided In tho Hawaiian Courts by Jur
ies composed of business men, nnd le
gal and technical questions aro left to
tho Judge, who presides.
Third. That tho Council of State
considers that all powers relatlvo to
the Court of Claims as woll as to ap
propriations for settlements of awards
mado by such Court, cmanato from
President McKlnlcy to tho Exccutlvo
Council ns well ns to tho Council of
BERQSTROM IMITTSIO OO.
State nnd that It Is thcrcforo not ne
cessary for cither the Exccutlvo Coun
cil or the Council of State to extend
tho law, oven If they had such discre
tion. It Is therefore) not necessary to
entail further hardship upon tho large
number of sufferers";? who havo lost
their all, by waiting for legislative au
thority. Fourth. That, as tho Exccutlvo Coun
cil refuses to accept tho advlco of tho
Council of Stntc and does not heed
resolutions to tho same effect passed by
tho Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
and by mass meetings of tho sufferers,
that, therefore, In order to relievo the
present unfortunate situation ns soon
as possible the Council of State re
spectfully requests that President Mc
Klnlcy ndvlho tho Exccutlvo Council
of Hawaii as to what further steps arc
to be taken in this matter and nlso that
the Secretary ef tho Council of State
forward copies of these resolutions to
President McKlnlcy nnd to tho Execu
tive Council of Hawaii.
' P. C. JONES,
1 C. DOLTE,
J. A. KENNEDY,
PAUL It. ISENRERO.
J. L. KAULUKOU,
A. V. GEAR,
S. K. KA-NE.
M. A. GONSALVES,
W. F. ALLEN,
W. C. ACHI,
M. P. RODINSON.
Honolulu. April 23d, 1900.
NEW PLUMBING BUSINESS
W hlle the government Is wrestling
over ways and means for the plumbing
work of tho city to keep pace with tho
newly constructed sowers, n movement
has been started In the business com
munity to Increase the sanitary plumb
ing forco and equipment nt tho disposal
of the people.
A now corporation capitalized at
$50,000 Is to enter tho Held to tako
over and enlarge the business conduct
ed by the late John Phillips. It Is tho
purposo to deal exclusively In plumb
ing supplies, employ ns largo a force of
men ns the great rush of work may do
mand and conduct tho business upoi
tno modern lines followed in tho lead
ing American cities. The large stock
already on hand will bo increased by
purchases of thoroughly modern and
up-to-dato supplies, that will meet tho
demands of all classes and all pocket
jin option has been secured on the
two corner stores and basement of the
new Mngoon block that will bo ready
for occupancy tho -rsi of July. The
stores will be used for tho display of
goods. The wonting rooms will bo
confined exclusively to tho basement.
The gentlemen bohlnd this enterprise
believe that tho present situation de
mands the establishment, nslt Is n ques
tion whether tho present plumbing
houses will bo nbio to do the work
mapped out for tho next few years. Tho
marked progress of tho city with tho
many new houses and business blockH
going up together with tho Increased
amount of repn.r wor.. to be dono will
Insure good dividends nnd plenty nf
justness without cutting In upon tho
trade of tho already established houses.
A largo part of the. stock has already
been subscribed and articles ot Incor
poration will bo Hied In tho near fu
ture. rvic-r. Fox' Pimltlon.
A. A. Fox, who has been doing spe
cial service as an officer of quarantine,
will probably bo r.dloved from that
duty tho end of the month. Ho has
given complete satisfaction to the Mar
shal and tho Hoard of Health, and
stands well for a permanent position
on tho pollco forco. If not made cap
tain of tho Mounted Patrol tho first ot
May, he will bo given tho place of a
deputy sheriff somewhere.
Residents of Iwllcl nro complaining
about tho stretch of road from King
street past tho O. R. & L. depot to tho
Jail. Its condition Is such that people
tiding along tho thoroughfare at any
tlmo at all mo liable to get a broken
spring mid a bad Jolt without even half
PAY YOUR HILLS.
The Merchants Collection Agency,
No. H.'l Knahumanu street, bus charge
of all amounts duo tho PEOPLE'S
EXPRESS CO. prior to Mnrch 10th,
at which time they changed bauds.
Call at their ofllco und settle at once.
Kerr & Co.'s Btoro has been crowded
nil dnv today. Great bargains wero ob
tained and all wero happy.
THE TROUBLG . AT HKtlA
Happenings at the Scene Since Satur
Tie Si m u!o0 Jipancu Keeps Up His Game
Accident at a Mttllog of ibe
Tho trouble nt Hecla plantation Fri
day artel ni'ou old no: ctMay wun tne
ueciaiution by lit. Howard tint ttio
jui-uirbu kicked by n Jtiti.i In tue Ceiu
wus by no mums unublo to work. All
nay baturday and buutiay the Japantso
wero in a surly inoo'l, although on the
loimer day nil, kVm the exception of
tno siianiiiung fellow, went to work.
On buinlay there was nioio tuno for
discussion. Tho Japanese called nn In
dignation meeting in the camp. Dur
ing this meeting, ono of tho Japanus",
seated on a railing jf one of tho nouses,
fell over backwaids with the result of
a broken mm, case of concussion ot Ihs
brain and several bad bruises. U
sctms the railway g.ivo way with h'.m.
