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Vol. II. No. 4GO.
HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1G, 1896.
Piciok 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every iluy except Sandfly nt
210 King Strcot, Honolulu, 1L I.
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NEWS BUDGET FROM HILO
SHINS 11 1 tMMMlttJ.VN AI'IMIVIt ON
1V1'Y II (Ml.
Notl.tl nml I'frxmnl llrnin An Invii-
Mln til Wni Wrnllier
(Corn inndcuco of Iho Hui.lktin
Tho Hilo Social Club hold its
regular meeting on TlmrBtlny
night r.l Fireman's Hall. Dancing
was in order and onjoyed by all
prcBont. Theso dances are very
popular and are always well at
tended by Hilo's young society
On Wednesday last tboro was
considerable excitement ou Waia
nucnuo street caused by a run
away horBO belonging to Hobsou
tlio "soda man." Tho animal was
left standing in front of J. R.
"Wilson's residence, while, the
driver delivered a caso of soda
pop.Childron passing frighten
ed (ho stcid by waung palm
leaves in tho skate's face. After
taking a careful suivey of tho
propoeed improvements on our
main street ho tied himself to tho
post iu front of tho Soda Works.
Road work is being pushed ,
ahead with vim and vigor. Aran-1
ral is already on tho Puna road
with his gang. J. It. Wilbou will
undoubtedly havo his portion of
tho road completed in a short
time, as ho has put ou a largo,
force of men and already has his
steam l oiler and road crusher at '
work. Williams is also going ahead .
with his portiou. j
Building on tho now Hilo hotel
will begin iu tho very near future.
Tho plans havo been drawn, sito
named and a hurried survey
taken. With the new hotel and a
wharf, Hilo would bo in it to a
J. F. Brown, Commissioner of
Lands, has heeu in town several
days lookiug at different sections
of hind. It is said u largo tiaot of
laud in Ilamakua will bo placed
upon tho inuiket shoitly. It is
also said lands in Puna and Olnn
will bo opoued up. No liner cof
fee land in tho world than these
Thoro has boon no rain in Hilo
for tho past week, whioh clearly
sIiowb tho need of a street sprink
ler, as tho roads aro quite dusty.
Tho Moi Wahiuo brought down
lumber for tho jail fence last
Tho Kinau came in Wednesday
night with a very small passenger
list and 450 toes of freight, also a
largh island mail. Sho leaves
this morning at ton.
M. F. Affonso was fined $150
for soiling "booze" without a
Speculation is rife aa to tho
election of President of United
States. McKinloy has tho most
B. F. Sohoen, of tho firm of
Richards & Schoon, leaves by to
day's Kinau to catch tho Australia
for a visit to his folks in San
Jose, Cul. Ho will be gone about
Tho past ton days Hilo has boon
overrun with yellow jackots.
Many of our good people can bo
soou wearing good sized bumps,
tho result of sudden contact with
tho yellow follows.
Roderick Ross, the coffee ox
pert who had tho misfortuno to
break his leg two weeks ago, is
improviug and will bo out in a
day or two.
I. Witkowski, a Chicago capital
ist, has been visiting Olan, whoro
ho has very largo coffoo iutorestp.
Emilo Whito, of tho San Fran
cisco Nowe Co., has beon visiting
Hilo and tho Volcano.
Mr. and Mrs. Suhr of Honolulu
camo dowu from tho Volcano
House yesterday. They return
by tho Kinau to Honolulu.
Continued on Sth Puye.
WHALER GAYIIEAD OFF PORT ,
Atiuivuu riio.ti tiik a norm on
Trn IhiiiiHnnil found' Unite or Tun
Vt'Ht k Out- lienor! on tlio
Tho whaling batk Gnyhead,
Captain CIiiih. Foley, ariived off
port euily this morning. About
10 o'clock a boat landed the skip
per, his wife and young sou at
Tho Gayhead left tho Arctic
Ocean on Oct. 7, having caught
four whales which yielded six or
sovon huudrcd pounds of bono
besides tho oil. Tho captain
says lie is woikiug on a now
system, which is that ho is not
to return homo inside of two
years unless ho secures 10,000
pounds of bone.
Up north, the Gayhead was in
company with tho Alice Knowles
with ouo whale, Mormaid with
ono whale, Horatio with ono
Very Bovoro weather was had in
the Arctic this season. Captain
Foley says ho sailed in the ico for
four days ono lime, making but
Mrs. Foley was brought ashore
to get medical tieatiuont, and if
the physician advises wi 1 ro
iniin heie. The ship is bound
south on a cruise about tho La
drono and other islands, nftor
which sho will return not th again.
