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Vol. VEI. No. 1270.,,
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY,, JULY 13. 1899.
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THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT.
NAME OF STOCK.
C. Brewer & Company.
American SuearCo ,1
American b Co.,
- vwa .'lanaiiun
'Nimnf PlanlatlrinCrf. .
Hawaiian Lom au -o.
Hawaiian Suear 1.0 . .
Honomu Sutfir Co
Honftkaa Sugar Co...
Ilalku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kamalo Sugar Co, as
Ktanuiu sugar 1.0, .
Koloa Sugar Co ,
Kona Sugar Co ,rJ up
Maunalei Supar Co.a
Maunatel Su Co.pl up j
Nahlku Suear Co.,a
NahlkuSu Co., pJup
Uahu buar company
Hnnnifl HllfarCa ....
Oulcalt Sugar Plan Co.
Olaa Su. Co., LM as I
Olowatu Company. . ,
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co....
Pepeekeo Suear Co ...
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agr. Co.. al
Walalua Acr.Co, pi up J
Walanae tympany .
Walluku Sugar Co..
Walmea Mill Co
Waimanalo Suear Co
Wll.W StramOiln Co
Intcr-lslanl Steam N Co
llnwnli.n 1 l.ctrlc Co
Hon. Rapid C.&LanlCo
Kona-Kiu i . oc i .uo,i.ij
Mutual Te leptione Co
Makaha " Ld pi up
Halt & Co.. Ltd....
Hon lire w A Milt Co
Hawaiian tiov 6rercent
Hawaii Gov. 5 per cent
Oahu Ry & Lanl Co I
Note Figures of A. M. session Honolulu Exchange
Between Boards 50 Honokaa 36, joo McBrydi ,
IMavcn Boards so Nahiku 1 to, 100 Kamalo 1.80,
it Olaa i.n.
Captain Satterlees' fanoral will
be a full military ono. It takes
pi 11c 0 from St Audiew'a Cathedral
tomorrow at 10:30 a.m.
DROWNED IN THE HARBOR
George Gibson, one of the sail
ors who did not desert from the
Araphitrite, was drowned while in
bathing near ono of the uptown
wharves this morning. His body
was recovered at aboat 8 o'clock
by divers from Sorenson & Lyle's
shop and waa removod to tho
police station. At about 11 o'clo'ok
a Coroner's Jury,nftor viewing
tho body, met in the Deputy Mar
shal's office with Mr. Chilling,
worth sitting as Coroner and re
turned a verdict of death from ao
Gibson with three other shipmates
went in bathing near the Amphit
rite at about G o'olock this morn
ing. Gibson used a life preserver
as be waB unnblo to swim very
much. The other tureo mon
themselves aro not export swihi
meri. After sporting about in the
wator for a short time Gibson took
off the life preserver and jumped
into tho water saying to his ship
mates mat no am no. neeu u nay
loutjor. Tho unfortunate man
woutdown immediately and tho
other sailors, being unable to dive,
wero forced to look on without be
ing able to bolp. As the hour was
so early tncro were no natives
about on tho wharveB and the
cries of tho men brought no one
to thoir assistance
'GibBon is a native of Buonoa
Ayres, where his widowod mothor
now lives. Tho funeral will be
held from H. H. William' under
taking p triors at i o'clock this
afternoon. Sailors from the Soa
man'a clab will attond.
Police Court Notem.
In the Police Court this fore
noon tho following cbspb wero dis
posed of: Thomas Singleton, as
sault and battery on Thomas Mil
t)u, SG and costs; Ah Sam, gam
bling, $15 and coats; Jaa. Brown,
Tf Duggan aud T. Mauuy, die
tnrbing the quiet of the night, H
Tne Spanish Senate ratified tho
Poaco Treaty on July 3.
PATCHED SAMOAN PEACE
Ex-Kings Malletoa and Hataafa Have a Friend
ly Meeting Government by Consuls of
Ik Tbret Powers.
AUTUffliUBILE CUMFANY FUli UUNULULU.
Apia (Samoa), June 26 via
Auckland, N.Z, July 3. Tho
Mataafa chiefs mot the Malietoan
ohiofs yesterday on board the
United States transport Badger in
the prcsonco of the International
Commissioners, shook hands, and
A meeting has been arranged
for Malietia Tanu aud Mataafa
with tho Commissioners. Peace
is thus finally assured between the
qhieftians and their followers, and
both factions bavo returnod to
their villages on frioudly torms,
awaiting action by tho Powers.
