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Vol. XI. No. 2222.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1902
Price 5 Gents.
A BOY IN
"Doggone It, I wonder If the
X me?" Chicago Record-Herald.
California Masters and
Pilots Decide On
ACTION HAS BEARING
ON HONOLULU SHIPPING
STEAMSHIP COUPANIESNO LON
GER ABLE TO GET OFFICERS
FROM COAST IN PLACE
OF LOCAL MEN.
Masters of local vessels have recent
ly received from California Harbor,
No. ID, of the Masters and Pilots' As
sociation the following set of rules,
which went Into effect on July 1:
We, the American Association of
Masters and Pilots of Steam Vessel.
California Harbor, No. IS, and the Ma
rine Engineers' Beneficial Association,
No. 35, having regularly met and eon
feired, have Jointly resolved:
That the members of our respectlvo
associations shall observe tbo follow
ing rules, whllo engaged upon ocean
going or coastwise vessels:
Rules 1, 2 and 3 apply to such ves
sels while In San Francisco.
A working day shall be from 7 a. r.).
to 5 p. m. with one hour allowed for
dinner, making a day of nlno working
Sundays and legal holidays to bo
considered working days when the ves
sels Ball thereon; provided, the com
pany has a regular schedule. ,1
Rule 2. All labor performed on n
Sunday or on n legal holiday (other!
than sailing day) and on every day be
tween the hours of G p. m. and 7 a. m. '
shall be termed overtime, and shall be
paid for at the rate of one dollar per
Rule 3, If tbc company require nit
officer to sleep on board nights or stay
ou board Sundays or holidays, he shall
do no work other than for tbo safety
or,' the Vessel, and shall havo equal
time off, or be paid overtime.
Rule 1. In all ports of call ot'acr
than San Francisco, the officers can'
Continue their regular sea watches, and
bhall not be called except In an cmcr
gency . If they so deslro thoy may
make any other suitable arrangements
provided that they are not compelled
to work more than nine hours out of
twenty-four and all work In excess of
nine hours shall be considered over
time. Rulo 6. All officers, who do not
IMPERIAL CIGAR STORE
llkei him better than the doet
dr. mm 10W
Dr. R. Oliver, lately resident physl
clan of the Leper Settlement, la very
Ion- at lila residence, Walklkl. lie was
unconscious all last night and the
watchers hardly expected him to live
till morning. David Dayton Is one
who stayed with him throughout the
night. Dr. Oliver Is an old resident
with a Hawaiian wife and family. Ho
worried deeply over his removal from
the Molokal position, complaining that
the Hoard of Health condemned him
without u hearing face to face with his
PROBABLY SMALL ESTATE.
British Consul Hoare Is Investigating
the financial affairs of the late George
1.. Dalt with a view to, the Interests ot
his heirs. It Is thought b7 no. friends
that the dead man left nothing' ot
much account, as before the accident
tbat kept him Idlo with Incidental ex
penses Ave months prior to his death'
he bad been spending money home ti
Scotland every now and then, beside
being liberal with his means here.
stand a watch at sea shall continue
their regular duties In these ports, but
they must be paid over time for moro
than twelve hours' duty In twenty-four.
Rule il. In all ports, If not standing
watches, no member, who has to keep
the first night watch after salllna.
shall perform any labor, unless for the
safety of tlio vessel, within six hours
Rulo 7. No member, who Is a supe
rior officer shall In any manner induce
or coerce a subordinate officer to break
Rule 8. If any member ot either As
sociation shall be discharged for obey
ing theso rules, no member of either
Association shall be permitted to sail
or work with his substitute.
Rulo 9. Tbc violation of these rules
shall bo considered conduct unbecom
ing a member; subject to the penalty
prescribed by the by-taws of each re
Rule 10. It shall bo the duty of ev
ery member of cither Association to re
port any Infraction of these rules.
These rules are of no small Impor
tance to the masters of local steamers
as It gives them more of an independ
ent standing with their respectlvo com
panies. Heretofore , when friction
arose between an officer and tbo com
pany concerning certain polntB of la
bor, etc., all the coiripany would havo
ta do would bo to send to tho Cout
for a man to take tho placo of such tin
officer, and who would bo wilting to do
what tho former had objected to do.
