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Yol. VI. No. 1231.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MAY 2(5, 1899.
Puiom 5 Ohnts.
LOWER RESERY0L1 CLOSED WELA KA HAO'S FAST MILE
EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIARY
POSSIBLE FOUL PLAY
AN ARTILLERYMAN DIES
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Andrew Brown, Superintendent
of Water Works, Una cut oil tbo
Lower Nnuanu reservoir from tbo
Honolulu wator supply system.
This notion is taken by order of
tbo Miuistor nfthe Interior. lis
reason is thn safety of tbo public
health. Bathing clandestinely in
the Kopena pool above could not
be effectually prevented without
tha txnense of .a constant guaid.
'J'lion for eomi) tnouihs pnet tbo
liU'-nii Vista hospital bus been iu
cxisteuco ou tllO vorge of the
stream above the resorvoir. Mr.
Brown years ngo advised tbo
closing of this reservoir iu tbo iu
turest of tbo public limit h.
Iroquois llii. ,o Onlrr..
Linutouant Pond, comranndor
of the tugboat Iroquois, denies
tbo rumor tbat bo lias recoived
ordors to lenvo tins plnco with the
Iroquois. Ho says that his order
are the same as they have, boen
since bis first arrival to remain.
Ensigns Bierer and Stono of the
Iroquois will leave for tho States
in tho Alameda an thoy aro to bo
assigned to different posts, uow
that tboy havo boen maibi liouton
Houtrit Iljr I lit. Ilrltl.il.
London, May 8. The Foreign
Office has received news from Un
yoro that Oolonel Evatt attacked
Chief Kabarega on the oast bnuk
of the Nilo on April i)th and com
pletely defeated htm. Threo hun
dred of tho ouoray aod Kabnrega
himself, who wan severely wound
ed, and Kinn Mwauga wore taki n
prisoners. The Insf-es of Oolonel
Evatt wero two killed and twouty
Pror, Krur-' IMuna C'hncrl.
Prof. Koebelo has changtd his
plans about going to Shu Frauois
co. He was lo eail in 'bo Alame
da but has now decided to go iu
tlio Australia. The report aioiind
town was tbat ho would go lo tho
Colonies first but tbid is not tho
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Fanciest China Crockery
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Gr ccrtes, Crockery, Hardware.
Tho borso racing fraternity
oponod tboir eyes this morning
whon Cunningham's Wei a ka lino
worked out a milo in 2.M? on tho
Kapiolani track. Jim Quinu's
Violin was tbo only other horse on
the track at the timo. Violin was
scoring nnil did not have much
headway at tho time, but Cunning,
ham's horso came tearing down to
the finish' and as Quint) expressed
it "passed me liko a thunderbolt."
Wola ka Hao's last eighth was
made iu 15 seconds and tho last
quaiter in 31$. Horsemen are
putting on their thinking caps.
Ij"p wtiked out nu eighth in 10
anil the half in 1.03 coming homo
at a jog iu 2 21 or 2 22
Last ovoniog tho usual high
standard of excellence character
ized tho Orpheum performance
The repeated applause tbat eaob
artist received showed that the
popularity of tho individual mem
bers of tbo company manifests no
evidence of decline. Glorino
again apppared in her marvelous
and realibtic Gro act in which as
tbo Goddess Polo sbo arises from
tho Volcano's interior. Tomor
row Prof Mack, the modern wiz
ard of the north, will mako bis
first appearance in magic and
ledgordomaiu, introluoing tho
great Hindoo box mystery. The
usual Saturday aftornoon mntiueo
takes place tomorrow at 2:30. Ad
mission to all parts of tho house,
adult 25 cents, childre u 10 cents.
K Mo I Ornunilnl.
The schooner Ka Moi came in
from HauiHkua shortly after noon
today with a full cirgo of sugar.
As she neared the last buoy iu tho
channel she got too close inshore
and went on tbo sand. Tho crow
g"t to work and in about leu min
utes the Ka Moi whs out of trouble
and sailing by the wharves to Al
len & Robinson's wharf.
