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Vol. VI. No, 1121.
HONOLULU, H. L, WEDNESDAY, JANUAltY 18, 189!).
Pitiois 5 Oi;nis.
CABLE BILL ONCE MORE
Senator Lodge Introduces the Hew
First Line to Honolulu to b Completed Dec.
31, 1900-Paclflc Cable Company
of New York.
Washington, Jau. 7 Senator
Ijnrigo today introduced, by ro-quo-t,
n bill to provide for u sub
nimiuo cubic- between the United
BtntoH nud Hawaii, the Philip
pines, Jnpnn, Ohiua and Austra
lia. Tho Postmaster Ooueral is
authorized to contract with tho
Pacific Cablo Company of New
York for tho payment of 8125,000
a year for twenty years for trans
mission of oflicial mes3oeo9 from
Snn Fraucifco to Honolulu, tho
lino to bo lail by December 31,
1!)00. 13eforo December 111. 1002,
the company will coustruct a lino
fiotn Honolulu to Manila with an
nchliiionnl mi in of 8125.000 to be
pid by tho Governniout. Within
four vi. ar the ompuiiy shall lav
con in'U' tin' line-, to J up in, for
which 8125,000 a year for twenty
years shall h' paid The rates
fixed between Sun Frnncinc ntxl
Honolulu aro D5 oen's n word, and
to th' further point 81 a word.
I'alr nnil I. ii nil.
A fair ami luaii, with native
music, which op'iid hut night
will bo continued this eveiiuig. It
it at tlie house of ltev. Kekipi, foot
of the lano opposite Hon J U.
Atkorton's, King Htr?ot. Tho fes
tival is for the benefit of th little
church in Hint locality andis itHelf
in good hands assuring enjoymont
to all who HP'td.
My-tio Ledge, No. 2, Knights of
Pythins, meet this eve; ing at 7:30
p.m., at Castle hall, I'" rt Htreet.
HERE'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has Mich ple.is.mt recollec
UASKHT-PIRED JAPS. "Spider
Lea" types pure, uncolored teas.
PAIS - FIliUD JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
"Green Tea" types. .
HNGLISII IHIUAKFASTS. Con
gous). Richest, he.i i-'st, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll tind ours perfect.
OOLONGS. Prom Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the world.
CEYI.ONS. A line that's making a
name for itself in the world.
ASSAMS. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to the Ceylons, though
of flavors peculiarly their awn.
BLENDS. Our "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks ; "Premium Blend,"
from fanciest blacks and gieens; and
"Guaran-Te.i Blend."from standard blacks,
are scientific combinations of the most
delicately flavored of the above-mentioned
varieties, and teas which we guarantee to
be of greatest strength and most delicate
Good Tea j
i ' in
flavors obtainable, nnil, above .all,
Drop In, examine our goods, (test them. If you like. AT OUR EXPENSE), make
the most searching Inquiry Into our methods, then decide where you wish to trade.
Your neighbors tried it, AND THEY'RE ON OUR LIST. Think it over.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
GROCERIES .u CROCKERY .. HARDWARE
Established 1851 Leaders 1808
MATAAFA ELECTED KING
Selection is Satisfactory to AH the
Treaty Powers. .
Conditions In Samoa (Meting Down -Collier
Abarenda Fitting Out for
Now York, Jan. p. A Wash
ington special to tho Herald says:
Mutaafa has boen elected King of
Samoa to succeed Malietoa. Offi
cial information to this effoct hai
boon roeoived hero Tho election
wis held without trouble, though
Taraaseso, who was vico king in
1881, backed by a small following,
endeavored to obtain tho office.
Tho situation according to tho
latest advices is quiet.
Mataafa's olootiou is highly sat
isfactory not only to tho Wash
ington Governniout, but to the
German and British Governments,
because of tho cortninty that bo
will be guided in Ins action by tho
wishes of Consul iu Apia of the
siguatory poworn to the Berlin
A collier, the Abarenda, is now
fittiuc out ut Norfolk for a cruise
to t'ago Pag , where she will de
liver ! 00 tons of coal. After this
coal has bo-1!! stored it is prolnble
that a mun-tif-war will be directed
to cruise to Samoa to display tho
TWO FU.YTimK UOU.MKII.
Hrnnte I'roiit-rly (tunllUcnduiifl iiiiill.lre
Tvlliirn ut .luilifvi.
Chief Justice Judd has receivpd
a letter from a friend in Washing
t hi, which expresses the opiuion
hit tho Senate will knock nut
property qualifications for Sou
at m and voters for Senators, and
the Houso do tho same unkind
ottlco for tho lifo tonuro of judges.
We awoke to a realizing sense of
your "pilikia" months ago, and
have since been systematically at
work searching through lines of
samples, as we could procure them,
(any old thingwon't satisfy us when
buying), for just what we desired.
