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HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, APEIL 18, 1899.
Piuoia 5 Oents.
wr'jwv; i f anBRjr; -30 jw a, - v
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HAS NO DEED TO DELIYER
In the oaso namod below, de
fendant Ash ford has mado austvor
in I ho form of a letter to Henry
Haiitli, olerk, tbns: "In Hie cbbo
of Ah Mi vs. James Asford and
A. V. Maroial, nu ordor of tho
ourt command me to baud ovor
to you n deed and a mortgnuo of
certain lauds in Wailuku, Maui.
An to r tho deed I can ay thoro is
no snob deed in existence, nud as
to the mor'gage, if suoh nu iu-
over extstea, J. uavo not I
B"on It. Wita due ueforenc.Q lo
the court, I cannot comply with
Judgo Porry ovorruled tho
demurrer in Hornvs Gear, grant
ing tbo dofendnut ten days to an
swer. Robertson & Wilder for
complainant; Barney & Hankoy
In Fie h el vs. Turner, Jndge
Perry donied tht motion to die
miss for want of jurisdiction. F.
W. Hankoy, representing 0. F.
Iiittle, attorney, then filed ou an
swer for defendant. The parties
will now agree on a date for hear
ing on tlio merits.
It is stipulated that Helm vs.
Hnbron 'and MoSlookor bo beard
at tbo Aucupt term.
MONKY VOII THE DAnnOR.
Washington, April 5. Owing
to tbo Int'k of an appropriation the
Government can do nothing at
prct-eut materially to increase
docking facilities at Honolulu, nl
though it is recognized bore that
thoy nro wholly inadrqunto. Two
small f-lips and a pier aro boing
cotMructed for couvenionco or
naval vessels coaling. Altogothor,
it is probable tbo department will
nek the next Congress 10 make an
appropriation sufficient to con
struct proper improvements. No
plans for such contemplated im-
piovumoutB have been prepared au
Er-Seuator H. A. W. Tabor tho
great bonanza king of Colorado is
By the "Australia:"
Asparagus and Celery ;
Fancy Navel Oranges,
Lemons and Apples;
Frozen Oysters and Fish,
And Refrigerated Poultry ;
Smoked Halibut and Salmon;
Salami and Cervelat Sausage;
A fresh stock of Hams,
Bacon, and Breakfast Cereals.
AND IN "SWEETS:"
Gruenhagen's Bon Bons
YOU'LL FIND THEM AT
1 Department Store
WAVCRLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Established 1801 Lenders 1890
EX-JUSTICE FIELD IS DEAD
Washington, April 9. Justice
Stephen J. Fiold of the United
States Sapremo Court retired,
died at bis homo on Capital Hill,
in this oity at 6:30 o'olook this
evening or. kidney complication.
About bis bodsido wero bis wife
and bor sister, Mrs. J. 0. Smith,
Justice David J. Brewer, bis
nephew; Mrs. Edgorton of Cali
fornia; Mr. Lawton, his private
seoretniv; Itov. Edward M. Mott,
rector of tue cuorcu or tuo Advent,
and (be family servants. Ho bad
ueen unconscious since oat u may
morning, and death camo pain
lessly. Justice and Mrs. Fiold novor
ba'd any children and tbo only
surviving membor of bis father's
family is the Justice's youngest
brotbor, Dr. Henry M. Field, edi
tor of tbe Evangelist.
Stepbon JobnBon Field was
born at Haddam, Conn., where
his father was then preaching, on
November 4, 181G.
Th. nana Will Piny.
Capt. Bergor had mode exten
sive preparations for tbo reception
of tbo Sixth Artillory boys on tbo
supposition that tho steamor
would arrive tomorrow. It was
impossible to assemble tho band
boys today after tho stoamor was
sighted. The Engineers howovor,
will be given a Bend off on Thurs
dny. Tbo band will meet tbe bat
talion as it marches in at tbo Wai
kiki turn and escort tbo boys to
tbo wharf where tbo usual pro
gram at departing steamers will
bo carried out.
GENERA& OEWd NOTES.
Joseph D. Strong tbe artist is
J. Walder Fearn well known in
American diplomatio cirolea is
Tbo collier Nero has been put
Univorsity of California beat
Stanford at baseball. Scoro 4 to 1.
FERRETING OUT REBELS
Gen. LawtoQ Goes Oat with Gnnboat
Over 300 Insargenls Give Up la Dlsgast-
Clly of Santa Cruz In Band of Amer
icansRebels Going to Mountains.
Manila, April 9. 9:35 a. m.
