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' T$ PJrrrilANWM AT HILO.
VVStrnrfr.oduOritiiliI by Deputation
" ' Honolulu Knlahli.
' H. E. Waity, D. 8. 0., and
party returned in tho Kinnu from
Hil", whore thoy organized Hilo
liodgo, No 7, K. of P. The work
took tho best part of two nights.
A diunor was had by the Knights
at the Hilo hotel on Thursday
evening. For the purposo of or
ganizing the lodgo, tho following
candidates were initiated aud ad--vanced
through tho degrees on
Wednesday uiuht: J L Carter.
T-TFuhr, N Verina, Dr. W L
Itfoore, I E ltiy, G 0 Mnydwell.
"W H Smith, E Baahaw, E N
Hitohoook, 0 D Priugle, Goo B
Suhrnedor, I'eter MlUy, Allen
Wall, 11 T Guard.
Officers of Hilo lodge, iuslalled
"by Mr. Wnity and bis 'coadjutors,
are: 0 0, B T Guard ; V 0, Dr
"W L Moore: Prelate E Bwhaw;
s' M nf W. G 0 Maydwell; K of R
sand 8, G30 B Sohtaedor; M of F.
I E Rav: M of E. Allen Wall. M
at A, J L Garter; I G, E Fuhr;
0 G, N Verina.
Mr. Guard was formerly purser
to tho steamer Mariposa. He has
boen a rosident of Hilo for some
.-years. A.' I who have returned
i from fie pilgrimage are onthnsias
die over tho big time thoy had and
Tthe lnnpiUlity of tho people of
Dexlli r Mr. Irllelirrt.
L. La Pierre received word,
-tranmnilted bv telephone to citch
tin Kt mt. nf the death of Mrs.
Jo op Pritehuid at Nanl'din,
Km.. It took place on Friday.
Tin1 hi bud and three young
child-vn, i o f them only about
ten ilnyB hi, ii'o left to mourn.
Mr. P'ltelurd i timnngr of the
tolophouo sorvico at Nnilchu,
having gained experience of the
business in Houolulu. With his
little family ho has tho sympathy
of many friends hero. Dr. Mc
Millan, who was in attendance on
tho sick woman, culled Dr. Mo
Wavne from Kona for consulta
tion. The latter rode all night to
answer tho summons, but death
won tho race.
HERE'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has Mich pleasant recollec
BASKBT-FIRED JAPS. "Spider
Leg" types pure, uncolored teas.
PAN -FIRED JAP8. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
'Green Tea" types.
ENGLISH BREAKFASTS. (Con
gous). Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
alii 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.
ASSAMS. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to the Ceylons, 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 flavored of the above-mentioned
varieties, and teas which we guarantee to
be of greatest strength and most delicate
flavors obtainable, nnd, above all,
I Good Tea
l Honolulu ? I
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 w Ish to trade.
Your neighbors tried it, AND THEY'RE ON OUR LIST. Think it over.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
GROCERIES ..e. CROCKERY ..e. HARDWARE
Established 1851 Lenders 1800
V. B. 8. YOIIKTOWS.
Gunboat Her nn Ilur Way to
The D. S. Gunboat Yorktown,
Captain C.S. Sporry commanding,
arrived in port and anchored in
naval row at about 0 a.m. Sunday.
She sailed from ban Francisco on
tho oveninu of January 12, a day
later than the Australia, with ord
ers from tho Navy Department to
proceed with all speed possible to
flianua, via una pon, 10 join
Dewey's squadron, so that tho
Yorktown will not remain boro
more than a day or so longer. She
will call in at Guam on her way
and will take orders to the U. S.
8. Bennington to proceod in all
hnsto to Manila in company with
Commander Sperry said yester
day that orders had been sent to
the Montgomery Dotroit, Caatino,
Machins and Ma'rblehead, now on
tho Atlautio coast, to proceed in
all haste to Manila, taking tho
Suez c.innl routp. Tbo cruiser
Yosomito has also been ordered to
Manila and tbo Helona has already
left for that place.
The Yorktown has called at this
port bofore. She is a gunboat and
a sister ship to tbo U. 8. 8. Bn
nington which sailo I from this
port about a fortnight ago. There
are in all, 181 souls aboard. Tho
ollicpie are as follows:
Commander 0 S Spern .
Honry Minet and Goo R Chrlc.
