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A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
Vol. VII. No. 1272.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 15. 1899. 12 PAGES
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liMTTHB DAY'S STOCK REPORT
NAWB OF STOCK.
C. Urewer & Cornpiy.
American SugarCo., 1
Americans Co., ,vi up J
Ew I'Un'allon Co ....
if..n Plantation Co..
Hawaiian Com &Su Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
llonomu Suftar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar to. .'.,. ..
Kahuku Plantation CA4
Kamalo Sugar Co, a
KOloa 3Ugar-u ;
Kona Sugar Co., at..
Kona Sugar Co ,pJ up
Maunalel Sugar Co,a
Maunalel Su Co pJ up
.McBryileSu Co .Ld.aj
NahlkjSug.tr Co., as
Nahlku Su Co., pd up
Oahu sugar company. .
Oukalt Sugar t'lan. Co
OlaaSu. Co.. Ltd., as)
Olaa SuCo.Ltd, pd up J
I'aauhau Su. Plan. Co,.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Pepeekeo Sugar Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co .,
Walatua Agr. Co , as)
Walalua Agr.Co, pd up
TRY TO INFLUENCE ITALIANS
Walluku Sugar Co
JValmea Mill Co ,
'WllJrr SlfatiKhln Cn .
lnlerlland Stram N Co
lfAwiilUn l.lettrlc Co..
Hon. Rapid r & Land Co
iMutual Telephone 1.0 .
Makaha " U,pd up J
Oahu Rv & Land Co,,',
Ita IHUI. IIJ...4ji.
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent,
Hawaiian Cinv, 5 per cent
Oahu Ry & Land Co. .
Note rigures of A. M. session Honolulu Exchange
Uet een DoarJs aoo llonuk'al 90, 40 Klhel paid
40, n Walalua raid 1). ai Hawaiian Sugar ti?H
This Morning s Session 10 Ewa )i, )o Klhel 9.10,
, HAWAIIAN EXCHANGE.
SALES. " ,
rtvtwem Hoards ti McDrvJe j.80. Klliel o 40.
-35 Ookala 33, 100 Klhel 9.
A large consignment of chickens
for (bo Honolulu Stock Yards Co.
arrived this morning on (bo Transit.
A. Q. Merioofcrt has brought
suit against tho Norwftlk Firo In
surance Company of Norwalk,
Oonn , a a took company and cor
poration, for assumpsit, complain
ing tbat the defendant jointly with
tho London & Lancashire Co. of
Liverpool, Eng., caused to be
made a certain policy of insurance
in writing that in consideration of
SCO to tbem paid the defendant
premised tcHrrture ng'SinatJois.or
damage by fire to the amount of
S3000 for thron years, from May
7, 1893, his borne in Ealihi; also
tbat, within tins time tbe property
insured was totally destroyed and
the defendant refuses to comply
wilh the terms of tbo agreement.
iinoiuer euu ior assumpsit uus
been brought by A. G. Mericoart
ngiiust tho samo defendant, alleg
ing that slid dofandaut for the
sum of $50 to them paid promised
the plaintiff to insure him against
lues or damage by fire of a house
and stables in Ealihi to the
amount of $2500 for tbe term of
three years. Humphreys & Han
key for plaintiff.
Hepew HcMchei Ham
New York, July 8. Senator
Oliouncoy M Depew and1 his aon,
Ctiauucey M. Uepew, Jr., weie
among tbo pnaeengers on board
the steamer Campania, which
reached her pier hero today. Tbe
iiail ot JJon?gnmoro was also a
Prraldont of Womnt'i Congrm.
Loudon, Juno G. Mrs. May
Wright Sewall, presidont of the
United Slates Council of the
Women'd International Congress,
has been elected to succeed tho
Countess of Aberdr-ou as (he pre
cedent of the congress, whiob will
bold its next meeting at tier I in.
TrUI Ilrtflna AaKllt lu.
New York, July 7. A Sun cable
from Bonnes says: Dr. Forraud
of the War Office has arrived here.
He will attend Dreyfus during his
trial, which, it is now said, will
begin on August 10.
San Francisco Labor Gonocll Talks o!
