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Voti. yi. No. 1141.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1890.
Pitioi3 5 Cents.
SIGNALING OF STEAMERS
COMMODIOUS HOME OF ART
CIRCUIT COURT BUSINESS
MARY E, FOSTER'S ARRIVAL
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if Av r-zx&?s??t
"Tho people bavo tine matter
in thir own hands," said a gen
tleman this morning in loferouco
to Mr. Gassidy's notion in sum
nwily abolishing n timo honored
atid highly valued publiovcouvoui-
"Ab 1 nridoratiiud it," he con
tinned, "Mr. Cassidy takes the
community by tho throat, Bimply
upou the strongth of tho fact that
the tolephono company furnishes
the Diamond Head signal station
with a free telephone.
"Now what ia the matter with
the Government's ordering Super
intondont Cassidy to put in a tele
phone at public oxspenso ? Then
tho lookout mnn could order con
nection with tho olnotrio company's
works, and tho telephoue people
would refuse to mnko it at thoir
" Tho Government is paying
S900 a yeai to tho lookout station
keener, and solely for tho bonofit
and convenience of tho public. Is
ouo man, in the employ of a pri
vate corporation cbnrtored by the
Uovorumont, to bo allowed to
wipe out this convenience witu a
"Nn, I say. Tho Government
should compel tho telephone com
pany to sorvo tho public according
to th ng established custom.
Let the charter of tho company be
CHtic-led iu tho name of tho pub
lic if the company persist in its
" Of courFO it is annoying to
have the whole town asking sup
oiilnouH qiiHBtions when a Bteomer
is siunoloJ. I have often been
proveLtid from using tho tolo
nhono by tho clatter of voicos.
But that is a mittor between the
company and its operators. They
need not answer tho needless
H. 13. Ames, a special polico
ofheer under Uapt. Uower of tno
Merchants' patrol, will be in uni
form in tho future
Tho adjourned conforouco be-
tweon the Board of Health and
tho Oahu Cemetery Association
will be held at 3 p. m. tomorrow.
At 4. o'clock all tho physicians
of the city an invited to a con
ference with the Government in
President DoIo'b office, on tho
Bubjeot of cariug for consumptive
patients. President Dolo has per
sonally invited the Trustees of tho
Queen's hospital. '
New Quarters of Kllohana Art League
in Cartwrlght Block.
Large and Airy Exhibition Room Convenient
ol Access-Artist Hitchcock's Reception
Room and Studio.
Three Yerdicts Given By Foreign Janes
Since Noon Yesterday.
Loses Against Carty Polish Defendant
Acquitted ot Larceny Discharge
for Heedless Driving.
New Scboonsr in Lumber Trade
VAOIIANT AT DOLE'S.
CnuirM Mnily Mrnlnir "f Hpoeiai
Ah Hui, for n long time suppos
od to bo slightly insane, was ar
raigned iu tho Police Court this
forenoon on tho charge of vagran
cy. Ho pleaded not guilty to the
chargo atid tho trial proceeded.
Special officer Gibbs, night
watchman at President Dole's
placo, Emma 6treot, mado the fol
"I arrested that Chinaman on
President Dole's plaoo at about
12:45 o'clock Monday morning. I
was sitting on n box iu the rear
whon I heard some ouo walking
along very stealthily. I watched
and very soon saw the Chinaman
scratch a match. Vory soon, tho
fellow was standing vory near mo.
Thinking it was tho yard boy 1
asked, 'Jim, is that you.' J.ue
Chinaman jumped asido and
crouched bohind a tree. I thon
nrrested and brought him to the
" The Chinaman has been in the
yard Bovoral times at about day
break and I Iihvo always walked
him out on tho street again. This
time, howovor. he chooso to call
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during the darkest hour ot tno
night. I do not believe ho is as
crazy as they make him out to bo."
Deputy Marshal Uitchcook said
the Qhinamnn had bedn oxnmiuod
for insanity but had beeu found
to bo sand. Judgo Wilcox sou
toncod defendant to a month's im
prisonment at hard labor.
BY " AUSTRALIA,"
Refrigerated Poultry Turkeys,
Geese and Chickens.
Seasonable Fruits and Vegeta
Fresh Breakfast Cereals.
