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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, .TANUAKY Ui, 189!).
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Thai's what we claim to be, with
,cur big stock, big, busv store and
, 'up;todate methods.
We are ready for
Orders, when you recover from the
stuffing administered recently. We
anticipated boththe Xmas and New
Year's Feast Days in recent addi
tions to our stock, and have tin
reserve, for your trade, almost a
complete duplicate of what
found with us last week.
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MORE JAPANESE RIOTING
An Outbreak on WaHnta Plantation
From Severity of Luna.
Police - are Called and Drive the Coolies to
Jail They are Fined and Have the
Wailuktvjan. HWrjiju second
bloodlesuiko within" ono week
hn8 again como nud gone, lbis
time it is the Japaueso of Wniluku
plantation. A haolo luna named
Sommerfield, who has lately boon
transferred from Sprockelsvillo
plantation, handled a Jap on tho
Held vory roughly loat Tuesday,
and during the night somo forty
or fifty plantation Japs collected
to punish the lana and give him a
lesson whereby perhaps ho might
be disposod treat them uko peers
to tbe manor born hereafter.
Early on Yednosday morning,
tho Japs went to the plantation
stables iu search of Souimorfiold.
J. Dow, tho bond luna, happened
to bo passing that way and inquir
ed of them whither they woro go
ing, and why they did not go to
thoir work in tho field. Tho Japs
yelled out they wanted Sommor
tiold's scalp, whereupon Mr. Dow
porsuaded them iu tho namo of
the Mikado yea, in a fatherly way,
to givo up bucIi vile and mur
derotiB intentions, and uover mix
up tho fair namo of Wailuku plan
tation with any such detestable
deeds. Tho Japs with' ono mind
refused to yield until Sommorfiold
received his just does. Tho polico
woro summoned and on their ar
rival tho unruly Japs wero driven
to thoir work, but not bofore one
of tho police, Antono Dutro, re-
ueivod a nasty hit on tho back of
tho head with a club oloverly
wielded by one of the enraged
Mr. Dow then whirled his trus
ty blacksnake in tho air with the
idea of scaring tho Japs off to
work, but not intending any harm
on thoir persons. Tho Japs, twon
ty-two in number, woro leu to
Wailuku jail by tho polico and
during tho day they appeared be
fore District Magistrate McKay's
tribunal on the charge of refusing
tho lawful and rightful commands
of their mastors, aud wero each
fined SI. On the following day,
Jnn. 12, five of tho Japs wore pull
ed up nud appeared boforo tho
samo court for assnult and battery
on tho person of Mr. Dow. One of
tho gang was discharged, while
four was found guilty as charged
and sentenced to threo days' im
prisonment. On tho 13th J. Dow
was arraigned neioro Aiciay,
charged by Harakiwith assaulting
him, but Dow was' discharged, aa
it was considered that ho did not
exceed tho bounds of propriety
whon ho used the whip, especially
when attacked by an onragid mob
of coolio laborers. Mr. bomnier-
field is used to rows of this kind,
as ho is a luna of some exporienco
in that lino, as his past Spreckels
ville record will provo.
lltltlmontul Camp Fire.
All ex-members of tho Natioual
Guard of Hawaii aro invited to
attend the Kegimoutal Camp
Fire. Thoy will report to and bo
sented with their former company.
Members of tho llegimont will
appear iu uniform.
Do not, because the alum
baking powders may be a
little lower in price, risk
your health by using them.
Royal is a pure Baking
Powder, free from alum,
and makes healthful food.
It is really more economi
cal in use than the lower
priced powders, because it
is of greater strength and
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MEETING DEWEY'S DEMANDS
Will Have Largest Sqadron Ever Under
American Admiral. .
Navy Department Will Furnish All He Wants
-Jackles Tired of Manila Tobacco-
Ask for Clay Pipes.
New Yorki January 7.--A
cial to tho Tribune fiom Wash
Tho Navy Department rccoivsd
a long cipher cablo dispatch from
Admiral Dewey making requisi
tions for ships and supplies ur
gently ncoded on tho Asiatic sta
Tho Admiral roitorated the re
quest ho has mado several times
in tho last few weeks, that addi
tional light draught gunboats
should bo sont to him, notwith
standing tho fact that Secretary
.Long informed him yestoruay that
tho Castinc was starting immedi
ately by way of Suez and other
vessels would follow when thoy
could bo spared.
