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Is worth Investigating.
You Will Find it in the Bulletin.
Yol. VI. No. 1233.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1899.
IN THE RAILROAD YARDS
FOURTH OF JULY ORATOR
THE IMMIGRANTS TO TIMOR
GRIST FROM THE COURTS
WILL GRANT THE CHARTER
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tlve of War. v
The Oahu 11. It. yards prosont
t a lively and interesting scono at
the presont time. This morning
tho new Baldwin ton-wheeler loco
motive was laudod from tho Cur
tis mid is now iu tho machine
shop. Master Mechanic Roberts
states that tho monster is of tho
Bnme grndo and cdibreas the
''"Waiftlua and that Koine new
foaturea suogested utter dux
thought ly Mr. Dilliughara nud
himself haro been introduced in
its general oouatrueion, aud iu
bis opiuiouit is the mosteoniplpto
for freight and passenger service
to bo found anywhere It will be
at least a mouth before it will be
s Thoae engines nro to be tho
(standard on all linos in IheLdands
'and will bj introduced on tho
' Hilo toad.
Another now fentti'o introduced
iu the shorn in tho McOabo
Double spintllo lathe. This is snid
to be tho nemo of inn
dorn mechanical nit, as it com-
bines in one machino, two sizes
that arc commonly naed for light
and heavy work. Mr. Roberta
has already placed thrso lathes on
the Hutohinnon Co. plantation at
Honokaa, Hawaii, tho Honolulu,
Oalm and Waialna plantations.
Thore aro at pro3ut 8000 tons
of freight at tho sovoral wharves
awaiting transportation on tho
Loudon, June 11. At the clo30
of play today tho cricket match at
Bradford botweon the Australians
and the Yorkshire driven, tho
homo team had Bcored 273 runs
for nine wickets down in thoir
second inniuga, nud tho match
! was dtclawd drawa at an early
-.hour in order to allow the Austra
lians to roach Inndo-t for the sec
ond toit match with an all-England
eleven which Ingius tomorrow.
Messrs. J. T. Waterhouse de
sire to notify their customers
and 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 of their
good will to the Corporations
succeeding us, and of which we
The Grocery and Provision
business will be continued at our
present stand, Bethel street, and
the Hardware andCrockery stock
will be moved to the stores of
the Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Bethel street. (Signed),
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dated Honolulu, May 28th, 1899.
United States Congressman F.
W. Mondell of Wyoming has been
prevailed upon by the Fonrth of
July rommittoi to extend his
visit in tho islands aud delivor the
address of the day at tho literary
exorcises in tho Ouorn IlnuEc.
Ilalmra Itonil .lory.
Tho road jury e insisting ot tho
following, returned from tho Aien
road lato yesterday: Qoj Camp
bell, H M von Holt, Oscar White,
Charles Lucas, Frank Hostile, E
0 Winston. Those mon woro ac
companied by Superintendent of
I'uolio works liowell and Mr
Lovekiu, ropresontativo of I he
Bishop Estate Deputy Marshal
Hitchcock conducted tho party.
Tho jury will meet Saturday
moruiug to finish up the work
preparatory to raakinu a r.'port to
tho Minister of tho Iuterior.
fallen Conrt Notci.
There were only throo casos in
tho Police Court this forenoon
nnd tlieso wero put over until
later dates. Honry RubuoI and
Ohas. Faria were charged with
larcony in tho second degree by
entoring a OhiucBO storo and tak
ing raonoy therefrom. It 13 un
derstood that anothor man, not
yet arrested, is implicated. L. P.
Fanning was up ou the eamo
charge hn having been supposed
to have taken $12 from tho Tram
Klnixle Tax In .tllcliltfim,
Lansing, Mioh., Juno 14. Ap
plication of tho siuglo tax to Mi
chigau cities ecciped onnetrmut
by the Michigan legislature today
by only ouo vote. A bill provid
ing for Ruhmission to the peoplo
of any city tho proposition to
assess city tares upon tin land
valno upou petition of 2') per cent
of tho taxpayen of tho city, which
had pasiecttho Sonatc, was defatt
ed in the IIouso by a voto of 50 to
11, 51 baiug a majority.
