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The Progressive Bulletin Will Issue To-morrow an EightPage SAN FRANCISCO SUPPLEMENT.
Watch for the
Business Men of the
Coast Patronize the
-The Progressive Bulletin Leads in Progressive American Hawaii.
Vol. VI. No. 1128.
HONOLULU, H. L, THUHSDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1899.
PltlOK 5 Ol5NT8.
BREWER & CO.'S BUILDING
HANDLING THE PHILIPPINES
WITH ROBERT BURNS, BARD
PROSPFCTS VERY GOOD
TF7 ; I
The Orpheutn theater on Satur
day evening January 28, will bo
-the fcoiio of great activity occa
sioned by the initial appearance
iti Honolulu nf tho plensing and
clever comedy entitled "Hoi?
Hopper Was Sidetracked." Mr.
Juloi Walters and. Miss Louise
Xlewnllyu appearing in the load
The conedy is Insed upin tho
oxplo th of ouo ''Happy Hopper"
who nndtires his joyBtind sorrows
S'Y'Til fino soenia displays aro
ofleral aud som clever specialties
Tho Orpbeum line recently under
roup some extotiHivo r.-p'iirs. Tho
audit riurn and stag have both
been enlarged therefore guaran
teeing a perfect porformnnco. On
nccount of tho superior strength
ami cizo of the opning ompauy
the admission will be advanced to
CO aud 75 eenU during this eu
"How Hipper Was Sidotrack
ed" has played to immeiifO buni
iinse all through tho Stit09 and
enjoys the reputation of being
one of tho very host companies
There will bo frequnnt obntigo
of program both m pi lyq and
specialties, nnd it id assured that
before many days you will nil
know "IIo.v Iloppsr Was Sido
'Trnek d '
Koiv d seals for sale at tho
Hut; 3u! Tumorriir.
Thj greater portion of the mng
niluout Turkinh aud Persian rugs
now adorning IIjuoIu'u holies
linve come from the auction sales
of Jan. ?' Morgan, the progres
sive auctioneer of Honolulu. An
other sale is to tako place at 10
o'clock tomorrow forenoon in Pro
gress hall. Twenty beautiful rugs
will then Lis gold nt any pi o bid
to close out tho invoice
HERB'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. 'the kind that
Grandmother lias such pleasant recollec
UA8KBT-PIRED JAPS. "Spider
Lea" types pun-, uncolored teas.
PAN - FIRED JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Tens."
YOUNG IIYSONS.-Another of the
""Green Tea" types.
BNGMSII BIJEAKPAKTS. (Coii
;rous). Richest, heaviest, hiunI bracing of
-all 'I eas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. Prom 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.
ULENDS.-Ouf "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks ; "Premium Blend,"
from fanciest blacks and greens ; and
"Guaran-Tea Blend,"from standard blacks,
ire 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, and, above all,
Drop h, examine our goods, (test -them.
I Sn ! I
n? most searcning inquiry into our metnojs, then ueciue,wliere.you wlsli to trade.
Your neighbors tried It, AND THEY'RE ON OUR LIST. Think It over.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
GROCERIES CROCKERY .u HARDWARE
Bids for tho construction of tho
new building of 0. Grower & Oo.
on tho old sito near tho boat land
ing, bavo beon submitted. John
Oudorkirk proved tho fortunate
one. His bids were $18,133 and
819,133. Tho biddors and their
fignres aro ns follows:
Luens Bros., S19422, coral;
Fred Hnrrisou, 823,747, coral;
S2C 207, brick.
J Ou lerkirk, S18.133, coral;
J. Patzig, 818,977, coral; $19,
Willi Vliln llHck.
Willie Vida returned homo in tho
Coptic this morniug. He has beon
away about threo inouths. During
that time, he was in Manila and
Hongkong, tho lattor placo for Ave
weeks. "Villio had the following
to say this morning:
"I was iu Manila several weeks.
While there I witnessed a small
(donnish betweou tho rcbols and
United States troop i of which
Harry Murray was a member.
This wa on Deoeraber 12.
" Jim Sherwood is in Manila
waiting for affairs to bu settled iu
Hollo. It is his intention to opou
a saloon lliero iu partnership with
Whaloy who was kro not long
"0. S Bradford, well known
here, has opened up a real estate
oflice in Manila aud :s doiug very
well. All tho othf r island people
in Manila are well."
Mr KeiiaWe la Oakland.
