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Vol. VII. No. 1271.
HONOLULU, H. I., PJUDAT JULY 14, 1809.
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THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT f",
NAME OP STOCK.
C. Brewer & Company.
American SurCo., 1
American SCo.. pi up J
Ewa Plantation Co
ll.mn Plantation Co..
Hawaiian i.om u 1.0.
Hawaiian sugar -o
Honomu Sugar Co
II.IUh ;iif.ar Co ...
Kahuku Plantation Co..
Kamalo buicnr uo. ail
lflhll1.nt Cn .l.M.H
'Kliahulu Sugar Co. ...
Koioa sugar 1.0
Kona Sugar Co.. as.
Kona Sugar Co ,pJ up
Maunalel Sugar Co.at
Maunalel SvCo.pd up
' " ' paid
Nahlku Sugar Co.. a.
Natilku Su Co,, pj up
Oahu Swrar Company-
Ookali Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su. Co.. Ltd., as I
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co. .
Pacific Sugar .Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Ptpeekeo sugar (.0 ....
Bid Asked Bid Asked
IMnnrt r Mill
Walalua Agr. Co , asl
waiaiuaAgr.(o, p-i up
'Walanaa Comnanv .
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo bugar Co
Walmea Mill Co .. ..
"WIM.-r HteamOitD Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N Co
Hawaiian Electric Co...
Hon. Rapid r&UnlCo
Muhlll TrlrohftiM Co
Makalu " Ld.pd up
Oahu Rv & Lund Co
Hat & Co.. Ltd
Hon Drew A Milt Co
Hawaiian Gov 6rercent
Hawaiian tinv. 5 per cent
Oahu Ry & Land Co. .1
Note rigures of A. M. session Honolulu Cxclianga
Bet vren Boards 50 Honokaa a6.
Morning S sslnn ,0 Klhel )!', j II S aw.
Between Boards 10. McBryde J. 40a do 10, too
To-dsy's Session a; McBr'd wJtu
Jnciuto Miguel charged with
assault with a weapon has to
await triiil aa his viotita is still in
Shnmrock's Trial Spin.
New York, July 5. A despatch
to the Herald from London says:
There Is to be a trial of speed
between the Shamrock and the
Wednesday morning Sir Thomas
Llpton and Mr Fife landed at South
ampton from a short cruise on Sir
Thomas' steam yacht Erin, and It
was decided that the Shamrock Is
not to sail for America without some g
trial with another yacht. S
The Dally Mail is authoritatively K
Informed that the spin will take k
place between the Shamrock and S
Britannia at the end of this week or 8
at the beginning of the next. The ij
contest will take place offj the
To give an Idea of the new boat's H
spars it may be stated that the girth te
of the mainmast at the crosstrees Is 2
upward of slxtyjlnches, while the g
spinnaker boom from theuleck 8
reaches above that point. 'A"steel g
boom and a steel gaff haye been j
shipped. Thejmmenseareapf the
mainsail may be gathered from the K
fact that the canvas from which jt S
Is made weighs nearlyitsventy-one 0
Artealnn Welt t.tnrer. -
0. J. Lyons, of the Weather
Bureau, reports: Tbo artesian well
at Punrtbou ia (ranged on the first
of every month. On the 1st of
July tho water, level stood at 35.1
foot abnvo sen level. This is pio
bably tho genoral level for the
(limt Honolulu district, und is 0.8
foet lower than it was on tbc 1st
of March. Jt will diminish again
an soon aa tho rica patches- arc
watered for the fall crop.
THE "MORNING STAR" HERE
Unexpec'el Arrival of the Missionary
Packet This Morning.
Superintendent Jobn Oassidy of
the Mutual Telephone Company
has returned from n business trip
to tbo Siats.v'H'o willTecommend
the installation of a new switch
board that will greatly improve
Honolulu's telephone aystera.
People on Board Trip from Ruk Took 56 Days
Ill Htaltb of Mrs. Logan Cause
of the Visit.
Tbo vory unexppoted arrival of
tbq missionary steamer "Morning
Star" was a greit surprise to
many hero iutorestod in ber and
hor work in Micronesia.
It is only a abort time since she
left tbis port to ba gone at least a
year and ber arrival this morning
was tbo causo of much specula
tion. It was found upon inquiry that
hor visit this titno was due to the
continuocl ill-health of Mrs, Logau
whose life at one titno wai den
paired of. Tbo lady is now much
better bowever, but ibo will con
tinue on to tbe States tor treat
ment. Tbe ship comes from Ruk and
made an extremely slow paBsago
of 56 days.