Hems of Today from Both the Big
Cabinet Occupied With Hawaii Railroad Contest
Street Signs for Honolulu
At this morning's meeting of
the Executive Council the timo
was occupied with the tiuestion of
a franchise for tho Uilo and Ho
nolulu lliilroad Oomnauv. A
member of tho' Cobinot told a
Bulletin reporter yesterday that
a decision was not likely for a sov
Honolulu is to havestreet siens.
and creditable ones too, at long
last. Iho contract has been award
ed to J. A. Tuthill, of Honolulu
for 79 cents each. Tho on
ly other bid wns that of
Honsbaw. Bucklev A- fln. nf
San Francisco for $1.50. Samples
ot tuo articles to bo furnished
by tbo contractor show something
praoucaiiy inustructiblo. Un a
beaw motel Illato tbp nnmnn will
appear iu whito enamel on a
lirir.li! Mnn ..,.,,! 1.1 I. M
u..... uiuu ,tti(tiiu. XJUUU Bill"
is four iuches wide. and thnlnHnrn
aro threo inches deep. One
8amnle has b-en backed across the
lnttOritlLr Willi a lintcllnt wltlinnr
destroying it. Tho ci;n8 raav b"
pniuien over, and tuen perfectly
renlorod with a turpentine wash.
Judge Stauley is bearinp, the
secoud day, the damauo suit of
Wo Sing Co. vs. Wonc Kwai.
The jury consists of of II 0 Villa,
I? W McChesnoy, Theo Wo'ff, ,Ta
Steiuer, A Harrison, J Carty 0 U
Huston, 0 F Wolfe, Henry Itotb,
(5 II Clapp, L P Feruaudez and 0
S Weigh t. Ifoberlfon & Wilder
for plaintiff!'; Magoon and Silli
man for defendant.
This is the fourth day ot tho
trial of fourteen Japaneso for riot
at Kahuku, by a foieigu jury be
fore Judo Perry. Tho prosecu
tion is still putting on ovidonce.
THK IinlTlHll CAIll.K.
Siliraf.llon lo IlrlH.li OnTprllmfnl rr
Un)llrn(a la Tourh Ilatrxll.
Tbo full text of tbo roport of
the British Cablo Commission to
parliament hs boen received by
mail. A matter of Hawaiian local
interest is discussed. It is sug
gested that, it n duplicate cable
should be decided ns advisable, it
might bo desirable to attempt to
effect arrangements for tbo touch
ing of the second cable at tho Ha
Since llrilnh Columbia chporod
tho Dominion Government by
offering to conlributo two
eighteenths of the cost of a cable,
ordors have been rocoivod at
Eiquimalt from tbo Admiralty lo
hove the steamer Egeria prepared
forthwith for a surveying expedi
tion. This action was taken at
Ottawa to mean that tho Imperial
Government was ready to meet tlio
views of the o ilouial governments.
Ilmtlfll Tomorrow Afternoon.
There should bo a liberal atten
dance at tho first league game of
tho season s series on tho Mnkiki
rcoreation grounds tomorrow after
noon at 3:3) o'olock. Tho Star
and Kamehamoha teams will com
pete. Tho boys havo been getting
in all tho practice possiblo since it
was decided that thero was to bo a
season ot ball and good playing is
An attempt will bo made to get
the band to play for the initial
game of the season as during pre
vinus seasons. Tho boys aro sure
they will bo granted Iho request
sb tho man who has the say about
tho band is ouo vory much inter
ested in sports.
NOIIMTT Til tills city, May 25, 1S09
to the wife of DrWdNoulltt.a o:i.
Remains o! Child Found Today at
Rough Coffln Remains Wrapped In an Old Cloth
Deputy Marshal Cbllllngwortb Is
Investigating the Matter.
A telephono mesunco wns re
coived at tho Police Station this
morning from someonu in Kaka-
ako telling of tho finding at that
placo of tho body of a human
baing in a bjx. Evputy Marshal
Obillingworth went to tho nlace
and found in about tbo contor of
the yard near tha beach nnd just
outsido tho kerosene oil warehouse
a small rough made box with o
still rougher cover faatonod down
with small nails.
A wftBon was sent down nnd tho
whole thing removed to tbo Police
Station. Dr. Emereon was sum
moned and nttendod to tho matter
immediately. On openinc thn
box bo found the body of a child. It
was wrapped in a part of a calico
holoku and, from oil appearances
had been dead at loiiRt five days.
Decomposition wns very far ad
vanced. Tho nationality of the
child could not bo told.
In speaking of tho matter Dep
uty Marshal Chillipgwortb said:
"I am pretty sure that tberoliHS
been foul play eoinowhero ol
though at tho pro.tont time I do
not know much about the caso.
