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Vol. IX. No. 1600. nHONOL'rJLU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. XpyEMBKR 24 1900.
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The Plantation's Yield
Next Season 2000
BOTH FIELD AND MILL
Officers Elected .for Ensuing Year
'Twenty-one Hundred Acres of"
Growing Cane for Next
At tho annual meeting of the Kona
Sugar Company this morning the fol
lowing officers were elected: J. M. Mc
Chesney, president; W. U'Hopper ard
W. W. Hall, vice presidents; F. W. Mc
Chcsney, treasurer; E. 0. White, sccie-
tnry; J. S. Walker, auditor; Cecil
llrown, director .
Reports of officers and manager will
bo Issued .to stockholders In pamphlet
Manager Cowan's report was quite
encouraging. The uast season three
hundred tons of 'sugar was marketed
besides th'c growing of seed cane for
next crop. There are COO acres under
cane for the crop of 1901, which Is es
tlmatcd nt 2000 tonB of sugar.
ADD KONA ..
For tho crop of 1002 an acerugo of
1500 acresis planted, making 2100 acres
of growing cane.
The mill will begin grinding tho b
ginning of January. It is thoroughly 111
excepting for two additional boilers to
bo Installed In December. Its output
will bo SO tons a day.
Flvo miles of cabel now on tho way
will be crcctcil for the carrying of cane,
In conjunctly with the Humes, to the
railroad an. jilll. Albert S. Horner,
manager of :: ikalau, will superintend
tho lnstalla' n of the cable system, ho
being a recognized expert In that meth
od of transportation.
Ng Mon War, for many years the
Chlneso'clcrk In Paul Neumann's law
office, and his wlfo havo been arrested
and released on heavy bonds to appear
In the United States District Court to
morrow. They are charged with hold
ing a. Chinese girl In slavery. The
child has In the meantime been taken
out of their custody and by Hcv. W.
M. Klncald and Mr. McClclIan placoJ
In Kawnlahao seminary. Information
of tho Wars, alleging cruel treatment
of tho girl, led to the proceedings. Dis
trict Attorney Dalrd promptly acted
under United States statutes and .Depu
ty Marshal Hendry executed the war
lants. High Sheriff Drown also took
action on behalf of tho Territory, caus
ing Mrs. Ng Mon War's appearance la
tho police court as elsewhere reported.
The coroner's Jury In the caso of
Iokcpn who died on Thursday night,
met In tho Deputy sheriff's olllco this
morning and decided that death had
been tho result of chronic nephritis.
This was tho opinion of tho physlchn
In tho case. It was thought that he ha 1
died from tho effects of some liquor oft
Cotton challey 5 cents a yard; shirt
ings, twenty yards 11.00; new styles In
ginghams 14 yards, $1.00. Liberty silks
15 yards, $1.00. L. D. Kerr & Co. Queen
A 5 Room Modern Residence
nnd Barn, Etc., well located
Rental $40.00 per month,
Also a large 6 Room Modern
with Barn, Servant's House,
Etc. Rental 40,00'.
McCLELLAN, POND & CO..
Tel, Main CD. Judd Building,
Jf"' M.riCIIlM DrtWn ft TA In the profession. Altogether there Ip Tho latest styles In shirts and ties the other side of this Island nnd staru I I Inllllr I 1 1 ITl UA lib I I fK
TRANSPORT SHERIDAN IS
AGAIN ON HER ROUTE
Thoroughly Rennorated Throughout
Carries Recruits and Sup
plies for the
Shortly after 7 o'clock this morn
ing tho United States transport Sheri
dan on her way to Manila from San
Francisco, made fast at Vie Navy
wharf. She Is-under tho command of
Captain O. H, Pierce who should cer
tainly feel proud of his charge. The
vessel presented a very clean appeir
once as she glided up to her berth.
Tho Sheridan has undergone a com
plete change from stem to stern, ni.
wards of $300,000 having been expend
ed upon her.
Under these numerous changes sh!
Is enabled to carry 18S0 troops. Tho
dining saloon his been enlarged so thst
fully 75 people can be seated at one
time, while 120 cabin passengers ciu
bo accommodated easily and with com
fort. Notwithstanding tho fact th.it
the vessel Is Just from sea, she present
ed an air of cleanliness In every )'-
partment that was at once noticeable.
a condition, one rarely finds In the ma
jority of deep liners plying on this
coast outside of the transport system.
The Sheridan has on board a total of
344 soldiers who go to the Philippine
to Join their company, . The
troops nrre In command of Major Ch.vi.
