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HONOLULU, H. L, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1899.
Pkiob 5 Oknts.
The New Bank. 8
g F. M. Hatcli and Cecil Brown are
Si preparing the Incorporation papers
M for the new bank that Is ultimately
fe llitended to become, under the terri-
W? i I - l Iiah InnilfrMmt
lonai EovemmciH wireu iwuunuiuw
ed, the First National Bank of Ha
waii.. There will be five directors
to elect from among local sharehold
ers. It Is expected that the stock
will be opened for subscription on
Monday or Tuesday, and further
that It will all be taken up within
forty-eight hours. The allotment
for local subscription of the million
total Is three hundred thousand dol
Omcer Toma Injured.
Offieor Toma waBvery badly in
jured in an accident on King
etroot Into yesterday afternoon ana
now lies at tbo Queen's hospital,
hard I v nblo to move.
Toma started out shortly after
lunch to hunt for some runaway
Japaneso laborers. When ho got
to a place on the road near Neu
mann's unon returning to town
Nick Broham's sulky camo along.
Toma jumped outoE tho car in
which ho was riding and called
out to tho driver who stopped to
give him a lift. As ho was getting
into the sulky, tho horso bolted
and threw Toma out. Tho officer
struck on tho back of the head,
narrowly nvortiug a fracture. He
nlao injured his spine. Tho poor
fellow was knocked sonsoloss but
came to in a short tirao. Ho was
carried into Paul Neumann's yard
and odo of tho Hod Gross doctors
who happened to bo in tho car
from which Toma bad jumped, at
tended to tbo injured man. Dr.
Qarvin arrived a little later and
assisted in making Toma as com
fortable as possible. Ho was re
moved to tho hospital in tho patrol
No decision as to power, etc,
has boon raaobed by tho Rapid
Transit Go. directors. Thoy will
hold anothor meeting on Tuesday.
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
YOU'LL FIND THEM AT
WAVCRLUV IJLOCK, UllTIIEL BTKUtiT
nutubllBhcil 1881 Lcadcra 1800
et oewerngc construction.
Advertisements were forwarded to
San Francisco In the America Maru's
mall, calling for tenders for the con'
structlon of the entire sewerage sys
tern of Honolulu, telegrams go
forward to Nesv York, announcing
tne can tor tenuers. i ne auvenise- ii
ment will also appear In Honolulu. J
AH of the material, together with the
plant and fittings for which bids a
were opened the other day, will be W
furnished by the Hawaiian Govern- g
ernment to the contractors for con- 8
The Homo Bakery is a pro
gressive institution. Tho proprie
tors havo deoidod that dnring the
Janot Waldorf theatrical soason
thoy will mako apodal arrango
raonts to successfully cator to
thoatro parties requiring suppor.
Additional night waitorsbavo been
engaged and elegantly furnished
privato rooms artistically fitted
up to accommodate four, six,
eight or twelve porsons. Tho
Homo Bakery will have on band
real green turtlo soup, Eastern oys-
tersj pigoons, cuickons, duck and
venison, also California and native
vegetables and fruits, ico creams
and ovory dolicaoy tbo market
affords. Tho establishment will bo
opon all night. Residents or vis
itors will find this an elegant and
enjoyable aftor thoatro resort
equal in appointment to the most
modorn American housos of a like
kind. Those wishing special sup
pers would do well to previously
acquaint tho managemont by
ringing np tolephono out).
An orchestra of sovon pieces
will assist at thoOrphoum tonight.
Every man in a picked muBioian,
as Mr. Desky wants only the best
for patrons of tho placo.
37ic Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
AN ELOPEMENT ALLEGED
Sensational Cross Bill in Boiba Di
Young Hee Wants First Say la Dispute with
Gear & Lansing Guardianship of
Judgo Perry has appointed
Mrs. Pattio Borgor guardian ot
her four minor childron.
A cross complaint has been
filed by libelle'o in "Iho'clivorco
caso of Maria Qloria Dorba vs.
ManXiel Joaquin Borba. It is
alleged that tho libellant, imme
diately aftor tho hearing of tho
motion for alimony on April 3,
eloped in tho steamer to Wailnku
with Jose Souza Valento. Fur
ther, that Valente and sho woro
arrested at Wailuku for adultery,
and that Yalonto was convicted
and fined S30 and costs, whilo tho
woman forfeited bail of $20.
