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Valuable Brooch Was LOST.
It was advertised
In the Bulletin WANT
Vol. VI. No. 1194.
PLANTERS AND EXECUTIVE
The (trustees of Ihn Hawaiian
Planters Association bnd a secret
conference witb President Dole
and Cabinet this morning. They
laid thoir view hofor thn TCnrn.
tive on the matter of Japanoso
contract moor immigration. The
Executive has the matter nndor
President Dole aayB that tho
Executive had not decided, prior
io tuo coutprence, toreuise fuitluir
permissions for tho introduction
of Japanese contract labor. They
had contemplated, howuvor, talcing
such a step
Haiket Hall Tonldlit.
The third of tho series of bisket
boll concerts will take place in tho
Y. M. 0. A. gymnoHinra this even
ing. Tho business Men will be
pitted against the Honolulus and
the Diamond Head tpnm nrrninnf
mo j.iougu itiaers.
Tho iiusiunss Men bavo won
two garaos ao far and are therefore
in tho load. Should they win to
night's gamo thoy will be tho
winners without doubt. However,
tho Honolulus will do their best
to bat tho Business Men. If
they succeed in this thoy will bo
tio. Again, tho Dimond Head
team has a chanco to tio tho other
two teams just mentioned if they
win from tho liouiiu Eiders. This
last team has had very bad luck
Somo of tho best players have
been, for various reasons, unablo
to contest, thus weakening the
team and muking a victory for
tho Diamond Head team tonic Lit
almost certain. The contests be
gin at 7:30 o'clock sharp.
IWcjiHi to Alumni,
Tho members oE tho Alumni
Assooiatiou of Karaobameba havo
been invited to the homo of Priu
oipal Thompson on tho college
campus for tomorrow evening.
Thero will ho n. rpnnnlinn tnr
- - -" -"- .- -b .MW
the purpose of bringing" togcthor
tho tdumui -and the present
By the "Australia:"
Asparagus and Celery ;
Fancy Navel Oranges,
Lemons and Apples;
Frozen Oysters and Fish,
And Refrigerated Poultry ;
Smoked Halibut and Salmon;
Salami and Cervelat Sausage;
A fresh stock of Hams,
Bacon, and Breakfast Cereals'.
AND IN "SWEETS:"
Gruenhagen's Bon Bons
i 1 1 1-
YOU'LL FIND THEM AT
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
' v" " Established 1851 Leaders 1800
OUR WAR ROMANCE
A dinnnteli from Wnrooaln.
Mass., of March 22, in an Eastern
Mrs Charles Carter, widow of
the Amorican, Charles Carter,
who was killed at Honolulu at the
time of the uprising several years
ago, when au attempt wbb mado to
ovorthrow tho ropublio and place
Queen Ltliuokalani on tho throne,
is to bo married Amil G to Major
Charlos Edmund Davis of Athnnv.
Mhi. Davis' New York nmimint
was stationed nt Honolulu last
fall, and for a time hn wnn ill in
the hospital. There ho met Mrs.
Unrtor.wbo noted as a Red Cross
nurse, in common willi nttu.r nnt
riotio American women of Hono-
lum. Mib. Carter nnrnorl 1ninr
DaVl'fl hick to hpAltll nml thn nol.
latitMajor promptly lost his heart
iu ihh mir countrywoman, one is
BOW V19ltln frlnild. in Wast
Brook6old, Mass., but will Boon
go to New York anil be married to
Next Sundnv. the 2d nfinr TCnat-
er Sunday, the Rev. Father Cle
ment of tho Catboho mission will
hold - religions Hprvinpn in thnt
church at Punabou as follow: At
IU:SU n. m., high mass, with Port
uguese aud Enoliah Rprmnn. ami
collection for thn nnnrin nf thn
church, especially for a bell and
urKtu. ai a p. m., rosary. Tho
ROV. Father will filav thnrn tli..
whole day and night, and will 6ay
mass again tho next day, Monday,
early morning, iu order to have tho
congregation comply with tbo
faster duty, 1. e., confoasion and
Miss Helen Wilder, thn lin-
mano officer, is sink in hod nt her
jiome in Nnanu. Showas to havo
bean present ot tho trial of Piipii
lani for cruelty to animals in tbo
Dolioe court this mnrnino. Tim
caso was set for Tuesday.
'the Bulletin, 75c per tiionthT
The Brooch Cost $150-The
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 189D.
WEDS A SOUTHERN BRIDElPEACOCK BLOCK AT MO
Bright Honolulu Boy and Beautiful
Georgia Girl United.
