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Vol. "VI. No. 121(1.
HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE Id, 1899.
PltlOE 5 OENT8.
KOEBELE AND CALIFORNIA
THE CRITERION CUP
CITY MILL COMPANY LTD
A BOYS' BRIGADE FORMED
TO SAFELY GUIDE MARINERS
k JAPANESE COFFEE MILL
l lf yfM pjrr " V T'V ' '
T. A. Rico, representing tho
Btnto Board of Horticulture of
Culifornin, met tho Board of Agri.
cultuto by appointment this morn
inn Messrs. A. Herbert, E. W.
Joidan, T. J. Kind, Wrny Taylor
nud Seoietnry Hnugha were pro
sent. Ii was moved bvj."Wray Taylor,
pec wind by T. J. King, tbt tho
Bnnrrl of Agricnltnro of tho Ha
waiian Government takes pleasure
iu instructing Prof. Albert Koe
b"le, tho entomologist, to render
nil possible nssistinco to the StHte
Board.of Horticulture of thoStati
of California, through its j-eeog.
mV.od agent, io the collection of
beneficial iuFCctfl; noy expense in
enrred in carrying out the above
instructions to ho borne by tho
State Bosrd of Horticulture of the
Btate of California, or its as jut;
that tho Board of Agriculture
communicate its action in tho
promises to tho Hawaiian Supar
Planters' .Association. This was
Mr. Rico after the raoeling ex
pressed himulf to a Bulletin re
porter n9 being highly gratified nt
the kind reception ho had rooeiv
od from tho Board and tho gen
erous manner iu which il had
made his mission a success.
The usual Wednesday evening
change of proaram lakss placo
thii evoniug. Jim Post will as
sume th loiding rolo in anew
farce entitled, "The Cotniug Mm"
Annie :iud Minnie ICanoho will
introduce some popular native
May Ashlpy, Violet Dalo, Glo-
riue and tho male member of tho
company will each appear in new
eongH and specialties.
ytvin Hllor Arrc.lril.
Five Bailors of the Himalaya
were nrrostod this morning by
Harry Evans for refilling duty.
They am now at the police btatiou.
Robert Ballontino as owner,
and his fleet horso "Amarino" as
winner, are having their names
engraved upon the "Criterion" cup
put up by Lieut. Colonel Chas. J.
McCarthy for tho one and aquar
ter mile dash at tho fifteenth an
nual meetiog of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club. "G. Haffnor, jew
elor, is doing tho engraving.
This i" the handsomest and
most costly of all the trophies of
fered for competition on the Ka
piolani pork track in recent years.
Its design is plain and symme
trical. One side Iihb a chatcd en
graving of a running raca, while
the other is receiving tho record
of the rnco for which tho cup is
the prize. Tho material is solid
sterling silver, and the
form is massive. There
are turoe Handles or tiro
fndiion set equidistant around the
bowl. This splendid pieco of
plHtn is from tho establishment of
W. K. Vnnderslice, San Fran
cisco. BICYCLE TIIIKVISS DKlVAHK.
Articles of Incorporation of New Or
ginlzithn Approved Yesterday.
Capital Stock, $69,000 -Privilege to In
crease to $120,000 Shares al $100
Oolj CblBMntn Will Be Admitted.
Twenty YonDg Hen of the City Have
Interest! d Themselves.
Tbeo. Rlcbards Chosen President at a Heeling
Held Last Night Week H E. Coleman,
The Honolulu Cycle Board of
Trade has taken up the prosecu
tion of bicyclo thieves and will
push nnyoiaus comiug to their
notioo in future with the utmost
They offer a reward of S25 to
any person who will furnish in
formation that will convict and
furnish a lawyer to attend to tho
case. Owuers of wheels who have
lost their mounts are requested to
send a description and lull parti
cular to J. W. Hnrvey at E O.
Hall & Sou or to D. E. Whitman,
Jim MuOrndy, the boat landing
olliof r, ib off on a vacation until
tho end of the mouth, having
served a year cintinuously at the
place mentioned. Jim will go io
one of tho other islands to speud
The nrtiolos of inorporation of
the City Mill Co, Ltd., wro ap
proved yesterday. The names that
appear arp as follows: Wong
Leong, C. K. Ai, W. W. Ahaus,
0. Muu Kai, Pang Ghong nnd Ho
Fou. The capital stock is $00,000
to be divided into 6')0 shares at
$100 per sharo. Tho company has
the right to inoroiso tho cipital
stock to $120,000. The officers are
Wong L"nnp, president.
