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HONOLULU, It. I., MONDAY, MAltOH 13, 1899.
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They Have Sailed from Hongkong in
Only Desultory Fighting in Manila Morgan
City and Tacoma Arrive In
Hongkong, Mirch 2. Tho
United States" Philippino Coinmis
Bion left bero ou board tbo U. S.
S. Baltimore tor Mauila.
SliPllinir 111 Imiiraent..
Now York, March 2. A dis
patch to thu Herald from Mauila,
Enjs: Tbo former Spauish gun
boat La Quntt de Unyo steamed
up tin river opposite Macatl this
morning and opened tire on tbo
insurants on tbe opposite side of
tbo river from Qon. Whenton'a
brigade. Sbe fired bar four pat
lines, two Nordonfoldts and ono
At first tbo insurgonts replied
with rifle fire but they could not
etaud boforo tbo hail from tbo
Callings. Tho engagement lasted
three quartern of nu hour and
then tbe insurgonts fcattored, but
us boi5u a9 tbe tiuclad withdrew,
tho insurgents returnod nnd ngnin
oponoJ a slow and anuoying firo
nciiB-i the river.
, M"riM Cltyanil TkcOiiui Arrive.
Wmhiiicton, Mnrch 2. Tho
"War D putment today received
tlii following dispatch from Gen
eral Otii nt Manila, dated today:
"Tho Morgan Ojty arrived this
morning, passengers good health.
No dot.tbs. The Tacoma arrived
yostorday; animals in excellent
condition, no loss."
Mia. Clark'. Iti'lurn.
Mips Andrao Clark, modiste,
with B. P. Eblers & Co., will re
turn on tbo S. S. Australia, pre
pared to furnish hor pa"ns with
tho vory latest Parisian ideas.
Staple and Fancy,
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
v cheapest, quality consid
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
v Established 1851
More Troops for Mnntln. k
Washington, Mar. 2. The Se
cretary of War has just ordered the
reinforcement of General Otis by
six regiments. These are the sixth
Artillery, now at San Antonio; the
Sixth Infantry, scattered along the
Atlantic const stations; the Ninth
Infantry at Madison Barracks;
Thirteenth Infantry In New York
state; Twenty-first Infantry at
Plattsburg, N. Y. and the Sixteenth
Infantry at Fort Crook and neigh
boring posts In the middle West.
These regiments have been ordered
to maJte reid'y to proceed to San
Francisco and thence to Manila.
TJtANSPOUT HIIKmiAN'H T1UP.
Washington, March 3. Tho
troop transport Sborman carrying
tho entiro Third Infantry of
regulars and ono battalion of tbe
Seventeenth Infantry has arrived
at Forim, en routo to Manila,
with re enforcements. Porira is on
the Egyptian sido of tho Bod Sea
just above the southern outlot
uud ib a British naval station.
Tbe Sherman will make her
next stop in all probability, at
Colombo, Coylon and should
reach Manila about March 15th.
She- is out footing tho Grant,
which precedod hor, by two
LOUD IIICIlNl.'lllCL'N PLACK.
Washington, March 2 It is
said nt the State Department that
tbe death of Lord Horsoholl, who
wns a member of the arbitration
commission on the Venezuelan
boundary, will not undo what has
beon douo toward n settlement of
that important question.
Tbo goneral praotico in caso of
tho death of one of tho commis-
sioners is to appoint a successor
in exact accordance with tho terras I
under which tbo original appoint
mout was made and tho British
Government doubtless will ap
point hia successor at an early
useful and orna
LAID ROYALLY TO REST
Funeral ot Her Lite
Impressive Church Services Imposing Proces
sion to the Tomb Vast Concourse ot
People Throng the Route.
Elemcntalcondition8of the pre
ceding night and morning were
threatening enough for a compell
ed postponement of tbo funeral of
tho late Princess Kaiulani yester
day. Ab the foronoon wore away,
however, so did the ill portents of
storm. By noon it was ovidont that
sunshine would prevail for tho rest
of the day, although murky condi
tions wore apparont about tho hori
zon as if only holding aloof by re
straint. For hours before two o'clook, tho
time appointed for the last sad
rites to begin, peoplo from nil parts
of tho town wcro flocking about Kb
waiabno church. As tho minutes
crept along, tho borders of the as
sembly ground for tho procession
became moro and moro thronged
with people. Tho populaco was at
tbo Barao timetin large proportions,
disposing itsolf along the entire
routo of procession from ohurob to
When tho doors of tho edifico
wore oponod, shortly after ono
o'clock, tho seats available to tho
general public were quickly tillod.
