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Vol. VI. No. 1147.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, ITEBBUAllY 17, 1899.
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CA'PT, HARRISON RETIRES.
(Men along tho waterfront, who
hnve bi'i'u in tho lmbit of getting
tli6ir liufikoy onginos for discharg
ing eirgoes from vnrious vessels
f roni Captain Johu Harrison, will
u v buvo to cull on Tlioa. Mo
Lean or A. W. Kcooh, for tho
Captain'- Btevedore business has
bi'fii bought out ly theso two
nu'i), iind he himself has retired,
after hiving woiked for mnuy
years at the business.
Tho deal wns cloctl yesterday,
when tbo donkey engine ami all
paraphernalia belonging thereto
weio handed ovor to McLean it
Koech. A hui of other parties
woro trying to get hold of tbo
business, but they woro unable to
make uatibfactory arrangements.
McLean and Keech have gotton
out cards as riggors and stovo
dores, and will attoud to all work
along tho water front that may
coma within their province. Mr.
McLonn will mnnaeo tho business
while Mr. Keech will still hold
his position witli the 1. 1. S. N.
Co. Tho former loft his position
as engineer ou tho KpruIiou to go
into tli- new work. He has boeu
spvh'hI vi'iuh in the omploy of tho
1.1. S.N. Co.
Ilu.li f"r Klliol Stock.
All day yesterday and this
mnrning Mr. Shingle, who has
charge f tlio subsonption lists of
tho new ldliei Plantation Compa
ny, (ph boudgod by intondiug
purcbtiborB. It was almost liko a
rush at 'b- p.iatoffice on steamer
day. Mr. Shmulo began to scratch
his head and think hard this after
noon, considering what he would
do if tho demand far stock kept
up. Peoplo have lourned that it
is n tioou thing to got in early.
Tho first nssossmont of 5 percent,
will bo duo from ten days to two
weeks from now, and as soon as
the articles fr incorporation are
received by the compony the tock
will be listed and regularly placed
on tho market.
BY " AUSTRALIA,"
Fresh Breakfast Cereals.
A fresh supply of Gruenhagen's
Bon Bons, and Townsend's
Glace Fruits, and a general
replenishment of our fancy
r7s4sN. B.On account of the
repairs to the cold storage room
oh the Australia, she brought no
refrigerated goods this trip.
a33& YOU'LL FIND THEM AT$ifeSg;$i&
WAVERLEY 15 LOCK
GROCERIES ...l. CROCKERY ..cu HARDWARE
Established 1851 Leaders 1890
Can't Get Htm.
Teii .thousand dollars has been
appropriated by the Legislature of
California, for the purpose of send
ing Professor Koebele to Australia
to find parasites for destroying in
sect blights and plant pests.
Unfortunately for California, It
happens that Professor Koebele Is
under engagement to the Hawaiian
Government, and personally has no
'desire to terminate the relation.
He is doing work of inestimable
value to Hawaii. Moreover the
professor is very much Interested In
Ills work In these Islands.
AN AU3IV POT.
Opinion of Army OlUclnl Tlint Honolu
lu Will lliiv Mtrontf Uarrltnii.
Thero wkb no news by last
mail regarding tho matter of a
permanent garrison for Honolulu.
Chief Clerk Nickerson of the
local Commissary Headquarters
said this morning:
"Notwithstanding a prevalent
belief hero that thero will not bo a
regular carrisou at Honolulu, it is
my opinion tlint an etrectivo rost
of the United Stated Army will bo
established hero. I think thero
willing thero ought to, bo a strong
garrison maintained in these isl
Wiiililiiutoti't Vit Concert.
Everything is coming on well,
undor Wray Taylor's gonornl
ship, for tho free entnrtninmont at
Y. M. 0. A. hall on tho oveuing of
Washington's hirtliday. Miss M.
0. Mead will give a violin solo.
Mine McCormick, a new singer
here, will appear. A. E. Mur
phy, the humorous elocutionist,
will present somethiuc to make
tho auditors merry. Kov. V. M.
Kincaid iB to make somo pntriotic
reflections on "tho day welo
bratn." Then thero will bTuiusic
by tho Eamehemeha gleo club, a
male quartet uud tho Amateur
EMPLOYES SY GOOD-BYE
Manager Center of Walanae Presented
With a Fine Lamp.
Token ot Esteem of Hen Speech by tho Elec
trician Luiu and a General Good Time
Kawalhau Club Furnlshe3 Music.
