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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher?
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
TUB MOST POPULAR
Vol. VIII. No. 1515.
HONOLULU, H. I., WKDNHND A V, Al'KIL -J5 U)00
Pkiob 5 Oentb.
(bpeclal Correspondence.) o
Washington, April 13. Mr. Hart- J
well, wlu has been here during the ?J
entire session of Congress, Is a
candidate for the position of United
States District Judge for the Isl-inds,
It Is prjbibe, however, tint Mr.
Hartvved will not carry the appoint,
ment bjclc with him. lie has fail
ed In 'securing much that he has
aJvocated In the formation of legis
lation for tue Islands and has not
made as Strang an Impression as
should be desired for a repress ta-
tlve of Hawaii. li RECKONS.
Free Tiip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
A trip to San Francisco and return
la offered by tho Dullotlu to tlio teach
er whom tho largest number of votes
shnll provo tho most popular In Hnwall.
Passage 1ms been sccuicd on ono ot
tho flno now boata of the Toyo Klsen.
Kalsha lino which nro Bald by nil wha
havo traveled In them to be the best
and most romtortnblo boats on thv
run between hero and San Francisco.
Tho America Mnru will bo tho steamer
on tho trip up, leaving hero July 17.
Either the America Maru on August U
or tho Ilongliong Maru on August 29
may bo Eclectcd on tho return trip ac
cording to tno length of stay It Is de
sired to mako at tho Coast.
This contest will bo carried on In
a similar manner to that for Tho Most
Popular Captain. A vote will appear
each lssuo of tho paper on tho upper
right hand corner ot tho first page. In
addition to this, votes will bo given
with all NEW subscriptions to tho
paper. It should bo utidcrsioou in tins
connection that a now subscription
docs not consist In transferring tho pa
per to somo other name In tho satno
houso nor in stonplng tho paper and ro-
subscribing. Votes will bo given to all
now subscribers as follows, tho coupon
being nttached to tho receipt for tho
1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
0 MONTHS 330 "
lYEAIt 750 "
Teachers on tho other islands should
not Ioso sight of tho fact that this con
test is open to all teachers of tho Ha
waiian Islands and that they havo ns
ood a chanco as any ono of securing
, 0, . ,., tt . ... , .
The BULLETIN offers to the per-
ions who, between February 1st and
li.l, 4,cf clinll cnnil In flir Inrapcf I
uijr " .. .. .v ....w.
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Ut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, !70.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 90, c;i and g4 of
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. fttodel 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. (Tiie choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
Bnd Prize, Snifter bcvvlnft flic
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
in ichlne will be furnished by II. Bcr
geraen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
Srd Prize, Premo Senior Cnniern,
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 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 Zonophonc, tlio Lat
est Improvement on theOrnmo
phonc, with 0 Record, $!J0.00.
Thi u the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bcrjintrom
sole agents lor tue Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
uust be observed t
1, All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will ue connim in wiiiBJi 1 up
13;&fiS!Stt8liort-liiil ami Trowrilii
14011 as secured, togetiier Willi ue name
tnd address 01 lilt person 10 wiium nie
wbsulptlm l t be credltrd, as well as of
the subscriber. Great rarekliould he taken
l0glVAWUIAli:i.T llie .iiiii name wig
iJ Jims of rach pew subscriber,
HAWAII BILL COMPLETED
nnfrAni.o rv.mmlthia Diaohtc Ilnsnl.
Will Now Be Referred Bick for Final Action
L'quor and Libor Amendments Chicgcd
at d Struck Out Local Of. ton.