Quiet Wedding of John H. Wilson f
Olyre GrllDn at Pnnahou Rev. H. H.
Parker Officiates -Feast, Music, Etc.
Mr. John H. Wilson and Miss
01ye Griffin were married at tho
residenco of Mr. Geo. P. Dnnlnn..
superintendent of tho Onhu rail
way, in uiucuam stroat.l'unanon,
yostorday ovening. Eov. H. H.
Parker folfiunizcd tho happy
contract in the presence of thirty
or forty relatives and intimato
frionds of the parties. Cantain
T. H. Petrio, N. G. H.,was best
man, and Miss Lottio Mac
Ginnes, cousin of tho bride, tho
brido9maid. Mr. J. A. Griffin,
brothor of the bride, gavo her in
During the ceremony -the
couple stood undornoath the
American and Hawaiian dim
drapod in tho portioro archway.
" iiuo notu uiofjuauu 111
tracory over tho bunting, and the
rooms wero set about with potted
plants. A tine supper was served
by J. W. Chapman, the famous
caterer, at an early hour. Im
mediately after tho couplo wore
pronounced "man and wife," the
Hawaiian auintetto club on tlm
verandah, gavo forth a burst of
ouortly after ton o'clock tho
young couple drove to their now
uomu a haudsomo cottage in
Colleeo street never linfnrn ncnu.
pied receiving tho time-honored
salute of thrown rico at thoir de
parture. MoBt of tho guests aud
the musicians cscortod tuom. Aflnr
drinkinu tho health of Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson, thn nnmnnnu rliu.
persed with the most hearty part
Many valuable, wedding cjfta
wero seen at uotu nouses. Ouo
that attracted much admiring at
tention was a Bilk patch work quilt,
tho handiwoik of Mrs. Townsond.
grandmother of tho groom. It
was wrought in symmetrical do
signs, including somo of tho Wil
son ancestral emblems.
The groom is a Honolulu boy,
son of Mr. 0. B. Wilson. Aftor
good schooling in tho local institu
tions, he attended Stanford Uni
versity and thence graduated
about tbreo years ago as a civil
engineer. Shortly aftorward ho
returned home and forming a
partnership with Mr. Whitehouse,
a fellow-lradunt. Ilia firm inlrn.
duced its skill to the nublio
throuoh huildincr thn nennin rnp.fi
over the Nuuanu pali. Of quiet
out gonial apposition, gentleman
ly demeanor aud fino nrofHSHiminl
instincts, he is liked and respect
ed by all acquiiintincos.
Mrs. WilHon's family bolong to
Georgia. Some time ago they re
moved from Munroo in that State
to Oakdalo, California. The
father is a voteran of the gray,
having served under Colonel J.
H. Blount. Mr. Griffin, the bride's
brother who acted thu patriarchal
rolo at tho marriage, was a Stan
ford chum of the groom. Tho
brido is a charming and whole
Borne looking type of Southern
beauty and gentle manner. Sbo
has quite fascinated all who havo
met her sinco she first stopped on
Hawaiian soil yesterday morning.
Miss MacGinnus the brides
maid is a young Scotswoman, and
tbo companion of the brido com
ing hither. The nauio given for
hera yesterday was ou error for
which tho papor was not rospon
Biblo. Conscience Force Ilrpcntancr,
Washington. Anril 4. Thn Ran.
retary of tho Treasuiy today re
ceived in au envelope postmarked
New York throe SlUOO bills, which
came as an iuolosure in tho fol
Tho inolosod belongs to tho
United States Treasure. flnn.
scionco demands its return. God
knows the name and tho Bin.
WANT Ad. Cost 60
Splendid Earthquake Proof Building
to be Erected.
Thoroughly Modern BulldlniJ for Stores and
Offlces Ffre Proof Yault and Safe
Bids Wero nnnnnrl vnninrrlnn
n :. .. r . -" j
uuurnouu ior tue construction of
tho business block nf w n p.in
cook .fe Co., Ltd., at Hilo. Thoy
wero as follows:
Owns $ 33,089
F. Harrison 37 ci)3
J. Oudcrkirk 33.00 1
J. P.Logan 28.973
Richly & Bussell 26,570
The lowest biddor will receive
tho contract subject to filing the
Hilo will have in the Peacock
block an edifice second to nono in
Honolulu BR rnonrrla nnnnaronno
In construction nothing at the ca
pital will bo nearly as substantial
j. u. JLrapuagcn is tuo archi
tect. His nlnnR nlinnr ofi-onl altera
tions of pprfect symmetry and rare
grace. Tho block will front G6
foot on Wainnpnnn atrnaf nnrl ll'l
foe ton Bridca street. On tl.n fm.
qr is the main outranco, somewhat
like that of the Judd block hero
with a spacious voatibnle. Door
ways and windows aro all round
ThorO aro to he fivn nlnno nn
tho uround floor. Tlmt in H,.
corner is to bo made suitnhlo for
bank promises, with fireproof vault
uuni iu originally, it le tue in
tention of Messrs. Peacock to put
into tho bmlilinrr nhmif inn0r
deposit boxes for tho couvonionco
01 iuo uiio pcopio.
