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Vol. V. No. 1102.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, DEOEMBEli 27, 1898.
Pkioh 5 Gents.
SHIPS FOR THE SUGAR
BISHOP MUSEUM REPORT
Mckinley at Atlanta
ITALIAN CRUISER ETNA
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the Fleet to Carry
Yessels ttat nave Been Chartered Trust
Beginning to Express Doubts as
Great Things Accomplished and Still
Kilauea In Eruption and Other Exhibits or
Hawallaw Annex Initial Publication
Attracts Worldwide Notice.
He Asks Who Will Haul Down
Oration;' Given Him Stlrrlog
on Expansion and American
That's'what vc 'claim to be, with
our big stock, big, busy store and
We'll be ready for your
'Order, when you recover from the
stuffing administered recently. We
anticipated both the Xmas and New
Year's Feast Days in recent addi
tions to our stock, and havo in
reserve, for New Year's trade,
almost a complete duplicate of what
you found with us last week.
San Fransisco, December 15.
The suunr trust has not yot solved
tbo problom how to get its sugqr
from Hawaii to Now York. Tbo
islands having been annoxed, it is
expected that the sarao laws ap
plying to tradobotwoen domostic
ports shall obtain botwoen Hawaii
and tho United States. This
means that no foreign bottoms
can carry Hawaiian sugar to
America. For tbo sugar carrying
to this port thero aro packets in
plonty to carry it. Iiogular sail
ing linos are maintainod botwoon
hero and Honolulu, Kahului and
othor island ports tho year round.
But to socui'o American ships
for tho voyago around tho Horn is
another question. Thus far the
following American shipB havo
W F Baboock, St Franois, Will
ecott, Edward O'Brien, E M
Phelps, Tillio E Starbuck, Iro
quois, St Kathorino, Nuuanu, S D
Oarloton, A J Fuller, Henry B
Hydo, Goorgo B Skplfield, S P
Hitcbcock, Aryan and tho I F
Tho product of Hawaii for tbo
season of 1899 is estimated at
2GO,0UO tonB. To transport one
half this tonuago to Now York
will require at least twico tbo
numhor of ships at present under
charter. Agonts of tbo planta
tions at thiB port oxpress confid
ence in their ability to got tbo ro
quired tonnago boforo tbo season
ends. Tbo big American ship
Shenandoah, ouo of tbo largest
carriers in tbo world, is in port
and available, but sho is about all
that is loft horo. Tho W HStar
buok, which was burned at sea
last month, was under chartor to
proceed from Newcastle, N S W,
to Honolulu and thero load coal
for New York.
Arrival ol Manof-war
Sail for Samoa or FIJI In Week or Ten
Days Has 300 Men and Twenty
Reorganized church of Jesus
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Militant Hall.rearof Opera House: Sunday
10 a. in. Bible class; n a. m. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:jo p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 P. m. preaching In English j Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS
Wcilillnir In HI. Anilrnw' Cathedral
Obarlcs Obillingworth, Second
Deputy Marshal, and Miss Mary
Strateraeyer, eldest daughter of
Port Survoyor Stratemoyer, woro
married in St. Autlrew'a Cathedral
on Christmas eve, tho Rev. V. H.
Tbo maid of honor vas Miss
Mary Ohillingworth, sister of tho
groom, whilo tho best man was
A. L. 0. Atkinson, and the ushers,
Mossrs. E. Stiles and Lionol Hart.
Tho bride was givou may by her
Aft r tl)H crnraouy was finish
ed tho newly matried ouplo wont
to their future homo on JSmma
street, whero a reception to a largo
number of invited frionds was
Tomorrow JameB F. Morgan
will sell by publio auction the
housohold furnituro of tho San
dors residonco on Nuuanu etroot.
Soo Morgan's Auction Solos, page
v Established 1851
Boyd mk tbe food pure,
wholesome and ddlcltaa.
wyttx BAmM fooi eo., Nfwren.
The annual account of the trus
tees of tho Bornice P. Bishop
Museum has beon filed by Henry
Holmes, trastoo and treasurer.
Receipts aro S8G.G49.32; expendi
tures,S7G,858 28; balaneo,$9791.01.
