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HONOLULU, TElllllTOllY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY 2;), 1000.
ruin: 5 Gents.
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Is the Sad Tale of Two
Wk0 StARTED oilT
FOR A GOOD TIME
And Paid the Penalty Very Quickly
After Having Suffered Most
Excruciating Pains From
the Fiery Fluid.
Louis and Kekumu, two Hawallans,
lie dead at their homes In Kakaako and
Alakea street, respectively, and their
fate can be laid at the door of none but
themselves. Had they possessed more
knowledge ot tho fitness of things, sol
cldo would certainly be the verdict of
the Coroner's Jury, but they were poor
Ignorant fellows who knew that, by
taking alcohol Into their "stomachs,
they could, for a short time, forget
the cares of the world.
At about 12 noon on Saturday, Louis
and Kekumu went to a drug store ana
purchased a quantity of methylated
spirits. They went directly to the home
of tho former In Kakaako, near Jim
Qulnn's stables, and proceeded to drlmt
tho, contents of the bottle. They had
not long to wait before the effects were
apparent and tho more Intoxicated they
became, trie more they drank.
Tho drunken debauch kept tip
through the night and people of (he
vicinity were very much annoyed by
tho frequent yells and howls that cams
from tho place.
Sunday morning, Kekumu returned
to his home In Alakea street and pro
ceeded to drink a lot of water. lie ex
plained that his throat was parched
and thai theie was a -burning sensa
tion In his stomach. He remained nbout
tho houso all day, his symptoms be
coming more, and more alarming. Ho
tossed and groaned nil through ttio
night and this morning at daylight
called to his family that he was burn
The BULLETIN offers to the per
tons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
owing prizes :
1st Prise Cleveland Bicycle. 070.
Th winner of the 1st prize Is at liberty
0 choose between models 90, 92 and 94 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 93
la'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
fthe Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
(or Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
M tnaae Between tne corresponding taaies
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
lad Prize, Slnjjcr Sewing Ma
The winner of tils prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both hve-Jrawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine will b: furnished by U. Ber
tferacn, sole agtnt for the Hawaiian
rd Prize. Prcmo Senior Camera.
4x0. with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double SlUIn; Front, and Rack anc
Tlnlon for focusing. This camera may be
ted with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, j
Trays, Developer, Fixer. Negative Hack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prlxe, Zonophone, the Lot
at Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Rccor-a. $30.00,
This Is the IwJest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
sleeted from the stack of the HfrAatrom
Mu.lo Co. 1 )! agents for the iMwalMn
Thi following rn Jltlons of tlitcoiittsl
ssust b observe J '
I, All subscription inut bi prepaid at
Isiit three months In jJvjii.
f. No rnieuaU or tunsfrrs of subscript
t!m will bt i)4iitJ In Hill contest as
tiw suPsffi-ttjni, r.Ii name muii I .
un fiJe ajjltign j the subscription ltt, I
I, Subscriptions slwulJ t sent In at
aoou MLUieJ,ti,illirr wjlll h name
Mid (Jilteis of mi prison lu ulioiu Hie
ubscrlplUn if 'b KteJlleJ, Well U ill
lit iul)cilbr rt umhoiilj U Uueii
oglvs WMtHtHY "' full liJine mij ,
ddlMlof ilmM i brluf,
vvwIJhh Jtlillil j b'HAIlHtf
10 ! for iimf prif
ing up Inside. They did wlmt they
could to relieve his rnfns but their ef
forts were utelur. In a short time
Kekumu had breathed his Inst
While this poor fellow was Differing
at his home. Saturday night, Louis was
experienced the tamo excruciating
pains. Cither he had taken more of
the deadly spirit or bud a Irm, hardy
constitution, for be dltd on Sunday
As soon, as Deputy Sheriff Chilling
worth learned of the death ot the na
tives, he summoned the following
Coroner's Jury and wtot to the homes
of the two msn: Mtiwro. Win.
Savldge, P. 11. llutnette, J. 11. Bcbnack,
S. Kubey, Blvens and Kcth. The Jury
will meet In Mr. Chllllngworth't office
Dr. Garvin held a uott mortem mi the
body of Louis this morning. His find
ings will be disclosed at the Coroner's
Inquest this nfternoon. Hot h of the de
ceased were middle aged men who
worked along the wharvti.
At the JapnncHe Church.
