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Vol. V. No. 100G.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1898.
Piuou 5 Oknts.
STEAMERS FROM SEATTLE
G BREWER &C0, NOT TO MOVE
OTHER COMMISSION WORK
NATURE SAVES MILLIONS
WHOSE PROPERTY IS IT ?
NOTABLE ENGLISH VISITOR
City of Columbia on the Way acd
Bank of Hawaii Will Occupy Part of the
Representatives of Britain and United
The American Commissioners Are En'
Why Hew Yorkers Don't Move to
Brother of Sir Lionel SackvlIIa West
thralled With Pearl Harbor.
on Yislt to Honolulu.
Hew Company Organized -Steamers Centen
nial and Ellhu Thompson Contemplated
ThoSiattle Daily Times of the
24th lm a big yiist of nows re
garding lirw steamem to ply b
tweou Sotttle and Honolulu. I'
A deal was nntprpd into today
bptvrpeu C.ilogrove ifc'Jucobsnn anil
Captain, Ghilcoot of Baruodou &
Chileoot liy which diptniu Cbil
coot takps tbp management of tin
now Settle Honolulu Hteamsbi.
line. A company will bo organ
ized as eoon H8 tin Oityof Ouluni
bin cleura traorrow aud incorpor
ated under iho taws "f tbe ptate
with e, capital of $1011,000. Cap
taiii Ouileoot will become maua
The precont prospoata of th
company aru oxo-odmgly bright.
Everv d-dtar 'b paid tint thy owi
and thn first liner clears tomorrow
-u itli passeugt ra aud a go i oii
of freight. l'aHtipiiger have beou
Ivtoked from :bia city, Tacoiua
Sp knno aud oIsewherrtMnd alaue
amount of froigbt aeeured here
aud ills) at Tncoma
Captain Ghilcoot is our of tlio
mo'-t popular moo on tliB S uud
in ii u old timo mariuer aud a raau
of good means. His solection to
tbo mnnngeraont will bo a good
piece of in ws to tbo maritime iu
teretttd of tbis city.
Today it becamo known in ma
rine circles tbat tbo steamer Cen
tonuial was being couaiderol f ir
tlio run to Honolulu. Managei
Griffiths said tbat tbp mattar wan
uudor consideration but bad not
been fiual'y deoidpd. Do sa'd
tint it would bo taken up at tli
nexl moetiug of tbo direct irsol
the Centennial Steamship Com
pany, wbicb would be beld within
Bho ia conaidurod a Gno boat for
tbe trado wilb ouo exception, bor
endues boiug great coal coueum
era. ' Sbo would be a bigcairtat
aud lias evory passenger couvoni
onco for tbo soutbern run. Sbo
is well supplied with baths aud
vontilators, bus enormous cUck
room and would bo a valuable
ndditiou to tbo Seattle-Honolulu
Tbe steamer Elihu Thompson,
now uudergoinc extensive repair
nt Arlington Dock, is being con
aiderod as an ndditiou to the So.it
tlo- Honolulu fleet. Tho Boston
& Alaska Transportation Cora
pany desire to charter her to run
m connection with tho stuimor
Laurada and South I'm tlnud. .1
E. Grayson, who replants . lie
own-rs, Campbell & Son-, of
Btih, iVTo., has gone to San Frun
ciseo for a consultation on th
mattor. Ton aftpr ton of frpight was
lowered into tho hold of the
aleamer City of Columbia today
and all night long tbe wmk will
continue A tug with two Imrgo
of lim from Roche Harbor drew
up alongaido tbo steamer yester
day morning ntid 2000 bur ids of
tho white stuff is being loaded be
tween dock. Ileer to tbo ext nt o1
400 casos waa put into tho hold
this morning, promising main
cool and rofroibing driukn for th
Islanders. A caiload nf bonded
goods arrived from tho East aud
was loaded at once.
Capt. Milnor said this afternoon1
to a Times roporter that be wou'd
surely leavo tomorrow morning.1
the 25th about )0 o'clook. Th
departure of tn first steamer fur
our uew Eastern possesions will
bo wituoBed by a largo crowd
All day many peoplo watchod tho
loading wi b intortst. Tlioio will
be .non ly 1C0 paf-engifi on the
steamer. Giui-iderablo Honolulu
tuuil will be taken out.
