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Vol. VI. No. 1252.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1899.
PitiOE 5 Cents.
BANK OFFICES CHOSEN
APPEAL TO HEADQUARTERS
WITNESSES ARE HEARD
ARE HOMEWARD BOUND
IN TEMPERANCE CAUSE
Col. Maofurlnno was seou ou
the ntrset this forouoon and, iu
nnswer to n question in regnrd to
Inter nrrnngements nbnut llio new
bank, mado tho following brief
"CommunicntiouH woio received
ju the Alnmedu Ibid morning iu
--which wero continued instructions
to proceoJ at ouoo vitb nrrnngo
rnents for the stnrtiug of tho bnuk
We mint bo rondyto opou for busi
ness on AuguBt 1 of this year.
"Tho officers will bo oppodto
Irwin & Co.'s in the Oarapboll
block. This plnco was picked out
by Mr. Cecil Brown nud myaolf
this morning. Fartitiona nnd
other pnrts will bi torn out nt
f'mco nnd tho nltorations necessary
or the nccoramodation of
furniture and bank vnu'U and
'The formal notice, of tho nllott
ment of stock will b.i mado out at
ouco. A further d posit of ten
per cent will bo required with tun
, nllottmout of stock nnd Gfty per
cout will bo called for within
thirty days. Them aie the iu
structiona from tho Statu.
"In tho coramuuicitious I re
ferred to was nskod i cuBtiou in
regard to whon wo would bo ready
for tho gold coin. Word will go
forward on the next atearaor call
ing for this nt the vury earliest
opportnni'y. The first shipment
will bo a half million dollars from
tho Snn Francisco subscribers.
"Word was received that Mr.
Lilionthnl left Snn Francisco for
AVnshincton nnd Nsw York on
IKejfml.eavn UCi ll'a lilllncl.
' London, Juno 14. Tho corres
pondent of the Daily Telegrnph nt
Cuynne, French Guiana eays:
Last Friday when Dreyfus wns
"Vombarkiuc. ho cn.t a long nud
tearful look upon tin prison and
said: Exouso my natural emo
tion. I hnvo long wn accuBtom
od to that little piece of laud and
I hnvo very much 1 ved its cood
nud uCubld p-jpulatioj.
Messrs. J. T. Waterhouse de
sire to notify their customers
and correspondents that on June
1st, 1899, their Grocery and Pro
v vision Dusmess
and taken over by Henry May &
Co., Ltd., and the Hardware and
Crockery departments by the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
As our Messrs. Waterhouse
win continue to be identified with
the Corporations named, we de
sire, in thanking the public and
our patrons for past favors, to
request a continuance of their
good will to the Corporations
succeeding us, and of which we
The Grocery and Provision
business will be continued at our
present stand, Bethel street, and
the Hardware andCrockery stock
will be moved to the stores of
the Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Bethel street. (Signed),
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dated Honolulu, May 28th, 1899.
A potition nakiog President
McKjuley to submit tho reoont
decisions of tho Supreme Court
of Hawaii, holding thnt the United
States Constitution is not in forco
bore, to the Attoruoy General of
the United States for his opinion
thereon is being circulated among
tho local attorneys.
A grnud double bill will bo pro
vided this evoning for the delecta
tion of tbo patrons of this popular
family theater. Mr. Dosky pro
miscd thnt as time woro on the
merits of the show would iuorenso
both na regnrda the quality nnd
number of the urtista ongnged,
nnd that promise is being kept
right along. Tho steamer Ala
moda brought four new people,
"atais" in their particular line,
who will appear thiB evening.
Miss Mario M Branded, thw phe
nominal soprauo vocalist; tbo
Hnrtwell Sisters, acrobatic and
contortion dancers, and Mr. D.ivo
Marion, comedian, singer nud no
robnt. All will show in now und
elegant costumes aud in tho vpry
latoat American specialties. Iu
addition, all tho old favorites in
cluding Qlorino will be retained
on tho bill, making tonight ou
tertainmout tho most varied and
expensive yot witnessed. Prof.
Sharp and his talented orchestra
will provide tho music. Gome
oarly as the curtain will rise
Luna lleportcil Killed.
Now York, June 13. A Sun
cable from Manila, Juno 13th, nt
f:3,") p. in., fiiys: Authentic in
formation has b?en received here
substnntintiug tho report of the
nseisaiuntion of Genornl Antonio
Lunn, tho Filipino military londor,
by members of Agninnldo's guard.
The cruiser Newark cot into n
severe galo nenr tho Straits of
Magellan. It ia likely ahu will
bavii t ) go to San Francisco for
ropairs boforo goiug to Samoa.
