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HONOLULU, TER1UT0HY OF HAWAII, THUKSDAY. JSOVJiMHKK 1
Pitici: f Chnth.
Vol. IX. Noi 1G70.
Territorial Stables Co.,
Ltd., Up To Date In
HORSES TO BF. GIVEN
VERY BEST OF CARE
Plenty of Space, Plenty of Ventilation
and Plenty of Good Carriages
John Andrade Manager
Good Han Behind.
n most desirable state of affairs "where
horses arc concerned.
Galvanised Tho feed boxes In the
Peed stalls nro made of gal
Boxes van I zed Iron, flitted with
handles so that, they can lie rcmovej
with very little trouble. Ever) thing
about the stalls has been planned to
Insure cleanliness, eomfott and des
patch. ti "
n The hay loft nbovo the
Hay stalls Is an Immense af-
Loft air which can easily be
made to hold 1500 bales of hay should
Should 0n eacn sl(1 ' tll
Fire building Is a 5-foot alley-
Aftack Way which, together with
the wide front entrance, could bo utili
zed In case of fire. Tho building is
completely lighted by electricity and
everything Is Just as It should be In rtn
IN I MAI POT
Territorial The Territorial Btablo
Stable Co , Ltd., stands for a
Company place where Honolulu
people may procure any kind of a rle
from a brake to a wagonette of the verv
latest mnke. It also stands tor a plaro
where tho very best horses may be pro
cured for drhes In and about th"c beau
tiful city of Honolulu. Lastly, It
stands for a place where the sanltarv
arrangements are perfect In every re
spect from (he coral rock floors to tho
well ventilated roofs. .
Location Tho new "tables, JiuU
of finished and opened fur
Stables the first tlmo today, may
bc found on King street, almost oppos
ite Kawalahao church. The manager Ik
John Andrade whom ever) horBemun
In town knows as a hustler and a man
who attends strictly to business. Do
hlnd tho enterprise Is Qua Schumann
and other substantial men who, when
they put their shoulders to the wheel
never fall to make something move. It
might be said Just here that the hand
some turnouts at the stables were fur
nished by Mr, Schumann's repository.
Denerlotlo Tll building looms up
of In great shape. Its trout
Building age .Is 156 feet and the
depth ot the office part Is 38 feet. This
front part Is two stories high, uWldeJ'
Into halves by a 20-foot entrance which
leads directly to the carriage house.
Just Ewa of this entrance and on the
lower floor. Is the office of the com
pany. Back ot this Is the harness
room. All the remainder of the space
on the Ewa and Walklkl sides of the
entrance have been rented out to vari
ous people as offices and stores
On The upper floor has
Upper not been finished yet but
Floor the Intention Is to put In
two rows of rooms, 11 in each, separat
ed by a C-foot hallway. These will be
rented out to roomers. First class
plumbing has been Installed an? tho
ventilation Is all that can be desired,
The The carnage room, oc-
Carriage cupylng the middle part
Room of the stables, measures
72x140, Is arranged so as to admit the
maximum amount of light possible 'sit
ing the day and has a coral floor, oui
foot In depth. Tho place Is furntshel
with a concrete wash rack, the four
sides ot which slope toward the mtddl.i,
allowing every drop of water Iff- bo
carried off. This rids the place uf
dampness and assists In the keeping up
ot an excellent sanitary condition.
With The reporter who call-
the ed at the stables yester-
Horsci day joes not hesitate to
say that the stables proper are tho
very best lntho city. There are four
double rows of Btalls separated by a
wide alleyway, measuring 5x9 feet, uavo
a flooring of coral, a foot deep. The
remainder of the stables proper Is
floored with concrete which has been
so arranged as tq allow the carrylug
oft ot all liquid matter. Dy uslns
a hose, the stable men with an expen
diture ot very little labor, may fluih
out the whole place. This, ot course, Js
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5WHT t. U. ALLtN WILL YUlt run rAtlrvLn
C. D. Wilson returned Tuesday fro-n
a trip through the outsiae aisincts
with Bam Parker and Cecil Brownj
On arriving at I-nlc Monday evening
they found the Democrats holding
forth and not wishing to Interfere in
the meeting, the party remained out
side In their carriage. Prince David
came out, however, and asked Parke'
to come In. Parker responded that he
did not wish to Interfere with, their
affairs, but finally after repeated urg
ing accepted Jthe Invitation. After br
ing Introduced by David, Parker stated
that he had not come to make speeches,
but In order to tesCthe sentiments of
the people he would ask all tho Demo
crats to stand up. About five or six
responded. He then asked all the Re
publicans there to stand up. The .wjiolc
crowd rose up and gave three cheers
for Parker. They remained standing.
