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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher?
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vou VIII. No. 15-13 V ASSOCS"
HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, MAY 28, WOO.
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Free Trip to Sao Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
The school children who am get-
ting votes for their favorite teach-
era should take note of the op-
portunlty offered them to sccuro
one of the valuable prizes offered
to the person who shall sccuro tho
most subscribers to tho Bulletin
by July 31. A good clmnco for
some bright young boy or girl to
send their favorlto on a vacation
trip to ban FrancIs:o r.nd at tho
same tlmo get a brand cew $70
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The teacher who shall bavu secured
the most votes at tho end of thlw con
test will be given a free, trip to San
Krnnclsco and return.
The old stanby, the Australln, 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
prize on her well deserved outing trip.
Evoryono knows tho Australia, and
though sho does roll Just a littlo bit,
tho food you get is so good It simply
bas to stay down. Tho genial captain
and purser will undoubtedly do all In
their power to make tho trip n delight
ful tlmo long to bo remembered by tbc
teacher who Is declared the most popu
lar of the Islands. Tho return ticket
will bo good for four months and ths
visit at tho Coast will bo limited in
time only by the desires of the teacher.
If you Want to glvo ono of your
teacher friends ono of tho most pleas
nut summers they have over enjoyed
Just cut out the votes which nppear In
" tho upper right hand corner of this
pago In each tssuo and deposit them In
tho ballot box at tho Ilulletln dike.
If your are not satisfied with this slow
way of bringing her to tho front why
tnen subscrlbo for tho Bulletin and get
your friends to subscrlbo. Vou will
get all tho news and tho most correct
news and get It all tho 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-
1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS ICO "
6 MONTHS 350 "
1YEAU 760 "
Subscriptions are 75 cents a month
or JS a pear In advance.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ons who, between February 1st and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
tat Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the 1st prize Is t liberty
to choose between models 00, 02 and 54 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 If
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lb.
the bicycle to be selected from the slock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice max
be made between the corresponding ladi'
Ml'', should the winner of 1st rrize be
I rle, Slnftcr
The winner ot this prize may choose
between these three styles of machines:
that with osclllitmg shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Bcr
tfersen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may t
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lintcn
Cimera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, tho Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00,
This ts the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bcrfistrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
:. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
lust three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons 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 a'
won as secured, together with the name
md address of the person to whom the
lubscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as ot
the subscriber. Great care should be t.iken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
tddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try (or these prizes.
Cikinlnllnn Rll! R.OO I'PT veil.
Um for three months; strictly In advance.
PIONEER HILL COMPANY
Important Hatiers Under Considera
tion Meetings Today.
Proposals to Issue a Quarter Million New
Stock and Hair Million Bonds
Question of Mwigersulp.
Meetings of tho directors and tho
stockholders of Pioneer Mill Company,
operating tho old sugar plantation and
mill at Lahalna, Maul, have been going
on all day. vVclghty matters aro In
consideration, but not all questions
will be decided before this paper Is
Arrangements will probably be con
cluded whereby monthly dividends will
bo paid from henceforth.
It Is proposed to lssuo $2110,000 addi
tional capital stock. Also to bond tho
property for $500,000. Tho proceeds
of these operations will enable the
company to complete a plantation rail
way system and other desirable im
provements. Tho managership Is also under dis
cussion. Ono proposal heard on the
outsldo Is Hint Captain Ahlborn with
drew his resignation as manager and
be given an assistant in tho person of
Mr. Bockhausen of Klpahulu. On tho
other hand, somo of tho largo stock
holders want tho managerial olllce giv
en to David Center, latterly manngcr ot
the American Sugar Co., before which
ho had been manager successively of
Sprcckclsvlllo and Wnlnnao planta
tions. DOCTORS TO CONFER.
Drs. Wood, Carmtchael and Garvin
arc to hold a conference this afternoon
on . 0 quarantine wharf question. The
principal matter for discussion will ba
tno proposition to havo every steamer
from infected ports haul alongsldo tho
w.iarf and there discharge her cargo.
Another matter In connection with
this subject will bo tho building ot a
draw brldgo between tho wharf and
.ao road leading thereto. This draw
uridge will assure n complcto Isolation
ot tho wharf whenever such Isolation I )
There Is ono proposition In connec
tion with tho wharf that has not yet
been extensively discussed tho disin
fecting of tho steamers themselves.
SEATTLE REFINEhY SCHEME
Seattle, May 10. Tho question of the
establishment of a sugar refinery In Se
attlo was discussed in all Its phases at
a special meeting of tho local Chamber
of Commerco yesterday afternoon.
