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Vol. VII. No. 1318.
HONOLULU, H. 1., THUBSDAtf, SEPTEMBER 7, 1899.
PlilOB 5 0ENT8.
WAS GATARRHL PNEUMONIA
CHAMBERLAIN STANDS FIRM
APPLICATION FOR CHARTER
WILLIE LOSSMAN'S STORY
HATCH STILL ARGUING
WAS KNOCKED SENSELESS
Death of a Soldier at Baena Yista Hos
pital This Morning.
His Notable Birmingham Speech on the
Prominent Business Hen In Oceanic Gas
Young Stowaway Tells How He Wan
B. F. Dillingham Present In Conrt an
Japanese Luna at Honolulu Sugar Co.
& Electric Co.
dered From Home.
Hit in the Head.
Certificate Sajs Tbat Disease Was Induced By
Anaesthetic Given Deemed By Den
tist To Extract a Tooth. .
At 8:15 o'clock tbia morning
Wm. J. Murdon, a private of tbn
6th Artilleynow stationed bora and
man of only 21 years of age, diod
at the military hospital in Buenn
Vista after an illuoss tbat has last
ed since. August 31, 1899.
Tlio death certificate is startling
in tbat it roads as follows: "Cause
of doatb. Catarrhal pneumonia
induced by an auaosthotio admin
istornd by a dentist in the city for
tbo extraction of a tooth."
Tliu certificate is signed by Dr.
Yule, nssistaut surgeon of the U.
8. Army ntationod at tbo Buena
Surgoon Wood was seen about
the matter this forenoon, but re
fused to say anything regarding
No arrangements have yet beon
made for tbo funeral of the dead
eol lier; howovor, it will be held
some time to morrow.
TROUBLE AMONG CONSULS
Washington, August 20 In
vestigation of tho charges ngainat
Dr. Edward Bedloe, United States
Consul at Canton, will ba the
foundation of a general investi
gation of the United States con.
sular service in China. Charges
and counter-charges involving not
only Bedloe, but other consular
officers, are on file at the State
Department and tho fullest in
quiry will be made into them. If
one-half tho allegations maie are
true thoro will unquestionably bo
soveral dismissals of consular of
fleers in Obina. Some of tho
charges aro of a sensational char
octer, involving tho houesty of
Consuls and their subordinates.
Consul. Qonoral Wildman at
Hongkong has accused Consul
Bedloe ot official acts which would
compel the President to remove
the latter if Wildman is sustained.
Gounter-oharaoB against Wildman
havebeen filed by Bedloe, and it
is said that allegations of irregu
lar conduot havo been made by
the wholesale by these two men
and some of their colleagues. No
information as to the naturo of tha
charges is obtainable at tho State
Department, but it is asserted to
day that the aotiou of the depart
ment in suspending Bedloe was
not duo to anything that effected
D-partmont officials will ot
Bay, however, that charges of that
cbaraotor havo not boon made,
and, in fact, givo the iraprossion
that tho honesty of several Cou
buIb has been questioned. As
told this morning, the suspension
of Dr. Bedloe from his consular
office was duo to complaints made
against him by the Chinese Gov
ernment. Those complaints, it
was learned, bad nothing to do
with the reported practico of Con
buIs of accepting unauthorized
fees for approving tbo certificates
of Chinese subjects who desiro to
return to tho United Statos.
AlBCilamuiiiit Mmioa Kuml.
A gang of laborers has at last
begun work putting on tbo top
dressing of crushed rook on tho
west Manoa road. A beginning
has boon made near tho bridge
just outside John Ena's land. This
is tho upper extremity named in
the appropriation mado by tho
Legislature at its last session.
American ahip Fort George
sails for tbo Coast today.
Says Kruger Is a Procrastlnator British De
mands Must Be Accepted E?en
at the Cost of War.
Birmingham (England), Aug.