Now, however, ub will be Been by the
rules above, this cannot be done, n
fact which makes the hand of tho offi
cers a much stronger one than It has
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. Uogle.
Oregon block, Hotel street.
Achi Declares For County
and Municipal Gov
ernment. SENATORIAL TICKET
FOURTH HAS NAMED ACHI, HAR-
RIS, AND PRINCE JONAH KA-
LANIANAOLE THE FIFTH
WANTS TWO MEN.
An Important caucus of Republicans
of the Fifth District representing two
separate factions, wns held In Repub
lican headquarters last night for (hi
purpose of talking over the situation
and deciding provisionally upon men
for the Legislature, in general and the
Senate In particular.
One of those present at the caucus
was Senator Achl who, after he had
been asked flatfooted as to his position
In the county and municipal govern
ment matter, answered that he was In
favor of tho move but only by popular
vote. Ho would not consent to too
much power being placed In the hands
of the Mayor.
This declaration came as a Biirprise
to those present, for Senator Achl has
always been put down as one ot thogj
who would work tooth and nail for the
defeat of any measure looking toward
county and municipal government
What occurred to chango his mini
could not be ascertained.
At all events, the caucus was a
friendly ono and ono point was prai.tl
cully decided on, to wit, that the Fifth
District shall have the naming ot two
out of tho three men for Senators on
tbc Republican ticket from this Sena
It was also the opinion of this can
cus that Hawallans should be placed
on tho ticket for In no other way could
tho Homo Rulers be defeated. The, lite
Of the Republican party depended) on
this Idea being carried out." M c ,
This question faavlnglieon praeUca'l
ly settled so far. as tho caucus was con
rcrncd. the names of some of tho.to
who bad been suggested as possiblo
candidates were mentioned, and thii
was the array: Achl, Iaukca, HudUy
mid John l.ane.
laukea, who will en mo out In tumor
row's Advertiser declaring further lit
frvur of county and municipal govoi-.i
mvnt, was seen a few days ago, and he
expressed some doubt as to bis run'
nlng. However. It Is believed that. In
ccsc he were nominated, he would
The Fifth District wents tho naming
of two ol ' the candidates, becnusc It
claims the big majority of the voters
uiid the big majority of the tnxpayln,;
In the meantime, men of the Scconil
J'rcclnct of tbo Fourth District are not
sleeping. Indeed, they have put this
ticket in the field as being eminently
lit and proper: Achl. Harris and
I'rlnce Jonuh Kalanlanuole for tho SeU'
nte. This Is taken as a compromise
The Fifth does not want the two rep
resentative districts of this Senatorial
district to be separated in nny respect,
but It does claim two men and will In
slat on such action being taken, l.'y
continuing forces and not working at
cross-purposes, there would be a cen
tering ot the vote and the Republicans
would put In all tbrco men, thus assur
ing five out of six men from this Sen
How the matter will end Is a ques
tion, but tbo men from the Fifth -ir
moro than willing to accede to any
thing reasonable, for the good of r.ie
party, and believe that the Fourth
should meet them at least half way.
Of course, everybody Is aware of tho
fact that the work now Is along lines
of harmonizing various elements rf
tbc Republican party and that It Is thii
duty of every Republican to bring to
light anything which is being done to
lessen tbo chances of such a thing be
ing brought about.
Inquiries havo been made about a
certain lima of wharf laborers who
lives In the Firth District and was a
defeated candidate In the recent pri
mary elections, The workmen have re
ported that certain wharf laborers
who worked under this lima but
who did not vote for him at the prima
ries, have been "Ured ' from their Jo'.i.
Ono man wan receiving $1 a day ami
others smaller amounts.
This lima Is working fur ono of tho
big steamship companies and workmen
claim he Is using his position!! tin
known in his employers, to influence
votes iu Ills direction.
