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Vol. V. No. 1052.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1898.
Piiioe 5 Gents.
BRITISH PACIFIC CABLE
ARIZONA AND YALENGIA
L0WR1E CHANGES PLACES
THE HELTH OF THE CAMPS
Wf JHHnBHHHHHMMNHP!H4HIMPflHB!i!PiBfW, P1mPHb
PRESIDENT IN CHICAGO
MigaiQcent Ovation al tlio Great Peace
Responds to Repeated Calls for Speech-Arch'
bishop Ireland and Mayor Harrison
Ghicnjjo, Oct. 18. Fivo thou
oand poplo piokod w.ilbiu the
walls of the Auditorium witness
ed, the formal lanucbiug of the
pence jubileo today.
PopuUr ovHtiona grcoled the
President's party on nil sides.
Mnyor Harmon .delivered the
nddro s of wohorue. Following
Ar. lilitshoii Ireland of St. Pnu
C'lve n pairjotionildress.
J-dgo Emory Spoer of Georgia
followed with tlio closing mi dress
At tlio conblusiou of Judy
SpeerV address, whii-h crmaludnl
tbo progintntne, there wen loml
cnllB of ".UoKinley, MoKinl-y!"
The. President lint risen uud whb
jus' about t 1 -ive tint box, hut he
turned it ud camolmuk to the front
H united for n moment until ox
G ivernor Richard Ogelsby
brought ttiR Hsseiuhlaao to i-mue-
thing reHombling quiet. Then
the Prositl nt spoko hs tollows:
My follow-oitizons: I hnvo
boon deeply moved by this do
mnnstru i u. I havo bo-n deeply
tnuchod by tlio woids of pittrio
tisin that h-ivo b3on uttored by
dirtiuuuished geutloiuen eo elo
quently in your presence It in
gratifying to' nil of us lo know
that this hnn never censed to bo a
vviirof baintiiity. The Inst shin ilt
went out of tin tmruorof Havana
before war wns deolarnd wa-i an
Araoricnn ship Hint tmd token In
the. Buffeting people of Cuba sup
plioi fuiniihed by American obn
rity. Aiplnus-j. And tlio Grnt
ship to i-nil iuto tlio harborof Snu
tngowts nuothor Atnc inn ship
beiu i g food supplies to tilt) cuffor
iug Cubans Applnn-o. Audi
am pure it is tlio universal prayer
of American eitzens tluit justice
and Immunity mid oivilizaiiou
shall ch-sracteriz'i tlio fiunl settle
rnont of puc, a they Imvo dis
tinguished tbo progress of ttio war.
rjAppI at .
My countrymen, tho curronts of
dostiuy llow throu.h tho honrts of
the pople. Who will check
thorn who will divert tnem, who
'will s'op them? And tho move
ments of mou,' planned nnd de
signed by tho mntor of met), will
nevor be interrupted by tho Amer
Another Holdler Ilcail.
Lester McCarthy of Co. A, New
York Volunteers, died a' the mili
tary hospital yesterday nft m-uooii,
tbo coraplnint being typhoid fover.
Deceased wns a young man and a
native of Albany.
The funeral took plnco from St.
Andrew's Oithodral this moruine.
thu R'v. Carl Schwartz, chaplain,
offiuintiug. Tho New Yoik Regi
moot band hen led tho funeral
procession to Nunanu cemetery.
Tl.r ... .- .ll 1 ...
j.uw ui my mjumi, rjnu uenrers
wero men from Co. A. Tho re
mainder of tho compuiy brought
,ap tlio rpar. Throo carrinoea con
tainiug Indies of tho Uonnlulu
sited (Jrojs aooioty, followed tho
jromainB to tue comolory.
' ChMlitnira Acrvuleil If
I Honolulu 10-27, 38, Mr. Silvn'e
terms of acceptance for tho ten
mile, time limit, bicyolo raco enn
xiot bo accented. "Wo may look
eaBy, us Now Yorkers, but we
want to know what wo nre going
ocainst. If it is a IovpI course wo
shall bo pleased to mnko arrange
ments but as to coasting down hill
for ton miles, wo hnvo apy quantity
of girls at homo who could do that
and win. You will havo to rido
t(io race on its merits.
HAIUIY E. ItlOHAIlDHON.
Co. E, 1st Iteg. N. Y. V. Inf.
The Question Answered Respecting Who
Blocks the Project.
