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Vol. VI No. 1209.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESPAY, JULY 12, 1899.
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THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,
KAAE DAMAGE SUIT
FLOW MAKING TOWARD HILO
NAME OF STOCK.
C. Brewer & Company
American SugarCo ,al
American SCo .pJ up J
Ew I'Umallon Co ...
llflmn Plantation Co
Hawaiian Com 8c Su Co.
Hawaiian but!" to ...
Honomu Sugar Co . ,
Honnkaa Sugar Co...
Haiku Sugar Co.......
Kahuku Plantation Co
KamaloSutar Co, at
Klpahutu Suftar Co ..
k'oloa Sugar Co.......
Kona Sugar Co. as..
Kona Sugar Co .N up
Maunalel Sugar Co as
Alaunalel Su Co pi up
NahlkuSu Co., pJupl
Oahu !ijar i-o-npany
Ookal i Sugar Plan Co.
Olaa Su. Co , LU., as
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
.Pala Ptanlatlon Co....
Pepeckeo Sugar Co ...
Pioneer Milt Co
Walalua Agr. Co . as1
Walanaa Company . .
Walluku Sugar Co....
Walmanalo Sugar Co
-Waimea MM Co-....
"WlU.r Sfcatn.Mn Co.
Inler-lstanl Steam N Co
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co .
Kona-Knu T. RtT.Cn.UJ
Mulual Telephone Co ,
Makahi " U pJ up
HatldcCo.. LU.. .
Hon lire" a Milt Co..
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov. 5 per cent
Oahu Ry & Lan J Co .
Note Figures of A. M. session Honolulu Exchange
Between Boards 100 llnnokaa 36H.
Morning Session so Honokaa 16, 10a Kwa a8,
10 Walalua as too, jo Klhel paid 40, tj do 40. 4J
Kllitl as 9W. n Klhel paid 40.
tli-oeen Boardt m McBryde 2 85, 100 do t 3o.
to Kamalo 1 80, 11 McBnde a.7J. 100 do a.TJ. 40
Klliel 9 jo, 100 K'araalo i.oj.
The campaign against Aguinaldo
Is described in On To Manila.
Jossie-Kaae has brought an ac
tion for replevin and for damages
in the sum of $8000 against tho
O. It. & L. Co., a corporation, and
sets forth in brief, tho following:
That on May 30, 1899, whilo a
passenger on the outbound train
to Eabukn and in pos3ossion of a
first claBB tioket which was hand,
ed to tho oonduotor, certain per
eonnl baccsco of. the value of
$7053 was forcibly, rudely, un
justly and oontrary to law and the
riEUts of the plaintiff taken away
from her and converted to the use
of tho defendant snob artiolos and
their value being as follows:
Royal neoklaco, bracelet and nibo
palaoa, 87000; black scarf, $15;
rallied black and white chiffon,
$5; 2 long chemises, $4; 2 black
holokiiB, $5; petticoats, $12; calico
boloku, $2; miscellaneous articles,
$5. All tl eso were contained in
Junius Eaae, husband of Jessie
Kane, has also brought an aotion
for replevin and for daraago in
tho sum of $500 on tho same
grounds and against the same
corporation and complaining Chat
the following articles were forci
bly, rudely, unjustly and contrary
to the law and the rights of the
plaintiff token from him and con
verted to the use of the defendant:
Two euitB clothes, $32; under
shirts, etc, $5; miscellaneous
articles, $10. All those wero con
tained in a sitchel.
Humplneya & Hsnkey havo
boen returned as attorneys for
the plaintiffs. Tho case will come
up during the August term of tho
News Received In the Steamer Uport
Ltlter from SherILT Andrews (o Attorney Gen
eral Ccopar Giving Very Latest News
An Increase In Speed.
Pollc Court Notes,
In the Police Oourt this fore
noon the following oiBoa were dis
posed of: Ah Eai and Ah Lau,
affray, SI and coats: Sam Ainot,
Srofnnity, $5 aud costs; John
olabola, larceny in the second
degree, one year in tho Roform
Bouool; Ah Wa, che fa ticket in
possession, 85 and costs.
MW Ail1 THE! lis
BETHEL : STREET,
ex S. S. Australia:
The latest news in regard to the
flow from the crater of Mokua-wf-oweo
was recoivod in the steam
er Upolu thin foronoon from Ko
na and other'Hawaii ports. When
the steamer left Hookeua on Mon
day last the rppnrt current (hero
was that tho flow had reached a
position about six miles from Hi
lo but that thore was no menace
to the town as it was aworving
off in tho direotion of Waiakea.
