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Vol. V. No. 106(5.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1898.
PltlOB 5 OKNT3.
IOWA REGIMENT ARRIVES
TWO ADVERTISER ALABAMAS
WHERE DEED HOLDS GOOD
SPAIN WILL NOT YIELD
ARE COMING TO HONOLULU
INSURING OF CANEFIELDS
Transport Pennsylvania Makes Acquain
tance With the Reef.
No Damage Dana Very Pleasant Trip Down
and Soldiers All In Good Condition-Officers.
Tho U. S. Transport Pennsylva
nia arrived off port lost evening
and ootored tho barbor and docked
about eight o'clock.jhis morning.
Tho inou worn given shoro leave
almost immediately and crowds of
thoni wandered around si'eing tho
eights. Nearly evory nthor man
had a camera with him.
Tho Fpnniylvnuia left San
Francisco on Nov. 3 at -1:15 p. m.,
bringing afternoon papers but no
Tho trip down asido from son
8ickuo9s tho first day, was a most
enjoyable one. Thpro is one lady
nbo.ird, the wifo of Chaplain Wil
liams. While two days out from San
Fraucisco, two etowawayB were
discovered; thiy were small boys
who will bo left here and returned
to San Francisco.
Tho Pennsylvanta carries 1030
officers and mou, all of the Iowa
Regimout. T horo aro twelvo com
panies iu all.
Tho otlicers, fiold aud staff ore
Col Jno C Loper, commanding;
Liont Col M Miller, Mnj W J
Duggan, 1st battalian; Maj J T
Ilumo, 2nd battalion; Maj S P
Moore, 3rd battalion.
Stair Ollicers - Capt J T DavidV
son, adjutant- Lieut Parke Frulay,
Lieut Compton, Lieut Lano, Sur
goonDTFaircliilds, Aast Surgeon
D S MoRen and Chaplain Wil
liams. Following aro the company com
lnaudersaud tho towns from which
tho companies come:
A Capt Gibson, Dob M lues.
13 Capt Burton, Balli ca.
C Capt Steopy, Glenwood.
D Capt Buttorfield, Knoxvillo.
E Capt Mount, Shenandoah.
F Capt Koatiug, Tuscalusa.'
G Capt Ickis, Oreston.
II Capt Worthington, Dob
I Capt Widnor, Bodford.
K Capt Peaks, Cooniug.
L Capt Prior, Council Bluffs.
M-Capt Clarke, Red Oak.
When coming to nu nuchorngo
last night the Pennsylvania got on
tho roof. Through tho quickness
of tho officers, howovor, she was
boou gottou off without any dniu
nge. When sho touched she jut
had headway enough to steer by.
Tile men were all order d aft aud
the Olivines roveisod at full upeed
nud sue slowly reeeeded from her
uuoniiifort-i'ili) poiiti u nil was
safely anchored. Tun jjil t was not
Tht ship will remain hr ihnut
three days to coal and.mul;n hoiho
slight repairs to hor machinery.
Cruek Iown lli-ulnitml Will Play tlio
Arrangements are b ing mado
for a football gamo brtnoeu tho
Punahoup and tho crack elovou of
tho Iowa rogimont at four o'clock
Mouday aftornoon on tho Makiki
grounds. Tho Iowa boys defeat
od tho Stanford eleven 6-0 and
tho Berkeloy University team by
the samo score. Tho Iowa rogi
mont baud will bo in attendance
nnd tho best football over seen in
Honolulu may bo expected.
Waiismaker In Trouble,
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 2. Hon.
John Wanamakor, who is making
a tour of Boavor county today,
was served with a summons of
trespass in slander whon ho
Btoppod from tho train at Roches
ter. Tho plaintiff is Thomas M.
ltobinson, formorly Stato Printer.
Mr. Wanamakor reoontly critic
ized his management of tho Stato,
Printing Office. Tho summons is
returnable tho first Monday in
Positive Evidence That Some One Has
Seen a Spook.
Discrepancies Between Today's Statements
Assertions Made In 1862 Where
abouts of the Alabama.
