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Vol. VIII. No. 1642
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY; MAY 20, 190012 PAGES
Pbiob 5 Cent
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Free Trip to San Francisco I
for Hawaii Teachers
Followlag la tho standing of th
Teachers' Contest up to Saturday.
May 29. Toe names corresponding to
too numbers may bo obtalued by Ap
plication at tho Bulletin ofllcu. These
numbers apply to tho samo names
throughout tho contest:
, Lihue, Kauai ....750
, St. Peters 257
, Fort St. Night SchooI.2j2
, Koyal bctiool 22j
, Kaikoinia 61
, Private 58
, lolaul 50
, Koyal School 34
, High School 27
, lulanl School 25
, Kalulani School 22
, Heto m bcluol 18
-, Hono nu, Hawaii 14
, louni School 13
. Iolanl school 11
, Kaihopua bJicol 11
, KauluwcU bcliojl to
-, OjIiu 8
, K alo'iia hcho l 6
I .1 ...t c-u . .1
-, main ;ui"
-, Kaakopua Sctioo 4
27 , bt. letrrs 4
, St. Peters 2
, Koyal benool 1
, St AnCKW'i Pnor ... 1
, High school 1
, Waltnea, K.1U1I 1
,.la ahu School I
Mahukotia HII, 1
Tho old stanby, tho Australia, which
can always bo depended on, plague
or no plague, territorial law or no ter
ritorial law, Is tho ship that will carry
tho fortunato teacher who secures tho
prlzo on her well deserved outing trip.
Evcryono knows tho Australia, and
though she does roll Just a. llttlo bit,
tho food you get Is so good It simply
has to stay down. Tho genial captain
and purser will undoubtedly do all In
their power to mako the trip a delight
ful time long to bo remembered by tho
teacher who Is declared tho most popu
lar of tho Islands. The return ticket
will bo good for four months nnd tha
Islt at tho Coast will bo limited In
Umo only by tho desires of tho teacher.
If you want to glv ono of your
teacher friends ono of tho most pleas
ant summers they havo ever enjoyed
Just cut out the votes which appear In
tho upper right hsnd corner of this
pago In each Issue and deposit thorn In
tho ballot box at tho Bulletin olllce.
It your arc not satlsllcd with thta slow
way of bringing her to tho front why
tnon subscribe for tho Bulletin and get
your friends to subscribe. You will
get all the news and tho most correct
now., and get It all the time, and in ad
dition you will bo given votes to cast
for your favorlto teacher as follows,
according to tho term of your sub
scription: 1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS ICO "
6 MONTHS 350 "
. 1 YEAR 750 "
Subscriptions ore 75 cents a iiontli
or $8 a pear In ndvanco.
Adjourned Rescue Home Meeting
Anybody Interested will bo welcomed
at tho meeting of the Rescues Home,
Monday, May 28, at 9:30 at tho Central
Union church parlors. Money Is need
ed. Tho general schemo has public ap
proval but nothing further as yet. Tho
committee will report on a Hlto and
pcoplo whoso sympathy can bo figured
In actual asslstanco will be nt the meet
ing. Chllllnftworth to llntiula.
Deputy Marshal Chllllngwoith went
down tho road to Hauuln yesterday
afternoon to investigate certain
charges of neglect of duty on tho part
of the police, of that place in connec
tion with the running of opium Joints
and gambling dens. Should ho make
any arrests of violators of tho law ho
may remain over until Monday.
Sugar on Kaunl.
Tho W. Q. Hall from Kaunl this
morning brings tho following report
of sugar left on tho Garden Isle: K. S.
M 12,000 bags; V. K., 1800; Mak., 22,
830; O. & It., 3450; K. P., 2C00; McB.,
1000; H. M., 11,720; K. S. Co., 26,000;
li. P. C000 and M. S. Co., 23,000. Total
of 113,400 bags.
A New Surgeon.
