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Vol.. IX. No. 15JW.
HONOLULU, TKHHITOliy OK HAWAII, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1MJ0.
l'wri: ") Gents.
I ill IIF
Five Thousand Dollars for
Working Edwards As
EXECUTRIX IS CHARGED
WITH WASTING ESTATE
Petition for Administration Hangs
Fire-Kapiolanl Estate In Land
L. H. Dee's ncconnt ns temporary ad
ministrator of the estate of J. C, Hlor
dan, deceased, charges himself with S
milch cows and 1 surrey, and asks an
allowance of $328.25 for expenses. '
The petition for administration of
tho cstnto of the late 'I nomas ti. un-a-
nagh came up on July 13, but none of
tho Interested parties responded to the
call. The hearing wns then continued
till tho ICtli, hut It has not taken plice
Notice Is given of motion for hearing
beforo Judge Humphres on Monday
of Kaplolanl Estate Limited vs. Deb
orah l'oohlna et al.
Ilesldes the proceedings for contempt
brought by Geo. A. Davis, counsel for
G. L. Edwards, against High Sheriff A.
M. Drown, he has brought an action for
95000 damages to his client against
tho same official for compelling Ed
wards to work on the streets as a con
vict while ho was In the custody of a
writ of habeas corpus,
Tho Waslngton Mercantile Co. by its
president, Samuel Low den, for Itself
and other creditors has petitioned to
have W. E. Ilurnett appointed tempor
ary administrator of the late I!. Q
Norton of Walanae. The claims stated
arc: Washington Mercantile Co.,
9330.41; Gonsalves & Co, 400.01; W.
C. Peacock & Co., (432.45, and Lewis
& Co , S1G0.G4. It Is nlleged that Until
Kalllcha, executrix ot the will. Is not a
fit and competent person to manage the
estate, but Is allowing It to be wasted
through loose business habits, care-1
lessness and negligence. W. L. Stan-,
ley, attorney for tho executrix, con
sented to the petition and sent his
client home. When T. McCants Stew-
art, nttorney for petitioner, came up'
to put the matter through, therefore,
thcro was nobdy on hand to prove the
death of decedent. Consequently the
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who. between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
umber Of new subscribers, the fol-l
awing prizes : ' partment, to John Adair Handngcr,
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.Esq., twenty-two jenrs Chlel Clerk of
Tru winner of the ist prize Is at liberty e Department of the Interior having
a choose between models 00, 91 and 94 of performed long nnd faithful service un-
th 1900 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 04 ii der King. Queen and President, tho
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92 , , ... ... , .,
Is a light road wheel, weighing a lbs, and 'lllle8t assurance of the high tttfiu
Moderoo a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs. nnd respect of the undersigned vho
The bicycle to be selected from the stock ),ae nil had the pleasure of his ne-
i&S&SZ&ft&S "" " T'endsh.p arjd who
b made between the corresponding ladles 1 eUUy thus hear testimony of their np-
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be pieclatlon of his urbanity nnd kindness
lady'' I In the ronilmt of the bufclnens of the
Snd Prize, Singer Sewing Mn- .,,,.
. . , '.". ,' ." ' 1 It Is with feelings or regrt-t that wo
The dinner of this prize may choose 1 ' , ... , ... ,.
between these three stvles of machines: ' P" nnd wo express the hope that Mr.
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover, , Ilasslnger will have the tnjuyuieril of
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet i0B nf0 nn,j impplness nnd that good
top, both five-drawer machines, or the , . ,,, nii,mi htm nnd lils
"Automatic," with three drawers. Ti.ll,ou no nl" evcr ntUn" ""u auU "",
achlne will be lurnlsdied By u. uer-
teraen, sole agent tor tne Hawaiian
rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4xB, with Outtlt, 840.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swlni;
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack ant
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
sed with either Plates or Films. The
utfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with O Records, 630.00,
This Is the loudest and must natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stockof the Berfistrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
ust be observed :
1, All subscriptions must be prepaid at
Last three months In advance.
a. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp-
tlons will be counteJ In this contest as ,
.nk.iJiil.n, Cnl. ntmm n.1,.., V.a 1 '
W aUU9Wl'UUII9. Urtltl ItUlllt I1IU7I V. .
