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Vol,. V. No. 1005.
HONOLULU, II. ., THURSDAY, SlfiPTKMHKR 1, 1898.
J'nirn 5 Cunts.
LEWIS WAS ON A RAMPAGE
Mounted Patrolman hi, Revolver at
Is Toppled Over When About to Shoot Cries
"Enough" Very Suddenly-Frightened
Some People In Walklkl.
Captoiu Spill nor of the Mount
ed l'tttiol bod n closo shave lust
night from being shot b Lrwis
out) of his own men. Iln enn lay
Lis oaeupo to bio own quicknoMH.
Tho affair happened in this way
Low la had tho Waikiki bom
which taka in tlint part of tin'
"Waikiki road between tho tormi
mis of tho tramway line nud Kiuu
street piopor Spillncr was oul
at tho band concert watching out
for nti thing tint might happon i
como within hia province. When
tho concert wos over ho nsk d
AH-i taut llnck Inspector For
roira to remain with him as some
thiou' might turu up. Tho two
saunto'od along until they reach
ed Loin; Branch whon thoy won
in, tied th ir horses (tint romiiiuo I
nndor the trees noir tho gato.
It wcit about 11 o'clock whon
Lewis cauio galloping up. II
turu od in at Long liauoh but,
seeing his captain, turuod abruptly
and galloped nwoy toward town.
It was but a few momenta whon
ho retnruod on foot with noithoi
coat nor club.
Captain Spillnor called out:
"What aro you doiug hore, Lo
wis'r1" The answer caiuo: "That
is uono of your busi
ness." Spillnor told him ho had
hotter go homo to bed as ho wab
in no coudition to tako euro of tho
beat, whereupon Lewis ausworod
Mu a still ruoro eurlv tono nud
reaching in his hip pocket, chow
a J2-calibro revolver which ho
was about to level at hisciptniu
when ho received a blow iu tho
face that neut him sprawling iu
tho dirt Lewis, somewhat sober
ed by this little incid -nt. called
out: "I am satisfied, captaiu."
Frank Ferroira stated that most
nnyono would havo boon The
revolver was taken owuy from
Law is and ho was tnarobod to the
road that turns down to Marshal
.Drowns uomo. noro no was
Boated on a bench to await some
kind of a conveyanco.
In tho inoantime, a lady living
noar Miirshal Brown's homo oamo
up with a number of othors and
ooiuti'd out Lewis as tho man who
Lad just a short time provious,
frightened herself nud tho othor
occupants of hor houeo out into
tho yard by firing throo shots in
tho immediate vicinity andyol.itig
like a wild Indian.
Lowis was takou to town in a
brako and is now in tho look up
awaiting investigation. Th&ro is
no doubt that ho will b aM: I to
I resign from tho Mounted Patcnl.
Lewis is tho Bamo man wh , i i
a state of intoxication, ntt'tnptwd
to shoot Deputy Marshal Hituh
cock through tho door of his
houso in Waikiki a couple of
Ilroke Ilia lif(f,
Georgo Houghtiiling had the
misfortuno to break his log short
ly boforo ton o'clock this morning.
It is tho eamo leg that was broken
onoo uetoro. Air. iioughtouiug
stepped on a stono while walking
oross his yard in Bethel stroot,
nod boing a vory heavy man tho
resulting wronch caused a frao
turo below tho kneo. Ho was at
onco convoyed to tho Queon's hos
pital for treatment.
Cavalrymen Anxloue To Go.
Tho thirty cavalrymon who como
tho transport ship Tacoma re-
difforont troops now
They are expecting to
sent on soon but no orders as
what date, havo yot been re
ived. In tho meanlimo they nro
busy doing the work of longshoro
men on tho Irmgard wharf.
ON THE CAMPING GROUNDS
Where to Find the Soldier Boys Mow
Soldiers from Transport Arizona at Kaplolanl
Park Sick Han Recovering Talk
Here and There.
