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Vol. V. No. 1096.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1898.
Pitiau 5 Cents.
JAPANESE LABORERS STRIKE
A VERITABLE ART EXHIBIT
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
We have them, and we'll have'more
upon arrival of the " Australia," due
on the 2 1 st. ::::::
HERE'S THE LIST :
Rosy Cheeked Apples,
Navel Oranges, ,
Cape CoJ Cranberries,
Fancy Raisins (new crop),
Nuts of All Kinds,
Sweet Apple Cider, In barrels,
, California Cabbage,
Frozen Oysters, and
r- 5TURKEYS and
PURE CREAM CANDIES IN END
LESS VARIETY; Townsend's Glace
Fruits in fancy cartons; "Snapper" Bon
Bons with valuable prizes for the children;
and colored Xmas Candles, with holders.
We are making the finest store display
ever seen in Honolulu, and propose to make
our WINDOW DISPLAY THE TALK
OF THE TOWN. DON'T MISS IT.
OPEN THIS, AND EVERY
EVENING UNTIL AFTER
CHRISTMAS : : : : :
COLLEGIANS AT A BANQUET
Berkeley Students Celebrate the Yictory
They Make Toasts and Give the College Yell
SoDgs That Were Sung on the Campus-Will
Ha! Ha! Ha! '
TJ. 0! Borkeloy!
Zip! Boom! Ah!
This waB tho sound that leaked
out of tho privato dinning room of
tho hntol at about 10:30 o'clock
Saturday night and Borkoloy
would indeed have beon proud to
hear, far out in ttfe Pacific the
yell that on laat Thanksgiving
day announcod tho victory of TJ.
0. over Stanford in tho groat
In tho privato dinning room
graduates and undorgraduatoa of
TJ. 0. had gatherod around tho
festivo board to celobrato that
victory and to bring into closer
contact than ovor boforo tho young
men and womon in Hawaii net
who proudly call Berkoloy their
ThosopreBont woro: Dr. Tay
lor, who haa been Prnfnnnnr nf
Surgery in the Medical Depart
ment m mo university or uan
fornia for eighteen years; Dr J T
Wayaon, '91, graduate of tho
Medical Department; Lieut F 0
Turner and A V Goar, '87; Mrs F
0 Turner, '89; Fred Jacobs, '91; J
Sedewick, '90; 0 A Elston, '97; P
M Nowhall, W W Arkley, J E
McGuire. W W Bristol, H L
Waste, T R Fairohild, '98; F
Raven, '99; W W Drum, 1900; W
J Morgan, 1901. Among the ab
sent ones were: Miss Gortrudo
Scott, who sent in n handsomo
bouquet to show that she had not
forgotton tho occasion; P L
Weaver, J Eckhart and A J
The dinner completed.A.V.Goar
was made toastmaster by request
and tho .remainder of tho festivi
ties proceeded. Tho toasts woro
as follows: "How Honolulu ro
oeived the news of tho recent foot
ball victory," Bristol, '98; "The
collego football man," Morgan,
'90; "Undo Sam's side of it,"
Newhall, '98; "Our Alma Mater,"
Fairohilil, '98; "Tho results of a
football game from a standpoint
of medicine," Dr. Taylor. Other
toasts wero n-sp mded to by
Messrs. Elston, Jacobs and Dr.
To wind np with, it was voted
that other occasions of tho kind,
at least ooco a yonr, ba hold. A.
V. Giar waB elected ohairman
with full power to e It thoso meet
ings, fit-.l 0..A. E tu i whb elected
srtnettiry mid trupui-r.
Jaraos F. Morgan, Now Hono
lulu's progressive auctioneer, had
a crowd at his auction ealo of toys
last Saturday night. Somo big
bargains woro had. Tomorrow
night howill hold another auction
salo at his Queen street stoio. In
addition to toys ho will soil fanov
goods and a lino of Now Orescont
bicycles, bee Morgan's Auction
Sales on pago 8.
Kojral make the lood pure,
whotcioma and dillcleai.
HOVAt BAHIKO fOWCIK CO., UtWKM.
Koloa Plantation has an Experience
with New Arrivals.
Police Called from Llhue Strikers Chased to
the Court House aod then Marched to
Llhue Jail-Return to Work.
