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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher ?
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
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Yol. VIII. No. 15:44
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Free Tiip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
The school children who nrn get-
f ting votes (or their favorite teach-
era should take note of the op-
portunlty ottered them to secure
4 one of the valuable prizes ottered
4 to the person who shall set ure tho $
most subscribers to tho Uullctln
by July 31. A good chunco for
some bright young ooy or girl to
4 send their favorite on a vacation
trip to ban Francls:o mil at the
samo tlmo get a brau-J new J0
Following Is tho standing of tho
Teachers' Contest up to Saturday,
May 5. Tho names corresponding to
tho numbers may be obtained at the
Bulletin office. These numbers apply
to tho samo names throughout tho con
test: i. , Royal chcol 96
3. , at. Pet.-rs 54
21. , HUliacnoi) 28
i-ortst. .Mgnt :cnooi..2
Kalulanl School Ti
-, lolanl School 21
-, Kjakopua School 6
, lolanl School 12
, K luiuweu school 5
, Kelorm ch ! 3
, 1 U11I benool 5
lu. . lolinl :chiol 7
21. , Uiii'i o
, S'.Pcteri 2
, Koyjiocnuoi 1
. at. An ri"w's Priory
. Hleh Schnil I
20. , Walmea, Kaud 1
14. , Lanaina scnooi 1
15. . 1
Tho teacher who shall havo secured
tho most votes nt tho end of tho con
test will bo given a free trip to San
Francisco and return.
Passago has been secured on one of
tho fine now boats of thr Toyo Klser
Kalsha lino which are said by all whfc
havo traveled in them to be the best
and most comfortable boats on thv.
run between hero and San Francisco.
Tho America Maru will be tho steamer
on the trip up, leaving here July 17.
Either tho America Maru on August 3
or tho Hongkong Maru on August 23
may be selected on tho return trip ac
cording to tne length of stay it is de
sired to mako at tho Coast.
A vote wll appear in each Issue
of tho paper on the upper
right hand corner of the first page. In
addition to this, votes will bo given
with all NEW subscriptions to the
paper. It should bo understood in this
connection that a new subscription
does not consist in transferring the pa
per to somo other name In tho same
house tor In stopping tho paper and re
subscribing. Votes will be given to all
now subscribers as follows, the coupon
being attached to tho receipt for tho
1 MONTH : 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
6 MONTHS 350 "
1YEAB 750 "
Teachers on tho other Islands shout
not lose sight of the fact that this con
test Is open to all teachers of tho Ha
waiian Islands and that they have as
good a chanco as any ono of securing
Makcc Island Concert.-
Tho band will play tho following se
lections at a concert on Makee lslan'1
Sunday afternoon, beginning at 3
Introduction "Prince Arthur" ...
Overture "Poet and Peasant" (by
Finale "Tannhauser" Wagner
- Grand Selection "II Trovatore" . .
Ilemlnlsccnccs of Balfo Godfroy
ballad "Tho Light of tho World"
Fantasia "Invitation" Weber
Overture "La Damo Blanche" ..
"The Star Spangled Bunnor."
At the Orphcum.
Houses havo been consistently larger
the whole of this week at tho Orphoum,
while tonight will undoubtedly bo a
crowded house. Tho revival of Uncle
Tom has proven extremely popular and
an oxcollent performance Is being pre
sented. Baby Ituth shows to great ad
vantage In Eva and Hogan mukej a
magnificent Topsy. Miss Hlnggold be
ing confined to her bed tho last few
days her rolo of Topsy has been essay
ed, and most successfully too by Miss
Siren Navarro. An claborato program
Is In preparation for Monday and will
bo followed by "A country uoon.
Off to Pcnrl Harbor.
Oscar White in the Gladys and H. M.
- Dow In tho Abble M. will lcavo for
Pearl Harbor this afternoon to remain
over night Tho Pokll and several
other yachts will take a spin in tho
Peari Harbor direction tomorrow.