In Pipiilani vs. Goo. Hough
tailing, tho plaintiff has by stipu
lation withdrawn from the filos
the agroemont of defendant to
pay annuity to plaintiff. Mogoon
& Silliman for plaintiff; Ghas.
Oroighton for defendant.
In Gear & Lansing vs. Young
Hoo, defendant by bis attorneys,
Magoon & Silliman, files a motion
to havo his cross suit in equity
beard before tho suit of plaintiff
against bim. F. M. Hatch and
Geo. D. Gear, attorneys for plain
tiffs, fllo a demurror to Young
leo s complaint.
Walaliia Chinaman Pound Guilty.
Leong Tai, a brother of tho rich
Waialua Chinaman, Ah Ohu by
name, was fined $200 and costs in
tbo Polico Court this morning on
the charge of unlawful possession
of opium. Ah Ohu was tho first
man arrested on this charge by
Deputy Marshal Ohillingworth
and others. It was found later
that this Chinaman waB not run
ning tho store in which a lot of
opium was found. Loong Tai
was tho manager and ho was ar
rested lator. Tho caso has boon
appealed. Attorney Robortson
appearod for the dofendant.
A New Secretary.
E. O. White, acting as secreta
ry and treasurer of E. O. Hall &
Sou, Ltd., will resign the former
position at a meeting to bo hold
on Thursday of noxt week to cleat
his successor. At previous moot
ings of direotors of tho corpora
tion it sometimes trans
pired that it was impossible
to get a quorum, Mr. White hold
ing two positions being only onti
tlod to ono vote, so it wiib deter
mined to take in another director
and oflicor. E. li. Paris will
probably succeed Mr. Whito as
Harbor LlffUt Changed.
Hilo peoplo and mastors of ves
sels froquenting Hilo bay aro ex
orcised over a ohaugo of light.
Superintendent W. E. Rowell
changed tho Paukaa light from
wuito to greon without tho usual
"Notice to Mariners" at homo and
abroad, which all civilized govern
ments givo in such cases. It is
said that this aotion was not even
reported by tho Suporintondont of
Publio Works to tbo Minister of
tbo Interior. Besides the danger
from having tho light changod un
known to navigators, there ia no
worso color in tho spootntm for a
coast light than groon sbN mari
ners will toll anybody.
M'alllnc for Ilfpljr.
Tho Government ib awaiting an
anBWor from E. O. Shoroy,
chemist of tho Kohala Sugar Co.,
to tho offer of tho position of
Food Inspector for Honoluju.
Iu tho Polico Oourt this morn
ing, eight paikau pluyors woro
lined $1 and coBts on tho clinrgo
of gambling. Young Yai was
finod $1 ami coats on tho oburgo of
Boiling foreign goods without a
UP TO PACIFIC HEIGHTS
Rapid Progress Being Hade Building
S Kalulanl Boulevard.
Be Scenic Driveway Solid and Strong
andSafe Grade Easier Than
I Punchbowl Road.
Soniettroad building that must
astonishtho authorities is seon in
thomakijig of tho Kaiulani Boule
vard. iSfcth for solidity and spood
of construction it is an object les
son to our government road build
ors. IrJB only a fow wcoks since
tho work began, as was announced
in this paper at tho timo. Today
throe-quarters of a mile is graded
almost fit to roceivo tho surface
coating .of stone, although blast
ing ha9 jhad to bo dono at closo
intervals rand a stono retaining
wall built all the way.
Ghas. S. Desky having given a
isoLLETiN.man a lift in his buggy
coming iuio iowu mis morning,
on a sadden thought drove him
oat to soe the road building opera
tions. Thi boulevard opens from
Ghas. Booth's private road a fow
yards from tho Pauoa road, at the
junction of tho projected Fort
street extension. As well known,
tho thoroaghfaro loads to Pacific
Heights, tho residence tract boing
devoloped by Bruco Waring &
Co.. tho firm of which Mr. Desky
is manager. It is to bo macada
mized for a width of thirty feot.
