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BY SUBSCRIBING FOR THE BULLETIN
Vol. IX. No. 1683
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1900,
Pkice 5 Oentb.
1 ' ' 1 '
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Block of San Francisco
Holding Conies Here
STOCKS IN GENERAL
TAKE UPWARD JUMP
Financial Hen See the Silver Lining
to the Political Cloud Even
Kihei Stock Hops Up
Hawaiian Sugar Company's stock at
41 and 42 In San Francisco, and at 33
and 39 In Honolulu, while a largo block
ot the stock from San Francisco seel:
' market In Honolulu.
This Is the curious proposition a
Bulletin reporter went out to Investi
gate this morning. The San 1'rancU
co block Is away up In flvo figures. A
brokcu'.wno ave tho puzzle to the re
porter was prepared to tako half tho
offering at Saturday's closing rate here.
A member of tho Hawaiian Stock
Exchange could not answer the
"How?" put to him, but .showed u let
ter from a member of tlW San Fran
cisco Exchange which asked If, there
was h thing thoimaltcr with Hawa
iian Sugar Company that, It was sell
Nobbdy In Honolulu knows of any
1$ thlng''tnc matter with Hawaiian. This
''1 latter broker was asked what had hap
' pened to Klhel to make It Jump.
"Well, all Btocks may be said to havo
jumped a little since the elections," he
replied nnd went on : It Is felt that tho
Governor's veto will preall to check
Injurious legislation, and that affairs
will not be so bad as at first feared."
"Then t'ou don't give, any credit to
tlin Cleitlun vt Wilcox fur tho revival
The brokr only smiled.
Next was seen the managing director
of a large corporation of sugar factors.
His answer to tho Hawaiian Sugar
Company conundrum was short and
decisive. Ho simply did not believe
that tho stock was sent from San Fran
cisco to be sold here for less than It
would fetch there.
Finally, a member of tho Stock 12x
change was met who cleared up tho
matter In a few words:
"That Is not Hawalln Sugar In San
Franclscl. It is Makawcll. Holders of
Hawaiian In San Francisco pooled
their shares nnd formed a company,
the assets of which consist of Hawai
ian Sugar Co.'s stock. The Hawaiian
Sugar Company owns tho Makawcll
plantation, and tho Makawcll Compa
ny In San FrancUco doals In Its stock."
At tle Orphcum.
A new bill Is to be given at tho Or
phcum tonight with new songB by
Adams, Drlghtllng and Walton. 'Tho
first pa'rt, "A Hot Time," or "Who Is
Who," promises to bo a laugbnhlo
sketch. Messrs. Conlon and Ryder, thu
acrobatic comedians take part In thU
opening act, It being of their own pres
entation. MR. SMITHJHSINCLINED
"No. I am not going to be president
of the Hoard of Health."
Thus emphatically answered W, 0
Smith to a reporter's question this
"Will -you bo a member! For If so
the others will elect you as president."
"I hardly think so" mused Mr.
A Cottage Home on a choice corner
with splendid ocean view, for one on
lower level, near car lino. This Is a
for you to get a homo on higher an.l
more healthful giound.
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
Tel. Main 69, Judd Building.
fr.AAiMWiirwkv fn trlWiiarrirMi 'lffnf triMHii il.wV ! TubJ fi irfi mil ti'fc-.i.iirt'.i riif ntntiliriiiltniiiwitti
Smith, sinking into docp tudy, "Tho
matter has been suggested to me, but I
will not be president."
As the forrner president of the body,
whllo ex officio member as Attorney
Oeneral, did not reply directly to the
quvBiiuu ua iu iieiiiuuri.p h may pcr
haps be taken for granted that ho still
has under consideration the offer of a
seat In the Board.
DEATH OF DAVID ELDREDGE
Walluku, Nov. 10. David P. El
dredge, of Kula, Maul, ono of tho can
didates for Representative on tho Inde
pendent ticket, died suddenly at his
homo at Wiilnkon, Kula, last Sunday
morning, Nov. 4th, of heart trouble
Ho was In Walluku on tho previous
day and returned that evening to Ku
la apparently In good health, but it
has been known that he had been suf
fering for years with heart trouble.
Although his death was duly announc
ed nnd circulated around tho various
polling precincts, he polled 13 ballots
at Hamakuapoko nnd 12 nt Lahalnn.
