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Vol. VI. No. 1221.
HONOLULU, IL I., THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1899.
Pitiofi 5 Ohnts.
CUPID'S DARTS MENDED
AN ADDITION TO KAiMOKI
FOR EXHIBIT AT OMAHA
CLOSING OF MURDER TRIAL
A NEW STOCK EXCHANGE
WAHIAWA SUGAR SCHEME
W J" VI
Tjero is mock mystery in tho
Hoyt-MoKeo Company just now
and if rumors which wont the
rounds of tho clubs nnd sooinl
gatherings last evening Can be
credited, Miss Allone Orator tho
leading lady who played tho
widow iu "Chinatown" with dash
and spirit on Tuesday evening
-will, iusido of a year roturn to
Hunolulu to live in poacoful
A young society man, a gradunto
of xalo University met Miss
Crater in Denver nearly sir years
ago. It was a caso of love on
both sides at siuht, crnol paints,
howevor, broke cupid's love datts
and Miss Orator ana her angel ad
mirer drifted drifted apart. Track
of each other was lost until last
Saturday morning Miss Orator
was out shopping and on Fort
etroet in front of Hollister & Co.,
she ran into the arms of her form
er admirer. Numerous demonstra
tions and congratulations wore
indulged in right thoro and thon
much to tho amazomant of onlook
ers and a renewal of tho oldplodgo
has since been made.
When Manager Cooke was ques
tioned last evening concerning tho
affair he wob in tho company of
Mr. Conor who laughed heartily
whon tho reporter plied his
queBtions,and remarked,"We carry
no press ngont, so tho story must
Mr. Cooko admitted Miss Crater
has boon chaperoned by a hand
somo, manly young looking otblo
tio chap but couldn't vouch tho
"fair Alleno" would return here to
wed any ono, when her contract
oxpiros in a yoar's time with
Messrs. Hoyt & MoEee.
Miss Gratdr was away all Inst
evening from the Hawaiian hotol
whero sho was domiciled and
could not bo found to verify the
excitemont tho rumor has caused
The Bulletin, 75c per month.
Anderson's Delicious Soups.
Fanciest China Crockery
ITOXJ'LTj FISTID THEM -A.T
Goar, Lansing & Co. have just
olosed a big land deal with Paul
It. Isonborg by which they bo
come tho ownors of a tract of land
comprising 455 acres immediately
adjoining the prosont Kaimuki
tract, which has had such a boom.
ThisMnnd is tho Wnialao slope.tbo
highor portions of whfch affords a
view of this island all tho way
from tho Waiaune moantains to
Eoko Head and tbon across tho
chenuol to Molokai. Tho lower
parts afford au viow oqually as
Tho lots iu tho Kaimuki tract
bi nearly all been Bold and
there is still a big demand for
moro.Tho intontion of Gear,Lans
ing & Co. at tho presont time is to
divido tho now tract into lots and
run tho avenuos and stroets before
makine any move to sell. Already
a largo number of applicants have
put in their orders for choice
Tho addition of tho now tract to
tho old makes tho wholo of Kai
muki about 900 acres in extent.
To more accurately describe the
former it might bo said that tho
land extonds from the top of tho
ridge to the windmill.
TrH Are All Planted.
The cocoanut trees, 614 in num
ber, havo all been planted along
the beach road and aro doing very
well. The only thing remaining
now is protection for thorn. This
work can be attended to without
nnothor mooting, of the board.
Arrangements will bo made by
which tho troes will bo watered
twico a week.
Mali for Bn Prancleco.
The Holaco will finish coaling
Into today or early tomorrow fore
noon. At all evonts she will Bail
for San Francisco early tomorrow
afternoon and will tako a mail.
This will close at the Post Office
at 12 o'clock noon.
Chamber of Commerce Accepts the Re
port ol Special Committee.
Commissioners Are Nominated to Conduct the
Exhibit Ten Tbonsand Dollars
Estimated for Expenses.
