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Vol. V. No. 1101.
HONOLULU, II. I., THUKSDAY, DEOELBEll 21), 1898.
I'm on 5 Oi:nts.
ThatVwhat we 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. .
anticipated both the Xmas and New
Year's Feast Days in recent addi
tions to our stock, and have in
reserve, for New Year's trade,
almost a complete duplicate of what
you found with us last week.
CHAPLAIN SCHWARTZ REPLY
Says the Advertiser Misrepresented His
Source of Other Misstatements About the Army
What He Is Willing to be
Chaplain Schwartz writes tbo
following letter to tbo Rovoillo, n
bright weokly published by tho
U. S. Encineors, rotative to criti
cisms passed upon him upon him
by tho Advertiser:
In a Honolulu morning papor
of recent dato I was reported to
havo snid in private conversation,
"All information necessary con
corning a soldier can bo obtained
from tho Post Adjutant after ho
(tho soldior is dead."
It was so ovidont that this roport
was mado with intont to injure
(moro especially as it camo from
the sourco whence havo cminatod
other miB-etatoments coucemiug
tho U. H. Military quartorod here)
that I classed my accusation with
tho rest and kopt silont. But in
tho last issuo of Tbo .Rovoillo I
find that tha editor has, with a
misplaced confidence, really taken
tho published conversation refer
red to, and tho oditorinl which
followed in tho eamo paper, as a
truo roport and has treated it in a
Esteeming as I do tho opinion
of tho military, 1 uusto&ou to cor
rect tho falso report printed in tho 80tlioti down from tho deck over' curely fastened to the old water
city paper, tho ongino space. Wo find tho way aud out through the Bido.
J. ho facts nro as follows: liy waterway on tho main deck on "In our opiniou, tho vessol
telephone- an inquiry was received port ti-1a jU8t forward of tho osb ' shows weakness mid was that way
at tho hospital concerning a sol , clmteH brokou. Wo find canvns beforo bIio commencod this voyage
nor wno urn uieu. xno ropiy 01
lw i-ifii-i' 1 rt . 1 mill iirAil nlrtl
T.iir V 1 "V: .
was, euonoi givo 0111 iinorm-
ation: ask the Post Adjutant; "
Ihisroplym uudorstood nien it
IB known that aftor a soldier's
death his descnptivo list, hospital
chart, tho history aud diagnosm 0
his sickness aro Bent to tho Post
Adjutant, from whom all informn.
tion is then to be obtained. I hen,
too, tbo olork was compollod to be
very guarueu in ms repiy, lor me iroa flapporters aro fastened to
hospital ib Buoh an impromp u conDOot with main waterway,
nffair that about 20 patients could Tl;8 wnB ovidoutly dono somo
havo hoard tho announcement o(tlmo Bg0 to koe tho houss from
their comrados death, had Hint
announcement been mado a fact
which it was bettor thoy should
The statompnt which I did make,
and by win h I Bland aud am
willing to lie judged, is this:
"After a soldier has did, all in
formation 'concerning him can bo
obtained of the Poet Adjutant."
I leavo you aud your readers to
judgo wheth r or not thorn is any
thing inhuman or unfeeling 111
this btatoin tt. I leavo you and
your readers to judgo also tho
spirit th'it ould war , mid twist
what I hi-tu 11 v so iiii what 1
was ucciiu it lit siMug.
Captain and Chaplain 1st Iteg't,
N. Y. Vol. Infantry.
Tho British bark WilliBcott,
Peabody rnastor, arrived iu port
this forenoon from Vaucouver,
13. 0 with a cargo of 3117 tons of
coal for II. Hackfold & Co. Tho
Williscott is 2G days from Port
Royal make the food pure.
wbolesoni and dallcltat.
ROVAl filklNQ KADI CO.. HrWrORV.
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SURVEY
City of Columbia Will Require $10,
000 for Temporary Repair.
Other Things Found by the Board Lack
of Dry Dock Facilities Prevents
Full Repairs Here.
Uudor a warrant of Burvoy from
Wm. Haywood, United Statos
Consul General, the stoamship
City of Columbia was surveyed
by Captain A. Puller, Captaiu O.
