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Bulletin WANTS Give the Best Returns on the Money Invested.
Vol. VI. No. 1215.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, MAY 8, 1899.
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PIONEER MILL EXPANSION
NEWS' OF THE YACHTS
At tho meeting of stockholders
of tbo Pioneer Mill Company, held
nt tho offices of H. Ilackfold &
Go. on Saturday, it was resolved
to increase the capital stock by
SG50.000. Fr.im $1,350,000 it is to
be raised to 82,000,000. Tho par
vilue of tho shares remains nt
Tho Pioneer Mill Co.'s planta
tion nt Lahaina ia one of the rich
est sugar properties in the Hawai
ian Inlands. Its sugar polarizes
higher than tho product of twenty
other plantations with 'which it
his beon compared. This season's
crop is twelve thousand tonB. It
is expected to inoreaso tho output,
next seaou to between twou.y aad
'twenty-five thousand tons.
Two thousand acres will bo
filantcd this year, whioh with a
argo acreage of ratoons will fam
ish next season's crop. Next year
3200 a acres will constituto the
planting, and tbo year after 420
aores. Hon. Paul Isonberg, head
of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., is
president of the Pioneer Sugar
Notwithstanding strong counter
.attractions, the regular patrons of
tho Orpbeum showed loyalty to
thoir first love by attending in
force on Saturday ovooing.
Tho farce "A NigbKat tho Ar
llncton" and a sketch by May
Ashley and Jim Post entitled "A
Little Nonsonsd" voro introduced
both giving plooty scope for
humorous hits and situations.
Miss Dale and Miss Graham
rendered somo pretty songs, the
former in addition giving tho
Sailor's hornpipe with light and
clastic step. Tbe male members
of the company also contributed
thoir specialties to tbe satisfaction
nud delight of the audienco. Tbe
program will bo repeated this and
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
See ud. Want
Thero was an exceptionally fine
breezo for sailing all day Sunday.
Tbo Abbio M, Myrtlo, Marion and
Healani took advantage of this
and went to Diamond and return
in fiuo time. Tho Healani held
up her end woll. Sbo has boon
completely Gtted ovor again and
is now in 11 ret class shape. Wan
day's spin was tbo first for hor in
about four years.
Tbe Dewey, fortnorly (Jlaronce
Macfarlaue's boat Alice, came up
from Pearl Harbor in tho after
noon. u. jpuneon nas uono won
ders with her. Sho sails liko a
witch now and will stand a fine
chance of winning in tbo yacht
rnccs that always tako place on
An attempt is boing made to
get a fleot of yaohts to go to Pearl
Harbor a fortnight from now.
Should the plan bo carried into
effect, tbo iloet will loavo Hono
lulu Saturday afternoon and ro-
turn Uunday. Alronuy tuo own
era of four yaobls have given
their consent to place their boats
in the iloet. It is thought by tho
yachtsmon who aro arranging for
the souome tliat it will prove a
very enjoyablo affair. Eight or
ten yachts starting out from Ho
nolulu would make a very pretty
Tho ownors of tho fast yachts
aro very sorry that tbo yacht racos
do not tako placo this month. The
breeze has been Goo right along
eb far. If thoro could be
races, all previous rocords would
surely bo broken.
pollco Court Natci
In tho Police Court this fore
noon tbo following cases wero dis
posed of: Ah Hoo, opium in pos
session, $50 and costs; Yama
ehftda, violating carriage regula
tions, reprimanded and discharg
ed; Kaabanui and Tom Birch,
vagrancy, nollo pros'd; Waianu
hea and Koaloha, violating Sun
day laws, nollo pros'd, Sixteen
cases of drunkenness paid the
Supreme Court Reverses Decree of
Maul Circuit Judge
Difficulty In Empinellug a Jury for Kahuku
Murder Trial Judga Kalua on
PROSPECTUS OF NEW BANK
Subscriptions Open Monday for First
American Bank of Hawaii.
