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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
THB Md8t POPULAR
Vol. VIII. No. 1539
Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
The school children who aro get-
ting votes for their favorite tench-
4 era should tako noto of tho op-
portunlty ottered them to secure
ono ot tho valuablo prizes ottered
to tho person who shall securo tho
most subscribers to tho Bulletin
by July 81. A good clmnco for
somo bright young boy or girl to
send their favorite on a vacation
trip to ban Francisco r.nd at tho
samo tlmb got a brand now $70 4
Tho teacher who shall havo secured
thcyinost votes at tho end of thta con
tent will bo given a frco trip to San
Frlmcisco and return.
Tho old stanby, tho Australia, which
can always bo depended on, plaguo
or no plague,- territorial law or no ter
ritorial law, Is tho ship that wilt carry
tho fortunato teacher who secures tho
prizo on her well deserved outing trip.
Evcryouo knows tho Australia, and
though she docs roll Just n little bit.
tho food you get Is so good It simply
has to stay down. Tho genial captain
aild purser will undoubtedly do all In
their power to mako tho trip n delight
ful tlmo long to bo remembered by tho
teacher who Is declared tho most popu
lar of tho Islands. Tho return tlckot
will bo good for four months and tho
visit nt tho Coast will bo llmlted'ln
time only by tho desires of tho teacher.
If you want to give ono of your
teacher friends one of the most pleas
ant summers tlfcy havo cycri enjoyed
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& MONTHS 150 "
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The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Ut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 470.
The winner of the ist prize Is dt liberty
to choose between models 00, 02 and 04 ol
the iqoo Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
t road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs ,and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co., sgents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
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The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
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"Automatic," with three drawers. Tltl
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Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
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Ith Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone with O Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Berfiatrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
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MURDER TRIAL GOING ON
Isaac Ccckett Shows His Own S:ar
From the Fatal Quarrel.
The Second Hogan Damtge Suit Mamie
L. Smith Granted An Allowance From
Her Father's Estate.
After, tho empaneling ot tho Jury to
try William Eaton for tho murder of
Toyo Jackson, as reported elsewhere,
tho Court adjourned to view tho local
ity of tho tragedy.
Isaac Cockctt, tho first witness for
tho prosecution, went on tho stand at U
o clock this morning. His cross-oxaml-natlon
ended at 10:49. Witness Bhowcd
tho scar from tho wound ho had re
ceived In tho abdomen In tho samo fra
cas that ended Jnckson's life, counsel
for tho defenso noting exceptions to
tho demonstration. Ho could not
swear that defendant stabbed Jackson,
nor oven that Jackson did not stab
witness. Neither could ho testify that
Eston had a knlfa In his hand on tho
afternoon of tho tragedy. Ho had seen
Jackson strlko defendant In the alley
way of tho Pacific saloon, knocking
him against the wall. When ho testi
fied in tho District Court that Jackson
knocked defcndant-lo tho ground his
memory was not fresher than now. he
'was not feeling very well tho,t time.
Witness had not Seen Eston strlko nt
Jackson, yet swore that Eston was tho
Robert I). French, bartender In tho
Pacific saloon whero tho fatal quarrel
began, was the next witness. Ills evi
dence tended to show Jnckson ns tho
aggressor' all through.
Charles D. Wells testified to having
seen Eston, Jnckson and Cockett, In
tho order named, run across King
street from tho Pacific saloon, 'Jackson
felling Eston to earth with n blow from
his fist and then, reeling around In a
circle, fall prostrate on his back. Wit
ness went to Jackson and, finding him
bleeding from n stab wound over the
heart, held his hand over tho wound
until tho patrol wagon came, Into
which ho helped to lift Jackson.
In tho second case of Hogan s Mins
trels vs. Canadian-Australian Steam
ship Co., begun on Saturday beforo
Judgo Davis, tho plaintiff rested this
forenoon. Sam. Woods for tho defen
dant testified to overhearing Hogan
say, In Davles' office, that It the Mlo-
wera could not tako all ot tho troupo
none of them would go.
Tho Canadian-Australian Steamship
Co., by Us attorneys, Robortson & Wil
der, move for a new trial of tho case
In which n Jury found damages against
It In favor ot Ernest Hogan. A bond In
2600 Is filed with tho motion. Thco.
H. Davles & Co., Ltd., being surety.
Mary H. Atcherlcy, Rebecca Klnl
maka and M. Perctval KInlmaka fllo a
demurrer to tho complaint of Knplo
lanl Estate, Ltd., saying plaintiff has
no Interest In tho matter, Its claim Is
stale and barred by 42 years of time,
and Its bill of complaint Is Indefinite.