This story haB been proven with
out foundation by a letter under
date July 10 from Shoriff An
drews of Hilo to Altornoy Gener
al Ooopor. The main facts in re
gard to tho flow were very kindly
furnished thri Bulletin by Mr.
Oooper thid afternoon aud aro as
" The lava from the oruption
near the summit of Mauna Loa
continues to flow with apparently
undimishod force. As far as wo
enn learn, and wn aro taking parti
cular pains to inform ourselves of
everything in connection with tho
tlow, it in still uncertain what
course the flow will take. It may
go to Kau, Olna, Hilo by way of
the 18HI tlow. or Kibolo, by way
of the 1859 flow. If it takes tho
first or last of these courses it will
of course moan little or no dam
age to Hilo. Past history shows
that flows from near the summit
are both large and long, for in
stance, tho flowjof 1881. ,
L.VTEH "I havo juit'learned by
telephone from a polico officer at
Waimea that tho flow has reached
a point near or bolow Kalaeeha
bills, the main statian of the Hu
muula sheop station. This in
formation was gleaned by the
Eolice officer from a native who
ad just come down from the
place and is no doubt authentic
If this is tho cbbo the courso must
be direct to Hilo and not Eiholo.
"I am qofag to the scene of
activity tonight to procuro full
information regarding tho flow:
The routo which I shall tako aud
which is the easiest one, now
is by way nt waimea, inning
from tboro the wagon road to
Tho letter which Attorney Gen
eral Cooper reoeived from Sheriff
Andrews is endorsed by Judge Q.
The Upolu brings the new Ihat
there has been auotuer outbreak
on the Kona side of Mauna Loa at
nhnnt. tlm nnniA AllitndH na theonBB
on the Hilo side. Captain Hon
nioosen of the little steamer says
that whilo on the way from Eailua
to Eawaihae on Tuesday tho place
from which the lava was flowing
vaa perfectly visible. There was
great deal of steam, and in the
night time the hoavonB wero iilu
miuated for milos around, ranking
a beautiful Bight. Ho HtateB
furtho r that not only did ho boo
tho flow, but that people all ovor
Kona state that it is a reality, it
id thought that thid now outburst
ooourod on Sunday.
Acuofl of tne unaraDer or commerce at
T a Meeting Today.
Appointed to Take Place of A. S.CIeghom, Re
signed Will Lea?e Friday for
I Ihe States-Other Matters.
There waa a full attendance nt
the meeting of the Chamber of
Commerco this forenoon. Tho an-
nual lineelins will bo held next
montn. At this time officers for
Improvements and Alterations on tbe
Will Cost $300,000 Two Large Docks to
Be Constructed To Accommodate Ves
sels Drawing 28 Feet.
the ensuing year will be chosen.
The first business of the meet
ing vjas tho choico of a Commis
Bt'onor to the Omaha Exposition to
take tho plnco of A. S. Oleghorn
who resigned from ihe position a
ehdrj imo ego on account of ill
nes& OrM. Cooke, seconded by W.W.
Allenf prop6scd tho uame of Dan
iel Logan who is secretary to tho
Commission. This was amended
by Henry WntorhouEO and second
ed ty E. O. Macfarlano to the ef
feet that Ed. Towso bo appointed
Commissioner. This amendment
prevailed aud Towso was appoint
ed. It was then voted that Henry
Watjbrhnuso aud J.. J. Egan be
mnde,Honornry Commissioners as
it is their intentiou to go to tho
States and to Omaha in tho near
A letter from J. A. Filobor, sec
retary and manager of the Califor
nia State Board of Ttade, was
read. Tbe Chamber of Commerce
of Honolulu was naked to prepare
for the coming annual fair of the
Statu of California a small Hawai
ian exhibit of uon-pcrishablo arti
cles in which might be inoludod
samples ot uiuerent island pro
Proposition of Sheriff Andrews of Hilo
To Stop Flow.
His Letter Read" at a Meeting of Execuliro
Council Todaj-SajsLan Is Speed
log Oo Toward Hilo.
Commandor Merry was inter
viewed by a Bulletin reporter
this morning in roferenco to the
plans and dctnils of tho new gov
ernment docks to bo constructed
at tho foot of the government
reservation. Tho contractors nre
busily ongaged iu getting tlio
dredgers ready for the work of
excavation, and expect to htart ou
the work of digging out the coral
about tho first of next mouth.