Mrs. Kutk', motjier of Louis
and William Kennk of the Post
Olliuo Dopirtrrfdur,left for San
Franui-m in th-i birk-mtine Irm
ga d at uoon today. Mrs. Koua
ko will lio abiont from Honolulu
al) ut a year. During that time
fho will make her homo in Oak
laud. Her twelve year old
daughter aucompauies her.
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, dejicious teas they are,
in the old-fashioned 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
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since they left the
If you like, AT OUR EXPENSE), make
I Can Get It
Prominent Educator Gives His Yicws
Rev. HcCauley Has Just Returned from Trip
to the Group Autonomy Under
Now York, Jan. 17. A dispatch
to tho Herald from HonekoDg
Eov. Olay MoCnuloy, professor
theology nt Tokio, who recently
arrived from tho Philippines, says
that as tho result of his study of
the situation nt Manila, ho thinks
tlioro are only thrco ways for tho
United States to solve tho Philip
Tho first is annexation by forco
or purchnso. To ubo forco means
the mo3tdimtrous foroirjjn war in
Amnrictn history, onUiling great
loss oE mo aud expenditure of
rnonoy. Moreover, it would bo a
violation of national honor.
Pimibneo means tbo recognition
nf tho insurgents as allies of the
United States during tho war;
rewarding tho Filipino loaders
with officers' salaries; employment
of tho insurgents in military and
civil offices nnd also giving them
back pay as allioe for somo
months. Such n purohneo would
secure a compromising gain ot
doubtful teuuio. The AtnciicuuB
iu Mnnila are generally opposed
to aunoxation in nny form.
Tim second solution is a com
plete transfer of sovereignty from
Spain to a Filipinos republic nnd
the retoution by tho United Stntos
for hor own uoo of Manila buy
nnd port just as Uonckong is kept
by Uront JJritain. JLliis solution
means the exposuroof tho defense'
less Philippines to the creed of
the powers, with a consequent
noute crisis in Europo over far
EiBlom questions. This wny is
neither liouoralile or wise.
Tho third possible solution is
autonomy undr an American
protectorate. This menus nn in
dependent Filipino republic con
trolling tun ndministrntion of in
ternal affairs, tho United States
tnkinu charge of tho Supremo ju
diciary and foroign relations, such
us tho power ot making war or
treaties whilo having control of
Thia solution, Mr. McCauloy
thinks, might bring about n tute
lage which would result in tho fu
ture absolute indepoudouCH of the
island or voluntary annexation to
tue United tnt"B.
Tho third wny only, ho says,
menus pence and prosperity both
to tho United StnteB aud tho Phi
lippines. In nny cnBe, immediate
action is impnrntive.
A leading meiu or of the Fili
pino directornto ' Hongkong d
clard readily nud ouiphntiunlly
that tho Filipinos would refuse
Hhsolutoly to linnet ovor the eus
toms. Tlioro would bo no object
tion to paying the cost nf riinin
tainiug a nnvnl equadron in the
Philippine waters, in th- same
wny as tho British ColxmeM con
tinuos toward tho imperial de
Made from most highly re
fined grape cream of tartar.
Makes pure, delicious,
Tbistle Club Celebrates Anniversary of
Happy Speeches by Members and Others An
ecdotes and Songs Given Recitaton of
Tom O'Sbanter by J. H. HcGowan.
Yesterday was tho anniversary
of the birth of tho famous and
much beloved Scottish bard,
Itobert Burns, who, through his
pooniB nnd songs hns spoken not
ouly to the Scottish people but to
tho people of ovory civilized
nation. As in years previous, tho
Scottish Thistle Olub celebrated
the event in a banquet nt tho
rlingtnn hotel whore, nt about
8:30 o'clock, sixty or moro Scots
and their friends, gathored about
the feetivo board in the largo din
Tho table was well sot and
decorations in red carnations were
iifK'il, while from the chnndeliors
hung sprayB of the "hunpaln"
vine with its orange colored
llowers. Over the main ou
trnnoo whs a picture, iu colors,
of Bobcrt Burns, surround
ed by Scottish shnwlB in
groen, black nnd red. Beneath
wore the Euglish and Amoriunu
tines. Opposite over the back
entrance were Euglish nnd Hn
wniian firfea, while ou tue Wai
kiki wall was n picturo of Queon
Victoria, in colors, Burrounded by
nn Euclisb finer. In tbo parlor
wns n piauo tlmt wns rolled close
to tuo dining room for the nc
companists- nnd singers.
Seated at tho head of tho com
bined tables wns Chief Dnll of tho
Thistle Club. To his right wore
H. II. M's Commissioner Kotiuy
nnd Bobert Cation, while to his
loft were Col. Why to, Dr. A. Sin
clair, nnd further down the left,
Uov. Alex. Mnckiiitosh, W. E.
