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From n unpubllshtj Woik.
of the Bird by Trading With Live Bulletin .A.cLveiT'tijSOirjs.
Vol. V. No. 1073.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 18f)8.
PitiOB 5 Cents.
BITS OF NEWS FROM KAUAI
What the People of the Garden Isle Are
Plantitioas Are Quiet Reception to Native
Pastors Tennis and Golf Matches
Some Kauai Sign Boards.
LlllUE, KAU.vr, Nov. 18. Affairs
on Kouai aro very quiot just at
tbo present time. TLo planta
tions are testing fioin their recent
busy season and Hie laborers havo
soon lit to give the polios aD oasy
For a week or so past a heavy
son has been runuiug on tho Na
wiliwili uud Hiuintnnulu sido ami
the wiuil Iiiib been quite fresh
from the northeast. On Satur
day, this changed. Tho sky was
overcast, tho wind ceased to blow
and the sea abated, bo that peo
ple are looking for good woathor
On Tuesday night thoro waB
quito a littln gathering at the new
and beautiful home of He v. and
"Mrs. J. M. Lydgate in Lihue, tho
occasion boing a reception to tho
nativo Hawaiian pastors from tho
district. A magic lantern trip
through Norway and thon some
scattering scones in other coun
tries, opened tho progam of tho
ovening. After refreshments camo
guitar and mandolin music and
niugiug. Thoro wore in all, some
thirty pooplo present.
Paul Isenborg who has just
come out from Germany has' been
spending a number of days in tho
Lihue district looking into planta
Tho Lihuo tonnis team consist
ing of Messrs Frossor and Gbae.
Rica and later of the former nnd
Dr. Watt, boat a Honolulu team
in two straight matches. Lihuo
people were naturally jubilant.
A Lihuo golf team madp up of
Messrs Dempster and Amlersou,
the latter a Scotchman j t from
tho Old Country, won a match off
a Honolulu team on tue Lihuo
links on Friday. Immediately
after this match Dr. Howard of
Honolulu challenged Mr. Andor
8od, a crack player, and won quite
easily. Mr. Anderson has been
employed by Oatton and Neil and
will bo a valuable addition to tho
golf talont of the city.
Captain Warren came to
Lihuo on the W. Q.
Hall Wodno-day morning on
busings of tho Police Depart
ment On o' the Gdljcians at work on
Lihuo plrtii'atiou ciuuht the fever
fu th troubles of his brethren
on OaiiU and trind to gt away on
one o' th" 8tHamtra. H is now
labor ng pncably in the Oi'lils.
OLitzu, the JaptueBO storekeop
or t Lthu", who ran hwiv reomt
I . 1 1 'is 1 ft behind hi n mo o obli
gations than it was at tirni believ
ed. He is indebted to nxno than
five wholesale houses in IIouo'ulu
Tho old sign, "Five dollars fine
for ruuning fastor than a walk
over this bridge," ou tho nimea
bridge ha br-ou taken down and a
more comprehensib'e one put up.
Not so with tho "Ivupu Keko"
Moukoys Tabooed nins on Li
huo plantation. They still remain
to offend thoso who ui dorstand
Tho trouble between tho man
agor of Makawell plantation and
Dr. Campbell, now of Wairaea,
still continues. The proportions
it ha? assumed at tho prosont time
have caused much indignation on
tho part of Waimea people and not
a few of tho Makawoli folk.
Plantation people at Makawoli
aro not allowed to call on Dr.
Campbell and his wife, eithor pro
fessionally or socially, on pain of
losing their possitions. The trouble
has gtown so that now it is not
only a mattor botweon Dr. Camp
bell and tho plantation at Maka
woli but an opon rupture between
Wairaea nnd Kokaha. Hero is an
instance. A young lady in Wai
nioa who was wont to have youug
men from Makawoli call upon hor,
has not soon one of the familiar
faces for a long time. i
A now two-room schoolhouso
hasboon added to tho old ono at
Waimoa. It has just been com
plotod undor tho able superinten
dence of John F. 3cott, principal
of tho Waimea school. Thoso two
rooms are of equal size, 20x20 and
aro built after the latoat nud moat
Iho roud botweon Makaweliaud
Waimoa is a disgraoe to the Gor
don Island. One runs upon two
grout difficulties in traversing
this thoroughfare. First and fore
most, tho dust. Thon como tho
ruts, six inches or more in depth,
that lurk under tho rod dust.
