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A Man With a Bulletin
It Gives Sure Return for the Money.
Vol. VI. No. 1220.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATUKDAY, MAY 20, 1899.
Pjtion 5 Oijxts.
N, G, H, TO REMOKD GROVE
TO GO OR NOT
TO STIR UP THE CUBANS
THE WABIAM FLOTATION
CHILL) HEAD FROM BURNS
At. M T
"Cnmp Mott-Smith" is tlio
nnme ;ivMii by Colonel J. W.
Jone to tlio RetnondGrovo bivoa
oc uromid of the First Regiment.
Till U iu houor of the Minister
of Korign Affairs and War.
"TIi,. First R-gimool, N. G. H.,
Mill lenvo fur Uomoud Grovo on u
special train ut7 o'clock this oven
iug. I he regimout will meet nt
tho drill shed at about 0:30 o'clock
niul, headed by the baud, will
uiniuli to tbo depot. At tbat place
tlio baud will letivo tho soldiors
nnd imircli back to town. On tlio
morning trnin tomorrow, Professor
Borgor will tuko tho baud to Jl -mond
Grove, there to remain until
As iilrendy stated in tho Bul
LETIK, tho sham battle will take
place early Sunday morning. Ool.
Joucb refuses to make any obangc.
Ho thinks it would bo unfair to
tho boys to wait until after thu
arrival of the morning train at
Eomond Grovo betoro having tho
sh'itn baltlo, as it would bo very
Cut of 12. A. Sherman.
E. A. Shorraan mado tho state
ment to. tho Bulletin this morn
ing that Marshal Brown had
ngrord to nolle pros, his caso in
tho Polico Court at 9 o'clock Mon
day morning. On being aBked
about tho matter Marshal Brown
stated that ho had told Mr. Shor
roau to appear in the Polico
Court at tlio timo mentioned aud
that ho would then seo what he
would do with it.
It is a fact, howover, that Mr.
Robinson's claim has been fall's
lioil and that thcro will bo nothing
further dono in that matter. Mr.
Sherman stufoi that Mr. Robiu
aon has agreed to givo him. a writ
ten exoneration over his signature
that hid bail has been catic lied
aud that now ho is an entirely
w aii iirATirommcm'G.
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YOU'LL FI3ST3D THE31C A.T
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
At yesterday's session of tho
Cabinut a motion was mado and
seconded, that tho Govornmont
was opposed to having tho band
go out o tho country. Thero was
somo discussion of tlio motion be
fore tho rival railroad representa
tives appeared, and thou tho mat
tor wis deferred till Monday. The
question comes up on tbi prftpo
sition to send tlio baud to the
Groitor America-' Exposition at
T() SI.OIN TIIKOU'.V
London, May G. At tho second
doy'd ruoing of tho Kempton Park
spring meeting today, Lord Wm.
Beresford's Knight of tho Thistle,
ridden by Tod Sloan, won tho
Great Jubilco stako of 1500 sov
ereigns. Captain Bewick's four-year-old
chesnut Ally Wylam by Symong
tou, out of Samaria, won tho
Hampton handicap of 2f'0 sover
eigns. Sloan's mount Esmeralda
crossed hor legs iu going to the
post, throw Sloan and bolted, and
thus took no part in tlie race.
Sloan, however, was apparently
not badly hnrt, as he rodo in tho
Jubileo stakes. Sloan was thrown
over Esraoralda' head, but rose
quickly and mounting a police
man's hack, roHo to tho post; but
Emseraldn could not be caught in
timo for the start.
Follce Court Notn.
There was about a five minutes'
session of tho Police Court this
forenoon. Most all tbo defend
ants pleaded guilty and thus faci
litated business. Wm. Farroo,
charged with larceny iu tho sec
ond dogoee, had seutonco sus
pended for throo months. The
case of Jop Joke, charged with
larceny in the second degree, was
nollo pros'd. Thero was ono case
oE drunkenness aud two liconso
Recalcitrant General Makes Extraordin
Prospect of Further Necessity
Savannah, Ga., May 0. Utter
ancos by General Laoret and other
of tlio aesomhlut leaders aro pub
lished horo today which might be
regarded as tending to inflamo tho
minds of tho Cubans against tho
United States aud to inoito them
General Lacret is quoted bb say
ing that while ho lias no doubt of
the honorablo intentions of tho
United States toward Cubans, tho
troubles and misundorstandings
ariso through tho ignorance of De
partments to tho conditions in
Tho general is also reported to
havo said that many of thu lower
classos would not bo able to live
during tho year. Tho crops aro
now harvested, business is dull
aud industries at a standstill. Tho
capital of tho islanders is hoarded
wbuo foreign capital Is timid. Tho
General Baid ho was confident that '
starving Cubans would soon be
obliged to Bteal in order to keep
body and soul togcthor and chat if
thoy wero to steal his proporty he
could not blamothem. As for the
83,000,i'00 seut from tho United
States far tho payment of Cuban
soldiors, that money would soon
bo spaut in saloons and would
givo no substantial help.
