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Vol. VII. No. 1310.
HONOLULU, H. J., PRIDAT, SEPTEMBER 8, 1899.
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Stoclt Exchange Election. R
:liange Election. N
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The annual election of officers
and directors of the Honolulu Stk
Exchinge took place this morning
at the board rooms. With one ex
ception all the old officers were
elected for the ensuing year.
Geo. R. Carter who has filled
the office of secretary since the or
ganization of the Exchange foi nd
It Impossible to continue In the dis
charge of the duties of the position
any longer on account of the press
of private business.
Chas. J. Falk was elected by
unanimous vote of the members to
take the place made vacant by Mr.
143 DAYS FROM NEW YORK
Bark Obed Baxter from Now
York yesterday aftornoou with a
cargo of 1137 torjB of phosphates
for Oautle & Cooko is now at the
The Baxter experienced very
heavy weather during the voyauo
round tlio lorn, spoko uo eesels,
though on July 3 h hark sunpnued
to he tho Foohnc Suoy from New
York wait siullted.
The O od Bsxtor has been pn
enged in tho Australia and Eist
India trade, uho is owood iu New
Thin ia tho Baxter's firnt trip to
IIoti)liilu. Her maa'er, Captain
Sweeney, pasBed through hero
eight years ao on th S. S Mari
posa. He was an ollicei ou the
U. S. A. Trausport Ioua dnring
tlit recent war; the Leona carried
tho colored cavalry from Port
Tampa to Santiago.
A flon of tho Baxter's owmr, W.
13. Eduerly iu on board for the
Tho bark wa M3 days sailing
from Now York.
Thero will bo a Coroner'a in-
quest this afternoon in the case
of the death of tho soldier Win, J.
Murdon yesterday. Tho juror's
are aa follows: E. O. White, H.
Giles, Geo. Dillingham, Wro. Sav
idgo, W. E. Bivous and S. Kubey.
The.ro ia to bo a very careful ex
amination into all the detaiU aH
tho death certificate signed by
Surgeon Yulo makes a serious
charge against tho dentist concern
ed. Tho jury will probably ait
Tho corouor's jury in the oise
mot at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon,
but Deputy Marshal Ohillinps
wortb announcod that there would
have to bo a poatpouomont until
Monday, at tho sarao time, as no
witnesses had yet put in an an-
uearance. A diliuont search had
been mado for tlio man who ao
companied tho deceased to tho
oliice of (he dentist iu question,
but, as yot, ho bad not beou lo
cated. Deputy Marshal Ghillingsuoith
stated further that ho himself hud
not yet learnod tno identity of the
dentist who treated the dead sol
aM T nun.
Jns. A. ThompBOti, the obliging
and popular deputy clerk of the
Circuit Court, has been granted a
woll earned vacation of two weeks.
Ho will go to Hilo with tho Star
Loaklnir for llleyeW.
Two more bicycles were stolon
last evening. To-day, Dotectivo
Kaapa and several men weut out
to camp MoKinloy to Bee if some
wheels havo not wandered into
that plaoo by mistake.
Passengers in the Mauua Loa
from Knu stato that tho orator of
Kilauoa ia smoking slightly but,
outaido of that, thero are no signs
of activity. Tho flros of Moku
aweoweo have entirely gono out.:
GLADYS AFTER THE CUP
A Light Yacht Race for 13th, Instant
Both Boat Out for Constant Practice Perso
nnel of Two Crews Only Two Boats Will
Enter-Other Boating Hatters.
On inquiry at tho office of J.M.
DouBott this aftornoou it was
learned that Ihoro had been no
onirics in tho cup yacht race set
for tho 13th iost.,but it ia general
ly understood that President Dole's
".Bonnie Dnndeo" and T. W. Hob-
son's "Gladys" aro tho ouly boats
Both yachts aro doing a great
deal of practising but President
Dole is doing tho most work, tak
ing the Bouuio out every day. The
crown nf the two yachts aro as fol
Bonuie Dundeeo J. Lightfoot,
Guy (!ire and J. Smith of the
Public wot It (i Hi co, J. Buhtou and
Gladys-H. M. Mott-Smilh, E.