A reply was sent to tho Admiral
today that tho Bennington, now
on her way from Honolulu to
mako surveys nt Guam would be
ordered to Manila iu tho courso of
few months aud tho Machias,
now repairing at I'ortsnioutu, nt.
H., would follow tho Castinc
through tho Mediterranean in a
fow weeks on her wny to join his
Secretary Long ndded a request
to Admiral Dewey to designate
specifically any other gunboats he
desired, in order that the depart
ment might gratify him if possi
ble. The authorities recognize
tho advisability of seuding all tho
gunboats that can bo spared to tho
Astatic station, on nccount of their
adaptability to service iu the arch
ipelago, but, in addition to the
Concord and Petrol which are
now nt Iloilo, tho Holeue is nt
Port Said on her way to Mauila aud
Admiral Dewey now has in com
mission tho Callao, tho Manila,
tho Culgoa and tbo Barcolo which
ho captured from the Spaniards,
and in a fow weeks tho Isla do
Luzon and tho Isla do Cuba,
which ho raisod and sent to Hong
kong, will bo manucd by the
crews sent out on tho Juuttalo.
Ho also has tho captured gun
boats Loyte and Mindnuao await
ing crows, auu when the xuacuias,
tho Uastme and tho Bennington
join hitn, ho will havo thirty ves
sels under his command, not
counting tho Oregon aud tho Iris,
which will soon bo at Honolulu,
awaiting orders to go to his sup
Such a large fleet has novor in
times of peace been under the
command of a single American
otlicor, but tho department has
such confidence iu tho Admiral's
judgment that it will not hositata
to Bond him any furtbor re-en-forcoments
that ho demands.
In his dispatch Admiral Dewey
calls for largo quantities of plug
tobacco, soap and Amorican food.
It will bo remembered that soon
after tho destruction of Montojo's
ileot tho Admiral cnblod for forty
thousand bars of Bonp, finding ho
could buy nono in Asiatic waters.
This supply has oitbor boon ex
hausted or tbo Admiral is deter
mined to havo a fresh supply on
hand beforo it gives out, iu order
that there shall bo no uncloanli-
ness in his iloot. His demand
for moro plug tobacco is explain
ed in lotters which havo recoutly
reached Washington from olUcors
of the fleet, tolling how tired the
m on.. aro of Philippine cigars, and
how thoy miss their sweetoned
navy plug aud their clay pipes.
To carry thoso neoded Htipplios
tho department decided today to
fit up tho auxiliary cruisor Yan
kee or her sister ship tho Prairio
and load them full of necessities,
sending them to Manila by way
of tho Huoz canal. Theso vessels
aro now at Leaguo island, but ono
of them can bo sont around to
Now York and mado ready to
start in tho noxt two weeks.
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ACCIDENT DOWN THE ROAD
Ewa Dally and a Yard Engine
Engineer and Fireman Badly Hurt -Yard Engine
Smashed and Mr. Dillingham's Private Car
Injured Work of Slippery Ralls.
Shortly before 7 o'clock this
morning there was a collision bo-
twoen tlio luwti daily paesonacr
train ongino and a yard ongiuol
engageu iu wio woik or. swucuiug.
Tho former had ono first class and
one second class passongor coach
es, besides six sugar cars heavily
Iauen, attached. Tho latter hail
B. F. Dillingham's private car
"Pearl" and two empty freight
cars attached. Tho accident hap
pened in tbo yard near tho depot.
Tho Ewa daily was coming
along at a good rate aud had al
most readied tho yard whon it was
found that tho yard engino was
going in tho opposite directiou on
tho samo track. The daily put on
tho air brakes sud tho yard engino
reversed to get out of tho way but
tho timo was inadequate.
Ihero was an awful crash as
tbo two engines camo together and
passengers in tho Ewa daily woro
thrown forward with grent forco,
several receiving bad bruises. A
Portuguoso woman had lior hand
sovoroiy cut by a broken cor wiu-
The greatest damago occurred
to tho yard engine, which was !
crushod together and shorn of all 1
its woodwork. Mr. JJilliuglinm'si
private car was also injured. Louis
Myors, tho engineer, and Manutl
Borba, tho Portuguoso firotuan,
woro thrown from tho cnb and
badly hurt. The former had his
Ior broken. The same thing occur
red to tho latter but ho was iu a
vory much worse condition. His
faco was cut aud his body bruised.
