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Vol. IX. No. 1500
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY .10. F1900,
Pitici: 5 0i:N7.
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Good Workmen in Hono-
lulu Have No Use
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wit i na,ii niiivninii,tt k ,,
How Alex. Young Showed His Tact
Whpn thf Hnnnlnlii Irnn WnrkR
A Machinists Held a Luau
i l of being drunk In his hack. He plriut-
' jjfl"llae you seen the traveling deleted guilty and Attorney Vivas, "who np
ato your way" was asked of n me- I pea red for the hack driver tsked for
chanla holding a billet In a sugar mlll.i the leniency of the Court.
"No, but I heard there was ionr" - Bherlff Hrown and Deputy Sbeillf
around," was answered. 1 Chllllngworth both asked that. Ferry
" "It's no use for such fellows to cow j license be cancelled but Judg1' Wilcox
' here," the mechanic wentton to.sayNwns willing to give hlui nnotlrii
"They are regarded here only as fel- chance and Imposed the fine cf (5 anil
lows who can't hold down a Job them-i costs.
' selves and want to make a living off , t
men, who can hold down their Jobs, r 1
"Take the Honolulu Iron Works, for !
'Instance. There's never been nvwei
. than two or three men there who
i vowed themselves as union men. Only
.men who enn do their work stay there,
but they get better pay than tluy
would In 'Frisco. If an) one goes Into
that shop to talk Unldn there'll bs n,
'"Still, It has been found there that
'the attempt to get overtime out of the
'men without extra pay was a mistake.
That Is how the separate night shift
camo to be put on in rush times. The
men did not combine and strike, but
the results of their longer hours sim
ply amounted to little or nothing.
"There Is no sign of a combination.
In the works. The men In the boiler
shop are the only ones who seem In
t -any way toxoid togetbejr. j$.,
"Tlio men of the Honolulu tro'i
Works are mainly of a class that wll.
work for good wages without halng
to bo watched. Aleck Young found this
out In n curious way some years ago
when he was manager.
"There was a heavy Job for a sugar
mill promised to bo shipped on a cer-
tain day. The night before the rra- tnln geubury very kindly sent these to
chine shop force wns put on It nfte-.the ronuol8 in uoat nd ittelvid
doing their full day. They took It frora Cnptan pon,j the Ietter to Caj.
wlth good nature and turned toll Into taln Merry mentioned above.
a Jolly good time. . ,n ,lU lettcri (nte(1 jy jt Cnptnln
"There was no srlnklng at nil but a I ,,oml btutcs thati on tlle trlp to t!jc kl.
louker-on would not think there wustnmt onj 32 tons of coal were con
""" ' sumed. With the 200 tous lelt aboard.
$200.00 lR PRIZES.
The BULLETIN Offers to the per -
ons who, between February 1st and
July 31st, shall send n the largest
umber of new subscribers, the fol
wing prizes :
lat Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 970.
Tht winner of the 1st prize is it liberty
e choose between models 00, 92 and 94 of
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 9
It light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs and
Modeloo a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs.
Tht bicycle to be selected from the stock
tfthe Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
bt made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
8nd Prize, Slnftcr 8ewln Ma
Tht winner of this prize may choose
bttween 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
machine will be fumbhed by B. Ber
ftcracn, sole agent for the Hawaiian
rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x6, with Outfit, $40.00.
Tht Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack anc
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
awd 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
apply Co., sole agents.
4tk Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 8 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
sleeted from the stock of the Ber5strom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
Tht follow Ing conditions of the contest
lust be Observed : cumpany ui jiuusetvii ivuugn jviucic.
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at a meeting will be held tonight it
lust three months in advance. ,7 30 in the Chamber of Commerce
r. No renewal or transfers of subscript ' ,, , , , . ,,
tlons will be counted In this contest as rooms at which chairmen of all pre
tw subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
, Subscriptions should be sent In as
toon as secured, together with the name I
and address of the person to u horn the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to Rive ACCURATfcLY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: I8.00 per year,
ti.00 for three months; strictly In a J vanct
much hard work. Hilly ttoe was nt the
lathe singing "Merry, Merry Mnlilc'
Shortly before midnight e test out
1 nnd got n keg of beer from Pete 0 Sul
Ihnn. It was emptied Into buckets mil
at 12 o'clock we got around tbnt beer
with our lunch palls.