At last we have accumulated a stock
which we are willing to submit to
you. Pure, delicious teas they are,
in theokl-fasbioned lead-lined chests.
Teas that we'll sell to you by
honest sixtcn-ounce weight.
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
money over. mi: nK
Teas that have 'never been
"manipulated" since they left the
i Can Get It
I at .
THE SUPREME COURT RIGHT ABOUT FACE
Former Decision Upheld Keeping Out Chinese-Chief
Justice Judd Dissents on Exclusion
The Supromo Court this morn
inn rondercd an opinion iu thu
oight Chinese habeas corpus" cases
submitted last weok. It sustains
jurisdiction hut gives tho Collector
General of Customs authority to
enforce United States laws. Ohiof
Justice Judd concurs in tho first
proposition, bat dissents from tho
second ono just statod. Tho Bylla-
bus of opinion is as follows:
"This Court has jurisdiction, in
habeas corpus proceedings brought
to inquire into tho legality of the
detention of tho petitioners, to
coustruo the United Stntos laws
relating to tho immigration nod
exelusiou of Ohincso, which lawn
have been extended to those isl-
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amis, iiuu 10 p.i8 upuu no viiihii-
ty of tho appointment of an olhcer .
claiming to net under such laws
and the extent of his powers there
"Tho decision in ro Wong Tuck
and others, nute, in so far as it
holds to tho contrary, reversed.
"Tho Collector General of Cus
toms of tho Hawaiian Islands still
has authority to provout the laud
ing ouy these shores of Chinese
who aro prohibited by existiug
Judco Porry writes tho opinion,
as ho did that which it paitly re
verses. It is stated that the
chaugo of bae on jurisdiction has
hoen caused by a careful ro-exHtn-
mation of tho subject, with tho nil
ditioual light giveu by controlling
decisions of tho Supreme Court of
tho Unilod States to which the at
tention of tho Court had boen di
rected. As ''cases of admiralty and ma
ritime jurisdictiou" aro qnoted as
among thoso coming within tho
rtuope of territorial courts, this
lately heavily looming up son of
difficulty may bo considered ns
now nil plain sailing for the courts
of Hawaii. Indeed, this very
question was settled in Washing
ton when it was under territorial
govorum lit. It i h 11 in the
opinion now r nder-d that tho
Nowlands remiluiioii gives tho Ha
waiian ( outU similar powers to
thoso giveu territorial courts by
Upon tli power of tho officials
tho Conn hn this t my:
"In tho euros of Wotig Tuck
and others, the question of the
extent of the powers of Inspector
J. K. Hrown ami of tho rcspnn
dot t McStockor was m t definitely
docided, although discussed to
some extent. Wo c now ooe step
fuitbor, nud say that in our opin-
Powder to be
er and better
than any other
NOYAL BAKII.Q POWDCR CO . Nlw YORK.
ion tho respondent McStockor has
authority to prevent tho lauding
upon tho shores of these islands
of Chinese who aro by law pro
hibitcd from landing. He bad,
just prior to the trausfor of sover
eignty, this authority under Ha
waiian laws which are not incon
sistent with tho terms of tho lteso
lution or with tho Constitution of
tho United States. Hv Mm fnrmu
of, tho Resolution, thorefore, that
authority is continued in him.
"Tho Court holdiuu', as does tho
respondent McStojkor, that under
oxuling laws these petitioners aro
prohibited from entering tlinan
islands, it becomes unnecessary
to express nn opinion on tho
question of woother or not said
respondent's decision iu this case
or in similar cases is final and not
rov (,.vnl, ,, ,,- ,, .
rpi. -u.:p "r.. .... 7
Tho Chief Justiso nppnds this
"While I ropectfully dissent
from the opiuion of tho majority
of tho Court that tho writs iu
Iheso cases should bo discharged,
I ngroe with nud concur iu tho
opinion on tho question of our
Ilnbcrtson & Wilder. J A
Magoon and It D Sillimau, J M
Davidson, Humphreys & Gear
and Kinney, Ballou & McOlana
nan lor ltJli petitioners; W O
Smith, Attorney Gonoral, and
Thurston fc Carter for io3poud
OFF FOR WASHINGTON
Alex. G. M. ltobertson, attorney
for tho rejected Chinese, loaves in
tho stonmer Aorangi at 5 o'clock
thisovoniug. His dostinatiou is
Washington, D. O. Mr. ltobert
son has servod an appoat upon
Collector Gonoral McStockor nud
Inspector Joshua K. Brown
against thoir ruling that Chinese
holding Hawaiian roturn permits,
granted before tho change of bov
o'eignty, cannot outer tho Hawai
This appeal Mr. Robertson will
nrosent to tho Secrotary of the
lreasury and, if nocessory aud
ioasinio, nn ornl argumout iu sup
port of the document.
rnvopunic to Pence Trciity. K
Washington, Jan. 11. The Sen- fr
ate Committee on Foreign Relations
today authorized Senator Davis
to report the Peace Treaty favorably
'I lie committee was In s.-slnn fur
only an hour, and the greater part
in mis nine was consumeu in wait
ing for a quorum, the Senators mean1
time discussing Informally the pro-
vicuna 01 me ireaiy. j Here was
oply a bare quorum of the committee
present, but Senators Cullom and
Clark, who were among the absen
tees, sent their proxies.
