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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1898.
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CZAR SPEAKS FOR PEACE
Asks Europe to Dccraise Its War
Would Ttius Secure Continual Peace Humani
tarian Ylews Put
LotuloQ, Aug. 28. Tho tost of
of tho note to tho powers issued nt
St. Potorsburg is as follows: The
matatouunco of general peaco and
tho poBsiblo reduction of tho ex
cessivo armaments which weigh
. upon all nations, present them
solvos in oxistiog conditions to
tho whole world ns un ideal to--ward
which tho ondeavors of nil
governments should bo directed.
Tho humanitarian and magnani
mous ideas of his majesty, tho
Emporor, my august master, havo
beou won over to those viows in
the conviction that this lofty aim
is in conformity with tho most
osseutial interests and legitimate
viows of all tho powers; ami tho
Imperial Government thinks tho
present moment would bo vnry
favorable to soaking tho means to
International discussion iB tho
most effectual means of insuring
all peoples benefit a real,durablo
ponco, abovo all, putting an end to
tho progressive development of
tho present armamonts.
Iu the courso of tho last twonty
years the longing for general ap
peasoment has grown oxpecially
pronounced in tho consciences of
civilizod nations; and tho preser
vation of peace has beon put for
ward as an object of international
polioy. It is in its namo that
nreat states havo concluded among
themsolvos powerful alliances.
It is tho better to guarantoo
peaco that thoy havo devolopod in
proportions hitherto unprecedont
o'J their military forces an I Btill
continue to increaso thora, with
out shrinkage from any sacrifice.
Nevortholoss, all thoso efforts havo
not yet been ablo to bring about
tho beneficent result dosirod
The financial charges following
-the upward march, striko at the
Tory root of public prosperity.
Tho intellectual and physical
strongth of the nations' labor and
capital aro mostly diverted from
their natural application and aro
unproductivoly consumed. Hun
dreds of millions aro devoted to
acquiring terrible engines of des
truction, which, though today re
garded as tho last work of soionco,
aro destined tomorrow to loso all
their valuo in consequence of some
fresh discovery in the same fiold.
National culture, economic pro
gress and tho production of wealth
aro oithor paralyzed or cheoked iu
devolopmout. Moreover, iu pio
portion as tho armamout of
oach power increase, tli"
less and less they fulfill
tho objoct of tho govern
mont havo set bofore thomsolveH.
Tho economic crisis, duo in
great part to tho system of arm
aments, l'outrance, and the con
tinual dangor which lies in this
massing of war material, are
transforming tho armed ponce of
our days into a crushing burden
which the peoplo have moro and
more dillioulty in bearing.
It appears evident that if this
stato of things were to bo prolong
ed it would inevitably lead to tho
very cataclysm it is desired to
avert and tho horrors whoroof
mako ovory thinking being shud
der in advance
To put an end to thoso incossaut
armamonts and to seok tho means
of warding off tho calamities which
are threatening tho wholo world
suoh is tho supromo duty today
imposod upon all states.
Filled with this idea his majesty
has boon pleased to command mo
to propose to all tho governments
whoso representatives aro accred
ited to the impdrial .court, tho
assembling of a conference which
Bhall occupy itself with tlm gravo
problom. This conference will
bo, by tho help of God, tho happy
prosago for tho contury which iB
about to open. It would converge
into ono poworful focus tho efforts
of nil ntntnn ninnnrnlv flnnltinrr to
mako tho groat conception of
universal peaco triumph ovor tuo
olomonts of troublo and discord,
and it world at tho same timo co
mnnf thnir nrrronmnnt riv ft nnrnnr.
ate concentration of the principles
of justice and right wheroon rost
tho security of states and tho wol-
taro or peoples.
ni:w i.vtek.isij nu iioat.
