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The Bulletin Keeps ot the Top o? the Ladder o? Progress and Popularity.
Vol. VI. No. 1-233.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, MAY 20, 1899.
KAUAI ELECTRICAL POWER
HOLT PREMISES SECURED
G, A.R. MEMORIAL SERYICEOLAA SECURES MORE LAND
THE McBRYDE SUGAR CO
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ASSESSABLE STOcFYaLOE I
Pronio'er Dillingham and At
torney Kuiuiy admitted on Fri
day that the item in tbo MoBryde
Sugar Co. prosprctus, " Paid up
lease, for toim of 2 I yenrs walor
power 1 0110 horeo power, So0, Oil,"
related to the development of
electrical power from the Hna
pepo fails and the streams of Ko
ula of which exclusive new wan
piveu in tlio IJuLLEl'lN soemweeks
since. Mr. Iviuuoy said tnee. is
SfiOOOiu the Ire iury ready to
turn over to F. J. CroiB and his
associated when tlioy plaoo the
leass of tliis power in our liaudu.
F. J. Cross, tho electrician,
when Been said that he and hi
associate hud secured from Gay
aud 11 ihitisnu a contract to loaso
this power for twenty joire.
"ll wiim our fust intention to or
ganizt a power comp-uiy develop.!
the falls and sell the poner to
such plantation ns d'sired it for
pumping and lighting purposes.
Mr. Dillingham got wind of it iiud
made us au offer which was ac
Among tho men associated in
the Cross syndicate nro F. H. Mc
Slooker, Mr. Silluutu and J. A.
TIih Ail a in"
Icavo Uilo Bay
lu lll'o liny.
ship Adams will
on Juno 8th f r
Tho A 1 tins arrived in Uilo Bay
on Fuday afternoon, where alio
wi 1 remain until buo leaves for
Several ot h r olliors aro well
acquainted in Uilo, The follow
iug i a li&t of these gentlemen:
O.inmrtiiiler G M Uook, U S N,
Lieut (Jowd, Thulorin I' titer,
ex cntive olliu'i; Id-oit IjM Wool,
navigator; Li-ut M L Dnnti'iigh;
i n-iu'iiH, S l' Ful'inwid r, S V
"Gialmiii, 0 E lylainl. I A lv.ir
no; piy master, J E Cm; o-ha;
lain, J P Fritter; iidsijtuut mi -genu,
R I Orvia.
Til" Adam llns 13 I app'i'ii'icoi
aboard, and a crew of 10 men.
She hails from M.w labia i liiy.
K AT WATERHOUSE'S: $
,- ao' cb- ' Hf fc- fc - ' sa- se ssf
Anderson's Delicious Soups,
Fanciest China Crockery
ITOXT'IjT-. FI3STD THCE3M: A.T
W AT ERHO USE'S
,AVERLEY BLOCK, BETIinL STREET
The Holt premi'op, bnck of Hip
Fort Street school, lias at last been
secured by the Government and
now the school mentioned will
have lidded to its grounds this
much coveted piece, after which
tho Department of Public Ipstruo
tlou has been striving for at least
a dozn years back.
This piece of work was accom
plished within tho pant two days.
As an exchajjjje lor the lot tho
G .vernmont nurees to givV'nTfine
pii-ce of land on Riclmrds idroet
allot her on Foi t and 3dh0 in ciirIi .
1 lit iimlt'T was reported by the
M uister of Public Instruction at
a Cub'i e meetiug hell this morn
ing anil was acted on favorably.
CO. llINS OOI.
