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LET US REASON TOGETHER.
Teaches that a Church
Card m the Bulletin will
be given the widest pub
Cannot but nJv.ince the
INTERESTS ot Tlie
OllTJircll: : :
Pope Pius IX.
Is there any REASON why Churches should not pay for their cards in the Live Bulletin ?
Vol. V. No. 1075.
HONOLULU, H. L, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1898.
PltlOE 5 Cents.
CULLOM IN WASHINGTON
ANNEXATION AND SUGAR
WAITING SPAIN'S ANSWER
MOSTLY CHINESE CONCERN
NEW YORKERS GOING HOME
MR. J, K, BROWN'S MISSION
Will Be id Caviling About tbe Hawaiian
D:::n't Expect Peaca Treaty Before End of the
Session - Believes Canal Should
Wnshiogtou, Nov. '11. Sountor
Ciillom, clmirnmn of tho Hawaiian
committee, Iihb urrived iu Wash
ington nml will nt ono begin the
pr'pnrutimj of tin- roport wlpcli he
expected to Imw completed iu time
for preeoutntioti 10 Congress.
"t do not hdrovu," tmid thoSnu
nlor, "there will be any caviling
.about tho Hawaiian Mauds, iih we
acquired thuiu by tho process .if
nnnoX'itioii and nut hb an incident
of war. 'I'horo luuy bo, however,
a difference of opinion with ros
pect to our other possefsions, but
these differenco will in time, be
wiped out. Our inltre-.t9 demand
tht.-t a enblo to Honolulu should
bo built With tho Philippines in
our possession wo ouuht t PAtoud
this cable o Japan uud from there
to Manila. Tho treaty 61 peace
will hardly reach tho Senate much
before, tho expiration of tho pre
sont Congress, but the now body
will bo guilded by tho wishes of
tho I'rosiiiout and will accopt tho
conclusions of tho treaty of 1'aris.
"Tho march of oveuts has poiut
ed out once more the imperative
necessity for closer means of trans
portation between tho Atlantic and
Pacific. Arguments favoring the
construction of a Nicaragua canal
are tuoro forcible- than ever bo
" In my opinion, this canal
onuht to be built uudsr Govern -
muut control, uud I see no reuson
why the propel kind of an ar
rangement cauuot bo inudo with
tho two Governments through
whoso territory the can-il will
'Ttli: A1IAIIIAN M'HITS."
Xnituo unit Company t.v Iitteiiatt
i'lruaure to Full House.
Nnnco O'Neil and the MoKoe
Raukiu Company at tho Hawaiian
Opera House last night. "Tho
Arabian Nights" kept tho lower
floor iu a formont of rostrnint
against explosivo mirth tho
many old folks thero boing ovou
more comically struck than tho
younger element whilo tho
abounding dilemmas of tho too
sporty "hubby" on the stage bnd
recognition in the gtl!o:y of de
UU't:iu' guffaws. '
Nuiich O'Neil wns (-imply bc
you i ihsciption as "Hoh U.iloin
Iiior," the "gutta percha" girl iu
an Amorican variety r-how in
Loudoo. Sho was b 1 10 uwfull
"m rump i md" iudo-d tht, if one
forgot it were only a play, he
would woudt-r "Hummi'itnp" did
not let the affoutoJ wife o whon
bho wuntod to and take tho over
ovor-loomintj pluguo of a mothur
m law off with her.
L. R. Stockwoll was c miiaal to
the Inst degree as tho light heart
ed husbaud, "Arthur Huminiug
tnp," oue of those rare characters
who 8enm to onj y the effort of
swimming in a v of pilikia
Mrs. Horaco McVick i vns truly
maguificout iu hoi ju icious iu
torpretation of "Mis. Gillibrnud,"
tho mothor-iu-law. Leslio Mo
ronuo carried a largo amouut of
tho responsibility, and did it well,
iu the role of "Joshua Gillibrandj"
tho gildod calf living off his
brother-in-law, his susteunnco
principally "cigawettes" and fivo
Miss G.rtrudo Foster us "Mrs
Hummingtnp,"mudo up nml acted
beautifully, and tlio samo is tiue
of Miss llicca Allen porsoua iug
"Daisy Muillutid," the uieca from
New York. Miss Ailie Mo Vicker
did the part of "Daburn" well,
oepeeially iu one or two situations
where everybody had to "p'ny
ball" or mar tho gatno. "Tho
Aiabian Niuhts" was certainly
oho of tho nits of the season.
m m m
IV n minutes' cam will run on
Beretauia street nil day tomonow.