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Local Portuguese Form a Preliminary
Favorabla Information Obtained From a Re
cent Visitor Appeal lo Portugal
Tho Timor immigration schema
has been rovivcd iu tho losal
Portuai'BO colony and it is prob
able that iu tho not far distant
futuro agool uurabor of Portu
guese mny leavn Hawaii tor tlio
islan I domain of Portugal.
Tho leaders in tho soheino havo
not dono much activo work ou
account of not having authentic iu
formation. About a mouth ago.
however, a First Lieutenant of
tho Portuguese navy passed
through Honolulu on his return
homo from Timor where he bud
served on a osm mission ongagod
iu Hotlling a boundary dispute be
twoen Ilollaud and Portugal.
Ou his arrival hero tho loaders
obtained tho information they
wanted. Ho had traveled through
out the islaud and described its
soil and ro3ourceB very fully.
The island has good agricultural
lauds and tho higher lauds aro as
healthy and productive as Hi
waii. Immense tracts of land
easily cultivated aro available, id no
opportunities for mining gold,
lead, 03al of the bast kind nnd
thero arooxtonsivo oil fields whoro
the natives havo been burning the
o.il for tou yenrs pa t.
A full description of the advan
tages offered ut Timor was pub
lished in tho O Luto last week
and Sunday a mating of Portu
guese was held at which timo the
Timor Portuguese Colonization
Company was orgauiV.ed. This
company will bo incorporated in
Portugal iu order to Bccuro the
bonefits derived by Portuguee
oi'izons. At this raeoting 11)0
members pledged $50 each, mak
ing ?CO0(J ns n fund for the pro
liminary work of tho association.
Tho preliminary ofllcers olocted
aro J. M Vivas, president, and n
treasury board, A. G. Silvn, Jr.,
J. M. Yivna aud J. S. Itamos
Tho Portuguese govurumont
gunrantoos free transportation
from Hawaii, tomporary accorarao
dations on arrival, fond, material
for tho construction of cabius,
and tho immediately uoccsjary
It is not sottlcd yot whatamouut
of laud will bo given each family.
Tho company will request C00
aores, tho free exploitation of
mines, a goueral exemption from
taxes and duties on goods used by
tho company, an exolusivo fran
chise for building a railroad to the
interior and in lieu of the conces
sions nlroidy grantod will ask fir
cash bo that tho company can buy
iU houses alroady constructed and
tho ncco3sary agricultural implo-
mouH in tho United States or
Mr. Vivas a leading promoter
said this morninc, "The reaion
tho Portuguese am taking up this
plan so generally ii because of tho
action of certain plantations.
Tuny aro tryiug to freoza out the
small Portuguese plautera. The
Portuguese see littlo chance here
of getting ahead iu tho future
Each member of tho Association
formo I can raise 8300 for tho pro
jeot and flomo of thorn have thous
nnds of dollars at thoir command.
We shall now wait to hear from
our government to learn what ad
ditional concessions can bo ob
There was n reunion of tho
Widemnnn and Maofarlane fami
lies at tho Waikiki home of Mr.
aud Mrs. Fred. Macfarlano last
night. Th) occasion beinu n celn
hratinn of tho twonty fifth anui
veraary of tho marriaoe of Mr.
and Mrs. Heury Maofarlano.
I'hcro wero iu all about thirty
Supreme Court Work is Progressing
Cases Beforo Judges Pirry and Stanley
Aloha Cotfeo Co Mailer Taken
In tho Supremo Couit this
morning the case of Haua va. Pio
neer Mill O). was argued and sub
mitted. N. L. Scott vs. J. K. Nnlinlo
was takou up at tho closo of tho
former caeo nnd will continue this
Judgo Perry has taken the caso
of John Ii Eatato . Mrn. Helen
Boyd under alvisomont.
Satisfaction of judgmont iu tho
case of the Pacific Mercantile Co,
vs. Oiliforuia Wine Co. ha) been
Judgo Stanloy has renderod
judument for tho sum of $500 and
interest in tin case of M. A. P.
Ris vs. A. F. Franca.
In Iho ca90 of Fanny Straunch
va Papaikaniau Iatikea for speci
fic porforinaiico Judgo Perry has
issued a temporary writ of iujuno
tion as proyod for by plaintiff
Writ to issue upon complainant
Gling nn approvod bond in tho
.sum of $500.
Judge Stauloy rendered a deci
sion in the case ot VaHConcelle;) vs.