Tho homo of David Center,
manager of Woianne, was a scene
of jollity last night whon tho em
ployes ot tho plantation ralliod to
bid farowoll to their chief and his
catimablo wife, who aro soon to
leave for the Molokai plantation.
their future homo. The fnrowell
took the shape of a luau, a pre
sentation and music afterwards.
A party of about twenty Hono
lulu peoplo went dowu on tho
afternoon train. Theso, togethor
with tho plantation peoplo, made
tho number about a hundred and
fifty. Among the Houolulu poo
plo woro tho following: Mrs.
Robort Lowers, Miss Dnnford, Dr.
Coopor, J. A. McCandloss, and
At about 7 o'clock, tho even
ing's enjoyment bognn. Employes
and Honolulu poople snt down to
a sumptuous native foast on the
back luuni togethor with Mr. and
Mrs. Centor. Thero woro eighty
niuo in all around tho board. The
feasting over, everyone hastened
to the parlor, where the presenta
tion of a fiuo standing lamp with
a marblo top was to bo mnde.
Tho plantation electrician,
James O'Noil, confronted Mr. and
Mrs. Centor nnd in a very happy
speech of which tho following is n
part, presented tho lamp men
tioned: Mr. and Mrs. Center
"On behalf of tho employes of
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Wniiwino ploutttion, I lmvebcen
retfuesled to im'Ofint to you, this
little tokt'n of osteoin for tho
kindness nud considorntion that
has always been nccordod thum
by you. I would liko to sny, in
passing, that this is not n centor
light as wo boo in a good many
places It may soom nn impossi
bility, but this oue lamp is meant
for eight Centers."
M'iunjer Centor replied in np
propriuto limunno to tho npeech
mndt by Mr. O'Noil.
Tho second tnblo was Bot and
between forty and fifty sat down.
This done, tho tables were olenred
and tho remainder of tho evoninir
was giveu up to muBio nnd dancing,
which lasted pint midnight.
Joseph Schulmoister, chemist at
Waianso, gave somo chirming se
lections on the zither uu 1 Mr. and
Mrs. Kaleikau ploisel very body
with their sweet smms. An oricin-
al topical song, 11 111 "Ivanhoe"
Allen, wbb given bv a woll known
singor who happen d t.i spy out J.
A. McCnudlcssi ainoui; the guests
One of tho vorsat anil choi unsung
to tbo tuno of 'Tho Cn't Do It
You Know," is ns follows :
Now Dillingham tried to sell a lot of new
Which be can't deliver, you know;
A million of dollars In either block,
Which lie hasn't got, you know.
He sang very high,
He'll have to sing small,
For Ballentyne-Soper will yet get their
And when shall we "hear the end of It all?
We can't tell, you know.
CHOR We can't tell, you know.
We can't tell, you know.
Walalua they say,
Will be two hundred In May,
But we don't believe it, you know.
Do not, because the alum
baking powders may be a
little lower in price, risk
your health by using them.
Royal is a pure Baking
Powder, free from alum,
and makes healthful food.
It is really more economi
cal in use than the lower
priced powders, because it
is of greater strength and
KIHEI PLANTATION CO. LTD
Prospectas of Hew Three Million
Dollar Estate on Haul.
Land In Fee Simple-Abundance of Water
Soil Yields Good Analysis
(By B. F. Dillingham.)
The following is tho proposed
bnsis of incorporation of Kihoi
Plantation Company, Ltd.:
Capital stock 3,000,000, with
privilegoof increasing tho snmo to
Total Area Approximately,
9500 acres, nil in fee simple, titlo
perfect, of which thero is good
sugar land, approximately, 8500
Location This area lies botweon
sea level and eight feet elevation1
Thero ar about 2000 acres moro
of available sugar land adjoining
this tract, lying botweeu tiOO and
1000 foet elevation, owned by the
linlcakala Ranch Co. from wuom
that land may bo obtained later if
Tho 9500 acres now to be incor
porated are owuod by H. P. Bald
win and L. A. Thurston. It is
bounded on tho North and WeBt
by Haiku nud Pain Plantation
lands, nud the Hawaiian Commer
cial Sugar Co.'s plantation; ou tho
East by Haloakala Mountain; ou
tho South by Manlaoa Hay.
Lauding It 1ms a frontngo of
about a half milo ou Mnalaea Bay.
Kihei wharf is situated on tho
water front of this land.
