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Vol. VI. Xo. 1230.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, .TUNE 2G, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Gents.
FOR MAUI RACES GOOD WATER ON KIHEI
CABINET GRANTS CHARTER
PREPARING FOR FOURTH
HONOLULU BAR MEETING
THE DEAD QUEEN DOWAGER
Wailuku, Maui, Juno 24. Tho
horses entered for tho coming
Fourth of July racoa at tho Kahn
lui Track nro being trained in
earnest. Tho ontriea woro closed
last Thursday and some of tho en
Free for all Ohas. 8., Daylight
. and Creole.
Pony Rnco (half mile dash)
Mikimiki Maru, lim Girl, and
Threo quartor-mile dash Billy
0, Lightning, Darkness and Emin
Trotting 230 clnsj Obaa. S,
MoKiuley and Daylight.
Mile freo for all Emin Boy,
RedPike, Dandy.Kai and Warren.
H Trotting 3:20 class MoKinley,
Lightning and Black Eaglo.
-1 Quartor mile St. David, Manu
Kina, Charlie, Lightning, Dark
ness and Emin Boy.
Mule race Sweet William, Pii
holo, Oahu and Kickapoo.
Thora are two ontriea for tho
. bioycle race but more aro oxpoct-
ed to enter this race on tho Fourth.
The Healanin wore mado joyful
yesterday by what is considered a
very lucuy omon. a uiaoK pussy
cat has takon up its abodo in tho
club bouse and made friends with
each of tbo membjrs thero as
sent bled yesterday. A blaok cat
coming of ita own accord to a
house is of course lucky but
A when it comBS beariug a ribbon
of tho same shade as tho colors of
n rival club it is considered as a
creat good omon.
Tho cat was appropriately de
corated with tho bluo and white of
the Healanis and before tho as
' sombled members was christened
"Way nuff" by the captain.
Snreckelsville plantation has
captured from Ewa tho record in
the matter of grinding for ono
day. This was dono not long
since, the output for ono day be
ing 1C2iV tons. Their beet for tho
week was 825 tons.
Eihei plantation is, all rijht Hllo
Artosian water has been struck on
tho higher lands of tbo company
about two miles from tbo sea
shore, and stockholders are wear
ing jubilant faces.
From W. J. Lowrie and others
who arrived from Maui yesterday
it is learned that the artesian
strata .was tappod ot a depth of 220
feot.or twenty feet below sea level.
Abundance of water is assured
and tho water is of - tho very best
quality. J. S. McCandless, who
is in cbargo of tho well-boring
operations at the plantation, was
unablo to givo tbo exact capacity
of this experimental well on Sat
urday as bis steam pump was not
in good order and tho pump could
not be run at fall speod. How
ever, a trial run ot tno pump at
slow speed demonstrated a flow
of HoU.UUU gallons in ii Hours, tuo
water in tho pipo being only low
ered eight inches by tho extraction
of that volume of water, Mr. fllo
Candlcss will havo his pump in
good order by today, and will
make a thorough test wbioh will
demonstrate tho full capacity of
tho new well. This will bo dono
today, and Mr. McCandless will
probably return tomorrow and
make bis report to the company.
With tho success attending this
experimental well, it would seom
that tbo futuro of tho Eihei plan
tation is placed beyond doubt, as
it is only a question of boring as
many wolls as la required, in
deed, it is said, the McCandless
Bros, have fully two years work
ahead on this plantation alono for
ono of their well-boring plants,
under contracts already entered
It is neodless to say that tho
stock of this company is already
on the upward bound, and predic
tions are freely mado that Eihei
will make as good a showing as
Ewa and Oahu have done.
Tbo yacht Marion, Capt. Light
foot, was out for a sail yesterday.
A largo party including several
ladies was aboard.
Kohali Railway's Petition Acied
on Favorably Today.
Will Take Place This Aflernoon-A
Ditch for Sprcckelsvllle Peacock
Retail Liquor License Hatter. ,
Grtat Work Belog Done on Floats
Committee Work Goes ou Apace Fireworks
Will be of the Best-Literary
Tho meeting of tho Cabinet
hold thia morning lasted until
closo upon 1 o'clock this after
noon. The principal Horn was the
Hilo and Eohala Railway matter
After a very long discussion it
was unanimously decided to grant
tbo amended contract and charter
as applied for recently. This
will be signed this afternoon.