Tho Gayhead is the whaling
bark that attempts wero mado to
scuttle and bum, by somo tough
members of her crow, at Honolulu
about two years ago. Captain
Foloy was not in charge of the
vessol at that lime.
AiUuiiI of tin- Screw Stoanicr In lln
Mr. Hobron, ono of our oldost
follow citizens, favors tho Bul
letin with the following oldtimo
verses. They woio written many
years ago by tho late E. O. Hall
to the lato Captain Makco, and
rofor to the advout of a screw pro
peller Bteamor in theso waters.
Tho Mr. Green montionod is the
lato W. Lothian Greon, financier,
statesman aud ucioutifio author,
who was tho first Finance Minister
in tho Reform Ministry of 18S7:
Tho new propeller, though you think her
1b qulto a pet, you know, with Mr. Green;
Iiut thou!h quite email, sho has such mighty
That she enn steam with iaso thrco Knots an
You feel a llttlo Jcalon", I am sure.
That 8 liu don't stop at Ulupalakuu;
Hut still you need not caro what route sho
So lontf ns you haro tho "I'mma Hookc,"
A staunch, nice cralt she Is, as true in thu
At Kiiimn hiinuro.
Tho usual band coucort takes
place at Emma square this evon
ing, when tho following selections
will bo rendered:
Overture Zampa Hurohl
(Siwilte I'rhieurg Mnuil K.ippi'
Selection Mitrllnna Wallacu
l'oll I'utuehjua, l.lku no n I.Ike, Mnlu I ku Ao
Medley Musical Kei low s I!l h re
l'antaxl i Th" Lilliputians Kutliiuu
WulU Illuo Danube Strauss
American I'atrol (by reijucst) Medium
Tlio Hid ITIUslon Ilnlldliis.
A. Frank Cooke is now solo
owner of tho old promisos at Ka
waiahao, containing tho first
frame building ovor orected in
Honolulu, tho material for which
came from Boston round Capo
Horn. During tho recont ogita
tiou for tho preservation of tho
building as a rolio tho property
was in probate. Tho Bulletin is
authorized to Bay that tho build
ing will not bo demolished for tho
HAWAII'S SUGAR PLANTERS
AN'MlAI. HKKTIMI Ol' Till. ANSO-
ott iiov commi:noi:i
1,1. r 'tlmiic l'ltrllolpnllMC In tlio
I'riirrrilliiE-t nnd Wlmt 'u
IIiiik- rhU Mornlnir.
Tho annual meeting of the Ha
waiiau Sugar Planters' Associa
tion, formerly known as tho
Planters' Labor and Supply Com
pany, convened this morning
shoitly after 10 o'clock at tho
rooms of tho Agricultural Expori
mout station ou Nuuanu street.
Tho following well-known plant
ers and business men were pro
sent: Alec. Young, Georgo H.
Fairchild, W. C Parke, F. M.
Swauzy, Paul Isenberg, J. F.
Hackfold, H. M. Whitney, Judge
Hart, John R. Hind, George
Woight, Antouo Cropp, Captaiu
Ahlborn, Thomas Kay, John Watt,
Dr. Maxwell, J. T. Crawloy, John
N. Wright, F. A. Sclmofor, C.
iJolte, John A. Scott, W. J. Low
rio, G. R. Ewart, August Alliens,
William G. Irwin, H. W. Schmidt,
J. B. Athertou, II. P. Baldwin, B.
F. Dillingham, E. D. Teuuey aud
a fow others.
Iu calling tho meeting to order,
President Swauzy congratulated
tho members on the prosperous
season just passed, which ho said
was unparalleled iu the history of
tho islands. Ho called attention
to tho careful and painstaking
work done by tho scientific de
partment of tho association, aud
tho great benefits derived there
from. The arrangements made at
tho last meeting for dividing the
expense of making analyses of
soils from tho various plautations
had not worked as well as was ex
pected, owing to tho failure of
ceitain of the plantations to con
tribute their pro rata. Tho moot
ing would cousequeutly bo called
upon to doviso somo other means
by which tho oxponso might bo
equitably borne. Tho absence
of any laboi troubles during tho
i year bhowed a contented dispo
1 sition among the laborors, and was
' another cauo of congratulation.
I fPIrt n 4 Knit t -ti tfif tlwcjji ifnuitiil innn
J.UU IktUililUlJ Jk. i&AUfJU IIIUOUlll no
called to recont legislation which
affected tho plautera and parlicu
larly that portion of it relating to
the assessment of plantations. On
this the meeting would bo asked to
take somo action. Iu conclusion
Mr. Swanzy hoped that tho pros
perity of tho past Boasou would
be still further increased iu tho
soason now approaching.