W. H, MARSHALL REMANDED
A unanimous opinion of the Supreme
Court remands William II. Marshall
to tho custody of the Marshal. His
surety on ball while out on appeal from
sentenco of the District Court had sur
rendered him, and then he was brought
beforo tho Court on a writ of habeas
corpus. Tho sole ground on which his
discharge was asked Is tlut tho law
under which ho was sentenced to six
months' Imprisonment Is unconstitu
tional becauso It divides the offense of
making and publishing a libel Into two
degrees without distinguishing between
them except by tho amount o! tho pen
alty and leaves It to tho court or Jury
authorized to decide on the facts to
determine the degree. It 1? held that
mo law Is not unconstitutional. Do
Bolt for petitioner; D010 for respon
Somo thirty members of tho Re
search Club met at the residence of J.
U. Athcrton last evening to attend to
business matters. Several amendments
wero made to the by-laws. It was de
cided that hereafter meetings should
be held at tho residences of various
members Instead of at ono place, as
heretofore. Initiation fees wero abol
ished and an annual fee of $1 will here
after bo collected from each member.
It was also ueclded that tho next year's
meetings should consist of addresses
and debates by members and that tho
President of tho Club should appoint a
member to presldo nt each meeting.
Mr. Ed. Towse presided nt the meet
ing as temporary president and Dan II.
Case ns temporary secretary. Tho
election of permanent officers resulted
as follows: J. T. Crawley, president;
Edcnr Wood, vice president: E. M.
Boyd, secretary and treasurer. Tho
above officers, with two members to bo
appointed by tho president, will con
stltute tho Board of Directors. A spe
cial meeting to be known as "ladles'
night" will be held at Charles Ather
ton's next month.
Garbage Crematory Contract.
Cotton Bros. & Co. havo been award
ed the contract for erecting the garbage
crematory, tho prlco being S19.595. It
Is to havo a capacity of 100 tons of
garbage each 24 hours. Tho site Is
wncro tho former Kerosene warcnouao
wa3 burned down, on the souih corner
of South 'street and Kawalhao lane.
An engagement Is made by tho contrac
tors to completo the crematory in 120
days from date. The next shortest
tlmo offered was four ana a halt
months by a I ew York Arm, which
from the date of their receiving notice
would mean flvo or six months. Cotton
Bros. & Co. came here to fulfil con
tracts for wharves and buildings for
the United States Army and Navy, and
they had the contract from tho local
Government for tho quarantine wharf
and warehouse. They have established
a fine repute) Ion hero for expedition
and thoroughness In carrying out what
toy undertake. Scvoral American
patents will be Included In the Incin
erating plant of tho crematory.
Another Judicial Decision.
Another decision was rendered by
tlio Supremo Court yesterday. It was
In Mary w .Foster ana otners, snaro-
holdcrs of the billot Kalhana, against
Kaneoho Rnnca Co. Tho defendant
Ins Its appeal, establishing the prln
clnlo that all tho menuers of a part
nershlp should bo parties to a suit
brought relatlvo to partnership affairs.
Plaintiffs formed a minority of the hul
named, and a bill In equity to annul
a lease, mado In the hul'a name, of
5.000 acres of land for 25 years, to tho
Kaneoho Ranch Co. Tho caso Is re
manded to the Circuit Court, with leave
to plantiffs to amend their bill. At
torney E. P. Dole, sitting as a subbtl
tuto Justice, wrote tho opinion of tho
Rough Wcniher in Channel.
Tho steamers from Kauai all report
very rough weather in tho channel.
A 1 .J ii.i i viiimn ,,3ii'J and Mooro mini wun .uu. ot.
Tho James 1 Makcc , that ; lof "h Johnson WQn te hMch Wck (hdght ,
tho usual time yesterday afternoon, did
not cet In until after 11 a. m. today and
the Kcauhou, about which somo fears
wero felt, did not nrrlvo until early this
Harbor Filling Again.
Counting the America Maru, Iroquois
and Horda, there aro 52 foreign vessels
In port and many moro aro expected In
tho near future. Flvo sailing vessels
amo In yesterday nnd three today. AH
thcso aro full of freight.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. F.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Rooms ii-u, yi Floor 9 A, M. 4 P. M
Hour I t:ie : P.