Talk like this which ia ropoatrd
by other prominent Oub.aus, is be
lieved to bo cauiiug outlawry.
Strikes aro spreading. Tho stov-
odores at (Jientuegos have again
General Wilson has ordered
that the reservoirs and tanks of
tho Cieufuegos aqueduct be dom
ed. Thoy aro in a filthy condition
and to that source is attributed a1
largo percentage of tho illness in
The Sisters of Charity of Ma-
tanzas, who havo beon occupying
the home owned bv Boneficonoia.
a oharitablc society, havo boen
ordered to movo out. Major Gen
eral Brooko, tho governor-genoral
of Cuba was asked to iutervono iu
behalf of the Boneficonoia officials,
forbidding tho expulsion of tho
nuns, who aro under American
protection. Fifteen districts, com
prising seventy villages, have po-1
titioncd for authority to build
wagon roads, to establish commu
nication botweeu various poiutti
and to furnish needed emplojraout
Mtm4 Nlnultta TmlHy.
Tho men's singlos iu tennis will
bo continued today if tho weathor
is good. There was no tonnis
yestorday on account of tho show
ers. This afternoon tho following
players will contest: Albert
Waterhouso vs. O. H. W. Norton,
J. P. Cooko vb. Olaronco Cooke,
1). Howard Hitchcock vs Mr.
Lansdale, G. P. Wilder vs. S. G.
Wilder, L. Wodohouso vs. Irank
Atherton, O. Elston vs. A. T.
Brock,M.S.Dnraon vb. Goo.Water
houBe, Donald Ross vs. E. IX.
Only Thro llunilrvil More.
It was learped this morning
that tboro woro only throo hun
dred moro availablo jurors on this
island who can bo choson from as
a jury in the romaindor of tho
Japaueso oases. A hundred and
fifty, including tho original Cir
cuit Court panel, havo already
beon drawn from.
A Prominent lUllroml Man Donil.
Chicago, May fj. Charles M.
Higginson, assistant to President
Ripley, of tho Atchison, Topoka
and Sauta Fe, died today. Mr.
Iliggiuson was woll known in
ART IN ITS NEW HOME
Spring Exhibit of Kllohana Art League
in Model Block.
Hoy Than One Hundred Works Catalogued
from Country School
Hitchcock Ihe Leading Exhibitor.
ki3ad weather Ihroatoned tlio suc
cess of tho opening of the spring
esiiibilioti of tho Kilohaua Art
Leaguo, but the enthusiasm of the
members whoso "first view" it was
overcaino the unfavorable condi
tious. Early iu tboevouing tho largo
new exhibition room iu the Model
brock was quito thronged. It
would havo been an intolerable
cnish in the former quarters of
f tbo League.
jBoth tho extent and tho quality
of tho exhibition were marvelous
in tho eyes of tho mombers and
tUeir friend. Thero aro 101
works on tho catalogue, and the
artistic avorago is higher than
over beforo approached.
JTho only deficiency from form
er exhibitions is that of porcelain
decorations. Several acquisitions
in pyiography ana wood carving
1,avo been .raw3- Mf8- Augusta
Graham, pioneer of tlio leaguo in
these branches, has just ouo of
each but they aro very fine. Miss
Irmaard Macfarlmio, a now con
tributor, has sevoral attractivo
specimens of pyrographio art.
Oue of the most instructive as
well as interesting exhibits is not
I on tbo catalogue. It arrived too
Into for that, and it dois not come
within tho ruin of boiug the work
of moiubors. Tho children of Wai-
Inlinlrk ctisrl rirtlt tl ltl f . n nntlni
tiou of fiue jninory aud knifo carv
fhp. It was sent by Priucipil
Charles King, under wlioso in
Btruction tho work wis done. Mr.