Tho deceased loaves a wlfo and sev
eral grown up children. Kewikl by
which nnme deceased was familiarly
known throughout Maul and Honolulu
was a carpenter by trade and held sev
cral responsible position undor the
met in ym
, The controversy between Command
er Wlnslow of the U. S. S. Solace and '
Collector Stackablc waxed warm again
this morning. Warmer than was pleat-'
nut. Orders were given by tho com
mander of the Solace not to nermlt anv
Custom House olllccr to comejh boAi'd
whllo Collector Stackuble ordered tha
wharf guard to go on board. He went
ugalnst a bajonet and very naturally
desisted from further attempts to
board tho vessel. Tho matter was re-j
ported to Collector Stackablo who de
cided to maintain his right to board'
any vessel In the harbor by going In I
person. No attempt was made to stop
the Collector although none of the)
Guards nro allowed on board. I
Mr, Stackable said to a Bulletin re-'
porter: "1 always try to enforce tha
necessary regulations of this oIDco in
as unostentatious a way as possible and '
I politely requested Commander Wlns
low to muster his Chlneso twice a day
as Is usual. He replied In writing that
f uniilil tint hn nprmlttcl tn tnkn n rail
call of the crew. Ho purposely mis
contrued my request. I hnve nothing
to do with any of tho crew except the
Reporter I understand the Chlncc
on tho Solace wero shipped in No'v
York and therefore havo the right to go
from one port of tho United States to
Stackable That is the general im
pression but I liao explicit Instruc
tions from the department at Washing
tun not to permit any Chinese from tho
Mainland to land In Hawaii until fur
ther action by Congtess,
"I referred the matter to District At
torney Balrd," continued Mr. Stack
able, "and hnve a letter from him,
which I am not at liberty as vet to
give out for publication, fully sustains
tho action I havo taken stating that I
liao tho undoubted right to board any
vessels In port and more especially
vessels of the United States, that I havo
the right to call the roll of all Chinese
crcwB and advising me that as Com
mander WIiibIow' will not admit my
ofllcers access to the ship to placo a
guard at tho wharf and arrest iny
Chinaman coming on shore. 1 called on
Commander Wlnslow on Saturday and
tried to settle the matter amicably but
found him so much on his dignity that
not arrangement could bo made. Tho
whole matter, with tho correspondence
ot tho District Attorney will bo sub
mitted to tho department at Washing
ton." Later, the reporter called upon Com
mander Wlnslow who Bald that ho hi I
nothing whatever to say; thut ho would
report through official channels to the
Secretary of tho Navy, Ho said Inci
dentally, howover, that It It were nol
for the delay he would fight the) mat
ter In the local United States Court ami
seemed very much put out about what
ho claims Is the inconvenlenco Mi.
Stackable has caused him. Ho docs
not bold a very high oplnloil pf the
Hawaiian Collector ot Customs. It
was learned that Commander Wlnslow
called upon District Attorney Balrd
and Judge Estee expecting sympathy
but got sat on Instead bard enough
to "Jar his dog."
horse ran for a short distance but was
stopped In time to prevent any dam
age. It seems that tho Chinaman came
away from homo without putting tho
nut on the wheel In question,
Men's dress shirts, open front or
back, tho largest and most complete as
sortment in town at $1.00 aploce. L. B.
Kerr & Co., Queen street.
Tho latest styles in shirts and ties
are to bo found at Iwakaml's, Hotl
street. Tel. 1361 White.
Everything Goes to Show
Robert W. Wilcox's
MAUI THROWS HER VOTE
ON INDEPENDENT SIDE
Returns Not All in But No Difference
in Result Will be Made Make
up of Senate and
According to official returns from
Haw-all nnd Maul received in tho Klnau
Sundny, there Is absolutely no, doubt
as to the1 ejection of' Robert W. Wilcox
as delegate to Washington. All the
returns are not yet In and those that
have been received at the Registrars
oftlce have not yet been compiled. Hoa
ejuy, the retuins not jet'ln will make
,no dlffercnco In the result oftho elec
tion of n delegate to Washington, sen
ators and representatives as given be
low and there is no doubt whatever thai
the official count made,pn Hawaii and
Maul will tally with tho compilations
when tliei.are made here.