The report of tho trusteoa ac
companying tbo account contains
Botno iutoreating items. Tbo
record of tbo year ending October
12, 1898, "has boon ono of steady
advancement rather than ono of
Mr. W. T. Brigkam, who had
resignod bis position as Curator,
was reappointed Director, and
"has rendered most efficient and
admirable service in caring for
tho collections and in plauniug
for additions to them."
Among artioles auueu aro a
largo collection of corals from tbe
Australian Barrier Beef, pur
chased from Mr. Ward of Roch
ester, N. Y., and a papior macho
modol of a giant octopus from tho
Visitors havo oxceoded in num
hor thoso of any former year,
largely due to tbe United Statos
soldiers en routo to Manila, the
tabulated number boing 7089.
A taxidermist, Mr. H. Denslow,
has been ongagod but has not yet
arrived. Thero is work onougb to
kcop him busy for a whole year in
material stored away.
Tho publication of papers bo
gan with n report from tho Direc
tor of his tour around tho world,
which has been roceivod with ex
pressions of high appreciation in
ovory country to which it has
boon sont. Others have asked for
copies, and requested to bo put on
tho muBoum's list of exebancos.
A printer has beon omployod, and
tho typoBotting is dono at tho mu
seum. Othor publications con
templated woro mentioned at tho
meeting of the Hawaiian Histori
cal Society provioualy roportod in
Mention is mado of tho begin
ning of work on tho Hawaiian
Annex. "It is hoped that Dow
agor Quoon Eapiolani will add
her largo collection to tho present
rich treasures in tho caro of tbo
muBOum truateos, and tbo relics of
royalty, eo-callod, roceivod from
tho Govornmont by tho rocont act
of tho Legislature will reoeivo a
prominont place. On the ground
lloor will bo a large model of an
old Hawaiian homestead with its
six separate buildines; aUo of a
hoiau, copy of ono in Puna; and n
modol frnin measurements and,
photographs of tho Volcano of Ki
lauea, as it appears wnon in a
state of eruption ." Mr. Hutchin
son's sculptured models of Hawai
ians ongagod in various occupa
tions will also bo exhibited.
Valuablo additions havo beon
mado to tho library, especially in
tho department of conchotomy,
whioh will bo of great sorvico
whenever tho oontomplatedMarino
Aquarium and Biological Labora
tory shall havo been built in tho
Marino park at the ontranco of
Tho trustees havo contributed
liborally toward tbo forthcoming
publication in London, by tho
committeo of the British Associa
tion, of tbo results of tho recent
researches by air. it. V. u. rer
kins in tho Fauna of tho Hawai
ian archipelago. Somo 1400
spooimons of insects, 1000 of thorn
now and hitherto unnamod species,
havo been recoivod from Mr. Per
kins, classified, mounted and
named, and will bo ready for ex
hibition upon tbo completion of
Tho autl or of tho report, who
signs it, is ltov. O. M. Hydo, D.D.,
ono nf tho trustees and secretary.
Atlanta (Ga.), Decombor 15.
Tbo President has no nerves.
That is ono of tho secrets of his
success in a public career. After
hourB of parading, bowing, speech
making, handshaking and tho
general toil of making himself
agrecablo, he turns up in tho ban-
quoting hall tonight as fresh and
Bereno as it 111s any hbu uoou
paBsed in seclusion and quiet.
Atlanta has spread horaelf ovory
way, and President MoKinloy can
mako no complaint about tbo ro
caption. It has beon respectful
and cordial. His office Iibb boon
honored, aud ho, personally, has
mot with every propor mark of
"In tbo courso of his addross
tho Presidont said: "That flag
has been plnntod in two hemis
pheres aud there it romains, tbo
symbol of liberty and law, of
peaco and progress. "Who will
withdraw it from the peoplo ovor
whom it floats in protecting folds?
