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v A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
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pp. VII. No. 127C.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUKSD&Y, JULY 20, 1899.
Pkioh 5 Gents.
FREB ! '!
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
NAMB Of STOCK..
C. Brewer & Company.
Americans Co.. pd up J
Ewa Plantation Co ....
ii.m llt.nt.ltnnCa. .
Hawaiian uora au -u.
'Hawaiian Sucar Co ...-.
Jail.,. Ql.(Tr Ulll.,1
Kafiuku Plantation Co
lfih.1 l Co.LtJ..r
Kona Sugar Co., as. .
Kona Sugar Co..pd up
Maunalel Sugar Co.a
Maunalel Su Co.pd up
NahlVa Sugar Co.. a.
Nahlku Su Co,, pd up
Oaltu Sugar Co., at,.
OoUalJ Sugar. Plan. Co.
Olaa Su. Co.. Ltd.. as
Olaa SuCo.Ltd, pdupj
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co, .
D.rtnr Sueur Mill
Pala Plantation Co....
Peptekeo sugar v-o ...
Pioneer Mill Co ......
Walalua Agr. Co.. a
Walanae i-ompany .
Walluku Sugar Co....
Walmanalo Jjugar Co .
Walme.t Mill to .....J
WIH.r Kfimlhln Co...
Inter-Itland Steam N Co
Hawaiian lilcctilc Co...
Hon. Rapid r.&LandCo
Mutual Telephone Qo. .
Makaha " LJ.pi up
Hart fc Co., Ltd
Hawaiian Gov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Guv. rer cent
I to ... I
Note Figures ol A. M. session Honolulu Exchange
Between Boards too Honokaa il), 5 Klhel pd 40.
Morning Sesilon io Klhel 8, too Lwa a?. 95 do 29.
1000 O K & L Co. Uonds 106.
Tbo narao of Hanan has long
been identified with tbe mnnufaa
turo of tbo best olass of shoe
particularly as regards, comfort
. ami wanr. r lucidently Mclnoruy
etands equally high iu thin city as
a tborougbly reliable bouee for
footwear. Bee ad on page 5.
BETHEL : STREET,
ex S. S. Australia :
Apples.. Apricots, Cherries,
Cheese, Cauliflowers. $
m Lemons, Oranges, Peaches,
Pears, bresh Prunes,
Fresh and Smoked Salmon,
7 ' v
White Cabbage, Poultry.
DEWEY REACHES PORT SAID
.. ... n.i- T
Washington, July 14. Secre-
tary Long has recertred the follow
log cable mestngo from Admiral
Port Said, July 14. Secretary
of the Navy, Washington. Olym
pia in voluntary quarantine. As
soon as coaled, proceed Trieste
for pratiquo and reouporation,
officers and men. DEWEY.
It is said at the Nary Depart
Riobt that thO'Admiml'a referenco
to pratique simply moans that, be
is coing to Trieste to get a clean
bill of health that will enable him
to continue his voyage throngh
the Mediterranean without delays
from tbe health authorities at tho
Plana Not Decided On.
Soen in regard to the Peacock
hotel at Waikiki this forenoon
Mr. Bothwell stated that, although
he and the other partita interest
ml had beeu in conference with
Mr. 'Peucock during tho stay of
the Mariposa in poit yesterday,
just what plans would bo' followed
out in tho reconstruction of .tho
place had not been decided on as
yot, Some conclusion would be
reached within a very few days.
Mr. Oloaph has taken bold of mat
ters already and will very likely
superintend tho reconstruction of
tho Pencook place.
Those who had tho pleasure of
attending tbo opening dinner at
tho Homo bukory Ibst evoning,
not only did full justice to the
most excellent repast spread before
tuem, but were most sincere in
tbeir praisos of tbo gooes crea
tions as well as the uuequalled
service and management.
With tho appetizing unnn.
courteous attentiou, privacy when I
u ob i run, gnou iiRiit ana excellent
ventilation the Homo Bakery has
SOME YOLGANIC HISTORY
Ibitney Sijs Oatvsts
Eve'j Fin furs:
Clies Details of Yolcanlc Disturbances Since
Arrival of Missionaries Goes b;
Itself and Hot tb Snn.
Editor H..MWM"? Polishes
in the current' fiiumber of tho
Plantors Monthly (in historical
detail of the volcanic eruptions op
Hawaii since 1823. The dotoil
whioh Mr. Whitney gives rather
upsets the theory advanoo by Mr.
