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A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
Vol. VII. No. 1275.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1899.
Pkicb 5 Obnts,
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
NAMS OP STOCK.
C. Brewer & Company.
Americans Co., lid up J
Ewa Plantation Co
MftinA. Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Com & su -o
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
Ilononu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co .......
Kahuku Plantation Co. ,
Kamalo Sugar Co. 1)1
Klahulu Sugar Co.. .
Kona Sugar Co., as.
Kona Sugar Co ,M up
MCitryje au o .lj.oi
' ' palJ
Nahlku Sugar Co.. a
NahlkuSu Co,. pdupj
Oahu Siifjar company..
Onomea .Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su. Co., Ltd.. a, I
Paaunali-Su. Plan. Co..
Pacific Sugar .Mill
Pala Plantation Co....
Pepeckeo Sugar Co ...
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agr. Co.. as'
WalaluaAcr.Co, pi up,
Walanae Company ....
Walluku Sugar Co . . . .
Walmanalo Siigar Co .
Wilier Steamihlo Co .
Inter.lslan.t Steam N Co
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co
Kona-KauT. Si T.Co.LtJ
. Mutual Telephone Co
-Makaha " L4.pl up
.Oahu Kv&Land Co
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Gov, c per cent
Oahu Ry & LanJ (
Note Figures of A. M. session itonolulu Exchange
Iletweei BoirJi feO. R.St L. Co 150.
.Morning Session 40 Honokaa a6J.
Between Boards 480 McUrvda-
.Alternoun Session a Klhel 8K.
Ioko and KiU, two native driv
em for Luwors & Oooke, had their
-fingers badly cut at the dopot th's
morning whilo unloading some
she t iron.
BETHEL : STREET,
ex S. S. Australia :
S Apples, Apricots, Cherries, f
Lemons, Oranges; Peaches,
Pears, Fresh Prunes, ,j
Fresh and Smoked Salmon, s
White Cabbage, Poultry.
DEWEY REACHES SUEZ
Baea, July 12. Tho United
Btatos Cruiser Olympic from Co'
lombo, Ceylon, Jnno 28, lias boon
Admiral Dewey said bo was in
very good health. Ho appeared to
bo in excellent,, condition, which
was also the oaso with his officers
aud uiou, Moat of them have 6Ut
forod from malarial fever, but now
luo Ulympia has been quaran
tine, no direct communication
with the ehoro boinc allowed.
Oansequently the representative
here of The Associated Press was
only nbli! to converse with tho Ad
mirnl from a launch alongside the
cruieor. Alter passing turoasli the
canal, the Olympia will call at
Trieste. Thereafter tho Adrairal'ti
plans aro uncertain. Possibly he
will an to Gibraltar, mid tbenco to
Suez, July 12. Tho Olympia
has entered the onnal.
i 4 m
HIIAMROOK QETTlNCJ UK ADV.
Southampton, July 15. The
cap challenger will sail only one
rsco with tho Prince of Wales'
cutter Britannia aud will then
proceed to tho Olydo, to ho fitted
out for hor voyage aoross tho At
lnntio. She is still in dock with
her so-called "potticoats" on. A
fenco ban been built around the
dork aud the gates, which are
guurdod by police, ure kept locked.
(lueeniland a 'thanked.
Loudon, July 12. Tho British
Government replying to tho offer
of the Government of Queensland
to send 25.1 men and n machine
gnu to South Africa, in .tho ovont
of war bolween Great Britain and
TranHvaal, has expressed tho hope
that the occasion will not arise,
adding that if it does tho govern
ment will gladly avail itself of
this patriotic offer.
OREGON- BOYS HOME AGAIN
Volunteer Veterans Joyously
in San Francisco.
Honor Roll of Those Who Gave
Lives for tha Halloa
to Greet Tlitra.
San Francisco, July 12. Tho
transports Newport and Ohio,
bearing tho Oregon Rogimont
from Manila, wero sightod by tho
lookout at Point Loboj at 2 o'clock
this afternoon, and tho steam
whistles and "sirens" on tho water
front announced tho expected
arrival in a shrill volume of sound.
As soon as the news of tho arri
val was known a rush was made
for tho water front by ptioplo from
all parts of tho city. With hut
littlo delay tho members of the re
ception committees headed for the
Harbor Commissioners' tug, Gov
ernor Irwin, and the Rud Stack
tuc Sea Queen.
