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WA88URC MERCHANT'S Pfc06PERITY..W
Vol IX. No. 1695.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, JRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1900.
Resolves to Issue Bonds
for $200,000 for
BONDS ALREADY PLACED
r HERE AND ON COAST
Urge Attendance of t Stockholders
The Annual Meeting Postponed
Till Tomorrow to Permit Com
pletion of Reports. h
A duly advertised special meeting of
tbc Kona Sugar Company was held at
the office, of M. W. McChesney '& Sons
this morning. It was largely attended;
more than 4000 out of 5000 shares .being
means of simultaneity between here
and there highly Imaginative Indeed
would bo through telepathy or the
sours wireless route.
All the same, It Is a grand scheme.
The Bulletin would tender a modest
prophecy of what the Twentieth Cen
tury will bring for Hawaii, vis.: "Cable
or wireless telegraph communication
with the outer world In 1D50. First
elcctroshlp from New York via the
Nicaragua Canal In 1960. Downfall of
Wilcox at the polls In 1975. State of
Hawaii assists In Dryan's election with
a pulrallty of 10,000 In 1999. Sugar bee.
discovered by Koebele In 2000, dos
away with nine-roller mills and makes
everybody n sugar baron. Tho closing
year of tho Twentieth' Century will
fetch the long-expected Universal War
ushering In the Millenium, tho casus
belli being n dispute started by Tho
JTlend on tho question of whether the
Twenty-first century begins with 2000
ARTIST MIIR IS
Society Event .
On Portraits of Kings and
1 Queens of Hawaii
FINDS TWO VALUABLE
PORTRAITS BY LEBRliN
These Would be Bought at Louvre for
Thousands of Dollars Value
Was Not Known
The large advance sale of seats for
Miss Orlswold's concert this evening
augurs a large and'' fashionable audi
ence. It is specially requested hat
those comlnir lnt An nni pn tn .aI
The special business was the bonding tCats during the rendition of nnvn.lf,,.
of tho plantation. It was prompt! ber but that an Intermission be waited, to WBOod shape as posslblcMr, Mlz
transacted, the, tone of the meeting for. Tho program Is as follows: IB . been.glvejuone ofnho small
ueiug cmiiusiasuc. A resolution W4 i. (a) La Camellia .-... Ougllelmo
i.ai UuuiurinB reissuance oil (b) Tho Merry Drown Thrush ..
-...... . . uutUuUk U1 ,.,vv. me) Dudley Duck
ur inicrcsi oi o per cent per annum c) I'our la Chanter rioi.nn.l
The government has taken action In
tho matter of tho portraits of Hawaii's
Kings, Queens and members of the
Royal, family of Hawall.h Mr. Mlz-
ner, thovybung artist from California Is
now nt work on them retouching, vnr
nlshlnK patching and putting them In-
and are redeemable In not less than
ten noV moro thanA'dfteen years.
Tho proceeds of tho bonds are to be
used In varlousklmprovemenU, such as
plantation railways,') and general de
velopment. F. W .McChesney Inform
ed a Uullettn reporter after the meet
ing that the bonds are already placed.
some In Honolulu and some In San
The annual meotlng was also to have
been held today, but It was adjourned
till 10 a. m. tomorrow to give more
time for completing reports. This Is,
for tho particular benefit of Mr. Cowan,
manager of the plantation, who only
arrived In tho teamer Mauna Loa un
hour before tt meeting opened. Offl
ccrs will be e'.c .ed and It Is anticipated
that the repc-'s of progress from the
'plantation will be of great Interest to
Frank D. Hlgbec, director of the
Twentieth Century Watch Meeting,
writes to Governor Dolo suggesting
that a watch meeting bo held In Ill
wall to see the Nineteenth Century out
and the Twentieth In. It Is proposed to
hold such assemblies simultaneously
In 15,000 .towns and villages of tho
United States under tho auspices of
the Red Cross. They are to be pay af
fairs, the gross receipts to be equally
divided between that society and lo':aI
charities. With the gross receipts thus
disposed of, there is nothing for ex
penseshall hire or anything else. Per
haps the governors and mayors are ex
pected to foot the bills.