A. Mo't Smith, Albert McGuru
and E. H. Wodeh'iuse.
The cup now hold by tho Bon
nie Dundee was pur up by the
Haw dan Yaidit Association many
yettiB muo It wns won once by
tho Hawaii, twicn by the
Mi'iilani, and, ever since the ar
rival (if the Bin'iii iu tht-s waters,
has be-u hld by that yacht The
appearance of th Gladys in tho
hsrbnr hat agin aunkiied en
thnsiiism, and Mr. Hobron has
doti ruiin.d to wrest the cop from
the B mum if it i possible.
Tin- iich will begin at 1 p. ni.
(ill till- llltll H rilllUt.
Euit thing is red and blue to
day The buttiug enthusiasts are
piepanug for tho champiouship
contests at Poirl Ha'bor tomor
row. The Myrtles say both their
crews will win aud tho Healauia
Hay tho saiao th ng about their
crews. If tlio public cau gain
any pointers from this they are
perfectly welcome. It can, hbw
over, be said that tho crews and a
cloao raco in tho sonior as well as
in tho junior ovent may bo looked
Captain Paul mllli.
Captain Paul Smith, recently
appointed to bo captain in tho
40th Regiment statos that when
last heard from his, command was
at Fort Shendn. The 40th ia
probably at tho Prosidio now aud
Captain Smith statos that ho is
uuoerlain aa to whethor ho will bo
summoneu to Sun i'raucisoo to
joiu tno boys thero or await them
hero as thoy pass through on thou
way to Manila.
Muiiairi r Hewitt,
Manager Hewitt of Naalehu ar
ived in the Manna Loa this foro
noon. He rodo all tho way from
that place t- Kinlua to catch the
Hteumoi His nbj ct in coming to
Houolulu i to seo about some
machinery for tho now mill of the
Hutchinson Suyr Co. at Houu
apo that has boon di-layed along
I he way.
Doctor aud Mrs. Humphries;
Vice Deau aud Mrs Kitcat; Jud
ge and Mra Stanley; Miss Dau
ford: Mr. Dunn, late of the Julian
Studio; Mr. O. F. Hall and Mr.
aud Mra. Mott Smith composed a
box party at tho Opera Houao last
The mistake was mado in yes.
terday'B Bulletin of saying that
Georgo Houghtailing was con
victed of having opium in poases
sion. Aa already published the
previous day in this uaner. tho
charge was solliug spirituous
liquor without u license.
The roll of honor amonn the nn.
tlon's defenders is given in On T
ANOTHER OLD LANDMARK
Soon to Be Pulled Down And New
One Pat Dp.
Plans For E. 0. Hall & Son's New Building-
Goods Now Being Removed From
Store and Store-house.
Drays and other conveyances
aro now buoy with tho work of
moving goods from the upper and
lower floors of tho main Btoro of
E. O. Hall & Son's and from tho
warehouse opposito on King stroet
to tho new warehouse ou Allen
street that has just recently been
To show tho amount of goods
that the firm E. 0. Hall & Son
has packed away it may bo statod
that it will take nearly two mouths'
time workiou nt tho prraeut rap'd
rate to clear tlio Moio an J store
houao of everything.
As soon aa all tho goods havo
beon removed, the work of tearing
down tho old building for th
erection of a haudsomo block iu
its place, will begin.
Just now, various contractors of
tho city are busy Hunring on the
architect's plan, preparatory to
handing in the bi Is for the con
struction of tho new block. As
jot, no time limit has beou set.
This will uot bo douo until the
bids have beon gone oyer and the
Of coiir-e. it is necessary that
E O. Hill & Son havo somo plsco
of luinois while tho new block is
being put up. Two sites iu tho
conler of the business pirtion of
tho city have beou picked out but,
aa yot, thero baa been uo decision
as to which of these will be chosen.
AN ENJOYAULE lUCCFlTlo.N.