Crystallizing tho discourses It was
shown that It such n move could bo
mado In this city It would undoubtedly
prove a great boon to Seattle In her
trade -with Hawaii mid tho South Sc.i
ity so doing n new lino ot oceanic
steamships would ot necessity bo plac
ed In operation between this city and
tho Islands, and they could then bo as
sured ot full cargoes both going nnd re
According to approved statistics, tho
Hawaiian Islands Import annually, to
tho United Stntcs at least lG,00O,O0u
worth ot sugar, and should It bo made
possible for this city to build upon tlw
shores of Puget sound a refinery large
.enough to handle, this enormous quan
tity of sugar tho city of Seattle would
niivo a new meaning to tho Islander,
and her trado on tho Pacific would bc.
11 tit it the movo Is to bo mado It Is
tlmo the citizens ot Seattlo wcro wak
ing up and doing. Her natural rival,
San f'ranclsco, will not sit quietly back
and allow this city to walk away with
n plum that will mean much to tho fu
ture, of both places, and It was thought
advlsablo at last night's meeting to
agitato tho question at once beforo It Is
Tho' Hongkong Mam anchored off
port at about 1:3 Oo'clock this after
noon but nns not yet como Into port.
Dr. Wood Is giving tho steamer n very
Tho Transport Logon continued on
her way to A.anlln Sunday morning.
Only ho who lives a life of his own
"an help tho lives of other men. Phil
HONOLULU i' SCHOOL
Day and Night Classes
ROOMJ 1I-I, jr.t Poor f 9 A, M.-4 P. M
IIOURi 1 7io J'JO P. M
MAUI ELECTS DELEGATES
Complement Coming to
Lahalna D fflcuity Easily Stilled -Primaries
Were'Qulet Affairs Mdiiy Waiting
to Sea Results.
Wallukti, May 2G. Tho first meeting
of the delegates elected nt tho various
primaries on Maul last week was held
In tho Wnlluku court house Wednes
day afternoon, May 23d. Among the
delegates present were: Wnlluku, Get
lions; Knhulul and Sprcckclsvlllo' T.'
M. Cnurch; Honuaula, A. N. Xcpolkal;
Makawao, P. W .Hardy; Hnmakuapo
ko, II. A. Baldwin, Rev. J. Kalino and
O. C. Lindsay; Hana, Hugh Howell;
Kcanae, Hugh Howell; proxy for 1).
P. Kupcwa; iiipahula, none; Lahalna,
E. Carle ton; ltonokohau, it. C. Scarlo;
I'ukoo, Molokui, D. II. Knhaulcllo:
Mr. Kcpoikal was called to tho chair
and 1). C. Lindsay was made secretary
of tho district convention. The chair
then appointed il. A. llaldwln, Ceo.
lions and P. W. Hardy ns n committee
on credentials. After n icw minutes
spent in Inspecting the credentials, Mr.
Ualdwln made an oral report that tho
committee found most ot tho creden
tials in duo form excepting those ot E.
Carlcton and S. M. Kaaukal who both
presented credentials from Lahalna
Mr. Carlcton then stood up and
claimed ho was tho only legitimate
delegate from Lahalna, and that Mr.
Kaaukal (whom ho saw for tho first
tlmo in tho Wailuku court house) was
not prcb'cnt at the meeting held at La
halna on Saturday afternoon, Mny ltith,
and that his naino was not even nomi
nated. Mr. Kaaukal replied that ho re
ceived two votes out of tho six cast and
had obtained tho signature ot D. K.
Kahaulello, chairman, because he
thought tnat ho was entitled to the
other and was willing to work together
in harmony with his brother delegate
from Lahalna, but if Mr. Crnleton
claimed he was tho only delegate he
would challenge Mr. Carlcton to ko
back to Lahalna and run again for the
omce. At this juncturo I). K. Kahau
lello was called Into tho court house
nnd explained tho reason why there
wcro two delegates from Lahalna
whereas It was entitled to one. Mr.
Kahaulello stated that as there were
only two nominees at the meeting hold
In Lahalna and Mr. Carleton received
four votes and Kaaukal two votes, he,
tho chairman thought It was proper
for Kaaukal to represent Honokohau
district not knowing nt tho tlmo that
that district had already returned Mr.
Scnrlc. Tho convention then approved
the credential of Mr. Carlcton and re
jected that of Mr. Kaaukal.
Tho following delegates to tho Ter
ritorial convention wero then ngreed
Moloknl D. II. Knhnulello, Magis
trate J. II. Muhoo and Joel Naknlctn.