PRELIMINARIES OF PARTY
Republics Committee Issues Call to
Long Discussion on Rules for the Primaries -
Muter Finally rMtrrid to Committee -
Hettlog Ntxt Tuesday.
Tho temporary organization commit
tee of tho Republican party held Its
first meeting In tho Chamber of Com
merce rooms last evening. There were
twenty-two of tho membership of
Tho meeting was a protracted ono
characterized by lengthy postmortems
over tho mass meeting of Wednesday
evening. Cecil Brown was elected
chairman, Clarence Crabbe secretary,
and K. R. Q. Wallace treasurer.
The discussion opened on the ad
visability of pledging voters nt the
primaries. George R. Carter spoke at
gicat length for tho people with "ten
der consciences" who wero not ready to
bind themselves to vote for the nomi
nees of tho Party and would buck or
bolt whenever they saw fit. Mr.
Humphreys and Mr. Robertson main
tained that the voters at tho primaries
should pledge themselves to vote the
Republican ticket and that they should
be allowed to sign the roll at any time
beforo they cast their ballot. Mr. White
opposed tho proposition to pledge tho
voters. His opposition was based on
tho broad principle that no pledge
should bo made in ..ie primaries. Flu
ally tho whole question was tabled.
During this discussion It was brought
out as the sense of tho meeting that
tho commlttco was limited In Its ac
tion to tho wording of tho resolution
passed at tho Wednesday mass meet
ing. Discussion then turned upon the cor
respondence with tho other Islands. T.
McCants Stewart had n call and cir
cular letter all prepared, and at tho
call of tho meeting produced a lengthy
document and proceeded to greater
lungiii In making explanations of why
ho bad It and how ho had framed the
original resolution. It was found that
Mr. Stewart had based his nurabeV of
delegates to the district convention on
tho number of voters registered at the
last general election and not upon the
number of votes cast as required by
his original resolution. As It turns out
the Islnnd of Oahu will elect fourteen
delegates to tho district convention
who will elect thlrty-slx delegates to
tho territorial convention.
The circular letter and call was
finally adopted with tho proviso that
a committee of thrco revise the inaccu
racies of tho flgurcB. The cnalr appoint
ed Robertson, Gear and .-.cwart this
By inis time tho committee had tired
of tho talking match and a motion to
rctcr the question of primaries
to a committee was promptly
carried. This commlttco Is to report at
a general committee meeting to bo held
next I'licsday ovcnlng. Tho chair ap
pointed Robertson, Carter, White,
Smith and Stewnrt.
Played Police Officer.
In uo Pollco Court this forenoon
Knkae, a young Hawaiian, was fined
$25 nnd costs on tho chargo of imper
sonating a pollco officer. Deputy Mar
shal Chlillngworth stated that Kakao
had mado himself n nulsauco to the
residents of n certain portion of Punch
bowl slopes by carrying a revolver and
comporting himself In n high-handed
manner. Defendant had ueen warned
two or thrco times hut did not choose
to tako tho hint. Ho was up to his
old tricks again last night.
V. M. C. A. Athletic Events.
Tho second of tho serlc3 of athletic
contests of tho Y. M. C. A. took placo
In tho gymnnslum last evening. Dan
Fnlvcy took first, making n record of
433 points Shunk came second witn
3C9 and Mooro third with 330. M.
feet 10 Inches,) and tho spring board
Jump G feet 10 Inches.) Shunk won tho
potnto race In 1 minute, 45 seconds.
Folvey climbed tho rope In 7 seconds
aim won tho tope skip In i5 4-5 s:conds.
filx Japnnese Arrested.
Deputy Marshal Chlillngworth and
others wero out tho greater part of tho
night nftcr a certain class of Japanesn
who live In tho houses or prostitutes in
and about Palama. Tho officers suc
ceeded In rounding up seven of theso
men and they nro now being held nt
tho pollco station. 1 heir cases will
probably como up Monday.
BBRQSTROM MUSIO CO.
OPENING BURNED DISTRICT
Dr. Wood Stiles Facts Necessaiy
to Consider Well.