At nightfall last night Generals
Lawton and King launohed an ex
pedition of threo gunboats with
15)0 picked u on in cascos in tow
of tbo gunboato. Tbo object ol
tbo expedition is to cross tho lake,
cspturo Santa Cruz and sweop tbo
country to tbe south.
Tbo expedition, which embark
ed at San Pedro Macati, consists
of eight companies of tho Four-
teontn intantry, tliroo companies
of tbo Fourth Cavalry, four com
panies of tue North Dakota Vol
unteers, four companios of tho
Idaho Volunteers, two mountain
c'uns and 20J sharpshooters of tbo
Fourteenth Infantry, North Dako
ta, Idaho and Washington regi
At tbe son roe of tho Pasig river
tho men will be transferred from
tbo cascos to tbe three gunboats,
Lagnna do Bay, Oesto and Na-
pinua. oanta Cruz, tho objeotivo
point of tbe expedition, is at tbe
extromo ond of tbe lako.
Now York, April 8. A Bpocial
to the Sun from Washington saye:
Advices received from General
Otis indicato that he is preparing
for another advauce against tbe
Filipinos. It is hinted at tbe War
Department that MoArtbur's divi
sion will move northward from
Malolns to Calumpit, where tbo
main body of Aguinaldo's array is
intrenched and tbat Lawton's di
vision will at tbe same timo attack
tho insurgent force. to tbo south of
Manila. Military authorities nro
very roticsot in regard to tbo plan
outlined by General Otis in his
dispatch, but they admit that news
of more bgbting may bo expeoted
on Monday. This apparently
means that Otis will order an ad
vanoe to be mado ou that day.
In his latest dispatch to the
War Department, relating chiefly
to commissary supplies, General
Otis said that overy thing was quiet
I.nwton'i Men Victor.
Manila, April 10. (5:50 p. m.
Tho Amorioan troops undor Gen
eral Lawton oiptured Santa Cruz
today and drove tbo rebels into tbo
hills. Six Americans were wound
eed, while tbe insurgent killed
numbered between Hi'xty and eigh
ty. The Filipinos wore command
ed by a Chinese, Puo Wab
Santa Cruz wns tbe l1 llipmo
stronghold ru Like Lnguna de
Day, and it fell into the bauds of
Geuerol Lawto i'b expedition after
some sharp, quick lighting, form
ing one of tbe moat interesting
and important battles of the war.
LATEST FROM MANILA
Washington, April 12. The
following cablegram has boon; re
ceived from General Otis:
"Manila, April 1'2. Adjutant-
General, Washington: xeatoruay,
in tbo lako region, Liawtou pur
sued insurgouts eastward from
Santa Ornz, dispersing , them.
Captured all tho larger vpsseln
used in the lako trado and Span
ish gnnboat. Ho 1b now oudeav
oring to pass them from rivor,
where concealing into lake.
Wheaton drovo enemy ten miles
to eastward of railway line of com
munications vith Malolos. Law
ton's and Wheaton s casualties
few and slight as enemy mado no
stand. Notiued by Spain tbat she
will evaouato Mindora and Polo
SuliBoribors to tho Niulii Sugar
Company, Ltd., are requested to
call at Honry WatorhouseV olllces
and tocoivn thoir innnoy left on
dopoait. Tnko your depoMt ro
ceipt with you. Boo Now Today.
SCENES OF BLOODSHED IN SAMOA.
Lonsdale and Monaghan of the Philadelphia
Fall Fighting Beheaded by Mataafa
Men Joint High Commission
ers Have Been Named.
Auckland, N. Z., April 12. On
April 1 800 of Mataafa's men am
buscaded 100 bluejackets neirApii.
The fighting was terrific, th- Am
erican and British tars repeatedly
beating back their assailants, who
sbught to overwhelm them by force
Lieutenant Landsdale and Ensign
Monagban of the United Sta-es
cruiser Philadelphia and Lieutenant
Freeman of the British gunboat
Tauraga were killed.
After the rebels had been driven
off the bodies of these three officers
were recovered. They had been
decapitated by the savage Samoan
Four marines were killed. Ma
taafa's loss was forty killed and a
numoer wounded, these being car
ried off the field by the rebels when
The bodies of Landsdale, Aiomg-
han and Freeman, as well as those
of the unfortunate marines, were
buried with military honors at
There is constant fiahlins? with
thp nnttvpQ nrnunil Anin nnl lir '
life of no European in the islands is
..w .... .Wb..u ...'... ! .....
