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for the leait
Biggest Trade Assured by Advertising in the People's Paper The Bulletin.
Vol. V. No. 1001.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUHSDAY, NOVEMBEli 10, 1898.
Piuoh 5 Okxts.
TRANSPORT PANAMA LOST.
NOT PEACEFUL PEACE
STAR OF ITALY REGISTER INSURGENTS QUIETLY RETIRE
NANCE O'NEIL ARRIVES ANGLO FRANCO BELLO
Meager Reports of Supposed Ocean
Battleships Hake First Brazilian Port
Nicaragua Canal Affairs Id Wbicb
Washington, Noyombor 2.
Cable advices received tonight
from a representative of Governor
Wood nt Santiago HunoauccH tlio
probnblo loss of thH steamer Pa
nama, onco a United States trans
port, otT Capo Mnysi.
Tht Panama sailod from Santi
ngo on Tuesday, having on board
soino 320 odd pnsson!ors, the
groHtor number of whom wore
Boldiora. Theio worn a few civili
nus aboard, inuliiding Congress
man Dalzol of Poiitihylvania.
I The vossol should havo been off
-fCnpo MayBi'today, aud it was ex
pected slio would roach New York
The news of the probable loss
of the vessel, aecudiug to inform
ntiou received here, was brought
to Santiago by a Gshing
schooner, which, while cruising
nlong.the coast early this morning,
sighted a wreckage, After a closo
inspection, several pieces of joiner
work and some life-preservers
weio soon, oach one bearing the
nntno of tho transport Panama.
IJulieviug that possibly all those
on tho vessel might havo boon lost,
the captain put on all and headed
back to port.
Congressman Dalzell of Pousyl
vauia wout to Cuba in the interest
of tho Pennsylvania Railroad
Company nod had completed bis
labors aud was .returning homo, in
company with Georgo M. Huff,
foruior Congressraau-at-largo from
Pennsylvania. Dalzell and Huff
expected to return north oh the
transport sailing a week ago. but
they were unavoidably de'i.iued
and had to take passage .u the
AN AMi:itlOAN CANA1.
Anirrti-cl Thut Administration Hik.
New York,. November 3. A
disimtoh from Wnshitigt m says:
Action hns been taken by tho
A'tniinistiatiou lookiug to tho
maintenance of tho status quo
with respect to tho concession of
tho Maritime Oaunl Company for
tho construction of tho Nicaraguan
Secretury Hay has cabled in
structions to Minister Merry, und
er whirl), throigh Conul Donald
son at Mai iigiin, r'tuonstrnuens
will le lodged with President Ze
laya aghiust tho enceesiou hi
Gov.r.nnont Iihb awarded 10
A!.'tj Eyre and Crngiu, tepre
m. tin.' an American h n. invite,
fo 'tie riitis'raotion of tl 0 einal
iiin the exiirrttin f lb on
trn. t held by the Maritime ' ui
OUCCO.V AM) IOWA AT ll.l l..
Ilutt)'.siilia Will AKrml a lll.iillun
Colrbriillun lit III".
Washington, October 81. A
cablogrnm reooived nt the Navy
Department from Bu'ia, Brazil,
nunounces the arrival tliero of tho
battleships Oregon an 1 Iowa.
They are nineteen day- from
Tompkiusville, making an excep
tionally smooth nud rapid run
down. Thocollior Abaronda, now
at Labia, consumed thirty-ono
dnya in making tho same trip.
Because of her laok of speed she
will probably bo allowed to return
to tho Uuited States instead of
going along to Houolulu as was
Tho battle-ships will stop at
Bnhia for n few days, replenish
ing their coal bunkors from the
Abaronda and tho Celtic, and will
then proceed to Bio, where they
nre to tako put in tho great de
monstration thoro on Novouabor
15th to comraemorato the anniver
sary of the birth of tho Republic
W. W. Dimoud & Co. Ltd.,
-make a flue display of holiday
Philippine Demands Set Heavily in
Comment from Europe - Austria Wants
Hare British Protectorate 0?er Islands
Russia Talks Arbitration.
London, Novembor 3. The
Paris correspondent of the "Morn
ing Post" sayB:
"It is expected that a rupture of
tho ponce negotiations between
tho United States and Spain will
be ollioially announced on Friday.