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
1, Subscriptions should be sent In as
toon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to. vv horn the
subscription Is to be credited, ds well as of
tho subscriber, G reat care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try Tor these prizes.
Subscription Rates: $8.oo per year,
(3,00 for three months; strictly In advance
hearing went over milll the wun.in I if
brought back lo town
Jnnnlhflti Shaw guardian f Iliilyn
Nichols llldwcll. n minor hat flkil his
nnnunl account showing rcrrtlpu of
IC74S 87 nticl pn)mcnts of ' C3 61
Klllklnn Newman answers tin IUH
for divorce of Charles A. Newman, (til
milling the truth of the allegations,
1crtlon being the mnln one.
The Knplolnnl Estate Limited lion
fined nn nmended petition fcr Injunc
tlon against Mnry it, Atcherley ami
others. It Is sought to enjoin the de
fendants from prosecuting their rjut
mont stilt ngnlnst the plaintiff fcr lands
derived from the will of Klnlmaka.
Ilnrmony Will Enttrtnln,
Harmonv Lodge of OJd Fellows Iwve
prepared a pleasant surp le pa ty for tht
Rebekah loJges next Moni v evmlntr.
Under the Rood of the orcer the lodge wll
be thrown open to the ladles of the f rater
nlty and one of the social evening fr
which the Odd Fellows are deservedly
noted w III be held. There v III b dam "
and refreshments. Memtfs ot otl.er
lodges and all visiting bro ne-s and sisie.i
are cordially Invited to take Fart.
INTERIOR OFFICE CLERKS
CALL ON MR. HASSINGER
Col. Boyd Acts As Spokesman
Beautiful Watch Charm With
Insignia of Hawaiian
As genial John Ilasslnger was about
to sit down to his noon day lunch today
he was surprised by the fecund of
heavy footsteps on his veranda Indi
cating that his house was bettkged.
The veteran cx-chlef of the Jntulor
ottlce clerical force soon discovered
that the lnvnslon was a friendly oni
and the attacking force consisted ct 'be
rank and file from the former Intcrloi
office marshaled by Col. J. H. Bcyd.
The party was Invited Into the bontc
where Col. Uoyd In his ever plcOLiut
manner presented Mr, Hfctslnfcer with
n beautiful watch charm and nn nddiciM
signed by all those who had icr-ml uu
der the former chief clerk. The charm
Is of solid gold enameled with the H.i
, wallan coat of nrcis in color. On the;
obverse side Is the inscription "John A
Ilasslnger, With Aloha from Oh i l.n
Interior Department. June 14, 1900
Accompan)lng the token ct ibttc.ni
wns the following nildress:
When In tho course of human eventa
ll becomes necessary for one person to
dissolve the ties which have bound
him to others who esteemed nnd ap
predated him, a proper ritpect foi the
opinions of mankind requires that his
founer associates should properly !
sent their opinion In such terms an
would cause a pleasureahk rtiuem
lj ranee of those whom he leaves lit
Therefore, this testimonial Is Intend-
' ed to convey, on the occasion of thin
severing his connection with the De-
JAS. H. DOYD
Plrst Assistant Clerk.
GEO. c. noss,
Third Assistant Citric.
Tourth Assistant Clerk.
Clerk Land Office.
Interior Department, Juno 14, 1100.
Mr. Ilnsslnger made fitting reply In
w 01 ds expressive of his heartfelt appre
ciation of tho good will of his furmer
rssoelntes and refreshments were serv
ed for fiituto health and happiness
Great salo of boots and shoes at 5
j cents on tho dollar nt L. I). Kerr k
Co .g Bho0 ,ouae corner of Tort am?
