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Vol V. No. 10JM).
HONOLULU, II. I., KATTUDAY, OCTOIJKR 1, 1898.
J'KK'H .") (Jr.NT.S.
VESUVIUS ON A RAMPAGE
Woman Shoots on Account of Slander
In Dreyfus Affair.
Japan to Negotiate a New Loan Hill on
Baltimore and Ohio-Russia and
Ll IlUDg Ulill6.
Nov" York, Septembor 21. A
Worli cnblo from Naples snys:
Vesuius, tlio glim volcano Hint
atHiiij liko un exocntiiiiier, always
preiirod to il octroy this beautiful
city nftor along rest is ouco more
behlhiug amoko mill llivms nud
lava. Whero tho present eeries of
eruptions will end no ono cnu
toll, of course, but ninuy roiili'iits
V.etn profofiH ti fear the destrnc
tion of Naples, though for the
most part they uro cheoi fill, and
hngh nml fine, as did thoir an
cestors of Pompeii and Hercn
hiuoum just beforo they wore
A panic prevnila at Torro dol
Greco, which is on tlio coast,
three 'niles south ot llesinn. This
Iihs a ilenHi) population of 25,000
happy-go-lucky Italians, whose
created industry is soiling relics,
guiding traveler, tolling lies to
Aineticans aud stilling uausoous
a wirii's iii:vi:mii:.
She Cuue im AiimiT to Mitiulrr or
Pnris, Soptember 23. Mmo.
Pnulmiore, wifo of M. Charles
Ernst Paulmiere, member of tlio
Chamber' of Deputies from tho
Oopartmont E Calvade, lma
.willed auother trngody to tho bo
vildoring intricacies of tho Drey
Mmo. Paulmioro today ontored
tho otucos of La L.iuterno and
asked to soo M. Milloraud. M.
Milloraud was nl sout, and M.
Ollivior, tho editoi's young secro
tnry, who was present, stopped
forward to rocoivo tho lady, who,
without waiting for an explana
tion, whipped out a revolver and
tired twice. M. Ollivior fell to tho
floor wounded. Uo was taken to
Mmo. Paulmioro waB taken into
custody, nnd, whon questional,
answered coolly: "I wish to kill
Sho oxplained that La Lnntorno
had slnndored horsolf nud horhus
1 nud bocauso hor husbaud had
rittou a lottor to Gouenil Chn
uoiuo, tho Minister of War, with
leferonce to putting a stp to tho
uttneks upon tho arm- provoked
i y tho Droyfus affair.
.Mlian to Ni.i"tlnl " l.''ilii,
Yokohama, Seiuptomher 27. It
i,i understood that 'In-.rnpanoso
Government has d c tied to nogo-
I tinto for a foroign hem of stfO.OOO,-
.Iiun''" .1. "HI Tullm.
St. Paul, Sept. 17 President J.
J. Hill, oE tho Great Northern, ro
'urnod from Chicago todny and
mado this statement to an Asso
ciated Press ropresontativo regard
ing tho Baltimore .t Ohio story:
"Any connection which 1 mny
j have with tho B. Ar. O. is
nmply for tho purposo of gotting
that road on itB foot and making
it what it wns at ouo timo, ono of
tho moat important roads in tho
country, llocently it hns fniled
to Biich an extent thnt it is was nn
incubus. Any intention 1 may
have, with regard to tho Baltimore
,V Ohio has no connection with the
(..rent Northorn. Neither has tho
(.rent Northern nor myself nny
cmncetion with auy roud botweou
St. Paul and Chicngo and further
more, neithor did I expect to liavo
ny such connection. Somo one
vi ho is responsible for tho stnto-
tnnnts to tho contrnry has an im
iigmntion that is altogether too
Further than this Mr. Hill has
nothing to say regarding the mat
Ktprrplfiry Morion .loll.
New York.Soplombor 31. Sonor
llocn, who was recontly elected
President of Argontinn, hns asked
J. Sterling Morton, Socrotary of
tho Dopnrtmont of Agriculture
under Prosidont Clevolaud, to
como to Argentiun and build up
for the Government just such a
department there. Tho salary
ofl'orod Mr. Morton is n princely
one, nnd ho is nsked to stay in
Argentina n year at least.
l.l l)r Srlime.
Vancouver B. C, .September
21.-The Chiun Gazetto snys it is
at length nt liberty to mention the
important piece of news that at
St. Potersbuig, closely concealed
from prying eyes, is a dominion t
signed by Li Hung Chang pro
mising to hand over tho control of
Chiuoso custons to Itussin.
