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Vol. VI. No. 1140.
HONOLULU, H. I., THTJHSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1899.
PlSIOB 5 Cunts.
THE ARMY BILL PASSES GERMANY TO INVESTIGATE
FILIPINOS DO DECLARE
ABOUT BATTLESHIP OREGON
MORE REGULAR TROOPS
Close of Hot Fight In the House Recruits
Hay Bi Taken from People of the
Will Not Accept Work of Consul in
Wasnington, Jan. 81. Tho bill
to reorganize find moreatc tho
standing army to about 100,000
mon," but giving tbe President
authority to reduce the size of in
fantry companies and cavalry
troips to sixty men each, thus fix
ing a minimum of about 50,000
enlisted men. passed tho House
today, by a voto of 108 to 125
This was the result of a week of
bard and often picturesque fight
ing on the floor, during the pro
gress of which the opposition
coui polled those in charge of tho
measure to givo this discretionary
authority to the Prosident and to
mnkr other modifications, among
which wro a reduction of 331 in
thn uurabr of stnff officers.
Tho bill as passed provides, in
addition to the general officers and
staff departments, for twelvo regi
ments of cavalry of twelve troops
each, I'll cosst batteries, twenty
four field batteries, thirty roci-
mout-of infantry of twelve com
panies each, a corps of engineers
and oue r giinent of onginoers, an
ordnance department and a signal
corns, tho latter with G25 men.
It uls sives the Presidout discre
tion to reoruit tho organization
serviug in Cuba, Porto Rico and
the islands of tho Pacific in whole
or in part from tho inhabitants
Band concert at the Hawaiian
hotel in honor of tho oiptnin,
ollicors and men of the Uregon
That They ire Yery Much Abused by
Recall for Officials II They Violated Treaty
U. S. S. Philadelphia Leaves tor
Scene og Trouble.
NewYotk, Jau. 31. A Wash
ington special to tho Herald says:
In reply to tho representations of
Embassador White, Germany has
assured tho United States that she
will investigate tho conduct of hor
representatives in Samoa, and
should it bo shown that they have
acted in violation of the treaty of
Borlin sho will rocall them. By
this assurance Germany has re
moved tho Samoan question from
the dangerous position it occupied.
Tuo authorities uau anticipated
that Germany would doohne to
to accept responsibility by repre
sentations rocently rondo by Em
bassador Von Hotlohou, the Oer
man representative here, who in
formed Secretary Hay that In felt
satisfied the Gorman Consul and
Horr Rafael had acted without
authority from Berlin.
Secrotary Hay is quite willini:
to give Germany all tbo uec.i'marV
time to investigate, auu it 1h hx
pected that by this time sho bun
taken action. That thorn tuny bo
no doubt of tho facts, and to pro
toot tho American representations,
Commodoro Kautz, who left Sun
San Diego, California, on board
tho Philadelphia today, will matte
a morougu luvesugauou auu
port the facts without delay.
San Diego, Jan. 31. Shortly
beforo 11 a. m. the flagship Phila
delphia sailed out of this harbor,
headed for Samoa.
Why flgalnalda Made a Second Dwlaratkm
Makes Assertions That Are Not
" Upheld by Facts.
Some Facts Gleaned Daring
What Capiat Barker Says About Stop at Rio D
Janeiro Denies Americans and Germans
Were Unfriendly Corrects Several matters,
I Good Tea I
I in I
Honolulu ? J
. 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 theold-fashioned lead-lined chests.
Teas that we'll sell Jo 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
Hongkong, Jan. 31. Tho Fill
pino junta here, publishes its pro
test against the "refusal of tho
United States to-assooiate with tbe
Philippine Commission represen
tattves of tuo national govern
ment," adding that "tho useful
noes of tuo commission will ne
cessarily be greatly limited by
the exclusion of Filipinos."