Gear, Lansing & Co. Placed on the Ground
Floor Changes About In Business
C. Browor & Co., Ltd., jester
day rehought iho l.aso of its pro
mies iu Quuu street which bad
expired. It is reuowd for twenty
years at S1200 per annum. Theie
w'ih no other bid thin tlint of Mr,
U dieitaon tbo manager when tbi
IcaMO was put up at auction nt the
Excutivo buildiug yesterday.
This releasing; by the Brower
comes us n surpiis-, as it was com
mon knowledge that tbo corpora
tiii had loused tbo comer premi
mises iu the big Judd block, no a
dine up at l''ort nnd Morchmt
H iwevpr, it is no, and tbo Bank
if Hawaii tak"s the ai I pretmsis
in the Judd bl ck. Tlio Hawaii ui
I'tust aud Safe Deposit Coiupauy
will occupy tlio preini-03 uow
bettering tbo Bank of Hawaii in
Uuir, Lansing & O ., it may b
said iu passing, have taken a fin
suite of olliccs on tho ground floor
if the Judd building.
O. Brewer & Co., Ltd., is g inf
o lobuild on tbo itj of Mm n- .
rtut aucieut struo'uri. Ita buai
esa will bo moved out tempomri
ly. forthwith, into ono of the
Waterhouao buildings across
ThPre wns nn idea of ronovatinc
the old building. An oxamiuntinn
hv oxporis, however, revoled that
tbo walls wore structurally weak
from tbo ravaypa of timn More
ovor, tho building id unsyrametri-
cnl in stiape ami onuroaulieh
"ightecn foot on tho revised line
ot Queen street.
Mr. R tbortsou says tbo bui'd
ing will bo of two stories.
WlietliT a brick or other material
N a question still uuder consider
ttion. It it oxpo slorl to begiu con
straction iu October.
I'lllI.AUICI.IMIIA SOON TO GO.
Ailmlrul Sllllnr Anilom to llelnrn to
It is tbo present calculation to
sond tho U. 8. S. Philadelphia
back to San Francitco very soon
as Admiral Miller, having com
pleted tho mission on which be
w.ib seut by Iho Uuited States
Government, ii anxious to return.
It is close, upon h'n timo of retire
ment from aotivo sivico and, bo
sidod that, Mrs. Miller i9 in San
Franuii-co awaitii g him.
Virions olliuerd of the Phila
'ulolphia aro bo sure their ship
will Mturu to this pirt snou after
I'tuding Admiral Miller in San
FriiucUco that they are ranking
anaemoutd hero for that purpoa.
In fact, the Philadelphia ia tho
ot.ly ship avai able for duty here
Tbo Benuingtjn basenno to South
America and the Mouican will
either ho split to Samoa or bo put
out of commission.
Kojral make the food pur,
wholesome and dtUcltat.
iki wiw Kfrnan eo.. Mrovowi.
Will Discuss Amertcin and Canadian Hatters
Oianlzsd Wilb Lord Hersbell
Quobpo, Aug. 23. Tho hijjh
o inimissionerd repiosentin tdo
Uuited Slat-s nnd Great Britain'
ire uatber'-d iu Quebec prepaia
tory to tho opouiug of tho iulei
natinnhl cotiforence for the sotdo
luout of long-standing border did
pu os betweou thd two uatious. ' 1
Tho Uuited States c(.niiuiaston
ors nr; SeuntoM Gray and Fair
banks, Rnpieseutativo Dingley,
John A. Knsnm and Hon. John
W. Foa' or.
Lord Horsohcll is hero as rop
resputativd of Grent B imiu, aud
In will In assist -d by tin n Ivio
of Sir Wilfrid Luurier, Sir L)iiis
Uavi s ami Sir Ricuard Curt-'
wright, reproenting th puro y
vJnuudiau s.de of tUe mattorrt iu
Sir Jumes Wioter, premier of
Newfoundland, is ou ban 1 to act
iu the in'er s s of tuat proviuce.
I tin lendiLg questi m to be
considered by tho cjnfcrduju aro
Tho HUeBtmnrcsppct to- tho fur
seals iu B-hring Sea nud tlio
waters of tbo North Pncitic ocom
Provisions iu r.spect to the tish
cries oil tho Atlautiu aud Pacific
coaslB and iu the waters of their'
common frontier. i
Provisions for the delimitation
and edtnlilidbmeut of tho Alaukar
Caundiau boutidury by legal and
ProvidiouB for tho transit of
merchandise iu trauspjitatiou to
or frm either cmutiy, acruBt iu
termediato territory, whetour by
laud or water, including natural
and uniQcial wutetways aud iu
iut-rm'-diatu transit by sea.
