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Vol. YI. No. 1217.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1899.
Price 5 Oents.
T- WILL HAVE A SHAM BATTLE
IMPROVE THE ARMY RIFLE
AT INDEPENDENCE -PARK
ALL AMERICA EXPOSITION
POWDER MAGAZINE CHANGE
NO JURY IS .YET IN SIGHT
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Be Known e
The previous arrangemonts in
regard to the flncampmeut of the
National Guard of Hawaii nt Es
mond Grove havo boon changed.
It will 1)0 reraombered that it wbb
tlio firet intention to send the
regiment down, ono battalion at a
timo. The Inter nrraugemout is
that tho regiment Bhall go down
as a whole on tbo 20th returning
on tbo morning of the 22d.
The. most interesting part of thn
whole thing is that it tins beou
pructioally settled thataBham bnt
tlo is to tako nliice. one battalion
against tho other. The information
received in roaard to this ar
rangomont is good ond wliil-s the
men who havo tho oncampm"nt in
charge do not deny that there is
something in the sham battle
rumor, they show a Biugittar incli
nation to say as little about the
mntter as possible
It is certain that tho sham bat
tle will bo a creat drawinc card
for the rnonln of Honolulu who
-will undoubtedly flock to Remond
Grove iu largo crowds to see the
iun. A sham battle is something
that is not seen in Honolulu very
Etch man is to havo thirty
rounds of ammunition and there
-will be nine thousand rou,nds fired
during the battlo. It has not
been decided when tbo battlo will
take place but tho most advantage
ous timo would boSiturday night.
! Now Adjutant'! Clerk.
The Post Odioa ha lost a valu
able man and theAdjutaut's offioent
tho Bnuyalow bus gaiuod ono.
Wm. Kenako who has served as a
-clerk iu thn Post olHco for over a
year took h?s uew post on Monday.
Ho was always one of the most
courteous mou in the employ of
the Post Ollioo and only Mt be
cause his present position is a
There was a dinner at tbo homo
of President and Mrs. Dole last
oveuing. Musicians from tlio
band were in attoudaiia.
Now York, April 20. A special
to the Sun from Washington says:
General A. It. BuftioBtou, chief of
ordnance of the Army, was at the
Springfield arsenal today lookiug
into the proposed improvements
of the Krag Jorgouson rifle, with
which all the troops of tho regular
Array aro now suppliod. An im
portant change that ; has .been pro
posed is tho adoption of a patent
clip which admits of tho feeding
of tho cartridges into the ronga
zino of tbo gun in bunches of tivo
iuatead of ouo by one, as tho sol
dier is now compelled to do. An
other proposed ohange is tho adop
tion of a now Bight. Probably the
most iraportunt ohange ot all ro
latos to an improvement in tho
cartridge, whioh will allow six
cartridges to tho magazine instead
of fivo. The cartridgo now iu use
has at tbo head of the shell a small
rim, which it is. proposed to do
away with and adopt the form of
tbo Mauser bullot, wuicn nas a
small indentation "just below
where tho flange is on the bullot
now iu uso iu tho lvrng-Jorgon-sen.
Improvements Now Baing Hade to
Bnlldiog and Grounds.
lo be la Better Shape Than Ever Iu
creiso la Spies Turoughjul More
Light and Air.
Commissioner Umsled Well Received by
Chamber of Commerce.
CommSttee Appointed lo Devise a Plan of Ex
hibit and Raise the Necessary
A Frultl'M Cliaie.
At about midnight last night
Deputy Marshal Ohillingworth
received a mossago from the capt
aiu in charge at tho polico station.
Ho hurried down and learned that
an informant had repirted two
boxes of opium at Iwilei, Ohil
lingworth hurried out to tho placo.
The hackraan described two very
largo boxes. Tho iuformaut had
it that tho boxes worn a little
smaller and when Ohillingworth
got to the placs ho found two
boxo3 of liclipo nuts.
New Deputy Clrrk.
Fred Iaukea loaves tho post
ofllco to be fourth dputy clerk of
the Circuit Court, First Circuit, in
place of A. P. Taylor, rosigned.
He is a son of Major 0. P. Iau
kea and a popular young Hawaiian.
aKS-SS-SSa By the Australia; feS-gggfeS
Fresh Salmon, Frozen Oysters,
Fresh Cherries, Oranges,
Cream Cheese, in foil,
Gruerchagen's Bon Bons.
