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Yol.,1. No. 1258.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1899.
Piiicra 5 Ojjnts.
STMR, HUENEME IN PORT
TO KrUYAIAHAO TONIGHT
AT A CABINET MEETING
TELEGRAPH WITHOUT WIRE
WHERE iS THE P1L1KIA?
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The Huonorao, the atoamer pur
obaeod from Gray and- Mitoboll
of Ban Francisco on May 25 by
Vice-President Bnn of Ihe Inter
Island On. of this city, arrived
from the Const last night about 8
o'clock. Sbo steamed around out
side the harbor until an early
hour this morning whon Oiptain
Johnson brought her in and put
her alongside tbo Inter Island
The Huoneme left San Fran
cisco on Saturday the 17th.
Captain Johnson, who by tha
'way, iaio this city for tho first
time, brought IheHuenerae from
San Francisco, assisted by 1). Leo
first officer; W. Spinney, second
officer, and Chief EugineerDieoh
man. Tho bout's company uutn
bered 1G nil told. Cnptnin John
Bon intends returning to tho
Coast ns soon as possible where
he will command a new coasting
steamer, tho Despatch. The ma
jority of tho boat's preiont crow
will probably remain with hor
The Hucuemo will not leave
this city on her fin-t island run
until ooraotimo next weok, whon
eho will probably bo despatched
to Kauai. No very great altera
tioua will be mido to thy steamer
immediately, except that tho
gnnid rail will be removed later
on some changes will be made in
tho Bteuraor's deck plan as well as
the accomodations for otlicars and
crew which am at present below
Tho Huonerae is ojnsigned to
Brnwor & Co.
It linH not yet boen decided
who will command the Hue-
nomo; temporary arrangements
will bo made until her permanent
officers aro appointed. Tho Iuter
Llaud p oitle aro well eatisfiod
with the new boat.
Au assessment of 5 per cent on
the stock of tho Kamalo Suear Co.
Ltd., will be dun and payable oil
-July 1st. See Now Today.
Messrs. J. T. Waterhouse de
sire to notSfy their customers
and correspondents that on June
1st, HS99, their Grocery and Pro
visSon 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 20th, 1899.
Thoro woro a larco nurabor of
pooplo out to boar the kanikaa
music by tho Quitotto Club at
Pnaleilaui last evening. Tho
boys wero stationed on the back
vera da just outside tho room iu
which tho body of tho Qnoon lies.
Tho musio was vory sad and
bronchi many a tear to the eyes
of thoso who could understand
tho meaning of tho words.
Tho body of tho late Queen
Dowauur will leave Fualeilani at
midnight, the procession raoyiug
fllowly along th& Wnikiki road
and King street to Kawaiahao
At riving there, tuo body will bo
met by Ryv. V. H. Kitcat and tho
Clergy of tho Episcopal churoh
and conducted to a position in
from of tho pulpit whilo tho or
gan is Boftly seudiug forth tho
notes of a dirge. When in place,
a prayer will bo said and tbo
watchers over the dead assigned
to thoir places.
Tho body will not lie in state
tomorrow m that day will be
given up to tho decoration of the
churoh nud the making of all ur
ranuemouts preparatory to tho ly
ing in state on Friday.
Bishop of Willis is expected
back from Kohala on Saturday or
Sunday to take charge of tho
fnuprnleorvices. He will bo at
tended by tbo outire clergy. Tho
surp1ic-d choirs of St. Androw's
Cathedral, and the choirs of St.
Andiew'B Priory and Kawaiahno
church will take part iu tho ser
vices. Tlii Episcopal service
music with hymns nud the fuuer
al psalm with burial sentences
will be carried out.
Mn. Turner Will Hlnjf.
Mrs. Auuis Montague Tumor
has kindly consented to sing tho
ptlriotio soups at tho Literary
Exercises of tho Fo tilth of July.
Euan's Dry Goods Co. have
just -opened up a fiuo lino ol'or-
RETURNS FROM PHILIPPINES
Col. F. W. Ames, 0. S. Y., Goes
Home on SIckyLekie.
Saw Hard Service at lbs Front-Known
In Honolulu Filipinos re Treach
erous Flgllers. '
Among (ho through passongora
from the Orient on the liner Cop
tio yesterday waBColonel F. W.
Amos ofthe Uniiod States Volnn
tccrs. Golouol Ames is going to
San Francisco on sick leave, there
ho will be met by his wife and
thonoe thy will return to their
home in Minneapolis.
