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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T MONDAT, JUNH 1. 1901.
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The Pride o? the Home
Vanilla Bean Culture
In Seychelles Islands
Continuing the discussion on tlm
method of raising the vanilla bnn In
the Seychelles Islands, tho artlclo b.
gun In Saturday's Ilultetln takes up
such matters as cropping of vines,
checking of branches, flower fcrtlllzn
tlon and the like.
Preparing Vines for Cropping.
It tho plants hate dono well they
should bo ready for such preparation
In about eighteen months more or less,
according to the season. Formerly In
tills colony they were allowed to grow
until a spell of dry weather set In prior
to the usual blossoming time. Tliu
growing ends were then cut off and all
new shoots removed ns they showed
till flowers began to come or till tho
season for them was past. When iuo
dry spell proved a long one. this seem
ed to nnBwer pretty well; and. Indeed,
under these circumstances flowora
would come In any case, whethor
growth was checked or not. Hut It Is
more usual to stop tho growing ends
some nine or ten monttiB, In tho first
Instance, before flowering time. In tho
majority of cases the terminal bud will
push, and this new shoot BAould also
bo remoed when the or six Inches
the front of the column Just beneath
the organs of fertilization, and being
pushed up It catches under tho flap
which keeps tho pollen from coming
into contact with the stigma. Tho flap
Is raised along with the stick till It
lies Hat against tho upper part of the
column, being held In that position by
tho bit of wood. Tho sfamen, at first
raised along with tho flap, now falls
down ngaln In Its original position,
and the flap being out of the way the
lollen comes lpto contact with tho
ftlgma, nnd a slight pressure of tho
thumb on the stamen lodges the pollen
in the position required, tho hit of
stick being then quickly but gently
with drawn, the operation is complete
Local Quarantine Law
Supported By Court
Washington, June I. Tho United
States Supreme Court today declared
tho right of a state of the Union to pass
laws excluding tho linriv nf n nprsnn
uo rumuveu wnen mo or six incucs , . , 7 - - -
long, not earlier, clso tho next to tho BolnB lnto a ety r comunlty which la
Inst bud Is apt to grow,
Six Weeks to Develop.
After tho second checking most
vinos will shoot far enough 'back to
allow of the shoots being left. These
grow on for tho next year, and tho
stopped brnnches hang uown with
their loner ends a good toot or mora
from the ground, being generally from
four to Fix feet In length, according to
the heights of tho forks through which
tney are hung and the positions of tho
new shoots, though these generally
spring Just before tho last bends of
the checked branches, whlt.1i aro to bo
the cropping parts. Tho new growths
behind theso aro supposed to drain
them oT their sap, and thus conduco to
flowering. However that may be,
theso checked hanging branches havo
certainly more tendency to flower than
oiner pnns or tno vines, nowors tako
some six wcckb to develop from tho
moment they burst through tho bud
to their tlmo of opening, but this po
rlod varies in length with tTio weather,
continuous dryness retarding and mod
crate showers hastening their develop
ment when onco started.
quarantined. The case in which this
decision was given is one which was
brought against the Louisiana Hoard of
Health by tho owners of the Drltannla,
a French steamer which sought to land
Italian Immigrants In Now Orleans In
1898. The city then was Infested with
yellow fever nnd a quarantine was in
force against it. The Hoard of Health
enforced the stato law authorizing ex
clusion from a quarantined municipal
ity, refusing to allow the Immigrants
to land. The owners of the steamer took
tho case to the State courts, where tho
decisions wcro against them. There
was an appeal to the United States Su
premo Court, and it was prosecuted on
tho 'ground that tho law was1 a viola
tion of tho Interstate commerce law
and also In contravention of the treaty
of 1803 with France.
The opinion of tho Supreme Court
was handed down by Justice White,
and sustained the State law on tho
ground that until Congress takes tho
quarantine rower from the Stnto each
State Is entitled to mnko nnd enforco
I Its nun nnnrnntlnn rpirtllntlnnn .Inn.
More Checking Necessary. I tce Harlan and Urown unite In a dls
iiiu biuwiuk uruueuea w vinotf
should now bo checked again for the
following year's crop. Thedo will be
less troublesomo In putting out incon
venient" shoots, as tho plant's sap Is
moro apt to go Into flowering branches,
whero nourishment Is now moro need
ed. Could tho whole work bo perform
ed In a few days, this chango In the
direction of sap flow should be done
preferably ten days or a fortnight bo- New York, June 3. As a result of
fore flowers begin to open. In a large the penalty w hlch the Cane Boors, w ho
plantation, unless tho hands nro very assisted the Doers of tho South Afrl-
. fT 1 .1 . . , ,.f I " republic and tho Orange Free State,
S. Si.' "'To" .1 B ,ta.l fc i". ' '; "" ' P ' torn,,
will tnlt- nm wnM,. . .mnni'i.i, ' f the P agreement, nn effort mny
Cape Colony Boers
Come to America
this, nnd thereforo worn must begin
curlier or finish later. If tho dry spell
necessary lor flowering haa lasted a
good whllo and can fairly be depended
upon to contlnuo long enough, lie
growing cndB may bo cut earlier; but
It must bo borno In mind that if rain in
be made to And homes for some of
them In tho United Stntes. W. O. Sny
man of Cape Colony, who fought with
tho Doers nnd who has been speaking
in the United States for the Doer causo
during the past year, said, regarding
tho terms of surrender: "The colonial
quantity comes too boon anil. In nddl uocrs nro to bo punished. I nm a
tlon to tno stimulus given by It. tnfl'colonlnl Boer, born a British subject.
