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S3 , THE PROGRESSIVE AMERICAN PAPER
I Evening Bulletin
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
Vol. XirJo. 1888.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY -OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. JULY 12 1901
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NATIVES 111 1
SHOCKING KILLING AT
NAALEBU LAST WEEK
Native in Jail and Japanese Try to
Lynch Them Robbery the
Motive for the
News of a shocklngimurdcr at Nan
lehu orrhed by the steamer Mauna Log,
this morning. The following details
uro given by Purser Wllllo Slmcrssu.
On the morning of July 2d the dead
body of Yochldn. n Jap.ir.esc, was found
under the flume about one hundred
jnrds from the Saalehu mill. The
man had been killed by being beaten
with a clubtir some other dull Instru
ment. Hit pockets bad been rifled and
the purpose of the murder was ap
Sam Kahlua, Lepcka nnd .Plllpo, nil
natives, are now lu Jail awaiting an
Inquiry Into their connection with the
crime. Kaluna Is thought to bo tho
gulty man and the other two, friends .if
life, ate suspected of knowing of tin
Suspicion first rested on Kaluna
when he approached 0 cor go Green, to
get him to wind a watch that! he had.
Giccn recognized the time piece, as
that of the dead Japanese, and asked
one native where he got It. ,lto said
that it had been grvn him by one of
the lunas, Harry Wiggins. This story
was denied by Wiggins and on further
Investigation It was decided to lock
Kalun.i up. A search of his house ro-
euled some of his clothes, covered
Henry .Martin for whom the dead
man was working tells the following
On July 1st the Japanese had been
kent to Naalehu to draw $46 for the nay
of some laborers, oil did not icturn,
nnil, suspecting something was wrong,
ti search was made for him, with the
I caul t that his dead tody was found.
Knluna knew that the man had tbe
money, and It Is supposed that ho killed
him thinking that he had a great deal
more than he had.
After the natives had been Jaltyl a
large party of Japanese intent upon
lynching the suspected murderer, went
to the Jail and we're with difficulty kept
from wreaking vengeance on the
pilsoners. The sheriff, with, a strong
lossc.was on his way from Hllo at last
accounts, to Investigate the matter,
and look out for the safety of the sus
pected men. .
CORNELL THE VICTOR
Poughkeepslo, N. V., July 2. Tho lu.
tcrcolleglate boat races over the Hud
bon. river course were decided today ns
Varsity eight Cornell won, tlmo
IS S3 1-5; Columbia second, time, 18:
r.S; Wisconsin third, tlmo 19:00 4-5)
Georgetown fourth, time. 19:21. The
best previous record for varsity eights
wax 19:44 3-5. No time was taken for
Syracuse and Pennsylvania, who were
many lengths behind.
In the varsity four Cornell wag first,
time, 11:39 3-5; Pennsylvania second,
time, 11:45 2-5; Columbia third, time,
11:51 3-5. The best previous record
for the dlstanco was 10:31 2-5.
THE WORLD'S ENTERTAINER!?.
A full house accorded a full measure
of ovation to the Entertainers last
night, proving insatiable In some of
their demands for encores.
There wcro a number of changes in
the program although It Is of course
practically impossible to change such
an act as that of the billiard table
somertaults and Sweet's 'Musical Bur
glar. These will readily bear repeti
tion, however, and Sweet Interlarded
his talk with some fresh anecdotes
that captured tho house. 'Miss Gwynnc
bad n new song, the Fetal Ited Ilose,
which she rendered very sweetly and
also sang tho Holy City to an appro
prlate background of pictures. Ncl
stone and Miss Mahr proved very
Six Cool Bedrooms
THE RESIDENCE OF
H. S. TOWNSEND
p MANOA VALLEY
IS OFFERED: : : : :
Partly furnlih-d, for one
or two years nt a very
low rate. Ten large
rooms. Superb View.
Cool. Ten minutes walk
from car line. Pine loca
tion for boarding house.
Call on : i : : : :
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Amusing and Miss Qassman and her
piccaninnies were only allowed to re
tire otter a series of perfunctory bows
In response to vigorous encores. Miss
Gassman's Introduction of "1 thought
I heard somebody calling me" scored
a successi Mr. Lee added to his picture
gallery some Interesting portraits of
notables, the presentment of Oom
Paul Kruger being particularly vivid
and forcible. The Seven Ages spoken
lc the character of Shaksperc was
beautifully rendered from an elocu
tionary standpoint. Teddy Roosevelt
and Schley were both excellent like
nesses. Several new projectroscope
pictures closed tho program at 11
There Is lo be a matinee on Satur
day afternoon at the regular hour when
a uniform rate of fifty -cents will be
charged to any part of tho house. This
should be well filled with tho young
sters who will have an opportunity to
thoroughly enjoy themselves without
there being nny year of any uncdlfying
exhibitions being shown.
