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Vol. X. No. 1757.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF A.WAII WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY , 1901.
PlUCE 5 (JKNTB.
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No Moderation Whatever
Noticed in the
BOS'N BIRDS COME
FLYING IN FROM SEA
Three Lines of Breakers Across Chan
nel Four Women Want to
Ride on the Tug
There wns no movement of xossels
of the Island fleet this morning on ac
count of the weather which Instead of
moderating had Increased In roughness
Karly In the morning the whangs xvere
crowded with passeilgcrs for the ves
sels delayed hy the storm jestertta).
They were told Hint the steamers would
not sail however until the weather
moderated. VhlIo yesterday It would
liae been possllile for the Island Heat
to leae the harbor this morning there
were three lines of breakers clear
across the entrance, to the harbor and
the surf on the reef on either side wn
rolling nnd dashing In mountain high.
Along the wharves' the vessels workol
between showers the rain greatly In
terfcrlng with the. work of loading.
'I ho -Manna I.oa's sugar was being
trucked from -the, Inter-Island to thn
Oceanic wharf and put Into tho Allien
Ilessc which will he ready for sea to
night. At the Railroad wharf the Callfor
nl.in Is still faking sugar and It Is not
likely that she will he ready to leave
until tomorrow If she can pass out then.
During tho height of the blow this
morning fle lwas were seen fil
ing above tho nnvy slips and the na
tives who saw the birds predicted tint
they were a sign of more bad weather
as the birds never camo to shoro ex
cept when they sought a placo of ref
ngo from tho elements.
., Old residents were out on the front
to sec tho breakers ond from them It
was gathcicd that not slnco 1SS9 In?
there ex er been such a surf off the en
trance to the channel. At that time the
channel had not been dredged and exerr
then tho waxes wero not so fierce oxen
In the shallow water. It was told how
during tho had weather In the soar
mentioned tho steamer Llkcllko from
Hawaii had. Instead of trjlng to make
port here, gone 'around to Wnlmnnnlo
and landed her passengers bringing
them oxet tho pall In rigs.
During tho tlmo tho storm lasted
three big ocean steamers among them
tho Australia nnd Alameda were an
chored outsldo nfrald to enter. Tie
llttlo steamer Kaola under Captain
Haglund made tho attempt to ent r
successfully and later was followed hy
tho other steamers.
It Is said that xxhllo the wind of the
storm of 1SS9 was higher than tho pres
ent bloxv tho Bea was not so rough and
on account of tho danger of beini
blown'ashoro most of tho Island ves
sels took shelter In tho lco of Koko
Head until the storm abated. As It
looks at piescnt thero Is no possibility
of any of tho vessels ready to go, leav
ing today and with the weather pre
alllng It Is hardly probablo that any
vessels will bo sighted. Among tin
sightseers on the front wero a party ot
four ladles friends of Captain Dabell
of tho Knlulanl. They hunted up tho
tug Fearless and wanted, to know If
sho could go outside. They were totd
thut she could If It was necessary and
then asked permission to go saying
Wc have Customers tor
LOTS AND HOMES
If you have such property and
wish to market It at a reason
price, bring It to us.
Phoenix Assurance Co.,
McClellan, Pond Co.,
Tel. Main 69.
that they thought they would relish the
trip greatly. The men aboard the tug
stared In blank amazement nt the la
dles who, thought It would be fun to go
nutBlde on a day like this and one of
them was heard to remark that somo
people had a queer Idea of fun.
Assault Cases Increasing.
An epidemic of assault and battery
episodes has struck the town. For th
last week, there has been a steady In
crease until today when there xvere
ten cases. It might he mentioned In
passing that there were only eight
cases of drunkenness.
The latest Btjle ot straw hats will be
exhibited In our store, Iwakaml, Hotel
MESSRS LEHNERS AND
John Purdy Granted Chiefs Papers
I --Officers Are Much Pleased With
Native Crews and Their
Inspectors Lehners nnd ' Whitney
were busy all this morning tecelvln,r
applications for masters', mates' -an J
engineers' papers nnd. during tho fore
noon, they Issued the following certi
ficates: John S. Purdy, formerly first
assistant engineer on the tug Fearless,
granted chiefs papers; W. H. Winn
and V. II. Darker to be third assist
The certificates Issued bytho Inspec
tors are not papers confirming tho hoi 1
era thereof to labor In Haxvalan wa
ters but gives them tho right to woilc
on xessels In all the waters of tho Pa
In speaking of their trip, Secretary
Clagett said the Inspectors were grent
Iv Impressed with what they had sen
ot the way the native boats crews
handled the boats In rough water and
In lowering and manning the boats
while, tho stcameis were under head
Within tho next two weeks all tho
vessels of the Island fleet will have
been Inspected nnd classed.