Mr. Hlgbce says the big central
meeting at Madison Square Garden,
New York city, will recelvo from forty
to sixty words of greetings from all the
monarchs and rulers, as well as from
the leading minds of the country as
to tho progress and value of the nine
teenth century and their prophecies fur
the twentieth century. He wants greet
ings from Governor Dolo and half a
dozen citizens of Hawaii, The trouble
about tho exchange of greetings be
tween New York and Hawaii is that,
with present means of intercommuni
cation, tho Honolulu folks would have
to adjourn their vigils over j-eight
nights unless the world rulers shouIJ
for their accommodation send their
greetings in advance, in strict confi
dence of course Dy the same token the
Hawaiian greetings would have to b.
Delia E. Orlswold.
2. Sonata, op."l7, No. 2 .... Beethoven
(a) Adagio Sostcnuto;
(c) Presto agitato,
Frank A. Dallascyus.
3. Rondo Caprlccloso .... Salnt-Saens
4. La Parlate d'Amour (Faust)....
Delia E. Orlswold.
5. Concertstueck, ops. 79 Weber
Frank A, Rallaseyus.
6. (a) Romanza Andalusia ...Sarasatc
(b) L'Abellle Schubert
7. (a) The Night Now Is Clear ..Tosll
(b) La Habanera (Carmen) ..Bizet
Delia E. Orlswold.
The prices for seats arc as follows:
uown stairs, except last two rows,
11.00; last tw.o rows, 50 cents; balcony,
first ro.w, 75 cents; other rows, CO cents;
gallery, 25 cents. On sale at the
Opera House box office at 7:30.
Made .from Designs by Master Car
Builder Hughes Seats for
With the progressive enterprise that
has always characterized the manage
ment of tho Oahu Railway & Land Co.,
no sooner had the Hawnllan Cemetery
Association selected a graveyard site
on Its lino than the company set to
work to provide appropriate funeral
accommodation. A handsome funeral
car Is nearlng completion In the com
Tho vehicle is being constructed from
designs made by J. A. Hughes, master
car builder. One-third of Us length If
a compartment for the corpse and at
tendantB, for the latter chairs being In
tended to be provided In the four cor
ners. Thero are sliding doors con
taming curtnlned lights. The walls of
this compartment nro tastefully up
corner rooms whero 1)0 Is now hard Jt
WOrlC. Tlltn lllflpn la tint nvnnil 1.-.
might be cnllcil a studio but It has tb'o
redeeming feature of coolness, which nr
one appreciates moro than Mr. Mlzncr
When tHo artlsti. was$ sekn bv a
Bulletin reporter this morning, he wr.s
at work on one of 'the portraits done by
Madamo Eugenie Lebrun whose namo
stands among the highest on the list
of French artists. Indeed, during
her day, she was the Tcry forrcmost ar
tist in France.
Mr. Mlzncr stated that the two por
traits dono by this famous artist wrro
worth at least 115,000. This amount
tould easily be secured If the portraits
wero Bent to tho Louvre. Continuing,
the nrtlst said:
"All tho pictures now in the throne
room and the ones I found kicking
about In the s tort rooms across the wuy,
aro worthy of being preserved many
from a standpoint of Intrinsic value
and many as relics of Hawaii's past."
".very portrait needs attending."
with this, the nrtlst ulled one of the
number off the wnll and, In a few sec
onds, had tholmck part of tho frame
crushed to pieces. The borers had lw'
"In a year," said Mr. Mlzner, "those
portraits would have been beyond the
power of anyono.to preserve. As you
seo, oven the canvas Is eaten. The por
traits themselves have not been treated
with any great degree of care as you
may easily see. Here Is one that has a
great silt across the face." With this,
tho artist drew out n piece of canvas
and began patching.
Tho Idea is to put nil the pictures 1 1
good shape again and then hang them
In their places on tho walls of tho old
throne room. Mr. Mlzner, hard worker
that ho Is, will have to labor several
weeks before he can say that he has
pulled order out of chaos,
Adams Is deservedly a popular favor
ite he uses his voice to the best ad
vantage and has an excellent concert
tlon of the dramatic possibilities of tils
songs, be they serious or comic. , ,
Denning was decidedly clever In nil
skit of "An Irishman at Home" and
was ably seconded by Miss Carroll.
Denning Is genuinely funny and this
lls latest sketch contains the cleverest
work he has yet done.
Conlon and Ryder "broke out" in a
new place last night, making a sensa
tional entrance. They unwound an
other yard or two of their story telling
resources, which are lengthy and of '.he
best quality and danced and acrobat
cd themselve to thc.dellghrof the au
dience. Birdie Brlghtllng had new selections
which sho rendered with her usual
skiii. Anita Walton had a couple of
new and pleasing songs, while De Oas-
co and the Dulcle Sisters also changed
successfully their selections.