I.. Hodges of the 17th Infantry? 'while
C Q. Sawtello Jr. Is the captain nnd
assistant ouarrtermaster of the UrST
Volunteers. There Is a large number if
civilian employes of the Qovernment
on board, which, together with tho
wives of officers now serving In Chjua,
and the Philippines make a very ninr-
ry party. Major L. L. Seaman Is on
his way to the Orient as surgeon In
charge of the hospital ship Maine now
stationed In Chinese waters. On board,
arc also nlno attaches of tho Goodctls
Survey who are on the way to rcsurvcy
tho Philippine Islands.
Tho Sheridan will take on 7S0 tons
of coaand expects to get away not
A MUSICAL TREAT
Miss Grlswold's concert last evening
was a decided musical success. The
audlcnco wns large ,nnd appreciative
and there were undoubtedly many
tickets sold which wcro not exchanged
for seats. The low prices proved very
popular as was shown by the well filled
balcony and gallery.
Miss Grlswold easily carried oft I be
honors of tho evening. Her voice u
wonderfully clear and sweet with a
great depth and fullness of tone. Each
number was so well received that It
would be difficult to pick out what the
audience considered best; perhaps tho
"Parlate D'Amour" from Gounod's
Faust to which was sung as an encore
Mr. Egry's playing was a close sec
ond In popularity with the audience.
Mr. Egry's delicacy of touch and facil
ity of Angering always bring him vol
umes of applause. The Instrumental
numbers on tho piano by Prof, Italia
scyus were well received; he also ac
companied both tho others In all the
numbers. Tho violin obllgnto to Gu
gllclmo's "1a Camellia," tho first num
ber on tho program was composed by
The concert wns In every way a
great musical treat and It Is to be
hoped that Honolulu will hnvo moro
of such entertainments In tho future,
Thoro was a good house at tho Or
pheuui last night, better than Thurs
day. Tho new program seemed to bo
highly appreciated throughout. Adams,
Conlon and Ryder and Denning and
Carroll scoring tho biggest Individual
Several notables will orrlvo next
week In tho vaudovlllo lino. Tho man
ngement has mado strenuous efforts to
mako connections with tho big West
em circuits and succeeded In making
satisfactory arrangements on Mr. Co
hen's last trip to tho city. In conss
quence, there will In future bo a con
stant change at the Orphcum and tho
artists arriving will be only those who
havo created an assured success on n
recognized circuit. Among tho now
comers aro Mabel Le Claire, Bingo,-,
who beforo she entered th"' vaudeville
field was prima donna to tho Rostoh
lans No. 2 company, Kurkamp, who
became known to many Ifouolulultrs
during tho Shrlnon' visit brings with
him no ordinary reputation as a tenor
singer of finished stylo and puilty of
tone. Alice Ilaymond, the celebrated
cornctlst Is also coming, as are Iliul'in
nnd Singer, two of tho finest acrobats
In tho profession. Altogether there Ip
qulto a little galaxy of stars arriving
here for tho Orphcum this week.
And the Powers Hope
for Return of
GERMANY HOLDS COUNTER
REBELLION AS HOPEFUL
Prospect That Emperor May Return to
Peking Peace Makers Said
to Have Reached
Washington, Nov. 1C Minister Wu
has received from Director General
Sheng the following cablegram which
he communicated to Secretary Hay to
day: "An Imperial decree of November 13
deprives Prince Tuan nnd Prlnoo
Chwang of their ranks and officers and
orders them to be Imprisoned; sec
ondly, Prlnco Tuan to be deprived of
his rank; Duke Lan and Ylng Men m
bo deprived of his rank; Duko Lan and
Ylng Nlcn to "be degraded lu rank
Knng Yl being dend, no penalty can be
Imposed upon him; and Qiao Shu
Chlao to be degraded, but retained
office; Y11 Hslcn to bo exiled to the far
NBVF.R BE EMPHROR.
London, Nov. 10. A newi agency
despatch from Shanghai referring to
the alleged new Imperial edict (dcprlv
Ing Princes Tuan and Chwang of nil
rank and offices and handing them over
to the Imperial clan court for cloio
confinement pending purther punish
ment), say tho punishment of Prince
Tuan means that his son, tho heir np
parent, can never bo Emperor,
The edict also makes tho early open
ing of formal peace negotiations 'proij-
AGItEU ON DEMANDS.
