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Vol." VI. No. 1188.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, APltIL 0, 1899.
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BREWING AND MALTING GO,
Tbo Honololu Brewing and
Malting Company, incorpoiatod
not long sinco at $200,000 ia roady
for basinoes now. The stock baa
all been taken. Plana and apeci
Gcationa aro ezpootod from the
States in tho near future This
is all that tbo conipnny ia wait
ine for now.
The building the company pro
pobca to put up will 4)0 a threo
Btory affuir, fitted tip ncoordiug to
tho latest aud moat iraprbvod
methods. It will bo woll insult
ed so that all the boor can bo kept
cool, ready to be aent out in good
ebape whon ordorod.
It bits not yet been decided
wbero to placo the browory but it
ia certain that the promoters will
put it as near the center of tho
city na poBaiblo ao that it will bo
in a convenient position. Several
aite8 have already been picked out
but no decision has yet boon
An atlompt will bo made to got
the Governmout to minranteo tbo
company artosian water but, if no
BUCC0B8 is mot with in this, tho
company will proceed to bore its
The promotora say that they
will be ablo to place beer ou tbo
maiket in 'six months from dato.
Erecting the. building will take
throe mouths. An experienced
brewer from tho East baa beon
HOLDIEUH ON KAUAI.
AN AERIAL VISITOR
SUGAR PLANTING IN KONA
The ongineora are boiog treated
vory woll by tho rosidenta of
Kauai. Lauding at Woimoa, they
marchod around to Lihuo, where
tboy aro today, finding hospitality
on all Bides. At Lihue today, a
big luau will bo given in bonor of
tbo bova. People from all over
tbo island have been invited to
attend and, when tin Kauai boats
left Wednesday nfornoon, many
were on their way to Jjiuuo.
Shortly after six o'clock last
ovoning an immunBO meteor maclo
ita way across tbo hcavona from
tbo direction of tbo Pali straight
ont to soa.
It appeared to bo very low and
oa it took ita courso in an almost
perfectly horizontal lino it threw
nut a great quantity of sparks and
in itH wake loft a -Ions tail of
raotcrorio dust which after aomo
time collected into u compact
maxs which waa quite luminous.
Tbo strango sight wan witness
ed by several pooplo at tho boat
bonsoa and along tho wator front.
Honolulu people woro not tbo
only ones who Haw tbo metoor. It
was, from a description given by
Captain Tullott of tho Jamoa
Makee, much brighter on Kauai.
It ia very probable that reporta of
tbo meteor will como in from Maui
and Molokai on tbo ialand steam
era Saturday. Captain Tullott
described tho meteor as follows:
"Wo woro just getting away
from Kapaa at about 6:15 Inst
evening when we saw a vivid flash
in tbo direction ot tbo nortuwest.
A largo ball of firo bad made its
annearanco and shot far out to
soa, leaving iu its wake what ap
peared to bo amoke, highly ilium
iuated. This pathway of tho ball
of fire, remained bright for quito
a while. Tho ball of firo showed
rod, yellow, bluo and groon most
Nnprnme Court Tarnt. 1
Cases argued and submitted tbo
past two days in tbo Supromo
Court havo been: Aldrich vs.
Haasingor, Jonea vs. Pooloa and
Republic vs. Muramoto. Fernan
dez vb. Camara, A.mberB vs. Shel
don and Kuloa va. Sheldon ato
continued till next term. Ronko
va. Queon's hospital, Bishop Trus
tees vs. Queen's, bospitaLand Oo
kala Sugar Co. vs. John Wilson
will be board in vacation.
Large Future Destiny of Kona Sugar
Many Thousands or Acres for Cultivation
Big Hill Projected Profit Sharing
System Id Successful Operation.
Staple and Fancy.
Everything useful and orna
A plantation not much hoard
about ia that' of the Koua Sucar
Co. started in a small way two
years ngn, ita operations both
preliminary and of actual cultiva
tion havo becomo greatly extend
ed. Tbo fields make a noticeable
featuro on tbe elopos of Hunlalai,
to a paasonger on tho ateamor sail
ing along tbo North Kona coast.