On tho Governor Irwiu wero
the Harbor Commissioners, the
olliciala of tho National Guard of
California and Governor Geer of
Oregon and stuff, while tho Bed
Staok tug conveyed the pr3ss
representatives, tho officials of the
Harbor Commissioners, invited
guests and a baud furnished by
Tho revonue cuttor Goldon Guto.
bearing Fedoral officials, put off
from Moigus wharf as soon as tho
transport entered the Goldon Gate,
and was joined by tho Federal
quarantine boat from Angel Isl
and. As the transport slowly sailed
up to quarantine the soldiers on
board gathered on deck and climb
ed the rigging, whoro they shout
ed and cheered like children. Tho
tugs with tho recoptiou commit
tees steamed alongside tho trans
port, and those on board cheered
and shouted "Welcomo Home! "
to the UreRouians. Tuo banu on
tho Sea Queen played patriotic
lirs, and the screaming and toot
ing of whistles aud sirens on
ships and factories created a pan
demonium, similar in evory res
pect to the ono which marked the
departure of the troops last year.
The water front wib blocked with
sighUeotH aud ewry ship iu port
win gavly dressed in colorB.
Tho Presidio and forts slutoJ
tho incoming transport by dipping
their ilagB as tho vessel prouoeded
up tho buy.
Wlwn qnarantinn wbb reached
tho tr.iusport droppod hor anchor
and tho Federal qmramin otlicera
wont on board, whilo those on the
reception committee waited on 'tho
tugs for permission to climb up
tho transport's ladder.
xuoro is consiuorauiB quusuun
whetupr the troops will land iu
Sin Frauoisco as tho transport
ships must bo ready to roturu to
Manila with troops as soon as
possible. It is likely tho ships will
bo hurried to Portland.
Fifty-nine of tho men who
sailed from hero fiftoon months
are now sleeping their last rost,
aud when tho regiment answers
roll call preparatory to boiug
mustered ont, tho solemn answer,
"Dead on tho held of battle," or
"Drnul from disease whilo on
duty," will be mado whou tho fol
lowing names are called:
Elias Hutchinson, Co M, peri
tonitis. Rufus K Holcombo, 0,
typhoid; Edgar J Johnson, D,
fevor; Edward 0 Young, A, fovor;
Hurry M Wheoler, ,D, smallpox;
William Fields, L, typhoid; Horb
U Applegate, B, typhoid; Asa
MoOuno, A, pneumonia; Richard
E Porry, A, typhoid; Georgo W
Storraer. li. typhoid: Eliot W
Ordwtiy, H, typhoid; 0 E Minior,
M, malarial fever; Ohas H Rnhl,
H, meniocitis; OhaB Meade, 0,
moaBles; Honry Arpin, E, asthma;
0 P Oliver, H, :
Frank E Uofeno, G, asthma;
J J Reid, M, malarial fever; Chan.
L Horn, 0, dysentery; Ernest G
Segur, F, pleuro pneumonia ;
Chus F McGinnon, F, smallpox ;
Clyde Perkins, K, small-pox ;
Charles F Kent, 0, measles ; Otis
Drew, 0, typhoid; Pearl O. Doty,
0, emall-por ; Ormond Fletchor,
0, rheumatism ; Fred J. Norton,
F, dysentery; Frank M Hibbe. A.
dysentery; Harry B Hibbard, K,
typhoid; Lewis A Millor, A, typh
oid; John FontoD,B, bomorrhage;
iu 11 Morse. Jj, acoidont; Wistar
HawthorneVv 0, heart failure ;
Michael P Growlo, D, ; E
W Hampton, H, battlo ; H O
G'Flisherty, L, fover-; James G
PageU), battlo ; H P AdamB, B,
battlo; William D Cook, D, battle;
Charles Herbort, L, battlo ;
Quy Millard, L, battlo ; L
V. Strawdermau, L, battle ;
Hayes B Taylor, L, battlo; 0 W
Hubbard, K. fovor; Bert J Clark,
A, battlo; Henry Payne, M, battle;
Robert Hoffmau, MJbattlo; Joe L
Berry, M, battlo; (Georgo Eich
hamer, G, battle; John 11 Spior
iugs, H, fever; Jay E Taylor, E,
peritonitis; Bert B- Chandler, 0,
erysipelas; E R M'o'nvaine, H, bat
tle; Lyman Kolsoy, D, tonsilitis;
Charles U Bell, M, pneumonia;
W H Roberts, B. pneumonia:
James W Powers, B, meaalos;
Ralph A Odell, A, dysentery;
James Harrington, G, battb.
llio men of Oregon have done
their duty nobly; and thoy will
now return to their homes pro
pared to tako up.again the pur
suits of civil life.