New York, Nov.H. A cable to tho
Sun from Peking, dated November 13:h
says: The Ministers today practically
finished the work of formulating de
mands to be presented to the Chlncso
Government, only one or two questions
remaining open for discussion at an
other meeting, which will bo held next
Monday. Meantime, tho Ministers aro
conferring with their governments re
garding the polntB at Issue. Tho ques
tion of permitting tho succession of
Fu Chung, son of Prince Tuan, to tho
throne of China, the probablo effect of
which has already been pointed out, Ij
considered so Important that several
of the Ministers have asked instruc
tions from their governments as to
whether they shall support or oppose
As U. S. Senator
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 15, Tho
Joint caucus of Democrats of both
houses of the Alabama Legislature to
night unanimously nominated J. r.
Morgan us United States Senator. No
other name was presented. Senator
Morgan was called beforo tho meeting
nnd thanked the members for reelec
tion. The ten opposition members of
the Legislature In separate, caucus
pledged their votes to Morgan.
WORK ON SHAMROCK.
London, Nov. 15. Tho work cf
building Sir Thomas Ltpton's now
America's cup challenger, Shamrock
II, has been started In Denny's yard
at Dumbarton, within an enclosure G,
L. Watson, tho yacht designer, has laid
out the lines of the framework, which
will bo constructed of nickel steel. Tho
plates will probably bo of bronze.
Will. Haywood Hack.
Wm. Haywood who recently resigned
ns Collector of Internal Hovenuo, ro
turned from San Francisco In tho Slier
Idan this morning. Seen by a llnllctlu
reporter this morning, Mr. Haywood
had tho following to say:
"Whllo fn San Francisco, I succeed
ed In making arrangements for a visit
of Treasury Agent Thomas to th'.
l'lace. He will glvo mo u receipt ns
the outgoing collector and win tnen
authorize Mr, Hassan to net as col
lector until such tlmo as President MC'
Klnley may appoint my successor.
"Mr. Taylor will bo hero In the Chi
na on tho 27th Inst, and I shall leao
In tho Zealandla, December 12."
Tho latest styles In shirts and ties
are to bo found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. 3361 White.
CHRONICLE TELLS ROMANCE
OF SUGAR MEN'S AGENT
Steady Progress in National Depart
ments 'Tis Now $10,000 Against.
Uncle Sam's $3,000 Soon
to go Hence.
San Francisco, Nov. 15. Wlllljm
Haywood, the Collector of Internal
revenue at the Hawaiian Islands, after
being here four days will return to
morrow on'tlio transport Sheridan and
wait for the cctemony of turning his
office over to his successor. Haywood
has decided to resign his fat Federal
office ond tako a fatter one. He camo
all tho way to this city for tho purpose
of telegraphing his good luck to Pres
ident McKinley and asking that a new
man bo appointed as soon as posslbh.
says tho Chonlcle.
Haywood Is credited with having ex
ceptlonally good luck. Ho had always
been In the Government employ, but
despite the fact that he bnd n pull like
n kedgo anchor Undo Sam was un
mindful of tho fact that he was worth I
J 10,000 a year. It remained for some'
Hawaiian planters to discover his re ill
value, and when they offered him tin I
handsome salary of $10,000 ho thought I
that the Government was giving blin!
only one-third $3000 of what ho wbi
really worth. i
Tho planters will have some matters
como up In their Interest nt the next
session of Congress and a lobbyist wai I
needed badly. Haywood was npproach. I
ed on the subject nnd he reeled off tin
names of tho powers that bo at the
Nation's capital as familiarly as thougn
they were his own brothers. Tho wise
men of the Islands opened their eyei
Immediately and Haywood was engag
ed. Haywood's was certainty an uphill
fight but success has dawned on him
since his marriage. He first onterf.J
the employ of Undo Sam In the year
18S3, when Just his majority nt a sal
ary of $900 n year as a clerk In tho
Alabama Claims Commission. Then he
secured a position In the Secretary of
State's office as n clerk. For ten years
he worked utua lary of $1,200 until ono
lovely night ho proposed nnd was ac
cepted by Georgia, tho daughter of
Jtidgo Jero Wilson, a lawyer well
known In Washington.
Wilson was an Influential man. It
wns said ho represented Mr. McKinley
In tho contest growing out of his clec
tlon to Congress, nnd has been conne.-t
ed with other Important cases.