AMERICAN MARINE SURGEON
Arrives to Take Duty in Harbor of
Is Detailed by Treasury Department and
Have Headquarters at UnlH States
Dr. Carmichaol, Surgeon oE tho
Marino Hospitnl Scrvico of the
United States, arrived iu tho Aus
tralia, lie Ins boon detailed by
tho Secretary of tlio Tiensury to
como horo for duty at tho Consu
late Goneral. Ill's duties will por
tain to tho examination of bill of
health of vessels, matters of qunr
autiuo, etc. Functions iu thoso
respects hitherto exorcised by tho
Consul Geuornl will bo assumed
now by tho nowly arrived oflicinl.
Consul Gonornl Haywood, intro
duced Dr. Carmichaol early to At
torney Geuornl W. O. Smith, pro
sklent of the Board of Health, and
tho Mariuo Surgeon wib by that
gcntlomnn furnished with all in
formation regarding tho health
regulations of the port.
Tin: inuiimt rouirrs.
I.nxiirilM Cimi Appeal nml City of Co.
Iho Supromo Court this morn
ing heard the clnim on J. 0. Car
tor, administrator of tho Lazarus
ostnto, f.or valuables worth $250.
A contention of tho claimant is
thnt tho dofeudaut wns mado res
ponsible personally iiiBtond of in
his administrative rapacity. Lylo
A. Diokoy is sitting ns tompornry
Justico with Chiof Justico Jiultl
aud Justico Whitiug.
Contrnry to information given
out by interested porsonH yestor
day, no rebuttal is put on in the
City of Columbia mnritimo libel.
Judgo Porry is therofore hoaring
closing nrgumout todny.
Royal makes the luotl pure,
wliolcauiuo and dellcloai.
rovai bakinci roorn ro., hi voak. F
WARSHIPS WILL HURRY
Only Three Stops Between New York
General August! Reaches Spain More Sailors
for Manila Japanese Papers Want
Washington, Sept. 22. Tho
battle ships Oregon and lown will
looso no timo in making tho voy
ago to Manila. Iu fact, tho ut
most hnsto consistent with n safe
trip will bo miulo, and no lnoro
stops aro contemplated than nro
absolutely ueconsary for coaling
purposes. Between New York
and Hawaii tho war ships will not
touch port but throo times. Tho
stops will bo mado nt Bithin, Bra
zil; Puuta Arenas, on tho,' Straits
of Magellan, and at tho Galapngos
AllKiMtl lliirhen Stnln.
Madrid, Sept. 21. Geuornl Au
gust!, tho formor Captain Gouoral
of tho Philippine islands, has ar
rived nt Vitnrin. ennilnl of thn
... . ... . . , ....... ...
Spanish proviuce of Alava, nbout
thirty miles south of Bilbao. Tlio
Geuornl, admitted thnt he contem
plated surrendering boforo tho
canitulntion netumiy took pioeo.
He also praised tlio army eloquent
ly, nud expressed the hope thnt
tlin Kiitirninn Court would ivirh
judgmout on his conduct.
Nullum (loltiif to Munllu.
Washington, Sopt. 21. Tho
Navy Department has oulorcd -100
sailors sout to Admiral Dewey's
squadron nt Mnnila. The men
will bo sent from San Francisco
on a inorchnnt steamer.
A HOLT Ml'STKItlMl OCT.
What I're.lilenl MiKlnlPy llua In Say
to tlio Hoy.
This statomout irbuoiI by Pre
sident McKinloy has tonded to
quiot tho volunteors nnxious to bo
"Prom tho number of requests 1
receivo for tho mustering out of
this or thnt regiment, 1 judgo that
the pooplo nro under tlio impres
sion that tho war is ovor. Thnt is
n mistake. Nothing but a poaco
protocol has boon signed. Wo nro
just on tho ovo of sondiug somo
distinguished gontlonion to Paris
to meet tho Commissioners from
Spain and to nogotiato tho pence
tront . It would be tho hoight of
unwisdom to indisoriminntoly dis
hand our nrmy when thoro is a
possibility that circumstances may
rcquiiti our Commissioners to
make disoluto demands.
"I have issued ordors thnt thoro
shall bo 100,000 volunteors niiin
tored ont of sorvico. Ono hnlf of
tho quota of soldiors furnished t
tho Government by onch State wiim
allowed to go home. But no
amount of political influence oi
porsunsion can induct) mo to jir
mit any moro regiments to be
mustorod out until this war iu de
finitely ovor. If Him enn be un
derstood, tho people and the
soldiors thomsehen will be (satis
fied. Tho services of tlio soldiers
rotaiuod in tho nnny nre needed
by the United States for tho pro
Chaiiifo of Cnptiilni.
In a lottor rocoived by Captain
Cnnipboll of tho Inter Island
Company this morning it wns
stnted that Captain Thompson of
tho H. P. Hithet would assume
command of tho now lunibor
schooner ordored by S. C. Allen
and soon to arrivo horo; nlso that
Captain (Jeo. Calhoun would take
the U. P. Ilithet, Captain Thomp
son's old boat, and that Captain
Calhoun, father of the younger
ship mastor of tho 8mo name,
would tako the A re hor.
