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THE KAHUKU MURDER TRIAL
THE MAUI SUGAR COMPANY
Boforo Judgo Perry this morn
ing indictments wero presented
for tbo mordor of Ohoo Foon
Winn at Kahuku. Oabn, on March
2(5 laitt, ogainBtYamaneNencbiio,
lhara Iohlgnrn, Osaki Maukichi,
Danjiro Yahichi and Fujimoto
A. G. M. Robertson for tbo de
fendants .moved to quash the in
dictment on various grounds.
Afior argument tbo motion was
Mr. Robortaon noted exceptions
to tho ruling, and tbon moved that
Daujiro Yahichi bavo a separate
trial. This also waa deniocl, ex
rnnlinna beincr acain tinted.
Tbo livo delendanla tbeu pleaded
cot entity and their trial waa Bet
Judge Stanley waa occupied all
morning witb L. Ablo va. Win.
Henry et al., from yeatorday. The
jury retired a little nfterl2 o'clock
to consider tbeir verdict. In a
few minutes they returned with u
verdict for defendants, two dia
Judne Perrv donied the motion
for a new trial of Chock Chung,
convicted ofsellinc liciuor with
out licouBO at Waianae. Excep
tions wero noted. Sentenco waa
given of a fine of $100 and $18.60
TK A MCA n ORIVBIl UTRIKE.
ELIHU THOMSON IN TROUBLE
A now sugar planting corpora
tion has been quietly promoted to
tho point of organization ontiroly
among the leading Chinese bust
Wonc Owai. second Chinese
Vica Consul, and T. Kat Poo,
manager of the largo bouse of
Wing Wo Chan Co., are the chief
The corporation will be called
the Maui Sugar Company. Its
capital slock it to bo $250,000
divided into 10,000 shares of 425
eaoh. Tho first asxPSBinent will be
25 percent, or $G 25 a sharp, paya
bio on Juno 25, when tho incorpo-
rnlinn tkes nlaCQ.
Huolo, Mhiii, is tbo sito or the
new plantation, xno promoters
have 1500 acres of land at pro
sour, with 2000 acrps more secur
ed to them. It !b tho best of sugar
cane land, adjoinpr Ktboi planta
tion and having the same water
resources. Fifty acres wero planted
six months ago and tho oane is in
Altoiinh tho orioinal sharebold-
erB are all Chinese, the largest ooo
being Wong Qai, it U learned
that the shares will be available
on tue Rtocic maricei auer orgam
zation of the company.
Broko her Shift About 520 Miles Away
Had Luck lu Meet Senator Bound far Honolulu
Twelre of the Crew Taken OH
PROSPECTUS OF NEW BANK
Subscriptions Open Monday for First
American Bank of Hawaii.
$300,000 of Stock Reserved for Honolulu
Subscribers Out of First Issue of
$500,000 Liberal Proportion Is
WAILOKU WATER WORKS
The drivers of tho Tramcar
Company who struck for higher
pay slato that they nro grossly
misrepresented by tbo statement
in tbia morning's paper. Tbe men
Bay I hoy wero nettinc 15 centa an
hour and struck for a raise ot fivo
ceutB, thud making their pay '.0
cents as received by othor drivors.
Eleven men made the demand for
tbo bibber wge aud two stable
men refused to take out "cars" this
morning, preforring to givo up
tboir potiitiouB rather than work
for tho low rate.
Thero is a etowaway aboard tbo
Garonne. Ho is a n.ero boy.
The Government has bought
Judgo J. W. Kalua's small kule
aua at tbe head of lao valley, bo
aa to secure its valuable water
tight for tbo Wailuku and Kalm
lui Water Wmks system. On
Monday tho Exccu ivo Council
will deliberate upon the projected
syfatem, as reported upon by En
gineer Taylor and Superintendent
ot Publlo Worka-Rowell.
The Spnator brought tho news
of trouble that the Bteamehip
Elihu Thomson mot with wh-n
about 520 roileB from Sun Finn-i
oisco. Tho Senator sighted her at
4:21 o'clock on tk-i morning ol
April 30. Shu was living a signal
of distress and very soon a boat
was sent off to tbo senator. It
was learned that at 1:15 on tbe
same morning, tue JMiuu mora
eon bound from tbia port to San
Francisco, broko her shaft and
lost her wheel. Tbo weatbor was
not bad at tbo time but the
Thomson had been experiencing
a series of Load winds aud rongb
weather all the way to tho place
whero she wad met by the Senator.
