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Vol. II. No. 47.
THE EVENING bulletin.
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A TBREIBLB CASE OF
Mrs. K. IVnlt, of l'ort Itoatl, West
Hindmnrsli, So. Australia, writes of
the sail condition of lior little daugh
ter, wlioso portrait she also sends I
'Mv daughter wis afflicted with
ftcema 4 tin- most siKKKivntutl
xyv. 'i'li iliNosiM- llrst appi'iirpil in
t!ii:jit!oii mi her lip.'ul, tlien her linir
Iwftui ti f.ill out, nml in snito of
tho bust medical lulvlcc and treal
mi'iit sli" jrrow sloadilv worse. Tho
sores weio full of matter and were
extremely offensive. Her eyes be
came affected, and fiho was, in truth,
in a terrible state. My neighbors
were verv .ijmjulh'tin nnu t'v1'
great i'itra in thv cuae. llij
porsuaded mo to trv Aver's Sarsa
narilla, and I am most thankful to
bo able to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
flaujjhter's health. Hho has now as
good a head of hair as anyone could
wish, her oyes are perfectly well,
and sho is a fine girl of eight years
with every prospect of growing up
to be a strong and healthy woman.'1
Gold Medah at the World' Chlel Cxptnitlom.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tho ltepuhlio of Hawaii.
Auction Sulc by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE QE
3oai9 PUt I o4o
C3 3C sty cv.o
Ly onler of John F Colbuni, Ehn., As
f'atieoof llin ehtiiie of II. K. l'oor, on,,, a
l!jiiniiil, I mil Mil ut l'ublii Auction,
TO-MORROW, Dec. 19th,
AT 12 O'CL'.CK NOON,
At wy KulcBroom, Qucon titvect.
Lot 4, Block 1, at Pear!
Lot D, Block 15, at Pearl
CyLot No. 4 U adjacent to tlio Depot id
1'eutl City tmil is ii v .Innblo Lot.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
433 Ct ' An-tiuiicor.
Situated on a Ueuiitlfnl lid'Kide Overlook.
lug the Orcnti, and 1.100 fcU
uIilvo Hta Level.
Only "I lien ' r 1 1 i from Honolulu,
OlimMo mild, c (mi lry nlmo)iii()io, fino
fioiu fogs nul ninliiriii, rsiifininl pioiFinu
for quiet an! Jt um wtlltihfer miiiihe-
xuont nnd ont toor life, iiates ?2 per day
or 810 per uoei: Moi'iujI nttuud neu extui,
Dlt. II. ..LINDWY, I'rop.,
823 tf Ktmn, Hawaii.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
A Quiet, Hum?lil;rt Place, whno Trained
NuniOtt, tfoR-, "3ef'iHh Movuiiient,"
Jlntlw, r,lcct.ielly and l'hjuicnl Tniiiiing
may lw oi'iHtiKft.
I' y, KELLOOO, 31 D ,
Telephone i30 buiifc.iuteudeot.
JTiiS OAHU SUGAR COMPANY
KIHi'en llunilrrd Acrci of Cuite to Ilo
t'luntr-l i:rri Tear La rice
Mr. Dillingham issued a pro8
peotuB of tho Ouhu Sugar Com
pany in Decombor, 1894. It was
ou a biwis bf a capital of two mil
lion dollars. An amended pros-np'tn-
has just been iesuod, re-
li in.' iho capital to $1,800,000.
However, it iB tho intention of
tliowp tyho havo guarantoed tho
Bueppppful floating of tho stock to
carry out tho original plan in n
general way, looking to tho final
accomplishment of results equully
favorable to investors. The pro
moter explains thus: "More
favorable terms havo boon made
with those owning and controlling
the lauds, resulting in a saving to
tho company of 90,000, which
forms a part of tho reduction of
tho origiuul capitalization. The
aciiial reduction, thorefoie, of tho
working capital, aR originally
proposed, is only 8110,000." The
inn to rial difference between tho
old and tho new prosppctuses ib
that, instead of planting 2000
acres of cane each year after 1S(.7,
tho company will plant but ldOu
acres a year.
