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Vol. IX. No. 1501.
HONOLULU. TKRRLTOUY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 21. 1900.
Pit in: 5 Oi:nt.s.
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Warrant for Arrest of
Material Witness in ,
, , Murder Case.
WRIT OF MANDAMUS
TO BENEFIT SOCIETY
Counsel in Injunction Suit of Kaplo-
lanl Estate, Limited, vs. Mary
H. Atcherly Agree on
Upon tho motion of Attorney General
K. I'. Dole, based on an affidavit of
High Sheriff Drown, a warrant ot ar
rest lias been Issued by Judge A. S.
Humphreys against Mlta, a material
witness (or the prosecution In tbe
cause Territory of Hawaii vs. Anlmoto,
murder first degree.
.The High Sheriff, In bis town Infor
mation, alleges that Mlta is an Intimate
friend of Anlmoto, and will retort to
every means possible to avoid giving
testimony against Anlmoto, and that If
not arrested and kept In custody, or
required to furnish bonds, he will leave
tho country before tbe trial at next
August term or will remain in biding
and thus avoid giving testimony.
$ In Kaplolanl Estate Limited vs.
Mary 11. Atcherley et nl., it Is stipulat
ed between Kinney, Ballou & McClan
nban for plaintiff and Lyle A. Dickey
for defendant, that plaintiff may file an
amended bill for Injunction within Ave
- days, tho temporary injunction Issued
under the original bill to be continued
In full force.
Judge Humphreys Is hearing the bill
Inequity of Harvey It. Hitchcock, Law'
lenco 11. Dec, Harry L. Evans and
Chas. J. Flshel, on behalf of them
selves and all other stockholders In
tho Kanialo Sugar Co., Limited, ngalntt
Frank Hustacc, John J. Egan, Frank
H. Foster and the Knmalo Sugar Co,
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send In the largest
number ot new subscribers, the 101
wing prizes :
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
Tht winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
0 choose between models 00, 91 and 94 ot
tbe 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
It a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
fthe Honolulu Bicycle Co., agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
ad Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
Ths winner of this prize may choose
festween these three stvles of machines;
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. Till
machine will be furnished by B. Ber-
crscD, sole agent for the Hawaiian
Brd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4xB, with Outtlt, $40.00.
The .Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack anc.
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
ased with either Plates or Films. The
utfit Includes 1 Plate Holder. Tripod. 1
Trays, Developer, Fixer. Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo-
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat-
t Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 6 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Beriatrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
Tht following conditions of the contest
just be observed i
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
Itast three months In advance.
i. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
Hois will be counted In this contest as
atw subscriptions. Each name must be a
kona fide addition to the subscription lists.
1. Subscriptions should be sent In as
toon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
addrtss 01 eacn new suoscriner.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian leliinds Is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: M.co per year,
Iim for three months; strictly In advance
Limited, The comrlalnl alleges that
the defendants fraudulently obtained
135,000 belonging to tho Mockholdors.
Neumann, Hcnthnll and Davis for
plaintiffs; Robertson & Wilder for defendants.
An alternative suit ot mandamus has
been served on J. O. Sllva, piCBldcnt of
the Portuguese Mutual Itmcht Society,
commanding htm to appear before
Judge Humphreys next Friday and
show cause why the writ should not bo
made absomfe.-'dlrc'ctlsg.'itho respdn;
dent to Issue the usual nctlco to mem
bers' of the society and cclltct tbe do
nation of benefits to Carolina Sllva duo
on the estate of htr hueband.
ONLY FOR FUN.
Matthews, a young man aged about
18, was arrested at tbe Salvation Army
hall last night on the charge of com
mon nuisance. He was found guilty In
the Police Court this forenoon and sen
tenced to pay a fine of IS and costs.
It was brought out during tho trial
that Matthews went to tbv Salvation
Army hall last night with a wheelbar
row and placing this, In tho doorway
during the progress cf tbe meeting,
proceeded to laugh and havo u good
Matthews stated that be enly did this
for fun. He had his bandt. en tho
wheelbarrow the whole time and was
Just in the act of removing It when
the heavy band ot n policeman dropped
on hU shoulder.