Hero HFcsntl Week In
A lotter from Captain Godfrey
dated San Francisco, August 31,
wos recoived by Vico-Prosident
John Ena of tho Inter-Island
Company this morning. In it
Captain Godfroy stated that tho
new Intor-Islnnd boat had just ar
rived in Sab Francisco from tho
Sound, ladeu with lumber.
Tho Fulton Iron Works peoplo
wero or tueopiuiontuat they could
put in the machfnory in tho
courso of threo weoks. Captain
Godfroy Btated that ho did not
think this could bo done.
In order to pass inspection ac
cording to United Statos regula
tions it would be uocossary for tho
now steam or to havo a donkey
boiler and othor things put in.
Mr. Ena said that ho did not
expeot the new stoamor to sail for
Honolulu until tho second week
in October. Even then, this would
bo a month earlier thau at first ox
mm: in huoail.
Lnteit Telegram from New York-1 Alt'
nouncee tile Kict.
Castlo & Cooke, Ltd., in their
circular issued this morning say
By tho arrival of tho S. S. Aus
tralia this morning wo aro ablo to
givoyou tho following latest sugar
Contrifugals were still quoted
at 4 5-1G for 96 , but at tho last
ininuto a tolegram was received
from our New York ogents odvis
ing of an advance to -13-8 c.
Boots aro 9s Gd per owt.
Arrivals have been tho II. P.
Rithot and Transit from Hono
lulu, August 20; Defender from
Hilo, tho 29th, and Santiago from
Hilo the, tho 30th.
Sailings havo baon tho Lurline
for Kahului on Aug. 31 and tho
Mohican for Honolulu on Aug. 28.
Large Gathering I.mt Mlit it Home of
.11 r. anil Mr. Hoe.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Boo roceiv
od a surprise party last night at
their homo in Boretania street,
which mado a very ploasant ovon
ing. Among tho guoat9 wero:
Captains Slator, MoNeill,Magon
and Hart, Mrs. A. W. McLean,
Mrs. Nina Gardiuor, Mrs.Sraytho,
Mrs. lleid, Mrs. Phoobe Johnson,
Mioses N. Gardlnnr. Am v Tfnn T.
It isoarue, Mossrs. Bissell, Shilii-
too, at. Ulair, lucniirusou, Lam
bert, Everett, Bitnoy, Green, Jas.
Lovo, Warrincton. Hart. Rnirl nml
It W08 a farewell nnrtv in linnnr
of Mr. Bitnov. n uenlinw nf ninna
Spreckels, who leaves in tho S. G.
mmor toaay tor Ban Franoisco.
Royal mikes the food pure,
wbolMome end dellcleai.
OYll eAKma Ktmt CO , HfW vtmk.
GRAND ARMY GREETINGS
Phil Sheridan Post of Washington
Salutes Geo. W. Long Post.
Welcomed as Post of Great Empire of Liberty
The Local Post Issues A Warn
Goorgo W. Do Long Post, G. A.
11., at its mooting last night recoiv
ed an engrossed communication
from Phil. Sheridan Post at Wash
ington, D. C. A neat border in rod,
blue and gold surrounds tho docu
ment which will bo framod and
hunc on tho wall of Goo. W. Do
Long's headquarters. Tho full toxt
of tho writing is as follows:
GllEETINO TO GKOKOE W. De LoNfJ
Post fiiom Phil. Siieiiidan
" At a regular session of Phil.
Shoridan Post No. 14, Dopartmont
of the Potomac, Grand Army of
tho Republic, hold at Washington,
D. 0., Friday evoning, July 22,
1898, tho following Order was un
" In tho bonds of F., 0. &. L.,
Phil. Shoridan Post No. 14, Do
partmont of tho Potomac, Grand
Army of tho Republio, sond greet
ing to their formor comrades in
arms, tho mombors of Goorgo W.