A special mooting of tho Cham
or df Oommorco was bold this
morning to receive tho roport of
committee on Hawaiian exhibit at
the Greater Amerioa Exposition
at Omaba this saramor.
J B Atherton, president, was in
tho chair, others present being:
J G Spencer, secretary, J J Egan,
H E Waity, Robet Lowers, It W
Shingle representing H Woter
bonse, J P Gooko, P A Scbaefer,
E Sahr, 13 F Dillingham, E 0
Macfarlane, F W Macfarlano, W
G Irwin. T It Walker and A J
Campbell. W W UmBtod, com
missioner from Omaha, and L A
Thurston were visitors.
Mr. Sbinglo read tbo roport of
tho committee, which was accept
ed and ordered to bo printed and
distributed to members, for farthor
consideration at a mooting next
Monday at 2 p. m.
Tho roport recommended in
general an industrial and educa
tional exhibit of tho Hawaiian
Islands. Other suggestions were
for a service of Hawaiian coffee,
tho sending of the Hawaiian
quintette club, the distribution of
literature rotating to the islands,
It was recommended that Hon.
A. . Ulognorn bo the proB
idont and Daniel Logan the
secretary of the Commission
to manage the exhibit. An
estimate of $10,000 for expenses
Tbo argument was used that tho
exhibit of coffee alonoatlast yoar's
exposition at Umaua in results
more than repaid tho expense.
"Marriod in the Dark" is a
lurid midnight plot in which Jim
Post mixes up and and finally in
the guise of a parson bitches up
two eloping couplos. Tho play is
genuinely witty and humorous.
"The Twoltivals" is another farce
built on different linos but equally
funny. Frank Barton was in ox-
collont voico and acquitted him
self well responding to a doublo
encore. It remained, however,
for Mies Glorino to capturo the
audience in hor spoctacular trans
formation danco. Loio Fuller's
mantle has surely fallen nn the
shoulders of this artint. TIi pic
tures, representing Geo. Wash
ington, MoKinloy, Gladstone, ex-
Queon Liliuokiilani, Queen Vic-
na, jxmg ivaiHKHUi ana 1110 ist
Princess Kaiulaui, as nlso tho
Hawaiiau, American and British
Hags, to truthfully express amuoh
harknoved phrase fairly brought
down tho house. Tho mechanical
effects aro skillfully manipulated
and tho ontiro performance artis
tio to a degree. Tho other artists
ably fitted their parts.
Chickens, SIC, dozen; milch
cows from $80 to SloO; horses,
mules and vebiolos at your own
prico. Received by Aloha just
sighted off Eoko Head. Hono
lulu Stock Yards Co., cornor Ala
koa and Queen streets.
A log of a whito man floating in
tbo water was soon by Sam Dow
sett and another young man as
they woro on their woy from Pearl
City to Honolulu in a yacht last
Sunday. Dowselt wished to
throw a ropo over "tho floating
member and tow it to town, but
mo otuer young man objected.
Exeoutivo Officer O. B. Rey
nolds has placarded on offer of $5
roward for the apprehension of
anybody throwing stones at tho
Board of Health's building at Ea
waialiao. Hoodlums havo broken
$100 worth of glass and Bash on
tho premises within tho past few
months. Dr. Myers baB froquontly
found his office thoro a perfeot
Mr. Robertson Begins Address to Jnry
for the Defendants,
Argument Will Take Two Days at Least
Motions Are Heard by Judge
Judgo Stanley has granted a
motion for continuanco of James
J. Byrno vs. P. J. Voellor until
August torm. An exception to tho
ruling was noted by plaintiff,
Kinney, Ballou tfe McOlanaban
for plaintiff; Magoon & Silliinan
In F. J. Testa vs. J. P. Kaha
hawai et al., Judgo Stanloy donicd
tho motion of plaintiff objecting
to tbo sufficiency of tholsurety.
Tbo motion for a now trial, mado
by defendants, was thon argued.
Acbi & Johnson for plaintiff; A.
G. Correa and J. T. Do Bolt for
defendants. Tho mattor waB
taken under adviBoment.