Tho company baa now under
long leases about 3u00 acres of
tbo best cane lands in tho dis
trict, and owns in foo simple about
80U acres moro. Upon its lands
aro tbo finest water springs in
Kona aud a stream that runs
through, all the rainy soaeon,
which supplies a largo reservoir
built by tho company. Oano from
tbe uplands can be flumed to tbo
mill in tbo rainy season, the water
tbou being used in tbo mill. In
other seasons tho reaorvoir will
supply water for mill pnrpoaos.
Homines tbo 4iu acres now
planted, Mr. Ooerp.T tho managor
expects to plaut this ypar about
1'zUU acres more, and in l'JUU
from 1500 to 2000 addition
al. It is allecrd by.--plfl-
cers of tho company "-'JliBt
there is no place on thefto ieAils
where cane crows so large or so
sweet ns in Kona, and above 800
feet elevation it never requires
irrigation. Last year the crop of
a few acres, ground io a smalt
mill wifli infrtrinr pvtrnp.tinn.
yielded six tous of sugar to the?Q
acre wmon waa or exoeiiem quali
ty. Tbo company is now starting
a mill of 25 tons a day capacity,
which will boused only for grind
ing tbo first two crops, most of the
cane being required for seed.
It is proposed to run a railroad
from tbo mill about sovon miles
south to Kamaliu. whoro the com
pany's largest fields will be, and
tho road will probably run for two
or tbreo miles to the north to tako
in traota of lino land, some owned
by tho compauy and others by
nlantera now Drenarinc their
ground for cane. The railroad
mavbocontinnedonto tne landing
at Kailua. About fifty men havo
beon engaged lately to build
roads aud work on tho mill build
ing and maobinery. The finest
road in Koua U now bring built
by tho compauy from tbo Govern
ment road to tho mill Bite, and is
to bo continued to tho upper Gov
ernment road near tho managor'a
bouse and compauy a stnro
no expense for irrigating, no coal
billa and littlo labor to pay for.
Ou most plantations each laborer
docs as littlo as bo can, hero each
man is a proprietor and dois as
much aa ho can.
"One field of cano growing at
nt 3000 foot elevation is looking as
well as any of tbo lower cano
and tbo upper cane not
tasseliug may bo allowod to grow
for eoveral years if necessary.
Grinding can no on all through
tho year. The conditions aro
pomewhat liko tboso at Pahalabut
moro favorable, as tho uppor
Kona lauds have abnuilauco of
rain and much less wind. Tho
Kona Sugar Co. is do-dinotl to bo
nno of tho largo plantations of tbo
PROPERTY IS TWICE SOLD
James Asnlord Ordered to Deliver
Deed Und PenaJty.
Kancobe Drainage Controwij Klondike Min
ing Soil-Pall Road Salova Man's .Trouble
Lanruj Dovttr Caw.
In spito of tbo fact that Jupiter
PIuviub was actively agitating tbo
Water sprinkler tbo seating capa
city of tho houso was well tested.
Tho additional music if possible
enhanced tho outortainmont
i'Going to tbe Luau" in which
Mr. Pollard takos tbo post of man
ager aod Mr. Post tbo part of
ticket taker was a roaring sucross.
Mr. Post in bis endeavors to keop
nut deadheads had quite a touch
job on hand the indefatigable
local' reporter being tbo first
culprit who amid a withering
blizzard of anathemas, and on tbo
promineof a column writo up ob
tained roluctant admittance, tho
members of the fourth ostato in
tho front, monntimo hanging tboir
bunds apparently moro in sorrow
than in anger. Tho luau itself
waa a great nnccoss tbo entire
company joining in tho festivitios.
A.Thd Gofro. tbe no bono man,
aud M'll Ootreloy did a doublo not
introducing fents of strength, jug
clini! nnd coutortion feats. Miss
Morvyn sung and BoydandiOro
did aomo fanny sketobos. Mr.
.Ordway also performed on tho
Imnjo, mandolin and glass bonios.
Hturday, a p. m., family masinco.
THEY MUST RE UNANIMOUS
Germany Maintains Dignified Attitade
Two of Ibe TLrce Powers Mi; Act la an Em
ergent; But Tbtlr Acts Are M Ne
A Hoad Problem.
J. A. MoCandlesa waa arrested
this morning on tho chargo of as
sault and battery on a Chinaman.
Mr. MoCaodloss and Walter
Jones woro driving in Peretania
streot to business and took tbo
part of tbo Btroet noar tbo oar
track in order to avoid tho bad
part. Whon in front of H. W.
