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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
H. T., TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1901.
PiblUhed Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Ptrect, Honolulu,
T. of 11., by the
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WALLACE 11. FAnniNOTON ..Editor
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ROCK GRINDING REDUCED
TO AN EXACT SCIENCE
Plants Recently Erected Here Are the
Best That Experience "and In
vention Has Produced
From an outside lew point the,
changing phases of the Senatorial bat
tle favor the conclusion that the Fie
mibllcans have gained control.
The announcement th.it the Southern
1'aclflc Is raising Us rales on Hawaii's
through freight ought to ghc a new
Impetus to that Seattle sugar refinery
Hawaii's cordial Aloha follows tlio
departing Shrlner guests They have
given Hawaii a round of pleasure that
'Kill Jong be remembered In social cir
cles, rhcy arc good fellows and gen
tlemen every one.
Should the Hawaiian cable be secur
ed during McKinley's administration It
v, 111 be quite remarkable If the Presi
dent does not take n few das off to
visit this Island Territory. As the first
of the Island possessions coming under
American control during his adminis
trator! McKlnley has a sentimental In
terest In Hawaii that will bring him
out here to view his work at the earli
est day possible. The Emmcluth reso
lution will constltuto a contluous re
minder that our latch string Is alwavs
out for McKlnley whether he comes as
President or ex-Prcsldcnt.
A. L Young, civil engineer and
salesman of machinery for Henshaw,
Uulklcy & Co, of San Francisco, has
finished two Important Jobs In Hono
lulu during the past few months. These
were the construction of the rock
crushers for the road department on
the Asylum road anl at the Ma-
I Tlio crusher at Maklkl quarry Is run
l nlng full blast without hitch or break
' elncp steam -was turnd on and today
'the first load of rock went down on
Wilder avenue. Mr. Young came and
looked over the ground, designed the
plans of construction of the entire
plant with reference to economy and
speed of operation. He chose a site
near an Inexhaustible quarr) and has
erected n plant capable of turning out
150 to 200 vards of rock dally, with the
labor of but five men.
The plant Itself Is (situated 250 feet
from the quarry. A track, on which are
run two cars, operated by friction hoist,
carries the quarried stone to the sec
ond story of the rock mill, where It Is Bteamcrs, sailing vessels
dumped Into tho hopper. clipper line.
By gravity, the stone la carried Into. The bulk of Hawaii's slilpmcnU to
the Jaws ofa powerful gratory crush- this country consists of sugar. Most of
cr, which smashes It Into small bits It has always come to this port and for
of different sizes Elevators then take various reasons will continue to com
up the stone and carry It aloft to a here. This fact, merchants say, will
" tnvnn Dfirnnn ti ttlnh Inria It ltltr fnilf
San Francisco, March 22. Eastern
competition In the trade to Hawaii
through San Francisco i to bo shut
off, temporarily at least. For years the
Southern Pacific has made a low
through rail and water rate from Chi
cago and other Eastern cities to Hono
lulu, the rail end of the through rata
being much lower than that charged
merchants of this city, say, from Chi
cago to San Francisco on the same
class of business, and the water end of
the rate much lower than the regular
water rate charged local merchants to
The Southern Pacific has decided to
abolish this low through rate. Hereaf
ter the Chicago or St. Louts merchant
shipping goods to Hawaii will b
charged the regular rail rato to this
clt), plus the usual water rate to the
Islands. The company Issued a notice
to this effect yesterday. The proposi
tion Is an experiment and Is being
tried at the request of local merchants.
Under this new arrangement the mer
chants believe they can command the
bulk of the trade of Hawaii In spite of
the competition of Paget sound and
From New York the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company has a steamer
line to Honolulu and from Pugct sound
the Great Northern Railway has a ser
vice to the Islands.
The transportation lines from this
city arc the Pacific Mall and Oceanic
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
n , LIMITBD.
-f jlr :
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Having closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now offering the latest
' Improved Patterns. Call and ex
amine them. i
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household and Kitchen Utensils
Ihese ore NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NhW INVOlChS TO HAND.
A large stock will arrive on the "W. G.
IRWIN" now due.
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UTbNSILS now being opened up.
W Retfiel Street Household nenarrmefir.
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Territorial Delegate Mark Smith of
Arizona w ho Is classed ns the ablest del
egate in Washington, speaking of Sec
rctary Cooper's "affair" In the House,
asserts that the Secrctar) had no right
In the Houso of Representatives. The
record of proceedings to be transmitted
to Washington Is the record the House
makes and none other. Should this
record be made by any olllclals other
than those of the Lcglslatuie. that body
might be made the victim of false re
ports. The executive officials are free
to make all tho capital the can create
for their foolish attitude. They will do
veil to make hay while the sun shines
since they will get no support from any
American legislative body .
large screen, which sorts It Into four
grades. The grades run from mere dust
to rock that passes a three Inch ring.