Imagiuo tho transformation when
tho rains como and tbo floods des
cend. with 1.1:1: iui--i,i:s.
Mulch lit tllo Military Ititntro an Satur
M. Grcany of tho Marino Corps
and Quartormastor J. E. Nors
trom, both of tho U. S. S. Ben
nington, shot a match with the
Leo straight pull ritlo at tho mili
tary range Saturday. Tho result
was as follows:
Groany . . -5 544 4 5455 5 4G
Norstrom.4 45554455 445
The Leo straight pull rifle was
adopted rocontly by tho United
States JNavy and line results nave
so far, been obtained. It has a
nickel barrel, 23 inches in longth.
The gun weighs 8J pounds and
carries five cartridges with smoke
loss powder, fall copper jacket
and soft bullet.
Meetlntr of Mrdlcul Men.
A meeting of the medical men
is to be hold at tho Pacific Club
this ovening. The purposes aro as
First To discuss tho preseut
typhoid fover epidemic among the
soldiers, and tho origin thereof;
also the remedy for tho earno.
Second To deny thofltatements
raado in a certain medical journal
to the offect that thore had boon
of late a large increased in leprosy
on the island.
Tho naturo of tbo discussions
on will undoubtedly draw forth a
largo number of tho medical men
of tho city, as woll as the military,
now stationed horo.
On tho Einau Saturday night
came tho following prisoners:
Hamada, Japanese, who broko
into It. R. Hind's, Kohala, and
was shot in tho leg. His cobo will
como up in the April term at Kai
lua, Kona, Hawaii.
Long Obu, Chiuaman, charged
with deporting contract service
with tho Hnkalau Plantation Co.
Long Chu comes to Honolulu to
servo out a spntnuo-'of one month.
I.'xiuinir Over Lunal.
Goo. M. Boo'o, lut-i manager of
Spreckelsvillo pUn atioir, has been
lookiug over the Lanai plantation
in compauy with Mr. Hayselden.
Should the proposed plantation be
developed Mr. Booto will vory
probably bo manager.
No I. Proare Mertlnu Tonljflit.
H.G.Orabbo'fltates thuf'Le Pro
pros Lodge will not have a moot
ing tonight. The Advortisor is
off its base."
If you want a mco Rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver rinjc up
Club Stable Haok Stand Tol. 310,
and wo guarantoo you will bo
Royal maka the food pure,
wholesome ad dsllclMi.
ovi bakiwo roo(n CO., hW VOIW.
"f" lifttMi, iiuii i tifiWt nf S-rife"-V t "
AN ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE
James Arnndel Uses a Razor on Ills
Drink the Cause of Action Thought to Cheat
Police Officers Smoked While Wound
Was Being Sewed Up.
James Arundol, a middlo aged
Englishman, attomptod snicido
this forenpon by tho cutting his
throat straight across with a razor
and making an ugly gash so drop
that the trachoa showed plainly.
A fraction of an inch moto and
Arundel would havo Bottled his
fato for all timo. As it was Dr.
Emorson sowed up tho wound
with tbo assistance of tho janitor
and two or throo oflicors. Arund
el was bont on dying aud object
ed strenuously to tho work of tho
The attempt at smcido was
brought about by drink. Arundol
for several weeks past has boon
indulging vory hoavily. His poor
wife, a Portuguese, Amelia by
namo, was forced to stand tho ro
sults of Arundols dobaucbos which
always took tho form of brutality.
Last night Arundol wont to his
homo near St. Louis Collego in a
Btato of intoxication. His first
movo was to cast about for some
weapon with which to murder bis
wife. This settled things and,
this morning, a warrant for
Arundel's arrest on tho chargo of
assault and battory was sworn out
by his wife.
Shortly after 9 o'clock officers
wont to Arundel's house, armed
with tho warrant Arundol saw
them coming and, grasping his
razor, cut lm throat and lay down
to die. Ho was tikou to tho" polfco
While Dr. Emorson was Bowing
up tho wound. Arundol smoked a
cigar and cursed the fates that
provontcd his death while Mrs.
Arundel sat in tho Deputy Mar
shal s ouice.
I'lMiim Hqur Music .