Physical Obstacles Now Proved Easily Sur
mountable The Admiralty Charged '
with Delaying lh' Scheme.
Clnrfos Bright, F. R. S. E., an
Hivors tbu qtietlion in tho Fort
uijjitly Review. Gonforonco nft-r
confeonco has favored an all
British cable across tho Pacific;.
Thanks to tho enerry of Sir Snnd-
ford Fleming and Canadian states
men, all physical obstaclos nro
tiow pioved to be easily surmount
ablo. Eveu tho Col mini Ollico
conference of 1800, after carefully
oxnming experts during a tix
mouths' eossiun, adopted "a report
on Iho wholo in favor of tho all
Uritirh i'acino lino." Yet no steps
owatds rrnlizitiou havo yot been
taken and why ? '"Tue auswer,"
Miy Mr. Bright, "is becauso the
Admiralty reported nguinst it, thus
aff tiding tbo tioasury a loip
liole. The Admiralty nppoar
to havo takeu this stop
in viow ot the toiuptiug Unit otter
oil them at that moment by tlio
allied telegraph companion op
poed to tho PnoiQo schomej of
connecting up tuo important tmv.il
stations, in tlio eourse of another
tiropoiod 'oll-Biitish' Hue. Hav
ing in nfind the improbability of
tuo Treasury taking up both
Hcbonios, tlm Admiralty was of
opinion perhnps, naturally, Irom
their immodinto point of view
(lint lio prufarnnco should bo Dlr-
en to tho route via Gibraltar,
Aocnuoion Bnd St. Holena." How
the A Imiralty can dofond strateci
cally a cnblo which ruus rinht
into tho midst of our enemies'
8-ns as this Gibraltar St. Holona
lino must do wo fail to under
stand, it would ha difficult to con-
omvo a lino which more complete
ly camo with'n tho assertion
Lord Wolfeley once rando in ro
ferenoo to the Mediterranean and
RudSea cablo, thit ''to dopeud
on lines fo plncod id no- only uu
wis but suicidal" Thov would
be out by the foreigner at the very
outsot ot war Aud then? Tho
nll-Britirih Pacific cable is free
from uearly nil such risks. It
wonl 1 ba in doop wnter, in the
open broad ocean, far awav from
o'hor European p)wers,and would
hnvo but few ouds all of which
oould bo kept strictly under Brit
(ii:m:iiai. mswn notus.
Georgo Gould nnd Calhorine
Uleramons havo linen married.
John Boiifield, Cliioago inspeo
tor of police who made n record in
tho Uaymaiket riots is dead.
A despatch to tho war depart
ment says the Indian uprisiug in
Minnesota is prncticuily at an
A Madrid dosnatch savB an
American syndicate is boing
lormou to uuy up uuba's apanish
Reports that Admiral Dewov
has attacked a rebel fleet in thu
Philippines aro not confirmed at
Koya! makes the lood pure,
wbolctooio aail dellcUai.
qai tiktttn prMffjf eo., ufw tot
Troopships Arrive from Manila and San
P.rst Washington Volunteers and'Batterles "A"
and "B" Artiona Had Accident and
Also Buried Man at Sea.
The whistles announcing tho
sighting of tho troopship Valencia
from San Francisco nud tho Ari
zona from Mauila, blew qtrito
closo together this aftornoon.
The Valoucia nrrivod beforo tho
Arizona and linuled up in tho di
rection of tho uptowu wharves, at
ono of which sbo will dock as soon
as ro )iu can bo obtaiued.
Tlie Valencia lins aboard, tho
secoud battalion of tho 1st Vnh
inutou Volutit'ers as woll ns Bat
t-rio-i A aud D of tho Califoruti
Heavy Arti lory. Thore are iu all,
171 oulisted men and 8 officer i
in onrd. Tho detiil of troops
nlioirJ is as follow:
Lieut Col V J Fife, command
Oapt Wm M Vau Patton, Aas't
Wm O Taylor, Acting Ais'tSur
geou. Siadworth O Baaitey, Acting
Co L Captain Joseph M Mooro,
First Lieut Jotm E Balluiue, Src
oud Lieut Cbas E Nosier nud 81
Co.I Oapt WraB Buffum, First
Lieut Morrow O Gintio, Secund
Liout IhomDS 13 S Hart aud 93
Co. F Oipt Chester F Miller,
First Liout 0b-8 A Booker, Secoud
Lieut (leorgo 11 iorr nud b7 cu
O.i. G'-Cnpt Max F Ellrioh,
First Lieut V V Rinohart Jr, Sec
oud Liuut Win E Weiglo nud 91
Battery "A," First Battalion
California Heavy Artillery Sec
ond Lieut Joseph B Morse, coin
uiandiug aud Seoond Lieut John
F Luces (Battery "D") nttaeuoJ.
