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Vol. VI. No. 1139.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, EEBRUABY 8, 1899.
Pkiob 5 Cents.
NOW PRODUCE YOUR CANDIDATE
American Union Party Makes a Hove
for Special Election.
Adjourned Convention of 1897 to Meet on Sat
urday EveningList of Delegates
"Such Other Business."
FOR HONOLULU PARKS
"Citizen" Hakes Flea for Employment
ol Landscape Gardener.
Could be Had for $100 a Month-Give Alten
, tlon (o Matters for Which Commission
Has No Time.
AT CHAMBER OP COMMERCE
Resume ot Work Done at this Horning
At the request of a two thirds
majority of the Central Committee
of tho Amorican Union party, Geo.
W. Smith, chairman of tho nomi
'natiug convention of 1897, will
call tho convention to meet nt tho
Chamber of Commerce hall on
Saturday oveniog at 7:30 o'clock
Tho purposes of the mooting are
to nominate a oandidato for the
fljat in tho Sonato made vacant by
tho resignation of H. W. 8ohmidt,
and to transact auch other busi
boss as may come before the con
voulion. It' will bo romombored
that tho convention adjourned
Riihinct to the call of tho chair.
This was dono so as to avoid the
troublo of calling the primaries
together in just suoh an emergen
cy us tho present.
Therefore the convention will
bo constituted of such delogatas
in the Third Senatorial District as
sat in the former convention.
Tho delegates are Geo W Smith,
J A Kennedy, J H Fiaher, S B
.Rose, Robt Grieve, J S Martin, F
S Dodge, Walter McBryde, B F
Dillingham, F A Hosmer, W H
Hoogs.E F Bishop, J A McCand
leas, E Bonner, 0 B Gray, JuHub
Asch, Geo N Day. Wm H-nry, R
MoKoague, W' K. Kathburn, An-
Stores Asked to Close at 1 p. m. Tomorrow Out
of Respect for Death of Judge Wide-
maun-A Letter of Condolence.
CASE OF MRS, JUNIUS KAAE CHDRCH DIRECTORY:
DnrnrsAVf7rr Cuttunu nc fccitc
Corporal David Shea Testifies In Her chwst imus meetings ns follows in
I A.ltlltil t-Ill Mn .1 I narn Uivt((a Cifn.lml
1 miiiiuiii 1 i4iif icii ui vlt.u 1 iuudc. junuay
Defendant Was Draped on Sidewalk Was
on Way Home to Yery Sick Husband
Another Hack Was Near.
drew Cox, Judge Kekahunn, W J
Lowrio, E B Mikalomi, J A Low,
W 11 Sims, L D Keliipio, G W
Farr, J M Poepoo, G R Carter, O
Bergstrom, J 0 Ctuney,Ed Towse.
Chang, at the Orphennl,
"Tho Private Secretary" will
have the boards at tho Orpheum
this evening. This is ono of tho
best known of American plays and
abound in side splitting situa
tions. No matter whero played it
is always greeted by full bouses.
The principal oharnotor in the
bands of Mr. Wallers cannot fail
to be all that it ahould be, anil a
pleasant evening is in suture for
patrons of Honolulu's popular
nloco bf ontertainmont. Tno lust
uight of "Sidotrackod" brought
out a fair audience a large contin
gent of tho Oregon's meu Iviug
present. Ivanboo Allen will iu
several now songH which are nw
all the rage in the States. Aiming
them are "1 Liovo lou in ihe
Same Old Way," "UpcaiW and
"Mnmy'o Little Pumpkin Colored
The Coroner's Jury in the Her
riugton'caso was called yesterday
but was postponed until today. It
was found that one of the jurors
had to servo on a jury so there
was further postponement until
Mr. Editor: Would it not bo
advisablo for the Honolulu Park
CommissionerB.to employ tho ser
vices of a professional landscape
gardenor for tho purposo of plan
ning and laying out tho various
parks and gardens placed under
thoir control and one who could,
amongst other tricks of hia profes
sion, adviEO them as to tho varie
ties of trees, shrubs and plants
suitablo for the peculiar nature of
tho soil at tho Kapiolaui Park ?