These various grades are then enrrled
through chutes to bins, from which the
material Is taken by the cartmen to the
The machinery Is dilven by a 53
horse power engine and n holler of the
.same capacity made bv the Atlas En
gine Works of Indianapolis The con
ntctlon of the engine with the machln
crj Is direct
The chance of nn accident to the ma-
I chlncry Is reduced to a minimum by a
break pin Inthe gearing of the crusVr.
I Should a sledge hammor fnll Into the
hopper, this pin would snap, without
Doth of these plants are the best that
have been erected anywhere bj this
aid them In handling most of tho trade
from this country to the Islands,
Local merchants ar not apprehen
sive that the Eastern people will get
better transportation terms by way of
San Diego, Portland, Tacoma or Spit
tle and thus hold their own as against
this city. The railroad people arc not
so confident, and that Is why they look
upon the new arrangement as experi
mental. There Is certain to bo n strain of In
dignant protest from tho East when
news of this plan reaches there.
Submitted to Court
Stipulation to submit additional facts
foi consideration by the Supreme Court
w as filed today In the case of the Ho
nolulu Rapid Transit . Land Co, vs.
Hawaiian Tramways Company, Ltd.
The additional facts are, that no act,
which could bo construed ns an act of
acceptance of the Act of 1890, was done
by the Hawaiian Trumways Company.
Ltd , until after the expiration of tho
time limit set out In the Act of 180".
Also that In the month of June, 1899,
the Hawaiian Trunin a) s Co., Ltd., no
tified the Minister of the Interior of Its
Intention to lay a double track on all
the roads covered by Its franchise, and
Inclosed In the notification to the Min
ister of tho Interior, a statement of tho
proposed alignment of tho double track
on the streets and requested tho Minis
ter of the Interior to notify the com
pany If he had any suggestions to make
ns to tho grade or alignment. About
July 25, 1899, the Minister of the In
terior replied to the Hawaiian Tram
wavs Company, Ltd, Btatlng that ht
had no objection to the laying of tho
pioposed tracks and no suggestions to
offer as to the grade or alignment. The
Hawaiian Tramways Company there
upon proceeded with the work, prepara
tory to laying the double track.
Kinney, Dallou & McClanahan for
plaintiffs and Holmes & Stanley for defendants
Dp. Steubcl to Anlnt.
Herlln. March 2G Dr. Steubcl, Di
rector of the Colonial Department has
started for Ixindon to assist in expedit
ing the conclusion of tho negotiations
T , L . """""""' """ I regarding the Indemnity to bo demand-
firm and they have practically furnish- . . .. nr . . . wno ,.,,
ed all the cities of the Pacific coast , .... , , ,. ., . rl..l
. , , for this task bv the Ciancellor, Count
with machinery. The eipcrlenc of a, , , . , , .,
. ' , ., . I von Duclow, because ho was formerly
Murrlujje Aboard Peking,
Miss Mallnda Mays, aged 48, and
Henderson Taylor, aged 41, have tho
honor of furnishing material for the
erj first marriage that has ever taken
place aboard the Clt of Peking. The
event took place at 0 o'clock on the
evening of March 31st, In latitude. 2
degiccs 20 minutes W and longitude
152 degrees 30 minutes W Elder L Ml
Klnnlo performing the ceremony. Ruth
brldo and groom are from the South
nud belong to a party of colored labor
ers bound for Spreckelsv Hie.
More than 200 peoplo witnessed the
ceremony which, li the way, was n
complete surprise After tho ceremony
had been completed, tho captain and
first officer took pictures of the party.
A Mr.' Armstrong collected $8 03
which was presented to tho couple.
Then came lco cream and fruits from
the captain 'I lie gleo club gavo seveial
selections The flowers for the occa
sion were presented by the chief Htcw
Mulc FtiHt Trips.
Plvo of the sugar fleet from Hawaii
sailed Into San 1'rauilsco bay on the,
22d Inst They weie tho schooner
Stanley, 19 days from liana, schooner
O. M. Kellogg, 18 diiyR from Mahukona,
nchooner Muriel, 15 days from Hono
lulu; bark It. P. Illthet, 18 dajs fiom
Honolulu, and bark Martha Davis, 2?
days from Hllo.
mako a great many Improvements, nil
of which have been Introduced Into the
two plants here.
The nsylum road plant has been In
operation two months and no defect
has appeared In any part of It that has
cnufied an hour of lost time. The Ma
klkl crusher promises to be equally ns
satlsfactor). The general plan of tho
arrangement of both plants gives credit
to the practical sense of Mr. Young and
the two big crushers promise to mnke
Henshaw, Uulklcy & Co 's machinery
more popular than ever on these Islands.
UNCLE SAM NEUTRAL
New York, March 26. According to a
Washington special to the Tribune, the
United Suites has just declined to enter
a protest against the seizure of Man
churia by Russia, although approached
by other Powers with tnat end In view
and warned by them that the consum
mation of the negotiations today In
St. Petersburg would Insure the dis
memberment of the Chinese Empire
and probably lead to war In the Orient.
