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BY SUBSCRIBIINO FOR THE BULLETIN
Vol. IX. No. IC80.
HONOLULU, TERBITOKY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13 lflOU.
FnioR 5 Oknth.
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ON TIE FIT
Chinese Seaman Gets In
to Trouble Through
CAPTAIN AND COLLECTOR
REACH AN UNDERSTANDING
Chinese Crew Are All Aboard Transport
Solace Sailors' Boarding House
Keeper McCarthy Gets
All's well that ends well. The Chi
nese members of the crew of the Navy
transport Solace nro on board ship.
Captain Wlnslow sent none of them
ashore to make a test case and no ha
beas corpus proceedings are pending.
An opinion of a solicitor of the United
States Tieasury Department, to the
effect thnt Chinese Immigrants cannot
he admitted In the Territory of Hawaii
although going from the United States,
Is what Collector Stackablo relied cm '.(
prevent Chinese members of the trow
from coming ashore. This opinion was
backed by a letter from District At
torney .1 C. Ilalril, under jesterdaj s
date, advising the Collector of meaus
for keeping the Chinese to tho ship
Captain Wlnslow did not continue
his opposition to the Custom House
authority, but made an ariangemeut
whereby the Chinese steward, of the
Solace could go Into town to buy sup
plies. It appears that the executive
olllccr of the Solaco misunderstood the
arrangement, thinking It Implied gen
eral shore liberty to the Chinese on
board. He let one of them pass ashore,
who was promptly arrested by a cus
toms guard. Explanations wero mndo
this morning which led to the release of
the Chinaman and his return uboatd
William McCarthy, the sailors' board
ing house keeper, got off lightly In tho
United States District Court this morn
ing. Thcro wero half a dozen Informa
tions against him for detaining tho
baggage of sailors. Each one If proved
would render him liable to a flno of
$100, or a cumulative penalty of (GOO
As ho pleaded guilty to one charge and
It being his first offense, District At
torney Ilalrd did not desire to Insist on
tho pound of flesh. Onl) tho single
charge was pressed, and Judge Esleo
fined McCarthy $23.
LUAU8 TO WILCOX.
Robert W. Wlleox, delegate to Con
gress, nnd the leadeis of the Indepen
dent Home Ilulo party, will lenvo for
I.ile tomorrow to attend a luau at the
Mormon settlement, given In honor o'
Mr. Wilcox. The affair will be n big
one. On Thursday tho party will tako
tho train for Walalua, whero another
big luau will bo given at tho home ot
S. K. Mahoe, ono of tho successful
candidates for tho Houso of Represen
tatives on the ticket of the Home H'lie
Tho final luau ot tho celebration po.
rlod will be given In this city on Sat
urday night by tho Independent paity,
In celebration of its recent victory at
At the Orplicuin.
The Orpheum's change In tho pro
gram this week Is very acceptable.
"Who Is Who' 'Is ono of those laugh
able sketches whero Conlon, Ryder and
Denning show themselves to perfec
tion. Edwnrd I). Adams In a reper
tolro of new Bongs scored a success
with them. Tho Dulclo Sisters sang
For Rent, H
A 5 Room Modern Residence
.tnd Barn, Etc., well located
Rental $40,00 per month,
Also a large 6 Room .Modern
with Barn, Servant's House,
Etc. Rental S40,oo.
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
Tel. Main C9. Judd Uulldlug.
well. Paolo dc Oesca Introduced some
new Instruments In his musical act.
Conlon and Hydcr appeared In a new
role showing different kinds of aero
ha tic work, their clog dancing toik
Immensely, keeping good time. Mist
Anita Walton and Mis sDlrdle Urlght
llng are always able tg have encores
which shows their continued popular
ity. Ilobert Denning and Grace Cur
roll have r very amusing sketch whlcn
holds tho audience In laughter for n
DRIVUR OF CAR 37.