Judge Wilcox waxed reminiscent be
fore fining the young man, remarking
that he remembered a time in IiIb boy
hood days when he told bis teacher
that he did some mischief "Just for
fun." He was taken into a back room
where he could not for tho life of him
see much fun In tbe action of tho
MAD RACE FOR GOLD.
Vancouver, B. C, July 7. Tho steam
Amur arrived from Skagway today
with a quarter of a million treasure on
board. She brought back to civiliza
tion the Yukon field force; ot the Ca
uadlan Government tcntldtrs there is
no further necessity for them In tho
Klondike. Among the passenger were
J, 11. Gibson of San Francitco, Captain
Irving of Victoria. William Urul 1 and
W. Nichols bring back the largest
share of gold dust. Captain Irving re
ports a big placer strike near While
Horse. He says when he left men
were stampeding to the ntwly found
placers on horseback. Seventy per
cent of tlrem did not know wlier they
were going, as the name of tho creek
had not been divulged, bm those who
did know started at midnight on horse
back, and early in the mornlut over n
hundred horsemen were trailing tho
discovery claim, which is said to bo
rich. Captain Irving wai informed by
one ot the Government oilielals that
the clean-up this year will he over 120,-
Verdict of Coroner's Jury.
Tbe Coroner's Jury in the case of the
two natives who died, one on Sunday
night and one yesterday morning, met
In the Deputy Sheriff's office yesterday
afternoon. On the evidence given by
Dr. Garvin, tbe physician who held tho
post mortem examination, tho Jury
brought In a verdict of death from
heart disease accelerated by tho use of
methylated spirits in the case of Lul
and death from the txcetsive us e of Ihe
same liquor in the case of Kekumu.
Accident nt Depot.
Marks, driver of hack 191 of' tho 1.
X. I., stand, met with an accident at
the depot this morning. Ho was wait
ing nt tho usual place for puispiijers
when his horse becam frightened nt a
train. The animal bolted and tinned
sharply, throwing the hack over. In
attempting to get out of tho lis. the
driver was pinned underneath. As
slstnnce soon arrived, the horse wis
caught and Marks extricated from his
dangerous position. He was badly
bruised and the back was slightly dam
aged. Jerry Reynolds.
Jerry Reynolds, formerly mate of the
Robert Lowers, did not return in that
vessel yesterday. He has decided to
remain In San Francisco for tho pur
pose of qualifying himself for tbe office
of a (steamship captain. It is under
stood that, having completed this
work, be wll return as mate of the
Robert Lewers In order to get moro ex
perience at sea,
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TO CHINESE CONSUL
He Gets a Threatening Letter from Pur
ported Field Laborer Reformers De
signated Heroes of This Age.
Yang Vel Pin, Imperial Chinese Con
sul, has furnished It. E. Cooper, Sec
retory of tho Territory, with the trans
lation of a letter he has received
threatening him with death.
A Iliitlctln reporter called at the Con
sulate and was readily given tho trans
lation. In answer to a question the
Consul said he took the letter seriously.
Ho did not consider it a joke. Tho let
ter Is here given:
You, Yang Ku (a Ham! )i traitor!
you aro about to meet your deathC Dp
you know that I had been n laborer
sovcral years In a sugar eano planta
tion nt Kauai? My dally work thcro
was so hard that I could not bear It
and would prefer to die. than to live
because our government was bad.
Now Hank (Ylu Mai) hnd Liang
(Chl-tsao) bavo duly organized a Re.
form party. Truly they are deliverers j
of the people of China. Our country
men In Honolulu have. Jointly formed a
Po Wong Hill (a society so formed as
to protect the Emperor.) Indeed they
HORACE OIK Ml MM BLOCK
RUN OVER BY HACK
ON KINQ STREET TODAY
Accident Was Due Entirely to
Driver Ah Tim's Crimi
ness. Horaco Crabbo, tho aged ftthcr ot
Clarence Crabhe, was run over by n
Chinese hack on King street at about
10 o'clock this forenoon, lloth wheels
passed over his body In iho region
of his chest anil It Is believed bo Is
qulto badly hurt. An eye witness tells
tho following story:
"Mr. Crabbo was crossing tho street
near Castle & Cookc'B when hack tC,
driven by Ah Tim, came, along up
Bethel street at a fast clip. Tho old
gentleman did not bco the vehicle and
the Chinaman mado no attempt to
shout out or to get out ot the way.