Atorney Humphreys On Stand In Dis
Marshal Brown, Attorney Atkinson and Others
L'tard Hearing Will Probably
Close Soon.' "
Tho disbnrment cuso ngninBl
Attorney Uoneral Coopor occu-
pioil tho nttoutiou of the Supremo
Court this morning.
To boar out tho petitioner's
statement of facta au presented to
the Court tho examination of hov-
oral witnesses was necessary.
Attorney A. o. Humphreys tho
petitioner in tho caao nt bnr was
the first witness. Ilia statement
was substantially the enine ns in
A. L. 0. Atkluaon was tho uoxt
be called to tho stand nud bin
connection with tho case was
made plr.iu. During his testimo
ny tho fact was brought out that
nothing Mr Humphreys had said
to him relative to the present case
had caused his resignation from
the Attorney Qonoral's depart
ment. A V. Brown followed Mr. At
kiusou and stated under oath that
ho was tho marshal of tho Repub
lic and under tho command of the
Attorney General. lie testified
as to tho conversations had by
him with the Attorney General
nnd with Mr. Humphreys toeard
ing tho assault case which had it
outcome iu the di-barment pro
ceeding now boforo tho Court.
The petitiouHf is roprpseitol
by Kinney, Ballon und MoOlaua-
nun am! tho roipnurienthv W.. O
Smith and Bay. D. Mead. The
cn-o was on again this aflornoon
and will probably cousumo tho
greater part of tomorrow,
IIAVK IIIIOl'nllT SUIT.
Schwoitzor fe Co. of S m Fran
cisco has brought nn notion of ns-
Hunipsit in the Circuit Court
against 0 J. Fiehel, cburtring dp
foudnnt with obtaining $750 worth
of goods, wares and merchandise
for Mra. G. A. Turner and failing
to pay tho amount, less n littlo
over 810(i. Humphreys fc Han
key, attorneys for plaintiff.
Fanny Strnuch has brought
suit in tho Circuit Court for spe
cific performance rfpaiust Fnpai
kauiau lauken, the plaintiff allea
ing that defendant refused to tnke
tho remaining $28') for lot 3i in
tho Kewalo tract after having
agroed on March 18, 1899 to turn
over Bnid lot in sixty days from
dnto nnd after hnving nccopted
two payments of $23 and S95. Tho
prico agreod on was 10 ).
Coney Island Sportiug Club,
Jnne 9. Big Jim Joffries of Lna
Angeles is tho champion pugilint
of tho world. At the Conoy 1st
nnd Sporting Club tonight ho do
fented Robert FitzsimmoriB iu n
fast nnd vicious contest thnt went
olevon rounds. He fought with
tue coolness unci precision nt n
veteran nnd nt no time was ho iu
danger of defeat. It was n fnir
nnd pqunro contest; marked with n
brilliant display of science on both
sules nnd was fairly nnd eqmrely
won. lht young California show
ed hinisolf n miiBter nt overy point
in the gnrao nnd won as ho pleas
ed after bo bad taken tho raonsure
of his opponent.
STIU.MUU pout aliii:ht oisaiim:i).
Soa'tlo, Wn. Jiine 1-1. Over
duo etenmer Port Albert, nrrivod
iu port today, olevou dnvs from
Her dolny caused by breaking
down of mnchinory. She en
countered rough woather nnd
heavy head winds, soon aftor
louving San Francisco Drawing
tint nine foot of wntor, she stood
high with propeller half out of
water and prosontod broad surfaco
to wiud, ngniust which she could
make but four knots. Her con
iitaut rolling broke big stenm pipe,
which rendered eucines useloss.
For fivo days sho drifted whilo
mado tompornry ro-
QUESTIONED BY MARSHAL
James Welch, Formerly of the Ala
meda Tells Ills Story.
Taken to rollco Station B? Harry Evans-
Knows Nothing of Disappearance of
525,000 Allowed lo Co Free.
James Welch, n former em
ployo on tho Alameda, was np
pronched by Harry Evnns on tho
Oceanic wharf this morning while
talking to suinu of tho mon of tho
Alamcdn nbnut tho $2u,0U
Welch is one of tho men who left
tho sbuimor at this port on her
last trip bete. Ho wns at onco
taken to tho Police Station and
there gave tho following Rtory to
Mtrshnl Hrown nod Denutv Mar
shal Chilling worth:
"Just beforo tho departuro of
tho Alameda front Syduey I saw
tho Amorican Consul in reference
to getting passago ou thnt stonm-
or. ilu give mo a noto to tbo
first officer nnd I wont aboard ns
ono of the deck hands. The un
dprstanding was that I should
leavo tho steamer in Snn Francis
co our, upon arriving uore, 1
found rcpnits about tho placo so
good that I decided to remnin.
the Bloamer cauuot hold mo ns I
was simply working my way.