A Fresh Stock of Cereals a rid Smoked Meats,
and a general replenishment of our
Fancy Grocery Line.
13y tho ond of next week Inde
pendence Park will blossom forth
again. Mr. Wright, tho owner of
tho pavilion, has boon making ira-
provoraunts that will surpriso tue
oeonle who saw it previous to its
occupancy by the Hick soldiers.
In tho brst place the wliolo
premises has been cleansed and
raado hotter than over. The pavi
lion is being painted both inside
and out. The dancing space iu
tho hall is a fourth again as largo
tho railings behind which were
chairs and benches heretofore
having been removed. Aftor this
it will bo nocossary for those who
sit out dances to take chairs in
stead of the unweildy benches.
Then again tho musical plat
form has been improved. It is
arrancod in a somicirclo so that
tho muBioians may face the leader
Tho lighting and ventilating
of the plajo will ba muoh better
than before. Thero will bo three
times tho light. Mr. Wright in
tends to have forty-six 32 caadlo
power lights in tho hall. There
will also bo throo times as muoh
ventilation and people need never
again compliin of boat iu the
The two dressing rooms willbe
twice as laruo and tho dining
room w.ll hold fifty more p?ople
than before. Tho kitolieu
has a fine new ranao.
Tho pavilion is not tho ou
ly part now being improved. Tho
algnroba treos immediately sur
rounding tho plsce aro being
trimmed so that in tho near
future new growth will muko its
appearanoo and improve greatly
the oiks ot tbo park.
Mr. Wright is giving personal
attention to the work at Independ
ence Park so that it is an assured
fact that tho place will bo fitted up
anew iu tho best poBsiblo shape.
Aiier in 18, uanoes mai aio nuiu
in tbo pavilion will bo twico as
enjoyable There is ono more im
portant fact that hriB not beon
raentionod. A largo lauai for pro
inenaders has boon built just to
tho rear of tho pavilion and may
bo reached by (.imply stepping
out the back door. This is one nf
the best improvements to tho plsco
Heretofore, pro JinindoiB have
been forofd to crow I each other
on tho front boa d wlk ami lauai.
Improvements to Klnau and Llkclikc
Wharves are Antborized.
Rock Crushing Plant lo Be Put Up at
Auction- Kallht Road Must
mere was a meeting ot tue
Chamber of Commerce this morn
ing, nt which tho special Ixifincss
wan relative to the OuiHba Expo
sitinn. Those attending woro J
B Athorton, president: J G Spen
cer, secolury; Consul Gonerol
Haywood, F A Suhnofer, TRiiu
Walker, J F Hnckfeld, W W Hall,
B F Dillingham, J J Egun, II
Fooke, T Olivo Divies, H A Pur
malee, B W Sliinule, E 0 Maofar
lonn ond J H Fishor. W W Dm
sted, Spocial Commissiooor to tho
Hawaiian Islands for the Greater
America Exposition, was present
Mr. Umsted, boiug so requested,
gave the meeting an outline, of the
projoct and the inducements pro
posed to tho Hawaiian Islauds for
entering an exhibit. Tho inform
ation has beon given in tho papers
already. AusweriDg a question,
Mr. Umsted said tho Exposition
would open July 1 and continue
until November 1 this year. It
would not bo necessary for Hawaii
to hnvo its exhibits iu at the very
bpgiuning. Probablp povonty-livo
percent of thn Hawaiian display
would bo foliage, aod, tbo Com
raissioner said laughingly, that
could bo obtained clnper from
California, Colorado anil Florida
and credited to tho Hawaiian Islauds.
Mr. Spencer suggested that th-
Panel of Fifty
Some of the Test Questions on Examina
tion for Cause Great Reserve Power
Ilmnnnnfl ph.inld lm nlmitrrl rinlil
skio up, as in a Now York picture
YOU'LL FIXTD THEM: .A.T
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware.
'I li Orplirum.
This ovonin 'will witness tho
birth of a now farco entitled "An
Elitor's Troubles." Iu this con
nection the author has a vory ex
teusivo fund to drnw upon. To
euonmpatB the average editorial
w.ios in a ono night prfotuiaucH
proves Mr. Post to be a past
master in the art of "boiling it
"Tho Photographic Gallery" is
another sparkling gum iu which
Miss May Ashley and Jim Post
will participate. Viol t Dale,
Myrtle Uranam, Wl er Pollard,
Billy Howard, Matt Keefo nt.d
tho balance of the company will
contribute uew specialities. Mr.