Koloa plantation has had moro
troublo with its laborers. Last
timo it was with tho Ohinoae, and
now tho Japaneso havo taken a
Monday raorninc last, tho Shor-
iffwas iuforraod that tho now lot
of Japanese, 301 in all, had gono
out on a striko. Tbo polico wore
called in and tho Sheriff and party
lott i-iiuuo Tor Koloa at a rapid
gallop. Arriving thero, they found
tbo Japaneso collectod about their
dwollingB in a very monaciug at
titude. In thoir hands woro clubs,
and at thoir sides good sized stones.
Managor (Jropp had, in the
morintimo, informed tho polico of
tho causo of tho troublo. Ho stat
ed that thero waB one water tap
UBod by both tho Ulnuoso and
Japaneso laborors. On Sunday
evening a Japaneso kicked ovor a
Ohinaman whilo he was drawing
wator. Hub started a small-sized
row. Tho polico intorfored and
tho Japaneso pelted them with
The noxt morning tho Japaneso
went out on a striko, as already do-
tailed. When asked by the oheritl
if tho troublo was about tho waor,
they replied in negative. Their
complaint was against the planta
tion management who, tlioy nUiriu
od, had not livod up to tho torms
of tho contracts under which they
havo boon employed,
Tho Japaneso began beating tin
cnos and waving thoir'olubs as if
bont on mischief, doolanng all the
whilo that thay would stay out on
a striko until tho arrival of their
Manager Oropp got out a war
rant immediately, tho polico
stopped in and tho Japaneso woro
driven to tho court houso yard. In
tno ovoning tliey woro surrounded
by polico and started on their way
to Llhue jail whoro they arrived
oarly noxt morning.
Tho sojourn insido tho jail walls
had a good effect and tho next
day, the tomperaturo of tho striko
fover had diminished so percepti
bly tbat tho wholo lot promised to
return to work. Thero has boon
no further troublo sinco that timo.
HALE OK HUGH.
It 'Will l Held Ht 7 O'clock Thli
Tonight Morgan's great aalo of
costly aud artistic Turkish and
Persian rugs willjfjio continued by
specittl lequost. Tboo rugs aro
appeal tiiy to the artistic tastes of
New Honolulu. Tonight Bomo of
tho most costly rugs in tho ontiro
collection will bo placed on pale.
This will ba tho last opportunity
tho people of this city will havo
to buy such fine rugs at such low
figures', as tho United States duty
imposed almost prohibits their
Last Friday a lady bought a
rug for S1G0. After tho purchase
anothor lady otfori'd hor 8230 for
it. This gives an idea of tho great
bargains to bo had at thoso saloa.
TrlliutH to Donor,
Tho pupils of the Karaehameha
Schools made their annual turnout
and visit for tho porformanco of
thoir "Decoration Day" services,
this morning. Tho scholars pro
ceded by tho school's band maroh
od to tho Beraico Pauahi Bishop
lot situated in Nouann comotory
and on arrival thero placed many
boantiful floral decorations on tho
gravo of lovod founder of tho
school. Tho graves of former
scholar of tho school woro also
appropriately graced with floral
aortlon.Vollrgo t Khartoum.
Tho American millionaire Wal
dorf Aator has subBoribed 5,000
towards tho Gordon Momorial
Collego at Khartoum.
Exquisite Things In China, Glass and
A Marvelous Display of Articles Which Maj
Be Seen at the Stores of J. T.
Tho Crockery Dopartmont of
J. T. Waterhouso, alwayB ottrao
tivo and pleasing, is today a vorit
ablo art exhibit of raro and ex
quisite things from all over tho
It is a rovolation to inspect,
howover casually, tho many pieces
of glass, China and fanoy wares
and boo tho high degroo of skill
required in thoir manufacture,
evon if on6 bo doprivod of tho
means to purchase Visitors are
In Coalport China thero aro tho
richest and most plo.sing things
in vasos, trinket sots, cups and
saucers, bon bou boxes and piu
trays; in Mintou China, delicate
shaded toa sets, pitchors and vasos;
in Gxfwn Dorby China, articles of
tlio most fantastic designs and
patterns to gladden fomininity.
In Royal Worchestor China thoro
is a largo and variod display,
handsomo in pattorns and sub
stantial in service. Then thoro is
fancy Doultau waro and Wedg
wood ware in whito and blue and
bluo and grcon shades, toa pots
and flowor pots to adorn tho table
and tho parlor. " tjr
Tho display of bisquo figuresis
multifarious in character, design
and groupinga. Tho statuoltoa in
form reveal proportions almost
porfoot aud tho ouso and grace of
poso add to tho harmonizing out
lines. Tho Bohemian nud Venetian
glass exhibit is a marvel. Prisma-
tio colors radiato and convorgo as
tho spectator changos position.