Dr. Dodgo of tho America Maru has
Just been appointed surgeon of that
steamer and Is now on his II rat trip
out. Ho is a classmate of Dr. U. Waldo
Burgess of this city and halls from
Vessels tit Knonupnll.
Tho Keauhou from Lahatnn teports
that tho bark Highland Light was
loading sugar at Kaanapall yesterday
and that tho ship Elwcll was waiting at
tho same placo for n chanco to dis
charge her cargo of coal.
It you wish to get flno Pugarees call
In Iwakaml and get some to suit the
color of your hats.
TERR1T0RIA L ADMISSION DAY
Public Meeting Simply Appoints Com
mittee of Arrangements.
1, 0. Smlih Bespeaks Recognition or Ha
waiian F.ag and A iibm Strong
Territorial Admission Day will be
celebrated under the direction of n
strong committee. The meeting called
upon the Initiative of tho Executive
Council nt tho Chamber of Commerce
rooms this morning was attended by
a representative body of citizens. Col.
W. F. Allen was elected chairman, and
Jas. A. Oilman secretary.
1 H. B. Cooper, Secretary of tho Ter
ritory designate, informed tho meeting
of tho provisional program for the day
sot forth In yesterday's Bulletin. This
included a military review and an in
augural address, followed with a recep
tion by Governor Dole, between 10 and
li; o'clock In the morning, and a ball In
I All that tho meeting did was to ap
point the following named committee
to manage tho celebration of tho day:
J. B. Athcrton, chairman; Col. W. F.
Allen and J. A. Oilman, honorary mem
bora; II. E. Cooper, W. O. Smith, C.
M. Cooke, J. A. McCandlcss, J. Gordon
Spencer, Chas. B. Wilson, William
Mutch. Col. J. H. Fisher, J. Lot Kaulu
kou, Geo. H. Paris, W. C. Achl, Fred
C. Smith and Col. J. W. Jones.
The general meeting adjourning, n
meeting of the committee was Immedi
ately held. Details wcro discussed, re
porters being asked not tc-roport pro
ceedings, and tho following sub-corn-mlttccs
Executive Comlmttec J. B. A'thor
ton, chaltman; W. O. Smith, H. E.
Cooper, J. L. Kaulukou, J. H. Fisher.
1 Finance Committee Chas. M. Cooke,
chairman; W. F. Allen, J. Gordon
Spencer, Chas. B. Wilson, W. C. Acbl.
' Ball Committee J. W. Jones, chair
man; Fred. C. Smith. Geo. H. Paris.
r. "--smaii, j, a. Oilman, W. Por
One matter In tho committee is too
Interesting to withhold. On tho sug
gestion of W. O. Smith, It was .tacitly
agreed that the Hawaiian flag 'should
be next In prominence to the national
banner, also that tho Hawaiian nation
al hymn, "Hawaii Ponol," should
bo a part In tho musical program. Mr.
Smith had the meeting with him In
saying that tho Hawaiian (lag would
surely bo adopted as the Territorial en
sign. A conference of tho executive com
mlttee with Governor nolo will nrrangf
details of tho celebration.
AMERICA MARU AND MARIPOSA.
The America Maru arrived oil port
at nbout 3 o'clock yesterday after
noon, having sailed from San Francis
co at about !i:45 p. m. on tho 19th Inst,
'lho America waited around outside
until 4 o'clock when it was expected
tho Mariposa would go out, leaving the
Oceanic wharf free for tho former ves
sel. At nbout this time, Louis Reunite of
tho Post Ofllce, kindly accommodating
tho passengers of the America Maru
who wished to send home word of their
feufe arrival here, got into tho pilot
boat with a package of letters, expect
Ing to hall the Mariposa in tho chan
nel Tho Mariposa was noticed to be
backing out but an accident happened
and tho America Maru was forced to
remain outside until 6 o'clock. In the
mcnntlmo tho pilot boat had reacheil
tlin fVnnnln whnrf.