Who will haul it Uownr
Wo could have avoided all tho
difficulties that carao across tho
pathway of tbo nation if a fow
months ago we had coldly ignored
tho piteous appeals of tho starving
aud oppressod inhabitants of
If we had blinded oursolvos to
tho conditions so noar our shores
and turned a deaf ear to our suffer
ing neighbors thn issuo of terri
torial expansion in tho Antilles
and tho East Indies would not
But could wo havo justified such
a course ? Is thero any ono who
would dcclaro anothor to havo
boon tho bottor courso ? "With
less humanity and less courago
on our part tho Spanish ilag, in
stead of tho Stars and Stripes,
would still bo floating ovor Cavito,
at Ponce and at Santiago, and a
"ohanco in tho rnco of lifo" would
bo wanting to millions of humau
beings who today oall this Nation
noblo, and who, I trust, will live
to call it blessed.
Thus far wo havo done our
supremo duty. Shall wo now,
whon tbo victory is won in war,
is writton in tho troaty of poaoo
and tho civilized world applauds
and waits in expectation, turn
thorn idly away from tho duties
imposed upon tho country by its
own great doeds ?
Tho Italian cruiaor Etna which
sailed from San Francisco Decom
bor 1G, arrived in port this foro
noon and anchored in naval row
near tho lighthouse. Tho Etna
had ton days of tho very roughest
kind of weather and tho officers
and men aro vory glad to got horo.
As to nor future movements,
thero is nothing very cortain at
tho present timo. At all events,
sho will romain horo for a woek or
ten days and will thon proceed,
oithor to Samoa or Fiji. From
there, eho may fjo on to Australia.
Tho Etna arrived in San Fran-
ciico during tho early part of
Novombor. Sho wont on tho dry
dock at Maro Island and romain-
od thero for somo timo getting
cleaned. Beforo arriving m San
Francisco, the Etna had started
from Italy, called at Madeira,
cruised along tho coast of South
Amoricn visiting various import
ant points and gono through tho
Straits of Maaollan, making from
thoro for various ports, tho last of
which was San Francisco.
Tho Etna has a comploment of
300 mon aud 20 officers. Hor
armamont consist of tbo following:
2 10-inch aud G G-ihoh guns, o
Nordonfoldt rapid firo and -1
Hotcbkiss guns. Hor dimensiouB
aro as follows: Length ovor all,
88 moters; width 13 meters; depth
of hold G raotord aud 2 1 ceuti
motors. Hor tonnngo is 3500 tonB
hor horso powor, 7000 and her
spopd 174 knots.
Tho Etna's officors aro as fol
lows: Capitano di Vajcollo, Cavallaro
Giovanni Giovcllo, Commander.
Capitano di Corvotta, Cavallaro
Stanislav Loroichio, second in
Angolo Frank, First Lieuton
ant; Gugliolmo Giamelli, Sec
ond Lioutenant; Ernesto Di
LorotojThird Lioutonant Ginsoppo
Monroy, Fourth Lioutonant;
and Guido Scolsi, fifth lieutenant.
Ettoro Coltolloti and Fcderico
Loronjo Uauuolofo, Domomco
Viaco, (Jnotano Pojoe, Francesco
Paggi and Francesco Do OreBtis,
Gaetano Montaldo, Chief Engi
neer: Ginroppo Ponjo, Second
Engineer; llaffaolo Pajtena, Third
Engiuoor; Eugonio Verregnassi,
Angolo Cofono, Surgeon.
Another Tin or opium. Cavallaro Luigi Tommotli, Pay'
T T TT-,,.0,.,1 nf tl.r Anatt-nlln IUftBlOr.
.!.,.! fnm. ,, artaA i, Whon tho Etna roaohed tho on
nui iwiiK .wij mud us iugvuu uj tit 1 11
monro TTnml nn,l nnDi,w ioi tranco to mo cuanHoi, sue
It was for ton days that Geo. A.
Davis tho attorney was eontpnoed
to bo imprisoned by Judija Perry
for contempt of court. Mr. DaviB
on boing committed Saturday
aftornoon petitioned tho Suprome
Court for a writ of habeas corpus.
In reply tho following "order"
was filed thiB morning, endorsed
on tbo petition:
"Upon reading tho within peti
tion of Goo. A. Davis for a writ of
habeas corpus together with tho
copios of tho sovornl mittimuses
tberoto annexed under which tbo
petitioner avers ho is imprisoned
and restrainod of his hbertyt I
decline to allow the writ prayed
for toisBUO, for tho reason that
tho petition contains mattor s im
pertinent and irrelevant nod bo
cauBO upon the face of tbo said
mittimuses it appears that thoy
woro issued by a Circuit Judge at
Uliambors who lias tho authority
and jurisdiction by statuto to is
sue the b a mo.