Paris, Jan. 31. Tho Filipino
junta heie has received a cable
message from Hongkong explain
ing tho second proclamation of the
Filipino republic. The- message
"Tho first proclamation in
August was the work of Aguinal
do and the generals. Tho second
is tho unanimous work of the
"Last week a Filipino boy was
shot by an American soldier in a
suburb of Manila because ho was
wrangling with a Chinaman in
the market. Tho soldier was not
proBccutod and the boy's fatherr
in revenge, attacked an American
outpost armed with a knife and
killed tnreo of tuem. 'JLlie rest
tied. Tho Filipino escaped.
"A Filipino officer wns killed
wbilo walking in Manila by an
American soldier. There was no
"Tho American army is daily
provoking hostilities by aota of
The junta also assert that tho
allegations respecting tbo filibus
tering expedition and anarchy are
"Tho whole country," it is as
serted, "has declared its uncondi
tional Bupport of Aguinaldo,
whose authority has novor been
defied. Tho publio evidently
ignores the faot tuat every pro
vinco in tho archipelago is repre
sented in tho congress."
Gbneral Otis' action in prohibit
ing codo telegrams is a flagrant
broach of international law, but
the truth is loaking out. Tbo
Filipino newspapers dononnco
alleged gross abuses at tho Manila
Transport Ohio Arrives with Part of
Measles Among the Soldiers Major
In Command Officers on
Captain Barker was seen
aboard tho Oregon this morning
in regard to an article in tho
morning paper, dealing with re
cent visits of tho battleship to
South American ports. Ho spoko
"Tho artiolo iu this morning's
paper would mako it appear that
wo wore unfriondly to tho Ger
mans wbilo wo were in Rio do
Janeiro.' It would bo unfortunate
for suob an impression to get
abroad. Our relations wore per
fectly friendly and I have nothing
to complain of in tho way we were
treated by them.
"Wo gave a big reception
aboard tho Oregon (not tho Iowa)
and invited German and English
officers. The latter accepted and
camo aboard, whilo tho former
sent their regrets. Mark you
however, they had a vory good
excuso for not attendma. It hap
nnned to bo a religious fast day,
similar to tho original fast day of
New England. It was therefore
not a time for such games as foot
ball, baseball and tho like.
"lo snow tuat tuoy were per
fectly sincere in the matter of tho
regrets they sont, tbo Gorman oQl-
oors all called aboard tbo Oregon
after tuo reception auu wero ex-
RixmGAN'izr-D church of Jesus
CHRIST holds meetings ns follows In
Mllllanl Hnll.renrof OpeuHouse: Sunday
to a. m. Bible class; n a. m. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 p. m. preaching In English 5 Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
Jt'Kt.NXKV It ILI-
The U. S. Transport stoamer
Ohio, Boggs mastor, arrived in
port this foronoon with part of
the 22d Infantry aboard. Sho
sailed from San Francisco on the
1st inst. at 12 o'olock noon, about
twenty minutes after tho Trans
port Senator that has tho romaind
or of tho 22d Infantry aboard.
Tho Senator took a raoro souther
ly courao than tho Ohio, and to
that may bo attributed tbe fact
that tbo latter boat her out to this
port. She is supposed to bo tho
faster of tho two steamers.
For throo or four days aftor
leaving San Francisco, thore waB
vory rough weather and much sea
sickness was found among the
soldiers. On the second day, ono
of tho soldiers was taken down
with a mild attack of measloB. The
pationt is nearly well again. Ab
soon as tho Ohio hauled alongsido
tho Irmgard wharf, tbo surgeon
wont up town to report tho case to
the Port Physician.