Do Long Post No. 45, Grand
Army of tho Bepublic, Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, and wolcomo
thorn to a prominent position und
or tho glorious and triumphant
Flat? of our Nation. RnrnrTni7:inrT
the patriotic lovo of country that
leu to tuo ostablisning or Uoorgo
W. De Long Post in tho boiutitui
islands of tho Pacific, twn Himmnnrl
miles from homo and kindred,
under a foreign flag and govern
ment, wo fraternally and lovnllv
erect vou as a rmrr nf il,n
groat ompiro of liborty, tho
unitou otatos or. Amorica,
and, aB wo on joy tho many bene
fits resultinD from tlin annrifinna
and hardships of those who car
nou tuo (Stars and Stripes west
ward and nlantcd tho flnrr nn Mm
golden shores of the Paoifio ocean.
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ou ho ocu iuu uuwuru mission 01
our Nation in oxtonding liborty
across tho wators toward tho isl
ands of tho rising Bun, and earn
estly pray that tho comrudea of
George W. Do Long Post may
livo to bcp tho bonohcent resultB
that will accruo to tho Eastern
world from your pionoor offorts
and loyalty, becauso of tho raising
of our beloved Flag ovor your
most beautiful and fortilo islands
of tho Pacific.
"Phil. Sheridan Post salutes
Georce W. Do Lonrr Paf no
among tho pioueois iu unfurling
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...u a. .uK ui xjiuuiiv uuu l'roo
"Jeff. H. Jeninqh,
"J. It. V.
"W. E. Post,
"J. R. MoKELVEy,
"Byiion AV. Bonney,
"Officer of Day.
"Tiito. F. Bitow.v,
A Bombay paper annouuees that
Mr. and Mrs.Thambynayiigampil
lai aro now on a visit to Vovilkud
pirrupDu. Mr. Thamhvnnvnr.n,n
pillai is tho son of Judge G. 8.
of Mr. A. Jambulingammudoliiur.
Chumber of Commerce.
Tho Chambor of Commerce hold
a Bpecial mOotinor this fnrnnnnn
Tho memorial which it is propos
ed Shall be nrnanntnrl in 11. n
mission was road and adopted. It
was placed in tho hands of J. B.
Atllorton whn Will nlfn.wl trv !,
WOrk of llfivinrr Mm mimn n.,,.r
ed. This will tako a couple of
daya so that tho momorial will bo
proBontod to tho Commission
New Zealand Recommends the Four
Legislative Committee Reports Favorably
Canada to Hare Construction
Wellington, (New Zealand),
August 31. Tho report of tho
Committoo on Legislature, just
issued, recommends joining the
Australian colonies with Canada
and tho mothor country by a Pa
cific cablo, on tho basis that if
Groat Britain aud Canada togethor
would guarantoo five-ninths of
tho cost of tho work, Now Zeland
and tho othor colonies would con
tribute tho remaining four-ninths,
of which amount Now Zoaland
will contributo ono-ninth.
Tho committee also recommends
that Canada be intrusted with tho
construction administration, and
maintonance of tho cablo on tho
understanding that tho contribut
ing colonies aro to bo entitled to
roprosontation and votes on mat
tors of policy of the management,
and that the cablo is to bo jointly
owned and cdntrollod by tho con
tributors. Tho roport concludes
by advising that a conferenco of
tuo colonics concerned in tho new
cablo bo held in Now Zealand.
Nlcnraffuti nnil the Cnnul.
Managua, Nicaragua, August
18. The Diet of tho Greater Re
public of Contral America has
asked tho Govornmont of Nicaro
gua for all the documents in its
archivos relating to tho construe
tion of an1 interocoanio canal across
Nicaragua, for tho purnoso. as El
Jjiuoral, Uovornmont daily nowa
popor says, of "investigating tho
reasons why tho Unitod States of
rsortu Amorica appoars to have
ueciucu to construct tho canal."
I.unu nt Ainnhau.
Tho luau givon by tho Princess
Kaiulani at Ainahau in honor of
tho Commissioners, was a dooided
success. In all there wero Bomo
150 peoplo prosont, Tho luau was
in tho lanai whero threo tables
wero arranged in nativo fashion.