After shaking hands with the peop'.o
who crowded around, Parker went.
over to tho local store where he and
Davld'bought out nil the soda water on
hand and stood treat.
Mr. Samuel C, Allen of Allen & Itoblrtson, one of Honolulu's lead
ing business men, endorses Itcpubllcan principles unqualifiedly. Mr.
Allen haB always been a staunch friend and advisor of the Hawa
Hans, and he has no hesitancy In saying that the doctrines of good
sound Government which tho Republicans advocate, are to tho best
Interests of tho Hawallans.
Said he to a Ilulletln reporter today:
"1 think It unquestionably to the best Interests of all the natives of
Hawaii to the best Interests of every man, woman and child In these
Islands, whether natlvo or foreign for that matter that the republi
can administration remain In power. What wo wont Is good safe gov
ernment and we havo been having It for tho last four years under Mr.
"t hold ihnt wo cannot hnvo nrnriDcrlty unless all our manufacturing
Interests aro protected, anj tho protection of theso Interests'' helps
every worklngman materially. This Free Trade doctrlno which the X
Democratic party urges Is against any country that practices It .
Every country should care for Hi own industries.
"An extremely Important point which wo jnust consider In this pres
ent campaign. Is the money question. It is clear to my mind that the
money doctrlno propounded by tho Republican platform, Is absolutely
solid. I do not believe In any of this Free Silver business; such non
senso Is not conducive to legitimate business enterprises. Another
thing I am In favor of It 'Expansion' ns I believe it Is termed. That
Is to say, I want to see Uncle Sain get Into any country that he can
and procure a market for our Industries. I cannot see how any fair
minded man can under-cstlmate our present healthy commercial trade
which has been growing steadily during tho past four jears under
Republican rule nnd which 1 nm aurc will continue to Increaso If Repub
licans are selected to continue In power.
"The happy conditions existing today are the direct results of good
currency, protection of our home Industries and expansion of our
trade. I do not believe, for a single moment, that thore could be any
prosperity under Democratic regime.
"Bryan and the platform on which he stands are directly against
those thlngB which hawc caused our present prosperity. Democratic
rule will retard business and will Bpcedlly bring about a stagnation
"I nm convinced that McKlnley's election Is a foregone conclusion.
I have too much faith In theintclllgcnce ot the American people to be
llevo that they would do away with stable government and prosperity.
"I believe that It wilt be wlso foi us to , send Samuel Parker to
Washington for the reason that a,. Republican Delegate can accora
nllsh the greatest eood for the Republican Administration."
iC it it vV it ii it it it it it i
represents and tho carpenters What
he had tu say was this
"When tho delegates of the Carpen
ters' Union came to us they asked us if
wc were agreeable to the principle ot
the eight hour law. To this, we repllei
In tho affirmative. They set the day fo-
Novembcr 1 but that was altogether at
bltrary. This may have been publish
ed In the papers but still we had no
official communication to that effect.
There had been no conference and we
bad not agreed on the day set by Them
tlfc 1st of November.
"The threatened action ot the carpen
ters forced us Into an organization
which was effected yesterday and we
sent the former a communication which
had in It tho followlne:
" 'The contractors, builders and mill-
men to agree to give all the skilled la'
bor and their helpers employed by in
the eight (8) hour working day on and
after January 1.'
