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Vol. VII. No. 1278.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1899. 12 PAGES
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'THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
'NAME Of STOCK.
C. Brewer & Company . .
American SC0..P1S up J
Ew Plan'atlon Co
Il.mna PUntAtlon Co...
Hawaiian' on sou v-o
Hawaiian Sugar Xo ....
Ilonomu Sugar Co
Ilonokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co .......
9 KanuKU I'lamauon o.
1 Kamaio :ugar uo. as
I KIpanulu augir v.0,
Koloa Sugar Co.
Knna nugar u.
Kona Sugar Co ,pJ up
Maunalel sugar (.0,1
NiMltu Surar Co.. as
Nahlku Su Co,, pJ up
Oahu Sugar Co., at..
Oihu Sugar Co.. pi..
Onomea Sugar Co
Ookalt Sugar Plan. Co.
OlaaSu. Co., Ltd., at I
Olnwalu Comoanv. . . . . .
PaauhauSu. Plan. Co..
Pacific Sugar Mill...,,
Pala Plantation Co.,,,
Ptpeekeo Sugar Co . .
.Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua An. Co.. a
Walanae CnmDanv .
Walluku Sugar Co...
gar Co 1
W.lm.. Mill Co
Wlld.r StramthlD Co.
Infer-liUnJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian Electric Co. . .
Hon. Rapid T tc Land Co
Mutual Teleonone to.
Makaha " Ld.pd up
Oahu Ry & Land .u. .
Hat ft Co., l-tJ
Hon Brew " l Co. .
Hawaiian Oov 6 percent
Hawaiian uov. 5 per cent
GO, F WILL WIN MATCH
THEY ARE VETERANS HOW
Oahu Ry & Land &;.
Note Figures ol A. M. milon Honolulu Exchange
Between floard 1000 O. R & L. Co.. Bondf If 6.
Morning Srlon--to Haw'n Govt. 101, to Wal-
Gone To Maaa,
Carl Widomann and his bride
left (or tho Parker Home iD Mtma
in the I walani yesterday afteruoon
on their honeymoon. Members of
the Parker family will go to Mana
The Polios Co. F. rifle match is
on at tho military butts today.
This morning II of the police and
nve ot the soldiers snot, i'roin
the record rondo it is an nsarmd
Not that tho Go. F team will come
off victorias over tho pilioo. The
following soores alroady made will
tell the story pretty conclusively:
Police Captain Parker, 39; Cap
tain Kanae, 4 ) ; Captain Kekai,
35; Eupihe, 32; Koloikioi, 3J ;
Natpo, 39; Lambert, do; Nawaa,
37; Peabi, 39; Thomas, 35; and
Co. F Sgt. Wirud,3S; Burnet,
tio, 39; Sgt. Ferreira, 33; Winck
ler. 36; and Gore, 42.
The following aro shooting this
Polion Lieut. Gardner, Ako
kaoi, Wills, and Hubbol.
Co. F--Sgt. Peterson. Storey,
Drake; Gonvoia, Eiesler, Sproat,
Bordfelt, Drummond, Oorwm,
Fitzsimmons, and- snbstitu es
Captain Ludewig and Lieut. Sam
A return match with ten men on
a side will take plaoe very Boon.
Tho members of tho Officers'
club entertained the officers
aboard tho City of Para last even
iog. From 8 until 10 o'clook tho
City of Para band famished some
lively seleotioos on the upper,
lanai. People in town very soon
beonrae aware of the fact that the
band of tho City of Para was giv
ing a concert and in less time than
it takes to tell, there was a crowd
of several hundred people in front
of the bungalow, After each
selection there was a hearty en
core. The baod it a moat excel
lent one and tho leader must bo a
good one as he has hit men train
ed right down to a fine point.
As each man of the City of Para
CAme ashore this forenoon he was
searched for weapons It was a
noticeable fact that while on tho
march this forenoon, not a man
bad a weapon of any kind.
Slck-and Woanded Return from Manila
On tho Relief.
Abnrd the Hospital
t Model In Her Line
BETHEL : STREET,
and ...".',;. ":"
Sick and wounded, regulars
and volunteors, 25 1 of them in
various station of convalescence
aro in this city aboard the Unitod
States Hospital Ship Relief.
