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VICTORY ftfr American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
Vol. VII. No. 1347.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1899.
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WA1KIKI BEACH COMPANY
KAHALO SUGAR COMPANY
KAMAA1NA PASSES AWAY
KIHEI PRICES IN A BALLOON
TALK WITH MR, MOTT-SMITH
CUT BY PRIVATE SCHNAPP
OIHctrs Elected and Matters Being Got
ten Into Working Order.
Samel 3. Ptsehtl, President, H. W. Adams
Secretary and John P.Hajward, Treasur
er Capltilizatfon iBdOtbtr latter.
I1' Tbo Waikikt Beaob JJ., Ltd.,
consisting of JohnaP..Haywatd,
'Samuel 8. Paaobal, HvW. Adams,
" H. 0. Morton and -G. F. Butien,
all of Honolulu, baa .been formed.
.i Tbo purposes for which this
'corporation is organized are to
' conduct find manage a hotel or
hotels and placoi of resort for
omujoaieuts uuil entertainment,
nncl any aud nil other business
incidental thereto in Honolulu; to
acquiro, hold, sell, convoy, loaae,
ront and dual in enoli real and
roraowal property, richta, and
franchisee .bb may be usefully ac
quired, held or dealt wilh in con
nection with euoh business.
The amount of the capital stpok
shall bo 920,001), divided in 2 0
shares of the par valued of 8100
eaoh, with the privilege of inoroaa
Big Meeting of Assessable Stockholders
Held In Foster Hall.
Attorney Retain) tt Handle fse Pro
moters toJbe Asked For AMMMltg
letter From R. H. Hitchcock.
inor the said capital fiom time to notified
a sum not
There was a bis meetinc of
abont seventy oE the stockboTI.err
in the Kamalo Sdgar Co. in Fos
ter Hall last evening, ' this num
ber of mon representing 27,840
charts of assessable stock.
It was deoided that the case
should bo gone on with at once
and tho following attorneys were
selected to carry on the fight:
Paul Neumann, Goo. A. Davis
aud.W. A. Ueoaball. These men
will find oat, if possiblo, what has
beoome of certain monies paid
in by the stockholders.
The principal speakers at the
inciting were Manager Weiubtof
Kahuku, Larry Dee, H. L. Evnns,
W. A. Heaahall and a number of
The cabo is to come up very
eoon. The directors have been
tn iiiva Ilia nrnmnfnra u
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ueriaiu iiiuuiu ui uiuu iu nuuui
Death of Mi M. Phillips at 12:0
LOBft Illness of Six Weeks Life. cf Veteran
Plumber His Kindness of taut-
Likelihood of Fewer Assessments for
Agreement Witb Hawaiian Commercial Proba.
blllty of Reducing Capital Stock
" ' Scarce on tie Street.
tiran to a sum not exceedinc certain length of time to
$50,000. .' ' an account but this will be a dif
Tho officers of the Company aro.ncuit matter aa inese men, Messrs
II' rank iluataoe, o. u. morgan,
Samuel S. Paschal, president.
H. W. Adams, Hecrotary.
John P. Hay ward, treasurer.
More than ten per cent of the
capital atook of said corporation
has been pnid in.
The company takes iu the beach
resorts formerly known as
Wright's Villa nud llaniwai.
J. F. Morgan, J
J. Egan and F. H. Fost jr aro not
1 in town, so tho caae will undoubt
edly go on as arranged.
I A letter from P. H. Hitchcock
received by oue of the stockbold-
era saying that it is his intention
to got to Honolulu aa eoon as
possible for tho purpose of push
I ing the case for what it is worth,
'on behalf of tho holders of nssess-
Soliller In tho Wntor. 1 at)0 BtOCK.
There wero some buudredor Mr. Hitchcock is a director and
more soldiers from tlin t'anspbrt one cf the big stockholders in tho
Shoridan in the water n?ar "the Kamalo Sugar Go.
Ocoanio wharf this morning, near
ly all supplied wilh life preservers, j
When a steamer boat anproaobed
the soldiers piled iu nud tried to'
capsize it. The two ntiv. sailors
wore powerless and, h id it not
been for the officer of I lie day the
boat must suielv have been over
OlltO l.V L.MIAINA,
The Mauna Loa brought tho
nsws today of the death from
heart disease nt Lahaina at (5
o'clock yesterday morning of Mrs.
Sam JNoivloia. The funeral wns
to take place at 8 o'clook this
' morning from tbo resideuco.
To Quiet Tillv. ,
Tho Hawaiian Trust and Invest-'
rnont Go. has sued Anna A. Bar
ton and Helon A. Duuning to
quiet title to tho propo. ty on Ho
tel etreot, known as tho "Oanton
Hotel" property and c mtaining
Dowiett Eilato Suva.