"A. F. Jddd,
"Chief Justico Supremo Court
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
"December 2G, 1898."
A. S. Humphreys, whoso firm
wns of counsel for plaintiff with
Mr. Davis in the caso of F. F.
Porter vs Tho Hawaiian Pork
aud Packing Co., has written a
letter to Judgo Porry, asking in it
thut it be placed on lilo. lie says
ho was not cousultod in reference
to tho bill of exceptions filed by
tho plaintiff. This is tho docu
ment whoso langungo got Mr.
Davis into tho first trouble, Judgo
Perry ordoring it struck from tbo
files and its author fined $50 for
contempt. Mr. Humphreys goes
on to Bay to Judge Porry:
"I do not concur iu any of tho
statements which havo beon mado
in tho bill of exceptions in regard
to your conduct at tbe trial of Baid
caso aud in tho subsequent pro
ceedings therein, and I sincerely
regret that it bns been oallod in
quostiou. I also rogrot that re
marks made by mo in tho heat of
argument without " deliberation,
about opposing counsel, for whoso
ability and high seuso of pro
fessional proprioty I ontortain tho
groatest respect should now bo
porpetuatcd in tho files of tho
Associate Justico Whiting this
niornk'g issued n writ of habeas
corpus ordering Mr. Davis to bo
produced boforo him at 10 a. m.
night. Ho was in a drunken con
dition and tho officers all but car
ried him to tho Btation houso.
When soarohod thoro it was found
that Howard had a tin of opium
Beoroted in his clothos. Tho
abargo was changed from drunk
ennoss to unlawful possession of
opium. Tho officers woro of courso
delighted at their good luck.
I.Mior Poilerutlou uml ICximndon.
Kansas City f'Mo.), Decombor
15. At its annual convention to
day tho American Federation of
Labor declared, by almost a una
nimous vote, against n standing
army in tho United Statos, whioh
is in reality recognized as a por
test against expansion, or tbo
spirit of imperialism, as it was
termed by tho delegates. This
action was taken after fivo hours
of dobato on ovory pbaso of tho
Henaiar Ilrlce Demi,
Now York, Decombor 15.
Formor United StatoB Senator
Calvin S. Brico diod at 3:15
o'clock today at his residonco in
this city, of pneumonia. Ho con-
Thc Bulletin's traded a eovero cold a week ago
saluted tho Amoricnn flag with
twonty-ono guns. In tho mean
timo thoro was a hurriod consulta
tion going on at tho Executive
Building. Tho shoro battery
could not respond. Tho mon who
woro wont to tiro tho guns during
tho days of tbo Republic woro far
away and tho gun had not beon
cleaned sinco the last timo they
Cantam Taussig of tho Bon-
nington was communicated with
and, in a little whilo, word camo
thnt tho Bennington would firo the
saluto for tho port so when tho
Etna camo to an anobor, tho Italian
flag wont up and n, saluto of twen-tv-ono
cuns boomed out over tho
waters. .Shortly aftor this, Cap
tain Taussig mado his official call
aboard tho Etna.
I'lemiit HuriirUn l'urly,
Thoro was a very onjoyablo sur
priso party at tho homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. T. May, Makiki, last
night, in honor of Mrs. May
Thero woro a largo number of
pooplo prosent aud tho surprise
was as comploto ob it wns onjoya
blo. Tho ovor hospitable host
and hosteSB did everything in their
powor to pleasantly ontortain
iticoiiLAiis oui)i:iii:u to manii.a.
Omaha, Dec. 15. Orders havo
boon received at hoadquartorB of
tho Department of tho Missouri
for tbo movomont of the Twentieth
United Statos Infantry from Fort
Leavonworth to Manila. Tho
regiment is to bo sont so as to
leave San FranoUco on tho trans
port Soandia without delay. Ac
cording to tho ordors, tho mon nro
to bo fittod out with supplioi for a
tliroo years' stay in tho rlnlip
pines. ! J.
Highest Honors World's Falnj f
Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
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