YANKEES J00D FIGHT
Henley, Kng., July 5. In the fifth
and final heat today tor the Grand
Challenge Cup the Leandcr flowing
Club crew defeated the crew of tht
University of Pennsylvania by one
length In 7:04 4-5. excitement over
the race was absolutely frenzied. No
such mild demonstration was ever wit
ncssed before at Henley. The race was
so fiercely contested that the strain
was maintained until the very entl,
when Englishmen threw their hats In
the air nnd Americans cheered till
hoarse. Many American girls ran along
In the Dlaztng sun encouraging Penn
sylvania, and so exhausted were they
by exertion and by excitement that
at the finish they threw themselves on
tho ground, almost fainting.
THE PIONEER VESSEL
NOW BUILDING HERE
Was Constructed In Germany and
Sent Here In Sections to Be
Put Together H&ckfeld
& Co., Agents.
Mauka of the marine railway, the
keel of tho first Iron vessel bull!, on
these Islands, has been laid. A forcu
of thirteen boiler mak"rs Is at work
putting together the parts of tho ves
sel which will be known as tho Pio
neer, when launched.
Tbe Pioneer will be a large and pow
erful 8 tu going steam scow. 'She be
longs to II. Hackfcld & Co., nnd was
built In Germany, having been brought
here In sections In the ship II. I". Glade.
A German engineer was sent hero to
superintend the reconstruction of the
Pioneer, but soon after arrival he died
at tho Queen's Hospital, so the work
of tho building v. Ill now bo done by thu
Honolulu Iron Works engineer. The
vessel will bo finished and ready for
business In about five months. Stic.
will be a great hclnlu the handling of
heavy freight as she Is specially con
structed to handle great weights. The
Pioneer will bo 105 feet long, about 2S
feet wide, with a depth of four or flvo
feet. Tiesldes having a capacity fur
much freight she will have largo water
tanks so as to supply vessels outside
and in tho stream with water.
For groceries ring up Dlue 911.
The sad news of the .death In New
York of Mrs. Hattle Napela Parker,
wife of Colonel Sam Parker, was re
ceived In the Sierra this morning.
Colonel Parker with the remains will
arrive here In the Ventura on Tuesday.
Mrs1, Parker was one of the best known
society women In Hawi'li nnd her loss
will be felt by a huge family and hosts
Df friends. Mis. Parker was about'
forty-six years old nt the time of her
death. No particular of the causo or
death are at hand.
PORTO RICOJREE TRADE
San Junn, July 4. In a Joint session,
lasting threohours, the Porto Itlcan
Assembly today unanimously passed
tho free trado resolution. Tho As
sembly hair, wns crowded with people,
nnd cheers greeted the announcement
that Governor Allen had signed the
STOCK EXCHANGE PICNIC.
Several members of tho Honolulu
Stock Exchange, press representatives
und sugar experts left in tho stcamor
Mlkahnla last evening for Mcllrydc
plantation. They are tho guests of W.
A. Kinney who will thnw them over
tho plantation. "The tourists will re
turn In tho W. Q. Hall on, Sunday.
lly the will of tho lata Jacob S. Rog
ers the Metropolitan Museum of Art
In New York receives an endowment of
over $5,000,000. '
HAWAII A STATE
Delegate Wilcox Declares
His Views in Plain
IE WILL PRESENT IT .
AT THE NEXT SESSION
Also Working For tha Cable Re
views Feeling Against Governor
BXi Dole-Will Start Early to
Washington, June 29. Delegate Wil
cox of Hawaii Indignantly repudiates
the suggestion that Hawaii be made a
Congressional district of tho State of
California. Mr. Wlliox says Hawaii Is
going to be a State before long, nnd
expresses his views oa follows.
'You can say for me that when Con
gress meets, )u December the ftr.it bill
I shall Introduce will be one to ndtr.it
Hawaii to Statehood. OI coureo I .vnl
lie that such a measure will meet with
opposition on the ground that we have
but recently been Incorporated as a
Territory and should to It. De that as
11 may, 1 will Introduce the bill, be
cause 1 know that the sooner we start
to work In such matters the sooner our
efforts will meet with regard.
