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First in the Bulletin
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Vol. VI. No. 1220.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATUHDAY, MAY 13, 1899.
PniOB 5 Oknts.
USTS LEELANAW HERE
LARGE DEAL IN PIONEER
GENERAL EA6AN ON COFFEE
SUNDAY SCHOOLS IN LINE
AGUINALDO ASKS PEACE
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Manila, May G, 4:15 p.m. Ma
jor General Lawton's column ad
va ced lo a position two and ouo
linlf miles north of Balinag today
Before making 11 forward move
ment, General Lawtou sont back
to Mnnila two wounded men of tlio
Miuneaota regimont and one of the
Oregon inns who wero hurt in yes
terday's fighting besides twenty
sick men. They wero aout by
way of Malnlos.
General Lawton's advancg met
with Hu plight opposition. Out
side of Mrtusin, 2000 rebelswho
occupied nn entrenched position
worn routed in short order.
Many corpsea of rebel hnv
been discovered in tho rivor at
San Tomaa. Scoroa of riilcs and
other arma havo been recovered
from the river into which they
wero thrown by tho rotroating
Major Gonornl MaoArthur's di
vision is reeling at San Fernando
making in tho meantimo extensive
San Franoisoo, May G. Tho
steamer City of Peking, whioh ar
rived this morning spoko the
steamer Eltbu .Thomson throe
hundred miles tiff tho coast and
supplied ber with extra canvas.
The tugboat IMiof has gone in
search ot tho ThomBon and it ia
expected that tho dorelict will ar
rive sometime late next week.
Tho Fekiug spoko tho Thomaon
at 4 o'oloak ou tho morning of
In tho Police Court this morn
ing Lum Yim was fiiud 85 aud
costs on tho charge of riding a bi
cycle m tho streets at night with
out a light. Ho was caught at 11
o'clock lust night but not until
Oilier Kamaka had chasod
him for about threo blocks.
The U. S.T. S.Leolannw, Storoa
commander, arrived in port early
this morning, ten days fiom Sau
Francisco, on routo to Manila witn
horcos, mules and ammunition for
tho troops in tho Philippines. She
had a vory pleasant trip from San
Franoiaco Tho beelannw is now
alongside tho Paoifio Mail wharf.
According to present calcula
tions, the Loelanaw will bo heio
about ion days. During that time
sl-uill take ou coal nnd provi-
bions ana givo wiu uuruu nou
mules aboard time tq get ovor tho
effects of the voyage by sending
them to tho pasture in Iuiloi.
Tho Leelanaw has aboard seven
ty live horses and eixty-niuo
mules. Ono of tho lattor diod on
the trip. There aro in charge of
thb livo stock, forty paokers and
teamsters. Thirty-two men from
tho First, Fourth and Fifth Artil
lerioa whose command') aro now
in tho Philippines, aro also
In addition to tho hay and grain
for the live stock tboro ia a largo
amount of fixed and bulk umrau
nitionjfor the troops in tho Phil
ippines aboard tho Leelanaw. On
this account the mon aboard are
vory careful about peoplo going
aboard. Absolutrly no ono ia al
lowed to go np the gangway un
less ho baa special business.
Lieutenant Qebhart of the
Fourth Artillery is in ohorgo of
the troops aboard.
, Tho Leelanawwas only recently
chartered by tbo United States
Government to toko livo stock to
tho Philippines. She and the
Tacoraa and Coneraaugh aro tho
ouly bouts that aro under charter
for thia purpose. Tho Leelanaw,
provioua to being chartered, was a
noil onrrior between San Fran
cisco and Seattle. Sheyjs a Brit
ish built boat. -C.
B. Hecht the Parchaser Through E. G.
Macfarlane as Broker.
Pioneer and Its Prospects Attracting Attention
the Coast and In the East
Big Oabu Deal.
He Believes It Will Outrank Sugar in
The Distinguished Officer Grants a Pleasant
Interview to Bulletin but Bars
Baud concort on
program has been
gf5339S5(9 By the Australia : giSSiggSig;
Fresh Salmon, Frozen Oysters,
Fresh Cherries, Oranges,
Cream Cheese, in foil,
Gruenhagen's Bon, Bons.
