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Honolulu Is Expanding on PROGRESSIVE AMERICAN Lines, Whether the Mugwumps Like It or Not.
Vol. VI. No. 1122.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JANUAKY 19, 189!).
Pkwk 5 OiJN'ra.
REJOICE WITH CALIFORNIA
CENTENARY OF WILLIAM I.
WAR SINEWS FOR DEWEY
POWER TO USE FORCE
Because Rain Comes With Promise of
Plenty to the Golden State.
Ought to Cause a Reduction In Price ot
Feed la Hawaii -Sympathetic Relations
Between Coast and Islands.
John J. Sullivan, tho veternn
horsomnu, was trying to mnko a
swap of Btoiuuer nows with ft Bul
letin reporter yesterday morning.
On thu retain k tlmt the Unwniian
affairs appeared to bo under nn
eclipse at Washington, Mr. Sulli
"Thoro'a one irnod piece of news,
nud that in tlioro has been plenty
of rain all over California. This
.ie good for men in my lino bo
causa it means the price- of feed
will come down a little.
"It is a reat thing for Califor
nia. IE thu rain hadn't come
tlioro would have been fearful
riistro-H among the people of th
State,, Wo can't help feel iiu bad
at hearing of paoplo suffering
from want, and if that happened
in California it would come homo
to us all the inor.. The Oalifor
ninue are our nearest noinhbors,
and -vo fe 1 like pait of thutn
boIvpb. "The last season, provioiiM, was
very dry in Oil if iruia, aud if this
one liiul been the same it would
mnko coni'-thiug nt-vor before
known iwy-arsof drought in
nuccH-dun. What that would
ni' an "o sutha large, population,
.depomliug bo much on what grows
and feeds on tha soil, is more
awful than wo can rediz.
"Yes, that's true. If California
buiTois we Hawaiian people aro
bound to sharo mote or less in its
The Board of Under .vritors aro
holding a uvoting U- nftnruoou.
HERE'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has such pleasant recollec
BASKET-PIKED tlA(S. "Spider
Leu" types pure, unentered teas,
PAN - FI1JED JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
"Green Tea" types
ENGLISH BREAKFASTS. (Con
gous). Richest, he.u i 'st, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll tirid ours perfect.
OOLONGS. Prom Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the world.
CUYLONS. A line that's making a
name for Itself In the world.
ASSAMS. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to tlie Ceylons, though
of flavors peculiarly their awn.
BLENDS.-Our "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks ; "Premium blend,"
from fanciest blacks and greens; and
"Gunran-Tea Blend."from standard blacks,
are scientific combinations of the most
delicately flavored of the above-mentioned
varieties, nnd teas which we guarantee to
be of greatest strength and most delicate
flavors obtainable, and. ''above all,
I in I
Honolulu ? I
Drop In, examine our goods, (test them, If you like. AT OUR EXPANSE), 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 ...l. CROCKERY ...u HARDWARE
Established 185! Lenders 1800
Recipients of Commemorative Medal in
the Hawaiian Islands.
The Article Manufactured fiom Guns Captured
In the Franco Prussian War De
sign and Inscription.
Mr. Ilackfold, Imperial German
Cousiil, has kindly complied with
a request from tho Bulletin for
ft list of the recipients, through
his hands, of tho medal struck ii
commemoration of tho ono hun
dredth anniversary of Emperor
William tho Grent. Thoy are
veterans of the Franco-Prucsian
war, their, names and residences
being as follows:
Friedrich Renlten, Lihue.
August Bomke, Lihuo.
Ckristoph Busch, Lihue.
Karl Brntin, Lihue.
Hoiurich Andemnnu, Lihue.
Wilhelm Meyer, Lihuo.
A von Graevnmeyor, Wailuku.
Karl Bueh, Kolnn.
August Bortfeld, Honolulu.
Ileinrich llorger, Honolulu.
V Berlowitz, Honolulu.
Karl Averdsiu, Honolulu.
Fri"drich Glade, K-'knlia.
Friedriuh Schmidt, Lihaini.
The medal is madH of bronze
from orriunnc captured by the
Prussian .army in tb war al
ready mentioned. Upon th
nhvoreo is tho head of the great
Emperor in relief, foaother with
the inscription: . "Wilholrn dor
GrosBO, Deutsche Kaisor, Koenig
von Prouason;" whil the roverse,
with wreath of laurel, has inscrip
tion of which this is tlie English
translation: "In memory of the
ono hundredth anniversary of tho
birthday of Emperor William the
Great, 22nd of March, 1897."
We invoke 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 theold-fashioned lead-lined chests.
Teas that we'll sell to you by
honest sixtesn-ounce weight.