Washington, April 17. After extend
ed meetings n unanimous agreement
was reported today by tho Ilousu and
Senate conferees on tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment bill. Tho Scnato conferees
yielded to tho IIouso measure, which
passed as a subslltuto for tho Scnato
bill ns a whole, although a number of
amendments wcro made. In tho main
tho form ot government ns finally de
termined upon Is that provided by tho
House. Tho chief amendments nrc
thuso providing u district court Instead
of tho Federal court organized under
general laws, anil tho striking out of
tho House provision postponing for
ono year tho tlmo for applying tho
coasting lnws to Hawaii. Tho prolU
bit ion of saloons In Hawaii us provid
ed by tho IIouso bill Is retained In a
modified form, In effect leaving the
matter to local option. Tho Houso
provisions as to tho land laws aro re
tained, Including tho amendment of
Hcprcsentatlvo Newlands of Nevada,
restricting tho nmount of laud to be
ncld by a corporation to 1,000 ncrcs.
Tho otlicr Newlands amendment, pro
viding for n committee- to Investigate
tho labor question In Hnwall, Is chang
ed so that Commissioner of Labor
Wright will conduct tho Inquiry. The
appointment of Circuit Juugcs, which
was tho subject of rather earnest dif
ferences, wns finally decided by leaving
llio appointments with tho f resident.
Tho bill establishes a complete form
of government for tho Islands, with a
Governor and other executive officers,
n Legislature of two branches and i
Judicial branch, consisting ot a Supreme
Court, Circuit Courts nud inferior
courts. Tho bill provides that Hawaii
shall bo represented in Congress by a
delegate, who shall havo a scat In the
Houso of Representatives, with tho
right to debate, but not to vote. The
delegate to Congress Is to bo chosen
nt an election of tho people. There is
no tariff provision In the bill, ns the
tariff laws of tho United States aro ex
tended over tho Islands and tho Ter
ritory ot Hawaii Is specifically mado a
"customs district of tho Uhltcd Stntcs."
with tho ports of entry nt Honolulu,
illlo, Mahukona and Kahului.
As to tho crown lauds, which havo
been a source of somo controversy, it is
That tho portion of tho public do
main heretofore known as crown lands
is hereby declared to havo been, on
AugUBt fa lg98i nnd prlor tbcrct0( th0
property of the Hawaiian Government
and to bo frco and elenr from nny trust
of or concerning tho Bame, and from
all claim of any naturo whatsoever,
upon tho rents, lssuo and profits there
of. It shall bo subject to alienation
and other uses as may be provided by
Tho Chinese on tho Islands aro given
ono year to obtain certificates ot resi
dence, but tho conferees struck out tho
nmendment Inserted by Representa
tive Do Armond of Missouri, provid
ing that "all Chlncso and other Asia
tics" arriving slnco tho Islands wore
acquired by tho United States shall do
part within ono year or elso bo
ported by tho Government. This latter
provision was omitted In viowof thobo
lief that tho Japaneso havo secured a
treaty Btatus in Hawaii unci mat ineir
forclblo deportation by tho United
States would Invito a serious and ncod
less breach with Japan.
Ixstctlcs Yacht Lost.
Ueiiln, April 17. A special to tho
Loknl Anzclgcr which gives meager
details regarding tho loss near Mlno
croy of tho yacht of Count Iludolph
Fcstctlcs with all on board savo tho
owner and two servants, says that
among tho victims was tho Countess,
wiio prior to her raarrlago was Mis.s
llnggln of Now York city.
1 . m
PAY YOUIl HILLS.
Tho Merchants Collection Agency,
No. 113 Knaliumanii strcot, hns chargo
of all amounts duo tho PEOPLE'S
EXPRESS CO. prior to March 10th,
nt which tlmo they changed hands.
Call at their ofllco and settle at once.
Gout's Hormsdorf dyo black sox su
perior quality, two pulra for 23 emits,
nt L. II. Kerr & Co.'s, (H'con street for
ono week only; don't fall to aeo them.'
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
VAIN PKN. All hUcb, all shapes. H. F,
DY AND NlOIIT CLASSKS
ROOM! .i, Jf4 Door f , M.-4 P. M,
llnUKl-l lll-v:w CM
HAWAII BILL AS
The following telegram from Senator CVk of Wyoming
was received by Hon. Cecil Brown just ru-fore the departure of
the Moana. Although a later message vva promi-ed, Mr.