This morning's Advertiser gives
a detailed account of tho Alabama's
trip to Honolulu. Rack dates of
tho Advertisor givo tho following
on tho whoroabouts of tho cruiser
on tho dato mentioned as in Hono
lulu: . Dec. 18, 18G2, (from N. Y. Com
mercial Advertiser) "Tho Ala
bama's victims Vessels burned
in October in lat. 43, 2G N. long.
18 deg. 50 rain 19 vesaolB had
Jan. 29, 18G3, from S. F. AJta
of Jan. 10- -"On Dec 7" between
Cuba and Hayti off Point Negro
strait. Ariel wns captured. They
took all tho money on board, $1500
or $2000 in specie and ton to 14,
U00 greenbacks, all Uuitod States,
officors' sitlo araiB, and paroled
them and tho marines on board.
Took tho captain on board nnd
kept him all night. Took off the
sails and throw them overboard
leaving only tho spanker and Hy
ing jib. Took tho valves out of
tho onglno nnd loft them holploss.
Noxt day sont tho captain back.
llenlanl Yacht unit Uont Club.
The regular annual mooting and
election of officers of tho Hoalanl
l'acht aud Boat Club took plnco at
the club houso last ovouing.
In tho absonco of tho president
and vico-prosident, W. E. Wall
was voted to tho chair.
Tho report of Treasurer F. B.
Oat was read and approved. It
showed the financial condition of
tho club to bo very satisfactory.
Tho olection of officors wns then
hold nud tho following mombors
wore the choico of the club for tho
President Geo R Carter, Vice
President W E Wall, Treasurer
Fred B Damon, Auditor 'O H
Cooko, Secretary J Lightfoot.
Directors S B Dolo, Jno Wator
houso, F W Klobahn and Frod B
Oat. Messrs Dole, Lightfoot and
Watorhouso wero olected by tho
It is tho intention of tho now
management to give more atten
tion to tho noeds and convenionco
of thoso interested iu sailing boats.
A marine railway is proposed as
an iudiieumout to all tho yacht
owners to come into tho club.
Tilt Lint Car.
The last cars of tho Kiug street
lino going to Wnikiki aud Pnlauin
pass thn Anchor Saloon. Tho
clevoroat mixologists iu tho city
are there always to piit you up
auything you may doiro. Drop
in nnd tako a drop boforoyou tako
the car. The colebrated Soattlo
beor is to bo had horo on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Jobbo Moore Whisky
etc., always on hand. Tho moBt
exacting aud varied demands can
bo satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
is here to ploase its patrons.
Rcyal make tbe lood pure,
wlioloomo and dallcfea.
HOVH iAKHWJ POWOf R CO. MfW VOM.
Slight Descriptive Flaws Do Not Invali
date Land Conveyances.
Probate Matters on File Guardianship Appeal
Jury Waived Judgment Two Judges
Hearing Divorce Cases.
Upon tho appeal of defendant,
tho Suprome Court has reversed
tho deoision of tho First Circuit
Court in H. M. Mist vs. S. M. W.
Kawolo, nud roraandod tho cnuso
to that court for further proceed
ings in accordance with that deci
sion. Paul Neumann, sitting as
substitute Justico with Chief Jus
tice Judd and Justico Whiting, is
author of the opinion of tho Court.
Both tho plaintiff nnd tho de
fendant claimed titlo through ono
J. Mikasobo. Tho defendant's
claim is by n deed from the Mar
shall against Mikasobe dated Aug
ust 3, 1888, and tho plaintiff's by
hi doed from Mikasobo himeclf
dated November 15, 1897. Thero
was no quostion raised as to tho
regularity of proceedings against
Mikasobe, whorein which tho Mar
shal Bold tho land undoroxocution.
Tho only question was whothor or
not tho Marshal's deed contained
n description sufficiently cortain
to show what was convoyed under
it. It iB found by tho Supremo
Court that this deed sufficiently
established tho identity of tho
land, and that by it Mikasobo was
divested of bis title.
