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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Voii. VIII. No. 154L
HONOLULU. H. I.. FUIDAY, MAY 25 U 00.
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Li Hong Chang
A Bow WoDg Recruit
Tho Dow Wong adherents of tho lo
cal Chinese colony havo passed tho
word around that tho Chinese reformer
with a (66,000 head received by tho last
mall from China an Important missive
signed by no lesa important official
than tho great LI Hung Chang. This
letter Is said to bo tho greatest evi
dence of eventual Bow Wong victory
(hat has ever been known.
Tho great Chlncso statesman whoso
peacock feather und yellow jacket havo
been donned and taken from him tlmca
without number, not only writes cor
dially to the Chlncso Progressive lead
er. Ho endorses tho cause and with the
dlplomatlo directness, ncccssnry per
haps' to savants own head from tho
sword of tho Empress Dowager, ex
presses hope for Its success. Tho Dow
Vfongs aro ready to celebrate In honor
(if gaining such an official and finan
cial power to their cause.
Prominent Chinese seen today dis
cussed tho matter freely in Its bearing
upon the progress of th cnatlon; they
knew tho letter had been received but
were not In a position to glvo nut the
upon tho progress of tho nation; they
It is also stated on the best of au
thority that tho local Uow Wong lead
er has received donations of several
thousand dollars for distribution
among tho Honolulu Chinese who suf
fered from tho plaguo (Ires. This mon
ey comes from wealthy Uow Wongs In
tho principal cities of China.
Lcong Yem Man of tho Wing Wo
Chan Co. was seen this afternoon and
said to a Ihillctln raportcr: "Yes, It
is truo wo havo received the letter you
mention from LI Hung Chang; but It
Is a letter of 7,000 words much of It
about business and Is not yet trans
lated. In fact wo havo not ns yet de
cided that wo will allow any publica
tion of our private matters. I will,
howovcr, say thin much to tho, Bulletin,
that LI Hung Chang Is favorablo to our
cause. He cautions us that wo havo a
difficult but patriotic task to perform,
and that, it wo will provo to him that
our Intention Is to protect tho young
Emperor, he will give us nil tho offi
cial encouragement and support In his
jiowcr. Ho says that ho Is now an old
ttnan but ho will bend his last energies
to aid us In securing our patriotic ob
ject. Yes, wo are greatly encouraged
and shall carry out tho good work .it
tho risk oftror lite."
The BULLETIN offers to the per
10ns who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largesl
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
tut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 970.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 00, Q2 and 94 0'
the loco Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 is
1 road racer, weight 20 pounds. f.Vvlcl 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 ll - , ind
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 2 j lbs.
the bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice ma
be made between the corresponding ladles
Models, should the winner of ist prize bt
2nd Prize, Ringer Sewing Ma
rUm .rlnnr nf tlilc nrl7 tn.'iv rlinnc.
between these three stvles of machines,:
thatwlin oscillating snuuie anu iop cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and c-iblnei
top, both five-drawer machines, or th
"Automatic," with three drawers. Till
machine will be furnUhed by B. Ber
erscn, sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Renlor Cnmera.
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swine
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack anc
Pinion for focusing. This camera may t
used with "either Plates or Films. Tht
jutfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer. Negative Hack.
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a 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 t
electtd from the stock of the BerKtr om
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
I. All subscriptions must be prepaid a
least three months In advance.
1, No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tions will be counted in this contest a
oew subscriptions. Each name must be a
oona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
oon as secured, together with the name
ind address of the person to whom the
ubscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
tddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try lor these prizes.
Subscription Rates: $8.00 per year.
Uaa for Three months; strictly In advance.
Arthur Sewail Makes
An $80,000 Purchase
Hon. Arthur Scwnll and associates
of Iiath, Maine, havo purchased $80,000
of Hllo Railroad Co.'s bonds at par
through Henry Watcrhouso & Co.
Itobcrt Shlnglo recorded tho transac
tion on tho stock board this morning.
