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Vol. IX. No. 15i7
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OV HAWAII, TUESDAY. JULY 'M, 1900.
Pmci: 5 Or.NTS.
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To Marshal Forces
Voted That tho chairmen of nil Re
publican Precinct clubs he requested to
publish notices In the papers calling
upon members of their clubs to assem
ble at the Drill Shed at 0:30 Saturday
evening next to taUe part In the pro
cession previous to the rntlflcntle n
Voted That members of the various
precinct clubs be urged to prepare.
special transparencies of other features
for tho parade, bo far ns practicable. ,
This was tho conclusion reached at
tho meeting of precinct chairmen with
tho Hcceptlon Comlmtte held la,:
evening In the Chamber of Commerce.
After a general discussion of the situ
utlon It was deemed not advisable to
call upon tho precincts to organize
separately for parade there being M
many members In the regular march
ing clubs. The precinct chairman,
however, were urged to assemble as
large a force as possible to march In
tho business men's section.
Tho program to be carried out Sat
unlay night will be the same ns tlu.11
planned for last Thursday. The Re
ception Committee undaunted by Its
previous experience will go out to China. Addresses will be elcllvcied
meet the Australia tomorrow morning. ' by the Cathedral clergy and ChlntLC
Tho parade and rnlly for Saturday , churchmen of the Anglcan znlstlon.
night promises to be a. rousing aHau. i Chinese lenders of the Anglican
Tho Voting Men's Itepubllcnn Club i communion expect Important inferum
turn out a big force and the Dilll tlon from China by tomorrow's runll
Corps will probably have a hundred nr
more men In line.
Brothers and SIsterH Meet.
Tho sister members of Pacific He
liekah and Olive llranch lodges visit) d
Harmony Lodge, 1. 0. O. F nt thdr
hall on King street last evening. The
Indies were marshaled In the anto
room and marched Into tho assembly
room, led by Urother J. D. McVeigh.
Tho Noble Grand of Harmony Lo.lsc
made n short address of welcome afier I
which, the doors were thrown open
for the festivities of the evening. Af-'
tor a program of exercises by Hebekah '
Lodge, the Quintet Club began to play '
ami lnnMni? mmmnnmi. After n lit. p. .
refreshments were served.
Scccl Cnne lop Pepeekeo.
The Mauna Loa brought 400 bags of
seed cane from I'ahala today. This
was dlschaiged and taken aboard tho
Klnuu for shipment to Ptpe ko,
from whence the order came.
Great sale of boots and shoes at 5
cents on tho dollar at I.. B, Kerr &
Co.'s shoe house, corner of Fort nnv
The Bulletin offers to the per
sons who, between February 1st and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
umber of new subscribers, the fo!
wing prizes :
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 970.
Tnt winner of the tst prize Is at liberty
0 choose between models 90, 92 and 94 ol
tht 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
li alight road wheel, welghlnj; 22 lbs, and
nooei 90 a Heavier roau wncvi, wi. 24 ii. 1
Ths bicycle to be selected from the stock
fthe Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may I
. iav 1
Ind Prize, 6lncr Sewing Aln-
Ths winner of this prize may choose
St!"uthes?ntee ttvAe,s of ,machlneS!
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
achlne will be lupuned Dy u. uer
tfersen, sole agent for the"- Hawaiian
rd 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 be
ed with either Plates or Films. The
autfit 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 Lnt
at Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, 830.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
sleeted from the stock of the Bergstrom
Mualc Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
ust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
j. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
ew 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
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as vv ell as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islunds Is eligible
to try tor these prizes.
Subscription Rates: ti.00 per year,
fio for three months; strictly In advance
Will I Willi
Meeting at St. Andrew's
(s Original Aim Was Overthrow Of
Manchu Dynasty But Action of
Europe Made It Wheel
Itev. V. II. Kltcat desires the Ilulle
tln to announce thnt a meeting will In'
held In St. Andrew's Cathedral tchool-
room at 8 o'clock on Thursday cvui-
lug to discuss the subject, ".Mlstlen
ary Work of the Anglican Church in
Ulshop Willis has been gleaning
some Interesting facts regarding the.
Chinese embrogllo from Cblnisc
churchmen. They say that the llox
ers hae been organizing tor several
jears, Their prlnlcpal aim had bcu
the overthrow of the Manchu elvnuhlv.
The menacing action of the European
powers has, however, suddenly throw.i
them Into the support of the obnoxious
ruling family. Thoroughbred Cblniio
"8nr(1 lllc Tartars as enemlet of tlie.tr
race nml colln,ry.