"Mr. Cralibo was knocked dawn nnd
both wheels passed over his body. The
Chinaman, seeing whnt ho had dono
and wishing to get out of tho way as
soon as possible, never stopped to In
quire into the extent of tho damago
done but drove along at the same fast
"Harry Jucn happened to bo near
by and he mado a rush for the China
man's horse, bringing the animal to a
standstill. L. T. Grant then took hold
of tho horse and detained the China
man until an officer arrived from tho
Mr. Crabbo was picked up and put In
a had;. Captain Opunul offered to
tnko him to tho Queen's hospital but
ho pieferrcd to bo taken to 1 Is home.
Ah Tim has been arrested. Tho case
will ennio up tomorrow.
Chinese and Japanese hack drivers In
tho city aro notoriously careless In
their driving. Of late, thcro bavo been
very many narrow escapes from Injury
by them. They seem to think that they
may drive all over the Btreet, turn cor
ners on any sldo nnd monopolize! tho
thoroughfares as they see fit. Homo
people think that theso men should
be examined as to their competency be
fore being allowed licenses to drive.
An Elegant Home.
There are twenty-six choice bargains
In property and finished houses on the
calendar ot Sllva & Vivas, real estate
agents, opposlto tho Post Office.
Mr. Vlvns, the wide awake, hustling
manager ot tho new firm ls a most
courteous gentleman to meet and Is
tireless In his endcavorB to please, his
customers. Take a look at their ad In
this Ibsue, then call on the gentlemen
and be treated just as though you in
tended to buy.
llnnd Concert Changed,
In another column Is tho announce
ment of 11 baud concert nt Thomas
square. On account of the very serious
Illness of J. C. Cook of T. II. Duvles &
Co., who lives near Thomas squuro,
Captain Berger bag decided to change,
the placo of tho concert to tho Hawa
are heroes of this age. For their so do
Ing gods and men would greatly rejoice
to respect them.
Have, wo dono nnythlng wrong
against you? What relation Is there
between you and the false government?
You are simply a slave under the con
trol of a slave of slaves.
You sent the names (of the Reform
ers) back to those dog mandarins for
tho arrest of our relatives. Have you
ever heard the news of Lau Hok Shan?
The work Imposed on me has been so
hard that I think It Is hard for mo Co
get a better life. I would prefer to be
dead than to be alive. I will certainly
go to Honolulu to accompany you be
fore the King of Hell so as to have our
cause righted there. I write this to
notify you beforehand wishing you to
get ready of your baggage for the Jour-
This Is to notify you.
A WARM I1LOODED PERSON tho
SOON TO BE BUILT
ON HOTEL STABLES SITE
W. W. Wright Head and Front
of Company-Want Ten Year
Extension of Lease Be
W. W. Wright, tho carriage maker of
Fort street, Is tho head and froi.l of ft
company that has It In mind to build
a four-story block oil the, sldo of the
old Hotel stables, at tho corner of
Richards ami Hotel streets, the s.imo t?
cover tho whole pleco of property In
question. Ah arrangements have not
been completed yet, tho nnnies of tho
others Interested Ih tho scheme are
The whole, thing depends on whether
Mrs. Brown, mother of Jim Brown tho
hackman, will consent to ten-year ex
tension of tho lease. Tho present leaso
haB twenty-five years to run nnd It Is
dslred that this bo mado thirty-five
years before thoso interested will be
willing to put up the cash for tho build
ing of the block.
Mr. Wright will havo his carriage
shops In a portion of tho building 84x
44, facing on Richards street and run
ning townrd Ewn. In connection with
tho shops will be a livery stable, con
fined to the Ewn sldo of tho building1
nnd facing on Hotel street. Then too,
there will be nn olllce portion, also fac
ing on Hotel street.