Among Iboso on board oro Cap
tain Q. I. Foster and wife and
little dauabter Marion and Kileon.
Captain Foster was bore oarly in
189G in aoiurnand of tbo missiona
ry schooner Ilobt V. Logan
wbicb was loit iu tbe South Seas
jonn after ber arrival tbore. Capt.
Foster is a lay missionary and lie
and his family are returning to
their homo in tho Statrs.
Kileon a native toaobor who has
been educated to teach bis ooun
trymon is here on bis first visit.
He it is who was written of by
Miss Crosby some timosiocoin
her interesting pamphlet on. tbe
mission?, work." in toe boatb Sea.
Captain Garland reports a fine
voyage of 15 days from Honolulu
The return passage, bowover, is
the slowest on record.
It has not yet been de'oMed bow
long tbe paoket will remain hore
or what her destination will be.
AL6ER ISSUES THE ORDER
Enlistment ol Volunteers Will be Irres-
- pecttve of States.
Headquarters la Military Districts Unmarried
Only Considered With Favor -War
LOST AN ARM AND FOOr
Brakeman Wetzell on Walalua Freight
Probably Fatally Iojared.
Accident at Halava Tbls Morning Aid
Promptly Rendered -Operation Perform&J
BETHEL : STREET,
NMOKIS FIIOI THE VOLCANO.
ex S. S. Australia:
i Apples, Apricots, Cherries, s
m uneese, cauntiowers,
g Lemons, Oranges, Peaches,
Pears, Fresh Prunes,
M Fresh and Smoked Salmon, W
m White Cabbage, Poultry.
A local in tho morning paper
today statod that tho smoke around
Mount Tantalus was due to bush
Bros. 0. J. Lyons, of tbe Weather
Bureau, informed tho Bulletin
(bis morning that tbis wsb a mia
take; that tbe smoko was from
Mr Lyons said that at an early
hour tbis moroing a moat brilliant
slow was virtiblo iu tbo direction
of Hawaii, aud that today smoko
clouds bang over tbis island, tbo
smoke coming from tho aulive
orator ot Mokuawootveo.
The sky glow tbis morning was
noticed by many whoso homes are
situated on tbo highlands.
Passengprs on tho steamer
Lobua yesterday roport soiing a
lurid glare in tbo sky when they
wero at linhaina on Tuesday
Tbo Wutulcalo, wbioh arrivt'd
early this mornioc from Kauai
also roports a big sky glow in the
direction of tbe volcano. Mr.
Lyons 'is of tbo opinion! that tbo
smoke hanging ovor this island at
the present titno is likely to be
dispelled if the present light
southerly wind prevails.
It was rumourod tbis morning
that Captain Spilner of the
Mounted Patrol had tendered bis
rrsignatiou to the department
This wa a surprise to tbe Mar
shall when a Bulletin man spoke
to nim on lliu matter. "Jluis is
tbo first I have board of tbe
matter," said tbo Marshal. "I am
certain that it is false. Captniu
Spiluor was hero only a fow
moments ago tosond bis watch on
duty. If ho had resigned I would
certainly huvo beard of it."
Capt. John M. Qowan, U. S. N.,
is a passenger in tbo ltio on bis
way to Mauila to command tbo
Washington, July 6. Tbo
der for thepnlistment of'ten uuw,
rgimunts of infantrywas isaupd
today by tho Secretary of War. It
is as follows:
War Department, Washington,
July 5, 1H). By tbo direction of
tbo President, tbo following gen
eral rulosjvre' prescribed for re
cruiting from tho country at la&e,
Unilod Statna Volunteers as pro
vided for by tbe aot of Congress
approved March 2, 1899, publisded
in General Orders No. 36, of 1899,
headquarters of tbo army, Adju
tant General's office, and. organiz
ing tho same into regiments:
The Btrcutb of rogiments, offi
cers and onlistod men will bo as
provided -lor by Sections 4 and 12
of tbo act of Loogr.'ss approved
March 2,, 1899.
The regimonts to bo recruited
in tbo United States will bo de
signated Twenty Sixth, Twenty
Soveuth, TwentyEicbtb, Twenty-
Ninth, Thirtieth, Thirty-First,
Thirty - Second, Thirty.- Third.