Wilson & Whiteh mss t-uitaiuing
tho appeal of plaintiff, and remit
ted tho ciie to tho District Court
for further proceedings.
Judgo Stanloy his takou the
caso of Nichols vo. Aloha Coffee
Co. under advisement.
A NUHSPAPKII IMUfY.
A party of h half dozou of tho
nowspnper meu of tho city wero
vory ploasautly ontortaiuod by
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Macfarlano
aud Miis Macfarlaue at their
cottage, Waikiki Annex, yes'orday
atternoon, tlio occasion lioiug the
"wotliug"of a handsoma loviug cup
prosonted to Mr. nud Mrs. Mno
farlauo by the omployes of tho
Uawuiiau hobd. As Mr Maofnr
lano was from '71 to 70, a uiom
bei of IliJ ro,)ortorial staff of tho
Advertiser ho felt that he should
show tho newspaper men some
upeoial work of courtuny on tho
ovout of tho twonty fifth nunivor
sary of his marring0. What moro
appropriate than to initiate tho
As this handsome piea of
silversmith's handiwork was pass
cd around tho room mauy happy
toaits were male Mr. and Mrs.
During the afternoou, sevoral
pictureB of tho uowpnper party
wero takon by Davey as souvenirs
of tho occasion. The newspaper
moa loft thanking the kind hott
and hoBtess for the happy timo
givon them. Those who went out
iu the wagonptto to Waikiki wore
Alatnu T. Atkinsou of tho Star,
Edmnnd Norrio of the Indepen
dent, Ed. To who of tho Advortieer,
Fruuklin 11. Austin of tho Hawai
ian Weekly and W. It. Furring
tou nud Win. H. Coney of th"
Al.ASU.VN IIODNUM1V AITAIIt.
London, Juno 1-1 United Slates
Ambassador Guoatn has received
from tho Foroigu Office a commu
nication ou the Alaskan question,
which, it is understood, is a satis
factory tomporary arrangoment of
Tho ollicials of tho Foreign
Office, while unwilling to discuss
tho details, nssuto the Associated
Press that tho Alasktu dilliculties
are practically smoothed over un
til tli4 meeting of tho High Com
mission in August.
Tho Board of Healthwill buvo
a special meeting this nfter
nnon to consider various import
Cabinet Discusses Application of Hilo-Ho-
nolulu of Railway Company.
Musi Bo a Re-draft Attorney Smith Agrees lo
Alteratlons-Cnango of Name-Oilier
Mailers Acted On.
A moetiiig of the Cnbinet was
hold this forenoou for tho consid
eration of tho Hilo-Honolulu rail
way mattor. Before beginning on
this work Pre-tident Dole and Iho
Ministers disenssed tho plague.
Attorney W. O. Smith wns pre
sent for tho propooed railwaj
company. Thero was a discussion
on his part and tho part of tho
Miuistors of the draft of tho char
ter and it was docidod by tho lat
ter that several changes would
havo to bo made beforo acting
finally. Tho draft was thoreforo
handed back to Mr. Smith who
was instructed to meet with tho
Cabinet Monday forenoon for fin
al sottloraent of tho matter. Mr.
Smith has consented to the
changes made by tho Cabinet and
it is an assured faot that the char
tor nud contract of tho company
will be granted.
Tho compauy has nppliod to
tho Interior Department for a
change iu the namo from tho Hi
lo Honolulu U It Co. to tho Ko
hnlii & Hilo It It Co. This mat
tor came up in tho Cubinet meet
iug this morning but uothiug wns
done. Action will bo takeu ut the
II It Macfarlano was uivtu per
misBion to tnke out a wiuo and
beer liconeo for Kohala iu tho
placoof aspirituous liquor license.
Tliia whh at tho petitioner's own
requoat nccnuipauio.l by a state
ment that tho latter liconso had
been placed eo high that tho Ko-
liali House liaii boon ruu nt a loss
xuo uamuet auiuonzeu Borne
balanco of apnronriationa for tho
suio and parallel roads at Ulaa
amouuiiug to sometuing ovor
bupnnlondent Brown, of tho
City Water Worki roporls tho
following work ns having beou
dono nud iu progross:
On Punchbowl streot from the
head of Emma stroot a twolvo
inch pipo bus baen laid along
Wilder avonue to Keeaumoku
street and the old six inch pipe
taken thcrofrnm hu bojen rolaid
on Kfoaumoku nudKowalo stroets
A new 8 inch pipo has boon
laid on King stroot from Thomas
Siinaro to Sunny South, and from
Sans Souoi a now 8 inch pipo hnH
Deou laid around Knpinlaui Park,
nnd tho old -linch pipo taken from
King street is heiim rolaid oround
Diamond Hond to Kaaluwai.
