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The LIVE Bulletin
IIa Inaugurated u
The Interests o? Religious Societies tire Conserved mid Advanced by tlie CHURCH DIRECTORY.
The LIGHT of
REFLECTED in it.
Vol. V. No. 1100.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATUltDAY, DEOEMBEK 31, 1898.
Puion 6 Ocnts.
TROUBLE IN PHILIPPINES
ON THREE DAYS' ARRIVALS
FINE AND SWIFT STEAMERS
That's what we claim to' be, with
our big stock, big, busy store and
We'll be ready for your
Order, when von recover from the
stuffing administered recently. We
anticipated both the Xnus and New
Year's Fe.ut 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.
Insurgents at Hollo Refuse
People of Southern Provinces Inclined to be
Obstinate-Shortage of Food and
Mnuiln, P. I., Doo. 21. Tlio
steamer Union, whiob, ns cabled
to the Associated Prose yesterday,
roturned hero from lloilo with
nativo and Spanish soldiors and
was rofuscd a landing at this
placo, has been detainod by tho
Manila officials, Privato advices
from tho southern provinces say
that business is susponded in all
tho leading towns, that sqpplios
aro scarco and that foroignors aro
only pormittod to travol when
special pormits havo bcon issued
AtMaloIastho hoadquarters of
tho so-called Philippino govern
ment, near horo, tho nativo sol
diers are lovyiog on tho villagers
for supplies of food, tho peoplo
are half starved and universal dis
Yolunteors to tho number of
GOO attendnd a mooting of tho
nowly formed Philippino Develop
ment Association lioro yesterday
evoning. 0. F. Williams, tho U.
S. consul at Manila presidod. Do
finito action on tho political
organization was poetponod pond
ing tho decision of Qon. Otis on
i.trt to amcrai oil
Washington, Doc. 21. Tho ad
ministration has dotormincd to
conGdo to tho judgment and tact
of General Otis in command of
tho United States forcos in tho
Philippines, tho quoetion whothor
our troops shall bo despatched to
lloilo, whoro recont Spanish ro
ports havo stated that a sanguina
ry conflict is in progress botwoen
tho inBurgouts and tho romaining
Somo days ago, Genornl Otis
asked tho war dopartment if any
preoiso instructions woro to bo
givon in his dealing with tho sit
uation at lloilo. Tuo mattor was
full canvassod by tho President
and Socrotary Algor and bb a re
sult tho decision was reached to
lot Goneral Otis, on tho ground,
deal with tho situation by tho ox-
orciso of his own discretion.
The reply ws sent to General
Otis sovoral tUjs aso and it will
bo for him to decido whothor a
United States forco shall go to
lloilo aud how mauy uiou will
constitute the forco.
Totiil Collmulilii Cllm.
I una. n. uisq, master, mis uioa
an "aniHudo I," also a "further"
i report, on claims auii' Jt tho
i-tRnmship C I imbia. Tim latter
is tho luiitr- comprohei mvo, and
makes tl)H yiaud total of all claims
623,'2G5,.C2. This, according to
Judge Porry's intimation, will bo
the amount oE tho upset prico at
which tho voasol will bo offerod
for condemnation salo by public
Tho oriokot mat oh botwoon
British Islos against Tho Host of
Worlds will occur Monday after
noon at ono o'clooK. mero win
bo no match today.
llojral mk the food pun,
wtiuloomo and dillclMf.
ftOU MhlMI FODf CO.. fcrwVOfltf.
Colonel J. II. Fisher Believes in Getting
on American Basis,
He Is Tired of Having the Supporters of Annex
ation Lampooned and Wishes to
Colonol J. H. Fisher was glad
to seo tho appoal in tho Bulletin
for party organization by tho Bo
publicans of Hawaii. Ab one of
tho champions of tho now consti
tution of 1887, and a stalwart sup
porter of tho causo of annexation
from tho day that, in tho viow of
tbo most thoughtful minds of tho
country, it becamo tho ono thing
needful for poaco and prosperity
in this group, Colonol l'ishor is a
man whoso prompt assont to tho
Bulletin's viow in this metier is
esteemed of tho highest valuo.