Difficulty tf Determining the Dingers -Nit Sate
to Turn EmtblDg Writ OptD - Possibilities
for Bacilli la lb Sail.
After reading tho decidedly negative
results which naturally followed the
bacteriological examination or the solU
of the burned district, Dr. Wood said,
In part, at tho last regular meeting of
the Board of Health:
"Becauso no plague germs havo thus
far been found by the bacteriological
analysis docs not provo there are not
millions of bacilli swarming In the soil.
A person might walk through the dis
trict In absoluto safety; tho chances
of finding bacilli on tho surface Is nil.
Tho danger comes In excavations for
buildings nnd cesspools.
"The theory of the rccurrcnco of
plnguo Is that tho rats .nfected by
plaguo die in their holes nnd other rats
passing over tho ground become In
fected nnd die. It Is here tho danger
comes In. So long ns tho ground Is
barren, no ono lives there and no food
stuffs are brought Into tho district the
rats are not going to como back there.
There is nothing for them to live on
nnd tho bacilli which still exist In
the soil will havo oportunlty to become
extinct or at least not ns ngrcsslvo and
vicious and virulent as tney appear In
their worst form.
"Tho history of tho recurrence of
plague Is not so often that It Is rein
troduced from another country as that
It recurs In tho samo locality In which
It was supposed to have been stamped
out. I bring this matter up because I
think there aro some In tho community
on tho outsldo who resent tho restric
tions which the Board of Health has
placed upon building In Chinatown and
In fencing It In. But I bcllevo that i
gentleman who will glvo a little con
sideration to tho matter will doubt tho
wisdom of tho action of tho Board of
Health In declining to open up this dis
trict until the matter can be determin
ed upon In a thorough manner. It
would bo nn awful thing to havo tho
plague again visit our shores and thn
danger lies in rclnhablttng tho Infected
district more than In Introduction from
"Again It may be that bacilli are
found which aro evidently tho plague
bacilli but which seem to have lost
their virulence or vlclousness and are
apparently harmless. Our soil Is new
to tho plaguo germ nnd consequently
we hav cnot the facilities for Investiga
tion which they have, for Instance In
India, whero tho soli may bo said to
havo become supersaturated with the
plague bacilli In all stages of vlclous
ness. There plnguo bacilli, or wnai
resembled them, were found but they
had so far lost their vlrulenco that
rats Inoculated with them wero scarce
ly sick or only a little sick, and tho rnt,
as you know, Is the animal most bus
ccptlblo to tho plague. But by Inocu
lating other rats with the uacllll found
In tho body of tho first rat and continu
ing tho process long enough, In tho
courso of time bacilli wero developed
from this original spcclmcu which
wero tho most virulent and agresslvo
type of the bacilli known to the bac
"Perhaps some of tho rats Inoculated
with this culture In Its earlier stages
would apparently bo perfectly well but
perliars one moro susccptlblo than tho
rest would bo slightly sick. A rnt Is
supposed to dlo lth 58 hours, but per-
haps scmo of these rats would live , ns
long iib twclvo days nnd then die. Tho
post mortem In such ,1 case .would show
from this rnt would perhaps dlo In
eight ''y8 instead of 58 hours and thus
by continuing tho culture- nnd inocu-
latlon in tho courso ".J"0 "r
months plaguo bacilli of the most mall-
clous form wero developed. I think tho
Bonrd of Health Ib doing right In going
slow In view of these facts.
"Tho soil commltee Is not yet ready
to report. The commlttco realizes Its
responsibility nnd wants to mako sure
beforo making n report. Tho plaguo
la Imelf In Osaka after a nerlod of
ninety days. I nm Btatlng theso things
for the benefit of tho public nnd I hopo
they will reach tho public nnd especial
ly those Interested In tho opening up of
the burned district."
Gent's Hermsdorf dyo black sox bu
perlor quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'a, Queen street for
ono weci; only; don't fall to sco them.
WAR AGAINST PROCURERS
Warrants Signed by Justice Freer
(or Their Arrest.
SmralChirgfs cf Yigiaucy Lodged Men Hay
Be Dtp.rttd la N it Sieamtr for Jipin
Wurk of tourneys.
