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Vol. V. No. 1011.
HONOLULU, II. I., FltlDAY, OCTOBElt 14, 1898.
PltlOB 5 OENTrf.
i p ' - "- . I m a
ANOTHER CELEBRATED FMG
Geo. C. Stratemeyer's Gift to his Old
Comrades of New Jersey..
Was Flrbt Stars and Stripes Hoisted Over Hoco
lulu Custom iltusa Jerscyuicn
Rtcolv Relic Joyfully.
Year uud years before '(.3,
Geo. C. Strnleuioer, now port
surveyor i-f Ilonolutu, said be
was doubtful that ib, lie said bo
-was what St. Pun i-ni'1 tbo niHii
was who doubted if bo would
over pick ii nun npni excepting
to put Old Glo y Uf . When
Atigiiht 12, 1S(.)8. hud partly gone
and Admiral Miller lind nccom-
phr-hed Iiih historic commission of
raising the II g of tb United
Slates over ill Executive Muild
iug, Mr. Strnteineyer liad tbe
great pleasure and honor, keenly
feeling botb, of hoisting Old
Olor for tbo first time over the
Honolulu custom lmu-o.
Finnk B. Mo: tucker, tbo Col
lector Gouorul, coidially granted
tho howl's dpsir-'f Ip- faithful
subordinate to hoist n ling of bis
own purchase on the occastnu.
Tbe following day another Hug
was huustitut-d uud "tbo very
first" oama back to its owner's
bunds. Mr. Strnlemeyer.BOut this
historic relic Hnwniiau aunoxn
tion to his lirotbor, Louis 0.
Stratemeynr, living at Elizabeth,
New Jorsey, for presentation to
Hift 1 tinr'u rclil nnmriittiv (V Villi
Kearny Guard, in ton I remem
brance of bis former membri'nhip
of that colli puny. Tbe ilug whs
accompanied by a certificate sign
ed by Collector (.ieneral ftJc
St jcker, uuder tbe custom bou o
seal, attestiug its origiuul use.
It is a 1-1-fnot Hug, and, in a
letter to his brother, Mr. Str.1'0-moy-r
snid ho waoted it prese t
ed tjCo 0, Phil Kearny Go id,
Third raiment, of New -li-toey,
adding, "I often look at .i, old
company badgo and cortilioute of
tnombotship with pride."
The Elizabeth Daily Journal of
August 29 nnd September 11 and
17 has Ibnh bead articles about
this Hag. Louis C Slrrttemeypr
had it exhibited iu his store win
dow. Jt is mentioned that
be bud obtained it from
tho postmaster by the py
moot of S9.5U import duty. The
Collection Gonornl's certificate
whs also exhibited, but tbe near
est interpretation tbe Now Jersey
pundits could liYnko of Mr. M-binrk-r's
sign manual was "F. B.
M. (1 locked."
Tbo ling was sent to Major T
Hart at Camp Wwtaworth, wher
Co U was encamped, Jotep'i L.v. -(l-ii,
city editor of tl-u J uiuin
who wan a scliojlm to of tli
donor The name i- Cui ui-i
by Mr. Stratemoyo, tbo neiv
per until having raod'8l . .
liimtiolf in pnut as "a in..;, .. o
Major Do Hart, a former mom
bor of tbe company and otaohed
by promotion, made the formal
presentation of tho 11 n at Gimp
Wadwoith, at tbo n ttfiil at un
dovn on Septomber 10 Grout
eulhusinsm, accented with c ers
aud tifo and diuin, ntteii ed the
tn urling of tbo Hag. Iu tho
cource of nu tloriiiont speech Ma
jor Do Hait said: "Mttny years
ago t m donor, Geo. 0. Strutomoy
er, v i an honored active meinbir
of Co. 0, and when he left his
lioin in Elizabeth t go to Situ
Rriim-iftco the members of Phil
Konrnv nccoinpnnied him to New
Yorl; City to but turn g (ispeu on
his journey, and presented him
with u cold ring.
