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ARRIVAL OF THE HIYEI
r.iHT oi' oi'fickim mn nrscnii1
TIOM OF VtNMI'I..
Toiik l'rt in Ihn Mnvnl llntllf of Hip
VhIii ltlrr-rnrrlo Lnrifi-
The Jnpaneso training ship Hi
yoi arrived in port this mornina
22 days from San Francisco, hav
ing come down under easy sail.
Sho has been expected for sevoral
days past.. Hor general appear
nnco would indicate that she is a
sister ship of the Kongo, well
known in this port.
Big and ungainly looking, with
rigging unusually heavy, with a
siuglo smokestack lowly set a little
forward of midships, and with a
crew of smaller stature to that of
the jolly Jack tor, tho Hoyci pro-
souts an appearance at onco odd
and attractive. She is a full
rigged composito cruiser of 2284
tons, 2535 h.p., with spend of 12
of keel, 230 feet; beam, 40 feet;
mid diaught, 17.0 feet. Iiei arun
amont consists of 16 guns, includ
ing two 17-contimeters, si12-cen-timeters,
four of small calibre, and
four 1-inch Nordonfelt. Sho has
a complement of 325 men, includ
ing 24 oflicers uud 42 warrant and
petty officers. Tho principal of
these are as follows: Captain
Wyemura Nogoyoiki; commander,
Ota Morizanu; chief navigator,
lusuchi Eintaro; gunnery lieu
tenant, Nishiyama Yasukichi; tor
pedo lieutenant, Fukushima Ha
ruungii; first lieutenant, Tannka
Moiibide; second lieutenant, Oka
da Koisuke; third lieutenant, Oku
bo Tomoyo; chief engineer, Ron
do Hiy'tkichirnhief surgeon, Maki
Kobun; chief paymaster, Koaski
Yoichiro; assistant engineers,
Onuma Rintaro and Okazaki Tei
go; assistant surgeon, Wada Ya
cbiho; assistant paymaster, Naka
ta Toyokichi. All these offioers
speak some English as some of
their number proudly boast, but
nono are very fluent talkers of the
Inuguago. They are capital onter-
tuiners, and visitors to the ship
can rest assured that they will be
woll looked after.
Tho Hiyei is one of the Japan
ese fleet that took part in tho war
between Japan and China and she
did more than her shore in the
conflict that won tho Mikado a
decisive victory on the Yalu
River. She is now on her way home
from a trip which has included
visits to Esquimalt, Victoria, Seat
tle and San Francisco, and which
haB been undertaken for the en
lightenment of eighteen naval
students aboard, the training of
whom is now the regular duty of
the ship. These are all young
men, ranging from 18 to 20 yenrs
of age, whose first term of tuition
is a three years' schooling. Tben
tbey are sent to sea for a year, and
after that are promoted to the
rank of midshipman. In this
capacity they eorve for one year
and a half, when tbey are appoint
ed to sub-lieutenancies, their
rank thus advancing as experi
ence is acquired.
The Hiyei will probably remain
in port several weeks.
hiilinbitry Giijr' Arbltrntlou.
London, July 8. In tho House
of Lords today tho Marquis of
Salisbury, replying to a question
by the Earl of Mayo, agreed that
the delay in tho Dolagoa bay
award was most extraordinary,
adding that ho was afraid that tho
arbitration will be an emulation
of tho delays of tho Court of
Ho said he must leave tho Earl
of Mayo such consolation as was
afforded by the reflection that tho
matter bod been left to the sacred
principle of arbitration .
Mechanics' Home, oorner Hotel
and Nuunnu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. TorniB: 2C
and 50 cent, per night. $1, and
$1.25 por week.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUHSDAY, JULY 29, 1897.
LOOKING TO ANNEXATION
oitniioat nn.-viMjrov rnmxu to
MJKVhl PKAKI. IIARIIOK.
rim I'lillnctrtplilit In Nlnjr nt Honolulu
Tln Orriruii A,nll Order nt
Now York, July 21. A special
to the Sun from Waebiugton says:
Orders were issued this afternoon
for tho gunboat Bennington to
proceed to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii,
with equipments for making tho
survey authorized by Congress, to
obtain all the necessary informa
tion for establishing a naval coal
ing station there. Congress appro
priated $10,000 for tho purposo aud
the money becamo ovailablo July 1.