A fresh supply of Gruenhagen's
Bon Bons, and Townsend's
Glace Fruits, and a "general
replenishment of our fancy
i$$aa3aYOlJ,LL FND them ATeeeeee
With the oponing of Bruce
Cartwright's block, adjoining tho
Progress with united extorior
lines, tboKilohaua Art Leaguo will
bavo n huudsomo home. A homo it
wi)l bo, indeed, that ought to suf
fice for the organization until it
becomes able to orect a temple of
art all its own.
Tho rooms now boing finished
for tho Leaguo are on tbo third
floor, convenient to tho main stair
way' at ono enu ot tno uauway,
and to tho electric elovator, at tho
other ond. Twodoublo doors opon
into tho main hall or exhibition
room, and thero is a similar en
tranco from tho inner of two
rooms, the outor ono of which has
its door opposito tho head of the
It is a hall of abont 35x45 foot,
with ceiling say 18 foot high and
divided by boaras into six soutions.
Light and ventilation aro both
most ample. There aro six largo
windows arranged in pairs, Iodic
iua toward Ewo. and above each
window is an open vontilator of
oblique slats. On the opposito
side are corresponding ventilators
csmmunicatmg with the open air
bteido Blopiug skylights over the
hallway. It will bo a very com
fortable place for both exhibitions
and the ontertninmouts ot tue
different "circles" of tho League.
Tho, exhibition .room has. -iU
walls painted in dark b'rown up to
tho baso lino of tbo ventilators,
tho spaco above that being a neu
trnl grayish tint as probably will
also bo tho coiling Similar
finishing is being given to tho two
small or ante-rooms, but their
ceilings come down to tho ventila
tor base lines of tue mats Mall
Tho outor room is about 14x20
foot, and tho inner ono 14x14 feet
These departments will bo occu-
piod by D. Howard Jlilchcock, tno
Hawaiian artist, as reception room
and studio. In this situation Mr.
Hitchcock, ono of tho loading
promoters of tho organization, will
he enabled to fulfil, with comfort
to himself nud mutual satisfaction,
tho positiou of curator of exhibi
tions. His gratuitous but cheer
fully rendered service iu ths
respoot, hitherto, havi bon of the
highest value to tho Leaguo.
Strongest Vessel Built by Hall Bros. Some
thing ol Her Size and Capacity Made
Throughout of Pine Her Record.
REORGANIZUD CHURCH OP JESUS
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
MllllanlH.ill.renr of Opera House: Sunday
to a. in. Bible class; n a. m. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:30 r. in. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 P. m. preaching In English ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. in. prayer meeting.
IS CHARGED WITH MURDER
Joe K ! Cni
In the Poli .) Court this foro
noon, tho case of Jon Kalann,
charged with furious and heedlonH
driving, waB called by Deputy
Murwhal Hitchcock who explained
tliHt it would bo necessary to grant
further postponement since the
jury in the caso of tho death of
the soldier Horrington, had not
deliberated. Viggo Jaonbion, one
of tho juror, had absent-d himself
threo times and unothrr was una
ble to bo present ou account of
work on a jury in the higher
courts. The caso was postponed
ono week, Attorney Kaolin, ropro-
sontiug tho defondant, making no
At 6:10 yesterday afternoon tho
jury trying Henry 0. Vida vb.
Jamos Carty, claim of $1000 dam
ages for trespass, returned a ver
dict for tho defendant, three
jurors dissoutjug. Attornoy Davis
hns filed notice of motion for a
Fiodor Woizbiski was triod for
larceny first dogroe before Judgo
Stanley yostorday afternoon. Tho
jury consisted of J o Martin, J
Schnaok, W E Brown, Seely I
Shaw, I A Burgelt, T S Douglas,
O lv Collins, Louis Marks, Wm
Savidgo, Goo Angus, F J Kruger
and V V MciNicholl. xN. Lakusta
waB Bworn as Polish iutorpreter.
E. Pi Dole appeared for tho pro
secution, and J. T. Do Bolt for
tho defondant. A unanimons ver
dict was returned of not guilty.