Thero ia a wealth of riohost and
variod lights aud fihados; a com
inglihg of glowiag,sparkling light,
and dusky shadowing, Beautiful
waro! fit for a king, ayo n god!
Tho firm has cut glass vases from
25 conts upwards.
In Rochester lamps as well as
Dresdon figures thero aro somo
harmonizing and rich conceptions.
Tho storo of J. T. .Waterhouso
will bo open ovonings and all
should sco tho collection. It will
pay you, nnd you aro assured tho
most courteous troatmont whothor
you buy or not.
N Hcarclty of Turkey for L'lim.
Tho Motropolitan Moat Co. will
rocbivo by tboj Miowora, from
Winnopeg, a largo consignment
of turkoys, gooao, chickens and
Also by S. 8. Australia from
California, n consignment of Cali
fornia turkoVS and wild nnmn.
Also havo Hawaiian turkoye,
uoui arossoa anu aiivo, lor ealo at
For Writ InillHrt Nur Plnnteri,
Sir Thomas Lipton, at tho in
stanco of Mr, Chamberlain, is
sondipg oxports to Barbadoes to
oxamiuo into tho sugar indus.ry.
If their report bo favorablo, ho
will invest ono million storling in
developing tho industry.
M. Molnerny, Now Honolulu's
loading habordashor, is showing
an elegant lino of bath robes of
Europoau make. They aro of
oidor down. Tho roboa will never
bo as cheap as now, as tlio duty
shortly to bo imposed precludes
present pricos prevailing. Soo
tho firm's announcement on pago
Thoso viewing tho displays of
merchants evenings should not
miss Booing tho windows and
stores of J. T. Watorhouso in tho
Wavorly Block ou Bethel Btroot.
luuuiaumja m mo winuows Bre
extromolv attrnctivo and nrn wnll.
worth sooing. Visitors aro most
cordially welcomed. Don't over
look "Wntorhouso'a stores. Seo
Favors Control of Canal and Army
General news of the World-Germany Wants
the Carolines Chinese Empress
London, Deo. 8. Prosidont Mc
Kinley's Messago declares the con
struction of tho Nicaragua cauBl
with Amorican control indispensa
ble. Iloforring to China, tho Presi
dent claims friondly iudiscriminat
ing treatmont of Amorican com
merce from tho now occupants of
tho Chiuese ports, nnd proposes
tho formation of a committee to
stidy tbe commercial and indus
trial conditions in Chinn.
Ho also urges regular and fre
quont steamship communication
under tho Amorican flag with tho
now possessions, inoludinc tho
Philippines and endorses incroaso
ot tho nrmy and navy.
Germany "nil tli Carolines.
Tho London Timos Washington
correspondent tolegrnphs that
Spain is negotiating for tho sale
of tho Carolino Islands to Gor
raany. It ia belioved tho United
Statos will not object, although
alio may wish to buy ono island
tor a coaling and cable station.
Miter' Colonial Plans.
London, Decembor 5. Tho
Hon. Russell Alger, Secretary for
Wnr, recommends recruiting a
portion of tho now troops from
tho natives of tho Antilles and
Philippines, and tho building of a
railway throughout Cuba at a cost
of twenty million dollars.
Hrqael t" Dreyfue Airltatlon,
London, Deo. 3rd. Tho Sonato
has adoptod n motion extondlng to
military tribunals tho abolition of
secret examination. M. do Froy
cinot, Minister of War, opposod
tho nmoudment, oxcepting in cases
of national danger.
C?,"llf ot the IlMchatair.
Tho Emporor William in opon
ino thn "Rpinlifllnc announced
forthcoming bills providing .for
nn increase in tbo army, nnu pro-
vonting the terrorizing of work
men willing to work.
TIIK WAH WITH KI'AI.V.
HtlrrlnsrHcenreor Ilattle anil Maneuver
Tho livo Bulletin's many read
ers havo road much about tho war
with Spain; thoy have soon many
of its thrilliug features dopictod
in tho illustrated papers. But on
Saturday evoning thoy will havo
nn opportunity of viowing the
dreadful ralitioa of war with the
softor and humauiziug lights and
shadoB of carnngo.