J. Campbell and James Lylo.
Tho report of theeo surveyors
eays that they sounded tho ship
and found hor making ono and a
half inches of water an hour. Iu
their opinion, the leak was in tho
vicinity of tho sleove, or tbo sleovo
itself. According to tho further
findings, the Columbia was in a
rather shaky-condition when bIiq
.left Tacoma for tho Hawaiian Iel
landH. Tho survojors say:
"On coming forward, wo fiud
i tho coiling on tbo port side in
I lower hold abreast of tho boilors
I charred and decayed iu places
laud uudor the boilors wo find do-
cayod wood. Ou tho starboard
sido iu coal bunker a fire
must havo burned for
soino time, becauso tho deck kuoe
and coiliug aro badly charred.
On tho port sido wo find two bang
ing kuoes hrokeu and ono beam
, t(lcke(1 over lmtl8 on both sides iuUY.ttiinn,tu tho cost of- repir-tH
'.. 1 . . . . I
lino oovoring Doura oua rail p.uiit-
0j 0inclc. Tileso defects havo
n,ccn j existouco for somo time.
q0 tho outsido, wo find eovoral
bllUa oponea out, beginning from
I forwiml pnrt of bri(lgc on both
C8illo8) liml tho onkailI in pice8
work0d out of tho soaniB nnd butts.
..Vo fiml fln iron pnto fft8tened
ou llppor pnrt o 8ioon i,oaBO on
' fa 8;jcg, i?tom tuj8 pftto
C01.U.11111A cui:n iii:m:fit.
1 mnloritt Prtitfrum tu lit (lUm ut
Urptieiiiu Tomorrow Mtfht.
Tomorrow evening an olaboratu
program will bo givon at tbo Or
pheura for tbo benefit of tbo crow
of tho unfortunato Columbia.
It is a program in which tho
reculnr company will bo
ably msisto I by a bus of tilonted
local volunteer uieluiling iroi.
Uorgor's orchebtrn, Miss Caroliue
Makawalu, the Misses Koliiaa,
Clias. Kreut r V, Fo-tor, Mrs. I.
Alormi. P. 1. Hvd., A. F. Tobinof
tho lionniiigion, Ginoograph War
pictures and tho Kawaibau Quia
January 1G, 1809, has beon sot
by tho courts for tho salo of the
vessel and ovou thon it may not take
plnco. Tho members of tho crow
are in straitoned circumstances
and ueed assistance.
"Wray Taylor, leader of tho
amntour orchestra, was presented
by thut body with a liuudsomo
musio cabinet of oak.
P. M. Lucas, ninnagor of tho
Hawaiiau hotol, was presented
with a gold ring by employcoa of
Tho Christinas dinners at both
tho Hawaiian aud Arliugton
hotelB wero given iu grand Btvlo.
FcstoouB and rod, whito and bluo
lights mado tho Hawaiiau dining
Mrs. W. M. Graham gavo a do
lightful Christmas tree to tho
littlo friends of hor sou Ivan on
nig 1:11 covviixnox i:ti:.hio.
London, Deo. 17th. A protocol
hns beon signed nt Paris, extend
ing to six mouths tho town for
ratifyiug tho Nigor Convoution.
working. "We find anglo iron
stanchions running from main
rail to awning dock, dono to
stiffen tho Iioubpb. Wo fonud
tbo end stays to somo of tho boil
ors loose, renuinut' refastouinc
and the bottom part mado lureor.
The rudder podt and tho doadwood
above tho arch kneo requires calk
ing and now Btopwator put in.
' Wo rocommeud, that tho vea
sol should be bored on the outsido
ou both sidos for examination
from tho forward part of bridgo,
forward aB far as hIio shows weak
ness. Wo recommoud that tho
vessol should ho strengthened by
placing long timber iu lower hold
fore and aft and securely bolting
it. This cannot bo dono hero be
cause wo have not tbo facilities to
haul the vessel out.
" Wo recommoud that tho ves
sel's stern be hauled out far
Plini1fll nn Mm rnilwnv in nrnminn
tho leak and repair it if possible I
Wo also recommend that a laroo
pieco of timber bo fa9toned over
tlin lirnillr in flln unfniii-nir nnil an.
enauio tno Bteamor to reach Ban
Francisco to be about $10,000
"IhocostoE nil necessary ro
pairs wocaunot toll, iu tho nftor
part of tho voasol canouly bo
l iiftod partly out of wator.
"Tho cost of ropairs to old de
fects wo cannot cstimato on, be
cause, if wo put in noweoiliug, tho
vessel will havo to go into dock
aud that is impossible hero. Tho
repairs ou tho bottom undor tho
boilors cannot bo dono hero. Tho
topsides should be calked where
Jly'llc Mxliff Klvetloii,
At a meeting of Mystio Lodge,
No. '2, K. of P., held last night,
tho following woro olected ofiicors
for the ensuing year: O. C. O.