SprecXels Said to be Talking Hawaii to
Louisiana Planters Oppose Annexation on All
Sides Suggestions as to
Now Orleans (La ), November
10. Tho Louisiana Sugar Plant
ors' Association representing nu
aununl output of 100,000 tons of
sugar, held a meeting tonight to
frntno resolutions on tho nnuoxa
tion of foroigu posssasions totho
United States, iioh Republicans
ami Domocrats t ok part in the
discussion, and all were unquali
fiedly opposed to tho annexation
theory nud took stops to combine
with tho California beet sugar
men nud tobnoco interests in order
to fight and dolsy as posiiblo
ictiou looking to the introduction
t foreign ulomeuts into tho
Auothor meotinu has been call
ed for Decoiubor 3d, to which all
sugar interests will bo ualled.
Washington, Novomber 10.
Glaus Spreckels and his son A. 13.
Spreckols arrived in Washington
touight from Now York, whom
they have been for the past ten
days. Just what they aro here
for has not developed. Both
gentlemen when seen touight de
uliued to talk. A. B. Spreckels
said: "We aro ouly hero ou n
littlo trip. Wo will returu to New
York in two or threo days."
Although the visitors would not
say what they aro hero for others
Bay that thoy'will call on tho Pre
rtident and other members of tho
Administration relativo to Hawai
ian matters. Although Oougross
m iiiuijuriKeii m uiaivo laws lor iuu
government of tho islaurls, sug
gestions from the President will
be listened to and possibly follow
ed by O ni:ros-t. It is said that
the Messrs. Spreckels are hero to
make suggentious to tho President
as to legislation.
All Uoullla About tho lloilat I)lairlll'il by
Washington, Novomber 10
Late this afternoon Chairman Bab
cock of tho Bopublicau Cnuuros -Sional
Oommitteo practically com
pleted n lifct of tho llepreseutu
tivos-olect to tho Fifty sixth Con
gress. Mr. Babcock's Ggnics show
the election of 185 i-traigbt Bo
publicans, 1(33 U-rnocrats, C Pop
ulists and 1 Silver Republican.
These figures do not include tho
two doubtful districts im ntinncd.
Cone ding thif-o two dirt icts to
the Democrats as a means of reach
ing definite p-suI'm, Mr. Babcock
claims n certain majority of thir
teen ovpr all oopf-sitiou.
Sliuln VII N.il Niilimlt.
Madrid, Novembor 13. El Im
paiciul says tho Government has
iorwarded instructions to Sonor
Montoro Bios, prosidont of the
Spanish Commission at Paris, and
that Mouday's conferonco may bo
tho Inst or tho Ia9t but ono, "un
less tho Amoricau Commissioners
molify their chim." Accordiu
to J3I Impireial, a moiubor of the
Cabinet has virtually deolarrd us
Koyal wake tho loo.! pure,
wuoUkuu.o aud tleUci,
AOVH UKINil POttOtA CO.. Ml VOflK
Suppose It Will Not be Favorable to
No Danger of European interference United
States Will Remain Firm In All
Now York, Novembor 15 A
cnblo to tho Sun from Paris says:
Tho Spsnisb-Americnu situation
is rapidly narrowing to siinplo
elements. Tho question of out
side intervention during the pres
ent stage of tho proceedings is
entirely eliminated, and tho absurd
schemo of turning tho Philippines
over to a , private syudicate is no
longer mentioned oxcopt iu jost.
Spanish hopes, based on dissen
sion among tho American repre
sentatives, have been abandoned,
nud tho solo question for tho mo
ment is tho Spanish reply to tho
Amorican arguments in support of
tho demand for tho cession of tho
This answer will bo, as nlrcady
indicated in these
refusal based on elaborate reasons.
Tho tonor of tho reply was out
liued to your corrospondont to
night by a Spanish" authority, but
all tho esseutal points have al
ready boon indicated in theso dis
patches for a fortnight past. They
aro chiefly an elaboration of the
thread baro plea of: "Why, if
you considered your domand of
tho surroudor of Spanish sover
eignty withiu the scopo of your
protocol, did you not siy bo nftor
we notified you that wo did not so
understand r" And tho obvious
American answer is: "You did
not so notify U9, and wo did say
so in words as sweenim: as the
NO DELAY ALLOWED.
"Washington, Novembor 15.