Lieutenant Philip Van Horn"
Landsdale was born in the DKirict
of Columbia February 15, 1858,
and entered the Naval Academy
June 6, 1873. He graduated in
June, 1878, and was promoted en
sign in 1881, and after duty at the
Washington Navy-yard was ordered
to the Philadelphia in June, 1800,
and was made Jieutcn.nU, junior
gtude, In June, 1893 lie 'As in
Utarge of. the caravels at the
World's Fair in Chicago, and after
receiving his full lieutenarcv was a
short time on tbe battle-ship Massa
chusetts. In June, 1096, he was
ordered to the Philadelphia.
ensign John K. rvionaghan was
appointed to the Naval Academy as
a cadet from the State of Washing
ton, entering Annapolis on Septem
ber 7, 1891. He graduated and was
made an ensign in July, 1897, being
assigned to the Philadelphia, to
which vessel he w-s attached tip to
the time of his-death.
AMEI1I04N POK!K AT SAMOA.
New York, Apiil 11. A Wash
ington special to the Herald hays:
Though the threo powers signa
tory to tue Berlin treaty have
practically auroed np u th" m
BtructinnB under which the Sa
moan Commission will act, tbe
administration v. ill tnainttin it
strong Atnoricatj force at Apw.
Tho collier lirutu-i g in t
Apia, whole she will remain uuiil
theoollier Soiudia arrivo-4, wh-n,
if tho situation permit", shn will
procetd to Guam. Tue collier
Abutouda will soon sttrt for Puui
Pai;o, where Bho will take station
as a ppurdijhip pending ihe cou
nt uction of a outliug Ma ion at
that point. These colliers hav
fairly hirgo crews nu I NPveral
rapid-tiriug gnus, mid will be use
till in 0'i-o of another bOiimmauo
with tho natives.
It is expected tho Samoau Com
mission will leavn for Apia on th
steamer sailing from Sin Frati
oiuco ou April 19. Mr. Tripp is
now ou his way to Wasbiugion
and Freihorrvon Steiuberg and
Mr. Elliott, tbo German ami lint
Ub ComraiBsiouerH, are in WhhIi.
iugton. To reach Sau FrimoiH
in timo, it will be npces-ary f r
tho commission to leavo this city
Duiiug tbo three or four mouth
ot tbo eta ot the eomwi-mon in
Apia, it will attend to the govern
ment of tbo inland, superseding
Malietna Tanu, tbo Mnuiuipil
Counoil, tho Consuls and the
Chief 'Justice, and their retention
in o 111 oh will bo determined by the
report of the onniiniftHioii,
Our Kmuinii taiuinllonr.
Witbhiug on, April ll).-The
Fresidout bus auleatod llartlett
Tripp, of Houth Dikota, formorlj
Minister to Austria, as tho United
Slute-i rupfPaentilivo on tbo Si
run an Joint OotnnjiBHi'on. Mr.
Tripp, who is at preBont in Yank
ton, will b called to Washington
umnedi'it.ly to ncnivo hisinfltruc
iinn, far this Government in dis
poned to asont to thodesiro of the
German Government that the
commission shall proceed to Sa
moa at tho earliest possible mo
ment. Mait be Unnnlman.
Berlin, April (5 Au agreement
h'. boeu ri'iiohed ti"twiHn tuo
three powers ftho Unitod States.
Groit lintaiu and Germany) on
Hih to propositions, namely the
appointment by each power of a
nigh itfUcial to investigate and re
(jululo the conditions prevailing at
Samoa and tbo makini! ot unani
mity necessary in all decisions of
th' so biu'b olhcials. Tbe nrwspa
pers bail tbo resnlt of tbo nego
tiations with satisfaction.
Admiral KhuIe Uripatth.
Wimhingtoii, April 12. The
following dispatch from Admiral
Kautz has bt-eu ruroivod:
Auckland, N. Z., April 12.
Secretary Navy, Washington: On
Ayiil fist, nliila tho oombinol
1 ,tcca ot tun Uuittid Slates and
'riti h uiuW Lieutenant Freo
man of the UritiHb navy, wt're eu
teiitig Apia they wero Hinbushed.
Dr-f-ply ngret to aiinnuncfl tho
itnitu of Lioutunant Philip B
Liusdale, Ensign John It. Munag
hau, C xhwaiu JameH liutler. Or
diunri Seuuau Norman EtUalanil
uvi iTt wouiiueil
tbo i'bilii le'Dbia.
I'ffl in killed two moo uudLieu
KapoKtr WlHIKaa nd Hants.
