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SWEEPING REPUBLICAN VICTORIES IN THE ENTIRE COUNTRY!
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From Advertising in the
In the LIVE Bulletin
Vol. V. No. 1070.
HONOLULU, H. I., TJIUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1898.
Pnion 5 Ounts.
SUGAR WAR CONTINUES
JOHN ENA'S SHIP STOPPED
REPUBLICAN BANNER OF VICTORY
AN ANCIENT PIANO CASE
Both Trust and Outsiders Prepare to
Take Aggressive Positions.
C cral Kori'gn Hcys Maria Teresa May
Y . bo Sj1 Peace Matters St.
fdUl hi MdDila.
Now Yirk, November 9. Sipn
wer nut minting to lay that the
war botweeu tui sugar trust and
the outidn reliuones will, in u
diy r two. uia ime 'n more ng
grossivo form. Tub D ischcr re
liuorv, in L ug laluid Citv, will
begin to turn out u high grade of
granulated sugar tomorrow. As a
result the prico of sugar triir-t
stock declined 3 points today.
AiioliiT indication of a sharper
rivalry whs the reduction of one
eighth of a cent per pound in ro
fined t 5 ceuts per pound by the
agents tor Molleuhouer nnd tho
National Company. This is tho
price always charged by tho trust,
and too Arbuckhs Dosohor Com
pany is offering grunulated sugar
at tlio sinie price. The American
Sngur Refiuding Company post
od this notice late in the day. To
inept a demand that may bo
mado for pao'kngo sugar, wo are
preparing of furnish tho trado
with a five-pound cotton pnekogo
Wo also put in our barrels empty
papor packages of a capacity up to
live pounds, which retailers may
fill at their convenience."
MAIIIA TKItKHA ASIIOIII!.
Norfolk, Yrt , November 8.
The Morritt Wrecking Company
has received information that the
Murii Teresa is aohoro at Cat Isl
and Captain Ohittoudon will,
lcavo with the steamer Merritt at
Tho Merritt was to havo loft for
New Yprk this afternoon, but that
order was revoked and prepara
tions are now making to Mart for
Cat lslnn-1. The Navy Depart
ment at Washington has been no
tified. phvoe AVPAiiis.
Paris, November 9. Today's
session of tho Peace Commission
begun at 2:15 p. in. and ended at
3 p. in. When tho meriting open
od th Americans prosented to
their Spiuish colleagues tho an
swer of tho United States to the
claims submitted on Saturday
lust on behidf .of Spain. The
document in whioh tho American
answer wns set forth consisted of
nearlv tt'tv sheets of typuwritton
matter It wis a refutation of tho
Siin ish ull-gitinii tin because
the woidrt "put sessions," ."ownor
ehtp" or 'cession" do not occur in
the protocol clause touching upou
tli" i'iii'ippiu'ft island , t'i Peace
C'iii uiM-i'in nave no rahf to dte-
ctm tiieiu hjro, and tint veu if
tli ' did so it must be in 'h light
of tho allege I fact of aiietior
agreement that bpiuen H" -reign-
ty should not bo l moaned.
Kt. Pnul Co Snll for Muiillu.
Washington, Nov. 9. Tho Post
oQic, Department today aunouuc
cd that tho transpoit steainorSt.
Paul wil) sail from Kin Francisco
direct for Manila November 17.
carrying tuo mans aim also
Christmas prosentB for our sol
diers and sailors.
Philadelphia "nil Samoa,
Washington, November 8. In
quiry at tho Navy Department
fails to confirm tho report from
San Francisco that tho cruiaor
Philadelphia has boon ordered to
Tho battleships Oregon and
Iowa, with tho supply Bhip Celtio,
sailed today from Balm for ltio,
whoro thoy will take part in the
celebration of the anniversary pf
ty Brazilian independence.
Cruiser IlalTalo,Jlrek Dowb,
Washington, November 9. The
cruiser liuflalo, which sailed last
Saturday from Sandy Hook,
bound for Mauila to join Admirul
Dowov's squadron, put it at Now
port, It. I., today with her ma
chinery biokon down.
Overhauled on High Seas and Boarded
by Officers of Spanish Cruiser.