Only tho best of manngomont pre
vented the forcible occupation of
tho whole interior, including oven
tho seats reserved for tbo otlicial
list invited to tbe funeral. A sou-
thiol of Co. G, N. G. H., sovoral
policemen and an efficient corps
of ushore did their duty well. Thu
ushers wore: J 0 Carter Jr, E
DowKott, Christian Oonradt, Lion
el Hart, Ed Stiles, Jus Spencer,
Geo E Smithies, Carl Widomann
and Jas W L McGnire.
Tho position of tbo bier and the
decorations have been dosoribod in
11 previous issue. Many floral em
blems of great richnosB had, how
ever, beon added during tho morn
ing. 0 tlio riglit ot tuo bier wore
seated tho chief mourners: Hon A
S Cleghorn, father of tho dead
princes; on eitbor Bide of him
Mrs J W Robertson and Mrs J H
Boyd, and in tbo samo pow Prince
David Kawanunakoa and Prince
Kalaniannolo and wifo; in tho
second pew, J H Boyd, J W
Robertson, .Miss Elsie Robertson,
Hon Samuel Parker, Miss Helen
Parker, P J Wood aud wifo, MrB
St D G Walters aud Miss K Vida.
To tho loft of tbe bior wera:
President Dole, attended by Col
Sopor his aide, Mrs Dole, Mrs
Cooper, Minimcr aud Mrs .1 A
King, Minibter and Mrs S M
Damon, Attorney Goneial W 0
Smith, U S Special Ag-mt H M
Sew all, Ohiof Justice aud MrB A
F Judd, Justice W A Whiting,
JudgeB Antonio Perry, W L
Stanley aud J W Kalua, United
States army and navy otlioers,
President W 0 Wildor of the
Sonuto and Speaker J L Knulu
kon of the Houso of It-preservatives
Pacing the pulpit behind the
hoad of the bior was tho consular
corps and ladies, oampriaiug:
Pormor acting British Commis
sioner Kenny, British Consul
Hoare, German Consul J P Hack
fold, Chinese Consul Wai
Yang Pin and Vice Consuls Goo
Kim and Wong Quni, Fortuguooo
Consul Canavarro, Fro nob Consul
Pillio, Danish Consul F W Mao
rarlauu and wifo, Spanish and
Moxican Consul H lienjos and.
wife, Swedish Consul H W
Sobmidt, US Vice Consul Gonoral
W Porter Boyd, Chilian Consul
H Fooko and wife, Japanese Con
Throughout the largo congrega
tion wero many representative
citizens, including: Henry Water
bouse, J B Athorton, W N Arm
strong, 0 M Cooke, F M Hatoh
nd wifo, Cecil Brown and wife,
Mrs J OCartor and Misses Cartor,L
A Thurston and wifo, Hov J Tira-
oteo, Mrs M0 Widdifield, Mrs
Harry Lowis, Mrs Mackintosh,
Miss Mary Von Holt, Goorgo 0
Beckley and wifo, the Mioses Kit
chen, Mrs Brounan, Mrs E D
Tonnoy, Mrs Georgo lierbort,
Mrs LI G Noonnn, Mrs Irono
Ii Brown, T G Thrum and
wife, Mies Thrum, John Lucas
and wifo, Mrs F M Swnnzy, W 0
Sproull, J G Sponcor, Mrs Wm
Haywood, Dr T 0 Carmiehaol,
John Nott and wifo, Paul Do In
Vorguo and wife, Dofinld Hose,
Samuel Woods, L M VoMoen nnj
wife, Prod II Hayselden, Walter
Hajsnldnn, Mis Ella Stniisbury,
Mark 1' iiooiiisnu, J0I111 J'.. mi ami
wife, Rev Wm Morris Kiucaid, T
F Lansing nnd wifo, Bev Hiram
Bingham Jr,A T Akinon and W
0 Aohi, Mrs Arthur Brown, J A
Konuedv aud wifo, F J Testa, Mr
Hall of Kamnhnmoha faculty, Bov
W A Gnrdnor, Judge nnd Mrs
Luther Wilcox, Bev O P Emor
bod, E P Bishop and Mrs Bishop,
0 H Bishop of Lthue, Profoseor
W D AleXHndor, L L McUandlos,
Charles Creighton and Mrs
Creighton, Judge 0 F Hart and
wife, F K Archer, Dr F L Minor,
Dr Walters, Oapt J N Tripp and
wife, E Piukham, Johu A Cum
mins, Lylo A Dickey, Bev G L
Pearxon, Bev J Loadingham, Mr
and Mrs B Lishman, Mr and Mrs
W Lishman, Hon P 11 Isonberg,
F B McStocker and wifo, W
Horaco Wright, oto.