After tho marriage It has been nr.o
pathsof roses without any thorns for
tho fortunate Mr, Haywood. From $1,
200 he wns advanced to $1,000, then to
$1,800, nnd finally ho was prevail-1
upon to lenve tho Secretary of Stntc'i
ofllco nnd accept the office of Consul
General for tho United States In tho
Hawaiian Islands. From $1,S00 his sal
ary went to $4,000 as Consul General,
and he cut a deep Bwath during his
reign. Then he was appointed Collco
tor of Internal Revenuo when the Ha-
wallan Islands wero classed as part
of the United States. Ho was appointed
on July 20 last, and the acquaintances
ho made In tho few months more thin
compensated for the difference' of a!
nry, $1,000. Haywood will return to
this country In a few weeks nnd pro
ceed to Washington, where ha will look
after tho Interests of his wealthy Island
Wrny Tnylor's annual concert for the
benefit of the Leper's Merry Christmas
will bo given In tho Hawaiian Opera
llouso on Tuesday ovenlng, December
11th, when on unusually excellent pro
gram will bo presented. Walter M. Olf
fard of Irwin & Co., was extremely
nice about tho ubo of tho Opera Hoiue
when approached by Mr. Taylor. Somo
Idea of tho program may be gathered
when It Is stated that tho very best of
tho locul talent will appear, both ama
teur and professional. Tickets Includ
ing reserved seat havo been fixed at $1
and will bo on salo In a fow days. The
usual printing has been contributed by
the newspapers. Full particulars of (he
program will bo given ns soon ns all ar
rangements nro made with the per
formers. Mnrk Twain's Good Cheer.
New York, Nov. 15. As the guest
last night of the Society of American
authors, Mark Twain convulsed a com
pany of 200 men and women gathered
at a reception In his honor In Delmon
Ico's. Mr. Clemens was accompanied
by his wlfo and daughter and was pro
beiited to everyone present.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. II,
Confirms Her Mother's
Narative of Cruel
MR. MAGOON MAINTAINS
HIS STANDING IN COURT
The Trial Continues This Afternoon
jfrr-Several Matters of Law and
Probate on Court
Mrs. Miner was excused from tho wit
nees stand esterday afternoon, in hr
divorce case against Dr. F. L. Miner,
after having been there two days nnd
a night session.
Mr. Hllllmnn for llhellant accused Mr.
Magoon, counsel for libelee, of unpro
fessional conduct. Ho charged IiIm
with accompanying his wife on a lr.it
to Mrs. Miner and under cover of an
ostensibly friendly call endeaxorlng to
elicit her rnne from her so ns to gain .in
advantage to tho defense.
Mr. Magoon Indlglnantly dented the
accusation, affirming with most solemn
adjurations that the visit In question
was purely n friendly one. At tho time
ho was not retained in the case.
Judgo Humphreys questioned Mrj.
Miner while still on the stand, nnd ap
pointed n further hearing for this
morning. The result left Mr. Magoon
still of counsel In the trial,
Gladys Miner, daughter of the couple.
was called a little before 11 o'clock thli
morning. Judge Humphreys after ex
amination on that point declared her n
competent witness. Sho Is eleven years
old. Gladys gave her evidence clearly
and coherently, but In such a low key
that tho court had her draw nearer It
self. The attorneys also shifted their
seats, and Dr. Miner nt the Instance of
Mr, UroAn sat In the Jury box right
over his daughter. Her father's loom
ing presence seemed to check the
child's utterance, and Judge Humph
reys taking In tho situation qulotly
requested Mrs. Miner to take a seat
near tho witness.
Gladys confirmed Incidents related by
her mother. Sho told of her fathei's
kicking her, pulling her hu(r and calling
her vile nnnics that sho only repented
when Instructed by the court that It
was necessary. Tho occasion wns the
child's messing of her playroom, which
Included tho spilling of Ink on the
floor, and tho mother was chastised on
her account by the futher. Several oth
er instances of rough treatment of her
self nnd her mother by tho father and
husband were related.
The trial proceeds this afternoon.
John II. Coney of I. lime, Kauai, has
been nppolnted by Chief Justlco Krcir
ns trustee for Mary S. Ashton and oth
ers under the will of the late John II.
Coney, In place of John Ena, resigned.
Ira Eskcy, administrator of the estate
of Donald G. Campbell alias James Os
borne, deceased, has filed an Inventory
showing a valuation of $2110.
W. II. Hooks, administrator of Ed
ward V. Hterett's estate, by his uttor-
ueys, Klnnley, Ilallou & McClannhati,
makes nnswer of general denial to tho
complaint of Polua Miillna, claiming
wages ub housekeeper.
D.ivld K. Naono nnd wlfo by their at
torney, C. C. Hitting, move to strike tho
complaint of Fred Meyer ngnliiBt them
from the files because not verified by
11. A. Illgclow has filed a master'o
report on the accounts of the executors
I of tho cstato of George Lucas, deceased.
