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Vol. VI. No. 1232.
HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1899.
PjtIOE 5 Oknts.
TSEDDING AT HIGH NOON
MEHAMEHA DAY, JUNE 12
THE LOOTING IN APIA
RONA SUGAR CO. TROUBLE
MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES
SITUATION DOWN IN SAMOA
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There wmb n quiot but pretty
wedding lit the Catholic Oathedntl
nt biyh noon today. Mr. Geoige A.
Ordway of Honolulu took to wife
Mies V.runiix MoArnn of Snn
Jobo, CJilifornii. RighlRev. Qui
Btan, BUhnp of Patiopolis, assisted
by Father Clement, solemnized
tlio contract. Mrs. 0 D. Wright,
mother of the bride, cliil the giving
away part of the ceremouy
The groom was conducted to tho
front of the altar by hi brother,
TJ. J. Ordwav, acting m best mau.
Tho bride walked tlowly up the
uitde, alonp, to meet tho groom.
Tall and fair, hIio looked beautiful
iu a simple but rioh gown of heavv
corded white silk, tho waist tini-h-
ed with rt yoke of point lace. With
thia coetumo wns woru a
largo whito picture hat.
Tho bride carried n large
shower bouquet, and her jewels
wero nil diamonds.
As the contracting parties enter
ed at opposite ends of tho church,
Father Valentin playod a fine
wedding march on tho organ.
During the ceremouy soft music
was played, nnd a march as tho
wedded conplo rotirod.
At the gate, after recoiving con
gratulations from many friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Ordwny ontored a
carriage and drovo oil for tho
Wuikiki Annex, whero they will
spend the houoyraoou.
It ib a handsome couple indeed
wuo iiavo iiius unitoci meir me
destinies. The groom U ono of
the stalwart Ordway brothers who
enjoy great popularity in this
community, both for their musi-
cnl talont nnd ngioeuhle social
qualities. The bride is one of
the favorito holies of Sin Jose.
Mrs. Wriijht is the wifo of a leal
ing member of the bar iu that city.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox
will give a big lu iu to their
friends nt their homo in Knlihi
touight in honor of the fourth
birthday of their daughter, Vir
)K AT WATERHOUSE'S: $
Asiderson's Delicious Soups,
Fanciest China Crockery
STOXJ'XjXj FI3ST3D THEM .A.T
y, AVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Gi ccrieu, Crockery,
Tho Government has decided
that tho cplobrntion of Kamoha
meha Day shall take placo on
Monday, June 12
This is all that tho Race Com
mittee of tho Jockey Club, ap.
pointed "at a recent meeting, has
been waiting for. Now that the
time Iihs been set for Monday in
stead of Saturday thpy will go to
work to arrnnge a program for
for Sittunhy nnd' Monday both, so
that Honolulu ppople will hvn
their till of horse racing.
Tho committee, compoied of S.
I. Shaw, 0. Woltera and W. H.
Ilnogs will meet at the track some
time tomorrow and will have the
progiams for tho two days' racing
ready by 5 o'clock. Thoy will
tttko suggestions from the men
who bavo horse at the trnck and
will confer with thora in regard to
tho various ovents ns they are the
ones most directly Interested.
Hawthorne nnd Stcvcnion.
Profoasor Iiolfe hd a largo at
tendance at tho University Exten
sion class last night, wbou ho loo
tured charmingly on Hawthorne
and his works. Afterward tho
discussion of Stpvensou's works
was takon up. Saveral residents
gave rerainiscpnoa of their ac
quaintance with tho author in
Honolulu. Ono rolic was pro
duced in the form of tho perora
tion of a talk givon by Robert
Louis Stevenson here, written by
himself nt the request of a local
representative of tho press.
niiln'l Hun Into Pot.
In tho Police Court this fore
noon Mnnuol Andrade, a bus driv
or, nppeared before Judgo Wilcox
on thoohargoof furious and heed
less driviug. Audrailo is tho man
who" ran into Deputy Marshal
Hitchcock not many dayH ago.
When tlia defeudaut testified he
so put his words that Mr. Hitch
cock whs represented as running
iutn n telephone post. However,
Aiulrade wa proved guilty nnd
Gned $ 0 and costs.
Samoan Herald Gives Detail of Damage
that Was Done.
Complete Destruction of Household Properly
General Smashing of Every Article
Ruin In Growing Crops.