At fivo minutes after two tho
procession of otliciatitigclergymon
ontorecl, led hy Mr. 1'itss carrying!
tlio episcopal crns4. iNoxtcaine tuo
St. Andrew's cathodral surpliced
choir of boys. Then tbo clergy,
in tbia order: Rov Kong Yin Tot,
Rev Johu Uaborno, Rhv J FLine,
Rav AlexMrtckintosh, Dr E Spooo
er, of Austmliii; Rev V H Kitcat,
chaplain to tho Bishop of Hono
lulu; Bev E J H Van Deerlin,
chaplain to the Bistion of North
ern California, and Rt Rv Alfred
WiIHh, DD, Bishop of Honolulu.
trior to tbo arrivul of the uloruy,
Wray Taylor, orani.t of St. An
drew's cathedral, had ployed pre
ludes of solemn music. Now tbe
order of services was otioned by
his playinc tho "In Memoriam,"
composed by uim for tbe funeral
of Princoss Likoliko in 1887. Tbe
choir loft wns occupied by tbo
surpliced choir and tho choirs of
Kawaiabao church and St. An
Tho services woro conducted
with Blow and stately soloinnity.
Both tho chanting of tbo 39th
psalm nnd tbe singing of tho hy
mn, ''Safely, Safely, Gathered In,"
by tbo boys woro beautifully
done. Kawaiabao church choir's
singing of the hymn in Hawaiian
"Brief lifo is hero our portion,"
nnd that of tbo 'ril Psalm by tbo
choristers of St. Aodrow's Priory
woro vory swoet performances.
ltov. a. a. Parker, tbo voocra
bio pastor of Kawaiabao church,
delivered a feeling address in Ha
waiiau. Ho skotob tbo boautiful
but brief career of tha dead prin
cess, and pointed his boarors to
the bright boyond where tho sor
rows of earth will bo forgotten.
Aftor tbe servicos had cloacd
with tho benediction pronounced
by tbo Bishop, Mm. Goo. W.
Maofitrlane sang "Angels Evor
Bright and Fair," ono of Handel's
finest gems, with tho full powor
of hor talont and tho evident
sympathy of her heart. Itr Is
probably rare that a groat vocal-
Made from most highly re
fined grape cream of tartar.
Makes pure, delicious,
ist has tho call to eing nt tho bier
of a near nnd clear friend as on
this occasion. Tho effoct will not
eoon bo forgotton. Pow eyes of
the boarors did not moisten.
First tbe singers nnd then the
clorgy, of the participants, slowly
filed out of tbo church. Then it
took about a quarter of an hour
for the burial p'irty to complete
arraugoments for carrying out the
boJy. It wns 3:18 when two yel
low kahilis, borne in front of tbo
pall bearors, nppcurcd through
the main outor doorway. Thyti
tho bell tolled, miunto gunB
sounded from tho summit of
nnd the order to
inarch passed down thu lino of
tbo escort. Following is 11 detail
of tho cortego.
Two mouuted patrolmen as
pioneers, followed by Marshal A.
M. Brown, supported on either
sido by Deputy Marshal H. B
Hitchcock and Senior Captuiu
Robert Parker, mounted aud in
Tho Mounted Patrol about 20
strong, followed by tho Foot
Police, 35 in number.
St. .Louis College band, 2G
pieces, led by Brotbor Frauds,
followed by St. Louis college
pupils numbering 72, bo-ides tbe
Brothers in charge.
Onbu Col logo faculty and stu
dents, aud pupils of I'unahou Pro
paratory, conducted by Principal
F. A. Hosmer, in number 32.
Kamehamoha Manual, MO pup
ils; Preparatory, 70, and Kamoba
meha Girls' School, 70; teachers,
Kamohamcha School's band, 18
Uniform Rank, K. of P., com
manded by Cnpt. Sir Knight E
Mombora Anoient Order of For
esters, led by Thos Lindsay, J P
DinB, C B, and A H R Vieira, P
O R, 31.
I Portugese Socioties of Siiut An
tonio and Lusitana, J P Rodri
gues and V O Teixoira, tbo presi
dents respectively, with banners
drapod, in all 1G0.
The Hui Kalaiaina, tho Kalei
o Hawaii, tho Aloha Aina and
tho Aloli3 Aina ' o na Wnhioo,
nativo patriotic societies, preceded
by n crown of groen and yellow
draped in crapo borno by two
womon, numbering about 50 men
aud 25U womon, total 300.