Ensign W H Staodlov, D W
Wurtsbangh and 1) W Knx
(Jhier iSogiooer a. T Uioivor.
Assistant Surgeon R M Ken
nedy. Assistant Paymaster F.K Per
kins. Pay Clerk 8 H Knowles.
Tho marriapo of Miss Jannio
Wright to E. A. Jacobaon, ono of
tho Custom House inspectors, will
tnko place at the home of the
young lady's parents, Wednesdoy
evening, January 25. The wed
ding will be a very quiet one.
Only relatives will bo prosont.
We awoke to a realizing sense of
vour "pilikia" months ago, and
have since been systematically at
work searching through lines of
samples, as we could procure them,
(any old thing won't satisfy us when
buying), for just what we desired.
At last we have accumulated a sjock
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 sixte3n-ounce weight.
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since they left the
J Can Get It
1 at I
HONOLULU, H. I., MON.DAY, JANUARY 23, 1899.
TO REPORT ON HAWAII
House Commute Decides to
' Bill Favorably.
111 Be Introduced la the House In a Few
Days Many Senate Amendments Agreed
to Properly QuallDcatlons. l
Washington, Jan. 11. Tho
House Cnmmitteo on Territories
reached a final agreemont this
afternoon to mnko a favorable re
port on the Hawaiian bill. Tbo
ngrooment to report was unani
mous, although the Democrat? of
the committoo reserved the right
to mako a minority report oppos
ing several features of tho bill.
Tho drafting of tho majority re
port waB loft to Chairman Knox,
who will tnko several days before
presenting the bill nnd report.
As agreed to tho bill is in all
essential features the bill sub
mitted by tbo Hawaiian Commis
sion, although changed to con
form to change already madn'tby
the Socnto committee, and also 'as
a result of tho discussions bofora
tho committoo, covering moro
than a month. Most of the Sou ate
amendments aro agreed to, the
purposo being to have the legis
lation in both bouses conform as
far as possible. In addition to
these, section 25 of tbn committee
bill is struck out. It provided
punishment of persons guilty of
disrespect or offense against the
legislative bodies of Hawaii.
Another chance, not mado by
the Souato, is the striking out of
section 75 for an invostigation of
the land laws of Hawaii. Tho
qualifications of electors, Repre
sentatives and Souators, which
have been subject to much discus.
sion. are arranged so tuat no
limitations aro placed on ad mis
Bion to the House, while tho qua
lificatiouH of Senators and electors
of Senators ore 81000 of property
or fcOUU income.
Tho minority roport will bo
directed mainly against tho prin
ciple of a property qualification
nnd against life tenures for tbo
Ban Pranclico unit Cablo.
Tho Chamber of Commerce says
tho Call of the 12th yestorday sent
the following dispatch to Presi
dent McKinloy upon tho subject
of a Paoifio cable, also ono to
Senator PerkinB of similar import:
"Tho Chamber of Commerco of
San Francisco ha-t today resolved
to respectfully nsk your assistance
in having tho proviso inserted into
any bill that may bo passed pro
viding for a cable from tho Paoifio
Coast to the Unont, via the tin
waiian and P iilippino Islands,
that such cable HiiouU be manu
factured in the Uuued States by
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Zola Muil Pay Dam iii'i.
Paris, Jan. 11. Emit Zola, tho
author, has beon sontonced to pay
a fine of 100 francs and 500 francs
damages for accusing M. Judet, a
writer at the Petit Jonni'U, nf
using forged dooumouts i u"ack
ing M. Zola's father. M. Judet
claimod 10,000 francs damages.
Dq 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
FIGHTING FOR SENATOR
Situation In California Shows Yery
Chauncey Depew from New York Newlands
Making a Good Fight--Pennsylvania
Sacramento, Cab, Jan. 12. The
legislature mot in joint session
again today to voto for a United
Statos senator. Tho third ballot
resulted as follows:
J. H. Soawall, 31; U. S. Grant,
Jr., 27; D. M. Burns, 26; Bulla,
9; Barnes, 10; Patterson, 2; Bard,
2; Esteo, 2; Goorgo Knight, 2;
Scott, 2; Folton,2; Rosenfold, 2.
Tho general impression prevails
that.the deadlock will last for a
long timo, possibly two or throe
weeks. It was reported this after
noon that Grant would withdraw
from tho contest, but this is de
nied by his supporters. The
withdrawal, should it take place,
will, however, not occur for sev
eral days yot.