In this morning's Advertiser appear
ed an article, on the Insolcnco of the
driver of car 27 on the IleretanlaJ,
street line. This man was seen today
and In explanation of yesterday's epi
sode, he bad the following to say:
"Evidently, both sides of the story
were not told. The Advertiser put
cverj thing the way one of Its repre
sentatives saw the thing. Now I would
like to have my say.
"I had waited for an appreciable
length of time on tho Alapal street
switch and allowed three cars to pass
by before I started on. I had Just
reached the frog of tho switch when
the bell Jingled. It was Impossible fo
me to stop then as I had u balky hoi so
and wanted to get completely dear of
tho switch. Had I stopped there, no
end of trouble would have resulted.
"Just ns I wns about to stop the
rear brake was put on by someone who
had absolutely no right to do this. I
tried to put on my brake but the car
would not stop because there was an.
Interference. The man who put on tlicj
back brake didn't turn tho thing far,
enough. However, he saw how the
thing was and took another turn. This ,
stopped the car.
"It often happens that people (pai-'
tlcular'y ladles) will allow n car to
stop and. Immediately It has started up i
again, ring the bell. This was the cu3e
'yesterday. A lady wanted to get out J
In few feet from whero I had stopped'
for over n minute. I couldn't do It
I until I had cleared the switch on ac
I count of my balky horse."
! Mrs. Theresa Wilcox, wife of 'lie
Delegate to Congress-elect, is threaten
ed with criminal proceedings J. A. Ma-.
goon, attorney for different Hawaiian,,
wroto her n letter on May 28 demanu-
ing pa) men t of the value of cal - i -
bashes given her to sell. In default oil
which she would bo piosecuted. Mrs.
Wlleox gained an extension of time to
account for the property, but tho limit
Is now considerably exceeded. Mr. Mu-1
Boon sa)s he avoldded taking action
while the elections were pending lestiril Senator from Kooimi on the other
It might mo construed as political lde of this Island, his resignation us
spit c. Now, however, ho Intends to ,it.,)Ut sheriff of the Island has ben
nave -Mrs. vvncox bronglit into tomt,
where It will be determined whether
or not she Is criminally liable. The
foregoing Is tho truth lelutlvo to a ru-.
mor current nt noon that Mr. Magoon
was having Mrs. Wilcox arrested for
obtaining moiie-) under fulso pretence,).
Police Court NotcK.
James Antono nnd Solomon Keava,
nsnult and battery on Sol Tim, nolle
prosequi; John Alii for assault and ba,
tcr) on Mary Alii, lined to and costi.
Manuel Jeioldo, assault and battery em
Joo 1'rcltas, continued to Nov. litit; I
Walpa, ossault nnd batter) on Antono
llednl, lined (10 and costs; Laelao and
ii-uij iuoivi, tut iiuiiMlUK ni'L. oyi 1
I'ennl Laws, continued to Nov. llt'i;
Now that )ou have leturned from
jour vacation ou should have )uur
plano tuned. We will send out experts
In this lino at reasonable prices who
will put jour piano In first class order.
Tile, Uergstrom Music Co.. Kort street.'
I. S. Scales who has had charge of
tho American Sugar Co. Interests on
Moloknl has resigned to accept a posi
tion with tho Hawaiian Commercial at
Spreckclsvllle. Mr Scales left In the
Klnau today to Install his successor.
Captain Merry oxpeets to bo away
from Honolulu between five nnd six
months. During his absence his dot
tago at Holant l'a will bo occupied by
Dr. and Mrs. McDonald who came, herd
not long ago.
A retaining wall Is being erected be
tween tho Bewerago pumping statin,)
and the now foundry. It Is part of
tho work to complete direct connec
tion of tho lleach road with tho city
Tho navy transport Solaco sailed for
Manila via Guam, at 2 p. m. toduv.
There were a largo number of people on
the wharf to Bay good-byo to friends
The I'anthcon barber shop has put !n
several flno baths with hot und cold
water, an Innovation for barber shops
hero that Is suro to bo appi eclated.