Ilev". 0. P. Emerson occupied the pul
pit at the Japanese church Sunday
evening. Ills subject was: "Jesut, the
Perfect Man." After tho discourse,
the Rev. T. Okumuia baptized tlx men
nndt hree women and then came Holv
Communion. There were over o hun
dred people present, among the number
being Mrs. Salto, wife of tbo Jnpnncso
Consul. There were alto bcveiul for
elgners present, Y. Fukuklta acted as
LIMIT OF EIGHTEEN
HAS BEEN REACHED
J. J. Sullivan and H. C. Vlda Get
Last Two-Immediate Opening
Olaa Lands-Grass Border
Two nevfcalooif tlc3Et ntViecom
mendM at the Governoi'e council this
morning. These 111) tip the number
ngreed on previously as the maximum
for Honolulu, tvblch 18 eighteen.
Therefore, no mat applications will
bo entertained' by Treasurer Lousing
until some present holder lets go, or
the Legislature allows n greater num
ber ot such license.
II. C. Vlda mid J. J. Bullvan wcro
the last two successful applicants. II
S. Cunha and B. H. F. Wolter wero re
fused on account of the locations of
their proposed new saloone. Cunha 5
application was for the toutheast sldo
of Maunnken street. Wolter'B was for
Queen street, CO feet Ewa of Manuult?a
street. Both were decided to he out
side of the declared limits.
Vlda's saloon will be In tbo now
Thomas building at King and Smith
Sullivan's will be near Hotel aid
Some changes wero recommended Ly
the council in conditions of opening
Olaa lands for settlement. Commis
sioner J. P. 'Drown was authorized to
publish the required notice, along with
amended conditions, lmmcdlatly.
P. L. Leslie's application for a land
exchange In connection with Kukul
street extension was relerred to tho At
Superintendent J. A. MoC.indless was
authorized to set the curbing nt
Thomas Square bn It, so as to alio A' fur
n strip of grass between tho street and
the sidewalk. At first this will be
tried on tho King and Iicretanln til root
vides, ami, If the grass thrivo and look
well, the Knplolnnl and Victoria street
sides will be mated similarly.
Police Court Notcn,
In the Police Court this forenoon, the
following cae were dlspised of: Matsu
naM, hcrJIess driving, 1 25 and costs; V
okl, larceny In the second degree, one
wonifi's Imprisonment at hard labor; Ah
Moon and Goo San, unlawful possesion
of opium, 50 anj costs each; All Chlu,
leaving a Morse untie- In the street, ft and
fusts; Manuel Meters, same charge, f s and
TJII5 WATCHMAN IDHAL FOUN
TAIN Vl'.U. All ltm, sill sliupcs, II
V, WICK MAN,
riliu Job I'rlnlliig ut
HONOLULU 1 HCHOOL
)AV AN!) MODI CAbi
NEW SAIN UH
W TOO IK
Register a Strenu
PETITION to BE MADE
FOR REDUCTION OF RATES
Anticipate Water System Will
Presented to Town When
The Municipality Is
Wailuku, July 21. Tho kickers
against the present schedule of water
rates In this town'ljro Increasing every
day. They claim that tho rates should
bo lower as ovcry lot In this town Is en
tiled to water rights, and theio is no
necessity for tho extra charges for wn
tcrlng nnimnls and Irrigating ganlcnj,
as all tho water required for thoBo pur
poses could be obtained from tho pres
ent ditches (lowing through each lot
Some oven go to the extent nnd claim
that the water pipes which cost the go-
crnment nearly $30,000 should bo pre
sented to the citizens ot Wailuku, and
that the charges for water pipes should
bo not more than what Is actually re
quired for meeting running expenses
such as salary of superlntendi'nc, etc.
In fact, they claim that tho citizens of
Kahulul should be taxed more for wa
ter because they hao no water right,
nnd that tho latter will get their wa
ter from Wailuku through tho new sys
tem only under tho present possessors
of water rights.
Somo o I our citizens seo no rea
son or justice In our water rutes bcins
madctho same as Honolulu rates,
for very few people, If any own water
lights tallonoluluand aro furnished wa
ter by the government at great expense
through tho government mains and
likewise by means ot expensive pump
ing plants, which luxuries will not bo
required in Wnlluku, for there la al
ways a plentiful supply of mountain
wnter from Ino valley stream.
Thes are Bomo of tho burning qucs-
tlons that aro worrying the minds of j
our public spirited citizens. They1
nrguo that our present wntr system '
has been tho first real public improve
ment that Wailuku ever enjojeil for a
number of ycurs past, nnd that the pal
try appropriation ot (30,000 fulls Into
Instgnillcnnco when compared with tho
several hundred thousands of dollars
from Maul taxes that lmvo been turned
Into tho government treasury, part of
which went for paying the sewerage
system ot Honolulu.
