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Vol. VI. No. 1230.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUHSDAY, JUNE 1, 1899.
THE' AMERICA!! BANK
WILL BE THE KA1ULANI
DR. H, STAN6ENWALD DEAD
U.S.S.PHILADELPHIA IN PORT
INTER-ISLAND CO, STEAMER
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FILIPINOS YANT TO KNOW M
Hon. Cecil Brown is advised, by
the Guolic mail, that nil nrrnngo
meets for establishing tbo Amer
ican bank of Hawaii will bo com
pleted on Iho arrival of tbo Aus
tralia. Tbero is nothing elso to re
port by this mail, as it baa not yet
bt'in decided who are to bo- the
Hhwaiiau incorporators. Col. Geo.
W. Macfarlnnp will return in the
Au'tralia, accompanied, ns bo paid
before ho loft here, by Mr. LiHoi!
if- thai, the lending San Francisco
promoter of tbo new bank.
" Tbo President and all tbo Di
rectors will bo Honolulu men,"
Mr. Brown Raid in answer to n
uestiou. Ho did not wiab to hay
who would bo President.
Tlin Oiifllo from 'Frlr.c.
The O & O S 8 Gaelic carao in
to port a little b( fore 12 o'clock
Inst nigght aud moored alongside
tbo Pacific Mail wharf. Tbo Gae
lie loft San Francisco a day be
hind timo, and on tbnt account ar
rived much later than sbo wns
looked for in port. About fifty
saloon passengers for Honolulu
wero brought by tho Gaelic, and
a score of others are on thoir way
to Yokohama, Nagasaki and
Hongkong. Purser G E Ghapin
reports an oxtrenioly pleasant pas
sago from San Francisco. Mr
Obas E Brown tbo former purser
of tho Gnolio, who is well known
in Honolulu, is taking a holiday
for a few weeks.
Mnlvi for Honolulu.
Balding, Cal., May 2i. James
Suoll of Fall river, in this coun
try, recoutlv shinned a bord of
fifty mules to tho Hawaiian Isl
nuda. Ho is so well pleased with
tbo mnrkot there that ho hatt
bought HO moro, which he is to
sond to tho islands in two ship
Tl Kugir Miirkrt.
Now York, May 25 Sugar
raw firm; fair refining, 4 l-8o ;
contrifugal, DO tost, -1 5 He; roo
lasses sugar. 4o. Itefi ul firm;
crushed, 5 7-8c; powdeiod, 5 l-'-'c;
granulated 5 3-8c.
Prosident Wight of tho Wilder
Steamship Co. returned from Sau
Francisco on the Gaolio Inst night
whero ho has been to parchaso a
boat for tho Inter-Island trade.
Tho now boat will bo called the
Kaiulani after tho lato princes,
ami in sitn will r.)60tnblo tho Ha.
waii. Mr. Wight informed tho
Bulletin roportor that it would
bo a matter of six mouths before
tho bont wa completed. She will
bavo 11 capacity of over 7000
bngs of sugar, nnd her
dimensions nro ns follows: Length
ovor all 15') feot, 30 feot bentn and
12 feet depth of hold.
Hay ,fc Wright of San Francisco
have tbo contract for nor null
which is to be of wood, whilo tbo
machinery nnd fittings will be
supplied by thoUuionlron Works.
Tho Kaiulani will bo fitted with
tbo latest itnprovemonts for hand
Mr. Wight snys that everything
is nctivity nlong tho San Francisco
water front, on account of tho
transport service, more than any
For Itrlintlnic or Flro Hl.k..
At tho meeting of tho Board of
Underwriters, held in tbo Cham
ber of Commerce yeatorddy after
noon at 2 o'clock, tho first stop
was taken towards tho rebating of
firo risks in those islands.
Tho first thing to be dono in
this connection, will bo to eoouro
tbo sorvices of nn expert in such
matters from California.
Sad Event Happened at 5:45 O'clock
Complication of Diseases t- Funeral
Horns Tomorrow Afternoon -of
Life of Deceased.
Came from Samoa In Abont
Officers Tell of Situation at Apia Mataafa In
terviewed by Commission Triumphal
Entrance of Rebel Chiefs,
Tho sad. news was spread about
the city this morning of tbo denth
of Dr. 11. Stnngonwald at his
homo in Nuuanu Valley at 5:15
o'clock from n complication of
diseases. Deceased had boon nil
ing for about two months. The
fuuornl will take place from tho
homo nt 3 o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Iutormout will tako place
in Nuuanu cometery in a spot
picked out by decensodhimsolf.
Dr. Stangonwnld wn3 70 years
of age, having been born in tho
year 182!) in DrosJon, Geimnny.