The movement Instituted against tho
Japanese procurcts by certain gentle
men of the city several months ago and
which, during the existence of the
plague, could not be brought to a fo
cus, has now blossomed out In nil Its
strength and It Is quite likely that
there will bo nn exodus by force, of
these characters by the next steamer
Tho government, having becomo In
terested In the matter, retained Messrs.
Kinney, Ballon & McClannhan to push
the matter toward tho deportation of
Ycstcrdny afternoon Justlco Frear
signed 33 warrants for tho arrest of
as many Japanese. Thcso were taken
to the pollco station for service anJ.
nt the proper time last night, Deputy
Marshal Chlillngworth nnd others
started out on a raid of tho Japanese
houses set In dark corners.
Six men were found and these, to
gether with tho women found In their
company, were taken to the pollco sta
tion, whero Attorneys MrClannhar.
and Ballou conducted an examination
with Chester Doyle as Interpreter.
The drift of this examination was to
ascertain directly from tho women con
cerned Just which men wero In the
habit of sleeping In their rooms. This
done, tho women wero set frco nnd tho
men sent below to separate cells.
The work Is being continued today
und will be pressed until all of the
thlrty-thrco Japanese In question uro
In the tolls. There Is no doubt what
ever that the Japanese have learned of
io Intention of tho government and
aro hiding themselves for tho police
officers have succeeded In arresting
only bIx men today. This makes
twclvo men slnco Inst night.
Tho thirty-three warrants signed by
Justice Frear are tho first of the Su
preme Court warrants under the act
for carrying out tho Treaty, to expel
intorncys McClnnahnn and BaVou
remained nt the pollco station until 5
o'clock this morning when they wont
home to get a little rest before renew
ing tne work today.
The form of tho complaint under
which the warrants were Issued, Is as
Edmund P. Dole, lawfully appoint
ed deputy of Henry E. Cooper, Attor
ney General of the Republic of Hawaii,
on behalf of the Republic of Hawaii,
complnlns tunt one , a Jnpancso
nnd foreigner by birth, of Honolulu,
In the Island of Onhu, nt Honolulu
nforcsa.d, Is, and during tho six month.
now last past hns been, nn Idle person,
a disorderly person, nnd a vagrant
creating dlsturbnnco of tho peace, In
citing others to create disturbance of
tho pence, nnd Instigating othois to
gambling nnd drunkenness.
Whereof tho Deputy Attorney Gen
eral utorcsald, prays, that tho said
may bo nrrcstcd and brought beforo
ono of tho Justices of tno Supreme
Court nnd may there bo summarily
examined by such Justice, and that tho
J , bo ' ,;, om hn J(,nn"bl,.'
I.! t ni.iiil milltit na AHnl'f'nrl
It Is tho opinion of those most In'or
estcd In tho case that tho greater part
3 I lm nintnn iinmril 111 Mm ll'ft tt"fl 11 ( U
"' " u ""' "' '" t' ," "j,, 1" p,
' ' ntlvcfVs olfS
A g VXn "mado to ball out
, .,',' rjrnoks Is tho only lawyer
f . ,nnallcs ,,0 ,ms declared
himself for ono Adnchl. a clerk In his
nrrr8tc1 on ollo 0f tho wnrrnntH
oftlce. arrested on ono
Wha Is sunn seJ to hate been the brlc
V. G. Iru'ln a.nvareJ off ro t to the w est
ward at about 5:30 this morning. Later
on ihe disappeared and Ins not be'n seen
'since. It Is thought tint the Irwin Is
bound for Gmm She has passed out of
the control of th; SpreckrU Line.
Sugar on Kauai.
Kau.il steamers report sugar on the Gar
den Isle as follow-: K. S. M., 14,000; V.
K., 600; Diamond" W., 1,000; MjI..25.
280; G & R 2,000; Veil., 1,500; Kuoa,
1,731; K I'm is.oooi H. ., 7,000; G. F.,
22.0 0: M. ". Co., 2J.0 0; K. S. Co., SO,'
000. Total, 131, lGbacs
Sugar on Hawaii.