An oxtousion of this wharf ot
ouly jout G00 feot, at n cost of
lunv Sill (Hill, will mrn nnncxaa tn
say mu.uuu, will givo ncco9B to
deep water,whero ships of any size
may bo loauod direct from the
wharf. Tho landing is at tho
most sheltered spol on tho loo
side of Maui, being at tho head of
Maalaoa Bay whero tho water is
almost always smooth.
Tho mill and irrigating pumps
will bo located near tho wharf, so
that coal and sugnr can bo loaded
directly upon cars ot the mill and
wharf respectively, nud dolivorod
without breaking bulk. This
facility for handling froight,
greater than that on any other
sugar plantation in tho country,
should result in a saviug ovor tho
avorago cost to plantation for iu
tor islaud transportation of from
2 to 83 a ton, on all inward
and outward shipments, amount
ing to a saving of from
iiGO.OOO to S75.000 a year, or from
a to uj per cont ou tlio ontiro pro
Valuo of Land. Tho total area
of land to bo convoyed to tho com
pany in feo is 9,847 ncros, more
or leas Tho prico to bo paid is
81,500,000, iu fully paid up stock
of the company, which is equal to
say 8152.33 per acre, or a littlo
over out half of tho amount per
acre now being paid by auother
corporation for laud ou tho same
island, to bo ueod for tho same
purpose, nud which is certainly
not moro valuable. Men capablo
of placing values have rated the
Kihoi laud at 8300 an acre. W.
J. Lowrie, formerly mnuager of
Ewa plantation, now manngor of
Hawaiian Commercial Sugar Co.'s
plantation, hns examined this land
and pronounces it first class for
Wator An abundanco of wator
for all tho land is availablo. A
shaft has been Bunk and tunnels
therefrom made, rosulting in a
steadily iucr using ilow of wnter.
Tho present flow is about 2,000,
000 gallons por twenty-four houis.
Tunneling mnchinory, power
drilln, operatod by steam and com
pressed air, and steam hoists, are
uow iu operation or on tho way,
and tho development of water will
bo continued until tho full supply
required is obtained.
Tho increase iu flow of wator
duriug tho last woelc of work in
Continued ou l'ligu 4,
HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO.
New Corporation That Provides for
Issues Its Stock In Installment Series Five
Directors of P. B. & L. Ass. Re
turns Will be Large.
Tho Qovornmont today granted
a charter of corporation to tho
Honolulu Investmont Company,
Ltd., notice of whoso application
was previously announced.
This now corporation is onb of
tho results of tho now Btreugth
given business conditions in Ha
waii and tho increasing demnnds
of now money for investmont. Tho
largo capitalist and tho man with
11 Binall amount of ready money
ofton bnvo not tho timo to kcop in
touch with tho small dotaiU of tho
local business manipulations aud
watch for opportunities to plnce
their monoy whmo it will givo
prmpt nud snfo returuB. As tho
nssurod progress of tho country
bpcomes moro apparent, a consor
vntivo corporation thnt will meet
tho demands of tbo business com
munity becomes a necessity; a
corporation that is quick to take
up good investments nnd which nt
tho same tirup, by the association
of email investors puts them in a
way to rocoivo as good and bettor
returns than the woalthy.
The objects of this corporation
aro outlined in Article 3 of the by
laws as follows:
''Tho purposo of tho corpo
ration is aud it shall havo power to
engage in agricultural, manufac
turing ami mercantile pursuits,
to ougago in tho cultivation of
sugar cano, coffee and othor pro
ducts to construct nud maintain
irrigation works nod pumping
plnnts, wator works, dams aud
resorvoirs, supplying water to
said corporation nnd othor persons
for tno purposo of irrigation, con
sumption aud other uses and pur
poses; tno croation of and tho buy
ing nud soiling of water powor or
other power generated thereby; to
buy aud sell, leoBe, mortgago, hy
pothecate nud otherwise denl in
real estato and personal property;
to buy aud sell goods, wares aud
merchandise; to buy nnd Bell, and
to oporato steamers and veesols;
to purchase, oporato aud maintain
railroad tracks and railroads; to
buy and sell and othorwiso deal in
stocks, bonds and othor obliga
tions of nny corporation, company,
association, government or muni
cipality; to gunrantoo and insure
tho titlo ana titlos to real ostnte,
nnd make, executo and sell ab
stracts of titlos to real estate: to
loan monoy upon notes nnd mort
gages or other security and to in
vest moneys in such enterprises
for tho purposo of investment ns
the diroctors may deem oxpediout;
nnd generally to acquire and hold
and deal in any property and
transact any business which in
cidentally to any of tbo abovo
purposes may necossarily or con
veniently bo acquired held and
dealt in or transacted, and the do
ing of all things which may be
lawfully done in connection with
tho things aforesaid.