Yet- ,,s lno Chinese rcformei lat'.ly
vl"ltlnK '. he n'y t'''
wnt ut Iatrlatcel Chlnetc and tbo fid
l'w cent of Chinese at home, whom ho
claimed were In favor of the relCJGl
movement, would unite with the elv
nastlc supporters like n flash the mo
ment the European powers propoet.l
partition of the Empire.
Sentiments of great Intcreft may lit
expected to be heard at the niUtlcnniy
meeting on Thursday evening.
A "Faked" Inter lew.
When Martin J. Egan, the war coi
respondent waB here on hie wuy
through to China, there appealed In
one of the morning papers, a purport
ed Interview with him on the tubj.it
of the present crisis In China. Just be
foie the- Itln sailed on her way to Uij
Oilent Mr. i:gan said to j tiulletlri a
poiter: "Say. did ou see that Inter
view with me In one- of the mcrnlng
pnpfis. Well, I don't see where thai
Interview came fiom unless I wuj
heard salng queer things In my sleep.
I never saw a man from the paper in
question. The whole Interview was
'faked' In the olllcc."
JupnncHc With Cut Hand.
The Japanese cook of the Meteor
wwit aboard ship Sunday night with n
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v"",ly lllt l"11"1' He 8I'rta(1 ,ht eU"y
that, while walking through a lumber
ynrd on his way to the ship, he fell and
ever, the cut was undoubtedly made by
In Knife as h Is peifectly cltan and is
I !" to the hone. It Is believed by Vs
shipmates that the Japanese- t,ot lno
' home altercation up etieet in whi a .1
I Unlfe was emploved. The .vound wa
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Mnrlno Hospital Service.
In the Police Court this forenoon
Kanemntsu, collector of rents at the
I wlkl corral, was fined $10 nnd coils
on the charge of assault nnd battery
on Uenn Iloreal one of the women of
the place. Defendant pleaded not
guilty the other day but, this morn
ing, he was of n different mind. In 'id
tilt lun to tho fine, Knnemateu receive 1
n lecture thnt he will probably reme.n
ber when again he Is tempted to as
sault a Woman.
To Load Sugnr.
The American barkentlno George C.
Perkins, Maas master, sailed In ballast
for Mahiikona this morning,
place sho will take on a full load of
mgnr for San Francisco.
THH WATEnMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, nil shapes. II
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Classes
ROOMS ll-u jrj Floor f g A.M 4 r M
llou 1 1 jo y r.m
TO BE AW TEMPLE
MYSTIC CEREMONY IN
CRATER OF KILAUEA
Most Distinguished Masonic Visita
tion Dr. G. B. Wood as Illus
Honolulu Masons of the Ancient Or
der of the Mstlc Shrine, together with
those eligible, are eager to hear from
the proposed pilgrimage to establish a
temple In these Islands. They expect
definite Information tomorrow. Tht!
matter has been rather curiously com
plicated. Those promoting tho movement were
communicating with tho Imperial Po
tentate who lives In Michigan. This
supreme officer cordially approved th
local cholco of "Aloha" 11s the name of
the temple, and the nomination of Dr.
O. I). Wood us Illustrious Potentate.
He, moreover, with the approval of the
Imperial Council, signified his inten
tion of coming with the pilgrimage In
This announcement of tho Imperial
Potentate Is of the greatest signifi
cance. He has the power of InWtiu
ull temples to Join in tho pilgrimage.
Such an Invitation would give tho
event n National prestige. It would
Indeed make the advent of tho pil
grims one of the greatest times ever
known In the Hawaiian Islnnds.
In the meantime Mr. Comstock, fully
qualified to represent local Shrlners,
went to San Krnnclsco, Not knowing
hovv fur tho correspondence wit1-, head
quarters hud gone he laid the matter
before Islam temple In San Krancls-o,
to which Dr. Wood nnd himself be
long. As the nearest, this temptc bns
Jurisdiction In organizing a temple
It has been already reported that
Islam temple chartered the steamer
Zcnlandlii to come In October with the
pllgrlmage. The stenmer would go
dltect to Illlo, the conferring of el -grccs
to tnke pluce In the crater of Kl
There Is therefore! n double propul
sion to tho pilgrimage National nn I
California!!. It Is n disagreeable pos
sibility that tho Zcalanella may Le
chartered ns a China war transput".
Even so a substitute might be found.