Tho privilege wob granted
Spreckelsvillo plantation of mak
ing another ditch, this to bo high
er up than too present one.
Another matter that occupied
considerable of tho time of the
Cabinet was the potition of W. O.
Peacock for a rotail liquor license
for Waikiki. This question has
been before tho President and
Ministers for somo time past.
Although no decision was arrived
at this forenoon, it is learned on
tbo vory best authority thu Gov
ernment favors tho granting of
such a license.
Several roatino matters wero
discussed but no aotion taken.
NT. ANTIIONV SCHOOL KXICUCISKS.
Committee of Fife Appointed to Draft
CoDStitutlon and By-laws.
Judge Davison Called to the Chair D. H. Case
Elected Secretary Resolution by Mr.
Gear Next Meeting Wednesday.
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
i 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
ood 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
A will be moved to the stores of
the Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Bethel street. (Signed),
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dated Honolulu, May 28th, 1899.
Wailuku, Maui, June 24. Tho
closing exorcises of St. Anthony's
school ((Jatnoiic) under tno man
agement of Brother Frank and his
two assistants camo ou last Wed
Tbo pupils wont through oral
exercises in mathematics, algebra,
book-keeping, sixth reader, gram
mar and composition very-credit-
ably. The building was orowdod 1
with parents of pupils and visit
ors, and all wero highly pleased
with what they saw and heard.
Tbo long program was well rend
Tbo reoitation by F. Sylva, a
wee bit of a lad of seven summers,
and entitled, "Old is Bettor Thau
Now" was well delivered and tho
little obap recoivod tho well de
served plaudits of bis hearers.
Tho program consisted of thirty-
two numbors equally divided be
twoen members of tho primary,
intermediate and senior depart
monts and woro all well rend
orod. On tho following day,
Thursday, the closing of the exor
cises of girls' school under the
Sisters were held in their own
sohool bnilding and it also drew a
large numbor of tuo parents ot tuo
pupils. Tho exercises wore like
wise good and above tho ordinary.
Their singing was excellent espe
cially the pronounciation of the
little ones. The visitors woro
highly pleased with tho exercises.
Htr. Win Again.
Tho Artillery baBoball team met
with another defeat at tho hands
of tho Star toam Saturday after
noon, the score being 13 to G. Tho
soldiers played a vory poor game
from beginning to ond. Tho score
by innings is as follows:
Star 2 3 12 12 0 0 2-13
Artillory..! 3000200 0 G
Their Sllvar Wetlillnj;.
Thoro wore a large number of
friends present at tbo silver wed
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
O. H. Eluegol at their homo
Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Jt P. Winno and Mrs. Taylor,
mothor of Mrs. Kluogol, assisted
in receiving tho guoets. Thoro
woro over two hundred people
presont. The presents were
numorouB and appropriate.
Tho frequent showers wo aro
having now aro called "applo
showers" by tho natives, because
thoy hasten tho riponing of tho
ohias, or mountain apples, the
first of whioh for this season mado
their nppoaranco in tho markot
Tho numerous committeos on
the celebration for tbo Fourth of
July aro busily engaged, each en
deavoring to excel the othor in tho
success aud attractiveuees of its
foaturo. Tho parado promisea to
bo an event that will meet the ex
pectations of all, and well worthy
of the occasion. The parade com
mittee has Col. Jones for its chair
man atiu a triumpu is assured
undor bis able direction. Colonel
Jones has announced that tbo,
committee offers prizes for tho
parado as follows:
Best decorafed bicycle $is oo
Second best decorated bicycle to oo
Third best decorated bicycle 5 00
Fourth best decorated bicycle 5 00
Fifth best decorated bicycle 2 50
Sixth best decorated bicycle 2 50
Best decorated tandem 10 00
Best decorated f 50 00
Second best decorated 25 00
Most original 50
becond most original 25 00
Rest decorated Are enclne 40 00
Second best decorated fire engine... 20 00
HACKS AND PUBLIC VEHICLES.