Fislior aud J. U. McQowau of
Oliior Dull aroso and, in a fow
word", opeued tho bauquot. For
n half hour or so tho guests
partook of the good things
provided by Mr. nnd Mrs.
Krouso. Then catno a sharp rnp
and Chief Dull arose. In n fe.w
well ohosou words ho spoko of the
revered poet Burns nnd referred
to tho celebration by tho Scots nil
nil ovor tho world of tho anniver
sary of tho birth of the author of
Bobort Cutton in his eulogy of
"Robbie" Burns, mentioned vn
rious of his poonis aud their suit
ability to the various feolingp with
which man is beset at different
times. In lovo or in auger, in
happiness or iu sorrow, iu fun or
in earnest, Burns alwayB has a
rendy line that meets the feolinga.
Mr. Cation illustrated by quota
tions from somo of Bruns' poems.
Special Agent H. ' M. Sownll
wan to havo responded to the toast
"Tho President of the United
States" but was unavoidably do
tain ed. Col. Whyto of Seattle whs
invited to respond nnd in well
chosen words, gavo ono of I ho best
ppcouhes nf tho evening. Hn told
of his vinit to tho home of Burns
in Scotland nnd of the feelings he
experienced ns hn passed along
from ono placo of historic interest
to tho other. Ho had boon born
British Commission Kenny ros
ponded to tho toast "Tho Queen"
in vory hnppy terms, bringing
forth rouuds of applause. He
playfully traced tho Queon's nnces
try buck to Scotland nud brought
in tbo Emperor of Gormnuy
as being pnrtly Scotch, although,
perhaps, it wns not by virtue of
hiB Seotoh blood that W ruled
over Gormnuy. Then Mr. Kehnv
took up President MoKiuley,show-
iug tunt lie tmel scotch blood in
nun although there woro vory
broad suspicious that he also had
Irish blood in him. Mr. Kouny
was about to refer to tho Czar of
Coiitlnuud on Pace 4.
Mr. Scrymser Talks About the PaclQc
Power or Eastern Cable Companies United
Stales Must Cooperate With
JameB A. Sorymsor, president
of tho PaciGo Cable Company, is
a through passongor iu tho Cop.ic.
Ho called at tho Executive build
ing tliU morning, but found Mr.
Dilo and tho Miuisters absuut.
Thou, with members of Judge
Hurtwetl's family, hn drove around
town nnd visited tho Pah. On
the Pali road a Bulutin
reporter mot Mr. Scrymser
who mado tho statements follow
ingi It was near the Bulletin's
proas time when tho pmty rent-bed
town, so that pnrt of the inter
view has to be doferred:
"I think tho prospects aro very
"From whnt Senntor Morgan
has said, nnd uowspnpcr ropmts
iu tho sumo lino, wo nro oucour
nged to hope that n cnblo will be
built, maintained and operated by
the Uuited Stales Government.
"I do not think that private,
capital would take the risk nf such
governmental control. Enulish
compnuies iu 1110 .uhbi Hold nu
aosoiute monopoly iu tlio I'lUlip-
pines, Hongkong and the Asiatic
coast, including Loroa. And the
Great Northeastern Oompiuy
, ', . .... -.. ...
holds au absolute m .110 uext live yoais nnd onlor into con
poly as between .Tapau auditmcbi for as mniiv more, not lo bo
me Asiatic const, mat tins h.x
elusive rights runuiug until 15)10,
excepting that llfo contract with
Jnpnu will expiro iu four yearn.
"I am informed that thoy have
obtained nn extension for fifteen
.1 ti mi . 1
iu iwuuiy yuiird. uui ten ueD V
no American oablocau b.n.l either could win H not too heavily hnudi
iu the Philippines or ou tho Asii- .,,i J
tic coast only by nrranuoiuentl
.1, ., t t f .
with the companies holdiou those
usive rights. Theso are
, .- . , .
clusivo nghiB, or veatpd riRlit-,
?t" . 'i h. l! P?,nbn,)l0 lh,,t ,h,J
uniteci otatos uovernmeut cuu
nbrogate them or will abrognto
thorn without payinu hoavv com-
"The siluation is that nn Amor-
ican cable eauuot get to tho Ent,
that is unless tho United States
Govornmout is willing to liberally
nsist and back up American en
"luougu 1 baliovo a cable will
be Obtablishcd, ns it is a military
neoessity that the United States
Government should have cable
independent of Europe aud China
and tho foroign companies."