Senators Alorgan and Grey were
the only Democrats In attendance,
ihh me oiner democratic members,
Senators Daniel, AMIls and Turple,
had full notice of the purpose of the
meeting, and they Indicated no op
position to Immediate action. There
was no suggestion of any amend
ment In committee.
Senator Davis was Instmcted to
press the treaty upon the attention
of the Senate with a view to secur
ing as early action as possible. The
committee also authorized Senator
Davis to report favorably upon the
j iiuHiuou 10 remove ine injunction
S of secrecy.
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Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
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ON AUSTRALIA PASSENGERS
Mints ADout people who tiayo come to
Joseph F. Smith and Wife Among the Number
Some Here for Pleasure and Others onS
Business Great Majority Strangers.
Tho Australia ennio in this
morning with a lnre.o number of
pissrtugors from S'iu Francisco.
Of the fifty six, there wcro but
four or fivo knmnainas.
Joseph F. Smith of the First
Presidonoy of the Mormon church,
ono of the apostles of the Latter
Day Saints, nud himself n descen
dant of tho groat Joseph Smith,
tho founder of Monnouism, was a
'enger. Ho is accompanied by
wife whocomo, tothelslaui.H ,
her health, lho two Will visit
tho Mormon settlement at Li
on tho other sido of this island,
remaining thoro for n fortnight or
so. Thev will then visit variius
xuure is a siory counecieu wun o
the early lifo of Joseph Smith that
makes hfcn nu iutoie-tiug person,-
to people of theai islands aud,h
more pirticularly, the old kama- K
fm .5- . . .-i . !.t.
aiUHS. iJo.se pli Sinitli enmo here
as a youngster in 1851 and. during 'o
111 1001 ami. miring
1 m II T I 1
113 four years Btay 111 the Islands,
learned to sueak the Hmviiiiau
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1HIIUU3 uii iiiu xsiaiiu', reuiniiiiug s unuca oiaies voiuiucers.
several months Tlio Minees Marv K Washington. January g. The O
y H..111I1 ...wl Ai;.,n 3,iti. iii,.,r M Nival Board of Proniot on isrepirt-
b. buiitb anil Ahco Smith, Albert ed t have decided on a parti il list of
Davis, MiHsLdua Davis aud MiesiN lfers to tie rewarded for their O
Maknuoo Knaopn, the last of this' work during the war. Ensigns H.
city, make up tho remainder of the Ih H. Ward and W. W. Bmk.who k
Uttlp party of Mormons who came, 3 SSS S
in tllO Australia. K iwt; I UilHMint-r.nmiii.i,v!.-r c. i:
language. Ho went back to the !i he P.-trel, Lieiiteiinnt-Goninunder
Stains and wlmn a viiiinn mini h1 1 re leru blnger and Chief Engineer O
atiuosanii, wnon a young in an, f. j . 1 1. H.iiiev of ihc R.lelBh.
traveled from his hnmti in Siltil? W
Lako City to New York in com pa-1 TJBrjrjrJcrjrATjrJBrjB'jarjer&
ny with Walter &i. Uibsoii. I
TllO Story of tho lo8 ofl
Gibsons ship 111 Chine'o
waters is knoivn. After tho.
disaster, ho was appointed head of
the Mormons on Jjniiai. Uihsoii
look hold and worked with n will
He tried, run things ou Lauai and
soou, complaints weroseutto the
Lorenzo Suow, President of the
church, Geo. O. Cannon and
Jonoph Smith were sout to the
islands to try Gibson, Joseph
Smith acting as ii.teroroter. Tho
result of tho invoatigatiou and
trial was that G.beoi. was ultra-
cised Of cour-o, ho lost his posi
linn ..'I.....1 nf tlm M.tr.nnn S-
tlemout ou Lanni but he had
played his cards well and gnined a
largo part of tho land. Thin
placed him on tin iudepeudeut
Joseph Smith returned to his
homo in tho States aud uas
been to tho islands since.
Otlu r pacsengers were ns fol
lows: It. 11 Hind nud wife, Miss
Nallio Hind nud Miss M. E Hind.
Islaud peoplo who hnvo been in
California for Soveral your. Tho
Hinds will go to Kohala soou.