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
money over. km - tar '
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since they left the
I Can Get It
Cruisers Detroit and Marblehcad
Transport Ships Being Fitted Out With Rapid
Firing Cuns-Hany Light Dralt
Now York, Jan. 11. A dispnlch
to tho Herald from Washington
Naval oflicors aro considering
the advisability of dispntching tho
cruisers Detroit, 'Mnrblohead nnd
Montgomery to Mauiln, but will
probably first cable to Admiral
Dewey and ascertain" if tho vessels
already attached to his command
are Htillifiient for his purposes.
Iho vessels so far ordered in
clude the gunboats Yorktowu,
ilonmngton, X'nucoton, (Justine
and Helena. ThoMnchina will bo
attached to his command ns soop
ns the tcpairs are completed. The
gunboat Mariotta may also go.
Tho Detroit class will bo splon
did vessel'for service ncainst the
Filipinos, having n draught of
only fonrteon feet seven inches
and being Buuplied with rapid-Qro
batteries. They will not bo sont
to the east, however, uuleas Admi
ral Dewey informs tho Govern
ment that he need moro vessels.
Significant attention is being
given by the War Department to
transports. At the request of Se-
crettry Algor Captain Charles
U'JNeul, cbiet ot the Bureau of
Ordnance has loauod two six
pnuuder rapid-liro guns to the
War Department, which will bo
placed on the transports going to
Manila. These vessels will then
bo able to support any movoinont
ot the army.
Totirlif a Nxt Trip.
Henry Wnterhouao & Co.,
agents for tho Uritiab-Ainoricnn
Line, liavo advices that the steam
er Garonno will bring principally
ciruo this trip nnd hut few tour
ists. Tho largo tourist party that
had boon expected this month will
come in the February trip of tho
Garonno. This information was
uivou today by Mr. Wfttorhouse,
head of tho firm.
Jamos Week and Ah Wai, two
little fellows about ton years old,
were arrested last night by Bioy
cle Patrolman Nigel Jackson nnd
charged with affray. When tho
two bout appeared in court this
mornieg ill i-id ey hud only
being plai .ludgo Wilcox
reprimanded tueni lor lighting in
tho street and thou discharged
T MhUh Mrxlco Ilia IIuiiih.
John En has d cidod finally to
lcavo the Isiau u for Mexico. Tho
nows that came by the China in
rognrd to the land ho htrgaiiird to
seouro thore, was hiittsfactory.
Mr. Ena will sell ni'St of his town
property, iucludin- the Waikiki
hoinojtead aud Man a and will
loave for his new home in coiu-
pany with his fmuih, sometime
duriug April. f
Made from most highly re
fined grape cream of tartar.
Makes pure, delicious,
YEAR OF QUEEN'S HOSPITAL
Report for 1898 Presented -at Semi
Annual Meeting This Morning.
Officers, Trustees and Staff-Change In Board
Somo Particulars of Ihe Hospi
A somi-anuual meeting of tho
TrtiBtoes of tho Queen's Hospital
was hold this morning.
Tho report of the 8nporiuton-
deot, J. F. Eckardt, for tho year
1808 was submitted in uent
0. P. Iaukea, owing to removal
from tho city, tendered his resig
nation as n member of the board
It was accepted with regrot, and
A. U. Wood was elected to fill tho
'Tho board is now constituted as
follows: F. A. Schaefor, A. S.
Cleghorn. U.A. Widcmanu, W. G.
Irwin, J. F. Ilackfeld, M. P.
Robinson, G. W. Smith, E. F.
Bishop, 0. Bolto, J IS. Athorton,
J. A. CiimmiuB, U. V. Schmidt,
Rev. A. Mackintosh, Tom May,
John Ena, II Waterhouse, U.
Cartwright, A. Young, F. J. Low
rcy, and A B. Wood.
The ollicors of tho corporation
are: Prosidont, S li. Dolo; Vico
Pretident, F A.Sdhnefer; Secre
tary, Geo. W. Smith; Treasurer,
II. WaterhoiiHo; Auditor, M. I
Tho hospital stnIT consists of:
0. li. Wood, M. )., attending Bur
geon; 0. li. Ooopor, M. D., nttond
iuc physician; J. F. E-kirdt,
superintendent; Mrs. F. 13owen,l
uousokeopor; iMiss M. Juwarils,
Miss M. Clark, Miss M. Jones,
Miss Mary Jones, Mrs. McDon
Tho number of patientB on Jan
uary 1, 18'JS, was Cli. There wore
admitted during tho year 755,
making a total of till putienU as
against G31 in 18!)7, 757 in 13,
CGI in 181)5, G05 in 1891.