With tho 170,000 of theso bonds tak
en by the Itoblnson Esaro and $100,000
by tho Watcrhouso firm ltsuir, tnis
last purchase leaves only aoout 1100,000
of tho bonds unsold and negotiations
aro pending for their sale. They nio
C per cent for 20 years with tho privi
lege of redemption niter 111 years re
Mr. Sewail before making this new
Investment In Hawaiian securities
carefully Investigated tno Hllo railway,
nnd ncqulred great confidence In its
future. With tho great Increases in his
Pacific shipping interests mado lately
Mr. Sewall's Hawaiian Investments 'or
himself and associates amount to
something like 1150,000.
It Is honed that by July 1 trains will
bo running on tho Hllo railway to Olna.
Then tho extension to Puna will be
DEMOCRATS TO CONVEND.
Tho Democratic commlttco on or
ganization held a meeting last even
ing at Dr. McOrow's ofllco. It was
decided to send delegates to tho na
tional convention at Kansas City July
lth. tho Territorial convention for elec
tion of delegates to bo held In Hono
lulu Juno 11th. Tho primary elections
will bo held Juno 7, tho polls to bo
open from 6 to 7 p. m.
Plantation Managers Meet.
The managers of tho various plan
tations on this island and others In ...c
:Ity met In tho hall of the Hoard -t
Trado yestcrdny afternoon nnd dis
cussed tho lnbor question, a subject
hat has becomo n problem difficult of
Amerlcu Maru Sighted.
America Mnru oft Koo Head nt
At the Orpheum.
Last night brought tho biggest
Thursday night houso to thol Orpheum
.hat had turned out for many a week.
A Trip to Honolulu was tho bill and
.ho evening passed off most pleasant-
y with numerous encores. Tonight Is
x big minstrel night nnd tomorrow if.
ternoon there will bo a big farewell
Tho Southwells got together last
night for a short rehearsal to run over
.ho opening bill of tho "Beggar Stu
lent" and dotcrmlno whether tho
change of zone has intcrcfred with
their voices. Thoso fortunate enough
to be present at tho "running through"
jf tho score predict a revelation In mu
ilcal circles In Honolulu when tho com
pany open. Tho soloists have without
'xccptlon magnificent voices and the
:horou3 Is strong in volumo, quality
ind expression. Tho Orpheum manage
ment havo mado a regulation ancnt
3moklng which they request tho strict
)bservanco of for the singers' sokes.
Smoking will bo nllowed up to tho
main entrnnco nlslo but not In tho
boxes or tho threo front sections.
Scats aro already rapidly commencing
to be booked for the opening and later
weeks. Mlllocker's Deggar Student is
the opening bill and Planquctto's "Los
Cloches do Corncvlllo" will closo tho
California Hard Luck.
Princeton, May 12. In tho dual track
licet between tho University of Cali
fornia and Princeton teams here today
"he Princeton team won by tho scoro
of 10 to 2 points. Tho results of tho
;ames were a surprise, as It was ex
pected that tho contest would bo very
iloso. A previous compnnson of thu
records of both teams showed little
Inference between the averages per
formances of tho two. It turned out,
however, that Princeton's men wero In
excellent condition nnit put up by far
tho best work they havo dono this sea
son. Tho score would havo- been 9 to
3 had not Woolsey stumbled In tho 220
yard hurdlo within fifteen feet of tho
tape. Ho had It won against Hutch
ison, who got first place. Despite the
fact tnnt tho California team was badly
defeated every man mado a plucky
fight and put forth his best efforts.
Gent's Hcrmsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
it L. D. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
mo weok only; don't fall to sco them.
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
Day and Night classes
ROOMS n-ii. rJ Floor f q A. M . r. M
Hours I 7:jt i')o r. M
Treasury Department Issues
Circular for Hawaii,
Go Into Effect Jane 14 Portions of
Law Beat log on Local Ship
ping Registry of Ves
Following aro Instructions Issued h)
tho Treasury Department on reglstr)
of vessels In Hawaii and trado bctwecL
Hawaii and tho United States:
Treasury Department, Ourcnu 01
Uurcau of Navigation,
Washington, D. C, May 3, 1900.
