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A 15.CENT ADLET
in Honolulu's Live Paper
If Richard were alive
Such a Reckless Offer
Would be Unnecessary
Would bring him Steeds for
His Entire Army.
Vol. V. No. 1051.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEll 20, 1898.
Piuon 5 Oknts.
pipjftiiiiijjiiiijii111 , Jr.
EMPRESS IS CONSERVATIVE
She Feared Too Much Good Thing In
Young EmpTor Had Plans but the Plot
Failed Missionaries Appeal for
London, Oot. 17. Tho Peking
correspondent of tho Times snya:
Princo Ghing, pnuideut of the
Trtung-li Ynmau, 1ms informed
Sir Claude Macdonnld officially
thnt tho health oE tho Emporor is
improving. Ho declares that tho
Empress Dowager is not opposed
to genuiuo roform, but only to
such viol nt and impracticable re
forms as wcro hastily decreed. Her
majesty will procoedou lines more
adapted to Chinese conditions.
Tho Baptist mission at Sine
Ngin - I'll, iu tho province of
Sheii-si, Iibh appealod for protec
The Peking correspondent of
tho Dnilv Telegraph eayB: It is
said in tho highest circles that the
Emperor will ho formnlly doposed
on November 23d, the birthday of
tho Empress Dowager, and that
Princo Jung, ahoy of 13, will bo
nominated as his successor.
The Berlin correspondent of
tho Standard snys: Tho Emporor
of China was to have taken refugo
nt the British Embassy in Poking,
whonce ho would issued a procla
mation, declaring tho acts of tho
Dowager Empress void, but the
plan was diacovorod and frus
trated. nn.vTii uv piiivatk i'axnan.
III. Comrnilna I'n Appropriate Hr
tln. Honolulu, II. I, U. S. A.,
Octobor 23, 1898.
The enlisted momberw of Co. L,
Third Battalion, Second Regi
ment, U. S. Vol. Eupitieors.asseiu
bled, unnnimously adopt tho fol
1. Resolved: That wo publicly
express our doep sorrow at tho
loss of our late comrado, Thomas
Haunan, a man of most noble
traits, a truo frioud and popular
companion nud beloved by all who
know him; bo it further
2. Resolved: That wo express
our sincoro sympathy for tho sor
rowing relativos of tho deceased.
3. Resolved: That the doceosed
mot death while endeavoring to
porform tho most ohnritablo of
acts; that of saving tho lifo of a
1. Resolvod:dThnt wo express
our thanks to iffy First X. Y. Vol.
Inf. Baud for tho sorvii-os rend
ered whilo conducting tho rmnaius
of our departod coinpaiiiou to its
last resting place; nud bi it fur
ther 5. Resolved: That wo express
our thanks to MusicUu. Smith of
Co. K, Second U. S. V. Eugiuoors
for his services at tho gravo of tho
deceased; nnd further
G. Resolvod: That wo thank tho
oitizena of Honolulu in conjunc
tion with the Cndinlio Church for
their kind services Hindered dur
ing tho last rites performed for
7. Resolvod: That wo appreci
ate tho bravo deed dono by Ohas.
Thurston of Engino Co. No. 1 in
rescuing Ohas. Gortz, tho compa
nion of our departed comrado at
tho tiruo of tho acoidont;
8. Rosolved: That these rosolu-
tions bo published in tho Hono
lulu papers asking San Francisco
papers to copy.
Signed H. Van Allen,
1st Sorgt. Co. L, 2d U. S. V. E.
PrivatoTilden is with tho troops
on tho Senator. Ho is the son of
J. Tilden, at ono tirao mnnagor of
the Hawaiian hotel. It will bo
remembered that Mr. Tildou per-
' iihed in a fire that consumed ouo
of the cottages on tho Richards
etreot side of the Hotel grounds.
Iliirvry .Inliniton llrlniM th City or
Columbia Into Conr. Aualn.
Judgment is ontered for plain
till in llong Yong vs. Yau Choy,
tho amount including costs boing
Creditors of Ezra Poppletoti,
baker, aro notified to appear iu
court Friday inoruing, and prove
claims nnd elect nn assignee
J. S. Ramos by his attorney,
Ohas. Creighton, give uolico of
motion for junior of publication iu
his divorce suit against Maria G.
