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Yol. VI. No. 1158.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUHSDAY, MARCH 2, 1899.
Pit to is 5 Oknt.s.
AGUINALDO'S WAR CRY
to ttao Americans and Revengo
to Be Reeked.
Orders Sent Out Previous to Onslaught Id Manila
Only Filipino Families to bo
Washington, February 21. Tbo
following diHpitch was received
tl)H aftornoou from Genernl
Manila, February 21. Adjutiut
Qotioral, Washington: Tlio fol
lowinu was issued by nn impor
tant officer of the insurgent gov
ernment at Malolos Fobruary 15,
1899, for ostcution during that
ovening and night in this city:
"First You will diaposo nt 8
o'clouk at night the iudividaala o
the territorial militia nt your order
in all of the Btreels of Sun Pedro,
armed with their balos and re
volvers or guns and ammunition,
"Second Philippine families
only will In rmpojted. They
should not bo molestod, but all
other individuals, of whatover
race thoy b.!,will bo exterminated,
without nuy compassion, uftor the
extermination or. the army of
" L'hird- The defondors of the
Philippines in your command will
at'ack thf) gu ird at Billhid and
liberate tho prisoners aud 'pro
Bidurioi.' ami, lmviug accomplish
ed this, they will bo armed, any
ing to them:
"'Brothers, wo must-aveugo
ouraelvm on the Americana and
exterminate them, that wo may
take our revenge for the infamy
and troachory which thoy hive
committed upon us. Ilavo no
compn3n.iAu npIu them." Attack
with viuor. All Filipino on
raaeso will second ynu Loug.
live Filipino ludep lenco
Staple and Fancy.
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
"Fifth Tho order will bo fol.
lowed in tho attaok will-be as fol
low: Thn Sharpahootors of Ton-
do and Santa Ana will begin tho
attaok from without, nnd theso
shots will be tho signal for tho
militia of Troso, Binondo, Quiato
and Sampaloo to go out into tho
streot and do their duty. Those
of Pake, Ermita and Malate, San
ta Oruz and San Mignol will not
start out until 12 o'clock, unless
they see that thoir companions
'Sixth The militia of Tondo
will t-tart out at 3 o'clock in tho
rooming. If all do thoir duty,
our revenge will bo compleO.
Brothers, Europo contemplates.
Wo know how wo dio ns rueu,
shedding our blood in dofonse of
tho liberty of our country. Death
to tho tyrants 1 War without
quarter to tho false Americans
who hnvo deceived ua. Either iu
dependouco or death!"
Tho portion of Gonornl Otis'
dispatch indicatod in dashes the
officials wero unablo to deoiphor to -night.
'1'horo is no "fourth" pa
ragraph in thn iusurgont state
ment aa furnished to tho press.
Lo.t VtVrk of Trnt Mhonr.
Manager Sol Uorliner has final
ly decided to take his vaudeville
show to Hilo. Tho Jast appear
ance at tho Big Tent will to
Saturday night. In order to givo
everybody a olianco for an even
ing a urst class amusement, xur.
Berliner will roduco prices to 10
and 15 ccuts for tho remaindor of
tho week. lloa and all the fiiio
artists will give their usual good
specialties After tho Hilo sea
son, Borliner will open ngain in
Honolulu on tue lot Ewu of tho
King street bridge
At Waterhouin' Grocery.
Today and tomorrow. Lougor
if thoy are not snapped up.
Dressed chickens, dressed geeso,
frozen oysters, aroain cheese in
foil. Jmt received bv tho Moauu.
You'll find them at Waturhouso's,
Wavorly block, Bothol Btreot.
useful and onna
RAILWAY PROJECT FOR HAWAII.
Scheme Now Under Active Prof
motion by Colonel Whyte
With Hilo the Starting Point, the Railway Will
Eventually Girdle the Big Island Ha
waiian Control of Ocean Trans
portation the Keystone
Railway development is forth
with to bo "xtoudod to tho island
of Hawaii "tho big island" of tho
group. A sohemo with strong
uamos bohiud it is already woll
Hilo is of conreo tho starting
point, as its port will bo tho main
focus of the system, which is like
ly in tinio to girdle tho island,
Tho enterprise is bound to groat
ly onhanco the rapidly growing
itriportanco of tho second oity of
Nothing very great will be at
tempted for tho start. Mr. Dill
ingham's method in extonding a
railway around Oahu will be tho
exsmplo followed. An objective
point at nn easy stage from Hilo
will bo selected for tho first sec
tion of tho railwoy. Tho suit
ability of such a point will be de
termined by careful calculation
When the first division thus de
marked lias been put intoBiiccoss
ful operation, a stake will bo
driven at a further objective
point settled by similar caluula
tinn a lo paying capacity. Aud
soon until overy impnitr.nt trade
couter around tho coast bhall be
Colonel Albert WbytoSis tho
chief promoter of tho outorprUo.