I , , , . ,
HONOLULU i SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Rooms ii-ii, rd Floor I 9 a.h 4 p m
Houm 1 t jo 1 jo P.
HONOR TO THEIR
Mere Man of Straw Cre
ated for Campaign
Use and Abuse.
REPUBLICAN PARTY HAS
DONE ITS MANIFEST DUTY
Policy of Lincoln, Grant and Harri
son Still Being Fulfllled-When
Would Democrats With
draw from Manila.
Washington, July 18. Imperialism
may serve as iienmpalgn senrecrow, hut
before the harvest of votes is garnered
next November, tho people will recog
nlzo that It Is but n thing ot straw.
Imperialism presupposes nn cmplr?,
nnd the mngnlflcent domain over which
our lovely banner tiles Is Imperial In Its
beauty, In Its products and In Its ex
tent. Such a wealth of hill, mountain,
plain nnd prairie, such an abundance
of crystal lakes and such a network of
commerce-bearing rivers wero never
beforo bestowed upon any people.
Every State Is nn empire; every county
Is a principality, for which, as true
Americans, we nro proud, and for
which, as Christians, recognizing God
as the (lod of nations, we should bei
This domain has been given to us by
a power thnt Is higher than any party
or policy, though the Republican party
was called into being In order to pro
test nnd battle against the division of
this mlghtly empire, which Democracy
declared, In the press. In Us platforms,
and on the bloody battlefields, should
bo divided. To this extent the chnrge
of Imperialism can with truth be made
against tho Republican party. Abraham
Lincoln wns tho embodiment of thnt
Imperial Idea, and a m;irtr to the
cause of ono tlag, one country, and one
Imperialism, If it means an) thing the
Democracy would have tho people be
lieve, Implies nn emperor, n djnnsty, a
throne, a crown nnd a scepter. Thin
feature of Imperialism, by no stretch of
partisan misrepresentation, ran ever
bo charged n gnlnst our honorable
I'resldcntand cnndldnto for tho I'rcrl
denc). Ho was the choke of tho peo
ple; ho was honestly elected In a cm
stltutlonnl manner nnd has been so
loath to opposo the will ot the pcoplq
as expressed by legislation enacted by
Congress, that In tho four Kiirs ot his
Administration ho hus vetoed but four
hills. He will serve his two terms ns
many other good Presidents, both
Dcmocrntlc and Republican, have done,
und will then glvo way to his successor.
chosen as he wus chosen, by the free
votes of n sovereign people.
Tho partisan accusation ot Imperial
ism, when translated into plain every
day English, in tho light ot tho hlsto-y
made during tho brilliant administra
tion of President McKlnley, is simply
this: Tho Republicans declare thnt It
It Is their policy not to blindly abandon
the Islands transfer! cd from Spanish In
American sovereignty by tho Tieaty of
Paris. The Dcmociacy, so far us It
has n pollc, would havo the master
nation builder of the world abandon
Its plain duty, full our tilumplinnt thg
and hunt nn cusy future rutbei than a
working future. Porto Rico, recognis
ing tho fact that she can not stand
ulonc, does not wish to become an In
dependent power, and tho only thing
possible Is for the United Statis to con
tinue Its sovereignty, which Is Republi
can, or to Invito Spain to reenter the
Western Hemisphere and commence
anew her policy of misrule, of lobbery
and extortion from which wo have i'e
llcvcrcd Cuba. To plant the customs of
tho seventeenth century In the dawn of
tho twentieth century Is Democratle.
This Is tho logknl conclusion when fie
Democratic cry of tho Democratic plat
form Ie analyzed.