Co. G oE the. N G. II. was again
defeated by Co. B nt the Kakaako
butts Saturday afternoon. Hie
semes, however, wore much closer
than at thn first match, the natives
making 752 and Go. li, 775, a
difference- of 23 poiuts. Follow
ing i-t Hie score in detail:
Co. B Lieut Wiuant 41. Sergt
Riloyl'2, Serut Kilhoy 41, Corp
J hui-ou 41, Corp FrnRher .19, 1'r
Bellma 37, Pr Kiloy 80, Pr Olsen
40, Pr Peachy 42. Pr Rives 40
(tot-tlof 40'2 lor first ten mouj;
Lii-ut Cotlrell 33, Sergt Frnzier
37, Corp Gorman 33, l'r Alherl
boii 35, t'r Logau 34, Pr Lyle 37,
lr Maguire 37, Pr Mitchell 37,
Pr My uro 42, Pr Ward 41 (total
of 373 for second ten men). Grnud
t't'jil, 775 Highest score, Serut
Kilbey, -M; Lowest, Pr Logan 31.
C i. G Kaanoi 35, llao 112, Nu
kmiiii 39. K-a 3S, Liwai 39, Slier
wood J Mort-o 37, Jas Morne
40, Fii In 3li, Cutnniius 43 (total of
37d lor liibt ten men); Captain
Wileox 43, Kahipio33, Mahoney
3S, Mih-ia 21, liealtthii 33, kar
rat'i 39, Lieut R i 39, Kuliko 4 ,
Wiillac-41, Koi 33 (total of 374
forsmo d tea men). Grand total
752. IHuhe-t scoro, Cantain Wil
cox, 43; Lowest, Mahoe, 21.
Uy winning Saturday's match
Co. 13 uola a fifty dollar medal
from C . Q.
Geo. W. De Long Post and Visiting
Comrades Hake Large Parade.
Special Musical Program by
Rev. W. A. Gardner
The annual memorial church
parade aud services of Geo. W.De
Long Post, G A. It., took pi ice at
tho Chri-itiau (hiirch yo-tenlny
evening. There w re many vi-iting
cnmtad-'B in the mu-t-r, making it
the largest turnout in some year
More than thirteen veterans and
eight or ton sout of veteran
marched into the seat resorvml
for the piraders in the front. The
rest of tho congregation crowded
The platform and ilc-k were
tastefully decorated with Americ
an 11 igs aud HonorH, and there
va tho usual array of woipoti of
war ntacko I before the p'atforni
Mrs. Geo. E. Biiardmin superin
tended the work ot decorating at
very short notice.
Professor Cook, organist of the
church aud a G. A R. mau lie
si les, had a goo I program of mu
sic, including (wo hymns of his
own composition. "America" was
snug by choir and congregation nt
Rev. Y. A. Gardnpr, who is a
member of the G. A R , pn-acln d.
The central t ought of thn sermon
win that God had over-iulel
event to mak- the American na
tiou the ciibt d'au ot human ft-o-dmu.
When the cnlmit, win
had crossed th) hoi to iiud a plnee
i where they might enjoy religion
liberty, armed ih m-eU'es to en-
fnrcrf their rights they di I ut in-!
toud to cut loose from lb" mother
country. Many of the 1 id-ru
wept when th-y fun ml it inevitable
that they must light tho old 11 ig
Again, at t tie outbreak of ihe
civil war, tlio Xsoitli (-piaug to
arms to eave th" Union It was
not to abolish slavory The
North had been really lo concede
everything to the South mi that
question. Scareely anyihinu' but
reverses attended tho Union Arms
until Lincoln itud the emmici
pation proclamation. Then Julia
Vaid Howe wrote tho liumnttal
"Batiln 11) mn of tin R 'public,"
th soldier at the funit htruck up
John Brown's L$ody,"and tliunu
forward tho Htruggle was for
human liberty. aud equality, aud
the double cause went hwiuuiug
on to ultimate triumph in saving
the Union aud making it free in
'The fatherlx.ol of God aud
the brnthurhood of tunii," was the
motto on which the imtioii s'.o'id.
It r-mbolied the pnuo plo f ii
which tho war with S.jaiu wa
'Iheio wa9 another great oueuiy
assailing the nation, vwi'ch des
troyed more inon than all thrf ua
lion's battle. "King Alo diol"
wiia that enemy, nnd tile proacher
gave soiiiu ligures of the destiuc
tiou wrought bv drink
'I hi Oriliri4iii.