2G. In throwing opou his own
gardens hero this afternoon to
tbo members of St. Bartholomew
Ward Liberal-Unionist, Joseph
Chamberlain, Secret-try of Stato
for tbo Colonies, was drawn into
the moBt important speech on the
Transvaal situation he has mado
siuoe tho adjonrnmont of Parlia
ment. " But what am I to talk about ? "
asked the Secretary, in beginning.
Cries of "The Trausvaal I"
'Yes," ho replied, "I kuow there
is one subject which is very deep
in all your hearts and about
which I canuot talk or say much,
lest I do harm that is, tho rela
tion of our raco with the Trans
vaal Government. I wish that I
could tell you today tbat the dif
ficulties existing for eo many
years betwoeu hor mnj-sty's Gov
ernment and the oligarchy in Pre
toria, which tins assumed such au
acute form during the past fow
yearH, were happily settled.
"But, unfoitunatoly, that is not
yet in ray power. As you kuow,
for three months wo have been nl
work. President Krueger ha-
made, perhaps, some littlo pro
gress, but 1 cannot truly say tbat
the crisis is past President
Krueger procrastinates iu bis re
ply. Ha dribbles oauh reply like
wator from a tquoezil spougo.
He offers are ho ompnuied with
conditions which bo knows to be
impossible, or he refuses to allow
us to make a satisfactory investi
gation of their nature.
"I do not think it will be de
nied that wo have exhibited un
paralleled putionce in tho relations
between a paramount and a sub
ordinate stato. Tho situation is
too fraught with dangor; it is too
strained for indefinite proposition.
Tho knot must bo loosened, to
use Mr. Balfour's words, or nlso
wo shall havo to find other ways
of undoing it.
"If wo are forced to do that,
then I would repeat now tho
words used by Lord Salisbury in
tho House of Lords. I say that,
if forcod to make further prepara
tion, if this delay continues much
longer, we shall not hold ourselves
limited by what we havo already
offered, but having takon this mat
ter in hand, we will not let po un
til wo havo secured conditions
which, once for all, will establish
us as tho paramount powor in
South Africa, and secure for us
our objects there, equal rights
and privileges promised by Presi
dent Krueger when the Trans
vaal's iudependeuco wnB granted.
'If it comes to this, if the rup
ttiro which wo have done every
thing in our power to avoid, is
forced upon us, I am confi lout wo
shall havo the support, not only of
the vast majority of Britons, but
of the whole empire. In all this
bad businoss thoro a one thing
upon which we can congratulate
ourselves, and that is the unity of
the ompire. No British subject
can suffer injustice anywhere
without awakening a respousivo
chord in our most distaut colonies
whioh stand together in maintain
ing tho honor and integrity of
The old tolephouo exohango
room, destroyed by firo, has been
built ovor and is now in first cUsb
shape. The windows and doors are
arranged so that tho plaoe is al
ways cool. A small room at the
lowor end with a largo glasB win
dow on tho operating room side,
will be used as a place where visi
torB can watch the "central" peo
ple at ibeir work without disturb
F. J. Cross President and H. H. Kohn Manager
- Capitalized at $50,000 Electric-plating
and Galvanizing a Feature.
An application for a ohartor by
tbo Oceauio Gas & Electric Co.,
Ltd., has been made to tho Minis
ter of tho Interior by Thos. Bain
Walker of T H. Davies & Co.,
F. J. Cross, the electrical expert,
M. P. ll-ibiusou, B.F. Dillingham,
M. M. Kohn, and F. D. Greany,
tho Compiny to bo capitalized at
S50.000. F. J Cross Is tbo Presi
dent of the Company, and M. M.
Kohn tbo Manager.
Tho purpose of tho Company is
to conduot a ceneral gas lighting
unci power Uu m us m tin p'lwi
tatious of this and th other inl
ands ot the group, to operate un
electro-pl'tinu and gtlvaniziug
plant in Honolulu, and doal iu
Tho compiny will succeed to the
business Htarted some tune ngu
by iu iU IV inn, who has thor
oughly provn tho possibilities of
Mr. Kohn will leave for San
FraucUeo unit t"i eastern oitio
in tho Maripona, September 15 iu
tbo iuterestn of the cum pun,,.