Upon the SOCOIld flnnr uill hn 17
offieos, whioh may bo rented en
sotto or siuj-ly. Sanitary plumb
liter conruninnRnR will Lnn.nl.,
provided ou both floors. Thu iu
aide finish throughout will be in
northwest pin3 aud of atyle very
much like that of tho Judd block.
The building it to be thorough
ly earthquake proof, the Btructuro
virtually brickwork in a oae of
Bteol. Jb'our couipleto layers of
angle stool are to be built into the
walls, bound together through
every column with vertical steel
rods. Tho construction will thore
foro bo a complete combination of
brick and steel. First olass con
struction in every detail is requir
ed by tho specifications.
Dead Gaardlan'a AcoollnU.
In the matter nf tlm nainta nt
James Hoare, an oral decision has
been given by Judge Stauley. Ho
sustains tho ploa in bar to tho de
murror, giving respondent tr-n days
to file his answer. The thing at
issue was a petition to m'lA thn
cuardiau through Inn rvnnnti-
John F. Col hum, tn lilo accounts'.
Kinney, Ballou & MoOlanalian for
petitioner; Lorrin Audrowa for
Fifty-ono voters wore rogistored
at tlio Honolulu station up to
noon. The registrars had not
yet received any notification re
garding the now form nf oath.
ROYAt, BAKINQ fOwDiW CO , NEW YORK. ,
AN INJUNCTION FILED
Seeks to Get Back His
Sets Forth Several Points San Thai ni.
Hind Was Clouded When He Arrived In
Honolulu Tenders the $5,000.
An injunction wna filn,l in ll.n
Circuit Court today by Magonn &
billiman. representing Young Heo,
against Goar, Lansiug & Co. Do
fondant sets forth Bevoral pointB,
tho most important of which aro
That in Fobruary of 1891 he
was taken vory ill at his homo in
Wailuku and that ho came to Ho
nolulu for medical treatment, re
maining hero for sovrral mouthn
and then roturning again to Wai
luku. That upon his roturn to Wailu
ku in Mnv nf 1fi11 hn m.
deed of all bis property wherever
Bimateu in mo JUawanan Is anda.
to J A MnCOOn to bn hnlrl lio dim
upon certified truBts therein ox-
piessed and that legal titlo of land
and property on the Inland nt Mn.
ui is now in tho said J A Manoon
by virtue of Baid deed and that J
oiu uocu is now on tile in tlio
Reoistor Officp, Oahu.
liaat in 1897 he found that ho
Was not mittinrr nnn Vinttnr on.l
- o--' o J " Willi
decided to return to bin nniivn
country to recover his health, if
That hn did nnt Hinn t.:
health and dpcided not to mlnm
to tho inlands if ho could sell his
property in thia nnnntrv Ti,t
he WmtO to W. T. TtnViinor...
UlVlnc? lllm nnwnr nf ullnmnu ...
askiuu: him to try to prooure a
purchaser for his lands ou Maui.
inat Kobmson did not enem to
be ablo to do anything with tbo
land and that ho deoidoJ to ro
turn to tho Inlnnrlri in ntlnnrl fit
the matter himnnlf Tlmt l,oln.n
leavrag bb rectiirccha' letter fiorit
uouinson advising him to do
nothing about the land to make vo
contract with nny party or parties
uutil ho bhould return to Wailu
That upon his arrival in theltio'moutha ou tho tuiil.
tX T rt n n ! A I J . 1 lilt t
do Janeiro on April 4, in addition
to his chronic illues, ho wbb sea-
Hick and so dizzy and weak that
ho could barely stand up. That
uis mind wbb clouded and thot I10
was utterly unfit for tho transac
tion ot business.
. That on tho inorninc of tho filh
botwoon the hoars nf 7 n R wliiln
lie was ia tho aot of drossing, be-
iuio uo uuu a cnanco to consult
witii anyono and whilo still stick
and dizzy and cloudod and bo
wildored in his miud, Eobiuson
appeared at his huuso in company
witb Morisrs. Gear nnrl T.nnai.,,,
Thit in their possession wbb a pa'
purreuciy 10 ue signed, by wliioh ho
was to bind hl'manlf tn thn !..-
fendants for the sum of $130,000 to
sen lanai in Kaunaula uud all his
iut-rfht iu thoSnillin nstufn nil .st
whioh lands aro included i'n tho
deed of Trunt to J. A. Magoon.