Brown thinks that his Washington friends d d not reckon the
difference of time, hence his failure to reciive a later message:
Washington, D. C, April 18 Hon. Cecil Brown, Care
Occidental Hotel, San Francisco, Calif.
Conference report will agree an all juJges to be appointed
by the President Local option on liquor question. Act to take
t fleet in. forty-five days from time of signing. Labor investi
gation left in hands of U. S. Commisbner of Labor. Only
one thousand acres of land to beheld by a corporation. Chi
nese given one year to obtain certificates of residence. Custom
ports at Honolulu, Mil-', Mahukona and Kahului.
C. D. CLARK.
Geo, Buller Is. Now
Kxpecud to Resign
London, April IS. 1:55 p. m. Lord
Roberts' criticisms of Genera Ilulloc,
General Wnricn nnd Colonel Thorny
crott continue topics of ncuto Interest.
All tlio afternoon papers comment at
leugtn on the strictures of the llrltlsn
:ommnmlcr-ln-chlcf In South Africa,
taking the samo lines ns tho morning
papers, praising Lord Roberts for his
frankness nud speculating upon what
tho publication of tho dispatches ut tho
present tlmo portends.
Somo of them maintain there Is noih
Ing left for General lluller but to re
sign. The St. James Gazetto is par
ticularly scathing. Referring to Gen
oral lluller's report It says:
"Never In tho history of armies diuj
It happen that generals scribbled their
;onfcsHlons of fntluro nnd defeat, of
useless deaths of men nnd of discredit
to tho (lag In a manner which suggests
a careful selection from tho forced
Jocular manner, tho slangy language
of tho horseman, and tho gabble of the
smoking room In tho evening."
Tho Globo declares that "11 more
pltlablo record ut Indecision in pl-m
ind confusion In execution wo havo sel
dom read," and adds that what llttlo
reputation General Duller had left haa
been scattered to tho winds.
Practically no developments havo
been reported In today's South Afri
can cables. A despatch from Wnrrcn
ton. dated Tuesday, April 17, says:
"Finding tho lloors busy making new
trenches wo exploded lyddlto shells,
following up theso with tho Maxims.
Tho enemy's ambulance was afterwards
observed on tho spot.
From Wepcner there Is nothing lator
than Lord Roberts message or y ester
day and presumably neither Hide hns
gained uny particular advantage ut on
point In tho theater of war slnco the
last ofilclal despatches were received.
Gen, Warren Recalled.
London, April 18. It Is persistently
insisted In military circles that Lieu
tenant General Sir Charles Warren, tho
commander of tho Fifth division In tlio
South African field forces, has been or
dered to return home.
It Is Bald that a peremptory order for
General Warren's return was cabled to
South Africa this morning.
Bocra Infcrtt fSrltltilt.
1'ictorla, Tuesday. April 17. Tho
latest official reports from tho Free
State aro to tho effect that General Ho-
wet Is still surrounding General lira
bant (Oalgety's) forces, though thu
British forces aro strongly Intrenched
in floor fashion, Indicating that they
Commandant Fronemnn reports that
ho chased 100 troops across tho river in
tho direction of Allwul North, captur
ing several prisoners. It Is Bald that
llethullo bridge has been blown up.
Slcc ot Wepcner.
Maseru, April 17. Colonel Dalgct's
casualties slnco ho hnB been besieged nt
Wepencr havo been 20 killed nnd 100
wounded. Tho Iloer losses nro report
ed to havu been considerably heavier.
After tho night attack on April 12th
tho dead wcro left on tho Held, where
they Htlll Ho nnburlcd.
Thcro Is 11 conflict ot opinion nmong
tho leaders. Homo want to nttnek
agalu, whllo others rcfuso to do bo,
Desultory cannon filing and "sniping"
Flvo Iloer guns nro believed to bo
BEJRQBTROM MUSIO OO,
IT WILL PASS.
