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TOL. VI. No. 1225.
HONOLULU, H. I., MUD AY, MAY 19, 1899.
1ESTERN BISCUIT TRUST
PALAMA PUMPING PLANT
MURDER IN CASE OF ONE
K1UK BY A
KONA SUGAR COMPANY
ALL SCHOOLS TO BE FREE
PitiOE 5 Cunts. pfll
A ' "Jtf
New York, May C The com
panics lo bo included in the Paci
fio Bifccnit Co. recently incorpor
nted under the laws of Now Joreoy
with n capital of S4,000,0u0 aro as
Amrricnu Bisouit Co,, San
Francifio-i: Portland Craoker Co.,
Portland.. Ore.; Sooth California
Ornckor Co. L03 Auaeles: Wash
inclou Cracker Co., Portland,
Ore.: Stundnrd Biacuit Co., San
JYauci-eo: Oreaon Cracker Co.,
-tfvPortlaiid. Oro.: Seattle Craoker
nnd Cnudv Co.. Seattlo. Wash.
Tbcao companies control the
entire business ,of the Paoitlo
Coast in tho raannfacturo and
supply of biscuits, crackers and
cakes. Tho capital of tho compa
ny consists of 81,50',00() cumula
tive piufuiieu wild $2,500,000 com
mon slock. There are also 81,
500,000 sinking fund gold bonds
to run for twenty years at six per
cont. Of tho lattor 8250,000 and
n like nmount of the preferred
stock will remain in tho Troasury
for tho erection of the plant?.,
A working agreement with tho
National Biscuit Co., it is stated,
Las been arranged whoreby tho
now compauy ngreos not to oper
ato oast of the Rooky Mountains,
and tho National Co. agrees not to
operato west of tho Rockies. The
company will start business with
giS'J.OOO working capital.
London, May C. In responeo to
nn inquiry from tho correspou
dont hero of the Associated Press
recardiuu the transfer of his busi
nes j interests in tho United States
to a syndicate, Mr. Andrew Car-
nogio has furnished the following
"Mr. Carnegie has given his
young partners tho lorins on which
ho would bo willing to sell and
Totiro from bminoss. He ban no
dofinito Information as yet whe
ther thoy aro going'to buy or not,
but ho thinks that thoy will."
Upon a suggestion of Minister
Damon the Superintendent of
Water WorkB is investigating
water in Palama wells for guid
ance in selecting a site for tho
projected pumping plant in that
end of tho town. Water from a
well on tho Simon Eaai placo,
near the British Consulate, has
proved on analysis to be somewhat
Superintendent Brown, how
over, thinks it possiblo that tho
well may only bo contaminated by
surfaoo water admitted thiough
tho onrroding of tho sheet piping
with which the -woll was original-
It' hued Ho is now awaiting an
alysis by Inspector Shorey of a
sample of wator from Ah In's well
near tho Insano Asylum.
Tho pumping plant for Palama
is to be of five million gallon's
daily capacity. This is exactly
doublo the capacity of tho Bereta-
nia street plant.
Tho basoball teams will como
together tonight to decide on tho
sebedulo of games for the coming
It has boon deoided that tho first
game will betwron tho Stars and
Earns and the second botwocn tho
Artillery and Earns.
The game tomorrow afternoon
will bo between tho Earns and a
team from Battery E of tlio de
tachment of artillery now station
ed here. This game will be in no
Two Found, Guilty of Manslaughter
and Two Acquitted.
Dissenting Jurors lo All Cases Sentence
on Monday Bankrupt Without Any
Tenders Advertised Abroad Before Spe
cifications are Ready at Home,
Close Decisions Against Local Bidders -i
crimination In Halter of
with the seasons1
The engagement of Miss Juliette
Smith, formerly of Eauai, to J. E.
l'arley of tho sarao place, lias been
Tho ongagoment of Miss Carrie
Afong to Mr. ttigizs of Bishop's
bank is the latest reported engage
The schoonor Aloha is discharg
ing her cargo at Brewor's wharf.