"Wo met again today and decided
that, as there had been no answer to
our comunlcatlon as vet, wo would
wait until after the meeting of the
carpenters tomorrow night before tak
ing any action. The carpenters have
arbitrarily set a date and have also
gone out on a Btrlke. They must now
say whether or no they will accept out
proposition. It will then be lime
enough for us to act. A couple of (heir
men wcro present at today's meeting
and they made tho same demand fir
Tho following letter from Dr. How
ard to the president ot the Hoard of
Health was read In executive session rl
that body. At the writer's desire It I
given out for publication, as tho
charges against him by Principal ! tock of which the plalntAs nsR restl
Restitution, of Paid-up
JUFE MUJIHtEYS AGAIN
. DENOUNCES 'THE DEFENDANTS
In An Oral Decision He Charges Them
With flagrant Perjury and Crim
Judge Humphreys this morning Jc
Itvcrcd an oral decision, foreshadowing
his decree, upon the matter of $120,000
of paid-up stock of the Kamalo Sugar
Company, It was to the effect tint
Frank Hustace, J. J. Egan nnd Frank
Foster must make restitution to thi
treasury of the company, for the bene
fit of Its shareholders, or six thousand
shares of tho capital stock, or their,
equivalent In cash at the par value rt
$20 a share.
In his remarks tho Judgo said th it
the testimony heard on the original bill
was ample for both the prosecution nr.d
the defense. It applied equally to the
$35,000 cash which he had previously
found to have been unlawfully con
verted to their own uso by the defen
dants and to the $120,000 of paid-up-
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
It was not five minutes after the
Ilulletln was out yesterday that a man
called In and asked If the Iwt of Cap
tain Rodd ot the Domlnirtunuld be
covered at this office. IQrtll.be remem
bered Captain JJodd made the state
ment yesterday that be would put up
$25 to $50 on Wilcox against Parker
and David. The Captain can find a
hundred more who will make tho same
bet with him If lie wants to put up the
The Republican party stands for
municipal government. Vote the
McClanahan, the would-be Boss Cro
ker ot Hawall-nel, will In all probabil
ity, stop off at Maul to Join forces with
Prince David and his workers, who
leave for the same Island in the Wala
The Republican rally In the drill
shed tonight will be (he blggcBt ye:.
The parade preceding the event will be
a big one with many new features.
There will be a Rough Riders brigade,
flambeau torches and all the candi
dates In the line ot march, W, C. Achl
will preside at the muttlng. The
speakers will be Sam Parker, R. D. Sil
llman, Jonah Kumalac, D. L. Naon,
George Davis and Mr. Stewart. The
Tuxedo quartet and the band Will fur
There, was another big Independent
meeting In Drewer'a wharf today. Tho
samo old song was sung.
Harry Evans has $250 that Wilcox
will not go to Congress. Ho will to
glad to see anyone who thinks another
Over One Hundred Lsove Work This Ylornlnu--
Wont the Contrnctora to Accept "Blunt
HoursContractors Want Them to Walt
Till the First of the Year This They Refuse
To Do Sympathy of All Unions will be
We offer a Valuable
Oahu College Grounds.
Yote the StralghUjepubUcan Ticket
Captain Itodd of the Dominion hus
not bluffed out a bit. This morning
Harry EvanB broached him on his $J5
to $50 bet and he put up the roomy.
The next thing he did was to bet $10
even money against Lewis of Turk,
Lew Is & McCarthy that he could name
the men In their order. Ho put Wil
cox first, Parker second and Prime
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
The Republicans held a rally at Da
vid Nahoolewa's place last night.
There waB a good attendance.
Corner 140x300 for 57,500.
Or will subdivide Into 4 lots.
McCLELLAN, FOND & CO.,
TLL. MAIN Co. JUDD UUILDINO
Indorse Republican principles by
voting the straight ticket.
The Walaleale leaves for Maul with
Prince David and other Democratic
speakers this afternoon. Tho steamer
Is prettily decorated. The Democrats
expect to do all kinds ot things.
Men's dress shirts, open front or
back, the largest and most complete as
sortment In town at $1.00 apiece. L. B.
Kerr & Co., Queen street
The winter of th ecarpenters discon
tent has arrived and today there are n
hundred and thirty ot the guild, com
prising white men and natives, out on
a strike. Delegates have been selected
to watch all Incoming steamers and
sailing vessels for mechanics, the ob
Ject'bclng to advise them against golrg
to work. Walking delegates are also
patrollng the streets for the purpose of
telling all carpenters of the union who
may be at work, to cease their laboiu.