Tbo nows i-r iels ppoak of Mr,
atratemeyer'c imvuig ieu luu.t
lioMi 21 nr 2."5 onrs auo for iho
wpst. At the ceremony of pr -rotation
t ho Majoi rend tbonii lines
by Louis C. b rittemeyer:
TIiIn (inslnu lloHtixl, nroudly, gully
To iiiitko unotliur liollilny
O'ur tho I'UKtniu liniihu at Honolulu,
lliuwilltui Ibluiul, U. y. A.
, , ;:.u, LJ,-Jlk&dA. hAtui,U.-.
Twhm when tlicsolslanilKOiiiHof beauty,
lKu'ttmo a ji.irt of U. S. A.
Ami Uncle Sammy liad tils inun tliere
Upon that great ovontful dny!
Us duty done, this Ilug was taken
t'o lilt old comrades In Now Jersey,
And o'er with tliom 'twill always stuyl
TlilKViinhtcin of tho world of freedom
That lloatod o'or a dtxtnut nen,
Is font liv him In kind rouiemhriinco
Of nil tho boys of Company V.
in tur.r.i.v noni:s.
Ahiiii lioin Urrkvil Willi l'oly .Ivivvla
Topekn, Kns., Soptcmbor 30
Ouo of tho most maguiGceut de
uonstintions over witnessed in
r la i - State attended tho corountion
ercises hero lnut night of JMisH
Vnua Rose as LoroDa III, Queen
if tho Kaunas Harvest Festival,
and the subsequent reception ton
lered her by the Carnival Knights
.She was crowned by a committee
The tiara used in tho coronation
inor.-i.os was the fiueit over worn
u tbo United Sta'.en, over 300
j -wols being ifed in its construc
tion, ft contains a profuxiou of
ul'h'B, sapphires and emeralds,
with twenty-six nearl pondnnts
' o royal tiroes Mvas of old gold
silk, tho waitt being trimund in
rare old lace, real pern Is, rubies
and omoralds. Tbo kirt was n
mass of bends aud penrls worked
u a silk net over Id gold silk.
L'hi' girdle was of Kiyptian pat
tern u.sod in the productions '.f
the play of "Oleopalra," nnd wa
o nnpiised of various laud silks,
wiih a gonorous sprinkling of
jewels. The queen carried n scop
tro of gold.
Gowruor Loedy, n behalf of
ho Stat-1, wolc miod Miss 11 nf a
a Lti"st of tbo St'tt-, aud turned
over the kes to her. lie whs
followpil-by- Mayor- Fellows of Ibis
itj, who turned ovor tho kuys ot
tho city IVu thonoand peopl
greoted the iuen this afternoon.
Jl llnimliilii lili (. I1h lttprei.ilill
Up to Inst evouiug not a
scratch of a ptiu hid bpon recived
at the liuieau of Atincultnro from
any person on Oahu for tho pro
poser! edition of "buuFot oll.-red
tho Hawaiian Islands freo by tbe
Southern Pacific Ilailrood. Hilo,
on the other linnd, is hard at work
on an elab irately illuslnied d -scriptive
artiolo loprcsentiuc the
island of Htwau. if Hilo is to be
the only section repre-outed in
'Sunset's" Hawaiiau edition, Ho
nolulu will have un good ground
for complaint if ufW a whil more
nttoution tbnu seems propnrtionat'
is directed Hilowards. ' Advertis
ing pays will pay communities as
well as individuals.
Commissioner of Agriculture
B.ron 0. Clark has tbo matter in
Suit f.r iJtOO,
Through his att nuoys, Messrs.
Humphreys & Gear, Tim Quon, a
Uniueso mercbaut, has brought
sait ugaiust W. 0. Aohi, now on
iis way to Sun Francisco, iu tbo
sum of $500. Tho trouble U ovor
a promissory note.
