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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1900.
Monday, Mny :'8.
Thcro wns to havo been a conference
hold with tho Bxccutlvo Council thto
morning by Mr. Edwards, superinten
dent of sower construction, and John
Wilson, contractor on tho outfall sew
er, and his bondsmen. Owing to tho
nonappearanc cot Mr. Wilson and his
bondsmen, tno discussion of tho mat
ter was delayed. Tho subject was a
report mado by Mr. Edwards In regard
to the present nnd prospective condi
tion of tho outfall sewer, and especial
ly in rcgaru to such delay In tho con
struction that performance within tho
contract time Is Improbable.
Walter E. Wall of tho Survey de
partment and Marston Campbell, Road
Supervisor, weio m consuitution witn
v tho Executive Council.
It was voted that tho Superintendent
of 1'ubllc Works bo Instructed not to
grant any building permits until tho
Surveyor General or his deputy shall
have certified that tho street lino has
been located on tho ground, and, fur
ther, that tho Road Supervisor shall in
spect tho location of all buildings
hereafter with rcfcrcnco to their erec
tion on tho lines and grades dcslgnat
1 by tho Survey department; and, fur
fher, that tho Superintendent of Public
Works shall Immediately notify tho
i.oad Supervisor in writing as to these
rospcctlvo locations and grades upon
signing any such permit.
Articles of association for tho Wn
hi aw a Sugar Co., Ltd., Bailey's Hono
lulu Cyclory Co., Ltd., nnd tho Hono
lulu Clay Co. wero referred to the
Monday, May 2i.
Tkere was a meeting of tho Trustees
" of the Hawaiian Planters' Association
this morning, at tho ofllco of C. M.
Cooko, prculdcnt. Tho chief matter of
discussion was tho forming of branch
labor fciipply associations on all tho Isl
ands. That lately formed on the Isl
and of Maul Is tho origin of the con
Should tho idea bo carried out, tho
different branches will elect delega
tions to a central conferenco on labor,
which will bo held from tlmo to tlmo
as deemed expedient. Tho matter will
bo furthor considered nt an adjourned
meeting on Monday next at 10 o'clock,
Tho matter of tho census blanks fur
nished to tho plantations for tho Feder
al census of 1900 received somo con
sideration nt tho meeting. Thcro arc
cxhaustlvo questions In the schedule as
to tho real and personal property held,
. the expenses, profits, etc. With a viow
k-to having tho dltforcnt planting corpor
ations work together in tho manner of
appointed this comlmttce: W. M. QIC
fard, Jan. 11. Castlo nnd F. A. Schaefcr.
Monday, May 28.
Meetings of the directors and tho
stockholders of Pioneer Mill Company,
operating the old sugar plantation and
mill at Lahalna, Maul, have been golnij
on all day. Weighty matters aro in
consideration, but not nil questions
will bo decided before this paper Is
Arrangements will probably be con
cluded whereby monthly dividends will
o paid from henceforth.
It U proposed to issuo $250,000 addi
tional capital stock. Also to bond tho
property for $500,000. Tho proceeds
of these operations will enablo the
company to complete a plantation rail
way system and other desirable im
provements. Monday, May 28.
Tuo funeral of tho lato Wm. S.
Drown took piaco from tho hall of Har
mony Lodge, I. O. O. F., King street,
Sunday afternoon. In tho neighbor
hood of a hundred Odd Fellows' and
other friends of tho deceased wcro pres
ent Tho remains wero deposited in
the Hasslnger mausoleum. Mr. Brown
having also been a Mason.
The services were conducted by J.
D. McVeigh, Noble Grand, assisted by
B. R. Hendry, Clerk, acting as chap
lain, whoso rendition was most im
pressive. Music was furnished by Bro.
Wray Taylor nt tho organ.
Tuesday, May 29.
Tho community was shocked this
morning at homing of tho death of
Mrs. Sloggett, many of whoso friends
woro not awaro that alio had been 111.
This sad event happened at 2 o'clock a.
m. Mrs. Sloggett died of heart trouble
with which sho had been prostrated
for a fow days. Yesterday her husband,
Dr. II. C. Sloggett, was In fair hopes
of hor recovery. .