Tho fellow remained uncunscioitu -i
couple of hours and 13 now in n prcc;
Eany this morning the manager nr.d
lunns found that the Jnpancsi had
struck In a body, many claiming to be
unable to work on tccount of Illness.
A llttlo later on, police atHceis ar
rived nt Hecla from Kancoho nnd plnc
cd under arrest tho lu in who assaultod
the Japanese Fridiy ufternoon. Tho
Japanese nnd head men of tho planta
tion went over to" the Knneoho court
house where the luna pleaded guilty lo
tho charge of assault und battery and
was lined $5 nnd costs. The shnmnilng
Japanese was present In court, bo hav
ing been carried thero by his country
men. Tho fellow claim Hi that ho was
totally unable to walk.
Tho crowd from Hceia returned to
the plantation close upon 12 o'clock
and again assumed a sullen mood.
Manager Hull placed himself In com
munication with Marshal Drown wiio
Instructed tho Jnpanoe of the plant i
tlon that If they .'cfured to go hack
to work, he would take the whole ang
The Japanese held n consultation ani
decided to go to work.
Tho Knneoho police ore still nt
The BULLETIN offers to the per
wns who, between February 1st and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
lumber of new subscribers, the fol
owing prizes :
lt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the 1st prize Is t liberty
0 choose between models 90, 02 and 04 ol
he 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 is
1 road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
sa light road wheel, welghlng-sis lbs , and
Wodel 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
f the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
'or Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
e made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
nd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
etween these three stvles of machines:
hat with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
hat with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
'op, both five-drawer machines, or the
'Automa'Ic," with three drawers. This
midline will be funiMied bv B. Bei
ijerncii. sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Prcmo 8entor Caineru,
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
dack, Double Sliding Front, and Hack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
jsed with either Plates or Films. The
jutfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, j
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcAlun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
Ith Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with O RecordH, $UO.OO.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Ber h t rom
VIuhIc Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
j. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months in advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp--Ions
will be counted in tills contest as
tew subscriptions. Eacli name must be a
3ona fide addition to the subscription lists,
3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
won as secured, together with the name
tnd address of the person to whom the
mbscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
0 give ACCURATELY the full name and
iddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person in the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
TERRIBLY bUUUtfi Uu.H
John W. Winter, known throughout
Honolulu as "Jack," died suddenly this
afternoon at 1:05 o'clock nt his resi
dence on King street. Among his
friends It is known that Mr. Winter
had been ailing for several weeks. Last
Sunday afternoon he attended a party
at Harry Vlda's, and did not complain
of sickness during tho evening. Ills
Wife states that sho was awakened at
1 o'clock this morning by his loud snor
ing and that he turned over and went
to sleep nt ouco wnen sho disturbed
him by shaking him by the shoulder.
She aroso at the usual tlmo and when
breakfast was ready tried to awaken
her husband, but found him uncon
scious. Dr. Sinclair wns Immediately sent for
and arrived at 8 o'clock. He at once
pronounced It n atroko ot apoplexy
and Dr. Cooper wns celled In consulta
tion. Mr. Winter never regained con
sciousness, however, nnd died early
In tho afternoon ns stated. Ho lcavos
a wife nnd several small chlldicn. Ho
was 44 ycais of ago nnd was born In
Galcsburg, Ills., where ho resided many
years, nnd until ho camo to Hawaii
about twelve or thirteen years ngo.
For scvcrnl years ho was with Wm. G.
Irwin & Co. and afterwards became
Identified with tho Holllster Drug Co.,
of which he wns secretary nnd book
keeper at the time of his death. Ho
leaves an estate consisting of a life In
surance policy of $3,000 and an Interest
In tho Holllster Drug Co. Tho time
of the funeral will bo announced here
after. Twcnty-1 hlnl Dny.
Tho twenty-third day is nt hand
without n Busplclous cass of slckneub
or n scare. On Sundiy morning n na
tive worann named Pallhua, from Iwl
lel, died of a chronic disease whllo on
her way to tho Ho.-ud of Health office,
preparatory to be taken to ono of the
New Male Quartet.
The Now Male Quartet, nt muct per
sonal Inconvenience, havo kindly con
sented to make their first public, ap
pearance, hero on Friday evening.
They will sing -ru cxqubnin selection
from F. Abt. -
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablet.
AH druggists refund the money it It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Captain J. C. Cluney has glvea a
leaie of the homestead ho has occupied
nt Lclco for a great many years, and
cast In his lot with the progressive
residents of Kallhl. Tho Impinging of
n section of new Chinatown on hi
time-honored borders caused thn cap
tain to move.
Tho gang of laborers nt work on in
outfall of the sewer have bem working
In the breakers for a fortnight or more.
Contractor John Wilson states that the
work will not be finished until clot
upon the time deslgnntcd In tho con
tract, which Ib July 1 of this year. He
states further that everything In get
ting along nicely.
Special bargains are being offered in
hats, caps and gent's furnishing goods
for nnn wont nnlv
We have inc in t satisfac
torv SHOES-risht in hand
now, for this spring walking
that wc have ever offered at
Th's shoe has b:en made to
the times it's a r.-liable sho
for li tie money.
Manufacturers' Shs: 0s,