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Von. V. No. 10 J.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OOTOIW5H 18, 1808.
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DELIBERATIONS IN PARIS
Philippine Question Said to be the
franco Inclined to Side With Spain Ready to
Give Up Cuba and Porlo Rico
Paris, Oct. 10. It is believed
the questions now being discussed
by tho Ponco Commission relate to
Cuba Hint the adjustment of the
debt of that island.
Tlio Pari newspapers ahow evi
dence of nnxioly in behalf" of the
Tho Matin, on Sunday, alleged
that an understanding icg'tidiug
Culm and Porto Rico was possible,
as the United States claims ovry
thing and Spain refuses nolhiim;
but tho difficulty arir-ca ou the
quo-lion of the Philippine Islands,
The Matin closed its rem irks on
the subject by otpiv-sini! the h-li-filiit
"weshillseo tho repnb
lie, which li'is jut shown here-If
to he ho brave and strong, show
herself also generous."
Ah the j lnt commissions lrwo
n t yet eo iid -red ih Ph'lippino
qu 'sli in tin Pins pipers iipdr
to Am ii ana ns making the state
m iit that toe Philippines are tin
der uuii-iilornt")!! in oidor to he
in a io-ition to nbjuro I ho Amer
icui commission to treat Spain
Too Gaulois this tunrnina re
viws the pol ti til situiliou and
declares its conclusions that "bo
tweon tho all-g-d reported pir
p is- of expulsion and the Demo
onitio opposition thereto President
MoKiuh-y atid the United States
commission will bo inspired after
all Willi tin sentiments or genero
sity w lioh are tho honor of victor
The keynote of these expres3io s
seems to have been sounded y a
Spmish diplom.it to an Am- ican
hero last week, the diplomat say
ing that tho Uui ed States should
be generous to Spain.
A diqiatch from Madrid this
morning nays tho cist of tho Cu
ban an I th Plnl'ppino campaigns
will oxceod 3,OOd,UOO,000 pesetas.
M. J lies Cninbon, tho former
French Embassador at Washing
ton, arrived in Paris today. Ho
will remain liere for two months.
Philippine Htumtilliisr lllock,
Paris. Oct 11. Tho Figaro in
an artide tiis moruiug couQrms
th stitemuiit Ih it tho Philippine
question is thu stumbling hi ck of
Lio Pmice 0 immi-sion, aud says
that the ronlv of the flrmnifth Onv.
ornment should arrive in timo for
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Police Court Note. .
In tho Police Court this for-
noon, tuo Following cases w r-
disposed of Johuton furious and
heedless drivioK, S25 and costs;
Willie Hop, larceny in tho cc
oud degree, Bix months' irnprison
inout. The case of: Geo More,
the old soldior charged with lar
ceny in tho secoed tlt,.ree, was
continued until tomonuw at tho
request of Attorney Davis who
will npponr for the defendant.
Oeo. mora In The Tvlla.
Geo. Moro is the man who was
arrerted Saturday on tho charge
of larceny in tho second degree.
Ho was identified on the street by
Mrs Hammer aud followed into
an Up Own binouu aim urieoiru
by Chester Dnvle. He was then
takon over to Mrs. Mousnrrat who
also identified More ns tho man
who entered her houee.
Moro is an old soldier who re
ceives n pension from tho Uuited
States Government. Ho has three
places of. residouco in Honolulu.
MrB McCaelin.wifoof thebook
koopor of the big Uilo commercial
etoro who arrived iu tho last Ala
meda, left in tlio Kiuau this foro
noon to join her husband.
FOR THE NEXT EXPEDITION
Assignment of Troops Made for the
Likely to be Here Next Week-Admiral Miller
Home Again Rumor from Samoa
The Examiner of tho 11th says:
Gcneial Morriara will issuo nn
order tiday designating tho Third
Battalion of tho Twouty-thiid
Unib-d States Iufantry and re
cruits for tho Second Oregoii to
depart for Manila ou tho traua
port Senator. They comprise al
together fifteen officers and G31
men. They will bo under com
mand of Msjor Ooodalo of the
Twonty-third United States In
fantry. Tho Hoard of Survey in its re
port upon the condition of the
S-Mintor, stated Hint it could ca'ry
without crowding 8"0 inon. Ou
this account it is quite probable
that General Meniam will de
siguato ono of the hntteriis of the
Ca ifotnia hoavy arlillory to go on
the vessel. In cao he does, it is
ih-'ught ho will send Batteri A,
which is uow nt the Presidio, an I
C"iiui6ts of four officers nud W.)
men. The troops will embark
probably on Thursday and will
Bail L?ndy morning. An elTort
will bo made to entry out this
On tho doparturo of tho Seua
fir there will still remain at tho
Piesidio 1713 officers and 'M'M men
who tiro to go on the Philippines
Tiny urn to be sent on th traus
ports Centeuuial, Ohio, Indiana
and Newport. All aro in port
savo tlio .Newport, winch is ex
pected nuy day. Goiieral Merri
am hopes to have tho Oenlouninl.
