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Vol. VI. No. 1124.
HONOLULU, 11. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1899.
PmoB 5 Cents.
NEW FERTILIZER SCHEME
THE' CASE OF NILS YOUNG
THE S, S. COLUMBh AGAIN
NEW RULE OF PORTO RICO
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Prospectus of the Hawaiian Fish Guano
Capflal of $50,000, Half to Be Paid Up
Bead Office at Honolulu and Fact
ory Id British Colombia.
A prospectus baa bon issued of
tlit) Bawaiiao FishGiiBnoCo.jLtd.,
with head office at Honolulu and
factory in British Columbia. Tho
proposed capital U 850,000 in 500
shares of $100 each, one-half to bo
paid up and tho balance if re
quired in two assessments of $25
It is" proposed to furnish a high
grade of fish guano f Dr tho sugar
planters, and n lower grade for
other kinds of farmers. Tho cal
culation is made that 1000 to 1500
tons of the first grado and 1000
tons of thi' other can be sold an
nunlly. An estimato shows the
coBt ofHOOO tons each of tho two
grades" laid down in Honolulu
won hi uo $38,207, this covering
fnftory expenses laud everything
eli'. . At 835 a ton for the high,
nod $25 a ton for the low grade,
ithe net proi'eedt". after dedujtiug
10 per ceiit. commission and
charges, would be S54,0U0.
Captain is. D. Walker is pro
iiki' i g the enterprise, with the
view of being its mauager. It is
likely tin slouk will be taken by a
lar.o house of Honolulu.
Hh'rttm of Po.tiil ('aril.
There has boon quite a little
excitement among the stamp col
lootors during tho past two days.
Many people have inquired at the
stamp window for one cent postal
cards and havo hid tho answer:
"Tho supply has run out."' Thnre
is no cause for any apprehension.
A now supply has beeu ordered
and is now on tho way
HERE'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has such pleasant recollec
BASKDT-FIRHD JAPS. "Spider
Leg" types pure, uncolored teas.
PAN - FIRED JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
YOUNG UYSONS.-Another of the
"Green Tea" types.
ENGLISH BREAKFASTS. (Con
gous). Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
all 1 eas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. From Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the world.
CEYLONS. A line that's making a
name for Itself In the world.
ASS AMS. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to the Ceyions,' though
of flavors peculiarly their own.
BLENDS.-Our "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks; "Premium Blend,"
from fanciest blacks and greens; and
"Guaran-Tea Blend,"from standard blacks,
are scientific combinations of the most
delicately tlavored of the above-mentioned
varieties, and teas which we guarantee to
be of greatest strength and most delicate
flavors obtainable, and, above all,
Drop In, examine our goods, (test them,
I Good Tea
I in I
1 Honolulu ? I
tne most searcmng inquiry iiuo our metnous, then decide where you
Your neighbors tried it, AINU iribY'Kb
J. T. WATERHOUSE
GROCERIES ... CROCKERY . HARDWARE
. Established 1851 Lenders 1800
He Was Not
Tamed Away from the
His Purported Ailment Being Asthma He Was
Simply Told to Get a Letter from the
Captain of His Yessel.
" So'mo further particulars havo
been gained regarding tho case of
Nils Young, who died a few days
ago. Tbore would bo nothing but
tho observance of the rules if he
bad been refused admittance as a
consumptive to the Quoen's hos
pital. It happons, however, that
be was not refused admittance
Young bad a noto from a local
physician saying ho was suffering
from aBthma. As ho belonged to
the crew of tho bark Williscott, be
was told that a letter from the
captain of that vessel would admit
him. Evidently ho did not get
Another man of tho Williscott's
crew is now in the noip'nl, nut
no thanks to bin ship. Through
the kind agency of Rev. A. Mack
intosh, he has tho benefit of ODe
of tho endowed beds.
lliirn. .nutta Ilantiel.
Tickets are now out for thp
Bums auiiU'il banquet of the Scot
tish Thistle Club to be held . Jan
uary 25 at 8 o'clojk in tho dining
rooms of the Arlington hotel.