An Hawaiian fruit drink!!! Mali
(Myjah.) Ice cream soda served fredli
each day at Ilenson, Smith . Co.'s gpi,
Tort and Hotel.
Fine Job Printing at
. jhnnMliw 4,a.hii 1 1 li AmU
Message Sent and Received at Kalm
ukl This JVlorninjj Only Ten Sec
and Receipt of
The first complete message by vtreless telegraph was sent across the A
Molokal channel from the Katmukl station on this Island at, about 4:30 ft
estcrday afternoon. This came fiom Expert Hobbs who went up to ft
the Molokal station near Kn Ijie t. Ku Laau point the latter part of
lost week. Expert In chief Cray and Aststant Plctls were nt tho sta
tion on this Island .
This morning tho experts with Manager Crosi went to tho local sta
tion for nnothcr trial. Orders had been telegraphed yesterday to be on
hand to receive messages not later than 9:30 this morning. Tho ex
perts arrived at the station shortly nftcr 10 o'clock. At 10:30 Expert
dray put his hand to tho key for the first call. After waiting about
two minutes another tall was made,
Within 15 seconds after the second call, the click of tho receiver as
sured the party that Hobbs had h-ard nnd his response was prompt.
Manager Cross threw up his hat and the ticker was set for receiving
the message. 1
"Who are you and how ure jon" was read on tho tope bj Mr. Oray
as Hobbs first query.
"He evidently thinks there may be someone on Lanal," remarked
Mr. Oray And he immediate!) sent u missage announcing tho station
and the make-up ot the party
It was exactly ten seconds when the niiBwer came back. "Good morn
ing to Mr. and Mrs. Cross. Send nie 20U feet of two and one-half Inch
rope Jiythp steamer leaving this afternoon" After this the messages
througfi'the atmosphere took n general turn between the experts as to
the condition of tho Molokal stnt.on and whether the messages receiv
'.'ed there werellstluct. The first
ft rest nti) pWlble doubt ns to tho
there have Indied been very serious doubts expressed by the general
publlc.slnc'e the first set back experienced in crossing the channel
It Is'npparent from the experiments made b) Mr. dray that the pre
vious failure of the Kalmukl station was due to tho dry weather then
prevailing. Even now the messages received at tho Molokal station aro
much stronger and more distinct than those received nt Kalmukl.
For this reason tho Kalmukl station will be changed to lower ground
where the receiving wire will have contact with the water level 11)
this change the successful operation of the s)stem Is nssured In nil
kinds of weather.
Mr. Gray's solution of this illllle nltj Is supported by the conditions
at the Makena (Maul) and Lanal stations which have worked perfectly
across a greater dUtaneo since- flist Installed. At both these stations
the receiving wire has contact with the wet earth of the sea level
Having established be) one! th' possibility of a doubt that the chan
nel between Oahu nnd Molokal can be spanned and messages sent with
perfert nrcurui.y. Mr. aray will Immediately proceed to the location of
the permanent station for Oahu. It Is probable that this will be plate-cl
on the low lands between Koko Head and Makapu point.
ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft
CROWELL TO KOLOA.
Since Krnnk t'ahla failed to be el-c-
withdrawn nnd he will remain there
In his original position,
)n t,e event of his election. Chief
clerk Wm. Crowell was to have taken
bis place. Sheriff Hroun has given the
deserving oung man the post ot depu
t) sheriff of Koloa on thn Island of
Kauai for which place he will depart
In the near future It-will bo lernem
bered that Robert Wnlaleale was forc
ed to resign n short time ago on ai-1
eount of alleged misappropriation ot
XIi Crowell Is a native of Kuual, his
home being In Wnlmea, where his pen
l'l ' nuw residing,
Kicked the Bucket.
