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VICTORY for American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
Voii. VII. No. 1353.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1899.
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INSULTED U. S. OFFICER
HMkinii Dnnell Receives Roofth
Hulling on Oceanic Wharf.
Spelt SlUMIoglj or American Soldtora
Ml Untenant He Was no Gentlemn-
Mel)r Restrains Anjtry Yono OHcer.
Body of LaU?CtpUtn King to Lie In
Bather .act exciting scene was
enacted oft the Oceanic whatf
early yesterday afternoon,
There were crowds of soldiers
on ths dook at the time, men of
the regiment on board too City of
Para that was shortly to sail for
Presently a hack containing
several yonng officers nnd driven
by haokman Charles . Dunwell
drove through tho gateway on to
the middle of the wharf and its
A Second Lieutenant, who was
apparently conducting the party,
handed tho haokman a dollar after
making somo inquiries of him in
regbrd to the expense of a propos
ed drive to Waikiki. The offioers
were not satisfied with the terms,
and, dropping the subject, turned
to go aboard tho trannport. The
hackman, however, addressing tho
officer who had paid him, com
plained that a dollar was not the
required fare. "way yon toiu
us yourself that it would only bo
a dollar" said tho officer, "I know
that" replied Dunwell, "but I
thought there were only four of
you, now I Bee there are rive."
The officer insisted that whore-
as tne price naa c-oen previously
Arrlred From Kueefae Lite XNteffcj After
noon Wu At Osoe Tikes to Iftdor-
taking; Parlor A SUU Fnml.
The body of the latevOaptain
agreed upon nothing more was to
bo said. It was then that Don
woll mado a remark to tho effect
that American' soldiers were ap
parently dishonorable, suppli
menting his speech with the as
sertion that tbo officer was no
Bv this time numbers of soldiors
were Bothered around, some of
whom were holding tue horse's
head as ho showed signs of
restlessnoas. " What's that you
said ?" inquirod tho officer; the
haokman repeated what ho had
said, when tno officer reached for
him and catching him by the coat
pulled him down on tho seat and
administered sovoral blows on his
head with hiB band, after whioh
ho released the haokman.
Dunwell continued to talk in no
complimentary manner and the
officer jumping into the haok went
for his man again; Dunwell fought
desperately but was overoome and
severely punished bv the officer.
The otber officers now grabbed
their brother officer to pull him
out of the fight, thinking the haok
man had received punishment
enough. Observing this, several
soldiers pot bold of Duuwell and
pulled him away also Dunwell
shouted oomethiog at the Boldiors
and ono et them slapped his faoe.
At no time did any but the young
Second Lieutenant handle the
Tho noise of the affair attraoted
tho attontion ' 6f a mnpr on the
transport and ho came luhore, ad
moniehed the young oilicor and
ordered the haokraau uwiiy.
During the excitement several
officers offered the haokman his
desired money difforoucu.
Dunwell complained at the Po
lice Station and several attempts
were made to servo warrants
aboard the Oity of Pra, but the
sentries bad been ordered to let
no man pass under any pretence.
Deputy Marshall Chillingworth
made the attempt himself but met
with no bettor success.
Dr. Hjrtli'a Oiru.
The lato Dr. Hyde some time
ago presented the Seaman's Club
with a picture (a boy saying fare
woll to his mother) whioh the
manager is confident has been the
means of causing hundreds of
seamen and soldiers to write
letters to absent friends and re
lations who had previously om
milled to do so.
James A. King arrived in town at
aboa. & o'clock yesterday in"the
undertaking wagon of H. H. Wil
liaxs and was at once taken to
tho undertaking parlors to be em
balmed. Accompanying it were
Attorney General Oooper, Minis
ter Mott-Smitb, Marshal Brown
and a squad of mounted patrol
A carriage had been sent op to
the Pali for Mrs. King who was
taken immediately to the house.
J. A. Hassinger and James Boyd
of the-Interior Department were
already there. The two boys who
had just returned from school bad
been told tbo sad news and tho
house had been opened and ar
It Beems that Oaptain King,
feeling the need of a rest after
the long, hot walk to Nuuanu
cemetery Sunday in attendance as
a pall-boaror at the Fblllips fun
eral, went over to Mokapu with
bis wife and six year old son to
spend a couple of days.