Apia, May 20. On Monday Inst
the Herald representative innde a
tour around Mbloofua so n to
fco the damngo that had been
done in that direction ly tho na
tives, and the effect of tho shell
ing from tho warship.
As hat beou stated the natives
have completely destroyed all
household effects, and iu Mr.
Loddor's there was arnplo evi
dence that thoy had not left any
thing. Ills bedsteads, pictures,
tables, cooking uteusite, and glass
windows had all been broken, and
portions of tho samo could be
seen lying nrouud in differout
parts on the road.
Tho next call was mado nt Mr.
Huch's, and hero wo woro met
with s rather worse state of affairs
for no ono has been there to put
the placo in order sinco the mis
chief was done. Hero also could
be seen chats, tables, bodsteuds,
cupboards, cooking ranges, and
ovon tho piano was lying about
the premises in pirtt; wires and
keys strewn about and smashed to
pieces, also his books and letters
lhe next slny was mado at Mr.
Skeen's, and as beforo here we
wero met with a Bcene of total de
struction of a similar nature. It
was plainly seou that de-tructiou
had been rampant, rb hardly a
vpstnge of furniture had beou Ml.
Wo were also informed that n now
piano which Mr. Sheen hnd just
imported from the Colonies was
evou iu a worse plight than tin
ouo which wc had seen at Mr
Huch's if it could bo possible,
everything had been destroyed,
even the covers had been torn off
the sofas and the frames smasho I
towing machines totally destroyed
and all the iron work of the bed
steads pulled asunder and broken
or carried away eo that they will
be utterly useless.
Wo drove over to Vailima to
seo tho effect of the shelliug, nnd
as wo came in view of ths roni
dence we could discern pre tit gapa
iu tho roofs nnd windows vncaut
of glass, and on approaohiim
closer we could see where tho
shells had cone olean through the
building and torn the woodwork
all over thu same, nud w fchnuld
say that tho native who were
occupying it must have hud a
rather warm time.
One in going over the ground
woudere, whon viewing the deB-
unction, why thu natives did not
burn tho buildiugs down inntead
of taking eo much trouble in des
troying them. Aflor we had gone
over th estate we made a i-tart
again for town. On our way back
wo had more leisure to raako in
spection of the diimngo done to
tho plantations nud were fiiir
prised to bpo that whero Cucio
trees had been cut down, th y
wero again putting out fresh
sprouts. As regard the damage
done to bananas, no do know that
it is only for tho season. Wo also
saw iv uuiuber of breadfruit trecm
which appeared to have beeu den
troyed, but judyoof our surprise
when wo wero informed that it
was not tho work of natives, but
by tho owner's orders that tho
trees were looped. On tho whole
wc think that the Lotopa fottlers
have been the worst sufferers with
regard to tboir plantations, for in
many cases their trees huve been
ringed by tho natives, thereby
being totally destroyed, and their
plantations much moro out to
wnsto. Mr. rietheriugton Oarru
thers' has also suffered a deal of
loss and we have been informed
that his furniture and promises
aro oven in a wurso condition than
nny we mentiou. Mr. D. ii.
Parker's properties havo aleo
shared badly, aud many others in
the same street.
Laborers State That Manager Coerper
Retused to Pay Them.
four Japanese and Tom Magulre Arrived
by the Hall Yesterday - Liw Suit May
Come Out of. Mailer.
According to new brought by
the V. (J. Hall yestoidny uftr
noon there Iihh been eerimin
trouble between Manager Oooiper
of the Komi Suuur plantation aud
Japanese and other lab irers who
lmvo been doing the work of clear
iug the laud.
Tom MHguiro who weuttoKonn
not long ago to lHk one of thu
contracts sas that a few days ago
a lot of Japaucse surrouuded the
house of the nmnager and threat
ened to kill him, nud that the
latter shut himnelf iu the house,
armed witli a revolver. Tho mat
ter was adjusted and is now pud-
ing decision on tho part of the
agent h of tho plantation.
According to Mr. Maguire tho
trouble oimo about iu this way.
The JapinoHO employed in cloar
ing off a strip of sixty acres for
planting purpopos, did the work
aud then culled on the manager
The latter refused to do this
telling them they had not done
tho work right. Tho laborers did
tho work over again. After they
had finished thoy called again on
the rannager for pay but were re
fuso I tho money on (he ground
that they did not do tho woik cor
rectly iu the firnt pW-o.