A Fresh Stock of Cereals and Smoked Meats,
and a general replenishment of our
Fancy Grocery Line,
YOXT'HiXj FI3ST3D THEM .A.T
Humors of largo deala in sugar
stoolcs, in which outeido capital
was the motive power, were in cir
culation yestorday aftornoon.
Early thia forenoon a ctun was
followed up by a BuiXEriN re
porter only to Qud that tho deals
had uot as yet materialized.
Aftor tho Slock Exchango meet
ing, however, E. 0. Maufnrlano
was ftBkcd regarding a largo trans
action in Pioneer Mill Co. stock
whioh ho waB reported to have
effected. Mr. Macfarlano admit
ted that bo had made a heavy pur
chase of Pioneer for California
and Eastern parties. Although it
was a little prematuro to announce,
ho gave tho nnmbor of shares
chancing hands as three hundred.
Asked why it had not beon re
ported on the board, Mr. Maofar
lano said it wis because all of the
purchases had not thon been con
summated, While tho terms aro held pri
vate, it is an open soorot on tho
street that the prion paid is $115,
and understood that the order was
for a block of 5 JO shares. Mr.
Macfarlano made no denial of tho
fact that Bert Hecht of Sau Fran
cisco ia the purchaser.
Mr. Hoolit has beou looking at
tho property ever since ho baa
been here, and concluded that,
with tho aesuranco of dividends
and extension of the plantation,
be Is satisfied that Pioneer iB a
Kd .K?rJflM10.3' Uo '.u t0 ,4 coniAolad..
cougramiaieu ou securing iuis toon
BtocK, tiie value or winch was set
forth in the Bulletin's exclusive
report of last Saturday's moeting
of tho company.
lhe community ought to be
pleased at Reoing such a stock
going abroad, as it is calculated to
attract further attontion to Hawai
ian investments. Tho amount of
capital sot froa by tho transaction
is also at this juncture a matter of
Mr. Hecht went into tho figures
with the result of finding a pros
poet of a 10,( 00 ton crop iu 1902.
Five thousand acres of tho best
cane land is to be taken in. It is
also proposed to uso tho water in
the mountains for electrio power,
which will do away with all the
expense of pumping. Eastern
parties aro now looking into
It ia understood that Mr. Hecht
has also mndo a larg purchase of
Oahu, said to ho in tho neighbor
hood of 350 eh - res at about $270.
General Charles P. Eigan, U.
S. Army, arrived in the stoamer
Ararica Maru and put up at the
Hawaiian hotol. Mrs. Eagan,
who arrived by a previous steam
er, is absent on a visit to their
son, tho Olaa coffoe planter, but is
expeotcd with him in thoJKinau
A Bulletin reporter was
promptly admitted to General
Eagan'a ronra at tho hotel this
morning, Major Nickerson of the
Commissary department boing at
the tirao iu company of tho Gon-
oral. The two aro old friends, hav
iug boon in active campaigns to
gether. General Eagan gave tho news
paperman an exceedingly cordial
rocoption. Ho is a largo man, look
ing evory inch a Boklier. A mnsaivo
head sot squarely on broad should
ers, crowned with an
Program For This Afternoon's Rally
Will Be Interesting.
Many Children Will March-Decorations Along
the Way-Arch of Palms Reviewing
Stand, Illuminated Texts, Etc.
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
'Groceries, Crockery, Hardware.
Entiro change of program takes
place tonight at tho grand open
ing of tho now company. Jim
Post presents for tho first timo his
own version of the laughable
comedy, "Peck's Bad Boy," tho
whole company appealing. First
appearance of Mile. Glnriue, spec-
taoular transformatioa dancer
direct from Hosier & Uiuls, New
York City, introducing wonderful
electrical nod calcium light etlects.
First appoaranco of .Mr. Frank
Barton, America's favorite bari
tone vocalist and rag timo singer,
comedian and dancor.
First appoaranco of MJbb Mabel
Parnoll, do?criptivo vocalist.
All the other favorites will ap
pear in now specialties.
Cohen Caii PoUpnnrd.
The case of J. 0. Cohen, obargod
with smuggling, cams up in tho
police court thia aftornoon. Tho
genorai anargo ot smuggling was
entered against defendant a'nd plea
was reserved until next 'Friday.