Andrew Brown's l)irthdy comes
on tho same dav as that of the il
lustrious poet Hubert Burns.
m m mi
lr. P.Unon t( Kauai.
Dr. Peterson loft for Kauai yes
terday to make a tour of tho plan
tations of tho islands. A greit
deal has taken place among tho
laborers since his last visit so that
his hands will bo full while ho is
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,
Cany old thing won'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 the old-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
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since they left the
If you like. AT OUR
I Can Get It
Into our methods, then decide where you wish to trade.
UN. UUK LIST. Think It over.
Motion on File to Sell the
Necessities of Her Crew the Reason Their
Credit for Food Stopped Contract
W. J. Smith nnd othors, form
ing tho late crew of tho steamship
City of Columbia, have by their
proctors, Kinney, Ballou & Mc
Clanahan, filed a motion that the
vessel and her equipments be sold
forthwith, without reserve, at such
time and place as may bo appoint
ed by the Court.
Affidavits are presented in sup
port of tho motion from Chas.
Lind and eight of tho crew. Mr.
Lind deposes that "he is tho pro
prietor of tbo Excelsior restau
rant; that ho has been giving
credit to somo thirty-eight of tbo
seamen belonging to tho steamship
City of Columbia whoaro libellnots
in tbo above cause; that having
extended credit to theso men to
the sum of over S500, be has been
obliged by tho coudition of his
business to rofuso farther credit to
The oight men depose, each for
himsolf, to tho stopping of credit
at Mr. Lind's place, aim that they
mo without means or credit for
obtaining the necessaries of life.
There was no heading before
tho Supremo Court today. Tho
contract labor cases were submit
ted yoatorday aftornoon.
Attorney Qouoral W. O. Smith
Baid this afternoon that his de
partment had bot-n chiefly occu
pied of late with judicial matters.
These had gono far beyond tho
Chinese habeas corpus .cases- in
tbeirscopei This mrtss of pro
blems had e.risen from tho pecu
liar status of the islands whilo
legislation for their governor out is
ponding in Congress. It was
really a sui generis condition in
which Haweii is now. There had
never been territory added to tho
Onion undor similar mutual rela
tions. Mr. Smith assented to tho
idea that tho nuistion of jnrirdio
tion opining un in different mat
ters before the courts was liable to
ptovo a double otlged weapon or a
Affair, on Molokal.
O. B. lloynolds, who returned
from Molokai in tho HeleueTuura
day, reports a good coudition of
affairs at tho settlement. The peo
ple are contend, d and seem to
think that tbo Bomd of Health is
doing all in its power for them.
air. Iteynolds reports that Prof.
Richards and Rev. Hirura Bing
ham Tr had visited the settlement
on Friday, January 13, and had
been well nwmml.
Immigrant. In 0,tliruntlns.
Jack McVeigh was over from
Mauliola this morning. He states
that tliero are about .JU immi
grants in quarantine mi auil that
about 125 aro Chinese. Theso
will probably bo Bent away on
Tuesday. There is nli-nlutoly no
sickness and overyhinu is in an
The Royal Baking Powder
was specially selected
for use in both the Army
and Navy because of its
purity, strength and per
fect keeping qualities,
which render it service
able under ail conditions
of climate and tempera
ture. These qualities are
peculiar to the Royal
and make it indispensa
ble for domestic, as well
as Government use.
People Relieved of Former
Anerlcans Looking for Franchises Get Set
back Through Government Order
San Juan do Porto Rico, Jan
nary 11. Tho Grst groat blessing
that has como to Porto Ilico sinco
tho American occupation has boeu
the reduction of taxes and govern
ment exponses. Tho budgot for
the year 1899 has been approved
by Qenoral Honry. This covers
tho expenses of what is called the
"insular govemmout." The fol
lowing Bums which would have
been included in tho budgot of tbo
Spanish Government for this year
have beon stricken out:
Gonoral obligations, $498 5 1;
clorgy, S197.915; war, $1,252,377;
The total of tho obligations that
ceased to oxist and which aro dc
aided from the amount of the
budget is $2,172,492.
