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Yol. VI. No. 1201.
HONOLULU, H. I., MILDAY, APRIL 21, 1899.
Piuob 5 Cents.
MATTERS OF CONTROVERSY
THE NEW GRECIAN CABINET
PILIKIA OF LANDHOLDERS
GENERAL ANDERSON HERE
HARBOR WORK BEGINS SOON
THREE NEW 0, R. & L. CARS
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E. S. Holt by bis attorney,
Goo. D. Gear, has demurrod to
tbo complaint of 13. F. Dillingham
on the samo grounds as tboso of
other defendants, viz., respecting
tbo titlo and powor of loaaing of
Waialua land involved..
The executors of tbe will of H.
A. Widomann bavo demurrod to
tbo complaint in ojeotmont of
Luika Kilinabo, on tbe ground
that it does not state whether they
aro sued as executors or as trustees
under the will. Tboy are repre
sented by Honry Holmos and
Einncy, liallou & McOlanahan.
Frank 13. McStockor, Collector
Gonoral of Customs, hai demurred
to tbo complaint of Charloa R.
Holm, who claimB damages of
85000 for stopping his passport.
Tbo chief ground is that tbo Gov
ernment should be the dofondant.
E. P. Dole, Deputy Attorney
General, for respondent.
Probato of tbe will of Low How
is postponed by Judgo Stanloy
until May 1. 1. liubinatoin is
temporary administrator. Ceoil
Crown for petitioner.
Judgo rorry this morning was
beariog argument on demnrror in
tbe spociuo performance case, on
titled, "Wong Kwai vs. Lydia K.
Dominie, otberwiso known as
Liliuokalani." L. Andrews for
complainant; Robertson & Wildor
Or. Mrqui' Departure,
Dr. A. Marques did not get off
to the Const on tbo Australia yes
terday, being nimbi o to get a
berth, but leavo on the America
Mara today. Ho goes at urgent
request to attond tbo Tbeosopbical
Convention at Chicago on May 21.
Ho expects to be absent from tbo
Islands about six weeks, and on
bis return bore will prepare for
bis journoy to Australia, in wbicb
country bo will havo tbo Secretary-Generalship
tor that section
of the Theoaophioal Society.
27te Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
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
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
Athens, April 12. King George
has summoned Theotokis to form
a new cabinot in succession to tbo
ministry wbicb resigned on April
3, owing to tbo elootion of M.
Zamis, tho premier, having boon
deolarod invalid on account of
bribory and intimidation.
M. Theotokis was JVIinistor of
tbo Interior in tho cabinot pro
sided over by M. Ralli, whiob was
instituted April 20, 1807, resigned
September 30 of tbo samo year
and was succeeded by tbo Zamis
no Telephone Hyatcm.
Tboro is a tradition extant of
Honolulu's having had tbe best
and ohoapost telopbono in tbo
universe, with only a fow planots
to boar from. Tho glory has long
since departed and is now seem
ingly resting on -tho tarry town of
Sweden. A recent Stookholm
"The most comploto telephono
system in tbo world has just been
inaugurated in this city. This
system is not in tho bands of a
syndioate or a trust, but under tho
immediate- control;of tho govern
ment, mere is Hardly a re
sidence in Stockholm and tbo
neighboring towns not connected
with central offices. Tbo telo
pbono tax is loviod in tbe same
manner as tho water tax is levied
in tbo cities, and amounts to only
Gvo dollars a year. In tbo largo
hotels there is a telephone in
evory room connected with a sub
central in tbo hotel office."
Klondike Proipector Killed.
Viotoria, B. C, April 13. Tho
Cottago City whiob arrived hero
today brings nows that the City
of Topoka has been raisod
and floated; also brings in
telligence of tbo mnrdor of
two prospectors by Chilcat In
dians, names not ascertained.
Prospectors wero carving their
names on totem poles.
Caused by Neglect to Take the Notice
in Statute of
Additional Land for Olaa Settlers Planters
Will bo Asked to File Applications
President Dolo bad Ministers
E. A. Mott-Smith nndH.E. Coop
er with bim at a session of tbo
Exeoutivo Connoil this morning.
