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Vol. VI. No. 1135.
HONOLULU. H. I., PKTDAY, PEBltUAllY 3, 1899.
Pjhoe 5 Oknts.
1 1 1,
WILL RATIFY TREATY
This Is the Forecast Given by Hew York
Probable Resolution to Leave Loophole for
Withdrawal from the Philippines
No Cantas Made.
New York. Jan. 25. Tho He
rald's Washington correspondent
sends Ilia following: Ratification
of tb'j peace treaty on or boforo
February 6. Probable adoption
of a resolution declaring that the
peaco treaty does not bind the
Unitod States to permanent con
trol of tho Philippines. Appro
priation of S20.000.000 to carry
out the provisions of the treaty.
PitfBngo of eorao compromise
memeure for providing enough
men to garrison the colonies. No
oxtra session of Congrors.
This is now tho outlook as the
result of tho action of tho Senate
today in agreeing to tiko a vote
on the pence treaty and ponding
amendments at 3 o'clock in tho
afternoon on February 6, if not
ctrlior. It was tho most impor
tint action of the present session.
Uncertainty aud doubt bavo boen
dissipated, and the Sonntecan sot
about tho transaction of busi
ness. Loading Senators who bavo
rnt In n careful canvass of tho
sitimtinn have no doubt ax to tho
ratification of the treaty. Senator
Davis Buys ho has uot attempted
to poll the Senate, but ho has no
doubt considerable more than
sixty Senators will vote for the
treaty when actiou is finally
The Scandia left San
bo unexpectedly that several
tho soldiors and two or
cors were left behind.
HERB'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. -The kind that
'Grandmother has sucli pleasant recollec
BASKBT-FIRED JAPS. "Spider
Les" types pure, uncolored teas.
RAN-FIIJED JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS.-Another of the
Green Tea" types.
ENGLISH BI4EAKPASTS. (Con
gous). Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. From, Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the world.
CEYLONS: A line that's making a
mame 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 j "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
fl.ivnri nhfciltifihl. nml aVim.. ill
J Good Tea
I in I
Drop In, examine 'pur goods, (test them. If you like. AT OUR EXPENSE), make
the most searching Inquiry Into our methods, then decide where you wish to trade.
Your neighbors Med It, AND THEY'RE ON OUR LIST. Think it over.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
' WAVERLEY BLOCK
GROCERIES u CROCKERY .. HARDWARE
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
MISSION OF PHILADELPHIA
Will Go to Samoa to Investigate
Rear Admiral Kautz Will Have Important
Work War Ship Will
New York, Jan. 26. A dispatch
to tho Herald from Washington
Hoar Admiral Kautz has been
instructed, upon his arrival with
the Philadelphia at Apia, to in
vestigate the entire Samoan situa
tion and to roport the facta to tho
Re enforced by this roport, tho
department will bo ablo to follow
up its demands mado on tho Ger
man Government by Ambassador
White, provided the roport con
firms the dispatches Bent by Consul-General
Depirtment officials boliovetkat
tho Philadelphia, under tho orders
telpgrapbed to Rear Admiral
Kautz, will leave San Diego
Thursday for Hono'ulu, ou routo
to Apia. Tho vessel may bo de
layed in case Ohiof Engineer A.
13. Bates should not put in an ap
pearunce. It is expjoted that
witbiu fifteen days the cruiser will
roach hor destination.
Mnrcliril For Kxorcl.r.
The soldiors of tho 20th Infan
try on the Sjnndia marched up to
Nuuunu Valley for exorciso this
forenoon. They wore headed, by
tho reglifrent band. The boys at
tracted a great deal of attention.
Amnrnr thn rlnnnrf nrna fnr Afoul
and Hawaii porta in the Mauna
Loa this forenoon wore the follow
log: W I3erIowitz, Ohris Willie,
. YOU'RE MISTAKEN!
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 sixte?n-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
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LORD CHARLES BERESFORD.,
Arrives in Honolulu and Receives
Delivers a Reply of International
and Goodwill to the Address
Reception This Evening.