In a conversation with a ropro-
sontativo of this paper, whilo trav
ersing two or threo blocks in a
Berotania street rapid transit car,
Oolonel Fisher exprossed himself
in tho following terras:
"xi is mgu iimo, as mo nuijui.
tin Bays, that parties woro organ
ized horo on thoAmorican plan. I
am tirod of seoing tho party that
has supportod this Government
through thick and thin all these
years abused and lampooned
morniug aftor morning for what
thoy havo dono.
' Plinrn lintrn linnn fliinna ilnnn
tiuio aud again, in this period
whioh mauy of us did not liko.
But wo havo lot thom pass ratlior
than show any disaffoction to tho
Government whilo tho supremo
quostion of annexation was in any
sort of precarious condition.
"Now, howevor, tho great end
having boon reached and tho isl
ands tnauo American, tho quicker
wo got upon an Amorican basis
"Lot all who are Republicans,
togother with thoso sympathizing
with tho llapublican party of tho
United States, organizo thomsolvos
into Republican clubs. 1 hopo
that a meeting will bo called for
tho First ward vory shortly and
tbo ball bo sot rolling.
"Thon, when tho Ropublioau
party in Hawaii is orgauized, wo
shall boo whothor tho Advertiser
will coutinuo its attacks upon tho
men who havo helped to bring
Judgo Porry has signod an
amended temporary order of in
junction against tho Waialua
Agricultural Uo. aud otunrd at tuo
suit of J. A. Hopper and others.
McClnnahau for plaintiffs; Hatch
for respondents. A bond on in
junction in 8n()0 ha bopn filed,
with J. A. Hopper, J. A. JUcvJaud-
less and MoCaudless Brothers as
principals, uud 0. M. Oooko as
Looking lOvor Wharf Muller.
Prosidont Dolo, Minister of the
Interior King and F. S. Didgo of
tho Survey Department together
with Captain Fullor, Harbor Mas
tor, wero down in the direction of
tho old Gshmarkat wharf this
morning. Thoy had with them
tho recommendation of tho Cham
ber of Commorco. Aftor looking
about tho plaoo and taking in tho
facilities of tho locality, fhey re
turned to tho Executive building.
Liout. HobBon of Morrimao
fame nrrivod in the Uaolio this
morning on bis way to Manila.
Ho took breakfaBt with S. M. 'Bal
lou o this city, -n follow passon
ger and thon wont to yiow tho
boautios of tho Pali with the samo
gontloman. At 1 p. m. today
Lieut. Hobsou took lunohoon with
Harold L. Sawall, Amorica's rop
rosentativo. -1- 1
Thoro will bo a mootiug of the
Honolulu Choral Club in Fostor
Hall Tuosday ovoning to recoivo a
report from tho seorotary on tho
rocoutcoucort in tho opera Iioubo,
Custom House Officers and Their One
What Collccllor of Customs McStocker Thinks
About Hon Arrival of Freight from Wharves
Proposes Radical Measures.
Deo. 29. Bktno W. II. Diraond
(mdse.), bk. Diamond II o fid (coal),
bk. YYiIUscottfcoal), sp. W.F.Bab
cook (coal), S. S. Doric (mdso ),
schr bpokano (lumber).
Doc. 30. S. S. City of Pekiog
(mdse.), echr.EsthorBuhno (turn
bor), bk. It. P. Rithot (mdse.),
bktno. Irmgard (mdse.), S. S.
Doo. ill. S. S. Kinoura-Maru
(mdse.), bgtno. J. D. Spreckola
(indue.), bgtno. Cousuelo (ballast,
to load sugar for San Francisco).
Tho above is a coinploto list of
tho foreign vessels that havo como
into port duriug tho laat threo
day 3 of tho presont year and tho
sad fact has boon brought homo
to tho Custom Houso oliicers that
there mil be no turning ovor of a
uow loaf with tho incoming of the
Somo of tho inspectors havo
threo aud others, two vessels a
pieco to discbargo and thoir duties
aro far from light. Two wspno
torB are discharging tho romainder.
of tho Miowora cargo nnd thoso of
tho Warrimoo, Doric, Peking aud
Gaelio. Matters havo como to
such a pass that tho ofilcors do
not go to tho ships, but vice versa.
An inspector takes a ship at one
wharf, and whatever others go
there ho must needs discharge.
Were tho forco a little larger,thoro
woulJ bo no troublo.