Will lie Senator DMr.
Albany, N. Y., Jan. 12. Chaun
cey M. Dopow was unanimously
chosen as the candidato of the
Republican patty for United
States senator at a jaint caucus
held in tho nssombly chamber to
Many Oanilldnt'i In Utah.
Salt Lake, Jan. 12. Stnco tho
mectingvof tho legislature much
interest is being takon iu the sen
atorial campaign. The tirst ballot
for the suoceHHor of Frank T. Can
non in tho United States senate
will bo taken on Tuesday next.
The political complexion of tho
legislature is: Democrats, -11;
Republicans, 1G; Fusionhts, 0.
Thirty-two votes are necessary to
Tho candidates aro H. W. King,
tho present reprosoutntivo in con
cress: Senator Frank J. Cauuon,
Jude.o O. V. Powers nnd A. 0.
McOuno. 0. 0. llicbards is also
mentioned as a candidato.
It would be impossible to make
any accurate forecant of tho
soveral coudidates as thoy will go
before tho leginlaturo.
Pimniylvunla, Ninlnntoni Mails.
HarriBburg, Pa., Jan. 12 Both
brauchea of tho legislature met at
noon today. In the senato Sona
tor Garter, on behalf of the Dorao
orats, placed Gorge A. Jonks in
nomination for United Statos sen
ator. Tho following Republican can
didates for the senntorship wore
thou namod: Congressman Johu
Dalzell, ex-Congressman Charles
W. Stono, E. A. Irwin, Hon.
Charles Tubbs and ex-Congress
Iu tho house tbo following can
didates for United Statos senator
wore named: Senator Quav,
George A. Jenks, Charles W.
Stone, Chnrlos Tubbs, J. F. Dowl
ing, Judgo John Stoward, Con
gressman John Dalzell, Col.T. A.
Irwin and Col. George P. Huff.
All but Judgo Jonks aro Re
publicans. Netrlandi Wlni Flrtt Wood.
Carson, Nev., Jan 12. An ox
oiting meeting of the silver party
stato central committoo was held
today, efforts boing mado to swing
the committee by tho rival candi
dates for the Bonatorship. A re
solution was introducoJ by the
Stewart faction demanding tho re
signation as chairman of the
state committee of W. E, Sharon,
ono of the most aotivo supporters
of Prank Newlands.
After a long discussion, tho
consideration of tho resolution
wbb, by a voto of 23 to 19, defor
rod for ono week. This result is
claimed as a victory by tho New
SOCIAL AND SPORTY MAUI
John Richardson's Promotion In Profes
sion of Law Gives Joy.
Preachers and Their Movements Bicycle and
Horse Races New Law Firm
Young Deputy Sheriff.
Wailuku, January 21. Hon.H.
E. Cooper, Minister of Foroicn
Affairs and Minister of Public In
struction, was a casual visitor nt
Wailuku last Wednesday morning
Ho was shown around tbo Wailu
ku courthouse and also tho Wai
luku jail. During tho afternoon,
the Minister loft for Pnia,
Early Wednesday morning, Jan
uary 18, tho wifo of Sheriff L. M.
Baldwin of Maui gave birth to a
The glad tidings that John Ri
chardson, of Wailuku and Lahai
nn, had boen admitted to practise
law in all the courts of this Ho
public, was received on Maui this
week with unbounded joy. Whou
the news roached ono of Mr. Ri
chardson's oldest lady friends in
this town, she clapped her handH
and raised thorn up in an nttitudo
of supplication, and then exclaim
ed, "At last! ' meaning of course
tho oath to support the Coi.stitu
tion of tho twD Republics Hawaii
and tho United States of America.
However, tho many friends of tho
well knotru attorney aud politici
an aro happy at his receiving his
full liconse. '
Rov. A. Ault will hold services
at tho Anglican church at Lahni
ua tomorrow. Sunday after noxt,
tbo revorond gontleman will o fit in
ate at tho Anglican church,at Wa-
Tho Wailuku amateur cyolists
are now training for tho coming
races on March 17. Geo. Cum
mings nnd W. E. Bal aro the
favorites just now. Although Mr.