Ministor King has been confined
to his houBO for sovoral days, and
Ministor Damon was also absont
from tho capitol today.
In regard to some Lasobolders
of Olaa, it was decided that tbe
additional land tboy wore entitled
to could be taken out of part of
tbe new Olaa tract, thoro boing
none loft in tho old district.
Tbo applications of Honomu
and Honokaa sugar companies for
amondmonts to their charters wero
Applications for quitclaim deeds
from different occupants of land
under tne mauolo crams wero de
cided. It was ruled that the Gov
ernment bad no authority to grant
quitclaims, as tbo .Legislature oi
lb)i had given tbem until tbe
first of January, 1895, to perfect
thoir titles. Tho statuto enacts
that any person having claims
undor it who should fail to pre
sont thorn before that date "shall
bo forever barred and bis rights
undor this Act shall rovert to tho
Tho Council providod for n
letter to tbe planters calling on
thorn to send in applications for
PROM ISLAND OP NEGIIOS.
CallfOrnUn Kotee Difference In Itfgnlnr
and Volunteer Onicori.
L. P. Tenney has roceived a
lettor from a member of Co. H,
First California, now at tbo island
of Nogros. Tho writer says:
"I saw tho difference between
the regular and voluntnor officors
whon our company was on the
firing lino with tho Fourteenth
Infantry. Officers of tbo regulars
mado persona inspection of ovory
thing, tbo food, complaints and
Bleeping quarters, and Baw to it
that tho regulations wore en
forced. Our leaders neglected to
take tho sligutest precautions, but
when wo remember tho mental
capacity of a majority of them wo
are not surprised.
"The town wo now occupy,
Baoolod, is a miserable little
placo on the island of Negros,
about d00 miles from Manila,
Ono battalion of tho regiment,
Go's. A, 13, E and H,is here and as
the natives voluutarily raised tho
Hag and aro generally poaceful wo
are not having very stirring times.
Tbo officers are now examining
tbo natives for tbo island polico
corps and intend to oreato a pro
vincial guard. Tboy nro a healthy
though small raco nnd will doubt
less mako conscientious police."
Hli Troublea Untied.
Oscar Mooll, known na "tho
Qerman homo baker," died early
yosteruny atteruoon. no was
only 33 years of ngo, and ho loaves
a wifo and two children. For
two or threo years past bo had
boon subject to a succession of
disorders that bafiled medical and
surgical skill. Tho final siege
lastod thirteen months. As a last
resort one of bis legs, in wbioh a
distemper bad sottlod, was am
putated. Drs. Taylor, Wayson
and Hoffman performed the oper
ation at 10 o'clock yeBtorday.
Death followod in about threo
hours. Tbe funeral takes place
from tbo house, 833 Fort street,
this aftornoon. Court Hawaii, In
dependent Ordor Forestois, will
attend in a body.
Ordered Home from Manila to Receive
Accompanied by Mrs. Anderson and Family
Tells Something of tbe Cam
paign In tbe Philippines.
Major General Andorson of tho
United States Yoluuteors, is re
turning homo in tho America
Maru, accompanied by his wifo
and family. Ho commanded the
first expedition sont to Manila and
entertained by tbo pooplo of Ho
nolulu on tho way. Boforo tho war
General Anderson was a colonol
in tho regular army, being mado
major goneral of volunteers for
duty in tho Philippine Islands.
So brilliantly did bo sorvo bis
country out there, that ho has
been promoted to tho brigadior
gonoralship of tbo regular army.
This forenoon General Ander
son took a stroll around, attended
by Lioutonants Anderson and
Allen of his staff. Among others
ho called upon was Chief JurHcq
Judd at the Judiciary building.
Col. J. W. Jonos, N. G. H., call
od on tbo distinguished command
er at the Hawaiian hotel.
Gonoral Andorson was asked by
a JJOiiiiETlK reporter for a state
mont in outline of tho military
operations in tho Philippines and
the existing situation thoro. Ho
replied in substanoo as follows:
"Ab I loft Manila on March 2G,
having turned ovor''my command
to General Lawlon. on tbo 19th, I
cannot givo you. anything very
late on tuo atlalr.