The troops from tho Arizona
iro now in camp iu Kopioluni
fork whoro all day yesterday and
today hammers havo boon bus
sith tho pogs to furnish support
tor tho touts. Thoro are two sec
tions to tho camp ono mouku
near tho pond nud tho oilier down
it tho makiii ond. Tho boys arc
certainly resting up after tho voy
ie. They occupy tho grand
'nnds nud sit under tho tree nil
'ibout. Tho shaving outGt h
fastened to an nlgaroba tree
Tho New Yorkers and tho En
gineers havo moved to tho slopes
of Diamond Head, just ahovo tin
ecoiid street outside tho race
track. Tho Engineers occupy tin
I nvor part whilo tho New Yorkor
aro farthor up.
Col Barber is now right ncm
tho mnin ntraiic to tho camp
grounds of his regiment.
A "U. S. Cyolery" has been es
trtblishod outsido tho camp and
tho barn usod for tho wheels if
furnished with tables, chairs and
papers for Mi mn.
Private Radlev of tlin TKnrrlinm
ton Company, who has boon bo ill,
im guwiig uiong voiy wen umlor
tho caro of tho surgeons. His
was another enso of oatinrr ton
many fruits when ho first landed.
Tho officers of tho Now York
troops nud thnso from "tHo" Ari
zona, tako their meals at Sans
Tho men of tho Nnw Ynrl-
troops complain that thev do not
get enough to eat. Thoy env
there is something tho matter
with the Commisirv llnnnrtmnnl
Thero may bo a shortage in pro
Thoro is talk of puttinc in floors
10 tUO tOUlS Ot MM Nnw Ynrta
Certainly this would bo a great
comfort to tho men. Tho dirt is
nntvmlL.. C.2 !- -1 1 it
something frightful and, as thoro
is always a uroezo stirring, the
mori httVO nrotlv hard wnrlr Ironn-
m m f
Itolilieil by Holillrra.
Dotectivo Kaapa has mado his
report to Martdinl Brown od the
Manoa storo robhary of Tuesday
night. Ho found from natives
and Chinamen that fivo United
States noldiors had actually rob
bed tho Chinamau's storo of
cannod go ids, cako?, tobacco and
55 75 in money. Thoy firod shots
when pursued and ran down the
Manoa road to thoir camp in Wai
kiki. Tho mou'd faces could not
be soon. The matter will be re
ported to Col. Barbor and all the
facts iu the caeo pr sonted. Fur
ther than that, the uolicn ennnnt
go at tho present timo.
As an outcome of tho caBO, the
Manoa storekeeper and othor
ClliuOSO havo nrntiiln,! tlium-
selvoa with rifloa and rovol
vers with which thnv intonil In
protect their pioperty from fur
ther depredation of tho kind.
Rojrl mkj the food pure,
wholesome and dellcleai.
iioyt Mmna oww eo , urn vom.
One of the Lines Laid Down for Commission to Work
OnThe District of Columbia Plan is
Tho key nolo of President Mc
kinley's instructions to tho Cotn-
mission now sitting in Honolulu mUB,1 .necsarily forecast stnto
.1 i L , , 'hood in tho not far dislaut future,
s that in mapping out laws for j A promil,Hllt cifim, iJi
Hawaii ther.- shall bo "nothing Jon tho subject slated: "I believe
looking toward Statehood." I President MeKinley has a wrong
This important information bo-1 impression regarding tho political
.. .llll,. nr.innrfv ll.ia mnrn.ltt,u iu ,ni COUUtrV. 0." Course
ing. It is tho most important in
formation that has been given out
as (fleeting tho future government
of tho Islands.
It indicates tlint the laws of tup
couutry will bo mapped out on a
Inu following the District of Co
lurnhia idea. It may mean tho ap
pointment of nil officers of tho
govornmont direct from "Washing
'on, with tho local towu and cit
government left in tho hands of
Mio local pnoplo. It is a blow to
tho hopes of tlioso who had hoped
Tj lis Kmiiloyril nil Prttlnaiiliir Urnncli
of IlnlH, ny.