Deceased Bt tidied medicine at ono
of the best colleges in Vienna and
was surgeon during tho war be
tween Prussia and Huogary. At
the close of tbo war he embarked
for Now York nnd then, hearing
of tho gold fevor in California,
took a vessel around tho Horn to
San Francisco whero ho remained
for a short timo. In about 1850,
ho camo to tho Islands nnd open
ed n photograph gnllory nbovo
Duflin's mnrkot which stood whoro
tbo Nott building is nt tho prosont
timo. Thoro are in tho possession
of many of tho old people hero
jenniples of tho work of Dr. Stnu
genwald with arabrotjpps.
Jjato in the titties Dr. otangon-
Tho U. S. S Philadelphia with
Bear-Admiral Kautz aboard, ar
rived from Simon ntnn early hour
this morning, u little Hhort of
eleven days from Apia. The quick
trip was duo to favorable weather
throughout the voyage. The
Philadelphia will remain in port
about ten days, nfter which she
win sail lor bun l rnucisco. It is
supposed that she will go to Pugot
Sound nfter remaining in San
Francisco for n short timo.
Admiral Kautz is accompanied
by bis slnff, Lieut W G Miller
nnd Ensigu Sailers. Tho other
ollicors in tho Philadelphia aro as
follows: Capt Edwin White,
Commander; Lieut Com Loutzo,
Executive Ollicor; Liout Com W
S Hughes, Navigatiuo Officer,
Lieufs G H Browu, H A Field, F
H Sdofield and J H Hethering
ton, Watch Officers; Lieut Batts,
Chief Enginoer; Chaplain S Mo-
Porchased in San Francisco By Vice
To Be Handed Over June 8-Salllog Date for
Honolulu, Week Later- All About
The favorite notor William
McVay will inaugurate tho com
ing Shnkespereau ecnou with the Wald went bick to Vionna to com
immortal bard's sublime- produc- ploto his conrso in medicino. This
tiou "Othelo." Severn! of the clone, ho returned to Honolulu
prominent ex-monibers of tho
Janet Waldorf Co. have been re
taiuod and the company strenglh
on icl by tbo nddition of several
leading artist from tbo States.
Marshal Brown, tho deputy
mar-lmls and nil tho clerks at tbo
police station nppeored in uniform
today nccordiug to n recent order.
Why They Can't Have a Constitution
of Their Own.
Emmlsjarles Return to Citnp Without Reaching
Terms-Otis Rcpjrls Hie Delalluf
nnd onen d an oflico oil Merchant
street. Tho building in which
this otlico wns situated was torn
down but a few days ago to make
room for n modern building.
Dr. Stonaenwald built up a very
large pnotico and was particular
ly popular with tho natives who
nioknamed him Kauka Minulcolo
which means a doctor who does
not take n minute to euro. For
quite n timo past ho had not prac
ticed nt all.
Oua of Dr. Slangonwnld's hob
bies wns bia laboratory where ho
conducted experiments in chem
istry and electricity. It waB very
rnrely tho old doctor accorded nuy
ono tho privilego of entering this
nlace. It is said by tho old ka-
inaainas horo that Dr. Stnngen-
sire to notify their customepS!r1lUUr,a18torl8fifbftllcryin ihi8
v ,1 w .v j laboratory long before any such a
Messrs. J. T. Waterhouse de
s id correspondents that on June
.it, 1899, their Grocery and Pro
vision business will be absorbed
and taken over by Henry May &
Cu., 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
Vie Grocery and Provision
bigness will be continued at our
pre- nt stand? Bethel street, and
ardware andCrockery stock
-? moved to the stores of
cicific Hardware Co., Ltd.
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dated Honolulu, May 28th, 1899.
thing was thought of but that, uot
knowing the naluro of lus iIihiov-
ory, ho failed 'o gat cut a n m',
Wbou tho sto age battery v,jh fin
ally aunounetd the doctor saw
what a mistake h bad made.
Shortly nfter hi" nriivnl hern
tho second time Dr Staug-'nwald
was mnrriod to Ms M iry Di
inotid. mi nuut of W. V. Dimond
ol this pity. From this union
came throe children nil of whom nro
dod. Ono was poisouod, auotticr
drowned and tho last had convul
sions. His second wife wts Miss
Anne Dimond, the younger mater
of his first wife, nnd who surviv '8
ANOTIIKU C'llAIITi:il Ull.NTi:i.
Tho Maui Sugar Co., represent
ed bv tho leading OhinedO tuer-
chnuts of the city, has been grant
ed a charter by the Government.
Tho capital stock of tho company
is $2o0,(J00 and thoro nro U'.OlM)
shares at a par vnluo of S25 each.
Tho company has Iho privilege of
increasing its capital stopk to any
amount up to a million dollars.