A most enjoyable rccopliou and
garden party was given by Dr. and
Mra. Carmtobael to their frienda
at thoir pretty littlo homo on the
corner of Peuaacola and Kinau
streets from 4:30 to G o'clock yes
terday afternoon. Among the
huudred or more society peoplo
preBOot wore tho following: Pre
sident and Mrs. Dolo, Mr. and
Mrs W. O. Smith, Mr. and Mri.
P. O. Jones, Mrs. 8. G. Wildor,
Dr. aud Mre. Day, Dr. and Mrs.
Wood, Dr. aud Mrs. Myers, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert F. Judd, Jr., Mrs.
Hatch, Mrs. G. P. Wilder, Mr
and Mrs. Hawes, Mrs. Gunn, Mrs.
J. S. Walkor, MrH. E F. Bishop,
Mra. Bollo Jouos, Mra. W. It
Castle, Mre. F. J. Lowroy, Mrs.
Wiohman, Mrs. Magoon, tho
Misses Widdifield, tho Misses
Paty, Mra. Annia Montague Turn
er, Mra. O. M. Cooke, Lieut, and
Mrs. Pond and Dr. and Mrs. Max
well. The reception was held in tho
hnusn and tho refreshments were
served from a pretty docorated
booth sot in a cool aud comfurta
ble place on tho lawn. The
Quinteite Club was presout, fur
nishing Hawaiian music for tho
OU Vo the wnr.
Tho U. 8. A. Transport City of
Puebla sailed for Manila at 10
o'clock this morning with G51 en
listed mou.tho 11-year-old mascot,
mail, a quarter-deck Lad of fruit
aud tho good wishes of tho largo
crowd gathered on the Pacific
Mail wharf to soo tho boys off to
Harriett Lait Nltflil.
Arthur Moranda and Mury
Cookott wero married last ovon
ing by tho Rev. A. V. Kitcat at
St. Andrews Cathedral. The
groom being a member of tho
vostod choir, that organization
sang at the coremony.
Accurate history and interesting
stories of the campaign are told in
On To Manila.
FLAGS FOR THE SCHOOLS
George W. De Long Post Will Soon Be
gin Active Work.
Committee Appointed at Regular Meeting Last
Evening General Scheme Soon to
Be Happed Out.
At tho meeting of tho Goorgo
W. Do Long Post, G. A. R., last
evening it was stated that tlio ohil
dren of tho Paauilo school on Ha
waii had mado nu Araorioan flag
for their school house. This haa
been very much iu evidence dur
ing tho school year, tho children
having prided thorasolves iu hav
ing it Hying during school soa
aions and caring for it as befits thu
This ia merely an oxamplo that
the school ohildron of Hawaii aro
in tore-ted iu tho ling movoraent
instituted by tho Grand Army
members and will not he RHtistind
till the Amorican flirr floats from
overy echool house of the torritory.
inn action of tno Board of Edu
cation, exclusively published iu
the Bulletin, accepting tho pro.
position of the Giand Array Poat
to plaoo Amoricau Hags ou the
aohool buildn KB was formally sub-
mltteil to tho Uaorffrt W. D-4 Ti m
Poat last night iu tho following
"August 4, 1899.
" Messrs. Goo. De La Vontno,
W. L. Eaton, Jamoa T. Copolaud,
Committeo Gentlemi-u: Your
communication of August 1 ou the
subJHCt of displacing the national
11 ig on the auhool buildiugs of the
Islands waarcoived aud laid be
fore tho Department at a meeting
" I am instructed to inform you
that your proposal is accepted by
the Department and the authority
a-ked for is horoby granted Tho
Department also approves the
suugostion of sotting apart one
day in each year to be know aa
'FlBg Day' and will consider the
selection of a dav at somo future
" Vory respectfully,
"0. T. RoDQEns,
Sinoo Hawaii was formally
handed over to tho Uuitod Statos
tho local morabera of tho Grand
Army havo been fnrmulntiug
plans for this movoraent. Now
that the Board of Education has
given its endorsement and practic
ally cooperation, tho work will go
A committa composed of Geor
ge de la Vorgne, W. L. Eaton,
Jas. T. Copeland, Wra. McCand
less, E A. Strout, J. D. Conn, F.
