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Vol. VI. No. 1120.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JANUAltY 21, 1899.
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THEY KISSED SHAFTER
"The General Was on His
Young Ladles of El Paso Hade Him
comfortable-Scene of Former .
El Paso, Toxas, Jan. 17 .Major
'General Shutter unci stuff, on
route to California, wbero the
General will resume the command
which ho hold prior to tho break
ing out of the war with Spiiin,
-wore met h?ro by 2000 peoplo nnd
a brass band. General Shatter
was cfcorted to the city park wbero
3io made a ten minute talkdeecrip--tivH
of tho bnutiago campaign and
oulogiatio of tho volunteers of
whom this territory supplied n
larco numbor to tho rough riders.
when tho uonoral una. umsued
his speech a number of pretty
girls insisted on taking snap Hhots
at him with a oamora and neatly
to hi emli'irrasmnont ceveral of
them then Id-sod him in the pre
sonro of the audience.
General Shafter is well known
hero II ' fought the Indiana
along Hie lVcos river fiftpou years
ago nnd thou obtained the sobri--quet
.iMVims Bill bv which ho is
still eiTrilN TfTfptrty remained
in El I'ttMt "lily nrtliour.
JUL1EN HAYME SENTENCED
Julion D. Hayno was sentenced
in Now York to imprisonment for
eight years and four months. This
was upon his convictiou for forg
ery of a bond as previously re
ported. Hayuo wns'tryfnji'to got a
now trial. Ohiof Justice Judd has
received this information iu a lot
.tor from his son.
HERB'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER The kind that
Grandmother has such pleasant recollec
BASKET-FIRED JAPS. "Spider
Leu" types pure, uncolored teas.
PAN - HIRED JAPS. Commonly
.called "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS.-Another of the
""Green Tea" types.
Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
all '1 eas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. From Formosa, one of
Xhe banner tea districts of the worid.
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 llavored of the above-mentioned
varieties, and teas which we guarantee to
be of greatest strength and most delicate
flavors obtainable, and, above all,
" Good Tea
I Honolulu? I
Drop In, examine our goods, (test them, If you like. AT OUR EXPENSE), make
rtlie 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 ...cj CROCKERY ,.l. HARDWARE
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
CENSUS IN TERRITORIES
War Department Will Have Part of
the New Field.
Interesting Times for Enumerators
Philippine Group Hawaii
r Washington, Jan. 17. In addi
tion to its udded duties, it now
seems probable that tho War De
partment will havo to suporvise
tho next consus taking in tho re
cently acquired possessions of tho
Tho consus bill as reported to
tho Houeo makes no special provi
sions for this branch of tho work,
but if tho general torms of tbo
moasuro aro not considered suffi
cient to cover this work an amend
ment will probably be drafted. It
is contemplated that in tho island
of Cuba only tho cenBiis of the
principal cities will be taken and
the population of the island estim
ated upuu thtsot returns.
With I'orto 'Ilico, Ouam, Ila
waii mid tho Philippines, which
nro considered American territory,
an effort will bo made to get i xuct
figures on population, honusti'ads,
It is not oxpeutod this work cnn
bo accomplished with a great de
gree of accuracy an I tho enumer
ators who are assigned to 1 oilo
and tho Sulu group will doubt lets
find lively nnd interesting work
ahead of them.
Mr. Achilles, bookkeeper on
Papaiknu plantation has been
given the same position in Waia
lua plantation under W. W.
Goodale. J. H. Boles of T. H.
Davios & Go's Hilo storo has gono
to Papaikou. Nobody has yet
been appoiuted to tho vacant placo
in T. H. Davios & Go's storo.
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 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
I Can Get It
ELECTRIC POWER FOR HILO
Mr. Desky lias Hade All Arrange
ments for Its Inanguration.
The Company Will Shortly Be Organized
Hydraulic Engineer Coming Htlo Real
Estate Deal Rumor.
Charles S. Desky returned from
San Francisco in the Doric Ho
is enjoying good he&lliTafter suf
feriug nu attack of tho grip,
so prevalent on tbo Const.
Mr. Desky was asked re
garding any business trophies
tin might have carried homo in his
bolt. Ho answered in substance
"I havo mado satisfactory ar
rangements regarding tho water
power of tho Wailuku river at
Hilo. You know tho Hilo Sugar
Co. owns one-half and I tho other
bulf of that water power. We
havo arrancod tho matter so that
the water may bo utilized for gen
orating electrio power.
" A compolent hydraulic ongi
neor will shortly come down to
look over tho premises and make
plans for putting in tho power
"It is intended to genorato in
tho neighborhood of 10,000 horse
power. A company wiH be
organized very Bhortly for the
purpose of going ahead with tho
" Bosides other things to bo put
in will be an electric railway."
Mr. Desky was asked as to tho
truth of a rumor that he had also
effected a dfnl with tho Sprookols
people which practically gavo him
command of tho real estate situa
tion alone tho watr front of Htlo.
"xou may say," was tho reply,
"that I uoituor affirm nor deny,
for the presout, any report about
a deal in Hilo roal estate."