Capo Town, April IS. Tho Iloer
Governments aro circulating tho fol
lowing manifesto to tho Afrikander
throughout Capo Colony:
"We feel thnt our fnto nnd tho fato
ul iiiu , iiuju ui ituiiufiuum is 11
and wo nppcnl ty you to stni
light BhoulderVv''jiuulder wl
You cannorsKJ may not, nil
ot tho whole of Afrlcandom is at stake.
and wo nppcnl to you to stand and
tyrant to extinguish forever your finest
traits of chhiucter as a nation.
"With you oil our sldo tho lssuo can
not bo doubtful. You must conquor.
God grant that lovo for your country
nnd your liberty and tho noble virtues
of men truly trco may Induce you to
loin us In tho hour of our supremo
MANAGER GEO. MAN80N.
Ge'orgo Manson has accented tho no
si Hon at niiuugcr of tho Robert Grieve
rumiBiung Co. tendered him last ulaiic
by a unanimous voto of tho aircctors.
Uoth tho company nnd Mr. .Manson nro
to bo congratulated. Gnorgo Manson
is ono of tho best known practical
newspapermen of the city, having serv
ed under newspaper harness lr. both
tho business and editorial departments
with marked credit. Mr. Manson will
enter upon his new duties on May 1st
when tho corporation assumes control
of tho printing establishment 01' the
lato Robert Grieve.
Officer for Porto Illco.
Washington, April 18. Tho Presi
dent has Bent to Congress a message
calling attention to tho fact that tho
I'orto Rlcan law will create vacancies
In offices In tho government of I'orto
lllco before new appointments can lie
When tho message waB read in tho
Scnato, Mr. Forakcr offered a Joint
resolution providing thnt army offi
cers might continue to tcrvo In the
positions they now hold until civil
olficeiB could bo appointed. It was re
ferred to tho Porto Rlcan Committee.
"Washington, April 17, 1900. San
ford 11. Dole, Honolulu. Conferee
ngrccd bill to take effect forty-five
days from approval. Houso provision
for deporting Asiatics nud against
saloons eliminated. Hawaiian public
land laws left Intact as In original bill.
Land sales ratified unconditionally.
Probably cannot tako Nippon. AL
FRED S. HAltTWELL."
Editor Austin Lnld Up.
Franklin II. Austin, editor of Aus
tin's Weekly, was sent to tho Queen's
hospital yesterday after bravely but
imprudently keeping on his feet for
several days against, an attack of fever.
This morning tho report wns that .Mr.
Austin was In for a regular siege of
Grand Concert LIttcralrc.
Special rehearsals aro progressing
well, A general rehearsal Is called
for at tho Hawaiian Opera IIouso for
7: 1.1 punctually, this evening. A fetch
ing program published tomorrow. Re
served scats going rapidly. Do not do
lay. LotH of Poison Ilnuftht.
Somo of tho pollco havo been keep
ing their eyes open for dog poUiiu--a.
Inquiry at tho drug stores brought
forth this Information thnt a lot of
strychnine had been purchased by dif
ferent parties dining tho past week or
but tho uami'H of theso people coul I
not bo learned.
Dispatch Siys Mr. Sewiil Was tie
Presides First Cboxe.
Moana Bring? Ialinntlon of "A Flop"' Brcujlt
About by Approaching National Cirnpilga
- Potter or Fosttr Strongly Meatlcntd.
A prominent Honolulu business
ngent and former Rolaylst was possess
ed of telegraphic Information yesterday
to tho eltfct that Harold M. Sowall was
definitely President McKluley's choice
for Governor of Hawaii.
Today tho gentleman received a tele
gram from Washington, of tho latest
hour before tlio Moana sailed, stating
that tho governorship matter had "tak
en a Hop." As previous ndvlccsjntlnint
cdthat It was definitely settled that San
ford II. Dole was out of tlio race, tho
infcreiuco Is that "a dark boroo" la
champing In the stnll somowhere.