"Tho fooling bore is that tho at
titude of the Spaniards ia irration
al, iu viow of the financial pro
p )snls of the United Statos and
that they may ultimately ro'gret
having failed to agroo quickly
with tho Americaus
St. Petersburg, November 2.
The "NovosH," commenting upon
uih ueiormiDHiun 01 iue united
States to claim the Philippines,
"The groat powers can like
Spain, protest against tho pro
posod cession, as soveral of tuern
tiro directly interested in tho main
tenance of the statu quo. In an ex
treme case, tho question should bo
London, Nov. 3. The Vionna
correspondent of the "Daily Tele
"The Austrian Cabinet consid
ers an English protectorate of tho
Philippines the only proper solu
tion of tho question."
Loudon, Nov. 3. Tho Berlin
correspondent of tho "Standard"
"Russia nnd another power are
credited with the intention of, in
timating to Washington that the
annexation of the Philippines
raupt bo preceded by a common
agreement on future action in cer
Tho Gormau papers express
their feolings very frankly. Tho
Mays: "The Uuited Statos are
conducting the psnee negotiations
as tboy conducted the war. The
mask of humanity is being g radii
ally dropped, revealing the bruUl
baud of strongth. When the pro
tocol was signed not a foot of Phi
ltppiuo soil was in American
bauds. President MoKiuloy de
mands tho complete surrender,
only becnuso victory iu tho com
iug election dopends upon it. Tho
Americnu demand, howevor, is
less n blow to Spain than to the
European powers which soeni de
sirous ot selecting uav.il stations
iu the Philippines."
Peru' Quick Tilii.
8an Frnnuisco, November 2.
lhe trnuHourt Peru, twenty five
days out fiom Mani'a and seven
teen from Nagasaki, arrived last
night. She anchored in the
stream off the seaw.ill. II -r pas
sengers nro mteen soldiers aud
sailors, including a number of
offlcors. Tho few that wero sick
on the departure of tho vessel aro
now nenrly recovered. Colonel
John R. Brntt of tho First Ne
braska Regiment is au exception.
lie is seriously ill with gastritis
nnd was confined to his bud dur
ing tho voynge.
Royal make the load pure,
wholcioua aud dcllcUa).
HOYU SAKINa POWDER CO., NfWVORtf.
Supremb Court Issues a Decree Order
ing a Writ of Mandamus.
Two Judges Hearing Jury Trials Defendants
Admit Guilt Ejectment Case Settled
Scene In Court.
A deoreo has issued from tho
Supremo Court, ordoring tho issuo
of a writ of mandamus by tho Cir
cuit Court, as prayed for in the
potition of Lincoln D. Spencer,
requiring Collector Gonoral Me
Stookor to admit to tho bark Star
of Italy to Hawaiian registry.
Ohas. S. Do'ky by his attorneys,
Kinnoy, Ballon & McClanahan,
demurs to tho complaint of Mauuel
G. Silva, on tho ground of insuffi
cient causo of action stiown.
Defendants in tho ejectment suit
of W. G. Irwin vs. 0. W. Macfur-
lauo ot al. havo confessed judg
ment. Kiuuoy, Ballou it Me
Olannhan for plaintiff; C. Brown
Ah Chow, opium, was put on
trial boforo Judgo Perry this
morning, tho jury being: A V
Gear, Jas B Gorman, T S Doug-
ass, M Phillips, J Weir Robert-
sou, EEMillor, 0 R Collins, W
0 Weedon, D T Uailoy, U A Par
raeloe, D W McNiohol und Jas L
McLean. Dolo for prosecution;
Chillingwortb for defendant. Ver
dict of guilty, one dissenting.
Ueorgo .Moore was next put on
trial for larcony, tho following
jury being empaneled: W O At-
water, oeoly 1 Shaw, licit Camp
bell, J D Trogloan, T S'Douglass,
D W McNiohol, Jas D Molnerny,
Geo Angus, F H Foster, Louis
Marks, W W Harris -.and., A.-C
Davis. Dolo for prosecution;
Davis for dofondont. Bofore tho
jury was accepted, Mr. Davis pro
tested ngaiust a trial without in
dictmout by a grand jury. Judgo
Perry referred him to a decision
of tho Supreme Court lately rond
ered on that point. Tho attorney
said it was contrary to tho United
Statos constitution, and ho had
not read thtTdecisiou in question.