Tho prosecution asked that the
case go ovor until that timo and
thero was no objeoti in by tho d e
fense. Mr. Cohen ia being repre
sented by Attorney Humphries.
suock ot silvery wuito Hair, n
frnnk and gonial countenance,
grizzled mustacho and goattc
oompletes an outline portrait in
words of the distinguished visitor.
Iu answer to tho reporter's
first question, General Eagan do
dared that there was no official
sicnificanco whntevor attached to
his proonco in the islands
He had simply corao to join his
wife on a Visit to their sou. Later,
the General blandly but firmly
decliood to disensa any Army
matters with whioh ho had been
Jojesi. Jimn .Boypji-
representatives ot tuo nrors
in San l'ranoiaco had been politely
bnlkvd on tho samo scoro.
However. upon a refer
ence raauo to certain late
news from Washincton. General
Eagan hinted that further nowtt
on the samo subject by next steam
er noed not bo surprising.
lieyopd this amicable sparring
for points, an interview lasting for
about an hour was entirely upou
tho subject of coffee. General
Eagan is intousely onthusiastio on
coffee as a Icadinc product of these
inlands. .While theanoation of an
sugar was a atumbling block but
coffoo never. On tho contrary,
coffeo was a strong card aud one
of tuo winning onoa. As General
Eican put it sententiously thU
morning, "Americana could boo no
slavery in coffeo,"
It is confidently prodioted by
GonoralEagnn that coffee will yet
lead sucar as a produoo of wealth
to tho Hawaiian Islands. Today,
whilo Brazilian coiTeo Bells
below six cents, New York will
take all tho Hawaiian coffeo it can
get nt nineteen cents a pound.
In providing for tho Army, the
General was unablo to cot an
ordr filled in New York, simply
beoanBO no doalor could furnish
the quality ho stipulated for the
it is well Known tuat Uoneral
Eagan was n prominent advocate
of annexation. Ho was the author
of a strong paraphlot on the sub
ject. Lattorly, hia son's interest
bore made the Goneral practically
"ono of us."
" I am a coffeo man," was Gon
oral Eagan's parting remark.
The Sunday School rally will
ntart from the parade grounds in
front of tho drill shed at :i-:iO
o'clock sharp this afternoou. The
schools must all bo in column of
fours and ready to march at that
timo. Stakes with tho names of
tho various schools will be placed
on the parade grounds and at K
waiahao church to show their res
pective positions, The prjncoesiou
will maroh from the rill ehed
grounds to Knwaiahat church,
stopping at tho reviewing stand.
At this placo will be tho superin
tendents of the sohoola and others
interested in Sunday School work.
Following is tho ord r of march
decided upon at a moDti g of peo
plo interested in the Y M.O. A.
hall yestorday aftorn ou:
1 Kamehamehn Manual.
2 Karaohamohn Preparatory.
Methodiot Sunday School.
Kawaiabao Sunday School.
Christian Church Sunday
Japanese Sunday School.
Palama Sunday School.
Portugueo Sunday School.
ChinfBo Sunday School.
Eaumakapili Sunday School
No Question About His Desire This
Commission Outlines lhe Form of Govern
ment Tte Fluting Keeps Up With
out Any Let Up.
Al tha Tmtt,
Horsoa training at the traok for
the Eleventh of Juno races are
showing great speed. A gentle
men who timed soma of tho speed
ers oredits W. Wood with a mile
in 2:17 aud Violin in 2:12.. I8h
Lassie is also developing a speed
that keeps tbem gupsaing.
No word having beon received
from Mr. Mills, the San Franois
co contractor, the Beretania street
sobonlhonso contract is still in
11 Central UuionSundaj School,
12 Kamohameha Girls' School.
Gfueral Secretary Coleman of
tho Y. M. 0 A. wus appointed
graud marshal iu charge of the
parade and uo lias lyppqiutodjun
following aslhis aide'n:
For Kamoliamelia M.inual, D.
Kaloi; Kamehamoha Preparatory,
W. V. Bristol; Kamehameha
Girls, Mr. Eat-kow; Central Uuion,
E. Bonner; Metholut, M. John
ston; (Jhristi'in, Jno. lomploton;
Kavniahao. M. Nawaa; Knumaka
pili, Mr. iKamaiopili; Palama, F.
0. Atherlon; Portuguese, J. D.
Marques; China?, Mr. Nastc;
Japanese, Mr. Fukukita.