Those mon have returned from
the soono of war maimod and
scarred, thoy went to the front the
majority of thorn having never
Been battle; now tboy are on their
way home, voterans; men who can
point to the marks received in the
conflict and toll their stories- of
brave deeds and awful struggle.
The'Belief arrived in this port
early this mornincr from Manila
via Nagasaki and Yokohama. Ma
nila was left behind on the 22nd
of Jane and Nagasaki was reach
ed on the 2Gtb and loft on the
29tb. In Yokohama the Belief
was detained several days on ao
count of a typhoon raging not far
outside the harbor. July tho 2nd
was spout on a sand bank, on tho
Saratoga spit at the entranoo to
tho harbor of Yokohama.
Tho Fourth of July was cele
brated in the above port in glori
ous style, the American residents
not forgetting the Hospital Ship
in the festivities of tho. occasion.
On the 11th of July the Belief
left Yokih&jnn, experienced rough
weather for'two or three days out.
On board this most perfeot of
hospital ships there are 250 pa
tients, over a hundred out of this
uumber aro recovering from
wounds received" -in action, the
others are fevor cases for the most
part but all aro doing remarkably
well, the reliof from tho oppres
sive climate of tho Philippines
and tho sea voyaco, to say noth
ing of tho excellent nursing and
mediotd treatment account for
Only two deaths havo occurred
sinco thevessol loft Minila, one
at Nagasaki and the other at
Major Bradley, Brigade Sur
gcon has charge of the hospital
ship and is assisted by Captain
Stylos and Lit. Unamberlaln ot
tho Medical Department of tho
U. S. Regular Army, also by
D's. Bead, Bowland and Van
Lt.'Irwin of the 5th Artillery is
Quartermaster of the Commissary
The Hospital Corps consists of
85 privates and 5 hospital etew
aards of the Hospital Corps of tho
There are eight women nurt.es
on the Belief their names are:
Misses Hassnn, Allan, Arm
stead, Lyon, Guyon, Bussoll, Far
quareon and Irvine, The above
onmpriso the hospital working
Major Bradley has his wifo and
family aboard and Captain Syles
i aooompanied by his wifo,
TheBo ladies havo dono every
thing in tboir power to assist
their husbands in making things
as peasant and comfortable as
possible for tho sick and wounded
Captain Wnteon, Captain Clark,
and Lieutenant Ball of the
Twentieth Kansas Volunteers,
Lieutenant MoArthur of the Third
Infantry, and Captain Zillinuer
of the 1st Nebraska are aboard
the Rulief on their way to San
Tho Rolief is fitted up in tho
most mndorn manner, and is a
model in her lioo. Her operating
room is overything that could be
dosirod, and besidos an ice plant
and a p'aut for making vichv
water tho Belief hnt a steam laun
dry aboard, an X-roy machine,
and all tho latest devious tlmt go to
mako up the modern hospital.
Sinoe the Belief was purohased
by the medical department of the
U. 8. army just.a year ago noarly
HOOO patients hive bn trans
ported. Sh made oight trips be
tween the. West Indioi and the
The relief was formerly tho John
EogliB of the Maine 8. 8. Co.
Captain' Prank Harding is
mast-r of the vessel, Chns. Croa
ker first officer, Oharleton chief
engineer, and Cole first assistant
The following is a list of tho
different organizations of tho Reg
ular Army and tbo Volunteer ser
vice, represented among the sick
and woanded aboard tho Belief:
lot Dakota Volunteer Infanty,
Hospital Uorpa U. H. A., 3rd and
Cth U. 8: Artillery. 4tb Oivalrv.
3rd. 4th, 9.th, 14th. 17th, 20lh, 2 1st,
iJind ana -JiJrct U.H Infantry. Big
nal Corps D. S. Vol., Utah Vol.
Light Artilley, Wyoming Vol.
Light Artillery, California Vol.
Of tun Volunteer Infantry, the
1st California, 1st Colorado, 1st
Idaho, 5l6t Iowa, 20 Kansas, 13th
Minnesota,' 1st Montana, 1st Ne
braska, 1st N. Dakota, 2nd Ore
gon, 10th Pennsylvania, 1-t S. Da
kota, 1st Tenneasoe, 1st Wyoming
and the 1st Washington; the U.S.