Du Bell will also porforra on tho
Spanish rings. Suturdey, 2:30,
Contract Fur Nuipll.
The Intoiior Department has
awarded contracts to tho following
for supplies for tho Buroau of
Bonds and Bridges:
uiraiu uuiiiu roeu uo., uuu
California Feed Co.
Buildiug Material H. Hack-
f. Id & Co.
Har lwaro-E. O. Hall & Son,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., Pacific
Hardware Co., and T. H. Davies
Coal and Lumber Allen &
he lus obsbrved tho bananas
growioi tho wrong way.
Mr. Umsted hoped thoy would
ho biggar than somo ho saw at
table, in Honolulu, whioh woro on
ly about as big as one's linger.
The Commissioner is evidently
unawaro that some small sized
varidiesof Innaua bring an al
most prohibitive price on account
of thoir delicate liavor and scar
city. Consul General Haywood in
formed tho meeting that tho Ex
position had the hoarty coopera
tion of the stute Department. He
read a letter of instructions re-
cpivod by him, asking him to holp
alt ue could any m veraenc to havo
Hawaii represented. Ouiahs, Mr
Haywood went on to say, wni the
best pi no in tho United State
where an exposition could bo held
for the benefit of the Hawaiian
Islands, they being purely ngri
cultural and not manufacturing in
their indudry. Omaha was the
bsst center for tho dissemination
of knowledge regarding agrioul
ture in Hawaii.
" 1 should not be surprised,"
the Consul Goueral said, "if you
should get there what you bavp so
long baen lo iking for a dositablo
class of laborers."
Mr. Ddliugham suggested the
nppointmout of a comiuittn to ro
port a plan of action back to the
Chamber, reoommendiug what
should and wbatBhou!d not bo ex
hibited. Ho spoke of the meat
question in relation to the object
ut lutroauoing a durable olass of
farmers. With bo much of pas
luro land taken up for sugar, to
gi'ther with the rapid inoroaso of
a meat consuming population, the
matter ot Deer supply was import
sut. Samuel Parker had two bun
drod thou-taud aores of pat-ture
lauds on Hawaii under bis control
aud be and probably others would
be ready to sell land in small
farm lots. The American colony
ot tarmers in i!iwa district nail
been seen by Oolonol Wbyto, and
his report of their condition would
bo favorable. It was not noces.
sary to get a thousand farmers
through tho Exposition. If only
a half dozen could bo inducod to
como, and get land for say a dollar
Tho Execntivo Council has beon
informed by Superintendent
Bowell that now iu voices of
p )Wder nro being plectl in tin
uew mngaziuo on the reef and the
stock in tho old magnziuo will bo
romoved in a day or two.
A petition for widening Kinau
wharf has been approved, also one
for improving the Likulib wharf
with a sliding gato and an addi
tional f bed.
Tho Executive Couuoil has had
to deny a petition for improving
the Kalihi road, becnuso other
improvements under way would
absorb all appropriated funds
Tho rond will have to do with or
dinary repairs for thn presold.
Gear, Lansing & On. and an
other party haviug both tendered
a proposition for tho purchase of
the Moiliili rock crushing plsut,
the outfit will be put up at public
auction. Tho Government having
now a portablo rock crushing
plant has no need of tho one iu
The Superintendent of Public
works has been authorized to ad
vertise for tenders lo aupply the
Honolulu Water Works with
seven hundred tons of cnnl.
Mrs. J. II Raymond applied to
the Government for tho old pow
der raagaziuo land in exchange
for land required to widen Union
street. Thn Council, baa denied
Another panel of fifty jurors is
prepared to be drawn from this
nfternonu for tho Kahuku murder
trial. Vry erroneous repoi Is havo
been published about the process
of empaueliug the jury. Instead
of there haviug been elt-veu jurors
passed some timo yesterday, thero
is not a singlo juror yet finally no
ceptd. Tho lawyers for the de
fendants havo the power to clean
tho box right Out, their challenges
being far from exhausted.
Each new man called has first
to bo examined for canso of rejec
tion, and u the court do not ex
cuse him ho is still liable to chal
lenge by Ihu lawyers until the sta
tutory uumber of peremptory
challenges has been reached. This,
in the present case, is sixty six.
