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Yol. VI. No. 1179.
HONOLULU, H. I.; MONDAY, MAHOH 27, 1899.
Puioh 5 Cents.
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PAUOA SCnOOL CONCERT.
Mies L. Abeong is to bo con
Critalated on the success floored
by her nnd her pupils nt the con
cert given for the benefit of the
Fauoa church end school organ at
FoBtor Hull, Saturday evening.
The placo was crowded to tho
doors and tho audience was well
pleased and frequently showed
thoir appreciation by applauding
the little tots in thoir witty
speeches and merry songs, lhe
Waiahole Guitar and Mandolin
Clubcnmo.in for a good deal of
applauso and hn to submit to
Tho "Nows-boys Song," in
which twelvn littlo boys appeared
each with a bundle of local papers
nndor thoir arms, brought down
tho houso. It wns comical to sue
tho youngsters singing these
nlaintivo cills, 'Bulletin, sirl"
"Advortieor. sirl" 'Star, sirl" bo
tweeo thoir singing and whistling.
Chas. King's solo with chorus. by
tho children was well rendered.
An encore was given.
A temporary stage was put up
in the front part of tho hall with
four tiore for tho children num
bering about CG. Two Hawaiian
flags with an American in the
middle gracefully draped tho front
of the stago in the form of a drop
curtain, tho work of J. A.
Aheonc. who planned and execut
ed tho fixing of the wholo stage.
Tho Borgstrom Music Co., Ltd.,
furnitthed ono of their sweet toned
Kroeuer niano for tho occasion
Mrs. Jnmos L. Holt delighted the
audience with a couplo of seleo
Hon on this fine instrument.
UimUer Medicine Show.
About 50D0 peoplo witnessed the
good performance of tho Quaker
medicine show Saturday eveuing.
Tho future of tho entertainment
-was the Kiuir of tho slack wire,
Harry Pollworth, who is without
a doubt, the greatest wiro walker
nnd juugler that avar appeared
In Honolulu. Medicine were sold
by tho hundreds. Everything
was a success. Ghango of pro
gram this evening.
Hawaiian: 8anford Sachs, H
H Claik, Ohas P Grim wood, W M
Bunker and wife, and A E Kao-
ser, San Francisco; E B Roynolds
and F 8 Fish and who, ooutn
Bend, Ind;L Lamb, Clinton, In;
Mrs L G Whito and Miss White,
Worcester, Mass; H B Gehr,
Ohiogo; Jandon Brown, Cleve
land, O; Leon L Haubtmon, New
Orleans, La; Mr and Mrs AC
CaB8, Miss Cairie Cass, Miss
Marnuerito Cass, Denver, Colo;
H H Tomkins and wife. Colo;
S S Saxlon, U S V; B J Thomp
son, U S A; H D Rivers, Manila;
0 B Gould, Aurora, N Y; A H
Goodiu, Now York, N Y; H
Schueslor, Maui; Mrs H Grovo
and MUs Robins, England; A V
Booker, Hilo; O Uuua, Kipihulu;
0 B Wells and wife, Wailukn,
Maui; J Watt nnd wife, Honokaa;
A Galbraitb, Hilo; J Manchestu
Haynes and H M Haynes,
Augusta, Me. .
Bill Hammond has been arrest
ed at Holguin, Cubs, for various
rascalities For a while the con
fusion of authority in the island
allowed bim scope. Ho will bo
remembered as the "reverend"
and real estate adventaror who got
out of Honolulu, a few years ago,
whon his criminal record elso
where' was expoeod. There is
hardly a felony in tne codo Mat
be is not believed to havo commit
ted at ono time or another in dif
foront parts of the word.
0,em Dowagtr KaplolBnl,
At 1:30 o'clock yo sterday after
noon, the Queen Dowager Kapio
lani sufforod from asligh stroke of
apoplexy, hor old trouble.
Although tho Queen is not in a
dangerous coodition, no visitors
are allowed ana sun is ooiur io
very carofully watched. Drs.
Herbert and Humphiis are in nt-loudaute.
SILK WORMS ON MAUI
Deputy Sheriff Scott is'Maktng Extensi? e
March 17th Was Appropriately Celebrated
Visitors Io Walluku - Success of tho
Public Reading Room.
DECISION BY JUDGE PERRY
Large Estate Coming to Two Children
ot Late J. R. Renton.
They are Attending School Id California
Cases on Today In Snpreme and
Wailuku, Maui, March 25.