Letter Sent to Pope and Italian Radicals
Thinks Penal Clause Will
The Columbia-Defender Race
BETHEL : STREET,
ex S. S. Australia :
Apples, Apricots, Cherries,
s4 Lemons, Oranges, Peaches, I
at " i
Pears, rresh Prunes,
Fresh and Smoked Salmon,
White Cabbage, Poultry.
Mi 1l "A 1i "A "A "A "A ID? IHt ?i "A "At IB? "A 111? "A IBf "A "Atltt if 5iM
At n meeting of the San Fran
cieco Labor Counoil last evoning
tho following circular letter was
adopted and the secretary instruct
ed to send copies thereof to tbe
Pope, the King of Italy, to tbe
Radical members of the Italian
Parliament, to the leaders of all
Italian trades unions and to all
newspaper:! published in Italy,
says tbo Chronicle of the 7th.
"The San Francisco Labor
Oouuoil, tho federation of the
trades unions of this city, learn
ing in tho press reports that the
Hawaiian plautors hud succeeded
in ranking arrangements With the
Italian Government which would
result in the emigration of from
,10,003 to 15,000 Iialiau laborers
to work on tbo.'Jsugnr plantations
of Hawaii, instructed uie to warn
tho worker of Italy against com
ing to Hawaii for once in the isl
ands they uro slavoH, with no hope
"For verification and erplana
nf thia statement I ask you to read
tho enclosed minutes of tho Labor
Council of May 28. 1897. At that
time a corrupt public official of
Ibis State tried to lure California
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HUl ItUJUU IM UOtVAIi, JLMU UUUU I
nil rlmn hud 111 Hncniiin cotitrnet
labor laws with seme comment
published, and not one workman
took advantage of tbe otters of tbe
Hawaiian planters. I believe this
will.ba.tho result when tbe Italian
workman learns what awaits them
in those accursed islands, where
greed and cruelty are jnore rain
paut than in any other-part of oar
so-called civilised world.
"I further want to state that
when tbo Hawaiian planters were
seeking anuexition of tbe islands
to tho United States of America,
and after tho enclosed report was
used in tbo United otates Con
gross as an argument against an
nexation, the planters' representa
tives promised the repeal of tho
contract labor laws. Thoy lied.
These laws are st'll in force, al
though tbo ting of tbo United
States floats over the islands.
"A recent decision of tho Su
preme Court of Hawaii, given in
tbe case of two laborers who bau
run awny from their empbyers,
had been captured and t'ien
claimed that whero tbo Stars and
Stripe' tloits no slavery can exist,
explicitly states that the contract
labor laws of Hawaii are constitu
tional, both under Hawaiian and
.Vmorioan law. Uufortuuately
that is true. In the decision of
the Supreme Court of tbe United
states in the case of Hobert lvo
bertson and others agaiust Barry
Baldwin, rendered in 1895, against
four members of tbo Sailors'
Uuion of tho PnoiQc,who had
'run' awav from n ship fn an Am
erican port, had been captured,
and whose cast) wits' carried by the
uuion to tbe Supremo Court, tbo
Court bold that contracts volunta
rily entered at no timo of their
duration could beoome involunta
ry, and therefore thoeoamen could
not claim the protection of the
tbirtoenth amendment to tho Con
stitution, whiob prohibits slavery
and involuntary servitude.
"And so today tho American
flag floats ovor territory whero
overseero with whip in baud urge
on tho toilers in tho cnuofields to
harder labor. Onoo in Hawaii
under contract to labor, there is
no e"scape, as you readily seo by
tho inolosod report.
"In conclusion I want to stato
that tho prnss reports come timo
ago gave it that the Italian Gov
ernment liad forbidden tho whole
emigration of its subjects to Ha
waii. Now tbe rd (forts' Wate that
the obiPc'lidn'hnd boab withdrawn
lau,d'thHt'the-,lBboror6 -would coino
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New Y6rk, July 8. The conditions early today for the trial
races between the yachts Columbia and Defender off Larch
niont, were most unpropltious.
A thicker fog has rarely been experienced but there were In
dictations that freshening wind would carry away the fog by
me time set for the starting of the race.
The contest today is for a 250 cub offered by theLarchmont
yacht cub The course planned Vas a triangular one of nineteen
miles, eight miles each on two sides and three on the other.