There was hardly any daraags
to tho engino of tho Ewa daily
nud, although the engineer and
fireman woro pretty badly shaken
up, thoy received 110 injurios
Tho causo of tho accident seems
to havo been in the slippery rails,
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caused by tho drizzling rain ofi
this morning. The passenuer
tratu could not bo stopped, uor
could tho yard ongino be backed, '
Drs. Cooper and Burgess wero
callod to tho depot immediately
nftor tho accident. Both tho in
jured mon wero ordered to tho
Queen's hospital. 1
IXKCTItlCI CAItS SOON.
Thr HawMIn Tramray Coinimnjr
Movlnir In tho Mnttrr.
There arrived in tho bark Aldon
Bosso a fow days ago tho first in
stalmont of olectrio plant for the
fTnwiiiifin Train wnvR (lei. Tt mmn
consigned to tho Hawaiian Eloc-
trio Co. and was at onco turned
ovor to its real ownor. Enough
moro of the plant is on tho way
from San Francisco to mako n
with olectrio motive
place of mules aud
tho existing tramways
Two motor cars will shortly bo
on tho grouud Theso will bo
used as pattorns to such nn oxtont
as it may bo practicable to have
parts of tho rolling stock con
structed at Honolulu. Tho old
rails will bo used bo long as they
last, tho porraauont way haviug
neon substantially built. As no
return wire will be necessary, on
account of tho comparatively
small aroa oovorcd, tho problem
of conductors is doomed a eimplo
ono. For tho prosont tho old cars
will bo utilized as trailers.
I'leilut Wif-zblikl Cimimltldl.
Tho caso of Fiedor Wiozbiski,
charged with larcony in tho first
dogreo by stealing, taking and
carrying away a passport, the
property of Adam Jacobowski,
valued at $185, camo up iu tho
Polico Court this morning, and
defoudnnt was committed to tho
Circuit Court for trial, .
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THE ELDER MRS, THURSTON
Death ol Good Hawaiian Born Lady
; This Morning.
Was a Missionary's Daughter and Born at Pio
neer Mission Seminary Her Husband I
Legislator and Son a Diplomat.
Mrs. Sarah A. Thurston died
ourly this rooming at the old
"IM... fat lin.n.nfjinil T n .
valley, tho residonceof her daugh-
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nor, iurs. neien u. Alexander.
Tho daughter of tho lato Itev.
Lorrin Andrews, Hawaiian mis
sionary and lexicographer, Mrs.
Thurston was born at Labainn
luna sixty six years ago. Sho was
married to tho late Asa Thurston,
who was a morohant aud momborJ
of tho Legislature, also being a
Minister of Interior, aud died many
years ago. They had two chil
dren who survivo tho raothor
Hon. Lorrin A. Thurston
former Minister to Wnahiucton,
1 and Mrs. Alexander. Tho daugh tor
is tho widow of Charlof, a
brothor of Prof. W. D. Aloxauder.
.Mr. Andrews, father of Mrs.
Thurston, arrived with the labour,
Judd in 1828. Ho was known as
Judge Andrews lattorly, having
been a judgo of probate,
Mrs. Thurston was rcgardod
with nu affection amounting almost
to worship by tbo older rosidonts.
Her disposition was singularly
ngreeablo aud benevolent. The
fatal malady was pneumouia and
for somo days tho death of Mrs.
Thurston was expected at any
hour. Tho ftiuernl takes place at
.'! o'clock this afternoon from the
residenco of Mrs. Alexnndcr.
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Below is a libt of entries for the
sorai-aunual shoot of tho Hawai- I
ian lliilo Association, mado with
Secretary F. B. Damon up till 2
p. ra. Particulars includiug prizes
of oach match will bo found
iu tho advertising columns. Tho
targets will Do exposed at 'J a. in
will bo exposed at 'J a
It will bo observed that although
the number ot lndiviuual compoti
orH '?.fo,w cveft rann tllm
lino n limit fnnrtrd tn atiotnitl l.V-
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Inordinary shooting may
tuiu vu vrit"uitv
No 10 L Crabbe, Qus ltoso,
D Koliipio, C Wilcox, A 0 Wall,
No 2 W E Wall, 0 L Crabbo,
D Koliipio, A C Wall, F S Dodge,
J G Bothwoll.