The Dowaott Estate has sued
Geo. 11. Carter, administrator of
tho estate of Edward Dowaett, for
certain property which it is alleg
ed should nave been transferred
to the estate by deceased. '
Passengers ou the arrived
Mauna Loa roport tho oxiatonco
of onnaiderablo Biuoko from Ha
waii's big volcano ' It is much
much talked of in Hilo and the
natives especially are wondering
if Pele will again awake to action.
Sued for Wafer Ulll.
The Ropublio of Hawaii vs. O.
R. & L. Go. ia the title of a suit
begun in the Oirouit Court to
compel defendant corporation to
pay $147185 the amount duo
upon a contract for water.
AH FAR IN SECOND PLAGE
2nd Prize Suit of
Shoes. 4th Prize-
Following is the standing in the BULLETIN'S boys Tribune bicycle
race, up to and including yesterday:
1st Prize Tribune Bicycle.
Clothes. 3rd Prize Pair of
The twenty boys at the head of the list when the contest closes will be
ciuen free tickets to such performance of the Boston Lyric Opera Com
pany as they may select The next batch, twenty boys below the high
est, Will be given free tickets to the Orpheum.
F. Lubeck .....1896 Manuel Costa 139
Ah Far, 1504 David 137
C. Louis ..1359 M. Smith 136
Frank Stone .'.1252 Herbert 135
Mon Yin 847 Thomas 133
Correo 73 August 128
Willie Sylva 454 Enrato Sylva 119
John Shaw 427 "J. Keki 118
Ed. Medeiros 353 Akieu 115
Jack 256 Johnnie 106
Ah Kin 247 JohnnieSylva , 104
Foster . 234 Ah Fong 100
Bill Reidel 233
Ivan Slnink 171
Frank Yasso 92
Charlie Williams 83
M.Marks.. .',,. 82
Willie Cunha ., 80
J.Smith : 70
PungQuai 159 David (Liilii) jj
oing nong 155 uong '
George Crowell 143 Jno. P
In the passing away atl2:0G p.
oa. today of John Phillips. the
country has lost ono of its. best
cuizoDB and his friends ono of the
most generous, kindly and up
right mon that ever set foot on
Hawaiian soil. w
For six weeks, deceased had
been confined to bia bed, his com
plaint being hemorrhage of tbo
brain. His physicians did all
they coald in tbeir power but the
malady bad taken too strong hold
nud at the hour mentioned, he
passed quietly away.
John Phillips was 57
years of age. He waB n nativo of
Glasgow, Scotland, which place he
loft when but a young man.
Going to Montreal, Canada, ho
engaged in business there for a
short time and then made his
way to San Franoiaco where' he
was appointed superintendent
plumber of tbo Pacific Mail
It was wbilo ontaged in this
business that J. F. Gilfillan, father
of Arobin Gilfillan, wroto to Mr.
Phillips and told him of the excel
lent opouiog boro fora firdt olaaa
Mr. Phillips packed up and
came right down. This was twenty
years ago. Enturing into partner
ship with Andrew Brown the two
set up shop ou Nnuanu avenue iu
tho vicinity of Hart's old ice cream
After remaining there forsomo
time they changed and wont ovor
into tho von Holt building. When
this was torn down a frame build
ing was put up in tho same placo
and this was at onco occupied by
tho plumbing firm.
In locb Mr. mown witndrow
from the firm and, since thnt time,
tbo work was carried on entirely
by Mr. Phillips.
It wob iu 1889 that John Phil
lip had Buoh an overwhelming
victory in thia district as tbo
candidate of the Citizens' Union
Tioket for the House of Repre
sentatives. Mr. Phillips was always aotivo
in tho promotion of the welfare of
the couutry and lost no chance
whero a good stroke of work'
counted. iWlizinc this fact and
the value of Mr. Phillips' advice
ho was eleoted to the Council of
Sato iu 1898, bis commission be
ing signed July 8.
Deceased was a Mason of high
degree as will be shown by the
following offices which ho held
from timo to time: '
Passed Master of Hawaiian
LodgoNo. 21, F. & A. M.
Charter Momber and Passed
Master Pacific Lodge No. 822, A.
F. & A. M.
P.aBsod High Priest Honolulu
Royal Arch Chapter.
Prelato Honolulu Oommanderr
John Phillips was a man who
could never seem to do enough for
nia meeds and those who called
onthim for assistance. Ho gave'
with a free hand of what ho bad
and when thoro was stormy weath
er in the lives of his Irionds, John
Phillips whs always tho one to bo
In business John Phillips was
most sorupuloua. Never did any
complaint return to tho door of
bis shop after ho had finished a
job of work.