Tho treasurer's report for tho
year ending October illst showed
total receipts of S10.275.70 and ex
penditures 17,587.00, leaving a
balance duo tho treasurer of
Mr. Irwin asked if all tho plan
tations in the association had
paid thoir assessments ou tho
total product ot sugar, and tho
secretary replied that they had.
Treasurer Jones' estimate of ex
penses for tho coming year was
then read by thosoorotary.showing
that tho sum of 818,29.11 would
ho needed to carry on tho work
now under way. Tho secrotary
had computed that an assessment
of 15 cents por ton would covor
the amount needed.
Mr. Baldwiii moved that the
estimate Do referred to tho now
hoard of trustoes to report with
recommondatioiiB for tho raising
of tho money at tho present ses
sion. Director Maxwoll snbmittod his
roport inprinted form,yhioh makes
n pamphlot of noarly eighty pages,
He did not think it necessary to
add anything to that but would
rathor outlino tho work out out for
tho coming year. Tho analyses
of soiU would bo coutinued to a
Btill creator oxtont than last yoar.
Tho professor then dotailed tho
work done at tho forty-aero ox
porimtmt farm and that which it
was proposed to do during tho
Co(jcd o?i ulh rutje.
AT ST. LOUIS COLLEGE ,
Tin: iiitAiiiAiio KNrmirAiNm.M
A I'llONOUNCr.II NIICCI.SS.
Prominent 1'coplo I're'riit to Wltnom,
n Uooil t'crlonnnnrr-NiIpih1Ii1
.tluslcnl I'rogrnni, i:tc.
The pretty little theater of tho
St. Louis college was crowded on
Saturday ovoniugwiih a largo and
appreciative audionco to witness
tho ontertainmont given undor tho
auspices of tho college Literary
Society. Tho opening overture,
"Reception," by tho collego or
chestra was woll rondorod and
gavo general satisfaction, which
was more than realized later ou
when selections from tho ovor
popular opora of "Martha" wore
Tho two choruses by tho collego
choir showed careful training of
the children's voices, and they
were given with a vim both sur
prising and commendable.
Iu tho drama iu two acts, ''The
Seven Clerks; or, Tho Three
Thiovos and tho Denouncor," the
honors of the evening cortaiuly
wout to O. II Rose, who ably por
trayed tho character of Claude
Daruaud, an old miser. Ho was
ably assisted by James A. Thomp
son as Adolpho do Briaucourt, a
young uobleman, and H.E. Murray
as Victor, Darnaud's son. Messrs.
Jarrett, Za'olau and O'Sullivan
furnished much amusement as tho
three thieves aud tho other minor
characters wero all acceptably
Both tho drama and tho farce
which followed, "Now Brooms
Sweep Clean" showed that careful
attoutiou to castuines, scenery aud
details for whioh tho St. Louis
Collego entertainments aro be
Win. Holoa's comic song, "Tho
Five Cent Shave," brought down
the houso and an encore was de
clined, tho singer bowing his ac
knowledgments beforo tho curtain
Prominent among thoso who
occupied seats of honor wero Miu
istor Damon, Commissioner Vos
sion oud Chnncollor Vizzavoua,
Consul Schaofor and Mrs. Sclmo
for, Bishop Roport and tho clergy
of tho Catholic Cathedral. Com
missioner Hawos was also present
with a party of four. Evory seat
in tho hall was occupied and the
financial results must bo more
than gratifying to tho socioty.
Moutiou must bo made of tho
now improvements lately mado iu
tho auditorium. Theso consist of
a sloping floor, on which tho seats
aro arrangi d in tiors, abundanco
of room and comfortable chairs
being provided. Tho now electric
lighting arrangements wore ex
col Ion t, and the placing of tho
orchestra bolow tho lovol of tho
stugo is a decided improvement.
Tho plan of keeping tho orchestra
in their seats throughout tho per
formance is an innovation that
will ho appreciated, as well as
that of bringing tho entertain
ment to a clouo shoitly aftor 10
Georgo Carter statod to a Bul
letin mau thiB morning, in l ela
tion to tho ropoit in this morn
ing's papor, on tho football gamo
on Saturday last: "1 was ono of
the umpires of tho grime and I
fail to seo why tho morning papor
should havo stated there was any
slugging dono by mombors of
o'thor club. I watched tho gamo
closoly and saw no slugging
whatover. 1 think tho game was
romarkably froo of overything of
that kind. '
It you want a good Island po
tato just ring up 755,Palama Gro
cory.aud thoy will sond you a bag
of tho unrivalled Kohala spuds,
grown from Now Zealand soed.
