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A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, .7ULY 1, 1899. 12 PAGES
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Order of Procession
-Faneral of Her Late Majesty,
The Queen Dowager,
Marshal of the Republic and Officers.
Company of Police.
St. Andrew's Priory.
St. Antonio Beneficente Society.
Socledade Lusltana Beneficente.
'Ahahul Aloha Alna.
Ahahul Aloha Alna o na Wahlne.
Matron Kaplolanl Maternity Home and
Ahahul Hooulu and Hoola Lahul.
Konohlkls and Tenants of the Late Queen
Dowager's Private Lands.
Gr.ind Marshal and Aides.
Battalion Sixth Artillery, U. S. A.
Detachment of Blue Jackets from U. S. S,
Flrjt Regiment National Guard of Ha
waii. i Servants of the Late Queen Dowager.
Physicians In Attendance.
Clergy of the Roman Catholic Church.
The Right Revered the Bishop of Pano
The Right Reverend the Bishop of Ho
nolulu. Staff Officers of His late Majesty Kala-
Hon. J. T. Baker, Bearing Decorations of
the Late Queen Dowager.
Native Sons of Hawaii Drawing the
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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
,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
i sire, in thanking the public and
tt our patrons for past favors, to
request a continuance of their
good will to the Corporations
succeeding us, and of which we
I are mempers.
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, 1899.
Carriage with Prince Kawanakoa,
Prince Kalanlanaole and wife,
and L. Kamakala.
Carriage of Her Majesty, Ex-Queen Llllu-
Callage with Mrs. G. H. Falrchlld and
Carriage with Mrs. Stella Cockettand Mr.
Carriage with Hon. A. S. Cleghorn.
The President and Staff.
The Cabinet Ministers.
The Justices of the Supreme Court.
The Special Agent of the United States.
Consul-General of the United States.
Officers of the U. S. Army and Navy.
President of the Senate.
Speaker of the House.
The Procession will form at 2 p. m. on
Sunday, July 2d, on King street.
The line of Procession preceding the
Catafalque will be formed on King street,
with the right resting near Richards
street, carriages of those who follow will
form on the makul side of Kasvalahao
The Procession will proceed along King
street to Nuuanu street; thence along Nuu
anu street to the Royal Mausoleum.
All attending the funeral In carriages are
respectfully requested to furnish cards to
their coachmen In order that position may
be assigned to them.
The Procession will be under the direc
tion of Major G. C. Potter of the Presi
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs, June jo,
Foreign Office Notice.
The Funeral obsequies of Her late
Majesty, the Queen Dowager, will take
place from Kawalahao Church on Sunday,
July 2nd, at 2 o'clock p. m.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs, June
30, 1S99. 1260
by Henry May &
THE PROGRAM IS COMPLETE
Ball Id the Drill Shed Parade
log Affair Plenty ot Money
works and Literary.
The gonornl committee) for tho
Fourth of July oolobratiou mot
this noon io receive reports of the
various sub committeoj. Arrange.
mentb for the day have boon com
pleted and thero is every promiso
of a celebration befitting Hawaii's
first Fourth under tho American
Andrew Drown from the Finance
Committeo reported that ho had a
receipt for S4CG5 and had more
money ooming on Monday.
Mr. Boyd for tho ball com
mittee roportcd that n request had
been innde for the Executive
building and refused. The corre
spondence on the mutter wb read.
The drill shed had beon scoured
and tho ball will be held Tuesday
evening in that place. Tho ball
will open shortly nftor tho com
pletion of the Qii'works display.
Mr. Kennedy reported that the
fireworks will bo "fair" which
means that tho display will equal
if not exceed any previous year.
Tho firnwoika will be sot off in tho
Exocutivo Building grounds.
G. W. It. Kiug for tho Decora
tion Committee ntked for 850 ad
ditional which was teadily grant
ed. Col. Jones of tho Parade Com
mittee and Mr. Orabbo of tho
Sports Committoe announced all
arrangement complete and tho
appropriation largo enough.
