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Vol. VI. No. 1110.
HONOLULU, H. L, THUltSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1899.
PltlOH 5 OjJNTd.
TO BE REPORTED TO HOUSE
SENATOR MORRILL DEAD
GENERAL MILLER AT ILOILO
TRANSPORT TACOMA HERE
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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. Wc
anticipated both the Xmas and New
Year's Feast Days in recent addi
tions to our stock, and havo in
reserve, for your trade, almost a
complete duplicate of what you
found with us last week.
Hawaiian Bill will tie Takon Up After
Similar to Senate Measure -Discussion
's Subsidy to the Cable
Promoters Hay be Yold.
Washington, December 27.
Tbo Houbo Committeo on Terri
tories, by its Bub-committeo on
Hawaii, bns comploted its con
sideration of tbo Govornraont bill
which will bo introduced into tbe
Houso soon after tbo holiday ro-
cobb. Tbo bill diHors in few res
pects from that reported to tbe
Senato and will have speedy con-
sidoration, though thoso opposed
to it are still talking of opposition
on tho floor. Tboro are a few
changes in tho tost, of courso, one
being ranuo which makos all citi-
zons of the islauds prior to Aug
ust 12, 189S, citizonsof tho Unitod
States. In tho list of laws of tho
republic which aro kept in forco
is that which applies to tho in
It is providod that ono year's
resideuco prior to application
must bo had beforo n divorce suit
may bo comraonced.
Hawaiian Cable Hub.ldy Vol,!.
Washington, Decombor 27.
Tho subsidy of 8100,000 which
tbo Dolo Govornmont of Hawaii
promised to tho Pacific Gablo
Company to assist in laying a
cable from Sau Francisco to Ho
uolulu, will probably novor bo
paid. Under tho terms of tbo
ngreomont between tbe company
nnd tho former Government, it bo
comos binding unless the United
States Government disagrees to its
provisions bofore January 2, 1899.
It is stated today that Secretary
of SUto Hay has como to tho con
clusion that ho has no authority
to confirm this grant and that tho
Question must be passed upon by
OonoroBB, which alono has tho
powor to mako appropriations.
Tho agroement betuoen tho cablo
company and Hawaii may bocomo
tho subject of litication in tho
courts, in view of tho fact that tho
cable people, belioying in its val
idity, have alroady goDO to somo
expense in tlto manor or prelimi
nary work. President Scryraor is
now in Japan, endeavoring lo oi
tain a subsidy from that Govoru
ment for a cubic from Ng'noki to
Honolulu, to couuect v tli tho
proposed lino to thoUnilrd Stitos
tuoops hi:nt to imiii.o.
Now York, Decernl)-"- 26. A
cablo from Manila to the Sun
sny-: An oxyc litiou cm s sting of
a eiguul dotuu.uu tit, Batieiy G of
the Sixth Artillery, EL-bteonth
n-gularrt and Fifty-first Iowa
Hegimout, under command of
General Miller, started for Iloilo
louiuht on board tbo transports
Pennsylvania, Arizona and New
port. Tho expedition was con
voyed by the cruiser Baltimore.
It is bolioved that tho Spaniards
aro ou the poiut of evacuating
Made from most highly re
fined grape cream of tartar.,
Makes pure, delicious,
Was Oldest Member of the United
Forty Years of Continuous Senlce Death
Caused by Preumonla Nearly 90
Washington, Decombor 28.
JuBtin S. Morrill, tho sonior
United States Senator from Ver
mont, died at 1:20 o'clock this
morning, in tho oighty-uintb year
of his age, aftor an illnoss of less
than a week. Tho immodiato
causo of death was pnoumonia
resulting from grip.
In tho doath of Senator Morrill
tho Sonato lost its senior mombor
in point of eervico, and its oldest.
Ho bad served continuously in
tho Senato for moro than thirty
ono years, and ho was 88 years of
aero on tho 14th. of April last.
