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Yol. VI. No. UG4.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1899.
Pjhgb 5 Oknts.
THE KA1ULANI OBSEQUIES
NO TRAIN FROM KAHUKU
THE BRITISH AND SAMOA
KILLING THE CANAL
I , London, March 1. Tbe Romo
C5rro4pondent of tho Dnily'Nows
venytt: As a result of the illness of
the Pope, Intrigues have already
been bogun with regard to a pos
sible concluve and names of can
did it es nro in circulation. Tho
indications nro that tbe conclave,
should it bo called, soon, would bo
divided distinctly' iutq two fac
Tbe first is the, simply religious
faction supporting Fadro Gotti; a
barefoot Carmolilo monk from
Gonon. distinguished merely for
learning and piety, who would
' bavo a good chance of success.
' Tbe second faction, which fav
ors an extension of the political
power of tho Pone, has throe can
didates, Cardinal Bishop Luigi
( Oroglia di Santo Stufaua, dean of
f tho Be.cred collego and Uaraer
longo, of the Holy Roman Cath
olic Church; Oardiual Bishop Se
rafiua Vamutolli, Bishop of J?ras
cati and prefect of tho Congrega
tion of BiBbops and regulars, and
Cardinal Priest Mariano ltam
polla del Tindary, pontifical Sec
retary of StHte, Aroh-Priost of the
Yatiuau VaBalica and graud prior
iu H6me of the Sovereign 'Mili
tary order of St. Jqhn of Jeru
salem. All of these are intraosi
geants and thore is no possibility
of a foreigner boing olected Popo.
.liick.nn Ilrollirra AH
Polico Officer Nigel
has received favorable news of bis
two brothers in tho Philippines,
Servant Lionel Jickeon, 1st Cali
fornia, had recovered from fovor
and was fighting at tho front.
Private Sidney Jackson, Battery
K, 3rd Artillery, was well ovor the
effects of boing shot through tho
Ilripoct for L.'nl ll.r.chrl,
"Washington, March 1. Tho
United States Suprouie Court to
day adjourned upon the announce
ment of-Lord HeraphMl's death.
Staple and Fancy.
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
Minister Cooper and Major
Geo. 0. Poltor aro working on tho
order of procession for the fuuoral
of Princess Kaiulani on Suuday.
At noon they still nwnited answers
from difforent girta' schools.
This is a correct list of tho pall
boarers, which is a thoroughly
F. A. Schaefer, J. O. Carter,
Sam'l. Parker, T. Clive Davles,
F. M. Swanzy, Andrew Adams,
Geo. V. Macfarlane.A. B. Loebensteln,
J. V. Robertson, J. Hay Wodehouse,
Jas. H. Boyd.i Win. Haywood.
Friends continuod to visit Aina
ban iu a constant stream this
morning, although it is not an
official day of lying in state.
Earaehameha Girls School was
expected to go out in a body to
look at the face of the doar do-
parted friend of tho girls.
FIMPINOH AND 8PAMAHD.S.
New York, March 1. A dis
patch to tho Herald from Madrid
It is reported that Spain autho
rized Goneral Rios to offer tho
Philippine republic 8500,000 for
thoroleaeoof tho Spanish prison
ors. Tbe offer was indignantly
declined and tho ioaurgonts asked
General Pvios throatoned to ex
pose tho Philippine republic as a
lawless set of baudits whoso idea
of government is tho destruction
of lifo and property if they re
fused to uccopt bis condition for
the release of tho prisonors.
Sonor Flores and Senor Torres
convoyed Rios' message to Agui
naldo's govornmont. Tho reports
that tho rebels are offering to
treat for noaco are untrue.
About twenty English subjects,
including somo women and child
ron aro within tbe rebel lines
north of Manila. Nothing has
been board of thorn since Februa
useful and orna
TRADE INCREASE $4,000,000
Enormous Comparative Wealth of Ha
waii m Commerce.
What the Collector General of Customs Shows
for Last Year Dealings with United
States and Other Countries.
Imports for 1898...
Imports for 1897...
.1 1 1, 650,890 81
Increase ....$ 2,812,687 62
Exports for 1898 $ 17,346,744 79
Exports for 1891 16,021,775 '9
Increase ..$ 1,324,969 60
Total trade for 1898 $ 28,997,635 60
Total trade for 1897 24,859,978 28
Increase I 4,137,657 42
Balance of trade, or excess
of exports over Imports,
1898 f sfiKfltf 98
Per capita of total commerce
of the Hawaiian Islands
to population, estimated
at 125,000 $
Tho foregoing opitomo of Ha
waiian trade, excepting tho por
capita oatimnto, is derived from
tho Annual Report of tho Collect
or General of Customs to the Min
ieter of Finauco, 1898, just print
ed. For 1897 the aggregate com
merco was S228 a boad of the pop
ulation ns given by tho previous
year's caneus. Statistics lately
published gavo tbe foroign cora
morro per capita of Great Britain
hb $92; United States, $20.40; Gor
many, $10; Franco, $37.50. All of
which bears out tho statemont,
which went tho rounds of tho
prenB universal a few years ago,
that Hawaii bad tbe richest com
mercp of tho, worlds., in proportion
Following is a statement of the
value of imports and oxports, with
tho names of the couotries from
and to, respectively, for last year:
Countries. Imports Prom.
u. s. ..