Foromon Hughes of tho O. li.&
L. Co.'s car shops is superintend
ing tho construction of a stoam
power car. It is a pocu'.iar sort of
locomotive Tho car itsolf is built
on tho general plan of n passonger
coaoh. It coutains a double ovliud
or ongino tho shaft of which is
fitted with n nnrnnknt. A nnrr.o
ponding sprocket is fitted to the
111. 1.1 (ivlft A Mil UlA mnllnn vj.a. !..
ufiivt iuiu, auu mu iuiiiivn (juwur IH
communicated bv means of nn
endless chain engaged bv tho
sprockets. Thoro aro four wheels
to tho car. Tho onenno heme nnn-
fined, and thero being a high
smokostock, tho inmatoo of pas
senger cars to bo drawn will not
8U""or (rom emoko or smoll. This
motor is to bo usod exclusively for
f It e I'nmiiniilnii ItnAHnti .
tho Peninsular branch paesongor
sorvice. 11 win uo on tuo rails in
two weeks, whon tin main 'ino
trains will no longor run to tho
Eight cars for tho American
Sugar Co., Molokai, woro turned
out of tho shops last month, and
nu ordor is filed for a dozon stone
cars for tho samo company.
Town Property Ileale.
H. M. Dnv has bouuht from
Captain Rico thn lot in Merchant
street, botweon Fort and Alakon,
having an uroi of about COxGO
feet. It contains an old cottage.
Mr. Dow bur. nUo bought a lot on
Punchbowl wtreet, opposite Queon
Uowogor Knpiolani's residonco
It contains three cottngos uuder
rental. Tho dimensions will aver
ago nbout GSxlOG foot. Both of
these properties will shortly, thoio
is no doubt, bo included in the
business part of Honolulu.
An Old Kitubllilivcl Ilounr.
For fourtoon years J. J. Egan,
tho Fort street raorchant has been
in busiuoss. Tho stock of goods
that he carrion is onormoua. His
store, ovor iuu teet in depth, is
paoked with goods of tho beet
mialitv. In tho centor of thn ctnr
nro drawers and show cases in
which aro displayed costly fabric
and nrtioles. Tlinrn in nnilitnr. ',
the dry goods lino that Mr. Egan
does not carry. Ho employs a
largo corps of dressmakers to
keep his nurnorouB lady patrons
becomingly gowood. In nolher
olumn Mr. Egan anuounccssomo
of his many attraotivo bargains
for tho week.
A meeting of tho Strangers'
Friond Society was held this
meriting. Routine business waB
for a regular territorial form of
Kovernuiout. siuco such n form
I It niav bn Hint tlm PrrmMunt dn
Hires to iiirrpnan llifi fittiriii.it nt
Federal patronage at Imb disposal,
but I am inclined to put President
MoKinley down as a thoroughly
honest man, nnd his nutiou as due
principally to tho fact that he him
not a comploto kuowledgo of the
condit on of tho country.
" Tho thing to do now is for the
Republican forces to organizo ond
fight to th last political ditch for
a tnoio liliorul governmout than
now sfoms prob iblo wo aro to re
ceive." iii:avrrv iMtouKvii.
Declilon or Coiiiinlttfn ut Mretltia Thl
Tho Regatta Committee hold a
meeting this morning nud arrang
ed the evouts that aro to muko up
tho Rogatta Lay program. Thoy
1 First clnBB vneht rnon.
Six-onred slidiug-seat barge.
Second class yacht raco.
Swimming raco (100 yards).
Six paddlo canoo race.
Japineso fishine limit rnno
Fonr-oarod sliding seat raco.
Living contest, for distance.
Six oared gig race (station
Two-oarod shoro boat raco.
CluneHH tisliiinr btnts.
Half-mile Bwimraiug contest.
Steamer boat raco.
Five-oared whaleboat raco.