I'hero nr.i 100 enlistod meu.
, Hoipitil stoward Freomnti K.
Hunt, First Washington Volun
teer Lifautry in command of lloi
pital corps composod ol tho folio v
iug: Privntos James G. Baiber,
Alhort J Buriows, Frank Lnw
renco aud D wight II Blaisdell.
Commis'iaiy Sdrgeaut Gairot
O'Re.lly, U. S. A.
The Valencia is in command of
Captain Jainus M Lauo. Thu
crew cousirti of CO mon.
Tho troop-hip Arizona, Cnptain
Joliu Haruessoj coinmandiug,
oitne in aflor iho Valencia Hiid an
chored Ewa of tho lighthouse.
Ilia At Ls inn sailed from Manila
October 2. Sho went to Hong
kong for nlight repairs and It ft
there on t' o 12th. After loiviug
thnt por thero was an accidout
wtiich niu o it decoduary ioi u
now valvo to bo put iu. This
caused a delay ot nino hours.
Fine wenthor wns met.
Tlie Arizoua brought back
eleven regulnts and tuo volunteer
soldiers. Fiftoen in nil Htm Ud
from Manila but Private Douluu
ot tho 14th Infantry died and was
buried ot boa while- Sergount
Lowis of tho sarao e Jinnmud, wan
left in Hongkong on account of
illuoes. All tho men ii-turiiiug
are oither discharged or tluir timo
Tho Arizoua left Honolulu Sep
tember 11, ariived in Manila on
the 27lh, discharged cargo iu five
days and startod back October 2, a
She Avill toko on the Camp Otis
men hero ano return to Manila as
soou as possible.
At tho inquest over tho stoamer
Mohogan's victims, tho survivors
spoke in highost terms of the
bravery of tho sailors and their
porsonal uaorifioos to save tho naa
seugora. Ono pnssongor stated
there was not mi nfftnnr m. i,n
dock whon tho crow wore nt work
on the hoats. Capt. Griffiths and
Ills first ntlieer u-nrn nn tlm lir,M..,
M .il.n.., ;.. 5i.. "
u umuio iu signi.
His ANe Management Transferred from
Dons by Hew Directorate at San Fanclsco
Agency Transferred from 11. Uackfleld &
- Co. lo Alexander & Bildwln.
"Tho effect of tho now owner
ship of tho Hawaiian Commercial
and Sncnr Company's Block made
itself fult yesterday at n meeting
of tho board of directors whon
novoral changes in tho manngc-
mont of affairs in tho islands took
place," says tho San FranciBco
Call of October 19. "The most
imporlaut of these, especially in
viow of the statements which hnd
boen sot afoot that tho now re
gimo wonld bo unnblo to conduct
iho olantation iu tbo snmo effici
ent miuuer ns before, wns tho so
loct on of a superintendent. The
tdioico of tho directors foil upon
W. J. Jjfiwne, who lins lllletl o
liko position on the famous Ewa
plantation nnd who built it up to
its present satisfactory condition
Mr. Lowrio is a Scotchman, about
52 yoan of ago, aud has spent
most of his life iu the direction of
tho Ewa property.
"Another chaugo mndo yoster
day was a substitution of the firm
of Alexander &, Bid. I win forHnck
fe!d as tho Honolulu naeutofthe
Hftwnjian Commercial and Sugar
E 1). Tonnoy, of Cnstla &
Cooke, nu peiug shown tho Cell
't"m,snid it was correct. lA .
Lowrio uouJd go lo Spreokolvil
I'ho mntter of his succe?eor'nt
Ewa wns not yot docidod. Thero
whs h man iu view to succeed Mr
loo.Iale, the now mannger of
Wni'iliifi, iu tho mauagomont ot
Ouomen. Uulil tho mau accept
ed, it would not do to hnvo him
appointed through tho uows-pnpt-rs.
ASIC I'OIl THIS FI.AU.
