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Vol. XL No. 1003.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JULY 30 1001.
Piticn 5 Gents.
BY VOLUNTEER BRIGADE
Natives Leaving Honokaa for Waipio
Scarcity of Water Serious
Engineer Platts Recovers
His Stolen Watch.
The steamer Iwalanl from Honokaa
brought quite a lot of late news of
the district of Hawaii where she lias
been for several das loading sugar.
On July 20th about 9 o'clock In the
morning a fire was !lscociel in the
cane nt Honokaa plantation. It threat
(ncil to be qulto serious ns there was a
high wind blowing at the time. Man
ager Watts happening to be near nt
the time, hastily organized n lire bri
gade among the field hands and ex
tinguished the flame before It had done
nny considerable damage. During the
in ogress of the fire nine of the Japan
ese laborers were badly burned. The
lire was caused by n Jnpanese who
was carelessly smoking In the field.
The search- of Mater In Honokaa Is
getting erj serious. It Is being haul
id oxer from Kukulhaelc and delivered
to people. Those In the district who
Imp cisterns and have hitherto not
felt the want so keenly ns others are
now beginning to worn ns the cisterns
are nearly empty. Many of the nathes
Hie leaving Honokaa for Waipio where
there Is plenty of water to be had.
Tin' Pacific Sugar Mill Is able, to
grind but two days a week, as thcro Is
mi water to flume the cauo to the milt.
Mnnager Forbes Is Installing a trollej
rihUmii to carry canu to the mill, and
whin It Is In woiktng order the con
gestion will bo gteatl iclleved. It Is
being used to some extent now. Were
It not foi the trollo), the mill would
hne to stop.
The big triplex which Honokaa dis
carded has been purchased by the Lau
pnhoehoe Sugar Company and Is being
from him on the last trip of the steam
Maul. She was loading on the 27th
Chief Engineer Platts of the Iwalanl,
who had his valuable timepiece Htolen
taken fiom Honakna li the steamer
ei, was the happiest man aboard the
vessel on arrhal at Honakaa. Deputy
Sheiln Moanaull had locoveied the
watch from the I'ortn Hlcan who had
htolen It The thief was arrested.
Murlta a Japanese jeweler who has
blioji at the corner of Ileietnnln and
King streets, has Identified the thlitj
foul watches and other Jewelr found
last Sunday on the pi anises of two
Chinese, as being part of the plumW
of some unknown parties who enteied
his place of business on the night of
Muj 2S, this jear.
Detective Kaapa has found the col
rect names of the Chlnaititn arrested
Sunda to be Hong Cheong alias Ah
Cheung nnd Yong Mung alias Mung
Kong. They nre both Manchuilans.
'J he thaige of larccnj In tho first de
arie has been lodged against the men
Morltn places the vii."e of the unl
( lea stolen trom Ti'is place lit HW.
LIQUOR CA8E GOE6 OVER.
The cases of Joe Mendes, KflUlulj
and otheis, charged with dhtlllng
okolehao nt Kalihl, tame up licfoin
Judge Dickey this foienoou, Them
was i long wait to allmv time fur a
senuh after the original cor.ii l il-i'..
'I he tleiks nt the police station bVn.fi
unablH to find them. Deputy Sheil'f
Chlllliigwoith ns prosecuting officer,
ssked foi a contlnuunc. It was finally
ugircd between Attorneys Kai.lul.o.i
and Vlas, representing the li.'.iiat,
und th" pio&ocutlng cincer, to allow
Hie case to go over until Satuidiy uud
It was so orda.ol b the Com.
Fiank I Center icnouncid nllegl
ante toda to tho Empcroi of Get
man and lidcntna ti citizen of tho
United fciates. The oath was admin
lsteied Ij Judge Ectee.
HARD TIMES ARE THE
BEST TEST OF A NEW
suburb : : : : :
The fact that THREE.. RES.
DENCES are NOW IN COURSE OF
ERCCTIN. bids for another about to
be opened and plans for several mora
In the hands of local architects, and all
for BONA TIDE PURCHASERS,
shows the vitality of the movement to
wards College Hills.
The approaching operation of the
car line and water plant makes Im
mediate occupation possible.
McCIellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
OWNER OF Y
m fill) YESTERDAY
The Discrepancy of
The returns of the Commissioner ol
Census show that there arc I'i.Ti'm Chi
neso In the Territory of Hawaii, The
total ncordlng to tho registration
made li Collector Chamberlain Is 2S
925. Here Is a dlfferenco of 3,158.
This difference Is accounted for chlcflv
by two considerations first, tho Chi
nese themselves had a motive In regis
tering, whereas being counted In cen
sus was a matter of total indlffcicncc
to them: secondly, every pel son with
on Chinese blood In him or her was
classed as a Chinese, regardless of pa
One other reason Is that tho force
of registration was In tho field longer
than the enumerators and had mom
time to round up the stragglers.