Tho Government has renewed and
strengthened its dotermiuntiou
that tho Spanish evacuation of
Cuba and tho Amorican occupa
tion shall not bo deferred beyond
January 1st next. This conclu
sion had beon communicated to
tho Spanish Government within
tho latt few days iu answer to an
urgout request that the du'o of
evacuation be put off,
Tho regular weekly meeting of
tho Christian Workers will be
held on Friday afternoon, Novem-
bor 25, nt 8:30 o'clock in tho Y. M.
O. A. hall. Miss Bilbrough of
England, who for raauy years was
ongBged in tho workot bringing
orpuaubovs ovor to Canada, aud
finding homes for thorn thero, will
address tho mooting. Miss Bil
brough has visited many fields of
missionary work in difforout parts
of tho worl I and has nathored
much vnluu de information. A
cordinl invitation is oxtended to
all to bo presout.
Hill Itclutltri Horn
Lucieu Pomeroy leu.iy, died of tho lato James 1. Dowsett iu
snddoulyof hoart failure :sovmu- c uporoted for tho consnrv-itiou
her 5th, at Cromart.' , Florida ami enhonevmeut of the iuteroste
age 73 years. Mr. T nuoy leaes i of tho htdrs.
a widow Mrs. L. P. 1 u v, also , --
threo children Yern m L. I nney
of Brooklyn, N. Y ; M G. P
Castle aud E. D. Tun. r Ho
nolulu. Tho deceaul i s t.l-o u
brothor of Mrs. S. N. C,.siio of
this city and MrB. H. N. Castle of
Peck of Konova, Went Virginiu.
Fiiufrul of .llri, Crnno.
Oakland, November 13. Tho
bocJy of Mib. Sophie C. Crane, ono
of tire victims of tho steamship
Mohegan, disaster, arrived from
England jqef night. Tho fuuoral
took place thin afternoon from tho
rosidonce of Judge Nye, a brother-iu-law
of tho deceasod, at D'J2
Twenty fourth street. Tho iutor
mout was at Santa Cruz,
I It is practciilly decided thnt tho
Wmaluu mill will uot grind its
i crop this eoasou. Knhuku. Wnia-
nue aui Jiwii nro bidding for tho
oiop wi.ich will bo about 2000
Incorporation of tbe Huelo Sugar Mill
Tbe Wbitney and Nlcbols Codee Interests In
corporated Officers and Shareholders
of Bolb Companies.
Articles of association of the
"Huelo Sugar Mill Company,
Limited," have beon filer!, in the
Interior Otlico by W. Arilenshill,
attorney for tho incorporators.
The purposes aro the usual ones
of a cauo sugarproducing concern,
nud tho operations are to bo con
ducted on the island of Maui, the
principal office, however, being at
Honolulu. Tho amouut of capital
stock is forty thousand dollars,
divided iuto four hundred shares
nt tho par vnluo of S100 each, with
the privilogo of extension to ono
hundred thousand dollnrs. Fifty
years is the torm of tho corpora
tion's life. Threo hundred and
forty-niuo shares of the stock have
beon subscribed for, and twouty-
fivo per cent of tho par,valuo of
tnatnumuor, or SbTo, has been
paid into tho company's treasury.
Twenty shares each aro taken by
T. Kat Poo, Yeo Chin, Ohu Gem,
Oahu Liimuer and Building Co.,
Diug Yonu and Awana. Among
a large number taking ten shares
each nro Hawaiiau Hardware Co.,
J. S. Walkorand J. K. Smytho.
Tho1 groat bulk of tho shareholders
Articles of association of the
Kilauea Coffee Co., Limited, have
beon filed by John M. Whitney,
Albert E. Nichols. William M
Templeton, Mary S. Whitnoy and
Mnry T. Hyde. Tho object is to
cultivate tho coffeo lands at. Olaa.
rrr -?; i"?rv . -
Hawan, bithorto ownpd by Dr.
Whitney and Dr. Nichols, com
prising 100 acres, with tho privi
logo of dealing in roal nud person
al property of.' not more than
troblo tho VHhrf of tho Btock. Tho
capital stock 'is seventy thousand
dollars divided into sovon hundrod
nhnres of tho par vuluo of S100
oach. Fivo hundrod shares are
subscribed as follows: John M.
jAVhituoy, 121; Albort E.Nichols,
1 121; Mrs. Mary S. Whitney, 121;
i William AI. 'I'mniilalnn' f.'. Afro
I Mary T. Hyde, G2; U. T. Marshi
1 2; T. S. South wick, 2. Ollicors nro:
John M. Whitnoy, president; H.
