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Vol. VI. No. 1100.
HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, MAHOH 4, 1899.
PniOB 5 Cents-'
ENTHUSIASM FOR GOMEZ,
New York, Fob. 21 A dis
patch to tho Herald from Havana
bujb: At Buona Vista, tho train
on whicli Maximo Gomez was
trawling stopped long enough
forGomez aod Loe to shake hands.
Ah it Btarted tho American sol
dior wore choering Gomez, while
frun tho curs hundreds wore
shouting "vivas" for Loo.
Ah Gomez eteppod from tho
trnin at Marianno he was pelted
with roes and lHurel wreaths un
til ho criod for morcy. It re
quired half au hour for tho in
surgent troopa to oxtricate thoir
chief from tho crowd, which wa9
mad with enthusiasm. Tlion ho
was escorted by the Cuban and
American troops to tho rosidouco
which had been prepared and
whero ho dined with Loe.
Tho now instruments for tho
ueo o the Hawaiian band are now
on exhibition in tho window of
iWgslrom's Music storo. This
firm were tho successful tenders
for lb" pupply of theso goodsata
cot of $1705. It is probable that
Prof. Brgcrwill not give Bn exhi
bition of their quality previous to
Suuday next, but due notice will
bo given in those columns so that
the public may attend the ovening.
Geo. D. Gear and A. S. Hum
phrey, altorneys, havo dissolved
partnoiulup. Mr. Gear will take
an. ollico in the Judd building,
while Mr. Humphreys will remain
whero ho if.
Ti'iwtfruiililcil Union I.nliel.
Washington, Feb. 24. Repre
sentative Grosvenor of Ohio has
introduced a bill directing that
Government publication' shall
bear tho imprint of tli" interna
tional typographical uni u.
Staple and Fancy.
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
1IUW ANDHKK WAd KOUNI1.
Now York, Feb. 24. A dis
patch to tho World from Borlin
oaj-B: i'uo following letter wmcn
may havo started tho recent re
port in regard to tho supposed
finding of Andreo is published in
tho Siberian Advertisor.lt is from
a well-known sportsman named
"I hasten to inform you that
And roe's balloon has been found
"I was running on snowBhoes
after elk in the primeval forest of
South Yenisei and camo across
tracks or Androo It was 3C0
versts (231 miles) from Enasnoiars
and 100 vorsts (G7 miles) from tho
gold washings in Sanvinich, down
in tiio pit of tho rivor.
"The balloon and ropos wore
torn and three bodies lay at its
side, ono with a broken skull.
"Please preparo assistance so
the balloon aud bodies can bo
brought to tho washings at San
vinicb, which can only be done
by means of snowshoes.
"1 guaranteo tuo truth ot tuese
facts and shall soon bo in Tomsk."
The show opens this evoning
with Jim Tost a now company
among the attractions will bo
Dora Mervyn tho Oalifornian
Nightingalo,Boyd and Oroacroba
tio comedians, Ida Francis dan
cer and Edmund Martin's trained
docs. These canine wondors will
givo a performance that almost
ranks them as human in tboir in
telligonco and are alone worth the
charge of admission, 25 and 50
Curlivrluht lloint-steMt Hold,
The beautiful Cartwright homo
stead at tho intersection of Ala
ken, Union and Beretania streets,
now o:oupied by Dr. Murray, has
been sold to Dr. Rayjnond for the
sum of 812,000. The sulo was
completed yostordoy. The price
ib considered by property holders
of tho vicinity to bo very low. Dr.
Raymond will soon movo into his
useful and orna
DEMAND WAS PREPOSTEROUS
Sir Charles Tapper of tbe
Alaskan Boundary Maters Makes Him Angry
Astonished at Action of Canadian
Toronto (Out.), Doc. 21. At a
conservative mooting here Sir
Charles Tupper, loader of tho
parliamentary opposition, de
nounced as shameful the terms
offered by tho United States in
settlement of tho Alaskan bound
"And this," indignantly ex
claimed Sir Charles, "aftor win
ning in a struggle which but for
Britain's aid, might havo had no
such glorious ond. The United
States has takon a position sho
should bo ashamed to assume A
moro monstrous insult was nevor
tlung in tho faco of tho commis
sioners. I am astonished that
men liko Lord Herschol and Sir
Wilfrid Laurior continuod tho
negotiations asinglo momont aftor
that proposition was mado.