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K AT WATERHOUSE'S: $
Anderson's Delicious Soups,
Fanciest China Crockery
YOU'LL FIND THEIM .A.T
VVAVERLEY BLOCK. BETHEL STREET
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
A. Q. M. Robertson concludod
his closing address to tho jnry for
tho defense in the uret liauuku
murdor caso at 3:25 yestfrday
aftornoon. Ho had spoken four
hours five minutes.
W. O. Smith bogan closing for
tho defense at 3:10 and spoke two
hours forty minutes, concluding
at 5:20, when tho Court took
Judgo Perry began charging
tho jury at 7:35, and occupied 45
Tho jury retirod at 8:20 to con
eider their verdict, and in two
hours forty-fivo minutes, or at fivo
minules past elevou, returuod a
Yamano Nanchiro cuilty of
manslaughter third degreo, two
lliara Ichigoro guilty or muruor
hrst degrco, two dissontmg;
Osaki Maokichi guilty of man
slaughter first degroo, throe dis-
Danjiro Ynchichi not guilty,
Fnjimoto Nehai not guilty, two
Interpreter Choster A. Doylo
being absent, .a JapaneBO present
in court was sworn to interpret
tho verdict to tho defendants.
Juror Sims, on hearing tho vor
diet repeated in interpretation,
stated that one dissenting in the
caseoflbaralchigoro.as given was
a mistako. Of bis own kaowlenge
ho declared that two had dis
sented in that caso.
Tho Court ordered the -jury to
retiro again for a settlement of tho
point raised, and after a short ab
sence thoy ostablidhcd tho fact of
Jndgo Perry ordered tho two
defendants found not guilty dis
charced. Mr. RobcrUon noted
exceptions, with notice of motion
for now trial, to tho verdiot as re
lating to the four convicted. Sen
toDco was deferred by tho Court
Tho jnry on boing discharged
woro excused until Monday.
It was Bfivon days and a tow
hours between swearing in the
jury aud tho rendering of their
verdict. Tho twelve mou who
sustained this long sipgo were: F
W McChosney, E W Jordau, J W
Tregloan, W It Sims.Theo Wolfo,
John EBingor, Henry Koth, T E
Krouso, J J Sullivan, A W Howe,
OB Huston and Clms H Ath
erton. Deputy Shoriff Laziro of South
Eona has returned as satisfieJ tho
execution on judgmont for $313
75 in John E. Gomes vs. Manuel
Tom Pong, bankrupt, has "not a
boan" of assets. His debts ore
Einney, Ballou & McClanahau,
attorneys for plaintiff in J. J.
Uyrne vs. i J. Voelloi', ule objec
tions to motion for order to tako
tho deposition of tho defondant, ou
tno ground tuat lio and tils attor
neys "havo beon guilty of gross
laches in not making seasonable
application for tho samo."
Samuel M. Damon has fijod his
bond in $21,000 as executor of the
estate of A. L. d' Olivoira, with
Henry Holmes as surety.
Ilablilti from San Kmncltco.
Tho Bohooner Aloha brought
nino rabbits from San Francisco
yesterday afternoon. Tho Custom
Houso authorities have doomed
thoeo to death aB none aro allowed
to bo landed at this port. Two or
three times i within tho paBt month
or so rabbits havo been brought
hero by sailing vossela. In each
event thoy havo been cooked.
New ODlcers Elected at Meeting Held
Report of the Manager Tells of Work Under Way
1700 Growing Cane This Season
New Hill Next Year.
Topclcrs for the construction of
tho Honolulu sewerage systom
aro locally anuouncod to clo3e tho
first of Juno. Advertisements for
tenders woro forwarded to San
Francisco n moutu or moro ago.