, The necessity for putting tho
islands iu condition for the fre
quent visits of the American naval
vessels, in view of coming annex
ation, hastened action. The
810,000 appropriated will bo ex
pended in making an examination
to determine what will bo neces
sary to put the harbor in condi
tion for receiving tho largest ves
sels, also to learn how much laud
will bo npeded and the cost of car
rying out tho intention of Con
gress to make Pearl harbor a first
class rendezvous for United States
That the navy Department has
no intention of causing tho re
turn of tho Philadelphia at an
early dote even when the force of
United States vessols in Hawai
ian waters is strengthened by the
arrival of the battle-ship Oregon
is shown by orders that have been
issued to Captain Dyer, who will
go to Honolulu in the steamer
leaving San Francisco August 24
The Oregon is coaling at Sau
Francisco. No orders hiiye yet
been issued for ber departure for
Honolulu, but tbey may bo expect
ed any day.
London, July 21. The Paris
correspondent of the Daily Mail
says: Tho Japanese Minister
here thinku tho relations between
Japan and tho United States are
strained and says: "We wish
especially to avoid war with the
United States. If we bad wanted
war we would have resisted Rub
sia when sho interfered after our
war with China, but wo decided
that it was best to strengthen our
army and navy and develop our
Washington, July 22. Roar
Admiral J. N. Miller was formal
ly ordered today to assume com
mand of the Pacific squadron by
the steamer leaving San Francisco
on August, 5: Ho also received
direct from .President McKinley
positive instructions to maintain
the status quo in Hawaii; foreign
aggression is to be resisted and
iutornal trouble is to he ttupprcsu
ed. Should emergenoy demand it
he is authorized to carry out tho
instructions given to Rear-Admiral
L. A. Beardslee, now in
oommand of the Pacific squadron,
directing that official in event of
trouble to laud bluejackots and
marines to hoist thu American
The written instructions given
to Admiral Miller are of the usual
character. They direct him to
tako proper measures for protec
tion of American interests should
they become endangered. Other
wiso ho has not a line upon which
to proceed, and must depoud upon
his memory to carry out the Pres
Admiral Miller will bo accom
panied by Lieutenant Philip An
draws as his flag secretary and
Lieutenant T 8 Rogors as his flag
lieutenant. Ho went to Wash
ington Navy Yard today, where,
with Reur-Admirals Montgomery,
Sicard and E. O. Matthews, he
formed a board and euwined
Commodore 0. S. Norton for pro
motion. When tho examination
hod ooDoluded he called at the
White House, where Secretary
Long presented him to the Presi
dent. It is expected tlia battleship
Oregon will bo ready for sea with
in thn next few days, and will
tben receivo her final orders to
proceed to Honolulu, With tho
ImttloHliip Oregon, the cruiser
Philadelphia and tho gunboat
Bouuingt6n in Hawaiian waters,
all under the command of a flag
ouicer wuo is thoroughly inform
ed as to tbo wishes of tho Admin- '
istration, the authorities soy thoio
is no danger of Jspau stealing a
march which would block the
movo miido by the executive
branch of this Government.
Washington, July 11. Tho
Senato ConUniHoo cm Forrigu Lie
latioiiH has taken tho second step
looking' to'the annexation of Ha
waii to the United States by re
porting a resolution favoring tho
adoption of the treaty as sent
from tho Whito House, without
Senator Davis, Chairmau of tho
committee, after the committoe
mooting reported tho action of tho
committee to the tenate.
There was no reference to tho
report beyond on inquiry by
White as to whether thorn would
be an effort to take up tho trooty
at the present session.
To this Mr. Davis replied that
ho was not now prepared to say.