With the single exception of
Galusha Grow of tbo Houso of
Representatives, ho was tho tho
only man in Congress whosoCon
grossioual career began' prior to
tho beginning of tho Civil War,
and ho bad tbo honor over Grow
in that bis Congressional sorvico
had beou continuous, covoring in
the Senato and tho Houso com
bined forty-four years.
Senator Morrill's last speooh in
tbo Senato was delivered a weok
beforo tho adjournment for tho
holidays, tbo subject being tho
need of a building for tho ubo of
tho Uuited States Supremo Court
and othor courts. Its delivoranco
showed fow signs of lessoned
vitality, and at its conclusion tho
honor was dono the Senator of a
uuanimous passngo of tho resolu
tion on which bo spoko.
lira In Hough Weather.
Tho bteamer Iwa had a rough
time of it on bor Inst trip. Whon
she got closo to Waimanalo, heavy
weathor was struck and an anchor
brokon in two. Tho pin valvo
camo out and tho Iwa was in dan
ger. She put into Waimanalo,
repaired damages and then con
tinned on bor way. Tho Iwa will
Bail for her usual ports tomorrow
Iloyal Wolcomo For U.ttle-Hhlp..
Lima, December 2C Tho Unit
ed States battlo ships Iowa and
Orogon arrived at Callao this
morning and wore given a royal
reception. Daring the day great
crowds thronged th-ir decks. A
delegation representing tho Cuban
roBidenls of Pom prnsoutea each
ship with a gold pinto as u testi
monial of the Santiago tight.
Jtihu flood Portioned.
San Quontiu Prison, December
21. John W. Flood, ox-cashier of
the Donohoe-Kolly Bank, who
was convicted in Moy, 1895, of
falsifying tho bank records and
sentouced to soven years im
prisonment, was released today 011
a pardon granted by tho Gov
ernor. Hole to Fight lli Trt'aty.
Lowiston f'Mo., December 24.
A spocial to the Evening
Journal from Washington says
that Senator Halo rovoaled today
his determination to opposo the
ratification of tho Paris treaty of
peace with Spain.
Cril or Thank..
MrB. W. J. Gallagher, on bobalf
of her childron and horsolf, do-
sires to publicly thank tho many
friends who kindly gavo thoir ser
vices and sympathy at tho doath
and burial of her lato husband.
Gunboat. Ileaily for Sea,
Suisuu, Dec. 20. Tho United
StateB gunboats Wheeling nnd
Yorktown havo received a thor
ough overhauling at Mare Island,
and now nppear in glistening
whito, all ready for sea.
Finds Insurgents in Control Bat All
Municipal Government Formed Foreign Pro
perty Guarded New Filipino
Cabinet at Manila.
'Manila, Dec. 29. Tho expedi
tion under Goneral Millor arrived
at Iloilo Tuesday and found tho
Spaniards had ovacuated the placo
on Saturday. Tho steamer Ghu
ruca transferred tho Spanish
forcos to Mindanao.
In accordanco with an ogroo
ment tho robots ontorod tho city
and tronches on Monday at noon.
Tboy immodiatoly ostablisbed a
municipal governmont. Guards
woro placod over foreign property.
Everything is quiot and orderly.
Thero was some looting during
tho night, but fivo natives wero
shot and this bad an exemplary
effect. Tho only foreign shin in
tho harbor was the British cruisor
A new Filipino Cabinot has
been formed, the poraonol of
which is as follows:
President of tho Cabinet and
Minister of Foreign Agairs, Sonor
Mnhini; Minister of War, Honor
Luna; Ministor of tho Interior,
Sonor Aranota; Minister of Agri
culture and Commerco, Sonor
Dnoncamino; Minister of Public
Works, Senor Canon.
FOUND GUILTY OF FORGERY
D. Hayne Convicted of One of
Two Former Oahu College Students Give Evi
dence of InentlGcatlon Subject of
Lecture Causes Mirth,
Julion D. Hayno will most like
ly attain to a period of dosorvod
rest for bis overworked wits in tho
Stato Prison of Now York. Ho
has been convictod of forging a
bond. Allan W. Judd gives tho
nows in a lottor to his fathor, tho
Yonng Judd ond Wm. RawlinB
wero brought up from Yalo col
lego to givo ovidonco of identifica
tion of Hayno at his trial. Raw
lins caused a tittor in tho court
room by testifying that tho first
timo ho saw Hayno was when ho
lectured to tho studonts in Oahu
college, Honolulu, on "Success in
Platts Bush, son of tho widow
whom Hayno married to victimize
ont of bor fortune, was ono of tho
witnessos. Judd writes from Now
York imracdiatoly upon tho rend
ering of tho verdiot of "guilty."
