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Vol. YII. No. 1203.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1899.
The Resolutions. K
DIRECTORS ARE RE-ELECTED
S The resolutions unanimously ad
g opted at the Fourth of July exer
S clses yesterday are as follows:
H Whereas, Under and by virtue of
K the Joint Resolution of Annexation
2 the Hawaiian Islands have been an
g nexed as a part of the territory of
g the United States and are now sub
S ject to the sovereign dominion there
m of, and
Whereas, The said resolution fur
C ther provides that the municipal
8 legislation of the' Hawaiian Islands
g not Inconsistent therewhh-nor con
pi trary to the Constitution c( the
a UnlteJ States shall remain In force
until uie congress. 01. me unueu
States shall otherwise determine;
Whereas. Uv the failure of the
last Congress of the United States
to enact necessary legislation at Its
late session, much uncertainty exists.
as to the present status of the Ha
waiian islands In their relation to
the Government, Constitution and
laws of the United States, and
S Whereas, This Is deemed a fit
a ting occasion for a public expres
s slon of opinion on the matten'there
y Resolved, That this assemblage
S earnestly and respectfully asks of
N President McKlnley and his advls-
ers and the Congress of the United
k States to take such action as will
fcJ cause the speedy extension of Am- K
LI prlrnn terrltnrl.il l.iws tn Hawaii. W
S Resolved, That a copy ol these
N resolution be forwarded to the Pres
Sj Ident of the United States, the
K President of the Senate and the
fc Speaker of the House of Representa- k
Pioneer Building and Loan Association
Report of Secretary Gear Yote ot Thanks
to Directors Excellent Show
Hlmm liattle ."utllnlny.
Thoro will bu a drill uud sham
battle of the polico in Puuaboa
pasture Saturday afternoon. Mar
shal Brown means to make this
event ono of tbo beet of the kind
that baa over been given here.
Miss KatoVida 1 envoi for Maui
in the Olaudine tbis afternoon.
At a moating of tbe stockhold
era of tbe Pioneer Building fc
Loan Association bold Monday
evening, Messrs. J. D, Holt, J. L.
McLain nnd A. W. Koeeb wore
reelected directors for tbe ensuing
threo years. W. L. Howard was
elected to fill tbe nnoxpircd term
rando vacant by the resignation of
J. G. Itolbwoll. W. R. Sims, Goo.
W. Farr and 0. S. Orano were re
elected to dervo as auditors. Sooro
tary Gear read the following re
port to tho stockholders:
To tho Stockholders of the Pio
neer Building & Loan Association
On Juno 30, 1899, tbo Pioneer
Buildini! k Loan Association of
Hawaii completed its ninth year.
Of tbe original Board of Directors
elected in June, 1890, three of
thorn, Messrs. Tbeo. F. Lansing,
S. B. Hose nnd Henry Smith havo
served continuously up to tbe pre
Although tbe Association was
incorporated under difficulties and
with tbo usual prophesioa that it
would not prove a success, the re
sults have exceeded tbo original
estimate, as it was belioved upon
incorporation that it would re
quire at least ten yoars tor tno
stock to mature, but at tbo regular
monthly meeting of the Board of
Directors, bold in Juno, tbe Secre
tary reported that tbo first sories
of fltook had reached a par value
of $200.00 a share, and by a vote
of tbo Board of Directors in ac
cordance with the By-Laws, a
meeting of the Stockholders of the
first series of stock was convened,
and full settlement was made of
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
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
will be moved to the stores of
the Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Bethel street. (Signed),
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dated Honolulu, May 28th, 1S99.
thoir acoounta. It is thus seen that
instead of ton years, ouly eight
years and eleven months were re
quired for tho maturity of tho first
series of stock.
There remained 123 shares out
standing of the first series, requir
ing a settlement of 824,000.00; of
this amount 310,800 whs applied
for tho roleaso of Real Estate
loans, 89,170.00 for tho relenso of
Stock loans and $4,625X0 was paid
out in cosh.
It is ostimntod that tho second
series of stock, of which thero are
221$ shares outstanding, will ma
ture in January or 1'ebruary, uuu,
and tho remaining series will ma
ture about every Biz months there
after, as new sories of stock havo
beon issued by tbe Board ot Di
rectors every six month. Tbo
ninoteonth scries is now open for
There is at prcsont $83,350 out
standing on Seal Estate loans,
and $19,310 outstanding on Stock
loauB. Tno affairs of tbe Associa
tion have been prosperous, and
not a bidrIo loss has beon made
during tho nino years of its existence.
