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Vol. VI. No. 1134.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1899.
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K Tribute to Great Britain, k
London, Jan. 25. Hamilton
Brown, editor of the British Realm
received a letter today from Rear
Admiral Dewey dated Manila, Dec'
ember 18th, In response to a request
for an expression of opinion on
Great Britain's Imperial policy.
The Admiral says:
"After many years of wandering
I have come to the conclusion that W
the mightiest factor In the clvlllza- g
tion of the world Is the Imperial 5
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Sugar nit Knunl. .
The Miknbala from Knuni
'brings tbo report of 41,070 bags
of sugar left on Kauni. This ia
divided as follows : L. P. 7000,
IE M. 13,000, M. 8 Co. 350, K. 8.
Co. 3100, K. P. 5200, E. L P.
1600, V. K. 120 and "Diamond"
W. 2000. The Jamea Mnkee
brought yesterday tbo report that
thero wero 55,910 bags loft when
sho sailed from Kapaa bat there
are n Dumber of steamers at Kauai
ports and the Mnkee loft a ahead
of the Mikabala, so that there was
time to rdduco this amount appre
ciably. Nad Nnrii
Captain Cutler of tho Klikitat
aeceived tho distressing news, yea
'terday, of tho death of his daugh
ter Ht Seattle oho was only six
teen years of nee, and was iu good
health whou her father left home.
A. cold d.-Yt loped into a fatal ma
lady. Cup am Cutler has the
sympathy of a host of friends iu
. . Hal M'kHHl.
A number of young man and
ladies have formed a club wbiuh
they call tbe "Hui Makaala," or
tbo "Wide Awakes.." They will
give da'nees from time to time.
Tho first of those will take place
in tho Mvrtle Bout Club house
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
'Grandmother has such pleasant recollec
BASKBT-FIRED JAP8. "Spider
iLeg" types pure, uncolored teas.
PAN - FIRED JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of
"Green Tea" types.
' ENGLISH HREAKFAST8.-(Con-
gous). Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll find vurs 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, and, above all,
I S In A ft A nt In A mil nSltf-l.l f t At lltikAl
if Good Tea
1 in J
I Honolulu ? I
it he most searching Inquiry Into our methods, then decide where you
Your neighbors tried It, AND THEY'RE ON OUR LIST. Think it
1 Jinn 111. examine uui tmiua. iicsl luciii.
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J. t. WATERHOUSE
, S' WAVERLEY BLOCK
GROCERIES'-... CROCKERY .... HARDWARE
Estublluhcd 1851 Leaders 1800
Honolulu Peil In Dululh.
In a It tter recoivod from Du
lutb, Minn., by tbo Mariposa yeB-
terday, tho writer spoke of Miss
Clara Fuller of this city. Sho had
been visiting Mrs. Rufus Draper
who, it will be remembered, was
here with hor husband some three
yeora ago. The writer farther
stated that Mr,, and Mrs. Wm. Al-
eti also of tins city, would soon
visit at the homo of Mr and Mrs.
Serious trouble lias come to (Mr.
Drapur since ha wns bore. His
mother died and his father follow
ed Boon after. Addod to this, Mrs.
Drauor fell from a chair and in
jured her head, She is just now
K.eapril from (luarniitlne.
Wong Man Sing, a Chinaman
who returned to Honolulu on a
bond permit in the last etoamer
from China, escaped from the
Quarantine elation on Sunday. A
reward of S25 is ollored for his
capture. Tbo Chinaman's num
ber is bloJ. Ho haB a very broad
face, with a largo mouth and ex
tremely broad nose. His faco ia
quite dark. A photograph of
Wong Man Sing has been loft at
tho pjlice station and the polico
officers are nil on the walch.
Holi, at ono time a police cap
tain, was taken back on the forco
late yesterday aftemoin as cap
tain of tbe third watch. Holi is
an efficient olh'cor. It will be re
membered that he is onn of tho
men who was shot ht Heitlouiaon's
place, Wiiikjki, on the night of
Jsuuary G, IbOo.
