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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 4, 1899.
PjtioB 5 Cunts.
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TO STRAIGHTEN OUT ILOILO
NO RELIEF FOR MR. DAYIS
DEATH OF R. D. WALBRID6E
CRITICAL TIMES IN SAMOA
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That's what we claim to be, with
our big stock, big, busy store and
We are ready for
Orders, 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 have in
reserve, for your trade, almost a
complete duplicate of what you
found with us last week.
Secretary Alger Sends Positive Orders
American Troops Will Take Possession
Charleston Likely to bo Sent by
Now York, Deo. 24. A special
to tho World from Washington
says: oecrotary Alger tins oabiod
Gcnoral Otis at Manila to tako
possession of Iloilo immediately.
Flans for so doing aro loft to tho
This stop is taken in advanco of
formed relinquishment of sover
eignty of Spain on account of tbo
gravity of tho situation there, it is
supposed. Iloilo is tho only point
in tho Philippines now undor
Spanish control and it has been
one constant fight with tho insur
gents to retain control. Admiral
Dowoy reported recently that the
Spaniards woro holding Iloilo
with eight hundred soldiors and
that citizens had asked him for
warships to protect them.
Uon. Utis will probably send
two rouimonts and Admiral Dowey
is oxpected to detail tho Charles
ton and Concord to aid tho troops
Secretary Aigor una issued no
ordors for taking another point in
tho Philippines and he intimates
no-further stop toward occupying
tho group will bo taken until tho
treaty is rntified.
Tho British Consul at Samoa
undor data lof Dec. 8, 1898, pub
lishes this notice:
Take notioa that Bollona, Bon
nell and Stewart Islands, the
Santa Cruz and Beef Groups, tbo
Island of Tuaopia, Trevannion,
Anuda and Fatoka Islands and
the Duff (or Wilson) Group
havo beon incorporated in tho
British Solomons Protectorate
and that tho jurisdiction of the
Court of the High Commissioner
for the Western Pacific and tho
provisions of the Pacific Ordor in
Council 1893 and of the Queen's
Regulations mado in acoDrdanco
therewith nro extendod ovor tho
said islands nnd places as also
oor Pitcftirn Island, nud let nil
persons within the limits of the
said Order in Council govern
Mull For Guni,
Postraostor General Oat an
nouuos that tho Bennington will
take a mail to Guam if tlioro nro
nny "takers." Captain Tiussig of
the gunbont has consented to do
Sales roported today were: C
Ewa Plnutatinu $200, GG Hawaii
an Sugnr S1G5, 10 Oahu Paid up
$142, 15 Ookala Sugar Co S95,
202 Oahu Paid up $142$, 11 Iu-ter-Islnnd
S N Co $140, 5 Oahu
Powder to be
er and better
than any other
ROYAL CAKINa FOV.DIH CO , htW YOK.
Two Petitions for Writ of Habeas
Corpns are Rejected.
Tbo Chief Justice Figures Out the Second
Sentence as Beginning to Take Effect
From Time the Fine Was Paid.
Goorgo A. Davis, imprisoned
for contomrjt of court, yestorday
applied to Jtistico Whiting for n
writ of habeas corpus. It was re
fused. Mr. Davis was not kept at
tbo station long aftor tho Supremo
Court decided against him. Ho
was sont back to Oahu prison.
This morning Mr. Davis ap
plied to all tho Justicos of tho
Supremo Court by name, or to
tho Supromo Court itself, for a
writ of habeas corpus. Ho alleges
that whon taken to the prison
ho was kept thore from 10 in tho
evening to 7:40 in tho morning
without nuthority, ns tho jailor
did not havo a mittimus for his
detention nil that timo.
Tho petitioner states facts to
show that ho has fully satisfied
tbo two sontences for contempt.