Of tho 10,000 acres of arablo
land to bo taken over by tho com
pany, lying below G'oO feet olova
ti.ni above sea level, thero are
ni C000 acres below C10 feet.
This area will admit of planting
on an avorage 1500 acres each
year, and of turning off a crop of
3000 ncres of plant cano aud long
ratoons overy year beginning with
1901. It is intended if possible
to plant 1500 acres in 1897.
Whilo thoy still hold to the expec
tation of planting 2000 acres or
more a year in tho future, yet, for
the sake of a delinito plan on a
nioro conservativo basis, their ca
timates aro mado on 1500 acres for,
say, Bix years.
For tho first year the expense,
including cost of pumping plant,
buildings, implomontp, live stock
aud cultivation, will be S451,000.
Tho second year's operations will
require railway equipmout, arte
siaii wells, sugar mill costing
$250,000 with capacity of 124 tons
in 24 hours, additional pumpiug
plant costing 8315,000, aud culti
vating aud irrigating tho two
years' plantings, making an ex
pense of 8819,000, which ndded to
the lirst year's amounts to $1,300,
000. The third year has no
chargo for plaut. Its woiking es
pouses am $339,000, biingiugthe
total caBh expenditure to October
1, 1899, up to $1,039,000. To this
odd purchase of small land und
water holdingn aud pump
ing plant and thoio is a
total outlay of 82,014,000. A
ct op of 10,500 tons at 850 u ton id
estimated for 1899, giving a return
of 525,000, Ipso rout payable of
815,750, which loaves not $509,
250. To this add capital stock,
$1,800,000, and you havo $2,309,
250. Adding to Iho.total outlay
above given a dividend of $180,
000 and a cash balance of $85,250
and tho account is balanced.
For tho fourth ear tho oxponso
amounts to $102,000, aud this iu
couie to 8595,000, leaving a seven
per c.mt. dividend, $12G,000, aud
$7000 cash. For tho fifth year
Ilio oxpeiibo is $050,000. Tho es
timated crop in 19,000 tons off
2800 acres, and tho dividend is
put at 15 por cent, or 8270,000,
leaving a reserve fund of $37,
000. Under fho foregoing plan there
would Blill remain 4000 acres of
land which up to 1902 would re
main untouched. It is beliovpd
that tho cultivation of a largo
area, so as to onablo tho company
to crop 4000 to 4500 acres annu
ally', would yield largor dividonds
than those estimated, upon Mich
incroano of capital as would be
noceBtaiy to piovido the theu
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1896.
nowly required machinery and
Tho workiug cash capital will
absorb $1,395,000 in 1897 aud
1898, Bay 35 por cent, tho first
year aud G5 tho second. On Do
combor 14 an agreement was con
cluded botweon tho land owners
and H. Hackfold & Co. to in
sure tho successful inaugura
tion of tho Otthu Sugar Com
pany. Tho amount Bqbscribcd
on that day by tho obntractitig
parties was 8905,000. Outside
applications for Btock the samo
day, with amounts known as
forthcoming, exceeded 8400,000,
making a total of $1,305,000. H.
Hackfold & Co. aro to bo the
agents of tho company by agree
ment for a term of twolve years.
Thoro was overy reason to expect
that the total amount of stock
would bo sold boforo the ton days'
limit had expired. Tho prospec
tus is dated the 15th of December.
In an interviow this morning,
Mr. 13. F. Dillingham further
explained tho formation of tho
company to a Bulletin represen
tative. For tho purposes of got
Hug the projeit started Irene
Brown and her husband, the Ro
binson heirs represented by Mark
Robinson, and tho raHroad com
pany by 13. F. Dillingham pnlod
their issues. "While tho gieatir
portion of the 20,000 acres of land
acquired by tho new corporation
is leased to the railroad company
aud is far in excess of that owned
by the Brown and Robinson heirs
Jngother, s'ill it v.'iis throwu into
tho pool at t'jp mime vnlnaliou,
tho railroad j . ii'.i considering
that their profit; from fnigiita
would more thiiti offset the differ
ence. Tho Brown p.ud Robinson
iutnu -Is declined to give a paid
up l?.iso aud ta!:o stock therefor;
bunco an agreement has been
made by which they receive each
ono and a half per cent of the
sugar output of $50 por ton
as annual rental. Tho diroctors
of the railroad company fol
lowed tho udvico of Mr. Dilling
ham in tho matter, which was to
take paidup stock in an amount
sullicient to represent 5 por cent
interest. The estimated output
beiug 20,000 tons per annum and
tho company being entitled to 1
per cent thereon, the samo as tho
other landholders, the amount it
would have received in annual
rents would bo 815,000; instead of
this it takes 8300,000 in paidup
stock or au amount sufficient to give
5 por cent interest. Out of thia
stock the railroad company pays
nil tho expenses of promoting,
such as priutiug, advertising, etc.,
and tho personal expouses of the
promoters both hero and in Ger
many, so that tho now investor
gots the full worth of his niouey.