Judgo Stanley has appointed W. F.
Allen as temporary administrator ot
tho estato of D. D. Smith, deceased,
under a bond of 40,000, and authorized
him to pay Mamie L. Smith 175 n
month out of her father's estato.
Henrietta E. Ross files an answer to
tho complaint ot Sarah Swlnton
against Prlscllla E. Hassinger, herself
and Annlo Turton. She asserts her be
lief that the lato Martha C. Swlnton
died Intestate, but had mado a valid
disposition of her property, namely,
reconveyed It tq the lato W. Jas. Smith
from whom sho had received It as a
Humphreys & Andrews file a Joinder
In demurrer In Lnu Lan and Pit Seo vs.
Charles J. FIshcl.
W. R. Castlo and Philip L. Weaver
fllo an appcaranco for Mrs. B. Engllng,
nno ot the children of tho lato John
Will Sue for Divorce. !
Geo. Mueller again appeared In tho
Pollco Court this forenoon and asked
for further tlmo to prcparo his defensa
In tho caso ot assault and battery on
his wife. It was announced by Judgo
Wilcox that Mr. Mueller Intended
bringing suit for dlvorco against his
TWO WEEKS ONLY. '
Wo will hold n reduction salo in
ovcry lino, commencing from May 5th,
1900. Call In and Judgo for yourself:
Iwakaml, Hotel street.
Cent's Hermsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at h. D. Kerr & Co.'s. Queen street for
ono week only: don't fall to see them.
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CUSSES
ROOMS n-, yl Floor f a A, M. 4 P. M
Hours r.jo o:jo r. M,
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1900.
OAHU IS FOR
District- Conventions Elect and
Instruct Tbeir Delegates,
Request for Seventh Precinct Ballot Box
Refused by Mr. Wallace Capt.
ClQDle Makes Statement-
Stuart's Tempest In
Tho fourth district Republican con
vention met at 10:30 this forenoon in
tho Judlclnry' building. Thcro were
present tho following delegates elected
nt tho primaries on last Saturday: J.
H. Doyd, Charles Wilcox, C. M. While,
A. S. Humphreys, Clarence Crnbbo, J.
W .Short and Dr. C. D. Cooper.
Tho meeting was called to order by
Mr. Humphreys, who nominated C. M.
White to bo chairman of the District
convention. Mr. Whlto was unani
mously chosen nnd remarked upon
taking tho chair that he was pleased to
seo tho convention starting off right.
Charles Wilcox was chosen as secre
tary nnd 'A. S. Humphreys was olectcd
a commlttco of-ono on cretlentlnls and
submitted tho following reportf
"Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed a committee of one on creden
tials reports tho following delegates to
ho District convention of the Fourth
District to'bnvo been" duly elected:
First Precinct J. H. Doyd.
Second Precinct Chns. Wilcox. C.
Third Precinct A. S. Humphreys.
Fourth Precinct Clarence Crabbe.
Fifth Precinct J. W. Short.
Sixth Precinct Dr. C. D. Cooper.
Soventh Precinct No election.
Tho report on credentials was adopt
ed. On motion of Mr. Humphreys tho
secretary called tho precincts by dele
gates and tho following wcro nominat
ed and elected to tho Territorial con
vention: J. II. Iloyd, C. Mj White, Charles
Wilcox, Wallace R. Farlngton, A. 8.
Humphreys, Clarcnco Crabbe, J. W
Short, C. S. Desky, A. Qilflllan, Cecil
Drown, A. V. Gear. Georgo W. Smith.
C. D. Wilson, S. M. Kannkanul, George
McLeod, C. D. Cooper, Jas. A. Kennedy,
A. a. M. Robertson.
At tho conclusion of tho election of
delegates A. S. Humphreys offered the
following resolution which was unani
"Do It resolved by tho delegates to
the Fourth District convention in con
vention assembled that tho delegates
this day elected to tho Territorial con
vention bo nnd they are hereby In
structed to voto as a unit for D. F. Dll
lnghnm ns a delcgato to tho National
Republican Convention to bo held In
Philadelphia, Juno 10, 1900."