Captain Kiiltll Writes of Ills Experience with a
Warship of ILc Dons- Pliolcrjrapb Taken
as tLo VtsEcl was Ilovo To.
A lettor lstely recivd in San
Frn'oifco from Captaiu Oscar
Kusloll of the Hawaiiau bark Ila
vniian 1 l'S tells of a narrow es
capo from seizuro by a Spnuiah
mau-of wir about the middle of
lui-l Juno, ten days nftor tho bark
had railed from lluvroou her way
to N'owensllo, Australia Tho Ha
waii 'in I-Ii-b loft Ilavro on Juno
3d, nnd on June 11th, nftor she,
was clear of the English cbanml
and whilo about 8U0 miles out
from land, a cruiser was sighted.
I ho cruiser ranged alongbido the
sailiug vessel and signalled:
"Heave to; I will send a host."
Tho yollow and red llag of
Spain was then run to tho mast
bond, and the folks on the
Hawaiian Isles watched with
fear and trembling a8 tbo Spa
niard lowored a boat, which, in
chargo of an officer and manned
by marines, soon camo alonusido
Mrs. Kiistoll, considering capture
inevitablo, secreted all the valu
ables she could find in her pockets
and prepared for tho worst. The
Spanish officer camo on board, ox
aminod tho ship's papers, and,
after makwtr nn outry in Captain
Kut toll's logbook, gave him per
mission to proceed.
"V o aro so clad to got off," says
Captain Kustell in his letter, "that
wo did-not inquire about the latest
war nows. Wo probably got ino6t
out of the encounter, fo wo eocur
ed a photoginph of tho cruiser.
Wo might have got other pictures,
but did not think it prudout to
point a camera at tho barefooted
Spanish marine, who all had
Mauser riil b strnppoil on thoir
backs and looked very formidable."
There waB a small cnlondar in
tho pdiue court this moruing.
Bon Audrado and Ernest Marques
were up for truancy. Tho foroior
was lot go with a ropriraaod and
the latter sent to tho roforin school
for a 0ir.
Kale-i nud Kauio chargod with
luro-ny had sentence suspended
for threo months.
Twenty fonr of tho Galioians
returned from Oihu plantation
wero up fur hennni;.
This ev. ning at 7:30, in Foster
htll, corner Nutunn street and
Foundry lane, the Alohu Branch
of tho Theo'ophioal Sooirty will
celebrate the twenty-third Anniver
sary of the society's foundation.
Any friends or portions intoiested
in thcosophy who have not rcci-iv-od
cards of iuVitation aro yot cor
dially iuvitod ami will bo most
On Monday, November 2lpt, at
12 o'clock noon, James F. Mor
gan, Now Honolulu's auctioneer,
will sell by publiu auction oight
b hares of tho Pioueor Mill Co.
Ltd. Tho sale will take place at
bis salesroom on Quoou street.
R)ral makat tha food pure,
wholesome and d.llclMf.
nmn bi.iw pfiwrrn co.. Nrwvonx.
It Floats Supreme from Maine to
California, State and Nation.
Gage and Roosevelt Win United States Senate Strongly
New York, N vembor 9. The'
Sun ssv: Fuller i turns of Tup"- !
day's elecliou make few changes
in the S nil's fnrecnsf of the poli
tical situation of t' n Uuit d Stnts1
Smate iu tho Fifty-sixlh Con-1
gress. The Bopublican ihuib are I
in encli of tho niuo following
Stntes: C'llifoinii, Delaware, lu-
diann, Maryland (It 'publicans al
ready elected) Nebraska, Nw
York, North Dakota, West Vir
ginia and Wisconsin. Those
changes will givo tin Republicans
a clear majoiity to work in har
mony with tho House of Repre
sentatives and tho Republican
Tho predont Senate contains 41
Republicans, 34 Democrnts, 5 Po
pulists, 4 Silver Republicans, 2
Bilvoritos and 1 independent. The
Bilver men, howovor, have had a
majority of ten on all teat ques
tions. In the nw Senato tho Re
publicans will have 53 votes out
of a total of 90. The following
are the Democratic So on tors who
will give way to the Republicans
on tho 4th of March, 1899: Ste
phen M. Whito of California,
Georgo Gray of Delaware, David
Purple oE Indiana, Arthur P.