At that timo n nrnnd fllirinfmno
ovo exhibition of tho most famous
of hfo motion picturo machines,
tho Cinoograph, will bo given.
Thoro will bo n In nrn nnmhnr nf
Spnnish-Amorican war picturos
shown, and tho spectators will
roalizo that thoy nro prosent whilo
tho actual scenes nro being enact
ed, so realistio aro tho films in
depiction. Somo of the viows ex
hibited wilt bo: Tho battlo of
Quantanamo; oxooution of a Span-
ibu spy; raising tuo Amoncnn Hag
at Manila; President MoKinloy
and Cabinet roviowing the troops
nt Camp Alger.
Tho Rod Cross film illnnfrntoH
mnmlinrH nf Hint Snnintir nn1 4l,n
Sistors of Ohnrity moviug about
tho Gold uf tor tho cessation of hos
tilitioe, administing comfort to tho
wounded. It ia worth alono tho
prico of admission. Tho removal
of tho dead is faithfully depicted.
To pleaso tho athletes, an eastom
struggle of college olevous ou the
gridiron will bo Bhown. Tho
buttorfly danco, a fairy scone, s
anothor of thn many attractions.
But this is not nil: L, M
Weaver tho basso profundo aud
Harry Preston, well-known hero,
will render eoveral sougs. Reserv
ed .soatB now on salo at Wall,
Niohols Company. Soo Now To
day on pago 8 of tho livo papor.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF Jl-SUS
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Milllani Hall, rear of Opera Houe; Sunday
ion. m. Bible class; u a. m. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:jo p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:jo p. m. preaching in English ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
HBEAS CORPUS CASE
Return day and hour ot threo
now and diatiuct habeas corpus
cases of ObineHO refused admis
sion to this country coincided with
tho stated opouing of tho Dcom
bor torin of tho Suprnrae Court
this morning. Asaociato Juatico
Whiting wris present with Chief
Justico Judd, bo'oro whom indi
vidually tho writ commanded tho
petitioners to bo prolueed. Tho
habeas corpus cases came up first.
They exhibited boforo all was ovor
about as many points as quills
upou the fretful porcupine
Attornoy Gouornl W. 0. Smith
began wi'h a Btntemout that
Thurston & Carter had beou asso
ciated with him as counsel
for respondents. lie thon
moved that a day bo appointed for
hearing before tlm full Court.
G. 1). Goar for roapoudonts saw
no objection to tho full court.
Chief Justico Judd suggested
tho quostion fornrguinout whether
or not ho was disqualified from
having heard a previous case of
tho samo sories.
Tho Attornoy Gouoral, whilo
admitting that thoso cnaos wero
not nppoals, siiKgestod that tho
Ollipf .TtHtil'n'tl flittillir mirrlll nnn.
flict with tho spirit, if it did not
wuu lue leiior, ot the constitu
tion. Mows. Gear aud Silliman
argued that a justico of tho Su
premo Court who had sat on
nn assumpsit or nn ejectment
caso might just as well bo dis
qualified from sitting on any simi
lar ouso of the same kind.
Judge Perry of tlio Circuit
Court was hero introduced to sit
in plnco of Associato Justico
Justico Whiting, after a littlo
moro talk on tho same point by
couusol, announced that Judgo
Porry aud himsolf ngreod that tho
Chief Justico wn.8 not disqualified.
Tho hearing was fixed for Wed
nesday, tbo Attornoy Ggnoral
promising Mr. Goar to make rd
turn, in the enso in which tho lat
ter was iuterosted, as soon as pos
sible, Noxt cmno nptho matter of tho
custody of petitioners meauwhilo.
The Court remauded tho peti
tioners to tho quarautiuo station
in charge of tho officer of tho
Court. It now seomod ns if tho
mntter wero ovor till Wednesday,
but a suddon diversion occurrod
which started n, wholo hour's argu
inont. Aftor lively cross fire betwoon
tho nttoruoye, Mr. Magoon said
that, aftor a couversition with tho
Attorney Gouoral, he would aBk
loavo to withdraw his motion.
Among tho through passongorB
in tho China is U. I. II. thoGrand
Duko Cyrii of Russia and vnlot.
Tho Grand Duko is occompauiod
by Liouts. Coiibo and Powzunoff,
I. R. N., his aides. Ha is now on
his way homo to St. Petersburg,
nftor having sotvod on tho Asiatio
Highest Honors World's Faliv.
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
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