$300,000 of Stock Reserved for Honolulu
Sabscrlbcrs Out of First Issue of
$500,000 Liberal Proportion Is
U you're looking for the best goods,
sir.ctly modern methods, AND A SQUARE
DA - all around, you'll find them at
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
A unanimous decision
Supromo Court, by Chief
Judd, haB hoen rendered
equity cuse'or i-apule nnu others
va. Aloklnwa and ivauue tier
buBband. It is in favor of plaint
iff, contrary to the decree of tho
Judge of tbo Second Circuit dis
missing tho bill. Tuo law points
decided aro theso:
"An answer to a bill iu eqnity
should bo signed by respondent,
and sworn to by him, unless tho
oath bo waived by tho bill.
"An unsworn answer, signed by
an attornoy for defendants, is no
" A receipt for money by a wife
in part payment of land of tho
wife, her uamo boing written by
hor husband and crossmark atlix
ed by her, sho having agreed ver
bally to the sale, and tho party
purchasing lmmodiately entering
into possession of tho premises,
binds the wife, and entitles tho
purchaser or his heirs to a docroo
of specific performance."
Q. Hoofl aud Robertson & Wild
er for plaintiffs; J. M. Kaneakua
All this morning has been occa
pied beforo Judge Perry in calling
jurors to try the Kahuku murder
case A number have boon excus
ed for cause, and poiomptory
challenges bavo yet to come.
Judge Stanley is trying a civil
case with a Hawaiian jury.
In J. D. Paris vs. Antonio
Fernandes tbo plaintiff has filed
an appeal bond in $5000 with J. F.
Morgan as suroty.
Tbo probata cases heard by
Jndge Kalua on Molokai were
mostly continued, ihe widow of
tbo late A. Puki KapaeliBolo was
appointed tomporary administra
trix without bonds, Tbo valuo of
tho estate is about S7000.
J. L. Wniliula was dieckargod
as guardian of tho throo minor
children of tho lata J. Napapa,
and tho widow was made admin
istratrix and to bavo custody of
Tbo potition for administration
on ostate of Au was withdrawn.
Charity Out.duor Performance.
The obaritablo organizations of
tho city aro to have a benefit nxt
Monday evening on the grounds
of Uahu (Jollogp. Those inter
ested are tbe Htwaiinn Belief
Society, Stranger's Friend Sooiety,
Amorican Illief and tbo British
Benevolent Sooietj, the members
of whioh will have full charge of
tho arrangement aud tho Janet
Waldorf Oompiny will give an
ont-door production of Shakes
pearer'e p istoral play, "Aa You
Like It." Tickets for this per
formance will be placed on sun at
all the leading business houses iu
tho city and all will bo given a
ohanoe to eeo a moral aud in
structive performance and, at the
same time, a obanoo to leud a
hand to the good work done for
Beats are now on ealo at Wall,
A special ticket at a reduced
ruto will bo isued for students
which may be secured from Pro
fessor Hosmer and members of
TUB WAIIHWA 80HBHC
Trustworthy reports from Eauai
aro that satisfactory progress was
being made in boring for water
until tho middle of last week,
Then hard rock was encountered
The prospectors are ooufidout of
etrikiug a good flow after piercing
tuo rocK. ino bonne is in a
gulch whero tbero has always
boen a stream of water. No new
developments in tho land pro
position, Of course tho Moliryde
lands bavo been a fixturo einco the
inception of tho schomo.
The following prospectus of the First
American Bank of Hawaii Is published by
Col. George Macf.irl.ine:
The entire capital havlntr been Guaran
teed, the Syndicate will make an absolute
pro' rata allotment, when the closed list
reaches Sin Francisco.
The list for applications for shares will
Monday, Miv 8th, at io a. m., and
on or before Tuesday. Mav oth. at i
m.. at the office of Cecil Brown. Camn-
ell Block, Merchant street.
With a Proposed
CAPITAL OF i,ooo,ooo.oo.
Divided Into 10,000 of t too each, and
authority to Increase to fe.ooo.ooo. Cap
ital, now Invite subscriptions from Ho
nolulu public nt par.