There nie about 100 Masons In th-
Islands eligible to Join Aloha temple.
Knights Templar or Thlity-thlrd de
gree members 1110 eligible1.
Lecture by Prof. Nlcliol.
A private lecture on "The Mammoth
t'avc of Kentucky" was given by Prof.
Nlcliol ut the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
Marques In Puliation last evening. Af
ter the lecture there was n number of
vocnl and Instrumental selections
which were very much enjoyed by ih
guestB. Among those present were.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. tionsalvcs, Itev.
and Mrs. i:. tl. Sllva, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mellln, Mrs. Joseph IVrnandez, MIm
Mnrie .Madeira, Mrs. M. A. Hllvn and
.Mr. M. Cnpello.
lU P4 Ma f-a Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa P Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pi Pa Pa
Roosevelt Stands for
the Nation's Honor
Theodore Roosevelt when notlll' I
of his nomination ns candidate for
Vlci! President, made reply ns follows
Mr, Chnli man: I accept tho honor
confened upon me with tho keeno.it
and deepest appreciation of what it
means, ami, ubove nil, of the responsi
bility that goes with It. i:verj thlnj
that Is In my power to do will bo clone
to secure the re-election of President
McKlnley, to whom It has been given
In this crisis of the nntrnnnl hlstoiy to
stand for nnd embody tho principles
which He closest to tho henrt of cverv
American worthy of the name.
This Is very much more than a met a
party contest. Wo stand at the part-
, lng of the ways, nnd tho people havj
now to decide whether they shall go
for wind along tho path of prosperity
nt home and high honor abroad, or
whether they will turn their backs
upon what has been clone during thu
past three jenrs; whether the) will
plunge this country into nn abyss of
misery and dlsaslei or, what Is wnrcu
than even misery nnd disaster, shame
I feel that we have a right to appeal
not meiclv to Republicans, but to nil
good citizens, no uinttei what tiny
have) been theli partv utltllntlnns In the
past, nnd to usk them on tlie stiength
of the record that President McKlnley
has mud liming the past time carn
nnd 011 the stn'iigth of tho threat Ira-
piled In what was done In KunsaB City
a few days ago, to stand Bhoulder ta
BODY OF MILLER
FOUND AT MOKULEIA
I'ollco headquarters were notified
vestcrelay afternoon by telephone 0!
the discovery of the body one W. C.
Miller In the hills of Mokulcln near
Gay's ranch J The message enme from
Deputy Sheriff Andrew Cox of Wnla
Someone from Gny's ranch was the
first to discover the body, which was
found In a tent on the hills! le whic
the deceused hail his headquarters
while attending to his work of pros
pecting for wntcr for tho Walalua
Cox was notllled nnd he, summoning
11 coroner's Jury, went with (hem to
the place. Entering the tent they
found the decomposing body of the
water prospector. The skull was all
but gone and h closer examination
showed thnt some explosive had sent
Miller to Ills death. Holes In the tent
Inclined Hume toward the belief thit
the deceased had been the vlctlu of
foul plny'and that n shotgun hail been
used to ncompllsh the end.
However, the more likely view
seems to be thnt the deceased came to
his death by means of the accidental
discharge of some giant powder which
the prospector always lined In 111 4
work. The theory that robbery was the
Incentive seems to be exploded by tho
fnct of money having been found 111
the man's pockets.
llnvlug finished an examination of
the body, It was burled, as ele-unipiui-tlon
wns found to be In nn advanced
stage, and any further keeping of tlie
remains nbove ground would be cf no
ndvuntngc anyway. Just when Miller
met his awful death Is nut known, ii'it
It s icrtntn that several days had
elapsed before the Uncling of the uoel).
Deceased was about fifty jcurs of
nge. Nothing much Is known of his
history. Deputy High Sheriff Chilling
worth, Deputy Sheriff Cox and others
left Walalua for the scene of tlia tra
gedy earl) this afternoon.
li p. m. A telephone message from
Walalua gives the inforni.itlin IhV
Deputy High .Sheriff ChlllliNtvoitli nnd
party are not expected back there un
til about I o'clock. The lent wiitie
Miller met his death is seven or eight
miles uvvaj from Wullua pliutitlon.
DR DAY TO LUAVIi.