H. L. Kirkrann of the Uibcok
Wngou Co., who comes to place
tho agency for that company in
Honolulu; I. van Troadwoll, n
very wealthy young man; J. II.
McChrystal, a mine owner, bis
wifo nnd two children; Thos
Douigan. S. Wenbau, It. Molroco
and J. O. Pabcoo, on a pleasure'
trip to the Islands.
H. D. Lloyd and W. 13. Lloyd,
two Englishmen on a trip to
Australia. Tho former is an
13. X. Smith, a lieutenant in the
ltev. E. J. H. Van Doorling of
Alnnioda who coined to Accept n
call from Uilo.
H. J. Vauce, agent for th
Comedy Company now on its way
to iiilo iu tho Unronuo.
Mrs. Contor nud Miss Center.
The forraor is a sistor of Mrs
Hugh Morrison of Mnknwoli whom
sho will visit soon. For tho pre
sont, tho two Indies aro the guosts
of Mr. and MrB. T. G. Thrum.
Gou. It. II, CuulilTe, a retired
English Array ofliojr out hero for
W. 0. Wilder of this city.
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RKOUOANizm Church nn .Insns
ifc lsT',ods ,nrAlnKS ,i' foll5ws .'"
V Mil lllfll I 111 I r1fnf MruM l-f.titt Ciiitft
Million! I kill, rear of Opera House: Sunday
loa. m. mwe class; it a. m. preicliing In
Hawaiian; 6:jo p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 P. m. preaching In English ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
k Appointments 11 ml Promo- m
v tlons. 3
,, iiiliiltiill, .111. II. I lie I IC3I .1
dent todav sent this nnmlivitinn In J
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Sta'e Joseph 1 1. Clioati-, of New
Y01U to be ambassador estranrdin
arv and plenipotentiary to Great
On Jan. 10 these nominations
were sent to the Senate by the
State Charlemagne Tower of
Pennsylvania, now Minister to Austria-Hungary,
to be Embassador to
Addison C. Harris of Indiana, to
b be Minister to Autrla-lun?.i-'.
C Kentucky Volunteer Inlautryj Col-
k' nnei inonns 11. iiarner, i-irsi iew
York Volunteer Inf.mtrv.
V '1 0 be AsNtnntaAJjuUnt-(ienenil
ij with rank of .W.ijor, dptnin Ch irles
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l u. I reat. Assistant AJjiit.int,
I'. Kees ana uiilei engineer j.unes
Entwistle of the Olympla. l.leuten- M
ant W. I'. Elliot and Chief H.igmeer Ik
J. 13. 1'ord of the Bah imnre, Lieut- JJ
tn.mt-Commander J. . Norris and
Chief Engineer Richard huh of the K
o .- 7-. 1 ;.;;. ".Vr.i7"v...',r k'
md Chief Engi- V
,tt ItCtl J ! I4H-MMI 'i UIC .tllltMU
N Ueutcnant E. M. Hughes and Pass-
"s ed Assistant Engineer R. 1 . 1! il! of
Tho Chronicle of tho 10 h him;
IVi transports, the O io and th
Senator, are expected 10 iir-iva
li-relriin Manila about JaMinry
10 in 17. Tho Ohio bring Hi.O of
tho .Nebraska volunteers. viuvnleH-c-ut,
on their tvny homo. 'The
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'ry, 1jhvii. coinplolwl iu .-
hfrco " ,h" 1 ,1,,,I,PIV,I , ha
M "r ')Ult'""1 t Wiwliiugtou
lms ,vlv,so ' "j0 lurt r"ms.l"r "lVl
ommmry d.pa t.uouts n this
", ':f ' clmrtoring steamers
or l '" ,Mn' ' ,l ?Wr u",tl1 Ul,e
tw0 trnttliport hIihII ll .VO returned.
Slurkry V"n Ilia I'luM.
Lenox Athletio Club, Now York,
Jan 10. -Tom Sbarkoy, the Amo
ricnu sailor, stands to li.'ht tho
only h"iivy weight nossibiliiv for
chamji onship honors nud tho
title now held by lioh iM'zsun
ninns. IIo whipppd Kid M0C0
gno I nnd bard in thu touth r mud
batile, and by doing so the Irish
Ann ricau pugilist lorged his wiy
to the fmut rank. Fitsimmous
must now consider thu bailor
pugilist without delay.
Htaiir.nil I'rtrrsor llrnil
Sbinforil University, Jan. 7.
Profi-Hior Wiliuir W. Thoburu'of
the ilepartimnt of bionomics in
the utuvorsity sjicuuiub it to a
sevore iitlaolt of piieumnuix nt hid
htim- in Palo Alto last night.
Highest Honors World's Fnb
dold Medal, Midwinter Fnlr.
K Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powd
40 YEAPS V sTANDARI5
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