When I got to tho place pointed
out to me by tho person who tole
phoned. I found tbo box lying by
the eido of a hole in the Hand
The body must have ben buried
and. then dug up by dogs when
decomposition set in. Ah yet, we
havo found out nothing ubout the
mother of the child."
A Coroner's Jury, composed
entirely of nntives, was called
after Dr. Emerson bad finished
with the examination. After hav
ing been sworn over the dead
body they wero told to roport ou
At a meeting of thn Auannintnd
Charities in tho otllce nf iIih SUfo
Deposit Co. yesterday afternoon,
President Dole presided nnd Mies
Hopper acted as eouretary. The
following executivo committee
made UD of ronreaenrallvoa nl
each society coucerned and two
unottactiHU members, was appoint
ed : Mrs. Dillingham, Woman's
U inrd; Mrs Dole, Kindergarten;'
Mrs. Fuller, Strangers' Friond;
Mr. FrukawB, Japmeso Church
Benevolent; Mrs. Du Roi, Hob
pital Flower; Mrs. Whitney, W.
O. P. U.j S. U. Dole and Ilov.
Ma kintosh, uuottnehed.
President Dole was unanimous
ly elected president of tho aseo
ciation. Tho next enroling of the
as-ociation will bo held Wednes
day afternoo next. Thero woro
a larjo number preout at tho
meeting yet-torday afternoon.
m 9 m
llenvj- KiiIm In Konn.
The W. G. Hall brings tho ro
port that thero havo beon very
heavy rains in Kona for tlio pa-t
few days. Whou tho Hall arrived
in Koua Saturday it was fouud
that tlio wator was rubbing down
at a terrillio ralo from Coerper's
resevoir abovo Holualoa. It sooius
that tho hoavy raius had caused a
break. When the Hall loft, iho
water was still Uowing down in
tho bed that tho reservoir water
had made. Tho hoavy rainB had
found this place as an outlet.
(iorrninnt lto! Wnihtiil Out.
The Government roid at Napoo
poo is in a bad stato jmt now say
people who nrrivod from that dis
trict iu tho W. G. Hall today.
During the past week thero was a
cloudburst or something nearly
upproaohiugit. Tho water wash
od out tho road at tho placo men
tinned aud made it impassable.
This is tho second washout within
tho past week or ten days.
The Meeting of Commissioners
Leaves of Absence aro Granted to Several
Teachers Teacher In Kona Is
Recommondations of the com
mittee ou teachers wore dispobol
of as follows at the meeting of the
Commissioners of Public Instruu
Miss H. F. Coan of tho Ililo
Union school was granted a life
certificate based on length of foi
vice. W. Vrodenbnrg of tho Wnimea
school, Hawaii, was granted leave
of absenco for tbo remainder of
tho torni on condition of his sup
plying a stitatituto.
O. F. True of tho Waiohinu
school, Hawaii, wob grauted leave
of absence for bis wife, on a sub
stitute boing provided.
Miss Franc Eaton of tbo Hilo
select school was graiitpd leave of
absence, on account of her health,
sbo to furnish n substitute.
A claim of J. O. P. Poahi con
cerniug a school be claims to hove
built up at Kuluia, Kauai, was re
forred to the Minister.
Charges ogaiust (Jeorgo Kani
kau, preferred by tho school
auontsof both North and South
Koua, ot soiling intoxicating
liquor, wero considered on a re
port of Inspector Goneral Town
send. Thn found Kauikan's ac
tions, as stated by himself, "to be
ontiroly unworthy of n teacher."
A resolution was pat-sial "ihat
Mr. Katnk.u be informed that bis
lets iu assmtitig people iu his ills
trict iu obtaining liquor art; dis
approved by this dijmlineiit, and
that any repetition of sueh not
will be dealt with Miinmurily."
A letter from CoiibiiI General
Ohas. T. Wilder was read, an
nouncing tint Mr. Hifftniiun ol
Sou Francisco would hogin work
at bii early day on bis contract to
build tbo Beretauin stieot scbool
houie. Au application ot Mrs. Tuckor,
ttaclior ol vnotl iuuhio in tho uov-
ernment schools, for an increase.
of pay woa referred to tbo Minu
ter and tho Inspector Control
Tho Iusp-ctor General reported
that ho bad appointed, tiuhj ct to
tbo approval of the department,
I'rinoe Li lople an assistant at
Lthaiunluuo in place of two of
the former teachers who bad loft
the institution. Approved.