Tho bond will play tho follow
ing selections in Emma squaro at
tho usoal hour this evoning:
Overture Victor Emanuel Kllnjr
Paranhraso'. Melody In F..ltublnstoln
Jleminisccnces of Venll Qoilfro;'
(a) Tuko Your Clothes unci Go...
Miss Rose Dcrlluor.
(b) Poll Puinehuna.
Mr. D. Moe.
Cornet Solo. Tho Carnival of
Venice (now) Eininerson
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
RenilntscuiiceH of On"enluch...Conraill
March. Mount Shastu (uow)..Ennit!H
Walt. Jolly Follows Vollntaedt
Tho .Star Spangled Banner.
The Last Cur.
The last cm 1 of tho King street
lino going to Wuikiki and Palaraa
pass tbo Anchor Saloon. The
clevorost mixologists in tho city
ro thoro always to put you up
anything you may dosiro, Drop
in and tako a drop boforoyou take
tho car. Tho colobrated Seattle
boor is to bo had horo on di aught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Josso Moor Wliiwky
ota, always on hand Tho moBt
oxaoting aud varied demands can
bo satisfied. Tho Anchor Sdoon
is here to please its pair ma.
But ono salo wbb mado on ohango
this morning. Ton shares of Ewa
sold for $230. For tho samo stook
230 was bid and S235 asked aftor
word. For Hawaiian. Sugar Co
$150 was bid and $160 askod. For
Honokaa $150 was bid and for
Kahuku S110. For Oahu
Assossablo $72i was asked and &70
William Teble, the anti-vaccination
apostle of London, is ro
ported as carrying on his mission
in the cities of tho Eastorn States.
It will be rornombered that ho
visited the Hawaiian Islands ou a
quest of thunder for his cult a
fow years ago. Ho did not agitato
much here, but his presonco was
vexatious to the doctors,
TIIK KINIi'H OLD COAT.
Box In M'hlch It Wai Pound Now
Placed on Exhibition.
In tho account of "Tho King's
Old Coat," published in Satur
day's Buixehn, an, interesting
fact wnH nmiltpd IV linn tlm
coat was being rehabilitated for
exuimtion at JNiok JLJroham'B Cot
tapo, Konia (formdr)y Smith)
street, tbot gentleman found aowed
in tho lining a Spanishreal of the
mintage of 1780 during Nfho roign
of Charles III. of Spain. Tho
coin is distinct and woll rosorved.
A larcro number of onrintm imn
plo called and examined the coat
ou Saturday ovening and tho com
ments would loiuTouo' to boliovo
that a historical dobating society
was in session, and as in such
circles, opinions pro and con pro
vailed nud wero vohomeutly urg
Mr. Broham canned ithn nlimnv
of authenticity by producing tho
oox tnat una so long beon the
resting plico of tho coat aud tho
real caUBQ of its nrAnnrvntinn.
This in itself is a curiosity. It is
nanu-maao o hquoaviest tin
mofal, hard rivited and soldered,
and tho look is of poculiar con
stuction. Tho box croatod as
much discussion na tlm imni nnrl
Ono of the Inndinir lnwnlnrn nt
Honolulu, aftor a caroful and
minuto iusnection of tlin hnttnnn
on tho garment, placod thoir
valuo as souvonirs at S50.00 each
and offorod to take tho wholo lot
at that valuation.
As thoro aro nintcon luttons on
tho coat that would not the hand
some sum of $900.
Mr. Broham rnferrrl dm mnr.
chant to tho European Curiosity
company, as lie holds the coat in
trust for thorn.
Typhoid I'aver In llilo.
A man well vflrsod in Hilo af
fairs arrivnd in thn ICinnu Hnfnr.
day night. He stated that there is
no prospect whatever that tho two
companies of Now York volun
teers, now in Hiln. will lnnvn Ilium
soon as reported elsewhere. Ho
nl.A ...nn ..! il. :f 1- 11. 1
oiou yivuo uuii iuu imuriuauon mai
thoro WOro Ocasos of tmlinid fnvnr
in tho hospital, all of tho patients
uaviug come irom tuo two mili
tarv comnanios now! fitiilinnnrl
m m m
TllO Now Enulfttld Halturv nnd
Candy Co. has been making groat
preparations to furnish Honolulu
with tbo most delicious minoe pies,
pastry ,candy, ico cream, sherbets,
salted nuts and all tho good things
required for Thanksgiving day.