Tuo literary coin um too program
is complete. Tho Amatour Orches
tra, Wray Taylor leador, will fur
nish the instrumental musio, and
Aunis Montague Turner will sing
two patriotic songs. Francis fJoggs
will road (he Declaration of indo
pondonce. Rev. M. S. Lovy will
deliver the principal address of
tho day. Hon. H. M. Sownll will
make a short address and appro
priate resolutions will be introduc
ed. It was voted to appropriate 100
for the Government band to play
at the fireworks and tho ball.
All arrangomonts. have been
completed for tho funornl of tho
l.to Quoon Dowager tomorrow
afternoon. It will ! one of tho
gmudest that ha over been wit
uotr.rd here. Tho order of pro-uoai-iju
and lino ot march will all
bo found in a By Authority in
Diroctly following thn catafal
que will bo tho puloulou or tabu
stick that is uow at tho hoad of
tho cotlin in Kawaiahao church
and bohind theso will bo tho
The catafalquo will bo com
pleted this evening by Ed. A.
Williams, who is tho director of
tho funoral program. Tho design
is a blondiog of Corinthian, Ionic
nud Ureoian colnmus and is
claimed to bo a mastorpioco ac
cording to the conception of tho
In Hi" Mausoleum.
Captain Farkor and tho polico
officers who ussisted him in tho
shifting of tho bodies of thoohiofs
and chiefesbos in tho Royal Man
soloum at Nuuanu yostorday,
moved the casket of Eaiulani to a
fiosition between thoao of tho
nto King Kulakaua and tho Prin
cess Likulike, hor mothor and un
do. Tho body of tho lata Quoon
Dowager will bo placod in tho
contor as has been tho custom for
many years past when another
body is laid to rest thoro.
Mrs. Luther Wilcox has come
down from TantaluB for a fow
days. It is the iutontion of Judgo
Wilcox to put up a small house
on his laud.
SUGAR EXPORTS $12,000,000
Large Increase in the Output of Sugar
from These Islands.
for First Quarter 1899
$1,000,000 Over First
Tho Custom Houso books not
only show an enormous output of
sugar from theao Islands for tho
firt five months of 1899, but also
stoadily advancing increase in
Tho statistics for tho first quar
ter of 1S99 as comparod with
thoso of tho same poriod of last
year show" an increaso in tho valuo
of tho sugar output of almost a
For the first throe months of
this year 104,979.402 pounds of
sugar woro exported from these
islands, valued at SG,333,G34;
while for tho same period last
year tho sugar export was 145,
978,472 pounds valued at 85,340,
805. So that tho firat quarter's
returns of 1899 show an moreaso
of 19,000,93 1 pounds output over
that of last yonr, and a differonco
in valuo of S997.829, or nearly a
Tho following figures will givo
tho reader an idea of this year'fl
incroaso in business ovor that of
Exported from Honolulu, First
thieo months of 1898-101,032,-027
lbs. valued at $3,791,310.
1899 -117,870,528 lbs., valued at
From Kahului, 1898-17,501,-751
lbs., valnod at 8007,531; 1899
19,810,438 lbs., valued at 8099,
From Hilo, 1S93-21,21G,8GI
lb., valued atS783,300j 1899-23,-0U7.038
lbs., valued at 8835,347.
From Mahnkona and Houo
ipu, 18982.597,830 lbs., valnod
893,020; 1899-4,233,398 lbs., val
nod nt SIGO.802.
Tho exports of sugar for April
and May of this year i.ro as fol
lows; tor tho month ot April,
from Honolulu, 47,531,753 lbs.,
valnod at Sl,858,80i.
From Kahului, 5,570,1)31 lbs.,
valued at 82 0,918.
From Hilo, 19,990,050 lbs.,
valued at 8770,020.