Wednesday, May 30.
Uarsbal Brown, as head of the Citi
zens' Guard, and representing that body
of men, will decorato the grave of the
lato Charles L. Carter this afternoon,
according to tho custom that has been
In voguo for tho past four years, A
beautiful wreath of whlto flowers with
a yellow C in tho center, will bo placed
on tho grave
Thursday, May 31.
Grave fears are felt for tho safety
the schooner Rob Roy tnat left thta
port for Hanalel, Kauai, about three
Tho schoonor arrived at that place
In good shape and remained there long
enough to tnko on 450 bags of rlco for
Tke rtob Roy sailed from Hanalel
for Honolulu two weeks ago yesterday.
This news was brought by tho Inter
Island steamers. Tho usual tlmj for
schooners to mako the trip elapsed but
the Rob Roy failed to put In nn ap
pearance Of course, It may bo that tho schoon
or is still beating about trying to get to
Honolulu but tho weather of into has
teen very favorable nnd Intor-Island
termers havo been passing constantly
botwocn Honolulu and Kauai ports and
of the Week's News
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linlnrc Aula Park.
X' Walter E. Wall, city surveyor,
has made a. proposition regarding
Aala park which invites tho
earnest consideration of all work
ers for city Improvement. It is to
secure tho section of burned dis
trict Ewa of tho park as an ad
dition thereto. This section has
a frontage of 370 fc2t ftom King
to Bcrctanla street, along the lino
of Knmakcla street that opens out
on tho railway station. Tho pro
posed addition would add 11G feet
to tho park frontaga on King
Btrcct, nnd 145 to that on Bcrc
tanla street. Its advantage would
bo not only In making a larger
park. It would avert the almost
Inevitable result of having tho
Ewa end of tho park bordered
with n row of unsightly Oriental
shacks. Moreover, it would glvo
space for a driveway clear around
the margin of the park. The prop
osition includes making a EG foot
street along the river vail on tho
Waiklkl sldo of tho park, where
tho extensive utilization of a 20
foot roadway by vehicles shows
tho desirability of a respectable
thoroughfare. There are only
three proprietors, one being Jus
tice W. F. Frcar, holding tho nub
of land desired for this park ex
tension. Probably all three would
bo reasonable In treating with the
Government for condemnation.
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somo news of her ought to havo been
brought by this time.
Tho Rob Roy Is In command of Cap
tain Gcorgo, a natUe, and under him
nrc four natives. She Is Insured in tho
Alliance for $1000 and Is owned by
Scgasta, a Japaneoo carpenter rf tho
Thursday, May 31,
Ah was anticipated, thcro was a very
largo attendance nt tho ceremonies In
Nuunnu cemetery yesterday afctrnoon
over tho graves of departed members of
tho G. A. R".
Upon tho arrival of tho procession at
the cemetery tho band took Its position
and played Old Hundred, tho G. A. R.
and speakers of tho day taking their
respective, places. Post Commander
Eaton read tho ritual of tho G. A. R.
nnd then camo tho prayer of Chaplain
Cook. Lorrln Andrews delivered in
c.ear tones Lincoln's Gettysburg ad
dress. H. M. Sewall, orator of the day,
delivered' tho oration of tho day.
Wnlluku, May 28. -The annual meet
ing of the Maul Racing Association
was held In tho court houso last Satur
day evening. Senator Kcpolkal was In
tho chair, while Geo. Hons recorded the
The program for tho coming Fourth
of July races was then agreed upon,
constituting eleven events, running and
trotting races. Sheriff Baldwin as
chairman of tho executive committee
was allowed further time to arrango
with the Hawaiian Board of Health
with regard to replacing tho Judges'
stand iWhlch was burned down during
the plnguo times per order of tho Board
of Health as a sanitary measure.
Friday, June 1.
At a meeting of tho Memorial Day
commltteo held last evening, tho fol
lowing resoluclon was unanimously
Resolved, That wo the undersigned
members of the Memorial Day Commit
tee of Geo. W. Do Long I'ost, No. 45,
G. A. It., most heartily endorse the
patriotic sentiments set forth in the
address delivered by Hon. II. M.