Tho olhctrs for tho onBuing year
nro as follows:
Ohn Gem, president.
Yeo Chin, vice-president.
T Knt Poo, secretary.
Wong Kwni, treasurer.
O Din Sing, first auditor.
Y Ahin, LeoChu nnd T Atong.
Hunr Wr HUH "On.''
Now York, May 22. Reports
that tho sugar trade war would bo
soon amicably settled aro denied
by a member of tho firm of B. II.
Howoll & Sons, who represent the
Mollenhauur and National sugar
lister, Fleet Surgeon Strcot,
Fleet Paymaster Stanton, Fleat
Marino Ollicor PorklUB, I' A En
gineer Bush, Surgeon Lung, As
sistant Engineer McMorris, As
sistant Surgeou Odoll, Cadets Pet
tengill, Babcock, Sweet, Fleet Pay
Clerk Doylo, Carpouter Barton,
Gunner Jalfey nnd Boatswain
Crogan. Liout Hughes takes the
place of Lausdnlo killed in Samoa.
lu nn interview with vnrims
nllicers aboard tho Philadelphia
tlio following story of ntrairs in
Samnn was gleaned:
- " Tho lMiilndHiplna sailed from
Apia, Samoa, May 21. A day be
foro this, Mntanfn and his chiefs
went aboard tho Badgor to bo In
terviewed by tho Cmnistion. Their
outrauco into tho harbor incensed
tho American and English beyond
"The Btoam launch of tho Falko
started out in tho morning tiwing
a cutter from tbo Philadelphia nnd
nnothor from ono of tho British
boats. Tbo intoutiou wn9 to go
down nrouud the pniut to tho
place appointed by Matanfa. Once'
there, Mataafa and his poople
were to bo distributed in tho two
cutters and takon to the Badgor.
" When tho return wn mado it
was found tlmt tho launch wns
towiug n vory large cutter elabor
ately decorated in Samonu style.
In this was tho robel chief Mata
afa and his chiefs aud, in two
smaller boats astern woro n hun
dred or moro of Matnafn's people,
unarmed. JHirtnest astern were
Iho American aud liritish cutters,
ompty. Tho SnuionuB woro sing
ing a jolly eoug ns thoy ontorod
tho harbor, nnd tho whito ting nt
the how aud tho Samoau ting as
tern of Iho lnrgo boit were fljiug
as a triumphal march.
" Th-' boats bnuhd alongside
tho Badger and Mataafa aud bia
peoplo wero about to crowd nboard
whon they wore stopped by tbo
inou on guard. Thoy w&ro told to
wait until tho CommisKiou wns
rondy to receive thorn. Whon they
nuiilly gotnnonrd they woro quick
ly interviewed by the Communion
nnd, inside of an hour's time, wore
on tho way back to thoir headquar
ters. This timo, tho American and
British cuttor did not accompany
tho launch from tho German man-of-war.
"In tho meantime, n complaint
had beon sent to the Commission
from tho Araorican and British
ships. As n result, tho two boats
with Mntnata followers wero sent
out of tho harbor nnd tho nntivos
told to return to their headquar
ters. " Nothing could bo learned of
tho action of tbo Commission in
regard to Mataafa as tho greatest
secrecy was preserved. Enoh
moraber of tbo Commission is
armed with ardors from his gnv-
On May 25 tho purchn-io of tho
htoamor Ilu-Mimno by tho lutor
Ijlind Co. of tliH city was con
summated iu Sau Francisco. Tho
vessel was formerly owned by
Gray ,fc Alilouoll nnd plied bo
tween San Francisco and Sound
ports. Captain Johndon who has
beon in command of tho steamer
for some timo, will bnug hor 1 1
Tho Huonome is a wooden ves
sel with the following dimensions:
Gross tonnage, 311.72; net, 200.H2;
length, 148.0' feot; boam, 33 1 G;
dopth of hold, 11 02. Sbo was
built by Bondickson in Humboldt
in 1837 aud made 9J knots on her
trial trip. Tho engiues and boilors
wero built by tho Fultou Iron
Tho Huonerao will bo turned
ovor to John Ena Juno 8 and will
sail for this port in Weloh t Go's
Line about Juno 1j. Upon ar
rival horosomo changes will bo
mado in tho stenmor's deck plan
ns well ns tbo accommodations for
o (beers nnd crow which nre at
present bolow decks.
Tho Uueuemo is nnrnod after n
small but very important shipping
pott of Ventura County, Cal., to
which is tributary most of the
great grain aud stock ranches of
tho lo.vor Suita Clara vmlov.
P.T. CM. WIN.
Continued on Pago 1.
