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Vol. VII. No. 1277.
HONOLULU, H. I., PB1DAT, JULY 21, 1899.
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THE DAY'S SlOCK REPORT
NAME OP STOCK. "CHAMM "C"AWB
Did., Atked Bid Asked
C. Brewer & Company.. 4 450
American Su$arCo.,ai 1 7J .
Americans Co.. pd up ... J
Ewa Plantation Co ..... 8 Jo
Hamoa Plantation Co -
HawallanAgrlculhiralCo 170 76
Hawaiian Sugar Co .... ais ajjj
Ilonomu Sugar Co .... . .. ij
Honokaa Sugar Co ... V-. ti ......
Kahuku Plantation Co 185 oo
Kamalo Sugar Co. al 45
KamaloSugarCopdup 11 ..
Klhel PIant.Co .Ltd, as . t lM
Klpahulu Sugar Co 40 M
Kona Sugar Co., as., 1 17 ioS 15 30
Kona Sugar Co ,pd up
MaunalelSugar Co.as , 16 i 7
Maunalel Su Co.pd up ...... ...
McBrydeSuCo..Ld,as K 1 ....
.. paid t8 i,tf
Nahiku Sugar Co., as. 1
Nahiku Su Co.. pd up
Oahu Sugar Co., as i
Oahu Sugar Co , pd 173 aoo
Onomea Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co. . 91 at J
OlaaSu. Co.. Ltd., as i7- 1 JJ 85
Olowalu Company .. i6j .1
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantitlon Co
Pepeekeo Sugar Co .... ,
Pioneer Mill Co.. aj!4
Walalua Agf. Co.. asl 06 100
WalaluaAgr.Co.pdup . ijaM
Walluku Sugar Co 400
Walmanalo Sugar Co 1 '
Wilder Steamship Co .. ti$ ,...J
Inter-Island Steam N. Co
Hawaiian Flectrlc Co
Hon. Rapid T.St Land Co
Mutual Telephone Co ijH
Makaha " Ldpdup
Oahu Ry & Land Co
Hart & Co., Ltd 9 10
Hon BrewiMaltCo 5 10
Hawaiian Gov percent 101
Hawaiian Gov. s per cent. :oo
llaw.G PostSaviljperc 95 ,.
Oahu Ry & Land Co. .11 lot! , ......I
Note Figures of A. M. session Honolulu Exchange
Between Boards 30 Ookala jiW .
To-day's Sessiontoo McUryde aK, aoo do i.
-to Hawaiian Agricultural 17, 10 Pioneer Mill J7J.
JCTAdJourned for one month.
H"x Abolish 8ngar Bounty.
London, July 14. The Fronoh
"bountry on sugar, according to tbo
Puria oorrospondont of the Daily
Hail, will be abolished in October
of next year.
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V BETHEL : STREET,
HAWSER IN HER SCREW
The Manna Loa was delayed
two and a half hours in getting
away today for Eona and Eau.
ShewaB scheduled to leavo at 10
o'clock this morning but did not
sail until 12:30 p. m.
As the B. S. Moana was making
for the Oceanio wharf this morn
ing, her bow line whioh, at tbo
timo,kwas slack and partly under
wator,"gbt entangled in the pro
peller of the Manna Loa, lying
alongside the Inter-Island dock
with her stern against the end of
the Oceanio wharf.
The Manna Loa's screw was
moving at the time of tho acoident
and tbo slack of tho Moana's
hawser must havo beon drawn by
tbo suction produced by tho re
volving of the island boat's pro
peller. As soon as it was fonnd that the
ropo was there to stay awhile,
Diver Morse and his assooiatoa
were summoned and quickly got
Diver Morse went under the
Mauna Loa's atom armed with
sharp chisels and a mallet.
About noon tho diver sent up
tho portion of ropo that had beon
wound round and round tho shaft
of tho propeller and entangled in
tho blades. Tho pieco moaaures
about three fathoms.
A cheer went up when at 12:30
tho divor himsolf camo to tho sur
face and tho Mauna Loa steamed
away from the dook.
Tomorrow' BafebMl Game.
Tomorrow's game of baseball
between the Stars and' Kameha
mehaB will bo the most exciting of
the season. The Earns are slight
ly tho favorites thia time. Tho
teams will bo as follows:
Stars. ' Position. Kams.
Gorman- Catcher Kekuewa
Jackson. Pitcher. Reuter.