Major Parkor.who has commaud
of tho troops aboard the Ohio,
statod that tbo Btoamor would gel
awav for Manila on Sunday after
noon or Monday morning. Besides
tbe necessary coal, about nine tous
of provisions would bo token
Passengers of the Ohio are:
Maj L O' Parker, comm'd'c Bat,
22d U S Inf'y; Lieut aud Trans-
Worry ConnrcCxit with Trenly llrraki
Now York, January 31. A dis
patch to tho Press from Wash
ington says: Tho President is so
much interosted in tho outcome of
tho strugglo over the peaco treaty
that ho is constantly inquiring
about its progreps. He has been
so worn by the shock of porsistont
opposition in the Sonate that his
boat th is affucted.
Bolioviug that tho rumor of his
illueuB might cause unnecessary
concern tho Prosident has desired
to koep his condition from tho
publio, and uutil today this wish
was respected. But a Now York
membor of Congress who had
beou to tho White Houso brought
tho roport to tho Capitol and
spread it that tho President was
fa from woll. Friends of tho
President assort ho is improving
and that ho soon will bo all right.
KAOAN POUND GUILTY.
the statement was mado in this
morning's papor that the German
officers were "Invited and fqilbd to
attend. Now let me givo you the
trno inwardness of tho matter. 1
"Tho first Minstrel show was
given on the British Flagship1
ihoia and thoBe invited wore Brit
ish and American officers. The
Oregon gave a return minstrol
show and invited tho British and
Amorican officers. Tho Gormans
did not figuro in any way in these
"I know nothing of tho abaenco
of tho Amorican flag aboard tho
German man-of-war when thoy
gave a reception. Tho Amerioan
"In regard to the minstrol show, port Quartermaster, M A Bateen
At Chinese Cnmulatr.
Thcro will b no general rocep
Hon at tbo Ohinoso Consulate- to
morrow but Consul Yung Wai Pin
will bo at homo to friendB from 10
to 12 o'clock.
HERO'S THE LIST:
' GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has such pleasant recollec-
Lee" types pure, uncolored teas.
'l PAN -FIRED JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
' YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
"Green Tea" types. , '
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
name for Itself In the world.
ASS AMS. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to the Ceylons, though
of flavors peculiarly their own.
BLENDS. Our "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks 5 "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,
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th' nost searching Inquiry Into our methods, then decide where you wish to trade.
YuJ Neighbors tried It, AND THEY'RE oM OUR LIST. Think It over.
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Uulu'rlnn Prlncrai Until.
Sofia, January 31. Princess
Ferdinand of Bulgaria, died to
day of pneumonia. Sho gavo
birth to a daughtor last ovouing.
"Our present ordors are to go to
Manila," said tho officer of tho
deck aboard tho Oregon yester
day. "However, these orders
might bo changed. You can say
that there is not oven the remotest
possibility of our going to Samoa."
Tho bell buoy was heard to ring
at intervals of about a quarter of a
Tht Evening Bulletin gives ALL
the news for 75 cents a month.
ju CROCKERY uu HARDWARE
Powder to be"
er and better
than any other
BOYAW tAKINa rOWHI CO . kt vo.
New York, Jan. 31. The Wash- S
Incton correspondent of the Herald Ji
telegraphs: Resolutions declaring k
In favor of the ultimate Independ- 3
enceof the Philippines will be voted
upon Detore uie treaty or peace is
mtlfie.1. To this extent t heantl- il
expansionists have won a victory.
Whether they will be able to adopt
the kind of resolution theyi want
remains to be seen. They cannot
prevent ratification of the treaty,
nor have they votes enough to
minute aud tho Chief Engineer
referring to it said: "1 think a
bell buoy would grato on tho
nervos of tho raost'stolid. A fight
is nothing to tho mourriful mono
tonous notes of a bell buoy
throughout the day and night."