"We were enjoying our lunch Unit
way when In walked Aleck Young. He
never said a word to us, but patEid
right through the shop. When he
came back about a quarter of teven lu
the morning and saw that the engine
wasn't "going he thought the hands bud
knocked oft without finishing the Job
"It was there, though, all ready to be
shipped. I tell you, Aleck Young has
uK 'wad." and ,h? lenker tnppd
i hU bwn.coconput wltllMStftver tips,
It he hai tared up'all hanxi wcull
have walked out thnt night
"No. There's no show fcr n walk-"
Ing delegate among the mechanlm o(
Manuel Perry appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on the chain1
U. S. TUGBOAT BUSY
,AT MIDWAY ISLAND
China Left Mall en the Last
Trip and Received Letter
From Captain Pond
News has been received by Captain
Merry of the Natal Station that tic
U. S. S. Iroquois Is pjffciand tcunil nt
HMssMMlMRMfti4Pto .he cable
survey work for which she wau cent
This ncwB was received In a litter
from Captain Pond that arrived n the
City of Peking. It will be reaoembeud
that, when the China sailed on ber lott
trip to the Orient, she carried a lot of
tapers and mall for the Iroquois. Cip-
the Iroquois would be enabled to travel
It 11 no Funnrlml li Ilia inmtrnintli
of the Iroquois that all the work 'jn'
1 the-lsluna had W.completed but that
thwe wag 8,in tne 0llU(Ie wojU t0 ur
DMemlea to. When the letter was
written the tugboat was waiting tor
the weather to clear up In order to do
this outside work. ,
While working near shore, the J10
quois picked up one of Captain Walk
er's anchors, weighing about 2000
Captain Pond reports eerjbody well
aboard, plenty of food nnd plenty of
water. The Iroquois will be batk be
tttun August 10 nnd IP.
Next Saturday Night
The Ilepuhllcan committee having In
charu the reception of ruurnlng dtle
gates met In tho Chamber o Com
merce rooms Saturday afternoon .xud
decided to hold the Republican rally
and ratification meeting next Saturday
cenlng In the drill shed. The meeting
will be held whether he delegates ar
rive 01 the Australia or not.
Previous to the session In tho drill
shed a torch light procession will
parade the business streets. This will
include the Young Men's Republican
Club and blcjcle corps as planned bo
fore, and Major Zelgler, Captains John
son, Wilcox, Murray and Costa wore
appointed a committee to orgnnlzo a
Bmelal marching drill corps W. II.
I S1" n appointed to get up a
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
ROOMtii.it irlhwr J A, ip m
Houm I 1 10-g jo r
ilnct clubs are expected to be prcsTt
to complete the plans for tlio parade.
The list of speakers will remain the
i time with the possible addition ofj,
loen lu uu cmicu cm in event ui uiu
lallure of any of the delegates to ap
pear. The Normal 'nstructor.
Messrs. llaldwln and Kclltnol ale
normal Instructors at large and not as
signed to particular districts. When
the other two Instructors arc appoint
ed, the four will change about among
the circuits. Thus each one will be
tome acquainted with all parts of thn
Territory, and take his turn In the
hard ax well as the easy narts. Ha
waii Is one clrf u1tf)kJtb.Molokal audL
Lannl form anoiner. Honolulu is a
rlrcu'lt of Itself. Oahu outside of Ho
nolulu and Kauai make up the fourth.
""Dca.h of Mm. Nnwalilne,
Walluku, July 28. Tho wife of Ilev.
O. Nawahlne of Walhce, Maul, died on
Thursday of this week. She had been
tick for over a month. Hcv. Ktilkahu
conducted the funeral sen Ices yester
day. The dtctasi'd was born In Wal
hce over C3 ears ago, and wns married
to Ilev. O. Nawahlne In 1SCI. About
twenty children were born to them, of
whom only six are living. The funeral
was ver) largely attended b) frlcm's
nnd relathcs of the deceased. She was
burled In the Walhce, cemetery.
Gcler Olflccra Entertained.
J. 1'. Hackfeld, Consul for Ucrmnny,
yesterday entertained the commander
nnd six omcers of II. I. (I. M's cruiser
Oder at Wulalae. Paul It. Iscnberg got
up a big luau for the party at his ram h
headquarters. Among the guests wpm
20 Ocrman residents Thr Hawaiian
htrlng orchestra was In attendance.
All of the decorations were In the Ger
Dtcd From InJurleH.
Walluku, Jul) 28. Tho Japaneso la
borer who mc with a ery serious ac
cident In the new tunnel for the Wal
luku plantation died last Tuesday. Dr
B. Armltagc has been attending the
Injured man. The funeral took phirj
laBt Wednesday, the procession being
headed by 11 Buddhist priest in full
regalbt of his salntl office
Tending Nahlku Cane.