The official returns from Hawaii as
received In the Klnau Sunday morn
ing are as follows:
For delegate to 60th Congress
PRINCE DAVID 314
For delegate to 57th Congress
PRINCE DAVID 302
'. R. BLACOW 343
11. L. HOLSTEIN 727
A. B. LOEBENSTE1N D58
J. D .PARIS 783
J. T, BROWN 957
SAM KAUHANE 632
H. S. RICKARD 191
P. P. WOODS 703
J, B. KAOHI 870
NICHOLAS RUSSEL 854
HENRY WEST 089
S. DESHA 541
C. KAIAIKI 254
For Representatives, First Dlstrlc
JAS. D. LEWIS 320
JAS. MATTOON 245
R. II. RYCROFT Zli
CHAS. WILLIAMS 293
S. H. HAAHEO 013
R. H. MAKEKAU 050
WM. B. NAIL1MA 692
WM. N. PURDY 131
K. M. KOAHOU '... 75
J. EWALIKO 604
13. A. FRASER , 199
O. P. KAMAUOHA 431
J. C. LENHART 202
JULIAN MONSARRAT 518
J. W. KELIIKOA 547
H. M. KANIHO 635
J. II. S. MARTIN 2C0
S. H. K, NE 01
J. K. KEKAULA 491
C. G. NAOPE 408
WM. WRIGHT 400
8. D, KANEHAILUA 210
H. P. K. MALULANI 40
Follow Ing nro the official returns to
Maul and Molokal, excepting Lanal and
Kaanapall precincts, the votes fiont
thoso places being obtained by means
of tho telephone:
For dclegato to 60th Congrews
PRINCE DAVID 380
For delegate to 57th Congress
PRINCE DAVID 393
F. CLARKE 327
C, D. COCKETT 590
W. II. CORNWELL 38C
S. E. KAIUE 740
A. N, KEPOIKAI 583
T. D. LYONS 301
M. H. REUTER 109
WM. WHITE '.....039
H. P. BALDWIN 709
IOKUA AHULII , 695
F. W. BECKLEY 799
C. II. DICKEY 001
D. P. ELDREDOD 117
'A. KEKUHINA FORSYTH ....378
F. II. HAYSELDEN 381
GEORGE HANS 559
D. II. KAHAULELIO 387
D. K. KAHAULELIO 387
O. P. KAUIMAKAOLE 590
SOLOMON KAWAIHOA 033
HENRY LONO 501
PAIA NAKI 32il
J, K. NAKILA 535
J. HAPAI NUI 300
PHILIP PALI 571
JOHN RICHARDSON 337
Following will be the muko up of
tho Seuato and House of Represent,!'
m t jikivmikl JMjmi
1 iijtfiitfftii 1
lives according to official returns from
all tho Islands:
RusmII, Independent. (Contested).
Brown, Republican .
Nakapaahu, Independent) Vf1
HAWAII Representatives Flr.it
Makokau, Independent and Democrat.
liaaho. Independent and Democrat.
Nnllliia, Independent nnd Democrat.
llwAll Representatives Second
Kelllkoa, Independent and Democrat.
Monmrrat, Independent and Repub
KamkWha, Independent, Democrat
OA1IU Representatives, Fourth District-
OAHU Representatives, Fifth Dis
trict KmiWluth, Independent.
KAUAI Keprescntntlv cs
Will ox, Democrat.
As will be seen from the above, theie
are nine Independent nnd six Republi
tan Senators. As to Representatives,
there uro seven straight Republicans
and sixteen straight Independents.
Pour ate Independents and Democrats,
one s an Independent nnd Republican. (IllrnR lhe ,Iay ult thnt ow m)t .
one Is an Independent, Republican an I vcnt ,h(. ariom ogJntg of (he rc(ipci.
Democrat and one (Wilcox) Is a Uve parties making speeches tithe
straight Democrat. The four classed crottll- A llall wag ,,,. , ht(1W0
as Independents and Democrats may bu MCar ie com ,,, for ,., , nc(u uf
classed straight Independents as th.y u,o three pollt;-rl pa l.ts. and ..II wen'
were chosen first by the Home Rulers ,n ,here t0 glUlatc tner )m,liSl,Tt blll
and gave their allegiance to that par- no intoxlcatlnB ,,rlnkB NU1. ,llln8hci,
ty. This makes the total strength f ,,lose wh nr,Hpatert In the f'MIW
the Independents In the House, twcn.y tca
us uKuinsi me Heven itepuuurans, one
Democrat, erne Independent nnd Dcm
ocrat and one Independent, Democrat
nnd Republican, which assures them
control In any emergency. The lnde-
iiciiucmti uiso navo cciniroi en me neu-
ate but not a two-thirds vote.