Goldon Gate Park in San Fran
cisco was at ono time, and that on
ly a vory fow years ago, nothing
but an arid and sandy doaert, and
had it boon left entirely to tho
mercies of amateurs without the
aiBistanco and advico of profes
sional mon. would California be
bo proud of its magnificent park
as it is at this day r
The Iandscapo gardener,the arb
10 a. m. B ble class: 11 n. m. preach nc In
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. m. preachlne Hawaiian;
7:10 p. ni. preachlne In Enellsh : Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
I Good Tea
1 Honolulu ? I
We awoke to a realizing sense of
your "pilikia" months ago, and
have since been systematically at
work searching through lines of
samples, as we could procure them,
(any old thing won't satisfy us when
buying), for just what we desired."
At last we have accumulated a stock
which we are "willing to submit to
you. Pure, delicious teas they are,
in the old-fashioned lead-lined chests.
Teas that we'll sell to you by
honest sixte?n-ounce weight.
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since they left the
HERB'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has such pleasant recollec
tions of. , ,
BASKBT-FIRED JAPS. "Spider
Lee') types pure, uncolored teas.
PAN - FIRED JAPS. Commonly
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
"Green Tea" types.
ENGLISH BREAKFASTS. (Con
gous). Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. From Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the world.
CEYL0N8. A line that's making a
name for Itself In the world.
A88AM8. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to the Ceylons, though
of flavors peculiarly their own.
BLENDS. Our "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks; "Premium Blend,"
from fanciest blacks and greens; and
"Guaran-Tea Blend,"from standard blacks,
are scientific combinations of the most
delicately flavored of the above-mentioned
varieties, and teas which we guarantee to
be of greatest strength and most delicate
ilavors oDiainaDie, anu, auuve an,
Can Get It
I at I '
oriculturiBt and tho florist are tho
ones who have transformed these
sand doous into what is consider
ed one of the finest parks in tho
United States of America. The San
Francisco Park Commissioners
nppreciato this fact and are will
iug to leave tbo matter of plan
nine and laying out of their park
in llinia nnniivlnirtnilnM ntlm a
himself a professional landscape
caruonor aud arboriculturist, ana
simply confine their own work to
financial and executive matters.
Tho Honolulu Park Commis
sioners I anderstand were appoint
ed by tho Government to control
all tho parks, squares and gardens
in and around this city and are to
bo rosponsiblo to the publio for
tho proper management ot such
placeB. 1 perfeotly understand the
fact that their positions are hon
orary (all euch positions are, the
world over) aud too muoh should
not bo expected of them; but it
seems tonio, because of their lack
of professional experience in suoh
matters, that for that vory reason,
before deciding what to do in the
way of dooming avenues to the
axe, laying out drives and path
wave, makinc lawns, constructing
arbors, planting trees and shrubs
and suoh other work as pertains to
a well conaucieu purii, mni iu
aid of an oxporicuc- professional
Iandscapo gardener and tho em
ployment of a profenaioual arbori
culturist and tloriut wnulu'sava
them coDsiclouilile trouble and the
publio be tut- gumorB by having
pirks and gardens such as we sue
in other countries.
It is no discredit to tho Honolu
u Park Commissioners (Messrs.
Thurston, Ounba, Brown, Irwin,
Hustaco and Carter) who tiro all
good business men and eBtiinablo
citizens, that they are livkiog in
the education and expprience of
what is required to plan nnd make
a perfect garden or p.rk. Few
At a meeting of the Chamber of
Coramorce this forenoon, tho fol
lowing were present: J. B. Ath
orton, 0. M. Cooke, H. E. Woity,
W. M. Giffard, W. W. Hall, F. A.
Sohaefor, F. Watorhouso, J. J.
Egan, L. M. Vottlosen, H. W.
Schmidt, John Eno, F. J. Low-
rov. H. A. Parmelee, H. Fooko
and J. G. Spencer.
Tho Chamber paasod a resolu
tion to the effect that all business
houses close at 1 p. m. tomorrow
out of respect for 'tho death of
G. J. Waller and J. P. Cooke
were elected mombers.