It may lio J. Addison Porter, or It
may bo fonncr Governor Foster of
Ohio. In tho caso of Mr. Porter It has
been surmised thnt his resignation,
has Just been announced, from the
olllco of private secretary to tho Presi
dent was tendered In n bun becauso ho
did not get tho coveted appointment of
Governor of Porto Rico. If such Is tho
case, tho fact Is cited to support tho
theory thnt ho can secure any position
In reason to avoid letting looso lft tho
Presidential campaign a man who
holds under his lint bo much of tho in
side workings ot tho Kxccutlvo man
sion ns ho docs.
Against Mr. Porter's chances, ac
cording to tho opinions of several ns
tuto reasoncrs seen by a Ilullctln re
porter, Is tho fact that Now England
would bo getting too much with the
Governorship of Hawaii. Chas. F.
Allen, Assistant Secretary of tho Navy,
who has been mado Governor ot Porto
Rico, Is a Massachusetts man, whllo
Mr. Porter Is from Connecticut.
Ab to Mr. Foster, who has been pull
ing tho wires for the Hawaiian guber
natorial chair, a similar theory Is pro
pounded ngalnst his chances. Judge
Tnft, president of tho Philippine Com
mission, being an Ohio man It Is doubt
ful If President MeKlnloy, especially
In a Presidential election year nnd
himself an Ohio man nud seeking to
succeed himself, could afford to carry
out tho proverbial "Ohio Idea" any
Ono thing Is taken ns a certainty.
President MeKlnloy will bo extremely
careful not to appoint an unfit man.
Questions pertaining to tho new pos
sessions nrc too strongly In focus to
mako a mistake hero pass as pardon
PATAI. ACCIDENT AT UWA.
Yatnara, a Japaneso laborer, camo
out of a enno field nt Ewa plantation
jeuterday afternoon nnd stepped on
tho railway track directly In front of
a locomotive. Tho engineer did not
Bco tho man until ho was under tho
wheels. When the Japaneso was plckod
up It was found thnt his left leg was
crushed and his left hand injured. Ho
was immediately sent to Honolulu by
train, wlienco ho was removed to tbo
Quccii'h hospital In tho ambulance at
3:-15. 'Iho leg was amputated between
tho thigh and loico, as woro tho forefin
ger nnd thumb of tho hand. Ho did not
rally, however, but died at 9:15 last
night. Tho nowB of his death was re
ceived with surprise at tho plantation,
where It was thought tho poor fellow s
lifo could bo saved by prompt tieat
ment. An inquest will bo held by Deputy
At the Orpheiiiu.
Thcro was 11 good houso last night
who cordially welcomed Hogau's re
appearance. Hognn, whllo not feeling
qulto up to tho mark, successfully con
cealed the fact from tho audience, tin!.
Ing another hit In his new topical song
"What tho Little Fishes Said to Mo."
Today's steamer brings two arrivals,
both valuable additions to tho strength
of tho program. Everybody has heard
of Ilithy Ruth vlui.o plqunnto versatll
ty In song, dauco and story has cant I
vated San Francisco. Dodsnn, whoso
photographs havo adorned the Or
pheum lobby for somo weeks past, is In
tho fiont ranks of female Impersona
tors. With "Unity Ruth" camo her
mother and mitld. Tonight Is the Inst
night of tho present program, a c -m-pleto
change going on tomorrow
CORSETS 60 CENTrf.
Wear n nlco SUMMER riUHET and
you will ho nlways clmer'ui and com
foitiiblo In all your nioveinnii's. Ivvn
Itainl, Hotel street,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tnko Laxative Ilromu O.11I11I110 Tablet.
All ilt'UKgUU lufuiit) Iho money If It
fulls t euro, 11. W. Grove's nlgiintiirii
Is on each box. 25 cmil's, '
For lino full ilichs blilils at (1.00 tarli
I.. II, Kerr K- Co., (Jiuen till eel . Tluno
Hhliis iint utiliily hlyh Rrmlit ah id fit
4TA "jta "jarjrjrArArjrArjiTx
! LlUuoknlnnl Will Return. C
(f pe.lal Cnrrepondnce.)