Dr. Day has sold out his practice to
Dr. It. I. Moore and, ns soon ns pos
sible, he mid Mrs. Day will leave for 11
two years' trip to (lermany. Dr. Day
has disposed of a largo portion of his
Interests but will retain sumo ngalint
future visits to Honolulu. Mrs. Day
came back In a recent steumer to pack
up preparatory to the taking of tho
shoulder with us. perpetuating tho con
ditions under which we have rcaihed .1
degree of prosperity never before at
tained In the Nation's history, and un
der which abroad we have Just put the
American flag on n level where It
never beforu In the history of the
country bus been placed. For time
reasons, I feel we have 11 right to look
foiward with confident expectation to
what tho verdict of the people will t
next November and to ask all men to
whom thu well being of the eoun'ry
and the honor of the national name are
dear to stand with us as we fight foi
prosperity at homo and the honor of
the Hag abroad.
A round of upplauso broke out us the
( (inventor concluded, but he chccl.cl
It Instantly by saving: "(ientlemen
one moment, please. Hero Ned," l.c
cried to Senator Wolcott, "this Is not
to the national commute but I want
to say this to my friends, friends of
my own State whu are here. Just let
me say how I appreciate bcelng so
many of ou heie todav 1 want to say
I am more than honored and please 1
at having been made a cuiididate fo'
Vie 0 I'lisldent on the national ticket,
hut vim cannot Imagine,' how liadl) I
feed at leaving the men with' whom I
have enileuvoied and vvoiked for ilvie
dcicni') and righteousness and houesly
In New York
This little postscript to Ills formal
speech vvus heartily applauded.
Was a Water Prospector
the Walalua Plantation
-Mystery As to
Stockholders This Morn
ing Approved the
H. P. BALDWIN GIVES
PROPERTY GOOD NAME
If Times Improve Meantime Reor
ganization May' Be Effected
Before End of Year's
V. II. Hoogs presided at the called
meeting of the stockholders of tbe Na
hlku Hugnr Co. this forenoon, in the
absence of J, II. Castle, president. II.
Armltnge, secretary, found 12.000
shares represented out of 19.000.
J. P. Cook, treasurer, explain" I the
subject matter of the recent eiuiilar
of the directors. This refe-rcl to the
proposed suspension of nctlve opera
tlone for one )cnr, as reportei by the
llulletln before the issuance of the clr
culnr. There was n proposal to Issue
.nld;iip stock to those w'ao should pay
the fifth assessment If they chose that
settlement. The circular anticipated
the ability to reorgnnlzc within a ear
The sum or $110,000 whlcn hud been
spent already by Mr. llcvkliu had
been Judiciously uml carefully npplied.
Mr. Cooke ndded the statement that
an agreement had been nu la between
the ilirietors and the promoter. Tlie
promoters would deliver up their paid
up stock to the company, to bo applied
to paving certain owners for their
land. The price nt which this nock lb
surrendered Is $10,000, Its par value be
li. C. Miufarlanc conu.-rnl In ivlnt
the directors hail done. It wan the only
feasible course. If tlnu's got bitter (he
company would not be prevnlrd from!
selling some of tho stock nnd resuming
operations In full blast befori the ex
piration of the car's proposed suspen
It was moved by V. 0. Aehl. seciud
ed h I. It, Hums anil lariicd, tint the
recomniinilntlnn or the illr-ivifirj, .is h
circular, be approved with the condi
tion that reorganization take plaic at
the first favorable opportunity.
Time for paing the fourth assess
ment was extent) d to October 1, with
Inter) st due from June :.'.
Cluis. Crnrler asked what the l.m
tation was now- worth. Mr. Cook? te
plled ubout $.'30,000, wl"i cane houses
and all. There were S.'O acres of fine
Mr. lloogs suggested th.n Mr Hock
ing look Into the flr'ood husliugs
I'nough of the commodity could lie
cut to pay running expenses during
suspension, these heln from $1000 to
$1200 a month.
Mr. Cooke said that It 50 pur cent of
the original stocklnldihs paid tlulr
assessments, Alexander & Ilaldvviu
the agents would agree to carry the
plantation right through.
II. P. Ilnhlwlii was reverted as siy
ing that there Is no fmic proposition
than N'nhiku. It had nbundnlico of
fuel, very ilih laud nml more w.Ui
tliau they knew what to do with. The
lalufall was heavier th'.o thin In nnv
other part of Maul.
.Mr Arinllage says t! nt the fourth
iihhcssuunt Is being paid up well.