Tho carriage, shops will run up tho
wholo of tho four stories but tho fourth
stjjry of tho stubles and nlllco part will
be run into one. Whnt will bo dono
with this lloor linn not yet been decid
Tbero havo already been a largo
number nt applications for rooms In
tho olllce part ot tho building.
It Is understood that thcro Is another
combination bucking tho present one.
These peoplo were left nlono until they
had failed to mako arrangements for
the premises and now, that 6ther par
tics have come In, It Is understood that
they aro trying to get In themselves
An answer from MrB. Drown In re
gard to tho extension of the lease Is
expected by the Rio de Janeiro.
More Heedless Driving.
A Portuguese boy living on Punch
bowl fell oft a dray at I'alama this
morning. Before he could pick hl
atlf up a Chinese hack ran over him.
His kneo wag put out and his thigh
bruised. He was sent homo by a klmt
citizen who happened along. The Chi
nese hack driver did not wait at tho
spot long enough to let his number
BOW WONGS CELBURATE.
The Bow Wongs nr celebrating In
their hull at the corner of Kukul anil
River streets this afternoon, Ihe birth
day of their Emperor, Kwaug Hsu.
Tho celebration begun at 12 noon in 11
reception. President Wong Leong and
Vice President II. A. 1 1 In nro'recelvlug
the members and their friends. Ap
propriate speeches havo already been
made by Wong I.eong, C. T. Akann,
Wong Slu King, Woo Fun and olicrs,
This evening tho hnll will lie decor
ated with lanterns and speeches will be
made by prominent members of tho!
How Wong Will.
Tho celebration of tho Emperor's
birthday would hnvo been on n more
elaborate scalo hail It not bcn for tho
trouble In Peking. Considering this
fact, the Dow Wongs have not thought
it proper to prepare a big celebration,
Enokaj n native wharf hand, aged
about 30 years, met with a frightful
death at tho old flshmarket wharf at
about 1:30 o'clock this afternoon while
nsslstlng in the work of discharging
machinery from tho schooner llobert
Lewcrs. Ono of tho fall ropes broke
and a piece of machinery weighing Over
twelve tons fell against the ship,
mashing tho poor native in the region
of the abdomen. It was necessary to
haul the vessel nway In order to extri
cate the man. Life was not yet extinct
but tho poor fellow died while on the
way to tho hospital In the patrol wo-
Four Dollars and Costs.
John Carlo and A. Baltman were ar
rested Sunday 011 the charge of drunk
enness. Carlo said he was not drunk
hut when the officer who arrested him
nnd Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth tes
tified that he was, hr said: "Well, if
those men say bo, we'll lei It go at
that." Carlo was fined $4 and costs,
Judga Wilcox remarking that the next
time ho wished to go on a bender ho
should go up among the trees on Tan
talus Instead of making n show of him
self In the street. Baltman was lined
the same amount. Judge Wilcox ad
vised him nlsn to eo Into tho country
the next time nnd Baltman, not yet '
sobered, nnswered: "Yes, Judge, I
thing I'll leave It."
Two Liquor Cases.
Donohuc, tho manager ot I-onc
Branch, appeared In the I'ollco Court
this forenoon on tho charge ot selling
liquor without n license. Defendant
pleaded guilty and Judgo Wilcox sus
pended sentence until tomorrow morn-1
Ing. Judgo Wilcox Btnted that ho had I
heard Donohuo Intended leaving the '
country. He wished to loam If de
fendant wns In earliest or whether he
told this story In order to get out of
paying his fine.
Fisher was tried on tho same charge
nnd found guilty. A fine nt Sl&ft mid ,
costs wns Imposed. No defenbe was put 1
on. Attorney Strauss has noted an ap
peal for his client.
Narrow Escape From Drowning,
Ono of tho sailors of tho Incn hail a
very narrow escape from drowning 1
near tho railroad wharf at about mid-J
night last night. Ho went to tho Sal-
vatlon Army early in tho evening nnd
then made a round of tho saloons. Ho
started for his ship In an Intoxicated
condition nnd fell Into tho water be-
fore arriving at his destination. His
cries for help wcro heard by Custom
House. Inspector Hobson who lent a
hand and pulled tho drowning man out
of tho water.