Tho now sories of stock havo
beon quite generally subscribed
for. Thore wore 296 sbaros issued
in tho 18th sorios, which is a
larger number than has been
issued in any one series for tho
past five years, and it is to bo
hoped that the 19tb series of stook
will meet with as good results.
There haB boon a steady demand
for loans, which has enabled tbo
directors to koop all of tho funds
of tho Association invested, and
tho withdrawals have beon com
paratively few in number.
Tho stockholders aro to bo con
gratulated upon tho prosperous
condition of tbo Association, and
it is to bo bopod that the future of
tbe Association will prove as suc
cessful as tho past nine years have
On motion, a vote of thanks was
given to tho Board of Directors,
and especially to tho three direc
tors who bad served ever since the
inception of tho Association, tbis
for their faithful 'services in be
half of the stockholders.' T. F.
Lansing, S. B. Rose, and Henry
Smith are the three directors who
Honolulu's Fourth of July Enthusiasm
Second to None.
From Horn Till Horn the People Woke tbe
Echoes Parade, Lllarary, Sports,
Fireworks, and Ball.
Ntruck by UM.ball,
Tbo crowd at the baseball gamo
yestorday whb so large that thore
wore five or more people hurt by
foul balls. A little girl was lean
ing up against tbo wiro notting in
front of tbe grandstand when a
ball struck near her. Tbe impact
was strong onough to cause the
wire to out tbo little girl's faoe in
several places. A Gorman stand
ing in the crowd at a position mid
way botweon third baao and tbo
homo plato had three teeth knock
od out and his nose broken by a
swift foul, a native and a white
man wero also struck but thoir in
juries aro hardly worth mentioning.
About the New Dank.
The papers of the new bank will
bo oonsidorod by tbo Cabinet at a
meeting tomorrow morniug on
account of tho departuro of Pre
sident Dole in tbe near future.
The charier has already beon givon
some consideration, aud tbore are
two or threo places that will havo
to bo ohanged. Representatives
of tho bank will be proaont at tho
Will Puraltrats Freight.
Upon tho arrival of tbo America
Maru from China and Japan her
freight will bo placed in (he fumi
gating room on tho Paoifio Mail
Wharf, and fumigated boforo its
romoval to the places of tho con
Dole to Vl.lt Unrilnn Lie.
Preeidoot and Mrs. Dole are to
leuvo for Makaweli, Kauai, in a
day or so to spend a fortnight
with friends. Mr. Dole is taking
tho trip solely as a vacation.
Tbo match raco betweon two
orews from tbo Myrtle Boat Club,
captained respectively by Ueo.
Martin and Tommio King, was
won by the former's crow in tho
four-oar bargo. The other orow
rowed four in the six-oar bargo,
P"rde a Great Race.
All olaBses and conditions of
men, women and children turned
out yesterday doming aud throne
od tbo street's through which tho
Indcpendonce' 'Day Parade was
advertised to pass. Long bofore
tho procession , commenced to
form at Richards and Hotel stroets
and Richards and King carriages
and pedestrians in dense crowds
bad oathercd to lond their pre
sence and onthusiasm to the day's
Along tho lino of march tho
house tops, balconies and verandas
woro all occupied with an eager
and expectant' multitude.
The procession startod not long
after tbe appointed hour headed
by Captain W. G. Ashley, fol
lowing by tno police in excellent
array. Next tbo Concordia band,
aftor which the Sixth Artillery
lod by Liout. Col. S. M. Mills
marched in splondid style. Tbo
Government band wab noxt in
lino with tho N. G. H. with full
battalions closu behind. Col. J.
W. Jones commanded tho regi
ment. Tbo .second division was
led by Marshal Brown and Depu
ty Marshal Uuulingwortn and
Liout. L. D. Kenako.
Tbo feature of tbo bicycle sec
tion of the parado was two bioyoles
fastened Bido by sido with a small
er wheel arranged above thorn rid
den by a young cyclist, reprosent
inn Bailey's Cyclery. Two very
handsomely decorated wheels were
ridden by a couplo of young ladies,
one an American girl and tho
other a daughter of Hawaii. The
Mounted police and Mounted re
serves were tonowea oy tno ire
Commissioners and Obiof Hunt in
carriages beautifully decorated.
Tho Fire Department's exhibi
tion was voted by many tbe chief
attraction of tbe parade. Tho do
corations wero tastefully nod most
appropriately got ton up.