Sir Wilfrid Laurler. the pi line minis
ter of Canada, will be the icelplent ot
special honors at the bunds of King
Ildward He is tu lie made Earl ot
The Siliool Hoard of Newport. R. I.,
has elected a colored woman as teach
er In the public schools. She Is the
first- negress to be t-o honored In tho
New Knglaud States.
Dill collectors have always struck tho
more easy-going part of the community
as being unduly energetic people Ja
panese bill collectors seem to be so In
the superlative. A day or two ago a
Japanese carved two countrymen from
whom he was endeavoring to collect a
hill, to badly that they had to be sent
to the hospital. This forenoon another
occurrence of n very similar character
A. Sao, a Japanese, met Hlral. a driv
er of an express wagon this morulng
as Hlral was peacefully driving his
steed by the corner of River and King
streets. Hlral owed Sao a couple of
dollars and when tbc eagle eye ot the
creditor struck the unfortunate debt
or, he Immediately demanded his mon
ey. Hlral declined to pay claiming that
ho hail not the requisite coin. This so
Incensed A. Sao that ho' drew a knife
and cut Hlral In the back. Inflicting a
wound about an inch and a half long.
t.utcklly, it Is not a very serious one.
A, Sao was arrested and is now In th
NOT 1 BITTER fl
RISDON IRON WORKS
NOT PRESSINI KONA
HARVESTING OF CROP IN PROG
RESSRECEIVER SCOTT SAID
TO BE BESET WITH THE
It Is ascertained tbat the proceedings
fcr a foreclojure of mechanic's Men
by the Rlsdon Iron Works of -Jan
Francisco against the Knna Sugar Co,
Is not intended to be pressed Imme
diately. The action Is taken simply
In compliance with the law requiring
such claims to be made within three
months ot the beginning of a receiver
ship to give them vallldlty. There Is
no disposition on the part of the San
Francisco creditors to wreck tho enter
prise, but rather a desire to havo il
mauaged so that In time it may pay all
Harvesting ot the crop stilt contin
ues with the means available under
the receivership. The cane runs In
general four tons of sugar to the aero.
propping a half ton or so for ttc poor"
cr fields. Operations thus far are be
lieved -to Indicate that the plantation
would pay under competent manage
ment. Somo murmuring Is heard anions
those In town who are Interested !-.
gardlng animosity shown toward Re
ceiver M. F. Scott right on the planta-
n. Whether there Is Justice in any
of the criticisms of hit management cr
not. It Is held by people hereabouts
that his authority should be absolute
while he Is boss and tbat he shou'.J
not tolerate any "knockers" about the
BRIDE FROM SCOTLAND.
Tbo marriage of Mr. A. J. William
son and Miss Nettlo Stlmson recorded
elsewhere took place at tbo residence
of .Mr. Maconacbte, 60-55 Young Btrect,
ou Saturday afternoon. The wedding
dinner was given at tho Moana Hotel
later. Intimate friends ot the couplo
being guests. The bridegroom is road
engineer to the Hnmakua Road Hoard
and a popular man In the district. The
bride comes from bonnlo Scotland,
having arrived here last week In the
TAX APPEALS HEARD.
At yesterday's session of the Tax Ap
peal Court there were heard the case
ol Mrs. A. O. Forbes for property at
Kuwalabao, the Planters' Association
for leasehold at Makikl, Mrs. C. T. Day-
tor property In Ueretanta street next
the central Are station, N. Fernanda
for I'auahl street property and Abra
ham Fernandez for property at Kiil.u-
Kabila and Kallhl.
Commissioner B. S. GUI set the de
portation cases of two Chinese women,
charged with being in the country un
lawfully from having no residence cer
tificates, icspectlvely for Thursday
iind Friday. Under the Exclusion Act
the Commissioner bus the power of u
nmlct Judge ai.d run make nr. order
of deportiitlon subject to appeal.
RUSHING THE SEASON.
A banking house In the city Is evi
dently looking upon county anil muni
cipal government us a foregone
conclusion. Communications from the
bank were sent nut this morning and
plainly Imerllied In the upper left hand
comer weie the words: "After l days,
return o , Honolulu,
Oaliu County, Hawaii "
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
S, S. ALAMEDA, AUGUST 13,
Next express steamer to Coast.