Best decorated t 20 00
Second best decorated 15 00
Third best decorated 10 00
BUSINESS AND DELIVERY WAG
ONS. Best decorated $ 25 00
Second best decorated 20 00
Third best decorated 15 00
Fourth best decorated 10 00
Two official floats .highly decor-
atod will also Ggure in tho parade.
Pollard and Arnold havo tuo
contract for tho two triumphal
arches and the ofhoial floats, as
well as tbo decoration of public
buildings aud the decorations of
tho building in wmoti tuo Dan is
to bo hold.
Tho triumphal arches will boolo
gant structures and aro being got
ten up in tho most arti6tio and
Ono will call to mind Manila as
it is approached from ono direc
tion, with tho names of those
gonorals who have mado thom-
Bolves famous in that connection
emblazoned across tho top. From
the othor direction this arch will
roprosont Santiago de Cuba, hero
also will tho names of famous
soldiers be remembered.
Tho other triumphal arch will
bo symbolical of Hawaii noi; over
tho arch tbo sbiold of Columbia
stands out togothor with that of
Hawaii, and above those tho
standards of tho two countries
mingled their folds.
The official floats will also re
presont America and Hawaii; that
of Hawaii being a largo shell in
whioh some appropriate grouping
will artistically carry out tho
Major McCarthy has chargoof
the sports, tho ovont of which
will bo a match game of basoball
between the Stars' and tho Kama,
Arrangements aro also boing
mado for a horso racing program.
A two railo dash between Sym
pathetic Last, Amarino and
G&rtoliuo will probably be tho
chief ovont of the latter program.
Mr. Kennedy has charge of tbo
firoworks, and it goes without say-
ng that this departmont ot the
celebration could not bo m moro
capable or oxporionced hands.
Tho following is a list of the
On Hall Col. John H. Soper,
Captain J. F. Merry, Colonel Will
E. Fisher and "W. O. Achi.
Refreshments J. A. Oilman,
O. J. Folk and 0. A. Graham. .
Invitations Dr. Grossman.Gol
onel Sopor, Sam Parkor, W. Port
or Boyd, F. 0. Smith and Qeorgo
Floor Sam Parkor, Qeorgo 0.
Portor, F. 0. Smith and Qeorgo
MuBio and Programs Goorge
H. Paris and Fred. 0. Smith.
Arrangements for Lying In State
Home and Churcrj.
Announcement by Princes David Kawacani-
koa and Cupid Kalanlanaole Body To
Be Removed to Kawalabao Church.
At a mooting of the mombors of
tho Bar of Honolulu in tho Su
premo Court chambors Saturday
afternoon, thero woro presont the
following: Judgo Davidson, Mr.
Case, Mr. Humphroys, Mr. Hen-
shall, Col. Little, Mr. Cayploss,
Mr. Gear, Mr. Marx, Mr. Achi,
Mr. Correa, Judgo Wilcox, Mr.
Davis, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Dole,
Mr. Wildor, Judgo Robertson, Mr.
Ohillingwortb, Mr. Stewart, Mr.
Cathcart, Mr. Parko, Mr. Vivas,
Mr..Ballou, Mr. McOlanaban.Mr.
Wright, Mr. Han key, Mr. John
son, Mr. Clark, Mr. Berry.
Judgo Davison was called to the
ohair and D. H. Caso was olectod
secretary. At tbo requost of the
chair, Mr. Humphroys who with
several othor attorneys wore active
in tbo matter of calling tho moot
ing, stated the object of tho meet
ings being tbo organization of a
Such Bar Association was for
tho promotion of good fellowship
among memoors 01 tno liar, dis
cussion of rules of practice, or
ponding legislation affecting the
Bar and courts of the Islands and
tbo discussion of such othor mat
ters as might properly bo discuss
ed by such an organization.
Aftor discussion a committee of
five membors of tho Bar wsb ap
pointed to framo a constitution
and by-laws to be submitted at a
mooting to bo hold Wcdneeday
afternoon nt -1 o'clock in tho
Suprorao Court chambors.
A resolution relating to tuo ten-
uro of offico of tho Supromo and
Circuit JudgoB was introduced by
Mr. Gear but upon motion, it was
agrood that a consideration of tho
samo bo held over until tho nex.t
Attorneys present say that the
statement in tho morning papor
that a program had beon arranged
and that it was the intention to
put it through at tho mooting ot
tho Bar Saturday, was made in tho
faco of omphatio denials by tho
mon present and is wholly false.
