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Vol. VII. No. 1283.
HONOLULU, H. I., EHIDAY, JULY 28, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Cents.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
BLOCK OF OAHU SOLD
BOILER MAKER GRIEVANCES
CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES NOW
THE DAILY COURT GRIND
PELE'S ACTIVITY IS PAU-
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NAME OP STOCK.
C. BreerStCompny. .
American SuarCo.,ai 1
Americans Co.. Wkip J
Ewa Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian um km .o,
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
Honomu Sugar Co ....
Honokaa Sugar Co ....
Haiku SnoMf Co
Kahuku Plantation Co.
Kamalo sujrar 1.0, ai
If lhal lM.nl C.n AAA. At
Kl.amiiu sugar 1.0 .
Koloa Sugar Co
Knna Sugar Co., as. .
Kona Sugar Co ,rJ up
Maunatei Sugar Co.a
Maunalel Su Co pi up
' " ' paid
Nalilku Sugar Co., as
Nahlku Su Co,, pd up
Oahu Sugar Co., as
Oahu Sugar Co., pd.
OokaU Sugar Plan Co,
OlaaSu. Co.. Ltd., as)
Paauhau Su. i'lan. Co..
Pacific Sugar Milt
Pala Plantation Co....
Ppeek(0 Sugar Co ...
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agr. Co., asl
Walalua Agr.Co, pd up J
Walanae Company . .
Walluku Sugar Co ... .
Walmanato Suear Co
Walmea Mill Co .
Hawaiian hlectrlc Co
Kona-K iu T. & T.Co.Ltd
Mutual Telephone Co
Makaha " Ld.pd upj
Ha tfcCn.. Ltd
Hon lite .t Milt Co.. .1
IliwallanCiov 6rerctnt loajj
Hawaiian Gov. 5 per cent1 lot
Oahu Ry & I and Co . .jl lcA4
Note figures of A. M. session Honolulu Exchange
between nnarjs joo Oaha i8Si, 5 McDrde
jjl, loOihu as no.
To-day's Session jo McDryde paid 19, loWalalua
Next year's sugar crop of tho
Oabu plant-itiou is alrondy uolioo
abld From tho waterfront; tlit
coming yield is estimated at 25
BETHEL : STREET,
Broker Raos, who purohased the
block of 300 shares of Oahu stock
this morning from O. J. Falk,
stated thnt it had beon bought for
a San Franoiaoo bnsioess man as
an invostmoot. It is not to bo
ont up or need as a speculation.
The prioo paid vrns $183 p'fir
share, or. 855,000 for tho block.
This is tho largest transaction for
a long time. It shows that tho
local securities aro still sought
after, and no doubt iu a pliort
time tho opportunities offoring at
the present rates will bo taken ad
vantage of by outsiders who know
a good thing when they hear of it.
ABOUT nEFoun SCHOOL.
Minister Mott-Smith was seen
this forenoon in regard to tho pro
posed change in location of the
Reform School. His statoment iu
brief waB as follows: "My instruc
tions to the commitloo appointed
to look up a snitablo Bite on tho
Island of Oahu woro that they
should first seek out about twenty
ncros of arablo land, tho prefer
once bnin? that part of this
should bo wot land, and that the
situation should bo along tho lino
of the railroad or a carrmge road.
A stto in Halawa was picked out,
but tho Government saw fit to hirn
this placo over to the plantation
nnw situttori there, so that schomo
Ml through. Of course you know
tint the Kauai sohome cannot bo
considered any longer."
Attention Footluall Men.
J. Q. Wood auuouuoos that
thoro will bo a mooting of tho
football mon in the room to tho
roar of tho Hawaiian .Investment
Co. at 12:80 p. m. tomorrow for
tho purposo of hearing tho report
of tho manager and electing a
nnw manager as well as a captain
for tho Town football toam. Every
'"tliiill mnn la nrnuprnrl in lin
Their Complaiat Stated by Member of
Have Onjaolrjed and Act as a Body Their
Only Otlectlon U to the Manager of
"'Jtalr Department. ,
At about 5 o'clock yesterday
aftornoon thirty men, the ontirc
number of white men in the
boiler department of tho Honolulu
Iron Works went out on a strike
claiming injusticoon the partof tho
foreman, Joe McCoy, as tho rea
son for the action takon. Tho
following communication ex
plaining the attitude of tho men
was recoivoJ by tho Bulletin to
day: "Joe McCarthy, the foreman of
the boilor department, evidently
wishing to show tho management
ho could turn out moro work
than any man previously in the
department, rosortcd recontly to
rushing and abusing tho mon un
til they could stand this kind of
. thing no longer. For tho past
three mouths or more tho mon
I havo been quitting oue by one
with tho intention of going back
to tho Coast, Some havo gouo
aud others have remained. They
would havo liked to slay and es
tablish a homo but could eoo no
assurnnco of employment under
his chargo aB he began to boast of
who ho would 'run out next.