Provisions relating to tbo tran
sit of merchandise from ouo coun
tiy to be delivered at points in the
itlier beyond the boundary.
Tuo qiPbtlou of tbo alien tabor
taws applicable to the subjoctd or
citzdus of the Uuited States and
Mining rights of tho citizens or
subjects of each country wituiu
the territory of tlio other,
Such readjustments and concea
sions as muy bo deemed mutually
advantageous of customs duties
ttpplicatilo in each couutiy to tho
products ot tuo suit or industry ot
tho otht r, upon the basis of re
A revision of tho Hrui'iupnt of
1817, rejecting nuvui vessels on
Arrangements for the more
onmpleto (! ii itiou aud marking
of any pint of iho iioutiei liui,
by laud or wudT, where tho same
is now iubuhicioutly dotiued or
marked as to bo liublo to dis
pute. Provisions for tbo conveyance
fr trial or punishment of persons
in tbo tawful custody of the otli
cor s of ouo couulry through the
teiritory of tho otuor.
II ciprocity iu wrecking aud
salvngo r ghts.
As will be Seen from the onu
meratinn, the coufereitce will I nvo
a variety of quorums, nth r than
those involving the boundary dis
putes, to occupy itd at ouiiuu.
L rcl llervcuell, tho ltnporiHl
couuuissiouo', will presido over
the tlolib rations of tho confer
euce. At tiie oponing of tho pro
oedingsiu tho mnr.uiuc Sir Wil
frid Lauitar quoted tho precedent
of tho Wnslniigtou treaty nego
liation", wlim the Briii-h pro
uostd an American ns ch.irman.
bu n chitinusu whs then di-pona-ed
with. Gouinl Foster, forth'
Americans, said in Europo the
cut ra was for th- visiting com
misioncrs. to nppoiut it chairman,
wlioionpon Senator F.irbnnk then
nmiimtpd IjqmI H rFoliell, nnd
Coutlnuoil on eighth pajjo.
'The Half Has Not Been Told" Visit to the
Future Naval Station Was a
- iA revelation mot tho American
mpiubois of tho Hawaiian Com-
luitBiou iu tlieexploration of Pearl
ttarn r yosteni.. uuey wo'o
r'ady to exdniui, and no doubt did
oioutally if not audit ly, after it
ns over, " tuo unit nus not been
tald.iu tho Unitt d Stat-s "
' Tuoso in the pa ty wete: Messrs,
Cullom, Morgan, D ile and Uitt of
the Comiuis-iou, Dr. Piilohott of
tlin U. S. Coiut mi I Geodetic Sin
vey, Atlmiral Miller, Miuist-r
eWill, CjiibuI General Haywood,
I'rot. Alexnmler ot tlio Hawaiian
Survpy,th- Misses liitcbeu.MeBBrs.
Hatch, DiIIiiiuIihiu and Iiukea
i'lie paity left tw i by t an after
!) o'clock and ro uruo.l nt 1:30.
Fine wivilher ws enjoyed.
At Aki's Ian liuu !! except the
la I es oiulinrked iu astetim launch
f the llngsiiifj Puilatlelphiti Tor a
thorough cruise of tho various
rras uud the cutrauco of tho
Prof. Alexmdor had maps show
rim depths and ditaucu, whijh
with bis owu topical knowledge
lelt notning of a directory nature
to bit ds.irol. Aluiiiul Miller
bad bis favoiable nuptesaioud ro
gnrdiiijr tho htrbor, as a navy
remit ssvou?, only deejieued by
mis poiHouai ex imiuati iu.
Tie party divide I tor tillin nt
tho Peniusula, sjiuo going to C.
P. laukoi's ami tlio rest to
Otareuco W. Macfarlnne's
Messrs. Cuiloin and Hitt woro
mot this raoiuing jiut ns they
werotlfiving olf o tie Bossion of
tho Commission. As tb-y favo
tiie liULLETlN man n h'atty snlu
ta iou, tiiey werj a-ko I if thoy
had "a good lime" yooteidn". Au-rw-rs
came quiuk nnd warm:
"Wo di In't go for n good timo,
but it was very pleanut.