Alfred W. Carter, attorney for
Ohas. Notley, has recoipted for the
amount of judgment nnd costs,
$8111 S3, to him paid in tho case
of Charles Notloy and sons vs.
Kukninu Plantation Co.
Judge Perry orders a commis
sion to issue to OharlosT. Wilder
attSm Francisco for taking tho
testimony of Ohas. R. Bishop in
Wnikulani's ejectment suit against
Trustees Bishop Estate. Dickoy
for plaintiff; McGlanahan nud
Kinnoy ifc Rallou,for defendants.
The motion of tho first named
defendant for continuauco of Vic
toria Ward vs. 0. S. Deaky and E.
Peck fe Co. was heard by Judge
Porry. Mr. Kinuey objected to
continuance nnd asked that a com
mission issuo to tnko testimony of
V. It. Uastlo abroad. Mossrs.
Weaver nnd Kinnoy argued pro
nud con, followed by Mr. Ooar in
roply to Mr. Kinuey. Tho Court
orders tho caso continued for
sovou weeks from today, and that
iu tho meantime tho parties aro to
get tho disposition ready.
Liliuokalani by her attorneys,
Robertson & Wilder, makes nu
Bwer to tho suit of "Wong Qwai
for speciGo performance. Tho
grounds aro that ljot sufficient
cauro for relief iu equity is shown,
nud tho plaintiff has plain, ade
quate and complete remedy at law.
Harvey JohiiBton by his attor
ueys, Kinnoy & Ballou and Mo-
Uliinahnn, has givon notico of
motion to revoke tho continuanco
of his case previously ordered.
His roasons nro that the steamer
City of Columbia people have
rundo no raovo toward obtaining a
commission to tnko testimony nt
Pugot Sound; that sinco tho gran
ting of tho ordor J. B. .Tacobson,
ouo of tho prospective witnesses at
Seattle, hns arrived in Honolulu;
that Jacobsou can provo all tho
nllegod facts tho other witnesses
could, if cnpablo of proof; that tho
plaintiff is in needy circumstaucos,
and suffering groat pecuniary loss
becauso of the continuanco.
Coniteil to lllnir.
The bell buoy hns ceased to
give out its mourning note. It of
course rocks as much as over but
the bell remains silent. As a
cause, ouo of the pilots Iibb ad
vanced a voiy plausible thoory.
A great many Jnpanoso fish nt
night time in tho vicinity of tho
buoy as tho place is known to bo
a very good ono. Each boat usu
ally contains two men. Ono of
those sloops whilo the other works.
Itis Biipposod that the noise of the
bell bothered thoeloepers and that
thoy filed the striker of the boll
Who will contribute Shake
speare's Works to tho Y. M. 0. A?
Tho Association hasn't a copy of
tho immortal bard's works on its
Royal mikes the food pure,
wholesome and dillcleas.
ROVAl BAVIND POWDER CO., hf W VOflK
jjtfLdk Him. .. jfnV - - ..'
ONE OF THE NEW BANKS
Will Contest Mr. Heath's Efforts to Get
First National Charter.
With Roots In New York and London the In
stitution Will Be Strong Very
" You may say that word has
boon recoived by tho last mail that
tho bank is going to bo establish
ed." This information was givon by
ono of tho promotors of tho second
in ordor of public montion of two
new banks reported ns shortly to
be started in Honolulu. It was in
answer to a Bulletin reporter's
direct queatiou, and tho inform
ant continuod, saying:
" Connections havo beou secured
iu both Now York and Loudon,
ensuring the mo-it unqualified sta
bility of tho bank.
" Yec, it will be a National
bank, nnd, notwithstanding Mr.
Heath's assumed priority, the
effort will bo made to sccuro tho
First National charter.
" You are right. It will bo a
great thiug for the country to have
uow banks started, bringiug in
largo amounts of fresh capital to
devolop tho resources. Four new
sugar plantations could bo started
today if tho capital were forth
coming." waikiki Ditixic i.ici:.si:s.