Wnsling on, April 13. Th?e
Quen of H.iwaii, L huo'alanl, his
bsen se lously III f a several wteks
suffering from the prevaltnt v a-h-
Irg'o 1 complaint, tiu grip. She Is
However, re:overing rapuiy .11 u
will, It Is expiC'eJ, so.m be in p s-
session cf her usual health. L'lm
nkalanl expects to leave Wa-dil k-
t n nit later than the mlJde
A 'y for Hon ihilu. She has bem
following cl elv the prppsrd leg
islation lor Hi wall and is satili d
that the House in-asure will afford
a lair and pr.icilcil form of g iverii
irent for the 'stands. W hi'e r. grc
ting that this C ingress f jile.' to
rrcozrde the chlin miJe bv h-r
friends that she be recompsrseJ for
hr loss of lands and othi r pr pe tv,
the c.vQueen takes the in it er
phllosui Ideally and makes ni com
HONEY FOR DEPARTMENTS
Minister S. M. Damon said this m-).''i-Ing
that ho had already instructed Mr.
btnckablo of tho Customs department,
and Mr. Oat of tho Postal buieau to
select tho personnel of tho now forces
required In their respective depart
ments nnd have everything in readiness
ns soon ns posslblo to relievo thu
cramped condition of tho service. Ho
fuithcr stated that ho would ask tho
executive Council, nt today's Bcsslon,
to authorize tho money for executing
tho plan at once, without waiting fur
ther news from Washington. This
could be dono under tho authority Into
ly received In n dlBpatch from Sacre
tary of State Hay
Postmaster General Oat states that
he received notlco from Minister Da
mon this morning to nt onco lncrcaso
the post olllco force, and that ho hopes,
wL.iin a week or ten days, to havu
eight or nine new clerks at work In
Under tho authorization of tho
President of tho United States, with
rcfcrcnco to tho lncrenso In the custom
houso nu post olDcc, tho Council of
Stuto having passed tho -leccHS'iry ap
propriations, the Executive Council 10
Bolvcil today to approve ot tho insu
anco of warrautB by tho Auditor Gen
eral as follows:
Postal Ilurcau Salary of Clerks,
?lfi,200; Pay of Postmasters, $15,620;
Pay or Mall Carriers, S29.000.
Uurcau of Customs Salary 0110 Ku
try Clerk and Hookkccpcr, fJiiOO; or.o
Statistical Clerk, ?2400; ona Pilot, $4,
S00; Pay of Assistants, Warehouses,
$900; Customs Inspectors, Honolulu,
$7GCS; Guards, Honolulu, $27,500; Pilot
Uoats Payroll, $5,000; Assistant Guards
ail ports, $2,000; Salary Collector, Ln
halnn, $C00; Collector, Hana. JCOO;
Guards and Inspectors, Lahnlna, Ka
hului nnd liana, Maul, $0,000; .Sokcc-
tor, Molokal, $000; Guar.lB and Inspec
tors, Molokal, $000, nnd illlo, Honnlpu,
Mahukona nnd Knllun, Ha .vail, SG.0Q0;
Collector, Walmca and Koioa, Kauai.
$200; Guards and Inspoctoro,- Kauai,
$2,400; two Assistant Harbor Mautnrs,
Honolulu, $C,000; Inspector Chinese
nnd Japaneso Immigration, $.1,000; Chl
neao nnd Japaneso Interpreters, $l,OS0.
Q. II. Ikrrey writes from Washing
ton, D. C. to tho effect that ho has seen
tho President and has "fixed It" nil
rb'lit for Governor Ilerrsv..
A LARUE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock is now replete with good fits,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with vni
children, icnJ them In and they will ic
celve Just the same care and attentloi,
and their feet will he Just as carefully
filled, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll fmt the
bill, mid promise you that Nth will W
' VMflirBaikO -liKTH. 'I i