Gorman of Maryland, William N
Alienor jMeorat-Ka, uames omnn
Jr. of Now Jerxoy, jEdward Mur
phy -Jr. of Now York, AV. M.
It'tach of North Dakota, Charles
Faulkner of West Virginia nud
John L. Mitchell of Wisconsin.
The Republicans have olected
188 members to the. House, the
DomocratB 161 nnd Populits and
mdopondent 8, giyina tho Ropub
1'chhs a c'oar majority over all of
19. Tho Sun's figtirtflhave bpon
obtained with tho utmost earo and
with every attempt to mako thorn
Thendnro Roosevelt carties the
State of Now York by a plurality
of between 17,000 ond 18,000.
These tigiuos aro bas-d in the ro
viso I returns received tonight
from ovory county iu tho SUte.
Van Wyck's plurality in Gfiitnr
New York is 83,938, and ii Man
hattau and Bronx borougliB 00,
G22. Woolrutf for Louteimut
Governor runs sligh ly behind
Roi sevelt for Governor.
In Massachusetts the Republic
ans swept everything, giving Gov
ernor Wolcott a plurality of 80,
000. In Nw Jeisoy tho Rjpub
liciin enndi Ih'o for Governor goes
in by 10.00U. Tho Leuisla'uio is
Republican, insuring the olection
of a Republican Senator iu pluco
of Smith. Connecticut, which
sometimes goes Democratic, also
turns up Republican by about
lG.OOO plurality. Pennsylvania
sustains its provious R puhliciu
rouord with a plurality of 15'),()uO
Ohio sustains McKinley with n
plurality of CO.OOn. In Iowa tho
ltopublioans como out 02,000
nhoad. Michigan elects a Rp..b
lican Governor by 75,0 0 plural
ity. Indiana shows 15,000 for the
head of the Republican State
Wisconsin tnnkes a record of
not less than 40,000 Republican
plurality. Tho Kansas Republio
ans elect thoir Stato ticket by
moro than 10,000. Nebraska
repudiates Bryan and freo silver
Tho republicans elect four out of
six Congressmen. The feature of
tho elections is tho total annihila
tion of the Populist forces of the
West. . " V
San Francisco, Nov. 10. Tho
results of the Legislative contests
in the Senatorial aud Assembly
districts of tho 8tafo show that the
Republicans will havo a majority
iu both houses. TWro aro elevon
Some Doubts About
hold-over Uepuhlienn Senntoro
ami eixteen now ly elected, wnne
iho Democrnts have nine hold
ovors ami hnv ol ct d four. Tlio
ItopublicaiH have elected fi7 As
HemblyiiiHii and tho Democrats 2'J,
perhain 23. one still liouiir in
down. The Kepuhiiciwi iimi-iruy
,ou joint tiallot wilt lie i'J or 01
Plielan carries San Francisco
Do Vrios is the -only Fusion
Domocrat Ciiuuressmnn olected.
Gniie in elected uoveruor of Ca
lifornia by nearly 30,000 majority.
Tho funion candidate for Secrotary
of tho Stato is elected
Colorado elects tho full fusion
ticket by nearly 50,00 majority.
Delaware elects ItppublicAn leg
ijlaturo and gains a Republican
Idaho Is controlled by tho fu
eioniets. Illinois Republicans carry thoir
Kaunas Populists claim to have
olected tha govorunr, otherwise the
State went strong Republican.
Kentucky id swept cleau by tho
Missouri is strongly Domoorntic.
Nevada roolects Coucrt-Bsmau
Minnesota elects the entire Re.
publican ticket ox cop t the Fusion
Nebraska is again iu tho Repub
lican list. Two Congro'S onal dit
tncls are Republican, two Fusion
nnd two in doubt.
Ohio is solidly Ropublican.
Pennsylvania elects Republican
governor. Democrats makes Con
South Dakota Republican? win
tlioStitonn I Oiiuures-iiotial tickets.
Teunesseo sondH two Itepubliu
atis to Ouugnsj; otherwisd Demo
ciatio. Utah is Democratic.
To urn gives a Republican Con
Waslnnu'on probably elects tin
West Virginia sendi two It-
pnblicaiis to Cougrcds and posni
Wi-ODiisin, Michigan, Connecti
cut MassachuBetlB JBnd Wyoming
aro Bolid Republican.