J. F. Brown, Aeont of Govern
ment Lands, accompanied by his
daughter, wore among the visitors
at Wailuku, and Paia this week
Lit week thoy drovo over from
Lahaina, and on Monday morn
ing they broakfaitod with Judge
and Mrs. Kalua. During tho
forenoon Miss Brown was taken
by Miss Kalua to Iao valley
whoro the visitor made observa
tions and compared tho boamies
of Iao to pioturosquo Moaula
Falls of hor native Molokai. On
Tuesday Mr. Brown accompanied
by Messrs. Juo. Richardson and
Samuel Keiiinoi inspected some
Government lands at Waiheo.
That eveuing Mr. Brown and
Mies Brown embarked on tho
Kiuau for Hilo.
Agrnd ball will be given at
the renidence of Judge Kabaulo
lio at Lahaina early next month
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ahl
born, mauaeerof Pioneor planta
tion compauy, who aro going to
JAPANESE ATTACK CHINESE
Serions Trouble at Kanaka Planta
tion Sunday Afternoon.
Three Mongolians Clubbed lo Death -Bodies
Frightfully Mutilated -Honolulu Police
Summoned-All Is Quiet Today.
Lodco le Progrea, do 1' Oceauio,
No. 124; A. & A. 8. Rite, meot
this ovening io Masonic tomple.
Staple and Fancy,
Everything useful and orna
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
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WAYERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL. STREET
an extended tour to Ger
many, and may bo away about
Thero was a danco at tbehomo
of Mr. and Mrs A. Haneberg,
manager ot u.owalu plantation
last Saturday eveuing in honor of
St. Patrick's Day. Tho same
evening thero was also dance at
Spreekelsvillo given by Mr. and
Mrs W. J. Lowrio also in honor
of Kamehameha III. aud St.
Patrick's Day combined. Hwoi-
ian flags and green weie tho pro
minent decoration ot too ball
room. About forty couples were
Sheriff L. M. Baldwin took tho
Lohua at Lahaiua last Thursday
evening for a tour of inspection on
tho Island of Molokai. This is
tho Sheriff's first visit on Molo
kai sinco his inauguration as
chief of tho Maui polico, and no
doubt his official visit will be
cladly welcomed by his subordi
nates over tuoro.
Marshal Brown is expected on
Maui noxt week.
Deputy Sheriff W. G. Soott of
Maui is one of the busiest men on
Maui now. He is at present in
tensely interested in silk culturo
and has given up ono of his bod
rooms for us as an experimental
station whero ho has abont ono
thousand 'silk worms busily at
work making their tiny co
cooub. Tho worms are placed
in paper shells aud utter
a certain period cocoons of
either white,) ullow or green color
are formed in these shells. It is
voryintorosting to viow the worms
at work. Mr. Scott is always on
hand to show visitors of this tro
nical land who have never befnro
soon these industrious worms nt
work making raw materials for
ball drosses or welding gowns for
Maui belles. Afior going through
tho drying process, Air. Scott will
sond some of tho silk worms for
exhibition in Honolulu. Tho
most difficult part of Mr. Scott's
labors now is tin gathering in of
the mulberry leaves as food for tho
worms, for tbero aro only a few
treoB in Wailuku. F. W. Hardy
of Makawao and D. D. Baldwin of
Hamakuapoko aro also oxperi
montina with silk worms, and the
trio will soon make thoir report
to tbo Commissioner of Agricul
ture as to the method of raising
silk wormB on Maui. Some of the
cocoons will bo sent to tbo Coast
for a more complete examination
by experts. And from their re
port it will bo decided whothor
or not silk worm culture will bo a
profitable industry on tbeso fair
Of courso these Bilk worm ex
perimenters look forward for a
Judgo Perry has rondered tho
following decision on demurrer
in S. Ahmi vs. Jamos Ashford
aud A. V. Marcial:
"Upon the alienations contained
in tbo bill of complaint, I am of
tbo opinion that complainant has
a complete and ndequato remedy
at law against tho respondent A.
V. Marcnil, by an action of eject
menl, if said respondent is in
possession of tbo property re
ferral to in tho bill, or by a
statutory action to quiet titlo, if
said respondent is not in posses
sion. "Respondent Ashford has not
appotred and is in defanlt.