King was a graduato of KamoliH
meha Suhool for Boys, who show
ed sucu cleverness tliat no was
"e' to tho Oswego, N. Y., Normal
School by P. O. .Tones for further
oduoation. Thero are several arti
cles in tho collection, such as a
aoor ami a miuoio pain i tor a
sula uoard.tne cover ot a zither case,
Wnntiirn tmmna nfn ha ininnrv
was dono by tho boys, aud the
carving by tho girls. In somo of
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tbo articles sevoral Hawaiian
roods aro combined with excellent
skill. J Adopt handicraft nnd nrlis
tio conception aro revealed iu tho
carving, it is a revelation, coming
from a country school, uud ought
to be sent to Umaha.
There aro but fow recruits to
tho rauks of ths Longue paiutera
though tho new exhibitors nro
very croditablo acquisitions. Do
scriptiouB of individual contribu
tions muet be deferred at this
time for lack of opportunity to
study tho works leisurely. Mon
tion must bo made, however, of
tho grand oollection of D. Howard
Hitchcock, which, as on every
formor occaBion, constitutes tho
vertebral of tlio oxhibitiou. His
masterpiece, "Konahuanui," is an
immense canvas, full of natural
truth, in the middle of tho prin
II Mott-Smith, wlioso dobut at
tho last previous exhibition was a
welcome, feature, coutonts himself
with showing ono landscapo and
two portraits. Mrn. Kolley, the
Misses Parko, Mrs. A. Willis,
Philip II. Dodge, II. Mist and
Mrs. II. M. von Holt nro old
friends staying faithfully aud
with credit to themselves by tho
Loagne. Yoong Chung, a Ohino
Hawaiian schoolboy, makes bis
appearance iu two works that
promise much for tho artist's
Tho exhibition is open to the
public bvory morning from 9 to 1,
and Wednesday and Saturday
A celebration of Holy Com
munion of tho St. Andrew's Sec
ond CoiiL'rocation tomorrow morn
ing at half past live.
Stock Subscription to Be Open Next
Friday and Saturday.
Capitalized at $3,500,000- Mr. Dillingham the
Promoter-What Lands Will
Be Taken In.
Tlio subscription list for the
stock of the McBrydo Sucar Co.,
Ltd., i bo opened to the public
on Friday and Saturday, May
2Gth and 27th, 1899, from 9 o'clock
a. m. to 5 o'clock p. m. at tho of
fice of F. W. Macfarlano, fourth
floor Judd building. If the stock
is oversubscribed, tho allotment
will bo pro ratato each subscriber.
B. F. Dillingham, promoter,
givcB in his prospectus a very
completo statement ot this new
Kauai plantation. Tlio capitaliz
ation will be $3,000,000, divided
into 175,000 shares of the par
valuo of 20 each, with privilege
of extension to 810,000,000. Of
this $1,030,000 will bo paid up
Tho property taken over by the
McBrydo Sugar Company, Ltd ,,
comprises: Tho estates known ns
the Koloa Agricultural Co , the
Eleole Plantation, and th" Wahi
awa Ranch; together with all
crops of cane, live itnck and other
proporty appertaining ti theso en
terprises, with slight reservations.
The McBrydo estate resort os tbo
homoitead with somo adjoining
lands boach nremisos aud fun
Tlio inventory inoludoi tho Elo
elo plantation at 830 ,01)0, lauiU of
tbo Koloa Agricultural Co., Ltd.,
and McBrydo rmioli, making tlio to
tal amount of propei ty purobnsed
$1,G30,0M) to bo paid for in fully
paid up shared of the company
stack at pir.
The total aroar of the proporty
ropresonted iu tho above schodulo
it 111,031 acres iu feo simple, and
5,3 3 acres uud' r leaso, making a
total of 18,351 acreB.
Tho feo niuiplo lands consist of
three different titles; covering ro
spectively the Ahupuua of Lawai;
acquired through Queen Emma's
Estato, containing 3,102 acres;
Wahiawa, acquired through the
Estato of Dnucau MolJryde, cou
tabling 5,857 acres, and Eleelo,
acquired through Bcrnico Pauahi
Bishop, containing 1,120 acres.