Thirty-Fourth and Tbirty.Flttb
regiments of the United States
Of commissioned officers to be
appointed for each of these regi
ments tbe nelu nna stair, otneers,
iuoluding medioal officers and
oaptaitiB of ooinpanios, will be as
serubled at regimental rendezvous
as hereinafter, designated for the
purpose bf theoretical and prac
tical instruction iu organization,
military administration, drill re
gulations, discipline, bygone,
camp sanitation, etc Daily in
struction in tbe uomouolature.care
and assomlby of parts of the rifle
and targot praottco will 00 a spe
cial fontaro or instruction of both
officers and mou.
Applicants for commissionp,
oxcopt officers of tbo regular
army, will uo required to pass a
satisfactory examination as to age,
moral, montal aud puysical to
command troops and must have
bad sorvtoe during tbe Spanish
Amorican war. Tho reoruitiug
service of tbe regular array will
bo ohargod with reoruiting from
tbe country at large, men for ser
vice in theae volunteer regiments
whose enlistments will bo
made for tbe period ending
Juno 30, 1001, unltMB
sooner discuarged aud without
restrictions as to citizenship
or oducational qualifications, but
in all other respects, under the
same rules aud regulations as are
firescribod for recruiting tho regu
ar service. Exoept iu special
cases only, unmarried will be en
listed for tueo regiments,
In view of tbe probablo severe
service of tbeso regiments and tbo
olimatio conditions to whioh tboy
may bo subjected, the physical
qualification of both officers and
enlisted men is of tho first impor
tance. Only tboBo fully qualified
will bo appointed or oulUted.
Tbe lieutenants nnd two of tbe
modical officers of each regiment
will, us far as practicable, bo as
signed to duty as assistants to re
cruiting officers of the regular
Upon arrival of rocruits at the
regimental rendezvous, tbe com
manding officers of reoimonts will
assign them to companies, and tho
appointment and reduction of reg
imental and battalion, non-commissioned
staff aud company non
commissioned officos and other
enlisted grades will be governed
uy tne law array regulations.
Each rugimont so organized will
for tho purposps ot discipline and
supply, be aubject to tbo orders of
A very serious accident occur
red jhis morning at Halawa.
Brakeman Wetzell, who" was on
the Waialua freight wbicb left
bore at 7:10, was run over, and
bad his loft arm and leg badly
As soon as the news reached
tho superintendent's office a nios"
sage was sent to Dr. 0. B. Cooput,
wbo responded immediately, and
fifteen minute afterwards a spec
ial train with mfdjcul hid wiih
speeding to tbe aid of tbo injured
man. One hour after the aooidt'iil
tbo unfortunate man was on tbn
oppratinu table at (he Qureo's
Hospital, where a consultation be
tween Drs. Ooopar'nud Humphris
waB held. ?
It was decided that in ordr to
save tbo man's life' it would b
necessary to amputate both 'tho
left arm and left foot. This w
done. Tbe ncoident occurred while
tho man was coinc from one car
to .another. Ho missed his foot
ing, and toll between tue car.
Tbero is no ono to blamo, as it
waB an impossibility to ltavo
stopped tho train. -. ,
Tho bhancos of WeUol! recover
ing are rather dubious. Several
bruises and two or three ream
wounds wero also received.
Superintendent Smith descries
credit for tbe immediate asti-tlnum
rendered the unfortunate brak
man. Fifteen minntej after tbo
uccidont was reported a train wat
despatched with the dootqr.
Gloiiog Acconat Given of Opportccl
lies In tho Island.
Peaph in fifty Years Mind th Hiws
Cllnaie Oeapared Willi Hoaolclrj
No Bilii Bvt Gin lulls.
F. J. Cro9 has r'-cfived a' MUr
from D.JJtfJJ, who aftT a n'aari
stay in Honolulu net out for tho
Island of Guam. Mr. Boll, under
data of April 20, bus tbn following
to say of th coidithud iu tbo
"ily wifo aud I arrival hero
after a four week- ruu (contrary
winds). Guam i- u I v)ly ista'id,
32tnilesby 5 to 8 mil--; f.rlil",
roughly 50 po-- cout. b.-tt-r ina
Oabu; greon all tbe year r.mnd;
littlo hotter tbnn Honolulu; nuny
Beason, summer mil Xutuma;
dry 8 easo 1), vinui and upri-iv;
jut cnoagb mi 1 not to nococtm ito
irrigatiou. N tHitbquikei nor
sevro gtilits of wiul. Coffee,
sugar oiiih, ii,:t, tt'luco.), and
cocoauuta grt),v to pt'rNctiiu.