Defepdaut had boon indicted for
stealing a passport worth ono
dollar and a certificate of deposit
for $185 issued nt Chicago to
Tasaka, a Japanoso hackman,
was tried before Judgo Stanley
this morning for soliciting. Tho
iouowing jury, ono dissenting,
found a verdict of miuty:JasB
Gorman, Jas L McLoau, Louis
Marks, J Weir Uobortsou, F J
Krugor, Geo Kluegol, G A Schu
man, D F Thrum, J Sohnack,
Wm Savidge, T 8 Douglas and I
A Burgott,, Deputy Attorney
Goaeral Dole for prosecution;
Oreighton and Correa for defend
ant. Notico of motion for' now
trial was given. Sentence was
Thomas Quinn was granted a
nolle prosequi for heedless driving,
at tue request ot tho prosecution.
EdingB for defendant.
Judge Perry tins ordered Wai
kulanivs. Trustoes of Bishop Es
tate, ejectment, stricken from the
calendar for failuro of plaintiff to
Humphreys & Gear for plaintiff
have filed a motion giving sovon
reasons to striko out answer of
garnishco in tho caso of J. Todd
vs. Jas. Hooper Davis and "Wm
Hoopor, administrator, garnishee
Wai Not m, Nprlntr.
Up to within a few days ago,
thore was considerable oxcitomont
among tho frequenters of tho fish
market ovor the appearance at the
upper end of the market of what was
supposed to be a spring. It was
stated by theso pooplo that, sinco
the blasting operations near tho
nilntH1 houso, this spring had
uiHde its nppparanco. No ono
thought of making au investiga
tion. It wns taken as a matter of
courso The other day, an inqui-
Tho now American four masted
schooner Mary E. Foster, Thomp
son mastor, arrived in port and
haulod alongsido tho S. C. Holmes
at Allen .tKobinson's wharf about
10:30 o'clock this forenoon, hav
ing sailed from Port Blakeley, Jan
uary 18, with a cargo of 1,120,000
feot of lumber. Tho first four days
out tho Foster mot with southerly
winds. Then came vnriablo winds
to port. No heavy weather was
met with. Oahu was Bighted at 1
p. m. yostjrdny. The Foster ap
proached from tho northward,
Captain Thompson boing unable
to got his ship to tho southward.
A week ago Sunday, thunder and
lightning were met with.
Tho Mary E. Foster was built
by tho Hall Bros, of Port Blake
ley and was launched nt that place,
Saturday, Novorabor 20. The ves
sel was christoned by Miss Sand
ers, tho twolvo year old grand
daughter of Mr. Hall.
Just fipre, tho fact might be
mentioned that a picture of this
youug lady, standing between Ha
waiian and American flags and
holding a bottle of champaguo in
her baud, hangs in Unptain
Jules Titcomb of Kauai Brought Into
Was Arrested Yesterday by Lieutenant Opunul
Second Degree Stated Case Goes
Over Until Monday.
Yoitorday afternoon Chas. Opu
nui, lieutenant of police, executed
a warrant 01 arrost upou Jules
Titcomb, uuder the following
Bworn information of Marshal A.
" That ho ib informed and Ins
reason to boliovo that ouo Julos
Titcomb, of Hannlei, Ldaud of
Kauai, is guilty of murder iu the
eecoud dogreo, nt Hnnnlci, Island
of Kauai, on or about the 0th day
of Novomber, A. D. 1898, for that
ho did nt such timo and place felo
niously, willfully and without au
thority, justification or rxlonua
tion by law, kill uud murdor ouo
Kulielo (w.), nud did thou and
thereby commit the ciime of
murder in tho second dogree."
Marshal Brown this morning
brought the prisoner bofore Juduo
Stnuloy in tho Circuit'Court. Tit-
Tho idea of buildinc tho now comb, iu auswor to "the Court.
schooner was evolved bore, S. O. stated that ho hud no attornoy and
.. CROCKERY . HARDWARE
Do not, because the alum
baking powders may be a
little lower in price, risk
your health by using them..
Royal is a pure Baking
Powder, free from alum,
and makes healthful food.
It is really more economi
cal in use than the lower
priced powders, because it
is of greater strength and
bitivo took a shovel and dug down
about a foot and a half. A water
pipe with a holo in it wns found.