Fluo Hutu In lluiiiHItu ,
Owuora of stock in llamakun
plantations should cortainly look
h tppy today. Tho Keauhou frm
Knu brought the uows this morn
ing that, on FriJay uiht, an iuoh
of rain fell iu. the distiict; tbnt
rain fell agnin on Saturday night
and thit, for a week past, oach
night has brought forth showers.
Royal uiaku the In.d pure,
ftOAl tAKIMO POWDCM CO.. Nr fOWL
.. i,"-.' ;
A FEYER HOSPITAL CAMP
Free Site Accepted from II. H. Dow on
An Ideal Location Discovered by Major Davis
and Dr. Cooper Construction
Major Davis, cbiof surgeon OU
General King's 'staff, in his quest
of a sito for a malarial fever hos
pital, was nccompiuied'by Dr. 0.
Coopor. II" found whnflioTleoni
d un ideal place in an impFovod
plot belonging to H. M. Dow,
fronting on Prospect streot. It is
high up o'i tbo south face of
Punchbowl slopes. Tho plot has
boon grided with an easy pitch
aud buttressed with a stone wall.
Its surfaco soil is mingled with
sand, which makes it got nwa
with rain easily. Tbo ground i's
well grassol nod has bo-n a play
iiouud for children s well as a
paddock for horsos. Consequout
y tho turf is .Will packed and
Mr. Dow on being nskod for
trmrt of rental promptly tendered
the use of the lot free for tho pur
pose tn-MitionoI. Muj r Davis
wan so thoroughly sattslied w'th
tbo laud and location that he
would bavo hod it on any roasont
ble tonus. Ho was much gratil'ud
with Mr. D w's gonorous oiror
It wat accept ul yesterday about
the time tho search for a sito was
published in this ptpor.
Work began on tbo hospital
camp this morning. For the
main ptviliou h iloor is being laid
woll cloar of thi ground. There
will bo auxiliary tents for oulliiin
ry nnd otlior purposes. No doubt
tho fovor patients will quickly foel
tho benefit of the clear mouutain
breezes aftor their transfer from
tho low ground of tbe general
Colllsloii on Klni; Strrrt.
Whilo Mr. aud Mrs. Slaokablo
wore driving into tho gnto of thoir
promises on King streot, near
ThomoB square, oarly last even
ing, they wero run intobv a young
llawtiian, an employe at the Cus
tom House. Tho fellow was on
horsobick. The shaft of tho Stack
ablo carriBgo was broken and tho
haruoris torn in sovoral places
Tho Hawaiian's hoise was not
hurt iu tbo least.
Mr. Slaokablo and tho nativ
both appearod at tho polico sta
tion later on. Tho 1 tttor was per
footly Bobor and said thnt he could
not see tho liijbt of tbo carriage
wntcn was touncl to bo the king
that is usually fastened on the
dashboord and throws its rays
only to the fro . Tbo nativo was
on the proper bile of tho streot.
Tho matter will not como into
court, no amicable apreomont hav
ing been made between Mr. Stnelf
able and the nativo.
Nnw Nulviitlau Army I,il ,.
Staff Capt. and Mre. M '. -weather
havo just arrived in ll
nolulu na tho Bti'ccessors f Adj
and Mrs. Simonson in o1 ur o1'
tho army work on the in un I
They have for many yea's Iu . i
as oflicorB iu tho principal cm ,.
of the States, nud have coramand
d the Florida and Georgia Dis
tricts, also for three years ha.v
chargo of the Connecticut and
South New York District. Their
Ijifd nppointmont in thoStatos was
tho 1'onng Men's Training School
of the Army, located in Oe.klaud,
California. A prnnd publio wel
come meeting will be held on Sun
day at 8 p in. in the hall, No. .'10
Nimann streot, Limit. Monroe
who helped to start the army work
in this tiy will also be prebent.
Both tho Staff Captain aud his
wifo aro goo I speakers nnd siugors.
A.11 uro invited to nttond.