A. G. M. Robertson this morn
ing began his closing address to
tho jury on behalf of tho fivo
Japaneso charged with murder in
connection with tho Kabuku riot.
Ho will occupy tho wholo day.
Tho prosecution will take another
day, and thon Judgo Perry sums
up tho case. This is tho eighth
day since the jury was empaneled
Drath of William dlllrtpl.
William Gillcspio, tho Australia
steward shot by George Wado,
died at tho Queen's hospital at a
little after 2:30 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. Tho funoral took place
from the Queon's hospital at 11
o'clook this morning, tho Roy.
Father Valentin officiating. Inter
mont took placo in tho Catholic
Ainone thoso present at tho fu
noral were employes of tho Arm of
W. G. Irwin & Co., ageats for tho
U. a. H. (Jo., together with friends
of tho deceased, of whom thoro aro
many in Honolulu. At the gravo
a pictoro of the coffin and floral
tributes was takon.
Vunnrnl of Ut Olilthu Auhitn.
Tho funeral of tho Ohiofess
Auhoa took place from tho late
residenco on Punchbowl yester
day afternoon, tho Rev. V. H.
Kitcat officiating. A large num
ber of the frionds woro present.
Interment took place back ot the
tomb in which aro placod tho re
mains of King Lunalilo. The
body was buried there by consent
nt tno board ot trustees of the
Lunalilo estate and is tbo very
first burial iu tho Luualilo plot
sinco tho death of that king.
President Dolo rodo through
the public works building on horse
back yostorday afternoon in search
of Supt. Rowoll.
Eamalo Sugar Co. stockholders
aro requested to sond in receipts
for firot paymont with list of
names, etc. See Now Today.
Waimanalo Sugar Co. stock
holders will recoive a dividond on
Saturday, May 20th, at W. G.
Irwin & Co.'s offico. Soo Now
Don't go short of hoso when
you can got all you want at half
prico. jjitty cent noso at two bits
Soo Pacific Import Co.'s
ad on pago 8.
Tho schooner Aloha from San
Francisco is being towed into
port as tho Bulletin good lo
press. Sho sailed from San
Francisco, May 5.
Tho skirmish drill of tho N. G.
H. regiment will take plaoo close
after daybreak on Sunday morn
ing. It is oxpooted that many
town peoplo will drivo down to
Romond Grovo to soo tho maneu
vers. Something military will bo
going onat tho camp during its
wholo oxistenoo from Saturday to
of Outside Brokers
Held This Afternoon.
Present Board Too Exclusive Will Be Nine
Charier Members-Price of Seats Will
Be Within Ordinary Cleans.
For somo timo past the'ro has
boen a movement on foot toward
tho formation of a now stock board
in Honolulu. It has boon felt by
tho stroot broker (Lnt thoy sbouid
bo granted tho privileges of the
stock board and, finding tho only
ono in existence hero too exclusive,
thoy havo dooided to organizo n
board that will givo thorn a bolter
show in tho market.
A mooting is in progress as tho
Bulletin goos to press the object
of which is tho formation of tho
new board. Thore aro nino men
concerned and these will consti
tute thn chartor members. At this
meeting will bo decided tho prico
of a seat in tho exchango,the placo
of meeting and all other business
in connection with tbo movement.
In a very fow days thon Hono
lulu will boo a now exohango in
full operation and it may be men
tioned in passing that tho men
concerned aro all reliable business
men who havo money to back
It is probable that tho prioe of
seats on the now exchange will be
considerably less thanthat charged
by tho exchange now in operation.
IS tfOBUV II K DID IT.
Gxriit Waile (Wan of Glllnple'i Death
' thli Horning.
At about ton o'clock this morn
ing and whon all tbo other cases
on the police court calondar had
boen pa6sod on, Dotectivo Ea
apa was sent below to fetch Goo.
Wado, who shot Gillespie,
tho Australia waiter who died in
tho hospital yesterday afternoon.
It was fully Gve minutes before
Kaapa appeared with the prisoner.