Ohio and Indiana lenvo with
troops between now and Octobor
NOT l'Oll MANILA.
Nfiv Slury About Oi'.lliinil'Oi ( the Itljf
Chicago, Oct. 10. The Chroni
cle says: Contrary to public be
lief tho bnttloships Oregon and
Iowa, recently ordered to sail from
New York to Honolulu, aro not
destined to rotuforco Dewey's
tleet, says Comuiodoro Albert
Kautz, tho uowly appointed com-
mnuder of the Pacific eouadron to
succeed Admiral Miller. Comruo
dore Knutz is in this city ou his
way to the racihc Const. There is,
he save, little likelihood thnt the
vessels will em to Orieutnl waters
this year. Ho dedares that thoy
will remain prart of tho Pacific
qnndrou. One or moro of tho
great ooa scourages will probably
bo maintained permanently in Ha-
wiiiian waters, readv to sail nt an
. T ... .", rsi !
iDHtnut s nottnn fnr the. 1'hilinninPR.
but tho commodoro is of tho opi-
tuon thnt no author reinforce
ments will bo necessary.
Novr Yorker Will Ittmuln.
Washington, Oct. 9. Concern
ing tho published story tint tho
Firbt Now York was ou routo to
Manila to reiuforo tho American
troops already thoro, tho War De
partment tonight mado public tho
following dispatch from Major
Royal nuluii the lood pure,
wboluooie sail dcllcUj.
ROVAl BAKtNQ POWDf M CO.. NfW VOIIK.
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General Merriam, coniuiaiidiug the
Deputment of the Paciho:
onu I'ranciscOjOct.'.). Adjutaut
Goueral, Washnmtnii, D. 0., En-
tii o First New Ynk legiment aud
lUajorijaug lit s volunteer eugiueot h
remain in Honolulu doiuu uarri-
Ailmlrnl Mlllvr lloiiio Airnlu.
Hear Admiral Miller returned
early yesterday moruiug ou the
L'lnlnuolphia and is at presout a
guest at tho Occidental, says the
Call of tho 10th. His trip to Ha
waii, where ho was commissioned
by the Government for tho ting
raising ceromonies, scus -to have
agrer-d with him imraonsoly. The
idmirnl has put ou several pounds
of lies!) since his doparturo from
this city nnd is healthily burned
"Everything was successful as
regards my mission," he said yon
eiday. "It was a simple cere
mony which went off without a
hitch. The islands aro now a part
of us, ns you havo r.-ad
theso many times. I havo naked
tho Government to relieve me
from service, though my time fo
rxiiioment does not nrrivo until
November '22. 1 do not know
whether I will go to Washitigtou
or uot. At nny rate, I am practi
cally on tho retired lift nt the
pros 'nt timo. 1 will bo relieved
by Comuiodoro Kautz, who will
irrive heroin a few days mm
lluiiiur from Sum"".
Vnncouver, 1$. C, Oct. 0. Tho
statement comes from Samoa, per
ftcamor Wnmmoo, that had not
II M. S. Ringdove bcon at Apia'
when Kiuu Malntna died thoGei
inans would have hoisted tho Ger
man ling and seized tho inlands.
Ihe rumor must be ncceptcd with
DinVrriirf In Irn Crruiu.
Thoro is stuff called ice cream
mado with milk, egs nnd glue and
sold for about 5 or 10 couts.
People buy it becauso it is
cheap, without regard to tho ma
terial used. The delicious ico
croam made by tho New England
Bakery is puro thick Jersey err am
with puro cnisli d fruit tlavors
and costs only 25 cents with a
'ni'e plato of fresh assorted cak"
or 15 cents without tho ciko.
Family trade solicited for Suu
day delivery. "-
Honry Davis picked up about
fifty sponges along the beach ou
this aido of Oahu on Sunday.