As a general thing, the men who
have come up for examination by tho
Inspectors hnxc been found well quail
fled, to pass n good examination.
SHOW ON PAPERS
Chinese Registration Certificates Will
Shov Whether Bearer is a Citizen
Piejudlces of the fhinese
Against Being Classed as Laborers.
Since receiving the opinion ot At
tornej General Griggs on tho matter
of Chinese citizenship. Acting Collec
tor Hasson has ordered special endorse
ments on the back of registration cer
tificates. The endorsement will shot.'
Hint tho bearer has been natrrr allied
or was Hawaiian born, It papers arc
produced to tho satisfaction of tho
The work of registration has brought
out tho peculiar Ideas ot tho Chinese
regarding labor and laboring men.
The registration blank provides for
but two classes namely, laborers and
other than laborers. In the latter class
arc placed merchants and students. All
others go down as laborers.
This has caused many clerks arid
rlgar store employes to Igorously pro
test. They consider themselves vastly
superior to the "laboring man" n
taken from the Chlneso standpoint. Tho
deputies have to reiterate again ami
again that even they are laborers. Not.
withstanding this tho Idea Is taken by
tho bewildered Chlneso with several
grains of salt.
Doak Fined $100.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon, A,
D, Doak of tho Star Dairy, charged
with selling adulterated milk, was fined
$100 and costs. This has been a cus'i
that has been hanging flro for a Ion,;
time. Thn trial did not lost very long.
I,ono Kapir, tho boy who uoeil an air
gun on Mary Smith yesterday, 'vas
reprimanded nnd discharge I by Jur
Wilcox on tho chirr go of nssault und
In tho Police Court this forcroon,
Manuel Nunlz was fined $0 and costs
on tho clrargo of assault and battery on
No business of Importanco was trans
acted except tho election of olllcers
Th cnames appear In another column.
The Evening bulletin, 75 cents per
Officers Chosen to Serve
REPORT OF MR. OARTLEY
READ AND ACCEPTED
Many Recommendations Made Addi
tional Motors Cost $60,000 Ma
chinery is Now on
The annual meeting of tho Hawaiian
i:icctile Co, Ltd., took place this
nrornlnx nt the ofllccs of the Hawaiian
TrrrBt Co. iThe rij'unager's report waj
accepted 'anil placed on file.
Tho olllcers elected to servo during
tho ensuing J enf were as 'follows: f.
W, Macfarldhe,' president; J. A. Mc
Candlcss, vlco president; Geo. 11. Car
ter, treasurer; W,.L, Hopper, secretary
and II. A, Iscnberg, auditor. These
olllcers constitute tire Board of Direc
tors. Mr. Gartlej, the manager, stated that
the new d)r.anros had recently beert
shipped f.om tho enst, and nlso recom
mended the Installation of additional
motors'and other necessary machinery.
Involving an expenditure of $00,000.
Tho matter of adoptlri,' the nrana
ger's recommendation with reference
to the expenditure of money was left
with the Hoard of Directors.
Tho manager also reported that tiro
plant was now In bctcr shape thnn
ever nnd. with the Installation ot the
machinery now on the way would bo
to relievo tho congested condition of
the present lighting system.
Tiro manager's report also contained
tho statement that $S7,UO0 bad been ex
pended orrt of tho sum of $133,000 au
thorized by tiro beard of directors at
the previous meeting, leaving a bat
anco of $47,000 jet to bo expended.
This appropriation was for new Im
provements which were reported as be
Tho report nlso contained Informa
tion to tiro effect that, when the new
dnnmos nnd the machinery conncctol
therewith nro Installed, the company
will ho nblo to tako crro of nny fur
ther Incronso of business nnd will In
Bure tho "taking enro of any Increased
demand for lights for the next three or
four j"ars, Theso remarks also apply
to the question of power.
On January 1, a dividend of I per
cent on tln capltnl stock of tho com
pany was declared and which has been
JUDGE WILCOX WHIPS BOY.