Everything has to be completed
by March of next year, n year
from tho time of the signing of
tho contract. In this undertaking
Commandor Merry will havo the
able assistance of Carpenter Hay
of tuo United StatB .Naval D-
partuient who arrived from Situ
Francisco ou the Naval Transport
Solnce la9t Saturday.
Two large docks nro to be con
structed next to the present gov
ernment slip near tho pilot bouse,
thny will each be about 140 feet
wide, by about COO feet long.
Tho dredgers havo 80,000 oubio
foet of cornl to excavato, this will
mnko it possible for vessols draw
ing 23 feet water to come up to
tho now whnrvos to load coal and
tako on wator. Water maina will
bo laid through the government
coal sheds and all the latest de
vices for tho expeditious supply
ing of vcbbcIs with these two no
cesBanes will be adopted. luo
which is to bo fenced iu and
planted with trees and otherwise
On tho land end of the present
government dock offices will be
constructed, Tuo old boat house
is to bo removed'' and a' new ono
eroctod nt the "Wnikiki end of tho
Army and navy transports, men
o'war and all -vessels of tho United
Statos Navy will with tho now ar
rangements receive tho speediest
despatch. Tho dredgers necessa
ry to this work aro almost ready
to commence operations.
The cost of tho two new docks,
tbe officers and tho grading and
fencing of tho reservation will
uot excoed $310,000.
COLUMBIA GREW COMPLETED
. Apples, Apricots, Cherries,
'' -. !"k .-.-' v -v - r a. n --l- o 'P
Lemons, uraiigco, rcawuwo,
Pears, Fresh Prunes,
R ud aba go s, Rhubarb,
Fresh and Smoked Salmon,
White Cabbage, Poultry.
HANNA'S LONDON TKIP.
Loudon, July 1. Senator Han
ua is attracting much attention iu
tho London papers. The "Amerio
an king-maker" is what the Daily
Chronicle styles him. In regard to
Presidential prospects, theSouator
said: "If you wait n year I shall,
perhapa, bo able to tell you who
will be the noxt President. That
is about all "most 'anybody could
Bay. But as to Admiral Dewey,
why 1 do not suppose ue is nueiy
to walk on the carpet."
Rain at Honokaa and Kukui
haolo on Sntnrday. Fino weather
roportod on tho Hnmakua coast.
Douglas White who, wrote On To
Manila has done his work accurately.
ducts., samples of native woods coral taken out will bo used to
and native haudiwort. "ATteTiho Rrado tho government reeorvation,
fair it is tho intention to place
such an exhibit in the nauseam in
Snn Francisco. This matter was
deferred until tho next meeting.
A letter from Minister Alott
Sniitb sendiug to the Chamber of
Commerco various oommunica
tionsiu regard to tho Paris Ex
position was read. Tho principal
part of the letter is as follows:
"Iu an informal discussion of
tho Exeoutivo Oouuoilon Monday,
tho 5th inst., it appeared that,
desirous bb tho Government might
be of tbo representation of Hawaii
at Paris in 1900, no specific ap
propriation by the last legislature
nua available for tho purpose. It
was felt, howevor, thnt if in answer
to the letter of F. J. V. W. Skiff
application was made to include
Hawaii in the space allotted to tuo
United States and territories an
opportunity would thus be ro
tuinod, and thereafter the Cham
ber of Commeroe, and later tho
Legislature, would take up tbe
mutter, and insure it financially.
During the aame informal discus
sion willingness was oxprcssea uy
tho Exeuutivo that if the Chamber
of Oommtrco and tho merchants
go no rally showod a desiro to ex
hibit,tbo Executivo Counoil would
recommend to the next Legisla
ture an appropriation for the pur
pose. It is necessary that Hawaii
be rapresouted ns a Government,
aud to eliminate the character of
One of tho letters sent to the
Ohambor of Commerco by Minis
terMott-Smith naa from tho Com
lnissioner-Genoral for the United
States to tho Paris Exposition of
19 0 toiSenator Sholby Cullom,
chairman of tho Hawaiian Com
mission, expressing tho hope that
Hawaii would send an exhibit, and
nointinc out the advantages of
Buch a procoediug.
All this mattor was deferred
until the next meeting.