Tho PTC team won from the
B T O'a iu yesterday's final match
iu doubles so that tho honors for
this year aro oven the latter club
having won tho single. The play
ing was good on tho wholo, nl
though both tonms did bad play
ing nt times. Every man was
playing n most careful game and
for that reason tbero wero but tow
brilliant plays. Brock aud Adams
represented tho P T O's and 11ob
and Elston tho other club. Tin
First Bet was wou by Elston ami
Boss, 0-2. AdnuiB and Brock then
got down to work, pulling out the
second set, (i-3 and the third, G-l.
Elston aud Boss took the fourth
set, 0-2, aud tlion camo the doi id"
iug set. Brock nnd Adfims bung
togethor well and .worked thoir
gnrao in good style, 'wji lining out,
(J-!3. At tho completion of tlin
doubles, Iho cups nnd other pri.
woro presented to tho various
wiuners by Chairman G. P. Wilder
of tho tournament oommiiteo.
As tho Sherniau was g'ttiDg
out into thofitrenin about 8 o'clock
this morning, the U S b I'lnlndel
phia btonmed into pott. Th, llus
riinn cruiser Ilnzboynik hoisted
tho American colors and lirrd a
salute of 13 guns iu honor of ihe
Admiral. Tho Pbilndelphin hoist
ing tho Bussiau Hag, returned tho
A well filled house greplcd last
uight's chaoge of program. "My
Wife's Brother" tho faroe in which
tbo funny qunrtotto Mny Ashley,
Post, Bnrtou and Howard took
part, scored n hit. Tho other ar
tists completed a thoroughly en
MrrUK Llern.. l.nn.
D. E. Whitman and Virginin
A. W. Moyor and Oharlotlo A.
Honolulu Mcssongor Service do
livers messagos and paokngou.
Tlio Philadelphia sailed from
this port Fobrunry 21 aud nrrjvrd
in Apia, March 4. Sho Iihb been
away from this port a littlo over
Tbo match raco between Sym
nathetiS's Last aud Boboliuk
takes placo at tho raco track at 3
o'clock this nftornoou. This will
bo a vory interesting contest.
Manila, May 2.1, 5:30 p. m.
Tbo Filipino commissioners left
hro by npecinl train today. They
will bo eorted to their lines un
der a lltg of truce. It is expected
they will return sou.
President Gonzaga of the Phi
lippiueCominiseiou, previous to his
departure, said: "Wo greatly
appreciate tho courtesy shown us.
We have spont some timo with
your commisnioners, incidentally
considering tho Amoricau consti
tution Its principles impress us
"The plan of government offer
ed tho i'hilippiuos seems iu the
ory to bo n good colonial system.
But why blmuld a nation with
your constitution seek to mnko a
colony of n distant peoplo who
have beon bo long lighting ngaitiBt
Spain to secure the snmo rights
your constitution givor xoo
fought tho tuino battle in Amonoa
when you fought againat Eng
land." In tho fighting nt Sau Fomnndo
yesteiday fifty Filipiuos woro
killed aud many wounded. Tho
AmoricaiiB had two killed nnd
(JriKTut Oil,' I. u I '( Itftxtri.
Wushiugtou, .May 25. General
Otis sent tho following dispatch
to tlio War Di'pirtment:
"Manila, May 25, Adjutant
General, Wn-diiiigtoii. Oti2:M iuet.
Third Infantry roturuing to
Baliug wire nltaeked moroiug,
no in and evening by n large forco
of tho enemy Buffering iu casual
ties, two men killed and thirteen
wounded; enemy repuleod, low
iug on iho field hixteen killed,
largo number wounded nnd pii
soners. Yesterday enemy appear
ed in vicinity S.iu Ftruaudo, at
tacked KaiiBas and Montana rog
linouts w'ljch Gutrered slight loss.
Enemy diiveu through rico fields,
leaving fifty dead, tbirty.eight
wounded aud 2J prisoueis; fifty
ritlos nnd other property captuicd
their retreat through swamp land
saved thorn from destiuction;
Lavton returning, leaving with
MacArthur ou tlio front regu
lar tro ps to replace volunteers.
1). 1'. Thrum I.r'itra fur 'I'rl.co,
Among tho pa-seugors who loft
for Sau Fraucisco iu tho Fort
George today was David F.
Thrum, who will uot return uutil
about the 1st of Soptomber. Whilo
on tho Coast Yida will bo niir-
lied aud will bring his biido
homo with him.
There will bo u dnnco at tho
llealani Yacht and Bout Club
houso Friday oveuiiig. Tlio Quin
tette Club will bo present to fur
nish the music. A good timo is
promised. Tick' ts may bo bad of
Walter Wall, O. B. Gray, L. M.
Prescott, Guy Gere or at tlio door.
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