Tlue-e Japanese were uriested at tho
eoirnl In lwllel last night on the charge
of drunkenness. The first of the trlu,
who was found by the police l)lng tUt
on the grouud, pleaded not guiltv
Bn)ing that he hadn't touched 11 drev
of nny kind ot llquoi Thei other two
men wero kicking the bucket In the
vicinity of his lioiibo and ho was on
his way to remonstrate with them,
when arrested. Judge Wilcox sized up
tho'wholo thing, told tho Japanese- (ho
corral was not u proper place In which
to kick the bucket and lined him U and
A native, Kalauahl by name, was ar
rested )esterday on the charge of
drunkenness. Ills name was culled In
tho Pollco Court this morning but 111
was found .that the poor fellow could.
not walk. He wns completely paralyz-,
ed nnd tho prosecution was quick to
nsk that the cuso be nolle pros'd De-
fendant was freed and sent to his home
In a hack,
Tho bteamer Kcauhou had two boat
loads of freight capsized at Kllauca ,
and could not do any more work. Thn
samo fate met her at Anahola where,
after landing two boat loads of freight
sho was compelled to go to sea. It In
reported, however, that the weather is
moderating on the windward sldet f
Men's dress shirts, open front or
back, the largest and most complete as
sortment In town at (1.00 apiece. L. U.
Kerr & Co., Queen street.
Tho latest styles In shirts and ties
are to he found nt Ivvakaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. 3301 White.
messages wero sufficient to set at
practicability of the s)ntcm, und
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CHI1ERPUL LLTTEIt PROM KAU.
A Kuu eorrespoiulent writes the Ilul
letln the following cheerful letter-
"There Is no, one but the Republlea-i
party to blame for Sam Parker's defeit.
This Island was not properl) stumpe)
by Sam, a matter 1 enllcd )our attri
tion to some weeks ago. If they had
put more money Into active cump.ilitii
work Instead of printed matter, tho Re'
puhlleans would have- been mueh but
"Tho Republican Central Committee
has n largo lot to lcaiii about Hawaii in
(politics I wrote some time ugo to n
friend In Honolulu telling him the- Re-
publican party would get left all over
the Islands, Honolulu excepted, und I
guess I 11m right. You urn bet that
the Republican party Is dead, nuiko Ir-a,
snowed under for good nnd all on this
Island 'I he natives here- will have
nothing to do with an) thing lulled It"
publican." PAT McLANII, MANAOliR.
l'at MeUuie, tho hustling joiing
plantation mnnugcr, who was made
malinger ot Knmulo plantation, bus re
signed his position
Not man) da)S ugo a letter was sent
III 111 bj I'aul Isenberg to come to Ho
nolulu ut thei verj llrut upportiiult)
nnd Mr. McUinu came. He was told
that Anton Cropp, manager of Kol u
plantation, Kauai, hud resigned an 1
thnt ho bad been picked out as maiu
gei In his place. Mr. McUine uceepiod
the offer, sent In his resignation ns
manager of Kumalo nnd will leave soon
for his new place.
There will bo a big labor picnic ut
I'earl Harbor on Thanksgiving Day, In
connection therewith will be boat racen
athletic sports anil fireworks during
tho da) and dancing In the evening.
Special trains will be run to accommo-
date the great eiowds that will un-
doubtcdl) go down to enjo) themselves,
Tho committee of laboring men In
chargo of the uffalr aro doing all In
their power to make a success of It.
8ult (or ejectment.
Emma Nakulnu has brought suit
against 1'ann) Strauch and 1'uoaok.i
laul for ejectment fiom a certain pleco
of property at I'ohaknluvvala. Kallhl,
which Is claimed by tho plaintiff U
Is alleged that t)io two defendants nre
holding the piopcrty unjustly nnd con
trary to law 1'lalntirr claims the resti
tution of the piopcity and damages in
tho sum of (2000. Tho caso will come
up during thu rpbtuury term of the
.JWetfoiiHdiJMacfellBii Aa!J,wiiuuii;iliMV4iu.iJ. iiJKaii in ti.A.Alf ,..JmA-
OF PAST INK
Done by Y. M. C.
and Its Army of
BIG INCREASE IS SHOWN
New Buildings ErectedEducational
and Physical Facilities Taken Ad'
vantage of by Thousands of Men
Many Interesting Points.