Call on them, 24 nnd 2G Hotol
street, or call up tolephono No. 74,
and givo them your order.
Hawaiian Choral Club.
Prof. Richard anuouncos a ro
hearsal of tho Hawaiian Choral
Club in Foster Hall at 7:30o'olock
tomorrow (Tuesday) evoning. A
concert is one of tho oventB in the
immediate futuro and tho mom
bora of tho club aro urgod to turn
out ho that thoy may get into good
Maul Pluiitiitlun thnira.
Mr. Mnir of Hnnnlnln linn nnnn
to Papaikou us head luna.
Mr. Puller of Ponookeo has
gone t Honomu.
Mr. uoo. Kenton ot liohala has
gone to Ewa.
BAILEY'S JIKE BITS,
ITi:.MS OV INTIHUST TO IHCYCLK
Rubber Is very tcarre nJ steadily ajvanclni; In
price. Ulcycles tires ani tubes, also Carriage (Ires
are likely to aJvance In price, so cents a I 'Alii ad
vance already on some tires. NO AUVA.SCX
The )o Inch wheel will not take the place o( the a8
as advertised by some manufacturer In 09. canvass
ol various makers has resultej In an estimate! of
from to 10 per cent ''The Cycle Age" says It Is
a passing faJ, like the 10 Inch front wheel of a few
years ago, and the very low head ol this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reliability which gains and keeps the popular favor,
Dlcycles will be docorated, and appearance In V
studed even by those makers who have held back
from using transfers striping etc., the demand Is
lor decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
BAILEYS HONOLULU CYCLLRV. 13 King
street has good second hand wheels at $15, with new
tires In to $j. NTW Bicycles $)o V model The
Reliable Stormer Wheels '08 model at $40 guaranteed
1 jear, Aland W tires,
Repairs of all kinds.
$1 per month keeps your Dike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
l. .'..HtJlrWiU O.-a-i-'Mi
INSPECTOR GENEGRAL HERE
Major Field, Second Artillery, to Look
Into Military Affairs.
Came on the Newport A Work on the Engineers
Today New Yorkers Tomorrow
Special Matters Later.
ii is pornapB not gouerally
known that thoro arrived in the U.
S. T. S. Newport a full Hedged
Inspeotor General of tho United
States Army, a Major in rank and
nttached to tho Second'Artillory in
the Department of California. Ma
jor Field is tho man and his work
hub just begun as tho BurLirriN
goes to press.
iMnjor I'lold comes to Honolulu
to inspect tho troops stationed
horo as woll tho supplies. He
comes also to look into certain
other matters. To cover tho work
of alojor L lold here, it might bo
said that ho is empowered to in
spect everything in connection
With tho troops hero.
Tho timo of. Mr. Field's dopar
turo.forSanFroncisco.with his ro-
port on military affairs horo, has
not beon sot yot but, it is nrottv
certain that ho will not ho ablo to
got away until tho 29th met.
Iho work Major iiold is oncao-
cd in this nftornoon is tho inspec
tion of tho engineers. This begins
at 3 p. m. and will tako about all
At 3 pm. tomorrow. Major
Fiold will inspnet tho companies
of tho New York Regiment in
camp horo. After that, ho will
look into tho Buppuos and will fin
ish up his work with mquirios in
to certain other matters with which
ho has baon on trusted.
John A. Hassingor, chief clork
of tho Interior Department, dooms
it oxpediont in the absence of
Ministor King to defend that de
partment against editorial attack
in ono oi mo papers witu regard
to tho electric light plant. He
says that if tho newspaper in
question had gono after tho facts
aud figures it N could havo got
For salarios and payrolls the
Honolulu olectrio light station got
$12,000 last biennial period, and
for tho current period (G00 waf
added making S12.G00, or all
that Mr. llowoll, superintendent
of publio works, and Mr. Gassidy,
inspector of tbo olectrio plant,
had asked for.
Thore wob an appropriation of
$13,000 for maintenance, repairs
and matorial last period, which
had been increasod to $12,000, at
the instance of Minister King
himself, for tbo current period.