Judge Wilcox Is tho latest victim of
the air gun that Is doing such mischief
In tho city. While riding along on
ono of the strei ts of the city tho other
day, he went past a boy with one of
tho guns. Tho little rascal dellber.ato-
ly took aim at tho Judge and fired, the
leaden pellet hitting him in tiro nrnr
nnd stinging hrm In good shape.
The Jrrdgo did 'jot waste much time
thinking. Ho Jumped orrt of his car
riage, caught the hoy and gave hlnr a
paddling that ho will not forget very
soon. Seeing the mother standing
near by, ho turned and told tho lady
sho could have him arrested for assault
nnd battery If sho so desired. Tim
boy's mother. Instead of remonstrat
ing, told tho Jrrdgo ho hnd done Just
the right thing.
WITNI188ES PROM KAUAI.
Subpoenas summoning Messrs. Om
stcd ntrd Illackstad of Kauai and Wm.
Goodness of Wnlluku will be sent for
ward today. Theso men aro wanfd
as witnesses In tiro enso of tno Terri
tory of Hawaii vs. Clras. HntTcrnnn,
who Is to bo tried nt this session of tho
Circuit Court on the charge of for
gery. Thn nrrest of Mr. Haffernan will bo
well remembered. His escapade with
tho revolver wlrllo being taken to OV"i
Jail by Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth
will also bo well remembered.
Branch of Eagles
Coming to Honolulu
Tho rraternal Order of Eagles was
founded In Seattlo In 1S9S and Blncu
that tlmo has extended Its Inllueneo
nnd popularltj In a remarkable mar
ner Iho order has a membership of
over 11,000 nnd Is proving veiy popular
as n social nnd beneficial organiza
Tho motto of the order 1st 'Tor tho
Uplifting of Mankind." No discrimina
tion In taking In members Is allowed.
The honorable, rich nnd the honoralilo
poor nro autre welcome o its rraternal
There are weekly benefits to any ot
the order who arc sick and money Is
set aside to pay funeral expenses of
members. Applicants for membership
must be men of over twenty-one year
Disguise fop Mnrdl Grns.
A young man of the city when naked
yesterday what he Intended to wear at
the Mardl Grns ball, replied: "I shall
go disguised as a gentleman. I think
that Is about as complete disguise as I
could get up. My friends would not
know me nnd I am sure 1 would be a
stranger to myself."
NOTHING DEFINITE WAS
DONE AT THE MEETING
Members Elect of the Legislature and
Party Leaders Discuss the Situa
tion in a General
lire Republican members elect of tl'o
Legislature, together with a number of
the leading Itcpubllcau politicians held
a caucus lust rrlght at tho Republican
headquarters.. Tiro chair was held by
Cecil Ilrown and A. O. SI, Hobertso-t
was secretary. Amorr gothers present
were- II. P. Ilaldwln, William Hooks,
George H. Carter, T. McCants Stewart
and all resident Republicans who will
hold scats In the next Legislature.
George K, Carter was seen by a
Uullctin reporter this morning and wns
asked If the caucus decided upon a poli
cy to bo pursued by tho members la
tho Legislature. He replied that ho bad
been away for so long that ho was rath
er out of touch with tho political events
here and that he could say nothing for
publication concerning the meeting Ho
said there was no business done or dell
nlto action taken. Certain subjects
were taken up and discussal In nn In
formal way, but no lino of po'.'ry wm
i nil he
The following program has been nr
ranged for the memorial services at
Knwalahao (hrrrch, Prlday afternoon
Prelude runernl March Chopin
Hjmn-On the Ilesurrectlon Morning.
Psalms 00 and 1.10.
Lesson I. Cor xv 20 vs.
II run Hoik of Ages.
Hvrrrrr Nearer, My God to Thee.
Address Uev. J. Usbornc
Hymn In Hawaiian Jesu 1 Aloha Man
Address Hev. H. II. Parker
Hymn O God Our Help.
Address. ...Itcv. W. M. Klncnld
II) nm-Now tho Laborer's Task Is
BRIiWUIt O CO., LTD.
Tho regular annual meeting of tho
C. Ilrewer & Co., Ltd., took plnco V
their oDlccs this morning at 10 u'clock,
Tho annual report of tho manager was
read and approved.
With Reference To Ten.