JlUa Iletry Atknl to llrlurii tlie
Now York, Oct. 19. A Louis
villo (Ky. Hpcci 1 to. the Horold
s'tys: Ex-Qucou Liliii'ikalani has
mndo a domaud upou MisH Anna
Berry, daughter of Congressman
Alliort S. Berry of Nowport, for
the roturn of tho royal Hawniiau
tlag which formerly waved over
her palaco in Honolulu. Tne
(lag, with othor prnporly, was
seized by tho Provisional Govotn
mout. Whon tho party of Con
gressmen wont to Hnwaii boforo
an iexatiou Mr. Berry, who wns a
mombor. took his daughtor with
him. Presidout Hole met tho
vivacious lady and prosouto.l to
hor tho llag. Tho flag wos mndo
by Mrs. Malia Kahai, who pro
honted it to ex-Qucou Liliuoka
liini. Hor nnmo U writton in ink
hi tho upper stripes of tho ling.
Miss Berry says sho will not part
with tho flag, despite all of tho ox
Queen's domands for it.
a a !- a
The Bulletin is a newspaper; it pub
lishes the news.
ITIIMS OV INTKIWST TO IUOYOLK
(ubber it very scarce anj steadily advancing In
price lllcyclei tires anJ tubes, also Carriage tires
are likelv In advance In price, 50 cents a PAlH ad
vance already on some tires. NO ADVANCE
The )o Inch wheel Vvlll not take the place ot the 98
as advertised by some manufacturer In 09, canvass
of various makers has resulted In an estimated of
from 1 to 10 per cent "The Cycle Ate" says It It
a passing fad, like the to Inch front heel of a few
years ago, and the very low head of this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reliability which gains and keeps the popular favor,
HUycles will be docorated, and appearance In 'qq,
stuJed 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.
I1AILDYS HONOLULU CYCLCHY. 11 King
street has good second hand wheels at $ts, with new
tires m 10 aj. m.w uicycies io or mojei. 111c
Reliable Stormer Wheels '98 model at $40 guaranteed
1 sear, M and W tires,
Krpalrs ol all kinds.
Si rer monlh keeps your Hike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature al
231 King Street.
GEN. KING TO GEN, MERRIAM
Reports on Yarions Matters of In
Says Lieut. Keiriara Is Model Officer acd
Was Not Drunk Another VIsw of
Mai Hal Law Raciit.
Mijor Genoril Morrinm has re
coivo I tho official report of Briga
dier Gonernl King, commanding
at Honolulu enys tho Cnll of tho
19th. It contnks muck interest
ing data concerning thol ealth aud
discipline of the tnopp, find an
account of tho recent ditdurbnnco
that occurred bttween tho soldiers
and citizens. Tho report complete
ly exouciates Lieutenant M?trnm,
son of General M rainm, who was
oported to havo born ntidcr the
iutluoncoof liquor nnd lo hnvo be
haved in n mnunor uuliecomi) b
an officer and a gontlomati. Thu
following is that tho poitinn of
Ueuotal Kinc s report luluting to
up tho Manoa Valley havo ceased
entirely. Only one uufortntmto in
' idout has occurred. On Monday
veiling last, tho men having been
paid dutiug tho day, I hail in
structed tho provost ronrtJinl to be
iu town with n dozen mounttd
soldiers to arrest members of th
command who might be crentiny
Tho officer had boen moat effi
cient in suppressing lnwlessnoss
iu tho suburbs, but on this ocea-
011 ho onnenrs to have uomnlote-
ly lout 113 bend uud hIso to hive
iuvolvcd the junior nid-i.lt -camp on
my stnff. Tho former had a fr icns
w th a merchant sui o . Tho iyiii
pa hios of the crowd were against
tho officers. Thero were jeore aud
thrcntp, and it scorns that Lientou
aiit Wheelock nrdorod th.t streets
denied, rodo off in purau t of a
gnng of sailors who wore cursing
him nud left nu intxprienced m c
Obd lieutennnt to execute his onl
ors. Tho Town Mnrslial (Bionu),
a 111 nu of mnrked fairness and in
'elligenco, nsstirfB mo that his iu
fnrmnuts told him that Lieuteunut
Meiriam was not drunk, but inert
ly kept tellinc pooplo to move on
or off nnd unfoitunxtoly iibserting
that it wns "martini law."