The examination for causo is a
searching one. If the juror ad
mils, when questioned under oath,
holding vios against capital pun
ishment, prejudice of race toward
the nationality of a defendant, a
previously formed opiuiou, or per
sonal interest of nny kind, tho
Court excuses him. A peremptory
challenge is tho excusing of a
juror by couusel without assign
ing any cauto.
A verdict was fonud for dofeud
auts in Julio Kaili-iki vs. Naleilo
hua before. Judge Perry.
Continued on Pago 8.
Died UtilUr n Kahuita'a 'I'tvatiifnt.
A native boy cillnd at tho
Deputy Marshal's ollicu yesterday
iiMorrioou for a burial permit for
ono Eoali, a native womau, who
diod under rather p-onlinr oil
cumslnucos on tho night before,
Deputy Mart-hsl Ohillingworth
investigated the case nud found
that a Kahuna woman, Lilinoo by
name, had been in attendance, on
the woman up to tho time of her
death. A Coroner's Jury com
posed of natives was takeu out to
tho hnme of the deceased to view
tho body and thon n!turnd to tho
Police Statiou for the inqups.
Tho verdict was death from "lack
of care' and proper medical at
tendance tho sarao being the ro
suit cf the advice nud representa
tions of ono Lilinoe, (w), a person
representing hersolf as nblo to
euro and rostoro to health tho
All tho witnesses in the csbo
testified that Eoali did practice
kahuuaism on tho dead woman,
poing through nil tho pt-culiar
movements aud mumbling prayer
like tho Kahunas nf former days.
Lilinoe appeared befaro Judge'
Wilcox in Ilia Polico Court tin's
morning. Duriim the whole time
that huo stood b'foro the Judge
sho did not say a ward but put on
an oxprosiou of great injnry
Attorney Kauluknu, who appeared
for her, did all tho talking and
asked that the oaso bo s-t for Fri
day and, also, that plea bo re
served until that timo. This wus
It is understood that Lilinoo
claims to be able to pray people,
to death and that sho hw several
on nor list for the near future.
A Hick Onllclan.
Warden Henry of Oahu Jail
has notified tlio inanauemeut of
Othu plantation thst he would
liko to havo a sick Gtlioian U
borer romoved from tho hospital
at the jail. Tho follow is a suf
ferer from ppil-'psy and shows no
signs of g-ttinj better. lie is a
contract laborer living on tho
Government. Ho was s"nt up
from tho plantation for trnatin rd
somo time ago. Mr. Henry thi' k
that tho d antatluu out-ill to taxe
caro of l.im or Bond him hark to
his home. Ho will probably never
bo able to work again.
Mill Htnrta Tomorrow.
Grinding will tdnrt in tho Onlm
Sugar Cornpmy's mill tomoiror.
ueports ot uroaks iu tne pum
ping niachiury, olc, nro do
u uinced as fabrications. A largo
ly intenstu I gentleman eayj ha
will go bail that in thiity dayu
from tomorrow tho crop from u
thou-and nercH w.ll havo been
ground. Everything about tho
mill is in fine shape.
Miss Jnnet Waldorf will nppenr
for the latt time in tho Oporrt
Hoiiao tomorrow avening iu Gil
bert's clever Hatiii.'iil drain i onti-
tUd "Pygmalion and Galatea."
The comedy element in tho piny
is of tho oatobiric order, and Win.
McYay in tho oharncter Chrysos,
thu rijh old Greek, who buys
statues, will cause many penis of
laughter. Miss Waldorf will play
th Grecian statue Galaten, whilo
Norval McGrogur will portray tho
sculptor Pygmalion. Scats nro
uow selling at Wall, Nichols Go's.
LizziH Waikulnni died nt her
homo in Auwniolimu Monday.
Tho mailer was reported at ilia
polico Rbiti in nud an investiga
tion was requested. Deputy
Marshal Oiiillingworth inquired
into thu cisu nud found that threo
doctors hail been in attendance on
the girl. Dec-used had beou a
sulTerur from typhoid fever.
Olaa Susjar Co has a tiolino in
today's paper that tho stock will
bo ready, for delivery on Monday,
May 15, Tlio apportionment 'will
bo ouo third of amount Bubscrib
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