Tho difference that hae beon ex
pended without tbo realizod econo
mies herowith detailed equals
The calculated budget for 1899
is formed of tho following items:
General obligations, 819,580;
statQ obligations, 8301,955; justice
department, $109,010; intorior do
Tho customs for tho coming
year wero estimated to bo 83,132,
900. This sum is to be reduced
by the amount usually raised by
the duty of wheat ilour, and which
Hnnrv. onnnl n SfintKinn. Thia
AM - IIIHM1I III! IIU ITUllliril I
lesvosanet rovenuo f rorirthtrens
- J wl - - -w-waww w.
torn bouse of 82,532,900. There
will remain therefore an excess of
It should be understood that tho
abovo ficures for tho estimated
budgot for tho year embrace only
the uecessary expenses for the
payment of salaries and othor
iixee charges. If this amount
cauunt bo paid from the
proceeds of tho customs, then it
must be raised by other mothods
General Henry haB askod of
Washington tbo right to npply
the customs receipts to the ex
ponsos of the Government. If
this should be permitted all Gov
ernment expenses could bo paid
aud many improvements carriod
At tho present time there are
many taxos colloctod that are a
groat hindrance to commerce and
if tbo customs receipts could bo
used these might bo dono away
with. Merchants in doing business
in Porto Rico pay almost a prohi
bitive tax. .
No one can engago in tho bank
ing or importing business without
paying to the Govornmont a tax
of about 2500 pesos por annum.
Then tbero are consumption
taxos imposed upon evory article
imported for consumption. Theso
should all bo dono away with as
thoy hindor trade, and prevent the
trade from America entering hero.
Mnnv Americans havo como
hero for the purpose of establish
ing trade with Porto Rico and
representatives of capital have
visited tbo island for the purpose
I of securing franchises for tho
jbuildiugof public improvements.
Ibny nave received a check by the
recont oraer of the War Depart
moms wuicn proniuits any
town in Jt'orto Itico from orant
ing any franchise for public
improvements without first re
forring tho application to tho
Military Govornor. The latter
must refor tho application to tho
Sccrotary of War boforo tbo samo
may bo granted.
Tho effect of this ordor is to tio
tho hands of tho Military Gov
ornor nnd to practicnlly put a
stop to any improvements upou
the part of tho municipalities,
Continued on Puge 8.
THE RED CROSS SOCIETY
Holds a Meeting and Hears Reports
, of the Work.
Society Will Continue lis Good Services
The Collection Boxes to Be Called In
Honey Id Hand.
The Rod Cross Society bold a
meeting at its headquarters in
Irwin block, Nuuauu street, this
An interesting report was read
by Mrs. C. B. Cooper, secretary.
Tho members of tho society have
been doing a good deal of work,
individually, in a quiet way among
thu dick soldiers
Since (ho grent rush oE. trans-,
ports for Manila ended, tho ex
penses of tho socioty havo fallen
from tbo thousands to tho hun
dreds. There is $700 and odd on
hnud, as appeared by tho treasur
er's report presented by Mrs. E.
W. Jordan. Tho socioty will
maintain its activity for
any emorgency. Its rooms will
be kept open for the use of soldiers
in writing utters, reading or rest
ing. It was decided to call in all tho
collection boxes from tho hotels
and stores. Results from thorn
havo not been tho most gratifying.
Practical jokers have ovou
profaned the receptacles with con
tributions of worthless articles and
wouldbo funny prescriptions.
Money Cau.eil Hie Trouble.
E. Popplotoa complained yes
terday that J. 13. West had used
threatening lnuguago to him and
baiLpromiaed to 'smash his hood
west was summoned to appoar
tnis morning. It seems that be
and Popploton got into au altorca
tion over a bill. The former owed
the latter S5.45. Mrs. Poppleton
was called in andteetiGed to about
tho same story as her husband
West admitted ho was nnary or
he would not have used tho iang
uaco ho did. Judao Wilcox ad
vised him to pav tho bill eo that
tho two might bo able to pubs each
othor by in tho street in silent
contempt. Tho hill was paid and
tho dofondant allowed to go on
The Kamelmmeha Concert.