Amnrion Mnenor Sorvico
Uii'Oiiio Temple. Telophono
HAVANA NOT PACIFIED
Commercial Conditions In All Cuba
Many Insurgent Sympathizers Ready to Flgbt
Unless Given Independent
Havana, via Key "West, October
C Sfx hundred men, machinists,
blacksmiths, skilled uorkiucn and
laborers, have gono on a (triko at
tho Havana arsenal, refusing to
work uulebS they aro paid fivo
mouths' nrroars of wage?. The
strike began on Mouday and no
settlement has yet beeu made.
Tho Spauish authorities con
tinue to declare their inability to
ovacuat tho island entirely before
tho end of February, 'tfho Wash
ington Government, through tbo
Vmoricnn commissioners, con
tinues to insist upon prompt ova
enntiuu. Tho Spaniard J say also,
as a reason for delay, that in addi
tion to the lack of veHBeN, a large
proportion of tin ir soldiers are too
weak aod.jll to uuderlnke the voy
age during tbo winter season.
The commercial condition of the
island, instoad of improving, Rooms
to bo at n complete standstill. The
undisguised corruption iu overy
branch f the mliuiniftr.ilion Gils
all minds with distrust. I here nre
other ouiinoui clouds ou tho Inri
znn that indicate early trouble
with the Cubans, who are now
openly proclaiming 111 ir reiuliucns
to flght to tho last drop of blood
for absolute iudepondeuce. Prom
inent chiefs in the insurgent army
havo indicated thoir intention, n
"oon as tho forthcoming elections
nre over, to como to Havana nnd
work strenuously in behalf of in
dependence. In this thoy are sup
ported by the laboring classes, or
paciticas, not identified with the
last uprising, three-fifths of whom,
it may snfoly bo estimated, profess
their intention of joiuing tbe iu
surgent rauk-i in tbo struggle for
independence, nnd to light the
Americans, if tho Inttor in any
way oppono tho nbaoluto froedom
of tbe island.
II I (J KIUUniAIIV 1IO.VII.
Will Thpo. II. DuvK'i Ailnitltril to
Judge Perry is hearing Kong
Young vs. Yau Choy, assumpsit.
Do Bolt for plaintiff; Woad for
Itu'ftBQll Colegrjve by his attor
neys, Kiunoy & Ballon, bus filed
im) amended notice of nppotl from
Judge Porry'a decree awarding
him 81000 damngeB ngaiust tbe
steamer City of Columbia.
Juduo Perry has admitted tbe
oxemplilicd copy of the will of
I'heo. H. Davies in probate, and
appointed T. II. Walker and F. M.
Swaiizy na administrators under a
bond of one hundred thousaud
o'lur Cecil Brown for peti
1 1- -ii- r, Mr. Swanzy, who wns also
present in court.
If y-m want a uico Bobber tiro
nack with a careful driver ring up
Club Sia'do Haok Stand Tel. 311),
Hid we guarantoo you will be
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS.
ITi:.M3 or INTKltlWT to iuovcr.N
nulbrr It very scarce anj -.leaJlly ijvanclni: In
price lllcycleb iln and tubes, Jlio Carriage tires
are llkelv In jjvjnco In rrlcc 50 ccnt a I'AIH 4
nnc alreitJy on sume tires NO ADVANCI
Tim jo Inch wheel will nut tike the place of the j8
n nlvertln-J by some maniilaiturer In m, ianvj
o( various makers ha resultej In an ntlmateJ of
from i to to per rent. "The Cycle Ai;e" si) It Is
a palnK faJ. like the 10 Inch front wheel of a few
ears ago, and the ery low heaJ of this yeir I'ro
portlonate strength has to bo fotloweJ out to Insure
reliability which sains anj keeps the popular faor
lllcyclet will he Jocoratri anj appearance In v,
sluJeJ even by those rntkers who haehelJ back
from uslni: transfers slrlrlnir etc , the JemmJ Is
for JeCoMilun anj Oikes will be ornaroenteJ to suit
the taste of the purchasers,
IIAIIXYS HONOLULU CYCIXRY Jl KIiib
street lus booJ seconJ hand wheels at Ji. with new'
tires $io to f i NLW lllcycles $io 'grmoJel The
Reliable Slurmer Wheels 98 model at 4t tuaranteeJ
1 ear, Aland W tires.