I The Mariposa, In backing out col
1 Ilded stern on with a coal bargo lying
near the O. II. & L. wharf nearly sink
ing It. Alex. Lyle went down In a div
ing apparatus to cxamlno tho rudder
of tho steamer which ho found with
out damage although It was first sup
posed that great damago had been
On approaching the America Maru
outside tho peoplo In the pilot boat
discovered n yellow dag flying at tho
fore. Dr. Wood went aboard (tjd It
was nearly fifteen minutes befortc he
gavo tho word, allowing the pilot and
tho others aboard. It Is thought that
tho doctor flew the flag on account of a
question In his mind as to how tho ves
sel would bo received here on tho news
of the plague being learned here.
Gent's Hermsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents.
nt,L. B. Kerr & Co.'s. Queen street for
ono week only: don't fall to seo them.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
MM nu TyDBwritlBE
Day and Night Cusses
ROOMIII-lf, JfdFloOf f 9 A. M. 4 P. M
HOUB1 I llc-)'H P. M
ON VERGE OP RIOT
Presence of Bubonic Plague Admiitej Beyond Doubt-Trouble
Arises Through Use of Plague Preventive.-
Minutes of the Board,
San Francisco, May 191:00 p. m. Chine
town is In a state border ng on riot. Ail ihe
large Chinese stores are closed on accoui t
of the attempt of the Board of Health to In
oculate unwilling Celestials
Chinese say that five Chinamen bound for
the interior have been inoculuted and that
two have since died from effects of what
they claim is poison.
Merchant clai i that the attempt is a
great outrage, and that they will not submit
to the irctttni-nt
San Francisco, May 19. At a meet
ing of tho Board of Hcatth Friday a ro
port by Dr. Kellogg on bubonic plague
vvas read and Dr. Bazet moved that
the report be spread In full upon tho
minutes, fills was unanimously car
ried. .it supplemental report on tho second
:aso was otfered by Dr. Klnyoun, read
md also ordered spread upon the mln
Jtes, and tho thanks of tho Board woro
offered to Dr. Klnyoun for his courtesy
.n giving the data.
Dr. Baum Introduced tho fol
Resolved, That It Is tho senso
of this Board that bubonic plague
exists In the City and County of
San Francisco, and that nil neces
sary steps already taken for tho
prevention of Its sprean bo contin
ued, together with such addition
al measures as may bo required.
Seconded by Dr. Bazet and unani
Dr. Klnyoun stated that In regard tn
.ho outside districts or San Francisco
ho was Informed by tho Stato Board of
Health that they would tnito such ac
tion as would bo necessary to prevent
.ho spread of tho alscaso In the inter
ior of the Statj. Tho exact action would
havo to bo determined upon In con
ference. The health officer asked for
Instructions regarding iho above, reso
lution and also stated that acting tin-
I.yctirgus Case Nolle Pros'd. i
George Lycurguu appeared in tho
Police Court this forenoon on tho
charge of having erected a building on
Bcrctanla street, betwecu Punchbowl
and AInpal, without first obtaining a
permit from the Superintendent of
Public Works. Defendant explained
that he had built the bouso thinking
tho contractor had got a permit. How
ever, ho had had the obnoxious house
removed. Marshal Brown then asked
for a nolle prosequi, which was grant
ed. Agricultural Society.
Another meeting of tho Agricultural
Society was held last evening. Chair
man Herbert appointed tno following
nominating commlttco to present tt,
tho society nominations for tho officers
and comlmttccs: Mr. Wilder. Mr.
Fisher, Mr. Gibson, Mr. W. A. Glffnrd
'and Hon. 13. A. Mott-Smlth, with tho
chairman an cx-ofllclo member. Dr.
Maxwell spoke encouragingly on tho
work of the society. Othcre of the so
ciety made short remarks.
Crew Got On a Spree.