O. K. Ai, vico president, trea
surer and managor.
C. Mun Kai, secretary.
W. W. Ahuna and Yeong Ohee,
Pang Ohong, foreman.
Tho company inteuds to carry
on the business of rice millers,
rice merchants, planing mill,
builders and contractors, lumber
merchants and dealers in builiiors'
and contractors' eupplios and any
other business that can be carried
ou iu connection Iherowith.
Already two buildings havo
been pu up on the property at the
corner of Queen and Knul k
streets, tho place where the com
pany intends t carry on its bmi
lies. Ouo of these will be used
for the ric mill and the other r
the pinning mill. Tho two were
started about a month ago. Tho
machinery id exufloted- hero in
about live weeks from Now York.
Seen about the matter of sub
Eorihers for stock today, onoof the
ollicers romarko.l that, bo fir, alt
the subscribers were Chiuose. A
great many white men had been
trying to get tdiares, but n yet
nouo had been issued to them.
The ollicer remarked thit he did
not beliovo nny but Gbinose would
be admitted. However, tho matter
is now under advisement.
Diamond HeadLfghthonse Completed and
Ready to be Pat in Operation.
Light May bo Seen at a.DIstance of Twenty five
Miles from Shore Capt. Cbrlsllanson
to be Keeper.
niAIIIO.NO IIKAU IIUSKIIVOIIU
Messrs. J. T. Waterhouse de
sire to notify their customers
a id correspondents that on June
1st, 1899, their Grocery and Pro
vision business was absorbed
and taken over by Henry May &
Co , Ltd., and the Hardware and
Crockery departments by the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
As our Messrs. Waterhouse
will continue to be identified with
the Corporations named, we de
sire, in thanking the public and
our patrons for past favors, to
request a continuance 01 incir
good will to the Corporations
succeeding us, and of which we
The Grocery and Provision
b js:ness will be continued at our
prer ?nt stand, Bethel street, and
the Hardware andCrockery stock
win moved to the stores of
the Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Beth ; J street. (Signed),
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Datdd Honolulu, May 28th, 1809.
Tho residents in Mm neighbor
hood of Diamond Head are to
bav4 a long felt want supplied
auil that in tho very near future.
The locution has been selooted
for tho site, and plans and speci
fications aro now uudor way, for
tho constructiou of a storage
reservoir ou tuo wo-t slopo ot
The basin will bo forly by ono
hundred nnd twenty feet, and
fouiteen feet deep with n capacity
of aliout 90J,U00 gallons mora or
It will be an olev ition of 150
feet nbovo seadovel nud water wi'l
bo supplied by tho Berrtnnia
t-troet pumping station. Water
from the new resurvoir will he
utilized whu tho pressure is so
low at Wuikiki that tho force of
water is of little use for irriga
tion. It iB not yet deciiled
whether tho work will be done by
the Government or privato contract.
Want a Purallnl Ullcb.
W. R. Ontlii, atttruoy for tho
Oommorciil Sujar Ojinpitiy, ap
pealed at n meeting of tho Cai
net this forenoon nud ntiked for
permission to ruu a parallel ditch
tiotween the present ditch uud the
ono at Haiku. The Haiku poople
will bo given a hearing in the
The defendants in tho case of
A. K Nichols' vs. tho Aloha Cof
fee Co. have filed their demurrer
to the complaint of plaintiff,
In the case of H. It. Hiichoock
vs. Hawaiian Tramways Co., the
defendants file a gsnerul denial iu
answer to complaint. '
A change will bo roado in the
management of the Queen nnd
Eaglo hotels on July let. Mr.
Victor will then ossumo charge.