Repairs ut all kinds.
f 1 per month keeps our Hike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
''-"-'J- ' '- 'lll
BINGHAMTON BOYS RETURN
Marched Around the Island In Nine
Events of the Trip -Hard Luck at Walmea-
Cordially Received In Pearl City
That March from Waiatua.
Co. H, tho Biughamt n boys,
of tho Now York Volunteer', re-
turned lo camp today after nn nb-
Benco from town of nine days,
during which ti'mo they made a
circuit of tho islnnd, starting out
by wny of tho Pali", 'i'ho boys
marched through town wiYh alight
step aud iu good order, shbv'ug
overy evidence of haviDg profiieo.
by tho march. In orrlor to got a
clear idea of what tho moii did, a
daily report, furnished by one of
the mon of tbo company, is giveu
Wednesday, Oct. 5. Left camp
at 8 a. m. with 72 men and 3
wngons, tbo latter carrying pro
visions. Took tho Pali routo.
Halted at the Government Elec
tric Light works for luncheon.
Marched on to Kaueobo nnd spent
tbo night in tho schoolhouse a- d
church. It is a good thing that
this was douo as tbo rain fell at
intervals of about fifteen minutes
throughout tho night
The otlicers v o:o taken in, the
mon were allowed to pitch their
touts right ou tbe grounds and to
dig potatoes and appropriate
whatever fruit cou'd be fouu I m
tho vicinity. Hunting goatH and
wild boars was indulged in I ut
the bags enmo back empty. Lieni.
Hinmnn used up twenty rounds of
ammunition on n lava format o i,
thinking all the whilo it win a
goa. Iho chronicler of the tup
refuses to disclose the scene t ibt
moetingof Lieut. Hinuiau face u
fuco with tbo lava formation.
Sunday, October 0 LoftjHtu
ula nt 0 n. ra. nnd haltod at Kuliu
ku plantation for luncheon The
otlicers wore taken in by tlr- pl.ui
tution men aud tho wbolo com
pauy was conveyed throa milts
along the railroad noar tbe line of
march. The trip fro n that point
to Waimea was very dibagrouable.
Coming tn tho placo where the
Wuimea bridgo ought to be, no
suchstructuro whs found.The mules
wero detached from tbo wagons
aud tho latter wore rolled iio-vu n
rocky embankment nud lnulod
ncross to the othor side, l'enti
were not pitched uutil dark. Ouce
in Wairaea, the boys had a de
lightful timo. Some hunted crabs
and lis hod by torchlight whilo
others sought different mo.ls of
Moudnv. Octobor 10 Left Wui
men at 'J a. m. and marched iivo
miles to Waialun. Carapod on the
Emerson place in front of tbo old
house, now iu ruins. Four men
becamo'sick horo and were ro tim
ed to town.
Tuosdny, Oct. 11. Left Wninlua
at !) a. m. and marched 10 miles
ovor hilly laud to Poarl City.
This was tho worst day's march of
tho trip aud the first kicks among
ho boys wero rcgidtored on tho
rocks they walkoU ov r.
Uouover, tho boys forgot all
about tho unpleasant march when
thoy reached tho homo of Sonntor
Henry Wntorliouso at 1'earl Ulty.
It wns five o'clock and ths boys
wore tir dout. As thoy marohed
up to tho VY'utorhouso homo they
woro met by Mr. Wnterhouse and
invited to march right iu. Tho
'toys did not pitch their tontB but
throw down thotr cots ou the lawn.