President MoKinley, iu con
vocation with a St'iiutor today,
said he would hove to cancel his
engagement to go to Chicago to
attend tho Logan monument dedi
cation. This is takon to moan
that tho Presideut looks for im
mediate action by Congross on the
annexation of Hawaii.
RUT I. Kit HAMiEl).
lie Breaks IKmn anil Makra it Full
Sydney (N. S. W.). July 15.
John Newman, alius Fiank But
ler, convicted of tho murder of
Cantuiu Leo Wellor in the BIuo
Miiuntitin mining district iu Nov
oinber, 18, was bunged hero to
div - Ho broko down t luHt, the
reiimrkabln filoioHni whioh he hud
exhibited since his arrest in San
Francisco last Februnry giving
wuy, aud bo confessed his guilt of
this as well ts other shooking
crimes. Ho admitted that bin right
name was John NotMniu, a d
that ho was brn of good family
iu Staffordshire, England, in 1858.
tlo professed tho pinfoundest
nenitonce for his misdeeds uud at
tho lust moments willingly re
ceived tho religious consolation
usually ofletcd tho enndemnod.
Tho execution wm effeclod with
out iuoidotit. Few spectators
were permitted, those present
being principally officers of
the court and attendants directly
concerned in carrying out the
law's deoree. The cabo is one that
has excited intense iutereat
throughout tho Colonies,and great
satisfaction is expressed iu the
thorough work performed by-the
detectives in securing evidence
leading not only to the capture of
Newman, but to his epoedy con
viction and oxeoution.
Paaaea a Renolnllon Practically Uu
anltuoua for Amioxnllou.
By a voto of 800 for and one
against, tho TrausmissisHipni
Congress pussod tho following
"Resolved: Thut tho Trans
mississippi Congross favors the
prompt annexation of Hawaiian
republic to tho United States on
tho grounds of national polioy,
prontigo and commercial necessi
ty, thuroby removing the possi
bility of this great stronghold
in inid-Paoifio boing oontrolledby
any foreign powor us u constant
menuco to onr country."
If you are in need of a vehicle
of any description, inspect tho
stock of G. 8c hum an at tho Club
Stublos. Ho koops on hand a full
lino of phaetons, surreys, buggies,
road wagons, and Frazier road
A wild gold fovor provails ou
tho Pacific Coast, tho Yukon
rivor boing tho Eldorado.
POWERS GOEROE TURKEY
TAIIII'H HIM. HKIMJ PtlSlllll TO
v rroin Hit North 1'nlo Ttororro
llumlilril ly Uiillril HUIu
Tlio coal btrlku 1b lnuriJUHlu-.
" Th&Prosidnnt nominates Cap
tain Norman H. Farquliar to bo a
A cloudburst yesterday did
great damago at Youugstown,
Ohio. The loss of life is not yet
determined. Nino families wero
taken out of second story windows
within a half hour.
Scorelary Shorman publicly de
nies he signed the letter of in
structions to Embassador Hay in
London, regarding the sealing
question, against his inclination
and under strong pressure.
Tho insult offered to the Por
tuguese flag at Monterey, Col., is
not expected to lead to complica
tions. Minister Viscount do Sau-to-Thryso
at Washington is
pleased with tho tone of the Ame
rican press regarding the incident.
Tho President nominates as the
Nicaragua Canal Commission
Roar-Admiral John G. Walker,
United States Navy .Captain Ober
lin M. Carter, corps ol engineers,
United States Army, and Louis
M. Hauset of Pennsylvania, an
engineer from oivil life.
Senator Jones has reported
from tbo committee on Tillman's
resolution to investigate charges
that Senators speculated in sugar
stocks. The report is strongly
against an investigation. It
characterizes tho charge against
senator Hmith as a newspapor re
port. Washington, July 22. Shortly
before tho Senate adjonrned today
Senator Allison, in charge of the
Tariff bill, made n strong effort to
havo a time fixed for the final
voto on the tariff conference re
port. Failing in this Allison gavo
notice that tho session tomorrow
would be protraoted with a view
to secure the vote. It was tho first
defiuito movement made thus far
toward bringing tho debate to a
Tho Sultan bus issued an irade
sanctioning the settlement of the
frontier question in aoaordanco
with tbo wishes of the powers.