F&iok 6 Obntb.
Oil H; HIT
HIKED FOR CONTEMP
He Transgressed Court
Patrols Judd Street
FINE IS REMITTED
Miner Divorce Case on Day and Night
of Mrs Miner the
: Takes :
The Miner divorce case came near
being tho sole matter of news In tho
r...n.t... ., .
umi-iuiy ui'parimeni up till noon
Close upon midnight last night a
young snort of the eltv rnnlil hm.TTun
seen'walklng back and forth on Juiid ' Jl",gc ""Tl'reys kept court in ses-
street muttering vnrlous things under '""' m"'n'ht. At noon Mrs.
his fcrcath. His hands wero clasped
behind him, his head was bent forward
nnd his whole attitude- seemed to bo
orfo of deep thought.
Three of his chums had been up Iho
Vallot to p. party and, returning, found
him Inthe state Just described. One of
the number slapped him on the slioui
.Miner was still underirolnir rmu.n.
nmlnntlon by Mr. Thompson. Other
witnesses nro awaiting their turn in ar,
outer chamber. Should Dr. Miner take
tho stand In his own behalf, another
week may scarcely seo the end of the
I What preented the divorce cje
der In friendly greeting. The louiiel from "lns ,,le exclusive matter of in
sport kept Mis hands behind him aiiJitere8t w" n freBh contempt of couit
gavejthe trio of his friends n clni.v incident.
stnrij Then tho whole story come out. I ,:,,n'und H. Hart, notary public and
un his way home from a friend's
house ho had met n young mounts
patrolman on his beat. He knew tho
officer well nnd tho two young men cn-4
tered Into conversation. Tho sport
wanted to know how handcuffs wero
put on the wrists of people and tho ofll
ccr, to accommodate his friend, toik
out a pair of nickel plated beauties.
searcher of records, was sitting In tho
rear of the courtroom when the court
opened. He was without his coat. The
bailiff went to htm quietly and warned
him of his liability to punishment for
contempt on account of his undress
hnbllamcnts. Mr. Hart. Ignored tho
warning. It appears ho Imagined that
the coat rule did not apply behind tin
Judge Humphreys had his
Chicago, Nov. 9. A flat Increase
of 1 cent a pound was put upon-
beef, pork and mutton today by
Chicago packers, the Chronlfle io-
morrow will say. In one year the
additional 1 centwill yield to the
Chicago packers, basing tho estl-
mate upon last year's business the
JMi 'Sl,0ttlnB sums: Dressed beef.
-r iu.wv.iwv; qra3ri pork nnd pork
products, I20.ooo.000; mutton, $1,-
000,000. Tho total addition to In- '
Retailers of meats were thrown
Into a panic by the unexpected
rise In prices. Many who had car-
casses In their coolers declined to
buy until they could figure out
what they would need at the new
rate. In the adjustment of prices
to the consumers cholco cuts of
beef have gone up as much as 5
cents. Pork tenderloin Jumped to
the samo extent, nnd mutton chops
r went up 3 cents. The advance by
tho packer Is more than 10 per
cent on the prlco of meat the day
berore election. The advanco by
the retailers to the consumer will
nveragc 25 per cent, for tho wnsto
In a carcass doubles the Increased
cost of the salable portion.
The packers havo been selling
dressed meats nt a loss for several
years. In six months tho prlco of
meat stuffs has gone up 12.50 per
hundred pounds. Thero has been
no corresponding advance In the
price of cattle, hogs nnl sheep.
Said the sport: "Try them on me ?o
that I may see how th thine In inn "
The omccr compiled with tho request, j ,,lm' ho Bovcr. n"d after a llte wjllfs
the .port putting his hands behind hls,"r',em' lhc bn""r t0 Mng.MrV'lfajt
back. "That's very nice. You did thut berorc ,ho "" -;J
very nulcklv but ricsnoriitn mn "lr. Hart," said the Judge.. "I. nn-3
wouldn't hold their hands ns quietly .m I yf,u twcnty-flvo dollars f or coatomjt rat
I did. Now let's see how quickly you j K""n '" appearing in tins courtroom .'n
can turn mo loose." j your "hlrtslecvss, and you are coru-
Tho patrolman nut his hand In his I mlcd to Jail until you pay the fine.
pocket and then a look of horror camo' s, 1,art wn8 conducted to the dork
over his face. He had forgotten the
key at his room near Kawalhao churcn,
a distance of over two miles. The sport
refused to go to tho station house nr.d
thero havo tho handcuffs unlocked A,
ho simply walked back and forth on tho
street until his friends came along.