Tho Iwalanl was to havo got away
for Honokaa and Kukulhaclo at 12
o'clock yesterday but tho crew went
up town, got on a spreo nnd could not
bo found. After a good night's rest and
a chanco to sleep off the effects of what
thoy had taken, the men turned up this
morning nnd tho Iwalanl sailed at 8
THE WATEHMAN IDEAL FOUN-J
i'AIN I'KN. All sues, an snapeB. n. e:
BBRGSTROM 3XJSIO CO.
dor Instructions from tho Commlttco
on Epiuemic, Ludciuic ana Contagious
Diseases ho had been making arrange
ments for the use of tho Hnitklno pro
phylactic on tho residents of tho In
fected districts, and would llko .o
Know when he would start this work.
Dr. Williamson stated that nt a
meeting held yestcrdny It was under
stood that tho Chlucso wcro willing to
undergo this treatment.
It was voted that tho Health onicer
be Instructed to begin tho work to
morrow, nnd that tho residents of the
district boundfd by Broadway, Cali
fornia, Koaiuoy und Stockton bo nrst
.noculatcd. An amendment to tho mo
tion v'as accepted that the Health
Omcer bo directed to employ such help
is ho deemed necessary for tho proper
carrying out of tho order, nnd also to
purchase such materials as were ne
cessary. Dr. Williamson stated that Instruc
tions to tho Health Ofllccr Issued by tho
commlttco Included provision for a
ccrtlflcato bearing tho official seal of
tho board, tho signature of the health
ofllccr and president of tho board to bo
given by tho Inspector making tho In
oculation, nnd It was also tho Idea of
the committee that nono of tho Chi
ncso residents bo permitted to pass out
of tho city unless a certificate of Im
munization was presented.
At the Orphcum.
Tonight 13 Hognn's Inst night and
tho houso Is sure to bo crowded by
thoso anxious to hid aloha to tho
popular cdmedlan nnd his followers.
Tho Hoganltcs are not leaving Hono
lulu right away on account of tho cases
now pending but thoy nro staying ns
private Individuals and their minstrel
days In Honolulu nro over for awhile,
Hogau avows his Intention of return
ing hero noxt and every summer, how
ever, and may bo suro of n welcome
whenever ho arrives. Tho salo of
scats for tho Southwell Opera Co. has
been large, tho bookings being Inrgely
secured by Honolulu's "swell set."
Tho Beggar Student will seo a full and
fashlonablo bouso and Director General
Wolff only asks for n "big first night
and wo'll do tho rest."
Buskct Ball Tonight.
Tho following baBket ball games will
bo played In tho Y. M. C. A. gymna
7:30 Green and Gold vs Bushiest)
8:20 Honolulu vs Mnllo-Illnm.
Theso two games will bo very in
teresting and thoso who havo a liking
for basket ball should not fall to at
tend. Tho moderate admission fco of
fifteen cents will bo charged, tho pro
ceeds to go toward swelling tho nata
G, A. R. Memorial Services.
Tho memorial services of tho O. A.
It. nt Central Union church will be
held Sunday evening Instead of during
tho morning ns announced yesterday.
DELEGATES PKUH HAWAII
Rilo 11J3 An lDttrcstltji Contest
And Is Satisfied.
Lotbenstelo foies As Chtlriun of lhe Dtltfa-
llon Holstefn and Paris Fitm Kcrna
Side-Many Come DjWd.
Hllo, April 25. Tho election of delo
gano iu i.ic local convention last week
isatutciiiy passed olf quietly.
'iho following weio elected as dele
gates Horn tho Second Precinct Vler
ra, Vannntta, Mcbtocker, C. S. Smith,
lllchards, Wilson nud Brown. From
tho First Precinct was chose-n W. II. C.
Campbell; fiom tho 'Ihird-, E. N.