To Final llr.Una Places.
The funeral of tho late Josopb
Tinker took place from St. An
drew's cathedral Sunday after
noon. Bosidoa tho mombers of the
Sons of St. Goorgo and tho Odd
Fellows, to both of whiob societios
Mr. Tinker belonged, there woro a
groat many others presont. Tho
sorvicos wore oonducted by Rov.
Alox. Mackintosh. "Joans Lover
of My Soul," and "Just Ae I Am"
woro Bung by the choir of tho Seo
ond Congregation. Wray Taylor
presided at tho organ. Intorment
took place in Nuuanu comotory
Tim ftinApn nf Ilia Intn llaninl
McCorriston took plaoo trom tho
Catholic cathedral Sunday aftor
noon. Tho Knights of Pythias, of
which decoaacd waB a member, at
tended in a body. Besidesthese
wero many sorrowing frionds,
among whom wero members of tho
Firo Departmont of which decoas
ed was ono of the oldest mombors.
Intermont took place in tbo Ca
Clan of Mil! Iteunloll,
Thoro will be a reunion of tho
Class of '9G of Kamehamoha
Sohool at that institution this
ovoning at 8 o'clock. Tbe mem
bers of tho Alumni Association
aro cordially iuvited to attond.
Thore aro fourteen mombors of
tho Class of '96 but only three are
at present in the city.
On To Manila, a comploto his
tory of the operations of Amoric
hub in Manila can bo obtained at
the Bulletin offioe.
W. II. Hoops hns returned from
a trip to Nahiku plantation.
Tho Princes David Kawanana
koa and Cupid Kalanisnaolo gavo
out this afternoon tho following
nrrangemonts in regard to tho
lying in state and funeral of thoir
lato aunt, tho Dowager Queen
Tuesday, Juno 27, from 9 a. m.
to -1 p. m., the body will lio in
state at tho lato homo, Pualoilani,
Tuesday, Juno 27, from 8 to 10
p. m. thore will bo singing by na
tives of "knnikau" songs.
Wednesday, June 23, all day,
tho body will not lio in state.
WodnoBday, Juno 28, at mid
night the body will bo romovod to
Thursday, Juno 29, all day will
bo given up to tho decoration of
tho church, intorior and cxtorior.
Tho body will not lio in state
From 9 a. m Friday, Juno 30,
to midnight Saturday, July 1, tbo
body will lie in stato in Kawaia
Tho funeral will take place from
tho church Sunday afternoon, tbo
procession to move at 2 p. m. In
terment will tako place in theRoyal
Mausoleum, Nuuanu comotory.
Bishop Willis, the head of tho
Episcopal church.of whichthodead
Quoen waB a member, is now on
Hawaii. An effort will bo mado
to get him horo in time to officiato
at tho funoial services. Shonld
this bo impossible, tho Rov. V. H.
Kitcat will bo in cbargo. Tho sor
vicos ni iuo cuurcu win nogin ai
about 1 o'clock.
Tho Governmont will join iu
tho stato funeral whioh is to bo
almost identical with that of tho
Notices of tho lying in state are
being put up on the street today
for tho information of tho public.
U.rd ft HllllC ftliot.
Ofllcor Mokulehua waa hit juBt
beneath tho eye by a piece of load
from a sling shot iu tho bauds of
a bartender at about 9:30 o'clock
this morning. Tho wound is not
at all bad. This is not tho first
time that tho bartender in question
lias snot at and nit peoplo with
tbo sling shot. Not long ago officer
Akakani, tho burly Samoan, camo
very noarly breaking everything
to pieces in the saloou on being
struck by a leaden missile.
Nothing has yet been dono with
the bartoudor. Ho statoB that tho
thing waB done by way of pas
time. Captain Parker baa tho
sling shot in his possession.
Tho Kinau arriving Saturday
nigut urouulit news ot a
firo at Houomu plantation
Thursday oveuing lost Tho firo
started in tho boiler room of tho
mill, una as well as tho onciuo
room woro destroyed. Tbo dam
ago othorwiso wns not great.
PURI GRAPE CRCAM OP TARTAR POWDC1
Highest Honors, World's Pali
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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