I was awakened after midnight
by Commnuder Tnuosig of the
navy, with n hurried report that
martial law wis being ouforro I by
Lieutennnt Morrinm. 1 sont Cap
tain Saxtnn to tho scone to stop
tho trouhlo, nnd, if ueutBenry,
plnco tho officer under arret-t 1
was dressing ns rapidly ns 1 cool t
whon tho cup ain returned, report
ing ivorylhiuu quiot nnd bringing
th- officers with him.
Aftor investiuatiou tho follow
ing day I "held Lioutenant Wheel
ock responsible, rolievedhim from
duty ns jirovost ranrshul ami sent
him to his regimeut. J ho civil
authorities announced their in
tontion to tako nctiou, and I ex
pected thorn to do bo. They mot
two days Inter and decided not to
Gonoral Morriam is alco in re
coipt of n privato communication
from Gouoral King in which ho
expresses his highest regaid for
Lieutonnut Morriam, who, bo
states was not druuk nnd who is n
model youug officer.
Unirnirenieiit In High Mfe.
Antworp, October 18. ABpecial
dipaloh from Tho Haguo lo tho
"Etoilo Bolgo" stdos that Iho tn
gagement of Quo?n Wilhelmiua
of Holland to Prince WMinm of
Wind will trhortly bu officially nu
Tho Coroners Jury in tho Han
nnn-Alohiken is in session this
afternoon. It looks as of tho Gov
ernment will bo blaraod fur defec
tive olectrio system which caused
the donth of tho two men.
Colonel Earter at rirst resets inU
Visitor Toard or Health lienb-s to h) Cusftv
An Eirl ail Am'cab'.s Sett
tnent In Frosftct.
Attorney General W. O.
Su il i, paid a visit to
Camp MeKinby yesler.lny afl
ernoon. His roo pt.ou by Coh
nol Barber was very cool, to ear
Iho least. Tho gillant commnuder
intimated to the guar inn of lioillh
thnt the military authorities could
liHiid o tho problems out then
It lins boeu uoticsd by (ho Board
of H-alth thnt at tho Engineeeraf
enmp, wlrre thero whb no tiols-u-s-,
dry etrth wnsustdiu tho
waste reeepticloi. At Camp Mo
Kitihy a bubbly earth wnB osetl,
and nt Cimp O.ih snud -neither
of which wns much b-itor thin
loose stones. Mr. Smith's u nn
mouts ou tho eoulilioiis were met
with very warm wi rJi from OjI
This inorninu Mr. Smith, along
with ono or two other inembeis ot
theBou'd went out to th CHmpn
mill tiimmittee of tlie Biard of
Henlth. Tney wout r uud to iu
epect tho i laces btfore p-ijiug
their ret-petts t-i ihe gur'ifon com-inaud-r.
Wo a Qunlly, theymti.
Colonel Biirliu ihey utlduu t
temUil talk ui h him.
Tho Co onol spoko of a
groat powwow tilts newspaper
liMtl been mnkiug over Iho
a IT .lira ol the yuri'ioon. nnd sug
uisted that tin) U verumenk
controlled tho utteripc of ilia
I ress Mr Smnh d en'm-ed his
iiiiud of tho idea tlii.t 1m newtf
papers wvre umlur the o.iutrol of
The committee emphin'zrd tho
fact thht tho Boaid of lln'tli wm
uot seeking o Hft-umo ni.y unduj
authority, but only wi hid tn
Hssist iu sauitniy iuhmi-tires for (ho
mutiinl protcrtiou tit th military
hiul tho ouuido community. They
had rouio there nu the mtliorily
of n letter Irom Gnernl King.
Tho conference end. d pencs
fully oiKiUrih. There will bo A
meeting of the Board of Health
this afternoon, when, it is hopol,
the affair will bo arranged
ainienbly All of the correspon
dence will be openly produced.
NATIONAL BANK RIVALRY.
A loiter hns been received from
a mnn in thooppositi in to Fletcher
Heath for tho First National
Bnuk charter. It says among
o'her things thnt Mr. Hoath has
not received his chatter, and oin-
not roceivo it until the Hawaiian
territorial laws aro pnscd. Tho
promoter at this ond receiving tho
iotter hints tljnt thero iniyhoa
coiicolidntion of the rival int resli.
Miss Annie Harris aud John
Hiram, a laborer in the Honolulu
Iron Works, wero married iu tho
Cathalio cnthedial this forenoon.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Oold Alcdnl, Midwinter Fair.
A Pare Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.
4.Q yeaps irn standaTrw
i. ,4i marn