Aftor tho jury was found satis
factory on both sides, n sceno oc
curred botween tho Deputy Attor
noy Gonoral and Mr Davis. Tho
latter asked that tho abargo bei
filed, bo that tho prosecution could
not niter it duriug the trial, as had
been dono before. Mr. Dolo char
acterized this as an "outrageous"
iifsertiou. Judgo Perry asked if
it was with conseut of the court
that charges had boon altered. Mr.
Davis answering in tho affirmative
aud giving explanations, Judgo
Perry said the altoratious were all
right in such cases.
Later Mr. Davis Haid Mr. Dolo
needn't try to got him into trou
bio with that (.' jure, for which bo
had tho hi ' rospeot what
ever he might say on tho
outsido. Ho charged tho Doputy
Attoruoy General with mnlico
against him, going so far as lo say
Unit ho lied io tho Oabiuot about
him. Tho attorney for tho defnud
nntspoko with great excitement,
nnd at tho top of his voic . .nidge : Commissioners say it will bo more
Porry ultimately, in qui.." t,ueH, like capitulation than ovneuation,
restoiot poaco to tho tro iiil.-d ir. nud thiv will accept under pro
Thero was another bre.-ze on Mr twit. All official business in llava-
Dolos motion tomnko 11 oin.nj-0 in
indictment, tho iwin jini
in tlio island of Uiilm i.ft 1
"Honolulu." Tho Court ovoi-i til
ed Mr. Davis' objootious and ex
ceptions woro noted
Judgo Stanley is hearing tho
trial of Knmai ond Hikalea for as
sault and batlory on a Ghinnman
at Waialao, tho following jury bo
ing in tho box: Win. Chung
Hoou, D. Kamaka, W. H. Kahu
moku, Kiliono, R. Parker Lewis,
T. 0. McGuiro, D. Kamakauahoa,
John AbHiug, W. H. Thornton, J.
Nalnu, Jos Rosa and II. S. Swin
ton. MoClauahnn nsBistiug pro
secution; De Bolt for dofondants.
Gangs ot boys in bluo,8aid to bo
Tounebsoeans on thoir laBt night's
liberty, acUd iu a disorderly man
ner at the Beaver coffee saloon
nud liouson, Smith it Co.'s drug
storo yestordny evening.
General Otis Reports Their Ready
Conflict Anticipated Germany Had a
Scheme lo Buy Part of the
New York, October 30. A cable
to tho Sun from Manila says: As
was predicted, tho insurgents
have submitted gracefully to tho
second demand of Otis, tho Ame
rican military commander, that
they rotiro from the territory in
cluded iu the capitulation of the
Spaniards. There never was any
real danger of conflict between
tho iuBurgents nud Amoricans.
Tl. .,.;., ,,, aUln.l Untrtm
X iirih uuuaiiuii ..fid dc.iiuu uuiuiu
the rebols decided to acquicsco
peaceably to tho demand made
upon them in September. Tho
Filipinos' dilatorincss was tho
grontest cause of anxioty. It an
pparcd to be impossiblo to con
vinco thorn that tho Americans
would surely act wheu tho time
for their withdrawal expired, nnd
thoy wnited until nightfall Of the
last day doforo they began to loave
tho forbiddou territory nud march
to Balio and Egnudacau. llioy
had no notion of fighting, but
wero luat maneuvering. Utis un
derstood this, aud consequently
thoro was no contact.
KIIK.NCII CAIUNUT COMIM.KTi:.
M. Dapuy NutcCiili In Fliullnif thn
Paris, October 31. The now
Cabinet is constituted as follows:
M. Dupuy, Premier and Miuis
tor of tho Interior.
M. do Froycinet, Minister of
M. Lookroy,Ministor of Marine.
M Delcnsso, Minister of For
M. Lobret, Minister of Justtco.
M. Poytral, Minister of Finnnco.
M. Loyguos, Minister of Pub
M. Doloucle, Miuistor of Com
merce. M. Guillaumo, Miuistor of
M. Vigor, Miuistor ot Agricul
ture. M. Krnntz, Miuister of Public
llnttlFaliliia for Hn PraiiicUro.