"Before tho campaign began tho
forces wero divided into two
divisions GenoraJ MoArtbur's on
tho north and mino on tbo south
sido of tho Pasie river. "Whon
tho attack was mado on us on tho
4th of Fobruary, I assumed tho
offonaivo on my sido of tho river,
on tho Gtb, and gavo tho onemy
quite a deoidod defeat drove
thorn back to tho lako in tho
middle of tho island.
'Subsequently to tbat.wo bad to
send troops to tbo islands of Ho
ilo, Cebu and Nogros. This ro
ducod our forces on Luzon island
so that boforo wo did anything
rnoro wo had to wait for additional
troops from tbo United States. I
bad to withdraw my troops back
"Whon reinforcements camo I
resumed tbe offensive again and
drovo back tbo enemy from tbo
south side of tbo Paaig.river, thus
opening iuo river so luatgunooats
could get up into tbo lako.
After that was accomplished
uoneral ijawton camo out and
relieved mo of tho command of
"After that a large part of Gon
eral Lawton'a forco was sent over
to Gonoral MoArthur, und be at
tacked on tho north sido and cap
tured Malolos and drovo tho
"Tboro aro about 20,000 troops
on Luzon, not all effective. Al
lowing for those sick, on gourd
duty, etc, I presume tbero are not
moro than 15,000 for active service,
"Thoro is roaistnrico on tbo
other islands excepting Nogros.
"Yob. I am promoted to brica
dior goneral in tbo rogular army.
That is why I havo been recalled,
ana am going nome totakoom
mand of a department in tho
United States. My boalth has
boon good, aud so has tho boalth
of tbo army on tbo wbolo."
Gonoral Andorson, being in
formed of BUtomonts lately pub
lished alleging a rather serious
condition of tbe health of tho
army in tho Philippines, could
not assent to suob statomonts.
"There has beon no epidemic,
and, considering tbo southern
climate, it cannot bo said that the
troops havo on tbo wbolo suffered
much in health. Wo bavo had
a good many siok at timos, but tbo
Continued on Pago 8,
Government Dredger and Scows to be Used
Mr. Gray, Superintendent, Will Arrive
In Steamer of 261b.
Work on dredging tbo harbor
for tho now wharves tho United
StateB Government intonds to put
in, will bo commoncod in about
tbirtyldays, This is tho calculation
made by Fred Cowlor, ono of tho
men sont horo by tbo Government
to nttond to tho work. It is ox
pectod that a steamer especially
chartored to bring material to
Honolulu for tbo work will arrive
at about that tirao. On this
steamer will be two large dredgors
and two largo scows that will be
used to lift out largo rocks by
meanB of hydraulic power. Tho
steamer will also bring a number
of exports to do the work.
Mr. Gray, who will have full
charge of tho operations in tho
harbor, is oxpected horo on tbo
steamer of tbo 2Glb from San
Arrangements aro now undor
way by wbioh the Unitod States
Governmont will havo control of
tho Governmont dredger, tho two
scows usod for blasting and tbe
clam dredger, as soon as tbo work
on tho harbor is begun.
Mr. Cowlor states that thoro is a
great scarcity of carponters hoio
just at tbo prcsont time so that it
will vory probably bo necossary to
bavo somo sent out from tho
A Ghinose student from Hong
kong arrived in tbo America
Maru, and was landed under a
pormit to land at "Manila or any
port in actual possession of tbo
Unitod States." This is tho first
Fcdoral permit of tbo kind soon
horo. Tho nttaohed pbotocranb
snows a aeciucuiy orient anu pro
, i -... .
possessing young Chinaman dress
od in fashionable Europeau at
tiro. It is stated in tho permit
that tbo boaror is travoliog for his
health, also that ho has been a
student in a Hongkong offioo from
1891 to 1839.
Daft Catcher! Abroad.
It might bo usoful to the public
to know that tho dog catohors aro
abroad again. Officer Moau is
tbo loader of tho squad. Excel
lent work was dono this morning.