This is the reason for his resigna
tion from tho servico of the
British American Steamship
Lino. Ho has enlisted the cordi
al interest of such public-spirited
mori as L. A. Thurston, Henry
Waterno'iBo and M, r. Kobin&on
B. F. Dilliugliam has his bauds
too full of Oahu railway and auri-
culturol dovolopment to engage in
tho active promotion of tho Ha
waii sohomo. Yet tho Oahu rail
way king holds a consultative
capacity with tho promoters, aud
encourages their project with nil
his heart nnd soul.
A Bulletin reporter sought
Colonel Whyto this morning and
found him busking in nn easy
chair on the quatter deck of the
steamship Garonne. He was at
first reticent about saying much
about tho Rcheme at it present
Btago, but bi ! informed that it
had becomo u subject of common
iutelligouon he said:
"Xou may ay that I have ro
Hignod my connection with the
British Amoricau Steamship Co.
to promoto the Hawaii rail
way, although I shall still do all I
can to help the liuo. The two
really go togother.
"When 1 visited the island of
Hawaii I buw at a glance, in I
was enabled to do from my sixteen
yearB of oxponetico in the North
west, that tho keystone of Hawai
ian dovolopment wiih transporta
tion. "I concluded that tho matter of
transportation mtiBt ba controlled
right here by tbo people of those
is lauds. If the control rests in
Sau Frsncisco or nuy other out
side place, tho trado will jump
over our heads and we will only
get just whatuvor tho outsideiB
choose to give us.
"I want to see American steam
ers controlled by tho Hawaiian
people and I count mysulf from
henceforth ouo of them doiug
the transportation hetweon the
islands and tho mainland.
"Tho propoaed ruilvvuy,bringing
tho agricultural resources of the
island of Hawaii into intimate
connection with ocean traffic, is
part of the solution of the groat
"Yh, we mean to have a bottor
harbor at Hilo, and a better harbor
at Honolulu, too."
Cn'onel Whyto gavo nn in
stance, from thn present trip of
the Garonne, of how local inter
ests may bo sacrificed by outside
control of transportation. Thore
was a surplus of cargo for tho
steamer nt Seattle, and tho first
merchandise that camo handy was
loaded into tho Bteiimer. The ro
Bult was that sorao machinery
urgently needed for plantations
was left on the wharf.
Further developments iu tho
Hawaii railway schomo may be
expected to rapidly mature. Tho
matter is in earnest and onorgetio
HCIM1IA OIIOICIIH ClIANOKD.
Ordors from the Navy Depart
ment were received iu tho Amori
ca Maru, ordering tho Collior
Soindu bsck to San Francisco,but
that vessel will not be nblo to get
away for sovoral days yet because
the repairs romnin unfinished.
What is to bo dono rogardinc
th" Philadelphia, now on her way
to Samoa is not known.
ImnK-diatoly the orders jjamp to
Hip ftViudia, coaling operations
were stopped. Thore are now 17G0
Cuptaiu Eugene Wntson re
ceived ordors detaching him from
the Soiudia, this nt his own re
quest. Captain Wolls L. Eiold,
recent commHiidor of tho Justin
who onran iu the Coltio, is now
captain ot tlio ociutlia.
NEW OUPIICUM TltOUPK.
Jim Post arrived in tho Moana
this morning accompanied by
now talont for tho Orpheum
thentre. Thoao people como di
rect from a season at tho San
Francisco Orpheum, ond include,
Prof. Ed Martin and wifo with
troupo of trained dogs, Boyd and
Ora, eccentric commedians aud
trapozo nrtists, Miss Dora Mer
vyh, balladist, Misa Ida Franci?.
dancer. Post and Ashley will of
conrso be in tho company. The
Orpheum will open Saturday
night at tho former popular prices,
25 aud CO couts.
Pint CUm Cnullnjr Htntlon.
Washington, February 23.
lit ar Admiral Dewoy has inform
ed tho Navy Department that ho
has deposited 18,000 tone of coil
at Oavite, Mauila bay, niakiug
that point a first class coaling sta
tion for the use of Unitod States
ROYAl SARIN (1 PODIR CO..MW YORK.
INSURGENTS ARE CHECKED
Farther Efforts to Break Through Amer
Fires Started About Manila But City Is Quiet
Attack on McArthur's Brigade
Scandla Has Arrived.
New York, Feb. 23. --A cablo to
tho Sin from Matiila, dated Feb
ruary Ml, 1U:JLU a. m., says:
Thanks to tho effoctivo work of
tho police, the city was quiet last
night. Fivo hundred natives sus
pects wore nrroatod in tho after
noon, Sovernl blocks of native
hutB in the Dulumbayan district,
northeastward of tho businoss dis
trict, wore burned by our troops
to drivo out sharpshooters who
wcro concealed thcro.
There woro sovoro fighting
during tho night and morning on
Goneral McArthur's left, whore
tho insurgouts woro apparently
determined to break through tho
line. Twolvo of tho Montana
Regiment and seven of the Kao
bus Regiment wero wounded.