"Wo just skirted round the hnr
bor aud fuuud out all wo could
"It ia marvelous. Milea on
milos of natural whs.rfapViiothi u
uecdod but for the bhips to haul
"And tbo space and tho great
dcn'h-l Whora other harbors
tiavo cost millions to make, hero
xlmost everything is in ado by
" 1'bp elpvation is just right, too
ft is pimply a magnificent loca
tion for a haibor uud naval
Unlnrr for Pumplnir Plnnt.
F. E. Riehardson, late with the
Union Ice Coiupmy uud Patke
Laey Company of San Frnuoisco,
and formerly with tbe Vulcau
lion Woikd and in the Puuinor
depMrtuieut of tbo Spring Valley
tvi.tor Woiks, has been ongayo I
ly tbo real OBtata firm of Gear
l.nn-ing & Co. to tako complete
charge uf tho reservoir and pump
tug plant on tho JJismoud ileud
For $L00 Per Month.
JIAII.KY'S IIONOI.UI.U OVCIiKltV,
231 - KlugStroot.
Will repair all punclurus, clean IniiJe anJ oul,
adjust nnJ oil yuur bike.
On an4 aller September ist contracts lll be maJe
wllh MJcrj ti take all the work oil their lianJs. leav
ine bike llJIne without any alloy. We all like using
the "silent sleeJ." but we really dn not like rlaylnu
groom to It. No moe necessity even on the score
of economy. Contracts at graJuateJ rates taken to
do alt repairs and take all risks in bicycle work
renewal of tires, etc. Fully slocked ani equipped for
any amount of business. Established first In Hono
lulu and we meant to keep there.
For $2.QQ Per month
Wo will gimmntoo your tiros anil ronow
tlioin when worn nut.
Clash Between Military and Local Authori
ties Hatter of Ownership of Equip
In spite of the ling of tho Union
overhead, there is a conflict of
uithority bttween tho United
dtttes and Hawaii -th it h, Hi
tviiii as Bho stands uudor tho New
The Hawaiian Government ns
id kuown, at the end bf August
withdrew its garrison of tro ps
from tho Executive building uud
grounds. It was deemed that,
with the pro3oncouf Uuited States
troops at Honolulu, thiro was no
more, need of troops to guard tlio
puuno nuiiiiiugs. iup p'liu mill
tary of Ilavvaii simply weut out of
xibIoiico. Iu the meantime the
Hawaiian Government had uoti
tied the Unitid Stt s representa
tives lirrd that af.er the ilst of
AtijUnt. it wiuld not bo rei-pnsi
tilo for tbo official military
courtesies of this port. It is now
nu Amoricuu port.
Forthwith tho Uuited Sln'ns
military au'horit ea siunitiod their
intention of ocoupyiuix the late
Hawaiian military heailnuarters,
including tho men's barracks uu
ler tho Jbxecutivr) buildinu nnd
, io ollicers' quarters iu tno buu-
To this intoutiou the Hawaiian
Government olijoi-.led. It claims
that tho buildings and grounds
vacated by iia military aro purely
civil iu their character, nn.l tboir
purposes entirely related to tho
administration of Hawaiian local
If tho United States garrison
autnorities desiro qmrieis for a
d-tail of troops to perform the
courtesies of the port, the Ha
waiian Goverumout is willing to
givo them tho old stone baruuks
adjacent to tho drill shjd. They
cannot tiavo tho it on drill shed.
That is tho home of the Huwuiiau
National Guard. It is beld tnat, for
the prosout, the standing of tho
iNattonal Uua a ot Uawi.n is un
disturbed ad a looal iustituti n.
All tbis constitutes tbe "hitch"
that has prevented a company of
tho Now York llogimeut from
marching into the quarters vacat
ed by tbe Hawaiian regulars.
As thid paper goes to prpss
there Is uo fain of a break iu tlit
Thero was a very largo numfaUr
of pooplo present at tho recoption
of Queon Liliuukalani botweon
tho hours of 11 and 1 today. !
was tbo birthday nf tbo dethi ono.l
qu-en. From early in tin morn
nig tho cloflo of tho reception, tho
Uoynl Hawniian band played in
ilia yard outaide nn I nttiv Hn
waiiauB filled tho yard at Wash
Ihe Princess Kniuhni and the
Princoi David Kawnnauakoi i.nd
Cupid Kalanianaole with otLora.
assisted iu receiving.