Tho nurabor oE deaths was 100,
giving a percentgo of 1'2 3:J, a
ngainst 8 per cout in 1897, 911
per cent in 189b, 9..S.J per cont in
1895 and 11. M per cont in 1891.
Causes of death nuiubored III, the
most prolific boing typhoid fover
with 29 doatliH. Tuberculosis
and hoart diseaso with 8
each, and dysontery and
meningitis with G each, came
next, all the othor causes ranging
from 3 to 1 each.
Nationalities represented iu tho
death list wore: Japan 32, Ha
waii 27, United States 18, Portu
gal C, China 5, England 3, Irelnud
2, and Gormnny, Finland, Scot
lnnd, Russia, Frnnco, Norway,
Samoa nud South Soa Islands 1
The totnl nnmhor of Daticuts.
811, wero divided by nationality
as follows: Hawaii 385, Japan
120, Uuited States 102, Portugal
15, Euglnnd 28, Germany 20,
Canada 5, New Zealand 2, China
18, Ireland M, Norway 11, Sweden
8, Denmark 8, Finland 7, Franco
5, Scotland 5, Australia 3, South
S.ii Isluuds 3, Tahiti 2.
Eight patients died within
Iwelvo hours, i within twenty
four nnd 8 within forty-eight
hours of admissiou.
There havo bepn G8 major, and
11 minor operations, and 5 post
mortem examinations, c
Receipts from pay pationts
nmounted to 813,159.75, nn avor
ago of SIO'Jij G5 a month, and tho
current expenses havo been S32,
921.09, bu nverogo of 827-13 -17 a
mouth. Rates of pay, ns shown
by details, r-inKe from S3 dowu to
50 cents a day.
The endowed beds havo been
occupied ns follows: Bishop, 11
patientB 599 days; Fostor,2 for 3G5
days; Corniot, 5 for 351 days, Ir
win, G for 3G5 days; Uackfold, G
for 328 days.
Tho number of patients iu the
hospital on Decembor 31 was 57,
viz.: 35 Hnwniians, 1 Ohineso, G
Jnpaneso nud 15 of othor nation-alitioB,
Philippine Question Prominently Before
Senator Foraker Speaks on the Expins'oa Pi
bhn-Opponents Dishonor the Founders
of the Republic.
"Washington, Jan. 11. At to
day's eossion of tho Senate Mr.
Allcu introduced a resolution d
clnring that nggrossivo action
ngainst tho Filipinos would be
unwarranted, and iu a speech said
ho did not thiulc war could be
waged without tho oonsout of
Mr. Uonr asked Mr. Gray, ono
of tho peaco commiesioucrs, where
the power came from to use force
against tho Filipinos.
Mr. Gray said technically we
wore still at war with Spain, but
under a truce, aud if mukiug war
upon tho Filipinos was violating
the protocol, it would bo a matter
between tho Uuiled Stated and
Mr. Hoar contended that it v.ns
Mr. Allen said Spain had no
Mr. Gray maintained thnt the
Uuited Stntes was bound lo main
tain the protocol until tho paace
treaty was ratified.
Mr. Foraker was recognized and
proceeded to deliver his Hot bpeie'i
in the general question if the
power to extend our tn itory. He
Oased his remarks principally up
oirtho Vest resolution incidentally
giviug attention to Mr. Muto s
iho resolutions ho snul,
wero different propositions the
of power; tho Mason resolution
tl.nt f .mlin.f
bui.h it. i.uiiw. ,, u j.i&i, uuru lull,
bv Mr. Hoar Hint tho miction nf
. We had been told
power was the most iiupoitHiit
over raised iu the history of the '"VZ, ,
govorumont. 1 . ,lt "f"ei,m tbn ,l ,llor " "g",
Mr.Fornker did not agree with I 'V' Un ,M,ly "8niih8oil from ser
thio dictum. On thu contrary it' V,1C0. um,1l t.iriny lluinphreys.
had no importance whatever, in a .UurlI1 "1C "'U1 "", n'uoose
tpieation of practicablo cousider-l J" 8o,n0, '"""' niiinnor, uot
atiou. It was a mooted question US: ni" .l yed havoc nmong tho
and nothiug more. Tho resolu-c,,OICO t!l"cl;ti"-
tion expresses tho extreme viowi "
hold by any 0.10 aud an analysis I " w,r,lI' ""? ",'"t""" ..
of it was sufficient to demonstrate I x ho cu8 of 1,no for nfa l,1,t Wl,u
tho progross that hnd been intidei a dendly weapon on Ioaue, post-
stneo tho acquisition of Louisiana.
nn .. 1.... .., .
xuuru was 110 pruceueut wnen
Louisiana was taken in nud
naturally thoro wero then many
dilTVroucos of opinion on tho
various points involved. Mr
Jefferson himself, was uot poui
tivp ns to his attitude on some
points nt issu?.
