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VOL. XI. NO. 4347.
TAKAHIRA TO DISCUSS AFFAIRS
BIG DITCH IN
Control Of Kohala and Hamakua Irri
gation Companies Brought Under
Holding Company of Large Capital-Col.
Parher At Head Of It
A consolidation of the control of tliu
Hawaiian Irrigation Co., I. til., capital
ized nt $1,250,000 nml tlu colitrol of
tho Kohala Ditch Co., Mil., capitalized
nt $500,000 to be increased to $S0O.
000 to cover Improvements anil exten
sions maito and to bo made was of
fi'Cli'il today through tho iiKcncy of tbo
Henry Wnterhouso Trust Co., Ltd.
Tlio Holding Company In tliu I'nr
kor Consolidated Irrigation Company,
I. Id., and the control of tills Company
Ik placed In the IiandR of tho Water
ltouso Trust Company, ns trustee, the
purpose 'being to consolidate tho In
terests of the two ditches continuing
the water output of tho Kohalu and
Ha malum districts. ,
Tho capitalization of tho new Com
pany, the Parker Consolidated Irriga
MANY FETES FOR
, Tho Japanese squadron will be
hillllantly Illuminated next Tues
day night, when Admlia Ijlchl will
Kle a banquet on board his lliigshlp
Soya In honor of Governor 1'iear
and Mayor Kern. Theie will bo
about twenty people at tho banquet.
On Wednesday night the Admiral
wll honor Consul U)eno and promi
nent local Japanese.
This afternoon ex-Governor Clcg
luuu Is giving a picnic on his beauti
Tomoiiow afternoon, commencing
nt 1 o'clock, the warships will bo
opened to inspection by tho public,
At the noon hour tho Admiral, Cap
tains ishli and Sato, and tba Atlinl-
You can get
Nowadays in a ready-to-wear suit
of clothes made by expert tailors
than you can in custom-made clothes
put together by mediocre tailors.
And you can get more satisfaction
ieady-to-wear suit than in any
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
tion Co., Ltd.. In $1,500,000, thcro be
ing 150,001' hhares of Block at n par
value of $10.00 each paid up and was
formed by Col Sam Parker putting In
IiIh contiol of the Kohala Ditch Com
pany anil J no. T. McCrosson puttlnR
In tho control of the Hawaiian Irriga
tion Co., Ltd.
The Hawaiian IrrlKatlon Company is
the successor, of the llamakua Ditch
Company that has already completed
twenty-four and n half miles of ditch
In tho llamakua district. It supplies
tho Pnclfle Sugar Mill, tho llamakua
Mill and Paauhau.
Tho consolidation means that thcro
will bo no conflict or Interests be
tween the two largo IrrlKatlon com
panics that have developed the water
of tho llamakua and Kohala water
inl'H staff will dine with Consul For
In tho afternoon Admiral IJIcht's
, band will, play at tbo baso ball
Next Monday night Admiral IJI
! chl anil his o Ulcers will ha tlio guests
of honor at a banquet ut tho Coni-
' mm ..lul rl..1.
Amung tho Japaneso newspaper
men making their dally visits on
board tho tlagshlp Sayo Is S. Sheba
of the Hawaii Shlnpo. The Daily
Chronicle Is represented by Mr. Ono
dera. Those two gentlemen nro wall
liked by the ofllcerH. None of tbo
lepiesentatlvea of tlio Nlppu havu
tailed on the Admtial.
There is only
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14 PAGES. HONOLULU TEBEIT ORY OF HAWAII, AATURDAY.
St. Clair Illdgood, for four years and
a half tho ixiputar manager of the
Halclwii hotel, has resigned his post
(Ion to tako effect tho first day of July
or as soon after as tils successor can
bo secured. Mr, llldgoott will leave
for I -oh Angeles by tho first boat on
which he can secttro accommodations
as ho has Interests theno demanding
his attention. This resignation Is very
much of a surprise as Mr. llldgood
has been regarded as one of the suc
cessful fixtures of Han alt. Ho has
been over eight years In tho Islands,
two years at tho Moana, two nt the
Volcano House and the remainder of
tho time, nt Halelwa, which he has
brought to n high state of ixipularlty
among people who wish nn outing In
tho country with city luxuries.
C. Ij. D.
The wreck of the Itepubllc and I'loi
Ida with the rescue by the Italtlc
Operator lllnns Is shown working at
his instrument sending the call for
help. See this great film at tho Park
Theatre tonight and Saturday
MEMORIAL DAY OF
Admiral Ijichi Will Not
Be Present At
Tomorrow Is a great day for tho
lficnl .Tnniltefcf. It In llielr Mi.tiinrlut
Day, and they will celebrate tho day
with appropriate ceremony.