Tuo aides aro requested to mei t
at tho X M.U. A. nt Ui'JU o'cloek
this aftornoon for tho purnaso of
receiving final instructions.
Tho Sunday School rally has
aroused a great deal of interest
among the peoplo of Honolulu
and a largo crowd will be ont thia
afternoon to Bee tin schools in
lino. Some very interesting
featurea will bo seen.
The decoratiouB for tho rally
aro very well chosen. Mr. Wil
innrth of Boston hai takoa clmge
of thia part, under Mr. Philip
Dodge, the chairman ot tho com
mittee, and has certainly dono a
vory artistic pieco of work.
Tho telephoue polea alone Rieh-
ards streot are wound about with
yellow, red aud blue bunting and
on eacn is a Blueld with a motto
in either, English, Hawaiian, Por
tuguese, Jnpaneso or Cliiuesn At
tho corner of Richards and King
streeti whoro the proceasiou makes
a turn, tbpro is tho illumiuated
text, "He shall reign for over und
ovor. Wo shall also reign with
Him," stretched across tho street
and nttaohod to tho telephone
poles. It might ho mentioued
hero that tho Government Electric
Light peoplo wero kind enough to
eond down some of their men to
do the work. Anothor illumin
ated text is on King titreet near
the Hopper home. This was put
up in placo of an arch aa an arch
would not hare boen prnotiaal in
At tho Opera House ia the re
viewing stand decorated in white
and yellow buntinu with a liberal
supply of palms and other greens.
At the outranao to Kawaialmo in
arch of palms upon which is
od tho Llawai
ko La n k t
Aina i ka Pooo,"
At tbo maukasido of tho clni'ch
Washington, Mny o.--Agui-uc'
lo's representatives to tho American-Philippino
have foruinlly admitted tho eov
ereig"v of the United States over
tho Philippine mchipolngo. From
a member of the Cabinet it was
learned tonight that this ndmis
ainn was made to President
Scbnrman ut the conference held
by him with, Colouel Arguellzs
and Lieut. Bernnl several days
ngo. It was in reply to n direct
question put to them by Mr.
Schurman, and the character of
the answer whs no doubt as grati
fying to the Commission as it is
to President McKinley. As tho
result of a dispatch sent by
Mr. Schurman today, it i-t the
confidout expectation of tho Presi
dent that the end of the rebellion
is close at hand. This rosult will
not be obtained, hnwevor, without
concessions whioh hnvo been re
commended by tho Commiasion,
and which, by tho direction of tho
President, will bo granted.
Theso concessions contemplato
giving to tho Filipinos n form of
government modeled aftor that of
the United Slates.
Tho executive department, as
recommenced by tho Commission,
is to eonmat of a Governnr-Gont-al,
v.'ho nil ill'lmo absolute veto
power ovor any ucts of the Legis
lature, und hi Cabinet, funnel -I
leaders nmrmg tho Filipinos and
Americaos. "The legislative de
partment will bo organized as tho
re-tiilt rf umuting Hiiffrngo to the
FilipiuoH hating proper qualifica
tions Tho Procident will bo em
powered to appoint members of
the judu iary, just as he will bo
empowered to appoint tho Govern-or-Gonernl.
What the Cabinet oflicor regard
ed as tho best fenturo of tho whole
affair was tho acceptance of tho
C ma)issiou's proposition by tho
Washington, D. 0, May 5.
Agninnldo is ready to surrondor
nnd the whilo 11 ig may be raised
by the insurgent army as soon aa
a message can be carried to him
from Ma ila President Sebur
mau of. tbo Philippines Commis
sion cabled tho President today
information which indicated tho
readintssof the insurgent lender
to surrender nnd recnguizo. tbo
authority of the United 8Uto&.
The Piosideut Ini9 sont tho in
It is believed hero that tho in
surrection is nt nn end, nnd that
there will be no further resistance
to tho American army.
A drawing by H.L Kerf & Co.,
architects, of tho two Hlory resi
dence to bo erected for Mrs. Hen
dricks ou the Kaimuki trnct is dis
played iu tho front vettibulo nf
(Soar, Lansing tV: Co.'s oflloes.
tan motto: "Ua mau
Continued on 1'ugo
pure anpt ckcam or tahtar powocn
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair
A vnlil Unking 1'ntTilcra contMatng
lum. lliejmro Injurluutto health
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