As the Thomson was not in
any immediate danuor, being some
491 mtlea from the Farratones,
tho captuin felt that immediate bb
sistauce was not necessary. He
would drift alone until tbo Moana
should come along. However, tbo
following were taken aboard tbe
8enator in tbe hope that tbe Mo
ana would bo mot witb: Purser O.
E. Bryaut; Steward G. Ellis; S.
Fullmer, a passenger; JN. ttalver-
Bon, John l'etersnu, L MuEay, H
Gusterson, w A 1'ierre, 1' a
Snider, O Oleon, Arthur Ritte-
mever and Julm Brown, members
of tho crew. She Senator met the
Tbe Coroner's Jury in the case
of the Portuguese killed at Eame
bameba tbe othr day is in session
in the Deputy Marshal's olBoo bb
tbe Bulletin goes to press.
The followlnc nrosoectus of the First
American Bank of Hawaii Is nubllshcil fov
Col. Georee Macfarlane:
The entire cnnltal havlnt? been miamn-
teed, the Syndicate will make an absolute
pro rata allotment, when the closed list
ruches San Francisco.
The list for applications for shares will
rpen Monday. MavSth. at to a. m..and
close on or before Tuesday. May gth, at j
p. m.. at the office of Cecil Brown. CamD-
bell Block, Merchant street.
THE FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF
With a Proposed
" CAPITAL OF ft, 000,000.00.
Divided Into 10,000 of f too each, and
authority to Increase to J s.ooo.ooo. Cap
ital, now Invite subscriptions from Ho
nolulu public at par.
For a part of their first issue of I500,-
000.00 (which has been received for Ho
nolulu subscribers, the remainder having
been allotted to San Francisco). Payable
50 per cent within thlrtv davs after nlltit-
ment and the remainder In 2 percent In
stallments as required.
ranted application manus ana prospec
tuses can be obtained at the office of Cecil
A deposit of s per cent on the amount
of stock applied tor, must accompany each
application, and If the shares allotted be
less than the number applied for, the sur
plus of the amount paid on deposit will be
applied towards the amount due on allot
ment, and when no allotment is made the
deposit will be retutned in full.
The First American Bank of Hawaii
will be Incorporated as a temporary organ-
Ntllnn frtf H mirnrttfa nf rtrrtrinrr fin fi
eeneral banking business in these Islands
and (pending the adoption by the United
btates Congress of suiii laws as win per
mit the establishment of a "First National
Bank" In Honolulu) will act a the fiscal
agents of the U. S. Government in the Ha
waiian islaius, anil later, wnen org'inuej
as the First National Bank of Hawaii, un
der a charter secured, and to be r.'anted tn
Perry Heath and associates, tue djiik win
become the Depository of the United States
Government for Its customs and other
revenues In these Islands, and also Imme
diately be.ome a Bank of Issue of United
States National Gold Notes. The original
shareholders of the first orginlzatlun will
receive stock at pir In the First National
Bank of Hawaii wh-n established, In pro
portion to their holdings at the time of the
transfer of the latter bank to the former.
It Is the Intention of I he syndicate
when the First National Bank is'formcd,
to incorporate as an adjunct tn said Insti
tution a Savings Bank and Trust Compa
ny, and stockholders In the First Americ
an Bank will have preference, or priority,
as subscribers to same, over intending
A majority of the members of the Board
ot Directors will De selected irom nonn
lulu stockholders, but New York and San
Francisco will each have a representative
on said Board.
The following (if more convenient for
nut of town applicants) mav be cut out,
filled up, and sent entire to the attorneys
of the bank, at 214 Merchwt street, to
gether with a remittance of five dollars for
OHIO AND SENATOR IN PORT
Former Got Here Last Night, Latter
Thirteenth Infantry Aboard Col. A. T. Smltti
la Command Has Headquarters on
each share applied for.
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Honolulu, may otn, woo.
Aeent for Syndicate.
This form to be sent entire addressed to
Messrs. Cecil Brown and F. M. Hatch,
attorneys for the Company, 214 Merchant
street, with the deposit, and the receipt
will be forwarded:
THE FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.
Capital $1,000,000 (One Million Dollars.)
Divided Into 10,000 Shares of jtoo (One Hundred Dollars) each.
FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SHARES.
Moaua nt G o'clock on tbo morn
ing of May 2. Sbe was spoken To THE FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII,
aud tbe people from tue 1 bom-
son were transferred to her.