There wero all kinds of rumors
afloat thiB morning concerning the
Ciiv of Columbia. Rumors of men
clearing out, wages uot being pud
and an indefinite postponement of
the voyngo to China. Oapt. Wulk
or. when seen in the pilot house of
the City of Columbia by a Holle-
TIN man at uaitpasiono mis nuer-
nnon, dented moat orapuaticauy
that thore was trouble of any kind
on tho vessel. "This boat'o
comnanv is bb fine a
lot of mon nB over shipped" Bab
Captain Walkor; "every ono of
thorn is a gentleman aud there
is absolutely no troublo ou board
Captain Wnlkor expeots to get
away for Hongkong nt 5 o'clock
mis evoniug. uoriain pnruos wnui
the vessel to bo to Gunm, whother
eho will go thero or not will not
be decided until aftor !) o'alock
"Our crew ib complete" said
Captain Walkor "aud wo will get
on our todny if possible."
Thero was a short session of the
Executive Council this for noon
at which tho principal topic f
discussion was the umt or of la
A petition from tho IMairierd'
Association asking thnt the nppli
cations for Jnpanoio Ihborxs bo
no tod on during tho month o! July,
was rend. It wn- votol tint sucli
npplicitionj bo nccop'eil up until
tho 23d d'iy of this inmith and
thnt notion ou such upplicitiotia
be taken dining the remaiuler ut
The application of l H Dnvej
& Co.. Ltd., for an nrirflti nil
thirty Italian liitinroi tor planta
tion work wiw approved.
A lett-r froui olnriif Andrew!
of Hawaii tellinc of the lava flow
from Mokuawoowen w-ih r-id but
no notion takon. Iu this lottor
the sheriff set forth tuo fact thnt
the flow was menai-ing Hilo anil
that it was ilowinrr down th)
slopes of Mauna Loa at a v t
rapid rato. Ut wnulQituo uov-
ernment to tako boiuo aotiou ami
proposed that dnumiu bj ineil
to stop the tlow ur to at L'dt
divert its course.
l'ottuuui- in Kli;lit
Jacinto Migiirl unl Antone
l't-rcz got into u quarrel nt tin
homo of n raulii'il friend in Ki
konko lat evening, with ther-nult
that tho Ititler lion in ihe hospital
with n deep cut in his abdomen,
and Miguel is locked up at the
police station. Tun quarrel aro.se
out of Iho accusation inudo by
Perez lint Miguel took a certain
lottor to Lopes, a steward of ihe
Aiihtrnlin. 'I' 1)0 two oune to blown,
and then Porez fell'. Police wore
summoned, aud upon ai rival at
tbo house the PortuuueBe were
hoard to say, " lie careful what
you any." Au iuvo-tiatioi i-. iu
progress to day. Tho case wi 1
very likely come up tomorrow.
Thank Id Honolulu,
Los Gi-faBy Onci-tii'it ! la Fia
gata "Presidents Sarmiontn," beg
that the Editor nf the EVENINd
Bulletin will express their grati
tudo to tho iuhnbitants of Hono
lulu for their kiudi ihh nod oouit
esy during tho stay of the "PreHi
dente Sarmiento" iu this port, and
now await th-ir ordota for Yoko
hama for which place the ship
Honolulu, .Tulv 10. ISM.
Henry Laws of Hprpckela Rank
bun KMigtitd on account of con
tinued ill health and will leavofor
tho Coat iu tho near future to i o
gone atiout n yeai. After spend
ing about a year in California aud
tbe Liiist hu will return to Hono
lulu. The health of Mr. Lhuh
Iiiih tii'on far from good ever sinco
ho B-vered Inn umiueulion with tho
Oovitiiiuo itolllcu in which ho wad
Get :i complete history of Philip
Amphrllltx Hallort Otiart.
Tho captain of tho Amphitrito
Iihh sentiu to police authorities uu
order for the arrest of thirteen
sailors of his ship for desertion.
Some of tho mou have told friends
in town that thoy left tho ship for
tho usual reasons.
want a good baby car
on tbe City Fnruitute
Tli Orphenm. '
"Murdor at tho Toll Gato" is
tho cruosorae and tragic farco.
Post and Marion will introduce
this evoniug. Tho charming ao
tors, Haoward and Boggs, will
show in tho pleasing Bketch "Tho
Agent." The Salvini acorobats
who arrived by the Australia will
civn n humorous coutorliou come
dy. Frank Burton and tho othor
luomnpra ot tno comjauy win
show iu new turns.
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Highest Honors, World' Fal 9T
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