Judgo Kalua, Oeo. Hone, Jno. T. AI11
li, W. T. ItoblnBon nnd many others
are firm In their belief that the rates
are cxhorhltant, unjust and should be
reduced. In fact Mr. lions has already
signified his Intention ot taking a peti
tion around to protest to the govern
ment against establishing permanently
tho published rates.
Tho leading citizens ot Wailuku ex
pect tho present wnter system to bo
given or presented to tho municipality
as soon as municipal latvs aro estab
lished, as there are men here who nre
tapnblo ot running our own affalis
when wo nru glu-ii that form of gov
ernment. Jus. T. Taylor has heard and was
present at some of tho spirited argu
ments advanced against the high rates
In Wullukti, but, ot course, Mr. Taylor
Is only an cinployo of tho Department
of Public Works, und would do uothlug
to ameliorate tho present conditions.
However, he ran lay before tho Hoard
the unitulmouH opinion of Wnlluku
citizens w ho declare (lie rates as un
just and unfair.
HOMU ItliAT IN COURT.
Attorney Davis caused a little excite
ment lu the Pollen Court this morn
lug, 11" leaned over the railing of the
dock and Ih-kuii tulklng lo cue of his
clients 'while u case was In progress.
High Hherlrf Drown laid u liuiid on his
arm und quietly told lilm lu ilenUt.
Mr, a 1 1. Immediately allowed u r Hilled
lililier, ttulkfd over to III" attorneys'
liible und ildiMiu'l Die (,'ourl, utkliig
l'e minimi to pcuk to liU client and
ileiimnnliiK llui mi lion of I lie IIIkIi
Kin lift In rullii-r fonlblu terms, As
lie, mtl uomii no was mam 10 wy tin.
wonls. 'Insolence' 'mid "liiimilimi,"
11 renins; 10 Air IIiohii
JmlKi VVIliu lid Mi (Mil 10 kop
quid uuw Im4IK lit -ul If In' (wI
nnHliiMM lu ? ii Uw I Hull Nlwrllf
h uw)l Mil tmi u4drM h.wr
iv ike Omih MM1 h lu'ii. Mr. !-!
W w u) iH-) in M rwiiMtfifl
atJMl JMW M'llMr MW lil liiul hj
lun'lv u illsuiii) fullum of , J lt
U III ill 'I llklll J,ll It II Mil "IlllllllllllllU'la . . 1 . a . .1
thrn told that If ho had anything to
sny to n client ho could do so at tho
proper tlmo ind not when there was a
case in progress.
TREA8URY AGENTS BACK.
Among the arrivals from llllo In tho
Klnau Saturday were Messrs. Drake
and Drlscoll of the Revenue Depart
ment Mr. Drake had the following to
say of his trip:,
"The first business we did was tho
collection ot Internal revenue on a con
signment of liquor nnd tobacco from
the Itodcrlcfc Dhu that sailed from San
Prnnclsco before Juno 14.
"Whllcl n fjlllo wo collected a special
tnx from about twenty retail liquor
dealers. These are not tho only one
upon whom n tax should bo levied,
Thcro nro tho stock brokers nnd the
people who nro carrying on a small
"There should bo a Treasury agent
located In llllo for there Is much mon
ey that Bhould be fortcomlng to the
government that Is not being collected.
Of course, this would mean n special
net on the part of tho Treasury De
Island Mall Cloning.
Postmaster Ont gavo notlco today
that mall for the Klnau will close to
morrow nt 11:15 sharp. Kor tho present
nlll stand mails will close forty-five
minutes previous to tho sailing time of
the steamers. This Is done on account
of tho weighing of malls as required by
orders ot the department.
CITY LOTS Fin
FOR COURT PAPERS
Slander Ordered Translated-Jury
Waived Cases Take Precedence
-Large Trusteeship Bond
Attorne-.n In Arthur O. Morlcourt vs.
Kor walk Klro Insurance Co. hnvo sti
pulated that a certified copy of tho
proof ot loss of a tiro In Stockton, Cal.,
shall In the event of a new trial hnvo
tho samo forco and effect as tho origin
al. J. A. Oilman, ndmlnlstrator John
Philips estate, by his attorneys, Kin
ney, Ilalluu & McClunnhnn, discontinu
ed his suit against S. N. Castle Estate,
J. Alfred Mngoon and I. M. Long, at
torneys for the widow nnd children of
A. Ilodrigues, glvo notlca to J. P. Col
burn, ndmlnlstrator ot A. Hosa estate,
that they will move this afternoon for
I'nal hearing nnd passing on the ac
counts of the lato A. Hosa In the mat
ter ot U10 Hodrlgues estate.