On motion tho secretary was In
structed to notify tho delegates elect to
tho Territorial convention of their
nomination nnd election thereto by tho
District convention, nnd that they bo
Instructed to forward to tho chnlrmau
nn acceptance thereof, whereupon tho
chairman would sign tho proper cre
dentials to tho convention to be held 011
On motion of Mr. Humphreys the
District convention then adjourned
Tho convention for tho Fifth District
met Immediately after tho adjourn
ment of tho Fourth District conven-'
tlon In tho same place. J. L. Knulukou
was elected chairman and E. Farmer
On motion of W. C. Achl tho rules of
tho Legislature wero ndoptcd to gov
ern tho proceedings. Mr. Achl was ap
pointed a commlttco of ono on cre
dentials nnd reported ns follows:
"The undersigned committee oh cre
dentials reports tho following elected to
bo delegates to tho District conven
tion for the Fifth District:
First Precinct Frank Pnhla.
Second Precinct Georgo Wight.
Third Precinct C. P. Iaukca.
Fifth Precinct Edwin Farmer.
Sixth Precinct Frank Archer.
Eighth Precinct W. C. Achl.
Ninth Precinct J. A. Hughes.
Tenth Precinct J. L. Knulukou.
In tho Fourth Precinct thcro had
been no election and tho election In
tho Soventh Precinct had been con
tested, tho details of which would be
submitted to tho convention." Tho re
port was ndoptcd.
Mr. Achl offered tho following reso
lution which, dftor discussion, wns
"Resolved, Thnt tho District conven
tion of tho Fifth District of tho Terri
tory or Republic of Hawaii, hereby re
quests that tho Judges, any officers or
any person who has In their possession
tho votes cast by voters, and tho list of
tho voters of tho Soventh Precinct, Dis
trict Five, of tho Republican Party, to
produco beforo this convention tho
votes of said precinct cast on May 19,
W. C. ACHI,
Delcgnto from Eighth Prlnct,
It wns nlsom oved and carried that
Frank Pahia be authorized by tho com
mittee to cxecuto tho resolution under
an order signed by tho chairman and
secretary of tho convention, which was
couched In tho following terms:
"To nil whom these presents may
"Greeting: This is to certify thnt
Frank Pnhala Is authorized by the
District convention of tho Fifth Dis
trict, nt their meeting hold on May
23, 1900, to produco beforo this con-
vcntlon tho votes cast by tho voters,
nnd tho list of tho voters of tho Sev
enth Precinct, District C, nt tho elec
tion held May 19, 1900.
"J. L. KAULUKOU,
A resolution Introduced by Mr. Ach!,
asking thnt tho Republican Party bo
requested to pay the expenses of tho
delegates to tho Tcrirtorlal conven
tion to bo held May 30th, was ndoptcd
after considerable discussion. Somo 1 f
tho delegates thought tho resolution
A request In writing wus rend from
W. R. Sims asking that an Investiga
tion Into tho alleged frauds In tho
Soventh Precinct be made.
The convention then proceeded to
nomlnato nnd elect by precincts tho
following delegates to tho Territorial
Frank Pnhln, George Weight, C. P.
Iaukea, Edwin Farmer, Frank Archer,
W. C. Achl, J. A. Hughes, J. L. Knulu
kou, W. W. Goodale, E. D. Mlknlcml, J.
M. Knnenkua, .Manuel Costa, S. Hoo
knno, E. Johnson, James Davis, S.
Having elected these delegates tho
convention ndjourned until 12:30 to
nwalt tho report of the. committee In
vestigating tho Kallhl squabble.
Can't Get the Box.
Tho convention again assembled at 1
Frank Pnhaln reported that ho had
seen Mr. Wnllaco and had asked htm
for tho bnllot box; Wallace had refused
to deliver It and ho hnd brought Mr.
Clunle, ono of tho Judges, with him to
mako a statement
Cnpt. Clunlo said thnt Mr. Wallace
was In possession of tho box. When
tho ballots did not ngree Mr. Wnllaco
and others had a dispute In which Mr.
.McCants Stewart took part nnd finally
pcrsunueu tno others that tho box
should go to tho executive) committee,
.'he rules and regulations had been
rend Showing that tho executlvo com
niittco hnd n right to tho box. Ho had
not agreed with tho Judges about men
casting votes who could not wrlto nnd
could only sign their names. Two of
tho Judges hnd decided against him.
Ho believed thero wns something
wrong In tho election.
C. P. Iaukca regretted tho facts and
snld ho thought it best to elect now
men who hnd not been connected with
Mr. Hughes asked Cnpt. Clunle If
tho Judges could not hnvo mado the
errors complained of and tho cantnlu
ndmlttcd thnt they could easily hn)
none so. Thero hnd, however, been no
protest mado nt tho tlmo.