It can be seen that tho situation, even
from this meagre statement of affatrx,
Is quite serious.
The cause of tho strike and matteis
pertaining thereto can best be ex
pressed in the language of one of the
most prominent members of the Car
penters' Union and n leader in today's
movement. Calling In at this office by
request today, ho outlined the situation
In tho following language:
Two months ago wo formed a Car
penters Union and had tho pleasure c-f
enrolling as members, all the principal
carpenteis of the city, both native and
white. One of our very first moves was
to appoint delegates to wait on the va
rious contractors of the city (Bomu
fifteen or thereabouts) with the objo-t
of securing if possible, the eight hour
regulation for our men. With the ane
exception of Peter High, who is known
to be antagonistic to any proposal fro-n
labor unions, the contractors were will
ing to accede, each making It his only
proviso that th eothers agree befoic
his unqualified consent bo consRHnM
settled. The time named for the be
ginning of tho eight hour regulation
was November 1. There was, as 1 say,
no serious opposition and we consider
ed the matter ended.
"Things went on In tho usual qu!"t
manner until yesterday, when the con
tractors got together and formed a
Rudders' Union. This having been
done.lt was decided to give us thecTglit
hour day but to postpone its adoption
until January 1, 1900. This was more
than we could stand. If there wbb any
kick on the demands of the carpenter.
the contractors should have given us
and, It wo keep on working on the old
schedule, the contractors will then '.w
able to sit down and whistle contcntel-
ly. We see their scheme and they will
have to whistle a different tune befoie
they get us back to work."
Just here, the carpenter gave the fol
lowing enumeration of some of the
work now In progress In the city which
hus been affected by the strike ot the
Castle residence, Walklkl, and lla.it
teld building1 Fort street, Fred Harri
Moana Hotel, Lucas Bros, contrac
Automobile building and cottages ot
the Hawaiian hotel, Campbell & I'e:
Baseball tract buildings and E. Faxon
lAhhop's residence, Nuuanu valley,
Beardslco & Page contractors.
Uoston block, A. Harrison contrac
tor. Conntlnulng, the carpenter hud tno
following to suv.
"The E. O. Hall building is a da Job,
nnd, as the carpenters there have boen
given the eight hour day, they aro still
at work. However, If the prcnent atti
tude of the contractors contlues, they
too will be ordered out on a strike In
sympathy with the rest of us. If it
continues for forty-eight hours, the
plumbers and painters will go out and
a still longer continuance of the at
titude will mean a complete deadlock
so fur as skilled labor Is concerned.
This will result In a complete federa
tion, of the trades unions.
There Is no uso talking, we are nut
asking for an) thing unreasonable. Tho
tight hour regulation has been on In
the United States for the past ten
years. In Australia, only seven hou.s'
work Is required. In Honolulu tho
bricklayers, painters and plumbers
work eight hours. Why shouldn't we
Due notice has been given the contrac
tors both by word ot mouth and
through the medium of Tho newspapers.
Now they try to run This bluff on us
at the eleventh hour.
If this thing continues, there Is no
Towusend had been published:
Honolulu, II. T Oct. 29, 1000.
Dr. C. B. Wood, Pres. Board ot Health.
Dear Doctor:! bavo finished all of
the school examinations except Kallhl-
uka, Wallupe and Kaahumanu. The
first two I will examine as soon as the
roads get In a condition so I can get to
them. The last named Bchool awaits
your Instructions before doing any
I should llko to answer Mr. Town
send's charge of vaccinating Mr. Mam-
ham's boy after he had told me ttw
wlsheS of the parents. Mr. Townsend
told me that thero were sereval who
had asked him not to have me vaccin
ate their children. I replied that 1
did not Intend to force anyono to allow
me to do bo, and that If he would first
send all of those puplU out who hal
certificates and also those whoso pa
rents had requested that they bo per
mitted to take their children to other
physicians, then I would do only thoie
that were left, which I supposed he did
until after some time when ho sail
that I bad vaccinated one of the Mark
ham boys. I replied that 1 was sorry
but could not help It or undo It, out
that If Mrs. Markham would come and
seem I would explain how It happen
ed, and I thought he would bo satis
fied as It would havo to be done by
someone. Bhortly after he discovered
another Markham boy I was about to
vaccinate. I then asked him to be sun
thero were no others in tho room wno
tutlon In their amended bill.