Sewall In response to our special Invi
tation during tho services at Nuuauu
cemetery on Memorial Day.
(Signed.) E. A. STROUT,
J. N. WRIGHT,
W. L. EATON,
J. D. CONN,
JAS. T. COPELaND,
In view of tho absolute and studied
misrepresentation of tho Grand Army
Post nnd Mr. Sewall by tho Advertiser,
Secretary Copcland requests tho follow
ing statement made:
Editor Evening Bulletin: This
morning's Advertiser In commenting
on tho resolution passed by tho Memor
ial Day Commltteo held last evening
says "tho political friends of Mr. Sew
all busldo themselves to get an en
dorsement from tho G. A. R. of his sur
prising address on Memorial Day"
and farther on In tho same, article,
' out tho Memorial Day Commltteo
wulch had Invited Mr. Sewall, and wns
In a mcasuro responsible for htm
thought It ought to compromise by en
dorsing what patriotic things no had
said,' "but they suBlccd as a
peg to hang this resolution upon."
Allow me, Mr. Editor, to state that
tho committee was In no way ap
proachea by "tho political friends of
Mr. Sewall," neither wcro tho "patri
otic things' alone "whlcn ho said" con
sidered a sufficient peg "to hang this
Not only tho "patriotic" but tho truo
and sympathetic utterances wcro also
heartily endorsed by tho committee.
Tho G. A. R. is essentially and strict
ly a non-polltlcal organization .conse
quently wlulo they deeply rcgrot that
tho attack has been made, feel that In
Justice, to Mr. Sownll, tho public should
know our sentiments In tho matter,
JAS. T. COPCLAND,
For tho Memorial Day Commmlttec.
Honolulu, June 1, 1900.
Editor Evening Bulletin: 'lho Ad
vertiser article which Is published this
moriilng is untruo in every respect,
consequently very misleading. "Thfl
friends of minister Sewall" had noth
ing to do with "busying" themselves to
get an endorsement from tho G. A. R."
as to his memorial address, nnd fur
ther, tho committee did not meet in
"tho afternoon" but in tho evening as
per call of tho chairman. The resolu
tion as sent to tho Advertiser was
unanimously endorsed by the commit
tee, as also by others who wcro pres
ent and universal indignation express
ed at the Insult offered to Mr. Scwnll
and tho Post. Tho "Half Vindication"
and comments thereon, Is looked upon
ns an additional Insult. Comments on
the street were unanimous In the con
demnation of tho Advertiser's course,
in its attack on tho Post through Mr.
Sewall. "Veteran" must navo had an
"awful Jag" on, to see and "straight
forward defenso" of tho G. A. R.
In fact it Is tho first tlmo In my re
collection, that a Memorial Day ora
tion has ever been assailed. Mr. Sew
all was tho guest of the Post, and any
discourtesy shown him, was tho same
as though shown to tho Post. This
fact must bo apparent to any ono who
possesses n thimbleful of brains.
A. "VETERAN" AND AN ACTIVE
O. A. R. MAN.
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X- The success of tho promoters of
tho Kobala-Hllo Railroad seems ?J
now assured. Hon. W. O. Smith,
A- tho attorney for tho company has it-
JuBt received advice that tho com-
pany's bonds to tho amount of $
X- $3,000,000 havo been floated by V
v. tho firm of Dill, Bornclslor & H-
Baldwin of 27 Pino street, Nw it
X- This Is a firm well known
financial agents who havo been &
largely Instrumental In arranging :.
X- tho Carnegle-Frlck transactions -X-X-
that havo been so prominent of
X' President H. B. Gchr of tho Ko-
::- hala-HIio road returned to Hllo ;
X- by the last Klnau, tho plans sub- X
X' mlttcd by him to tho Govern- "
& ment having been approved, so &
X- that work on tho road construe-
-X tlon will commence nt once. it
Delay In completing tho flnan- Sf
X- clal arrangements mentioned it
above, was caused by. tho delay In X
X' Congress for completing tho dc-
-X' tails of Territorial government,
not by any dllllculty In creating .
X- confidence In tho cntcrprlso ltscir, -A?
X- which Is considered first class. :i
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