Four JapatiPt-n came down iu
tho V. G. Hall in connection
with the matter nud u law&uit
On ben g spoken to about the
mutter this morning, Mr. McChes
ney taid he. had only henid the
side of Hie Inhorers. He had been
at the plantation about two weeks
ago and had uot seen nny work
that would warrant the advance of
mouoy that had been promised.
So far as ho wa9 concerned, he
knew the agents would pay any
just claims without any a murmur.
NUJIJIKU TIIK.VTISR SHASON.
Prominent Mxmli-ra "f (hn Wnlitorf
CuntiNjr In Itirltliiiitt0 llrmnH.
"William McVey has issued an
nouncement of his intention to
givo Honolulu a summer theater
soaBon at the Opr Il.iuse. Logi
timato drama will be given. The
opening play of the company will
be Utliello given next Hutunlay
and Monday evening. Member-i
of the company include Messrs.
McVay, Boggs, Show, Bowman,
Adams, Dunn nnd Walton. Miss
Boyor of tho Wa'dorf Oimpany
will tako the leading juvenilo
parts. Mi's Lilian Uayward is
the lending lidy and in addition
to MisB Fay Courtney, talent from
tho Coast will soon arrive.
WITH TUB HPEUUISIIH.
FiiBt work at tho race track con
tinues to kr-ep the horsemen ou
tho qui vivo. Reports from tho
track thU morning nrn that John
Ouderkiik's Kiln i worked nut a
mile in '2:1-1 tlin morning. Home
caught him at 2:14S and 2:147, nt
allleveule the pace was suali an to
start up gr at prediction? for the
speed in tnis greeu horse. Violin
went her Gist heat iu 2:14. The
second heat was said to be hotter
than 2:lo, but most of the timers
gnvo her tho go by aftor tho first
mile. Irih Lassie woikedouta
milo iu 2:17J very handily.
Tho championship game play
ed this forenoon between the St.
Louis nnd Puuahou cnlloges wus
won by tho former. Tho score
boing 1G to G.
The engasroment of Dr. Archi
bald N. Siuclair to Miss Flora M.
Perry is announced. Both are
popular members of local socioty
and carry the good wishes and
congiatulutious of tho community.
Major Wilson or the Federal Garrison to
Deliver the Oration.
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address-Escort Not Yd
Determined -Annual Memorial Services
at Christian Church Tomorrow.
Sorgoint Mnjor J. Wilson of
Iho Sixth ArtMlery will deliver
the oration at Niiuuiu cemetery
on Tuesday next, Memorial Day
Dr Emerson "ill be ninixli.il of
tho dny This is an nppoiu'nient
for tho occasion, the other ollicere
named below being tho reuulnr
ones of Geo. W. Do Long Fot,
G. A. It., for tho currout term.
I'lio mnrt-hal will nrraugo and
regulate tho procession.
It is not yet determined whai
troops will form tho escort nnd
saluting detail. Pott Commander
Lia JL'ierre is absent nt Kahului,
but will return iu the Olaudine
The program of exercises at tho
cometory is as follows:
Ritual Post Commander
Ritual (continued) Post Commander
Decoration Graves. Officer of the Day
Lincoln's Gettysbury Address Comrade
Hruce Hatman, Battery l,6tli Artillery
Oration Sergeant Major
Edward J. Wilson, 6th Artlllerv.
Roll Call of Dead Adjutant
Salute Post and b'scort
SlnRlnc "AmerIca"-...Cholr and Audience
M.irshal N. It. EmerMm'
I'ost commander .... L. L. Ln Pierre
Officer of the Day ....J. IJJ Conn i pPOplo tt know that the U S 3
Chapla,n R. Jay GrceiwiMiUHdolpliiu was to leave- Simon
loiuiirrow evening the nnuuil
church parade of tho G. A. 11
will be held at the Christian
Church. Rev. "W. A. Gardner, n
veieriin of tlio civil war nud n
member of tlio order, will preach
A Finn I'a.t Yarlil.
Tho Alameda from the Colonic
last nigut brought u liuu fust
vacht from 8yiluey for Meters W.
W. Harris and Cio.ier of this
city. Shois a perfect beauty nnd
her linos aro tho envey of nil who
havo seen her on tho Oceanic
wharf. Tho npw yacht is of the
o-'ulerboatd class and looks as if
she could turn iu her own length.