Tho samo Is as truo of tho Philip
pines ns of Porto Rico. Will the Demo
crats daro to fix a ilato for tho evacua
tion of cither? 'Ihey are under the
Hag of tho Republic, und there they
will remain. 'I Ills means work nnd
thought and statesmanship for tho peo-
plo of tho United Stntes, hut It means I of liovd, Scott & Co., Customs Brokers,
blisslng nnd llbert, Justice nnd op-, Insures careful and expeditious attention to
portuulty for tho Islands placed unil-i all business entrusted to their care,
our care by solemn tie.it obligations
that wero nppiovtd by tho Senate of Hawaii to the Pront.
tho United States and urged b Mr. A ca s been SSU(.j to patriotic Am
IlDiui. Mithods of administration unit ercans of Honolulu to volunteer for service
of government uro legitimate objects at the front In Clllni. A coinpiny IS be-
1 nf n.irty diftYrpiutri. Hut nniiexat'oil
U u fact, it Is for all purposes as much
an accomplished fact as Is tho aboil
Hon of slavery, unother Republican
meusuro for which that party was hat
ed und misrepresented.
The people will learn that luiperlal-
Ism. ns rmplcijrd hy the Dcnux-rati,
I means that they would hnvr the conn
I try shirk Its duly turn Its Imrk on
destiny, count nil bloodshed ns lost,
furl tho ling nnd nlthdrnw Its protec
tion from people, who need It today
more than ever before In nil Its history,
more than ever beforo In nil their Mv
Tlin charge nf Imperialism, when
properly translated minus duty And
tho party nf Lincoln, nf Ornnt of ll.ir-
1 rlson, nnd of McKtnlcy Is wilting to
1 be charged with doing Its duty no mat
ter how hnrd that duty may be.
Stripped of all glamor the Poniocri'ts
hntn entered upon a llag-furllng cam
paign They condemn expansion, yet
wclcomo Hawaii, because its ono vote
alone enable them to ngaln attempt to
overthrow tho stable currency nf the
country. Thev decry "Imnerlnllsm."
yet shout themselves hoarse nvcr an
I Hawaiian "irlnce." They nre weleomc
to nil the votes and glory they e-in
make out of such duplicity nnd treach
ery, which will nauseate, hut never do
celve, tho true American people.
Denounces the Conduct of Dead
Trustee and Piles Charges
and Costs Upon His
Judge Humphreys dictated a decision
from the bench In the matter of tho es
tate of Antone Rodrlgues. He finds that
tho Into Antone Rosa, executor and
guardian, appointed on January 11.
1892, utterly failed in tho duties of his
trust, and n trustee thus forgetting tho
duties ot his office "cannot expect a
court of conscience to Indulge In his
favor nny presumptions.. Indeed it
would bo foolish to Indulgo n pre
sumption In favor of an Individual
when his very act shows that he Mas
violated the obligations cast upon him.
Presumptions lcld to postlve evidence
The decision concludes ngalnst the
executor ot the Rosa estate In these
"The executor will In this case, there
fore, stand charged with tho lialancv
shown to be due to the estate as of the
date of tiling his accounts, with Interest
theieon at tho into of fi per cent per
annum until date; he will be charged
with Interest nt legal rates upon the
$i,00 principal fiom the date of his ap
pointment to date; ho will b counttr
charged with tho commissions with
which ho has credited himself; ho will
bo charged with tho sum of ?S.r, counsel
fees with which ho hns credited him
self In probating this estate, the testi
mony showing that his administration
of the estate has been a poslltvo dctrl-
ment to It rnthcr thnn good; ho will
also stand charged with the Items cm
braced In each and every ono of tho in
ceptions; n master's fee fixed nt $30,
and nil tho costs of this court."
J. A. Mngoon for movants; L. An
drews for respondent.
In Jennlo Alexander vs. Canadian
Australian Steamship Co., Robertson
& Wilder fllo n motion to extend tho
tlmo for perfecting tho bill of excop
ti'.ns until August 15.
In the Police Court yesterday, "Sweet
Emclla" appeared against her husbanJ
and asked Judge Wilcox to send him to
jail for three months. She was In one of
her old time InN of temper. The judge
slzeJ up the case and sent the two home,
teMIng them to return this morning. At
that time he would scan the horizon.