Mr. Dosky volunteered informa
tion about bis next building enter
prise in Honolulu. It is to bo a
vonoer brick block, two stories
limb, on Fort street in front of tho
Orpheum. Tho front of tho build
ing will bo of pressed brick and
extend 120 feet on tho stroet. A
12-foot passage will be loft open
to tbo front ontranco of tho
Madrid, Jan. 17. The news
papers here Insist that certain
ministers persist Jrj their Intention
The Heraldo says the minister of
war, General Correa, has forbidden
a ball wrrrcrTwas to have taken
place at the military club upon the
occasion of the King's festival.
The British ambassador here, Sir
Henry Drummond-Wolff has had a
conference with the minister of for
eign affairs, Duke Almodovar de.
Sydney, (N. 8. W.), January 1G.
The Oceanio Steamship Com
pany's vossel Moann, which milod
today for San Francisco, uarrius
Tho funeral of Joseph Silva,
who was drowned the previous
nicht, took placo from tho ratlin-
dral yesterday afternoon. It was
Inruoly attended. Undertaker hi.
A. Williams had aharge.
ROYAL DAKIMa rOWDM CO., HEW VOAK.
.jftfcf'.. Jt-.- .-.a. MnAtoiflrna',;,'
till in Fighting Mood-Self
Control Stems to be the Necessity
ol the Hour.
Now York, Jan. 17. A dispatch
to the Herald from Hongkong
says: The Herald's Manila cor
respondent report a strict censor
ship upon dispatches.
Tho latest advices dated
January 13th, state that tho situ
ation in tlio Philippines is still
acuto. Aguiualdo is holding his
forces in check with difficulty and
natives 'have been arrestod for
smuggling ,arms into tho walled
city. On ono occasion a coffin
was found full of arms and on
another b!x Mauser rifles and a
stock' of ammunition was discov
ered hiddon in a load of straw.
Tho natives residing iu the city
predicted an attack on Manila
Sunday ,tho 15th,but the foreigners
maintain that tuero will be no at
tack if tho Americans do not pro
Tho position of tho Americans
is yory unpleasant. Thoir Spanish
prisoners are nnfrieudly nud tho
hostile natives are numorous aud
well armed, both inside and out
eido of Manila.
Iu Iloilo tho situation remains
tho same except that tho natives
aro intrenching themselves. They
havo blockod the river by sinking
barges laden with stones.
Tho nativo troops outside of
Manila nro most insolent and it is
hard work to restraiu the Amer
icans. The JL ilipiuo soldiery como
out to thoir lines, closo up to tho
Americftn..Aout posts, loud their
ritles, deliberately point thorn at
tho Amorican soldiers and thou
derisively walk back to their own
lines. Under such conditions
there might bo a fight at any mo
ment. 8PAIN AND THE FILIPINOS.
Now York, Jan. 15. A dis
patch to tli8 Herald from Paris
Nows has reached horo that tho
Spanish Government has begun
negotiations with Aguinaldo,
through tho agency of certain
Filippinos in Madrid forthuro
lease of tho Spanish prieoners.
Having begun to treat directly
with tbo insurgents, Spain is
likely to go a step furthor nnd ac
cord them that recognition hither
to refused by any government.
The idea is to call upon Presi
dent McKinley to redeem his pro
mise and obtain tho reloaso of tho
Tho difficulties confronting tbo
Amorican Government nro all uu
deistood iu Madrid and as soon
as official coguizanco of them is
obtaiui'd tbo Government will
consider itself free to treat with
the Filipino Government if no-cts-ary
as power to powor, iu
order to securo the liborty of its
That Spain should tako such
revonge upon us would eurpriso
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Washington, Jan. 17. At the
opening of today's session of the
Senate, Mr. Davis, chairman of the
i.ommiiiee on roreign Keiauons,
gave notice that tomorrow Inimed- 5
lately on the conclusion of regular
business, he would move that the
Senate go Into executive session.
Mr. Turner gave notice that on
Thursday after morning business
he would address the Senate upon
the Vest resolution.
The resolution of Mr. Hoar de
claring the Filipinos ought to be
free and Independent was laid before
the Senate, but at the request of Mr.
Hoar it went over, as he said he de
sired at a more convenient time to
address the Senate upon It.
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CREELMAN ON TO MANILA
Doesn't Expect Any Fighting Thinks Ad
ministration Is Weakening In Its
Amnnrv tlin tfirnnrrli nnaannnpra
in tho Dorio is tho famous war 5
correspondont, Mr. Jnmos Crepl-
man, whoso pen pictures of recent ft
conllicts at arms havo beon rond ft
tho world over. Mr. Creolmau is ft
bound for tho Philippines where J
bo goos to study tho problems that ft
aro copping up ovory day as a ro-
oiilf nf ilin vinfnrtr nf Amnrinnti
In a talk witb.a Bulletin re
porter yesterday, Mr. Creelmiin
said: "I do not anticipate much,
it any, ugutiug 111 the I'lnlij)-)
pines nud, what may trauspiro lopn
that line is simply tin incidont iu k
tho object for which I am going. K
"There may bo a littlo Dchttnu tf
skirmishes on tho outskirtn,
perhaps but as to a sorinusly
contemplated slrugglo on tho part
of tho Filipinos against tho Ame
rican forces, 1 havo tho greatest
doubts. Thoro aro not mnro'tlmn
20,000 stands of armH nmouv tho
insurgents a more drop iu tho
bucket when placed alougsido of
what tho American forces havo
Then look nt Undo Sam's ships
alroady iu tho Philippines aud tho
others that aro hurrying there as
fast as steam will carry them.