Among other thing, he will pur
chase and h ve suipp-d to Hono
lulu, the first complete ol"Ctro-pln-ting
plnut ever imported into tbo
Sp'cial attention will lie given
to lighting eouutrv towns nud
villages and nleutiical power turns
missions ou the plantation.
HFAHON TICKKTH IN UK U AND.
There seems to bo no question
regarding the success of the com
ing great opera season in Hono
lulu, by the Boston Lyric Opera
Co., for 8 wooks commencing tho
first week of November. Com
munications by tbo score have
been receive by tbo representative
of the company now in this city,
all endorsing tbo grand musical
evont promised. This is certainly
assurance tbat tho Honolulu pub
lic will extend tbo hoartiest kind
of a welcome to this great band of
singers, and that success awaits
Tbo sale of season tickets be
gins Monday at Wall, Nichols Co.,
and contiuuos daily from IU n. m.
to i p. m. Get your placo oorly,
is good advico.
A new programm roplote with
sparkliug itoms will bu placod be
fore tho houso this eveuing. The
pleasing duotists, Chandler and
M'PhorHon,- and Trixie Coleman
tbo cbio popular favorite will
warble some uew oirsj tbo latter
also appearing as "The Bowery
Girl." Boyga & Hnowtrd will
show in an orit-inol sketch "Mrs
Bouncor's BoardoiB'an I iu Buck
stone's famous comedy "Tho New
Boy." Lillian Leslio, Ordway
and Lynwood completing a speci
ally excellent entertainment.
Three Japanese women and one
man, stowaways in tbo Oirmar
thnnsbire, were discovered among
the lot of contract laborers at the
quarantine station this forenoon
by E. R. Adams of Alexander fe
Baldwin. They will vory probably
bo sent baok to thoir unlive count
ry in tho Dorio Saturday.
t'liamplen Hull Tuurr,
Thoro is a champion baseball
tosBoi at tbo Post Olfioo, a recent
arrival in Honolulu, who Bays he
can throw a ball at least SOU feot
As soon bb ho has got in a little
praotioo throwing letters and pa
pers, tho boya will give him a
trial on eoran very largo hill near
Has No Kick Coming-Got Sick But He's Used
to That-Was Called "White Trash" by
Tho littlo fourtoen year old
stowaway, Willie Lossman of tho
City of Puebla, dropped in at tho
Bulletin office this forouoon and,
after chatting ptoasautly with tho
members of tho staff regarding
his excellent trea'mout aboard the
transport, wrote out the following
for publication in tbia paper:
"I had tn clime uuder the pier
and walk along tbo plauk under
neith, I got even with a nother
boat nuil chmeil up the sides an
other boy helped iuh up ho triod
to eto-vawny also but ho did not
ucceed. Him and a collored boy
were chased otf. Tho whito boy
paid my fare down to the trans
po't from tho Pr sidio. I throw
my basket contniniug clothes for
my trip and thru juinpt ou
myself. I ant nick wheu we first
started out but I am ute to that,
came ou deck the next morning
anil the chief stuwaid caught me
and gave me n j h in door ken pur
and al ho to clean off die tables,they
are tr otiug mo real nice ou tho
Puebla aud I havo uu kick com
iug. I also stored away ou the
Sheridan tho last time sho oamo
down here. There was a colored
boy by tho name of Jessie Nou
man and nu English boy by the
uamo of Krauk Hnwtwd when the
colored boy saw mo bo said:
'What is that whito trash doing
on here?' Thoy rent mo out to
tbo corral atlwiloi with the color
ed boy and they seut us back to
Frisco on tbo Australia. This
time I bad no colored boy to
botbor me so I got a long a little
bettor. I 'will go to Manila this
timo as mascot. I wna with Mr.