Ho has four or five cases to pro
paro for argument nnd tho inter
ests of his clients will Buffer from
bis dotontion. Tho mittimuses un
der whiah ho is hold, Mr. Davis
says, nro void on thoir fnco. For
ono thing, ho objects to tho organ
ization or mo oupremo uourt,
with tho place of absont Justice
Froar not filled by a sworn sub
Chiof Justice Judd has declinod
to allow tho writ. Tho reasons for
the refusal aro that tho first sen
tence, which was imprisonment
until tbo fino of $50 should bo
paid, only expired whon tho flue
was-paid on tho 30th of Decem
ber, and that tho second sentence.
which was imprisonment for ton
days to tako effect aftor tho first
sentonce, only begnn to run from
that clato and tueroforo will not
oxpiro until Sunday tho 8th day
Another Hale of Colly end Artlitlc Gomli
V 111 be Hold.
Tboro has been such a pressure
brought to boar upon James F.
Morgan, tho onorgotio auctioneer,
by artistic people of Now Hono
lulu, that ho haB consonted to hold
another auction snlo of Turkish
and Persinn rugs collected by that
art connoisseur M. B Mihrnn in
the anoient Eastern Empiro and
imported to this country. Tho
salo will take place tomorrow at
10 o'clock a. m. in tho ProcrcsB
Contemplated purchasers should
remember that when tho customs
laws of tho United States nro on
forced horo, a GO por cont dutv
I will bo chnrged for imported rugs.
Tbo losson is self-evident. Thorn
will nover bo such nn opportunity
as is now offered by Morgan to
buy rugs. Seo Morgan's Auction
Sales, pago 8.
Kntert'lnuicnt on Konouru-Mnru.
Tboro was an ontertainmont
given by tho Captain of the Ko-noura-Mnru
aboard that ship Inst
evening. Among those present
was tbo Jnpaneso represontativo
and his wifo and Air. and Mrs.
Ozaki. Tho Japanese roprosonta-
tivo and his wife woro tnken off
in tho Bennington boat.
Ten Minute Service on Ileretnnla
Commoncing with tho Now
Year, tho Hawaiian Tramway 3
Company inaugurated a daily
ten minuto service on Borotanin
street, betweon town nnd Punn
bou, from G:30 a. m. to 8:25 p. m.,
aftor which tho cars run ovory
twenty minutes, ub before.
A first-class solicitor is wanted.
His End Conies Suddenly Irora
Was Nearly Fifty Years of Age Belonged to
Buffalo, N. Y. A Civil Engineer and
Another suddon death pained
tho community this morning.
KubsoII D. Wnlbridgo died of apo
plexy, aftor only a fow hours' ill
ueBs, nt bis homo in King streot.
Tbo ond camo at 8:30 a. m.
Mr. Walbridge was ono of tho
best known men in those islands.
Ho wnB n nativo of Buffalo, Now
York, ond 49 years of ago last
July. Ho graduated with honors
as a civil engineer at tho Boston
Institute of Technology. Mr.
Wnlbridgo wns a mumber of tho
House of Nobles for Maui in the
Legislature of 189). At that time,
as for sevoral years previous, bo
was manager of the Wailuku
Sugar Co.'m plantation.
In 1890 Mr. Walbridgo marriod
Miss Boruico Pnrko, daughter of
tho Into Mnrshal W. C. Parke.
Loaving the plantation soon aftor-
ward ho nnd Mrs. Walbridgo
lived for some timo in tho East
ern States. Returning to tbo isl
ands they took up thoir residonco
in Honolulu. Mr. Walbridgo for
the last two or throo years of his
life, was engaged in promoting
the Lanai sugar plantation
Owing to tho nboonoo of W. O.
Parko, brother of Mrs. Walbridge,
on Kauai tho funeral arrange
ments aro a3 yot indefinite. Mr.
Parko haB boon sent for, however,
and it ib probablo tbo intermont
will take placo on Friday after
noon. Services will bo hold at St.