Lahalna It. C. Scarlo nnd Matt Mc
Cann. Wnlluku A. N. Kcpoikal, Judge J.
W. Knlua, tco. Hons and W. J. Low
rlo. Hana Hugh Howell and A. Hock
ing. Hamakunpoko and Mukawao Rev.
J. Kalino, A. P. Tnvnres, K. U. Cnrley,
W. O. Aiken, Magistrate P. N. Kaho
kuolunn, C. D, Lavcland nnd H. P.
It was also voted that those delegates
unable to go to Honolulu could be
represented by proxies nt tho conven
tion. Tho meeting then adjourned
WITH THE YACHTS.
Tho following yachts went down to
Pearl Harbor Saturday afternoon: Ewn,
Captnln White; Marlon, Captain Light
foot; Abblo M Captnln Dow; Dewey,
Captnln Johnson and Malolo, Johnson
Whllo going into tho harbor the
Marlon struck on tho bar and did not
get oft until high tldo Sunday. Tho
Abblo M. threw out a lino Saturday
but was unablo to get the Marlon off.
Clarence Macfarlano brought tho La
Pnloma to Honolulu from Pearl Har
Tho Bonlo Dundee, Hcalanl nnd Ha
waii nro now tho only bonts remaining
that nro not In commission. It is ex
pected that theso will soon bo sailing
with tho remainder of tho licet.
BEiR.GS'X'IR.OiM: iMLTTSIQ OO.
ANOTHER MURDtR TRIAL
Charles Dowoiog the Defendant for
the Killing of Ioal.
Sixteen cf the Panel Eicused Btfore Twelve
Jurors Are Found Satisfactory
0;bt: Court Hatters.
Chailes Downing was placed on
.rial before Judgo Stanley this morn
.ng, under ln;ctment of murder In tho
iccontl degree. The offense Is enarged
n connection with a cutting affair at ii
.tatlve luau In Ltliha street early on a
Sunday morning. Poal, ono of threo
wounded Hawallans, died somo days
later In tho (Jiicen's Hospital. Deputy
Attorney General Dolo Is assisted In
prosecuting by J. W. Cnthcnrt. Charles
Crclghton nnd L. XI. Strauss appenr for
It took uutll 10:30 o'clock to obtain a
Jury. J. D. l'rcgloan and t,. J. Ludwlg
sen wcro excused by consent. W. M.
Cunningham, Geo. S. Harris Jr., I. Ru-
uenstoln, J. Kfllngcr, T. Wolff. E. II.
Wodchousc, C. H. Collins, L. Marks and
Jns. Mclncruy wero excused for cause.
Tho defendant challenged W. L. Hop
per, A. D. Larnach. K. It. O. Wallace,
E. 0. Whlto and P. S. Lyman. This
mado sixteen Jurors altogether who
stepped tlowu nnd out after being call
Tho following Jurors being found
satisfactory by both sides wero sworn:
J. J. Egnn, 11. It. Campbell, O. It. Car
ter, C. II. Clapp, C. IJ. Cray, II. Zerbe,
Fred. Phllp, L. C. Aulcs, Jas. L. Tor
bcrt, J. T. Copelnnd, Geo. Angus and
II. J. Gallagher.
A recess was taken for court, coun
sel nnd Jury to view tho premises
where tho crime Is alleged to havo been
Jennie Alexander's suit for damages
of 120,000 against tho Canadian-Australian
Steamship Co. wns still on trial
before Judgo Davis this morning.
Charles Carter has rendered his ac
count as administrator of the cstato of
Edward Dowsctt, deceased, showing re
ceipts of J21.230.4S and payments or
S23,GS0.33, leaving n cash balance of
DELEGATE TO CONVENTION
Many of tho delegates to tho Repub
llcan Territorial Convention, which
will open In Progress hall at 10 o'clock
Wednesday morning, havo arrived In
town. Tho Klnau brought tho delega
tion from tho Plrst District, Island ot
Hawaii, ns follows: A. ii. Locbcu
stcln, P. S. Lyman, C. S. Smith, M.
V. Holmes, K. N. Weight, S..L. Deslm,
W. II. Sm.th. N. Wlllfong, John Scott
nnd J. II. McDonough, tho remaining
two, W. S. Wise nnd J. Dillon being
represented by proxy.
S. W. Kckuewn and II. L. Holstcln,
of tho Second IDstrlct, arrived in tho
Klnau. Tho otuers nro expected In the
Manna Loa tomorrow, viz.: J. K. N'a
hale, J. D. Paris, K. A. Prascr, V,. Pna
kikl. M. L. Scott, W. H. Greenwell, ().