MoManus, tho hoaree-franer that
took Our Boy (Wola ka Hao) with
him to Sacramento."
A L1TTLIS MIXKD.
Yesterday afternoon Keoki, a
native, was arrested on tho charge
of larcony in tho second degreo.
Uo was allowed to go on his own
recognizance provided ha would
return with tho stolen goods at 9
o'clock this morning.
Last nJL'llt J. F. .Inn van ni-rnol
ed on ti.o ohargo of drunkenness.
Lister ho put up $G bail and loft
tho polico station.
When tho uamo ".Ton" wno mill.
ed, thoro was uo answer. Court
UtUcer Sea went outside and spy-
JllL' Kotlkl nktd lllm IllJ ,.u..n
Satiitiod that this was tho fellow
wnuted, the untivo for Joo being
KjO and vnrv miinli liL-n TTunl-i
S a took tho man boforo Judo
ileox. The charge of drunken
no-n ivih rend and Ivn.iki nlriiuiml
guilty. Later investigation prov
-d tho mistake that had been
undo Howovr-r, Keoki is Mill
lockrd UD Oil thonhnrrrn nf lornuiii-
Joe still has SO to his credit in
the Deputy Marshal's otlioo.
TAV'LOIt TO JtlVMbA.
A. P. Taylor, formorly clerk
with L. A. Thurston, left for Ma
nila iu the Transport Siam as nd
jutant to Captain O'Neil. no will
have nil bis oxponBeB paid besidos
rocoiving a substantial salary and
will return to Honolulu in about
two months timo. Boforo going,
Mr. Taylor found tho chock for
S8U0 whioh ho lost Monday night.
Tho endorsement wbb by Captain
O'Neil. A regular boarder nt tho
Homo Bakery found the check
and banded it ovor to Manager
Fiold who kindly tolopboned
Gcorgo Ashley nt Bishop's bank.
A birdseye view of the reaion
about Manila. It is given in On To
Law Books Galore The PlalntltTs Contention
S. H. Ballou to Close
Tho argument in tho Wsialun
Stock oaso was continued this
morning for tho dofondant, F.
M. Hatoh doing tbetalkiog. Since
yesterday tho attorneys for the
plaintiff sido have surrounded
themselves with law books which
are pilod upon tables and give one
tbo impression of fortifications.
Mr. Hatch speaks from behind n
tromondons pile of calf bound
law and the plaintiff's attorney
look out from behind another
heap of books.
Mr. Dillingham was presont iu
court tuis morning and was inter
est listener. His attorney Bpoke
of tho manner of tbo plaintiff's at
tempting to throw out the imputa
tion ot fraud in all their examina
tions of Dillingham in rotation to
his dealiuus with Jns. B. Castle
and Oastlo & Cooke befnro tho
ilotatiou of tho plantation whs
completed. That they had oven
gone so far aB to intimato that B.
F. Dillincban bad bad published
the fact that Cattle & Cooke weie
figuring ou taking the ngoucy ot
tho Waialua Plantation Company
to compromise thorn in a way and
compel them eo to do Just as it
J. B. Atherton, Ed. Tonny or nuy
of the others could the forced into
a vory heavy financial transaction
by nowspnpor reports. The at
torney Btated that during the trial
bo bad not interposed numerous
objections to questions propound
ed by plaintiffs ns be did not wi'hI)
to take the time of tho court
knowing full well that at tho ar
gument bo would havo opportu
nuy of oxplaimuL' to the ludco
and as there was uo jury ho would
not uavo to arauo auainst tho
opinions formed by twelve men
during the taking of tbo testimo
ny. 'Xue case will in all probabi
lity bo ended this week S. M. Bal
lou making tho closing argument
for plain iffs.
Settled Out of Court.
A Chinese hack collided with
tbat of a native this morning.