Mr. Walbridgo was a man of
sunny tomporamont and compa
nionable disposition. His suddon
death will bo deplored by n groat
many frionds whom ho mado for
With his wifo tbo lamonted gen
tloman leaves ono son to mourn
an affectionate husband and
THIS TllANKHOIVINO DlNNI.K.
Having boon requested to mnko
a public stneomont of tbo rocoipts
nud oxpensos conneoted with the
Thanksgiving dinner for tho sol
diers, I beg leavo to report ns fol
lows: Receipts S nfio" 00
Disbursements as per vouchers... 1463 16
Balance short but made up by
private subscription 97 16
$ 1463 16
J. B. Atherton.
Honolulu, Jan. 4, 1899.
Tbo U. S. S. Bennington sails
for Manila on Saturday and not
Friday, as stated in another papor.
8ho will procoed to Guam, thoro
to romain for two or threo months.
Sbo will then Bail for Manila to
join tho Ablatio Squadron. The
Bonnington will not return to this
port. Tho indications now nro
tbnt tho Yorktown will roplaoo tho
Bonnington. Howovor, no such
orders havo yot been recoived.
Whon tho Bonnington readies
Guam, Captmn Taussig will be
tho representative of tho Amoricnn
Government. Tboro is nt prosont
no appointed ropresontativo on tho
Another GMIelan Boy,
Another Galician boy has
Oahu plantation and is now in
town with his bundlo. Ho ap
pealed to Captain Eanao saying
that what ho wanted was food and
a plnco to eleop. Ho would do
whnt work thero wns for tboso two
things. Tho captain agroed to
take him in.
Chief Justice Given Protection of Brit
ish and Americans.
Dangers of Clash Between Mallctoa and Ha-
taafa Factions Case Now Before
Conditions in Samoa seem to be
settled by no means. When tho
Mariposa loft Chiof Justico Cham
bcrs was hearing tho enso of Ma
tnafn vs. tho Malicaton faction.
That tbo fcoling is running high
is indicated from theso proclama
tion issued by tho British and
tho Consul-Gonernl of
United States of America.
All porsons whom it mny con
cern tako notice; that I, Luther W.
Osborn, Consul-General of tho
United States of America in and for
tho Kingdom of Samoa nnd depend
encies, by virturo of the Powers in
mo vosted ns such Kopresentntive,
upon tho writtou request of tbo
Chiof Justico of Samoa, havo
hoisted the flag of tho said United
States of Amorica over tho resi
dence of tho said Chief Justice at
Motootua, nud all persons aro
boreby notified that tho protection
of tho United States is extqndod to
tho family of Baid Chiof Justico as
citizons thereof; nud that such
protection is fully extended and
guaranteed to tbo said Chief Jus
tico by tho Government of tbo
United States, ns ono of tbo Three
Treaty Powers having equnl rights
in Snmon and equally concerned
in upholding tho dignity nnd nu
thority of the buprorao Court nud
of tho Chief Justico thereof in tho
full and complete exorciso of tbo
duties of his otlico; nnd all porsons
aro herebywarnod tbnt tho (mid
Chiof Justico and his fnmily and
his residence as well as the said
Supremo Court and all its records
and properties nro hold under the
protection of tho flag of tho United
States of Amonoa, nnd tbnt nnv
unlawful trespass upon or injury to
tho said Supromo Court, or tbo
private residonco of tbo said Chief
Justico or nny nttnek upon or in
jury to tbo Chiof Justice or nny
momber of his fnmily will be con
sidered nnd troatod ub nn nttnek
upon said flng.
Given nt tho Cousulnto Gonoral
of tbo United States of Amorica at
Apia, Samoa, this 22 duv of Do-
combor, A. D. 1898.
Lutheu W. OsnoitN,
United States Cousul-Gouoral.
By Ernest Georgo Berkeloy
Mnxso Esquiro, Her Britauuio
Majesty's Consul for Samoa.