P. Knmanohn, S. W. Knol, W. J.
Wright, J. Kauhane.
W. J. Sheldon, J. K. Knpunlal, Dr.
Snndow, nnd M. 0. I. Blnckstnd aro
here ns tho delegation from the Sixth
District, Wnlmcn, Kauai. They came to
attend an island convention at Llhue,
but found no delegates ban been elect
ed there. On consultation with Repub
licans there, howovcr, tho Wnlme.i
Jclegntcs como to represent the Garden
tl oil Suspended.
Captnln I loll of tho police forco has
been suspended by Marshal Brown
pending tho investigation of certain
charges. Iloll has been a most cfllcicut
ofllcer nnd It Is hoped by his friends
that ho will he reinstated In his posi
tion Hjiwnll Police Office.
Mr. Eaton, formerly captain of polled
In Olaa, lias been appointed deputy
sheriff of Kau.
Win. Yntes, formerly deputy shorlll
of Kau, has been mndo deputy sheriff
of South Kona In placo of Laznro.
If you wish to get lino Pugarces call
in Iwnkaml nnd get somo to suit the
color of your hats.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All bUi, all Buupea. II. V.
LABOR CONVENTION NEXT
Plantation Managers Will
Haul Plan Seems to Meet Wllh Favor-Census
Blanks Call lor Hiis ol Iufoimatlon
Fri'tn Sugar Estates.
There was a meeting of tho Trustees
of the Hawaiian Planters' Association
this morning, nt tho offlco of C. M.
Cooke, president. The chief matter of
discussion was tno forming of brnnch
Inbor supply associations on all the isl
ands. That lately formed on tho Isl
and of Maul Is the origin of tho con
Should the idea be carried out, tho
different branches will elect delega
tions to a central conference on labor,
which will bo held fiom tlmo to tlmo
as deemed expedient. The matter will
bo further consldeicd at an adjourned
meeting on Monday next nt 10 o'clock.
'1 he matter of the census blanks fur
nhhed to tho plantations for tho Feder
al census of lttOO received some con
sideration nt tho meeting. Thero aro
jxhnustlvo questions In the schedulo as
to tho real and personal property held,
the expenses, profits, etc. With n view
to having tho different planting corpor
ations work together In tho manner of
answering tho questions tho meeting
appointed this comlmttec: W. M. Oit
fard, Jas. II. Castle and P. A. Schnefcr.
DISCUSS &EWLR AND ROADS
There wns to havo been a conference
held with the Executive Council tli.-i
moimng by Mr. Edwards, superinten
dent of sewer construction, mid John
Wilson, contractor on tho outfall sew
er, and his bondsmen. Owing to tho
iionnppcnrunc cot Mr. Wilson nnd his
bondsmen, tnc discussion of tho mat
ter was delayed. TI10 subject was a
report mado uy Mr. lidwards In regard
to the present nnd prospective condl-
tlon of the outfall sewer, nnd especial
ly In regai u to such delay lu the con
struction that pciformanco within thu
contract tlmo is Improbable.
Walter K. Wall of tho Survey de
partment and Murston Campbell, Rond
Supervisor, were In consultation with
tho Executive Council.
It wns voted that tho Superintendent
of t'ubllc Works be Instructed not to
grant any building permits until tlui
Surveyor General or his deputy Bhall
havo certified that the street lino ha;
been located on tho ground, and, fur
ther, that tho Road Supervisor shall In
spect the location of nil buildings
hereafter with refcrenco to their erec
tion on tho Hues nnd grades designat
ed by tho Suivey department; nnd, fur
ther, that tho Superintendent of Public
Vorks shall Immediately notify the
.ontl Supervisor In writing ns to thw
respective locations mid grades upon
signing any such permit.
At tides of association for tho Wn
lilawa Sugar Co., Ltd., Hatlcy's Hono
lulu Cyclery Co., Ltd., and the Hono
lulu Clay Co. wcro referred to the
TROUBLE IN KONA.
Sheriff Andrews of Hawaii wroto to
Marshal Brown by tho Klnau, saying
he hud been to thu Kona Sugar Co.'s
plantation to Invcstlgnto the trouble
netween tho Japanese and tho manager,.
Mr. Coerper. Tho strike hnd been a
determined one but the backbone of it
nad ticcn broken.
Tho sentiment of people In Konn as
learned by private advices Is that the
manager wns wholly to blame for tho
strike ns he arbitrarily cancelled con
tracts of Japanese according to his
Ideas In tho matter.