Walluku, July 28. W. A. Mc
Kay returned this week from n visit to
his estate at Nahlku. He reports that
the Nahlku plantation Is almost aim.
down, but Manager A. Horklng was
ttlll there with fifty Japanese labonis
tending to 300 aires of newly plantel
Ihc dcrmaii warship Oder sails for
China ut 3.30 o'clock this afternoon or
as soon thereafter ns possible. Se
cannot linger here nn longer although
her ollliers would like to so a little
more of Honolulu on nciount of 1'ie
good time the) have been Bhoun since
their arrival Friday afternoon.
Maul 'Phone Improvements
Walluku, July 28. 13. n. Carley,
manager Maul Telephone Company,
expects the new switch board for tin
Walluku central oltlco to arrive by tho
schooner S. T. Alexander which left
San Francisco for Kahulul on tho Hth
Hawaii to the Front.
A call his been Issued to patriotic Am
ericans of Honolulu to volunteer for service
at the front In China. A compiny is be
ing orginlred and applications bhould be
sent to P. O. Box 519.
Kcott Kuloon AlunnAcr.
Wulluku, July 28. W. O. Siott, lato
head lima of Walluku plantation, has
siuceedid Jan. II, Thomas, ns manager
of tho Wulluku saloon, Mncfurlane &.
Aged German Diet.
Carl lluchholtz, aged about 70 years,
died at his homo near tho Mormon
church yesterday. He was married and
a nattvo of Wusterhausen, Germany.
There wns n grand collision at the
eorner of Hotel and Alakea streets yes
terday afternoon. A Chinese hack ran
Into two Chinamen. One of tho fel
lows remained down but the who got
up was Immediately knocked down
again by the Jumping horse. Finishing
with these two, tho horse mado for a
lio) on a blc)cle and toppled htm owr.
Fortunately, no damage was done.
Iw.iknml, Hotel streetr Is offering b
new lino of linen eenlirpleces for ta
bles, embroidered lu fancy colors.
There will bo a vlsltutlon of the
Daughteis ot lUbcknh ut the lliitmnu)
iiLdge, 1 O O F line ting tonight nnd
n good time Is nssiiied Seo speclil
notice) of this meeting on pago 8.
Great salo of boots nnd shoes nt 5
cents mi tho dollar at L. II, Kerr it
Co.'s shoe house, corner ut Fort ntu'
So J. E. Bush Thinks With
Regard to Land
THE POOR AS WELL AS
RICH HAYE RIGHTS.
Mr. Bush Accuses the Superintend
dent of Public Works of Acting
for the Rapid Transit
John 13. Hush, former Minister of the
Interior, is up In arms for what bo
deems the constltutloiial sacredncss of
his propcrt). He denounces Bupeiln
tendent McCandtesnV attitude toward
him us anything but! Impartial nnd f'llr
between manand man or, In the mut
ter 01 uispute, uciwicn government
nnd citizen. -I
The lontrovcrs) arises over the pro
posed extension of' Fort strict to Pauoa
road. Mr. Hush draws from his pocket
n map to show the situation. Ills land
13 bounded on one side by the I 'aim
stream. The new street lino leaves him
a thin strip on that side starting at a
cipher In depth nnd widening to "
feet at tho butt'cml Flft) feet width,
between the strip and the runalnder,
comes out of his lot for the street.
"Mr. McCnndless proposes to take nil
this land nwa) from me without com
pensation other than betterment. I
might not kick, perhaps, If others were
treated the same way. Hlih owners
are, however, treated far differently.
"Here Is the Illshop 13state with Its
millions gets a wharf built for Itself In
exchange for land given to extend n
street on the city front. Mr. Mcln
tyre, for a little Jog practically of small
Milne Is promised to have the lot In
tront ot his house nileil in by tne uo
ernment. Mr. llooth gets land away
out at Mollllli In exchange for what Uc
loses in the Vineyard and llcrctanla
"Then, lor the Mllllanl street exten
sion, one (Jut en street owner gets
(4000 damages, while Mr. Kane is al
lowed $7000 as a compromise on his
rlalm of J 1 2,000.
"Ilcsldcs what 1 lose for tho ro.i 1
wii), this entire strip Is mado praitl-
all valued) bu. 'I here is a bank at
the wider end which makes It narrow
er even tin re than the map shows.
"Mr. McCundless tills mu I will be
iipald by the betterment In opening up
ui) lot to ncccss b) a good street. Yes,
I tell hlm.biit I and my heirs and sue
ctssois will pay one per cent taxis on
the Increased valuation for all time.