Thirty' throo canines wero roped
in and aro now at tho dog pound
in Iwiloi. In a few days, if tbo
owners do not make their ap
pearance, tboso will bo shot.
Thoro will bo a good catch today
as tho dogs without collars aro
vory numerous on tho streets.
This is particularly truo of tho
Gabmarkot and vicinity.
More Nnhlka Lnmli.
Tho Nahiku Sugar Company is
arranging for tho purchases of
2000 aores of exceptionally good
sugar lands adjoining tbo present
traot. Senator Hooking will be in
tbo city next week whon it is anti
cipated that tbo deal will bo clos
ed. This will givo tho company
10,000 aoros of tho best of sugar
lands. Tho certificates of stock
will probably bo issued in a low
Funeral or a Noldler.
Tho funoral of the lato Win, A.
Wray of tho Sixth Artillprv, who
died on the trip from Sun Fran
cisco, will take placo from tho St.
Andrew's Catbodral at i o'clock
this afternoon. The body will bo
taken from tho undertaking estab
lishment of Ed. A, Williams lit
3:30 o'clock. Interment will tike
placo in Nunanu comopry. Th j
wbolo of Battery I, of which de
ceased was a member, will march
to tho grovo.
Steamer With Material Is
Fat od tbe
Finest That Have Been Built Here Head
Carpenter Hcgfces' Work More To Be
Built In Hear Future.
On Sunday next tho O. R. & L.
Co. will put trheo new passongor
cars on tho road. These havo boen
built in tbo shops of the company
undor the direct supervision of
bead carpeutor Hughes. A week
from -next Sunday, two moro of
tho samo kind will be put on tho
road and in tbo near futuro, fivo
moro first-class nnd tho samo num
ber of second-class coachos will
bo turned out of tho shops. Ma
terial for tboso has already been
placod in the shops.
Tbe coachos that aro to bo plac
od on the road Sunday aro the
finost owned by the O. R. & L.
Tboy are of tbo samo size as tho
others on tho road, but in point of
latest improvements and comfort,
they aro far superior and will cer
tainly provo a boon to all thoso
who travol, back and forth on tho
Starting from tbo (rucks of tho
coachos, it might bo said that theso
are mado of Btoel and iron through
out. Tbe wheels are built steel
wheels. Tbo vory latest improve
monts bavo botm made on tho
tracks. Theso have hollow break
beams fitted with Christy heads
and shoes. TIuh kind of truck is
usod bocauso it minces tho clang
or of accidents to a minimum. Ab
solutely nothing can givo way.
Each coach is equipped with air
and automatic couplers. Tho oar
body is constructed with triple
truss and tho drawheada are of
The interior of the coaohes is
light and airy and a person enter
ing is at once given a feeling of
comfort. Tho seats aro built of
slats on account of tho accepted
theory that tboy nro muob better
than the upholstered ones from a
sanitary stiudpoiut. They njQ.
cortainly much cooler. Tbe sa
loons aro much more bandy than
thoso in tbe old coachos, tho door
opening out instead of in. Tho
Bashes aro double, making it pos
sible for passengors to raiBe them
clear np whon neoessary- The
blinds aro so constructed that they
can bo raised by very slight pres
sure from below and lowerod by
pressing a small spring lightly.
Thoro are parcol racks above each
seat and patont door holders bo
hind each door. Tbo fittings in
side nro of bronzo and tho whole
oar inside is built of ash and oak
panols. Tbo coaohos aro lined
above with uoatly designed linen.
The seating capacity of oach car
Pfilaiua Kchool Opening.
Tho Palama school building
will bo opon to tho inspootion of
tbo public tomorrow afternoon
from 4 to 5:30 p m. Tbe Govern
ment band will bo in attondanco
nnd a largo number of citizens aro
expected to attend the opening of
tho nowost, largest and most mod
ern school building in Hawnii.
A purc onrc cbcam or ttb rowocn
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair
AtoIi! linking I'nwilrrs containing
alum. Tlieyare Injurious to health
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