"Wo men took it into our hoadB
to do something. Wo huyo re
spected Mr. MoOoy-as our foro--
man and have always done tho
right thing by him. Is it nston
ishing that we should dosiro tbo
samo treatment at his hands?
-wo Decamo ureu of. seeing
our follow-workmon leaving one
by one so wo organized into a
local lodge of the BrothorhooJ
of Iioilor Makers and Iron Ship
jjuuuers or. America and appoint
cd a committeo consisting of
MosBrs. Siddler, Buckloy aud
Lano to wait on tho management
"Tho committee mot tho man
ager at a littlo after 5 o'clock yes
terday aftornoon aud stated the
grievances of the men. Eo asked
mo men wuy luey did not come
sooner and havo matters adjusted
auu iuo cuairman or. tuo com
mitteo answered that if complaints
uau ueen mado by individuals
these mon would havo been 'fired,
Organization had just been por-
lociea and tuo men woro not
afraid to talk as a body.
"Tho committed stated that thov
had como to arrango some way of
wurtuug in poaoe. Tho foreman
was unworthy of handling mon,
uvmeuuu or wuicn could be pro
uucea. it lie was not removed
tuo wnite men of tbo boilor de-
partraont would go back to work
ine foroman was sent for. lie
admitted the charges brought
against him und asked for another
iriai. uo sum no was worry aud
could see tho wrong dono.
uowevoi. as vou can bpo. Mini
don't bring back tho poor men ho
"Tho mauaorouinnr nf Hm Flnnn.
lulu Iron Works has always treat
ed UB with kinrltK'HH ntwt nwnnnl
Wo thank tUem for ttiin nni! will
do our work with o will nnrl In
their interests under some othor
foreman but not under tho prosent
"Thanking you for your kind-
uess, l am,
"Very truly yours,
"Ooo of tho lioiler Makers.
"Houolulu, H.I., July 28, 1899."
Iho monogemout has asked for
time to consider tho petition of
ho mon. In tho meantime tho
lattor aro out on n strike. There
are now only forty nntivo ro
muuing in tho boiler department.
"And what a wealth of enjoy-
ment aui the tirst detachment of
America's army of invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
On To Manila.
Stars and Kams Will Fight
ChajDttoMusl Win Three Out ol Fire Games
Firel of New Schedule Tomorrow
Thoro has bjon a groat deal
of misunderstanding in the matter
of the game botweeu tho Stars and
Kams tomorrow afternoon. Fol
lowing tho regular scLodalo it
should bo five weeks before the
two teams moet ugain on tho dia
mond. Thoy oach have two games
apieco yot to ploy with thcArtillnry
toam. The latter toam it has beon
reported has dropped from tho
league This is denied by tho
managor of tho soldiers.
J. H. Wise manager of the Ka
mehamoha nine was seou this
morning and mado the following
"Wo aro not in a position to
play tho deciding gamo with the
stars tomorrow afternoon as we
nave uau no uotiticatiun mat we
woro expected to play excopt what
wo uavo seen in tho papors,
"Tho Artillery team, as far as
I can find out, havo not with
drawn and it should bo five
weeks beforo the Kama and Stars
play a deciding gamo. Wo havo
had no practise for a week and do
not consider it fair to ourselves
to play a docidini; game and take
chances on the ponnaot tomorrow.
This week wo have not practised
"As tho gauns stand now it is C
tio botwoon the Stars oDd our
team. If tho Stars aro willing to
play a gamo tomorrow with ub,
this to bo tho first of a uorios best
tbreo out of fiyq Ramos, wo will
play thorn if notico ia given, ub by
12 o'olock. Othorwiso, undor ii9
consideration will we plav them
tomorrow for tho trophy."