The ball uud looms wore prctti
ly decorated with 11 iwors sut iu
as a rometnbranco of the day.
The roueptton ovor, a luuclieon
in old Hawaiian stv le, was Horvod.
Invvstlffotlon Ooln On,
Tho complaiu's against iho Com-
inisaary Department of tho New
York rogiment havb become so
strong that now nti investigation
id coinc on in llio O.uarteriuartterV
department to find out Ihe came
why tho mon hnvo not been pro
porly fed siuco tboir arrival in
port. Tho com piny qunrlormn-
tors hnvo raised what the hoy s cal
a "roar"nn I tin outotinj his bieu
tho invpsliuntinn spoken of.
1 In inattor will bo sifted to thp
bottom and the csusp of the
treatment will cerlaiuly bel icutat!
Cdlonel the Honorable Y. SackvlIIa West h
Himself a Man of Mark A RetlreoV
Cnlonol the HonorabtoW.Saclie
villo West arrived in tbo A rnngS
this morning, nccoinpunted ty hia
laughter, Miss West, and her
friv'inl Mies Cooper. Tho nnmo on
the Hawaiian holol regi-der iu
stantly suggested a peMuiu tistorw
ical incident in tho Unit d States
pre-idcntial coli m of 18!)i
Shortly aft r broikf isiiog at tho
iiotl, tho distinguished visitor
Later iu tho forenoon n Bulls-
tin repreconttlivn wnt pro-tonteil
n uoionei oickviiip w st hv Mr.
W. A. 13 iwou, of Oi8tle,t Cok(
L'd , who was driving him nboul
' ou hnvo a lovoly coun'ry hnrtv
the Ii tie 1 have oou of if," siiil
the O ilonol. U-" further entod that
ho wiiB g dug to Nov 25 it nd, hni
v.nild stay in t'to Unwniinn Inl
ands a month. Tno other islaatu
w.mld bo vi-i oil. Hid tour is en
itoly ouo of recreation. Ho will
not return homn by thta routa.
" Yen. I am a brothnr nf ,S!rritr-
nol Saokvillo West, who was Min
ister to the u.ued Staos," hb
MuilitiRly replied to n qust?oa.
And, in reapjiisp to furthor iunui-
siiivencss, he stntad that hi-i titilf
taty rank was nf tho British army.
Now retired. b 1ml beon in tho
Uicuauier Gunrdd. "
Odonel tho llonorablo W. Sack
villo West is a whII preserved, eld
otiy uotitloumn of very nffnhta de
meanor. His hair uud board aro
iron uray. He is oertaiu to raakn
fiien Ih of all who may have thn
honor, du'inu his Btay, of making
Tho historical incidpnt of iST)!
heroin allu led to, may bo briefly
recalled. G rover Cleveland and
llenjamin Harrison were tho prin
cipal candidate for tho proidon-
v, eacn trying tor a necoud torm.
Sir Lionel Snokvillo Wost reuoir
od a letter, purporting to bo from
a formor Uri'ish subject who had
just ncquirod United States clt
z-n-nip. iho writer nsked tho
Minister's advice ns to which pnr
ty Kppubiio. or Doinoa,:6
;ot,W iikoly bo tb ln ,ro f;
bio to British intaroits. Un
guardKlly Sir Lionel fell into tho
trap. He replied to the letter nnd
allowed himself to go so far as to
-orgeat that tho tariff policy of tho
J motfrats wus rnther more favor
able t'r British coinninrciil intor
ea's ifiu that of the Itepublicaua.
Tho trickster nt onco published
'he letter ns a stinim card ap.ain
Clpvolaild. It fntlnrl in !. ...
jeet, but it coit Sir Lionel Sack
vilta West his post at Washing
ton. Althouuli few British repre-
SOIltllives llild bPIl mom nnnnln.
at Waahintou, thid tacit inter-
terotico with tlomeatto poliiica
mndri him tchnioilly persona non
uniia His recall speililv followed.
Highest Honors World's Fain.
OoIU Alednl, Midwinter Fotr
A Pnrc Orape Crcara of Tartar Powdefc
40 YEAPS THE STANDARD
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