Other matters dispatched were
routiuo and of no public impor
tance. Miuistor E. A. Molt Smith pro
sided at the mo 'ling, wi'h him be
ing present Professor W. D Ah x
nndor, II. M. von Holt. J. Q.
Wool and Dr. Walter Maxwell,
also Iuspector General Townseud.
Clxllur. at the Polloo Htutloft,
Contractor Thomas is rushing
along with his work at the police
station. Today, tho hallway
coveting the entrituct) into the re
ceiving station was torn away aud
the window just outside of thin
p'neo is being lowered. The stsire
will load up ovor the placo recent
ly occupied by the hallway into
tho stcoud story of the stables.
lrom tliot placo a Hallway lo the
l'olico Court is to be built. The
police clerk uow has his desk out
Bido tho Deputy Marshals' ollice
N Contract Iborra In Koii'i,
Dr. Potorson returned from
Kona and Kau in tbo W. G. Hall
today after having visited the
plantations in those districts. He
found Kau in good Hhapn and
then w out to Kona to look in'o
plantation nlTairs there. Uo nays
tbat ho oxicotod to find contract
laborers at the Koua plantation
but was mistaken. Tho men em
ployed there aro doing tho work
ou tho small farming proposition.
First Loss From Ranks of Nswlj
Typhoid Fever the Cause -Was a Nitlve of
Rochester- Eurlal Stivlce At 3 O'clock
Ellsworth Smith, n private of
Battery N, 'fJth U. S Artillery, in
gartiton here, dird of tvohoiil fever
at Buena Viata hospital yesterday.
ins ago wn yi years. The holy
will bocouveytd from the under
taking parlors of Ed. A. Williams
at 3 o'clock this afternoon to St.
Andrew's Cathedral, wliero ser
vices will be hold, and thence tho
funeral take place to Nuuauu
cemetory. The dead soldier is a
nativo of Rochesti r. N. Y. Dr.
Yuill of Biinna Vii-ta hospital cer-
tines iu uie tieaiu and cause.
WAHIAWA GOES BANG
Thero has been n continnoua
stream of investors up tboJudd
nuiiding elevator all mnrniug to
tlio olhco of F. W. Macfarlano.
Tho object is to get iu on tho
Wohiawa sugar plantation ground
tloor. Clarnnnii M Wl.iti.
looked up fiotn tbo receipts ho
was dealuiL' on loiw oimnnli i .!..
dine giving speciljc iiiforniation
'egnniiug too aiiituint at U o'clock
p. mv Ho pointed, however, to
ho Kl.uidikv behind him on a
tray, and Hit. ri'D iitfr'i nv.u ilwJi
s-rnmdy for a inotnont ou muc
lllllig liel'veen $U),i (I 1 nm g'J ((.
i"iO in U. S. gol.l coin. Many
Chinese art' subscribing.
AMiriitii ya.moi: roxriiArr,
Lmdon, May !J. Renh inr, a
question iu tho House of 0 mi
nions today as to whether tlio In-
diau Government bad nivon nn
order for tho Goktick viaduct in
Burraah to an American firm, and
why tho British inanufacturera
had not been asked to mako a
tender, the Secretary of Stato for
India. Lord George. Hamil'on,
replied that thn Indian Govern
ment had nothing to do with tha
contrnot. It uas given, ho said,
by tho Burmah Railway Compa
ny, which invited nix Euglish and
two Amorioaii firms to mako ton
tiers. Ntrm,,r l,r !iiiii, (.. Lot..
Tho steamer Iw,i was burned
while going into Bunaluu yester
day aftornoon. N tilling was saved.
Thero was considerable frotgtit on
her at the time. Thn firo is sup
posed to have started iu thoongiuo
room. The captain and the oreir
did tboir best to save tho Ia bul
the flames spread very raoidlv anil
it vas soon seen llfat uothitioj
!l)lltfl llA fl.inn rPli.. ....!..... .....t
' '' .. wiifriiii lull
erew tli-n took to the boat nnd
went astioro. The Chiuainaii who
answered tho telephone this morn
ing wii'ii qiiesiioneii aliotit tlio
matter, gave the bent necount ot
the burning. Ho raid the Iwa win
a pure onAPt crcm or tartan rowct
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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