Mies Cordelia Clymer, the teach
er of music at Eamohamoha, do-
serves great credit for tbo framing
she has given tbo young ladies at
that institution. Tbo concert lust
night showed excellent work nnd
must cortainly remain long in the
minds of tho largo numbor of
pooplo who attended as a most
successful evont. Mrs. Cooper and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mott-Smitb,
local artists, gave great pleasuro in
their numbers. Mrs. Coopor's
Bong was with a violin obligato by
Miss Mitchell. Mr. Mott-Smith's
cello playing is cortainly tbo finest
that has been board in Honolulu
in many moons and Mrs. Mott
Smith's work on tho piano is truly
Or. Heed Uttltfns,
Dr. Reginald H. Roid, govern
ment physician at Waialua, has
sent in his resignation to tho
Board of Health. This will prob
ably bo acted on nt tho next moot
ing of tbo Board.
Dr. Reed took tho plnco of Dr.
Alvarez when the latter camo to
town to praotiso and to attond
government work at tho Kalihi
' Taeoma Hnlli.
The U. S. Transport ship To
coma, Peterson mastor, sailed for
Manila this forenoon. Sho got
hor horses and mules aboard in
much quickor time than it was at
first expected nnd it was tborefore
possible for hor to sail today. The
I'acoma is a tightly packed as any
vessel from this poit ever was.
Reorganized Church of Jesus
CHRIST.-Servlces in Mililanl Hall, rear
of Opera House, next Sunday as follows:
to a. m. Sunday benool ; preaching In Ha
waiian it a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Preach
ing In English at 7:30 p. m. by Elder
U. W. Greene; subject. "Christ's Mis
sion to the Spirit world ; or, Probation
After Death." All are invited to come
k Senator Hone's Policy.
S .... 8
bj ocuuiur uojr in n private letter
W outlines his Philippine policy as
"I have your letter of December
27th, In which you ask what I
should recommend dolnglwlth the
Philippine islands now that we have
them In our possession. In the
first place, we have not got them In
our possession, and in order to get
them Into our possession, as I un
derstand It, we have got to subdue
the Inhabitants. We have driven
the Spanish army from one port In
Sa single Island out of 1200 where
thev were nlre.iJv hemmed In liv
the insurgents. We possess that
rnri nnil nn rr tfn clmitir nliiae
"We have tinder control a popU-
latlon of perhaps ioo,oooor 125,000
persons out of 10,000,000 or 12,000,- a
"Willi I tt.nuM ,n ii.ltli tl,j, Ic
exactly this:, 1 would offer the in
surgent leaders, who seem to be
stronger parties In these islands,
our aid In establishing such form of
settled government as they desire
and leave them .1 sufficient military
force to restore order; I would com
pel the renunciation of sovereignty
there by Spain as we have In the
case of Cuba, and then, after the
go eminent Is fairly set up 1 would
leave the islands to the care of
M llnnu ll.u,u ....... 1. I
1 ruj'iiw. invic iiuiy ve a goou 1,
deal of turbulence and disorder, but S
think In the course of time 3 per-
manent settled government will be
evolved. If It were necessary 1
would have an understanding with
the great powers of the world that
we would all join in promoting and
guaranteeing such a result.
At Olil Kntvuiaiiari.
Kawaittbao its certainly muoh
improvcil by tho removal of tho
major part of tbo stono wall that
obstructed tho viow of tho church
and grounds. Mrs A S. Cleg
horn is present on tho grounds
while the mou me at workand is
now superintending tho laying of
water pipes for irrigating the
grasi nua plants it is proposed to
placo on the grounds. Several
othbr improvements will bo made.
It is honed that the clock will be
The first examplo of tbo excel
lence of tho new Parquetry floor
ing introduced by Lewors it Co k
is given in tho floor of the new
Union saloon barber shop which
F. Paoboco ba9 just opened to the
public. Parquetry makes one of
tho bent and inn t artistic hard
wooJ llooriugs imaginable. It
takes a high polish, is easily cared
for aud u not as Blippery ns the
usual hardwood, tlooriugn. Lowers
& Cook) have had many orders
for tho flooring for privntn houses.
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