Tho corporation starts in with no
debt of any kind to hampor it.
"Another thing that may lie of
interest," said Mi. Dillingham,
"is tho fact that whatorerimprovo
tnonts aro made by tho company
such as mill buildings, pumping
plants, etc., which will finally
ropresont an outlay of
!! million dollars at least,
will bo put up on land owned
by tho corporation in fee simple.
This is the land owned and usod
by Mark Robinson as a Imnaua
plantation. It consists of a little,
vi.lloy, which forms the natural
outlet of tho surrounding water
shed, aud iH about 150 acres hi ex
tent. This is planto I in bananas
and for tho past fivo years Iiuh
yielded an annual income to Mr.
Robinson of 810,000. He wanted
8195,000 for this and that was cor
tainly little enough. It wuh put
iu at that figure in tho estimato
and prospectus taken to Germany
by Mr. Hackfold. However, since
tho Gorman deal failed, Mr. Ro
binson consented finally to accept
$150,000 for this property and tho
company has lu agi content to
thi't effect, 'liioro is already a
pumping plaut on tho phico woith
somo $15,000 aud available for in
staut uso. It will bo iuraluablo
to tho now company for raising
seed cano, etc., while wo aro get
ting tho main plantation started."
It is calculated that Londoners
pay an extra water rato of somo
70,000 or ilSO.OOO a year in ros
poet of tho arliolo which thoy buy ad
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
JUixiK CAitn:it iisrosr.N or
SUVLItAI. I'KOllATH JHTTHHS,
A'rn-Still IitMUiilril (or Ilia lfrlinmr.v
Term Altrrmatli or tlie tllllttiry
John F. Colbuni, assigueo of
H. F. Poor, has brought an action
of trovor against tho California
Feed Company, to recover a
number of paintings valued at
ono thousand dollars, tho proper
ty of the bankrupt.
John McGuiro by his attorneys,
Thurston & Stanley, has filed an
answer to Mary E. Foster's suit of
ejectment, giving notice of his in
tention to rely upon tho statute of
limitations, illegality, fraud, re
lease, payment, iufnncy aud cov
Kwong Ilin and Ohong Hin
have brought a bill in equity for
accounting ngaiust Wong Uhon,
Tong ilau anil Woug Yin, in con
nection with a flailing copartner
ship operating at lL-oni.
Judgo Carter has granted
license to Maknnui, guardian of
three certain minora), to sell real
CBtato for their bonefil.
Antono Rosa by his attorneys,
Thurston it Stanley, has brought
au assumpsit suit against John
O. Lane, ndininistiator of the
catnto of William O. Lane, do
ceased, for $500 as tho profesion
nl foe decodont had agreed and
promised to uay tho plaintiff for
defending his' son, the dofoiidant
in this case, beforo tho Military
Court Martial in Jauuury, 1895,
on a charge of treason.
Judgo Perry has approved the
accounts of J. O. Carter, adminis
trator of tho ostate of W. James
Smith, deceased, ordering his dis
charge upon filing final recoipts
for property remaining in his
Judgo Carter had a number of
probata matters beforo him this
morning. Uo appointed David
Dayton administrator of tho estate
of C. Hammer, deceasod, under
Account of H. P. Baldwin,
trusteo Blaisdoll estato, was re
feired to D. P. Kollott, master.