For some timo past there has
been a movement on hand toward
tho formation of n Boys Brigade,
tho purpose being to consolidate
all tho boys' clubs in the oity into
one largo club with the same nim
and work. Tho last meotiug was
held last week in tho Y. M. 0. A.
at that time twenty well known
young men of the city, active in
Christian work, gave in their
names as being willing lodevoton
definito amount of timo to the
At a preliminary moating a fort
night ago a committoo was ap
pointed to draw up a constitution
lor the govorumeut of a Central
Cinmitte of the Boys' Brigade
(Oibo composed of delegates from
each of the clubs of tho city and
thoo wi ling to give time to tho
work. At last week's meeting thu
following constitution, which ex
plains fully tho subject and work
was adopted uuanimouely:
Ohj ot To unify and control
the boys' clubs of the cily that
they may nil cinduoa to growth in
Members Auy one may bo a
member who is in syrup it by with
tho object and who will devnto
detinue timo to the work under
the direction of the mniiaQemeut.
O'Heors I'hero ahall be a prea-
HeOt nud Becinlnry-trertsuroVwuoT
with a yinclp representative from
ench club and with the heads of
Iho stnudiucr committees', shall
constitute n Board of Managers.
Election Tho election of presi
dent and ecretaiy-tteaurer may
bo by ballot of members at tho
nununl meeting in June. They
shall hold ollicti for ono year at
least. Representatives of ench
club phall hti chosen by the local
management of each club. (Theeo
iHSt should bs in addition Io Iho
chnirmau of committees, notwith
standing n possible duplication of
The presidont shall preside nt
all meetings, nnd appoint mem
bers of committees after duo con
sultation aa to taste and ability.
Ho shall not for tbo Board iu
making temporary appointment
f members to hppciBc service,
subject to subsequent ratification
The secretary-treasurer shall
keep a roll of members, collect
and disbiKMe any fuuds upon ap
proval of tho Board and keop any
ininuloi or records which may bo
Committees nmv for tho present
be live, viz : Religious, euto
ttinmeut, at hi tic, military aud
iniluhlrinl. Eich committee will
ihiuhMi)! three members, includ
ing th chairman. - They will
s rvo for n year. They should
report to tho Board their iccom
Meeting- of tho Board shall bo
held monthly nt somo regular
time aud place nud at othor times,
subject to tho call of the Presi
dent. After tho adoption of the oon.
stit'itiou which perfeoted tho or
gauizition, Theo. Riahnrds was
elected presidont nnd H. E. Colo
man, eecretary-treaiurer. It was
decided that Thursday nipht
would bo the beBt timo for the
meetings of the Brigade, Frank
Damon stated that Ihuro were
mauy Chinese boys in I he Gov
ernment schools who could be
reached. Mr. Damon aUo offered
tho use of tho Chinose reading
room on Hotel street for tho meet
ings of the Brigade. Armstrong
Smith, another faithful worker
among the boys of the oity, sug
gested tho Judd street district as
Erected Near tbe Beach at
Work On Warehouse and OlDce His Begun
Machinery to Arrlre In September
S. Ozakl, the Agent.
Tbo finishing touches nre being
put on the Diamond Head Light
house today. Tomorrow it will
bo turned over to tho Government
complete in evory deU'il excepting
tho lamp which is still uud-r dis
cussion, it not yot having been
decided which would bo tho most
eQicient, electric light or kerosene.
Tbo structuro ns completed
makes quite an imposing building
nnd the stone work which has
been built in and around the
original iron superstructure gives
an appearanco of solidity to the
tower which before looked frail.
From the foundation to the
light is an elevation of CO feet tho
total elevation above sea-level be
ing 145 foet, The masoury which
oxtonds to the light chamber is of
hewu stone whito washed, nud is
distinguishable from a great dis
tance in tbodaytirae.
Surmonutiug Iho masonry is an
irou structure of two eturios tho
lower oue being a vrorkroom and
tho uppT ono containing the
tense. This room is finished in
oak the sides of course being of
plate glass fitted iuto brass saslus
Tho material adenine from France
where tho loose was mnde by
Barbier and Benard of Pnris.
The louse is a very powerful
ono ot the ird orJer. It camo in
?ecliojs au(rwa "cleverly setup
by Guy Gere of the Public WorkB
Department who has had eutire
supervision of the work of re
building. When I iu lit ol the ray
from tho lamp will bo visible from
tho dock of n ship twenty-five
miles at soa. The radius of the
whole light is 240 degrees and the
white light will bo of 180 degrees
radius. The limp whether an
eleotrio light or oil burner will be
of lOUU candlo powor.
Captain Christian, who had
charge of the lookout station dur
ing tho absence of Chas. Peterson
at tbo GoiJt, will havs chargo of
tbe light house. Charlie will re
tain his position as lookout nnd
weather observer at ' the old
CO STELLO WANT PHUO V.