The Y. M. C. A. of this clt Is dM-
trluutlng among Us members a pumpli-'
let In which aro contained some salient
potnts regarding the work of tho V L,
C A. In tho United States during the
KnrlOOO. Ilclow will be found somo of
the most Important figures which, to
the many Interested In tho noblo work
of tho association, will iindoiihti-.llv
provo of great Interest,
The Held department with live fb-'d
secretaries In the east, south, wcf(,
non n went and soutiiwest, has cun-
tlnue-d Its general supervision of tr.o' Incnnse In the membership of the four
fill city and town associations wt'i I leading clt) associations In Toko, (Jn-Iht-lr
180,000 members, 300 building l"- -Madras (India), Colombo (ly
and over 1000 local secretaries. In Ion) and Rio de Janeiro (llraxll ) Sinev
this service they have also given on-1 September 1. 1S99. eight secretaries
luurukimiiit, help and un,lt to the 1j ''.ive been sent out from tho Nor'li
state and provincial organizations In American associations one to Jap in.
their work of closer supervision of the
The Indian work has been prosecut
ed through nu Indian traveling seer--
tary, among tho oiitli ot tin
Sioux reservations,, now Including to
associations and over 1C00 members
The total number of student associa
tions, exclusive of those In colored an I
Indian Institutions, Is 507, a net In
crease- of 23 over tho previous )ear Of
these- 43 nro In theeiloglnil seminaries
and colleges, C3 In other professional
schoolM nnd 4G2 In colleges, universities,
normal nnd preparatory schools.
At tho four summer coniculucs 12
normal classes were conducted with a
total membership of moro than 1,100.
The Illblc study Is deeply Inllucncln,!
all other activities of tho student as
Tho reports which weru.
received show that In 328 associations,
12.SJ3 students were enrolled in these
classes last year.
There- uro now 43 general secretaries
of student associations and metropoli
tan student movements, an Increase nf
11 over the preceding jear.
Four student summer conferences
were held at l'aelfli Grove, C11I , Ashe--vllle,
N C, like- Geneva, Wis, a-id
Northlleld, Muss, the total attendance
being 1,228 students
Prom re-ports which have- been rj
eclveil at least 3,000 students acccplei
Jesus Christ. Over 1,200 studeutB vveie
enrolled In thu mission study elasic-s
under tho Student Volunteer move
ment for Porclgn Mission Tho confer-
nee of the- World's Student Chrlstlin
I'edcrntlon ut Versailles last August
was attended by 18 delegates fiom 21
Tho tut Increase ut associations In
tho railioad department since 11 jear
ago Is 11, making the total now 157,
wltli 11 membership of over 40,000
Ten new buildings, costing from (I
500 to (JO.O0O each, have been milled to
tho list Thu present number of build
ings owned or set apart for rallroi!
associations Is C9. Seventj-Ihe corpor
ations have contributed tounnl ihn
current expenses of these associations
during the past year (1U3.000, In addi
tion to all that has been given tor new
During the ye-ar, moro than 100 sta
tions ot the army have been reached,
moro than 100,000 pounds of supplier
of literature, writing material, etc.,
hnvo been used nnd 4,000,000 pieces jt
stationery distributed. At the solicita
tion of officers and men, work wns be
gun during tho summer with gnrrlsaus
In Alasku. In China, the expedition to
Peking had tho service of an associa
tion representative and association
work wns extended to tho troops of Ca
nada serving In South Africa.