John Thomas and Hart, the
latter a lieutenant on tbe force at
ono tiufe, will go back as police
Neir Mounted Patrolmen.
Brando and Gnmpher, tho lat
ter former soldier in the reg
ulars, bavo joined the Mounted
Patrol. Scanlon has handed in
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 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 the old-fashioned lead-lined chests.
Teas that we'll sell to you by
honest sixtesn-ounce weicnt.
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since they left the
IV emit 1 IV '
AT OUR EXPENSE), make
the I vjw i
I Can Get It '
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uiry into our meinous, men ueciae wnere you wish 10 iraue.
Existing Customs Status Attacked by
Collection of Duties and Clause of Newlands
Resolution Alleged Unconstitutional St.
Andrew's Cathedral Controversy.
Kauimakaole, widow of Joseph
Lazarus, has brought a suit in
equity to admeasure dower against
Alexander Lazarus. Tbo premises
over which she claims her right of
dower are situated bctweoc Kiuau
and Luualilo stroots. Defendant
litis filed an answer, tbe most im
portant part of which is on alleg
ation that JoBoph Lazarus never
owned tho hnd in question. Tho
truth he alleges to bo that tho
land was bought by himself from
tho Hawaiian Govommout, but
(hat tbe royal patout thcrofor, in
tended for him, was inadvertontly
and unintentionally taken out iu
tbo name of Joseph Lnzarus; and
that for tho purpose oE correcting
tho orror Joseph. Lazarus oxooutod
and delivored a deed of tbo pro
perty to tbo defendant.
W. O. Peacook & Co., Ltd.,
wholesalo liquor corporation, has
brought an assumpsit action
againBt the Ropablio of Hawaii,
claiming $30 315 57 paid for du
ties, which plaintiff contends wero
illegal and contrary to tho conBti
tutiou of tho "United Stales. This
contention is based on a provision
of the constitution relatiug to
uniformity of rutieB throughout
tb(r-Unired States, amrKuotUBr
relating to exemption from dutios
of vessels bound from one state to
another within the Union. It is
alleged among other things that
"moro than n reasonable tirao lias
elapsed for tho Cougrcss of tho
United States to legislate concern
ing tbo imposition iu tho said Ha
waiian Islands of the tariff in
force in tho United States, and for
a collector to assumo control of
said port of Honolulu iu pursu
ant of such legislation," and that
in tho Newlands resolution,
"Congress did enact positive legis
lation concerning the customs
laws of tho Hawaiian Islands,
which legislation is unconstitu
tional and void." Upon goods
having origin iu tho United States
plaintiff baa paid dutios amount
ing to about'$12,39G. Tbo case
will bo duo for trial at tho March
term of tho Oircnit Court.
Tbo controversy between the
Second Concreurtion of St. An
drew's Cathedral aud Bishop Wil
lis has at leogtu been urougut in
to court Judge Perry began its
henring this morning at Circuit
Mrs. HunMea gtvo a poi lun
cheon for Mrs. Heury V. Howard
at Holani Pa joatorday. There
were present the following: Mrs.
V. E. Titus of Chicago, Mrs. Mil
chell, Mrs. McQrew, Mrs. Widdi
flold, Mrs. Myers, Mr. T. O Car
ter, Mrs. Hatch, Mr. Humphreys.
Powder to be
er and better
than any other
ftOrU QAKII.Q POwOCH CO . M YORK.
SAMOAN ROW IN DETAIL
Protest Was Made to tbe
German 'Consul Refused to Forward It Au
thentic Account of Proceedings
of the Crisis.