At about XU o'clock Monday
morning be went into tno water
to teioh his eon to swim. Ho
had been in the water but a short
time when be fell face downward.
The little boy tried to raise bim
but could not. There were but a
few Rasps and Oaptain King waa
The boy called for holp. Wal
ly Davis, Mrs. King's brother, ar
rived on tho scene and soon had
the body ashore. After some ar
rangements he placed it in a boat
and rowed to Kaneohe, arriving
there about 1:45 o'clock, tbo time
the news was received hero.
Ab xyet, tho funeral arrange
ments havo not been completed.
Tbo body will lie in state in tbe
old throno room of tho Executive
building from 11 a. m. to 8:30 p.
m. on Thursday and the funeral
will take placo from there Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'olook. Tbe ser
vices will be condnoted by tho
On Thursday a gnard of honor
from the N. G. H. will stand
watob and on Sunday a guard of
honor from the Knights Templar
will do the same duty. The doors
will be closed on Friday and
Persons having floral tributes
are requested to leave the same a t
tbe lixeoutive building on Thurs
day up to 10 o'olook and on Sun
day up the timo of tbo beginning
of tbo services.
There will bo a state funeral
under the direotion of Minister
Mott Smith but tbo arrangements
have not yet been completed. The
pall-bearers are now under discus
sion and will be submitted to Mrs.
King for approval. 'Tbe body
will be buried in the family plot
in Nuuanu cemetery where Mrs.
King's father, tho late Hon. Ro
bert G. t)avis of the Supreme
Court, is buried.
Tbo police, band and National
Guard togethor with the various
Masonio lodges will be in tbo procession.
AH FAR JUMPS AHEAD
Following is the standing in the BULLETIN'S Boys Tribune Bicycle
race, up to and including vesterdayf
1st Prize Tribune Bicycle. 2nd Prize Suit of
Clothes. 3rd Prize Pair of Shoes. 4th Prize
Pocket Knife. ''
The twenty boys at the head of the list when thdeontest closes will be
giuen free tickets to. such performance of the Boston Lyric Opera Com
pany as they may select. The next batch, twenty boys below the high
est, will be given tree tickets to tne urpneum.
Ah Far 2967 David 164
F. Lubeck 2954 George Crowell 162
C. Louis 1499 Jimmie 159
Frank Stone 1252 Thomas 158
Mon Yin 1038 Akieu . 1 50
(jorreo 703 m, smitn ...... 142
Willie Sylva. 520 Manuel Uosta 139
John Shaw 517 August 128
Ed. Medeiros 411 Enrato Sylva 119
Foster ; 331 Johnnie ... 106
Ah Kin 303 Ah Fong 106
Jack t 300 Johnnie Sylva 104
BiUReidel .- 244 Divid (Liilil) 102
Townsend 216 Frank Yasso 92
Tavosh 211 Charlie Williams 83
Herbert 192 M.Marks 82
SIngChong 189 Willie Cunha 80
Chemen 189 J. Smith 79
IvanShunk 185 Jno. P 60
FungQuai 183 Afong f 51
J. Keki 178
BABY BEAN A BONNY BOY
Journalistic Adventuress a Stowaway
on City ot Para.
Min Clothes She Tnuels From Sin
Francisco En Rente to Manila Pat
Ashore In HodoIdId.
ABOUT EWA PLANTATIOX
of $500,000 To Be
For ft lill.
Ten Year Bonds Hittllta Trust u4 Iireet-
ment Company Mentloned-Sutweat of
Finances Other Interesting; letters:
II I LOS NIW BANK.
Mr. P. Peck, who returned by
Thursday's Kinau from Honoln
lu, is well pleased with tho e no
ne has met with in his bank
project for Hilo. He has beeq
assured of all tho capital necessa
ry for taking up tbe stock, that is
not subscribed for in Hilo. Ho
feels confident, however, of secur
ing a considerable amount hero
and hopes to make it as largely a
local institution as possible
The Peacock block will not bc(
roady for occupancy rauoh before
the end of the year and Mr. Peok
does not oontemplato b-oiuning
business before January 1. The
institution will not be incorporat
ed as a national bank under the
laws of Hawaii; whioh require the
same annual license for a country
bank as from tho Honolulu iaeti-, boxes will graco each side of the
tutiona; the result of laws origin- stage and elegant arm test obaiia
ally framed to prevent such com-1 will bo substituted. for the proaaut
petition with tho favored institu- old-timors Aisles wilt transverso
tions of the Capital Oity. So it the building to afford "gang way."
will simply be a stock company or ! Tho inoroisp in the seating oapa
private banking concern until city will po3sibly not exceed one
United States laws come irto' hundred in all but tbo central
This popular vaudeville house
will close its doors to the pnblio
after Wednesday evening's perfor
mance for a period of ten days.