Some old 1 inch pipe
after boing cleaned hos been
relaid on tho King ntroet
extenoioti bnyond tho Waikiki
road. In all about 10,0:10 fopt of
now pipo has boon laid and a
large quantity of old pipo takou
up is being clenned and will bo
utilized as nccanion demands.
Tin: l'our ai.iiiiut.
The overdue freight steamer
Port Albert is not oxpeoted here
beforo tho 28th or 29th instant.
Henry Watorhousa it Co receiv
ed tho first tiows of Iho biouking
down of tho 6tenmer's machiuery
soon aftor leaving Sau Francisco,
from the Bullktin'h exclusivo iu
formatiou in yestorday's issue.
"Wo havo received uodespatches
relative to tho Port Albert," said
Mr. Wutorhouse. "Sho can't gbt
hore for four or five days. Ao
cording to your despatch, wo ox
pect her about tho middlo of next
Dr. Lejds Says His Government Will Con
tinue to Make Concessions lo the
London, Juno 11. Though Iho
Bonoationnl papers aro making
much of the bluebook on tho
Transvaal negotiations issued la&t
night, iu which the British High
Commissiouor nt South Africa,
Sir Alfred Milner practically de
clared it a caso of British iuter
vontion in thp Transvaal, beyond
doubt tho reply of tho Secndiuv
of Stale for tho colouioj, Mr.
Jo3oph Chamberlain to tho peti
tion of tho Uillanders, removes
many apprehonBions. The text
bIiows it did not contain threats,
concerning which may rumors
wero olloat", and domoiihtrates that
thero is thereforo, still timo for
tho dispatants to arrange a com
promise, of whioh signs nro not
futicvoloni Will Omitliiuo.
Brusaols, June M. Dr. Levdt.
tho repreaentativo in Eurono of
tho Transvaal Itonuhlic. received
today tho following: conciliatory
despatch from Pretoria:
"Tho Government does not
mako arbitration n condition of
conceESious. It will continuo to
mako concessions, oven ns regards
tho franchUe, independently of
Great Britain's acoeritanco or
uou-acceptanee of arhitration."
I'ri'm Jos 4'nttino.
By the lust atoamor frou tho
Or iont Ohna. Graue of tho Adver
tiser busino-is ollico rooaived a lot
tor from Joa Oaatinn stating Hint
tho littlo schooner which carried
him back to hi native laud of
Guam rando the trip iu '27 days.
Ho further states in the letter
that cverytliiim is in good condi
tion and tho people waiting very
impatiently for tho United Statos
Government to take hold of tho
place. Tho people nro very glad
to have Undo Sam for a protec
tor. Murij ue PI re.
The wo Iding of Miss Laura L.
Pires and J. D. Marques will tnko
place in tho Portuguese Protest
nnt church this evening, tho ltov.
A. V. Soaies, assisted by Rev. O.
H. Guliok,ofiioiating. Miss Ada
Whitnoy will be uiaid-oMiouor
and Fred Angus, best man whilo
J. S. Mnrquea Jr. and A. A. Car
reira will act as ushers. After the
coromony the nowly niarrirxl
couple will drive down to Penrl
City to spond a week's honoy
moon. Xo cards will be issued.
(Hi oil lltiilnrii.
Under tlm capable nianngo
mout of Abraham Fernandez tho
Uawaiinu Haidwiro Oumpniiy ia
doiug n greatly iiie'cns.'d iutor
islaud businoiin. No lly all tho
old stock hns been disjinsod of
and new fchipm'uta am beincrc
coived by each nteamcr and sailing
vessel from tho Coa-t.
a runt onirt crcam or TnTn rowoo
Highest Honors, World's Fall
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair
AtoIiI linking I'otTiIirs rontalalnf
luu. Tlifjrnro Injiirlmn lo lienltb.
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