Following tho recent fracas
in Samoa tho leading official sent
a review of tbo action takon
and a protest ngainst tho for
cible installation of Mataafa
lis king tp tbe tbreo powers. Tbo
principal details of this protest are
hero given. Tho Gorman Consul
refused to accept or forward tho
Tho question respecting tho
rightful election of king was pre
sented to Chief Justico Chambers
for decision by both contestant
agreeing in writing to ouulo by
tliH tmmo. Thorough investiga
tion continued through eleven
days and nloro than 200 pages of
evidence was rucoruou irom mo
thirty chiofs Bidectod by both
sideij. Midway of tho trial rumors
of threats against the lifo of tbo
Chiof Justico wero afloat and one
open threat was inado by a Mata
afa. clnoE as shown by an alu
duvit AllconBuls aareod to raise flags
and prntcct'house, court and fam
ily of Chief Justice. American
aud British consuls quickly com
plied but German consul quickly
broko his promtso and rdfused.
Decision was reudored Decem
ber SI? " ' ' '
All consuls atteuded trial until
last two days when Qermau.con
An autuontioated copy was
tondcrod each consul. American
and .British accepted for their
government and said thoy would
abido by it. A copy was sout to
tbe (Jorman consul but no uevor
acknowledged it. Everything
poacoful in aud about the court
aud g&thoring of both factions
A conference of consuls, presi
dent and captains of British and
German warships held within an
hour. Proposal of Americnn.and
British to issuo proclamation
acknowledging lawful king re
fused by Gorman consul and pre
sident. British and Amorican
consuls and British captain
promptly recognized the king.
Gorman otaoials openly es
poused tbo defeated faction which
led by German consul who had rep
resented thorn at tho trial, encour
need by practically entire German
popuUtiun and ono man claiming
to bo an American began at onco
an organized armed assault upon
the central part of Apia. British
and Americans combined to pre
vent hostilities and succeeded un
til four o'clock tbo next day.
In tho meantime Matanfa's
rebel troops took up positions all
round Apia estimated about 3000
in number. Loyal troops who
had boon advised against fighting
in any event w?ro about 2000 but
wero unprepared for battlo. Late
iu tbo afternoon of Do. 31, Ma
taafa's troops wero closo to Chief
Two hundred loyal troops came
for defenco and British Captain
Sturdee landed 25 armed blue
jackots. Rosidonco barricaded
and held until 9 o'clock uoxt
morniug when family was re
moved to Tivoli hotel on the
be.aob. Armed guard withdrawn
several hours later. Too much can
not be said of tho bravo men who
defended tbo situation that night
neaiust plot to oitbor cnpto.ro or
kill tbe chief justice.
About 4 p. m. Sunday Malietoa
took shelter in Tivoli hotol and at
4:30 assisted by treachery a rush
was made ou tho hotel by several
hundred robol troops. Gorman
Consul General rodo at tbe bead
of thorn. Family of Chief Jus
tice removed to promises of tho
Continued on Pugo :!.
SHIPPING REGISTRY BILL
Hoped in Washington Time Will
Extended to December 25.
of i. i.
Received by Ylce President
S. N. Co. Vessels Which
Would Be Benefited.
John Ena, vice president of the
Intor-Island 8team Novigotion
Co., Ltd., bus received a uote
from a member of tbo shipping
bouse of J . J. Mooro & Co., say
ing: "Since writing in lottor to your
company, I bavo received a tole
,gram from Washington, which
makes mo very hopeful that the
Senate will amond tho bill passed
by Congress yesterday, and make
it rendieo that it will include "all
ships Jiiivnig a Hawaiian registt'r,
permanent or temporary, prior to
December 25. If bo this will in
clude) all the vpsboIs we manage,
as well as the Willecott, Star of
Bengal and Falls of Clyde."
Tho letter to which referouco is
made named vessels that would
bo all right, and thoso that would
not be so, under tbe bill as it
passed tbo Hoime. In tho case of
thoso left nut, the owners could
only have rocourso to tbo courts.
Iho opinion was expressed that
thoy would bavo a good chanco
thero to win, as their temporary
registers were taken out in gnod
faith, whilo Hawaiian shipping
laws still continued in force under
the Nowlands resolution.
Cincinnati, O., Jan. 25. Shortly
afternoon the national convention
of manufacturers was stirred up by
a resolution being offered most
earnestly petitioning the Sejiate
promptly to ratify the treaty of
peace with Spain. This opened a
general discussion on 'expansion.