There was a Japaneso psssongnr
in tbo former vobicle. Tho native
threatened a suit in tho Police
Court of SIC. tbo nmnnnt npnrn
6nry for repiiring tho iujured tiro,
u mo money was not tortUcoming
immediately Tim nhinnm.m
thoreupou furnished $3 and tho
Japanese tho same amount.
New Frrlirlit Clark.
Captain Wells is tho nowest
treight olork along tho wharves.
Ho is a man of considerable ex
perience along that line and comes
well recommended. Ho was n
passeuger iu tbo Androw Welob,
tho cargo of which ho is uow at
Dratli by UnMrnlnir.
The Oorouor's Jurv iu tho caso
of tho fivo-yoar-old Chinese boy
drowned in Pawaa Tuesday re-
turned a verdict of death by
drowning after a short session in
tbo iJoputy Marshal's oflico this
forenoon boforo Depnty Marshal
Ohillingwortb ns Coroner.
Wife Urater sentenced,
Paloka, a wifo beater, arrosted
last evening by Officer Von Hag
en near tho .Tramways stables in
1 alama. was thin fnrntinnn nnntnn.
cod by Judge Wilcox to fifteen
days imprisonmont nt hard labor,
George Hougbtailing, fined in
tho Polico Court yestorday for
unlawful possession of opium, has
noted an appoal to the Circuit
Three Hen Now Under Arrest for Invtstlga-
tlon-One Ran Away After Dastardly Act
Investigation Now Going On.
Doputy Sheriff Fanonfof Ewa i
if just now investigating a case of ,
awsault at tho Japanese camp of
tho Honolulu Sugar Co. Ouo man '
was arrosted yesterday f jr investi
gation aud two more today.
A Japaneso luun was sitting
near n table iu front of tbo camp
in conversation with another coun
tryman when suddenly he waa I
struck from behind and knocked i
soufoless. Whou found, there were
two wounds on his head nud an
other across bis bick. The work
hud boen douo with guava clubs.
The whole thing seems to be in
volved in mystery. Tbo luua
known of some enemies among bis
conntrymon on the plantation but
had no idea that any one of ihetn
would vent their opitn in buob n
Oue of tb ni'-n kn .wn to bo un
friendly toward him lisppnred
yesterday aud was immediately
songnt out uy uputy Sheriff Fa-
ueuf ot .hwa. Men w.rosoutout
in all directions nud th - fellow was i
soon located ami arrested. Up to
the prencnt time tho police lmvB
heen unnble to get an thing out o! '
Two mnro Jnpt.uoo wero ar
rfstorl this forenoon. Denutv
Sheriff Fauenf is confident that
(hoy know something about tho
That tho person or persons who ','i
struck the luua meant to kill him
ih h-yond a doubt Th- darknesa
was what proVm'ily avo.t uim.
Tho poor fellow is uow lying in
his quarters in very bad state.
By the last steamer to the Coast
an order was forwarded to the Lon
don Company controlling Atarconl'
svstem nf uln.Uce t.i.ni... .
b two Instruments to be shipped to
H Hawaii as soon as possible.
l Tl.t. l. - I . . n
i ins uiucr was lorwarueu Dy r.
J. Cross and his associates, who
Swiii maue a thorough test of i his
system for communication between
a the islands of this rrnnn. The nr.Ur
k calls for a complete outfit for two
As soon as the Instruments are re
3 ceived the worlc of experimenting
will be actively forwarded. The A
first trials will probably b; made
across the Mnlokai channel. If these
are successful It will be assured
that the Islands of Oahu, Molokal,
l-anal, Maul and Haw.ili can be
brought In telegraphic communica
tion. It Is probable that the first tests
will be made between Malon, u
K Point, Oahu, and Ka Laau Point,
It Is anticipated that the Instal
ments will arrive In Honolulu the
latter part of October.
a runt orapc crcam or tartar rowoct
Highest Honors, World's Falf
Qold Medal, Midwinter Pahf
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