This fact would hardly bo orod-
itod by a loo.il bidder this morn
iug, because, as ho Baid, the Gov
ernment is not yet ready to fur
nish Honolulu competitor with
"Wo aro badly put out on this
account," ho wout on to say, "for
this is no fool of a job to figure on
within such a Bhort time. The
sending away for bids bo f oro call
ing for th'tra at homo is rather
Btrnbge. Thoy did tho samo thing
about sewornge material. When
thev woro askinc for tenders hore,
wo had a lottor from tho peoplo
wo roprescnt in the Lat asking
why wo did not put them on to the
"Then, in civing contracts, they
favor outsiders as against resi
dents who pay taxes. For in
etando, our bid for u certain kind
of castiucs was only two-hun-drcdlhs
of a cent abovo that of an
Eastorn firm that got tho con
tract. "Another thing, a looul firm has
to put up a bond on n contract,
which an outsider is not required
to do. A letter is simply Kontto
the biddor telling him his tender
Tho speakor was romindod of
the bond given by a San Francis
oo contractor for tho tioretatiia
street echoolhouse which tho
Qovornmont had docidod to en
forco. "That is so, but outside contrac
tors fqr material havo not had to
givo bonds, whilo wo have beon
required to do so on every fcuch
Coramlsslomrs of Education Make Rale
Action on Committee's Report at Special
Meeting-Resolution Presented by
Minister Mott Smith.
I'HASr OF Till-' HOLY a HOST.
Following is tho program for
tho Feast of tho Holy Ghost to bo
hold at tho Iloman Catholic Catho
dral tomorrow and Sunday:
Saturday, 7 p ra BloBsing of the
offerincB, and opening of tho ba
zaar. Concert by Concordia, Port
unueso band and illumination.
(irnunds opon tut il.diJ p. m.
Sunday, 7:30 a. m. Distribution
of alms to tho poor.
10:30 High rontiucal mass.
Music by tho Cathedral choir and
St. Louis band. Procession boforo
and after the mass.
I p. m. Grand banquet for tho
poor. Music by Concordia baud
during the whole aftornoon.
5 p. m. Closing of tho celebration.
A mooting of the stockholders
of tho Eona Sugar Company wmb
held yesterday to rocoive tho re
port of tho manager as to progress
made since its organization and
for an election of two now direct
ors and additional otlicors. The
officers will bo found uudor Now
J. L. Conrpor mado a report of
improvements and progress of ouie
planting up to the present dato.
In addition to tho 27G acres of
growing cano on tho placo whon
tranBforrcd to this company 1100
acres moro havo beon clonred, plow
ed aud mado ready for planting,
250 of which are already planted
and tho balance is boing p'anted
as fast as possible.
This gives tho Eona Sucar
Company about 17C0 acres of
growing cano this season. Tho
additions to tho mill will bo com
pleted by July 1st nnd grinding
will commenco lmmoniatoly tuere
after. Tho capacity of this mill is
25 tons ovcry ton hours. Tho
company proposes to plant nbnut
2000 acres more next soason, when
a nino roller mill will bo ndded to
tako off tho 3700 acres of cane
then under cultivation.
Applications havo been mado
for planting several hundred acres
of cano on privato lands adjoining
hb soon as seed can bo had. Sorao
800 acres in feo simple havo boeu
ad clod to the company's lands late
ly, and some 500 acres leased.
Sovoral thousand acres additional
sugar lauds aro available when dt.
sired by the compauy. Tho rainfall
has been amplo to dato for tho
growing cano and it is all in a
nourishing condition. Tho com
pauy iB preparing to construct a
railroad to connect tho lower lands
with tho mill for tho transporla
Hon ot cano. Una will run a dts
tanco of about eovon miles south
along tho uppor govornmont road.
A fiuo wagon road has beon com
pleted from tho mill to tho laud
ing, a distance of ono and ono-half
miles'. Tho stockholders were
much ploasod with tho manager's
A iua I1AIIY.
All Unlet Ht Kuhtiku.
Manager wane stated to a
Bulletin reporter this morning
tutu no dnej not antioipato any
further trouble among tho labor
ers at Eahuku. Tho laborers
havo beon particularly quiet and
industrious since tho wnrfare of
sometimo ago. "If there are any
prospects ot further troublo I
have been unablo to discover it,"
said Mr. Waito.
Gv ccries, Crockery, Hardware.
There wero moro peoplo up in
the Police Court this morning for
violating tho licenso laws.
Police Court Nolci.
In tho Police Court this fore
noon tho following osbps wero dis
posed of: Ah Moon, oho fa
tickets in possession, ono month
at hard labor; Akona, opium in
possession, $60 and costs; Manuol
VasconcolloB and Joo Jose, dis
turbing tho quiet of tho night,
aentenco euspendod for one
, ii. . - ..