Sailinc canoe rii.
lias prournra is subject to
change. The Regatta Committoo
will hold another meeting tomor
row to arrange other matters iu
connection with Regatta Lay.
Tho crows of tho various clubs
are doing good work at tho Pouin
sula and will put up good races a
woek from Saturday whon tho
"JiimpionBhip ovonts tako plaoo.
lhe Healauis are decidedly tho
favorites in tho Sonior race,
whilo, in the Junior raco, they
stand a good show of winning.
Detective Kunpa Ilae Moved.
Doiootivo Kopaa has moved
from his old homo at thn font nf
Hotol street, to a place on Ouoon
street, just opposite tho Kawaia
1110 house lin nciMmuil fM.nm.l..
will bo moved awav and a two
story framo buildinc to bo used
for lodging houso and store pur
poses will bo put up by E. 0.
Winston, tho owner of thn om
For $1.00 Per Month.
IIAIMJY'S HONOLULU CYCUMtY,
211 - - King Stroot.
Will repair all punctures, clean IntlJe anJ oul,
aJjust anJ oil your bike
On anJ atlcr September nt contracts will he m.id.
MllhrlJerttn take all the work oil their lunJ, leav
Inn bike rlJIng without any alloy We all like Uilnir
the "jllentHeeJ, but we really do not like playlnc
groom to It No more necessity even on the score
of economy Contracts at traJuateJ rates taken to
do all repairs anJ take all risks In hlcicle umk
renewal of tires, etc fully slockeJ and eoulnpid for
any amount ot business Established first In Mono.
lulu and we meant to keep thire
For $2.00 Pop month
Wo will giuruntoo jour tiros anil ronow
llioiii whoa worn out.
STOCK EXCHANGE MEETING
The Call Postponed Until Saturday and
Committees are Appointed The Chief Work at
Present DtYOives Upon the
Thoro was an oxocutivo meoting
of tho Honolulu Stock nd Bond
Exohongo this morning. Cora
mittoes woro appointed as fol
Investigating J. H. Fishor,
Frank Uustaco and Geo. R. Car
tor. MnjiiiEiiHiui' II. Arraitago, F.
Lewis and T. F. Lnnsiug.
Listing E. C. Macfnrlnno, J.
II. FiBher, W. M. GilTard.
Thoro was no meeting of the
call board, as had boon otpoclol,
on account of tho liatiniz of stocks
uot btiug far enough advanced A
uumbor of corporations had paid
tho annual fee of $25 for lining
listed. It is tho duty of tho list
ing committoo to solicit tho list
ing of othors.
whon tho stock list is sufficient
ly long, call mcotiiigs will bo
held. A place of meeting is also to
bo securod in the meantime. It is
not oven decidod whoro tho meet
ing adjourned today will bo hold
on Saturday. Tho hour is 10
A great many stockholders in
different corporations aio itiquir
ing what nro tho pricos of thoir
stock. Tlioy will bo veiy much
ploasod when the stock is listed.
Tho Exchango will exorcise caro
in tho listing, rejecting stocks iu
which thoro aro fow transactions,
or whoso standing is not ubove
Corporations applying to uo
listed fill out blanks, imviup unrti
culars of thoir condition in thn
rough. The data thus furnished
is iuvostigatcd boforo a volo is
taken on the quostion of admis
sion. Huitullan National League.
The Hawaiian National League
is at presont busy with tho work
of gottiug natives into tho nioin
borship of tho socioty. Thoro nro
already 300 names which is a
most excollont showing.
At the moeting of tho Exeou
tivo Committoo hold Wednesday
night, tho memorial whioh wns
d 'awn up, was road but not adopt
ed as it will bo placod under tiro
of dobato boforo nnything is done
An Knteriirl.lnir Firm.