F6r a part of their first Issue of f 500,-
000.00 (which has been received for Ho
nolulu subscribers, the remainder having
been allotted to ban Franc sco). Pavab e
50 per cent within thirty days after allot
ment and the remainder in ik ner cent In
stallments as required.
rrinteu application Planus ana prospec
tuses can be obtained at the office of Cecil
A deposit of 5 per cent on the amount
of stock applied for, must accompinv each
application, and if the shares allotted be
less than the number applied for, the sur
plus of the amount paid on deposit will be
applied towards the amount due 011 allot
ment, and when no allotment is made the
deposit will be retutned In full.
The First American Bank of Hawaii
will be incorporated as a temporary organ
ization for the purpose of carrying on a
general banking business in these Islands
and (pending the adoption by the United
States Congress of such laws as will per
mit the establishment of a "First National
Bank" in Honolulu) will act a) the fiscal
agents of the U. S. Government In the Hi
wailan Islands, and later, when organized
as the First National Bank of H.mall, un
der a charter secured, and to be gt anted to
Perry Heath and associates, the bank will
become the Depository of the United States
Government lor its customs and otiier
revenues in these Islmds, and also Imm
dlately become a Bank of Issue of United
States National Gold Notes. The oriulnal
shareholders of the first organization will
receive stocic at par In tne t-irst national
Bank of Hawaii when established, in pro
portion to their holdings nt the time of tiie
transfer of the latter bank to the for.rer.
It Is the Intention of the syndicate
when the First National Bank Is formed,
to Incorporate as an adjunct to snld insti
tution a Savings Bank and Trust Compa
ny, and stockholders in the Flrt Americ
an Bank will have preference, or priority,
as subscribers to same, over Intending
A majority of the members of the Board
of Directors will be selected from Hono
lulu stockholders, but New York and San
Francisco will each have a representative
on said Board.
The following (If more convenient for
out of town applicants) nnv be cut out,
filled up, and sent entire to the attorneys
of the bank, at ii. Merchant street, to
gether with a remittance of live dollars for
each share applied for.
Honolulu, Atay 6th, t&w.
Agent for Syndicate.
This form to be sent entire addressed to
Messrs. Cecil Brown and F. M. Hatch,
attorneys for the Company, 214 Merchant
street, with the deposit, and the receipt
will be forwarded:
LABOR QUESTION AGAIN
Japanese Labor Limited to One Half
of Total Snpply.
Walakca Sugar Company Das Land fto-
pKlllon Denied Regulations for New
THE FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.
Capital St. 000,000 (One Million Dolhrs.)
Divided Into 10,000 Shares of Stoo (One Hundred Dolhrs) each.
FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SHARES.
To THE FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII,
At tho meeting of tha Executivo
Couucil this morning a motion
was carried ob an ex
pression of tho Government' 1
policy in regard to limiting tbo
introduction of Japaneso 1 11 bo r.
It was to the clToct that pormita
for Japaueso labor immigration
be restricted to the neceos'iry sup
ply for maintaining on tbo re
spective plantations a fnrco of that
nationality equal to the number
of laborors of all other nation
alities. For tho carrying out of this
policy it wiii further resolved that
nftor tho July quarter no Inlor
immigration permits shall bo
issued for Japanese excopting to
maintain on each pUuttion bucIi
proportion of one-half of that
nationality to tho total of all
Members of tho Hawaiian
Planters' Association waited on
Prcsidout Dolo and tho Cabinet bo
foie tho session was over, and a
Igcueral discussion was entered in
to regarding labor immigration, in
liuo with the drcisionB of today
laud lust Fiiday. Tho plauters
lacked for time to consider tho
'matters brought up.
. A communication from tho
, gent of Public Imids roferrin
I to tho Council n proposition oE
Mho Wiiirtkeii Mill Co., wuBConeid
' ered It offered to snrrendcr about
37,000 acro of tho Waiokea leaso
hold in exchauun for a. fio aimnln
Having paid to your attorneys the sum of . Deposit on.........sha-c, titlo to tho remniuing HOJO aon b.
our Uanklnc Comoration. I reauest vou to allot me that number of sh ircr.. for
ch. or anv less number vou -mav allot to me. I hereby ajrree to become a sliTehold-
er in your bank, subject to the memorandum and articles of association, and I mithorij
you to enter my name in the register of shareholders accordingly.