The latter walkod vory feobly aud
showed plainly tbo anxiety he
must needs havo been experienc
ing sinco ho shot Gillespie. He
had not recovored fully from the
wound in the boad inflicted by
the carbino in Evan's hands for he
Btaocorod and was given a soat in
front of the Judge.
Deputy Marshal Hitchoock road
tho charge of murder in tho first
degree to the prisoner. It was
then suggssted by the prosoouting
officer that the case go ovor until
Juno 8, the day after tho arrival
baok in port of tho Australia.
Asked if be did not think this
would be tbo proper course to fol
low, Wado answored: "I suppose
Tho prieonor sat still for quite
a while and tbon aBked slowly:
"Is that fellow dead ?" Deputy
Marshall Hitchcock answered that
death had ocourred yesterday
afternoon, whereupon Wado said:
'I am awfully s orry." Ho wob
about to say more but was stop
ped by Doputy Marshal Hitch
cock who advised him not to open
his mouth until tho time sot for him
to appear again.
Ola Uulldtnir Dalnir Blorrtl,
The old building on Merchant
stroet that has beon occupied by
LDavid Daytonior many yoars, is
being moved today to tho premi
see of Russian Frank on Quoen
street; The building was sold to
tho present owner on tbo 11th
Up "till noon 185 yotors had
boon registered sinco tho begin
ning. About tho first week in
Juno tho board will mako a cir
cuit of tho oountry districts. On
roturning tho board will regist- r
as many more of tho "free an I
independent" in town as walk up
bofore tho close of sossions on
Plantation Bought for Half
' Million Is Included.
Stock Will Be $3,500,000 In Shares at $20
Each-notation Within One Month
Wahiawa plantation Bchemo
will be pi iced 00 the raarkot for
public subscription earjy enough,
if possiblo, 0 lmvo the stock
certificates iosucd and tho com
pany organized by Juno 15.
B. F. Dillingham is the ohiof
promotor i.nd will conduct tho
dotation himself. He will mako
arraugomonts, probably iu
the Jndd building, as will
reduco iuoonv&nienco from crowd
ing to the minimum.
Tho sito of tho projected now
plantation is tho woll known
pasturo Inndn of tho MoBryilo es
tate at Wahiawa on the Island
of Kauai. It will also includo tho
long ostrtblishfd Eluelo sugar
plantation, occupying the seaboard
iu front, which has been bought
from Hon. Auguht Druior,
It is proposed that tho capital
stock of Wnhiftwa plantation shall
bo $.1,500')1000 divided into 175,000
shares of tho par valuo of $20
Tho prico piid for Eleelo is
S500 00(, in United States gold
coin. Yet tho ontiro proporty is
to bo offered tho public. " Thoro
is not" one dollar of promoters'
Btock," Mr DillitiKham says.
It is understood that tbo issuing
of stock will bo coiidui-ted on much
tho same liuei an that of Olan.
Latest word from Wahiawa is
that tho well-hiring continues
with good piospects of atriking
wattfr at no groat depth.
piti.vriNa rmess falls.
Lato this foronoou, John Araila
an em ploy 0 of tho Peoplo's Ex
press Co , was severely cut about
tbo head by tho fell of a printing
press that was boing moved into
tho rooms of tho Morcantilo Print
ing Co. abevo John Nott's store
on King etroet.
Thoro wero four men at work
getting tho proas up tho stairs
attor its transportation from tba
Oceanic wharf. Two wore above
and two bolow. Tho latter wero
Marshall and Araila. As tba
press roachod the head of the
stairs, tho ropo brokn. Marshall
had a crowbar iu his baud and
was prying underneath the press
to help it up. This throw it ovor
toward Araila who was immedi
ately caugLt under tho ton of iron.
Ho roll o,l down the stops with tho
press, cutting his boad in tbroa
places and spraining his wrist.
By this timo tbo other throo mon
woro 011 their feet and had the
Tho program of tho Maui Ra
cing Association appears under
Now Today in this issuo. .
Tho bark Mohican, which left
San Franoisco May 4, is off porl
as the Bulletin goes to press.
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