Lyons that eruptions oan be fore
told by reference to tho sun. Mr,
Strangors as well as residents
sometimes ask how ofton tbo vol
canic eruptions occur. Thero aro
no regular poriods, but the records
of tho prospnt century show that
thero havo been twenty, including
small and large eruptions. Thero
has been no regularity with them.
It may however bo assumed that a
lava flow occur?, on an average,
every thro?, four or five years.
During tbe first twonty-two years
of tho presont century, wo have no
record of any except that of Hui
lalui, the largo monntaiu back of
Eailun, which took place in 1801,
the stream pouring into tbo sea
near tbo mountain. Native tradi
tion roportnd to the missionaries
that deaths had ocourred from this
eruption, but liko the traditions
concerning Eeoua's army thoy aro
considered not reliable, or rather
1823. Tbo first action of tbe
volcano after the arrival of the
missionaries in 1820, was in 1823,
and is described by EIHb. This
took place below Kilaues, and.
Hervea to exuaguieu- us ores tem
porarily. Later tbo fares returned,
and tho whole area of tho pit was
described and pictured by him as
1832. In this year twelve
years after tho arrival of the mis
sionaries wo find tho first refer
ence to an oruption in tho summit
crater of Mokuaweowoo, which
continued in notion for two or
three weeks. Eilauoa, which for
some time previous had been very
activo. subsidod during the activi
ty of Mokuaweowed, showing
connection bolweon'tho two. Ki
lauea iki was also reported very
activo at this time.
1838 Count Strezlechi, who
visited the volcano this year, re
ported Eilauca in extraordinary
activity ovor its entire Burface.
His description deems to corro
borate that of Ellis that the whole
intoriof of Eilauca was in action
In 18dO There was an eruption
below Olaa, which flowed through
Puna reaching the sea uear Nana-,
In 1843 An oruption took placo
in Jauuary, on tho north side of
the summit of Mauna Loa, and
flowed into tbo valley between
Maunn Eoa and Mauna Lrm, one
branch heading towards Hilo. It
lasted only three weeks, now inn
about 30 miles.
In 1851, August 8, a stream
broke out near tho summit of Ma
una Loa, ran four days down the
west slopo of tbe mountain and
In 1852, a largo stream broke
out on the northeast slope, and
lasted one month.
1855, a stream of lava broke
out on the northeast side of the
mountain, at 12,(03 font elevation,
mid flowed into the valley regiou
between Mauna Ken and Mauna
Loa, tbon turned eastward and
continued to flow toward Hilo for
thirtoon months, making tho I arc
est stream on record.- It oeased
when tho lava had reached within
eight miles of Hilo.
lfc5U. This yoor witnessed one
of the grandest displays ever seen
on Hawaii. Tho lava broke out
on tho northwest side of Mauna
Loa, somo 3000 foot below the
summit, and took a northwostorly
oourse; almost straight to' tbo sea,
somo twonty.fivo miles distant
south' from Kawaihao. Tho flow
lasted for thirteen months, and'
1865. An eruption occurred
December 31, confined to tho
orator, and oontinned for four
1868 On March 27 thero was
a heavy explosion on tho sonth
side of Mauna Los, somo distanco
below the summit, when a largo
stream of lava burst-out and flow
ed rapidly down to the eoa. So
euddgnly 'did this take place, that
Cant. Brown, who lived at Kahu-
ku, where Ool. Norris now lives,
had barely time to esoapo with his
Ibid. A Bimuar eruption, con
fined to tho summit crater, and
continued in varying activity for
1875.' This was also in tho
summit crater of Mokuaweoweo,
and lasted about ono month.
1877. Feb. 14. A repetition of
the abovo lasted two days. A
submarino oruption occurred dur
ing this year near Eoalakeakua,
when tho sea was covered wfth
blooks of pumaco stono floating on
1880.A short oruption in the
Bumrriir orater similar to those, of
1872, 3,'5 and 7.
1880. In November of this
year, the. volcano broke out near
the summit, on tbo northeast side,
with a Very large flow, which con
tinued for nine months.
1881. In January of this, year
there was an eruption in tho.sea,
near tho shore, at East capo,
1886. Tboro was a small orup
tion in tho summit crater of Mo
kuaweoweo, which lasted but a
1887. An eruption took place
on tho southwest slope of Mauna
Jjoa, near tho large now of lbus.