W. C. Achl moved thnt Jas. L. Holt
nnd W. R. Sims bo declared elected to
represent Knllhl District.
C. P. Iaukca thought candidates who
had not been connected wKn tho pri
mary election should be selected nnd
ho gave reasons for following such a
com so nnd securing the confidence ot
. Messrs. Hughes nnd Farmer concur
red In this opinion nnd the latter nomi
nated E. C. Winston.
W. R. Sims stated that a compromise
hnd been proposed but refused, to sub
tract tho extra votes equally from the
candidates, and abldo by tho result.
Mr. Pahla thought tho peoplo's candi
dal should bo selected from any two
of those elected
At 2 o'clock tho question was called
and Judgo Luther Wilcox nnd Dr.
Georgo Huddy wcro elected delegates to
represent the Seventh Precinct, Fifth
District In tho Territorial convention.
Tho convention then adjourned slno
bOUTHWElLS ARE COMING
Opera Company's Fall Strength to
Arrive In Alameda.
Result of Manager Cobea's Trip Season of First
Class Opera at tbe Orphtum Theater
Splendid Record Id San Francisco.
llio Southwell Opera Co. forty strong
will nrrlvo on tho Alameda. Mr. Co
hen went to the Coast with tho avowed
intention of securing tho organization
and after overcoming many difficulties
has finally succeeded In his object. Tho
organization will be forty strong with
ten stars. In die cast nnd n selected cho
rus from tho pick of tho Pacific Coast,
tho men havo been chosen for their
voices, tho ladles havo had to undergo
n severo test, not only tltat of vocal
culturo and production but pretty faces
and shapely figures were also account
ed necessities. Wolff the well known
baBso comedian Is tho bright nartlculnr
Btnr of the company nnd tho fortunato
possessor of n big salary account. Tho
organization enmo originally from tho
East under tho tltlo of tho Southwell
Opera Co. to play nt Morosco's Grand
upcrn iiousq then lately renovated and
reopened ns San Francisco's Home of
music uy Molba. Tho Southwells had
tho hnrd task of working against u long
established and favorite opera com
pany, the Tlvoll. Morosco's house,
though magnificently equipped nnd In
somo degree popularized by juolbo was
yet on the wrong sldo of ..Inrkct"w, -t
for fashlonablo attendnnce, it hnd loni,
too been ussoclntcd with cheap pilf:w
und melodramas of tho lurid type. It
was necessary for Morosco to book Ab
solutely flist class attractions to build
up his thentcr to tho rank 6f n llrst
class house. For a few weeks tho
Southwells put on magnificent rendi
tions of populnr opera to slim houses,
whllo Morosco patiently dug up tho
debit balanco week by week. Finally
thotldo turned, tho pnpers for weeks
had been sounding tho praises of tho
productions and lashing tho public of
San Francisco for lu npparent Indiffer
ence. From thnt tlmo on tho housed
wcro crowded, Southwell s contract ran
out, was renewed nnd ngaln expired
only for Morosco to purchnse his Inter
est In tho company. Their last date
was In Los Angeles nt the closo of
which tho company had fully resolved
to break up for a holiday after their
long Snn Francisco engagement of ovor
a yenr's duration. Tho Orphciim's en
terprising manager, however, lured
them by glowing descriptions of d
holiday combined with business thnt
would bo merely n pleasure 'neath tho
blue skies nnd waving palms of Hono
lu.u. Visions of golden sands and mur
muring waves, of n golden harvest nnd
more than murmuring npplnuso In tlm
Pnwdiso of tho Pacific roused the
Adam nnd Eve- In tho breasts of iho
members, they wavered and finally tell
n victim to the seductive lures held
out by the Orphcum Company.
Tho engagement will bo for a limit
ed season only nnd will bo marked by
Its brilliancy not, mono In Its vor.nl,
dramatic nnd tcrpslchorcan effects but
In tho gorgeous costuming. Every
opera will be garbed correctly and d'f
feiently from tip to too of every dnlnty
ma.- nnd oe-mustachlocd male. Cos
tumes will not bo mado to do duty nllko
as brigand, gypsies nnd fishermen, but
every opera Is Indlvldunlly dressed In
rich stuffs of correct design. The rep
ertoire of the company, nfter so
lengthy n stny In San Francisco li
necessarily exceptionally 'largo und
consists not of tlmo worn nnd amateur
storied scores but thoso that aro sel
dom heard on account of the Insistent
necessity of absolutely nrst clnss artls's
to reproduco them. Tho repertoire
will bo arranged nt length upon ar
rival but the opening opera will bo tho
Beggar Studqnt ,
Seats nro now' on sale nt tho Or
pneum for the first week of tho nttrar
tlon. At the Orpheum.