Sure enough, the two went Into court
this morning, the woman with her finger
In her mouth. She was very sorry and
wanted her husband discharged. The
Judge smiled an "1 thought so1' ana al
lowed the two to go home remarking as
follows: "Yesterday you were 'Sitr
Enulla;' today yon are 'Sweet Emella' as
Cutttomti Broken a NcccHHlty.
Entetlng goods at the Custom House
now Is no longer the comparatively simple
operation It used to be under the laws of
the Republic, II requires a man of long
experience In all the Ins and outs of the
Custom House to get gols through vv 1th
anj thing like dispatch. The long experi
ence of Messrs. Boyd and Scott of the firm
1 i ..rA.nuui .nii nnli,,iin cbnnl.l K
, ,.nj f0 . o. Box 510.
rOURTH OP JULY.
A great number of Hawaiian and
American flags can bo gotten In Iwaka
mi's store, Hotel street,
Board of Education Does
J. II. GIBSON NAMED
FOR INSPECTOR. GENERAL
Two of the NevNormai Instructors
Are Appointed Details of
Teaching Force Made-
The Royal School.
Very Important business was trans
acted at a special meeting of the Hoard
of Education this morning.
Henry S. Townsenil resigned the olll
co of Inspector General of Schools,
which ho hns held for several ear,
and his resignation was accepted.
Mr. Townsenil was then nppolnt-d
principal ot the Ileretanln street school
T II. Gibson, who has been traveling
normal Instructor since tho position
wns created a few yenrs ngo, wns re
commended to be appointed as Inspec
tor Oenernl In Mr. Townsend's place.
Chns. Ilaldwln and S. Kclllnol were
appointed traveling normal Instructors
for the Hawaii and Maul circuits re
spectively, nt salaries of $2JQ n month,
they to pay their own expenses.
Superintendent Atkinson had stated
thnt Auditor Austin informed him that
these salaries could bo drawn under
Tho position vacated hy Mr. Olbson
Is still, open.
Dr. C. T. Rodgers, secretary, waa In
structed to sell the Rojnl school build
ing. Appointments of teachers were made
Paplkou Seraphim Slmao, graduate
of Normal School; Illlo Union MNs
Mary Dcjo, placo of Mrs. Kelsey, r"s,
Miss Ethel Wolfe; Honnkonau Mi's!
Calla J, Harrison, principal, tranfend
from Kekabn; MUs Trinidad Murcos,
transferred from Holunloa. Makapalt
Miss Evelyn Van Decrlln, plnce of
Mrs, Moore, transferred. Walplo Jo
seph da Sllvn, Normal School Clupala
kna r P. Rosecrans nnd Mrs i 1'
RoM'crnns, transferred from I.ahulun
lima. Kenlahou C. E. Copeland nnd
Mrs, C E Copeland, transferred from
Reform School, Nahlkii Miss Ellui
dos Rels, transferred from Pala, Wal
lau, Molokal Miss Ilcrnleo Pcahl, Nur
mnl School. Knaliumanu Mrs. Isabel
Crclghton, Miss Llzzlo Gurney, Miss
Emma Lyons, Miss Clara Gurney, Miss
Daisy Llshman, transferred fiom Kal
ulanl; Mrs. C. E. Mooio, transferred
from Mnkapala; Miss Charlotto Heck
with, Primary; Miss Clara M. Mueller,
Miss Ada C. Cleveland, transferred
from Normal School. High School
Miss Clara Zlegler. Normal and Train
ing Miss SiiBan G. Clark, place of
Mrs. McLcllan; Miss Kato Egan, place
of Miss Cleveland, transferred; Mls
Adeline O, Clark, transferred from Wn-
lilawn. Kahiiku William Isaac, trans
ferred from Knllua, Kckaha W, M
Massle, placo of Miss Harrison, res.