A representation of the ship of
Btate was next in line, with Miss
Jonnie Murray as Columbia.
Hawaii, tho "Pearl of the Paoifio"
was reprosonted by the other offi
cial float. Groat cheering greeted
tho two floats.
The Orpboum's float, a large
load of bay on which the talent
sported in hay seed costumes and
Kincaid, followed by the ronding
of tbo Declaration of Indepeu
donco by Francis Boggs. Annis
Montaguo Turner sang tbo "Star
Spangled Bannor" and "Colum
bia." Mrs Turner was in splen
did voico, and her rendition of the
patriotio songs was greoted with
Tho principal address of tho
day was doliverod by Rov. M. S.
Lovy, of San Francisco. Mr Levy
is an oicelbnt speaker, aud his
ro marks were Dunctnated by fro
quent and enthusiastic applause
Ho spoko for thirty-five miuutee,
and his remarks wero appropriate,
lorcoiul, and intensely patriotio.
Harold M. Sowall made n short
and stirring address of about three
minutes leading up to tho resolu
tions introduced by P. G. Jones.
"Mr. Jones said that ho consider
ed the resolutions particularly ap
propriate to receivo tbo attention
of tbe audionco gathered to calo
brato the national birthday. Ho
also spoke happily aud appropri
ately with reference to the display
of tho flag.
" It is tho duty of all of in to
teach the cbildrou of tbe land to
lovo aud reverence Old Glory, said
Mr. Jones, "to teach them whit it
means, what it stands for, what
hallowed associations cling to that
symbol of might, right and libor
ty. Those islands aro American
territory, this country is part of
tho groat Unitod States, but what
is thero horo to show itl
" I havo noticed tho scarcity of
American flags on thoso island, in
fact tho only ono in any noticablo
placo is a small ono on tho fin
pole ot tho .hxocutivo Building.
Tho Star Spangled Banner shonld
tloat from overy ilag polo in the
country, i would like to seo au
extra large ono on tbo main pole
of tho Executive Building. Every
publio building should havo one
(applausoj. Evory bill and rocky
prominenco from Makapuu l'oiut
to Barbers Point should luvo
tbore planted a larco liner
with an extra larce American line rofenud
nying tuoreirom, so mai an wuo
como to theaasboros would know
that.thjLibjautit'ul country is part
of tbo on'3 great country, America.
(Tumultuous npplauao). I would
bavo a large American flag flying
from tbo top of ovory schoolhouso
in tho islands. Yes I and I would
have a good sized flag for every
sohool-boy and school-girl in Ha
waii for thorn to cairy in thoir
bands (continued applause).
Lot tho flag of our coun
try be seon ovorywbere, lot tho
world know that wo aro in Amur-
RAPID TRANSIT MATTERS ":1
Price 5 Oekts.
Sarvey ot Line As Amended Approved
By Executive Council.
Survey On Ala Moaoa Not Acted On Proposi
tion lor Widening of Beretanla Street
Acwpled Other Matters.
produced various "noises, was
one of the most popular of tho un
official floats. A Chinese laundry
in which Honry Vierra, Toyo
Jackson and others figored to ad
vantage also delighted tho popu
lace. Tho procession was reviewed
from tbo stand at the makai en
trance of tbo Executive grounds
and then dismissed.
Tho following is a list of tbe
prizos: Bicycles: Best Lena
Flint. Second Mrs. Groonig.
Third Miss Manoa. rourth
Mastor Gorman. Tandem Chap
man and lady (Hall k Son.)
Floats: Bost Decorated W. W.
Dimond. Second Borgetrom Mu
sic Co. Most Original Orpheum
Troupe. Second Original Vier
ra, Jackson k Co. Ftro Eoginps:
Best Decorated No. 2, Central
station. Second No. 1, King
street. Third Wo. 4, Central
Station. Vehicles: Beat Chief
Engineor Hunt. Delivory Wa
gons: BostU.May k (Jo. bec-ond-S.
J. Saltor. Third-Criterion
saloou. Characters: Moat
Original Kauhane (Bo's'n.)
Tho literary exercisos held in
tbo Opera House were in keeping
with tbo marked onthusiasm shown
throughout tho day. Tho Opera
Houso was crowded to tbo doors.
Tho program opened with an over
turo by the Amatour Urcnestra,
Wray Taylor leader. The invoca
tion was offerod by Rev. W. M.