Colonel Ames has been serving
in tho Philippines ovor siuco the
beginning of tho wnr nnd fought in
ouo regiment nud another undor
many different generals nnd has
seen somo of tho hardest fights
and daring exploits of the war in
For two months he was in
tho special police serv
ice in Manila when the fight
ing was going on and was after
wards ordered to tho front with
tho Minnoiota volunteers. Colonel
Amos' duty genornlly led him to
the thickest of the lighting,
through which ho cauio without a
serious wound. He was over
o.omo however a short timo ego by
the heat nud for awhile his life
was do'p'ur.-'d of. Gradually
however bo has regained bis
health. He gives a most nnfavor
able report of the climato iu the
CoIodoI Ames stopppd in Hono
lulu a fow days wheu on his way
to this port on tho transport City
of Para which stopped hero ou
the 5th ol July la9t and arrived iu
Manila on tho 3lt.
"Tho voluntoora have done
splendid work in the Philippines"
said OoIoupI Ames to a Uur.LirriN
Filipinos are a treacherous
lot, and boforo the fight
ing began the taunts nud
insults tbat our soldiers, undor
restraint, bore from them wero
paid back with intarost when it
came to doing bnttlo. I havo hoard
much said of the bravery of tho
Filipino, but fail to see what
that bravery consists If ft-igniug
frioadship for a man nnd stabbing
him iu the back is bravery, then I
mnstsoythey aro homes. Tho
Filipino is iucapiblo of self-ov-crument,
ho is not as advanced in
tho Boale of civilization as the
Japanese or Chinose. I havo seen
eovoral hundred of these fellows
turn nud run wheu charged by a
cheering company of our men.
No shots wero fired mind you,
they seemed, simply to bo dis-
nenrtoiica or terrmeu at our
Colonel Ames has b?on advano
ed for br.tvory and Bpocial service
and has received particular men
tion for his oournge, nud cipabili
ty. lie niiidd mony friends among
the officers of tho Hawaiiau -Na-tional
Guard during his brief stay
in this city last July.
Hospital steward 0. H. Shelton
of tho lSlh Iufautry of tho Regu
lar army i-j also ou his way to
San Frnnoisco on sick leave.
Kolikoli, a native, was sontone
cd to three mouths' imprisonment
at hard labor by Judge Wilcox
yesterdny forenoon for assault aud
battoryou his wife. TliBBoutonce
for such an offense is not usually
so heavy but Judge Wiloox recog
uized the gravity of the can a and
gavo the native his just deserts.
It seems that tho fellow beat hM
wife whilo iu u delioitc condition
and bosidos bi caking hor arm and
bruising hor up badly, kicked her
in the head. Even this was not
enough to satisfy tho man for ho
got u lot of turpentine and poured
it nil over tho poor woman's
On To Manila, a complete his
tory of tho operations of Americ
ans in Manila can bo obtniuod at
tho BULLETIN ofllco.
Important Report by W. E, Rowell and
Stearns Bock Read.
Deals with Walahole Stream Heasuremtnl of
Elevations and Estimate ofVarlos Costs
Yarious Halters Acted On.
At a meeting of tho Cabinot
this" forenoon tho potitions of
Herring and Froitas both prison
CtiCrtt Oabn jail asking for pnr
don on tho Fourth of July wero
rood but no action was takon.
A report was road on tho wharf
at tho Ouhu Railway, uuder the
decision, recoguizing tho dooreo
of tho Court recommending that
tho Miuiser of tho luterior pro
ceod to carry out tho original no
tice of tho Government taking
possession of it. The report wns
accopted and the matter will be
attended to at once. Favorable
nrrnugemeuts will of oourso be
The application of n native
woman for a tide to a cortain
piece of land iu tho city that be
longed at one time to tho Keku
auaoa estate, was acted ou favor
ably. Tho propositi in triat tho
Governmont buy this piece of
laud was aluo acted ou favorably.
The following report on tho
AVniahole etroam was reud but uo
Wu havo pxamiued tho wator
power at Waiahole, taking eleva
tions nnd making moisuremouts
of tho flow of the stroam.
"Tho main stream dividos into
two branches at n point about
40 0 ffet nbnvo tho ditch hjad.
Tho south brunch is called Halona
and tho noith branch Wnihiwai.