"Some day Hawaii will be n State,
and It will not be many years. What
we want right now Is ,t cablo between
San Francisco and Honolulu. I have a
bill already piepared which I will in
troduce when Congress meets, to an
thoilzc the lalng of n cable between
the Islands and California. 1 do not
care whether the cable be laid by a cor
poration or by the Government. I am
told there are numerous business men
who are eager for thu necessary au
thority to lay such a cable from San
Francisco to Honolulu nnd thence to
the Philippines. I am satisfied the next
Congress will enact the necessary legis
lation. When the cnble Is constructed
there will be u fresh Impetus added to
the romrm-rclal relations between the
United States and Hawaii."
Delegate Wilcox say there Is much
feeling against Governor Dole, who
sems unable to get along with the
people. The Legislature, he said, re
fused to pass a bill recommended by
tho Governor to authorize a loan of 5,.
000,000, nnd because of that recusal
Governor Dole would not sign tl-i
"The county law bill," said Delegate
Wilcox, "authorized counties to elect
their olllci'i'H, which would take Just
so much patronage out of the hands of
the Governor. The bill was not passed
until near the close of tho regular ses
sion of the Legislature, nnd hence .It
received what Is called n The United
States the pocket veto."
HAYWOOD PRESENTS THE
PLAN TO THE PRESIDENT
To Fill Gap in Hawaii-Depleted
Labor Market-No Action Yet
Taken on the
Washington, July 3. William lUy- Thefe have been warm days In tho
wood, who rcpicscnted ccrtuln busluc&a . Legislature but today's session of tho
and commercial Interests of Hawaii lu conference committee capped the dl
Washington, has requested the Govern- anax and, had Senator Crabbe bad his
ment to grant permission fur tho land- thermometer In the Senate chamber.
Ing u shipload of Filipinos lu Hawaii , he would certainly have seen the mer
lor labor purposes. Ho went before th cury bubbling through a hole lu tho
War Department with his prposltlon, top of the tube,
then before the Treasury Department, The" fun' began with a bombardment
und today he saw the President. of questions- shot at O, F. Dillingham
Hefore the decision of the Supr?ru who, by a vote of tho committee, was
Court ns to tho status of Porto Ftko, given permission to make an address
several shiploads of Porto Itlcans were. I on the O. II. & L. Co. subsidy and It
taken to Hawaii. Haywood says they ended with n quadrille of members
tire doing well, but nut a sufficient I dancing about on the floor calling each
number can be bad, and their physical 'other names and getting red In the
condition Is such that ll takes a long
time to buld them up for plantation
work nfter their arrival In Hawaii.
Meanwhile, the sugar plantations art
suffering for labor.
Under the old government In Hawaii
the Japanese Government permitted
thousands of laboiers to go to Hawaii
tinder contract to work on the planta
tions. After the Immigration laws of
the United States were extended to
Hawaii, putting a etop to contract la
bor, Japanese laborers were debarred.
Chinese, who are the best of all plan
tation laborers, are not admitted since
nnnexatlon of the Islands tu the United
Stutes. The Hawaiian planters bellcVH
that tho Filipinos would fill the needs.
No action has yet been taken on Hay.
At the noon hour today Judge Clear
granted a dlvorco to Annie Kamakelo
from her husband on thn ground of
cruel und Inhuman treatment.
' A fr PACE
Race With Columbia and
the Independence Well
NEW DEFENDER SHOWS
GOOD SPEED QUALITIES
Lawson's Boat Trailing Along Behind
Light Winds and Thick
Ilatcmnn's Point. H. I., July (if The
yachts Constitution, Columbia nnd In
dependence started In n thirty-mile
race today. The wind was about eight
knots. The Constitution crossed tho
stnrtlng line at 12:10:02, the Columbia
at 121 10:05, ami tho Independence at
12:10:15. The last named Is handi
capped 15 seconds. At first the Hcrrc-
shod boats left tho Uoston craft near
ly a quarter of a mile. Tho Columbia
passed tho Constitution nil then tho
Independence pulled up on the two
others until she seemed on nearly even
terms. Tbe Constitution regained the
lend. Then the Independence tacked
and crossed the wake of the others
going to sea wind-hunting.
Later nt 1:09 the Independence tack
ed to starboard and started after the
HcrreshofT boats. At 'hat time she wns
over two and a half miles astern of tho
Constitution, vhlch led the Columbia
by half a, mile.