Wnlmoa Mrs. W. I. Wells. Ilanappo
Miss M. Johnson. Ilanamaulu Mls
Charlottu Mumfiird, iniiiclp.il, und
Miss Lottie Jordan, Normal School
Koohui Miss Ella Thronns, Normal
School, Kllauea Miss l'lorenco Hush
Normal School, place of Miss S, Peer
man, icBlgned. Walohlnu Miss Maty
I'erielrn, principal, transferred from
Mnklkl; Miss llcrtha Mario Until
Night School Knwalahao Miss Iltr
tlia Hen Talor, transferred from Wal
Prof, Koebelo Iteturntt.
Prof. Koebelo returned from Kauai
in tho W, G. Hall this morning. Whllo
In Llhue he looked over tho ground
very carefully with an Idea of a tight
against tho cane borers. Ho found tint
this pest had grently decrease I In num
bers, In the neighborhood of $9000 Inv
Ing been spent by tho plantation in the
work of destruction.
Tho enno on tho plantation Is too
young to bo worked with now, so the
Professor will postpone his next trip
until October, somo time beforo the
fall grinding begins.
SALE OF HOMESTEAD LOT
A furm of 01 ncies tn tho California
colon) section nt Wiiblnwa wab put up
for sale at tho Judlelar) building i)
Commissioner J 1 llrown nt noon
Tho upset prlco wns $300 One-fifth of
the purchase pike was pa) able In canh
tho remainder In four equal Instil
incuts. The purchaser had to maintain
his homo upon tho piemlses from tho
end of the first to the end of the fourth
)enr. Nobody alrcad) holding land un-
der rrsldcncn conditions rmiM bid.
Twenty-live per rent of the land wa la
be under bona fide cultivation by the
'end of the first ) ear r,,,
Edward H. Ilo)d. clerk of th I.in-i '
OHUe. (Tindurti'd the sale It wi..
sensational A niunnn ndvnncod IS na
tha upset price, nnd sta)ed with half
dozen bidders advancing lives sn4
tens until the $100 mark was pisneiL
All nt mice one and even two humlrM
dollar advances began to shower. JL
I). Dole, n nephew of the Governor, woa
nut with lint tlnuo. Mr. llrown sa'.d
after the sale that ho had not thought
that the land, with Its owners eon II
ttuns, would bring seven hundred dollars.
Williams, one of the evcav.Uor mar, hJ
his right hand badly Injured yesterJty.
He wayjeallng with a fractions mul an'
haJ put the brake on, Thecaperlnji ,ijj
the animal continued, the braW'tmtjle
slipped 1 cog and flew back w Itli great
force, breaking two bones of the hand and
bruising the member badly.
QUIT WORK WEDNESDAY
Go Back to Work
day or Be Put Off
It wns thought that the Japanese ou
Kauai had quieted down for good but
it seems that they have not finished yci
with their list of grievances. Follow
ing close In the footsteps of the Japan
ese at the Makee Sugar Co., a fortnight
or so ago, camo a strike of 800 of thtt
nationality at Llhue plantation Wed
nesday morning. This number cnni'i
tutes the whole working force of Jap
anese. This time, the men nre out after more
coin. They have been getting $1" a
month and now they want 120. It l
not likely they will get it.
The maungement appealed to the
police Thursday to put the Japanese
off tho plantation, but Deput) Sherl3
lib e answered thnt he w'ould not Inter
fere until the proper papers were got
out The Japanese weie not maklnc
any trouble. They had simply gone out
on a strike.
The plantation management got busy
Immediately anil notified the Japinese
that In case they did not get back to
work bj Saturday, the) would bo put
off the plantation by force Up to the
time the W G Hall left Nawillwlll yes
terday afternoon, the men had not gone
back to work.
It Is believed that the strike of tV
Japanese Is Just n big bluff, us It was
in tho case of the Makeo Sugar Co. not
long since nnd that they will return tn
work todny without the satisfaction ot
their 13 additional, per month.
Erltz Weber, former head luna of
Llhue, Is the present manager and It Is
thought that tho Japanese wero of the
opinion they could bring him to tb'lr
point of view.
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