Tho law of the case, britfly, is
that a mistako in one part of tho
doscription of land does not vio
late tho grant, if from tho wholo
description thero is no doubt left
as to what land is moant, and that
a roferonoo in one doed to another
ono duly recorded becomes an es
sential part of a doscription other
wise amoiguuus or lnsuiucioni.
Mngoon nnd Sillimnn for plaintiff;
Castle and Weaver for defendant.
Humphr3ys fc Goar have por
fectod appeal from Judgo Porrv'a
denial of Kalua Kapukini's peti
tion to bo rolensed from guardian
ship as a spendthrift.
Mrs. lrone li Brown petitions
to bo nppointed guardian of her
two minor childron, nnd for an
allowanco of $.10 a month each oat
of their proporty for euro nnd
Mnry II. S. Carter and Alfrod
W. Cartor, executors uudor tho
will of Chnrlos L. Carter, d ocoased,
have filed thoir first and final ac
count. They have received
$29,183.92 und paid $29,1-13.33,
making balnuoe on hand $10.69.
A nollo prosequi was entored
for Ueda; charged with aasuult
with intent to murder.
Judgo Pern-, in the jury waived
caso of J. Hoip & Co. vs. S. K.
Kauo, finds for tho plaintiff. Hum
phreys & Goar for plaintiff; S. K.
Kauo for himself. '
Judgo Stauloy dismissed tho
complaint of Maria G. Ramos
against J. S. Ramos. Davidson
for hbo'.lnnt, Croighton for libo
Divorce cases wi r. boforo
Judges Perry and Stanly, hooi
ratoly, this morning. Thn fotiucr
roleased Anna M. Costa fron the
bonds of matrimony with John
Costa. Creightou for libullaut.
Justina Franca vs. A. F. Franca,
libol for separation, still on.
Robertson for libollant; Correa
Two Noldlera Illml.
Two deaths have occurred at tho
United Statos military hospital
within nino hours of each other.
Private Burton Woodbook of Co.
G, 1st N. Y. V., diod about G
o'olook yestorday ovoning aged 29
years. Priyato Haydon, 10th
Pennsylvania V., died at 2:30 this
morning. E. A. Williams the
undertaker had not beon instruct
ed as to funoral arrangements up
till this nftornoon.
A good, smart girl is wanted.
That is the Impression Now Given Oat
Troops Selected to Send to Cuba by the 22nd
General Carpenter Will Command
Paris, Nov. 3. Tho gonernlly
accopted view hero of tho peaco
negotiations is that tho Spaniards
will not Bgreo to tho propositions
submitted by tho Americans to
tako tho Philippine Islands and
to roimburso Spain tho money
Bpent upon permanent improve
ments iu thoso islands. But thoro
is contlict of opiuiou ns to wheth
er or not tho Spanish Commis
sioners will tomorrow present a
coantor proposition. This matter,
it is added, was undecided at 2
o'clock this afternoon.
Tho Echo do Paris today ex
presses strong approval of tho
speeoh delivered nt Worccstor,
Moss., by Senator Hon-, in which
ho donounced tho so-called policy
of American extension. Tho pa
por mentioned quotes tho spoech
fully nnd remarks that all Ameri
can political mou "apparently do
nut HRV3Q. with tho policy of con
quest." Tho Figaro sbj-b: "Tho peaco
negotiations havo (reached a very
critical point. Up to yesterday
tho Spanish delegates had received
no defiinitn instructions from
Madrid. Will tho Spanish Gov
ernment accept tho American pro
position? We doubt it."
Titoors Fort curu.
Washington, Nov. 3. Tho War
Departmont has issuod n goneral
order for tho movement of troops
n n.,i, m.n fi-.,i (...,., ...!ii
IU VJUUIk. J.14U UlOb uuua Will
loavo on or about Novombor 22
and will comprise a brigade undor
Brigadier-General Carpouter. Tho
brigado will bo takon from tho
Soveuth Army Corps aud ouo of
tho regiments to go will bo tho
Third Uoorgin. Thobrigado will
bo sont to Ncubitas, Puorto Priu
cipo. Troops Mustered Out.