Juet hero tho-story of tbo long
silence of tho boll buoy might bo
given. Several months ago, tbe
cast iron ball tued as a knocker,
was found to bo filed just whore it
was wont to strike tho boll so that
it simply slid along when tho
buoy rookod. It was further
found that Japaueso fishormen
wont out at nights and moored
lth U H (JavTy, ljieut ana com'y
H L Jaokson, 22d U 8 Infantry;
Cnut W H Kell and wife, do; C.pt
J F Morrison, do; Capt TD Jones.
do; Surg C Andrews, wifo aud
boy, do; Surg R D strong, do;
Lieut W A Campbell, do; Lieut O
11 Wolf, do; Lieut T W Moore, do;
Lieut O N Murphy, do; Lieut It B
Parrott, do; Liout 1) L Stone, do;
Lieut J W Leonard, do; Lieut G
E Thorne, do; Mrs McCollough
and son, M Estotto Hino, Mrs El
sir, Mrs Mead and child, Misa
Annie MoAvoy and 731 Non Com
missioned officers and privatos
and G ladies of 22d lufautry.
Following is a list of tho princi
pal officers of tbo Ohio: Captain
Boggs, commatdor; Chas Baring,
nrst officer; l Heioerg, secouu
officor; T H Lyon, third officer; 0
C Moore, fourth officer; C I Gal
lacbor, chief onsiueor; John Jack
son, nrst assistant; u uauagner,
second assistant; W F Devlin,tbiid
assistant; R H Copley, chief
steward; Alfred Burnley, second
stoward.and Goo H Gunton,storo
Wbon tho Ohio was closo to
tho Oregon this forenoon, the men
of tho battleship choered tbo sol
diers. This was enthusiastically
Captain Boggs pointed his ship
up as soon as ho had passed tho
bow of tho Oregon and tho Ohio
came very closo to tho reef. Some
one called out from tho Oregon
that tho Ohio was going into
Bhoal wator. Tho Ohio hacked im
mediately and then remained cIobo
to tho Oregon until tho pilot got
The lateness of tho pilot was tho
fault of tbo new man at tho Dia
mond Head signal station. Ho
tolophoned in that thoro was a for
eian stoamor twenty milos off
WairaBnalo. That was tho last re
port , and tho pilot did not get
started out until the transport was
closo to tho bell buoy. Nowhistles
wero blown and tho publio was iu
tho dark throughout tho forenoon.
Washington, Jan. 28. On tho
first ballot, and without a dissent
ing vote, General Charles Patrick. "
Eagan has been found guilty of
"conduct unbecoming an officer
and gontleman." Having been
found guilty upon tho first charge,
it followed ns a mutter of rourso
that ho wsh guilty of tho second
offouso. The penalty for the first
offonse iB fixed by law of dismis
sal from tho army, and tho court
has no discretion in the mnter.
but must mako this recommenda
tion. Goneral Eacan will uut bo
New Chlnfta Ilulrr.
Peking, Jan. 30. Tho Chineso
hero say tho Dowager Empress
baa decided upon a policy regard
ing the successor to the throun. It
is detailed that at a meeting of hor
relatives recoutly sho eelocto 1 the
succcHSor of tho prosent Emporor,
but the identity of thn porson so
ouoson is not divulgod. All re
ports, however, agroo that a change
at the palaco is imponding.
Kanalor Poller of Wtihtnirton.
Seattle, Jan. 31. Addison G.
Foster of Taooma, ono of tho boat
known lumber men in tho North
west, was tonight olocted United
States Senator to succeed John L.
Wilson, aftor ono of the most bit
ter political fights in tho history
of tho State.
Hank UrHfl Loit,
A lady roaident iB reported to
have lost a draft for $250 on ono
of tho local banks within tbo past
fow dnyB. She has been advised
to bevo payment stopped. Ab tho
banks wero closod for the day at
noon, it cunnot bo learnod at this
writing whether or not tho tdvico
has beon taknn.
Continued on l'ago 4.
Tho 200 haok stand people feol
highly flattered by tho attentions
of tho'road supervisors. On Sat
urday five cartloads of graVel wero
dumped on their gronud Inst Sat
urday, ncd this afternoon tho ma
terial is all boiug scraped up aud
Highest Honors World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Orjpc Cream of Tartar PowStf
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