Ouo of them sent as a sample to
tho liULLETIN ollico nppears to be
of good quility tine in graiu and
with a go d degree of toughness.
Old residents say that tho fault
with native sponges has gonernlly
been their br.t'lo texturo. If Mr.
Davis can tiud the mnthor deposits
iu tho sen, ho will have a little
Klondike of his a.
Another Miirrlnsfe Hoon.
Invitation nn- out to tho wed
ding of Mms H dtluo Euehikula
ni Gandnll, daughter of John
Gaudall of Kauai, to Win, Har
rison Wright of this city iu St.
Andrew's Cathedral on tho even
ing of "Octobor 2G at 7:U0 oVloek.
A reception will bo held at th
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Honry C.
I)iir Cutth're Ahronil.
Tho dog catchers aro abroad
again anu canmo pets round roam
ing tho slroets without the re
quisite tax tags, will ho immediiite
ly lncsoed nud takon to tho dog
pound. A largo uumbor wqro
capturod this morning.
Twenty-Two New Membere.
Tho Kilohaua Art Lenpuo hold
aspecial raeetingTueBday afternoon
for tho eleotion o twenty-two new
membrs. Tho annual meeting
will tnko plnco in a fortnight.
To In.pect I'lnntetluni.
Dr. O. A. Peterson loft in tho
Kiuau for Mahukona this morn
ing. Ho will spend about three
weeks making a tour of tho plan
tations o Hawaii and will rotum
to Honolulu by way o Kau.
Wheels rented; J. J. Richard
son Hotel slroot.
THE FIRST NATION L BANK
Promoters Bogln Early to Get
Fletcher S. Heath of Niw York Talks About
th? Project Avenue for Paying
Tho Oill of tho 10th "says:
Whou tho Gaelic lonves this port
tomorrow rln will have ou board
tw local b inkers bound for Ha
waii. Upon thoir arrival a bank
will ho established in Honolulu,
whieh will bo odlejl tin First Nn
lionnl Bank of Hiwiii, with a
capit iliz ition of 81,000,000.
At presont thore is stopping nt
tho Palnc Fletcln-r S. Ilnath of
New Yjrk. Mr. Uoith is the
lepresontativo of bomo verj
wealthy O t'lamities, who, ti get
In r with the locd b inkers, whis
nauiHs are withheld lor tlio prs
eut, and a few well kuowu H.iwai
inu business men, ure at the bot
tom of tho lno ii numtioii. Air
Heath said last u ghl:
I "The imp.i tun-of th estalish-
meat of tho Fust Natiounl Jimik if
greater thmi it nt tir-.t h imii
Siuce the Hiii.exa lou of tin- ishrnds
the Unit d States ns a G ivern
meut has nildenly do .'
liusinrss rolnlions iith Hawnii
w hieh can b t rn s cte 1 o ly hi
means of a quasi g vcrutnouta'
agency. At i resent t1 is conntrj
' nnnot deposit its up ney with in
private banking institution. Tlii-
itticul'y will ho soon c bv.nted in
Hawaii upon thoeetnblishinout ol
the tntionnl bunk. Then in- , j
master of the United St i tr o
may deposit tho money witn tl
natiounl bank aud iu fact tin
bank will bo a quasi-nge of it..
(oV'Tiimont iu all its Hawaiian
iihinef8 r lations."
Mr. ILnth w Mild not disc'o-e
tho names of the p .rt es intero;ted
IVnnl Annllirr t'liolliull (lump.
The mauHgor of the Penuslvn
nia footb'ill team has ngreod to
play auotliorgTirno with the Town
boys. Tho Pennsylvania boye
will lenvo next week to that t is
Saturday will bo tho only day
poff ible for a gaiuo.
There is, howevor, a stumbling
block in th inn. The l(e.-imnnt
and Now 1'ork lt-niment bn'ebull
teams havo agreed to plsy a game
at that time. However, the two
tjaius Bhould be willing to pot-t-pono
their name a wn-k in order
to give the football boyB tho only
jhauco thoy havo for a return
It is hopod that Al Moore, enp
tain of tho Regiment teniu, will
see lit to do as sugg-sted.
riiuuifn or ICnulnrrra.
Soeond Enuiueor Fertjuson of
the Jhiiics Mhkoe Iims been made
chief of the Wnialealo and Win
MuCord has been put iu hs -econd
en ineer. Chief Plntts, formerly
of the Waitileiild, is uow chief cf
Onrdnnr K. Wilder has gone
1 mcl to Hilo.