In the appealed caso of James Han
Ion s. J. Vllschaes, defendant has
filed notice of withdrawal of appeal.
Lahalna I; to hac an up-to-date
HEtaurant and ice cream parior wun a
billiard parlor and lodging rooms co 1-
nected with the establishment. Tho
actlv e promotion and management U
In the hands of a Seattle gentleman
recent! arrived who has enlisted the
support of Mr. Barkbnuscn and Mr.
Alberg. The buildings nnd equipment
will cost about 15000, and being In the
hands of a hotel man of considerable
experience will unquestionably add to
the popularity of Lahalna as a central
point of Maul. With the steady prog
ress Walluku Is making Lahalna citi
zens see the) must be up and doing
to keep up the pace,
For groceries ring up Bluo 911.
OLD GERMAN 8 ARRESTED.
Mr, and Mrs. Kunst, tho two old fler
ninns who have on previous occasions,
appeared In the Police Court on tho
charge ot selling liquor without a li
cense, weie arrested jesterda on the
same charge. The made their appear
nnco In court this morning with J. K.
Kaulla as their attorney. Their cases
went over until Thursdu nnd Kaulla
exhausted his English, Hawaiian nnd
flerman vocabulary In n nln effort to
make them understand. Finally he
took both the old people b the arm.
held up four Angers and led them out
of the court room.
Prof, Ashmead of the Washington
Museum, who Is making n stud) of tho
Insects of the Hawaiian Islands this
summer, returned Moctlay from a tour
of the Big Island. He lound Hawaii an
island of magnificent distances and
I covered with many obstacles, making
txploratlon tedious and tiresome. He
found several new species of insects.
many of them parasites of value to the.
agriculture Inteicsts of tho tropics. Ho
will make a careful study of these with
n view to asccrtatnlrg methods by
which thev may be cultured and In
creased In number.
Prof, Ashmead states that one of the
surprises that he has met In this coun
try Is the abence of tcpbla, the great
est foe to the Japanese beetle. He snS
It abounds on the Mainland fiorn Brit
ish Columbia to Florid i nnd should be
Imported to Hawaii nt once. The
tephla U a species of w.isp and It feeds
on the larvae ot other Insects. Its
ravages among the laivac of the Ja
panese becHe, kecrs the tribe reduced
to harmless straits 1 Ills wasp. Prof.
Ashmead sa)s would be a valuablo ally
to the fungus discovered by Prof,
Koebcle. The mala drawback to the
fungus Is that it will operate only In
damp soil. Prof. Ashmead will soon
make a trip to tho Const, returning
again, when he will probably bring
with him a bag ot Japanese beetle
Tbcto Is a movement on foot among
the plaeis of the various teams of the
baseball league to contln-o tho pr4
ent season on account of Its h.n lug
been pioductlve of so much goo I split.
Ihe proposition Is to begin will, thn
old schedule that will be completed
with the game between the Start ,nrl
Honolulus Saturda afternoon, and go
thiough with the whulo thing j,aln.
The posslblllt) of a visit from the
Kauamento team Is bcng verj much
talked about among tho baseball en
thusiasts of the clt.. Sumo action may
be taken soon.
Or, It. M, Malster, who was elected
resident medical superintendent of the
Oahu Insane Asylum by tho Board of
Health last week, has notified Dr. Pratt
that he will accept tho posltloli. An
acceptance has also been received by
I', II. Klbley as assistant. Theso gen
tlemen will take charge ot tho Institu
Prof, W. II Powell, superintendent
of tho Washington, I). C, public
schools, Is a guest In Honolulu on his
way home trom a tour In tho Orient.
Ho visited tho summer school today
In company with Inspector Gibson Ho
speaks in high terms of tho Hawaiian
school s stem so'far as ho has been
nblo to louk Into It.
At tho tax nUlco It Is estimated that
a total of 1,400 lucomotax schedules
will bo filed by tomorrow night.
Takt a ride on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Fare 5 cents. '
HUE HIM WASP
PROGRAM ARRANGED FOR
KAWAIAHA0 FRIDAY NIGHT
Selections on New Instrument by
Wray Taylor and Prof. Ingalls
Solo3 by Mrs. Tenney
Peck and Others.
Tho new organ of Kawnlahuo, tho
pride of the membeis of the church.
ftuu rvspuuueu so uuuruii lunmu u
fund for the purchase of the handsome
piece, Is to be dedicated on Friday
night, August 2.