The number of adtilis standing
duiinu Satniday evening's pei
foriuauce ngain gave evidi-me
that the populirity of this house
is steadily in the ascendant. Thn
farce "A 8l",00l) ll.nuty" t-li I
holds high favor, all the parts be
ing taken with great spirit. Misk
Violet D tin as the marble statue
wns a pleasiiiL' attraction, each
pose made showing the graceful
lines of th artist's sjmiuetr cal
liuuio. EJ. Cuutiiuuham pjr
formi d some wonderful coulorliou
feats. Gloriuo lopented her tire
qmou not, tho other mmbers of
the company outributiug uram
, Mre N'i-,v Oitrt.
During tho past month, five new
Grst class ptwsouger coaches nint
ten bos cars wero tuinul out by
the O. R aud L shops and are
now on tho roal. In a short time
iheio wdl bo five m ire ti'Bt-class
coaches and twenty box cars turL
Crop on Low Land
Manager to Appear In Two Weeks
Fifteen ILinJred biurets Wllliln
The Qlna Sugar Company has
secured about fifteen hnndre
acrs more land than is set down
in its prospectus, riiin now Iiud,
too, is nt a lo.v elevation and out
hide of the torest lands.
13ftwe-ii fi I) and u'00 acres of
the new laud Iiiib bepu puiuliai-ed
from Japanese hoi lor. The com
piny ha about coucluded uego.
tiation-, also, for Mr. fthipmanV
pnpeity, which tks in about
40UU acres instead of 3091) as slut
ell in the prospectus.
These acquisitions givo tlio com
pany between (JlllJO and 7001)
ucrs outsiile of tho foiost.
besides being at a lower elevation
than the main purli ms of iho pro
jected plantation. Thi area will be
tho first planted, it being iuteu led
to have all the new land in caue
for the liist crop. Laud is now be
ing plowed anil soed caue plautid
for tuis puapose.
Tho company lnm concluded the
piirehat-o of all tho 01 in lauds
available. A number of pieces are
yetfoutstatidiig, as the onuers are
a watting their title papers.
A manager will piolmbly be on
the ground within two weeks. II n
niiuje lbwiihhild for the nieseut
by i lie iliiecior li is expic'ed t.i
hive lfiliO Itboroi'M on the giouinl
within iw i mouths, l'ho (i.iveiu
Itllit lniH clveti peimit-slnu n Hie
, Ciiiiipauy to uet one tluoi-and Jap
auene. it is als an applicini or a
luiudred of the Italian laborers to
la introduced l ih ssocmtiju
l-in-.r ok iiAiin.
The first baseball game of the
poason was played on the M-tkiki
recreaii in grouiidstialurday alter
noon betwo-n Star and ICameha
mohn learns. After a most exciting
game the latter team finally pulled
out winner with a t-core of 8 as
against the (5 of the opp n-ing team
I'uo ortected seoto furuishe I by
the ollieial umnire wis a- f illow:
A11I1UK1, 2D J
Reiner. i 4
Hurev!. ss 4
Kekuew.i, c 4
Wise, lb 1
Leslie, f 4
OoJu-lt. ih 1
1 K.i mill, cf j
Minre. 2b ? 2
1 hoin.ison, si 5 1
G ru in, c 5 o
So.kt, ib 5 o
uivt-., tD 1 o
Kiley, cf 4 o
Dirt, rf 1 2
NiRcl Jickioi, If 4 1
I'oyu Ji;km, o .... 1 1
til liS.M.VJ .
1 3 3 5 ( 7 8 0
o 2 10000; 0-8
3 0 2IOOIO 2-5
Kninehinu'li is . .
Villllin tlllelleVtrd IjosIiu in
Percy L'shm in relievo 1 Nig-d
Jaeks in in tho H'h inning.
U trued runs Stars 2, (vims 3,
two base hits, Thompson, K11111101;
thrco base hits, Thoinpou, llnr
pecB, lvekuwa; linnie ruin, tiou ;
pinned hulls, K'dui'jua; wild
pitches, Jackson; double plays,
none: time of game, 2 hours Um
pires, Wiutor and ICeoh ikilole.