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS.
lTi:MS OF INTIMtlNT TO HICVCLK
RuHwr Is vtry narce anJ stMllly aJvanclns In
rrke. Illccle tlrci anJ lube, also Omlaee lltes
are likely In aJvance In price 50 cents a PAIR d
Wmi jsCi,Jy on lome "r" NO auvancu
The )a Inch ulieel will nut lake the place o( the 8
asaJiertlseJ by some injnulacturrr In 99. canvass
l various makers has resulted In an estimate.) nl
from 1 to 10 per cent "The Cycle Ace" says It Is
a passing la), tike Ihe io Inch front hl of a few
ears aco. an) the very low heal ol this sear. Pro
portionate strength has Iu ho followeJ out to Insure
reliability which Kalns anJ keeps Ihe popular favor.
IllOilrswIII be Jocorate), an) appearance In '.
sluJeJ een by those makers who have helJ back
from uslnij transfns strlrlnj,'. etc , Ihe UemanJ Is
for decoration anJ Hikes will be ornamented to suit
Ihe taste of the purchases
BAILEYS IIONOt.ULljCYCLr.KY, a) Klne
street has Rood second hand wtuel al $i, with new
tires $ In $jj NI.W Whiles $,0 'Q7 mje The
Reliable btorme r Wheels o3 model at $40 euaranleed
1 year, Aland W tires.
Repairs of all kinds
$1 rir month keeps your nike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Strep,.
I'uoOHaitTrniiii.lrrnyi'il nn I'.llhrr Slilr
of IJrctiiiviit Cir.
T. U. Sohtinck sueil Minna
Cn mmor fo dibt nud judgment
wss given for d- fendant by Judo
Ferry. Plain. i IT appeals to the Su
P' uie Coirt
Judgo I'orry has approval tho
aerouuts and gianted the discharge
of A. U M Rotioi t-ou, as admin
istrator of th'.ftito of Kuanale
wa. Mr. It bertsoii's oral appliea
li n, to hhvo Ntinokuoha the
father ap oiirol guard ihii of the
minor e.lnl Ir ii, wis also granted
up u a bond of $100.
Iu tho (10' i.f S. Ahmi vs.
EI. Holmes, trustee, nud ten
oilier, Judge P. rry has render
ed an oial deoi-ion Fu-taiuiut.'
Ihe il mumr to ih. pl-vi iu bir of
ilofendiiuts. It is a suit i : nj cl
an ir f r premise nt Uoro nnia
and Eiuina slioetH. Dofenlin Is,
by ih ir wind- Imtt dion of OiMlll--el,
noted i'Si'i ptions to the rulinu
if t 'O C vut. Ilumphrevs it
Hour, Kniilukoii ife IvMiienkun, E
Join S in and Ij A. Tltltrpt 11 np
iini"d o" plain'ilTs aud Mig u
t Silliuian, Kiuu y it I al 011,
Co'Ml lirown an I Hdn-.tsou it
S ildor f r h dfoiduits. The
earns aro fairly enough divided
in weight '0 se tie tho hiii s by 11
rgul u lug-pf-wur iiia'ih.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It is learned, at this end o tho
line, 11111' Mr. lliMih is or lv rel-
IllgatSiII FlULl'IBfO Oil his 1VH)
to lb no'iilu.
A lien leiunn as seen by a
Muli.i;tin 11 poller who aekuowl
deed ih it he liiid teueived h t.U
t. r, by the prei us mail, fr m
ome uoy noting ou Mi. 1 1 -u t li'rs
The letter-t-tol that Mr. Heath
was o Mil tig heie. It sl-o gave nn
iiiiilin of the H'diome, but Ibis
part boiug 0 Militeniial cannot be
.liven out f r publi ation.
S. M. Diinoii, Minister of Fi-iinno-and
ln'n 1 of tho banking
hous(of I5i-liopit Co., wa f p d:en
to about the inattor and gave his
piiwito viev of il freoly, siying in
"Cipital in just whit is wa-ded,
to develop tho c 1111 try and mak
bu-iuBs. I Inive no oiijection in
(lie world to f 1 oi g n new hank
estab'ished here. Sa, with a
capital of a mi'lioii d dUrs.