Sherman, E Cooko ami S. Mo
Keague was appointed to take
active management of the work.
L L. La Pierre, conimaiidor of
the Post, ia an ex-ollioiol member
and will ho au active woikor. A
raoeting of tho committeo will be
hold iu tho near future, wln-n the
plan of campaign will bo detenu
im-d for a curing Uiirs and poles
for tho 141 soli ml housos of the
'ar AnmrlcHn Mllllonitlrea.
Loudon. AufJUBt 2fl A nnrinua
orazo has cropped up for the pro
tection or lanumnrka and placos of
historical interest against tho as
saults of American millionaires.
Stonouonpo is tho latest raonu
mout whioh is alleged to be
threatened, aud tho newspapers
aro stirring the publio luto a pa
triotio forvor subsequent to thu
announcement that it is for salo.
Thomas Hardy, tho novolist, is one
of thoso who havo boon writing to
tho papers urging tho Govern
mont to nurchnsn Mtnnnlmnnn An
ollioial of the Antiquarian Sooioty
says au ivmonoan speculator nas
already mado an offor with the
view of transnnrtinn Stnnnlionr.n
to the United States.
A birdseye view of the region
about Manila. It is given in On To
PREPARING SCHOOL EXHIBIT
Inspector General Townsend Busy Lay
ing Proper Foundations.
Paper Nearly Ready for Distribution Private
Institutions Will be Encouraged -Money
for Eipenses a Serious Consideration.
With his sleeves rolled up and a
look of determination on his face,
Inspector General Towiiaendiis to
day laying tho foundation for his
oducational oxhibit to bo sont to
the Paris Exposition. Slrown
about him in tho hall on tho Bee
ond floor of tho High Sohool
building is a largo amount of ma
terial done by Island pupils but
theao are not to bo Bont to the Ex
position. Mr. Townsend's intcntiou
ia to got up an entiroly now and
up to dato exhibit. The Inspector
Goneral waa kind ouough to halt
a moment iu tho midst of his work
this foronoon to givo a BuMiUtin
reporter tho following itoraa on
what is now being done:
" I am just taking tho first step
iu tho preparation of Hawaii's
educational exhibit. I havo almost
finislm! tho preparation of uni
form sized psper to Bend to all the
cliools. 1 uis will bo Font out in
tho noar future. Tho private
schools will bo written to ant an
attempt mado to ititorest them iu
" 1 havo already written to the
men at tho head of affairs in Am
oica asking that ample provision
do mado Inr band work. I'lio ram
ual training exhibit will be nude,
as prominent aa it is in the schools
in ordor to show tho work we are
actually doing in that lino.
" It will bo Houuht to interest
outside institutions and societies
engaged in oducitional work, such
as the Y. M. 0. A., ro that tho ex
hibit may bo made ns represonta
tivo as posaibile.
" Of course you know that the
exhibit of tho United Stntes is to
be mado aa a whole but this will
bo divided into sections sin-h as
territories and colonies. Under
this head wo should 'riso and
shitio' much better than if our ex
hibit wore to bo completely merg
ed into that of tho United S ntes.
" Tho matter of oxpense is atill
a serious question but I am uoing
alioail with tho work in tho hopu
that this will bo provided for.
" Photographs will play a part
second to none aud cau hardly
omitlod. Thero will be peoplo n
tho Exposition who will only look
at tho photographs. Others will bo
stimulated with an interest in tlio
exhibit proper after viowing thore
but at all ovents, thoso will bo uo
" If it is possible I shall have a
series of photographs chowiug tho
ordinary work iu a class room
during a school day. This will
show some of tho pluses of acho I
life iu tlio IsUuds Howevei,
money is needed and photographs
of the regulation si. w 11 coat a
A laughable farce "The New
Boy" started the ball rolling lut
night, after which handsome Lili
an aaug "Queou of the Rosea" ai d
a couploof coon melodies. Oiiand
ler aud McPherson. arraved in
spotloEB whito warbled several
pretty duets, while Trixio Colo.
man tho dashing soubrette was
loudly encored in sonu and dauco.