Tlrcro Is n hitch In tho arrangement r
heretofore made to haro tea Impurtcd
hero Inspected by Prof. A. D. JngnlU
Custom House ganger.
Now tho tea has to bo sent to Sarr
Francisco fur Inspection Just ns pre
viously und what was hoped would be
a great relief to Importers at first, has
not availed as It was found that tho
department had no authority to del
gatc an Inspector of tea In a district
other than specified by tho law. Con
gress will havo to act In the mutter be
foro tho tea Importer of this territory
may havo the relief desired In the mat
New Hotel Clerk.
Prank W, Smith, who recently ar
rived from tho Coast on the Sierra,
has assumed his post of duty ns chlel
clerk and cashier of tho Hawaiian Ho
Mr, Smith Is nn hotel man of many
years' experience. He resigned his po
sition at tho California Hotel In Sin
Pranclsco to accept his present ono In
Dentist from Uultnlo
Dr. r. J. Royner, a dentist from
Huffalo, N, Y arrived with his wlfo
on tho Sonoma. A few dus In tho
city was sufficient to enchant. both, so
the doctor will rernnln hero nnd engage
In tho practice of his profession. Ho
has located In tho Hoston block.
Soxcral thousand fct of llumo of tho
Ewn plantation neat Honoullull wns
blown down by tho high wind jest'T
day. It will tnko quite n wlrllo to re
pair tho damago done.
I III PAY
Trespass Cases Make
Up Bulk of Gourt
LONG JOB OF GRAND JURY
IN CRIMINAL CASES
Causes Which Are Set For Trial To
morrow Cohen Matter is With
drawn from the Supreme
In tho trespass suit of K M. Nnknl
na vs. J. 11 SV linack, demurrer hy de
fcntlarrt wns overruled today nnd ter.
dad allowed In which to answer.
J. T. Do Holt for defendant In Asu
Ilrown (xv) xs. Andrew Unnlster, tr-s-p.rss
on the case filed an nnswer of
general denial, after withdrawing de
murrer. Magoon, Thompson & Peters for the
plaintiff, filed n discontinuance today
In the libel suit of Gtorge 1). Knpule vs
Tho Hawaiian Gazette Co , Ltd,
llond of $500 has been filed by V
1C. Archer, guardian of Kcnlahookalanl
Tiro case of the Territory of Hawaii
vs. J. C. Cohen, having been sett'e.l
hrtwecn tho parties, was today with
draw rr from tho Supremo Court, tn
which It had been Htrhmlttcd by Attor
ney General Dole nnd Frederick W.
Mnhoahoa (k), by his attorney A. O
Corrcn. files answer of general denial
to tho complaint of Tal Dun et nl., in
Divorce was granted by Jrrdgo
Humphrejs todny to J. Newn Knna
uhr from Luck K. Knnaulu, on the
ground of adultery.
Cases being henrd this afternoon are:
J, M. Vlvni xs. N. J. Lulz, assumpsit,
V. Vusconccllcs xs. Hebecca A. Dodd ct
Cases for tomorrow are: Hnrnm X
Nakulna vs. r.rrrny Strnuch ct al , de
murrer; II, II. Parker vs. Pnleu; II.
II. Parker vs IJ IC. Ilulle, trespass
1'. Pallia, xs P.rlea. John Hell xs. Pa
lea, ami William Henry xs. Pale.r, eailr
Tho Grand Jtrr's xvork continues to
he the Ftrhjott of many Inquiries about
tho lourt house from those who forget
that Its proceedings nre of tho strictest
6ccrec) It will prob-bl take tvv
weeks for the Jury to get tlrroug'r
with tho examination of witnesses In
criminal caBis that nro before It.
After this work Is done, the body will
bo conducted on tours of Investigation
of tho Institutions as charged by
Tho proceedings of the Grand Jury
nre lulng conducted In Hro stenogrt
pher's room off Jrrdgo Humphrey'
WILL SUSPEND THE
Absence of Mrs. H. J. Craft in New
Mexico for Her Health Blocks
the Work What the Humane
Society Did Last Year in Hawaii.
The twelfth numb uf the Hununo
Educator which will .ippiui In March
will bo tho final Issuo of tlrrti bright ami
useful publication unless some, on"
comes to tho rescue. II. J. Craft, who
Iras been looking after tho humane
work In tho absence of his wife, enrr
uot spare, the tlmo to keep tiro paper
on It) feet.