"Of course it would in iko com
petition keener, and in it. lit prob
ably lowor the ra'o of interei-t.
lint it would make more husi
U03s." Mr. D 1 nou laid einphn-is
on "morn." "It wmhl dovelop
thocounny, aud that is just what
we all want done "
I.uriilntr t" Write.
The Attorney Gouersl has learn
ed to sign his name with nis left
hind siuod hs had his nuht arm
hrokeii. H stves exertion by
initialing his first, ntuo, thus,
"W.O Suii'h," hisuaunlsignntn o
hein "Will mm " The left-haud-ed
signature looks in itvlo like
that of old Hoprtius to the Declar
aiiou of ludepondoiioe. It is nn
improvement, huvoer, on tho
"Ins X iiinik" with which Mr.
Smith has had to sigu somo doon
No O-lilin-t llecUHMie.
Miuio'cr Kiuu is under tin
weather, but bettor than yester
day. Tho other three membors of
tho Cabinet held an iufoirnnl con
voraaziono over sundry matters
this in irniug, but reuistoro) no
i'0'iolusions. It is hoped Mr.
King will be ouLJonrirrow. If
bo, a regular Cabinot meoting will
Tho uso o the Singor in mil
lions of homes showB tho unpre
cedented buccoes of thoeo ulenl
sowing mauhiueB. It is convinc
ing proof that tlio Sincer excels
in nil kinds of family sewing and
art uoedlo work. All our cowing
machines are of tho host construc
tion, beautifully decorated, aud
are mounted on solected woods in
finely litiiahi'd cabinets of nrtiatio
designs. 13. Ueigoreon, agent, 1CJ
FIGHT OF THE REFINERIES
Keeps Sugar Down but Conditions Pro
mise a Better Future.
Beet Shortage Estimated at About the Amount
of Hawaiian Crop Buyers of
Reflned are Timid.
Sugar, nt latest telegraphio ad
vices, was four and n quarter
cents. Tho trouble, is with ro
lined, arising out of tho fight be
tween the Tiustnud independent
loGneries, us previously r ported
in this paper. A heavy shortage
in beet sugar, howovor is report
ed which can hardly fail to
htrpntithen the market beforo long.
By the conrt-sy of E. D. Ton
ney, th f lhtwhij; ndvico to Ccs
tlu A Cool.o, L d., from New Y'ork,
tho latent prior to the doparturo of
the steamer Gaelic, aro given
On the 7th there was a salo at -1
7 Hi cents, but or only a portion
of a cirgo tiubold. llio quotation
is bI ill ll cents.
Ueot-, fls. i)d. per cwt., nnd lato
estimates of present seaeon's crop
will be from 1 t),0()0 to 250,000
t ii short of lust your.
Refined c mtii ujs to bo iu con
dition of urylow piioffl aud tho
demand if limited, bin era being
afiaid to flock up until thero aro
mure setthd conditions.
mo Mi'.HOiMii.i: Di:,u
Tun I'lipiilX)- iiiiiii; ?len Alllsely Ihi
ter In) lltmhii'iia l.tr...
Today one of the largest mer
cantile houst'H in tho city changed
owneiship D. H. Smith lolin
tiutshed nil proprietary iuteresta
in tlio Manufacturers' Shoe Com
nniiv on Fort street to W. n.
Smith nnd W. F. Love. Tho denl
hns been undor way for sevorul
The Manufacturers' Shoo Com
pany is tho lamest ehoe house on
ho Islands. It was built up to
its picseut enormous proportions
bj iho un'iriug industry of D. I).
Smith, who at all times Bold reli
able goods nt reu-onaule figures.
Tho i ow lunuigeiuoiit will be no
tuated by the eamo business prin
ciples. -fl.ith mombors of tho now lirtn
are well and favorably kuowu in
tho community. Mr. Smith for a
number of years had been sales
man in Mcluoiny's shoo storo.
His ulTability nnd efficiency havo
mado him a hort of friends.
Mr. Lovo retires nun Jus. P.
Morgan's auction rooms. Ho too,
is very popular with Iho young
aud prnu'ressivo mercantile olo
ineut of Honolulu. Ho is also
thoroughly conversant with tho
leather business, as he wis form
erly a clerk iu the houso in which
is low one of tho pr ipriotors.
Mr. D H. Smith bus amassed a
competency. Ho will shortly visit
Cilifornia where ho will spend
soveial weoks at Uartlett SpriugB,
Lake county, and othor resorts.
Honolulu MessongorServico do
livers mVssages nnd packages.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Oold Alcdnl, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder.
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