Honry E. Cooper sppaking from
tbo floor of tho house said:
11 A Mtlln mnm llinn n naflf nrtn
M. . ....It M.W.U .Ul.U t. JkUl U),U
this community assumed the res
ponsibuities of Americau oitizeu
ahip. Bofore tbo news of Admiral
Dewey's viotory in Mnnila Bay I
bad reached these shores, your
people bad tendered their alk'nf
anco to tbo groat republic with
which they had maintiined such
closo rotations for bo many yoars.1
Without tbo means of solf-dofence.
llin littln nation in tho midst of
tbo croat ocean bad cast its lot
with tho fortunes of tho United
States of Amorica. Somo paid
that it was n foolhardy thing ti
do, but tbe patriotism of Amerie
aus aud tbo soub and daughters of
Amenoaus was oquiu to tbo emer
gency. America rnigut bo in need
of your assistance, aud tho love of
country permittod no hesitation.
Your harbor was offered as on
asylum for tho ships of war that
flew the American flag. Your wo
men labored to tho utmost in
ordor to give good cheor to tbo
soldiers and sailors of tbo Americ
an army and navy bound to con
quest in a distant land.
" Theso acta of yonrarenderod
you linblo to heivy reprisals at iho
bands of Spain bad alio proven
victorious;yet no one faltored who
had tho truo interest oE Hawaii t
" A little later when thd fate of
this country bung in tbe balance,
tbo balls of Congress rang witb
applause when tho story of your
patriotism was told, and bually by
an overwhelming vote, this ooun-
Tbere wai a long meeting of
tho Executive Council thin fore
noon. Much of the timo was
takon up in discussion on a mat- -tor
in which W. It. Castle figured
an representative Another short
meeting is to be held tomortow
morniug. Tho Ripid Transit Co.
sent in a survey of a lino of road
from Kaha bridge to tho culvert
near John Etm'sWaikiki place as
atnendi'd by the Superintendent
of Publio Works. This was ap
proved. Tho compauy suggested
tbe other day that application bo
made for a liuo on Alapai street
but as tho power is to be built
there soon, it wan thought bnt to
leav rapid transit work until
Tho survey of that part of the
road to bo laid nlon AIh Moaua,
although banded in, ii not acted
A proposition from tho Catholic
MUnion to uiJen li-rftunm street
was approved. The Mission offers
to furnish huoiibIi hud on liore
tftitia, between Fort "ftfreot aud
Gurdn lauo for th widening in
exchaDgo for two phces of land on
Punchbowl slop now under a
thirteen year leaso from tbe lato
Queou Downgor. It U underctood
that satisfactory arrangements can
bo made with tbo Poituguoso now
in possession of the land.
fl bo matter of the applications
for in wine and beer liconso for
Molokai and auolher for Lahaiua
polo wan lirought up TIipbh hud boon
to tue on-rilf ot .Maui
who rocouiu"ndcd (lint licecs-a
bo not grautcd. The report was
An applicatjon lp be appointed
a notary publio in place of Air.
Maoi), resigned, wag received
from Fred Clay of Olao. It was
votfd that tbie petition bo crautol
provided satisfactory oxamination
be passo I before Judgo Wilder.
Now u SircUI UHlcer.
George Spa, has icsigurd as
doputy sheriff of Wa'nnae and 18
now it hpeci.il olllcer nshiguoil to
duty in tho Bioycli Patrol, tioa's
place in Vata a ban bu'ii taken
by Deputy Sheriff Ftineuf who
A PURE CKAPC CIUAM Or TARTAR POWOCI
Continued on Pace 1.
Highest Honors, World's Fall
Ootd Medal, Midwinter Fall
Avoid linking Ponder containing
alum. Tlioy aro lnjurloui to health
holds thin olllco in Ewa in woll.
Sen lias br on witb the I 'olio De
partment for povortl years and is
accotiolo.l a faithful and efficient
fall ill Kircullvo llulldlnir.
Genoral Young aud staff ot tho
Transport Sbericlnu called on
the President this forenoon.
r Another visitor wji the Com
mander Botbbednr of tho Argou-
tiuo training ship Preaidente Sar-
To IIh nrrniii!il.
Captain Berger aud hi) boys
will go aboard the Transport
Sheridan this afternoon lo sere
nndo Uoneral Young at:d Iho sol
diora on thoir way to Manila.
Miaa Bello Weight loft for Ha
waii this moruiui! on the Kinau.
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