Navy is represented by one, sud
there is also ono civilian among
WILL ENTERTAIN HEROES
HcCandless and Other
cans Take Action.
Wouneed and Sick Soldiers Will Be Taken
to Baseball Grounds lo Sea Great Game
Free of Charge.
ON THE MILK SUUJKOr.
Two Portugueso will bo nrrest
ed this afternoon on tbo charge of
soiling adulterated 'milk on 'the
streets of-, Hooolulo. Tho war
rants are now out.
Food Inspector Sborey reports
that ho found whilo on his rounds
a driver who had evidently kept
pace with the times. In the
wagon overhauled was a milk can
full of water. The milk in the
can s, was - pure. The question is
"What was the wa'er iu the can
for ?".- Drivers have not hpon in
the habit of carrying this around
unless mbod'witb' the milkr The
theory 'has vlojn advanced that,
when the milk is dolivored the
contents of tho water can grows
Officer Toma Ahoy waB very
badly poisoned yesterday by tho
bite of a black hairy spider which
he characterized as a tarantula.
This is very possible as several of
these poisonous ini-octs have beon
observed of late. It is thought that
tueeo must novo come into the
oonntry in recont steamers. Toma
would havo caught the snider had
ho thought of it but ho states that
be had only ono idea in mind and
that was to crush it. The band
bitten by tho spider presents a
very angry appearance todav
Toma says he was bitten whilo out
in bis yard.
Lafayette Fund Coin.
Washington, July 14. Obas. D.
Dawes, Comptroller of tbo Our
reno has resigned tho offioe of
treasurer of the Lafayetto memo
rial commission, because of his
inability, in tho pressure of oQl
ciul duties to supervise tho aale of
the 850,000 of souvenirs coins
voted by Congress in aid of the
Lafayette memorial monument
and will soon be in tho hands of
tho commission. Commissionor-
Gjneral Peak has accepted his
resignation and has appointed as
treasurer F. A. Potter, president
of the American Trust and Sav
ings Unnk of Chicago.
About Intending Paaten((fra.
Several people not quite euro
about going to tho States in
oteumers Boon to arrivo here have
boen asking questions about the
requisite ten dollar deposit on
booking. It was learned from tbo
agents this morning that, with ro
gard to people booking and fail
ing to take passage, the deposits
would bo forfeited, In no case
would tho moooy bo roturned un
less the steuraera had no accom
modations. Ituli Bailor.
anticipating mo eoaaon, Mrs,
Naptlialy, Love Building, received
by tho Australia a full stock of
ladies rough" straw nnd kindred
sailor hats. They cannot bo found
elsewhere on tho Islands. Tiy
tho other storos, and thon call at
tho right plaoe.
J. A. MoOandloss, sooing the
wounded and sick soldiors of the
Belief this morning, duoided to do
somothing for them if possible,
called on P. O. Jones and others,
got tho word to " go ahead," and
started for the commanding officer
aboard tbo snip. Unluckily most
of tbo men bad gone from the
ship. Nothing daunted, ho search
ed th6 city ovor, and got quite a
number of the horoes from Manila.
Theso men will be taken to the
baseball game in etroet crs .this
Mr. MoOandless will go further.
He will got out dodgers all over
the city, stating that Amerioans of
the oity will arrange for their
transportation to the baseball
game, and admission to the
grounds will bo paid for.
Many Americans suggoBtod their
williogness this morning to holp
pay for the ontortainmnnt of the
wounded nnd sick soldier boys
whilo in the city. While on. their
way to Manila they were feted and
otherwise entertained by the peo
ple of Honolulu. Now that they
have returned from the "Philip
pines with bullet wounds .asd
vestiges of the dread fevers 'and
otber diBoases, they should be
shown more attention than at
that timo. J?
To those of the soldiers who
havo not beard of tbo move ou the
ptrt'of Mr. McCandless and others
ii may ue saia inai anyone wear
ing the uniform need only
go to toe gate of tue- baseball
grounds to assuro their admission,
free ot charge.
ONE OF THE BOER FAKES
"You eponk about branches.
Well, I will simply mention a
squid nnd you will bnvo some
idea of the branches. However,
those fl iw along and din nut in m
short time. Theso travel at the
rato of about threo feet un hour.