Sim has already succeeded in
making n most enviable record iu
tho Colonies. Tho yachtsmen of
tun city will watch her very caro-
To Paint Klnir f Hlnin.
Hubert Vns, thu famous Dutch
painter, who was here several
mouths ago, is now iu Korea,
where h is getting Fome excellent
types for exhibition at tho Paris
Exposition. Ity tho Inst stoamer
from the Oriont n letter was rn
ceived from Mr. Voi in which he
ftat'd that he hnd obtained a com
minion from the King of Siam to
paint a life sizo picture of him
self. Ainntrnr Oreh.r ICn(rK'rnl.
Tho Amntour Orchestra will
play at the regular annual oxhi
liitiou in fancy dancing of Mrs
Guun's dancing suhonl for chil
dren that ia to take place iu the
Tho orchestra will also play at
the commencement exercisos nt
Oahu Cullogo on June 2i).
llnl Olomr,' Lnwn Party.
Tho band will not play at
Emma Squaro this nftoruoou as
uxual, Minister of Foreign Af
fairs Mott-Smilh Iisb given his
consent to havo tho b.iys play at
the uioaners' lawn party this
afternoon. The program to have
boon played at Emma Squaro will
bo rondurcd at tho lawn party.
I'o'lca Court NoUi.
In tho Police Court this fore
noon tho following cneei wero tlia
posed of: Fonk Tai. unlawful pm
oession of opium, $ol) ai d costs;
Ah No, snme charge, nolle prot'd;
Kowng Yeo Wo, violaiiug the li
cense laws, 810 aud costs.
Parser Smith Tells of What the Com
mission Is Doing.
Mataafa lo ba Examined on Batfger Ptlla-
dclpbla Now on Way lo Honolulu
Collar Brutus for Guam.
Purser Smith of the Alameda
vry kindly furnishod the Uum.k
TIS with the following latest iiuwj
from S'moa Inst night:
"The Alameda tailed from Apia
on the 20th instant. The Undger
with tho thrco CommisMoiierti
aboard was in port nt lhe time,
I'ho Ohii'f Justice, Mr. Chambers,
had already bpou examined as
ha 1 Consuls Mnxss and Huso as
well as King Malietoa Tnuu.
"Ou tho 20ih, tho Commis
sioners decitbd to sond for tho
robel chief Mataafa to bo examin
ed aboard tho Ba Igcr. It was tho
intention to send a boat from ono
of tho British nnd tho American,
and German men ofwar in p')rt
around tho point to a place to ba
agreed upon by the rebel chief.
After the examination ho would ba
returned to the Biran placo and
allowed to return to his people ia
the bush. Tho impression was
that Mataafa would certainly con
eout to bo examined. Iu fact it
would be the very host thing in
the world ho could do. Tho
three Powers represented guaran
teed him perfect safety from at-
tek of aiy kind.
"It will undoubtedly be inter
estinu and welennii ihwh tit mihih
for Honolulu on the 22i d inst.
She tad conplpted her miesioa
and all was quiet Il"r work win
theiofore iinished. Tho Brutua
was lo sail t n day nfter wo l.ft.
Her orders wero foi Guam. Tho
Badger was ofooureo to romaiu
at oainoa until matters wero
"Ever sinco the brutal killing
of the three officers from British
anil American ships of wnr thero
has beou no further trouble. Tho
Mataafaiis have remained iu tho
buph nnd tho Malintoans iu nud
about Apia. The tiring hns been
but desultory and without effect.
With the appearance of the Com
missioners pence scorns to havo
W. O. HmKli Iti'tiirm Thniik.
At a littlo after 2 o'clock yester
day afternoon a lettor whs receiv
ed by Marshal Brown nt the po
lice ptntion. It contained hu ex
pression of the highest npprei'ia
linn of the recipient of the beauti
ful solid silver lo and cotTeo ser
vice presented by Marshal Brown
tho other day on behalf of the em
ployes of the Police Department.
Kim PrriiiUrn toolil.
Tho reridenco of Mrs. Knno at
the lower end of Downtt Lane,
Kapaloma, has been pold for I ho
sum of $10,000 nud tho present r.o
cupauts will move out iu tho near
At Inst nucounta from Auckland
the steamer Perthshire had been.
15 days out finm Sdney to tho
Blnir, and nnxioty for hor Bfety
was becoming intenee.
a purc cntpc cncAM or trts rowm
Hlgliest Honors, World's Fal
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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