Tho grado ib only botwoon fivo
and bix in tho hundred, or from
one to two poroont easier than the
Running along tho hillsido
overlooking Pauoa valley and fao
ing tbo north sido of Pnnohbowl,
tho roadled-is buttressed with a
stono wall 'from four to nine foot
high. Wbero it is not quarried
out of rook the wholo substructure
is composed of brokon rock, mak-J
ing a nignway that will never
want aught but surfaco ropairs.
Abou,t two hundred men aro em
ployed in sovoral gangs on tho
Only a fow yards from tho en
trance ib traversed until tho viow
of the oity and environs, with tho
harbor and ocean beyond, bogina
to grow npon tho sight. At the
outer limit ot whoro ground ia
thus far broken, an elovation of
about 2G0 feet is roaohed. From
there tho blue sea appears on
oithor sido of Punchbowl, the
crest of Diamond Head looms up
over the opposite ridgo, the won
drous patchwork of Pauoa valley's
taro plantation lies at the foot, and
tbero is a grand picturo of the om-
Dowereu ouy in ironi.
It is not difficult to climb'up
over tho yot unimproved ground
to tho natural terraces sweeping
to the summit ridges from which
is commanded tho viow of Nuuanu
valley on tho other sido. Idoal
sites for home villas aro hero wait
ing on every hand for solection by
applicants in thoir turn. Some
commanding knolls aro already
subject to strong competition. Up
thoro tho nir.is romarkably clear
and refreshing. Both winds and
rains aro checked by tbo summit
ridges. Guava bushes with ex
ceptionally largo fruit ripening,
cacti and lantana, besides a rioh
grassy turf, attest high fertility of
Unless a difficult filling at tbo
ontranco causa delay, in auothor
wook a carriage may bo driyon up
tuo roau noariy a muo. xi is easy
enough walking now, and a lovely
pionio ground will bo found on tho
boigbtB ovon in tho rough.
l'ill Contract AIumlont!.
It is roportod that ClmH. 13.
Dwight has thrown up tho con
tract for tho now road to tho Pali
because ho was sinking monoy in
it, Also, that tbo Govorninont is
oinnlovlnc Mr. Dwight to con
tinuo work on tho road out of tho
gonornl road monoy,
A WATER FRONT RUNAWAY
Wm. Larsen, of Union Express Co.,
Narrowly Escapes Death
Caught by i
, Bolt on Pole of Dray
the Horse's Neck Thrown
to One Side.
Wm. Larsen of tho Union Ex
press Co. was undoubtedly born
under a lucky star. Ho camo vory
closo to mooting his death near
tho old fishmarkot wharf this
morning and was only saved by a
chance blow from a horeo's kno'e.
Larson was rounding tho cornor
of tho California Feed Company's
building on a wheel whon he saw
a runaway team of horsos attach
ed to a dray which ho recognized
as his own. Tho dray was laden
with three tons of pips and thoro
was no driver on the scat to check
Larson saw what damage tho
runaway toam could do if some of
tho prinoipal stroets wore reached
and it did not tako bim loog to
act. Jumping directly in front of
tho horses, ho threw up his hands
to frighton tho animals into stop
ping and giving bim a chance to
do something. As ho did this, his
coat sleovo caught on tho bolt at
tho end oE the polo and Larson
was lifted into tbo air directly in
front of tho horses. Seoin'g his
danger, ho grasped the collar of
ono of tho animals and did his
boat to bang on. As luck would
havo it, his sleovo was frocd from
the bolt.by tho jolting of tho pololgorry that tho inarriago had takon
anu ai mo buuio uiuu, uuu ui wiu
horses hit him a heavy blow in
tho ribs which sent him off to tho'
sido clear of nil danger. Ho had ,
cono about ton yards. !
Tho' horses continued up Nuu
anu street smashing a native's
hack and ono of tho delivery
wagons of the Consolidated Soda
WorkB on tho way. At tho cor
ner of Hotel and Nuuanu streets,
Tom Whito ot tho Peoplo's Ex
press Co., succeeded in stopping
the animals. About a ton of tho
pipo was distributed along Nuu
TODAY'S ItACi:. '
Tho sports will all be out at
Kapiolani park this aftornoon.