Theso aro to certify to nil to
whom it mny concorn, that I, tho
said Ernest Georgo Borkeloy
Maxso, by tho poworo vested in
mo as Consular Bopresontativo of
Her Majesty's Government in
Samoa, havo at tho request of the
Chief 'Justico of Samoa, hoisted
tbo British flag over his privato
rosidonco, as n sign nnd
warning to nil whom it
may concorn, that Hor Britannio
Majesty's Govornmont, ns ono of
tho Throe Trenty Powers in Samoa,
who havo equal rights nnd privil
eges, and nro equally concoruod,
in tho upholding of tbo rights and
privileges of tho Chiof Justice,
and of tho Supremo Court of
Snmon, hereby solemnly affirm
that tho persons of tho Chief Jus
tico, and of his fnmily, nnd his
Srivnto residonco, (as well ns the
upromo Court) nro under the
protection of tho British flng, nnd
and that any attaok on them will
bo considered an attaok on that
Given nt tho British Consulate
Apia, Samoa, Decombor 22nd,
Ernest Geo. Berkeley Maxse.
Tho Honolulu Paokflco Dolivorv
Company will tako your truuk to
nny part ot tuo city for ao cents.
See Now Today, pago 8.
Reorganized church of jlsus
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Militant Hall, rear of Opera House: Sunday
to a. in. Bible class; n a. m. preaching in
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 p. m. preaching In English 5 Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
Nt. Frnncli Hcliool.
Tbo froo depirtment of St.Louis
College is to bo known henceforth
as "St. Fraucis School." Tho new
building, located nt tho northwest
corner of Kukui street nud Collogo
Inne, was lately erected by tho Lu
cas Bros., tho paiuting having
been dono by Mr. Stirling in good
stylo. It was dedicated with ap
propriate ceremonies by His Lord
ship tbo Bishop of Ponnpolis.
Tho school is oxclusively for Ca
tholic children whoso parents nro
too poor to pay oven the low tui
tion fes chnrged by tbo College.
The Bishop supports this school,
which nro at present nnnttondnnco
of over 200.
May Move t Metlco.
Whilo John Enn wns in Mexico
traveling for his health bo negoti-
ntnd for n very largo piece of land
nnd employed attorneys to look up
the titlo. He expects to henr by
tho next stenmor from the Cof.st.
Mr Ena is very much pleased
with tbo place nnd says tbnt, for n
business man, tho country holds
vast possibilities in store. Living
is ridiculously cheap. Tho enmo
conditions oxist there as in tho
islands thirty-five years ago. This
alone is a promising fact. Should
Mr. Ena succeed 111 getting tho
liunl be wants, it is very probablo
that bo and his family will movo
Fiiiicr.il ( V. J, Uiillnslier.
Tho funeral of tho late Wm. J.
Gallagher took placo from tbo Mo
thodist church to Nuuauu ceme
tery at 10 this morning. Bov. G.
L. Puarson conducted the Forvices.
There was a goodly attendnnco of
sympathizers with tho nillicted
family, nnd there wero many con
tributions of Uowon. M. It. Count
er supported tho widow out to tho
chief mourner..' carriage. J.Bnt
chelor, John Cassiily, L. O. Abies
nnd L. L. Ln Pierro wero tbo pall
bearers. H. II. Williams was tbo
uudortaker in charge.
Professor Borgcr and his band
will givo a grand concert at
Thomas equaro Thursday evening.
Tho band stand will bo lighted by
Acetylene gas furnishod by tho
Oceanic Gas & Electric Co., 112
To Nlinrn Munnjferelilp.
Ernest Thrum will romain in
Honolulu permanently nnd will
shnro with his brother, David F.
Thrum, tho mu.ongon.ont of the
Fort street storo. Mr. Thrum
etnrtod in to nttond to his new
Will Not On to Protfrne Hall.
The Kilohnnn Art Lenguo has
decided not to movo into Progress
hall. Tbo rooms it wns thought
at first could bo secured for tho
league, aro now occupied nud tbnt
organization is now casting about
for another place.
Highest Honors World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Grape Cream ol Tartir Powder.
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