Correspondence In Hi'unrd to Colonel
Minister Cooper recoived a let
ter from U. S. Special Agont Se
wall, undor dato of October 20,
conveying n notification to the
Government that Colonel Barber
protested against tho issuance
of liconses to sell liquors, beers
and so-called 60ft drinks," or for
nuy trnllio of camp followers iu
tho vicinity of Camp McKiuley
Also, that Colonel Barbor request
ed that all former licenses iu
those regnrds be revoked.
To this Minister Cooper
replied tho following -day,
stating in reply that no
licenses for the vicinity mentioned
had been granted, and that tho
trallio by camp followers was in
domestic produce, which did not
requiro n license and over which
the Government had no supervi
sion. Aftor this reply was sont to Mr.
Sowall, Mr. Ottraan, n previously
approved applicaut for a wino nnd
beor licei.se, resumed his applica
tion on tho official form. There
upon Mr. Cooper wroto to Mr. So
wall, informing him of Ottman's
application, stating where his
placo ot businoes was located
uenr the tramways terminus and
asking thatColonel Barbor, if he
had any objections to offer, would
kindly stato them.
That was on tho 22d, and noth
ing hns sinco been recoived from
oither Mr. Sowall or Cd. Barber.
At this morning's session of the
Stook Exchange the silo of 20
shares of Ewa nt 8230 was report
ed from tho street. Ewa was of
forod 'at S240 on change but 30
shnreB wore bid in at S230. For
tho now stook of tho Honokna
Sugar Co. $170 was asked. A bid
of S1C5 for Oahu was refused.
Oahu Assessable will not nppear
again on tho stock list until tho
new i'bbuo on tho 13th of next
month, Tho Inst assessment on
the stock is due nndpaynblo todav
becoming dolinquout in thirty
Ookala offered ot S97J, Olowa
luS120, Pacific Supnr Mill S245,
Waimnnalo 8190. For 1. 1. 8. N.
Co. S132J was bid.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
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ANOTium Nor.Dinu .iaii.isd.
linn nt n Chlnnmnri with n Carving
Another soldier was on a ram
page enrly last evening. This
time it was Privato Peter Ward of
tuo volunteers at Uamp Utis.
Wnrd ontered Akwai'e restau
rant on Smith street and demand
ed somo swipes. Akwai, tho Clii-
uepoclotkiu Attoruoy Humphries'
rffiuu nnd tho proprietor of tho
restaurant, annwered that ho had
no swipes. Tho soldier insisted
and Akwai poshed him toward the
Ward rushed to n tablo, seized a
carving kuifo nud started after
Akwai. Tim Ubinnman blew Ins
whistle nnd Officer Pohaku was in
tho placo in a jifTy.
The soldier was locked up, but
the trouble did not censo thore. A
number of his comrades went to
pulieo station nud demanded thnt
the man bo froed. Captaiu Parkor
told them that ho could bo bailed
out with $200. .Tho mon began
grumbling nud said they wou d
gut moro in ou nud sue if thoy
couldn't get their comrade out.
It was then that Captain Parker
told the men to move on and de
tailed polico officers to follow
them up. In enso thoy resisted,
tho ordor wns to nrreat them all.
The soldiers did move on.
Tho caso came up in the Polico
Court this morning but was con
tinued until October 28.
Tho chnrgo is nttoiupt to com
mit an nn assault. Ward was
taken out later by tho captaiu of
A Mnlillor'a funeral.
The funeral of tho late Privato
D. W. Dawson of Co. F, Colorado
recruits, took place from St. An
drew's Cathedral this forenoon.
Interment took placo in Nuuauu
uomeiory. rue procession was
headed by a squad of buglors.
Next came tho firing squad made
up .-of members of Co.. E. An
army wngou enrao next with Chap
lain Schwartz and the captaiu and
first liontenant of tho company.
Tho hearso was followed by Com
pany F. Bringing up the rear
wero four nrmy wagons to bring
back tho s ildiers from tho ceme
tery. a 1
TI11 AliuiliMii Uhiili.
Tho dnnco given by Princess
Kaiulani nt Aiunhnu last night
was a decided social success. Thero
were in all omo two hundred
Tho grounds wero decorated
with Japanese lnuterns nud the
houso wns ablazo of light. The
lauai, whoro the danciug took
p'neo, was anothor attractive spot.
Tho Quiutot club furnishod music
for tho danco.