Lou Ion, April 10 Tb Berlin
rnrro-poiuleut if the Standard
nays: After receiving Mr. Wh te,
the United Statea Eiubassadnr,
ami Sir Fiank Labcoll-s. British
limliHHtdor, last wpfk, and ex
plaining to them Germany's atti
u In rvarling Samoa, Emprnr
William ent iiihtruetions to tho
Ceriunn Euilia-sadotB in London
and Wanhington to tbe general
eft" ct that G-rmany conxidors the
new g tvnrnmeiit in Smnoh. illegal,
and the nelion of the Britirh and
AiueneaiiH a cloir violation of tho
ri report of the buhaviour of
Admiral Kaatz towaid tho Ger
man crui-or Falke has given
uinlimg- throughout tho empire,
ind it i considered certain that,
if tli it port is confirmed, the
Um'eil S tito-i will readily almit
(oritiatjy'H tiglit to ratisfaction
nd will teptir Admiral Kau'z'a
norn. It is hoped, however,
tb.ii h- acoouuts are exaggerted.
FEELING AT WASHINGTON
Wnhkiiiglon, April 12. The
news fr nu Samoa was received
h-te with a feeling approaching
diiraay. There was a reTu-al on
the part of tho higher oflioials to
diseuBS tho sad event. The Sea
teiiirv of tue German Jiitubassy
mill'd early in tho day upon Sio
r tnry Bay. Neither ol the a Hi
eialrt would disclose anything as
to the naturo of tbo exuliaugeu
hat to k place.
Tlie arreHt and retention by the
llrittsh naval otlioialsof a German
-titj-ct it una of tbe most dinger
nu- fontuio of the controversy.
It ix -aid that tho Con
tils of the tbroo piwor hta
ioind at Apia claim extra torri
t niil jmiMiJiotiou, involving the
rU'lit to try the subjects n( theii
iisiinotivn coiin tries (or any of
fencu't allood to huvo I .u com
Small nils. In the Bulletin aic no
ovcrhhadoucd by bigger ones.
WILL START THE NEW BANK
Col, Macfarlane Returns With tht 8c
Sellgmans and retry Hearth Bchlod It To U
Turned Orcr to First llnlocal
Among tbo paspeugors iu tho
Nippon ilaru this forouoon won
Col. Georgo Maofailane who
comes down on very important
business He has been Authoriz
ed by Seligtnana of New York
and Mr. Ifnttb, the Firt Assist
ant Postmaster General, to pro
ceed with tho organizition of tho
new bank for Honolulu which is
to bo named tho First American
Uonk of Hawaii and be will get
to work ou tho proportion im
mediately. Tbonmouut npcos9ary,
ouo million dollars, bos already
been over subi cribed two or threo
times, but ono-hulf of this amdant
has been rrsorved for Hawaii.
The Bubsoription has boon guar
anteed by the Seligraaus and the
The bank in to bo organized un
der tbo Hawaiian corporation laws
It has boon f-uggeBtod by Secre
tary of tbe Trnasnrv Gauo that.
until the territorial bill is passed.
which is soro to corao about
tho noxt session of Con cross tbo
bank incorporate under Hawaiian
laws and lhtt when thu bill does
pagB and Mr. Heath's charier is
obtained, tho uholo business of
the bank will be turned over to tho
First National Rank of Hawaii
and renrganiz"d uuder tho laws of
tlw United States. This will
mean simply a transfer of tho
busiue'B uuder tbo new uamo and
As an adjuuet to tho new bank,
a Srv:ng3 and Trust Company of
Hawaii has heeu subscribed for
and will be caniod ou in connec
tion with both banks, which will
enable tbe First National Bank to
mako loans ou real estate through
tbe Savingn and Truet Company.
Tins Savings and Trust Com
pany will be e.dablisliod on tho
same lino as the companios in
the Eiat and will net au trustee
for bondholders of corporations
where sugar or other corporations
need to borrow money on their
bonds. This truQt company will
syndicate aud float such bonds.
MUL1I MONKY IiUTUHNKI).
Henry Waterhouse give? notice
to Niulii stock subscribers to call
at tho office of Honry Waterhouss
& Co. and receive tho money left
on deposit for Niulii Sugar Co.
stock As thero has boon some
quest ion as to tbe cirryiug out all
tho contemplated detail of this
scheme, Mr. Waterbouso has de
cided to return tho money to all
subscribers. Tho public unques
tionably appreciates the care that
lias boon taken m tbo JSiulu pro
position and Senator Watorhouso'a
conscientious manner of handling
Tho Iuvormark sails for Taltal
today. She will take on it load of
guano at that plnco and sail for
some port in Europe.
A PUIIC QRAPI CftCAM OP TARTAR POWDCH
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair
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