Witt, this iuo&msed influx of
steamers and sailing vessels, has
como an increased amount of
merchandise and, with tho latter,
has como a stato of affairs that
Collector of Customs McStocker
eays mast bo Btoppod at ouco.
Mr. McStocker said to a Bul
letin ropresentativo this moru-
111c: "lho morcuauts of tho city
do not soom to caro ono iota how
much trouble they giva tho Cub
tom Houso. A steamer or sailing
vessel comes in and goods aro
dumped on tho wharf. Then
thoro is a shifting to another
wharf and moro goods aro dis
charged. In placo of carting
awav theso Goods as quickly as
possible, thoy loavo thom on tho
wharves without rhyme or reason
uutil it suits thoir convonionco to
romovo them. A wharf becomoB
warehouso to them nnd piles
of morohandieo on various
wharves troublo thom not nt all.
"Last wook, there was a moat
ing of tho Chambor of Commorco
to considor tho matter of an in
crease of whart room. It
would bo bettor for tho mer
chants to consider the mat
ter of removing thoir froight
from tho wharves. Thero would
certainly bo an increase of wharf
"What do I proposo to do ?
Well, just this. Thoro must bo a
cry of halt somowuoro and I bo-
liovo tho time is npo tor tnat cry.
Freight must bo removed from
tho wharves or vessels will bo
forcod to romaiu in tho stroam
uutil theBo placoB aro porfectly
llonninutoii t On Hntunliiy.
Tho U. S. S. Bennington has
rocoived ordors to procooJ iib
soon na possiblo to Guam, whore a
naval station is to bo established
by tho United Statos. Captain
Taussig Btatod this morning that
the Bennington would sailas soon
as sho could gotroady. This would
probably bo ou Saturday. Tho
sailing of tho Bennington will
leavo Honolulu without a warship
of tho Unitod States.
Tho Healani boat club will give
n Now Year's dauco Monday ovon
ing. PloiiHiiro boats aud tho
coiirlosioH of tho ulub houso will
bo at tho disposal of tho guosto,
Magnificent Appointments of the Canadian-Australian
Time Table of the Company for the New
Year Some of the Line's
In this issuo of tho livo Bul
letin on tho soventh page appears
tho timo tablo for 18'J'J of the
Canadian-Anstralian Boyal Mail
Steamship Co. It gives tho arri
val aud doparture from this port
of thoso threo macniGcont steam.
Tlinnn vnnnnla nrn nnirttin-
rativo now, tho two
being of 3,500 tons
and tho latter of -1,500.
steamships aro olaboratoly and
artistically appointod, and lighted
throughout witli electricity. Tho
social halls, music, ladies' and
smoking rooms and cabins are
spacious nnd niry, aud providod
with all tho accessories human
ingenuity suggests for tho comfort
npd caso of the travolor.
Tho soven days occupied in tho
sea voyoco is a weok of continuous
pleasuro on tho placid Pacific, tho
fascination of tho trip beginning
from tho moment of doparturo
Thoso contemplating a trip to
tho mainland will find many
charms to fascinato them by tak
ing this liuo. At Vancouvor di
roct connections nro mado with the
Canadian Pacific railway. Tho
awful sublimity and grandour of
tho titanic mountain ranges of
British Columbia intensify tho in
terest of tho traveler. Tho tran
quility of tho great buffalo plains
of the Cauadian North wool, the
pastoral boauty of Manitoba's
mammoth wheat fields and tho
nigged wildornoss of tho pictures
que uorth share of Lako Superior
lend onchnutmont to tho route
ond mako it distinctively sconio.
The trip toSuva(Fiji), Wolliug
ton (N. Z), and Sydnoy fN. S. W.)
on thoso boats is highly command
ed by tourists, professional aud
Thoo. H. Davios & Co., Ltd.,
aro rosident agents for tho lino.
JAS, R. RENTON DEAD
Tho startling nows was rocoivod
in town yestorday that James It.
Ileuton, manager of Uamakua
Mill, Hawaii, had died on Tues
day morning. As ho had only re
turned from a visit to Honolulu a
weok previous, tho intelligence
com oh with a snook to ins mauy
friends in tho city.