Tho supper is described by
those who attended, as beiug one
of tho best that has boon served iu
Tim I.unt Cur.
The Inst cars of tho Kiug street
lino going to Waikiki and Palama
pass tho Anchor Saloon. Tho
ulovoroBt mixologists in tho city
aro there always to put you up
anything you may deairo. Drop
in nud tnko n drop boforoyou tako
tho car. Tho colobrated Soattlo
beor is to bo had horo on draught.
A full lino of liquors including
John Dowar'a Scotch, O. P. 8.,
otc, nlways on hand. The most
oxneting nud varied demands can
be satisfiod. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to plenso ita patrons.
lTi:.MS OP INTKUnST TO WCYOLK
Rubber Is very scarce nj iteaJlly iJvanclne In
price likycles ilrcs anj lubes, also Carriage tires
are likely to aJvance In price, 50 cents a PAIR ad
vance alreaJy on sume tires. NO ADVANCE
"The jo Inch wheel will not take the place of the 8
asalvertlsej by some manufacturer In 99, canvass
of various makers has resulted In an estimate! ot
from 1 to 10 per cent. "The Cycle Agt" says It Is
a passing faj, like the )olnch front wheel of a few
years aeo, anj the very low head of this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be followeJ out to Insure
reliability which gains an J keeps the popular favor.
Bicycles wfll be docorated, and appearance In V),
sluJeJ even by those makers who have held back
from using transfers striping, etc.. the demand Is
for decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
DAILEYS HONOLULU CYCLERY, King
street has good second hand wheels at $1;, with new
tires Jao to $25, NEW lllcycles $o 'qt model. The
Reliable htormer Wheels '98 model at $40 guaranteed
1 year, M and W tires.
Repairs of all kinds.
$1 per month keeps your Dike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street..
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LIEUT, ELLIOTT'S LUCK
Arrives In San Francisco to Find Family
Gone to Manila.
Was In Charge of the McCulloch During the
Great Dewey Fight Is Now on
Lieutenant William Power El
lintt, United StateH Nnvy, an of
ficer of Dowoy'a fleet in the bnttlo
of Manila bay, arrived in San
Frnncisco October 1G from Naga
saki, Japan, in chnrgo of tho re
mains of the Into Chaplain Thad
douB Froeman of the cruiser Bal
timore, who committed suicide at
Nagasaki whilo temporarily do
meuted. During tho actual sea fight at
Manila Lioutcnnut Elliott was iu
command of tho dispatch-boat
McCulloch, which remained out
side tho line of attack in chnrgo of
the two trnusports. llo had beon
naked by Dewey to porform this
duty in tho nbsonco of tho McCuI
Immediately upon tho receipt of
tho nows of tho groat uaval victory
in which their father had partici
pated, Lioutonaut Elliott's two
sous, rosiding at tho Occidontal
Hotel with their mothor, became
imbued with tho war spirit and
enlisted for servico iu tho Philip
pines. Ouo boenmo a Eorgcaot in
tho First California Regimont
fromk Snu Frnncisco aud eoou
wout to Mauila with that com
mand. Tho other was mado a sor-
goant iu tho California Heavy
Attillery hern anil will shortly de
part for tho Oriont with lm follow
artillorymen. A mouth ago, Mrs.
Elliott, seeing hor family practic
ally concentrating nt Mauila, de
parted horsolf for the Philippines
by ono of tho passenger stoamera.
Before sho saw hor husband, how
ever, he was on his way home to
onjoy a furlough, his sea duty
having boon comploted.
Luii" do AhrouiX nt Mtflit,
Whilo J. M. Vivos wns walking
home ou Alnpii street at about
midnight Inst night, ho mot au old
whito man in a uight-gowu, and
with slippors ou his feet. The
poor follow seomed nbout ready to
drop from exhaustion. His talk
was rambling nud Mr. Vivas mado
up his mind tho follow was in
Police hoadqunrters wero noti
fied nud tho old mnn was takon to
the polico station. This morniug
ho was returnod to tho lnsnno
Asylum, from whence ho oecnped
at about 10:30 o'clock last night.
It seems that tho poor man had
been Buffering from fevor and unit
seized an opportune moment to
llumillin Choral dull.