Mr. Scrymser was nelcd if the
Japanoso Government had given
him nuy onoouragomunt. Ho
"Yes, they have, but they will
do uothinc unless the United
States' assist it. You may
say that n cablu of ten thousand
milos involves nn expenditure, of
teu million dollars. That would
be absolutely impracticable. It
would bo Huro to broak down.
I'heroforo tho distance iu
volvos a duplicate oablt,
which would cost $2i.l,Oi)O,00O, nnd
as a cablo is supposed to last twen
ty yoarB, you would require to set
asido a reserve of 8G(J0,000 a year
as a ronownl fund,otherwiHH nt the
end of twonty yeirs you would
have to issuo now capital.
" Had the exclusive right grant
ed by Hawaii been sustained by
tho Uuited States Government, it
could havo boon uied to obtain
reasonable terms with compv ies
holding the monopoly as before
" An American cablo cannot go
East whilo thoso foroign cables
havo an 'open door- to Amoricn."
Mr. Scrymser in conversation
coming down on tho rond snid
tnni ne nnu neon instrumental in
Inying 14,000 mileB of submarine
cable sinco 1805. Ho gavo other
intoresting information rngarding
tho Pacitio cablo problom, for
which Uiorn is not time or space
in this issuo,
Drnor.Avt7i:n riiinir,ii rt? fccitc
ClIKIST holds meetings as follows In
Mllllnni Hall, rear of Opera House: Sunday
oil. in. diuic u.ibv, it ii. iii. preacnniK '
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 p. ni. preaching In English ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
FOR AMERICAN SHIPS
Discussion of the Hanna-Pjyne Shipping
Senator Frye Hikes Pointed Remarks -Civet
Material Assistance -To Merchant
Washington, January 14. Tho
Senate Committee ou Commerce
today continued the hearings on
Wi Hauua-Payuo substitute bill.
Charles II. King, socretary of tho
Like Carriers' Association, ami
Theodore boiroh, president of tho
American Manufacturer' Associa
tion, ftpoke in favor of (1m bill.
Clcmem Griscoin, presidout of tho
International Navigation Com
pauy, nlso advocated the bill. Ho
thought nothing would restore
American shipping except a sys
tem that wouhl reduce the cost ot
coustrirtiu and of the operation
Plin rttiQ&AriA aF llin
1 -" - w ,....-.. Hw ... ...v
pending bill would reliovo the sit-
,mtiou, nud if it shou'd becomo a
l,iw ,i, Compauy would built four
,m,r M.OOO-tou binn ivitliin H.a
completed wHim tb'it poriol.
Souuior ElkitiH mh1;o I if the bill
would so ndjii't the cbndin'ons as
to put tho United Slated ou an
equal fooling with Groat Britain,
nnu unsworn replied tliit it would.
l l.f ii... Il....i u.. i.
Mil-;.... ni i: .1 n.:
--.iifc.un uin II ili-nil(fliul VTriFIUUIQ
.. t , !,.. rM..i.. ..r .. i.
inI1f i.hLi, 1 .
lonnage 01 urniiii mips
,IB tax IinpiiBwl by Uren
ou Amoiiciiu ships. Gri-
riMinti j m -111 r 11 1 11 rii mil
us. Uri-com Hnld
no iMvoreii mihii it nienburo, nut na
hoped there would bo 110 effort to
put it ou the. pending bill. Ho
said that there war no limn within
the last twenty yoais that such
legisjatiou would not have been
ndvtjuhlo and that it whs idiotio
folly not to enact it. This state
ment brought from Senator Frye"
tho remark that it would havo
been H"curo,l except for tho oppo
hitiou of tlio steamship companies.
" I know," ho said, "of ouo in
stanco iu which n man, who never
under ordinary ciicumstauces, at
tended tho early sessions of the
Sfiirilo sat through tho morning
hour ovory day for four mouth iu
order lo ptovent a moisureof thU
kind from coining up in tho morn
Nuililrn Dm III ur.Vultli Wuman,
A untivo woiuuii, liana Hono
lulu by name, died suddenly at
I'uuh'alo, Kalihi-kai last night.
'1 ho Board of Ilniilth henrd ot tho
mattor and thought if was
iinportrtut nnohgh to need invonti-g-tion.
Tlio police, authorities
ore notified and this afternoon,
oilicers are makini; iminiri'H.
Hl(rhe5t Honors World's Fall
OoIdMcdnl, Midwinter Fair.
, K Pure Orapo Crsam of Tartar Powdet
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