H. L. Kerr & Co., architects, will
proceed to entirely remodel the
building starting operatioui on
Thursday morning. The Btruoture
will be widened twelve fee-, the
stage deepened four feet and tho
prooenium onlarged. The floor
ing from tbo orchestra to the rear
will h&vo a rise of two inches to
the foot. Threo oxits sufficient to
allow of tho honao being emptied
in ono and a half minutes will bo
mado. Eight additional veutili
tors will be placed in tho ceiling
also several at the roar, while a
number of electric fans will be
operated at suitable points.. Throe
effect. Hilo Tribune.
Following is tbe program for
tho Friedonthal recital at the Y.
M. O. A. Wednosday afternoon,
Ootober 19, commencing at 3
(1) Sonata Pathetlque, In C minor
Grave: Allegro molto Adagio Rondo
(i a "Martla Alia Turca" Mozart
d uavoue in a uiuck
(3) Variations In E ("Harmon
ious Blacksmith"). ...Handel
(4) Invitation to the Waltz Weber
w n Aranesaues. dv lausic.j
(5) Sketches from the "Uir
nanequin nopin-Aveu--o-1 snuman
c Novelette In F
Impromptu - bchubert
a Spring Song Mendelssohn
idea of making; -tho theatre ele
gant, cool and thoroughly corn-
portable will bave been accomplished."
Sbo looked every inch a man
when she came ashore in Hono
lulu from the transport Oity of
Para a day or twa ago, with a
large blaok slouob hat shading
her comely features and matching
her closo cropped t hair, a black
cut-away coat and shining patent
leathers giving bor quite a stylish
appearance ana urr manly car
riage dispelling any suspicion of
femininity that might bo aroustd
by her womanly hands and feet
Bertio Bean, better known as
"Babe Bean" is a journalist and
believes in getting tbe news at
any pr:ce; sbe wanted to go to
Manila ai correspondent for cer
tain New Yoik and San Francisoo
papers, so donned man's apparel
and went aboard tbe Oity of Para
in San Franoisco just before tbe
transport sailed for Honolulu.
Thoro were several civiliani
aboard and Babe Bean's presence
was not remarked. Sbo took her
mesB with tbo soldiers and slept
on deck ana spent nor time writ
It was not until a day or two
before the Para got into this port
that Babo waa discovered aboard;
then it was her turn to be vaoin
ated. She had to undergo that
formality with tbo rrst and was
consequently exposed much 'to
If it had not hroo for tho vaoin
ation, Babe would h ivd had her
passage to Manila ensured; na it
in, howevor, tho lady was pu
ashorohore, where she immediate
ly set about socuring a passage to
San Francisco papers havo re
corded somo of Miss Bean's form
er exploits in tha newspaper line,
she will get to Manila if previous
adventures are any indication.
Miss Beau was at ono timo a
famous girl duteotivo and has also
been conneoted with tho Stockton
Babe has friends in Honolulu
who speak woll of her merits as a
Fart Ha Short.
When the Oity of Para sailed
yesterday afternoon it was found
tbat tbere were ono sergeant, three
corporals and ten enlisted mon ab
sent. The colonel in charge re
fused to wait a minute after the
boat was ready to haul away from
Snprtme Court Dtcldon.
The Suprome Oourt baa decided
tho case of Hana et als, vs. tbo
Pioneer Mill Co. in favor of tbe
(6 Impromptu ,
(8) a Nocturne In E flat- Chopin
b Polonaise In C sharp "
(9) Norwegian "Bridal Proces
(10) Song without Words Tschalkowskl
(11) Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 6
This afternoon reoital is design
ed particularly for students and
amateurs. Tiokets 75 and 50
Cnttom lloate Multars.
John W. Short, district inspect
or on tho OuBton Houso force, baa
been made special inspector of
Obinese immigration under Unit
ed States Inspeotor J. K. Brown.