Lord Ohnrlos Beresford, ono of
tho noted mon who has boen very
much in tho public oyo rocontly
on account of his mission in Chi
na, arrived in the America-Maru
this forenoon on his way to San
Franoieoo. Ho is accompanied
by his secretary. Mr. Grey, and
both are bound for England.
As soon as the America-Maru
haulod alongside thn PaciGo Mail
wharf, H. B. M'e Commissioner
Kenny hoarded tho vessel and
sought out Lord Charles. Later,
several of the British residents
followed and quito a littlo recep
tion was held in tho steamer par
lors. In a pleasant talk with a
reporter of tho Bulletin, Lord
Charles had tho following to
''Yep, I am very much dolighted
with my visit in Ohiuo. As you
kuow, my mission there was to
open up China to :he commerce of
the world. I confess, I had eomn
littlo misgiviugs when I lauded on
Guineas soil but imagine my
thorough satisfaction aud, I must
say, surprise, when" my soherao
was so favorably looked upon.
'Id my trips throughout China
I had the pleaeuro of raoetiug all
tho mandarins and all hut two of
tho viceroys My plan boiofj pro
seated to thorn thrrmnh nn iiitur-
protor, tboy,showod at ouco groat
Byrapithv. besides those high
.otlicmb, I met most of tho promi
nent men in tho Government, and
theso too wero heartily in favor of
the scheme I proposed. Not only
were me uuineso, out tlie repres
outativo men of other natious in
Chinn, in hearty sympathy.
"The work ih, of course, just
begun. My trip has boen In tho
nature of a 'sounding cruise'
whioh has turned out most favor
ably. "I am sorry I cannot remain
hero looser than this steamer will
allow, bat all hasto must be mado
by me to hasten back .to England
to report on what his been done.
"It is my intention to stop over
in San Francisco, Ohicugo, Wash
ington and Now York I
have alluwtd two days for
eaoh place. My object is
to met ivitli tho Clumbers of
Commorco aud to" obtain their
viows ou the matter which I have
in hand. Don't you think the
people in the States are favorablo
to the soheme ? What hnvo the
papers had to say about it ?"
On being advised that the papers
wore enthusiastic in support of
his work, Lord Chirlos exposed
satisfaction and end h hoped
there would nlwmu bo nnii4 nf
feeling between tho United Slates
anu ureal uruain.
Made from most highly re
fined grape cream of tartar.
Makes pure, delicious,
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Continuing, Lord Charles spoko
of his formor visits in tho "Clio"
to theso islands in 18C5 and 18G9.
Ho nskod aftor somo of the old
kamaainas such as O. It Bishop,
Judgo Widomann, A. S. Ologhorn
and othor and referred to the trip
that Qutfon Emma mado to Fa
uaraa on his ship. "I am verv
much nnrnr!unl " oni.l T.nnl
Charles, "at the changes that have
taken place in yonr beautiful city
since x was uore last. Of course,
I bavo not been tin town, hut T
can soo ata glanoc from the ship
mat great strides ahead have been
made. Why your wharves are
greater by far in number, tho
oaturo of your shipping has
changed and Ibo houses, both
businoas p.nd privato, aro lurger
anu more pretentious. You an
pear to have taken groat stridos
) ory short notice was possible
of the time ot presentation of tho
address of British rosidente. It
was fixed for 11 o'clock at the con
sulate general. Hon. A. S. Clog
horn, chairman, is absent from
the CltV. ltev. AlfiT. Mnntrintniili
Joliii Phillips, Geo, L DaUr JM.
luousairat anu u. u. Wilson wore
unavoidably dotained from being
presepi. jluobo attendinc wore
Hon. J. B. Atherton, president,
nnn uas. uoraon Spencer, seoro
tary, of the Chamber of Commorco;
A. St. M. Mackintosh, represent
ing hid father on the committeo
besides buinu a former midnliin.
man in H. B.M.'sNavy; Dr.Slog
uett, a former officer of tho Navy;
wr. Moiuhbin, chairman, and W.