Tbo Concordia band, 24 pieces,
conducted by Fathor Valentin.
U S Enginoers Battalion, com
manded by Major Laugfilt with
Adjutant Coolidgo. Co L, Cap
tain Bickon; Co I, Captain Dm
per; Co M, Captain Freeman; Co
K, Captain Spnneott. Strength,
U S Transport Scindia uomp.i
ny bluejackets, commanded by
Liaut Safford, 3G men.
United States Army wngous
containing Col Rublen, of the
quartermaster Dopartmeut, Major
Putdy. Paymaster Cantain Lvdic.
of tho Commissary Department:
Cnpt W L Field. Obiof Engineer
J H Rowon, Assistant Paymaster
u w i'enroBo, Burgeon 1 M Fur
long, Cadot D O Horner, of tho
Sciudia; Ensigns B B Biorer aud
G F P Stone, of tho Iroquois.
National Guard of Hawaii, Lt
Uol j w Jones, commanding.
Staff oflicors on foot: Oapta J
Schaofor.'O B Coooor fburaoon')
Gartonborg and W G Ashley;
non-commissioned Capts W E
Wall, Rumsoy, Stackablo aud
Elvin. Drum corps, W O King,
loador. r Major O J McCarthy,
commanding First Battalion, with
Capt Louis Konako, acting adju
tant; Co O, Oapt Camara; Co H,
Capt Murray; Co D, Oapt Borg-
strom; Oo A, Capt Smith, headed
by silk flag. Major O W Zeigler,
commanding Second Battalion,
with C M V Forstor, as Adjutant,
an Oapt Raymond, surgeon; Co
B, Oapt Potrie, Oo P, Capt Ludu
wig; Oo G, Oapt Cbas Wilcoi.
Total strength, about 300.
Dra F L Miner and St D G
Protestant Clergy: Rov W M
Kincaid, Rov Hiram Bingbnm Jr,
Rev G L Poarson, Rev W A
Garduor, Rev B L Howo, R J
Londiugbam, Rev O H Git'(i'-
Continued on Page I,
ARMY BILL HAS PASSED
This Goes the Hope
Cullora Makes Some Remarks About Hawaii-No
Prospect of Any Legislation
Relating to These Islands.
Washington, Mareli t Thq
last lingeriug possibility of an
extra session of Oongrois dia-,
appeared today when tbe House
pasied tbo Sona'o Army reorgani
zation bill. Very considoiablo
and vigorous oppoitiou to tho ac
ceptance of tho Seuato bill waB
voiced on both sides of tho hall,
and for a tima it appeared pos
siblo thit tho bill woul I tut so-
tbo necessary two-thirds lo
it under suspension of tbo
But tb R-fpublicuu leaders
Henderson, Grosvenor and Can
non, cmuo to itssuppiit ou tbo
Republican sido, aud Builey, tbo
Democratic loader, threw tho
weight of his iufluonco iu favor of
it ou the Domoorrttio Bide, argu
ing that it provided for only a
tompornry increase of tho Army,
wbiob would bo made pormanout
if Congress woro couveuod in
Another big element iu tho
vole was Hull's recital of a state
ment mido by tbo President to
bim tnat ho would not conatruo
eoction 12 as authority to con
script tho minority iu volunteer
organisations which should elect
to romaiu in the service. The bill
passed, 203 to 32. It now goes
to tbo President.
Washington, March 1. In tho
Sennto today, Cullom of Illinois,
mombor of the Hawaiian Com
mission, nddresscd tho Seuato
briefly upon the bill creating a
foim of Government for the Terri
tory of Hawaii. Perkins inquired
whether any provision existed re
garding tbe alien contract laws
npplicablo to tho states nnd torn
tones of tbo Uuited Stiles.
"Nonp whatever," replied Cul
lom. "UuIojb wo take notion before
tho oloso of tbo present nessiou,"
miggested Perkins, "as many con
tract laborers as dosirod may bo
imported into Hawnii."
"Doubtless that is true," re
plied Cullom. Cullom dUcuasod
at length tho acquisition of terri
toaynt various times. In thh, con
nection he referred to Hoar as a
"gentlo ocho of tho anti-imperial-Ibis
of former days."
KIPL.I.NU HTKADILY IMPUOVlNO.
New York, Match 2. Tbe fol
lowing hullotin was isBuod at 2 p.
in. : Mr. Kipling has made satis
factory progress. He has but
Blight feor; is comfnrtablo though
weak and roaolutiou is taking
place in tho affected portion of tho
E. O. Janewav,
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