To Collectors of Customs and others.
The act of April 30, 1900, "To provldi
a government for tho Territory of Hn
wall," and relating to vessels, thel
ownership, navigation, documenting
etc., prescribes ns follows:
TERRl'lORY OF HAWAII.
Sec. 2. That tho Islands acquired b;
the United States of America under n
Act of Congress entitled "Joint rcsolu
tion to provide for nnnexing the Hawt
llan Islands to tho United States," a)
proved July 7th, 1S98, shall bo knowi
as the Territory of Hawaii.
Citizenship. Ownership of Vessels.
Sec. 4. That all persons who were
citizens of the Republic of Hawaii oil
August 12th, 1898, are hereby dcclareu
to bo citizens of tho United States and
citizens of the Territory of Hawaii.
And all citizens of the United States
resident In the Hawaiian Islands wh
were resident there on or since Angus
12th, 1898, and nil tho citizens of th.
United States who Bhall hereafter re
sldo In tho Territory of Hawaii for on
year shall bo citizens ot tho Terrltor)
of Hawaii. See sec, 100, post.)
Application to Hawaii of tho Laws of
tho United States Itclatlng to Ves
Sec. 5. That tho Constitution, and
except as herein provided, all tho lawi
of the United States which aro not lo
cally Inapplicable, shall have tho sain
forco nnd effect within tho wild Ter
ritory as clsewhero in tho Unltcr
States: Provided, That sections 1851
nnd 1890 of tho Revised Statutes of th
United Stntcs shall not apply to tin
Territory of Hawaii.
DEATH OF ALEX. GHlSHOLMiTHE JOYFUL NEWS MISSION
A bunch of crape with a note attach
ed, on tho door ot tho Manufacturing
Harness Company, this morning an
nounced the denth of the veteran arti
ficer, Alexander Chlsholm. It was n
sad surprise to his many friends, ns
well as to tho community In general,
who hau seen Mr. Chlsholm at tho old
stand for nearly a scoro of years. Ho
had been foreman for tho late Chas.
Hnmmcr there a long time, nnd after
that pioneer ot tho craft In Honolulu
died ho bought tho business. Later
ho turned It over to tho company, re
taining an Interest.
Tho late Alex. Chlsholm was a na
tive of Plctou county, Nova Scotia, and
reached tho ago of 5G years. Ho work
ed at his trado for more than thirty
yvrs, being employed In tho best har
ness manufactories of Canada and the
United States. Mr. Chlsholm died In
the Queen's Hospital at C:30 this morn
ing, having been sent there with re
mittent fever two days previously. Ho
was attended by Dr. Herbert.
Tho funeral will tako placo from 11.
II. Williams' undertaking pnrlors, Fort
street, nt 4 o'clock this oftornoon.
An Aula Acquaintance.
Many friends hero wero glad to see
Robert Scott, formerly In employment
of the Honolulu Iron Works, some
nidi vnnra nun nnd nn enthusiastic
charter member of tho Scottish Thistle
CliiD. Mr. Scott Is on board thoU. S. A.
Transport Logan en routo for Manila
whero ho Is appointed to tno responsi
ble position of head of the Navy Yard
at Cavlto. The U. S. authorities could
nnt lmvA nlnVml n lipttpr man. Tho
battleship Oregon nnd many other fine
vessels wero mint unuer Mr. scon s su
pervision nt tho Union Iron Works,
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
t'AIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. II. F.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Sec. 88. That the Territory of Hu-
wall shall comprise j customs dlstriel
of tho United Stntcs, with ports of en
try and delivery at Honolulu. Hllo.
AInhukona and Knhulul.
WHARVES Revenues From United
States Vessels Mpy Use, Etc.