Magoon for trustee
J. A. Mngoon, trustee Banuing
estate, had his annual account ap
proved. Tho accounts of F. W. MeOhos
noy, administrator of M. do Silva
of Waiauae, were approved and
his discharge was ordored. Ma
goon for petitioner.
George Lucas was appointed
guardiau of David Nohaln, an iu
anno person, under $50 bond.
Account of A. G. Onnha Jr.,
exeoutor of tho will of A. G.
Cunhn, was approved.
Account of J. A. Magoon,
guardian of Kahui Kapukiui,
spendthrift, was approved.
Account of Christina Gilliland,
guardiau of Gilliland minors, was
rofoned to S. A. Thompson, mas
tor. Cioighton fc Correa for
Account of Father Sylvester,
guardian of Patrick Gleason, was
rofoned to Georgo Lucas, master.
W. O. Smith's accounts as
gmirdiuii, roBpcetivoly, of tho
ftiidgoiaud Pitlinu minors, were
approved. His account as guard
ian of the Rich minora was con
United for further hearing.
Iliiwulltiii Ilurduiirn I'oiii; my.
This firm lias an economical
streak on thia weak, which it is
desirous of oxtondiug to tho gou
Oral public. Consequently thoy
arj offeriug bargains in tho har
ness and saddlery lino which will
aatonish intending purchasers.
Thoy have Boraothing now in
movable dashboards for brakes,
as woll as haudsomo ohoap lamps
for tho same. If anything iu thoso
Hues aro needed a visit should be
inado to tho storn of the Hawai
ian Ilaidwaro Company, whore
lluy Wodohouse wilebubnlantiate
what is hero baid.
THE UNION OF Kl.Vm.IlU.VU n: '
rtciiooiM this rrinitNixo.
Nrnrly Three Hiimlrttil Children 1'ar- J
tlclpnto In Intorostliifr HxnmcUe !
t Hhm' 1 11111111 llnll. I
Tho grounds in the front of
Queen Emma hall presented au
animated appearance this morn
iag at 10:80, when uearly 300
childrou gathorcd together to join
in a Christmas celebration. Tho
function was a union of tho von
oub kindergarten schools on tho
final day of tho term and a dio
tributiou of gifts by moauB of a
All tho kindorgarten schools in
the city were represented, tho
children all bing dressed in
their national costumes and deck
oil nnf. with luiu ilniL-tivo tit. A
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typical Hawaiian Christmus tree
una Deensetup in the center "ftho
irouuds in front of tiio hall, mid
was beautiful v (Iffurateil with
leis. nanor ornaments, etc. . nil
made by tho children themselves.
Tho presents distributed worn not
to tho children but to their parents
and lelatives and consisted of
little mementoes of affection and
tributes of love mado by tho
children thi'insehes in tho schools
in expectation of Hid ay.
Tho exert ises commenced with
forming tho children in a
double circle about tho tree,
around wbieh they mmched
several times to tho musio of a
piano. Each kindergarten in
turn thou marched, skipped and
danced around tho tree, singing
an appropriate song. Tho Japa
nese school in their national
costume looked particularly attrac
tive and they sang a Christmas
song in Japanese in an axcellont
maunor. Tho gaudy costumes of
the littlo Chiuoso children also
attracted much attoution.
Tho exorcises camo to a close
by the distribution of gifts off tho
tree by the children to thoir pa
ronta aud friends, who wero pre
sent in largo numbers aud Beomed
to enjoy tho occasion as much as
the littlo ones themselves.
Tho following Bchools took part
in the colobratiou;
Foreign, titular Miss Alexander;
Chinese, Miss Snow and assis
tants; Japanese, Miss Kellogg
and assistants; Hawaiian, Miss
Morris aud assistants; Palatini,
Miss Buckey; l'ortuguose, Mrs.
Nearly all the directors of tho
Kindergarten Association and a
large number of friends of tho in
stitution wero present.
at nif. oim:iia itoitsi:.
Ncninil AlMidir.inco of lint .lIonini;ii)
There w not as ninny people
present at tho second perfor
mance givon by the Montague
Faust Company as the merits of
tho entertainment given warrant
ed. With tho ono exception of
tho Risloy Act thero was an entire
change of performance, none of
the numbers given on tho open
ing night having been repented.