Weight and J. T. Molr; from tho
Fourth. J. niltnn- frnm Dm I.'lxl, w
G. Wulkcr; from the Sixth, W. Hor
ner; irom tno Seventh, George lalscr;
from tho Llghth, Albert Homer,
'lhe llftcetl flolrirntpM tlma nhnarti rt.n.
at the Couithouso In Hllo on Wednes
day last. Carl S. Smith was elected
tcmtioiarv rhnlinmn nml T tininn ton..
pornry secretary. Mr. lllchards moved
ihat tho convention proceed to tho elec
tion ot uciegatcs to tho Territorial con
vention. Mr. McStocker objected, on
the ground of credentials of tho dele
gates at tho convention not having
been presented. Mr. lllchards' mo
tion was carried, lie then put in nomi
nation tho following gentlemen: A.
Homer, A. II. Locbcnsteln, F. S. Ly
man, Carl Smith, W. S. Wise. W. H.
amlth, S. Desha, J. A. Scott. E. H. Mc
nrnough, W. II. C. Cnmpebll, J. K.
Dillon, N, C. Wlllfong. Mr. McStockor
nominated Wm. Vannntta, who said
he COUld not CD. Mr. nilllnn nnmlnnt-
ed M. V. Holmes of Honokaa. J. Vlci-
ra nominated u. v. Alfonso.
After considerable discussion tho
following nominations for delegates to
tho convention wcro made: Second
Precinct, A. B. Locbcnsteln; Third, H.
J. Weight, Fourth, J. Dillon; Fifth, W.
H. Smith; Sixth, John Scott; Seventh.
M. V. Holmes; Eighth, Carl Smith.
Theso wcro nccepted by tho conven
tion, nnd In addition Itov. S. L. Desha
was chosen for the First Precinct,
which had no representative present
it tho convention. At largo were chos
.n F. S. Lymnn, W. S. Wiso, J. 11. Mc
Donough nnd N. C. Wlllfong. Theso
left for Honolulu yesterday, with A. B.
Locbcnsteln ns chairman.
PLANTERS ARE OSGAMZG.
The managers of Hllo plantations
met In Hllo lust Thursday und organ
ized a planters' association on tho Bame
basis of that recently formed In Maul.
After the by-laws had been adopted,
ODDOrtUnltV Wnn ctvnn thnan nrnc.inl
to sign the following:
Wc, the undersigned planters on the
Island of Hawaii, deeming it wise and
expedient to form an association for
tho Protection, aid anil snrmnrt nt tlm
sugar Industry nnd all branches of
agricultural anu other industries on
ho Island of Hawaii do hereby form nn
association for this purpose to bo call
-d tho Planters' Association of Hawaii.
Thirty-four names wcro signed to
tho list, Including representatives from
tho districts of Puna, Hllo, Hamakua
In the afternoon tho following offi
cers wcro elected to servo until the nn
nual meeting In November: C. C. Ken
nedy of Hllo, president; John A. Heath,
vlco president; Henry Deacon, secre
taty; F. B. McStocker, treasurer; Geo.
Tho following wcro chosen as dele
gates to tho convention to bo held In
Honolulu on Juno 4, to consider tho
general needs nnd effect the general ob
ject of tho Hawaiian planters: for
Hllo, Molr; for Hamakua, Moore; for
Kohala, Hind; for Puna, McStocker.
SECOND DISTRICT DELEGATES
Delegates elected from the Second
DIstrlet, Island of Hawaii to tho Ile
publlcan convention, nro as .follows
J. K. Nnhalo, J. I). Paris, H. L. Hol
steln, S. W. Kokuowa, E. A. Fraser.
55. Paaklkl, M. L. Scott. W. H. Green
well. G. P. Knmanoha, S, W. Kaal, V.
J. Wright, J. Kniihnnr.
Tho tianijiiort Logan will sail tomor
Tho band serenaded tho officers af
tho Logan this morning, finishing the
much appreciated concert with "Aloha
Oo" and tho "Star Spangled Banner."