1' lowing stream-) on thedo lauds
now irrigate caneuufliaieut to pro
duce nn annual average orop ot
two thousand to twouty five huu
dred tons of sugar, aud also to
keep two hundred and twenty
acres iu ric. Tbo amount of
water used ou the rice laud will
be sufficient to irrigate Bix huu
drod aud sixty acres cauo land.
The ultra conservative ostiiuato
of tho relurus gives promise of
10$ por cent ou tho prosout capi
tidiz'ition. It is estimated that not more
than 30 per cent will bo o'llled in
on the assessable stool: this year.
Prof. Maxwoll's report demon
strales that the lands aroof tho
Montreal fr (lit Coa't.
Washington, May G. Alfred
Moadeoai, Orduance Deportmout,
has been relioved from command
of tho Watervliot ArBenal, Water
vloit. N. Y., and assigned to the
command of tho Bencoia Arsenal,
Boneoia, Oali., relieving, Oolouol
Lawrenoo I. Babbitt, who has
boon assigned to the command of
tho United Stalos Powdor Depot,
at Dover, N. J.
DrnltfiT Will Hlurl Work Monday.
After a long period of roBt tho
Government dredger will start
work ocain Monday morning. Tho
machinery is being gotten in good
ehapo today so that anoarlystatt
Monday may bo assured. The
dredgor's work will bo for tho now
wharf that is to extond along tho
now wall that bogins from tho old
limo kiln point.
Built Firo in Gulch While Parents
GrandcotLtr Covered Injured Pails With Lard
-Father Did Hot Go lor Doctor Until
Yesterday Investigation Today.
The Gvo years' old son of Pua
hi, a former police oiliw, died at
the homo of the pircuts iu ICalihi
valley between 8 aud 9 o'clock last
night, tlm causo being severe
burns received by the little fellow
Thursday. Tho funeral will tako
The mother and fatlier of tho
decciflcd went to town ou Thurs
day. The forrarr went homo first
in tho ufternoon npd was followed
later by tho mother. Tho child
had been left with tho grand
mother. Wbon the father reached tho
hou-o ho 'vis met by tho grand
mother. She (old tho fattier that
Ins son ha 1 bowi very severely
burned. He had gone down into
i gul"h noar by in the eb'euco of
tbo puri'iits and had mado a firo
with marches secured from tho
houso. The ilamos hat cnught
his clothing and tli- wholo loft
side of his faje and chest wero
burned. Tho grandmother had
put on a lot of lard, this being tho
oulv remedy nt hand.
The child st, nii'd to get along
very well end th father did not
call for a doctor Yesterday morn
ing tho lit'lo fellow cnniplaiuod
that Ins h mdrt aud fet wero cold
and that h had pains in h
stomach. Tho father went aftor
a dndor but the hitler did not
ace mipip,) hi-n ta tho h mae. Ho
gove him tnpdiciuu nnd tho father
u nt aw .y .
Theohild died and an investigation
U in progress today. Tho Board of
Health aud the Police Department
have bfon notified. Deputy Mar
shal Chillingwortb has tho polico
end and Hnnlth Agent Reynolds
that of tbo Board of Health.
Comploto cbaii(jo of program
this eveniug. "Rehearsal" is tho
titlo of tho leading farcn iu which
town Bud country ideas of staae
butfino'u will bo ludicrously in
troduced. iMllo Glorine will appear in her
beautiful Uredancoas tho Goddess
Peln Mmeiijiiii; from the Vnlcano,
Kilauea, in tho midst of Hawing
lavu. This will bo a realistic
E1. Cunuiugbam will do his
wonderful sorpentiiie contortion
act. Tho Mis-eB Dalo, Ashley,
Graham aud Paruell and nil tho
male nrtuts will show in now
Tbo art exhibition will bo open
Mrs. A. T. Atkinson trippod on
tho edgn of the platform at tho
art exhibition last night, and fall
ing on her fnco lamed a kneo. Sho
wont directly homo in a carriago,
the unfortunate nccident having
eiubd hor oujoyment ot the oven
ing. A pukc onnpt cncM or trtk powota
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Uold Mcdnl, Midwinter Fair
AioM llnUlns roilpr coiital.jlng
alum. 'I hi') urn liijurliiun In linillh
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