The resolution was finally adopted
Wftnteil t Vim Honolulu.
A letter was received hern by a
local musician in tbe last stonmr
from H. P. Passmoro of Ssu Fran
cisco who proposed to bring tn
Honolulu bis three daughters, for
the purpose of giving a series of
concorts. Tho young ladies play
tbe ceWo, piano and violiu, res poo
tivoly. After consultation with
other musicians, it was unani
mously decided to send a letter to
Mr. Passmoro telling him not to
come, ns tbo proposition would be
a losing one. Mr. Passmoro bad
inado all arrangements to pay
Honolulu a visit.
iSuiplclom Case at Maullnla.
Thorp is a suspicious caso at tbo
quarantine station of a Chinese
boy who Iihb not yet dovolopoii
symptoms marked onough to make
it possible to dpcido what really
ails him. Tho little fallow is iso
latod and is boingolobuly watched.
Yosterday a rejected Chinaman
in quarantino was sent to tho Chi
nopo hospital for treatment, be
having dovcloped a scriouB case
of Brigbt'a disease. A bond wns
filod for the return of tho man to
quarantine iu caso ho should re
cover. m ii
Last night, four engineers wero
arrested two on tho ohargos of
arupKennefis anu two for luvesti
gation. Having received . their
niordb'stpay, tho four wero off on
a good time togetbor. lliokiid
and Tumor, the men iu for inves
tigation got into n litllo quarrel
and used pockt-t knives nu each
other. One had tho back of one
of his hands Blabbed and other
was out slightly on tho cheek.
Rkorganizu) church of Jesus
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Milliard Hall, rear of Opera House: Sunday
10 a. m. Bible class; n a. m. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 P. in. preaching in English ; Wednes
day 7:30 p. 111. prayer meeting.
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Paris, Jan. 25. The preliminary
sittiiii; of the Venezuelan court of
arbitration tills morning was purely
formal. The next meeting will
take place in April.
The court met In the room-wiilch
was used by the Spanish-American
peace commissioners :it the foreign
Tne arbitrators, the Russian am
bassador Prince Ouroussoff, the
British Amb.iss.idor, Sir Edmund J.
Atonson; the United States Ambass
ador, General Horace Porter and the
high foreign office officials lunched
with the minister of Foreign Affairs,
M. del Casse.
1 he Hrltlsli ambassador will give kj
a diplomatic dinner to the party this g
e cuing, to which the arbitrators'
have been invited. fe
Kivh nml Walnnae One.
At the end of this month,
and Wuianno will bo tmide ono
from a polico departmont stand
point, and ono deputy sheriff will
oversee thoso two places. At pro-
sent Kunhi Iihb I'jwa and Ueo. Sea
Wainnao At tho end of the month
Obas J. Faucuf, at one time a bi
oyelo patrolman, will tko tho office
of deputy shorilT. Faueuf is a
young man oL ability who, during
his work on the forco, showed
such aptitude that, when ho ro
sigued to go into tomo other busi
ness, bo was kept in mind. His
friends are glad thnt ho has been
givou the position.
"Through tbo Lines" made its
initial appearance hero before a
fair Bized house Inst evening. Tho
eveuts ozcur (hiring the civil war
and aro located in Kentucky.
Lucillo Garlylc, a Kentucky
Belle daughter of Juilpo Carlylo.
Tho plot though weuk in parts',
and open to criticism, still has
many salient points and com
mends tho attention nud applauBO
of tbo audience. This evening
"Through the Lines" will be ro-.'
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sultsmall advertisers get a square
IIDrn n City or Columbia.
There was an ovont aboard tbo
City of Columbia in the stream
Wednesday night. There was at
that time, born to tho wife of von
Hagen, former port steward of the
Inter Island Co., a boy. Mr. von
Hagen is one of tho night watch
men ou tho City of Columbia and
bis wifo is Btayiug aboard with
A man wants positiou as cook
ou a steamer. Head WANTS. r "
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