The Elihu Thoraxnu's accident
happened in Ion 1323 14 min W
and lat 3i 22 miu N. When the
onplain found that help was nigh
bo utd all the uuueoussary meu
ttken off. Col. A. T. Smith, in
anticipation that the Thomson
might ruu short of provision?,
sent abord a liberal supply. The
Thomson arrived at thin port from
Seattle, via Bilo, Aptil 9 and
sailed again ninet for San Urnn
oUco, April 19. Sho came here
consigned to H Waterbouse & Co.
Tho Transport Ohio, Boggo
cotnmnuuor, arrived late yesterday
afternoon aud tho Senator, Patter- f
son comtnauiier early mm morn-
ing. Tho Senator would bavo
been in ltst night but fur tho fact
that she met with the dinahled
Elihu Thomson nnd was delayed
for about oiyht honm. Tho two
traunp-iiU have aboard tho Thir
teenth UuitedSlutos Infantry. Col.
A. T. Smith, who is in onmmand
of the expedition is on tbo Sena
tor. The Ohio in at the PactGa.
Mxil and the Senator nt tho
Cseauio wharf. They aro both
busy taking on coal and will get
away for Manila 00 Monday.
to tho Uuio are Comnanit-a H. V.
E, K, L and M (GG0 men) and 75
recruits for different commands in
tbo Philippine. Captain J. H.
H. Peshtro is in command of the
troops aboard the Ohio. Tho
other oflioTB nro hh follows:
Capts M B Saffold, W Geary
and S L H'aison; Firat Lleu's E B
Qoao, P E Piorce, L H IWh (ad
jutant), O 1 Paiuo and U E No
lan; b coud Jjieuls H W U leman. J
P O Clark, II A Kohisulmn and f
1' M bohatfr-r; lru Ueckiuan and
SlalTord aro the surgeons aboaid.
Litout. D 1-J JNotau of tbo Tbir
teouth Infantry i-i the Quarter
master iu chnrue of the Ohio.
In the Senn'or are Cnmpnniea
A, U, Jb U, H and 1 (CGJ men)
awl UJ rooruita for various O'ltn
uni.u.u. mBilJ1 .n tUe Philippines. 0oi A.
Having paid to your attorneys the sum of f Deposit on shares ,T Smith is iu command. Tbo
in your uanKing corporation, 1 request you 10 anot me mai numosroi snares, inr
which, or any less number vou may allot to me. I hereby agree to bee me a sharehold
er In your bank, subject to the memorandum and articles of association, and I authorise
you to enter my name In the register of shareholders accordingly.
Name - Address
Memorandum to be signed by those desiring tn pay up in full:
I hereby deslie to pay up In full on allotment:
If you're looking for the best goods,
strictly modern methods, AND A SQUARE
D IAL all around, you'll find them at
This is tho lost visit of the
'teamor Garonne in the Britisb
Amorican Liuo between Soattle
The steamer Port Albert will
sail from Senttln on June 10.
Thoro will therefore be n ap of
about tlmo week in the main eor
viee. In tb meiutime, however,
either tho Elihu Thomson or a
suhstituto will come in plaoa of a
larger vessel. The company has
a t-o ro of steamers in the Alaskan
Returning this trip the Garonne
will tail at 5 pm. next Tuesday,
going via Hilo. A stay of only
half n day will bo made at Hiln a
the Garonuo is taking quite a
number of passengers who had in
tended going iu tbo delayod Gae
lic. Tbe Orphaam.
This evening by special request
the laughable rib tiokler "A Night
at tho Arlington" will bo repeated
Tbe cast which includes the en
tiro strength of tbo company will
remain tno sarno. Jim rnsi nas
added some new "situations"
which makes tho faroo if possible
MlfB Violet Dale will appear in
an entirely new aut, introducing
the sailor's hornpipo and othor
Miss Myrtle Graham, Billy
Howard, Matt Kofe, Walter Pol
lard aud all the old favorites will
appear The show winds up witb
xoung Du Boll'a wonderful Span
ish riug not.
This receipt will be returned to Applicant, nnd subsequently exchanged for Certificate
FORM OF RECEIPT.
Received of .of
the sum of & ...'. Deposit on application for. ,
of S each In the First American Bank of Hawaii.
$ For the FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII.
IMMIKO AND JULIET TONIGHT.
WAVERLCY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Tbe Defiance is
from tho W G Hill
I Island wharf today.