Frre Washington Concert,
A freo conoort will bo givon at
Y. M. C. A. hall on tho evening of
Washington's birthday, Wednes
day, !Wd ioBt. Ik will begin at
8:15 so as not to conflict with the
prayer moetiugB in churches, luo
Amateur orchebtra will play, and
othor choico rausioal talont, in
strumental and vocal, porform.
A short address will bo deliverod
by Rotf. W. M. Kincnid. The
Elatform will bo docoratod in
oepiug with tho evout.
Itallroad Iron Ooniri.
Tho sohooner Kobert Lewers
has in her hold 450 tons of rail
rnnd iron for the uow plantation
at Waialha. Tho O. D. Bryant
brought tho first lot of this tho
other day. Shfi has almost twice
a3 much as tho Lowors.
Minn lininrr tltn itrifw-i rml mnn !
t -.,, ...r t ., ,
in tno transaction. A quarter
of tho.vosBel J8 .-.owned by tho
Pugot Mill Co. and tho remainder
i divided betweon S. O. Allen nud
tho Robinson Estate She was
named aftor Mrs. Mary E. Foster,
sister of Mrs. S. O. Allon.
Tho Mary E. Foator flies the
American ting and was registered
by the Port Blakeloy Mill Co., S.
0. Allen boing uuablo to stand on
the papers until tho United States
shipping laws go into effect
Tho new vobboI is tho largest
four mastod schooner that runs to
this port and bb to her strength,
othor schoonors coming hero can
not uo coin pared with tier tor n
momont. According to Mr. Hull's
own statement, sho is the strongest
voesol ho has ovor turned out. The
Inca, a five masted vessel, is the
largest schooner over mado by the
Hall Bros. Tho Mary E. Foster
Sho is built throughout of uor'
woat pino and her fittings nre'of
tho Bamo wood. Her gross ton
nage is 930 and not, 839; register
ed length, 2i5 foot; depth of hold
15.9 feot and breadth, 40 feet. Her
maBta nro 103 foot high from the
deck. The top masts mako an ad
ditional longth. Tho Foster will
carry about 1,120,000 feet of lum
ber, tho amount she now hns
aboard. Sho can manage 1700 tons,
dead weigut, of sugar.
Tho captain's room is very
prettily fitted up. In connection
with it iB a neat little office Tho
saloon and toilotrooniB nro roomv
and comfortable. Thoro are two
spare rooms for passengers but
tho l'oster was built wihout con
Bidoring pnsscngor spuco. There
is nothing fauoy about the whole
ship but sho is substantial, ucut,
loomy and comfortable.
Captain Thompson recontly re
signed command of tho R P.
Rithor in order to tuku tho Mary
wished to employ one. The Court
remarked that the chargo would
ouly.bo,ehter.ed thon and thaplea.w,
would await-arraignment.' ' '
lho Marshal road tho cliarue as
above, and, at his request with tho
consent of the nricouer. tho caso
Wits continued until Moudav at
9:30 a. in.
A tJrrut Hurci'.
" A Mouey Order" attracted a
very largo audience for its first
porformonco Inst uiiht. TIib
play gives oach ono of tho lending
lights iu tbo company a chauco fo
display Iji'b or her ability, it not
being a "Star play." Tho piece is
a strong ono and directly appeals
to tho people. It is n story of tho
rolntivo interests of capital and
lho sposialties wero new. nud
clever little Miss Waltors fairly
danced herself into tho hoarts of
the audience. Ivnuhoo Allen
plensod the crowd ns ho always
Tho progrnm will bo repoated
again this evening. Salo of senta
at tho Honolulu Drug Co. 'a storo,
McKlnlry llrollicr-ln-tatr .llunli-r.
Canton, Ohio, Fob. 2. Tho
motion to quash tho first degreo
murdor iudictmont against Mrs.
Anna E. Goorgo will probably bo
passed upon today unless her at
torney will bo unablo to appear
in tho court nnd the decision -is
mado on tho othor ca'-o involving
oxactly tho same points.
In tho Polico Court
noon. Muut Sine was
and costs on tho chargo of unlaw
ful possession of opium. Shoki
was fined $5 and costs ou tbo
charge of assault and battery ou
Two deserters from tho Phila
dclphh vero gathered in this foio-nojn.
Highest Honors World's Fall
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Ontpc Cream of Tartar PovStt
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