Tbro i not a r'co int 1 nor c iru
mill in tbe bolo M nnd, ami tbo
people (poor) liv ni.tir.-'v u
these foods", m d, furtbor, tboto i
nut a saw milt or auy nthrr Iciud
of mill except iliu- ib ip fiey
inako "tid" from tk coj.annt
(giu), wbicb iL0 tould bar Ily
dignify with thtt name of uiftii
lory. I'ho island iu exactly fifty years
behind tbe timrs, nnd now is
exactly tbo time for anyone antici
pating such n move to enmo here.
Then ib n soto bead here wbo
through Honolulu prrst i-i going:
to warn people to keep away Irom
I lltTK till aftn'r tlio (invarnnr pnmna
capt. sATrKBLKfcx;.NHArr- 4fnr' 'ir-Vii-.t.viv,., u.:. u,..,tt
"V 19 IJJ MUlllUilUtU WWOMDC II.
The funeral of tbe late Otptain
Charles B. Sattorlee. Battery K.
Gth Artillery, was hold from St.
Audrow's cathedral this morning,
and tbo body taken to tbo Bteam
ship Australia with full milibuy
honors. The services at tbo cburcii
conducted by Bishop Willis were
attonded by members of the Sixth
Artillery stationed at tho barrauks
and many local frionda of tho cap
tain. The lloral tributes wsio un
merous and appropriate iu design.
At the close of tbn service the
casket covered with the American
flag whioh the officer bad followed
so nobly was borne to tbo hearne
by eight non commissioned officers
of Battery K The honorary pill
bearers were Major S. M. Mill?,
Surgron Major Wood, Major Geo.
lluhlou, First Lieutenant John II
Oree. First Lieutenant D. W. Kct-
chain and Second Lieutenant J. F.
Howell, Tbo Hawaiiau band led
tho procession and a detachment
from tba Hixtu Artillery wmi
friondi in carriages marobod to
tbe Oceanio wharf where tbe cas
kot was placed oti a bior to await
shipment by tbo stoamer th'iB after
Continued on Puge 4.
Tbo first business of tbo execu
tive counoil this morning was the
passing upon claims of certain
persons, to land at Ewa.
Tbe ootinoil rofused to rooog
nizo the claims and it was decid
ell upon recommendation of Land
Agont Brown to put an upsot
price ou tne lanu ana eeu 11 10
tbo highest bidder.
On application Dr. C. B. Wood
is given additional land adjoining
his lot on Punchbowl slopes in ex
change for the land takon from
tbe front of his lot in widoninu
Beretauia street. Ho to pay sMIo
cash in consideration.
Attorney-General Cooper re
signed as Minister of Ficiiucetid
interim Miuister Damon having
Mr. Brown's application for
loavo of absence of two months
was granted. '
Tbo bids for supplying a can
buoy wero not opened in Interior
Department this morning as sup
orintendaut llowoll Mas absent.
nlMOO Mhlla man rvii n.uan
it will improw his chances of get
tiug a good government position.
English is ep.iken 8omwbat
and tbe native language is e-icy to
learn. Tboy art- gocd traders, but
nave not much ulna of Quality aud
value. On tbo othur band, if they
want a thing, tboy will givj their
last cent to got it.
"There nie six small -toreB hero,
doing woll, but supplies of every
kiud are wanted.
" What I want to tell you ia
about horses. Wbon th Spaniards
left, they tiok all their horses and
there isjiow lees kbau 100 pouies
hero and not an Amorican bordO
among them Horses will sell from
$50 gold np. A bn'tt load of hnrso3
from lionulula mil bu a very pay
ing vonturs.. A lot of Hawaiian
pouies and a few Americau hordes
could b- brought down. You ojuld
charier n sobuonrr for little or no
thing and brbg back u rotnru car
go of Cjireo, rice or oopsu.. .Saddles
and bridles also will timl a mnrkct.
There will bo uafxpense what 'vr
after arrival nwd no custom chin gts
of any kind. I'll guarantee to dis
poso of tLera.
" It is rnucfi too soon for eboiri
city, but it will coiuo.
"1 bavo written to Capt. Harry
Swintou, -who is goiug to bring
tlown ooino goods for me, I uui
karo to fetay."
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