Tho publication wns Btarted by Mrs.
Craft, who Is now at Clayton, New
Mexico for her health it has awakene I
Interest In n very Important work. It
has supported u Humane Police ofiUcr
at a Balary of $50 per month. High
Sheriff Ilrown and tho police force In
Its entirety hnvo given tho society
Tho following Is n report of cases of
cruelty to animals Investigated during
tho year 1900:
Cases of general cruelty. RIO; nr
rested, SS, convicted 33; acquitted nnd
reprimanded, 20, horses nnd dogs hu
manely killed, 07, cases of horses unfit
for work nnd ordered orrt of harness
2S5; animals abandoned to die, 3"
cases of beating and whipping, 21(1;
nnd cases of overloading and over driv
Owing to the nbsenco of Mrs Craft
tho working forco was so hampered at
the first of tho )iar, that tho paid offi
cer had to bo discontinued and now
unless some ono steps Into tho breach
the paper must suspend also.
-Jin Craft said this morning that hl
wife would come home In the spring,
nnd tlrnt until then be would not know
along what line future humane work
would be conducted
EYE AND EAIJ INFIRMARY.
At the meeting of tho trustees of the
ne and Knr Infirmary held tn tl.o
ofilce of Robert Lowers, the prs!dont.
this forenoon the following were add
ed to tho Hoard to fill vacancies vvhlih
have occurred Krltz Klamp. Carl I)u
Hoi, S. B. Damon, J, 1'. Humberg.
TrrtS". together with Robert Lewers J
. tifuKrcm, n i- imirngnsm ami
I)r Sloggett form the Hoard of Trus
tees. JAPANESE TO PREPARE
THEIR PETITION FOR LOSS
Meeting Last Night to Appoint Com
mittee to Draft Document-Will
be Ready When Law
A mass meeting took place last even
ing nt the Japanese Primary scbid,
which was largi ly attended by the Ja
p.rrKBu who sustained losrcs at th)
plague fire. Tho meeting was called t J
order by G, Gerrrjt who Introduced H.
Ozakl as chairman fur the evening V,
Soga performed the duties of secretary.
Considerable Interest was manifested
bj those present and the remarks of
the various speakers were received
with rounds of -applause. The gene
ral object of tho meeting was for tho
purpose of appointing a conlnrlttee of
thirty who will draft n petition to tho
corning Legislature setting forth th"!.'
I elnlnrs In connection with losses hm-
' t.llltpit r.v Ihi rittrnlni. nf llmlr nrnnrti!.
during the plague fire of n jiar ago.
During the meeting the various
spi alters dwelt nt length upon the
fact that no claim would bo lonsldereJ
unUss It wns based upon the facts a3
regards the actual losses sustained
Tiro principal speakers of the evening
wero: II I Kntn, Dr. Tomlzo Katsu
nurna, H. Knwnhara It Sirsuwago. 3.
Shlnrnmoto anil T. Ishihawa. Dr. Knt
suuurna b his remarks succeeded In
working the nudlence up tn a high
pitch ns to their rights relative to
losses sustained, and In concluding blJ
remarks, ho urged upon the Japanese
I present, to work In harmony In nil mat
ters connected with the presentation ot
their claims before the legislative- body,
L S. Chow of the Hawaiian Tobaico
Co was present ns a representative
of the Chinese sufferers.
'lire claims of tho Chinese have al
rtudv been put In proper legal form.
I nnd nre only nwaltlng tho convening nf
The United Chlneso Association, Mer
chants' i:xehango nnd How On Kir';
Society, practically represent the en
tire Chlneso population of tho Hnw i-
llnn Islands, from whoso ranks a com
mittee of seven has been appointed to
look nftcr claims of tho Chinese. Thla
committee report to tho above socle
ties as progress of organization Is ef
fected. Within a Bhort tlmo tho Chinese vv III
hold n masB meeting, when matters of
Interest will bo discussed. The clalmi
of tiro Japanese nnd Chlneso losers by
the plague fire nggregato In tho nelglr
oorhood 'of J2.000.000.
THE WATKRMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H,
For Comfort !
How many men are troubled
with perspiring feet, caused
by the shoes being tight or
liy too much walking,
wi: Have The Shoe which
is ni ule to prevent prespera
tio it U calletl the
The shoes are neit, stylish
anil attractive, made in tan.
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