Peoplo interested in tho gamo
say the proposition of a now series
of games is a good one. It will
assuro good ball and mako tho in
terest in tho garao'kooner. What
tho outeorao of the situation will
be remains to be soon.
It was deoidod this afternoon
that tho proposition mado by tho
raauager of the Kama bo accepted
by tho Stars, ond so evorything is
lovely, and tho first of tho new
sories will be played tomorrow.
No Doubt About Hollilnjr.
The morning papor states thnt
thoro is doubt ou the pirt of the
2Jcutivo iu tho matter of tho
12lh of Anflusi e?Mfti9n.i .Min
ister Mott-Swith ha blatud cloar-
Iy through tlitf columns of tho
BUM.UTIN that, tlu'ro being no
itatntory provision recardinc
August 12, the eamo could of
oourso not be dpolarod u ntiblio
uoiioay. iNo ordor wi nn nr i
ordering any government otlicos
to close as thoro is no authority
for such action. However, simli
Government oflices as should de.
sire to closo could do so, Thoro
would bo absolutely no compul
sion. 1'robably all tho ollioeB in
tho Exr-cutivo buildincr will lm
closed as this will bo necessary to
mako arrangements for the ball
and reception iu tho evening.
C,nn Cainpbotl lllKnc,i.
Owing to ill health Cantain
Campboll of tho Intor lalond
Steam Navigation Co. has leoign
ed his position as superintendent
of wharves. On Tuesday noxt ho
oxpecta to visit MaunaLoa on Ha
wail for a week or two after which
it is probablo that ho will go to
tho coast for a time. Tho company
has assured CoptainOarapboll that
his formor position is opon to him
whenovor ho desires to rponmn ,.,
uuuos connected tliorowith. In the
moantjmo Captain Hagluud takes
Captain Campbell's placo on tho
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Gay Estate Trustees Petition for Writ
Mendona Trespass Case Value ol Ro'xit
Grle?a Estate Accoumts In Dowsce'.h
Cecil Brown and H. Ifooke,
trustees of tbo estato of James
Gay, decoasod, have onterod a pe
tition for writ of error and as
signment of orrors, in thcSupreme
Court of Iho Hawaiian Islands in
the caso that theso plaintiffs bnd
against J. P. Mnndonc for tres
pass beforo Judgo Stanley in tho
Circuit Court in January: Mon
dnnca was found not guilty, of
having committod trespass aud tho
plaintiffs wore awarded $10. There
was no jury in tho caso. Plain
tiffs allege that:
Tho orror was committed by the
Circuit Court in that the Court,
against tho objection of tho plain
tiffs, permitted to be introduced
in evidenco a cortain instrument
dated Decomber 31, 1893, signed
by C. Bollo as attorney-in-fact for
J. P. Mendonoa and by Wm. H.
Rowell sb attornoy-in-fact for
James Gay, tho ruling upon
plaintiff objection to tho instru
ment moutioucd being reserved
by tho Court.
That no powors of attorney or
other'papors showing tho author
ity of the Batd liolto respectively
woro prouuecu or ouerou iu ovi
oonco, nor any testimony given
showing that suoh authority or
power had ovor beon given or
granted io said Itowoll.
That the tostimony in tho caif
was closed aud judgement entered.
That tbo Court orrcd,
1. In failing to mako its ruling
na to tho a'dmissability of tho iu
atrumont aforesaid before tint
closo of tho trial, and theroby ilc
priving plaintiffs of the benefit of
nn exception if said iustrumout
was admittod by tho Court in evi
'. In considering said iustru
mont as ovidonce, thoro having
beon no testimony given that it
was duly exocutod, or executed at
all, or if eo executed that it was iu
forco and of validity at the time
whon said instruraont was signed.
3. In admitting the nuirt in
strument iu ovidonoo without iU
being proved by tho introduction
in ovidonce of a power of attorney
in writing from Jamos Gay to W.
1. In odmittiog in evidence
and considering tho said instru
ment in nbsonco of any prbot that
at tuo tirao it was exeonted by
3r.id JRowoll no ntloruey for Jauie-j
Oay ho, the !'! L'.rjwGli, Vas,
oitbor in writing, undor Beal or
othonvise, om powered or author
izeu to enter into nny agreement
for said Jaraoa Gny-
J. M. Dowsolf, elfO'dor of Iho
eslilto of J. I. TWiMrtir .': ") fi'cd
hia first annual account. IT. h
charged himpoir with the sum of
.Ml5,MG.01 and asks to bo allowed
tho sum of 8113,129.42.