Plaintiffs had only asked for the res
titution ot the $35,000 in the orlglnil
bill, besides making the usual pravcr
for such general relief as tho court
might deem proper. Although tho evi
dence showed a misappropriation of tho
paid-up stock as clearly as that of tho
money, yet he decided that restitution
of tho stock could not bo decreed under
tho prayer for general relief. There
had been no charge of stock misappro
priation made In the petition.
He now granted tho motion tor
amendment ot the bill by having In
serted the complaint of misappropria
tion of tho stock and the prayer for its
restitution. At the same time ho de
nied a motion by Mr. Robertson for the
defendants to hear new evidence.
Tho evidence of the defendants
showed "most wilful and flagrant per
jury and a criminal partnership to un
lawfully convert the assets of this cor
poration," said Judgo Humphreys.
W. A. Kinney, appearing for Frank
Foster Individually, suggested to tho
court that thero might be a dlffcrcnco
fn respective individual relationships of
the defendants to the transactions at
bar. He desired to file an affidavit oh
behalf of his client In this regard,
which the court mlgh tsee fit to con
sider and accord a special hearing
Judgo Humphreys gave permission
for such an affidavit to be filed.
A. O. M. Robertson asked If the court
objected, as I did not know one hov would order plaintiffs to serve defen
dants with the amended Din.
The Judge held this unnecessary.
The authorities were that, when a
chancellor had discovered that com
plainants wero entitled to more relief
than they had prayed for, an amcnl
ment to tho bill In equity might bo or
dered even after tho decree was made.
Mr. Kinney asked for a couple of
days In which to fllo Mr. Foster's affi
davit. Judgo HumphrcjB said ho ml?ht
havo moro tlmo If he wished. Tho de
cree would not bo ready for about two
from another and therefore could not
know when I had Mrs. Markham'a
His remarks objecting to vaccination
and about my getting my Just dues if
sued were made beforo I saw cither uf
tho Markham children, and were made
about tho vaccination In general.
Very truly jours,
HENRY W. HOWARD.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Kerr & Co. have values In men's and
boy's clothing that cannot bo dupli
cated. They aro making a speclalt)
Just now of boy's tweed pants at 25
cents per pair.
An evening of music will beTidd In
A number of Democrats went to tho
Pall Wednesday night, met Prince D.i
vld and escorted him to Maenue
church, where a meeting was heir. Lat
er on, the wholo party went to Walklkl
where a luau was given and speeches
The true Republican will vote the
straight ticket, from Parker down.
The latest styles In shirts and ties
aro to bo found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. 3361 White.
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some notice a monm or moro ugo. ia-imuiiiK nutm i nm i-u. . i-i..-stead
of that, what did they do? They ability It will spread to the plantations
waited until tho eleventh hour nnd I nnd Anally result In the loss of mil
lions to the countr). However, we must
An evening of music will be held at
Kawalahao church next Sunday at 7:30.
To old hymns of Lyons and BlngTiam
will be sung, and short addresses do
Revered on their themes. Everybody
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
then, suddenly forming an association,
tried to work a bluff on us. We call d
tho bluff all right enough. This morn
ing they told us If we did not want to
work according to their terms, we
could send In our tlmo und quit. "Well,
wo have quit.
"If you know tho fuels of tho bull 1
Ing operations In this city, you inn
rcudlly sco thnt tho bulk of tho hea-y
work will bo finished by January 1
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
FOR MUDDY STREETS.
The Doctor's Advice
Is to keep your feet dry and
ThU Is what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. II
havo our rights and havo them we will.
You can see wo nro determined by the
firm action we have already taken.
Thero will bo a meeting of the Carpri
ters' Union tomorrow night and, at
that time, we will decide on our further
course of action."
A prominent contractor was seen to- IOuso on Mnklk street and Wilder
day rclutlvo to the istrungcd relations nvfimo Is offered for rent ' Seo ad In
existing between tho body which ho To Lt column.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
o will do o
$4T50 Per Palp. ,