Defender crossed the line at 12:40:41; Columbia 12:40:53.
Both boats had a great match right after the start, Colum-
' bia getting the best of it.
Later Defender had 12 seconds the best of it at the start.
In luffing the sloops sailed a mile, which left them a half mile
off the course. Passing Rye, the Columbia was a couple of
lengths ahead, both crafts speeding along with a fine breeze.
FIRST RACE NOT SATISFACTORY.
New York, July 6. By the race belween the new cup de
fender, Columbia, and the old Defender, sailed today oer a
triancular course of thirty miles ten miles to a leg it has
beenjplainly demonstrated that, no matter how skillfully con-'
strucjed a yacht may be, her sailing and ability to go to wind
wardmay be killed by imperfectly setting sails.
The Columbia won the race by a margin of 3 minutes, 53
seconds (unofficial time). There is no doubt she would have
won by a larger margin if her sails had fitted as well as the De
fender's. In the windward work, while the wind was strong,
the Columbia was unable to either outfoot or outpoint the De
fender,, chielly on account of the bad set of her club topsail,
jib topsail and forestaysail. She covered the first leg of ten
miles to windward three minutes faster than the Defender, but
one minute of that gain was made when the wind became light
and less than two miles from the turning point. On the sec
ond leg the Columbia gained fifty-eight seconds. It was a reach,
both vachts carrvinc larce (not balloon) lib topsails. On the
last leg close-hauled work in a light breeze she lost five sec
onds io the Defender, this probably by reason of a shift of
wind w!uch favored the Qefeider. ,
In comparatively light winds the new Iselln-Morgan yacht
Columbia vanquished the Vanderbilt yacht Defender, and con
vinced the yachtsmen who saw the royal struggle, that she is
worthy of defending the precious trophy which Sir Thonlas
Lipton and his merry tars hope to take backwith them in the
Shamrock next fall. The Columbia's 'foresail and club topsllt
are anything but perfect, and in a general way she will need a
good deal of tuning up.
FUR I HER CRITICISM OF THE COLUMBIA.
New York, July 7. It is asserted that with the time allow
ance to which her inferior size entitled her, the Defender real
ly beat the Columbia in their race on Thursday afternoon.
The Columbia crossed the line first, and in the statement given
out by the regatta committee it was announced that by cor
rected time she was the winner by three minutes and fifty
There has, however, been no ofticiaKannouncement and the
members of the regatta committee of the New; York Yacht
Club decline to discuss the matter. It has been persistently
asserted that the Columbia has not shown the expected form
over the .Defender, but those who are handling the new yacht
insist that they are satisfied.
HONOLULU LIVESTOCK CO, J
Capitalized at a
W. 11. Rice or Kauai Prddcnl-W.
Withers Manager and Promoter Stl'.l
To Be On King Street.
HllOIlT POSTAoVf LKTTEIIB.
' ' "ICrJuUnUed on Pace 4.
Assistant Superintoudont Jack
son of tbe Railway Mail Servica
has returned to Washington from
a tour of inspectiou through the
West. Ho says that one fourth of
tho mail aejit through tho Sin
Francieao post office to Hawaii is
without BullioioDt ntamps. This is
due to tho supposition that after
auuexalion the two oents rat
rnled. Tho department will send
out a circular to correct this error.
Uxt remly ljrjit! Diamond.
Peruana tho larcost diamond in
th't citv is now to bo seen in tho
window of H. G. Birat, the jswel
er, Fort Street. It is owned by
Prince David Kawanonakoa, and
was given to him by tho late Queon
Dowager Kapiolaui, bis aunt.
Tho riugiwas the property of tho
late King Kalakaus', and was
among (ho articles willed to Kapi
olaui on his death.
TTc 31 Pile Cttiitalii.
Before the aniline of the Austra
lia yewtorday afternoon Ed. Towso,
City Odlior 01 iue Aiiveriiaer, wtttt
presented with a commission maK-(
inn himiri loembenof thepe"raoua.'l
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stait'or cvroamtsmtuQiQ, v
ANOTIIliU N0LUIi:il UUAD.
Hermann 0. Sohwanueke a
private in Battery N, Sixth Artil
lery, diod at tho military bespit 1
irom typiioiti lever yestenlay. The
funeral will take ulaco from 8t.