From Mahukona and Hono
ipu, 1,013,491 lbs., valued at 802,
000. For tho month of May from
Honolulu. 42,779,120 lbs, valued
From Kahului, 1G.105.G00 lbs.,
From Hilo, 9,941,188 lbd.,8490,
930. From Mahukona nud Hono
ipu, 4,233,410 lbs., valued ntSl95,
794. For the first fivo months of
1899 11100,312,805,003 pounds of
sugar havi beon oxportod from
thoso islands, Tho valuo of this
great amount is S12, 1 17,027. This
tnakos an nvorago monthly ship
ment of over 02,000,000 pounds of
sugar at a valuo of nenrly two and
n half million dollars.
New Trial Urantvil
Tho famous casa of Fortor
apaiiiBt tho Hawaiian Packing Co.
which has beon ponding in the
Courts for over two years, took a
now phaso today. By order of
tho Supremo Court, tho caso was
romanded to tho Circuit Court
and thn deoision of tho jury in
Judgo Stanloy's court set aside.
Tho decision of Judgo Perry in
tho sumo matter was sustained.
Goo. A. Davis for plaintiffs; Ma
goon and Silliman for dofondants.
COOI.nST ON IIKCOIIU.
Tho roport comes from the
Woathor Bureau today that this
was the coolest July morning for
eight years past and, in all pro
pability, on reoord in Honolulu.
Tho thormoraotor registered 03
ALONE ON THE OPEN SEA
Captain Frletsch Brings " Cole" from
'Frisco In 26 Days.
Trip Hade la Schooner Built by Hlmsclf
Slruck Bad Weatber First Da; Out
Notes of Trip.
The lono marinor, Captain
Adolph Friotsch, arrived in port
in his littlo thirty-fivo foot
schooner, tho "Coko" at about
11:30 a. ra. today aftor a trip of
twenty-six days from San Fran
cisco. Ho was sighted off port at
an oarly hour. Captain Mncaulay
went out later on nnd brought tho
"Coke" to an anchorage near tho
Pacifio Mail wharf with all sails
llying. Tho captain of tho littlo
vessel is very glad to get hero as
ho has been all alone einco ho
sailed from San Frauciecn on the
6th of June. Tho sight of human
faces is veiy good to him.
Captain J'nVtfch was anon by a
Bulletin reporter immediately
after anchor was cast from tho
schooner. In rtply to questions
asked ho gave out tho f.dlowiup
"As you have already seen in
the San Frnnoijco papers 1 left
that place in tho Coko with the
iutontion of making tho tiip
acrosB tho Pacific Ucean ns an ad
vertisement for tho Coko Dandruff
Company of Chicago. I built my
own boat and unmed it the Coke
aftor tho company for which I am
traveling. As you soo sho is but
thirty-fivo feet long and nine feet
wide and she draws but twenty
inches being a fiat bottom, contor
board affair. Fivo tons is all she
" Sho is a skiff as you seo nnd
will travel ovor tho water in good
shapo but not with groat speod.
Cotno along hero and I will show
you that she has no ballast what
nvor. Sho can ride anything al -though
sho does roll a groat doal
I might say here that from lh
time tho keol was laid until nil
was finished was just exactly six
wcoks and I had no ouo whatever
to assist mo. Tho deaign was on
tirely my own nnd I am glad to
soe that it proved ouo that a sulci
bring mo safuly ovor tho Pacifio
" I had very bad woathor tho
first day out. Thoro was a stiff
uorthwest wind blowing and it
was nil I could do to keep my lit
tlo craft hoaded in tho right di
rection. Added to tho bad luck
was my discovory of a lotk which
kept mo pretty busy for a few
days until I could repair damages,
Tho remainder of tho trip whs
very good although at timo-i I
came near going overboard from
tho rollings of the Coko. As you
ooo thero is no roiliug whatuvor. I
was vory much excited when I
looked at my watch I hud no
chronometer! two days out for 1
found that lwas just eight min
utes out aud white my latitude
was all right I was of coarne out
in my longitude.