Tho naval Y. M. C. A has lost n mint
earnest worker In tho death of Rear
Admiral J. W. Philip. Rear-Admlri'l
A. S. Darker has accepted thu Chair
manship of tho naval general commit
tee. With tho approval of tho Naval De
partment a Tempcrunro league has
been organized and, up to July 1, l.l.'l
signatures to the total abstinence
pledge had been secured
Plans for the now nnval branch buil
ding, to be erected on Sands street,
llrookl)n, have been perfected I be
work ot construction will be undei
taken without delay The work In both
tho nrmy nnd nuv) has been greaiiv
facilitated by members nnd friends of
the Intcr-Nutloiiiil Women's Auxiliary.
Norfolk, Va., was the first city to
have a new building erected for color
ed young men The total value- of real
property now owned by five associa
tions In this department Is (30 000
Twenty-five thousand, nine hundred
men attended the educational classed
the jear past. The) paid (38.000 In ex
tra tuition fces2G per cent more
than the cnr before It Is estimate'!
that 14,038 International certificate,
250 more than the ear previous wero
won In the annual examinations.
Last year 57,814 men used associa
tion ploslclal privileges, this )cnr
there were 77,485 These men paid ap
proximately (232 155 In excess fees for
these privileges. Thlrt) jcars ago bu:
one physlclal director wns employed;
twenty enrs ago, 121 and now thetc
are 267. One ofjhe prinlcpal linen of
effort Is for n hlsh'moral grade- of ath
letics. This end over 3.000 nthlffi
have put themselves on record through
the registration plan
Tho committee's publication busi
ness continues to grow, the past )e.tr
showing an Increase of C5 per cent
over the previous one Pomo 30 new
books and pamphlets have been Issued
besides many' revisions and reprints.
""' and unbound record books,
. hhmks and circulars. Among the lir-
B" ool- ru 'ho Robert R Mcliurnry
'memorial ami three student lllblo
courses Of the 30 new publication,
'"ore than a half belong to the lllbtj
I tuitjr department
I There are now over 2VJ associations
In the non-Christian lands, with about
11.000 members. Twclit)-flvi- new nJ
soclatlons have been added during tho
past )car and there has been u marked
u"o ' China and six to India making
20 North American secretaries In
The past )ear has been a remarkable
one In the reported conversions .if
j nung men from nil tho fields In whlcn
this work Is being prosecuted. The
awakening and growth of thn mission
ary spirit In the home associations lias
nlso bein u marked feature. In fact.
,,u' I,n"- r has witnessed the Incor-
porullon of tbu missionary department
ns n recognized feature of the regular
work of city and railroad associations
In the homo (Hid.
HUMBNWAY THE MAN.
C. K. Hemenway, formerly instructor
In mathematics at Oahu college and rc-
etntly connected with tho Hoard of
Health as assistant to Dr Pratt, Is
promoted to be City Sanitary Olllcer,
the position which Dr Pratt held until
he was promoted to Dr. Garvin's plato.
Mr. Hemenway Is a hard worker and
will undoubtedly till his new iMisltlon
with credit to himself nnd the Hoard ot
Health It will bo remembered that he
was ono of the volunteer workers dur
ing tho plague-, serving In tho capacity
of superintendent of the guards at Ki
llbl camp under J D McVeigh
A largo black trunk, secured by
ropes, was sent from the home of J.
T Taj lor to the schooner licit ne to
day. It was found to be tho trunk onto
owned by l.orbevr. tho man shut and
killed on thu O It fc L, tracks near
the di pot some months ago The ef
fects of the deceased ur- being sent
home to tin, famll)
Kerr & Co huvo values In mcn'B and
loy'g clothing that cannot bo dupli
cated. They are making 11 specialty
just now of lioj's tweed pants at 25
cents per pair.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN All sizes, all shapes. II.
FOR MUUDY STREETS.
The Doctor's Advice
b to keep your feet dry and
Thli Is what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
o will do o
-. v ii.
$4.50 Per Pair.