Sohmidt's houeo a Chinaman drove
along in a surrey and crowded tho
other vehicle. Mr. MoCandlesa
called out to tho Chinaman to got
out ot tne way. xne lauor iota
him to go to somo warmer climato
and Mr. MaGand'iess turned bis
carriauo to got moro explicit
directions. Tbe Chinaman raiaed
his whip at tho Senator and a
littlo later, called at tbe police
station with a disfigured face. A
warrant waa sworn out and Mr.
McOaodlees had to submit to tho
Judgo Perry has signed Ji de
creo ordering James A-bforil to
deliver to Henry Smith, Clerk of
tbo Judiciary Department, witbi n
fifteen days under penalty for
contempt, a dood to S. Abmi, com
plainant against that respondent
and A. Y. Marcial, of certain
lands at Wailuku. MrvAsbford
was found iu default on hearing
of tbo complaint, whoioin it was
alleged ho agroed ou October 2,
lb(J7, to sell to complainant these
lands for $2200, of whioh he re
ceived $500 in hand and consent
ed to loavo tho romainder on
mortgage; also (bat when the
mortaoce bad boon executed, nnd
on Decombor 8, 1897. Mr. Ash ford
told tho same lends to A. V. Mar
cial, tbe doed being registered
On the bearing, a) reported' at the
time, the domurrer of Mr. Marcial
waa sustained, tho suit as-to him
Jamea A. King and wifo by
their attorney, W. O. Smith, file
an nnswor to Nannio B. Rice
nnd David Itico her husband,
and the Kaneobo Ranoh Co,,
for tho acquisition of right of way
nt Kailna, Oabu. Among other
things tuey say: "luat tbo pro
posed' drain, if made, wonld tra
verso tbo whole lougth of tbo re
spondent's land nnd so divido it on
to greatly impair its value and n
jnro tho roversion. That doom
ing tbe request of tbo petitioners
to bo unnecessary and unreason
able, theBO respondents havo re
fused to consent to tho making of
Charles I. Holm, by his at
torneys Paul Nonman and Geo.
A. Davie, has demurred to tho
complaint of Thc. W. Hobron,
Berlin, March 23. The corres
pondent bwrit of tbe Associated
Press baa obtained ou tin highest
authority ct this capital the f ollo'.r
ing explanation of u feature of tho
Bamoan question which has lately
On tbo report that tbo American
Government had cabled to its Ad
en iral at Samoa to act in accord
nu co with the decision of two of
the representative of tbo powers,
tbo. German Government inado
earnest represent ition to tbe Am
erican Arnbtpsador bore, Androir
Whilo, that tlii Uorlio treaty re
quire. tbo concurrence of tno three'
powers and called attention to tho
dangers which wo nsure to nrino if
there waa anytliuglikoa violation
of tho treaty.
JLho Amoricanoovcrnraont roado
n irauic and c:uoiliKlorv answer
which cauNtd much satisfaction
hoie. It rccogo'irM (ho necessity
for unnnimity upon tbo part of nil
three powor under tho treaty as a
condition of any settled policy or
permanent action-aud declared tho
admiral was only authorized to
act in agreement with a majority
of tho represen'nMvca of tho pow
ers in a case of emeruency which
absolutely does not admit ofdelay.
but in i-ucii a cnie ratihcation of
ndjustmont by unanimous vote of
three powers intiat bo sought at
tho first postublo moment and no
pormnnout arrangement can be
mido without such unanimity.
The American govern meat it is
added, cabled to Hh repreBentntives
in Samoa to pursue the inott
friendly ami conciliatory action
toward the German roprosuntatives
and German int -rest, carefully
avoiding itn thing likely to be
who claimed S20CO uudor n con- miscoustrued or to-create ill-will.
tract dofondant was aliened to In cousecniono of the slorioi
Household necessities a spe.
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
ExcoDtinc about CO acres owned
liw H,n mna..u H,o nT.n ia hoinrr EUotrlo Cn Dflnyfd.
taised by buia of four to ton meu The two electric motor oars for
oncb. TbiB profit sharing system tne Hawaiian tramways uo. are
tuus tar Has worked to a cuarm,
Nq trouble with strikes, nor figbtB
with lnnsB, ns oaeb man ia worn-
WAVURLUV HI.OCK, IIUi'HIIL HTRKUT
UatHhllshed 1051 LottiKr'a 1890
iug for hiroaelt, Tho company
furnishes the ni'd Sdary land aud
seed for nlnntinc, and mikes ad
vances in mouoy and supplios tor
tbo completion of the work, nil ot
wuiou aro to no roturnea wiiu in
torost when thesugor is raarkfcted.