The patrolman set spurs to his horbe.
Upon arrival nt tho house, he wakened
everyone In his mad effort to mnkn
time. Tho key was found and another ' u mKnt sit behind the bar without
wild rush was mado for Judd streit. ""B "''" Tno Ju1s thinking he re
and sat there a few minutes, when
Judgo Humphrey called him again to
tell him he might go his way until Ave
minutes beforo 12 o'clock.
Judge Humphrows nt reccess met Mr.
Hart In tho corridors nnd remitted his
fine upon hearing explanations. Reforo
the court had opened Mr. Hart, whose
business makes him a frequenter of the
Judiciary precincts, nsked the Judge if
forwarded hence as early as December i holstercd In black cropo
zu. ai an events, mo oniy imaginaoio
A 5 Room Modern Residence
and Barn, Etc., well located
Rental 840.00 per month,
Also a large 6 Room .Modern
with Barn, Servant's House,
Etc. Rental S40.00,
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
Tel. Main 09. Judd Building.
trimmings. A neatly designed bier
similarly upholstered will stand In the
middle. There are reversible seats for
thirty; passengers In tho other end of
the car, which Is separated from tho
bier compartment with a heavy; cur
tain. The Interior finish Is of richly
grained nsh. In construction tho car
Is most staunch and substantial, llko
all the passenger coaches turned out of
tho shops. v
Into the Wharf.
The George Curtis while being townd
to tho railroad wharf yesterday by the
Fearless bumped Into the edge of tho
pier, requiring the replacing of some
twenty feet of her timbers on thti port
side. The repairs are being mado by
Sorenson & Lyle. No blamo Is attached
to the tug.
Cotton eh alley 6 cents a yard; shirt
Ings, twenty yards 11.00; new styles in
ginghams 14 yards, $1.00. Liberty silks
15 yards, $1.00, L. II. Kerr & Co. Queen
Tho latest styles In shirts and tics
are to be found at Iwnkaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. J381 White.
ABOUT MR. HAYWOOD.
Wm. Haywood ,who recently left for
San l ranclsco, is expected back on tli
27th Inst. In the S. S. China. Mr. litis
Bon was seen nt tho Internal Revenue
oHlco today and ho mado the remark
that the article In the Republican of
yesterday morning regarding Mr. Hay
wood and himself, was not gleaned
from any vllablo source and Is there
fore, not authentic. He further staved
that, realizing tho fact that he was ho
soon to retire from tho office of col
lector nnd having been given a short
leave of absence, ho had decided to
make a trip to San Francisco to nr
rnnge, If possible, for n Treasury agent
to come to Honolulu. Mr. Haywood
considered that the easiest way to com
municate with the Government at
Washington would bo to go to San
Francisco where he could use tho tele
graph. Corresponding would take too
The end of tho week program at tho
Orpheum la well selected and entirely
now. The opening act, "A Spring
Chicken," Is of a decidedly lively na
ture and provokes much laughter, Ry
der as a way down East farmer has a
capital make up and dialect, whllo Ad
nniB as tho Parson looks the "real
thing." Denning and the gcntlemun
with the black face, who played tho
waiter last week, wero both good as tho
cook and wnlter, whllo the songs mid
choruses, though a trifle weak laHt
evening, made the comedietta thor
Ryder's delivery of the "Flag
Speech" nt the finale was rendered
with 110 llttlo dramatic and patriotic
fervor and tho curtain dropped to
Adams has two new good songs In his
repertorle one of them, a coon Bong.
ueing a rarity on a Honolulu Btngi,
to wit, one that is absolutely fresh. Mr.
Thero tho handcuffs were unlocked and
the sport freed. He Is keeping out of
the wny of his friends today.
This Is another cobo where curlospy
was more than gratified.
ferred to his usunl work In the clerk'a
office gave an affirmative answer.
METROPOLITAN MDAT CO.
Oeorge McLeod, who left for San
Francisco with Mrs. Mcl.eod not long
since. Is to remain permanently In that
city as tho purchasing agent for tho
Metropolitan Meat Co, This action wjs
taken recently by the company becauv,
from now on, Honolulu will get all hsr
meat from San Francisco or Chicago,
the tariff 011 meat and mutton from the
Colonies being now so high ns to m-ike
n profit on sales here, an Impossibility.