There aro also a number of small
feeders coming from tho palia on
either side. We udconueil tuo
south branch to au olovution of
741 fflfit'nt ths foot of a fall which
waa estimatod to be 75 feet high,
making tbo elevation at the top of
tho fall tho same as that of tho
highest point reached on tho south
"The flow was measured with a
V weir at points so near the hoada
of tho ropoctive sttoims that it
will be snfo to cnll tho amounts
tho available flow nt tbo heads.
The distanco-i woro taken from
tho imp lira only npproxi,aiato
but a liberal allowauco for length
has been made iu the ostimato of
cost of pip?.
"Tho ditch head is tho point
where tho main irrigating ditch
leaves tho stream. Above this
poiut ouly a vory smnll quantity
of wator is used for irriautiua so
that piping the water-'from tho
falls and doveloping tbo power nt
this poiut will iu no way interfere
with auy trrigiitiuu privileges.
Elevation of ditoh'hoid 110
, " Hulona falls.... 820
" " top of Waihiwai.. 82)
Available head of both streams
above ditch bend (ISO
Flow in south brand) 3.27
cubic ft. p r sec.
Flow in north branch 103
cubic ft. par sec.
Ilorso I'ower '250
Allowing n loss of UG por cent,
in developing nud transmittal-; to
Honolulu loaves an avnilablo
horso power of 100.
"This will bo sullioieut for 1(50
aro lights or, if applied to pump
ing wator and used dunug 20
hours each day will eavo tho con
sumption of 123 tons ofcnalpor
mouth or 15'JlJ tons peryoai.
''Tho distanou fiotn tho ditch
bond to the junction of tho streams
is -1000 foot; from the junction io
Hnloim Falls, 2100 feot; from the
juuotion to Waihiwai Falls, 2100
"Estimating for a 12" pipo from
the piwor station to tho junction
to the stroam heads the cost of in
stallation will bo as follows:
Pipe system 821,000
Power station 7,000
Continued on l'u-jo 1,
Experiment to Be Made Across Ha-
Cross ibo Electrician and Business Hen In
Honolulu is soon to see an
earnest experiment in wiroloss
telegraphy and its practical use
in establishing communication
between tho dilTorent islands of
This sohcruo has boen started
by F. J. Cross tho ob-ctrician nnd
several business men of Honolulu
who havo followed closely tho work
Ihat is b-ing done by Te-da ami
Marconi in tho United States and
Europe, and it is probablo that n
corporation will soon be formed
to carry forward tho experiment.
Tho Grst movo was uiado yosler
day when Mr Cross visited sovor,
al of tho lending business house
to si'ouro their patronngo if sun
ors-i rewards the efforts of tho ex
perimenters. Mr. Cross and his
associates aok for tho exclusive
patronage of thoso houso3 for tho
term of Gvo yt-ars, the ti-l-'innub
fj'btem to be in operation nun ybnr would havo to furnUh the labor,
from dnle. Tho rate to be ch-ifged take tho fr?ipht into the fumijat
ib "not to oxceod fivo oenti pnr ing room and. put it back aa it was
word with a minimum cfiargo for found on the wharf after fumig-i-
eaeh message of ono dollar." i
Wlnla tUe goneral puulio is iu
cliced to look upon tho new do
nurtures in electricity no more or
less chimerical, tho experimenters'
feel that thoy aro not asking any
thing unreasonable siuco failuio
to have the system in operation
within a year would mean all con
The scheme is to transmit mes
sagrs across tuo cliauni'lo iy
means of the wireless telegraphy
and tcIophonOjOvcrlnnd, although
it is not impossible that the devel
opments of a fow months may en-
nulo tho transmission by wireless
It is a woll known fact Hint
Tesla and Marconi have succeed
ed in transmitting mesBaues adis
tanco of thirty-four miles over
sens. Mr. Cross in speaking of
tho plan said, "I kuow of uo bet
ter placo than horo iu Hawaii for i
tracticl use. Thonooarayeon
...: ...s i. i-i ... :..i..
diliouB for success nro higt
ess nro liiRh oleva -
tions and uo obstructions botwe&u
tho Bonding and rocoiviugolalious. !
That condition wo havo in the
ditlorout islauds of the group.
Tho shores are high aud the,
uhanuel botweon Uahu and Kauai
is tha only ono that might givo'uu
trnublo on account of tho diitunco.