Grand Jury Pay,
Attorney General IS. P. Dole, on a
referenco from Auditor General II. S.
Austin of a question submlvd by J11-1
dlclary Clerk II, Smith, has ruled by
tho terms of tho Territorial Act that
grand Jurors are to ho paid by tho Judi
ciary anil not tho Attorney General's j
department. It ls nlso ruled that no
pay nttncliiB to grand Jury prosent-',
ments as iIocb to petty Jury verdicts.
Mllcngo and attendance, are tho same
In both cases.
About Japanese Murder,
The following conversation was over
heard near tho Post Offlco this morn
ing: .Mr. W. Well, I (t Judgo Llttlo of
Hllo docs not believe in sending the
Japanese, murderer to Honolulu to bo
Mr. D, I supposo the poor fellow
would rather die. than remain alive
Military Prisoner Arrested.
Miller, a private In tho United States
Army who escaped from' the Camp Mc
Klnley guard house some tlmo ago, was
arrested at tho police station this
morning. Ho was present to testify In
a liquor case and was recognized. A
rcwurd was offered for Miller's capture.
FOURTH OF JULY.
A great number of Hawaiian and
American flags can bo gotten In Iwaka
mi's store. Hotel street.
In Honolulu, July 19th, to tho wlfo of
A. T. Brock, a sou.
A complete new stock ot gents
hlrtB, collars and cuffs at L. B. Kerr'a,
Queen street, jajh'
sim in in
Berries Simply Picked
Off Trees That Are
KONA SUGAR CO.'S
CANE LOOKS WELL
Judge Clark Talks About Kona's
Industries and Denounces Al
leged Over Capitaliza
tion of Enterprise.
George Clark. District Magistrate of
North Kona, returned home today after
n few days In town. He was seen at
tho Arlington hotel by a Bulletin re
porter and answered some questlonr.
while declining to answer others rela
tive to tho Industrial situation in Ko
na. "There Is nothing doing In the cul
tivating of coffee,' 'was tho surprlMnj;
statement mado by Mr. Clark.
"Yes, I bavo a coffee plantation. I
havo 23 or 30 acres of uncultivated
trees. But I never pay anything for
cultivating coffee. I get very good
crops about a pound to the tree. It
Is good coffee, thnt I can sell for as
high a price ag any coffee produced by
"Thcro Is no activity In coffee cul
tivating enterprises. None whatever.
Thnt ls n11 lm"'
No. Thero has not been any cat-
fr plantation In Kona torn up for
"McDoucall Is nicking coffee as.
j something the same principle as I am.
going on. -
"Tho cane of tho Kona Sugar Co. ls
looking well It could not bo better.
Yet you must know, in talking about
Kona, that CO acres of land does not
represent more than 40 acres of cane."
Mr. Clark denounced In strong terms
what ho deemed tho excessive capital
ization of n recently Incorporated Ko
na enterprise, its cupltal is JC',000,
hut ho considered It would be a swindle
nt half that amount. That is. If the
public were solicited to take shares.
"Kona has one of tho finest climates
you can find In the world," Mr. Clark"
nnHwercd'tii 11 question aa to the pros
IK'ots of the district ns 11 health resort.
"Two men who enmo thero two year
ago In very poor health aro now able
to do hard work every day.
Plenty ot Machinery.
Tho Robert Lewers from San Frnn-
C8C0 yesterday brought Clio machinery
for tll0 Honolulu brewery that Is to
8lart ,lp nt auollt the flr8t of JamwIT
f nM. VMr. in n,irtmnn n hi .h.
brought a lot of the Ironwork for the
new Hackteld building. The Lewers
has a cargo of about ICOO tons of gen
eral merchandise consigned to IL
Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. She brought
eleven head ot flno horses for the Ho
nolulu Stock Yards Co.
Great salo of boots nnd shoes nt S
rents on tho dollar at L. B. Kerr At
Co.'s shoo house.
corner of Fort nnJ
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