"I assistoJ in putting the monoy
aboard tho Alameda at Sydnoy
Four or fivo boxes pissed through
my hands. Eich was labollfd
and officials wore standing at in
tervals of fonr foet nloog by tho
placo whore the boxes wero being
passed. There is only ono placo
for the presage i' the monoy nud
thnt ia through the trap door. I
cannot Eeo how it got away."
Welch waa closely queationod
and, upon tolliug his story, wns
allowed to co with tho nndertitnnd-
tue thnt ho roporlod at tho Police
btation nt times epecihed. olch
is cmployod nt right iu th Ho
nolulu Iron WorkB and i known
as n trustworthy employo.
Harry Aunttw DohiI.
San Jose, June 11. Harry J.
Agnow, ownor of the noted Agnow
horeo breeding farm, died huiT.Ioii
ly of heart disi-nso this eveuing.
He loaws n widow nnd three
children, besides n mother nud
eistcr in Honolulu nud two broth
era, John Agnew, nu employe of
tho San FraucUco Gas Compauy,
nnd Gi-orue Aguew, n resident of
Tho dend man, who was the
owner of sevoral W3ll-kunwa trot
tora, was a native of New York
Stnte, whuro he was born fifty-two
yenrs ngo, Ho carao to Califor
nia from Honolulu ten yonrs ngo
and established tho stock farm nt
Agnew leaves n couaidernblo
eetato, despite tho faot thnt his
financial Iobbos nt various ttmea
havo boon hpavy.
AIII'.HICA'S CUP UKl'lSMHCII.
Bristol, IU, June 11. Tho
work of stepping tho mast for the
Colnmmn has boon successfully
accomplished nud tho forco of
riggors have begun tbrir work.
Tho defcuiler has boon pullul
out on tho railway from which tho
Columbia waa launcuod and men
nro olo.tning hor uudur body.
Tho Oregon pino mast of tho
Columbia ia not ns large but is
inoro graceful than the stool mnst
of tho Defender nnd nppenrs to
bo fully fonr feet taller than tho
latter. Work is progressing
rapidly on the Columbia nud
thoro is uo reason to doubt that
she will bo roady for hor first trial
trip on Saturday.
Information was brought (o tho
Bulletin this morning that Jim
Shorwond reported doad byn local
papor some time ugo wns nlivn
nnd well on tho 8th day of May of
William iIoVay,Sntiirdny uight
in "The Op.tnronn" will nnrtrnv
the oharuoter of tho Salem Scud-
Oregon Volunteers Leave Manila for
Nagasaki and Home.
Lawlon's Troops Experlenca Sonn of Hardest
Fighting of llie Campaign Havy
In a Scrimmage.
Maniln, Juno 14, 11:15 a. m.
Tho first American volunteors
started for homo today, tho trans
ports Newport and Ohio carrying
tho Oregon regiment nud tho
First volunteer Signnl Corps.
Thoy Hail for Sin Francisco by
wny of Nngnsnki, Japan, nnd nro
expected to nrrivo nt their destina
tion July 12.
The Oregon regimont left horo
sixty two dead, boing the totnl of
its mon killed iu bnttlo nnd dend
from disenBO ns n result of tho
The troop wero cheered ns tho
trnusportti atenmed out of tho
Oil.' Itrport of I'lshllnir.
Washincton, June 14. Tho
followiug was received at tho War
Maniln, Juno 14, Adiutaut Gen-
oral, Washington: Lawlou's
troops under Whoaton aud Ovon-
shiuo occupy country south to
Bacoor, havo scouted westwnrdnud
Borne diatnnco Bouthwnrdonlinoof
tho Zapote river and Bacoor road;
enemy nppenrs to havo rotired on
Iinua, abandoning bay country.
I'ho fighting yesterday aevore;
our loaa ton killed and forty
wounded; majority nt crossing
Zapoto river. Euomy driven from
heavy nud well constructed en
trenchments to whiah they hold
h'iinoiouly; thair loss several
hundred, of whom fifty wore buried
this morning. Will not probibly
muko any determined future stand
in Southern Provinces.
Tho Navy Dopnrlmont hns re
ceived tho following cnblej-rnma
from Cintam Uarkor. tho nnvnl
ollicer iu c a mm and nt Manila:
Mnuibi, Juno IS, Secretary
Navy, Wnshiuglon: The iusur
ont3 tired nt Navy ynrd. Mnsk
ed bitteriea. Ships of war shell
ed position nnd iutreuchmouts.
Tho Holeunnnd Mouadnock land
od forces to nsbist iu mniotniniug
tho position until reinforcod by
tho nrmv. Tho movemont was
"ucceaBful. Euomy wns routed.
No cnBunlties iu tho unvy.