Chicago, Nov. 2. Roar Admiral
J.N. Miller arrived in Chicago
this morning. Ho is on his way
to Spriugfinld, Ohio, his boyhood
homo. "Thero is no truth in tho
story that tho Oregon and tho
Iowa havo beou ordered to Ma
nila," said ho. "While I do not
know precisely whoru they aro
ordored to, it is my privato opin
ion that thoy were both command
ed to go to San Francisco."
Npxnl'irtla Muat no.
Havana, Novembor 1. Practic
ally an ultiraatun was today sont
to tho Spnuiaids naming January
1st as tho final day for ovacuation.
I'lic Amoricnns say thoy cannot
not mil nnv dolav. The Snhnish
uais to bo brought to a cloin in
November aud tho records p-icked,
BAILEY'S ME BITS,
ITK.MS OF INTKUK3T TO niOVOLK
liubbrr It ttry tcarce anJ itraJilv advancing In
price. Illcyclri ilren anJ lutvi, also Curbce tlrei
are likely lo ajvince In price. 50 cenu a I'AII! ad
vance already on tome tires. NO ADVANCI:
The 30 inch wheel wilt no take the place of the a8
asaivrrtlseJ ty borne manufacturrr in vo. canvas
of various makers has resulteJ In an estimated nt
from i to 10 per cent. "The Cycle Ace" says It Is
a passini; faJ, like the olnch front wheel of a few
years ann. anJ the very low heaJ ot this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reiianmy wmen sains ana Keeps me popular tavor,
nicyciesuui re aocoratej. and appearance in 09,
sluded even by those makers who have held back
from uslne transfirs striping, etc . the demand Is
for Jecorallon and Hikes will by ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
HAILUYS HONOLULU CYCLERY. Kins
street has cood second hand wheels at Sis. with new
tires $jo lo $jj. NLW Illcycles Jto 'o model. The
Reliable Stormer Wheels '98 model atiu guaranteed
1 year. Aland W tires,
Repairs of all kinds.
$1 per month keeps your nike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
Theater Season Opens Tonight With
Members of McKco Rankin Company Addl
tlonal Members (or Local Season
Pleasant Trip On Mariposa.
Tho McKeo Rankin Corapnny
arrived on tho Mariposa at day
break this morning aftor a ro
markably pleasant voyngo that
rested everyone on board aud, tho
company appeared to be iu excel
Since their San Fraucisco en
gagement tho company lus been
strengthened by tho addition of
L. R. Stockwell, Goo. S Trimble,
Gortrude Foster, Miss Evn l3at"H,
Henry McQunnio and Leslie Mo
rosco. In addition 16 thoso al
ready named are Miss O'Noil,
McKeo Rankin, Herbert Carr, H
A Weaver, Thos. Tuther, John
Griffin, Frank Robins, Horace
McVicker, Morvillo Emory, Mon
roe Craft, Mrs Horace McVickar,
Aflice McVicker, Horatia McVic
kor and Ricca Allou.
Tho opening bill will be Sudor
mnn's play "Magda" and the re
pertoire for tho outiro engagement
remains as already announced, the
company returning to San Fran
cisco on tho Australia on tho 2i)tb
ot this month for a return engage
ment in that city. Tho entiro
company is stoppiug at tho (jlla-
TO LOOK AFTER CHINESE.
The Call of tbo 1st says: Joshua
lv. Brownrono of tho ChirteBo in
speotora dotniled from Washing
ton tor uuty on tuts coast, uns re
ceived ordors to proceed to Ha
waii and tako chargo . oi
Ohiuoso immigration thero
Tho exclusion laws of the
Uuited Stntes aro now iu
force in the islands, nnd the Chi
nese residonts of Hawaii nro uot
entitled to visit tho United States
Thoy must oomo in, if at nil. un
uer tno same restrictions as nre
imposed upon Ohinoso from Chi
nn. Another insnector will bn
sent hithor to tnko tho nlaco de
signed for Mr. iJrown.