Unless the Filipinos aro utterlv
braiuB which, they aro
not by any moans, thoro will bo
no fighting. Thoy could not mu-
Lvivo a singlo ongugemont. Agui-
nnldos men aro not trained uad
their shooting is wild.
"While spooking of the Philip
pines question, I might say th it I
have just paid a visit to Washing
ton on my way from Loudon aud
havo noticed a deckbd weakeuing
of tho administration in regard to
tbo Philippines. To fight for a,
peoplo aud sido by sido with thorn
and thon to turn nrouud nud
slaughter thorn for that is all a
contliot betweon American and
Filipino arms will amount to is
a dooidod stumbling block. Presi
dent McKinley does not wisli to
ugut the L ilipinos.
"This briugB us to tho policy I
beliovo to be the serious intention
of tho United States Govornincnt
to carry out. In tbo matter of
Cuba, tho United States has given
a solemn promise to givo her the
reins of Government. You may
seo tho workings of this ovou
now. Tho United States is tak
ing up ovory oflico on the Island
and as fast as a Cuban
suitable to fill tbo position cau bo
found, be is givon tho place iu
proforenco to Americans. I be
lieve the samo thing will happen
iu tho Philippines, this from a
closo study of the indications at
Washington. As to Hawaii, I
may say that tho samo policy will
be carriod out hero, although por
haps, not in the immediate pres
ent. You will soo tbo day whan
Hawaii will bo ruled by nor own
Mr. Creolmau was wounded in
loading a charge on tho fort at
El Caney, whero the Amoricaus
won such a brilliant victory. He
has beon under tho doctor's caro
for sevoral months. Mr. Oreol
man is tho first man in the uows
paper world who ovor succeeded
iu intorviowiug tho Popo nt Rome
and ho is aUo tho man who gavo
to tbo world tho first nows of the
deoisivo battlo 'between the Chi
nese and Japanese
Louo, tho man who undertook
to raiso money for "n church on
Maui" and who was put into the
Insane Asylum a short time nco,
escaped last night and was cap
turod on tho Kinan this foienoon.
Ho was trying to got away to
REOKGANIZUD CHURCH OP JESUS
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Mllilanl Hall, rear of Opera House: Sunday
to a. m. Bible class; u a. m. preaching in
Hawaiian; 6:30 p.m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 p. m. preaching In Iingllsli ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. in. prayer meetinz.
1 wiJui'i-iTiiii'iiiii ir l.ii:uiw ii
YZncliltirrtti fin 1 trddilnnf O
McKlnley .mnouiueJ to the Cabinet
at Its regular meeting todav that he
had determined to court-martial
General Eagan. Secretary Alger
was not present at the cabinet meet
ing, but with Adjutant General
Corbln was at tlio VVhlP House In
conference with the President on
the subject just prior to the cabinet
session. The order for the court
martial probably will be made to
day. Just prior to the cabinet meeting,
General .Wiles made a rather an un
usual call upon two of the members
of the cabinet, Secretaries Hay and
Long. He Ind just returned to the
city from New York, and when
spoken to with reference to the
Eagnn case, adhered to his original
declaration that this was not a time
for him to act, If at all, leaving
the Implication that If the com
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mission did not act or the adminls- J
tratlon, It would then be time for 5
him to take some steps.
GENERAL LAWTON SAILS
Now York, Jan. 17. Tho
Fourth llgiment, U. S regular
infantry, from Fort Sheridan.
Illinois, urriv d in the Jersey
City depot of the Peuusylvauia
railroad today. Tho reiiiment
consists of. about 1,100 men coiae-'. l
manded by Geiiiral llobert A.
Hall. Tho mon wero all in pritno
The troopa will sail from herd
tomorrow on the transport Grunt
which will also cirry Major Gen
eral Lawlon an 1 his stuff,
Tho Graut is a 1110 lol transport,
nnd the first to sai from this port
for Manila via the Su z caual.
Washington, January 1G. From
the prnseut outlook thoro will bo
no Hawaiian legislation at this
session except the passage of tho
extensions of customs aud contract
labor laws. Thoso bills aio ready
for cousiderntiou iu tho commit
tees of tho Senate, the former hav
ing passnd tho House, and it will
take only a fow moments of tho
morning hour to get them through
any timo withiu the coming
mouth. There is no opposition to
theso measures, aud they will bo
made laws if nothing olsu Hawai
ian is takn caro of at this timo.
JuiIk WliK'maiin I'hIIIiiii.
Hon H.' A Widemauu,
Ims boon luilum; tor many
past, was very low last night. So.
critical was his condition that his
family wero assembled about his
bedside. Judgo Widemauu is ono
month over seventy-six years of
Highest Honors World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
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