Sec. 89. That until further provision
.8 mado by Congress tho wharves and
landings constructed oc controlled by
Iho Republic of Hawnll on any sea--oast,
bay, roadstead, or harbor shall
cmalu under tbo control of tho gov
rnment of tho Territory of Hawaii,
fhlch shall receive aiid enjoy all reve
illes derived therefrom, on condition
hat said property shall be kept In good
ondltlon for 'tho uso nnd convenience
f commerce,, but no tolls or charges
hall be mado by the government ot the
crrltory of 'Hawaii for tho uso of any
uch propel. by tho United States, or
y any vess I of war, tug, revenue cut
er, or other boat or transport In tho
ervlec of the United States.
Quarantine of Vessels, Etc.
Sec. 97. That quarantine) stations
hull be established at such places In
o Territory of Hawaii as tho Supor
Islng Surgeon General of the Marine
(ospltnl Service of tho United Stntcs
jail direct, and tho quarantine rcgula
ons for said Islands relating to the
nportatlon oT diseases from other
juntrles shall be under tho control of
10 Government of the United States,
ho quarantine station and grounds ut
10 hnibor of Honolulu, together with
11 the public property belonging to
hat service, shall bo transferred to the
larine Hospital Service of the United
Hates, and said quarnntlno grounds
ihall continue to bo so used nnd cm
iloycd until tho station is changed to
jthor grounds which may be selected
y order of tho Secretary of tho Treas
ury. The health laws ot the government of
Hawaii relating to the harbor of Ho
.olulu and otner harbors and. Inlets
rom tho sen nnd to tho Internal control
f tho health of the Islands shall re
lnln In the Jurlsdlctlon-of the govcrn
lent of tho Territory of Hawaii, sub
set to the quarantine laws and regula
lons of the United States.
:cglstry of Vessels. Trado Between
Hawaii and Other Parts of tho
Sec. 98. That all vessels carrying Ha
ailan regit.?, y on tho 12th day cf Au
ust, 1898, and which were owned bona
do by citizens nf tho United States, or
ho citizens of Hawaii, together with
(Continued on pago 4.)
J. L. McComb, the well und favorably
known lay evangelist, Is hcadiug what
Is known ns " J ho Forward Movement
In Honolulu. On n small scalo It Is
nktn to tho famous work of Rev. C.
Prlco Hughes in London.
"The Joyful News Mission" Is the
name adopted by Mr. McComb for this
religious enterprise. Its hendqmirters
have been selected In the ground floor
ot the Way block, King street, opposite
tho Arlington hotel. Unllko too ninny
missions, tho home of tho "Joyful
News" Is fitted up most attractively.
Thero is nothing dreary or repelling In
Its equipment. A large platform, with
an altar rail In front, Is surmounted
with n brilliant transparency bearing
..ie name of tho mission. The hall Is
resplendently lighted with nn rhctric
It Is the aim of Mr. McComb nnd his
fellow workers to attract within tho
influence of tho mission strangers, suit
ors and non-chuiuh-goeiE among (ho
residents. Iiuslncss men have tender
ed n generous support to tho scheme.
On Satuulay evenings musical nnd
literal y entertainments of n high or
red will be given nt .tiia mission 'is a
counter-atti action to haunts of dissi
pation nnd vlco.
"I'he Joyful Nows Mission" will bo
opened nt Ita headquarters next Tues
day evening. Addresses will he de
livered by Mr. McComb, who Is nn ex
perienced platform speaker, as well ns
by clergymen and other Chrlstlni1
Stcvennon't Ink Bottle.
The Ink bottle used by Robert Loulti
Stovcnson during his life In Samoa and
which passed Into the hands of his
friend nnd collnboiutor, W. E. Henley,
upon tho denth of the grout writer, has
4iEcnploced In tho hands of the Samoa
Herald to be sold for the benefit of the
A. M. II. fund. The sum of JC1C hud
been offered for It up to the tlmo of tho
CALL TO CITIZENS.