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
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branches Intended for flowering havo
also the snp from previously growing
shoots poured Into them, tho chance
of their cropping woll will bo much dl
mlnlshed. Many a promlso of a fine
crop Ib rulneu by too early rain hero.
The country, climate, nnd tho plant
cr's skill aB a weather prophet must
govern this undertaking.
Leaf Mould Needed.
An abunuant supply of leaf mould
should be In readiness for laying 01
tho roots at this season, and should be
applied when flowers begin to open, or
a little before. If prelous dressing!
have been bo timed that vines are in n
somewhat starved condition when
flowering is expected, tho chanceB of
n good blossoming nro increased, but
this practice needs Judgment, or a poor
quality of pods will be the result.
There used to bo a story current
Iitp no doubt with somo grain of
truth In It, to tho effect that In a very
wet season the only vanilla planter
"h3 had any crop was ono whoso pfgs
hnd got adrift In his plantation and
Ik nt tho night In grnbbtng up vanilla
roi i This method of producing
flowers Is not recommended, but It Is
qulto possible that careful and sys
tematic root pruning might bo carried
on with ndvantago In wet years, If
one could tefi beforehand when these
' Flower Fertilization.
Tho work of flower fertilization
(pollination)" for they have all to be
fertilized by hand, and that on tho
day they open Is mostly dono by wo
men and children. Tho operation Is a
very simple one, and an averago negro
will acquire the Knack after being
shown a fow examples.
Tho flower Is taken In tho left hand,
three fingers being placed at ItB back
and the thumb In front, the column
with argons of fertilization on being
supported against tho middle sepal be
hind. A bit of hard wood, cut to tha
and am llablo to Imprisonment for
from flvo to ten years If tho terms ns
published are correct. I am acquainted
with President rtoosevclt, and shall
see If there Is not a way for somo nt
our people to come to this country. 1
think there Is great opportunity for us
here. Thero are few hero now, but In
I'ortugual there are a good many colo
nials, and they probably will not want
to return to South Africa now. They
nrc men well born. If tho United States
Government would open the way they
would be glad to settle In some state
like New Mexico, Arizona, Texas or
Colorado. They would make good citi
zens No ono would need to bo asham
ed of them. I shall ubo every effort tn
open tho way to bring them here.
DAMAGE CASE SETTLED
AFTER MANY TEKMS
Decotos Granted divorce That Causes
Surprise Japanese Sure of
Acquital is Promptly
Wnlluku, Juno 14 The June term
of the Second Circuit Court Is still In
session nt Wnltuku courthouse. Tho
Grand Jury presented Its report last
Monday, June 9. reporting thirteen In
dictments for various offenses and
found no true bills In two cases and
defendants were discharged There Is
a likelihood that the term will last ten
or more das.
The following criminal cases wcro
Terrltor) of Hawaii s Young Nap;
liquor selling. Jury found defendant
Territory of Hawaii s. Tngamlj as
sault with Intent to murder. Tho court
asked defendant If he had any money,
also If he desired counsel. The "sassy"
Japanese replied that he hadn't a cent
and ho didn't want any nttorne. Tho
judge explained to him through an In
terpreter that If he did not want an
attorney, he would hao to defend his
case In person beforo a Jury of twclvu
Impartial and disinterested men. The
defendant replied ho did not caro If
there were twenty Jurymen to try him.
Ho was sure he wasn't guilty of tho
charge. So the case went on and Jury
was drawn. Deputy Attorney General
Dan II, Caso put on cvldcnco for tha
government which went to prove that
defendant attempted to kill his wlfa
at liana by butchering her with a
knife, nnd that It was through no fault
of tho defendant that his victim sur
vived. Tho defendant did not put up
any defense. The Jury returned a ver
dict of guilty and Tagaml will have to
apear before Judge Kalua next wick for
Ono of the most Important cases of
the week has been tho damagao suit
of D. K. Kalwlaea vs J. K. Ioscpa for
criminal conversation. 12. Johnson
of the firm of Achl & Johnson, prose
cuted tho case for tho plaintiff, whllo
attorneys J. M. Kaneakua, A. N. Ko-
polkal and N. W. Alull championed tho
cause of the defendant from whom
tho plaintiff wanted to exact damages
amounting to f.5000. The parties reside
at Hana nnd aro among the most
prominent Hawnllans of the "Ua Lonl-
haahaa" district. After hearing for two
dajs, tho Jury rendered a verdict for
plaintiff and assessed his damages for
tho unlawful and unchristian devotion
of the defendant towards his wlfo In
tho sum of Jl. One of tho Jurymen
oven favored damages at fifteen cents.