T. Marsh, secretary; T. S. South
Cut Ilia Arm.
Word was roceived this morn
ing by the Australia that Chns.
Clappof tho Intor-Island Compa
ny office mot with an accident
whilo on his way to Vancouver in
tho Aoraugi. Ho slipped in the
bath tub aud foil against soap
dish, cutting his arm quite badly
and makinj it necessary for tho
surgeou of tho ship to toko four
Btituhos in tho wound.
Another i:tln Iiicorporntluii.
ft it initinrlnd In linvn l!i natnln
No.v that Nobrabka has elected
a Uxpuhlicitu legislature, Sountor
Thnrstou intends to resign.
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
Kubbrr l rery circu anj vlraJlly aivanclns In
price. Illcyclet llres .inJ lul-es, alio Carrlazr tires
are likely taajunce In rrlcc. 50 ami a PAIN aJ
vance alrejjy un some tires. NO ADVANCE
The jo Inch wheel will not Mko the plate of the .18
us advvrllwi by some manulaclurtr In 09, canvass
ol various makers lias renillej In' an estimated of
(torn J to 10 per cent, "Tin Cycle Ace" says It Is
pasting faj, like the 10 Inch front wheel of a few
years ago. nJ the very low heaJ of this ur Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reliability which gains anJ keeps the popular favor
lllocles will be docorateJ. anJ appearance In '09.
stuJeJ fven by those makers who have hcU back
from uilhi; transfers strlrlng, etc.. the JemanJ Is
for decoration anJ Hikes will be ornamenteJ to suit
the taste of the purchasers
OAILCYS HONOLULU CYCLL'RY, 11 King
street has gooj seconJ hanJ wheels at 3i$, with new
tires $ to $aj. NI.W Illcycles $o 'or mulel The
ltllable Sturmer Wheel; 'aS inoJcl at $u guarantee!
1 ar, Man4 W tlresl
Uepalrs of all klnJs.
$1 pir mnnth keeps, your Rlke cleaneJ. ollrJ anJ
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
First Lot Will Go By the Next
Others Will Follow on tbe Alameda Sick
ness Causes Recall San Francisco
Officer Makes Unnecessary Statement.
San Francisco papors of tho
13th inst. nnnouuco that "tho First
Now York Regiment will bo
brought back from Honolulu as
fast as transportation can bo pro
vided, and ou their arrival will bo
sout to Now lork. Tho militnry
authorities have becomo alnrmed
nt the nioraloncu of sickness in
tho regiment," etc. Colonel Bar
ber was out at tho camps this
morning, nud was not at head
quarters up till noon. Officers
thero could not affirm or dony tho
truth of th roport. A company
captain met iu tho street, howover,
confirmed tho report, saying ho
was "perfectly satisfied" of its
truth. "Thero aro 800 going on
tho Australia," ho said, "and tho
rest on tho Alameda."
Regarding tho condition of
Camp MoKinloy a prominent San
Francisco officer said: "Geuoral
Merriam has feared for somo timo
that sickness would groatly in
creaso iu that part of tho camp
occupied by tho Now York Regi
mout. When he was thero many
weeks ago ho noticed tho unclonu
Iv condition of tho surroundings.
Tho sinks wero in n bad coudition,
nud refuse wns allowed to accumu
late in tho streets. Ou the other
nand, tho oniinenrs, who camp by
tho sido of tho New Yorkers, kept
a camp as clean as could bo. Ah
a result tuoy nnvo nau no ueatlis
and scarcely any sickness. An
officer of tho cngiuoors told Colo
nol Barber at that timo that
typhoid would mnko hi appear
auco among his mon within n
month. Just two wooks latr it
broko out, and is uow epidemic.'1
TIIANK01V1NU DAY KVKNTs.
hrrvlrr t tilt. Cliurchri nml Olhrr
Tomorrow morning Thanks
giving, the principal churches of
tho city will hold services.
At 11 o clock thero will bo a
uuiou servico in Central Union
Church, the congregations of the
Christian nnd Mothodist churches
joining members ol tbe uhiuebo
church will also bo in attendance.
Rev. Win. Kiucaid will preach.
Tho servico will bo distinctly
Tho Second Congregation of St.
Androw's Cathedral will hold a
specinl service at 10 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho program of linnic:
Oran l,rt'lii(le..Star SimnL'U'd ltiumuruVJ
KohUviiI ItcsioukL's Tallisfili
To Deuni in K Hat. Wood
Jubilate In F Selillllng
A titl.mtiUt.... i IT............ I It..