Express closes 10 a. m. day ot salting.
Wells, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with AmerloJn
i)D TI di
Hopes That Improvement
Will Follow Next
THIS IS WHAT HE TOLD
PEOPLE ON THE COAST
VARIOUS CAUSES OF PRESENT DE
PRESSION MENTIONED CUT
IN EWA DIVIDEND A SE
Hon, s. M. Damon, who reluineJ
from n visit to San Francisco recently,
was tound In a solitary moment at the
executive desk of Dlshop & Co.'s ban'
by a Bulletin reporter today. The
financier was asked how Hawaiian In
ieicsts stood on the CoasL
"Well, 1 told them what I now say to
you," said Mr. Damon, "that nc great
Improvement In Hawaiian affair ran
he expected until after the narvestlag
of cur next crop ot sugar.
"We havo had so mu.'h to contend
against the past year or two. Tlive
was the drought on Havvi'.l. also the
damaging fires. Then the dru'.i uron
the country to pay thi various Federal
Ini'.cMs, amounting to JlM.000 a momb.
for which the Islands were not pre
pared v.as a serious drawback to our
prosperity. There was next the rs
carriage of tho lire claims nl Washing'
ton thnt Is. we were led to expect an
appropriation up to the last. Finally,
the tow price of sugar means a loss as!
high as half a million dollars each to'
some plantations, which otherwise!
would have been distributed In tfaoj
Mr. Damon was asked regarding the
prospects of betterment In the sugar
market and answered:
"I think the prospects t.rc favorable,
Next fall tbc payment of bounties by
European beet sugar countries will
cease, which ought to have a beneficial
effect on prices. One thing that has dc
pressed the market was Cuba's holding
hack of -750,000 tons at sngar to await
the settlement of the tariff question la
Asked If our plantations after pro
vldlng for recent great permanent ini'
provements would not be able. In .1
measure, to weather toierably well
even a continuation of the period ol
low prices, Mr. Damon assented to the
affirmative, side of the proposition. As
he had stated before he held good hopps
of the situation after returns from next
crop were received ,
"One of the severest blows we have
yet sustained." ho added, "Is the cut
ting In half ot the Hwn dividend. Yes,
It was a surprise to those on the out'
side, although probably known to
those on the Inside for some time,"
An Inquiry was made ns to whether
Coant capitalists regarded our Indus
"Oh, yes," was the reply, "but there
Is so much prosperity over there now
that they do not rare to Invest In any
thing that Is not paying dividends."
"You are not In politics this cam
paign, Mr. Damon?" was finally ven
tured, "I am not," he responded with an
emphatic shake ot the head. 'I spent
ten of the best years ot my life up
there In the service of the country, and
It will take ten years to make up for It
In my own affairs."
Among those who departed In tbo
Claudlne for Maui ports this forenoon
wero Delegate Robert Wilcox, Senator
D. Kalauokalanl, D. Kalauokalanl Jr.,
Representative Mossman and Repre
sentative nccklcy. This party will
make a tour of the Island of Maul and
after about a week or so, Wilcox will
return to Honolulu In order to be pres
ent when the commission from 'Con
Senator Kalauokalanl and the others
will not return but will continue on to
Hawaii where they will make a com
plete tour of the islands In the Inter
ests of the Home Rulo party.
This forenoon at about 11 o'clock.
Officer McDuflle added to his laurels by
performing a successful raid on a Chi
nese gambling den on King street Just
opposite t lie railroad station. .McDuf
lle. accompanied by .Officer Alt On, en
tered tho place, a Chlnrso lestauraut,
and caught the outfit flagrante delicti!.
McDuflle gathered the ten Chinamen
who participated In the game, together
by their queues, taking five in each
hand until the patrol wagon arrived in
which the worshippers of chance wero
safely taken to the Inek-up.
On June 17. the thlid anniversary of
his burial, n handsome monument,
reared to the memory of the Hon,
Richard P. Illand, wns unveiled at Leb
anon, Mo., his old homo.