Willis First Base Leslie
Moore Second Base Malnika
Davis Third Base Wise
Thompsom Short Stop". Harbottle
Price Left Field Makananl
Klley Center Filed Kaanoi
Hansman Right Field Crowell
THEY STAND BY CHAMBERS
High Commissioners Order that Court
All Decisions Past, Present tod Future Must be
Respected Proclamation Received
-.'The Samoa HeraliLyAfv-Juno
24th publishes the proclamation
relative to the Supromo Court:
''Upon information received
from various parts of the Islands
and as advisod by His Honor tho
Obief Justice of tbo Supreme
Court, we learn that in certain dis
tricts and by many people tho
authority of the Supromo Court
and tbo Chief Justico is disre
garded. "Now, this is to notify all poo
plo that tho Supremo Court of
Samoa and tho Chief Justice con
tinuo to havo and exorcieo all the
jurisdiction and authority Riven
by tho Berlin Treaty, which has
not boen altered in any rospeot.
Tho decisions of tho Court mado
in tho past must bo oboye and
respectod and obedience given to
tho writs, and to all orders issued
by tho Chief Justice in the
Done this 20th day of Juno 1899.
High Commissioner of tho Unitod
0. N. E. Eliot.
Her Britannio Majesty's High
High Commissioner of Germany.
Commenting on this dooumont
the Herald says: We will not re
fer to what might havo been done
in the past, but will look to the
future, full of glorious possibili
ties. Whatever form of future
government they, tho High Com
mission may evolve for us, wo
trust (and believe) that a Supreme
Court will be given us with even
larger powers than heretofore:
and if Ohiof Justico Chambers
who we are informed has express
ed a wish to bo relieved of his du
ties, should leavo us soon, and tho
Powers send us a successor of the
same obaraoter, ability, and con
soientionsnesd and support him,
wo havo not the slightest fear but
permanent peace and the begin
ning of prosperity in the Islands
would ho assured. Wo notice
with much pleasure the
orders of the High Commission.
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At a meeting of the Church De
fense and Extension Society last
evening, it was decided that the
organization should tnke up and
answer the artiole by Bishop Wil
lis in tho last Diocesan Magazine
in whioh ho states that, unless the
American Church is satisfied with
certain demands ho proposes to
mako ho will oppose the transfor
of this church from English to
T. It. Walkor was appointed
treasurer in place of E. W. Jor-
dor, now on bis way to England.
Japaneae Church Fair.
The Japanoso Church met with
great success with its fair on
Nuuanu Avenue last ovening. A
largo number of Japanese and
foreigners from town, as well as a
liboral attendanco from tbo J apan
eso training ship Hiyei, were pre
aont. Tho church, together with
tho adjoining sohool promises,
woro prettily decorated ia Japan
oso fashion. All manner of re
freshments and fanoy articles
woro sold at tho various booths.
Somo of tho officers Jrom tho
Hiyei gavo very interesting talks
on tlie ancient nigtory of Japan.
WITH NAVAL IIONOHS.
Sotaro Ikogawa, ono of tho hos
pital nurses aboard tho Japanese
training boat Hiyei, died aboard
tho ship this morning from abscess
of tho liver. Tho funoral will tako
j I nee tomorrow from tho man-of
war with full naval honors. Intor
ment will take placo in tho Maki-
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SIDE FIGHTS BY CHIEFS
Pactional Powwow That Caused
Flurry In Samoa.
Fev Men Injured Chiefs Required to
Aboard British Ship and Hake Up
Tamasese a Citizen.
Apia, July l.'-Tho Horald says:
News reaohod us on Wednesday
last of a nativo row whioh occur
red at Saanapu, in whioh throo
natives were wounded. It appoars
that two chiefs named Lauvi and
Loama (supporters of Malietoa)
who belonged to Saanapu tried
to land. Tho Safata men who
brought them landed thorn and
Those two chiefs went into thoir
houso, first shaking hands with
Saanapu peoplo who wero stand
ing about. There was a personal
grudgo between thorn and another
a Mataafa chief named Tuinaleava
(of Saanapn) who took tho oppor
tunity to ond it;cattacked Leama
with a Bpear. and after a fow min
utes other!villagors ran from tho
bush, and chased Lauvi and Le
ama out of thoir houso. who ran
towards tho beaoh to rojoin their
irionds in tbo boats, which bad
Tho mou in the boats returned
and a row bogan. which resulted
in ono man named Faifua being
wounded in the arm with a knife,
and two others boing also slightly
wounded, lho arms used woro
knivos, spoars, axes, a guu or two
and a revolver. Tho first gunshot
sooms to have been fired from ono
of the Malietoa boats. The Ma
taafa men had only a revolver.