"Tho demurrer of A. V. Mar
cial is sustained, and tho bill
against him is dismissed. "
Eaneakua & Johnson for com
plainant; 0. Brown for respond
F. L. Dortch vs. A. V. Gear is
on trial beforo Judge Stanley.
Kinney, Ballon & McGlanahan
for plaintiff; Geo. D. Gear for do
Tho Supremo Court is hearing
tho action on boud of Kahului
Railroad Co. vs. Hawaiian Com
mercial and Sugir Co. Circuit
Judge Perry is sitting with Jus
tices Frear and Whiting, in pIhco
of Ohiof Justice Judd, difquali
tied. Eiunev, Btllou & McOlaua
ban for plaintiff; A. S. Harlwell
Juduo Gardner K. "Wilder, of
Hilo, has ordered tho apDointment
of George F. Renton as nd
rainistrator of the estato of hi-
late brother, Jamos Robert
Renton, of Hsmakua, intestate,
nndor SlOU.OOO bond. Tho valuo
of tho estato is givon as $!)7,()00,
consisting as follows: Shares
Uamakua Mill Co., par valno.
$50,000; Union Mill Co., par value,
$LU,U(HJ; fito insurance poicies,
$15,000; notes and other securi
ties, $10,00.); real estate in San
Froncisoo,, $10,000. Tho only
heirs ure two children, Arthur
Herbert Fullertnn, need 17 years,
and Maudo Gertrude, ngod Id
years, both at eohool in San
EXPLOSION IN HALEMAUMAU
Tho Maunalei Sugar Go's stock
was lirttoii on the Stock Exchange
this morning. It is capitalized nt
$1,000,000. Ono hundred thous
and dollars worth of stock is pain
np, 9,000 fchares of par value of
$100 is ten per cent paid. A bid
of 617 for assessable was mado
with no offer.
CnptMn Philip Uylntf.
Captain Philip of the Invor
mark is dying. Thero has boon
uo roturn to conHoinusnes for
ovor twonty-four lnurs. Although
tho patient may live through the
day, the chances aro very slight
that he will Ust any longer.
O. B. Wells. T. H. Gibson, Rev.
S. Hapa'and O. Uuna arrived in
from Maui Sunday.
Thero was troublo between the
Chinese and Japanese laborers at
Kabuku plantation Sunday. A
messago camo over tbo telephono
nt about 'A p. m. saying tliero was
a big fight on. No further in
formation was obtained nt tin
time but Deputy Marshall Chit
lingworth and Special Officers
Fnneuf and Tom a took horses and
wont ovoi tho Pali to Kaneohe.
Shortly aftor 8 o'olock, Marshal
Brown receivod a mossago from
Mxnager ( Weight, requesting
polico aid immediately. Chilling
worth was ordered on to
Kabuku and at a fow minutes
after 9, a special train was on
its way to Kabuku with Marshal
Brown, A. L O. Atkinson, nn at
taoho of tho Japinoao legation,
ten mounted patrolmen, in com
mand of Captain Spillnor, and ten
foot police, in charge of Captain
Holi. Tho offioors, armed to tho
toeth and ready for any emergen
cy, went out of tho station staging
and shouting. Tho party roaohed
Kabuku nt 12:30 o'clook.
It was found that tho whole
trouble bad grown out of a fight
between a Japanese and a China
man, in which the former wns
whipped. At tho time mentioned,
the Japanese, abiut 250 strong,
made a rush on one of the Chin
ueo ctraps and, with clubs aud
olh r weapons, attacked ttie ocou-
I pauts,who woro wholly unprepared
inree uuinainen wern ciunoo'i
to death and tboir hmlio fright
fully mutilated befoio Manager
Weight and tho luuas could drive
tho infuriated Jnpnneso back to
tboir quarters. Tho Chiueso
swore vengeance and, it was on no
count of tbo fear that a bloody
strifo might rosult, that the police
were summoned from Honolulu.
Bo.-ides Marshal Brown, Deputy
Marshal Chillingworth and the
Honolulu police, nearly all the
Kaueoho and Waialua men were
called to Kabuku.
TTnon tho arrival of Marshal
Brown, both Japanese nnd Chi-1
nPBO were disarmed and tun inu
orors quarters guarded by the po
lios. There has bodu moro tiou
bio. Everything is qniot today,
but there 1b fear, shouiii
the polico leave now, thero
might bo another fight, as the
Chinese are thirstiug for blood
since three of their men havo
boou killed and another is dying.