New Mexico and Oklahoma elect
Republ cau d legates.
Ex-Gnveriior lilnck is now con
ciderod a caudidute for U. S. Sen
Vrmlarlo . Jllurtlarfil.
liondon, November 8. The
Coronor's jury which has been in-v-ftiu'Btiug
19th 1'ist nf Harold Frodnric, the
correhpondent of tho "Now York
Tunes," rendored a verdict today
of manslaughter agiiust Kate
Lyon, a member of tbo lato Mr.
Frederic's household, and Mrs.
Mills, a Christian scienlipt.
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
lTi:MS OK INTKItHST TO ijioyclk
Rubber Is very scirce and steadily advancing In
price Ulcycles tires ani tubes, alto Catrlace tires
are likely to advance In price, so cents a PAIR aJ
vanca already on some tires. NO ADVANCE
The )o inch wheel will not take the place of the iS
as advertised by some manufacturer In 99, canvass
ol various makers has resulted In an estimated ol
from 1 to 10 per cent. "The CvcleAn"savs It Is
a passlnc (ad, tike the o 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
renaoiuiy wnicn gains ana Keeps tne popular lavor,
Ulcycles will txdocoraled, and appearance In '94.
studed 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 ol the purchasers
DAIIXYS HONOLULU CYCLCRY, tj King
street has good second hand wheels at $15. with new
tires Sa to $15. NI.W Ulcycles tio 'qt model The
Reliable Slormer Wheels t model at $40 guaranteed
1 ear, Aland W tires
Repairs of all kinds.
$1 per month ktrps your Dike cleaned oiled and
punctures repaired a popular hutureat
231 King Street.
LORD SALISBURY AND WAR
British Preparations Do Not Indicate
Love of Strife.
Di7doprn(nt or tbe United States h a Serious
Halter May Threaten Peace of tbo
Votld But Mot Great Britain.
L-M1 Ion, November 9. Tho nn
ntial Imuquelof the Lmd Ma or of
Ij'Uidou ttiok place at tho Guild
Hull this evening.
The principal spoech was Lord
S.lidbury's rospnnsn to tho timst
"Uer Mijety's Ministers." The
Premier said of the Fashnda affair:
Wrf havo had quite recently to
consider whether the question of
a Euiopeau war was not very near.
But, with groat interest and con
nidoration the result hss turned
out happily, through tho judgment
and common seuso displayed by
Franco under circumstances of
unusual difficulty, which, I think,
havo relieved Europo of n very
dnngorous and throatoning storm.
Referring again to the war pre
parations and asking his hoarers
to look nt tho stato of tbo world,
Lord Salisbury observed:
It is tbo first year in which the
mighty force of tho American ro
publio has boon introducod niuong
nations whoso dominions nre ex
pinding and whose instruments to
a certain extent, aro war.
I am not implying tho slightest
blame. Far from it. I am not
rofusing sympathy to tho Amer
ican republio in tho difficulties
through which it had passed; but
not ono can deny that its appear
ance among facto s, Asintio at all
ovents, auu possibly in lMirop"au
diplomacy, is a grave aud bonous
event winch may not conduce to
to tho interests of peace, tnough I
think iu any ovont it is likely to
o induce to the interests of Great
Bri ain. rCheers.
The MarnuiB concluded by ro-
pudiatinc "nil suggestion that our
preparation means thnt tlio coun
try is animated by tho lust of con
quest or a lovo of war; declaring
that uroat Britain ib only "ro
solved tomaintaiu tho empire Bri
tons have reoeivod from their fore
fathers nnd to support tho pence
whioh is tho glory and sustenance.
of our empire."
I.olllr Collin. Trie, to IChtl Mfr.
London, Nov. 9. Loltio Col
lins, tio music hall singer, .at
t mpted to commit suicide today
by onouing voins in hor throat
ami wrist with a ponknifo. She
was, takou to a hospital, whero it
nas found that hor wouuds wore
not btrious, uud sho was removed
to bor homo.
Ntvap Philippines for Canniln.
Lima, ( O.), November 8. A ro
port reached horo from Montrenl
Hint tho United States Govern
ment will proposo to Grout Britain
to trndo the Philippines for Cana
da. It is said to havo had its ori
gin iu diplomatic circles, but tho
authority is not given.