Continued on Page 1.
Miko Ooetello, driver of Wela
ka Hio, feels highly indignant nt
tho charges mado that be pulbd
Mr. Cunningham's horse iu tbe
Monday race. "Whnt I want now"
aul Mr. Costello, "is for Mr.
Cuuuiughnm or any other mnu
who says I pulled the horsn to
prove that 1 did so. I Bballde
maud proof when tho Board
meets. If it can be shown that I
pulled Wela ka Hao or have ever
sold a race on this trtokor auy
other, I am willing to be ruled olT.
f I hnd sold out the race I would
have lost to Irish La-sie. That
was the horse I was sent out to
bent. I did beat her aud by so
doing 1 won a $1000 slako for tho
owner of Wela ka Hao. I t-nid
all along that 1 could bout Irish
Lnssie, but if Lmpo was good
and stayed on his feet wo could
not beat him, because hn outclass
ed any horse on tho track when in
rrr Oooili AMUd.tlon.
Articles of incorporation of the
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association,
Ltd., wore approved yesterday
the purpose of tho n"N"ciation. is
to carry on a general dry goods
uusiness. tuo capital stock is
$20,000 with the privilege of in
creasing to sou.uuiJ. me raon
mentioned in tho nrticlea of in
corporation aro bs follows: A. V.
Gear, N. Femandes, Ed war I
Hanapi, Chas. Witcoz and G. H.
Tho Eskino M Phelos carried
82,027 bags sugar value'd at 3 135,-512.
By Ojtobor next there will bo
completed a coffee mill noir the
bench nt Knilus, Koun, this to bo
built entirely by the Jnpaueso
coffeo planters of the Kona dis
trict. The agency has been given
to Mr. S Oziki who is now busy
with tho work on the place. Al
ready the warehouse and oflieo
hnvo been started ou n pieco of
laud 110x110 feet nod, as foon ns
Iho machinery at rives, the work
on the mill proper will bo started.
In epo iking uf the matter this
tnotuiug, Mr. Oziki had the foU
lowing to say:
"The Japanese coffee planters
of the Kona district havo long felt
tbe necessity of a mill of their
own right at the place where thoir
coffee is growing but havo here
tofore been unable ou account of
money matters to do more than
think of such n thing.
"Of late there has been a spe
cial effort ou the part uf influen
tial Japanese busiutss men of tho
city ns well as some hi.-li officials
iu Japnn in hohalf of the planters.
It is, of course, n well ki own fact
that many of the plamois hnvo
depnBitoJ their mouey in tho
specie hank nud that, according to
Iho rules, they hsv been uuubl
to touoh oue rent of it without reo
turning to Jap in. Iu Taut all tho
coin goes duect to Japan.
"The work of the ui'ii I mon
tionod has changed matters nud
now IhoJapaneHo planters tiny nro
nblo to get all the mouey havu do
positrd for it has been sent baok
"Immediately the pUutera
found they could get hold of thoir
money, they decided to put up n
mill nud ramie inn agout. I havo
full coutroll of the work and am
pushing matter.- along ns ouiukly
as possiblo Our machinery will
come irom the Btatos iu tune to
tako care of tho September orop
and, by working day and night
with soven or eight bauds in tho
mill, we will bo abk to turn out A
hundred bags in twenty-four
hours. I do not think that will b
a very bad record.
"There are four hundred Japi
neBB planters in Kona ami all ot
thesa ure interested iu tbo mill eo
that tboro will bo but little ex
pense on each man."
Vourlli tit July.
All Amcriiuu citizens nro aslod
to bo present nt a meeting to hi
held in tho drill bhed at 7:3J
o'clock this evening for tho pur
pose of ranking somo nrrango
ineuls for tho celebration of the
Fourth of July which now ap
proaches very closely. A com
mittee on arrangements will bo
chosen nt the mtiug. It is voty
necessary that Ihero bo a largo at
Somo special effects nro being
paiuted for the comedy nt tho
Opora Houoe on Saturday night.
puhc giupe cntAU or tartar rowoca
Highest Honors, World's Falf
Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair
Ayntil llaUluj l'lMiiIort rontnllng
uluiu. TUojr are lujurluui tohU,
)j f i k .