A good Tuesday night houso turned
out inst night. Baby Ruth mado n bU'
hit nnd was tho proud possessor of
moro lets than could bo on her dimin
utive but clover Httlo personality bo
foro her turn was over. Tho Cakewalk
mado 11 decided hit. Tonight tho bill
will consist of n big minstrel show,
closing wlc. Huckclberry Picnic. Tho
Hogaultcs hnvo now four more nights
only to run beforo they nro displaced
by tho Southwell Opera Co.
Commission In Japan.
Yokohama, May 11. The United
States Civil Commissioners, who left
San Francisco for tho Philippines on
tho U. S. A. T. Hancock on tho 18th
of April, arrived hero today. Stops will
bo mado at Yokohama, Nagasaki nnd
Hongkong for a few dnys each, ho It is
not expected thnt tho Hancock will ar
rive at Manila until about the 20th
Inst., where the Commission Ik eagerly
THB WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. Ail sizes, all shapes. H. F.
Pbiob 5 Gents.
The Late Chief
Justice Jadd's Will
A. L. C. Atkinson this afternoon filed
a petition for probato of tho last will
and testament ot Chief Justice Judd.
Agnes II. I). Judd, tho widow, is mado
tho boIo devisee nnd named as execu
Vx'L.Ti10 C8tate 1b valued at $222,000.
of . w.kh 19-c0 represents real estate
nnd $202,000 personalty.
TO SPEND LOAN MONEY
It was voted by tho Executlvo Coun
cil today that tho Minister of tho In
terior be authorized to mako tho fol
lowing expenditures under Act 4 of tho
Council of State:
Roads In North Hllo, to cover con
tract with L. M. Whltchouso, $10,000.
Lahalna Water Works, duo Jas. T.
Taylor for survey nnd report, $617.
Fireproof Vaults, $fS0O.
To complcto contract for road from
Krauhou to upper road, North Konn,
To complcto road contract at Hoo
puloa, South Kona, $1000.
Consul General Wilder liml nrnt nn
Inventory of furniture In tho Snn'Frnn.
Cisco consulate, nnd It wns thought best
by tho Council to havo tlm fumitnri.
sold nt miction.
J. A. Mngoon wrote to tho Govern
ment In regard to tho protest made
nnglnst tho proposed site for tho, gar
President Wood of tho Board ot
Health sent In reports of Drs. Garvin
and Pratt on th cunsanttary condition
of tho wash houses at Iwllcl.
Mr. Dolo wns advised to rccommls
slon J. Knklna ns District Maglstrato
at Hanalcl, Kauai.
OABU'S FIRST- DIVIDEND
The first dividend to tho stockhold
ers of tne Oahu Sugar Co. will bo paid
In June. This will bo two per cent nnd
from that tlmo on, dividends will bo
paid In nlternntc months.
A farewell luau to tho Misses Young,
who aro to lcavo soon for San Fran
cisco, will bo given nt tho homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Clnrenco Mncfarlano on tho
Peninsula by Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Her
bert tomorrow. Dr. Herbert will go to
tho Peninsula with Mr. Mncfarlano in
tho yncht La Pnloma this afternoon.
The yacht will bo UBcd tomorrow to
tnko tho guests out on tho water.
Knmnlo's New Directorate.
David Dayton has consented to be
elected president, and Georgo It. Car
ter treasurer, tho latter temporarily, of
the now board of directors of Kamalo
The word "God" never appeared in
any Government act until tho year
ISC I, when, nt tho suggestion of tho
Director of tho Mint, ex-Governor Pol
lock of Pcnnsjivnnla, "In God Wo
Trust" was stumped on tho copper two
cent piece. Before that tlmo "IS l'lurl
bus Unum" had been tho motto.
Strniigo to relate, "E Pluribus Unum"
on coins never wns authorized by law.
For fine full dress shirts nt $1.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queon strnrt. Theso
shirts aro strictly high grndu as to ?
and quality. '
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
, Just opened by the.,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with goid fits.
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with your
children, send them In and they will re
celve just the same care' and attention
and thtlr ett will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot tht
bill, and promise you that both will b
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