This attack, wo aro informed, was
in direct ooutradiction to tho in
structions sonti to Saanapu by
Suatele, that tmJy wore not to in
any way interofero with any party
landing, and that tbo Malietoa
men must bo receivod.
When Borne othor Mataafa
chiefs who wero there succeeded
in stopping the fighting the Mali-
otoa men withdrew to Lotofaca.
Tho Torch went to tho scene of
attaok, and Captain Freedy made
enquiry bb to its causo. At first
the ohiof was inclined to bounce,
but on tbo captain informing bim
that ho would bring him on to
Apia if ho did not behavo, tho
chief agreed not to again inter
foro in any way. After further
talk both parties mado peace on
tbo Torch in Captain Proody'a
presence in tho usual Samoan
way, by shaking bands and touch
ing noses, agreeing at tue samo
time that Lauvi and Leama should
livo at Saanapu.
This row led to a roport that an
attack was intended on tho Mata
afa chiofs who wore staying near
town for tho purpose of boing
noartbo High Commission, but
there was no truth in this roport.
It has also boen deoided that
Tanu, Tamasese and Mataafa shall
meet the High Commissioners on
board tho Badger with the inton
tion of making friends, and that
Mataafa has signified his inton
tion of boing present.
Wo havo hoard that Tamasese,
who was on board tho Badgor on
Thursday last, wbb informed by
tho Commissioners that ho must
ccaso making claimsor demonstra
tions, in any way bb to govern
ment, as he was only a privato
llnwallan Boyi to Leave.
W. M. Buchanan and Donald
Ross, of T. H Davios & Oo., aro
the happiest follows in town to
day, for they aro going to tho
coast in tho Moana today, to re
main about two months on a vaca
tion trip. It is possiblo that Mr,
Buohanun will return a little
before Mr. Boss.
Kdwurd BtrHuaf, Hatlelan.
Edward Strauss, tho foremost
'colloist in tho Colonies, and a
mnsioian of .world-wido repute, is
a through passongor for tho States
in tho Moana. Mr. Strauss has
boen very ill of lato, and is going
to Amorica to try if possiblo to ro-
jgain his health.
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WAS HERO OF SAN JUAN
on the City of
Brigadier-General Schwan and Long List
o( Officers Famous Regiment En
Route to Manila.
The man who planted tho first
American flag on tho summit of
San Juan Hill in tho thick of the
fighting on Cuban shores, marched
with his rogimont through the
streets of Honolulu this morning
bearing aloft the self some bannor
he had bo bravoly born to victory
in that bitter strogglo.
Color Sergeant Hayes, whoso
fame has spread from ono ond of
the conntry to the other, whoso
features through tho medium of
magazines and nowspapors aro
now familiar to thousands, is in
this city with tbo famous Twenty
fourth Infantry, that executed
suoh splond.d work in Cuba.
The incident by which Hayes
distinguished himsolf is well
known to all, how while bearing
tho standard through tbo fight at
Santiago, tho comrade carrying
tho regimental colors was shot
down and how Hayes grasping
tho'tollering staff from tbo dyiog
hand, struggled on to tho summit
of bloody San Juan bearing the
colors of his regiment together
with tho Stars and Stripes.
Tho transport City of Para, with
Companies A, F, H and E, 24th
infantry, with non-commissionod
staff and band; Troops D and U,
Fourth Cavalry; a company of
United States engineers from Wil
lett'aPoint,and detachments of the
24th infantry, the hospital corps
and signal corps assigned to the
army of tho Philippines, is at
Oecanio dock. - --
Tho commanding officer is Ma
jor Augur of tho Fourth Cavalry;
Captain Ducat of tho 24th infan
Company B, United States onci
noers,aro fromWillett'a Point,New
York. The command consists of 3
officers, ICO onhsted men, 1 assist
ant surgeon and 2 hospital men,
and is commanded bv Captain
Captain BobinBon, formerly first
officer of tho City of Bio do Jane
iro commands tho transport.
Othor officers of the ship aro:
First officor, Bakor; second officer,
Bartlett; third officer, Paulson,
chief ongineer, Donnelly; first as
sistant enginoer, Sponcer; second
assistant ongineer, Tattorson, and
third assistant ongineer,' Waters.