Washington, Novembor 3. Tho
War Department has ordored tho
muster out of tho Twonty second
Now York regiment, Colonol
Franklin Barclott, meinbor of
Congress, commanding. Tho regi
ment is now nt Fort Slocum. Tho
department has substituted thoWy
omiug battery for tho Utah bat
tory in making designations of
troops to go to Manila.
Pnmim All Itljjht.
Havana, Nov. 3. Tho transport
Panaran, from Santiago, foara for
whoso safoty had beon ontortnin
od, arrived hero today at 9 a. m.
and Inndod sovon Amorica pas
songrs, including somo military
nllictiis. Sho loft Hnvannnt about
10 n. m., hor destination appar
ently being Now York.
Washington. November 3. Tho
Post figures that tho Republicans
havo uoutrol of tho uoxt Houso
by a possibly nino mnjority.
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
nV.MS OF INTl'.UlST TO IHOYOLK
Rubber It very scarce and steadily advancing In
price. Ulcyclcs tires an) tubes, also Carriage lire
are likely to advance In price, 50 cenis a I'Aiic aa
vance alreaJy on some tires. NO ADVANCI
The jolnchwheel will not take the place of the 8
as advertised by some manufacturer In 09, canvass
of various makers has resulted In an estimated of
from to 10 per cent. "The Cycle Ace says It Is
a passing fad, like the 30 Inch front wheel 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,
Bicycles will be docoraled, and appearance In '90,
studed even by those makers who have held back
from using translers striping, etc , the demand Is
for decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of Ihe purchasers
DA1LEYS HONOLULU CYCLCRY. at
street has good second hand wheels at $15, with new
tires Jao to Jjj. NEW Ulcycles $10 7 model The
Keiiane former Wheels 9a model at o guarantee.!
1 year, M and W tires.
Repairs of all kinds.
$1 per month keeps your Hike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
That Is What Secretary Hay Says of
Diplomatic Reply to Spanish Protect Great
Britain and France Have Reached
Washington, Novomber 3. In
regard to Spain's protest against
sending tho battleships Oregon
and Iown to Manila, Secretary of
Stato Hay has notified M. Thio
baut,tho Fronch ChargoJl'Affaires
who is representing Spain in tho
absence of M. Cambon, that the
destination of these ships is Ho
nolulu, and as that is now an
American port, the Govornmont
has tho right to Bond the ships
Tho Oregon nnd Iown aro now
in Brazilian wntors, aud while
officially it is stated that they aro
bound for Honolulu, it is unoffici
ally admitted that they will pro
ceed to Manila without delay.
OMEAT IlKITAIN AND FIlANCi: AdltEE.
Now York, November 3. Tho
London correspondent of tho
Evoniug Poat cable today that n
gonornl and satisfactory arrange
msnt has boon reached botween
Groat Britaiu nud France on tho
The Monry (lueatlon.
J. M. Horuoi, tho vetornn plant
er and former leghdator, has just
published a book on tho money
quostion. It treats a nntionnl fin
ance and public roonoy nud gov
ernment ownership of railroads
and (olographs. A porsonal his
tory of tho author is not tho lenst
interesting part of tho book. His
portrait is given nt 7G years of
ugo, which ho was Juno 15, 1897,
and nt 31 yoara of ago. Mr. Horu
or baB ofton published his views
on tho money question, in tho
nowspapprs and in pamphlets, for
tho benefits of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. This Intost effort, most com
prehensive nud oxhaustivo of nil,
is written to guide tho United
Statos into tho paths of Bound fin
anco. It is ontored, according to
Act of Congress, iu tho office of
tho Librarian of Congress nt
Washington. Tho discussions aro
too important to bo dismissed with
a cursory notico, but it is duo to
tho author's standing in this com
munity that nttontion suoulil bo
called to tho work. A copy is no
knowledged by tho Bulletin
through tho Hawaiian Nows Co.