" It was my first intenthn to go
to Manila nnd then travel further
on but I may stay hero. Iain to
rocoivo my ttrst payment on me
dandruff advertisement here.
If all things are favora
blo aud I can get a ve-sol
I will proceed no furthor than
Honolulu. This is my first trip
horo. I might Any for tho beaelit
of thoso interested that thero aro
some fioo sohaonerd up on tho
Sound tnat can bo bought for
almost nothing now us tho soasou
is vory quiot."
Friotsch is a Russian Finn 39
years of ago. 11 o is ovor six feet
in hoight and vory musoular.
Thoro is about him an appearance
of fearlessness and ho talks of his
voyage from S-tu Fraiioiaoo aa iE
it had beou but a littlo sail to
Pttrl Harbor. He BtateB that 1m
had as a quartermaster a pieo-j of
iron with uotahos with which ho
iided to sot his helm whilo ho nto
Ho made his first long trip in
1894 wbn he sailed ncross the
Atlantic Ocean from Milwaukee to
Uuropo, ranking tho trip from
Sandy Hook to tho Irish Coast in
34 days nnd 3 hours. It will be
romembercd that this was written
up all ovor the world a? one of the
most famous trips of the kind
Frietsch hns letters of introduc
tion to several in town amoDg
whom is Mr. Bruco Cnrtwriijht
whuso brother, Mr W. Alex.
Cartwright of San Francisco is it
friend of tho daring captain.
DIRECTORS OP THE BANK
Tho final net? tending to tho
oitnblisbrocut of the First Nation
al, or American Bank of Hawaii
woro complotod yesterday. Tue
Articles of incorpornlion, tho
bonds and placing of tho rieuuritios
necessary nudor tbe U -vised Sta
tus of tho Uuit d Smtes pertain
ing to Nntionnl Bink wro duly
placod nnd am now on their way
to Washington to bo approved by
tho Secretary f thi Treasury.
Tho Boird of Direct rs are Col.
Geoigo Muefurl-inn, Murk P. Ho
birjson, Bei j F. Dillingham,
Cecil Brown and Uruco Cirt
wripht. Tho capital stock in tho oiigtn
al charter grautcd by' tho Cabinet
yesterday was fixed nt SI, ( 00,000
with the privilege of an increase
to 53,000,000. The promoters
have not yot determined upon
their staff of officers. Their names
will bo announced during the com
Tho cstablitilirnont ot th's bank
is not purely loonl as miht be
inferred from the list ot director!.
A strong foreign capatnliatic pow
er is potent in the vouUiro.
At a meetiug of the Cabinet
this foronom it was decided that
tho lot on Uiver street appliod for
by a Japanese at d lo GuitSam bo
put up at auction for twenty years
at an annual rental of $0 ',
Thn placo further ninuka on
Boretanin street applied for by
Lam xot was alio u"ted on. It
was decided that the Survey De
partment divida the whole pL'CJ
of land in liv-i BctijiH to l put
up at tho upset prieoo recommend
ed. It was nlso decided that tbe
lesiros fill up the street gni la and
pus in sanitary conditions bofors
It was r-coiamondod that bu
applicant of Laio fir uemmis
sion ni unitary public In gnuittd
n oommiftsion a an agent to tike
Hcknowlodgemouls after he has
paused tho usual ox-iniiimlion.
Tlio matter of pniona was
dwelt upon and nuo recommend
od. This will do wctpd on at tho
m"oting of tho Couuuil of S.nto to
bo hold Monday afternoon.
A CiiiiI. Dry .11 mill.
O. J. Lyoim of tho Waathar
Bureau rep)ilB Juno us a cool
and dry in nth in is oho vu by
Rainfall 1.1 i iuohen, normal
1.51 iu. Teuipoatetnro 75 01 de
grees, normal 77.02 d grrc. Hu
midity 05 per cent,, normal 70.03
per cent. Dow poiijt 02 OG degree
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