Kev, 11. II. Parker hat been working
haul for the success of the nffalr am!,
in order to assure the ihiirch and the
friends of good music, he put this part
of the work In the hnnds of Wrn Tn
lor with the result that the following
program has been arranged:
1. Organ Solos-
la) Festnl Mnnli nnd Finnic
(b) Meditation ., Thaer
2. Overture Frolic of the Fait Us
8. Solo Beyond the Oaten of
Paradise It. A King
Miss Edith M. Hogeix.
L Organ Solos
(a) IIniD3 ot Nuns Wely
(b) Tho Lost Chord .... Sullivan
Mr. A. B. Ingalls.
5. Song I Heard the olce of Jesus
Say Chas. A. S. Harrlss
Mrs. Tenney Peel.
6. Gavotte Enchanting Hells .Tobaul
7. Solo O God Have Mcic (St.
Mr. Maurice G. Iteckwlth.
8. Organ Solo Grand OrfertOlrc. St,
Cecelia No 1 Batiste
Mr. A. B. Ingalls.
9. Anthem I Will Praise the Lord
10. Organ Solos
(u) Melod) In F Clarke
(b) Intel mezzo Mascngnl
Qulnn Family Reunion.
C, K. nnd Tom (Jiilnn will leave for
San Francisco on Saturday there io
meet their brother James and another
brother from Central America. From
there, the four Qulnns will leave for
their old home In Elkeder, la, where
the Qulnn family of over slxt will
assemble for a family reunion, the first
In many eais The Qulnn binthers
will be nwa fiom Honolulu fur sev
Late 8uap Report.
New York, Jul '.0. Sugar llavv,
stead : fair refining, l'c, centrifugal,
OCtest, 4 J-J.'c; molasses sugar, 3'ic
Refined, unsettled: crushed. S9Sc;
powdered, SJ.'c; granulated, u-Cic.
Captain .Masher of tho Keauhou had
the Iwalanl mi lu-i last tilp
AS TO LONG? TERM
Now that the Legislature has finished Its labors, questions ot
mote or less Import that were not dealt with are coming to the sur
face and, among tho most Important of these Is the question of the
apportionment of Semtors for tliu long term which takes In the next
session of the Legislature,
It will bo remembered that tho Independents made nn attempt at
electing, at a Joint session ot the Senate and House of Representa
tives, the men to fill the places at the next session It will also be
lenumbercd that the Republicans refused to attend this Joint pes
session because the contended the regulni session had riiuie to an
end. 'Ihe would have absolute!) nothing to do with the mount
ings It will be further remembered that certain of the Senators on
the Independent side lefuscd to attend the Joint session because of
Internal disagreements. Ibis caused nil manner of trouble nnd
there was an adjournment slue die with nn Incomplete list of Sena
tors elected for tho long term 1 his then, Is the slate of affairs now
At it meeting ot the Republican Central Committee not long
ago, It was agieed on all sides that tho Republican part should
take action for the situation certalnl demanded action. Aceordlng
Ingly a committee was appointed to draft n bill for presentation to
Congress, fixing the long term Senators. Although this has not
et been done. It will bo drafted before Delegate Wilcox leaves again
for Washington. At that time, It will be placed In his hands for
presentation to Congress.
One of the members of the Republican Central Committee,
speaking today ot tho matter, had the following to say to a Bulletin
reporter: "This running to Congress for ever little thing Is noth
ing more nor less than child's play. We should settle all our little
difficulties right here at home, Supposing Congress should refuse
to consider the bill we Intend sending forward, what Is there then to
do? It seems to me that the Governor must call a special session
If for tho matter of the apportionment of Senators alone,"
A Republican Senator had the follow Ing to say: "Wo vvlll ic
commend nothing In particular to Congress. All we want Is the ap
portionment of Senators. Wo will state that the Republicans will bo
satisfied whether tho Senators with tho highest or thoso with tho
lowest vevs nre chosen for tho extra term men."
There Is no question whntevci as to the position taken by the
Independents In this matter. They know that their attempt to carr
the regular session beyond tho limit set by the Governor and the He
publicans was a fnlluro and they want somo kind of action now.
They aro not In favor of submitting tho matter to Congress because,
they believe that all such matters should bo settled at home.