In tho meantime the Govern
ment ii vested in thiee CoubqIs,
two of whom oan net in all cases
where unanimity is not rcquirod
by the treaty.
This arrangement ib accentahlu
to all parties. Dr. Wilhelm Solf
is cxerciamg his omce ns president
of the municipality of Apia, and
tho friction between bim and the
natives is at an ond.
Tho German protected cruiser
Cormorant has arrived, and the
Falk has gone to Sydney, Now
Threo thousaud five hundred
rifles, not including tliOBO served
to Malieloa Tauu's party, have
been returned to the war ships.
ARMY INCREASE DECIDED
BETHEL : STREET,
CommUiloa L.'Tlna Samoa.
Washington, July 5. The fol
lowing cablegram has been re
ceived nt tho Nuvy Department
from Captain Merrill Miller, com
manding the naval transport Bad
ger, which has the Samoan Com
"Auckland, July 3. Samoa.
Tho Brutus sails for Honolulu on
July G. Tho Badger sails, with
tho Commiesion, on July 14, if
It is expootod thai the Commis
sion will roach San Franoisco
about the 19th of August.
Berlin, July C The National
Zeitung, commenting upon tho re
ported tnndenoy of the Samoan
Commission to appoint an admin
trator for Samoa who wculil not
bo subject to any of tho three
Powers, oppoaos the plan, point
ing nut that a similar experiment
in tho case of tbo Chief Jastico
was a failure.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The month of January, iooo, will mark a new era for the Islands In the
matter if transportation of people to and from various places In the different
towns. In other words, automobiles will be In use by that time. An order for
twenty hacks to be fitted out with storage batteries hasalready been sent forth.
This Is just a pat statement of affairs. The steps leading up to this move on
the part of prominent business men Is best told In the story of L. T. Grant of
Hllo, who was seen In his room at the Hawaiian hotel at the noon hour today
and which Is as follows:
"lrVthe month of April I was sent to the States by Messrs. J. B. Atherton,
E. D.Tenney and John Cassldy to make a complete investlgatlpn of the stor
age battery carriage or automobile. I covered 14,000 miles and visited twenty
one different manufactories. Out of these I found there were only four bona
fide large manufactories, two of these using gasoline and two storage batteries.
" Tlie only large cab company I found to be the Electric Vehicle Company
of New York City. These people have 268 cabs on the streets. There are 400
more In course of construction and the company has placed orders for a great
many'more. There will be 2000 automobiles on the streets of Chicago In two
months. In fact, all the large cities west of the Rocky Mountains will soon be
the proud possessors of many automobiles. I mentioned the hacks of NewYork
because It Is these that will be first Introduced here. Twenty will be In Hono
lulu ifi January. These will lie exactly like the hacks In use on the streets of
Honcftilu today. We have several orders for private vehicles.
" Honolulu possesses advantages for the use of the automobile over any city
In the States unless it be Washington, on account of the most excellent streets
here.! Electric traction Is certainly feasible.
" ftera thorough Investigation In the States and Interviews with the chief
engineers and general managers I decided to recommend the storage battery
system which Is by all odds the best for the city. The gasoline vehicles are
more suited for the country. I decided further to recommend the system of the
Fleher Equipment Company of Chicago which uses the wooden wheels and
rubbir ties. It can be readily seen that this system Is decidedly better when
one h far from the source of supplies. Rubber ties and bicycle wheels would
therfprove a great annoyance In case of an accident.
" JJow then a little as to the people behind this scheme. The first three men
to start It 1 have already mentioned. I can now add the names of W.A.Bowen
and J. W. Bergstrom. The proposition is to form n limited stock company. It
Is, of'course, needless to say that 1 am Interested.
" We will put In a plant sufficient to handle a hundred carriages and our
power house will be complete and up to date In every respect. As yet we have
considered no proposition to build power houses at different points on this Isl
and. I do not believe that sucrea plan would be necessary. The carriages are
guaranteed to travel twenty-five miles without recharging and, as we hae
calculated on carriages for cJty use alone, one station will be sufficient for the
" The carriages we have sent for will be 1400 pounds In weight, will be
supplied with two motors of 2,'j horse power each and will be regulated so
that not more than a maximum speed of eight miles an hour can be attained.