Tho match race between Direct
ress and Violin will tako placo at
3 o'olook sharp. Jack Gibson
will drive tho former horse
and Jim Qainn tho lattor.
Jjast evening tbo bots wore
two to one on Directress. That
horso is a little the favorite
still today, but odds aro not froe
as thoy woro last ovouing. Yiolin
has not won a race sinco her first
appoaranco on tho track here.
However, it cannot bo said that
Jim Quinn has evor backed out.
Ho has gono into overything, still
thinking that his horso would win
the next raco. Tho match today
may prove tho next raco aftor all.
Four Cltlnamon 1'lnril.
The caso of tho four rostaurant
mon for assault and battery on
Lchua Eona last Wednesday,
camo up for trial in tho Police
Court this morning. Judge Da
vidson appearod for defendants.
Tho wituosseB for tho complaining
witness tostiuea mat tuo Uuiua
mon did commit an assault and
that diihos were thrown, making
tho out ovor tho eye of tho nntivo.
Tho Cinnamon all testified that
thoy had soen nothing oxcopt tho
nativo running after ono of the
Ohinamon after tbo former hd
rofueod to pay teu conts for tho
lunch that ho thought was only
worth fivo. Judgo Wilcox snid
that tho tostimony of tho Cinna
mon looked rather uunpioioiiii,
Thoy woro ovMnntly not Iling
tho truth, Each wbb sou otioutl
to pay a Quo of $.r ami coats .
A CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE
Peterson, the Yonng
Broker, Is the Groom.
Takes a Bride Without Her Mother's Knowledge-Dr.
Bishop the Officiating
Tho talk of tho town today has
been the marriage yesterday morn
ing at 10 o'clock by tho Rov. S. E.
Bishop of Mibb Mary Agnes Whito
of Worcester, Mobs., to R. O. A.
Potorson of this city. Tho mar
riage took placo at tho residonco
of Dr. Bishop on School stroot,
tho only witness boiug Mrs. Bier
bach, a lady who lives in closo
proximity to tho Bishop homo.
Mrand Mrs. PetorBon loft in tho
Amorica Maru this morning. Tho
former will bo in San FranciBco
but ya fow days and, upon his re
turn to tho oity, will bring his
Whon sqpn about tho inarriago
this morning, Dr.Bisbop said that
tho couplo wont to his houso at 10
o'clock. Mr. Peterson had tho no
cessary marriage license and
overything looked perfeotly regu
lar. Ho asked no questions but
married tho two. After tho coro
inouy was over Mr. Peterson
asked that nothing bo said about
tho matter for two or three days.
This part ho did not at all liko.
Ho found later that thoro had been
objections on tho part of the
raothor and friends of ths vnuni?
lody and was on that account vory
opi:iia iiousi: toniout.
Xb0 on'y porformanco of
"Twelfth Night," thai dSlightfdl
comedy will bo given tonight at
tho Gpora Houso, and thoBO who
would sco a most oxcellont com
pany of players and a young,
American actress, talentod and'
clover to a degroo.laho'uld not miss
this cbanco. .Next weeks ro
portoiro will sou Janot Waldorf in
four characters that call for tho
vory highest show of talout, and
tho young lady will not disappoint
her admirers. Rosalind in "As
You Liko It;" Beatrico in "Much
Ado About Nothing;" Galatoa in
Pygmalion and Galatea;" and
Paulino in tho "Lady of Lyons"
nre tbo lovoly women sbo will
"Dealing in Sugar Stock; Its
Safety aud Morality," will bo tho
subjoct of a proludo to Rev. W. A.
Uardner's sermon at tbo Christian
church tomorrow night. Tho
topio of tbo sermon will bo
"Riches and tho Kingdom of
Hoavon." At 11 a. in. ho will
talk about "Sympathy."
Tho A J Fuller finally got away
for Hilo this morning. Tho cap
tuin considers that ho is vory
lucky to got nway as soon as ho
has, for troablo in tho matter of
gotting men has remained right
with him for many days.
Thoro was no Exocutivo Coun
cil this morning.
a punt cnurt cucau or tartan rowotn
Highest Honors, World' Fair
Gold Mednl, Midwinter Pair
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