Mil ft. (BilE
DEFENDANT CLAIMS TRUST
EXISTED IN HIS NAME
Judge Gear Will Decide the Levy
Azbil Case This Afternoon
Hopkins to Summon
The tilal of Mrs. M J, Montano vs
W. ft. Castle, a bill fot an accounting,
was continued this morning before
Judge Gear. The testlmon for the
defense was all In b.v noon nnd the
plaintiff will put on v.ltnesses In re
buttal this afternoon The testlmon)
on both sides showed that Mrs. Mon
tano bad been for a long time very
much dlssntlsTlcd with the manner In
which Mr. Castle han I em conducting
the business entrusted to him. It was
fchown that her calls ni protest nt his
office were so numeiiius tint the clerks
could not remember dates or the num
ber of such calls It alau appeared that
Mr. Castle grew so tired of the Impor-
tunltlcs that he established a rule of
being too bus to talk It over.
The mattei at Issue Ik iuOOO. Plain
tiff claims this sum ns due her as u
balance fiom the proceeds of a sale
of land made b. Mr. Castle. Castle
claiming to act as trustee for the Mon
tauos accepted a mortgage for this
amount from W. C. Achl. Plaintiff
claims that she never had the oppur
tunlty to 'accept or i eject the mort
Judge Gear will probabl announce
bis decision this afternoon in the rase
of Levy vs, Azblll The case Is the
one grow Ink out of the sale of tho
Queen's hotel li) Azblll to Levy. I.ev
advanced $-'d on the deal which fur
tome reason failed to go through. The
milt Is brought b Lev to recover
the amount advnnced.
The Grand Jur) called by Judge
Gear will be summoned b Bailiff C. A.
Atturne) Illgclow filed a demurrei
tc the complaint of Kerr vs. The Or
phcuni Compnii, alleging no Jurisdic
tion. The question of jurisdiction wns
onii In which an appearance would bo
u confession of Jurisdiction. The Court
held that the demurrer u an appear
ance on the part ot the dctendaut.
In the estate ot Hubert W. Holt the
accounts of Henry Smith, trustee, hnvo
been referred to J. M. Monsarrnt us
Ihe accounts of the trustee In tlu
estute of H, A. P. Carter have been re
feried to Henry Smith ns master nt the
request of G. H. Carter.
The will of T. W. Ora has been ad
mltted to probate. Judge Gear ap
pointed Herman Focke executor ot tho
v. Ill under bond of U'W.
A Honolulu Irishman who writes
poctr that Is published and read, often
waxes eloquent to n select coterie of
friends on the problems of 'life. But
he's Itlsh The other evening, In dis
cussing married life and so-called sin
gle blessedness. In the warmth ot con
viction he exclaimed. "Wlo. a single
man Is like a woidless song without
and Old Time Luau
Mr Kill Kinlhue nnd MIkr Mam
Nahlnu were imrrled hst evening at
the Hnmnn Catholic Cathedral In tlin
lire feme of n Hrgc number of friends
After the cercmon), the bridal pirty
and full three hundred Invited guests
went to the home of William Hlnger
on Wnlknhnlulu whcie n srdendliT lit in
had been pictured 'Ihe leceptlon lit
the (linger home was erj Impresnlve
and wns attended with silent ceremony
until after prner the festival of the
wedding began. Congratulations were
lavished upon the happ) couple and
many tonsts were drunk. The feast
was conducted li ftlnger nlong old
time Huwallan lines nnd was a success
throughout The numerous guests
were delighted with the entertalument.
which lasted until after mldnlgh.
The Wilder Steamship Co. has built
a ver large btto for Maalaea Ila,
Maul. The structiue ereatl resembles
the bell bun off this harbor It will
be put In place b the l.cliua and will
mark the danger line In Maalaea Bay.
In pist times this I arbor has been
the cause of much delaj to Island ves
sels on account of the slnllow water.
In the night tlnic steumeis. on i-ntcr
Ing, have often gone aground. To
obviate the danger ot q scrlois mis
hap the new buo) has been cons'Mic'.e I.
When laid Its beating with rnfei
enee to points on the sur-cjiuidliig
Bhoie will be sent to the l nl'ed rititr-4
Hdrogrnphli olIHc so the loi.itlrn cf
the mark can be notM on the new
maps now being prepared
Vesterda) afternoon the members of
the Executive Council made a tour of
Inspection of sewers und public works.
The Itlnerar of Insp-ctlon took In the
pumping station and all the Interesting
points nlong the sewer to tho iiuflnlsh
rd outfall. The compnii was pleased
with the llrkt class condition in which
the found ever thing.
Kamalu plantation people are still
waiting patlentl for thcli suit In tho
Clicult Court. It would manifest! be
Impossible for nil business man to bo
i.pliroacheel on nil kind of a proposl-
tiun until this matter Is settled. In
the meantime. T. II. Meer is acting ns
the manager nnd four or live men n
taking care uf the place. Kamalo
baa fort ncres of excellent ratio that
will be ready for grinding In October or
Now Married Legally.