Tho Ouintotto olnb nnil tlin Nnw
York regiment band furnished tho
music. .Dancing occupied tuo
latter part of the evoning.
Natlvee Quit Work.
A dozon or moro natives, con
stituting tho lumborcarryiug force
at Allon & Robinson's wharf, quit
work at 12 noon todnv. Tim mnn
had troublo with Georgo Allon,
tho foreman, and rofusod to do
Joe Duohalsky who Btowed away
for Manila in tho Australia when
that vossol passed through hero
with troons. onmn bnnk nn Hint
vessel this morning. Ho has had
a narci time ot it aim cannot bear
to hoar Manila mnntinnorl. TT.
woi ked all tho way over was kopt
a prisoner wuilo thero, worked to
Nagasaki aud San Francisco, and
is now just whero ho started.
Bailey's Honolnln Gyclery.
231 King Street.
Has been appointed aijent In the Hawaiian inlands
for the famous
Bicycle well known for their ability to stinJ harJ
They are LOW In flee but HIGH In quality They
have MORGAN & WRIGHTS DOUI1LE TUI1C
TIRLS, flush olnt, Fauber haniters, 1 Illock chain
anJ every moJern Improvement Lnamel nj finUh
equal to any Fully guaranteed as to material anJ
workmanship In every way equal to tilth prlceJ ma
chines for harJ work ana wear Price spot cash $(o oo
LaJles ana gentlemen s In stock
Contracts taken to repair all punctures and keen I
bike In L'ooJ orJer at ti.ou pr month,
DREYFUS AFFAIR AGAIN
Col. Henry Admits Forgery and Then
This Forgery Played Important In Conviction
France Again Stirred Up With
New York, August 31. A Sun
cablo from Paris says: A day of
anguish to tho vast majority of
Fronchmon, ended today in indes
cribable omotion, caused by tho
nows that tho author of tho army's
latest disgraco had committed sui
cide in tho coll ho occupied in the
fort at Mont Valerian. Colonel
Henry, who was arrested yestor
dy on a chargo of, having forged
a lotter that had an important
boaring on tho Dreyfus case, was
found lying in a pool of blood,
having cut his throat with a razor
ho had taken to prison with him
in a bag containing clothing. His
confession of the forgery was im
mediately reported to Cavaiguac,
Ministor of "War.
It is a bare, torriblo fact, that
an officer, holding one of tho most
responsible and most dolicato po
sitions in thoFronch army, head of
the uopartmont concerned in riro
enring secret information, should
hayo stooped to forgery intbo pur
suit of an obscure, underhand
plan, that fills Frenchmen with
despair of whom to trust, whom to
beliovo among all officers concoru
ed in tho trial of Dreyfus. For Vho
moment, anti - Ureyfusites oud
Dreyfusites among tho Parisinn
public maintain their previous
contentions moro vohomontly than
u,u. mo luimur uru now curs
ing both Colonol HonrvandDrov-
xus, but in Government circles tho
forgory rovelations aro working
momentous quangos, JLliero is au
thority for staling that Oavaignafi
has decided to grant a revision of
iJroytus' sontonco. True, ho main
tains that Colonel Henry's forgery
does not affect tho proofs of Droy
fus' treason, but his speech in the
Chamber of Doputics, which was
rapturously applauded and pla
carded throughout Franco, iu
which ho proclaimed his posses
sion of proofs of treason, was
uasou on Henry's forgory.
To Muster Out Houuh llhlere.
Now York, August 31 General
Whoelor recoived a tolecrara from
Adjutant-Goneral Corhin today
dirooting him to muster out the
itougu meters at Camp Wikoff nt
once. Tho cavalrvmen will nn.
cordjngly bo mustored out of the
Borvico noro tomorrow.
Pavloff Nent from China.