$8,695,591 63 17,256,084 49
Germany.... 352.04 65
China 328,851 87
Australasia- 198,364 01
Cinada 283,383 40
Pacificist.... 7,292 12
Other Coun 99,636 33
According to these figures, wo
bought of the United States tho
valuo of $8,095,591.63, and sold
her tho value of 817,250,084 49.
That is, tho United States bought
about twice as much of Hawaii as
Hawaii bought of tbo United
On the other band, we bought
of all other countries the valuo of
$2,955,299.18 .iuoh more than a
quarter of the custom we
returned to our almost sole
customer while wo sold them
the paltry valuo of S9O.GG0 30, or
about tho ono hundred and nine
tieth partof our sales to the United
States. If tbo commodities for
which the United State was our
customer would load ono ship
every day but Sunday, those for
which all other countries had any
nso would load only ono ship
ovory 190 working days. "All
other countries," if wo depended
upon tbem for export trade, would
loavo our question of harbor and
wharves a very simplo one indeed,
There was an increase of im
ports from ovory country dealt
with, excepting countries unmeu
Honed by name which are massed
for a deoroaBo of $109,101.77. Tho
amounts set down below are
United States f 1,895,563 29
Great Britain 421.045 42
Germany 159,111 46
ylllira J,434 47
Japan . 62,008 64
Australia and New Zealand 75,931 42
Canada 224.708 48
Pacific Islands 1,428 08
trance 12,05s 23
Of exports tho total of increases
Continued, on Page 8,
Track Hear Wairaea Bridge Covered
With Rocks and Dirt.
Result of Heavy Rains In Country Last Night
A Hundred Men at Work No
Trains 0?er Extension Today.
In all probability, there will bo
no trains out to Kahuku this aftor
noon. Somo two hundred tons of
rock and dirt from tho side of the
cut on the other sido of the Wai
raea bridge, was washed down on
tbe track by tho extromoly heavy
rainB of last night and it will take
all of this afternoon and porhaps
longer, to reinovo this.
Ths 3:15 p. ra. train of yester
day left on time. Upon approach
ing Waimoa, at G o'clock, it was
found that the rain was coming
down in sbeots. Tho train waited
until 8:30 o'clock, the rain all (bo
whilo pouring down Bteadily. At
this hour, thore was a lull in tho
storm nd the train was ablo to
paes over tbo bridgo and continue
on its way tq Kahuku.
Soon after this, tho rain began
again and poured down steadily
for several hours. Tho road mas
ter stated this morning that ho
had seen heavy rains in Waimea,
but last night's was a record
broaker. Tbo stroams became
swollen end dirt was washed down
from t,ho sido of tho cut with tho
result given nbovo.
This morning, the Kahuku train
was of oiurso uuablo to got past
tho cut and was forced to remain
at that place. Learning of tho
daratge, Superintendent Donison
dospatohed a special train to Ewa
and Pearl City to bring up tbo
passengers. No train was sont to
Wairflaa bs thore woro buttery
few passengers at that placp. Lat
er on, superintendent JJonisou
went down tho road to personally
look into tho damago. A forco of
a hundred or more men who wero
at work putting tho finishing
touches on tho Kahuku extension,
aro now clearing tho dirt and
rocks from the track.
Professor Koobolo baa boon en
gaged of late in tho work of pre
serving catorpillars by moans of
tho drying process. This morn
ing, ho undortook to preservo a
centipede and succeeded most ad
mirably. Tho process is this.
Tbo insect is killed in a cyanido
bottle and is then spread out and
inflated with a dteadily flowing
current of air from a rubbor bag.
While this is going on tbe insect
is dried in a dryor furnished with
an alcouol lamp, xuo process is
vory interesting to watoh. Pre
served in tbis way, insects will
lftHt forovor unless disturbed by
Co. U Hltfli Jlnki.
Members of Company B, N. Q.
H., will hold a high jinks noxt
Tuojdny evening at tho drill shed.
Songs, reoitations, etc., will bo
givou and a general good timo
mfty bo anticipated.
mtai mmwa roDin co., ki vokk.
Correspondent of the London Graphic
Tells a Story.
Comment on Baron Buelow's Speech by
London Papers Times Advocates a Par
tition Among the Powers.
London, March 1. .Tho Daily
News, in an editorial on the
Samoan question, says: If Baron
Buelow would bo a littlo more ex
plicit tbero might bo a hotter
chance of doing business. Cer
tainly tbe prosent arrangement is
Tho Times, commenting editor
ially upon tho speech of Baron
von lluotow in tho Roichstag yes
terday, is inclined to think that a
partition of Samoa will provo tho
final solution of tho problem.