Prom Nesv Keuluntl.
Rooftou, Now Zealand, Nov. 23,
I nm very plensod hi stato that
since I took tho agency of Chain
boriain's medicines tho Bale has
beon vory lnrgo, moro especially
of tho Cough Koinody. In two
years I havo Bold moro of this
particular remedy than of nil other
makeB for tho previous fivo years.
As to its efficacy, I hnvo beon in
formed by Bcores of porsonB of
tho good rosults thoy havo receiv
ed from it, and know its value
from tho ubo of it in my own
housohold. It is so pleasant to
tako that wo hnvo to plnco the hot
tlo boyoud tho reach of tho child
ron. E. J. SuANTLEUUllY.
For Balo by nil doalers. Bon
son, Smith fc Co., Gen. Agts.
Thoro will bo a vory interesting
coromony nt tho Salvation Army
hall, dO Nuuanu street, this batur
day night, whon Col. Richard
Evans, who is conducting special
meotings at tho uitiorent Army
posts on tho Islands, will publicly
prosont the Stars nnd Stripes ilng
to tho local corps. Muuctay eor
vices lod by tho Colonol at 11 a m
and 8 p m.
Do vou liko to drink puro wliis
ky ? Thon if you do call for
"A. A." Jo8o Moore atony of tho
saloons. Lovojoy & Co., distribu
tors for tho Hawaiian Ielauds. "
One Instance Having Special Reasons
Gives Rise to Report.
Scorched Cane Hay Be Saved by Prompt
Grinding-Opinion that General Insur
ance Would Be Advisable.
It has bnen reported that n 6tart
had beon mado toward a genarnl
practiBO of insuring canefields
agninst fire. Tracing tho matter
up, a Bulletin roportor found
that tho cauo upon n single plan
tation had been insured. This is
ono of Aloxaudor v Unldwiu's
estates 'on Maui, ami thero is a
special rensou in tho case.
A chango is being mado iu tho
mill fiom the diffusion process to
tho latest improved grinding
plant. It is well known that
whon sugnr cano gets a scorching
without boing consumed, its
saccharino contents may bo saved
by crushing it immediately. Vory
brief delay will result in chemical
chango that will ruin tho juico for
Thoroforo it was considered, in
tho caso of tho Maui plantation
reforred to, that if any of the cano
wero ovorruu with fire whilo
things wero up'ot in tho mill on
account of tho alterations it would
be n dond loss. Honco it was
deemed commou piudenco to in
sure the cano until tho mill was
in working order again.
Ouo plantation owner paid t
the reporter that, although ho had
not heard of nuy iustnnco of in
suring cane, lie- had often advo
cated such as a wise precaution.
A member of a corporation ox-
tenBiyely engaged in planting en
terprises, who gave tuo particu
lars of tho case hero ronorted.
said thoro was no visible tendency
toward cano lusurnuco gonernlly,
but it was not improbable that
Alexander it Baldwin's transac
tion would bo tho opening wodgo
for a widopread practise. Tho
idea wns not now, it had ofton
Trim In Dry l"rk.
Now York, Nov. 3. Tho Unit
ed Statos battleship Texas arrived
today from Philadelphia. Sho
will go to tho navy yard, to bo
placed in the dry dock tor repairs
to tho propellor, which was in
jured by contact with a log whilo
tho vessel was proctediug up tho
('maul Unliltflimlilt Drail.
Berlin, Nov. 3. J.Goldschmidt,
tho United States Cousul-Gonoral
horo, died last evening. Ho had
beon iu ill health for somn time.
I'oi 111 A irul n,
London, Nov. 3. A special dis
patch from Rome Buys tho Popa
is ill and that his physician, Dr.
Litppoui, litis been summoned.
Tho I. X. L., corner Nuuanu
nnd Kiug streets, has Hawaiian
Flaps at Co., 10o., 23a, 50a and
Highest Honors World's Fair.
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Qrape Cream of Tartnr Powder.
40 YEAPS TI' STANDARD.
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