The decision of this Government to
abstain from Intervention In accord
ance with Us traditional policy, In com
plications bejond the seas was com
municated very recentlv to Wu Ting
Fang liy Secretary Hay.
Thomas Square Music.
The band will play the following se
lections at a concert In Thomas Square
this evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture French Comedy Bela
Waltz Southern Ureezc Melster
Comet Solo Lizzie Polka .. Hartman
Mi, Charles Kreuter.
Grand Vocal Selection Norma. Uelllnl
(a) Mlklol, (b) Hlkl nn Me A'u.
MIks J. Kelllaa.
(c) Pollpumehane, (d) Malu I ke
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Orand Finale Illgoletto Verdi
Waltz The Sailors Crow e
March Ho Inlkl Beiger
7 be Star Spangled Uanncr.
Consul General for Germany at Shang
hai and Is especially conversant with
Silva & YivaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolani, Kaiu
lani, .Wagoon, Kaimuki, Mc
Cully, Kapahulu, Kapiolani
Park Addition and Puunui
Lands in This City, Suburbs, and
Island, in Maui and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved
INVESTORS AND HOME 8EEK
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying elsewhere.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. H.
SPECIALLY FOR CATTLE.
SILVA & VIVAS,
post omen lane
BIG DliPtfSITIO.N DAY.
A lecess was taken tl is morning In
tho Supremo Court for the purpose of
allowing lawjers to bo picsent at tlio
taking of depositions of several wit
nesses who leave for the Coast bv, to
day's steamers 1 he deposition of Rul
loek was taken In the suit foi damages
brought by the Kimball Steamship Co ,
against the Honolulu Market Com
pany. It. H Fowler and Geo. W Mac
farlane gave their depositions to bo
used In the ault of Geo W. MacfarUne
vs. Robert Catton.
W. N .Armstrong was a passenger In
the Peking. )
(MmVfBiERR weat VJfA'l
1 30 STUDEBAKER DUMP CARTS 30
Extra strong, with 4 inch tire3.
Also a variety of CUT UNDER
"ssBDeIivery and Express Wagons
both light and heavy. It will pay you to inspect these goods
if you intend buying.
f! MERCHANT STRRPT. oct c-vdt Atr. .. .xC
T - .Y-Y mi-,. ivii miLj lrtlCA
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERET AMA AND
EA1MA STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nkkle plated trimmings;
also wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and marble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Bollersand Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
mings, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
' Roofing, Etc.
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber,
The Life of Queen
BDIl 12Q IJY
John Coulter and J. A. Cooper
of London and Canada.
ROOM 11, MAGOON BLD.,
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
DID YOU EVER GET A BETTER
KINO AND BE1I1EL STREETS,
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On and After the 2nd of March
messages In plain language will be accept
ed fot transmission between tle
places mentioned below :
K; Laau, Molokai
Maunalel, Lanai; and
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents per word of 1 5 letters,
minimum charge S2, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able messiges may be handed to the tele
phone tompjny to be forwarded to desti
nations other than those mentioned above.
In other cases special messengers mav
be employe 4.
The cost of special delivery Is not hi
eluded In the charge at 20 cents per worJ.
If the cost Is known It must be paid by
the sender when the message Is handed In,
If unknown, it must be paid by the ad
dressee wlen the messige is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
1200 Lojis 1200
TUESDAY, APRIL 2nd,
unJer the HeemeJpatronjRe
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lite worM rnownJ I tJttrlan Traveller, Raconteur
Writer an J Aitlol, In hu Unlnue anJ hljhly Interest-
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WISH tlESSIU TEASDALH
Honors Trinity CulteR. anJ Rojal Ac.Jemyof
AIJMIbSION OM. DOLLAR,
' doors 01 rs 7 VI IMkOUUCTION 8 I" M
CAkUIAOES lul' U.
The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to the
Beach. A road 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of the property adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Girls'
School; said road will ex
tend to the sea.
Cross-roads will beopened
between blocks. Every lot
will have a frontage on a
road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten
feet high above sea level.
No swamps around the
premises. No freshet will
enter the property.
There is an offer to buy a
part of the property by a
great manufacturing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
Is every reason to believe
that the prices of lots will in
creased a short time. The
owner of the property will
give all chances to purchas
ers to make money on their
The ground is superior to
any tract in the market.
The, premises are situated
within one mile and a half of
The Government water
pipes are laid along the upper
portion of the property.
The prices (are the cheap
est of any tract within two
miles from the center of the
The terms which will be
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by any
real estate dealer or bioker
during the last twenty years
For terms or more particu
lars, apply to
S. M. Kanakanui
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W. C. Achi S Co.
Heal EjuU Dealers ani