A special train left Kabuku
plautatiou nt 1 o'clock, bringing
a part of tho police and 23 Japa
nese who were concorned in the
trouble. A posso, composed prin
cipally of otlicors from Kaueohe
aud Waialua, will bo loft to in
suro nniot. Thoro may trouble
ovoo when the last police otlicors
Maniger Wnklron of the Vol
cano Houso wrote to E, C. Mao
farlano, by tho Kiuau, saying,
that just as tho stago was lenving
on Friday, n column of smnkoshot
up from flalemnnmau lako, in tho
orator of Kilauea. It roso to a
height of a thoiinnud ft or,
black and denno, Mr. Waldron
was Bonding a man iuto tho crutor
to investigate the signs of activity,
aud if bo found fire the uewa
would be telephoned to Purser
Beokley. Ap no news reached tho
steamer it is inforred that the lava
h'iduot shown up, yet the prob
ability that very soon there will
bo a violent oruptiou. A party of
tourists nro goiug up tomorrow in
the Kiuau, who may have tho
good fortuno to 600 tho initial
Continued on Pago 0.
Made from most highly re
fined grape cream of tartar.
Makes pure, delicious,
IIra. Nolle'. FDnrrml.
Many friends of tho afflicted
family attended tho funeral ser
vices of the lato Mrs. H. J. N'dto
at Kawaiahao church on Saturday
afternoon. Thero was a very
uroat variety of flowers, wreaths
and loin. Those covered tho wholo
front of tho oboir loft as well as
tbo coffin. Rev. H. H. Parker
conducted the services, tho Scrio-
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tare selections beginning with the
23d Psalm. Tbo Kawaiahao Sem
inary girls sang tho hymns, "Jesus
Lover of My Soul," aud, "Neaior
My God to Thoe," Wray Taylor,
organist of St. Andrew's cathe
dral, playing tho organ. There
was a long lino of carriages in the
procession to Nuunuu comotery.
Tho pall bearem were: Cecil
Brown. Chas. Wall, Julins Asch,
E. 8. Cuoha, TIiob. Bollinger,
William Wnpner, T. S. Douglas,
Herman Kruger and Huraro N.
Crnbbo. H. H Williams, under
taker, was in cbargo of the funoral.
Kaamoto, a Japaueso oraployo
at tbo Fortilizor Works in Kalihl,
waB killed by a fall this morning.
Ho was nt work in tho belting
anu una unisned too work on
threo pulleys. Although it is not
knowu just how tho ncjident hap
pened, it is snppoeod that, whilo
Kaamoto was at work on tho
fourth pulloy, he was caught in
tho belting and prilled up toward
tho largo pulley ou tho noxt floor
abovo, for his right arm was com
pletely wrenched off and thero
was an injury ontho sido tint
would indicato striking with groat
foica ngniuBt some to1 id body.
Kaamoto did not live long after
falling to tho floor. He waa
ptek-u up and carried out. Dr.
Minor arrived but found i impos
eibb to do anything for tho mnn.
Deputy Marshal llituhcnok ap
peared on tho sceuo and, after
viewing tho body, duuided tint no
inquoot was necessary. Tho
fuueinl will tako phino this after
Th Prnj rctnl Hunk.
Geo. W Maorarlnno sailed for
San Frauciaco io the Nippon Mara
yontorday. Ho told a Bulletin
roportor that ho b id received ad
vice's confirming tho press reports,
as to tho intention of the Selig.
mans of new York and tho Anglo
California Bank to Btnitabink
hero, forthwith, under tho laws of
of Hawaii. It would bo chartered
as a national bank whenover Unit
ed StaU'B laws worn extended to
tho islands. In the meantime,
acoording to arrangements already
mado, tho new bauk would be tho
depository of United States Gov
ernment funds, Mr. Maofarlano
bad uothing further to communi
cate, being nuS""1' no m posses
sion of details. Ho will refcfB fo
Honolulu as soon as possible.
Tlio Olna DmI.
L. A. Thurston, A. W. Carter
and Dr. Nichols did not tarr. at
Hilo but went straight to Ohm.
I' hoy had several offers of moro
land thrown nt them when they
lauded. It is learned that thero
is engerneBS at Hilo for the open
ing up of moro government land,
in hopo that it may bo quickly re
sold at n profit to tho railway and
A Tribune blcyolo number 36,
543 haB boon lost. If returuod to
Bulletin offico a suitable reward
A PUnt GRAPE CRCAM OP TARTAN POWOIR
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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