The following report of tho
Committoo on Harbormasters and
Pilots was approved and n copy of
tho same ordered to bo sent to tho
Ministor of tho Interior.
Your spooial committoo appoint
od "for tho purposo of inquiring
into the duties of tbo harbormas
ter aud pilots of the port and
making recommendations respect
ing tbo duties of those ouicials,
aud rospoctiug any other matters
concerning the shipping in this
barbor, winch may seem proper
to them," beg leave to submit the
That'an assistant to tho harbor
master be appointed, for tho pur
poso of moving vessels in the har
bor, and., in caso tho assistant bo
sels be ompowered to movo their
vessels to such berth or moorings
as tho harbormaster or his assist
ant shall dosignato.
That pilots (under the direction
of tho harbor master or his assist
ant) bo requirod to moor all in
coming vobboIs and also to tako
ohargo of ontgoing vessels from
such borths as they may occupy
when ready for sea.
That tho tugboat, wbonovor
available, bo omployod in moving
vessels in tho harbor, instead of
hauling by lines, as formerly.
That the Govornmont be request
ed to consider tho advisability of
extending' tho Kekuanaoa wharf
thirty feet in length.
"W. B. Godfiiey,
J. F. Haokfeld,
F. M. Swanzy,
F. A.' Sohaefep.,
U. Jj. Wiairr.
Tho caso of Mrs. J. Kaao, charg
ed with obstructing and pervert
ing justice, camo up for trial in
tho Polioo Court this forenoon and
took up the forenoon to about 11
o'clock when Judgo Wilcox was
summoned to tho Circuit Couot
and a rocoss was taken until the
Akakani, the Samoan officer
who arrested Mrs. Eaae, told sub
stantially tho same story ho did
to a Bulletin roportor the other
The defense put on only two
witnesses, Mrs. Kaae and Corpo
ral Shea of the Engineers, station
ed hero. Tho latter stated that
bo was on Pauahi streot, in tho
vicinity of tho 'back whon Her
rington was knocked by Kalann's
back. Ho board one of tho sol
diers standing noar, ory out:
"Throw that damned kanaka wo
man out ot tho hack" and then
saw tho police officer grab Mrs.
Kaao by tbo feet and pull her
FOREIGN JURY ACQUITTAL
Third Criminal Trial and Government
Losses Three Times.
Cross Dog Prosecution Case Judiciary Depart
ment Will Pay Respect to Judge
Continued on Page 4.
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Established 1851 Leaders 1800
ROYAL BAKIfia POWDCN CO., NIW VORK.
It might bo stated boro that an
assistant to Captain Fuller, Har
bor Master, has already been ap
pointed. Ho has been in offico
noarly a month.
Letters from Chas. Wilder, Ha
waiian Consul in San Francisco,
wero road. These wero to L. A.
Thurston and H. E. Cooper and
Bpoko of tho Industrial Exhibition
and Agricultural Fair proposed
The Chamber voted tho opinion
that this was not an appropriate
timo to hold suoh an exhibition.
F. A. Sohaefor, J. F. Haokfeld
and John Ena wero appointed a
committee to draw up a loiter of
condolence to tho family of tho
late Judge Widemann.
H. E. Waity statod that the
banks would all close at 1 p. m.
tomorrow out of respeot for the
death of Judge Widemann.
Eonghi fatohoy (a Happy and
Prosperous Now Year). Tho ma
jority ot tho Chineso will stop
work this aftornoon, notwithstand
ing tbo fact that olhcial notihca
tion came from tho Chinese Min
ister at Washington a ehorttimo
ago, declaring Friday New Year's
Day. The Chinamen hero havo
eoen fit to follow tho old habit
that has been in vogue hero since
the firat Ghiuoso over came.
With tho assistance of some of the
soldiers, ho finally got her out on
the sidowalk. Thero was an at
tempt on tbo part of some of the
soldiers to overturn tho hack.
Corporal Shea stated that he
spoke to tho police officer and
pointed to another back standing
near by. There was no reason
why that ono should not havo
heeu.takea- -to. transfer tho
injure! soldior to tho Scaa
diu. Officer Akakani was
certainly rough in hia treatmout
of Mrs. Eaae. Ho obeyed tho
orders of tho soldiers collected
about tbo back.