Name .'. - Address
Memorandum to be signed by those desiring to pay up In full:
1 hereby desite to pay up in full on allotment:
This receipt will be returned to Applicant, and subsequently exchanged for Certificate
FORM OF RECEIPT.
Received of of
the sum of $ Deposit on application for
of t each In the First American Bank of Hawaii.
$ For the FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII
tho lut t-r including Ruhfltantinlly
the company's present plantation.
The proposition was refused. 'In
tho first place," as tho President
said, "thf ro is no nuthority for tho
transaction, nud, in tbo second
place, there is no benefit to tho
A request of Ihe HonolnlnSngar
Co. for proceedings to got a now
road put through was referrod to
tho Attorney General for investig
ation. It was decided that in all futuro
reoommondationB for new roads,
overy main highway iu tbo coun
try shall bo not leas than 60 foot
Tbe Bam of $20,000 was autho
rized to be oxptnded for a now ro-
eorvoir at Diamoud Head. -
Subscription lists for the First
Araericau Bank of Hawaii oponcd
promptly this morning and tbo
opportunity to subecribo was as
promptly taken up by tho people.
Beforo 12 o'clock tho stock allotted
Honolulu had been oversubscrib
ed. Col. Macfarlano says that
appearauccs iudicato tbe appor
tionment will give subscribers
about half tho amount subscribed.
This is tbo only block of stock
that will be put on tbe markot at
CMIed tka Police,
(Jttman wbo keeps tbo wino
shop at Kapiolaui Park had to
ask tho assistance of tho police
Sunday afternoon to proteot his
place. Ho stated that soldiers were
attempting to breakinto bis place as
bo camo away He bad rofused to
givo them anything to drink and
tbey wre goiug to have it any
way. Wbon the officers got to tho
shop they saw a eergoaut and cor
poral ran from the placo and porch
themselves on a fenco near by.
The door of the place had not beon
Tho Australia ia duo from San
Fianoisco Wednesday morning
and tho America Mara from tbe
uamo plnce tbe next day. It is very
probablo that the latter will get in
on tho same day as tho Australia.
Mnnoa Vallry N'Htf.
Tho lower pirt of Manoa "Vnl
ley in tho vicinity of the Cooper
home presents a vory busy ap
pearance at tho present time. The
Castle homo is fust nppronching
a fiuishod condition. The stables
and cottages along tho driveway
have all been completed. Tbe
present outlook gives promise of a
vory beantiful valley homo.
Houses are being built on
recently purchased lota aud
ground is being broken for others.
By the end of the year them will
be at least a dozon lino places near
the Ooopr home.
Hack No. 12 had a breakdown
on tbe Manoa roud yesterday.
Tho driver had tho vobiolo put
int.) tho Coopor yard until today
wbon it was brought to town fur
Quite a number of tho nativo
residents ot Manoa Valley are
being employed io tbo work of
grading aud fixing up tbo Ma
uoa road. The work has now ad
vanced far into the valley about
half a mile from John Kim's
homo. Although tho rains iu tho
valley have a tendency to inako
tho repaired parts of tho road very
muddy this Biato of affairo will
not be for long. Thin pas' will
bo Gxed so that tbo wntor ' I not
run down tho middle as . :-i-
fore but off the sides. Tin
this part is to bo rolled thoroughly.
OI.AA TOCK AIXOTJlKNT
Although no dofinito slatemoula
bo obtaiued as yet from tho
promotors it is loarnod today
that the allotment of
tho Olaa asssessablo stock will
probably be about CO 00 of tbo
amount subscribed. Mr. Dilling
ham on being asked what tho
actual snbsoiiption of tho public
w.mld amount to said h could
not tell at present, bat that tho
wholo capital stock of $5,0U0,()(J0
is over subscribed moro than
boy's Creecoot wheel 'is
See lor Hale column.
The Lehna and
Bail this afternoon.
A PURE QNkPI CRtAM Of TARTAR POWDC
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair
AtoIiI Hiking Pomlon containing
nluui. Tliejr are Injurious to health