Kugnr on Hmvnll.
Tho Klnau reports as follows on su
gar on Hawaii, May 25: Papnlkou,
11,500; Pcpcckco, 5,000; Hnnnmu, 10,
000; Hakalau, 18,000; Kukalau, COO;
Laupahochoo, 27,000; Paauhau, 1,000;
Ookala, 5,500; Honokaa, 21,300; Kukul
haclo, 7,000; Punnluu, 10,000; Honuapo,
18,000; Walnuku. 1,200; Wnlakea. 9,
000; Port mill, 4,200. Total, 183,000.
Tho body of Alex. Chlsholra was cro
Ocean Current Report
Editor Evening Bulletin: A
corked bottlo was picked up on
tho beach on tho northeast sldo
of this Islanu yesterday, May 18th.
It contained nn "Ocean Current
Itoport" nnd had been thrown
overboard by Hugh Hodman,
nnvlgntor of tho Agnsslz Polyne-
slnn Exploring Expedition on
board U. S. S. Albatross in lat.
28.23 N., long. 12C.57 W. on Aug.
As per request of tho navigator
to tho flnUcr, I havo forwarded
tho report to tho liydrographlc
Ofllco, Washington. Some two
yenis ago a similar document was
found by my son at almost tho
same place on the beach and for-
FIIED. II. HAYSELDEN.
Lannl. May 19. 1D0O.
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REVENUE SERVICE l5OR HAWAII
San Francisco, May 18. Washington
has notified tho officials of tho Internal
Revenue Servico for the First Dls
irlct of Cnllfoinla that after Juno 14th
the Territory of Hawaii will bo theirs
to look out for. Special Agent Bert
Thomas will lcavo for tho Islands on
May 29ni to organize, the service.
Deputies arc to bo chosen frnm nmnntr
tho residents of Hawaii. Collector
jonn u. Lynch yesterday selected
Chief Deputy II. N. Frlck as tho ofll
za to proceed to Honolulu for tho pur-
DOSO Of effecting n nrrllmlnnrv nrnnnl.
Great Slaughter of Insurgents.
Colon (Colombia,) via Galveston,
Tex., May 17. News has been received
hero of a victory by tho Government
troops over tho Insurgents In n battta
In tho etas district, which began May
11th and lasted Bcvcnty hours. Oen
erals Lcnl and Hcrrcra wero among
ho killed, who arc said to havo been
very numerous, tho slaughter being
described ns "horrlblo butchery."
Twclvo hundred Insurgents wcro taken
prisoners nnd tho Government troops
captured a largo quantity of guns nnd
Y W. C. A. Officers.
At tho last meeting of tho Y. W. C.
A. tho followlng-oftlccrs wcro elected:'
Mrs. B. W. Jordan, president; Mrs. A.
D. Wood, vlco president: Miss Cornelia
Hyde, recording secretary, and Mrs.
T. It. Walker, treasurer. Mrs. Low-
-ey, Mrs. 't. It. Walker, Mrs. T. May,
Mrs. W. F. Frcar.and Mrs. H. E. Colo
man were appointed a committee to
look up the matter of association head
quarters. On reading tho list of char
ter members It was found that thcro
Received As Private Citizens.
Washington, May 18. At tho Cnbl
net meeting today tho question of the
reception of tho Boer envoys was dis
cussed. It Is understood that they prob
ably will be presented to tho President
by tho Secretary of Stntc. They will
bo received with ovcry courtesy, but
only ns prlvato citizens nnd not in any
For fine full dress shirts at 91.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen Btrret. Thcs
ihlrts nm strictly high grade as to ?
A LARGE SHIPMENT CF
.. Just opened by the.,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with go4 fit,
Rood style and good wtar.
If you cannot come in with ur
cljlldrcn, send them In and they will re
elve Just the same care and att-ntlon
nnd their ect will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If yoU'lf "foot the
bill, and promiM you that, both will b
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