In thu settlement tho executors cleuted
$12,000 for the estate. The report c
commends approval of accounts anJ
discharge of executors.
TpuuntH In Court.
There were three truants In tho Po
lice Court this morning and all wero
natlvo boys. John Makuaolo (John
Without Parents), wns sent to the Re
form school for six months nnd Kokiu
nnd Joseph Knpu were reprimanded
Mrs. Mon V In Court.
Mrs.' Mon Wn npepared In tho Polleo
Court this forenoon on tho charge of
assault and battery on Ah Ho, a Chi
nese girl. Tho enso was continued until
N'oveniber 27. Mrs. Mon Wa Is ac
cused of having beaten tho plaintiff
who was looked upon by her as n slave.
Suit fop lijectmcnt. ka .,,,.. . jj
Elizabeth Ilooth has brought suit M A N I IFA PTI IRTfl X. JH
ngulnst the Knlmku Pluntntlon Co fi I 1 1 1 Ul Ul rlw Ujf H J 4M?
ejectment. Tho land In question Is o'i II If .r" IflkJit Sill I "K
HAS HAD GOOD TRIP
AND IS IN GOOD SPIRITS
Will Not Tell of His Destination
Has Communed With Himself
Suez, Nov. 11. "Oom Paul" Kruger,
on the Dutch cruiser Gelderland, at
rlvcd here today. Ho remained In hlu
cabin during the oyuge from Lourenzu
Marques, .xcept at Dar-I-Slaam.
where ho npi'parod on deck smoking his
pipe, nnd bowed to the crowd of en
thusiastic Germans that welcomed him
Tho Gelderland was boarded hero by
n representative of tho Reception com
mittee of Marseilles, who was received
by the cx-Presldent In his staterootj.
Mr. Kruger chatted pleasantly with
those who welcomed him, but refused
any Interview, His health Is good.
When ho got over his sonslcl.mss he
enjoyed the voyage Immensely.
The officers of the ship say ho kept
much to himself and tnlked little on
the subject dearest his heart tho pos
sibility of saving the Independence of
his home land. He was told here that
bis compatriots were still nequlttlu
themselves well In their hopeless strug
gle against the Ilrltlsh. This evoked a
smile, but no word of comment.
Ho wns nlso told of the offer of the
German Government to nllow 13.000
Ilocrs to trek into German SouthwcH
Africa and settle there. This seemed
to please him, hut he maintained si
lence. Mr. Kruger wants to know exactly
what sort of reception is being plan
ned for htm before he announces whero
ho will land. The captain of tho Gel
derland will not say whether or not
Marseilles Is his objective point until
after ho has reached Port Said, whero
he will take on coal. Until then Mr.
Kruger will not consent to any Inter
view. There 1b llttlo doubt, however,
that the Gelderland will mako for Mar
seilles after leaving tho canal.
Bulletin Boyn "The Jt'"
The Ilulletln boys beat the Star play
ers In a hot gamo of foot hall this fore
noon, the scoro being 5 to 0. This wns
tho score at the end of tho first half.
When tho second half began, the Star
boys began to cry, saying the Ilulletln
fellows wero no good. No scoro wns
mado In tho second Inning and tho
Ilulletln boys camo off thu field cheer
Proyer for American ProHuerlty.
Rome, Nov. 10. The Pftpo haB Just
granted it Bpeclal audlcnco to tho Rt
Rev. Maurlco F, Ilurke, Illshop of St.
During tho Interview tho sovereign
pontiff again gave expression to bin
hope that God will grant his prayer for
the prosperity of the United States.
Gtaow Free ol Plague.
Washington fl.Nov. 15. Surgeon
Geenral Wyman of tho Marine Hospital
Service this fornlng received the fol
lowing cablegram from Snrgeon Thom
as at Glasgow:
"Glasgow, Nov. IB. Wyman, Wash
ington: Port declared freo from plag'to
Noember H. THOMAS."
Shirtwaists, splendid cut and latest
styles from SO cents to $1.00 at L. R.
Kerr's big sale.
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 Pair. m
n. ' vw
Jj !IHLI.1.LAH 1 Willi IVI.U., . qulto a little galaxy of stars arriving aro to bo found at Iwakaml's, Hotel Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin from n point below tho P.ill. The nut- I BullUL 1 Ulll ill T W ''MI
1 Tel, Main CD. Judd Building, here for tho Orphcum this week. street. Tel. 3361 White. ODce. ter has been pending for u lung time. I .jfiitt