"As a representative of Hor
Majesty's loyal opposition, I ou
ter my solemn protest against
the proceeding. Tlio American
demand is preposterous in tho ex-
trome. iuey Bay in effect that
tho troaty will bo overridden and
hold the liuo of communication
that thoy may plunder the British
Yukon for tho next twenty or
Generally, Sir Charles contend
ed that Canada should ounce lawB
in reference to alion labor, mining
laws, etc., exactly similar to those
eunctod by the United States;
that whenever tho United States
passed any statute of this kind
Canada should plnce its counter
part on her statuto books.
V. N. . CELTIC.
.HomeOiIni; of Ilia Prorltlnna Nil llai
No ono would porkaps bolievo
that tho rofrigorator ship Celtic
carries enough provisions in hor
hold to supply GOOO men for a
year. Here is a part of what sho
has aboard: 300,000 pounds of
fresh beef, 00,000 pounds of mut
ton, together with tarkoys, chick
oIb, etc. An enormous amount of
freah fruit and vegetablos, 250
tons of ammunition and $200,000
worth of clothing for tho boys of
Undo Sam's nary, is also being
taken to Manila in the Celtic.
The cold air machines aboard
keep tho proviei in m good bIihiio
and the GU0 toun of ico taken
in New York, intact. In faot, ice
taken on at New Y rk whs bought
for less money than it. could bo
manufactured for aboard the ship.
There is no donbt as to the lie
censity of tho Celtio, particularly
in Manila, whero provisions must
noeds be scarco just now od ac
count of the hostility of tho Fili
pinoB toward tho AmoriouiH. Her
urrival a) Manila will undoubted
ly bo greotfd with oheera by tho
boys of Uncle Sam's uovy.
When tho Coltio wbb in San
Francisco Lord Charles Beresford
went aboard and, after going ovor
the ship, exclaimed that tho Unit
ed States was far ahead of Eug
land in tho matter of furnishing
provisions to her vessels of war.
Tho Celtio may cot away tomor
row but of course, that all deponds
on now fust tuo coal is put aboard
today. When sho cots on hor
way, sho will niako all speed
otraigut to Manila.
The House Committeo of tho
Oflicers Club gave a vory ploas
ant musical oveuiug to visiting
officers aud friends last night.
Vibitiug theatrical pooplo wore
prominent iu making tho im
promptu program a most enjoy
UNDER AMERICAN GUNS
Nicaragua Revolutionists Deliver
Rebel Officer Runs OH With Custom House
Funds-Good Work of marietta's
New OrloanB, Fob. 21. Tho
steamship Sundal has arrived
from BluoQelds whoro sho wbuld
havo been seized last Saturday by
General Itoyes wore it not for tho
action of Captain Simmonds, cora,
mandor of the United States gun
Reconlly Iteyes despatched a
small forco to seize S 10,000 in tho
custom houso at Capo Graoias.
Tho expedition was eminently
successful but tholeador instead of
returning his men to join ltoycs
deserted his command aud escaped
up the Coast. Gon. Reyes learned
of his subordinate's desertion Sat
urday last and gavo notice of his
intention of seizing the Sundal to
Tho captain oHboSundal,which
flios the Norwegian Hag, appealed
to tho British man-of-war Intrepid
for protection, which was refused.
Ho then oppealod to tho Mariotta
and Capt. SimmQnds gavo nolico
ho would tolerate no interferons
with tho ship. The Sundal loft
that night for this port. Tho cap
tain of. tuo ounual says that when
he loft Bluefields, Gon. Reyes was
preparing for an expedition
against Greytown with most of his
army on the gunboat San Jacinto.