Mr. Schoellkoppe, proprietor of th
Hawaiian hotel barber chop Is now
pioperly married. Tho spelling of his
name given b the Call was consider
ably off. but estcrdny afternoon hit
secured a second mart hire license f i cm
Superintendent llud anil was agalu
marilcil at the German Luthcap
church lust evening. Mr. an I Mr'
Schoellkoppe now keep their Sail ltd
fael marriage license as a souvenir.
Captain lack Atkinson of the Ilea
Lulls Is beginning to look fur appli
cants feu the frcsluu'in crew for the
September rae-cs. He has alieady pick,
cd out some piomlslng colts uud from
now on until the crews arc picked
there will be n lot of wink done b
ii embers desltous ot making u seat In
W O. Smith Is booked to leave for
Vuncuuvei In tho Moana.
MOST I'hOI'LL I'ATROME THL
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY PONT V.OU?
Gill up BLUE (H2I when you wish
to sen J anything down town, and re
quest your dealer to send jour goods
home by the ,M. I D. Co.
I'rompt delivery and ...
careful attention assured.
I SHOE SALE I
Owing to many not being able to
take advantage of our .sale last
week, we will continue the sale
during the balance of this week.
SAME LOW PRICES RULE.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
1057 Tort Street.
IDEAL PLACE ON ALAKEA
STREET ALMOST COMPLETED
Only a Few Rooms LeftSome
of People Who Have Rent
ed Oices and
One of the ver best buildings for
lb)lclans or dentists' offices or for
tultes of rooms for residence purposes
HI ue completed on August 10 Its
location Is on Ahkca street Just makal
of the Pacific Club and its promoters
aic Drs Henry W. Hovard and A. E.
Nichols. Indeed, the excellent oppor
tunities offered have I ecn so readily
fcuatched up that nearly cvcothlug In
the building Is taken, this notwith
standing the fact that the building la
Lot vet completed.
The building has a very handsome
appearance mid the fact that It faces
tuu.iid Walkikl assures the occupants
of a pleasant breeze at nil hours of the
The first floor ot the building will be
utlllzeel almost cutircl for office pur
poses. Besides the offices of Drs How
ard nnd Nichols will bo those of the
following' Associated Charities, Dr.
Kodgcrs, nnd Drs. Andrews nnd Me
crs. Dr. McDonald has taken u suit
of living rooms on this floor.
The upper Hour has alread been
rented to a lady who means to take
In lodgers so that there Is nothing
there that can be obt lined.
One-half of the basement has been
taken b the Honolulu and Hawaiian
Paper Co. and already, the enterprising
manager, Mr. Johnson, has got bin
stock In position and Is now attending
tc the finer details. Naturally, Mr.
Johnson Is mure thau t leased with hit
The remaining part ot the basement
which covers a space of SOxtO feet Is
most suitable for a warehouse. It In
not only roomy but It has the advan
tage ot being cool and dr).
The court at the central part ot the
building nssures comfort for every
room In the building. This place will
be sit about with ferns and palinH
'and will be turned Into a bower of
beauty upon which all the occupant
uf the building may louk with pleasure!
from the broad piazzas that arc to bn
tumid outside of the rooms,
The building speaks for Itself It Is
excellent In every respect and. ns U
nell proven by the run there has bwn
on the accommodations.
i m .
New Paint and Paper
House on Union St.
The McKcchnlo Paint nnd Wall Pa
per Company opened n new storo on
I'nlon street this week nt Nos 1178
mill 1180. The storo Is filled with u
bright new stock of paints, oils, wall
paper, glass and other Interior ma
ti i lain The lino of wnll paper Ik con
spicuous In Into ami beautiful designs,
nnd Is tbi' largest line shown In thu
city lleclde's thu great variety on show
nt tho store n large warehouse supply
Is leady to bo drawn upon In paints,
tlm MeKechnlo storu will lend, Thn
best brands on)) nre on the shelves.
Mr MeKechnlo Is a pinctlcal painter
and Interior decorator, and will flgtiro
oil contracts. It will bo wurtli thu
white of any ono to diop In and securii
n few Ideas on the art of Interior deco
rations as practiced b) this new bouse.
Captain Albert Wallace ot tho Sea
King, who Is on bull nwaltlng trlnl In
thu I'cdcial Court for assault upon tho
high seas, applied to Judge Esteo to
day for n reduction or his bnll bond.
The prose eiitlng attorney approving,
tho bond was reduced from J 1,000 to
Tlii'io was n stem!) stream of ioc
pie nt the ollli e of thu Assessor to day
turning In tin Ir Income schedules for
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