A meeting of citizens Is called by Henry E. Cooper, Secretary of
tho Territory, In the Chamber of Commerco rooms tomorrow
morning nt 11 o'clock to obtain an expression of opinion as to tho
best wuys and means of observing Admission Day.
At tho meeting of tho Executive Council this morning a tentatlvo
program was mapped out nnd Mr. Cooper requested to call a meet
ing to Bccuro nn expression from the business community.
Tho program will doubtless lncludo public Inauguration of tho
Governor, n review of tho military, und a reception.
A full nttendanco of those Interested Is requested nt the meeting
FOR MEMORIAL DAY
The various coinmlttros appointed at
a recent meeting of tho Geo. W. De
Long Post, No. 42, O. A. It., to mnko
arrangements for the proper obscrv
mce of Memorial Day, met in tho Love
building last evening to make their re
After much discussion tho order. of
tho regular Memorial Day procession
.vns decided on, ns follows:
Marshal Urown nnd Platoon of Police.
Firing Squad fiam 0th Artillery.
Nntlonnl Guard of Hawaii.
Kumehnmchn School Rand.
Kamehnmeha School Cadets.
Regular Army and Navy Union.
Orator of tho Day.
Goo. W. Do Long Post, G. A. R.
Tho procession will form ut 2:30 p.
ni. on the 30th Inst., the right resting
in King nnd Fort strcots. Tho lino of
mirch will bo from King, up Fort,
icross Vineyard to Nituntiii and thence
o Nuunnu cemetery.
Hon. Harold M. Sewail has accepted
he Invitation oi the O. A. R. to be the
rntor of the dny. Lorrin Andrews will
'end Lincoln's Gettysburg address.
Col. Fisher will bo the grand mar
ihnl. Col. Jones will bo In command of
the N. G. II. mid Major Ennls will have
-bnrgo of tho firing squad from the
lth U. S. Artillery.
Members of the Geo. W. De Long
Post w.. attend memorial services In n
lody nt Central Union church Sunday
morning, May 27.
The Kamalo directors mix-up was
icttled finally ut n meeting yesterday
iftcrnoon and new that tho objections
)t tho stockholders are no longer In
3xlstcnce, it Is expected that theso pes
jlo will come foiward, pay up their
isscssmcnts nnd put th cplantatlon on
i firm basis again. The officers and dl--ectors
announced at yestcrdny's meet
ing are as follows:
nDvlil Dayton, president and direc
tor. Captain Clnrk, vice president nnd di
rector. 1). tl. Lewis, secretary nnd director.
Hawaiian Trust nnd Investment Co.,
treasurer and ngent.
L. H. Dee, nudltor.
H. L. Evans nnd II. R. Hltrhcock.
'I lie resignations of F. II. Foster nnd
Chas. Phillips were both iifiopted :it
Denth o? Mrt. Joy.
Mrs. Amnlta Joy, n very well known
Hawaiian lady, aged 41, died nt her
home on Llllha street, just above King,
last night. Heart disenso was the
cause of death. Tho body will bo tnk
on from the lata homo to 'In C.itliolle
chinch at 4 p. m. today. After ser
vices there, tho body wlil lio taken to
the Catholic cemetery for burial.
Mrs. Joy was tho daughter of Capt.
Joy who died In Australia several years
ago. Her father was Jacob Hoick, ono
assessments nnd put tlu plantation on
hero when Honolulu was but a village.
Deceased leaves a son, un only child.
Hid Sugar Cargo.
Tho ship St. Frances, Winn master,
sailed yestcrdny for Dolawnro Ureak
water with n cargo of 48,300 bags of
sugar, weighing B,921,800 pounds, valu
ed nt f 241, 714.77 nnd shipped as fol
lows: C2S0 bags by M. S. Gilnbnum &
Co., to M. S. Grlnbuum & Co.; 12.100
by Castle & Cooke to Welch & Co.;
(1200 by W. G. Irwin & Co. to J. 1).