Tho statement comes from Mnnagor
Wuller of tho Metropolitan Meat Co.
that thero Is not a shortage In tho sup
ply of turkeys for Thanksgiving nnd
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Frank llarate was found not guilty of
the charge of assault and batli-ry on
II. K. Akl and discharged. It wnn
Lrought out In the evidence that Akl
went to llarate's house and tried to
create a disturbance. Barate tried to
j mako him go away but he wouldn't
. Finally, extreme measures were taken.
! Judge Wilcox said that Akl had evi
dently gone to tho place looking for
I trouble and then quoted tho following
Serlptuinl passage: "Seek and yo shall
nnd; ask and It shall be given unto
TANTALUS LOTS INSPECTED.
Following the instructions of Super
intendent of Public Works McCnndless.
Jas, H. lloyd went un on Tantalus v.
terdny afternoon on a tour of Inspec
tion of the lots sold threo years ago to
day to various parties. His object was
Jo see If tho conditions under which
tne'propcrty waso1d, had been ful
filled V thn nnrrMwa tt will . ...
'rnembcrefl''that UicJImlt of time for h
I fulfillment. of "tfc6 conditions was set
Mr. Boyd found that tho great major
ity of purchasers had compiled with
the requirements. He will turn lu a
report as soon as possible.
LuHt Pile Driven.
The last pile of the new Navy wharf
was driven yesterday afternoon nnd the
work of capping and covering has nl
rendy begun. This' work will tnUo
about a week nnd then will begin tho
laying on of nsphaltum. As this Is tho
natural stuff It will mako a much bet
ter ecu erring than that of the flrtt
wharf, which becomes soft when tho
sun Is very hot. The natural as
phaltum Is much tho better.
Two Coroncr'H I qu;nta.
An Inquest was ordered today on tho
body of Jokeppa, a native man who
died unattended. The inquest on tho
body of Richard Brash, the causo of
whoso death was found on post mortem
by Drs. Prntt and Garvin to bo general
debility. Is being held this afternoon.
His death was unattended, hence tho
TUB WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. II.
United States and European malls
will bq dispatched as per postal sche I
ulo and contain supplies of our "Ilaw.i-
furthcr, no largo part of the recent con- "an Sollve,llr Art Calendar" for 1001.
Blgnmcnt has been polled. The puo- l:(Iltlon limited. New subjects better
lie need havo no nnxlety ns to tho sun-' than cver' 8trlclly h'sh class work,
ply of this most Important factor In n I IIcst calemlnr 'ct produced. Don't fall
in man one to me menus at home.
Wnll, Nichols Co., tLd.
Minion NntlvcH Angry.
Somebody went up Into Manon valley
yesterday forenoon and thero spreid
the story that Robert W. Wilcox had
been arrested by the authorlrtleB. Mr.
Wilcox has a large number of friends
In this valley and, In less tlmo than It
tnkes to tell, several were on their way
to tho city to render what assistance
they could In tho matter of balling out
their leader. Tho Btae of mind
It Is stated that tho Mauna Loa will
lay up this trip for a thorough over
hauling. It Is not definitely known
whether tho Mlkahala or the W. O.
Hall will tako her run, It will taka
about two weeks to complete repairs.
these natives when they found out they
had been gulled, may well be Imagined.
They lire now looking for the person
who spread the absurd report.
Thero will bo a special meeting of
Oahu Lodge No. 1. K. of P. tonight.
1 Work Intho second dearee. Sea notion
' 1 under New Today.
Pump at Work
Tho pump on tho site of the new
Young block wbb Bet at work today for
tho first tlmo Blnce It was Installed.
The loung Brothers ore In charge. ling,
The recent rains have caused n lot of
water to be deposited In tho' excava
tions and this, added to the seepigo
that hns already been discovered, U
making the hindrance which tte
pumping apparatus Is expected to ro-
"Comblnola," nevtlils year. Forty
(-10) games on one board. Holiday
stock now open ;como early. Walt,
Nichols Co., Ltd.
The Sheridan is duo today, but it
Is barely possible that the Aorangl may
not be sighted before Saturday morn-
Ine Job Printing nt
There will be a Special Meeting of Oahu
LoJrc No. 1, K. of P., this (Friday) even
ing at 7:30 p m at Castle Hall.
Work In the SeconJ Degree.
tCoS'lt K.ofR. fcS.
Shirtwaists, splendid cut and latest
styles from 50 cents to 1,00 nt L. D.
Kerr's big sale.
The Doctor's Advice
Is to keep your feet dry and
Thiils what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
o will do o
4.50 Per Palp.