As ii result of tho Btrlkn sixteen
Japanese, wcro nrrcsted and taken to
tho North Kohala Jail tor beating it
countryman because ho would not Join
In tho movement against tho planta
tion. Both the fellow's legs, an arm
and his 110M0 wore broken, Tho eacn
was continued to Juno 18 to glvo tho
Injured man a chance to recover. It Is
feared lie will die.
The rIjJcpii JnpanesH wero removed
lo Kohnla .localise) It wns feared nn at
tempt to icsciie them might be mndo
by their sympathizers.
To l.ooh Up An Ilntatc.
Wiilluku, May 2fl. Mr. Wheeler,
bookeepcr of tho Wnlluku Sugar Co.
will boon imy 11 visit to his homo In
England in order to look up matters
relating to it largo cstato recently left
to him by a relative. Mr. Wheeler ex
pects to bo nwuy several mouths.
Gent's HerniBdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 'iX cents,
.it L. II. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen Btioct for
ono week only; don't fall to see them.'
The Transport Flintshire B...kd for
Manila nt about 1:30 o'clock today, af
ter having embarked a hundred horses
from Camp Ruhlen.
Tonight at the Orp&enm
Tho rollicking "llcggnr Student"
with Its wit and fun, Its burlesque, lovo
making and romance begins tho week
and opens the engagement of th
Southwell Opera Co. at tho Orphcum
tonight. Tho plot which Mlllockcr has
surrounded with such charming music
Is ns follows: Otncrnl Ollcndorf, Mr.
Wolff, piqued by tho failure of his suit
with Laura, tho beautiful daughter of
tho Countess Palmctlca. A step too far
In his courting brings upon him the
Insult of a Vow from tho proud Laura's
fan for which ho Is resolved to have
roveuge. The General then takes from
prison n poor student, ono Syraon Im
prisoned for debt nnd dressing htm In
princely trappings aids him to pass oft
as a gcntilno heir royal hoping to en
tangle Laura In a mesalliance. Tho
plot succeeds, the wedding takes placo
nnd tho real rank of tho "Ueggar Stu
dent" Is revealed to tho mortlticntloit
of the hungry brldo nnd tho confusion
of the unlucky bridegroom. Tho Gen
eral's satisfaction, however, Is soon
checked by thu activity of Jnnttsky, an
ofllcer who was acting ns Symon's sec
retary during his masquerade.
Jnnttsky ts in lovo with liura'a sis
ter and anxious to aid his future brother-in-law
nnd win tho smiles of his
lary love contrives, with Symon's aid
to obtain Information that permits
Grand Duko Stanislaus ot Poland to
capture tho citadel nnd restore Cracow
to Polish domination. Tho "Beggar
Student' 'for whom Laura has declared
her love despite his lowly rank Is made
n'count nnd "nil live happy ever after."
The plot has a marked similarity to
that of tho "Lady of Lyons" set to bril
llnnt music and is rcpleto with rich and
plcturcsquo costumes for both princi
pals and chorus, the ladles ot tho latter
having 11 splendid opportunity to dis
play their shapeliness In military trap
pings. Ilogtin Gn ns Tlmo.
Tho Orphcum management presented
Hogan with a costly timekeeper on Sat
urday night In the mlddlb of tho col
ored comedian's specialty. The hand
some watch Is suitably inscribed and
umntcly decorated with tho Hawaiian
l"-oal ol '"",B '" '" ui,ou l"u u"tR
Manager Cohen In making tho presen
tation termed It n token of C3teem for .
tho Interest shown by Hognn and th
excellent work presented by him an
his company under Hogan's capab'
management. Hogan was palpably su
prised but returned thanks In a cha
nctcrlstlc speech In which ho annouc
cd his intention ot speedily rcvisim
Honolulu with nn exceptional compa
and some day making his home In II
Want Flng Changed.
When tho America Mam was In por
some of th colllcers mado the statement
that Influence would be brought to bear
to havo tho ling of the steamers ot the
T. K. K. lino changed to American.
This Is of course with nn Idea to have
tho steamers run hero on tho satno old
basis, bringing ami taking Island pass
engers. The olllccrs nil want this
change to como about.
For lino full dress shlrtH at $1.00 each
L. II. Kerr & Co., Queen street. Thcs
dilrts nro strictly high grudu as to ,
and quality. "
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just oreneJ by the..
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with ro4 SU,
Eood style and good ww.
If you cannot come In with voir
children, send them In and they will re
celve just the same care and attention
and their ect will be just as caretull
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot th
bill, and promise you that both will U