TAKE SICK MARINERS
Dr. Cariiilchnid, resident surgeon of
the .Marine Hospital Service, has ma'le
a contract with the directors of t'10
Hospital for Incurables, whereby this
Institution will receive ull consump
tive Ballots as pay patients. This will
be a help to the revenues of tlie hos
pital. Some time ngo Dr. Carmlcliael
made a similar arrangement with the'
Queen's hospital In behalf of seamen I
nllllcted with maladies not contagious
lllshop Willis said this morning that
while the Hospital for Incurables ellil
not "have plenty money," as a epics
tlon to him put it, yet It had means to
maintain it fairly well for u month or
so. Thero have been 110 more large
donations icported, since Alex, Young
left, for the permanent funds.
Kiininlo Hied Cnne.
One hundred nml thlitecn tons of
seeel cane were shipped to Puna from
Knm.ilo July 20 This was taken from
1 7-10 acres and was mensuiiMl by I'
Mcl.m11, the mnnagci, E Mueller, lu'.i 1
oveiseer of llnmi, anil Captain Den
nett. These figures show ubout t, e. ' .
tons to the acre w hie li means S l-:i tuns
of sugar to the acie foi imie unl tut
The first bricks were laid this aftei
noon on the foundation of tho iio'i
Post Olllce bulldliib'.
Death From Swipes
And Fall From Horse
Walluku, July 30. Sheriff I,. M.
Ilalilw In ns coroner for the Second Ju
dicial Circuit held an Inquest at tho
sheriff's olllce today as to when and
how K en hi, the native win
was found dead at the cross roads be
tween Wnlhee anil Wnlehu on Sunday
morning, July 22, came to his death.
The following petty Jurors view el
the body last Saturday when' It was
exhumed nniler the direction of Sher
iff Ilaldw'ln for n more xhntisllvc post
mortem examination by Dr. WeddUk,
the government phvslclatr Jurors J.
K. Kohookele, Moses Knuhlmnhii. W.
K. Ualley, Sam i:. Kalue. S Kalialo
and Jos. Knwelo. Dr. Wedillck cut
open the cerebellum nnd nice) tho
breast In order to examine the heart
of deceased. Today before the coro
ner the doctor gave the cnuso of ileal!
to have been fatty degeneration of the
heart accelerated by the nbnn of In
toxicants. Several Portuguese were summonel
ns wltnncs8C8 and they stated that
they saw the body lvlng 011 the road
nt about 2 a. m. that Sunday morning
and Hint the) did not cure to disturb
him thinking that he was only ly!n;
there denil drunk, and therefore ill 1
not consider It any of their business to
investigate whether he was dead or
alive. Kupnnnlaeho, arrested by
Sheriff Ilalilw In last Saturday as chief
witness on suspicion of foul play, gave
his version of the carousal ut his house
at Wulehil where deceased lingered to
Imbibe more swipes.
The Jury rendered their verdict late
this afternoon, and found thnt deceas
ed enme to his dentil on or about the
2d Inst., nt Wnlehu, Maul, by accl
dentally falling off from his hurs9
while In n state of Intoxication.
GOVERNOR GOING TO KONA.
Covernor Dole will be unable to bo
present at the Itepubllcnn rally ititur
day night as he has planned to take a
short vacation trip to Konn, leivliu by
the Mnunn I.on Friday. Mr. Dole ex
pressed his deep regret to the -umnilt-tee,
hut did not feel that he could
change his plans ns he has been con
templating the trip for some time past
and hud arranged his olllol.il aftalrs
with this In view. Should imvthlnj
unexpected nrlse to cause the "overnor
to delay his departure he will speak at
Did Not Show Ui.
V. V. Allium, the Chinese tailor,
should have apeaied In the Police
Court this forenoon on the charge of
violating one of the regulations of tho
Hoard of Health but. when his 11.11. co
was lalled, neither he nor his attorney
were present. Unit In the sum of $100
was declared forfeited.
About 1111 hour Inter, Attorney Ma
goon nrrlvid and stated that ho repie
sented Mr. A liana. He would ask that
ball be reopened. Judge Wilcox nils
nered that this would bo done when
the detendunt should appear In th?
I'ollco Court and shuw- good cause why
he wns not present when the case was
Iwaknml, Hotel street, Is offering a
new line of linen centerpieces for t.i
blow, embroidered In fancy colors.
A complcto new stock of gents
shirts, collars nnd cuffs at I.. D. Kerr's,
We would remind you that we liav e Just
received another line of :
(very stylish) OX FORDS
BLACK VICI KID,
Medium weight sole, tip perforated and
pinked. Any toe you want.
Swell Shoe for Swell People
NONE BE ITER,
FEW AS CJOOU
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
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