"He says that when wo have muni
cipal government I will havo to pay for
sidewalks and sewers hi front of my
property. L repl) that when that tliie
tomes he will not have to do with 't.
I may bo In his place. The people will
take tare that they will not have n
municipal system that will rob them
ot their property without compensa
tion. "It is nil a schemo of tho Kapld
Iranslt Co. Mr. MiCnndless wants to
get land for nothing from poor own
era that ho may think cannot defenl
their lights, nnd nil for tho benefit ot
the tramcius ot himself mid those for
whom ho is mtlng. tin Is lu there,'
Mr. Hush pointing to the Judd bull 1
lug, ''consulting with Mr. Jones every
"I object to different trcutment from
other porperty owners. They tnlk
about what kanaka statesmen have
done, but kannkas would never bo
guilt) ut such transactions us thc3C
"How Is It," nnd Mr. IliiBh guve a
gesture across Merchant street, "thnt
the (lov eminent nllows all that spice
in there to be Jammed with inflam
mable material, while Insisting on
nuthlng but stone nnd brick bulldlngi
nil around? That property fchould !o
condemned for tho public benefit."
Three iSoytt Arrentcd.
After repeated warnings to boys who
Imvo been in the habit of bathing neai
tho Wnlklki bridge minus bathing
suits of an) kind, Captain Fox ot the
Mounted Patrol took oiinslon to ar
nst three Sunday afternoon. They
were tuk'ii to tho polite station and
linked up our nlghr, ns n matter of
discipline. This morning they wir"
allow id to go on thilr way.
Wm. CrewcH Again.
After kieplng straight for ovor
eight mouths Wm Clew is was again
iirresliil Huturdu) night on tho eliaiyo
of drunkenness. Ho pleaded guilty lo
the chargo In tho I'olko Court this
lorennon mid was fluid (2 nnd costi.
It will be remembered that Crvvseu
was sentenced to thirty days' Imprli
onment by Judge Wilcox cm his Inst
appearance In the Police Court. The
caso was appealed by Attorney Knul'i
kou nnd, when It came to trial In the
Circuit Court, Judge Stanley suspend
ed sentence. This suspension of sen
tence would have been completed nt
Monday but It seems that Crew es could
not stand the pressure.
At the Orpheunt.
Tho Orphcum was crowded to the
doors Siturday night to enjoy the
vaudeville performance which the
evidently did, that Is the greater part
of it. Aside from one really bad turn
the entertainment was good and in
Jerry Mills' ncrobatlc act and John
Pamplon the Juggler carried off tho
honors of the evening Iloth were
members of the McAdoo company that
plued hero on the way to tho Colonics
nnd nrc not strangers to Honolulu up
plause. At Honolulu Plantation.
The mill building nt the Honolulu
plantation, now being put up b) the
Itfsdou Iron Works, Is about two
thirds completed. It Is expected that
December will sec the finish In addi
tion to the building of the mill, the
Hisdon Iron Works tins n contract lo
Install three pumps of the twenty, nine
and seven million gallons capacity, re
spective!). THEY CAN VOTE BUT
NOT HOLD OFFICE
Unlawful Storage of Merchandise In
Kerosene Warehouses CIvllJ
Restoration - Quieting
Attorney General 13. P. Dole tl Is
morning presented to the Governjr
a list of persons sultnblo to have tlv'r
civil rights restored.
Tr usurer T. F. 1 Jinslng '(slleil ut
tentlon. to the fact that, contrary to
law, the two kerosene warehouses
were being used for the storage of gen
Mr. I.-insIng nlt.ii reported the papers
of U Turner & Co , Ltd , Hllo, In prop
J. A McCnndless. Superintendent of
Public- Works, showed 11 map of the
pioposed widening of Oneeii street.
'1 ho application of the Ifnnl!im I
Electric Co. for leave lo lay a. plpal
iicioss Alakea strict from Its works
to the Sailors' Home was referred to
F.I. Leslie's application for eiiilcttng
tltluc was deemed proper to lie left to I
action by the Legislature on the gen
eral subject. This Is a withdrawal
from the position taken the other da),
that the applicant shoukl pa) 11 quar
ter of the present vnluiitlon for quiet
ing of his title.
The- Attorney General raised the
question ot citizens naturalized since
Juno 14 voting. It was the opinion nt
tho council that such citizens could
vote but not hold office until residence
of 0110 year after their naturalization.