Preita, tho "Paia Wonder," is
considered tho crack rider of
It was raining hard at Hauo ou
Rov. Mr. Kapu will preach nt
tho Kaahumanu native church to
morrow. His conurogation has
missed him duriug his brief eo
journ in Honolulu.
This has been a very quiot woek
in Wailuku and Eahulni, nnd
perhaps in all Maui.
Jas. L. Coke and Geo. Hone
have farmed a law firm in Wai
luku. Mr. Coke was formerly
partner with John Richardson. A
bright future awaits this new
A half mile dash, tho best three
to ono, botwoen horses owned by
Outs. Gobier of Lahaina aud a
small horso owned by a Jap at
Paia will coiuo off this afternoon
nt tho Kahului race track. This
is the outcome of a lonu dispute
as to tbo superiority of the two
animals, which was enhanced,
however, by tbo fact that the Ptia
racer was victorious on Now
Year's Day over othor horses of
more or loss repute. Dash alias
Duko alias Erain Bey, tho tlm 0
names by which tho Lahaina
favorite is known to tho sporting
world is the favorite of tho two, but
tho Paia Japs aro betting heavily
on their horse.
Mlirht Hare limn nd.
Had it no boen for tbo watoh
fuluesH of ouo of tho police offi
cers Saturday nigut, tho Uiuneso
etoros on Nuuanu botweon Queen
street and the alley loading to the
Honolulu Iron Works, might now
bo iu nshos. Tho officer saw
flames in the back part of the Ho
nplul'u restaurant nnd rushed in
to fiud live coals nil over the
board floor aud tho wind fanning
tho flames into activity. Ho used
water in good quantities and soon
had the fire out. The acoidout
was caused by tho carolcssness of
The Yorktown will
Piuoh 5 Ojjnts.
Reorganized church op Jesus
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Mllll.tnl Hall, rear of Opera House: Sunday
to a. m. Bible class; it a. m. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 p. m. preaching In English 5 Wednes
day 7:50 p. m. prater meeting.
INDEPENDENCE OR DEATH
Said to be lbs Insurgent Cry in the
But Gen. Otis Says Conditions Are Improving
Prominent People Leaving Manila
Ready lo Fight.
New York, Jan. 13. A dispatch
to the Horald from Manila via
Hong Kong says: Tho situation
hero becomes hourly moro grao.
The Horald coirespnudeut visit
ed Gou. Aguiunldo's outposts
around Manila on Saturday and
Sunday. The iiBtivo troops seemed
enthusiastic nt tho idea of attack
ing Manila. On nil houses aro
displayed flaming posters bearing
this inscription: "Iadopendcnco
or Death." It is said that the na
tho troops iu the vicinity of Ma
uiln number 30,000. All profess
grent hatred for tho Americans.
The correspondent wa nrrusted
frequently 011 tho suspicion of ho
inn an Americnn, but was released
upon showiuR his consular papers.
General Aguiunldokri Boldiers,
ono and all, aro longing to nttnnk
Manila. They declare they will
nccopt no terms except absolute in
dependence. Now York, Jan. 13. A dispatch
to the Herald from Hoii Kong
says: A etearaor just arrived from
Manila brings a larue n 11 rubor of
rich and influential Filipinos and
their families who have left tho
Philippines owing to the situation
The refugees state that tho bind
iug of American troops ut iloilo
would bo treatod as n declaration
of war, and that tho Filipino army
would tberoforo attack Gen. Otis
at .Manila. Tho Filipinos govern
ment has offered an asylum in the
provinces to foreign familios, in
cluding Spaniards, who are now
WHAT (JEN. OTIH BAYS.
Washington, D 0., Jun. 12.
The secretary of war was much
grntified this morning by tho re
ceipt of the following cablegram
from Geuornl Otis at Manila: "The
conditions are apparently improv
ing, and the citizens feel more so
euro. Many of tho natives are re
turning. Tho eity is quiot aud
Ruulant nnd Japante Clmh.
Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 11.
Mail advices by tho steamship
Empress of Japan, which arrived
here from the Orient to lay, tell of
a desperate fight which occurred
in the iniddlo of December betwoou
Russian marines, sixty in number,
and a large squad of Japanese
mnriues belonging to the torpedo
Tomorrow afternoon is Ladies'
Day nt the Paoifio Tennis Club.
Highe.it Honors World's Fall
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fain
K Pure Orape Cream of Tartar Powdtt.
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