I M-n !.,., i i it :..
ulidi uuuuui;i a uimiuuiD IU
which that enterprising landlady
lots a slbeping apartment to two
geuto Box, a printer, who works
at night and Cox, a hattor, who
pursues his calling in tho day
timo thoreby drawing a doublo
rent, affords Bogga aud Hanward
and Walton ample scope to dia
nlav thoir bich abilitv as comedi
ans. Bogga as a typical and somo
wuat pot-valiant compo ot several
docades baok was u realistic aud
clevor representation. U. J. Ord
way with his musical inolaugu put
a period to a ploasiug program.
L. A, THURSTON'S ARGUMT
Waiaiua Case In Circuit Conrt Now
Drawing To a Close.
Definition of Certain Words-An "ODllon" De-
Dned-"A Fit of Time Limits"- Cue
Will Probably Close Today.
L. A. Thurston argued iu tha
Waiaiua caso this morning ou the
side of tho plaintiff. His argu.
ruont was ou tho uses and con
struction of certain words in tho
correspoudonco between B. F.
Dillingham and thu plaintiffs and
J. B. Caatlo.
said Mr. Thurston, "eupp-irts tho
bar in this town. Had Mr. Dil
liugham employed any reputablo
attorney at a salary ol S2 HO por
mouth to write the letters that aro
iu court aa exhibits, lie would
have been money iu pocket now.
Mr. Dilliiighiin no !Mo. a toohi
nicil man does not ote onln in
thoir technical m-'amu. HimIojb
not consult a ltw.ver until ho gets
into the mud. In on t (1m lot-ti-rs
to Sop'r ho off r d to Jo
something (hat was mi unpossi.
Inn definition of n n M n wan
giveu the Court a 1 1 wier tho
word wis uid t'Vic in iliosimo
letter tho attoruey point ! out tiro
dilT-reiice in in aiiiii in th two
niHi.tuc s. In tlii' letter mention
ed, Dillniirlmin -sid h would givn
himsHlf an opt i i.i on what h al
ready had. Iu th mind of Mr.
Thurston, Mi. 1). !li gri in'a nITor
a v ty inucli like acitehasiug
its I1WII till)
'In all tho letters and offers of
Mr Dillingham i.ui is i.m . t-s,n-co,"
said Mr. rin.sio.j, "A timo
I'mit beinp placed on .v-'rlliiug
done or offred an I, iu tau , to
wards tho cud of tho ueg timionr.
Mr. Dillingham ueema to nave
had a ported lit of timo limits."
Thu caso will in ull probaoility
c! is t'jia afternoou.
"A Prodigal Fathot" was pro
s nt d at tho Opera House last
ip'iing for tho second timo by the
Magcio Mooro-H. R. Roberts
The stars wero as inteiiBoly in
teresting aud clover as ever, whilo
tho excellent support conducted
themselves as successfully and
meritoriously as in previous pro
duction. U. B. Roborla and Maggio
Mooro havo established ruoit en
viablo roputations for thomselvos
'Il,,,, (lie llmifliiiin. '
Hans, tlio Boatman" uhieh waa
so well received ou ita first pro.
duction at the Opera lloiue, will
be preauted ngun tomorrow ovon
nit bv tlio d'S-irvilly ftiniaa
Au-tralian Co i pt v
Maggie Mooro in her fascinating
soiil's will uot fall to uliiiimas
uxiisl. U. R llitii-it's masterly
woik assures him of in -reused
HtieeeBS, while B iby 11 jshf ird is
Hiiro to recapturn th lions
A rune gkapc crcam or i.rtar powon
Highest Honors, World's FaU
Oold Medal, Midwinter Plr
AtoIiI lliklni; I'iimiIti rontalalyi
alum, 1 lipy uro lnJurWui to beattt.
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