Tho weather wns very thick and
there was dllUuilty In making out the
position of the yachts.
On Hoard the Yacht Wanda, vis
Dateman's Point, II. 1., July 6. At tho
end of nn hour and fifteen minutes of
sailing the Constitution Is leading tho
Columbia by about three minutes and
bo.th boats nr- fully a mllo and a halt
abend of the Independence. Tho wind
Is still very light, nnd a little south of
east. All three boats ore on the port
tack, with the Independence far to
Dr. Grossman the dentist is a nore
citizen over events that happened at
WnlKIKI last evening. He drove out
with a smart pair. Hu hitched oppo
site the Mnnnn hotel. He was Inside
that agreeable hostelry when two
tram cars camo bowling along. The
first one evaded the' horse and buggy
wlthout much difficulty, but tho sec
ond stuck to tho track nnd hutted,
head end Into Grossman's horse and
buggy. Tho wreck was complete.
The top of the buggy alone survived.
Tho hnrbo escaped with Its llfo and
the tram car stuck to thu track.
SETTLED MATTER TODAY
0. R. & L. Subsidy Goes Through
Slightly Curtailed-Current Ex
pense Bill Adopted as Amend
ed by Committee.
face nil on account of tho military.
It was a, scene at which fair ladles
would have fainted anc from which
small boys would have run, screaming.
"Fight! Fight!" Membeir of the House
not on the commtltco, becamo so ex
cited in their scats In U e buck of the
oom they began to take part in the
discussion. This did net continue long
for tlfcy weto vigorously "called down"
by the chair,
When the confeience commltteo met
TEL. BLUE G2I'
this forenoon, Chalrmn llatdwln stat
ed that Mr. Dillingham wished to ad
dress the "committee. A vote was-tak-en
nnd he was allowed to do so. Mi.
Dillingham began with his Identifica
tion with tlic business people of the
Islands and then of his part In the pro.
motion of tbe O. It. & L. Co., stating
among other things, that It was
through the medium uf the Hawaiian
(topic that the railroad was successful
in obtaining the subsidy. In conclud
ing his remarks, Mr. Dillingham said
that he was not speaking for himself.
He wns simply asking for Justice, An
agreement had been made between thu
government and the O. R. & L. Co. The
latter had completed Its part of tho
contract while tho former had only
done so tu part.
"It is a dirty bird that fouls Its own
nest," said Mr. Dillingham and then
the speaker proceeded to state that the.
Territory would be committing finan
cial suicide by refusing to pay the mon
ey duo the company. To repudlnto the
debt would result mo disastrously.
Mr. Dillingham was asked all man
ner of questions by Messrs. Emmeluth,
Monsarrat and Ueckley. After the
questions had lien completed and Mr.
Dillingham haJ left. Mr. C. Drown
arose and made the statement that If
the legislature repudiated tho debt of
the government and n loan bill ahould
bo forthcoming, not a dollar would be
loaned by the banks here. Mr. Brown
s.-.ld he spoke for himself as well as
another of the principal bankers of th'
city. Mr. C. llrown then made an amend
ment to the Item of t')0.300, changing
the sum tu $53,200, and Hits carried by
a vote of 10 to 4 with the following
amendment by Mr. Monsarrat added:
No Interest fo be clnrgcd by the O.
K. & L. Co. If the government cannot
pay the subsidy within the period.
(Continued on page 4.)
ROAD TO PRIVATE FUNDS
FULL OF VEXING PITS
Wray Taylor Promised Bank Sixty
Days Notice and now the
Chinese Dragon Shows
The transfer of the Chinese lmmlgra
Hon Trust fund of $231,000 from the
First National Hank to the Territorial
Treasury has not turned out to be so
sltnplo a trick ns It was at first evi
dently considered by the Acting Gov
ernor nnd his Attorney General. Ac
cording to the plans of this duet, the
money should have been in tho hands
of Treasurer Wright before this date.
Tho unexpected hitch first to turn up
was the agreement of ex-secretary ot
the Bureau of Immigration Wray Tay
lor and the First National Dank, that
sixty days notice should be given that
Institution hefore withdrawals ot
Bums over $25,000 were made. Wray
Taylor thought this understanding
was nothing more than n business
proposition, fair to (he custodians of
such a largo amount of funds.