Among tho procressivo mer
chants of Honolulu aro Ordwav &
Portor. This firm has been es
tablished fivo years and during
hat timo their businoss methods
have boen so thorough that thoy
liaVO built tin n. larrrn trniln wliml.
id growing rapidly. Thonowsloren
of tho firm in the Wavorloy
Block larco as thnv urn. nm tnmln
quato iu room to proporly display
tho handBomo stock corned. On
uearly ovory boat arriving from
tho coast tho firm recoives large
invoices of furniture, which owing
to tho reasonable prices askod,
find ready purchasers. Tho firm
oraploys a largo number of men
and contributes largoly to the
matoriul intorests of Honolulu.
On tho eighth pago of the OvuhK
UN will bo found some of tho at
tractions disnlaved nt. their .nm
Italnfull anil Temperature.
O. J. Lyons roporta tho wenther
for tho mouth of Auoust: Rain
fall, 2 08 in. which is abovo tho
normal. 1.87: avoraao tomnomttirn.
77 2 or below previous avo-
Quoon Liliuokalaui will hold n.
rncoption ot Washiugtun Place
from 11 to 1 o'clock tomorrow, on
tho occasion of hor birthday.
LAND FOR RAISING CANE
Option on Six or Seven Hundred
Acres at Walalua.
Belongs to Estate of Late James Gay
Terras ofvProposed Lease Lucas
U. F. Dillingham has accepted
u n option from II. Foelcc and C
i Itrowu, trustets of tho ostato or
tho Into James Gay, for n lease of
such portions of tho land held by
tho osUto under lenso from J. P.
Meudonca ns ate oituato on tho
inaukn or inland side of tho Gov
rument road at Mol.uh ia in Wai
almi, Oihu, rising 'o nn altitude
.f2ll0 feet above sa level, and
containing from COO to 700 acres
of land suitable for tho cultiva
tion of cane. '
In lieu of rent th" valno of oue
twoutioth part of nil tho sugar ami
othor prnduco grown upon tho
land shnll be paid.
While tho firnt object ot tho
lo'iso is to cultivate cine, tho
lff-sfo may eultivato onything ol-o
hn may havo reason t I olinve will
produco as good or better returns.
At loabt three quarters of tho
wholoaroa must bo under cultiva
tion oneh year. If h-ss, all un
cultivated lauds shall pay rout of
510 an acre.
Improvements shall revert to
lessor at expiration of leoso.
laxos aro to bo paid by tho leeseo.
No charge or damage for trespass
of any stock of tho entato is to bo
mado or collectod. The estate has
tho richt to use uncultivated lands
Rfservation is mado of homo
stead, nrtetdau well, etc., not to
occupy more thau 20 acres, and of
'20 acres of othor Ian I to ha set
uurt by th" osnte. at nny timo
Ipon i"'0 request of Mondonca.
No building or Inborora' quartora.
ore to bo erect-d wiiliiu a qutrter
of a vaU of tho ImmeHtoad nulosa
with wrilton cousont of tho estato.
Two 2 inch water pipes aro to be
furnished to tho homesten 1 freo of
If the leaBos of certain other
lands, described in tho option, bo
Hinrondorod or fail to bo tenowed,
the lessee covonouts, if so request
ed by tho estate to cultivate minh
lands with cane or other produco
upon tho shiuo tonm as tho lands
The option is aubioot to thn
npprovtl of tho Circuit Court of
tho h'irst Circuit, nnd .Iinlrm
Porry will accordingly hoar tho
Judge Stanley is still hearing
Lucas vs. Porry. Tho defense
having beau denied n motion for
n insult, began putting on its casu
Failed To Turn l'p.
Tho New Yoik Compiny des
tined for duty at the Exocutivo
building did not appear yestorday
afternoon aa v as expected. Thoro
was a hitoh in the proceedings,
Tho COUltmnv llllH ll.lt nri-ivnrl ir,,
aud the ploco is unguarded.
Additional Local News on eighth page.
Hljrheat Honors World's Fair.
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Grape Crenra of Tartar Powdc.
40 YEAPS THE STANDAKft
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