PRESIDENT DOLE WILL GO
Necessary for Him to Join the Commis
sion in Washington.
Minister Damon Generously Furnishes Means for
Settling the Industrial School Matter
to Perfect Satisfaction.
President Dolo wns nsked this
morning if he hnd decided to go
to Washington on tho business of
tho Uawniinu Commission. In
reply ho said:
"It looks very much as if it
wore necessary that I should at
tend tho moctiiigs of tho Commis
sion in Washington.
"No, there is no need that I
should leave with Mr. f rear. Tho
object is to bo there when Con
gress meots. It is not likoly,
however, that much hiiHi'iioas will
ho done iu Congross until aftor
tho Christinas vacation."
Ab previously stated in tho
BiJl.Llvnx, Commissioner Frcar
will lonvo for Washington tho
11th of this mouth.
All necessity for invoking the
intervention of tho Council of
Stato to get over tho Industrial
School dilliculty is oudod. Min
ister Damon, in his private cipa
city as a banker, has como to the
relief of Brother Coopor, Ministor
of Kducatlou, in most goneroiiB
stylo to overcome tuo tlimculty
and give effect to the now policy
rolntiiii! to industrial and reform
Mr. Damon advnuces tho money
to pay for tho laud on Kauai aud
erect tho necessary buildings. Ho
chnrges neither rent for tlio pro
perty nor interest on tho mouey,
nud if tho Legislature does not,
within throe "ears, tako tho nro
perty off hia hands ho will be
content to kcop it for himnolf.
Minister Cooper snid this
morning thnt his chief concern iu
tho wholo mntter wns upon that
part ot tho scherao providing for
an industrial refugo for gtrU in
Honolulu. Public opinion had
long ago couceded tho crying do
mand for such an institution. Tho
transfer of tho reform school for
boys to Kauai makes tho promises
nt Palnmn avnilnblo for an indus
trial school for girls.
Typhoon on .Inpim CoiinI.
Victoria, (B. 0.), Soptombor 20.
Tho Empress of India arrived
todny, bringing nows that serious
typhooiiB have dono grent datnago
on tho Jnpanoso coast. In Yoko
hama harbor tho British ship
Lindhurst and tho Italian cruiser
Mnrco Polo collided, both being
The wreck oE tho Amorican
ship Emily W. Whituoy is ro
ported from Shanghai, nnd a
number of tho crew aro snid to
liavo boon lost. She fouudered in
tho typhoon which caused tho
nbnndoumont of tho Gorman ship
lleports from Canton say the
revolution is assuming alarming
Tho Jnpanoso papers urge thnt
more dninnges bo demanded from
Honolulu Messongor Service do
livers mossngos and packages
Bailey's Honolulu Cycln.
231 King Street.
I hi been appuintuj agent In the Hju.tilan lUnJ-
(or the famous
lliiv.lc will knimn lur their abihtv 1.1 unj lurJ
llm an- low In prim but IIKill In .uliiy Thn
have MUKiiAN & Wim.lllS DOUULI. Tl'lll
I IKIS. flush iiilnti.. I auber hancrrs. II lllnk.luln
and t-very rmijern Imi'nivement Lnamel anJ finikh
e.ual Iu an I ully nuaranlecj as Iu malerlal anJ
workinatihhii in every way e.U4l tu hlh pritej ma
thiiiii t jr liarJ wurk anJ wear I'rke sp.n kash$4uuu
'aJ)es ana gentlemen s In ktuck.
Contrails taken tu repair all punctures anJ keep
bike In uoJ urJer at $i.uu per muntti.
GEN, MILLER S COMMAND
Troops That Make Up the Next Manila
Special Attention Called to Equipment of Ships
and Amount of Supplies Gen. Mer
WnBhington, Septomber 19.
Commnndiug Gouoral, Depart
ment of California: With tho
approval of the Acting Secretary
of War tho Titty-first Iowa,
Twentieth Knusas, First Tonnes.
soo, First Washington nud de
tnchmcut of the Second Orecou
Volunteer Infantry nt Snn Fran
cisco aro hereby rolievcd from
duty iu tho Department of Cali
fornia aud will proceed to Manila,
Philippiuo islands, reporting up
on arrival for duty to the com
manding Gouoral United States
forcos nt thnt point. Tho Qunr
tormnstor's Department will fur
nish the noceBsnry transportation,
specinl caro boiug taken to pro
vide sutlicient space aud the sub
sistouco and medical departments
nro chnrgod with providing ample
aud suitable supplies furnished
by tho respective departments to
insuro comfort, woll boiug and
health of tho troops on route. By
command of Mnjor-Goneral Miles.
H. C. Coimi.n,
AVasiiingtou, Soptember 10.