Tho witnesses from Honolulu
woro discovered at Yalo by a de
tective. m m
lll'.POKTH FllOJI HAWAII.
Tho board of supervisors of this
county havo received a report of
Goorgo Comporo, thoir commis
sioner in Hawaii, who was sent
thero for tho purpose of socuring
parasites for fruit treo posts. Ho
states that ho has forwardod para
sites which destroy aphis and also
tho posts which have boon attack
ing tho English walnut troe. Tho
success of tho now acquisitions
will bo watched with intorost by
Ilailtf r Boon Comlnif to the Paclllc.
Philadelphia, Decomber 2G.
Tho auxiliary cruiser Badgor has
loft Leaguo Iflaud Navy Yard for
Norfolk, whoro she will rocoivo
further equipment, preparatory to
J Bailing for San Francisco.
Men and Animals In Good Shape New
Captain In Command -Old Faces and
New Ship's News In General.
Tho transport ship Tacoma
camo into port and hauled along
Bido tho old ilsbmarkct wharf this
morning, after a vory ploasant
trip of 13 days from Sau Fran
cibco, this including two days of
almost absoluto calm.
Tho Tacoma, upon her firat
trip from Man Francisco, camo
into port in vory bad shape.
'IMmvA itfoa n afriti nf rlatrrnvnl 1 n
AUUIU IT UO U OfclalW Va, UVIUUilUtmr
tion among tho mon and animals
aboard. A long trip had been
spent, thora had boon discontent
as to tho manner in which tho
ship had beon bandied, tho cou
deusers wero in bad shapo, bo thnt
thero was a great shortago for tho
two hundred horses and mules,
tho olootrio plant had failed to
perform its roost necessary func
tions, and a number of smaller
details woro unsatisfactory.
Tho contrast this trip ib cer
tainly refreshing. Tho ship is
liko a now ono from bow to stem,
tho captain, Peterson by nnrao,
is nn old Bait of acknowledged
ability, tho mon aro in good con
dition aftor a quick trip, tho mules
aro perieouy wen in uouor lemo
really than whon tho started from
San Franciscoand thoro is a
spirit of content on the part of all
Tho TacomnVvill bo hero for at
least ten (lavs. Shu will dis
chargo her mulos today, tho whole
lot to remain nnro. luo provi
sions. hay nud cram and ambu
lances will bo taken out of the
hold and tbo remainder of tho
mules aud horses loft horo on tho
last trip, will bo takoa aboard.
Tho Tacoma will thon proceed to
Manila. Thoro will bo no going
back to San Francisco this tinio
First Lieut. O'Shea of the
Fourth Cavalry is in chargo of
tho twentv-oicht cavalrymen
aboard. First Liout. Hinckloy of
tho First Washington Voluntoois
is assistant. Dr. Brownloe, an
army surgoon is on the Tacoma.
There aro in all, 28 cavalrymen
aboard. Of tbis numbor, 22 aro
of tho lot that came here ou tho
first trip of tho Tacoma. Six aro
new men. Six troops of tho
Fourth Cavalry aro represented
by tho 28 mon. Thoro is ono
eorceant, U lloolo and ono cor
Dr. Brown, a vory courteous
man, is tho vofcrinary surgoon in
ohargo of tho 111 mules aboard.
JJr. mown took a representative
of tho Bulletin into tho quarters
of tho mulos. Ihoro aro perfect
in every rospect. For a month
provious to doparturo tho mules
had boon standing in mud and
had contracted colds They are
now froo from complaint.