That ho pleaded fur timo and
told defendants he had onteml
into negotiations with W. H.
Oornwell about tho land in ques
tion. That Raid Robinson assured him
tho $50,000 was tho vory bighoiit
price that could bo obtained, try
ing to frighton him into signing
by telling him that bo bad bolter
Hccopt the proposition on tbo spot
or he might never again bo offoiud
tho mmo price.
That ho did sign then and there,
fearing that if ho delayed, ho
might lose monoy.
That, in view nf Mm nnijims f
Robinson, be believes that he war
conspiring and did conspito with
Mossra, Gear and Lansingto ob
tain the property in question.
That no questions abent his
wifo in China woro asko.l and
that tLero was no intirr ' i n 01
notice to him that it vmild be
uecossary to procuro Lor sig
nature Continued on Pago 8.
Brooch was Brought
to the Bulletin OTHce
Pjuoh 5 Ohnts.
WILLIE CORN WELLINALASK1
Tells Hardships Overcome While on
Says Weather Is SomrtlnKi Yen Cool A
Night's Rest In the Snow With Djgs
lo Keep Him Warm.
The following lottor from Wilt'
Cornwoll, now in Han Francisco,
was received by the Australia
San FrauoNco, March 31, '99.
D-ar Sir: Of ennr-tn inn Lnnu
August Conradt mid 1 wro intor-
OHiod in tuenteam dunlger "Daw
son City" which, at the nreaont
time, is ou a send bar on tho
Yukon nvor, a bundled miles
below Rnmnart Clitv. ir;n.i;n..
tho captain had uo iutontion of
moving hor, August and 1 decid
ed it WOUld t)0 tintlor In nnt
iMinook whoro thorn wan anmn.
thiuR to bo done, ho wo left on
Oclobsr 1, 1893, vnrking our way
up 011 one of the nver steauiors.
Arrivmc at iMinook-ho i.n.( nili;n
EaRaio who gathered us into hi
fold. AVa inlmPllinlnltr atnrtn.l
in to Idaho claims. I then dcoid
ed to raHko the trip out over tho
ico 00 on to git in n stock of sup
plied for nxl win (or. I loft
Minook January 12, 1899, and
lifter a loon laud trip, reached
Uawuor), March 7. I havo not
time to go iuto details but I can
tell ou that I do not waut to
make it again. Mt of tho way
below Dawson I hud to break ray
own trail with snow hIiocs aud, on
one occasion, it turned oo cold I
had to get into my jloi'ping bag
and .io out iu snow, making a,
mealoffot crackers. However, I
waajnst aa warm it 4 if I was in n
cabin ntt thedogu ctmoand spread
thuiimnlves out till around me.
My trip from Dawson out was n
very enjoyable ont . It was dur
iiur tho month nf 'M .1 t-..l. n.,,1 (l.
'wt-nther va buautiful. tho tem
perature being about live degrees
bolow zoro. 1 made 72'railPB in a
day and never le. thau 4fi. I
rmiohod kngway the 23d of
aJiiuii, bjing iinl ubout two
'JLhO Coldest WPIltlu rernni-Linio.!
was about G3 degree balow zero
and iitodlo8B to say, it was quita
Several strikeo havo been mado
at Minook aud it promises to bo
good camp this coming winter.
Up to tho timo I left we had dono
vejy little work on tha claims but
Conradt was to start work on our
gold pan So. 13 u few days after
Our bench clainio wo know to
bo good uud this giound was dia-
rnvurml hv nnn nt TV..;.).
I( . . ,j whu ifc uiiodiu a
mou so wo had Gut choice of thn
ground. Ou the claim bolow ua
aB lngli as seventy-five cents to
tho pun has been taken out and as
thero are from four to five parts of
gravel, it is easy to work.
Eassie, H'opkius, Conradt,
Manor, Grace, Finney aud Coko
ley wiah to bo reioiimbered to all
friouds. 1 have nn limn tn writn
more and hopo that this will give
you an idea of what our trip baa
been po Tar.
Youih very conlially,
War. H. CoitNwciJi, Jn.
rune aitApc criam or TAHTa rowem
Highest Honors, World's Fnlr
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair
ATnltl Iliklni; romlrra oanUlnlnc
alum. Ihoy 11 ro liijurluu. to haalla