Now it is conceded by tho very
terms of tho Yost resolution that
tho Government has tho oowor not
only to acquire torritory, but that
wo nlso ncquiro torritory to hoi I
it, though temporarily.
This was ft croatstop in ndvauct
siuco tho days of JolTornon and
inasmuch ns it mndo concession it
was of no practicablo importunes
On tho other hand, tho resolu
tion involved a thoorotical qucs
tion of vast importance. To adopt
tho resolution was to declar that
our fnthers havo brought forth u
nation that was inferior to all
nations regardlosB of tho generally
nccepted theory that ono nation
was equal to another and all
Among the powers of national
ity aro tho pnwors to mnko war
and to mnko treaties. This is an
inherent right of nationality and
tho government of tho Uuiled
States has the sumo power that all
othor government havo.
"Our prerogative is as treat its
that of Great Britain," bni'd Mr.
Foraker. "It being true tlm1 wo
have tho power to make war and
to entor into treaty agreements, we
logically havo tho power to nc
quiro torritory by conquest or
otherwise and to inherit all the
cousequoucoB that may occur
through war. no quololChi
JiiBtico Marshall to sustain hi
Continued 011 Page 8.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OP JhSUS
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Milllani Hall, rear of Operallouse: Sunday
io a. in. Hlble Jass; 1 1 a. m. preaching in
Hawaiian; 0:jo p. in. pre.Uiinz Hawaiian;
7:30 p. 111. preaching in English j Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
k Sponlhlt Alnniln RupoetH. V
S Madrid, Jan. 11. General Rios,
?J tlie Spanish coinm.inJ.er, has re-
iterated the assertion that the sltua- k
K tlon of afialrs in the Philippine NI- K
jj andslsmost grave. The rebels, It ?
1 appears, are concentrating In the
,, iil'IMlli, ,llt lUIIVCIIM.IUII); 111 II1C il
nnl,rliKrltiA t ,.f 1nnll. ,..UI. !..
intention of attacking tint place. 'i
L Great preparations are being made j
. for tlie defense of the city. The K
L 11 Kit fc.1l ir..n.ril 'ite.i neer4e 4l.nf kl
1 asserts that l.'
il the natives of the Vlsavas have S
l(f iftl rufitcn til tvrtitlt tlia .fniarl. -3
cans to land, threatening to resist
h by force if an attempt is made to do
k o. Tlie Americans, tlien-fore, ac- k
I r.1l, fit urt...l OI I. .1 1
abandoned the idea of disembark
ing, and he conlirms a previous
statement to the effect tint they are
unwilling to bombard lloilo "bc-
(.111 tlw I'liriilllri l.Mtic.te nw
(2 stocked with petroleum with the
J1 view of being set alight by the
v American shells."
General Rios alleges that th
fc rebels are determined to fight the
h Amerkans before reinforcements
K arrive from tlie United States. In
J concluslonGsner.il Rios says Aguln-
jN naldo's proclamation has "produced
N Immense enthusiasm among the
Tho enso of h W., charged
Witti common imi-iuice by allow
ug n dangoio'is and ferocious
animal to wit, a mongoose, to inn
" Wmt roU attorney Humphreys'
!'',,J";'V ""' .u,,u" UV . '" mei-ouco.
1 , 1 j,
I L",H" ,.'"8 tiiormng.
1 P"-14'!'' wai entered
' pnned for two or thro 1 weeks on
of :h- coudition of tho
complaining witnesH, came nn in
tho Police Court tiiis forenoon.
Marsha Blown explained that,
although loann was well enough
to appear, his eldest non had died
(lining the night and it would
tlii'iefore ho uu reasonable lo ex-pr-ul
him to appear. The caso will
como up tomorrow morning.
(lr"'Hl Trrra full.
In dealing ground for a brick
oflico on the promises of Dr. J. S.
McGrow, 6011H) fine ,ohl loyal
piluiH aud a hui!0 ponciaun rogia
tiee havo bill to bn cat dowu.
Tho rout of tho monster Qouor
ing tion e ntaiu uolid wool Torn
brendlh of six or oight feet, tho
trunk nt the butt is fiom three to
four foot in diametor, nud tho
wood is very hard thouuh easily
hplit. Dr. McGro planted these
trees many years ni"
Highest Honors World's Fnlr
Oold iYlsdnl, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Crcr.m of Tartar Powdei.
40 YEAPS iT STANDARD-
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