Pred. Wundenberg has tiled his bond
In j:3,000 as trustee for Suslo P. Cart
wright and Iluth and Mary Muriel
Cartwrlght, the Burcty being J, Alfred
Judge Humphreys sustained tho de
murrer of defendant In the slander suit
of Abigail K. Wallleha . Lovell Ka
pan, alowlng plaintiff to amend com
plaint!) y furnishing a translation of
tho alleged slander. Do Holt for plain
tiff; McCants Stownrt for defendant.
Defendant was found in default by
Judge Humphreys In tho foreclosure ot
mortgage suit of W. 0. Smith und S. W.
Wilcox vs. W. II. Winchester. Jns. A.
Thompson was appointed commis
sioner of tho court to sell tho mort
gaged property. It consists ot a lot nt
Kul.toknhua nnd several lots at Makoe
Notlco Is given in this paper to all
concerned that tho Jury waived caleu
iiur will come nhead of civil Jury enscs
i,t tho August term of thu Plrst Circuit
Judgo Humphreys bus promulgated
tho following now rule In thd Circuit
"All proceedings of nny nnd every
kind whatsoever, and nil advertise
ments, notices und publications of any
mutter or thing brought or pending lu
tho Circuit Court of tho Plrst District,
shall, except In cases where the law
otherwise) directs, bo brought, made,
given or published us the cute may
twi 111 (he KukIUIi language."
A tlilrtrcn yrjr IJ llau.ill.m boy and
his five yrar olJ slsttr are wanJetluK ld
Kintwlicfe In town, lliry havliiK txen l-t
iy tlirlr i.irrnlsulill lilllie streets (Ills
inunilliK, If lliry wtlc Honolulu cllllJmi
)e Ny W0U j a,r l0 ,,nJ ,, way
uil to K'jjHoimii but they came froin
Mlvui last liljiy to visit frlrnJi,
llirylHtrnrsrrUwi hrre bcfiwe I lie
iii'dlitr it llir liifiiiiiMtlon at the xllft
tUUm tills hiuiiiIhk hiU th wll(r art
hh t W11 Iwliuttl lu IIm lust vlillJrni,
A soiiipIi'Im iiiw tlork of units
slililn, m(IIi mid nifts l i. u, l(irr''i
Mother Castle Has Old
THE SUBJECT WA-"
WIFE OF KAMEHAMEHA
She Was Highest Chief and Always
Was a Kind Woman-Hers Was
First Christian Burial and
One ot tho oldest Hawaiian mission
ary pamphlets has Just been reprinted.
Its title page Is as follows:
"Memoir of Kcopuolanl Late Queen
of tho Sandwich Islands. "Kings shnll
bo thy nursing fathers, and their
Queens thy nursing mothers.' lloston:
Published by Crocker & Hrowster, No,
CO, Cornhlll, 1825."
Professor Alexanders Initials arc
Blgncd to an "Introduction" to tho re
print, saying: "Tho present seems to
bo nn appropriate tlmo to reprint this
brief memoir of tho Queen Kcopuolanl,
tho earliest convert to Christianity nt
tho Hawaiian Islands. Sho was a wor
thy compeer of Kaplolanl nnd Knahu
mnnu, and her life gavo signal evidence
of tho transforming power of tho gos
pel. This narrative was drawn up by
Ilov. W. Ulchards at l.ahalna In 1824.
At that tlmo tho orthography of tho
Hawaiian langungo had not yet been
settled, but it has not lieen considered
necessary to chango tho original spell
ing, except In enso of evident mis
prints.. Tho proceeds arising from the
sale of this little hook nro to bo given
to the Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety." "Mother" Castlo, widow ot the late
S. N. Castlo, pays the cost ot the re
Tho little work is of great Interest
from its clear mirroring of the start ot
Christianity In Hawaii, its simple nar
ration of facts rvlative to Kamchnino-
ha I. and his wars, and two Illustra
tions furnished with numbered keys.
One of these depicts n walling scene
drawn from the actuality nt Kcopuo
lnnl'u death. Tho other Is u represen
tation ot her funeral at Lahalna, the
first public ceremonial lu which tho
Hnuallans woro European dress. High
chiefs bore tho kahilis and acted us
pall-bearers ut this first Hawaiian
stute funeral. It was the queen's dying
request that sho should have Christian
burial, nnd that tho heathen orgies
customary on tho death of n high
chief bo omitted. These are somo of
"Let not my body bo disturbed. Let
not my bones be separated and tho
flesh taken off, as In tho days of dark
hearts; but let my body he put In a
coffin. Let tho teachers attend and
speak to tho people nt my Interment.