i lie voces oi nil tne isianus lor uete-i.j. ,.
gate wero footed up by J. A. Kennedy, ' Nvn,ll(lI nncks C0,nC)li,B voter
and 12. R. Hendry, chairman and sec of ,fcr. itepubllran and lK..wr.tt'v pa.
retary respectively, of the Republican I ,. tn ,,. ,. ,.,.,. . .,. ,,..
f'onttMil f 'rvmnvlttnn In ViAniiniinnthiij I
esterdny. It uas found thut Wilcox
Ikih u plurality of 2G5 votes.
NO MAUI IRREGULARITIES
.. ui0,o u. .. ,,,UUy re-Bumi me. ...
nil tho other precincts as there were In
alluku. tho whole election should be
thrown out nnd a new election oidercd;
which would be n calamity that we,
for one, would bo able to bear with '
cheerful resignation. Maul News, Nov.
Tho above editorial which appeared
In the Maul News of Nov. 10, Is an un
called for slur nt tho Walluku Hoard
of inspectors. Ills not only false, but
It Is wilful Ingratitude emanating from
a man who ought to know better. Tlml
editor, however, cunningly omits thoj ' '
"Irregularities" for there wero none in I
fact. Tho only supposes! Irregularities! Inter-Ulnnd Stock Increose.
wero contained In the cranium of thol At a special meeting of the stock
Maul News editors. holders of the Inter-lBland Co. recently,
If the editor considers the addition the following resolution was passed.
of thieo now booths for the accommo-l "Resolved, That the capital stock of
elation of voters, which, however, was the company be Increased $100,000 for
also deno In Honolulu, as one of the ' which there shall bo Issued 1000 shnres
"Irregularities," then, that only proves
tho extent of the Intelligence of tho
W. T. ROBINSON,
W. R. BOOTE,
Hought Out Dnley.
Wm. Lucas of tho Wilder Steamship
Co. has bought the Owl Lunch Room
from Richard Daly, scrgeant-at-arms
at Republican headquarters, and will
continue tho business on his own hook.
Kerr & Co, havo values In men's and
boy's clothing that cannot be dupli
cated. They nro making a specialty
Just now of boy's tweed pants at 23
cents per pair,
'twas Quiet All Along
.the "Line With
FOOLED 'EM A
Popularity of Baldwin and Dickey
Carried Them Through Wailuku
Inspectors Lost Their
Walluku, Nov, 10. Election day ha
como and gono and tho Independent
party both on Maul and Molokal carried
tho day. Out ot ten candidates only
two Republicans wro elected, I tons,
11. P. Baldwin and C II. Dickey, while
tho Independents elected two Senators,
S. E. Kalue and William Whlto and
five Representatives I W. lleckley,
Rev. J. K. Hlhlo, O. P. Kaultnaknolo,
Iokua Ahull!, and Solomon Knwulliun
Tho Democrats did not elect any of
It is conceded on all sides that It
was only the great popularity of Hun.
II. P. Baldwin and C. II. Dickey that
carried them through against greit
Tho natives on Molokal and Maul
voted straight for the Independent par
ty without referenco to capacity of iho
Individual, and to uso the very words
of Robert W. Wilcox at Walluku re
cently, a monkey would have been
elected If only nominated on the Inde
Election day passed oft very quietly
at Pukoo, Molokal. Of the 1 13 voters
who came to the polls besides the hun
dreds of women and children who came
from afar to enjoy politics on that d-y,
only two were noticed to have been u
little under the Influence of liquor and
both of them were Democrats. Out
side of the two, there was not a single
Independent or Republican seen n round
the Pukoo courthouse In a drunken
Ktntp. A sllirht nhnuer nf rnln fr.ll
fum.) iru be- sail
of nil the
.elections on Maul lint city.
le Kcnem, nlc 0VCrywIierp fr thcro.LV
u ot rcl)orleil a Blim, ,,, rlf0 1 '
from ()f ,he Mne,.u v,ll(! rc. '
i ii.iiii mi )
rinrtB on Maul
Mo'oknt and L.inal,
veylng Independent vctcui foi the i-l)
Independents were donutng Republi
can nnd Democratic badges all ' y,
but voted the cither v ry The same
thing happened on Molokal One of the
good Republicans on Molokil kindly
sent seven hotses seventeen mile to
lhc ,., ,,,, of Mo,oknI ,,JKwa Mm,
Keve na,vca p)e(,KC(, thenelva
ag emill,tan8 used the horse8 an(J
.,,. ,, ,, ,h . v,a ,n , ..