Mr. Ronton was only 39 years
old ou July 1 last, yot ho had beou
plantation managor for sixteen
years, lie ana ins uroinor
Ueorgo, tuo new managor
of liwa plantation, woro in
faot brought up to the work by
thoir father, James Reutou, ono of
tho votorau planting managers
still nctivo in tho business. Ono
year ugo tho worthy bou of a
worthy siro whoso untimely ond
is now mourned sustained tho tei-
riblo tiriet of his wife's death two
days aftor he had reached hor bed-
Bido bovond tho Atlantic wnero
she had bcon stricken with hor
James R Ronton was a man of
tho finest personal qualities. His
popularity in his own district,
particularly, and ttirouguout tuo
group, gouorally, was uumixod
with oxcoptious iubWo tho bounds
of his itcnuaintancesliip. Ho waB
frankly honost as well asniost
agreoabla iu his mora intimate
H0A1I Nat Watlml Away.
Eurron Evenino Bulletin:
Kindly correct a miBtnko mado in
your issue of tho 21th iust. The
new wharf 'at Uonolua was iiol
by tho lato storm,
woro ropairod at a
II. C. Seaum:,
Managor Hotiolua Ranch,
REORGANIZED CHURCH OV JbSUS
CHRIST. Services In Mllllinl Hill rir
of Opera House, net Sunday as follows:
io a. m. aunuay acnooi ; sacrament meet
ing at w n. m.; preaching tn Hiwallan
at O.30 p. m. Preaching In English at
7jo p. m.; subject, " The Eleventh Hour
Call, or OdJ's List Invitation to Sinners
Hefore Clirlst Comes." All are Invited to
NEW YEAR'S EYE,
(Wrliten for Tub DuLIGTIN J
"Here's a health, to the year that is f led!"
And we'll hallow the tout wltlra tear, -
(O'er the banquet so joyously spread,)
For the friends that no more can be here. f
Aye, call back the faces of those,
Who once feasted and joined In our mirth,
Nay; check not the tear when It flows,
For the tme hearts th.it slumber In earth:
"Here's a health, to the year tint Is tied."
"Here's a health to the year that Is here!"
'Tis the dawn of the year, "00,"
With a smile for the friends who are near,
And .1 sigh forthe friends of langsyne.
Here's health to the joys yet to come,
To fresh hopes, which may brighten each
While here, from our mid-ocean home,
Goes "Good health!" to our friends far
"Here's a health to the year that Is here!"
Honolulu, Dec. 30th, 1898.
HELTH BOARD SUPPLIES
Tho following contracts woro
awarded yonterday for Board oE
Health supplies, to tho Molokai
Sottlomout and thu Insauo Asylum,
for,thu first six mouths of IS90.
Onhu Lnmbor nnd Building
Co , rough N W, T .t G N W, bat
tons It W, funco posts R AV,
doors, window sash,
Allen it Robinson, turpentine,
Pacific Hardwaro Co., whito
T. H. Davies A- Co., galv. nails,
comont, galv. pipiug, wheat bran,
Hour, salmon, uhoat, wheat or oat
hay, whoat bran, oats.
II. Hackfeld t Co., lime, island
potatoes, brown soap, Hnwn. No.
E. O. Hall tt Sou, cut nails,
boiled oil, galv. roofiug, rico
bran, green Kona coffoo for both
H. May t Co., soda crackers,
korosono oil, inw No. 1 sugar,
starch, extra el ear pork, cannod
Lowis -it Co., No. I suar cured
bacon, coudouBcd milk, flour, tea.
J. T. Watorhouse, broad, match
os, Halt, baking powdor, onions.
M. W. McOhosuoy k, Sons,
guava charcoal, onions, island
potatoes, salmon, sugar, tallow.
WaHhingtou Feed Co., baking
Lovo'b bakory, medium bread,
for both institutions'
J. A. Hoppor, No. 1 rico.
Metropolitan Meat Co., rumps
aud rounds of beef, loiu boef
steaks. F. F. Portor, hides.
L. Amir ado, ft osh bread.
Edmund J. Marx, who arrivod
in tho City of Peking, reproaonts
tho Marx it Haas Joans Clothing
Co. of St. Louis, tho largost manu
facturers of pantaloons iu tho
United StnteB. Ho comes to look
ot er tho business field.
Highest Honors World's Fnlr,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure flrape Cream ot Tartir Powdtr.
40 YEARS TTO STANDARD;
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