London, March 1. Tho Daily
urapuio puniisnos tuis morning
trom a oamoan correspondent a
story of rocont oventa there, attri
buting tho wbolo troublo to tho
attempts of Qormany to upset the
Borlin treaty and to seouro su
premaoy in tbo islands. Tbo cor
respondent e ays: a
The Ubrmans, long jealoas of
growing British influence, soizod
tho opportunity to broak faith.
Maliotoa'a party would undoubt
edly bavo been victorious if sup
plied with arms and ammunition
as tho uermanB supplied Mataafa.
but tbo British, loyal to tho treaty,
refused to supply eituor party."
The correspondent thon proceeds
to describo what ho calls tho
" Gorman plot to induco Jlutoafa's
forco of oUUO men to tako tho isl
ands by storm." Ho eaya on this
point: The Germans tiied their
utmost to mako tho natives attaok
tho British Consulate and tbe mis
sion uoubo wuero toe Uonsul was
giving refugo to British subjects
It was only respect aud fear for
tbo British flag that held the na
tivos back. Tbo Germans told tho
natives to kill all tbo English
missionaries and to swoop thn
"pigs of England" into tho sea
Tho looting was torriblo. Twenty
villages woro utterly wrecked, tbo
houses destroyed and tho villagers
rtrjrnUtlOn Ko It.c.ptacl. will not bn
IteiMty for Funeral.
It will take weeks to construct
a koa wood coffin liko tboso bith
orto used in tho burial of Hawai
ian aliis. Mr. Oleghorn has or
dorcd ono for the body of bia
daugbtor, but yet would not have
the funoral dolayod on that ac
count. Princess Kaiulani'a remains
will bo laid away Sunday iu a
beautiful white casket. E. A.
Williams tho undertaker had one
every way suitablo in stock. It is
technically called a fourfold drape,
sillc embossed pluau casket. les-
loous meoung in isssois aro leal-
urea, ami mo nu is raised in ear
cophaguB stylo. Tbero are no
mota)lio trimmingB'ttf any kind,
nothing to modify the ipuro white
Although in tho naturo of a
makeshift, this casket fitly roil
izes an idea of tho ouo whoso form
it will enclose Princess Kniu
lani had always thought that
white should prevail in butial of
the young. Hor body is not 10 bu
romovtd from tbe casket whou .bo
coffin shall bavo beon compiuttd.
Enclosed in a copper case herme
tically sealod it will remain in tho
casket, which will bo placed iu
sido tho coffin at tho mainnkuai.
Tho koa coffin will bo olabnniU-ly
and beautifully constructed iikn
tboso it is to lio beside, ami imvo
tho same stylo of uiuuu'.Lg in
cluding name plate.
River and Harbor Bill Sent to Conference
Committee Without Division In .the House
Burton Leads Opposition.
Washington, March 1. The
River and Harbor Committee of
tbo House has disagreed to all
Senate amendments to tho River
aud Harbor bill, including tho
Nicaragua canal amendment. Tbo
committeo uleo decidod to report
tho bill to tho House today and
under suspension of tho rules
movo non concurrence with tho
Sennto aud reference to. confer
Chairman Burton says the mo
tion to concur In Nicaragua canol
amendment in not permissible
under suspension of tho rules and
ho oxprcasps tho belief that all
elements will allow tho bill to go
Mr. Burton, chairman of the
Rivor and Harbor Committeo, has
moved non-concurrence iu tho
Senate, amendraouts to tbo River
and Harboi bill under suspension
of tbo rules.
Mr. Burton's motion prevailed
Nln. rtreov.rrtl Invlil From Itntim
VIiIk llaipllKl For Manila.
Serjeant R. M. Barr, 22nd U.S.
Infantry, who 6tayed over from
tbo Seandia on account of the ill
ness of his wife, embarked iu the
Roanoko for Manila. Yestorday
ho received nrdors to tako charge
of nino privato in Uuna Vista
hospital for-tho .voyugH and bavo
them on board tho transport at 9
o'clock this morning. Their
Eugouo Barrico, Horbert Huff,
8tf-phen Dodd, Paul Draeuer and
CharleB G. Tarbton of tho 22nd,
and Charles S. Owen, John G.
Ricbter, Arthur Andorsou and
Johu J. BreBcoe of the 20th
Mrs. Barr is not woll enough to
loavo with her husband, and
perhaps may roturu homo with
their infant son.
A goneral raoetiug of tbe Re
publicans of thiB city is called for
tonight to detormioe what aotion .
if any fhall bo taken to fill tho
Vice Presidency of the National
Ltaguo of Republican Clubs made
vacant by the withdrawal of Presi
dent Dolo. TIib moeting will be
held in the Chamber of Com
merce rooms and a full uttoudauce
of Republicans is oxpected.
Pollen Court Note
In tho Police Court this foro
110011, tho following cases wero
disposed of: Ah Hiug and Ah Ka,
paka pio, live days imprisonment
at hard labor; Ab'Hiug, opium in
possession, nollo pros; Imiola,
truanoy, reprimanded and dis
charged; Mekukala, profanity, $5
A PURE ORAM CntM Or TARTAR rOWOIR
Highest Honors, World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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