"Activity is abating but tho
scone at night time is still very
grand. The fountait.8 from the
most activo cone were playing
from f100 to 200 feot in the air
w.hentl was up last Mondny.
''Thottlbw toward Kataieha is
tho only ono. All others hvd
proven "Takes' or havo died out."
wiru NAVAI. IIONOIIS.
Loudon, July 14. Tho Digger
News, tho Boor Organ in London,
has received the following dis
patch from Johannesburg, dated
" A cablo dispatch from the Bri
tish Government has boen received
by the Transvaal Government con
veying n cordial messagn of warm
approval of tbo Volksraad's fran
"Ti e message also suggests mi
nor alterations and tenders-friendly
" lhe Transvaal, in replying,
gratefully accepts tbo soggebtionH,
and consideration of the reform
bill, now before tho Baad, has
boen deferred in accordacco with
the British Cabinet's advice,
" As a result of this develop
ment tho poaco party has onmo out
triumphant and Lord Salisbury is
acclaimed as the vindicator of the
The Secretary of Stato for tho
Colonies, Mr. Joieph Chamber
lain, e aid there was not a word of
truth in tho dirfatoh"from begin
ning lo end.
SAYS ACTIVITY IS ABATING
Tho funeral of tho Japanese
nurse who died on aboard the
Hiyei yosterday, took placo this
morning, the procession (darting
from the boat landing. A sound
of bluejackets headed tho proces
sion. JNext came the carriage
with a priost and back of this tbo
oasket, borne on the carriage of tv
small piece and drawn by a de
tachment of bluejackets under
arms. Following wore marines
and petty offioers. The rear was
brought up by tbo captain and
officers of tbo Uiyoi as well as the
Japanese Consul. Interment took
placo in the Makiki omdory.
Camera Pleads re. Co'or.terffeaat.
Tbo color-sergeant nf th 21th
Begimont is boinc kept busy by
camera fiends to lay. Ho is being
hit from all directions by euent
mixsiles, nnd finds that San Juan
hill was nothing to Honolulu's
corps of snap shot people. If bo
is bothered ranch more ho will
wrap himself in the flag, and bid
defianco to his tormontors.
KallhJwaeaa Catholic Church.
Tho Iter. Father Clement of the
Catholic mission calls all the
Gatholio ladies and gen'lomen ot
the congregation of Kalihiwaena
fpr a meeting to bo held on the
church premises tomorrow, Suoday '
July 23d, at 3 p. m. in 'older to
arrange all matters concerning
the oburcb. All nro expected to
.lack Wrallirrber llore.
Jack Woatherboo the former
National Guard who wna reported
killed iu Manila arrived this
morning in the Rolief. Jack was
bit and hit hard, but is still on
deck. The bullet entered his loft
sido nnd lodged near the spine. His
injury is n serions ono nnd ho is
not yet able to walk.
F. J. Cross, the electrician is
going to give an exhibition of va
rious experiments in wirelo'B tele
graphy this evening at the resi
dence of Lawyer Ballon, before a
party of those interested in the de
velopment of this branch of elec
A civilian who donned a sol-
dior'a clothes, and tried to get
aboird tho City of Para, foil from
that ship in some mysterious
manner last night, and now lio at
tho house of a native with two
Eben Low who enmo from the.
Voloann today made many speci
mens with coins dining bis a'ay
at tho sido of tho flow.
Eben Low, who camo from Ha
waii iu the Holouo todav tells tho
following latest story of tho Vol
" I havo boen right to tho flow.
Oa Sunday night lant thoro was a
flow making direct for Hilo but on
Mondny thic had oeasod. Another
flow I foand bad gone to within
four miles of Kalaioba houBO nnd
thon died out. Thovory latest flow
is traveling at a rato of abont
twenty five feot in threo hours and
wns ou Monday last about eloven
miles from Kalnieba house
and flowing directly over tho one
four miles from tho placo mon-
tionod. Xliero is absolutely no
danger to Hilo. If tho flow does
ever go that way it will take a
yoar to reach tho Rainy Oity.
On To Manila gives a splendid
photograph of the flag and calabash
prcs-nted to the' Charleston by the
late Queen Dowager.
a PUR! ORPI CREAM Or Ti(IT rOWOll
Highest Honors, World's Fall
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fall
Avoid lulling Powder' contaljlnf
alum. They are Injurloui to health
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