I'horo before thorn was n table
lidou with pood thing's to ent aud
tho boys set-to work without fur
Full poscossion was given tho
soldier boyB who ro lined about at
will, fished, bathed, wont out in
boats or sat in the aha lo eatiug
fruits. Company II remained two
days in this charming' sp it ,
The boyB cannot fay enough
about the kindness shown them
irn. Arthur Wo d hid tli i-'n-e.
men taken into tbe house nu
personally nttonded to their wants.
W'dnts'lny. Oct. ID Lfft
Poarl City ut 'J n. m. nnd marched
to Mosualua. The boyB cou'd
ur.vo ncc-pttd the kind oiler o
Mr. Wat-rbousp lo navo ttiem
transported to town by mil but
they bad starred out to march
ftrouod the islaud and intended to
car.y ou' the program.
Camped ovor night at Moann
lun and loft for Honolulu at 8:30
a m. ou the 11th inst. A fine
Umo Itns been spent and tho boyB
aio in lino 6hnpe after tho trip.
Tup change did them a lot of
Cnpfuiii Hitobcock nnd Lieuten
uiU Worthing A11'! Hinmnn wvto
all mounted on gfty L'orBJ.s
COUNTERFEIT SILVER COIN'
A Bulletin reporter has soen
and haudh'd a daugeious counter
fen U. S. half dollar coin Tho
stamps ire excellout, tho ring not
It is by poor milling that is,
the lino notching on the rim nud
light woiglit that the bogus unturo
of tho miutngo is detected.
The piece seou wris unwittingly
taken by a streotcar driver, and
ho does not know who gave it
to him. It is known that n
counterfeit quarter dollar has also
made its appearand', un welcomed,
iu fare boxi'8 and store tills.
Peopo would do woll to scnu
cnio'ullv any hilver coiiiago otr-r-i-d
to tb-m. The appearance of
count -rfoits iuimedintely aft-r the
iiiiivitl of triuihoceitbic Htoaint-rs is
sugg-htivo of Pituti-Mi against
tuUtif o'casiou-s of tin sumo kind.
l)ifhoui't voyitvi'-rs b'To nnd nway
iu a f"w b urs h-vo ".'fino cluuce
to ". o" tho to ,i .T )t in "jay"
noiigh to b iIohm.
iovi:it.'ii:M' Nrnsi:uv ori:s.
SmiiPthliiK AIkmiI tli- rorii.i PIkiiihiuI
ll tlr irth
Not ninny new plants ure being
grown at tho nur-ory just now.
Mr. llnuuhs is awaitiug tbo nr
rival of boo Is lintii l'ruf. Koebola
who is now in Texas.
Sp 'ken to about the cccou plant
Mr. Iflilll'llH Kllill I hut sninn kiio.
cess bad been met with iu its cul
tivation iu Hilo but, as it had not
hoop GX'OUtMVfly tried ou the IbI
.ukIs, nothing much could be said
about it jiibt now.
Tho question was asked Mr.
Htiughi because of a statement
tnudts in tbi-i office the ether day
by a Mr. Vihtmnn who uaesod
through In-re on the Mtiipon ou
his way to tho States. Mr. Wight
ni it u brought to tho otlice a lurb'o
fruit of th- woa plant nnd stated
that spltadid suecos in the lino
of growing it wns being met with
iu Sutnon. In fuel, it wns tho
Mr. Wightumu brought n uum
bor of fruits to Mr .M.Louisson
who will soud them to hi sou,
Honry Lotiissou iu Ilumakua.
An attempt will bo made to raise
Tho woik of thinning. 9 .t tho
forest on Tuii'alus ri Igu is being
earii-donby two Portuguese who,
during tho th-ee wo-kr, Inst pint,
have cut down '27 oords ou tin
Government Innd Aftr all rx
peustB are ntid, the Government
reabz-s .'Jl.rO it tbo o ml.
Highest Honors World's Fall
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Orspe Cream of Tartar Powder.
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