Tho Nicaraguan consul here has
rocoived a mossago from President
Zolaya dirooting that he issue no
more cloarauces for vesnols bound
for Nicaraguan ports. It is pro
sumod that tho objeotof this order
is to prevent any nssistiuco that
might bo sent Reyes from this
was o.v tiii: jmini!.
o. it. iuarm, cuiet onginoer
aboard tho Cettic, was an assistant
engineer on the Maine when sho
was blown up in tho harbor of
Havana. Mr. Morris wont from
tho Maine to tho crack speed
cruiser Columbia, 8000 tons. From
thero bo went to tho Iowa and
then to the Coltio.
Camera Club Lecture
Ono of tiiia ovoning's attractions
is the illustrated lecture by Prof.
Scott in tho Y. M. C. A. hall
Tho subjoot is "Picturesque
Japan" and thero is no ono
in .Honolulu bo compotont to
npoak on tho land of tho Mikado.
Mr. Hederaann'H ability in tho
lino of stereoptican views is well
known. Pooplo of Honolulu
would do woll to attend tho
Tnoso interested in Diblo truth
are invited to attond tho looturo of
Lldor U. W. Groono in Mililani
Hall Sunday oveninL' at 7:30
Subject: "Theso SignB will fol-.
low them that Bolievo."
Powder to be
er and better
than any other
hOYAL BAKINd fOWDKR CO , hi W YORK.
TO USE CITY OF COLUMBIA
Saving Cargo aod Materials of
the Edward O'Brien.
Russell Colegrove the Contractor For Salvage
Star of France Rcfilstry Other"
Judgo Stanloy lies granted a
divorco to Ealna N. T. Harrison
against Goo. V. K. Harrison on
the grounds of cruelty and non
support. W. A. Uonshall for
At 11:50 Judgo Stanley adjourn
ed Circuit Court term siuodio.
William Hoopor, garnishee in
the assumpsit suit of J. Todd vs.
Jas. Hoopor Davis, has made an
swer to tho summons, saying that
when it was served ho had not
any of tho goods or effects of
Davis in his hands, as that defen
dant hud already disposed of all
his interest in the ostato of Unas.
Petitioner in tho bill to declare
a trust, of F. L. Dortoh vs. A. V.
Gear, has filed a motion to sot a
Tho Star of Franco ship registry
case is getting no rest. Tho peti
tioner for mandamus, Lincoln D.
Spoucor, has filed a motion to
quash Collector General McStoo-
lAsn n -i A mat a iiIaa n mAMnti 4n
leer's answer, aleo a motion
quash plea in nbatement.
For want of consent of tho pur
chaser to hear the matter in vaca
tion, tho opposition to confirma
tion of tho sale of the stoimnr
City of Columbia cannot bo henrd
until tho March term of the
Supremo Court, opening on thu
Russoll Colegrovo by his attor
ney, E. A Mott-Smitb, presented
a motion boforo Judgo Perry this
morning, for an order allowing
him to ueo tho eteamor City of
Columbia for saving tho cargo of
coal and materials of tbe wrecked
ship Edward O'Brien. A contract
with tho owners was exhibited,
whereby Mr. Colegrovo is to re
ceive dd.bU a ton tor tue coal de
livered on tho wharf and fifty per
cent of the value of all othor ma
terials and of tho vessel horsolf if
Bavod. The petitioner offers a
bond that ho will not remove tho
steamer from the jurisdiction of
tho court, and promises to pay
$1000 into court within a week
after beginning operations on ac
count of the amount offered for
her use. This amount is oue-
quarter of all receipts under tho
contract np to $10,000, and 10 por
cont upon all receipts abovo Biiid
amount, the money to bo paid in
to court for the bonofit of whom it
may concorn. Judgo Perry fixed
the amount of bond at $l0,U00,and
was willing to sign an oidor if
counsel for tho differont parties
WIIUELKR'S 8KVT IN CONaltKBH.