Professor Montague gave au ehi
bition of conjuring and ventrilo
quism that was very good,
while tho Ftiusls were
applauded timo and again
for nearly overything thoy did.
Tomorrow there will bo a
matinee for tho children ut which
tho admission will bo 25 and 50
cents; aud in tho evoning thero
will bo another porformancn with
au entirely difforout program.
Tho eiitertainmont provided by
tho Montnguo Faust Company is
ono that is woll worth visiting,
Tho averago weight of an Eng
lishman is 150 pounds, of a
Frenchman 130, a lJolgiau ll(i.
Tho avorago height of an English
man is 5 ft. 9 iu., a Fronohmau 5
ft. 4 in., a lit Igian 5 ft. 0 in. The
average number of teeth is 31.
Piuok 5 Cents.
TV CLUB FEAST
!UNtUi.T IIi:i.I LAST MOill' AT
Mci'tlu (if C'l.ili !,(, ir. the It i
qnrl liiiollccliuil Duel niitl
Lis! ngit the lately organ izool
University Club of Hawaii had
its 'irot banquet, It was hell at
the Arlington Hotel and greatly
enjoyed by the members picsent.
Prior t the feast a business meot
itig wti hold i Wiu parlor. Ono
item transacted was a decision to
admit graduates of tho Massa
chusetts Institute of Technology
When tho doors to tho dining
room wero thrown open, au in
viting sceno was disclosed. Tho
room and the tables wet e profusely
decorated with ferns interspersed
with palma and floweis. Besides
American and Hawaiian flags
thero wero displayed the colors Xtl
llai vnnl, Yale, Brown and other
Ch. f JiTMiio Ju.l 1 tat at the
head of tho chief table, supported
on tho right and loft, respectively,
by Piosidont Dole and Associate
Jnstiro Frear, ami Attorney Gen
eral Smith and Associate justice"
Whiting. The memboio sitting
down vioroiiH follows:
Albert Franoin J mid A. B
lVo '(J2; A. M , Ti5; LL. D., '91:
Douglas Putnam Birnie A. B
Wm in i Howard Babbitt A.
B., Williams '95.
Charles M. Hydo-A. B., Wil
liams '52; A. M., 55; D.D., '72.
Nathaniel Bright Emerson A
B., Williams '05; A. M., '08; M.
D., New York College Physiciaun
and Surgeous, '09.
Albert Lloyd Colston C. E,
Arthur Burdetto Ingalla A.
B., Amhorst, '90; A. M., '93.
Charles A. Peterson A. B
Amherst '79; A. M., '84; M. D,
Serono E. Bishop A. B., Am
herst, '40; D. D., "90.
Sidney Millor Ballou A. B
J. T. Crawloy A. B., Harvard,
"William Austiu "Whiting A.
B., Harvard, '77; LL. B., Boston
Walter Maxwell -A. M., Har
.John Leadinghnm A.l3.,Ober
lin, "83; A. M., "93.
Wii lace R. Farring'on 13. S.,
Miiina Stato College '91.
A.V.Geur 13.A., University of
Lylo A. Diolcey-A. ll.,Yulo '91;
LL. B., Lako Forest '91.
John Quiuby Wood A. 1J
Walter F. Frear A. B., Yale
'85; LL. B., '90.
Samuel Pingreo French A. B.,
William Edwards Rowoll A.1J.
Frank AlvanUosmer A. 13., Au
herBt '75; A. M., '78.
A. H. LyouE A. B., "Williams
'03; M. D., University of Michi
W. H. Castlo-LL. B., Colum
bia 73; A. M., Oborliu 'SO.
Oliver Pomeroy Emorsou A,
B., Williams '08; A. M 71.
Aithur A. Macurda A. B,
.lames M. Monrao A. B., Uni
versity of Indianapolis 71; A.
Thco. Richards A. B., Wosloy
James A. Wildor A. B-,
Frank Stnnwood Dodge Q. It,
Massachusetts Institute of Techno
Mine Jlobt Krouso had for tha
gastrouomical edification of tha
company tho following clioica
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Continued on 4th Pane, 'H
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