No 3 C L Crabbe, 0
Everett, Ous Uoso, D Koliipio.
No 40 L Crabbe, D Koliipio,
A 0 Wall, F S Dodge, J G Itoth
well. No 50 L Crabbo, D Koliipio,
A 0 Wall, F S Dodgo.
No G-C L Crabbe, F B Damon,
Nob 7, b and i) may bo entered
I n tho rauge.
Your attention is drawn( to Mr.
C. E. Lo Munyon's advertisement
in our Now To-Day column in
which ho offers you tho freousoof
tho best dark room in tho island.
Ho will also lot you havo tho best
progrossionnl advice on mattore
portainiug to photography gratis.
Securo tho chanco by giving him a
call at his gallory, Booms 3 and -1
Cuiilalu Murfiliy Drail.
Tho Just ateamor brought tho
nows of tho doath iu Port Town
send of Captain Murphy of tho
Henry Villard. Captain Murphy
is woll known in Honolulu. At
tho timo of his death ho wns undor
83000 bonds. Ho was charged
with cniQlty to members of his
Munacrn nt Pon"iil.
A Mauila despatch of Dec. 30
says: Tho schooner Albi reports
tho massacre of tho Spanish gar
riaon by the combinod native
forcos at Ponapi, Carohuo Islands.
Henry Nooti, an educated ckiof,
has boon selected to bo tbo ruler.
He is Bf.id to bo fnvorablo to Ame
ricans, ' j.
KixmciANiziiD Church ov Jusus
ClIHIST holds meetings as follows in
Milil.iiil Hall, rear of Opera House: SunJay
ton. m. Bible tlass; it n. in. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. 111. preaching Hawaiian;
7!o p. in. preaching In L:ngllsh ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. in. prayer meeting.
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Washington, J.m. 7. At to-
d.ty'-i session of the Senate Mr.
Mason, of Illinois, offered the fol
WllCRUAS, All just powers of
government are derived from the
consent of the governed, therefore
lletottttl, Hy the Senate of the
United States, that the Government
of the United States of America will
not attempt to govern the people of
anv other country in the world with- w
out the consent of the people them- S
selves, or subject them by force to b
our dominion against their will.
Mr. Mason asked that the resolu. )J
tlon lie on the table, announcing his J
intention of addressing the Senate 1
unon It next Tuesdav. Januarv 10th.
NOT A SI.NUI.i: HID.
Clly f ('"lumliln H1 Puliani-il Oil"
Thoro was not a singlo bid nt
tho auction salo of tho steamship
City of Columbia by J. F. Morgan
at tho polico station at 12 noon to
day. Evidently tho upset prico
of S23.2G5.G2 sounded a tritlo too
high to tho two intending bidders
present. One of theBO is 11 rcpro
sotitntivo of otio of the largOBt
shippinr' companies iu San Fran-
cisco whilo tbe other is a former
Judgo who represents a Honolulu
Thoro was a crowd of about a
huudred aud fifty people presout
in thufjtrent and huIowuIU iicnio-
diately in front of tho polico
station. Sevoral pooplo romnrked,
upon Bcoing a dozou or moro ot
tho former crow of tho City of
Columbia present, t lint thoro would
bo ill luck.
Auctioneer Morgan rend tho
order of tho Court to tho Marshal
aud thou proceeded with tho sale.
For fully threo minutes ho cast
about for a bidder but thoro was
silouco ou all sides Then ho an
nounced that the sale would
bo postpouol until Monday, Jan
uary 13, at 12 noon, thU nt the re
quest of the Marahal.
A manuscript placard, that in
here reproduced as closely as
priuting types may do, was found
posted on n telephone pole at
Wilder') corner this morning:
This is tho dooument: ,
To all working white men
To Call a meeting
To Consider what to do
To put out those landlords
To drive out those vermin
To limit out the jails and rogues
To Settle nil those young aniericaus
To Restore the natives on the
Lands that Is pure american
Those volllnteer we will never have
Sush a chanch of tine young
To Combine now Is our time
To keen them let them m.irv
And Settle down for there Is
plenty in the States
W. H. M.
Highest Honors World's Fall
OoldMcdnl, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Qrape Cream of Tartar Povdtr.
40 YEARS TW STANDARD,
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