J. W. Qirvin haa resumed his
duties as seorotary of the Ohineso
bureau. P. M. Lansdale and A.
H. Henderson bavo been made
inspectors and Inspeotor Soanlon
has been promoted to be a distriot
inspeotor in placo of Inspeotor
Drummonu wbo bas beon assign
od to work in tbe office.
Captain Murray arrtat'd.
Oaptain Murray of the Antiope
was arrested last night on the
charge of assault and battery on
Oaptain Spillner of tbe Mounted
Patrol. It seems tbat Murray's
Bon and a number of sailors were
in an uptown saloon. There was
quite a lot of noise and the officer
cleared the place. Spillner claims
tbat Captain Murray cams np a
little later with four sailors and
struok him on tbo shoulder. He
immediately placed him under
suit for rjtctment.
Solomon Mahelona has brought
a suit for ojootment against tbo
Waianae Sugar Co. and Hii (w)
Complainant claim tbat the do
lonaants nave taken and appro
priated to their use something
over four acres owned by him in
fee simple. Tho piece of land 1b
more donnitely desonbed in Royal
Patent 393, Land Commission
Award 3022 to Kauanauoo alias
Kauananoo. Tbe sum of $300
damages for wrongful occupation
or ueieuiioD is oiaimea.
No rilth TO City.
Oaptain Pratt of tbo Water
Works Office is authority for tbo
statement, that, although the wator
is very low just now, no filth
comes to town from tho Nuuanu
reservoirs. Tho bottoms have very
reoently beon thoroughly cleaned
and lined with hard pan. Tho
water may show red at times but
this is only tho red sand tbat has
been used to line tbe bottom with.
Aroand tha ItUnd.
Two batteries of the Gth Artil
lery in command of Captain Salt
er, started on a trip aroand the
island at abont 9 o'olook this
morning. Each man waa equip
ped with hiB shelter tent and tbo
remaiuddr of the paraphernalia
for a long march. Fivo provision
wagons and an ambulanco brought
up tbo rear.
A meetingoftho Exeoutive Com
mittee of the Associated Charities
of Hawaii will bo held at 3 p. m.
Wednesday, October 18, at the
manager's offioeon Hotel near tbe
Y.M.C.A. All interested are cor
dially invited to attend.
An important meeting of. tbe
stockholders of tbe Ewa Sugar
Go. was held during the latter
part of last week.
On statements mado the stock
holders were givon to understand
that the present mill at Ewa will
bo too small to handle the increas
ed crops of 1900 and 1901.
It was at onoe decided to in
crease tha capacity of the mill by
putting over it a now mill frame,
making a fireproof building. It
was also decided to purchase now
machinery, put in nw pumps,
build new laborers' quarters and
raise tho present floor so that tbe
sugar may be emptied into tbe
bags from tho osntrifagala direot
instead of by means of tho shovel
ing procoss, now employed.
To bandlo thti criu ot tue next
two years it wonld take the present
mill tbat length of time, working
everyday. Iho manager basal
ready been allowed $160,030 to in
crease tho capacity of tbe mill so
that tho o.opj may be haudlod.
Ot this, $GO,000 has already beon
The company voted at the moot
ing to barrow o)U,UOO, tnis
amount to be raised by ton year
bonds on tbe whole plantation as
security, tho plantation reserving,
tbo right 'to pay book the monny
in tbreo years time, should this
be found possible. The Hawaiian
Trust & Investment Co. was
named but it was thought best to
spocify no company or individual
aa thero might be a change io
ft was also voted to rescind tbo
motioa passed at the last mooting,
making a reserve fund of $30,000.
Tho shareholder wore given an
insight into the financial condi
tion of tho plantation Tbo ex
penses per month, not including
dividends had amouuted to $71,
000, approximately. Thero was
$80,000 of tbe plantation's money
on band at tho office of tho agents.
Tho sugar sent by the George
Curtis brought in $120,000 and
reoeipta from more sugar waa yet
to be reported. According to eal
oulations there will probably be a
ahoitage of $12000 during the
next five months, the period when
the plantation is not working.
Tbo Hawaiian Tramways con
tempt case came ur. before Judge
Ferry this afternoon. Tho an
swer'of defendant to tho citation
for contempt was read by F. M.
Hatch. Tho proceedings were dis
missed. m m
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat and Noso disease and
Oatarrb. Masonio Temple.
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