Sold at our usual livo and lot livo
rates. Palama Grocery, opposite
Railway Dopot. .
IN THE HICHER COURTS
IIAIIKIS COKl'U Willi' KIM lll
j ro i m j i ia'i:ni: i ,n n it; it a n rt.
Ai'llmr rilrsrrultl on Irlnl lor llnwit-
Inir fliliioo UrlrctU v -M m
Oil. it ,Tlalt-r.
In tliedivmce cae of Kaloikua
iwa V-. K'uimkn, w., reported iu
progress Satuidiiy, Judge Carter
granted a decree. Ho also or
dered a decree in favor of Freder
ika Cook against Clark M. Conk
for wilful desertion. Kiniiay A
Ballou for plaintiff.
Wing Wo Tai vb. N. Monwar,
assumpsit, was tried boforo Judgo
Carter by tho following jury this
morning; D. T. Bailoy, W. Tom
ploton, O. Lucas, A. Larnaoh, il.
A. Parmoleo, E. Paris, D. W. Mo
Nicol, F. J. Kruger, K. B. Por
ter, A. F. Cooko, R. W. Cathcart,
C. W. Dickey. A vordict was
rondorod for tho plaintiff, two
jurors dissenting. G. A. Davw
for plaintiff; A. G. M. Robortsoii
for defondant. Notico of motion
for a now trial was given.
L. U. Deo vs. Jas. F. Morgan, n
claim under an agreement, i& on
trial beforo Judgo Carter by tlio
following jury, with G. A. Davin
representing the plaintifT and
C. Brown tho defendant: F. J.
Punier, R. W. Cathcart, K. B.
Portor. E. fan's, U. A. Parmelee,
C. Lucas, D. T. Bailey, A. Laruach,
A. F. Cooko, D. W. McNicoll,
O. W. Dickey, W. Templeton.
Kulihara, for viohititig fishery
laws, on appeal from Koolau, had
a nolle prosequi granted him this
morning, boforo Judgo Perry, on
motion of W. O. Smith, Attorney
A Fitzgorald is on triaV for as
sault and battery with a deadly
woapou on Ah Fat, a Ohiueso de
tective, boforo Judgo Perry and
the following jury: U. E.
Waity, W. R. Sims, J. W.
Lloyd, E. Jacobsen, N. E.
Gedge, D. P. Lawrouco, II. M.
von Holt, Wm. Savidgo, B. F,
Beaidmoie, Walter Dillingham,
J. Waterhouse, 0. D. Wilson.
This caso arises from the famous
tramways lobbery. Deputy Attorney-General
Doln for the pro
secution; defendant conducting
his own caso.
Stolla K. Cockott petitions that
leavo bo given Bruco Cart'.vright
as her trusteo to pay money to her
out of funds in his hands.
Judgo Kalua of Wailuku by his
attorney, Enoch Johnson, an
swers tho complaint for debt ot
Miss Dorothea J jamb by a gonoral
Plaintiff's bill of costs in
SquireB vs. Silva amounts to $82.
15, of which 10.50 is costo ot
John T. Bakor hos brought a'
suit for partition against Young
Hoe and 22 others, tho property
being situated on Maui.
F. W. McOhosnoy, administra
tor of tho estate of M. da Silva,
has roudercd his final account,
balancing at $710 on oithor side.
Judgo Carter has rondorod a
decision ou defendant's plea to tlio
jurisdiction, in tho caso of Thomoa
R. Mossman vs. Hawaiian Govern
ment, ejectment, lie finds that,
tho action having beon begun be
fore tho repeal of certain sections
of tho statute under which it was
brought, tho tribunal whoso juris
diction is questioned has full
p wor to procoed to a final dispo
sition of tho action. W. R. Castlo
and Kinnoyit Ballou tor plaintiff;
A. S. Hartwoll for defendant.
A wilt of habeaB corpus was is
sued by Chief Justice Jndd on
Saturday night, addrcssod to F.
B. McStookor, Deputy Collector
Gonoral, commanding him to pro
duco tho bodios of forty-eight
Japanese immigrants, whoso
names aud ticket numbers aro
specified, beforo tho Chiof JubUco
at 10 o'clock this morning. A. S.
Humphreys is attorney for peti
tioners. Continued on .'tth rage.
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