"iJVe guarantee that there will be first-dess workmanship, that the gears
will be free from noise that the ball bearings and rubber tires fora-yearthat
S there will be no heat or vapors generated and that the general equipment, first
class In every respect, will last for a year without repair. If any part gives out
S within this time, the damage will be repaired free of charge.
g " I think that we have put a good proposition before the publlCand we S
S mean business for our first order has already gone forth." 5j
Regiments to Be Recruited
Speedily as Possible.
AMERICANS .SCORE VICTORY
ALL BRITISH CABLE
ex S. S. Australia :
8? Apples, Apricots, Cherries,
Lemons, Oranges, Peaches, s
Pears, hresh Prunes,
Fresh and Smoked Salmon,
White Cabbage, Poultry.
The steamer Tartar is to become
an army transport.
T. Daniel Frawley is Bgain in
San Franoiaco. ,
Tom Keating tho noted horso
man is very ill.
Serious riots in Barcelona on-tinue.
Many lives havo been lost in
serious floods near Fort Worth,
Emauuel Laskermada good bin
night to tho Chess ohampiousbip
by beating ateioitz.
Among tho new rogiments mus
tered each stiito will bo allowed a
captain and lioatonant irrespective
Want Young Crtta fcrrcttcil.
Superintendent Needham of the
Reform School called at the Po
liuo Station this foruuoos and aRk
ed that in caso young Crota did
not leavo for San Francisco by
the Australia tomorrow afternoou
he be arretted nnd returned to the
Reform School. Ho stated that
Greta had been sentenced by
Judgo Wiicox to a terra in tho
school and that shortly after this
the father, tho hotel barber, wont
the Minister and obtained his
son's release on the promiso that
ho would Bend him away forth
with. It has been a month since
that tirao and the fellow is still
) roaming about tho town.
The Hague, July 5. Tbo Am
orican delegates scored a great
success in obtaining from tho
Peacu Oonforenco a unanimous
vote in favor of having tho ques
tion of privoto property at sea jn
tiuitt of war assigned to a special
oonforenco to bo summoned hero-
after. Much diplomatic manage
ment was necessary and maoy ob
stacles had to be surmouuted bo-
fore this result was reaohed.
The plenary conference assora
bled subsequently and accepted
all the resolutions of tbo commit
tee. The Ameriuau delegation is
much gratified at tho result.
OAMFOBNIANS ON TUB THNXPOilT.
Washington, July 4. The Cali
fornia aud Colorado volnqtoors
will leave Manila for home in a
few days. Tho War Department
has rtcoived tbo following mea-
Buge from General Uliet
Manila, July 4. Adjutant Gen-
oral, Washington: California In
fantry aud Artillery, numboring
14UU men. nnu diecunrctit men.
take the Sherman, now loading at
Negros. Tho Warren takes (Jolo
ratio, 11UU; now propanug pro
paratory papers. Dilliault to
lighter transports in tbo typhoon
now prevailing. Tho Qrant is
unloaded; in four days will take
on Idaho, North Dakota and
Wyoming, G5 officers and 1500
men, with othor discharged men.
Oils Hopes to Form Two Regiments la thu '
Philippines-Care In Selection of Men,
Enlistment Begins at Once. J .
Washington, July 5. Plans of
the Admiiiietraliou for nuumoiit
ing the army in the Philippines
wero discussed at leugth at tho
Cabinet moeting today and wore
finally nrran.notl nt a conference
held nt t'io White ilousi tonight
hulwen President MoKiuloy, Se
cretary Alger and Adjutant-General
Corbin. Instead of threo
brigades of volunteers, ns ri:iuul
ly contemplated, tbnre will bo four
brisndfH of throe regiments each,
including two regiments which
Otis oiguuiViisg in Mauil'i. Tliii
volunteer forco will consist, ex
clusive of (illiuiTH. of 16,fi!US men.