Let me ho burled In tho ground nnd let
my burial bo after tho manner of
Keopuolnul was born In 1TT8 at Pa
hoehoe, district ot Wailuku, Maul. Her
father's family hud gowned tho Isl
and ot Huwull for many generations.
Shu was regurded ai of higher rank 1
than Kuniehniueha or any of tho other
chiefs. As an Instance of the reverenco
In which she wns held, at a hula CO
miles from where she wus visiting,
when her nnmo wns mentioned all pres
ent stripped thembclvcs ot ornaments.
At tho age ot 13 sho became the wife
ot Kumehnmehu. Owing to her rank,
however, sho was allowed to liae two
husbands. After sho had accepted
Christianity, Kamehnmeha being dead,
sho was tho wlfo ot Kalalmoku nnd Ho
aplll. Sho Inquired of tho missionaries
ns to thu propriety of having two hus-
buuds. They told her that Christian
females never had more than ono hus
band. She Immediately chose Hoaplll
as her only husband, nnd dismissed
Kalalmoku from that relation.
Manyo f tho high chiefs, alter her
death, said Keopuolnul was never the
means of any person's being put to
ili-lli. ThU wus In referenco to the
murderous penalties of tho tabu,
Winn Keopuolnul was consulted by
the chiefs about putting uway tlin go-Is,
she uskeil tin-in first what ell the gods
had dune Hint lln-y should lie burned.
Ill llii-lr reply they mentioned the hor
rors of th liihu, und win 11 llicy iillud
id In u liracllui of entrapping human
wnrlllies by foul phi) she nt mini as-
willed 111 Hie wish of her Mill l.lliolllio
who wns king, mid Hi" chiefs who with
lit sis pliiliniil In burn lliu Idols,
'Mm iniwl Mrlklng purls of Hie
memoir urn liuldi-lils of Ki-opimlnnl's
heroic) reslsUnru In lliu efforts of sunn-
of tho chiefs nnd people to make her re
lapsa Into heathenism.
Professor Alexander has never seen
but one copy of tho original edition ot
the little hook. '
A NEWP08T OFFICII
Mr. Flint; the Post Office official was
seen today and, among the things ho
had to tell ot was the establishment of
nnew post office at Pcpeekeo plantation
nbout fourteen miles out from llllo.
The postmaster appointed Is Eugene
N. Dcyo. On nccount of Its Importance,
this will nso be made a money order
The twnds of tho postmaster at Paa
ullo having been arranged for, this will
also bo made a money order offlcev
Mr. Hall, assistant to Mr. Flint, Is
still on Hawaii. He Is giving the varl- '
ous postmasters their Instructions.
Young Republican Act.
Members of tho Young Mens Re
publican Club nro requested to bo o.lt
In force on tho night of the H.'publlciu
rally, next Thursday evening. Lofrln
Andrews, President of the cluf) will
send out notices today asking nil mem
bers of tho club to meet nt the new
headquarters on lower Nuanu street at
7 o'clock Thursdny evening. Fiom
the headquarters the club will march to
thu Drill Shed where the procession
will be formed. Every member should
be present on this tho first nppearnnco
ot the club In campaign work.
MI Will SMISMMt
THREE GOOD MEN ON
BOARD OF REGISTRATION
Independents Wanted Representa
tive But Do Not Fear
Work of Present
Wailuku, July 21-Tho majority of
Maul electors are satisfied with the per
sonnel ot tho Hoard of lleglstratlon for
tho Second Judicial Circuit comprising
tho Islands of Maul, Molokal and La-
1 Messrs. K.W. Hardy, H. C. Searle anil
S. Kclllnol nro public men of high In
tegrity In our community, although ono
of the members' says Hint some ono has
objected to him for being unknown.'
If that is tho only objection, then It is
unfounded, for the members nre very
1 well known In this part of Undo Sam's
j Tho Independent party claims that
1 somo ono should have been put on the
I board to represent them, but no ono
fears that nny of tho members of tho
Hoard will be carried away by partisan
Joseph Frlas, formerly of L. B. Kerr &
Co., has been appointed Portuguese Inter
preter. The first case In which he acted
In his new capacity, took place In the
Police Court this forenoon.
FOURTH OF JULY.
A great number of Hawaiian and
American flags can bo gotten in Iwaka
mi's store, Hotel street.
(Ircat salo of boots and shoes nt 5
cents on tho dollar at L. 11. Kerr k
Co.'s shoo house, corner of Fort nnd
We would remind you that we have Just
received another line of :
(very stylish) OX FOR I) S
IH.ACK VICI KID,
McJIum welcht sole, tip perforated anl
pinked. Any toe you want.
f Swell Shoe for Swell People
IMJW AS (1001)
Manufacturers' Sboe Go.
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