II. liellina; V. O.-S. J. Walkor;
M.ot W. J. A. Mohrton;K. of
R. and 8. A. E. Murphy; M. of
F. Chns. Phillips; M. of E. J.
F. Eckardtj jr. at A. O. "White
head; I. G.--A. G. Cuuha; O. G.
Sam'l JohnBou; TrustoeB II.
E. Wnity, Ed Towse, J. M. Mo
Ohesuoy; Physicians Dr. 0. A.
Potorsou, Dr. F. R.Day. Next
Wednesday ovoning tbo installa
tion will tako place, which will bo
followod by a banquet.
A Cleveland racor was stolon
from n bunch of four bicycles ou
J Hatchelor'H vorauda, King
htrcot, 50 mo tinio lust night. No
cluo to tbo thief has aB yot boon
discovered. This morning tho
footpnutB of Bomo barefooted por
bou woro found on tho Baud walk.
Near this woro evidences of tho
wheel haviug boon rolled out to
tho front gate.
Orlckrt MMcli Monthly.
Thoro will bo a crickot match at
tho usual placo beginning at 1 p.
m. Monday, Jnnuary 2. Howott,
n brother of tho groat orickotor
who played with tbo Australia
team against All England, is in
the city and will tuko part in tho
gnuio. Othor good roatorial has
been added. Tbo teams will bo
thoBritish Isles And all tho World.
No sales roportod, Dividonds
roportod: Inter-Island 3 por cont
Deo. 30, Deo. 31, 0. Browor & Co.
1 por cont Hawaiian Agricultural
15 por cont, Ewa 2J por cont,
Waimoa 1 por cont.
et ii .in rfTci inMii. y
CITY OF COLUMBIA CASES
Upset Price Will Be Aggregate Amount
- ol All Claims.
for Attorneys of Llbcllants Variety or
Matters at Chambers and on
In tho caeo of tho btoamship
City of Columbia, Judgo Perry
yostorday afternoon referred the
accounts back to 1). II. Case,
master, to roport on nil claims of
overy kind against tho vessel. On
receiving tho roport, ho will fix
tbo date of tho sale, and tho up
set prico will bo tho grand total
of all tho claims. Previously the
Court had Bet tbo salo for Mon
day, January 1G.
Kinney, Ballon & McOlanahan
raovod to make tho feo for libel-
hints' attorneys 81000. Mr. De
Bolt for tho Bbip would concedo
S.100 ai tho right foo. Tho Court
mado it SGOO.
Judgo Porry released a piano
on board tho eteamor to Russoll
Colegrovo, and two chronometers
to W. J. Smith. Edings for in
torvonors; Cayploss for rospon
dont. K. Podoyn, guardian of his own
tbreo minor children, petitions for
leavo to raortgago real ostato in
Honolulu for S3250 at six percout,
aud relcaso a mortcage ou tho
Biuno property for $2250 nt nine
percont. Tho present mortgngo
wob mado undor order of tbo
Court, and its procoeds all expend
ed iu erecting a dwelling hoino.
F. F. Porter in porsou has tiled
a bill of exceptioiiB to Judgo Por-
ruy's ueoisiou granting a now trial
of his Hiiit agaiust tho Hawaiian
Pork nuil Packing Co.
Judgo Porry orders W. G.
Rowland, libeloe iu divorce, to
obey tho ordor of tho Court pre
viously mado as to alimony, etc.,
nnydeparturo therofrom to bo
punished as contempt, and to pay
tho costs of proceedings. Robert
sou ifc Wikior for libellaut; the
libalco in person.
Judgo Stnnloy grants A. S.
Clcghorn, administrator of ostato
of Antonio Phillip, sixty days to
filo his account. Humphroys it
Gear for petitioner; Robortsou it
Wildor for administrator.
E. 1, Spaldiug aud John Buck
loy aro tho Biireties on tho nppoir
auco bond of Goo. A. Davis in tho
bullous corpus case.
Judgo Porry has confirmed tho
salo of tho Kekurauuo miuor'o
real ostato. Johnson for poti
Honor. .1111. hisw.u.i, ui:pi.ii:s.
Special Agent Sownll replied
today to tho letter of various im
porting houses, asking for oxpliui-
ntious of a statement attributed to
hiui from Washington. Mr.