Tho articles of incorporrtion
provido for capital stock of 8135,
000 with tho privilege of increas
ing to S1,000,000. Par value of
tho shares SI 00.
Tho oliicerd as noted by adver
tisement under Now Today are:
President A Y Genr.
Vico Presidout Henry Smith.
Secretary Frod A Jacobs.
Financial Secrotary O B Gray.
Treasurer T F Lansing.
Auditors Eramett May, J D
Holt, Lowis S-Genr.
Tho corporation nttornoy is
Georgo D. Gear of tho law firm
of Humphreys & Gear. The
board of direotors consists of the
abovo ofScerB, tho torm of three
directors expiring oach year, their
Continued ou Pago 1.
RLORGANIZCD CHURCH OP JESUS
ClIRIST.-Servkes In Milliard Hall, rear
of Opera House, next Sunday as follows:
io a. m. Sunday School j preaching in
Hawaiian n a. m. and 0:30 p. in. Preach
ing In Enfillsh at 7:30 p. 111. by Elder
U. W. Greene; subjed, "Baptism for
the Remission of Sins," All are cordially
invited to come and heir.
THE BOND FOUND YALID
The jury trying Ropublic of
Hawaii vs. J. Coon, principal,
and V. Larson and Geo. ITnwkius,
sureties, notion ou a bond, found
in favor of plaintiff for 8500 bal
ance duo on the bond. O n juror
dissouted. The verdict leaves
Hawkins, who was proved to havo
paid tho other 85u0, liable iqually
with either or both of tho other
defendants, ns the bond was miido
"jointly nnd severally. " Mr. Davis
excepted to the verdict and gave
uotice of motion for a new trial.
Yesterday aftomoou before
Judge Stanley tin following jury
wns drawn to try tho trespass suit
of Oiaaf Tnllefsou vs. Holen Wil
der for 85000 damages on nccouut
of alleged fnlHo arrest: J. S. Mar
tin Jas. Mcluerny, A. Q. Davis,
J. Sclmnck, M Phillips, Gorgo
Kludge, D T Bailey, D. W. Mc
Nicoll, Sooly 1. Shaw, II. A. Par
tnoloe, D. F. Thrum nud IV J.
Krugor. , ,
Plaintiff is a tramcar driver.
His car ran over n ilnn. nnrl Dm
defendant, as humaiiH ollicer, tpok
mm away trom Ins clrivo to tlio
station, where ho wns detained a
few miuutes nod required to givo
an ncconnt of tho occurtonce.
Hence his claim fni ilnmncirw .T
T. Do Bolt appears for plaintiff,
nud E. P. Dole and A. L. G. At
kinson for defendant. The trial
bosun this morning.
Just before noon tho jury found a
verdict for defendant, Mibs Wil
der, ouo juror dissenting.
After being out an hour and ten
minutos, tho jury trying the notion
to quit claim, of Ahlo vs. Apa and
Wm. Henry, came into court for
further instructions. Again they
retiicd but after n nimrlor nf nn
hour returned with n statement of
hopeless disagreement. Judgo
Perry thon discharged them nnd
adjourned couit at 7 p in.
Tho following named peoplo
aro booked to leave for San Lrnn
oisco in tho Australia, Fob. 2L:
It T Burke, W II AnderBon, U H
.... lt t ir r . r
I lyiitvcuu, t j morgan, .airs o u
JtoDoits, Mrs W K Do Witt, J E
Miller, R O White and wife, L 8
Knnibdollo, W LI Fuller, Dr Graeo
Pulvor, A W Davis. W L Hopper,
J F Smith and wife, Dr nnd Mrs
G O Simmons, H J Vuuco, W W
JoneB, Lester Collin, H S Collin,
B O Young, W A Pott-, D It
Smith, A H Upton, A II Boomer,
Dr G II Hendricks, II L Bnmsey,
Miss Green, M Greon, W H Loso
and wife, O von Ilamin nnd wife,
Major Purdy, W P Whitloy, F J
Koster, O S Roe, AH Batoholder.
Morabers of tho Bar ore ro
minded of tho dinner nt tho Ha
waiian hotel to tho Chiof Justice
tomorrow oveuing. Sit down nt
8:15 sharp. Atturuov General
Smith will preside Tho govern
ment band will piny.
Coptic oil Wuiiminalo at
2:5 this afternoon.
A rune cnxpc cucau or TAnTn powoir
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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