Emperor William has invited
Turkish oflicers to witness Ger
many's military maneuvers.
The Duchess of Hamilton has
married a Mr. Foster, who is
Thero is intense ill feeling in
Loudon over Germany's sending
2000 carrier pigeons to Dover to
teat their capabilities.
The war iu Uruguay is end ed,
the rebels on top.
Rebellious tribes in India are
preparing to fight British troops.
Colombia has paid up 9)50,000
damages for injuries to an Italiau
The demonstration modo by the
U. S. ships San Francisco
uud Raolgh quickly brought
tho authorities of Morocco their
beariugs. A visit wus paid
to Admiral Selfridgo by the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, an
unprecedented condescension to a
Reported that a carrier pigeon
has droppod in Denmark with the
meshiigo, -'North Pole, 142 W.,
47:ti2." A dispatch received in
Sweden from Dr. Nauson says ho
thinks Herr Andreo's undertaking
to reach tho North Polo by balloon
is practicable Word from Androe
io oxpectod in London within a
day or two. The latest is that an
other carrior pigoon has been
picked up, with the message,
"North Polo passed 15th." It is
doubted iu London whether either
bird camu from tho oxploror. At
Stockholm it is said tho birds are
not marked us agreod on.
PRIOI I C-NTS,
ANOTHER OPIUM SEIZURE
'. CIIILI.I.-VIISUnltTII .Will IIKKRY
VIDA IJIT HOKE MI.OIIY.
Nnrnlj.ruo llu- ol IiIiiiii I'.uiml
In llin I nuliii- Itoiiui (
Ilnl kli'lil' Mrou.
Charles CliillinmWntli of-the
deputy-marshal's office and Henry
Vidn, a now employe of the police
department, made an important
capture of opium at 7 o'clock this
morning in the ougiue-room of
H. Huckfeld &. Co.'s steam scow.
They evidently wero given tho
struight tip by someone, for thoy
went to the Pacific Mail wharf
last evening uud all night long
kept up their watch. Tho signal
was evidently given theiu a little
beforo 7, for at that time thoy
made a sudden break for the bcow,
which was lying nt tho wharf.
Chillingsworth searched the bow
of tho scow while Yidu made for
tho engine room.
"Whero'B that opium?" said
Yidu to the Chineso engineer,
as bo went down the steps.
"I no nabe opiuiu,"he Bnswored.
"What's in thoso baskets?"
shouted Vidn, as his eyes lighted
on two Chinese baskets which
stood at the foot of tho steps, one
boing on top of the other.
"1 no Babe," auswered the Chi
naman. Vida quickly throw thocovoroff
tho top one but what he was look
ing for was not thero. In the
basket underneath, however, wore
72 tins of Chinese opium. He
ran to tho laddor and shouted up
tho steps, "Charley, I've got it.
As he did so tbo Chiuamau dis
appeared through tho opening
and wuh over tho side and ou be
fore tho boys could get near him.
The two policemen look tboir
capture to the police station and
started out to hunt for their man,
who was found shortly afterwards
hiding about a coal pile on the
waterfront. He was locked up for
opium in possession and gavo his
name as Ah Lum.
Ah Lum has been in the employ
of H. Huckfeld & Co. only a few
weoks and came to them woll
recommended. He was ono of tho
best engineers they have had on
the scow, polite and uttentivo to
his duties and keeping the eugiue
room in splendid ordor. Ho de
nies all knowledge of tbo opium
being there, says he doesn't know
opium when he sees it, never uaed
it in his life, aud was not the
owner of the 72 tius found.
Lord Mayor Foudel-Phillips of
London broke down while intro-j
ducing Embassador Bayard at a
meeting recently, owing to tho
weight of his official robes. He
sat down suddenly, took the robes
off in the prcseuce of the audience,
aud was brought to with Mrs. Bay
ard's smelling bottle.
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