Tho Hawaiian chorus mot in
Foster hall last evening. Tho ro
porl of tho committeo was rend
nnd adopted. Tho name of tho
olub wns voted "Hawaiian Choral
Club." Tho following officers
wero olectod: J. L. Naono, pre
sident: J. Nakuinn. treasurer; Ku-
mnlei, secfotnry. Duos will only
bo twonty-fivo cents per month.
Rules and regulations wore passed
and thon camo singing. Tho next
mooting will bo Tuesday night at
tho saino placo.
According to San Frnncisco
papers and a. communication re
coived at W. G. Irwin &. Co. 'a, the
Australia will not arrivo until
Saturday. Hor sailing from San
Franoi8oo was dolayed until Octo
ber 22 on nccount of tho necessity
of having tho steamer drydockod
ThiB ovor popular Rainier beor
is becoming a housohold word
and "will you havo a glass of
Seattle" is moro ofton hoard than
anything olso. Tho Criterion
Saloon linvo tho beer on tap or in
w J-iili AiJrtlli' Sktiiu JBuualiij-k'3 J
IIKAbTll AT TIII2 OA.MI'S.
Local llourtl Will CnierutP With Arntr
A special meeting of tho Bonrd
of Health was held yeeterdy
afternoon. Every member of tho
Board, Surgeon Major Morris and
Dr. Alvarez wero present. Tho
object of the meeting was tho con
sideration of n communication re
ceived from Gonoral Kiug on
Tiro communication states tho
conditiouB nt Camps MuKiuley
nnd Otis and then offers thu lionrd
of II on It h tho uso of ambulances
and other con ven ion cos for tho
improvemont of the sanitary con
ditions of tho two nlnees. What
ever needed miteriul not on hand,
would be bought.
Dr. Day reported having made
a visit to tho Camp recontly. Mc
Kinloy was n littlo better than
Oti", but both were in nn unsani
tary oonditiou. Thero was no
fault to bo fonnd with tho en
gineers in Camp McKinloy. Evi
dently thoy h id followed out tho
suggestions of tlio medical mon iu
their command. Tho trouches at
Camps McKinloy and Otis wero
in a bad condition.
Dr. Alvarez gavo his experiouco
during tho typhoid fever opidemic
among tho Jnpinesn at Rahuka
eovernl years ago. Tbe same con
ditions existed. Tho samo reme
dies should be applied.
Tho Hoard appointed Geo. W.
Smith a committee to arrange for
trucks, oto., for the removal of
offenBivo matter from the camps
whilo Drs. Day and Wood were
appointed an advisory committee
to confer with tha military tnodi-
Himtilih Acrrjit Dlnni-ra mill Talk
London, O tober 1C The Paris
correspondent of tho Times says:
Tho Spanish Peaco Commission
erc, to show thoir rordialily, have
accepted tho graceful invitation of
Genoral Horatio Porter tho Ame
rican Emhandor, to dine with
him on Tuesday.
In reply to tho Spnuish stato
mout tho American Commission
ers havo declared that the United
Stntos refuses to assumi' sovereign
ty over Cuba, but would remain in
tho island to orgnnizo normal
order aud spcurity liofnro handing
it ovar to tho authority of tho gov
ernment of tho new ropublic. Tho
Spaniards, however, remark that
thero cannot bo an iuterrognum of
sovereignty nnd that a statu cau
not bo loft derelict, as such a situ
ation would bo simply annrchy.
Pnris, October 1G. General
Morritt and his staff will lenvo
Paris tomorrow for London, whero
thoy will romnin ten days ou
Iliiml m Mnk ItlHnil.
Tho baud will bo a moonlight
concurt on Mnkeo Island, com
mencing nt 7:30 o'clock tins
oveuing. Tho following noloctious
will bo played:
Overture-Tho Qtieun of a J).iy..AiIam
Helectlnii Hurry Jl'Acro Aillam
Solo nntl Chorus-Tlio Mot of My
air. n. i:iiih.
Comet Solo-Columbia Holllimuu
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection -A Huimwuy Girl
rolUii-Thu Jolly Little Jiii..T.ouveInrt
Willis Love's Old rjwvut tiong ....
TlieKtur Spangled Uaniier.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS V "T STANDARD,