Deceased leaves an insurance of
1000. He has a son, Andrew
Brown Phillips of the Water
Works Department and a daught
er, Miss Mabel Phillips.
From tomorrow on the body
will lie in tho Maeonio tomple.
The funoi-al will be held Sunday
afternoon, tbo Masons conducting
tho servioea. Intormont will take
iJaoe in Nuuanu cemetery noxt to
tho gravo of Mrs. Phillips. Tbo
government will eend tho band
and a platoon of polioe,
What Minister or Foreign Affairs Says
United States a Negligent Papa Wants More
Eiecatlfe Orders-On' Future Legislation
Kibei stock ia scarcer than hen's
teeth juit at present. vThero is a
boom 9ti and holders of tho se
curity are looking happier than
they have for some time. JAet in
proportion aa tho.atockholderp-are
jubilant the brokers are looking
worried. They ca'u't find nnypne
who wants to sell. ,t
The rise has been cauaed-by tho
ar.nouneoinent thnt assessments on
tbo stock will bd few and far be
tween; tho probability that the
capital stock will be reduced by
one million dollars if the wishes
of one of tho heaviest holders are
An agreement has just been en
tered into, the details of which aio
not entirfly completo for the Ha?J
waiian Commercial Company to
do the grinding for Eihoi for tho
next twelve years at the rate of
$12 per ton. As far as H. O. &
8. ia concerned thia is very fine as
the directors of that company
figure profit of $80,000 per year
for the grinding.
Tho saving to Eihei will b tbo
doing away with tho immediate
need of SG'.O.OOO for mill and con
struction. As this sum would come
directly through the assessments
levied ou tbo shareholders it not
being neodod will reduce tho
amount and frequouoy of tho levy
ing of tuptn.
The mill ihit wan ordered for
Rihei it is understood will bo
tnken ovor by the Olaa Plantation.
Arrangements aro now almost
com pi etc for making the capnoity
of the mills of tho IT. O. & S. Co.
70,000 tons in a season. .
Mr. Dillingham ubeo seen this
morning denied the statoraont
that the Kibei mill ordored was to
be tamed over to Olaa saying
"Tbo yield from Olaa will bo
50 0 0 tons and the capacity of
that Kihoi mill would not bo
The geneial impreenion ainoog
tho brokers is that tho now ar
rangement is very fiuo for the
Hawaiian Commercial but thy
don't see whero tho great benefit
to Kiboi comes in.
"It is true," said oiib well
known broker this morninc, ' that
the cutting down of assessments
moans much to the stockholders of
Kibei but if the yield as is expect
ed will bo 10,000 tons it will cost
Kihei $120,000 a year forgiind
inc. At tho end of five years the
SC'JO.OOO required for a mill will
have ten expanded and the plan
tulioQ will havo nothing to show
for its outlay."
Tho stock jumped to $18.25 ou
ohange this morning and nearly
one thousand shares changed
hands. After the session eovoral
offers of S15 pr share wore ro
fused and one man holdiug a
hundred sharea wonld not talk
sell for lesa tliau $20 tho par value.
This afternoon on tho stock ex
change, Kibei sold for $ G.25. The
offer of S1G was made for 1000
fight Over a Gtina or Criis
PrlTate Rltter Wounded ia (M Reek-btatap
Under Arrest Thfrtr-tUrd's lea laea
Put Out Oter Alur.
Minister Mott-Smith was seen
by a Bulletin reporter yastordoy
forenoon just as ho returned from
an outing trip to Waialua and
spoko at somo length on the state
of affaits now existing in tho Isl
ands. " It seems to me that tbo United
Statea ia juat now acting tho part
of a negligent papa," eaid Mr.
Mott-Smith. "For my part, I
should like to seo moro executivo
orders so that wo may bo able to
see just where wn stand. This is
a point tho importance of which
cannot bo too strongly emphasized.
" 1 do not bolievo that tbo pas-
saue by tho next O .ugresB of a Ter
ritorial bill for Hawaii is by auy
means assured. We are just aa
liable as not to be hung up here
for the next two or three years.
There is no telling what politics
" Of course this will bo a dang
erous practise for tho United
States to Btort, There is a groat
difference between torritory con
quered by force of arms and terri
tory ceded by treaty. If the treaty
phase is left out then wo aro virt
ually placed before the world in
tbo same position as conquered
territory. Would this bo right in
any way ?
" 1 behove thoroughly tuat tho
poople hero havo always crawled
too much to tho United States.