Digby Sloggett who has been in
tho PoRtoflice for several months
ha) appointed bookkooper in tho
dry goods of houso of B. F. Eh
lors & Co,
A crowd house created tho
ondappearauco of the Hoy t-MoEee
Company in its premutation of
tho farce "A Rag Baby." Thore
is not much ot a plot to tno piece
but it is full of laughable situa
tions protty musio and bright
Tho andiono was kept in a con
tinual roar of laughter from be
ginning to end.
Mr. Conors' songs "Because He
Had to" and "Poor O' Hoolihau"
wero woll liked. Miss Orator did
a cuto little dance on a barrel and
the dancing of tho guardian o'
tho poaco was a revelation to the
"A Trip to Chinatown" will bp
presented tomorrow evening and
at tho matinee "Tho Bag Baby"
win oo roposted.
The Now Ntock Kxehana
Tho now Stock- Exchange had a
preliminary meeting in tho office
of J. H. Schnaok yestorduy aftor
noon and appointed tho following
commutoo toaratt a Bet ot by laws
to bo presooted for consideration
at a mooting to bo held next Mon
day: E. O. WinBton, Olias. Phil-
Iip8aud Wra.Savidge. Theso with
tho following constitute tho chart
it members: J U bi'linaok, J b
Walkor, E It Bivons, F W McOhes
ney, Ballentyuo & Eakin and Jut
H Lovo. It is understood that tw
prominent brokors from SanFrau
cisco, now in the city, will beoomi
members lator and will givo the
npw exohango a vory substantial
A special mooting of tho Com
uiibBioncrs of Public Instruction
was held ycotorday to receive tho
repoit of a special committee on
select pchools. Miuister E. A.
Mott-Smith provided, present with
him being I'roffBsor Alexander,
Mrs. E. W. Jordan, J. Q. Wood
aud Dr. Maxwell, members of tho
board; Inspector Genoral Town
eeud and Si'urotury Hodgers, also
The committee's report gavo a
historical account of tho feo sys
tom, and tho rnons for.its con
tinuanco as to select schools after
abolition otherwise. Siuco this
distinction was established tho
conditions had in groat moasuro
changed, aud now the oommittoo
recommended that all fees bo
Discuesion elicit"d nothing but
favor for t'uo proposition. Miuis
ter Mott-Smith presented tho fol
lowing resolution: .
"Resolved: Thnt tuition fees
for attoudance in nil public tehools
in tho Hawaiian lilands bo and
tho sarao are horeby nbulishod.
This action to take effect at tho
beginning of the next school
Mrs. Jordan moved the adop
tion of the report, which was boc
oudeil by Dr. Maxwell and car
Amongst miso-llaneous business
it was decided to have tho summer
vacUion begin on Juuo 23. An
official announcement of this is
Lumber Yard fair.
A native was called beforo Judgo
Wilcox in tho Police Court this
morning ou tho charco of assault
and battery on unoihor native.
Tho caso had boeu hanL'inc firo
for threo or four days. Doputy
Marshal Hitchcock naked that a
nolle proa be entored as the matter
had beon amicably settled betwooa
tho two. The complainant said
that defendant had apologized to
him and that ho did not euro to
push tho caao. Judge Wilcox stat
ed that ho was perfectly convinced
the row had como about in a cer
tain lumber yard whore somo of
tho mon were in the habit of run
ning a litllo saloon on tho eido.
Ho warned them that they had
bettor givo up tno business.
is tho first of Ssptembor
Commlllcil lo Circuit Court.
J. C. Cohen appeared in tho
poliuo court this forenoon on tho
ohargo of smuggling aud was later
bound over to tho Circuit Court
for trial. Attorneys Humphriea
aud Hankey represented tho do
fondant nnd MnrBhal Browa
tho proBPoutiou. Tho Court was
forced to wait for some littlo for
the arrival of important witnesses
that Marshall Brown sub
poonadod yostordny and who pro
mised to bo in tho police court on
timo for tho trial.
A PURE ORPC CHIAM Or TANTAR POWDCR
Highest Honors, World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Avntil Halting I'oirilrn containing
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