Jiivful I ravens
Hymn Wo l'louu the FloltN antl
Hymn Come Yo Thankful, ('oiue.
Oriaii Posthitis Iuturuiitloiial
liymn lTnlty II owe
At 10 o'clock services will be
hold by tho Y. M. O. A. aboard tho
Bennington, at Oahu Jail and iu
tho camp of tho Now Yorkois, tho
leaders being Secrotary Colem.n,
Rev. G. L. Pearsou and G. Tator,
Tho services at tho branch
churches nud Sunday schools
will bo held tomorrow or on Sun
day. Tho bpnd will play nt tho
grounds of tho Executive building
at 8 a. in. nnd at tho football game
nt Mnkiki in tho nfteruoin.
Altliougli nrrauuomnnts wtru
being made for u baseball game
between tuo Woln ka IIho tenm
nud another from tho ranks of tho
soldior boys, theso foil through, ho
that thoro will bo no coutebt.
Rmsiug football gamo botweon
flip Punahou nud Town tennis at
3:15 p. in. Frank Armstrong was
last night elected caplaiu of tho
Town team nnd Wm. Sopor will
nnptaiu tho oollogo boys.
DiuiiFr at tho camp of tho New
Dinner at the military hospital
ou Kiug street.
Will Have a Sharp Eye on Hawaii
Says He Is Here to Stay Will Soon Con
sult Mr. Sewall and Officials of
Joshua K. Brown, nn official of
tho United States Treasury De
partment, arrived in the Australia,
accompanied by his wife and son.
As his coming was heralded in
press dispatches as having con
nection with the Chinese exclusion
laws, a Bulletin rej orter saw Mr.
Brown nt tho Hawaiian Hotel and
askod him about the scope of his '
Mr. Brown did not care to say
much until ho had seen theofficinls,
but would venture to give this gen
"I am sent hero to iiavo tho pii
tiro supervision of the Ohineso ex
clusion acts of tho United States
in tho Hawaiiau Islauds.
"Thoro has beon an erroneous
impression that these laws do not
operate right awny. The Depart
ment of Justice linn decided that
tbo4o acts take effect at once.
"I nm hero to co-oporato with
tho customs officials of tho islands
in enforcing tho acts. Yos, my
stay is indefinite. 1 am here for
Arlington J C Axtell, Kilauea,
Kauai; Herbert B Gehr, Ohio -go;
W F Robinson, Wnilnku; E Moll
or and wife, Hnnn; Rv E Mny
iiuid, Aien; von Ueyduhrund,
Waipahu; Miss Flora Sherman,
Miss Fioreuco Hyde, Allan M
Hyde, W S liell. Geo C Ah xau
der, G Foe, F M Smith, Vsilei?ar
Chamboilio, San Francisco; Ha
zel W Jenning", Mrn C J Jen
nings, Ewnp'antatiou; Mrs Evans,
Dixon, Illinois: Geo Compere,
wife nnd child, Los Augelns.
Hawaiiau U B Wells, Wuilu
ku; E L Vaudc lillou, Spreck-N-villo;
J A Liind-iay, Lahaiua: O B
StillmaUjBiMtou; Henry A A Imy,
It h Ulnzo unit wife, Ml -8 Mnb'e
Shelloy, Ctms Fiold, F W
Boardslee, Siu Fraueiseo; V G
Gray, Chicago; John A Scot, wifo
and threo ouildrwn; Jo.iliua K
Brown and wifo, J K Brown Jr,
Columbus, Ohi : IVt-r O'Reilly,
Ediulnirgh; J W Romnioe. New
Whatcom, Wash; W G Smith,
Arthur Mirrlcos, Kauai; L B
Ini1nv morning tho room of
Jo 1 and wifo employed
by jur, x,o... t. Ivapiolntn Park
s ontorod and n truuk stolen
bodily. Tho trunk was f.mnd in
a sorghum patoh. Its'cout-uts of
vnluo had b
eu abstracted. Among
tho stolen urticles wns a pakage
containing u bank bojk with a
bahiuco of 2000 aud odd, tho
bulk of several years' savings, and
between -C0 ami S70 in cm reucy.
Coops of gecao and tuikoyp,
California corn-ft d; chuap for
ensh. Caveniigh Agpucy, l" (ueen
street, opposite bout Un ting.
Small ads. in the Bulletin arc not
overshadowed by bigKer ones.
Highest Honors World's Fait
dold iViedni, Midwinter Pair.
A Pure (Inpv Cream ol Tartar Powder
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