dependent ticket. At Knlaupap.i, there
were ono hundred voters left nt 5 p.
m. and tho Inspectors decided to cIojo
the polls at thnt hour No new booths
wero provided, which was nn over
sight. At Walluku three new booths
wein nrnvldeil ilnrlntr thn iifternitmi.
bHt nolwUnItaniHBB ,hat, nve w.e
,Qft Wt ,, ,ho ibnfj , , ,,
. , .
of stock at $100 per share, making the
total stock of the company $000,000,
tho new shares to bn offered to thu
shareholders as of November 15, 1000,
pro rata, or at the ratio of one new
share to every five old shares. The
proceeds derived from the' new Issuo
of stock to be nppllel to tho payment of
the cost of tHo now steamer now build
ing, nnd the balance to be used by th.)
company as working capital, or for
such other purposes of the company as
tho directors may determine.'
McCarthy, the sailors' boarding houso
keeper charged by District Attormy
Ilulrd with detaining Bailors' baggage,
will havo his uppenrnnto before Judge
Esteo on Wednesday moinlng ,
NEW HE W
GEAR LANSING & CO. PUT
WAIALAE LAND ON MARKET
Offers Some of Best Residence Sites in
City--Splendid View Towards
Gear, LanBlng ft Co, will put th
Walalae Tract on the market this week.
The tract contains somo of the mod
desirable residence sites yet offered to
the people of Honolulu The land hai
n gradual slope from the Kalmuki tract
nnd Telegraph Hill towards Walalao
and commands a splendid view of Kokn
Head, tho country surrounding It, and
The tract Is easily accessible by tho
new government rond around Diamond
Head as well as the main Wnlalao road
which it borders on tho makal side
Lots will be sold at reasonable figures
and from tho number of advance) appli
cations and Inquiries made a rapid
Balo Is assured.
In jesterda)'s Republican appear.nl
a local story relating the collapse of
tho recent agreement of wholesale and
Jobbing houses for mutual protection
against certain Irregular tactics if
Tho article lets the combination
down easj with a statement that its
members "regret the step they took
and that were such a thing possible
they would give a good denl If their
circular letter to the" Mainland Ind
never been sent."
As pioof that th boycott Is no niaie."
the Republican chronicler gives a, sin
gle Instance. This Is regarding a
Coast drummer for canned goods, who
obtained orders right and left. "Tho
only large house ho Is known to have
not sold to Is Hackfeld & Co.," tho
narrative runs. "Thoso who placed
orders with him were Davlrs & C'l ,
May & Co., the Inter-Island Co. and
(one or two othcis."
This Instance proves to bo most un
fortunate In tho selection of names of
houses alleged to have broken the com
pact. Tho Bulletin Is directly author
ized, or rather requested, by Theo. If.
Davles & Co., Ltd., and II. May & Co..
Ltd , to emphatically deny that they
have departed from the terms of tho
circular agreement. ,
Young Man's Choice.
Paul Jarrett Jr. has been appointed
messenger to the Judiciary Department
In place of Levi Joseph who has gono
to tho Attorney General's Department.
Mr. Jarrett vthen remonstrated with
his friends for taking a small posl-
being only $10 per month, ho has
told htnrthat It Is better to begin at
tho lowest iting of tho ladder and go up
and he thinks ho can niako a record hv
so doing. Young Jarrett Is tho well
known athlete and member of llral.inl
senior boat trow and was n St. Louis
Consternation wns created among tho
Portuguese nt the head of Emma street
the other evening by tho sudden ap
pearance of a swarm of large beetles
an Inch or moie In length. Sevcrr.l
peoplo were bitten or pinched and,
needless to say, there was a general
scattering. Since that tlmo, tho bee'les
havo nttackcMl the fruit, vegetables ind
flowers of the Portuguese living on tho
slopes of Punchbowl In such a raven
oub style that great damage Is beini;
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
I'AIN PEN. All sites, all shapes. II.
FOR MUDDY STREETS.
The Doctor's Advice
Is to keep your feet dry and
This Is what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
o will do o
$4.50 Per Palp.
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