Experiments iu E.iropo (-how that
meeBogeB can be trausmittid owr
pons a uidtunco or tlurty-tinir
railos. Between Oahu and Molo
krii wo havo a distanco f no.
more than thirty union, between
Molokai nnd Mnuinbont ton mil s
and batweon Miui aud Hawaii
twenty six miles. Tbo sixty nuc
miles between Oahu nud Kauai
may be a stickler but a great bent tit
will bo pcoured to tho business men
by connecting with Honolulu the
islaudu lying to tho ncrthttabt of
"If wireless telocraphy can bo
made n success nuywlioro there is
no reason why it cannot be opsr
nted with particular success li"re
in Hawaii. Tho shores ate high
and the ohannols comparatively
narrow and absolutely free from
nrrrli;riiiil lt-r Htnimt-r.
Port Said, Egypt, Juno 17.
Tho U. S. ltelrigomting Ship
Glacier from New Yoik for Mani
la has arrived horo. Tho Glacier
has been as-iignid as storonhip !o
the United States squndron iu
Asiattu waters. 8ho is tho first
ship of tho kind in tho Uuitod
States navy and has on board a
full enrgo general snpplifl for the
American warship at Manila in
cluding 1,5' 0,010 pounds ofro
Small ads. in the Bulletin arenot
overshadowed by bigger ones.
Soma Points About the Fumigation cf
Wa Taken off Sfeanier Monday HUhl Pwpls
Allowed Fretly on Whirf-CMI
& Co. Have Comprint.
Matter- aro aliuo-it at n t-tand-still
on the Pacific Muil wharT to
day. Tho Hoard of Health d.ciJrd
yesterday t have tbo Coptic's
freight fumiga'rd ii"d, although
thorn would 8Pim to b. a necessi
ty for haste, nothing much hn-i
boon douo out-itlu of doing porno
cleaning up of tho fumig.ving
mora. Tho freight is Ktill strung
out nloni' on thi uharf and the
Custom Uouo oflic-er and Archio
Gilfitlnu ar- onjo. i: g a rest.
It was not until about 2 o'clock
yi'hterdny afternoon that Health
Agont KnjuoMs appeared t tho
Pacific Mail wharf and stMod that
the freight from She C-iplio would
have to be fumigated. The ftoigut
had boon on the wharf from liio
Mr. Gilfillfin ntiitrd Ihat, if it m
the desire of the Hoard of Health
to fumigate the freight, tha1 holy
The d'5 ohs -Tine inspector s v ,
that yeMerdny inorumg, fifty
tubs of eake had been delivored
When tho order from
tho Hoard of Health went
forward to ths agents of thn
C 'ptic it might have bo-ui suppoi
ed that tho delivery of freight
would have Im-jn etopp d but it
is understood that quite a ship
ment of he.lio v.as allowed off the
whttif this mr-ining. It it further
underi-toodthat liuv ocrmil frnm
life"' C'uTt'om H'onfo culIiiiL' for
fieight would be nolod ou at tho
wh uf ami that hiudi freight would
1)h allow d to ilepirt without
forthor ado. Mi. II ynoldseays co
and states further that mi onb-r to
tha agents from tho Hoird "of
Health must necessarily stop tho
delivery of freight
This morning a Jnp-inesn firm,
Osaki fc Co., mnliGB tin comu'aint
runt iuito uai tio-u iliHci-imiua-
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got their take, thev
have boon ro-
fusod fluoli navil'i'o
naturally r-uea obi i-'iuns.
The fault i not wiib the Cus
torn H u t n. therf i-i.n perfect
williugnejj on their part togio
out a permit if nn v utry is made.
Oaaki it Co aru unable Io maka
au eutry. The- fuels iu abovf
It win Iimmi d fr m H. llck
feld it Co (tint no sulci Iml' ben '
reiiKvnl fmn tho v'virf, tint
their go id" had Io leinaiu on dock
until fu.uig'.tio'i hid t ike.i pho.
L'hy ueref irnniAtii lliv-y said in
haw ig oiUiMerablo hiiki lu't ovrr
f 1 0111 the list shipuient, ro that
they wen) not iiuiti-iinlly inroivo
uieiiuid by llm n-ot-ffjury dtiuy.
At the ik-w hMiu.'irkot whirf
lici lh 1 -ij mrin inn I'lfMiinip
City of Coluiuh 11. hlu i-. un.l-r-g
ing all th ni'ccFtniy oral oim
oinsequoiil Io hitviiig rocii.tly
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