The I. X. L., corner Nuuanu
and King strnots, has Hawaiian
Flags at 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c. and
W. E. Fisher a brother of Col.
J. n. Bieher arrived on tho Rio.
H. Brltoso has moved to Des
ky'ri mm houso in Groon stroo),
ouo of tho finest residence locali
ties iu town.
It is reported on good authority
that thero will probably bo a con
solidation of tho bank promoters,
having the Allen & Robinson
buildinp in view, with tho Porry
Heath First National bank com
As'arulo people do not wibh to
be rushed into buying anything
they would prefer to take thero
owu timo-pthoir loisuro moments
and shop to seo what storo keops
tho prettiest and best display. J.
T. Watorhouso carry a handsome
lino of out glaBS, glnssware, and
ornokory. Thoir stock of Thanks
giving groceries and delicacies is
as comploto as conld bo dosirod.
fn the Courts for Six Years and Now
Verdict In HafioM vs. Mirks by DIratloa cf
Coait -Costs In Star LIM -Guud-
Boforn Judge Perry this morn
ing began tht tio v trial, or lero.l
by tli- Supreme Court, of Fruuk
I'olles vs Albeit Trnslt nud Snrnh
I'rask, replevin for piano. This
mixed jmy was sworu: Geo Uoo
kano, G. A irclnitnanu, Iviliona,
W. O. At water, John Mnktonn, II.
A. Parnieloe, Jos. Rosa, O 15.
Collins, W. Cluing Uoon, E. K.
Mill r, D. A. DoAsett and A. C.
Davis This identical piano has
been in the courts for si years.
Creighton for plaintiff; Wood and
Dickoy for defendants.
J A Msgoon vs Louis Markp,
assumpsit, whb tried by the fol
lowing jury before Judge Stanley
yosterduy nnd today: 13 It Camp
boll, Geogo McNiehol, T 8 Doug
las. J D Tregloin, M Phillips, W
O Woodon, D T Bailoy.W W Har
ris, F A Foster, A B Wood, F J
Krugor and Jas Molnerny. Ma
goon fe Silliraan for plaintiff;
Davis for defendant. By direc
tion of tho Court the jury found a
verdict for dofeudant, and defen
dant gave notice of motion for a
Judgment is entered for plain
tiff iu the libel caso of Henry B.
Saylor vs. Hawaiian Star Nowa
paper Association, for S.VM) dam
ages aud S19 50 costs, according
o n jury's verdict before Jiulgn
cjliaa. L' . Peterson has liven ap
pointed guardian of John A. 0.
P tersoti nud Win. Ausliu Cot
Judge Stanley has signed nn
order overruling demurrer of de
fendant iu bill to doularo trust of
F. L. Dortoh vs. A. V. (Sear.
MMlMt AM) HICK.
Xo Clianix In Itnsr or HMlittil HavnW
lii MilppliiK Itrpurl.
Advices to Custle ifc Cooko Ltd.
from San Francisco, November
10, sny no ohange has tnken place
in quotations sinci the 3rd inst.
Centrifugals are 4 5-lGo.for 9t5deg.
Ueet", U sjd per cent, uobnod
Itico: The Anstrslh wis in
uith n biumII quan'ity not yet
niupled. Rico would ho 51 a. net
to 5 ij-bo. 00 davs. JaiiHii iu fair
demnud at 5.80u. duty paid.
bluppiug: Atrivca .1. u.
Niith, Uouoipn, 5ih. Sailed
W. G. Irwin, Honolulu, 9th. On
the berth--Albert, to sail 11th;
Archer and Transit, no dnto given.
Tli llr.l Pln.lor.
A piece of finunol dampened
with Chamhcrlaiii's Pain Balm
and bound on to the affected parti
ib suporior to any plabtor. When
troubled with n pain in tlio chest
or side, or a lame buck, give it a
trial. Yon aro certain to bo more
than pleased with the prompt re
lief which it affords. Pain Balm
is also a certain euro for rheuma
tism. For B'do by nil dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Gen. Agts.
Tho Rio sails for China
Jnpau tomorrow at 8 a. in.
Highest Honors World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure 0rs?e Cream of Tartar Powder.
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