The pltntor rocoiveB half and the
mill half. , ,
It ia olaimed that if tho little
one-horeo mill that wB( used laot
year oouki proouco nix iuuh a
aoro, certaiufy tho 2j ton mill
should Hivo eeyen or eight tonB
n aoto. Whon itio ouuu or "
ftores ot land suaii uo piuii
:.. iniini.ul tr nrnet a larao nine
...itur mill liko that of Ewa. Ono
l,n ilirne.liira saVB!
ui'ii.irA ia mi nliuiidanoo of froo
' borcaaer to tako coutrncts, and
lt- ' of tholr own lands limy
owiiu. t contractu, reoolvlng half
enter it)t .il rontala for their
llin nugiir" Probably no plan
Inmls houid , nils will bnuble
talinii on then'' Ml, 'eaply its llio
Io prodnn o !" V . s tlioro is
not yet sot up. Mr. iNoumann,
the legal adviser of tho oompany,
is coutinod to Ilia notno trom in
jury, and Mr. Pain dooa not care
nh.mt nalna ahead with electric
u.nnmnlion until a full under
standing ia roaohed with tho Government.
havo mado to work in tho Klon
dike ooldfiolde. He sots un that
the parties aro shown to bo part
ners, therefore a remedy euould
besought not in law but in equity.
Also, that the agreemeut was to
bo performed in a foroign coun
try, tbereforo tbo Hawaiian courts
havo no jurisdiction in tbo matter.
In tho separation suit ot Jus-
tina Franca vs. A. F. Franca,
Judge Stanley ordered reapondont
yesterday to provide plaintiff with
tho necessaries of life instantly,
and to pay her tho March alimony
allowanco by noon Saturday. Re
apondont, In an atildavit, alleged
that ho was losing money in run
ning tbo light wine and boor so
loou on tha Pali road, also com
plained that his wifo was paying
30 a month rent in Fort street
instead of mo vine into a houeo in
Sohool street of whioh tho rent U
$16. Robertson & Wildor
regarding Mataam liaviuu sanc
tioned sectarian tyrauny, the Ger
man government assqted Mr.
Whito that all ita intlneuro would
bo exulted against interference
with tho religion ot any sect.
PolUa Hlaitim Arfilllton.
Tenders for erecting an addi
tion to Kalakaua Hale, ou tbo
Honolulu police fetation, wero
opened at noon. Mr. Thomas, tbe
lowest bidder, receives the con
tract. Tho bids were:
A. lUchloy 412.WO-
0. H. Patzig 9,890
Lucas Bros 9,87ft
E. li. Thomas 5,8-19
plaintiff; W. A. HonBhall for roa
Kauimakaolo Lazarus by bor
attorney. W. A. HonBhall, baa ap-
nealed from Judae 8tanloy' do-
cree dismissing her bill against
Alexandor Lazarus to admeasure
The police havo made iovcciign-
tinnu nt tliA riimiir tllflt (JIlillPiM
'or anld swipes to soldiers of tlu City
of Puobla iu flodt water bottles
and have found it without founda
tion. Tho Boldiera got tholr
liquor up town,
tool Hh fOM CO.liU) 0.
Tho Orphoum theatre basoball
team challongo any local baseball
team to play a rnatob, tbo proceeds
to bo to tbo bonofit of the Queen si
hospital. Alorauors or tuo tneauio
al team will nlav in oliarartor cos-
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tumo. The Engineer Corps club
or any other dosirous of rnoetiiig
thn vaudeville bova can bo aocom
mndntfd bv communioatlnu with
Mr, James Po8t,Urpiicii"i tuootre,
flnl. Robert rnnnrlnl klllwl ii
tho Philipplium ia umikIii of Mr.
Hamilton, wife of fincnml Uwy
Piuuit Hamilton of Co, I of W
Kiiginuor Corps now luru,
ruat opt crcm or ti rowor
IIIrIimI Honor, World' Plr
(Jold Mcdol, Mldvvlulcr Pwlr
Arnl'l lltMnif Vnvril'n "inllH
ulumr brw tnJiirl'MulK li"HI