Jjuco. secretary, of the
meeting of British residents,
with thoeo other members
of the wolcomo committeo: Jndge
Stanley, V. Horaco Wright,
Uobert Catton. Olive Davios, R. A.
Jordan, J. Hay Wodehouse, O.
Croighton and D. Logan.
At about 11:30 Sir Charles
Beresford arrived in company
with Mr. Robin, his private secre
tary, and Commissioner Kenny in
a barouche. Thoso preiont wero
immediately presented to Lord
Charles on the voranda. ToDr.
McKibbin and Mr. Luce, whom
he romemberod, and Mr. Ather
ton, who remembered him, on his
two previous visits, ho address
od cordial remarks on shaking
The following addross was pre
sented to Lord Charles by the
Mir Loitn: Erirnnq hv hi'rMi nr
dosoont, hailing from many climes
overwuion victoria's Hag of Um
pire waves, and proud of tho lov
ing ties that will over bind us in
heart-loyalty to our mother land,
we greet you,' my Lord, with cor
dial British welcome and with our
Your personality, fn war, and in
peace, has boen impressed upon
the noblo annals of tho wise and
bonefioont roign of Her boloved
Majesty Qnoen Victoria, whom
Wo, whose hnp'py homes aro
mis muou tavored land, recen
ucqmred.by tho Uuited States
America, appreciate mora keenly
than others perhaps, tho desir
ability and advantages of a com
pact union of sentiment and inter
est between tho two great English
epoakmg uatious whose prosper
ity ho materially affeols our own,
nnd especially so in connection
with tho commorco of tho ancient
Empires of tho Orient which you
Continued on l'ugo 1,
GEN. EAGAN TESTIFIES
That Miles Stamped Him "A
Murderer for Gain."
Not Received a Cent Through Army
Contracts-Miles' Attacks Worried
Him lo Distraction.
Washington, January 2G. At
tho Eagan court martial today,
General Eagan was the principal
witness. He said ho entered the
volunteer army in 18G1. and in
18G1 was mado a second liontnimut
in tho recular armv. Ho then
riofly cave a history of his mili
tary career, which included sever
al campaigns against tho Indians.
Ho received a wound in thoModoo
war for whioh he recoivod abrevet.
During tho war with Spain ho had
beon in his omoo every day with
ono excoption, and ho had worked
early and lato. He had given! his
testimony before tho commission
under oath, preforably bo. He hud
first rend General Miles' statement
in tho Washington papors. For a
long time he feared that ho might
not bo caiieu ueioro tho commis
sion, but ho finally received a
summons to nnnenr. Even limn
ho was not fully nreimrod. no 1ii
statement necessarily involved tho
overhauling ot records, etc. Ho
had held a conversation with the
Secretary of Wnr, in the course of
which ho told tho Reorelary that
1m desired to defend himself by
brincinc nrocoedinnn nmiin-t
Goneral Miles, but was tnjd "that
tho immuuity'granted by tho Pre
sident would prevent any such ac
tion. Witness accepted this as a
fact, but he did not think tin's im
munity covered the newspaper in
terviews in which Onnnrnl Itfilna
had by inforenco declared him to
ue a muruerer tor gain, witness
said ho became arentlv Yrifil
This Btateraont of General Milos,
in tho opininu of tho witness, had
taken away his (Engan's) charact
er. Ho could not nrnnpnd nmiinuf
Genoral Miles in tho courts or
otherwise, and he felt that he
might be bolter dead in tho gutter.
During this recital Genoral
Eagan's eyes filled with tears.
ilia voico trembled nnd tin Htinl.-r.
very feelingly. His honor as a
Soulier, ho continued, had been
attacked, aud a soldier's honor
should be as sacred ns the honnr
of a woman. Ho had kent bin
sorrow to himself. He had kept
away from tho olubs and vnrv
soon found ho could not hleon.
Ho felt that tho neonln nF tliiu
country had come to believe that
ho was a dishonest man.