Tonight'a performance of "Bo
rneo aud Juliot" at the Opora
Hous, will clnsa the regular sea
son of tbe Jauet Waldorf Com
pany, but there will bo two special
performance given uezt week, tho
tirst of which will be in the form
of a farewell testimonial to the
young actros who has won tbe
hearts of all by her clover aud
conscientious work. "Pygmalion
and Galateu" will be tho play in
which she will appear on Tburs
day evening at tun Opora Hoiibq
Tbe second und positively tbe lat
performanco will be givou on the
grounds of Oabu Cnllegn next
Saturday uiht. It will ho ShakeB-
E -are's pastoral play "Ah You Lik
t" aud all tho leading charitable
organizations in tbia city will be
tne. uueuo!ariea llio ladies ol
the different associations will have
charge of all the arraugemout aud
are very enthusiast over their
good luck in secaring Miss Wal
uorf and her splendid company to
givo what will be tho biggest snot
al and theatrical event in tbe his
tory of the city.
Polled Hlmtlon Addition.
Tenders were opened again for
tho polioe station addition, and the
contract was again awarded to iu
It. Thomas, tbe bids boiug: E. B,
Thomas, &6S19; Wm. Dunbar,
$9300; O. H. Paizig, S9890.
1 m -
If vou want a seat at tho Or-
phoum you had hotter book early.
The Garonno'a passenger list
has been inoreatiinc. steadily, 'J bin
trip ihn brings twenty-two. They
aro as follows:
Mrs G W Prtohatd, mother of
W P Priohard, auditor for the
British American Stoimj-hip Com
pany, and Mrs A P Prichard, her
Mrs E W MuGinnk wife of tho
Gouernl Freight and Ticket Auent
of the British-American Liuo who
has b.en ill iu Honolulu.
Mrs Otis Sorniiuo and Miss
Spraoue, wife and daughter of tho
popnlar purser of the Garonne.
Captain E E Oaine aud wife.
Captain Ouino is one of the
wealthiest men in Bohttlo. Ho
has among other things, largo in
terests iu tho shipping ut that
Wm Fink, n weilthy brewer of
8atlle, who is indeutided with
what is known iib Olyrapio beor.
W H Lno of Chicago, a mniuner
nf tho firm of Laird fc Loo pub.
Mrs J Hoover and Miss Hoover
of Spokano Ftll, Wash, R V
Brown, a drnccist of Seattle. Mr
and Mrs Domorgno, J Wiegle,
Mr and Mra H T ObnIT 0 nnd Mr
G B Wright.
Gonrgo Wilson, who has been
Hufforing from a sovere atUck of
gri;, is now convnletcent and nx
pi ota to resume work in n few
1 ther ollicers arn ns follows: ' &I
McFarlaud, Ail in Ian t; PC Harris.
Quattermnster; H W Miller, Bat
ltou Adtiitact nnd CnntatKP 11 u
Styr, Wra L Buck, First Liwuten-
ntitH Ferguson, tl X' llnolkeld. V
R Sample, P B Mnlone, A R Ker
win. Second Liouts A 0 KnowtpB1,
W T Pattor.Drb H I Raymond.G W
Uobcrts, Clias W MittolsUodt nro
the BiigfoiiH in tbsSnitor. Tho
Sohator nauiu baucl of tbo rec
u.ont und tbo lieaiiqUarters and
The Thtrteenih R-giment is
what is known aa the "fiuhtinn
thirteenth." This was one of tbo
commanda that did such brilliant
woik in Cuba during the lato war.
It will ho remembered in connec
tion with tbe famouB charge on
San JuNn hill. Tho royiment ia
fully lecruited at the present tirao
hut thto are n lot of tln brava
follows who fought in Cuba still
in tho ranks of t"o rpoimnut.
Hawaiian -Mrs .1 Hoovor, Misa
Hoover, Spokano; E E Gaine and
wife, Mi W G Pri.-hard, Seattle;
Mia A P P.iolmrd, Mrs Otia
Sprnguo, Mii-B Sprngue, Mm G B
Wright, Mrs G L Holme, Tft
conin: A 1' Chnffeo and wlfo.
Not th Dakota: W'H Lee. Chiongoj 3
Winl'iulc, Ulympta, Wuth; Au- 1
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iiiu wiiJiJ, xviiii'n, xiuiii,
AtlingtoB Mi'sb Timmons.MIsa
K.Tiunnonp, Sho Francisco; M It
Msy,1, New Orleans; AlraGtO),
W-itt, WaiHlna ix'Ss
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Highest Honors, World's Fait
Gold Medal, Alldwlnter Palf
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