In tho loienoou, about 10 o'clock
there will bo memorial services In the
.lapinese school on N'uuuuu sttcet.
above VlneyunU All the Japatiest
School children from different schools
win ue mere m ini.o, pari mi ine ex
ercises. Admiral Ijlchl, Captains Ishli and
Sato as the two ri niseis will not bo
picK'iit, as was expected. I'lc.g Lieuten
ant Shlmoniura, staff to tho Admiral
stated this morning that the olllcers
nml midshipmen could not possibly
attend In a body, because they would
have to piepare for the examination
which will bo held during tbo voyage
from l.eie to Japan.
It Is understood that Admlrnl Weill's
leal reason for nut participating In tho
exercltes Is a-deslto to refrain from
doing anything that might bo con
strued as mixing In tho present differ
ences In relation to the labor situation.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
I Bulletin Editnri-I Room Phone lHa.
For a few days only,
wc arc offering some
investments of the
very best type. This
will give you an
opportunity for per
fect security of a few
hundreds or several
necessary. Call today.
one best Way to do anything the B lletin does
WASHINGTON. B. C. June 26. It
li stated that tha temporary recall by '
hit Government of Daron Takahlra.
Japanese Ambassador at Washington,
Is1 due to a desire on the part of the
officials at Toklo to discuss with him
the condition of affairs In America.
TAKAHIRA GOES HOME.
WASHINGTON. June 20. Jap-'
anese Ambassador Takahira has '
been recalled temporarily by the
LONDON, June, 20. .Admiral
Charles Beresford, until recently in
command of the British navy, stated
today that a navy adequate to the
proper protection of Great Britain is
impossible unless the dependencies
of the Empire organize fleets. He
pave as his conviction that the Brit
ish Empire is not prepared for war.
PHILIPPINE NAVAL BASE.
WASHINGTON, June 26. The
Havy Department state that the
naval base for the Philippines will
be Manila or Olongapo.
ROOSEVELT FAMILY SAILS.
NEW YORK, June 26. The fam
ily of ex-President Roosevelt sailed
today for Europe- where they will
lemain until Mr. Roosevelt returns
from his hunting tour.
WASHINGTON, June 26. The
Senate today adopted the amendment
to the tariff bill admitting wood
pulp free of duty.
Klght I.ipaueso weie this afternoon
ancsted at Wnllupo by United Stale
Marshal Hendry, on liidlctmunts re
cently returned ugulnst theml by the
Federal Grand Jury, in which they arc
charged with conspiracy In certain
nets violating the IMiuiinds I. aw. They
nro Klsnklchl lukl, Ilnshl, Hlkalaro,
Kodania, Ha in. Kato, Okubo, Kukaya.
Hlsaklchl Yokl and Mutsu Kiuluma
wero arrested on iudlctmcntH dung
ing them with adultery
Bulletin Business Ofllce Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be
the Lurline, about June 30.
Island Fruit do..
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
JUJIE 20, 1900. 14 PAGES.
The cruiser St. Iou:s entered the
h.irhor at 1.30 p. m. and owing to the
Japaneso training ships nt the naval
wharf, docked at tho Oceanic wharf.
Tho Japanese saluted her as she went
She will probably tnke on 1000 tons
of coal here, but It Is not known what
her plans are or how long she will
KOHALA BOP CALLED
Kohala plantation directors have
hl1,..l I.. flEflnn ..r .1... r. . '
V.llll-ll 111 fltl.Uin. ij inu ,Mjmil) H
bonds, pa) able tho first of August.
This Is a larger amount by $15,000 than
wus paid lust ear Castle & Cooke,
the agents, announce their willingness
to take up the called bonds at any
time, paying par with accrued inter
est to the date of payment. The
agents nro willing to do this In order
to accommodate any bondholders who
may see an opportunity for other In
vestment and wish to secure tho pay
HOY AND CHOY
U.S. Commissioner Judd
Fixes Bonds At
(loo Wan Hoy and Ian See Choy,
both nrrested yesterday on charges
prefer led by Internal Revenue Collect
or Drake, that they hud violated the
rovenuo stamp regul itlnui. were tir
ralgned this morning before Unite I
States Commissioner Judd and both
Tho Commissioner cited theiii to ap
pear In tho United States Circuit Court
October 12, ready for trial. The bonds
wero fixed at $511(1 each ami the pris
Tho accused protest against their
guilt and It Is understood will light
Japanese band will
GIVE FJl CONCERT
Tho band from Admit a! IJIcIiI'h
squadron will treat the people of lit.
noliitit to nn excellent musical prigri'm
at tho .Mojna hotel tomoirov oienlut;
from 8 to 10 o'clock. The baud Is a
splendid organization and plays a ciy !
high class of music Arm and navy '
people and the townspeople generally
aie luvitcjl to ho present t.i listen to
the band amidst beautlliil surround
ings and lovely moonlight oveihead. ,
John I.Ingham was on a toot last
night ami had to face Judge Iing this
morning The honor cost him Just
THE PALM stands
for the best only
in all things to eat.