'Ihc watchman at Kiimehimiha Is
dangerously Insane. It has been 110
tind that his actions tor several das
past have bun erratic, to sa) the leas'.
Yesterday ho was worse than tver and
this morning, tho patrol wagon wns
sent for. Upon urriwtl at the poltie
station, It was found necessiry to put
tho poor fellow In Irons, so dangerous
did he become. Dr. Fmerson will examine-
htm thin nricrniMiu. There, Is
hnrdly any doubt of the outcome.
W. II. CUMNING8 DEAD.
Word was received by tho Eldsvold
this morning that W. II. dimming,
former road supervisor, who left for
Japan several months ago, died at Ku
entsii springs earl) this month. Tie
letter wns received by Win. Gumming,
son of the deceased, who states that
the dato of the death of his father was
not given In tho letter.
Tho Democrats of the cit) have glv
en up tlulr Idea ot u luau and will we!
come their delegates homo in u meet
ing nt the drill Blicd Wednesda) even
ing. At that time It Is expected thit
nil the delegutcs will bo hue to hi)
something about the tonventlon nt
TELEGRAM PHOM WASHINGTON
A iop) of a telegram received bv
Chinese Consul 'Wing Wei Pin from
W11 Ting Fang, the t'hluisu Minister
ut Washington, li the Itlo de Jane ho,
Is being ixtenslvel) distributed nmotig
the ChlncKo'nf the clt) In this tele
gram It Is stilted that China cannot he
btnmed for the present state ol affair,
ltussln, on account of her aggressive
ness Is responsible for the whole of
the trouble In China. Further, the Chi
nese look upon all foreigners ns Itt&
slans and are killing them right aid
left on that account They cannot
tell the difference between one kin I -il
white man and another.
8lckncH at Klliel
It Is stated on good authority thvt
tour of the men working on (he pump
ing plants at Klliel plantation are be
coming ill right along. Acordlng o
latest advices one man had died and
four or live were In the hospital. It
Is thought thnt the digging up of thet
new soil hns caused this epidemic.
8. 8. Eldnvold.
Tho Norwegian freighter Hldstolj
nrlrved from Kobe, Japan this mark
ing with a cargo of 800,000 bricks jnd
8000 packages of general nn-rchandlv
for 11. Ilackfeld Co. Slu made the
trip In about 12 das. The I3idstold Is
at the Pacific Mall wharf.
Police Rained to ($40 Per.
Walluku, July 28. Tho member or
the Walluku police are happy now !
cause their pay has been raised r
Sheriff llaldwln to J 10 per month. Th
Walluku police force Is a line, nM
bodied lot of men nnd deserving ot tie
Increase of salaries.
Patrolmen Mattland nnd Kelly went
to Wnlslua Saturdny afternoon In ans
wer to II from the depot) sheriff at
Wala distance in the work of
raid , nres .alleged to be
en 'rltiimis llqtmr
w. .' -It was tlit
the pi V fo were
both raldt. . fil
ed. In nddltlo '1 .I
opium In his place
In the Police Court thu
Donohue, arrested again )cste '
the charge ot selllng'llquor wltho.
license, wns found guilty and finca
lu0 and costs.
II. K. Cooper, Secretary of the Ter-
rltory, nnd A. O. Hnwes, Secretary to
the Governor, returned the call ot the
German cruiser's commander on board
Prof. I.)nns reports that the weath
er is a trifle cooler toda) than )eslr
day. At 10 o'clock last night the tem
perature was 79'4 In the open air, th
warmest night on record In Honolulu.
I)r Tn)1(r ing rem(C(i u offlM
from ,e corntr of i,lcinril omi Ufrc,
,, ,,, , ie nctt coltaKe on
iK.retnlln 0piiiilto tlic Hawaiian hotel.
The W. G. Hall w III not be able to get
iwav for Kauui puts until Wednesday
afternoon .is she will not finish with tre.
marine railway mWII tomorrow afternoon.
Tho Initial number of lohnl Collf
Magazine has been received, and It
looks neat and complete.
THE WATEtlMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H.
A complcto 'new stock of gents
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. D. "Kerr's.
Ihc Mllllanl strct commhslon will
hold another session this evening.
It Is hardly necessary for oung doc
tars to visit roofers In order to get a
shingle to hang.
We would remind you that wehavejusl
revelved another line of :
(very st)llsh) OX FORDS
IU.ACK VICI KID,
Medium weight sole, tip perforated anl
pinked. An) toe you want.
k Swell Shoe for Swell People
FEW AS aoou
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
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