Tbero is nothing that Americans
like to see more that straight out
nml out digging for one's eolf and
a spirit of independence through
" Although Haw-tii has been
rather in the position of a suppli
ant, 1 believe an iudopendont front
would have accomplished more.
" What do I Ihiuk nbout tho ut
terunoes of tho Bulletin. Well, I
know of course that tho Bulletin
rnpreeents what wo may call the
opposition and yet I read it every
day. 1 beliovo an bouest expres
sion of tbo other ido of a question
ia always good. Further, I do not
boliove a community without dif
ferent sides would amount to
much. When the different sides
are brought out ono is euro to find
healthy condition of affairs.
Each side sees the points of ita
opponont, the public discusses an
issuo and everyone is fully in
formed ao that no ono can claim
being iu the dark."
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An Aftrrnoiin Concert.
Tho military baud attached to
tho 32ud Regiment will give a
concert at the Hawaiian hotol
from 3 to 5 this afternoon. Tho
band is a very fiue oue and there
ia no doubt whatever of a largo
m m m
Mprrcklivlll'a Heart Lull.
Wailuku, Oct. 7. W. G. Scott;
formerly deputy sheriff of Maui,
assumed this week his dntioB as
head luua of Spreckelsville plan
tation. His friends aro congratu
lating on his rapid promotion.
Ant oxciting event which' for
time'promised to bo a very serioa
affair took pi ice on board the
huge U. S. A Transport Sberklao
during tho quiet watobos of yes
terday afternoon. f K
Many'of tbo bryj were engaged
in playing cards, shooting crapa
and otherwise passing tho tins
agreeably when they wore sudden
ly startled by ebouto of 'a fight! a
fight H" and a wild rush to the
scene followod. '
Private Sobnapp of Company
D and Private Hitler of Company
L who had beon shooting orapa
together had commenced quarrel
ing over tho game and were now
clinched in a desperate straggle.
Sobnapp was formerly a Texas
Ranger and bia antagonist alco
had seen sorvice calculated toj
harden bis muscles and make biaa
no easy victim in a fight.
Tho men of the Thirty-third
who wore on hand thought at first
that it was but a friendly scrap
and did not intorfro until
Schnapp managing to draw a .
dangerous looking pocket knife
mado a mad thrust with the weap
on at Hitler's throat. Up to this
timo Hitler had been thinking
ho had a privato snap, ho saw bis
mistake too late, howover, when
hn rocivod tbo blado of the
pocket knife in his uock
As soon ob the mon of the 33td
roalized that tho affair was in
earnest they seized tho contestants
from behind and bad them quick
Ruler's wound was examined
by the surgeon aud though it
was an ugly gsBh was declared
not bo of a danserous nnturo; tho
wound was dressed carefully and '
beyond this and a few bruises
Ritler is aH right.
Private Sobnapp was placod
The boys of the Reaimont aro
very much put nut ovo; tho oc
curence as tho Thirty-third has
tho reputation of doing ono of tho
finest lot of men in the sorvice and
they are vory much avorso to
trouble of any kind.
At n meeting of tho Triangle
Literary Club in the Y. M. O. A.
last evening the officers eleoted at
the last meeting were installed
aud various matters of bnsine
attended to. Meetings of tbe
Club will beheld every Monday
evening and open meetings will
be held monthly. Tbe following
program was rendered:
E. G. Ferrelra
Piano So 0 "March Honerolse"..
J. E. Davis
Sons VLuclyJlm" J. A. Tcroptetoii
Mandolin Solo "Venetian Valsc"
C. I Frazler
1 1 -it 1
Dr. Posey, fcpecialist for Eye,
kar, Throat and JNosodiseaef.' and
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Sal I "-' "-' l ' - PaMI
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191 I -r &"j H t'&HLaai
War A. - ; - xHiraaHi'
FOR MEN fcf 1 rmSkXw
For Sale by Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Fort' St., Sign af the Big She. B
A soldior from tho transport
Shoridan was arrested last night
on tho charge of drunkennesa.
Ho had beon out drinking swipes
aud was in such a paralyzed con
dition that ho was unabln to move,
although able to talk and toll of
whero ho had boon.
At a vory short session of tbo
Cabinet yesterday forenoon E.
Duvau:hel)o of Kaunakakai and
D. H. Kahaulolio of Pukoo wero
granted retail liquor licenses.
Thia complete tho list for Molo-kai.
Stockholders in tbo Orpheum
Co., Ltd., are notified that shares
with unpaid assessments aro de
linquent thirty days from this
day. Seo Now Todoy.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE GO.'S
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