When the Acting Governor made a
demand fur the cash, thn bank officials
sprung the Blxty day notice clause
Tho Acting Governor could not do
otherwise than submit to the sixty days
Now the Chinese Consul steps In, and
In the cxerclr.o ot his prerogative as the
guardian of the Interests of his people,
souniU a note of protest which has n
ring about It of further delay.
t - -
Berlin, July C Prince von Hohcn
lobe, formerly German Imperial Chan
cellor, died at Kagatz, Switzerland, last
Prince von Hohcnlohe's death vrai
generally unexpected here, as be left
Berlin several weeks ago apparently in
good health, although his Increasing
weakness was evident. The Prince ar
rived at Itagatz cxtrsmely exhausted.
His death Is attributed to the weakness
of old age.
Tho follow Ing, wireles3 telegram was
received from Hllo last evening: F11JI
harn, Japanese murdered escaped Wed
nesday night at 2 o'clock. Jailor,
guard and luna discharged. Means of
Bcnpo unknown. No traco can bo
Tho Jailor at tho South Hllo Jail was
Cbas. Moore, the lun.t, John Moore
and there wcro two guards, P, Kumalae
and Walhoolana, which of the latter
has lost his Job as a result of tho escape
is not known.
8HNATOI. KYLII'K KUCCI.88OR.
Omaha, July 0. Hon. A. II. Klttpdgo
a prominent attorney and ex-llcpubl.
can National Committeeman from
South Dakota, will ho pppolntcd to fill
tho vacancy caused by tho death a few
days ago of United States Senator Jas
Thn Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
MclNERNEY BROS. SEEK TO
RECOVER ON FIRE LOSSES
Merchandise Destroyed and .Dam
aged to the Amount of 1100
Alleged in Petition
Libel In chambers In admiralty has
been filed against the bark C. D. HrJ"
aut, by K. A. Mclnerny, J. D. Mcln
crny nnd W. II, Mclnerny for goods not
dellvercd.v Tho libel Is directed to
Morris M. Kstee and Is to be a test
case In behalf of tho merchants having
freight on the vessel which was burn
ed at the dock last Sunday morning.
The llhellnnts seek to recover on twenty-six
packages of merchandise.
The petitioners allege that the mer
chandise has not yet been dcllveted,
but owing to the careless, negligent nnd
Improper care and custody of said mer
chandise and said ship and the want
of care on the part of Colly, the master,
his officers and crew, nnd persons em
ployed by him' or them, the merchan
dise wns consumed by fire and ruined
by the throwing of water thereon,
becoming a total loss, resulting In
damage to llbellants In the sum ot
It is alleged that the vessel Is about
to leave this port and the. Jurisdiction
of tho court and that the master re
fuses to pay tbe damage claimed.
Wherefore llbellants piny that process
In due form Issue out of tbe court of
Hutch & Sllllman are proctors for
In Judge Kstcc's court this morning.
Chang Tal Man, a Chinese was adjudi
cated a bankrupt.
Shanghai, June 30. Marquis Tseng
has received a dispatch from Slngan
fu to the effect that the Kmpress Dow
nger, fearing a trap to capture her, do
cllncs to return to Peking, and has no
tified the Grand Council that the future
capital will be Kal-Fcng-Fu, In thu
province of Honnn.
Prince Chunn In expected to arrive
here on July 18th nnd to sail on board
tho North German Lloyd steamer Da
yor for Bremen on July 20th.
PALI GALE YESTERDAY.
James Tuthlll, who hired a borso and
buggy nt the Stock Yards Stables cs
terday to go over the Poll, came back
last evening with a frightened horse
nnd broken harness. The buggy was
left at tho bottom of the Pall.
The wind blew with such force that
the buggy was wrenched from the
horse while tho driver was holding him
by the bridle. A cloud of sand nnd
pebbles filled the air making presence
on the mountain road painful nlmost
bejond endurance. There were several
others who tried to pass the clefts ot
the Pall yesterday, but returned to the
city glad to get back with full crops
of beard on their faces and whole coats
on their backs.
A SPECIAL TRIP.
The O. S. S. Sierra arrived unexpect
edly from San Francisco this morning
with a good many passengers some
freight and 200 bags of mall.
Tbe big steamer was sent heie to
lake the place of the Zenlandla. Sun
will return from here to San Francisco
fcavlng there on August 1st for lloucj.
lulu and the Colonies.
J. O. Woolley, the celebrated tem
perance lecturer and wife came lu the
Sierra this morning. He was met at
tho steamer by Hov. G. L. Pearson and
E'crctury Brown of the Y. M. C. A.
The only other
SHOE as good as
easy and as up-to-date
is : : : ;
Store Open till 5:30
Invited : : : : :
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