London, August 29. The Daily
Mail's Poking correspondent says:
"M. Pavloff, tho Russian Charge
d'Affaires in China, who bn9 been
appointed Russian Minister to
Corca, will bo succeeded by M. de
Giors, who is at present accredit
to Brazil. M. Pavloff's removal
is generally attributed to Great
Britain's sudden chango of policy,
tho objoct of which was to impross
Russiu with tho advisability of
recognizing our paramount inllu
onco in tho Yang-tso Kiang val
loy. No Occupation Yet,
Thoro is no sign of tho occupa
tion of tho Exeoutivo and National
Guard buildings by a detail from
th United States garrison.
No ronlv has beon received tn
Ministor Cooper's statement of tho
Government's position sont to
General Morriam last Monday.
llasvitllan National Leaitue,
Tho Executive Committee of tho
Hawaiian National Leaguo is
holding n mooting this aftornoon.
It has boon decided to allow a
committoo from tho leaguo to moot
for a couforonco with anothor
from tho Uui Aloha Aiua as re
quested by tho latter. This will
tuko place noxt week.
OUR TIGHT LITTLE ISLAND
Waialua Already In Training for Its
Labor Healthy and Quiet-Railroad Extension
Humming Dr. Peterson Back from
Dr. 0. A. Petorson, Inspector of
Immigrants, was at his desk in
tho Agricultural Bunnu this morn
ing, aftor an official Visit to Wai
alua, Kahuku and Liiu planta
tions. Ho found almost no eick
nees nothing to speak of. r
Everything was quiet. Thoro
was not a voBtigo of restlessness
among the Japanese laborers, foP
lowiug tho expectation of a gon
ornl strike, against contracts and
for higher wages ns free labor,
consequent upon tho hoisting of
tho Amorican fiag. The warning
issued by Colonel Hirai has evi
dently had a most wholesoino
Waialua plantation is just fin
ishing np its crop, nmounting to
about two thousand tons of sugar.
Everything is being managed on
tho plantation to suit the imtneueo
expausion of its scopo under tho
uow company. Thu corporation
juBt forraod will have two thous
and ncres propnred for the first
Both at Ewa nud Waialua it
was understood ns decided that W.
J Lowrie, tho mnnagoi who has
piloted Ewa plantation up to its
unparalleled position, would take
chargo of Waialua plantation tho
first of October. Mr. Lowrio will
be back from the Const iu tho
Belgia on Friday night.
Tho O. R. it L. Co. is putting
up a fine station at Waialua op
posite tho church, Finishing
touches aro being put oil the rail
way bridge there. Pile drivers
aro being put Ju pl,ico for work at
tho tWuimen bridge outhoKauUl'u
extension. Tho lino is nearly nil
graded from AVnimea gulch to
Kahuku. Contractor Jonsen'a
camp is lively.
It is impossible now to go from
V aialua over tho gulch in a buggy,
unless ono has a crew enlisted to
drag the vehialo up over tho rocks
after crossing tho quicksands, as
tho Government bridgo swept
away by Hood has not bon-.i ta.
A native fnrmor fi llttlo boy ond
.aona Point Iibb piped water from
a place high up iu a gulch o his
little holding near tho railway
quito n neat piece of engineering.
Dr. Peterson is now making up
his reports Ho will probably go
to Maui noxt, loaving Hooia and
Wnimonalo plantations, on this
island, for visiting lator.
Mrs. W. G. Irwin recoived news
by the Austialia of the death of
hor brothor, Mr. Alfml Ivors of
Oakland, on July 30. Mrs. Ivers,
the mother, in unw nlnnnum until
Mrs. Irwin at Waikiki.
Auckland, N. Z., Aug. 29.
Maliotim Laupopa, King ot Samoa,
died on Mondny, Aug. 22, of
Honolulu MessougerSurvico do
livers mossngos and puckocos.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Medal, Alidwlntcr Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powtai
40 YEARS THE STANDARD
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