Onllimilon nf 1 iiinraii Prval,
At St. Audiow's Cathedral Sun
day morning tho Rev. Kong Yin
let was onlaiLCil n pu-st by the
Ulslinp ot nonolnlu, the llevs. V.
H Ivitcal, J. F. Lane aud W. Anl
of tho clergy ashisting. The Chi
ueso congregntion turned out well
Otuli'iklrli'a IIoish Sutil.
John Gudei kirk has sold his
horse Kihei to Rohort Valuntine
for ilUOO. This is tho groeu
horse that Iihb shown such le
markablo speed ou tho track at
Charter Granted for Tarm of
Olllccrs of Ihe New Corporation D. R.
henberg President, Mr. Dilllogbam
At a Cabinet moeting hold this
forenoon the MeBrjde tiuar O .
of Wnliiawa, Kauai, represent- il
by A MeBride and W. 1) Mc
Uryde of Kanai aud U P Dilling
ham, D P. R Isenberg and F V.
M icfarlauo of iliis city, was e. rant
ed a charter for the tit-mil term if fid
jears. The eapitnl Htoek, iiIk'-i
stated, is iJ3,5()U,()00, to b divided
into I75,Oii( sliHrs hi $li) cm h.
die company having the privil'u'i
of increahing the cnpittl stock
trorn timo to time a it shall s e
lit, up in mi amount not exceeding
S 10.(100,0 0.
Tho ollicers mentioned in tho
charter to hold oH'tco for tho lirst
j oar are as follows:
President D. P. R. Isnnborg.
Vico:President B. P. Ddliiig
hnm. Secretary F. W. Mnofarlane.
Treasnrer-E E. Paxton.
Auditor Henry Holmes.
Direct na Geo. II. Fairchild,
A. II. Wilcox, J. K. Fnrlev, A.
Melitydeaud W. D. MoUnde.
At a meeting of the Cabinet
this morning, tho appoii tment id
L) C. Winston iih a member of the
Hoird of Health in place of O A
l)r wii resiiined, wiih apiirov d.
I'll" api licalion of F. A. S'hne
fer t Co have new b md nibiti
luted for old oii-h in the uist'er ot
seventi live laborers reiontlv ur-
nvedfroui Earopn and di-tribu
tl at the E'ioIo n d llonknu
plantation and Ills Pudlii) Sogai
M II. a. granted Ji'his (hiu'
will now make the plantati int
uiiMiiioned, mid not the agent-,
S veral road mnt'ers were refer
red to Hie Survey Department.
TIim ina't-'r of the expira'i n of
tonus ofceitain Dit-t ict Mag's
trates was n ferred 1 1 the SheiilT
aud Circuit JmLo of lluw-ii.
Tho Uilo Honolulu Railway
matter wiih deferred until Wi-iIiik--da
on acotuiit of tin absence of
Attorney G-noral O oper.
flit" Sltutvlllir "t VilchH.
The liniHt showing of aidits for
a year or more wis seen outsiJe
if Waikiki Sundny afternoon
Nearly every b nit was 1 ut The
Kaikilaui, Pukii, Myiile and tlie
new boat from the Col'iiin shut
imI out lirst. Next came th- Abide
M. aud Marlon, The llealaui
went ont 11 j other boats were com
Th- Ktikilaui is th bo it th il
was bought recently from John
liJna by a litii of jotittu' f-llws
and titled up in line shape Sli
did good woik Sunday althoug'i
her cmiip native spnul rou'il not
be lijured since the jituhis tnok
different courseH. However, she
is one of th host in th- li trb r.
The new boat that arrivnl from
Ihe Co'ouies in the Alameda, vi-
out for 1 he first time, tli t to own
ers wishing to Iiud what she i
cipable of. They iuo veiy wll
please I with the win k d me on the
trial dip here. The new boat -nils
like n witch, skipping along ovi-r
the water with the utmost of ease
aud nt a very fust clip.
The yachts ran out to Diimond
Head aud thou returned to port.