And so ended a case which has been
on the calendar for three terms and
which has caused no end of anxiety to
tho partlea concerned.
Tho caso of Illramoto vs Pioneer
Mill Co. damage suit for $2000, Jury
rendered verdict for plaintiff for J300.
Tho dlvorco suit of Mrs. Sarah L
Dccoto vs. W. L. Decoto was heard be
foro Judge Kalua last Saturday after
noon, with closed doors. Geo. I loin
represented tho llhellant. The libelled
dd not havo any ono to represent him,
nor was ho present In person as no uiu
not care to oppose the dlvorco pro
ceedings brought by his wife on chnrgo
of cruelty. This suit came as a great
surprise to all the numerous friends ot
both parties. The Judgo granted tho
divorce on the grounds nsked for In the
petition. Mrs. IHcoto Is a daughter ot
the late Hon. W. Y. Horner of I.ahal
na, while W. L. Dccoto Is one of tho
leading citizens of that place.
"tfi.en you aro ready, Gridley, you may fire
Vhen the Adilral'o hair wan in
danger, ho was prompt to use
Ho write? as follcwo conrermng
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It is guaranteed to cjre
Dandruff, Itching Scalp,
Pilling Hair, and to proooto a
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In good many of our prominent stores
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Ellto Ico Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
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Our lamps aro In use tnrougbout all
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Salt Lake. Utah, June C James
Shnrp, father-lii-law of James 11. Hay,
who wns murdered last December, took
the witness stand today In the trial of
Peter Mortenseu for tho crime nnd with
tears streaming down his checks testi
fied that (!od had revealed tho guilt of
Mortenscn to him. Testifying to his
talk with Mortenscn today after tho
disappearance of Hay, Sharp said in
"I charged Peter Mortenscn with tho
murder of my son-in-law becauso 1
knew that ho was guilty. Coil revealed
it to me. He appeared to me by the
Holy Ghost and put tho words of this
spirit Into my mouth. I had to utter
them, for I knew they wore true. I can
not and will not deny It here, neither
will I, deny It when I meet my Ood on
the last day,
"This Is not tho only manifestation
bIio of a tnnthnlck and mrnnod amnnth I received On Tuesday noon I saw
I njr .. 1 . ,., . , ' tha frnll
tutu hui hi uud vim, in uiu unijr iuui re
quired; this Is held In tho right hand
To get at tlfo organs of fertilization
the trail of blood leading from the
railroad tracks to whero my son-in-law.
was hurled. I saw It In a vision Just
easily, tho sark which grows from the na plainly as when I afterwards visited
smo or tno column enveloping us tho spot."
front nnd marking tho sexual organs sharp Is a devout Mormon. Under
Is pressed down by tho bit nf wood, or Blmrp cross-questlonlng by the nttor
this is run through Its Caso, ami tha neJ.8 for tne llcfenB0 Snarp gtatei that
?aCwEin!!if -I h0fl0,nn,iCn,,!flh had received revelations from God
be plucked off with flnger and thumb, , , ,,i , . ., . ,.
It matters not how It Is laid open, so!fo,ro relating to the gospe of Jesus
Ions as this Is .done quickly nnd with- chrlat- H! ,8allI " lu" n.ot l?W ihe
out Injury to any other part of the ' officers of l'l nrst rovelatlon because
llower Tho smooth end of tho fecun- It was not necessarj He know Hay's
dating liiftrument Ib then laid flat on body would be found.
BEGIN IHEII) WORK
Wnlluku, June H At a meeting of
the Wnlluku Republican precinct club
held nt tho Wnlluku courthouse on lrl
day evening, June 13, tho following
wero nominated as candidates for clec- j
tlon at tno primary meeting to no ncm
In tho Wulluku courthouso on I'rlday
evening, June 27 President, Hon A. N.
Kepolknl nnd Judge J W Kalua.
First vice president, Win. G. Stott
and J. Nun.
Brcond vice president, Noa W. Alull.
Secrctnry, Samuel Kclllnol
Assistant secretary J K. Saunders.
Treasurer, Win. T. Ilohlnson and U
Judges of election, W. A. McKay, M.
P. Waiwalolo and J. Pall Sylva.
Plve members of executive commit
tee, lions. A. N Kepolknl and John W.
Kalua, C. 11. WcllB. W. O. Ogg. S. 12.
Knlelkau. W B Saffcry, It. A. Wads
worth, J, Klnl Knan, David Crowcll,
Wm. T. Ilohlnson, Jns. N. K. Kcolu,
Wm. 12 Hal anil Moses Knuhlmahu.
Thero was a fair attendance present,
among them being somo of tho Hono
lulu politicians Messrs. W. J. Coelho
and J M Kaneakua made brief ad
dresses, after which chairman A N.
Kcpolkat declared the meeting adjourn
ed until Juno 27 Lahalna and other
districts will hold meetings next week.
Since ho began jachtlng, about fifty
jeara ago, Lord Urassev has sailed
nearly J22.000 miles lu a dozen ) adits
of varlng tonnage.
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