Sewall has no objection to the
publicatiou of tho correspondence
if tho writors of tho letter aro
willing. Mr. Hackfold when seen
at noon had not received tho re
ply, but referred the reporter to
Mr. Swanzy. This gontloman,
howovor, declinod to say anything
about tho matter, becauso ho sup
posed tho Bulletin was not go
ing to say anything nbout tho
matter yestorday. This paper
published what it did yesterday
bocauso, both boforo and after tho
intorviow with Mr. Swanzy, tho
matter was a subject of opeu and
nnimatod conversation among
business mon. As one of tbo
signurs said this afternoon: "1
did not consider there waB any
aeorot about it, nor was it present
ed to ub iu that way."
Allempt nt lliiriflury.
Someono mado an attompt to
get in at tho back ootrauco of J.
J. Egau's etoro duriug lust night.
The door was pried aud when
found this morning, was almost
opoii. Tho thief or thiovos woro
frightoned away boforo completing
Tho scboouor Moi Wahino sails
this nftornoon for hor regular Ha
Ij-t..-jjWrjLj., 1. . ,H.ili.j-jrJ
IiLORGANI7.Lt) CHURCH Of JLSUS
ClllIST."-SerUcs m Militant Hall, rear
of Opera House, next SunJ.iy as follows:
10 a. m. SunJay School ; Sacrament meet
ing at it a.m.; preaching In Hawaiian
at 6:30 p. m. Preaching In Knellsh at
7:Jo p. 111.; sublet, " The Eleventh Hour
Call, or ( loj's Last Invitation to Sinners
Before Christ Come." All are Invited to
1IAU.MI IN HOOKS.
Mln lrmt' Arromit "f Tv" VI !(.
iKiiDrMne'' In nr lliiok.
"Hawaii aud a Ituvolution. Tho
Personal Experiences of a Corres
pondent iu tho Snndwicli Islands
during tho Criis of 1803 and sub
sequently. By Mary II. Krcmt.
Now York: Mead ,fc Co., 1S08."
This title kopt iu mind will pro
vent disappointment to tho re ml or
of the book. MUs Krout's per
sonal experiences on two visits to
the Hawaiian Islnnds are enter
tainingly told for tbo most part,
although thoro is too much string
ing out ot llio details of. vory
oniiunry travel adventure. In
formation nbout sceuory nnd lifo
iu this group is presented with
excellent descriptive talent, and in
goueral with moro thau tho avor
ago accuracy of Hying eBsayists.
Tho illustrations aro haudsomo
and well chosen.
As to tho political history of
tho work, tbo sourco is very much
honrsay and developed at times
when gossip ran riot iu Hono
lulu. Smco tho publication of
the book was delayed until the
commuuity had resumed 11 ration
al frame of mind, it would havo
beon bettor to leavo this portion
out. Tho issues had by thon bo
como dead as Julius Cuoar.
Blunders in naming landing
actors in tho events aud iu othor
plain detnih evince tno much of
tbo "touch and io" tplurgo which
would bo barely excusable iu a
newspaper writer racing ngaiuBt
time to catch the mail or tho
A subscription bonk on tho wnr
with Spain li'is just como out,
which hnH a chapter dovotod to
Hawaii. TIub is characterized by
nn ubconco of what should lmvo
been expected in tho connection
that is, somo account of tho part
actually played by Hawaii and
tho Hawaiian pi-oplo iu connec
tion with tho great ovout. AVorso
thau this sin of omission is an
abominable crimo of commission.
Honolulu id represented as a con
geries of, inaiuly, ono-Btory
buildings, with coucoutrically
crooked strcots, and a largo pro
portion ot "ou.vbh iiochus." Ac
cording to tho author, there nro,
throe hundred active craters iu tho
islands. D. L.
Doric sails at 10 a.m. Friday.
Tomorrow nt 12 o'clock noon,
.lames F. Morgan will Bull by
public auction at tho Exocutivo
buildiug, King street, a lot of
bonuhos nnd tables. Sou Morgan's
Auction Sales, pago S.
A calendar which aids tho eyo
iu quickly catching tho date, is
tho kind which U. Lose the ngont
for tho North America Ins. Co. of
Philadelphia has distributed
amongst husiuoBH houses nnd news
papors, and accompanied with
blotters. Handy calendars of tho
Now Zealand fivo lusuranco Co.
havo also been distributed by him,
Highest Honors World's Falr
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
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