Sprrckcls H. IlroH.; C7I0 by T. II. I)n
vlcs & Co. to Williams, Dlmond & Co.;
70S by J. M. Dowsett to J. D. Sprcckils
& llros, and 17.152 by II. Hnckfeld K
Co., Ltd. to Williams, Dlmon'l & Co.
Third llojjiin Suit
Jennie Alexander's suit for S'.'u.OoO
damages against the Camidlim-AiiMia-llan
Steamship Co., has been called be
fore Judgo Davis. This is the third
romlng to tl la I of tho sorlis of 2T ra
tions brought by Humbert of Kigali's
minstrel troupo on nnoiuii "i being
refused passago for Vlctoila In tho
steamer Mlowcra. Only one of the t.pe
rial panel of fiO Jurors who 1ms not
been called In et'her ot th- previous
trials. Another special panel Is Ihrro
foro being summoned.
Whenever you comment, add your
lcasons for doing so; It Is this which
distinguishes thu approbation of n
man of senso from tho flattery of syco
phants and the admiration of fools.
IEST0N 61YRN THB LIMIT
William Eston. was given tho extreme
penalty of 'tho law for manslaughter in
the first degreo by Judge Stanley this
morning. Tho sentenco was twenty
years nt hard labor and payment of
$18.G0 costs. Judgo Stnuiey said In
passing sentence that tho Jury had giv
en the prisoner all tho leniency ho de
served for the killing ot Toyo Jackson
according to tho evidence, In finding
Mm guilty of manslaughter upon in
dictment for murder In tho first do
grec. Messrs. Crclghton nnd Strauss,
counsel for Eston, hav filed u motion
for a new trial.
C. C. Hitting withdrew his appeal
from the District Court and paid his
3no of $25 nnd cost lor nssault and
Judgo Davis lias su-tUturd Iho de
murrer of defendants In Thomas Mll
'cr Harrison vs J. A. Magoon nnd oth-3i-B.
Tho ground in hick of jurisdic
tion. The remedy if any Is by suit In
C. Lomba's appeal from tho I)Iftrl"t
Court, on conviction of adulterating
milk, Is on trial boforo Judgo Stanley
by the following jury. F. S. Lyman,
W. II. Smith, John Ul.hig.ir, C. I). Otny,
A. D. Larnnch, G. II. Carter, W. M.
"iinnlngbnm, L. C. Abies, I. Ruben
tteln, C. II. Clapp, Jns. L. Torbcrt and
J, J. Kunn. Dole nnd Cnthcnrt for
prosecution; Magooa for defendant.
HARTVVLLLM I CDENTAl.e.
It was voted at tho Executlvo Coun
cil session today, that tho Channel
wharf be set apart for tho purpoeo of
tecelvlng freight nnd passengers from
ail vessels coming from Infcrted port9.
ui iir wnuru tumngious or inrcc
tlous diseases' havo appeared within
sixty days previous to the fulling ot
such vessels! and that such vessels 'bo
required to dlschargo and load .it said
wharf and at no other.
The Hoard of Health Is requested to
take all necessary precautions In re
gard to both freight nnd passengers
landed at tho Channel wharf from said
A letter from Mr. A. S. Hnrtwell was
rend, giving formal notice of his hnv
Ing returned to Honolulu on tho 17th
Inst, nnd reported to President Dole on
the 18th Inst., nlso speaking of iho in
cidental expenditures rimncctcd with
tho affairs of his office at Washington.
If you wish to get fine Pugnrccu call
In Iwnknml and get Mime to suit the
color of your huts.
For fino full dress shirts at J1.00 each
L. n. Kerr & Co., Queen street. Thess
shirts ore strictly high grade as to J"
and quality. "
A LARGE 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 vour
children, send them In and they will re
celve Just the same care and attention
and their eet will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot (lie
bill, and promise vou that l.th will r
v r-"' r'A