Androw's cathedral at 2:3u o'clock
this afternoon and interment will
take place in Nuuanu cemetery.
All friouds aro invited to attend.
The Honolulu Blrck Yards Co.,
Ltd., a co.purtneiflhip, is lhi very
Intt-st. This eouipaiiy. in addition
to conducting a yonera' live-tock
husiticsf, w ill cairy on a firntul-toa
up to dato livery stabl-, blauksuiith
shop, carriage repository, paint
simp, and handle epeeixl importa
tions. Tho capitalissntiou in SIO',000
divided into 10,00 i btmrrs of the
par value of $10 eauh one half
the s'ouk roprcHntilinr.' 'he pr per
ty for business t-ite 6'25,;oU and
tho timmediato working ci;itat
825,100 to bo paid up: tho oth r to
bt"iisBQ anbl-. ami not to ho cnlied
in until the Imsinfi-ri shall reach
such propi rt'oiis art to deui tud it.
Tho business situ will . bn on
property no.v beiu ar ran god for,
probably at the oorner of King
autl South Htieets.
W. H. Kic-i of Kauai h thn
president of tho company and W.
S Withers, general tnannger. I"
B. Richards of Spokane, Wah.,
aud A. NowliorMe of Fresno, Oil.,
two yout'g mon woll ncquain d
with 'he luvry busiinH-', uro on
nected with tho new venture. Mr.
Richards will havo chnrco of tho
livery stable aud Mr. N whouso
will have charge of tho office.
It is understood that a charter
has been app'iid for. W. S.
Withers is Ihe promotor.
-TO IMPROVE TELEPHONES
Tboro will ho a meeting' of tld
Bond of D.reotors of tbn Mutual
roloph'iiic Company on Monday.
At that time a report of Superin
tendent Ceasidy making certaia
rocommoudations for Honolulu's
telephone system will be acted on.
It is learned on good authority
that tho changes the company in
tends making in Honolulu will not
be small, aud although these will
raran a largo outlay of inonoy on
the, part of tho company thero will
bo no chancn in tho present rate
ohargod. Tho public will be guar
anteed a system as good as nuy in
the world, People- talking will be
guaiauteed their own lino, and
thert will lie no fut titer possibility
of anyone ohe lis euirg on tbo
Orpheuiti Thnir. ,
This evuning's program prom
ises woll. Poet and Marion will
inlroduoH "The Two Doctors," a
I'urc-i full of funny absurditios.
Bogga and Hhoward will appear
iu this sketo'i "A Bloodless Mul
der" wliorn cruol fnte ha deoreod
the uniting of uuwilliug bauds in
mattinioiiy. The Hartwell sis
tere will perform acrobatic- feaW
in conjunctiou with tbo Salviui'.
Mitta Braudcri, Mav Ashley and
tua roat ot the ooiupauy will pr
tioipate. S.curo seats by booking
To tbe lutane Atylura.
Mary Goia, a Portuguese wo
man was examined for iueanily by
Judge Wilcox this forenoon and
committed to tho Insano Asylum.
L'ho unfortunate woman was at
ihe hospital for treituieut wlion
signs of insanity mado their np
pearaLco. She got up out of a sick
bed aud rau away last night.
How Guam was taken is told in
On To Manila.
A PUR! QBAPC CRCAU or TARTAR. fOWOCI
rank of captain.
S, Anilrctr' aUifUriil.
Sevonth Sunday aftur Trinity,
July 1C 7:00 a. m., Holy Cora
munion; 11:00, Morning I'ruyor
and Sermou; 3:30 p. m.,Pulo Abi
abi; 7:30, Evensong and Sermon.
. I,tnt Huir-ir atarkri.
New York, July 8. Sugar
Raw steady: fair refining, -i: cen
trifugal, 90 tst, '1J; iiolasses
sugnrRe firie'd firm;.crnliod,r 06.;'
powde.xfldiQ), Brauulftlediq,, 0, '
.'Jni.ofJi bnu b',i:ii' ,JU3,
Highest Honors, World's Fal
Oold Medal, Midwinter .Pair
U H 2ix AWftarPftriUrflAritHitto)
d Jl.vjr no eotae-ioDg aw ban
Hundred ' ftfi
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