Captain Davis who was in
chargo of tho Tacoma on her first
trip, has boon rolioved by 'Cap
tain Peterson. Lieut. Cameron,
in ohargo of tho men, has gono
back to West Point as assistant in
drowing and Dr. Plummer, who
bad chargo of tho horses and
mules, is at tho boadquartorfl of
tho Fourth Cavalry in tho Pro
sidio. Tho foroman teamster on tho
Tacoma is Harvoy Carlylo who
had chargo of n pack train during
tho visits of Goneral Sheridan to
Yollowstono Parkin '81, '82, '83
and '81. Thoro aro seventeen
other teamstora. Two Btowuways
camo in tho Tacoma.
'lIufTalo'. Ilrcoril Trip.
Washington, Decombor 28.
Tho cruisor Buffalo arrived todav
at Port Said, on routo to Manila
just sixteen days and a half out
from Now York. Thus she has
brokon all naval records up to
this point in bor voyago.
Fine Trip of Thirteen
One Half Days.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OP JLSUS
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Mllilanl Hall, rear of Opera House: Sunday
to a. in. Bible class: u a. m. prenchlni: In
Hawaiian; 6:30 p.m. prenchlni; Hawaiian;
7:10 p. m. rtreaclilnc In Hnsllsh : Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
VISITOR HERE FROM APIA
He Was There Two Weeks Amidst the
Thinks There Was No Dinger of Iinnisdiata
Trouble Foreigners Excited and Well
Supplied With Rumors.
O. W. A. Bumn, who aniv?d in
tho Mariposa, camo diroct from
Samoa, whero ho hud spent two
weeks. Ho wns mot nt ilm Ha
waiian hotel this morning by a
Bulletin repntor and nuked
about tho crisis owi toe election
of a king at Apia
"Thoro was much ixcitemeut
nmong tho poop'o at Apia," baid
Mr. Burua, "but 1 dou't thiuk
thero was immeditte danger of
"You hnvo had tl-o nows about
tho American and British Hays be
ing hoisted to prot.-cl tbe Chief
Justice, who has t decido who
shall bo king f'
"The Gormius aro in favor of
Mataafa, whib the Am.-nc.us and
English want Mill if tot ns king.
Mataafa says he 4 !.., nud ho
will bo kiug, mi hitler wmt tho
Ghiof Jubticr iiin .1 d . Thero
was an ass-mbliu or ibo sup
porters of JMuia' 1 fiom tho dif
ferent islands ut Apia ttt show
their .strouglh. I think Jtliey
numbered about 3000 beforo I
loft. 1 don't know who Iht Ma
liotoa is doing 111 .- miui- thing it
wus reported th-i lie wn.
"Tho only fo in war vcbsoIb
at Apia u-rn itn- Gciimui nhip
Adler and the HiitiMii ship l'or
poiso. All kinds or ..ui a wio cur
rout at Apia, m , t ui ti em shoer
invention. Fui nitniice, it was
rumored that while mtsHiouariea
had beon cm up. There w..s not
a particlo of trtwh 111 tin's ttry.
"Tho fori-ium is urr excited over
oventB, but lhe -r- nut ufiaid. I
don't know how ihoy are Hiipplied
with armc Th y liiigh when any
thing is saiil ahout ill possibility
of thoir boing attacked.
,'Ouly ono whitJ ruuu is kuown
to havo been killed in Samoa.
That wiih an no -ideut, while tho
man was looking ou at a battlo.
Yes, it was a long time ne.o.
Poat-illlct' f"r Hollo.
Washington, December 28.--Tho
Pos'oliice Uepnrttnent has is
sued nu order o-dalihthii)g with
tho now car military postnl sta
tion No; 3 at Iloilo, iu tho Philip
pines it being a nub-Htation of
tho San Franeis o IWoflice.
Kurtfeon llHlulltnti Ilro,!,
Chicago, December 21. Dr.
John B Hamilton, f-nuirlv Sur-ceon-Gi'iioral
if the Uuittd
States Mariii" Hasp tal Sorviop,
died iu Eluin. HI., toniuht.
Highest Honors World's Fair
Gold Mcdnl, Midwinter Fain' '
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