Hotel, nr. Union
The Boys Run
From the ofllce to the place of call
and from there to destination, It's
their mission to "scoot."
TERRITORIAL MESSENOER SER.
it every day
Special Police Officer Describes Attack
Made By Mob-Chased Into House
And Held Prisoner With Officer
When tho conspiracy trial was again
set in motion this morning before
Judge Itoblnson, tlio prosecution sum
moned K. M. Scovlllc to tako the stand
Mr. Kinney asked, "What were the
crowd doing whey Miaucht said shoot;
Witness: "They were hooting and
hollowing, and wo Jumped back and
pulled our revolvers. The crowd
closed right In on us."
Kinney: "In the crowd that night
was there any evidence of lcnde.-shlp?"
I.lghtfoot: "Object on ground it
was leading." Sustained.
Kinney: "Describe action of crowd
ns a whole."
Witness: "Some Inore esicclally
loud and yelling certain Japanese
wouls. 1 attempted to Identify them
and the iiieujuniped hack.
Kinney. "What was the word the
Kinney. "How generally was It
Witness: "All around us, In front
end Irhlnd its."
Kinney: "What happened after the
crowd closed In."
Witness- "We were rushed Into a
hoii'e across tho street."
Khun ,-. "How long did tho prison
er .iiug;'t after ou had seized him."
"About fifteen minutes."
What did the others do
"Several rushed up to as
"What was tho attitude of
Witness: "They waved their arms
Jumping and making all sorts or mo
tions. Konto had stones."
Mr. Scovlllo then gave n practical
demonstration of the manner In which
the men LCted.
Mghtroot objected to tho leference
to uso of atones ns lint dealing dliectly
wllli the men.
Kinney said two hud already been
Identified. Tho motion was denied.
Kinney: "Tell us nil) thins ou
know about missiles."
Witness: "When Splllner called
'Stand back!' there was a great ro.ir.
and the crowd began throning stones."
Kinney: "Plcaso pick out among
these defendants who were thcro that
Scovlllo mentioned by the manner
in which the defendants weio ar
ranged, Un men whom he Identified as
participating In the riot.
Kinney "What happened when
Kant Kawita shouted?"
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styles. One pair sells another. The
new University last has just arrived.
We have them in patent kid and
vici kid oxfords.
Every lay an unused ice box or
cook stove remains nndcr the home
or out in the barn it loses value.
The easy way to sell it is to let a
Bulletin want ad do it for you.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Witness- "The crowd began throw
ing sticks mid stones at the SplUncrs."
Kinney. "When the Spllliicrs cried
'(let back'' did they step back?"
Witness No, sir."
Kinney. What did you say?"
Witness: 'Wills told them to go
honie, Mop buck or he would shoot. I"
told them the same thing."
Kinney: ' Did nit) ono obey yirtir
order to go home?"
Witness "No. sir." ' '
Mr. Scovlllo whs then given a pencil
and paper and rec.uested to niakn u
lough sketch of i he bouse In which ho
en I Wills were driven by tho crowd.
and the roads rurroundlng It.
A recess of ten minutes was taken
to allow Mr. Scovlllo tn complete Ills
sketch. During this Interval the thir
teen defendants switched around and
when court reconvene ,lhJ'- al In
different tinier (lian arranged by the
Judge and Interpreter Ynmnila. li.
this way It was more dllllcult to Idcn
tlfy them The drawing was shown
the Jury and gave them tho relatlv
Ideas of distance which figured In th.
Light fool objected tn gdivllleV
ktalementa ulalhe m thnso who par
ticipated. Klnnoy said tbnt uo law abiding cit
izen had any biiklnusB In n Hot utiles
theio In eiiforcr tho law; utherwlst
be was In danger.
The objection was ovprrnle ' ,n. tin
wlinefH proceeded to pick on th t. ,.,,
and detciibc whit the) ,M,
Before- United States IHmh-t Judge
Dole this morning the n. .mmotit In
the Rlilgenietsu Uiueno habeas cnrnur
hearing wero concluded, and the court
dliected both .sides to submit brof
fur consideration. Tho bond under
which tbo Japanese woman is held was
reduced by an order of tho Judgo from
JM00 to J 1000. A yei.no application
has been niado to Clerk Murph) for
admission to ball, and the woman In
( still In Jail. The arguments of Attor-
nuj j-vii-r. counsel mr tno woman,
practically cover an attack on tliu
constitutionality of the act of depor.
tntlon lite Immigration Department,
tluoimh lite Department of ('oinmerca
nnd l.ilior. Issued an in iter to deport
I'mi no for an alleged tluluiUni or the
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