AN KNVIAHLK IIKCOKD.
Captain Robert Parker of the
polico forco mado an enviable
record with his SpringGeld rifle at
tho Iwilei buUs this morning.
Yatorday he decided to ue'o tho
cartridges loaded with fifty grains
of powder such as tho Sharpshoot
ers have been in the habit of using.
Uuptain i'arkor mado three eiput
ing shots. Tho tlrat of those was
a -1 and the next two, 5's. .Then
ho settled down to make his scoro
and made teu bull's oyes. Thoso
together with the sighting Bhots
made twelve straight 6's.
RHt Stary Explained.
Jack MoVeigh of the quarantine
station was in tho oity this morn
ing. Asked tor au explanation or
tho conflicting roports about rats
and oats at the quarantine station
lie spoke as follows:
"We have no rats but plonty of
ciU. Wo had plonty of rats but
tho cats killed the rats. Now tho
cats are increasing aud to tell you
the truth, we'd rather have rats if
wo could act rid of tho cats.
"It wbb during tho cholera timo
tuat tuo rats swam over to us.
This migration was caused by the
burning of dwolliuc housos along
the water front. The cats htvo
becomo bo numorous that I be
lieve wo will soon havo to kill off
llootta Wan in No Manger.
London, July 12. Brigadior
Simpson, tho Privato Secretary of
Gonoral Booth, of the Solvation
Army, was questioned today re
garding tho despatch from Stock
holm, published in a Now York
newspaper, Baving the Gooeral has
had a narrow escapo from aseas-
aination. The Secretary said
tliore was no truth iu tho report.
He added that he had received
two telegrams from the General
today, reporting all well aud say
ing ho had boon accorded a grand
welcomo at Stockholm.
I'unoral of Kobert Grieve.
The body of tho late Robert
Griovo arrived in tha Mariposa
this morning. Tho fuueral will
tako plnce from his rcaidotico on
Berotauiu Stroet, near lVnsacoln,
at 3 o'clock tomorrow afteruoou.
Tho Rev. Alex, Mackintosh will
ofiioiate. All friouda, aro invited
Police Court Note.
In tho Polico Court this fore
noon only $3 was taken in, this
being tho fine in a case of drunk-
ounces, Fivo cases woro nolle
pro3.'d, fivo postponed and a ua
tivo named Malina ordered to ro
turn to contract service with the
Wilder Steamship Co.
SENATOR CLARK IS BACK
Comes To Complete Toar of Islands for
Will Complete Ills Tour-Finds Condition Host
Favorable What Hawaii Haj Expect In
Future -Will Yislt Volcano.
Senator 0. D. Clark of Wyoming
who was in the Islands a couple
of months ago, returned in tho
Mariposa this foroaoon and is a
guost at tho Hawaiian hotol. Tho
Senator was as cordial as ovor and,
in a talk with a Bulletin im
porter on tho lauai of tho hotel,
ho said tho following about tho
object -of. his visit hero and the
futuro form of Government for
the Hawaiian Islands:
"I wont back to ray home eorae
two months ago rathor sooner
than I expected. At tho time I
had only heen nolo to visit tlnu
island" and Hawaii. During the
month or six weeks that 1 iutrnl
to romaiu this timo, it in my in
tention to visit tho remaintug isl
ands of tho group.
"Of course you know what my
object is. I am a member of Ihr
Seuato Committee on Foroigu Re
lations and am horo to investigate
fully the condition of affairs in the
Islands. So far, I havo found
them most satisfactory. Wo want
nil tbo information it i'b possible
to get and when I go home, I will
bo nblo to furnish that informa
tion. " I am thinking of going to the
Volcano in tbo next steamer for
Hawaii but tho timo spent lhrc
will bo.voiysbarti -'
"You ask me about Hawaii's
futuro and I tell you it is vry
blight. lam, as you know, an
enthusiast on Hawaii and hor nn
uoxation to tho United States
The people over on the Main In rid
regard Hawaii very much in the
same light as a mother reaids
her child and with as muoh inh-r-ost
"Thero is not a member of Con-
FiresBthat baa anything iu mind
for Hawaii savo the most lilierul
form of government. In tho Sen
ate Comraittco on Foreign Rela
tiona, although in this body aiv
men antagonistic to annexation,
thero is not a man who does not
want Hawaii to have u territorial
form of government.