This was $2000 raoro than the
officials asked, but tho Ministor
thought it woll not to scrimp the
Altogether $11,757 was spent for
material during last biennial pe
riod. This included 3000 pounds
of wire. In tho lattor part of tho
period invoices of globes, commut
ators, etc., amounted to $1300.
Thore was no immediate neod of
tho material, but Mr. Howell
thought it advisable to stock up as
far as that poriod's ,appropriatiou
Mr. Hassingor strongly resents
tho imputation of neglect of tho
olectrio workB attempted to bo
fastened upon tho Ministor. Ilo
says tho Suparintondeut of Public
Works has chargo of tho olectrio
servico, Mr. liuck liko his predo
cessor Mr. Cassidy being merely
tho inspector. Tho Department had
furnished all tho money and ma
torial required, yot tho plant was
allowed to run from bad to worso
until aftor tho rocont fatal acci
dent. m am
Another soldior died at the
military hospital yesterday Al
bert Glasby, Co. H, 1st N. Y ,
aged 21. Typhoid fover was the
cause. Tho funeral took plocK
fnm St. Androw's oathodral In
Nuuiiuu cemetoiy pt 10 o'ohvk
NICir xOIIKKUS IN IIII.O.
They Are Drllulitoil and llllo Iiilfl
Make Tlivm Wttlcomr.
Reports from Hilo indicate that
tho two companies of tho New
York regimont aro having a glo
rious timo on tho big island. The
Saturday after thoir arrival a big
lunchoon was served at which
speeches weio made and Mxjor
Srtgue expressed tho Now Yorkers
opinion of Honolulu. It is not a
glowing tributo to the cordiality
Tho doparturo from camp was
scheduled for 0:30 a. in. Mouday,
but tho atmosphere was moist so
tbat it wns threo hours Inter before
a start was made. At Ilnckfold'd
warehouso thoy took to cover aud
remained until about eleven
o'clock whou tho command was
snent at Peter Leo's, tho second nt
Higgin'a and Peek's, au the third
at tho residence of tho lata Judge
Hitchcock at Wniliilii. This was
changed later so that the second
nighty was spent at Wniliilii. On
reaching the Volcana tho men
pitched their tents in tho grovo in
roar of tho honso, aud in light
marching order viewed tho sur
On tho return of tho men to
Hilo it is probablo thoy will givo
an entertainment as thoio is an
abundance of local talont among
Just at about noon tntlnvnlinnvv
dray drawn by a Bingle horse,
created great oxcitement in the vi
ainitv of thn nrmr n filed Tim Imrtin
started to run away ou Bethel
street ana ended up out ou (jueon
stroot. its course was as follows:
Ran drav into tho iron tmut nut.
sido F. A. Schatfer fc Co's. store
aud demolished it; broko tho hyd
rant at tho corner aud sent the
Wator all over thiHtrop! Inrnml
down Kaahuraauu-Htrcot and graz-.&'V 5Um
ed Bishop's hank; ran over the
r ,1 1 .. ww
corner or ino siuuwaiK at Tueo. tl.
Dlvios&Co's.and tornltd Ihodrnr
ovor; rightod tho drav again by
runninc into AHhii & RnbiiiNon'n
lumber yard; ran out Queen street
and was captured by a mouuted
Home Maul Notes.
Tho proj'ect of tho Wailuku
Railroad and Stoamship Company
of putting on a line of tine steam
ers to ply betwoon tho islands,
has not been abandonod yot but is
simply resting in abeyance uutil
matters on Spreakeltvillo planta
tion aro all settled up.
Sprockolsvillo plantation is gra-,
dually acquiring more ground., ''
Tho uplands aro now boiug takou
in. All this is being do no with a
view to turning out a -10,000 ton
When You Ar Tried.
Without extra exertion, dull and
listless, your blood is failing to
Bupply to yonr muscles and other
organs tho vitalizing nd stroueth
giving properties "they require.
Hood's Sursaparilla cures that
tirod fooling by ouriuhing nnd
purifying the blood. It will give
you energy and vigor. -
Hood's Pills an easy lo tako,
easy to operate. Cure indigestion,
My Honolulu lMlo is a compa
nion piece to My Honolulu Lady.
It is by tho samo autlnr aud tor
sain by tho Rergntrom Music Co.
Step in aud try it ou ono of the
Highest Honors World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
K Pure Orap. Cfcain of Tartar Pander.
40 YEAPS "" STANDARD
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