Commanding Gem nil, Depart
ment of California: All recruits
aud dot'ichmonts now nt Sun
Francisco belonging to regiments
in tho Philippine islands, iuclud
iug tho four companies of the
Twenty third United States In
fantry, are directed to procoed to
Manila. By cornmnuu ot .Major
II. C. CoiiniN,
TilliiiorlN Nun. hI.
Washington, SopteniLr 20.
Depot Quartermaster: '! Act
ing Seorotary of War iliroetB 'bat
oceau transports be furnished .'-n-transporting
fiOOO additional nioi.
to Manila. In order to do this
tho roturuiug transports will bo
used for this purpose. Thoso
transports nro supposed to bo in
tho snmo condition ns when they
wont to Manila on formor expedi
tions. Tho .Senator and Cliinn
loft port August 21th nud 150th re
spectively; Indiana, Soptember
1st; Pennsylvania, September l)th;
Newport, September Kith; Zeahiu
din, August 21th. The Zealnndia
went into tho dry dock nt Nnga
saki. Part of tho vessels wont
via Nagasaki and part via Hono
lulu. Thoro will bo ample room
for bunks, lavntoriof, etc., provid
oil. You nro authorized to supply
wntor and coal. Make inspection;
report and wiro when in propor
Bognrding tho difficulty be
twoon tho local govorumont aud
tho United States nrmy Gonornl
Morrinm stated whon ho reached
San Fraucisco: "It was tho right
ful propnrty of the Unitod Stntos
Government, and I atlirmetl my
intention to take it. Thero was
uo friction, though, as the local
authorities gracefully assontod to
my demands aftor somo palaver.
What will bo done with thoso
buildings I cannot say at presold.
Ui'llii from .MiiiiIIii.
J. N. lleid of tho Australia has
with him on this trip nn interest
ing relic which ho fished out of
tho hold of tho sunken Don Juan
do Austria when tho Australia
was iu Manila bay. It is n bar
nacle covered and entrusted cait
ridgo box half tilled with Mauser
cartridges. Together with thiB
wns n Mauser bayonet. This fore
noon Mr. Boid hud tho relic in the
Port Surveyor's ollieo whero a
groat many people went t inspect
FRANK HALSTEAD MANAGER
Installed in Charge or the Big New
Has Been Associate Manager or Old Plantation
New Pump Doing Excellent Work
Six Million Gallons Dally.
Frank HnleWd is iimtalletl ns
nmnngor of the new Wainlua Sugar
Company's big plantation. It is a
fitting position for him. Ho wns
brought up on the old Wainlua
plantation, his father's property,
which is the nucleus of the pre
sent big corporate enterprise.
Since the retirement of his father,
Itobert Halstead, from tho activo
car"S of the plantation somo yoarB
ago, Frank has been associated
with his elder brother Edgar iu
Edgar Ualntead retired as liian
agor tho end of Septomber, yes
terday, and intends going to tho
Coast on the 11th of this mouth.
Frank Halstead took charge of the
plantation this morning.
Tho now pump at Wainlua, lato
ly import- 1 from Chicago, is work
ing splendidly. It throws up six
million gallons of water daily to
irrigate the fields. I'lie pump was
stnrted n week ago hist Thursday.
Tin; im:sni:.i"s .iir.ss.w;i;.
l).lrfM to Itfulit
Washington, Sept. 20. Secre
tary Gtige and Attorney Geuornl
Griggs wore tlio only members cf
tho Cabinet pivieut nt todny'a
meeting, nud as a consnquenco tho
mooting uns informal and briof.
The Proident suggented tho no
ceasity of giving early nttontion to
niiuuiil departmental reports, sny
iug that ho desired to begin tho
preparation of his inesstigo to
Congress as hooii as practicable
He talked with Secretary Gaco at
some length as to the lines of his
ri port, but no information was
given out concerning its probable
ijcop- or character.
Svyr liitorljiinl sir-mnrr.
The new Iuler Islam! boat Ma
znmn wil1 sail from Snn Francisco
on September -1. She will mako
tho trip in id. nt ton days. Cnp
tain Godfroy u M uot como down
in charge as he 'ins boeu stondily
at work on the sti uuer einco hor
arrival in Snn Frai .ineo nnd has
Intel uo chance as yet "or a v ft oar
I'irfeK Cl Illuti Life.
Jacksonville, Flu., Sopt. 20.
Colonel William Jennings Bryan,
of tho Third Nebraska Volunteers,
will shortly rnign his commission
iu the United States Army autl
resume tho discussion of public
questions. Whon asked if tho
rumor was true, ho said: "You
might say that 1 am not so en
amored of camp life that I would
at the close of tlio Wm apply for
a commission iu tho Kogtilar
Highest Honors World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Orape Cream of Tartar P'
40 YEAP.S Trn STAN"