The lwal -nl brlrg the follow lug report
of sugar left at certain phntatli ns on Ha-
all: Puniluu, 185,000; Hnni ano. 12,000;
Houobaa, 18,000, and Kukluli ele 2,eoo.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
We will hold a reduction sale In
every line, commencing from May 6th
1900. Call In nnd Judgo for yourself:
Iwakaml, Hotel street.
.j. .j. .;
; Bulletin newsboys, second team
defeated the Star boys again this
v morning by a score 01 -j to 11. 4
1 bis Is the third successive vie-;
tory and gives tho youngsters the'
gsicrB U1U T
11 g Is the ,
1 0 j-aW
score by Innings:
Bulletin 5 0 4 3 7
Ktnr n s n n r. n rt n iili'
The Bulletin team wit hthornum-
her of runs mado by cachMsras
fr Afong, 2; Stone, 3: Albert, 2;
En Chce, 4: John Shaw, C; C.
Louis. 2; Kill cSong, 3; Wlltnm,
2; Klmo, 2.
The first game of a scries of thrco
for tho cnamplonshlp between the
fit st teams of tho Star and the
Bulletin newsboys nnd carriers
fr was won by the Bulletin boys to-
day by a score of 18 to 10. Hero
aro tho players and the score by
Star 01230100 310
Uullctln COO0G-. 12 x 18
Bulletin: Bruus, c; 11. Williams,
p; Hoopll, lb; En Sue, 2b; Holt,
A. Williams, ss; Chilton, cf;
Whitmarsh (Jobo) rf; Clarke. If.
r Star: McCorrlston, c; Ah You, p;
4 W. Love, lb; Simpson, 2b;
KroitBc, 3b; Horton, ss; Carey,
cf; White, rf; Wond, If.
Circuit Court Term.
The formidable calendnr for tho May
term of tho Circuit Court of the First
Circuit was Issued today. Its cuntcnts
were previously noted by tho Bulletin
while it was in course of preparation.
As completed tho calendar conta'ns 10
criminal cases for tho Hawaiian Jiry,
25 crlmlnnl cases for tho foreign ji.y.
Including two of murder and ono of
polygamy; 15 civil cases for tho Ha
waiian Jury, 51 for the mixed Jury, 90
for the foreign Jury and 34 Jury wnlv
cd; together with 15 alvorco and rcp
nratlon cases, making a grand total of
240 cases. This surpasses all previous
records. It Is Judge Pery's turn to v re
side, but ho being 111 Judgo Stanley will
likely open tho term.
Today's Baseball Game.
Following Is tho make-up of the
Pacific Hardware Co. and St. Louis Col
lege teams to play on the Maklkl par-
ado grounds at 3:30 o'clock this after
Pacific Hardware Aklna, catcher;
W. Bush, pitcher; KalanI, first base;
S. Kokl, second; C. Kokl, third; Manu,
shortstop; Myhrc, right flelu; F. Ka
li ae, left, and C. Ka:nol, center.
St. Louis B. Joy, catcher; II.
Knal, pitcher; P. Glcason, first base;
A. Louis, second; Williams, third; Bol
ster, shortstop; Aylett .right add; Kl
wa, center, and J. Hansman, left.
Dctognl ...nrccllo, the Italian who es
caped from tho prison gang at Kallhl
the other day, has emerged from his
dark cell nnd Is now wearing tho ball
nnd clinln. Jailor Hemy says that
Mnrccirp Is behaving well. "Tho trou
b.o with Mnrccllo," said Mr. Henry to
day, "was that ho could not stand kind
treatment. Now that ho is treated dif
ferently ho behaves perfectly. By his
escapade of tho other day ho has lost
nil tlie good time mnde by him slnco he
wns put In Jail."
For fluo full dress shirts nt $1.00 each
L. B. Kojr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts arc strictly high grade as to fit
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the..
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with good fits,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with your
children, fend them In anJ they will re
elve just the same care and attention
ind their feet will be just as carefull)
fitted, as If you were with them. .
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot the
bill, and promise you that both will be
i . :.l . -'.