"1 may go still further. Yen
are not moroly assured of atari
torial form of Government, but
you will havo local privileges hero
that tho territories recontly n'l
ruitted to the Union were for
bidden. "I romembor roading recently
articles in two or three Honolulu
papers expressing the fear of n
colonial form of government f;r
Hawaii. You may toll tho people
of the IalaudB tint their fear is
without foundation. 1 know
whereof I spoak. Not a man in
Congtoss wants to soe such a form
of government for Hawaii, r.ud
President McKinloy, an enthusiast
on Hawaii, is of tho same mind."
Hewer Cnntrnctnra Here.
0. D. Vincent and J. J. Bolsor,
tho contractors who wero success
ful in obtaining tho contiaut to
build tho Honolulu sowor, ariival
iu tho Mariposa this forouoon
Tho date provided for the begin
ning of operations lias nlicnciy
been published. Wilson & 'hiio
Iiouho wero tho successful bidders
for the outfall of tho sewer.
Thero will bo a grand concert
in aid of tho Amateur Orchestra
of August 1. Mrs. Aunis Mon
taguo Tumor, tho well kuown
singer, together with other well
known artists of tho city, will na
sist on this occasion. Eutirelr
nuw ransio will bo played bv tho
orchostra. Thero is no douhl
that tho people of Honolulu will
attend liberally. Tho Amateur
Orchestra has becomo a necessary
part of the music il lifo of the city
and, on sovernl occasions of late,
has performed at concerts and
other publio occasions freo of
chargo. Tho ooocert is to obtain
monoy for new music.
ITALY AND HER EMIGRANTS
Now York, July 8, A Sun spe
cial from Rom snys: It is under
stood that tbo Italian Government
haB recently sddiose rlrong rn
piosenlations lo the State Depart
inout at Washington respecting
alloged ill treatment of Ittliiu im
migrants in Hnwaii. Blood-cnrd-line
Rtorit8 from there are current
in Italy, and the impression gain
ed fiom them is that tlea immi
giantH ere kt in a Vim) of slav
ery, chained, half-starvtd nt.d 'or
tiirod. Italians inionilini; to row
urate to Hawaii arc informed of
what is in store for tliotn, and, as
tar as tuo Uiivexniuent cau man
age, dirrct e!nif;rliot to tho isl
ands will bo prevented.
I.ATKST rOI.UANO NKW".
Pureor Ferguson of the steamer
Kilohann from Hawaii puts thia
morning ropartd tin lateht v.ilcaao
uewB as follow:
"Tho old lhvn flow running to
word Rau has stoppetl, but Iias
broken ont in another plaoi- and
formed unother How, nUu towards
Tho flow townrds Iiilo has pono
about 12 or 15 inileH- from tho
era r. Smoko Iiuijur all over tho
Islands aud is rendering naviga
tion dBngerouH." CtipiaiuB eny
that thoy would much rather
WiSUher.'. it heavy joIb i thesot
watera tLan have hf encounter tho
uoinitaLit liolift uiid dnnuers o.mse
jiiPDt on thi exirileuoo of tho
lienvy Binohe-fog caused by Mokn
NOTIOI rtlYSK'l.WH IIKRIC
Drs. Nicholas Siin and D. R.
(Irnuor of Chicago arrived in tho
Mutipoea thin forenoon and, after
a slay htm until tho 8th of Au
gust, will return home instead of
going on to the Oiieut us already
The phynicinitri of this city who
aro from Chicago will entertain
tho noted luediunl men while iu
ir. C l'Htl)i li I1KIIK.
W. 0. Poncock arrived iu the
Mariposa this morning en route to
tho Colonies. lit- is aeeompacied
by' J. A. Clough, a hotel mafjagnr
of t-reat exigence, who fa very
null-known in California ns enn-u-'Utcd
with Hotel !! Monte. Mr.
Clough vill remu.n hero, aud will
probably ttb tliG management of
I'eaoocik fe Go's uow hostelry at
D.alli by Accident
D K. 1'neo, tho ni.tive killed at
the California Feed Cu. yi-otordsy
wai buried iu th nfernoou. Tho
Ooroner'a Jury finished its work
at about Hill ft'tili'k whou the
verdict of death by accident was
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