Henry Smith, master, Iihb ap
roved tho roport of Jonathan
Shaw as guardian of Evolyn Bod
well Niohols a minor.
Tho petition of Jonnio Grieve,
widow of tho lato Hobt. Gri vp,
suijwh uiai me esmte is valued at
S-ll,'lC2.30coneiBting of reol "Btnto,
etook, porsonal proporty, printing
office nnd cash. Tho court is ask
ed to appoint Jas. L. MoL au
administrator of said eafato. Th
hoirs aro Jonnio Grinro, W. L
Grinvo and Jonnie R, McLain.
J. F. Haokfeld. Imporial .Gor
man Consul, has petitioned tho
court that ho be appointed admin
istrator of tho ostato of Frol
ICeisor deceased, lately of Wai
luea. Tho eetato is valued nl,
SI400. The only hoir is a widow,
at present in Bromen Gormnny. j
Judgo Stauloy has appointed 1
J. Wilholm administrator of tho!
estato of his decoaBed wifo. Th !
estate is vuluod at SI 1,000. t
News Brought In ths MauLoa from-,
People of ELg Island t!o Not Trialr. Cessation in
Permanent Earthquake la Hilo
and the Other Dl&icts.
The lava flow io- pan and: the
peoplo of Hilo arc-breathing a, lit
tlo moro freely and raising tbn
pricos of their laud. Thin news,
came by tho Manna Loa that ar
rived from Koea and Kim. nt 10:13
o'clock this forenoou. W. It. Cas
tlo, who hns beon on Hawaii lot
tho past fortnight, 7ery kindly
furnished tho following report to
a Bulletin roportoi:
" After a celebialion of three
woek'i' vacation, Madamo Pelo
bauked hor firoe as suddonly at
she Boot forth her stroains of mol
ten lava on tho Fourth of July.
Lho tlow h pan. Whotuor tuis is
permanent or not caunot bo told'
but the peoplH of Hawaii are of
tho opinion that Pelo is taking n
rest and that aft r a fow day, sua
will again resume her chasn after
Kamapuna, who, according to
thoBO of Waiaken superstiliously
inclined, made his appearance at.
that place but a short time njo. .
" It was while th peoplo of tho
Island of Hawaii wore slumbering"
peacefully MonJny nioriiins, July
21, that tho lava ilow and all act.-'
vity in tho crater of Mokuawen,wea
ceased. Wheu tuey awnk Jn thy
morniog they saw Allium iVja Too
from nil. flro & standing out
jgainel tho sky without ft single.
ign of activity.
"In tho nfteruonn the earth
quakes bofifu; anil Hilo was kept
in a continual quaver.- Ju '"eti tho
wholo island of Unwaii experienc
ed these quaking of tho earth,
From this time uutil wo left tho
island for good, earthquakes had
beon felt every dny. This is what
makes people boliove thero will bo
anothor outbr ak If this docs
happen thore is uo doubt that tho
display will bo oven grcator.
" Tho flow making in tho direc
tion of tho Hilo district went as
far as flat country near Kalaieha,
turned directly in the direction of
Hilo, wont a nhort distauco and
then ceased altogether.
" Kilauea, contrary to expecta
tions, shown no sius of activity
whatsoever. This is anothor foot
that seems to lend color to tbo
theory that thero will bo another
eruption in tho near future"
Poll in Court N'lff,
In tho police court thin forenoon
I Uie following caHfl wore dioposod
jof: Yo Lum. opium iu posses
'on. SG'I nnd costs; Kekauli lar
ceny iu the second degroe, six
months' imprisonment at hard
labor. IOknulii it tho native who
attempted to i mpty the till of a
Ohiuoao reatnurant keeper on
Mautmkea street teiterrlnv.
Ninu of the Uiusian war p'.ayeia
eMigni.: 'nte,,,lv;- Jnpn '., tuo
Pacific Mu'il wharf juyterday w.-re
fined S'2 and I'-'Hls, f')iiiVio h.ivl
Bnnteni'o ftiiMj)ondY,di'r& nif-iiths,
onti wai diBchargod and hroo
ciiBos wcro nolle prosa'd.
rum onapt crcam or tartar powpci
Hlghjst Honors, World's Fnli
Oold Akdal, MldvlnterTFali
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