Senator Vest, who has been influen
tial In much of the most Important na?
tloual legislation for many years, Is
preparing his memoirs for publication.
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Wide spreading -as a tret (sprung
I THE FREAKISH PANAMA HAT. 't
Is the hundred dollar mat of grass that caps the summer suit ,
It will serve as an umbrella or a shade from the soot and sun, j
And It's handy, too, a mackintosh when the cloudburst has begun. J
New York World. j
dr. mm .iilKill its
Although Dr. Cofcr of the U. 8. Ma
rine Hospital Service had packed all
his fiirnltiue. booked with his family
In the Alameda, said adieus and made
all other prepaiations tor going to the
Mainland to enjoy a sixty days' leave,
the genial doctor will not depart yet,
he having received orders this morning
to remain In this city until September
9, at which date he will probably bo
able to depart.
During the absence of Dr. Cofer, the
Quarantine Service will probably be in
charge of Dr. Ilobdy, who Is at pres
ent on his way to this city where he
has accepted a position on the local
U. H. Marine Hospital Service.
The quarantine officials are at pres
ent busy with one of their periodical
anti-rut qrusades. The Andrew Welch
Was fumigated last night and the other
sailing vessels In the harbor will be
fumigated In their turn. As soon as
the Alameda gets away tomorrow, the
Oceanic wharf will be fumigated,
whereupon the Pacific Mall wharf will
also get a dose.
George Kelll and Frank E. Wilson
have opened a general supply store In
tbc Masonic building. Alakca street,
where every description of article v 111
be sold on the instalment plan. This
will be the first storo of the kind to
open In this city. The partners In the
new concern are both very well known
in Honolulu and each has a very large
circle of friends. For several years,
Kelll has been In the employ of T. II.
Davles & Co.'s grocery department.
The Inter-Island steamer Nllhau met
with a small accident this morning in
tne harbor. She was Bteamlng up to
Brewer's wharf, from which place sho
was to take some freight. Her portj
now came in vioieni contact wmi ise
WniMkl corner of the wharf, and a
jmall bole was made In the steamers
bow. This Is now being repaired. Tho
wharf was only slightly damaged,
Work on the tearing down of the
Merchants' pavilion began this morn-,
ing. The ground is needed and thu
work will therefore be pushed with all
the dispatch possible. i
SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE
and OXFORD TIES
at their regular price.
$4.50 to $6.00. Note our special prices below:
Ladles' Oxford Ties, Louis Heel
Special at $2,00 and $3,00
Louis Heel Slippers
Special at $1 50 and $2,00
medium and common sense heels
Special $1,50, $2,00 and $2,50
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
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I J DM
Says Advertiser of Today
DID NOT SAY A WORD
IS ONE OF THEM HIM8ELF REA
SONS FOR JOINING HOME RU
LERSWHAT HE REAL
LY DID SAY.
Moses Niikuina said be had been a
Republican for two years. The rea
son he left the party was because hU
son (Fred. Heckley) "had fired a bullet
at the Republican party and they got
satisfaction out of him by firing bliu
out of office." He then went into Ha
waiian history of the past thirteen
years, asking It it was tho Home Rul
ers who had required tho King to sUn
a new constitution, overthrown tbo
Queen, secured annexation, etc. He
answered In the negative. He said it -was
all the "missionary party."
"They cried for annexation, an!
they got It," ho said. "They said we
would all have plenty of money. Hut
have we got It? No. Then they did
not want annexation and then they
tried to tako nway our votes. They
are the biggest damn fools out, these
missionaries. I wonder if any news
paper man is around here tonight; any
how, do not tell anybody there was a
big meeting; just say there were about
a dozen around, that's all," Adver
tiser. When Moses Nakutna was seen tbpi
morning with reference to the above
(Continued on Page S.)
Only a small line Wo have
nearly all sizes It yours Is
hero It Is a great cbanco to
buy ties or slippers much less
than half their value. Thoy
wero mad'o by the best factor
ies and aro latest styles, but
nro odds and ends, and not a
complete line. That won't af
fect yon, however, as you want
only one size, All cood valua
of the goods offered ranges from
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