The breeze wis exuellent. N-
Saturday a licet nf about light
yachts will go to Pearl Harbor re
turning Sunday afternoon.
I'lrlnif ruriy 1V1I Aiiritil,
As it is not the custom now for
the regular soldiers of the United
States t" attend th Mem trial
Day services, only the Cuing parti
md bujlors to sound "ttiis" will
ho sent out from 1I10 artillery de
tachmeut now in FT-vi li,i.,.
KilmtOlumc lm liny- tl l.ml,
Tho Ivaineham-hu S.diool bard
will lead iho DjcoratiouJ D..y
Fiiures Suomlog Arnoupt Already en
Ocr H!ne M'lllon Dollars Liable !o ba Call
ed For-Prosptct That All Ydll
M Ba N'tdeJ.
Wilson ha favored tl o
wnli the f llowi ft
of tho outstanding a-
-lati ini lit
siT-alilo sugar clinks, oil twillcll
mils are liatde to bo mudo tho
Corltil Pc.l'ilJ. AmlPill.
S 750,000 30 $ 213,000
750,000 10 75.003
1,500,000 20 joooto
320,003 30 QO.OCO
(JOO.OOO 10 Q0,0CO
075,000 10 67,500
2, '00.000 10 250,000
2.0CO OOO 30 OCO,030
l,K50,ooo 10 l85,o3
A in. S. Co. S
Wall l.i W.I
This time million and
the Hinnut subject to u ill
Imps not half ot it will be
in within a eiir, and p
much of it may never bo doiuaml
ed A has ltppi'ind in iiIit
ca-e-i, dividends maj bo pud be
foio the sliareH hi psiil ni.
III. NO Mll
At the core rt at Emm 1 Bjiia-i
Id eviiine the bin I wilt pi y
Riisstau and an Italian st 1 ct ti.
Tiiinoirow t.ft'tuoon tie bovsj
rtill pin) on th- Exeiulv.t budd
ing gri'iuds nud at L'le-i'Iont's in
the 1 veiling.
Ou Thursd.i,' evening, th usral
eoiici rt nt the Hawaiian tod rtill
A wi ekfrom Siturdav boing'h.i
bi ttid.iy , ti,o tlou. D P. R Is
''llbeig, the baud wil' go lo tint
onif of that gentl limn in Wiua
1 to in the only uiomii g. Ctptaiu
irgi inteiiis to do this in re.
eo''intion of thesemoes of A r.
Isenbirg in behalf of the band
dining the la-t Leu.tslHluro Ou
Hie way back, the baud will go to
ThhIi r for llmul In linn,
Tendeis lor ill- lonstiiiiitinn nt
a G iv-riiuii'iit road fr.nn L'inaluii
10 Hilea in the district of Kan,
Hawaii, were reciv.-d at tin In
terior Dp irt uent nt noon to lay
a fillmis: Isaio .fuliii Abu,
270S; ,T Iv. Kfliiiiila, S2I7: J II.
N aipiiilani, Sl'M'iu and S. Nak'ii,
S21,r)() The contno'i wiih awarded
to tt.o last 11 a mi ed bidder.
Only dm. tvrntl th.
Subfcrib is fin h(om in Wn'if
awi croivded Mi. 1) liiightin'a
ullice all inoiniiig nud 1 1 i ti'l.r
1101111. I'Iim piu r tn ts bit oii'
twi'iitiii li of ilieamou .t of slock
Will ( 1 ' nt .Vi'im.
All the (iovernniei t ollioiis will
close at 11 noon t uuorrow ou ac
count of M -mi rml Day.
Ah Oi has ben miestid on thij
olihrun nf lobluiy. It is iiiub r-
stood that hn has eonfe-s d to the)
th -ft fi mi the I'ome of Dr Mur
r. y of quite a nun of 1110111 y. AU
llln, the boy uoiKi' g for the doc
tor, win Ah Oi's ('.l in the nffa r.
a rune c-apc cncAM or TAHTAa powoca
HiRbest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Atolil llil.lni; I'otTil-rs rnnlil.'lng
alum, 'llioynru luJuilou lo b-atlh