It continued for two weeks.
1896. After on unusually long
period of rest, the crater of Moku
on the 21st of April.
1899. This last oruption com
menced with a grand explosion on
the morning of July 4, as though
Madame Pole meant to join in
celebrating America's anniversary.
Tim l,nn : i:t
s.un nuuiu vuuipiiouo U JIOl Ul
the eruptions on the island of Ha
waii during tho present century,
so far as appear by tbo records at
hand. It bIiows twonty-throo
eruptions, not inolnding the first
twenty yoars, of which we havo no
autbentio data, excoDtina that of
Hualalai in 1801. It is quite-pro-bable
that, wore the data of the
first twenty years known, it would
show that volcanic eruptions of
some kind have taken place, evory
four years, on an average, during
tho centnry now onding, and also
that the volcano is probably quite
as active now as during any of
tho recent centnrioj.
In tbo case of "Ward vs. Desky
and E. Peck & Co., Ltd., Judge
Periy has denied the prayer for
an injunction in that tho causo
complained at tho tirao of tho
filing of tho petition no longer
exists. Tho complainant however
is not barred from moving on the
petition showed at any future liino
cause bo givon. Tho oourt finds
for the complainant, in that her
land is ontitlod to lateral support
and a decrco ncainst tbo respon
dent corporation for relief from
tho destruction of lateral support
will bo signed on presentation.
Tbo 0. 11. & L Go. has filed its
nnswor in tho suits of Jesso and
Junius Eaao for damagos and re
plevin. In the case of Ordway & Potter
vs. O. it A. S. S. Co., a discontin
uance has been ontored. A com
promise was agreed upon.
Hltamrock'a New llonm.
Southampton, July 14. It
transpired that a new boom ovon
larger than the presont ono, is bo
ing made for tho cup ohallobger
Shamrock; in tho belief that the
lighter air in America will enable
her to carry a considerable greater
expanse of canvas than during her
trial raco with tho Britannia.
THE CONEMMJGH HERE
Horses and 6000 Cases of
Beef for Manila.
Parser Tucker Here Again Doctor Powers, Y
S., a Classmate of Doctor Monsarratt
Volcanic Smoke Noticed.
The U. 8. Transport Oone
maugh arrived outeido tho harbor
last night shortly bofore 12 o'clock
and oarly this morning' came into
port and made fast alongsido tbe
old fishmarket wharf-
ThoGonemaugh sailed from San
Francisco about 4 o'clock iu tho
afternoon of Tuesday, July 11,
making tho run to Honolulu in 8
days and 12 hours.
On board the transport are 273,
horses of troops A, B and M of
tho 4th Cavalry on their way to
Manila. Thoy are a fino looking
lot of animals and havo stood the
voyago splendidly, being in fine
condition at tho presont time.
Tho horses are heidlr unloaded
bb rapidly as poBsiblo nnd,will en
joy about a week s outing in the
government paddocks before re
Burning their journoy to the Phi
lippines. Doctor Powors, Veterinary Sur
geon, is in cbargoof the livo stonk,
and the condition of the same re
flects great credit on tho doctor
Thirty-three mon of tho 4th Caval
ry are aboard, thoir duty being to
look after the horses under tbe
direction of Dr. Powers.
Dr. Powers was a classmate of
Dr. William Monsarratt of this
Lieutenant E. B. Winnns of
troop B of the 4th Cavalry is in
command of tho troops aboard tbo
The officers of the Conotoiaugb
are Captain E. B. Itoberts,
commander, latoly naval scom men
der of supplies during the Cuban
sorvioe, now taking the place of
Captain Brommhoad who passed
through bore recently on
tho U. S T. Pennsylvania;
P. O. Bickmers. chief officer: J.
Sanford, second officer; Ghnrlot;
L. Aroy, third officer; D. do Silva.
chief enginoor; Wm. S. DonW,
first assistant onginedr; Ed. E.
Cramp, a relative of tho Cramp's
Ship Yards people, second assist
ant ongineor; J. W. Houghton,
third assistant ongineer;VM. A.
Tucker, pursor. Thore'is also a
hospital steward, Gozoki by nn.ue,
Sargeant Davis, who is among
tbo military officers ou tho Cone
maugh was bore with tbo Utah
engineers, and is well known to
Honolulu people, having spent
five or bi'x months in those Maud.