Mrs. Kaae testified that sbo had
refused to loavo tho carriage when
asked, bocauso she was in a hurry
to get back to her husband who
was vory seriously ill. Tboro was
another carriage near by aud thero
was no reason why tho injured
soldier could not bo placed in that.
Whon tho polioo officor finally
palled her ont of tho hack, he
dragged her along tho sidewalk
and tore her clothes. She refused
to stand up whon asked to, bo
cautfe she did not intend to make
a single move. If it was desired
to have her go anywhere, tbo po
lioo would havo to tako hor bod
ily, Tho officor could kill her on
tho sidewalk if be wishod to. She
would not budgo. He had no
right whatover to pull her out of
the hack when aho did not want
to got out. Sbo was roughly
thrown into another hack and
hurried to tho police station.
There she was dragged inside and
then carried below to a coll.
At this point Judgo Wilcox an
nounced that he was summoned to
the Circuit Court-and a recess un
til tho afternoon, would havo to bo'
taken. However, beforo going,
Judge Wilcox took occasion to re
fer to tho remark of AttorneyHum
nhrevs in which be stated the
same treatment bb that given white
womon nhould be given Hawaiian
womon by tho Court. He preferrol
that Mr. Humphreys would put
on his. otbor witnesses. Judgo
Wiloox stated that ho saw no occa
sion for such a remark. His past
record should certainly show that
bo bad never shown any partiality.
Attorney Humphreys replied
that, siuce tbo remark had been
made in the heat of argument, the
Court was taking up a groat doal
of time to bo offended. He would
rest bis caso and not put another
witness on the stand.
Judce Wilcox boro doolarcu a
An order to. show causo on ap
plication for leave to sell real es
tate has boou issued in tho matter
of tho estate of Mauuol A. Bnrcte,
Thero will a closuroof the whole
Judiciary department tomorrow
out of respect to tho memory of
-Chu Yan was acquitted of unlawful-
possession of opium by
the following foreign jnry before
Judgo Stanley today: Willord E.
Brown, Jns. L. McLean, J.
Sobnack, 1. A. Burgolt, W. H.
Hoogs, D. F. Thrum, Wm. Sav
idge, C. H. Clapp, Sooly I. Shaw,
G. A. Schuman, D. T. Bailey and
T. S. Djuglas. E. P. Dole for
prosecution; Humphreys & Gear
for dofendant. This is tho third
criminal case tnod this term and
tho Govornmont loses for tho
Judgo Perry iH hearing tho
maliciouB prosecution case of
Alfred Rocbo vs. O. W. Dickoy.
It relates to a dog obbo in tho Dis
trict Court W. A. Henshall and
O. Croighton for plaintiff! Lyle A.
Dickey for dofendant. Tbo iury
ompaueled aro F. J. Krogor, J. W.
llobortsou, J. IS. Uormnu, A. (J.
Davi, Geo. McNioholl, J. S. Mar
tin. Goo. Angus, George Klugel,
O. R. Collins, G. Schuman, D. W.
McNicoll and Jas. Molnerny.
O. B. Reynolds is about to
erect two haudeomo two Btary
houses on his spare lot in Green
etroot. Tho Enterprise Mill Com
pany has the contract. Mr. Tra-
pbagon is tbo architect, and tho
plapB show that tho houses will
bo an ornament to the neighbor
hood. Tbey also givo assurance
of the utmost comfort and con
venience. Both the houses will
front on Groen street.
Old Inhabitant Oonr,
Antone Jose died at his homo
in Wyllie streot yesterday at tho
advanced ago of 85 years. Ho '
wbb attended by Dr. Wood, who
givea tbo causo of death as old
ago. Joso was a native of San
Joso Island, Azores, aud used to
bo a servant of the lalo John T.
Tbo clock ou tho Judiciary
building is showing contempt of
coutby tolling anything but tho
Nominations for Senator will
close atd p. m. on Monday noxt,
loaving ten olear business days
before the dato 01 election.
Highest Honors World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair,
a Pure drupe Cream of Tartar Powdti
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