Sho carries a crow of ovor forty
Tho United States Army officers
on board tho City of Para aro:
Brigadior Qenoral Theodoro
Schwan, U S V; Col Wm H BiB-.
bee, Thirteenth Infantry; Col Gil
bert S Carpuntor, Eighteenth In
fantry; Maj Jacob A Augur,
Fourth Cavalry; Maj Jesso M Loe
Ninth Infantry. Of tho 24th In
fantry: Maj H Wygant, Oapt 0
J Crane, Oapt Amnion A Augur,
Oapt Benjamin W Leavoll, Oapt
Arthur 0 Ducat, Capt Wm Black,
Oapt Joseph B Batohelor Jr, Oapt
Daniel J Oarr, U S voluntoer sig
nal corps;' Capt Harlow L Stroot,
coramissary of subsistence, U S V;
Chaplain Allen Allonsworth, 21th
Infantry; 1st Liout Wm P Jack
son, 1st Liout Qeo H MoMastor,
1st Liout John 0 Oakes, corps of
engineors; 1st Iiiouts Unas a Lin
coln, W L Murphy, M Davis, 4th
Cavalry; C E Hawkins, 7h Ca
valry; 2nd Lieuts, Harloy B Fer
guson, corps of .engineers; F T
Arnold, 4th Cavalry; Bobort E
Frith, 24th Infantry; B Sauford,
J Herring. Assistant Surgeons
Capt 0 E B Flagg, 1st Lieuts P 0
Fauntolroy, Basil H Dutcher, H S
Groenleate, Utway W ltasn. Act
ing Assistant Surgeon IbI LioutB
ISrncst 0 Sohultzo, Jules 0 La
Hardy, Jamos W Van Dnsen,
Stevons T Harris, ltobort P Ro
bins, Gilbert E Soamon, J 0 Gar
lington, S J Frasor, F W Dudley.
Capt. W. E. Wildor of tho 4th
Cavalry ond Capt. W. L. Sibert,
engineers, aro also
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AN ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE
Gallclan Shoots His Wife and Tarns
Gnn on Himself.
An Earl; Morning Tragedy on Emma Street
Husband Discovers an Unbearable
State of Affairs.
A Galician who came here as u
contract laborer somo time ago
but who later, was allowed to go
on his way undisturbed made an
attompt to kill his wife and him
self in a house baok of the homo
of Dr. Alvarez, Emmastrert at an
early hour this morning. Doputy
Marshal Ohilliugwortli was tele
phoned to but, whoovor gavo the
information ovor the telophone
said that the tradgedy hud taken
placo noar the house in which
Mrs. Almy reoently committed
snicido. Ho spent two hours or
more wakening tho ponplo of tho
neighborhood and, on returniui; to
tho police, station found out tho
It eooms that tho Ualiciaa is
living in tho houBO in question
with his wife and another country
man. Ho had suspicions and this
morning they proved woll founded.
After a little parloying, ho drew n
38 calibro revolver from his pocket
and shot at his wifo, tho bullet
passing through the fleshy part of
her right Bide and out the back
but causing no groat injury.
As soon hs ho had done this the
Galiaiau turned tho re.volv.-r on
himself and firod twice, one bullot
ontering jimt bolow the thorax nod
the othor just above the heart.
Dr. Day was summoned The
woundB woio attended to nud the
man put to bed in his own house.
Tho wounds are dangorouH but tho
follow will very probably live.
IFhere has been of Into no end
of trouble botweon thoGalicinunnd
his wife, tbo latter boing in favor
of an immediate separation.
An officer has boon slntioned at
the placo to prevent any further
The work in connection with
tho concert of tho Amateur Or
chestra, set for August 1, is boom
ing along. There whs a full at
tendanco at tho rehearsal last
evening, and the now music was
played in fino style, Bhowing tho
progress tho members have beon
making under tho able direction
of Wray Taylor. Auothor rehear
sal has boon called for Monday
evening, Among the interacted
peoplo at last night's rehearsal
was Mrj. Anuis Montague Turner.
Mr.Dosky has boon kind enough
to make a very low figurp for tho
rental of Progress Hall, and tbo
nowspapors of tho oity aro assist
ing in tho raattor of tiokots and
programs. WrAy Taylor announ
ces that lartios will do tho ushering
at tuo concert.
Par Hicmiier Moana,
The following importations ar
rived on tho Moana this moruiug:
200 cs gen mdse, 30 cs whisky.lfa'O
ca potatoos, 997 bI: oats, 10 oa
limes, 20 cs bittore, 100 os liquors,
CO cs ouinnB, 08 cs mullet, 4ti pkgs
The Japaurso Church fair on
Nuuanu Avenue will bo coutinued
A PURE OHPl CREAM or TARTAN POWOll
Highest Honors, World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Pah
;AtoM linking Powder rontnl.ilnj
Alum, llioynro I11J111I.1114 to liertUb
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