"But I am an honest man."
said the general, with feeling,
"and I believe that no one who
knows me will believe that I am n
dishonest man. My rocord is
clean? my uniform is unsullied,
hot I have been slandored and
In answer to n onnntinn Lv lia
Counsel as to whothor ho linri nvnr
received any benefit for any con
tract ho had made, Genoral Eagan
Baid, with groat feeling:
"no, on my honor aud before
my God. not one cont's nrofit nn'm
did 1 ovor recoivo, and yet my
office haB disbursed SI 9,000,000,
and I am now a poor man ho
poor that I havo not now Bullioiont
money with which to nnv vnnr
Tho incident was vorv flrnmntin.
Tho witness snoke of his nmntnl
and physioal condition between
tuo timo of Gou. MileB alatemout
and the time ho himeolf appeared.
Ho could not get rid of Iho idea
that tho country believed him ft
murderer aud for gaiu, aud this
thoucht drovo him uourlv In din.
Honry Wotorhouso & Co agent,
ClVe IHHleO thllt thn ilfnmuliir
Garonno will loavoSeotlloaud T.
coma for Uilo and Honolulu, Fob.
15th. (iL'ftin on Mnrnb 90 imrl
monthly theroaftor. Accommoda
tions should be engaged uhei.d.
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r?mnr;Avi7rri ruiitir-u rw iic.ic
ClIRIST.-ServIces in Mllil.ml Hall, rear
f Opera Houw, next Sunday as follows:
o a. m. Sunday School : Sacrament Ser
Iccat n a. m.: preaching In Hawaiian
t 0:30 p. m. Preachlnc In English nt
30 p. m. by Elder U. W. Greene;
Sab-atlon." All are invited to come
AGUINALDO, HIS REBUBLIC
Authorizes Him to Make WarTf He
Wants to do it.
Officials at Washington Do Not Worry Over tht '
Outlook Waiting for Peace
Mnnila, Jan. 21, via Houknng,
Jan. 20 The llopublica, tho offi
cial organ of tho Filipinos, an
nouucBs that tho Congress at Ma
lolos has adopted tho Fhilippino
constitution, possed a vote of con
fidence in Aguinoldo and empow
ered him to deolaro war on the
Americans whenover. ho may deem,
Oniclali Not Alarmrd.
Washington Jau. 25. Admin
istration officials declino to be
come alarmed nbout thaf news
?omln.Vr Pre88 dispatohe's from
tho Philippines and also being in
vented in Washington. They all
insisted this afternoon that thoro
wob nothing more lo the situation
at'Manila than has existed tliero
inco tho treaty of poaoo was
signed. Acuinaldo is simply try
'K to set himself up as a dictator.
Iho Philippine representatives
here in V";iHliinifnn urn rr.i.ii:..n
Agninoldo on, and tho Govern
ment hB information that tlm in
surgent loader has notified Ddwey
aud Otis that tllH hltlflinrr nF mnra
troops of tho Unitod States upon
Pbilippino soil will bo resented.
To this no attention will be paid
until the treaty of peace is ratifiod,
when rhn President will deal with
the matter in a more direct and
SHIP REGISTRY DECISIONS
Judge Perry has decided tha
ship registry cases on motions to
quash answore of Collector Gen
eral MoStoeker. ITh nvnrmlo.
tho motion in each case excoDtins
that of the Falls of Clyde. This
is tho vessel of whioh Marshal A.
M. Brown is the purported owner.
Tho Falls of Clvdo is int..d.ul
for the Matann linn hnlwean Man
Francisco and Hilo.
Pollen Court Nolet.
In tho Polico Court this fore
noon Joaquin Filijcs was fined
S30 and costs on tho charge of:
J. O Neil, second mate of tho
WillHcott, was found not Kuilly of
tho charge ot "intending to com
rait a crime" and di'dinruwl.
Highest Honors World's Fair'
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure flrpe Cream of TarUr Powder.
40 YEARS W'V, STANDARD