Pursor Tucker has viuited this
port several times before aud
many of his friends woro down nt
the dock looking out for him this
morning. When tho Charles
Noleon was hero last August with
tho 1st Now York Bogiment, Mr.
Tuckor was hor purser. Ho was
also in Honolulu last March whon
tbo Conomaugh passed through
bore with a cargo of Government
mules for Manila.
A little moro than, a year ago
Purser Tucker bad chargo of two
and a half million dollars iu gold
dust which was being carried from
St. Miohaols on tbo Charles Nt-l-
Bon to Seattle; his cabin is full of
quaint and curious souvenir of
tho many countries nnd peoples
that ho hns had occasion to be as
Tho Conomaugh soils direct
from this port to Manila in about
a week's tirao; boBides tho livo
stock aboard hor cargo consists of
GOO tons of merchandise, among
whioh is CO JO cases of canned
Dr. Wood was aboard tbo ves
sol early this morning aud found
For two or three days before
arriving hero tbo transport noticed
the smoke from the volcano, tho
trip from tho Coast was a most
pleasant ouo; tho Conemaugh
beating hor last postage down
horc by eight hours.
Two thousand tons of hay and
grain for foddor are heaped hiiih
on the vessel's deuk', ln.ar crew
consists of 42 mon.
Washington, July 13. The rais
Mon of Gtuertil Bates to tho Sulu
AToliipelnso for a conference with
tho Sultan iB of considerable im
portance ns bearini on th fntnro
polioy of the United States. Ho
undertakes tho mission on recom
mendation of tho Penco Coin mis
sion, which was npprovtd by the
President. His object is to" ar
range with tb Sulan for extend
ing American sovereignty over his
islands with tho uudoiutauding
tb"t tbo present form of govern
ment th'Te will not bo inhrferred
with. Iu o'Uvr words, the Sulu
arohipelBg is to have self govern
inout in tha full tenio of tho word.
This is supposed to be indicnte of
the polioj tlu' ailmmi'lpitian baa
iu view for the other islands
which will p-no'fnlly acknowledge
tho sovoiefdiity of tho United
Concerning tho r port that
Gouon.l iJutfB will enrry $10,0J()
of Moxi-.'aii money ni a gift for
the Sultan, tbe nuthnrilii's aro
jnmewitiit myrti-riouH but thoy
Buy that Uie money is not to he
olfrreJ him m a bribj.
All they will say c flicinlly is
that tho Spauis.li Government paid
lh" Sti"..u .; rtnin aunuitirs aud
GoLerivi uil has iiiH'.rtutijns
whinh ciinUtnplfitc tho o.intinn
anco of the griint, wLieh will bo
out of the r. veuu s. Tho Sullnn
will retain p'lftHPtsinn ot tbe pearl
fishing aod island trado. The
European method of paying "hush
monoj" to harlmtinns hns nlwsys
been repugnant to Amnricnti?. and
tho cmuiiiL' Co ipress may have a
good deal to eny nb ul tho subject
should it by disclosed thnt tho ad
ministration, is using money in
Bt'eiul of (,ui'H to iHtuhliih order in
any part of the Philippines.
MORGAN TALKS OFTuTURE
S'llina, Ala., July 13. Senator, .
John T. Morgan, who arrived at
Ins boiaa today, says the issue's in
tho comiDL' campaigu will be
mn'jy. 'The more tnero aro the
better for us," f nid Senator Mor
gan. "Tho Congress that assem
bles in December will, in yrovid-
ug for the povernment of our
now poseussioiis, havo to modify
tho fntilf, which wtI materially
strotigtbeu tho Domoi-ratio posi
tion. Uuynr wilt give you issno
'We can no more place a lax on
nugar from Piirto llico, Hawaii
and the Philippines than we can
from Louisiau. Thon, in pro
viding for tho govern
ment of the inlands will
C0I20 the arranging of a finaucial
systnm. Sliver hns been the ouly
money ktru ther, therefore tho
romnnetizntiou of silver will be
again demauded by thn Democrats.
" Thon, agiin, the issnn will he
injco'.cd of the income tax, which
no effort hns heeu mado to collect.
I i-hall odor, its joon us Congress
assembles, n joint resolution to re
duest the President to nroeoed to
collect thin tux. which will no
doubt throw it iiuiu into the Su
APURCcaarc email or tartar powdci
Highest Honors, World's Fall
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fait
AtoIiI linking I'nmlcrs cantulutng
kluui. They mo Injurious to health
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