Mnniln, Juno 14th, Sooretnry
Nnvy, Waahington liocarding
ongagomout of Juno 13, detail of
ollicers for Bpccml vorvico indi
cnted was signalled:
'Appreciate assist inco of tho
nnvy, which I Phnll aokuuwledgo
with plensuro ollicinlly Lnwton.
Mro Up ii for Oil..
Wn8hiuntoii, Juuo IU. It wns
nnnounci'd today that Gouernl
Otis will be given 5000 mora mon
than the numbor bo naked for.
The method of raising tho addi
tional men will not bo divulged,
but it is inserted that thoy will be
obtuiued from tho icgular army,
nud thoro will bo uo call for
With a.l.OOO mon it is believed
he will hnvo a force nmplo to pro
tect Manila, nnd nt tho snmo time
continue offensivo operations
ngniust tho insurgents.
Paris, Juno 14 A proliminnty
and iufnrmnl meeting of counsel
eugHged iu tho Venezuolnu arbi
trntion took placo nt the Ministry
of Foreign Affnira thin morning
The meoting of tho Vonpj'.uolnu
commission will bo hold iu tho
npnrtment placed nt I ho disposal
ot tho Spanish-American poace
commission, llio formal moeting
takes placo Tlmrsdsv morniue,
Nliirur Mnrknl llvporl.
Now York, June 14. Sugar
Raw, firm; fiir refiiiiuij, 4 1-Sc;
centrifugal 00 test, 4 1-lOoj moliB
bos sugar, 4 1-lGo.
Refined, firm; orushed (Jo; gran
W. C. T. U. Organizes Special Work
Eigle Hocse (o ba Conducted as a Temp.r-
ance House Flower Mission
At tho repulnr monthly mooling
ot tho W. O. T. U. hold
yesterdny nftoruoou nt Oen
trnl Union church two new do
pnrtmeuls of work wero orgioizod
nud nro now rendy for work in
charge of compstont manngorn.
The first is a depattmeut of
work for tho soldiors und sailors
with Mi6s Mary Groeu and Mrs.
Howard ns mnunnors.
Mr. O'Bryan from Camp Mo
Kiuloy wns preeont nud spok of
tho tomparnuco orgnuizatiou
formed nraong tho mon at tbo
post. Ho asked for co-oporntion
in tho work by tho Indies of tho
W. O. T. U. Tho noed of maa-
zinos and papers for tho raiding
room nt Camp to bo established
in a few days was touched upon
and Mrs. G. L. Puarsnu was ap
pointed to tnko charge of tbo
work of collecting rending matter
for tho soldiers. Mrs. AcrcJo
Nowmnu, Nationnl Pronidont of
tho l1 lowor Association of tho W.
0. T. U. at present in Honolulu,
will spoak to tho mon n Onmp
MoKinloy eomo timo in tho nenr
future after nrrnugemouts aro
mado with Col. Mills.
Tho aocond dopirtment is called
tho Flowor Mission nnd is undor
the directiou of Mrs. Lydia G.
HolmoR. It is tho object of this
department to have its membors
visit aud supply tho hospitals jail
nnd prison nt regular intervals
The first mooting is called for
Tuesday next nt 9 n. m. nt tho
Central Union church parlors.
All ladies of whatever denomina
tion who nro interested iu this
work nr cordially iuvited to 1j
Tho oorporation of tho young
people is especially dos'rad.
Flowers for distribution nro soli
cited. Thoy may bo br.iuht to
tho Central Union chureh Tues
day morning prior to (ho moot
ing. A Trmimrniico lintel,
Tho Euglo Hotel will hereafter
bo under tho management of Vic
tor Morgan. It is tho intention of
Mr. Morgan to entirely clinngo
the course of thinus iu tho hotol.
Tho house will bo cond noted on
strictly torapornnco principles nnd
at n raroting ot tho W. O. T. U.
yesterdny nftomoou thnt body
pledged its aid and sympathy to
tho efforts of Mr. Morgan. It is
his intention to havo rending,
billiard aud conversation rooms
nnd nil necessary tempornnco
Tho raaiu iden is Hint tho pa
trons 6hall havo n hnme-liko in
fluence about them. E. E. Smith
nnd wife, lately of tho Penrl City
Fruit Plauln'iuu will ba nssouint
od with Mr. Moroni iu tho mnn
Farmnlly Ccili-il Hi (iiriutiny.
Madrid, Jnu 14. The Son'alo
today ndopted tho lill ceding tho
Carulino islnmls to Germany.
a rune cnAPc cncAM or tartar powori
Hlgheat Honors, World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Foil
AvoM II.nkliiB I'nwilrn rnntnlntna
nlum. II icy nro lnjurlmm to lieulth
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