Washington, Feb. 25. Repro
Bontativo Parker of Now Jersey
and Do Ar'mond of Missouri, have
submitted minority reports from
tho Houso Judiciary committee
on the resolution unseating Geu
erol "Wheolor and othor members
holding army commissions. Mr
Parker declares that the conbtitn
tion ought to bo enforced in a sen
siblo, liberal and practical way
and in no technical spirit.
Ho contends that it is for tho
House and not a committee to do
cide whether a patriotic military
service not inconsistent with legis
lative duty should bo branded to
bo the forefoituro of membership
in tho Houbq. Mr. Do Armoud
maintains that thero should be
distinction between members
holding civil and military posi
Officers Kauln-a and Knili
havo boon dotailed for Bpocial
duty at Matoriiily Homo this
aftornoon. Mounted patroltnnn
will bo dotailod there this evening.
THE J, J, EGAN, LTD.
Arrangement has linen mado
for tho dry goods business of
J. J. Egan to he purchased by a
corporation, under name nf "The
J. J. Egan, Lt'd." Articles ot
incorporation havo been filed with
the Interior Department. The
incorporators are E. C. Hobron,
J. M. Whitney. J. H. Fisher, J.
J. Egan and II T. Marh. The
capital stock of 8100,000 is fully
subscribed by a number of share
holder?,, tlln lnrnn.it Itninn Mm !..-
, . .....,, ,..u in
corporators, a trustee for G. M.
m uuuey oi oouiu li ami urn , nuu
J. W. Mason and T. J. Hifunnn
Mr. Egan will continue with
tho now company after it suc
ceeds to his business and intends
visiting tho Eastern cities in tbe
interest of the company within tho
next GO dnys. ,-
roi.in: rouitT notiw.
Hallo, Charjtril With lUpe, Itreerrei Ilia
Tho session of tho Police Court
this morning lasted but a half an
hour and yet during that lime,
thero was a lot of work done.
Goro Haizo alias Saito, appear
ed boforo Judgo Wilcox on the
charge of rapo. Attnrnoy li rooks,
who appeared for tho defendant,
asked that tho plea bo reserved
uutil Monday morning. Grautod.
Saito appeared to bo in a very
dejected mood. While th charge
was boinb' read, ho hung his head
and never looked ouco at Judge
Robert Palau, charged with
naving cue if UuUutu iu poseed-'
sion, asked to tosorve his plea
uotil Monday morning. Granted.
YouOhin, charged with cruelty
to animals, pleaded not guiliy.
H. Gibson, President Dole's
night watchman, stated that ho
hd arrested tho Chinaman in
Aaln. Tho fellow was boniiug an
uutraiuod horse over tho head
with n stick when ho caught sight
of him. Tho animal wa finally
Naia, tho native horso trainer,
stated that ho whs in tho brako
and that tho Chiuamau only
whipped the horso across tho frout
log with a rope.
Dofeudant was found guilty
and fined S5 aud costs. . Judge
Wilcox then called Naio aud
lectured him for beating horses
and sIbo for training them in the
John Javu, truant, was told to
go home aud sin no more.
Harry Richards whoso narao
for tho last ten years has beon a
familiar ono in tho Australian
Coloni-s as proprietor of Vaude
ville shows, loft by tho S. S. Ala
meda for the CosbI after a brief
stay in Honolulu. It is Mr.
Richards iutention to return with
avorioty company nnd opon a two
weeks season at tho Opera Houso
after which ho will proceed to
Sydney with the troupe. Mr.
Uichards has opened negotiations
with the popular Hawaiian Quar
tette with a viow to their joining
him to appear in the Colonies
possibly later at Paris during tho
exhibition of 1900.
A PURt CKAPC CRCAM Or TRTR POWDCR
Highest Honors, World's Pair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Atnlil linking I'nuilera containing
aluui. Thcjr are Injurlou to lionlth
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