I'hcro will brt fli'l oilioif, 47 of
whom will ho eeleclod by 1 ho Pro
hideut and the rr-et by O i Ten
regiments will be organized in tho
United State nod it U exp-ot-tl
thnt Otis will bo able to raian from
among the regulate and vohtn'mwa
iu tho Philippines, whoso term of
sprvice have cxpind, euoujli men
to organize two full iuahii.l of
An order providing for tln en
listment and organization of thia
volunteer foaco was revised at tho
White House conference and will
In formally igEued tomorrow.
Ten regiments will bo enlisted
without rclnnuico to stato lines.
Tho Colonels and most of tho
ofJQuern of these ton regiments will
bo appointed wilhin the next few
days. The regiments will be de
signated numerically, beginning
with the Twenty-sixth and includ
ing the Thirty-fifth. This order
was adopted so tnat there would
be no confusion between the vo-1
luntoor regiments and thosoof the
Tho Administration desires to
avoid tho rush of politicians for
commissions, and secure cfllcionoy.
Inn puyeical requirements or en
listed mon will be gteaterthan the
regulars, but thoy need not be
citizens or literate. Each
of tho ten regiments will
consist of forty-seven com
missinnrd oflieora and 13 Ii8
enlisted men. Word has been ra
coived from Otis that ho is hope
ful of securing in the Philippines
London, July 4. Tho Ghaucol
lor of the Exchequer and the
Colonial Secretary, Joeonh Cham
berlain, held n conference tonight
with the Canadian High Commie
sioner and tho agonts of the self
governing colon los.
A serious aud comprehensive
discussion was opened on all tho
all-mitisu cable question. The
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uannumn iuinister or I'umia
Works and Sir Sanford Fli'minn.
tho expert, aro expected to arrive the 27GC enlisted men necessary to
from Canada in a fow days to join mado two regiments. Tho number
Have Arranirrd Match.
Co. F challenged tbo polioe to a
fifteen man shoot, yesterday and
received a favorable answer today.
Tbo captain of tho F team states
that he, haviug been unable to
got a matoh wilb any other of the
military companies decided on tho
police. Tho officers of the law aro
iu good shapo now and will givo
tho F mon a olose tussol, The
match will take place nt tho mili
tary rango in Eakaako Saturday
weok hotweon tho hours of 1 and
5 in the afternoon,
in tho conference.
The Canadian Government is
promoting the all-Uritieh cnblh
project witu great vigor and it is
belifved thnt it will bo adopted by
Great Britain, rh it is favored
here, both on sentimental aud
m 9 1
WANT1 1U00 DAMAOKS,
Charles E. Harriett has brought
suit iu tho Circuit Conrt ngainHl
tho Hawaiian Carriage Mauufac
hiring Company, n corporation,
for S1000. Plaintiff allogus that
defendant rondo-n parol agreement
with bim whereby he was to work
as foreman ot tno wood shop tor
the term of one year, beginuiug
with April of this year nnd that,
after working in tho position men
tioned for a month and threo days,
he was dismissed without camo
The ohbo will come up at the m-xt
Boacioii of the Circuit Couit in
4'hrWtlun KucU'avour Convmillon.
Detroit, Mioh., July 5. The in
ternational oouvoutitm of the
Christian Endeavour Society was
formally opened iu Huh city tbis
evening Folly 10,000 porfions
gathered in tho great tent. Prompt
ly at 7:30 o'clock the coir.para-
tivo silonoo of tho assemblage was
broken by the swelliug strains of
"Tho Sou of God Goon Forth to
War." followed by Thorn Shall
Be Showers of BlesfiincB," "Ou
ward, Christian Soldiers," do, in
all of which tho grout crowd
of men to bo oulieted in tho
United States will bo 13,780. The
rogiments will be organized
as rapidly as possible, and
it is hoped that by tho beginning,
of the next dry season all of thorn,-
will bo in the Phillippines.
Laint Sugar Market.
Now York, July C Slgur
Raw Btcndv. Fair refining 4c;
Contrifugal 90 test, 4J. Hotiued
market uteady. Crushed .; p w
dered, 0 5 8c. Grftunlatul fijo .
Th& U. S. Tr7u6po7r"Wyti Id V
waa passedJby tho Bio this moni- '
ing nt 2 n. m. Sho lt-ft S n
Francisco 011 tho 3rd iuBt. ,
A flint onpc crcam or taatab pawott
Highest Honors, World's Fall
dold .Medal, Midwinter Fait
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