General King's brigade has not
brcn bothered since Thursday,
when they killed thirty-three, of
tho enemy. Tho road to Caloobau
is now completely cleared of in
surgents, who wero massed thero
A c ibto to tho Sun, dated Ma
nila, Feb. 23, -1:12 p. m., says: A
considerable body of insurgents
from Mnlabon, crossing tho
swamps ou Gonoral McArthur's
left, entoiod the oity to the north
of Tondo last niuht. Several com
pauiert of the Minnesota, Oregon
aud Montana Infantry regiments
advauod from tho city this moru-
ling and scattered them, killiug
many niteV hnrd fighting, Thei
uere a number of casualties ou
Iu the meautimo the enomy's
force outsido the city opened fire
on ueuornl AlcArtnurs iingndo
with art'llery, but thoy wero soon
silenced, the Monadnock aud
Utah Artillery shelling them out.
Lieutenant Eugono B. French of
tho First Montana and Pnv.ito
Oscar L. Filkor of tho First Da
kota Iufautry were killed aud two
of South Dakota's men were
Fires which woro started in
Santa Cruz, San Nicolas aud Ton
do districts last night with tho
plain object of destroying and
pillaging tho city woro evidently
tho work of tho native seciot mili
tia. Wheu tho firos began insur
cont buglo calls, with answoring
blasts, wero hoard, and sigunl
rockets woro soon to rise from
eoveral pointa where tho fires
were started. The burned com
prises an area of about ono square
mile, tho largest part of which is
Tondo, a native settlement com
posed mostly of Nipa huts. The
wind was blowing briskly and tho
flames spread rapidly.
The Fire Department was prao
tically powerloss to subdue the
flames by ordinnry methods, so
rapidly did tho fire spread, and it
was only by blowing up tho build
ings iu tho path of tho flames iu
San Nicolas district that their
further spreading in tho business
soction of tho oity was provouted
During tho progress of tho firo
insurgent sharpshooters on tho
outskirts of Tondo opntinued to
firo upon the Araericnus who
woro fighting the flamos. Several
natives wore killed by our men
and many othois were undoubted
ly burned to death, boiug penned
in by a cordon of American
guards. Tho remainder of the
objectionable part of Tondo was
burned by our troops today, thus
destroying tho hotbed of tho in
surgents of the oity. Several
hundred prisoners woro taken by
Tho tranBport Scandh, with tho
twentieth Infantry aboard arrivod
Tho Moana sails for tho .Colo
uies at 5:30 p m today.
(ii:.i:iti, sr.wM .oti:s.
Ofllo'als at Wa-hiugfon deny
lhat Germany his domanded tho
retirement of Chief Juetico Cham
bers of Samoa.
Friends of Secretnry Algor say '
ho will not resign.
Late despatches from Washing,
ton stato a compromise on the
Canal and Army bills has been
mndo that will prevent an oxtra
session of Congress.
Grover Clevoland is to make a
puhjio spefch iu N-w i'nrk March
2. It is H'ii I h is n cindi Into lor
l'residoutial honors iu HiUO.
'Til a Clnoil Thlnir.
Tho British American Steam
ehip Company is biddinir for San
Francisco passongor buaini'SB.
Henry Watorhouso and Company,
genornl asjonts for the line, on
uounco todity that they will sell
tickt-ts lo San Fraueico, via
Seattle or Toeouua, for 85. Pas
seugors Bro g'ven their preforonce
of traveling either by rail or
stoamor from the Souud to San
Francisco. The Gurintio, which
nrrived from the Coast yesterday,
will bo the tint vo-nel to loivo
under this now arrangement
Tho Garouuo suits on March G.
Alroady a uumber of passengers
aro booked. The member of tho
Jules Walters troupe, tbo Minnea
polis Times excursionist and a
number of Inlanders ao iucludod.
Din O'Onniirll Until,
San FranciBco, L'ebrunry 24.
Daniel O'Connell, boh.-miin, bou
vivant nnd literaleur, died yester
day at Iih homo in Suusilitn from
puoumoiiia, Hi- wis t ken ill in
this city last Friday, and, growing
worse, wna removed to his homo
ou Sunday. From that time he
li g 'red until '1 o'clocic y tiiday
afternoon, wheu f-.urroundol by
bis faurly, ho piM6ed quietly
away, llor leaves a widow as J
seven children. His son, Daniel
O'Connell Jr., is employed by the
Board of Harbor Commissioners.
Ami-rlciiti llFvntutlun lliiiulilnrf.
Wnshiiigton. February 23.
Mrs, Dmiel Miinuiiig wib t xlajr
re-elected preai I. nt geinr : of tho
Daucbtera of tho Amoiicm Revo
Ottawij, Out , February 23. At
a Cabinet meetiim hel I today it
was decided to summon Parlia
ment for March UJth.
Klpllnir Very III.
Rudyard Kipling the author is
dangerously ill with pneumonia
iu Now York.
Mrs. Brenig's cook wbs held up
by three masked men outside tho
Mist home, Nuuanu avenue, be
tween 10 aud 11 o'olock Tuesday
night Six dollars was taken and
tho oook badly beaten.
M. A. Pixoto, formerly of tho
Union Barber shop, has returned
and may be found at his chair in
tho Enrop-nn Shaving harbor,
k runt anpt ckiam or tartar powdir
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Arnlil Unking I'awilcr. rnntnlnlnft
nlum. 111.)' are lnjurlcnu to lienlth