Kentucky is famed for its lovely
women, thoroughbred horses and
its whiBky. Uf tho brands of the
latter manufactured in tho Bluo
GrasB Stato uono enjoys grent po
pularity than tho Josso Mooro
It has been distilled for years. It
is celobrated for its rich flavor
aud uuiform strongth. For fami
ly nud medicinal use it hasn't an
equal, while thoso in quest of ex
hilaration from tho tedium of
every tiny toil, worrimnnt nnd all
tho cures nud ills that flesh is hoir
to will find in Josso Moore whisky
relief. This brand of famod goods
hns been introduced on the Iwl
amis. Lovejoy .fe Co,, 19 Nuunuu
stroet nro gonoral distributors for
An Ancient I,ily.
Kipoolelo, a native woman, died
at Kewalo, Honolulu, yesterday
Hged 127 years. In tho burial per
mit tho can so of death is given as
"old age," but a coroner's inquest
will hardly bo domnuded to clear
up that quostion, No physician
was in attendance. Sho remem
bered seeing Knmehampha I.,
nud was nu adult spectator of tho
battlo of Nuunuu.
ThH t Million.
Thoro ia nothing now in tho
controversy botwoen Colonel
Sopor and .Mr.' Dillingham over
tho million dollars of Waiuluit
stock which tho former sold iu
San Francisco whilo the latter dis
posed of it horo. Colonol Sopr,
obtaining a logal opinion from
Mr. Thurston, bus made no sigo
of prosecuting his claims.
Tho Noenu brought H72 bags
sugar for F. A. Sohaofer, etc.,
which went to tho Irmgard,
Great Britain Massing Vessels In the
France Is Not Looking for Trouble Russia
Expected to Have a Move
Woi-Hai-Wei, Nov. 2. All tho
British warships hero have clear
ed for action and nre ready to go
to soa nt nn houts notice
Tho greatest secrecy is maintain
ed ns to tho meaning of these
wnrliko preparations, but there is
no doubt importtiit instruction aro
oxpuctcd at any moment.
A large Eu-si'iu licet is as
sembled at Port Arthur.
London, Novomiior 2. Tho dis
patch from Wei-Llai-Wei announ
cing tho war preparations thore,
coupled with the Anglo-French
wnr, is regnrded uero ns a grnvo
portent. It ib surmised that Rus
sia, profiting by tho presont strain
ed relations botween Great Britain
and France, has decided to push
forwnrd hor aims in tho Far East
by forcibly Boizing tho valuable
troaty port of Niu Chuang, which
Great Britain cannot permit, it is
F1IAJJ0E NOT 8EEKINO TltOUllLE.
Paris, November 2 Franco is
regarding England with noxious
eyes. All the journals record
British naval preparations, with
Noboiy here desires war. In
the first place, Fasbnda is not
worth it. In the second place,
Franco is nut ready. If force ia
resorted lo, it will bo England that
iuaisW upon it. The "Temps" to
night oven advocates avoidance ot
a struggle ntanv cnet.
touch ku i.ivi: wim:.
Thrll'lnir Kuirrl'-iu-i' of I.lnrinnn at
Heme f Lotr AcM-nt.
Tom Sylvester, otherwise Ka
huna, an electric liuomnii, hnd an
adventure with a live wire this
morning. It was nt King nnd
Richards stioet, the scene of the
rtcout accident thnt cost two lives.
He hnd climbed a pole aud was
working nmong the wiios, when a
spur of his climbers etimo iu con
tact with a live wiio.
Thero was instnully a terrifying
sputter of olectrio sparks front
Kalauia'ri foot. Tho liuomau did
not get a shock, being ptofected
by the non-condu?tiiifj matorinls
of his npparo!. It was a clotecall
ho had. nil tho biiinc. for tho
leather part of his climber bad a
hole burnt iu it.
Kahuna used to be on amatpur
comedian. Un never did more
lively noting than when he clamb
ered down that pole this morning.
Tho transport Ponusylvaniu was
to have soiled from San Francisco
nn the ltd inst. She hns tbo 51st
On Wednosduy nnd Thursday
November Kith nnd I7tb, tbo on
ttrp stock of II. W. Schmidt .t
Sous will be Hold by publio auction,
James F. Morgan, auctioneer. On
Mouday and Tuesday November
Mth and loth the stnio will be
closed. No moredisfouit will bo
givon from t ulny. bee New To.
day in new Llo. olulu'n l.ve paper
Highest Honors World's Fall
Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Crcan of Tartar PowJtr.
40 YEAP? r STANDARD
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