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A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
Vol. VI. No. 1259.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1899.
Pjiiob 5 Cents.
"ON TO MANILA
RABBI LEYY TO SPEAK
KALIUI STABBING AFFAIR
TO RELEASE A GALlCiAN
CRUELTY TO A YOUNG GIRL
A PERHaHH7 ORGANIZATION
No incidents of American his
tory have attracted moro nttontton
in the Hawaiian Islands than the
campaign in Manila aud arrival
of the first American troops to
cross tho Faoifio, at Honolulu.
. No more raagaiGciont rocoplion
was over giveu any body of troops
than Honolulu accorded tho boya
in blue of tho first expedition that
went "On to Manila." Mauy boys
in tho ranks were frionds aud te
lative of Hawaiian oiUr.onu and
many of Hawaii' Hoys joinecLtbe
troops at this port. "' -
Tho departure of these men
from San Francisco, their recep
tion in Honolulu and theprincipal
incidents of their campaigning in
tho Philippines is recounted in
an interesting style aud with his
torical accuracy by Daugluss
Whito, war correspondent for the
s iixaruinur journal, u
"On to Manila" that ia
f at tho disposal of Bci
' J. 8cribern.
Examiner Journal, in his book
ia now placed
"On to Mvaila" is a book of
historic! v.tluoand with its beau
tifol bindine nnd excellent illus
trations is tho host souvenir of
. . ...... . ! .
war in the .Philippines tnat uas
yet been published. Mr. Whito
writes of incident; in which he
was an active participant.
Ho shared mess w th' tho boys
anl bnd thn correspondent's ene
to the official hodquirters. Ho
was in tho fighting front with the
army aud the navy.
Th- illustrations aro frou pho
iosraphs tilwn on tho field aud
and pou sketohes by Pioire N.
.Boroingor, war artist with tuo
Philippine expeditionary forces.
This bojk can be obtained for
'25 cents and oue coupon at tho
Bulletin office. Tho edition is
a liniitud one uud will bo handled
in Hawaii exclusively by the Eve
A birdsevevievv of the region
about Manila. It is given in On To
Messrs. J. T. Waterhouse de
sire to notify their customers
and correspondents that on June
1st, 1899, their Grocery and,Pro
vision business was absorbed
and taken over by Henry May Zr
Co , Ltd., and the Hardware and
Crockery departments by the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
As our Messrs. Waterhouse
will continue to be identified with
the Corporations named, we de
sire, in thanking the public and
our patrons for past favors, to
request a continuance of their
good will to the Corporations
succeeding us, and of which we
The Grocery and Provision
business will be continued at our
present stand, Bethel street, and
the Hardware andCrockery stock
will be moved to the stores of
the Pacific Hardware ,Co Ltd.,
Bethel street. (Signed),
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Dated Honolulu, May 29th, 1899.
Rabbi M. S. Levy, tho pro
minent Jowish speaker has kindly
consented to doliver an address
at tho Literary Exercisos of the
Fourth of July cslebration. The
program of having throe or four
short addresses will be followed,
the other speakers being promi
neut local men. Rov. Mr. Lovy
is one of tho moat prominent pub
lie sppakera of tho PaoiQo coast,
an enthusiastic American nnd ono
of tho best o.ddresses ever given
by auy visitor to Honolulu may
be. expected. ,
Mr llataH Ooyil Wa.
Judge Perry hasdeoided the
case of tho John Ii Eatato vs. Mrs.
Helen Doyd in favor of the latter.
The caso was an aotion for trea-
tmss and dnraocos m tin sum of
$50.) nnd involved the title to a lot
of land at Pawaa, Waikiki.
J. A. Mag ion For plaiutiu Ito
bertson and Wilder for respond
ent. Charles Carroll Bitting has
been admitted to practiso law in
all of tho courts of the Ropublio
. Will Not Play-.rr
The manager of tho Kameha
rarha baeoball team sent a letter to
the maDnger of tho Artillery team
twj or turea Java aao Advising
him of tho determination of
tho KHruiharaeha boys not
to t)lV the baseball game Bel
for Saturday ont of reaped for tho
latJ iieeu ivowager ivapioiani
bat no answer has yet been re
ceived. The Kara bjys eay that if
the Artillery team iuauts on play
ing, tbry will forfeit the game.
They will not play undor any cir-cumttances.-
Xuprrmo Court Adjourn',
The Supremo Court has' ad
journed until Monday for tha dis
cusaion aud consideration of cases
already subraited. ' r
Kol Strikes at the Heart of Arthur
Assailant Rao Away Bat Was (Siren Up
By Father Later Victim la Very
This morning's piper had tho
idoutitiosof the two yonog Hawai
ians who got into a fight in thb
Kapalomastroit ear stables last
evening slightly jarnbled so that
the one wounded is crodUod with
outtiag himself. Thb siory as
told by Deputy Marshal Chilling
worth is follows:
"It was between 9 and 10 o'clock
last night that Robert Hobron,
Jr. and Halomanu two of the crowd
of hoodlums in the habit of
hanging about tho street car
atableB, got into a row. Hobron
wont to gdt some atones to turow
at his antagonist. Max Orden
stein, a youug hoy; cried out to
somoone to hold Hobron, whoa
Arthur Euulei MoOalgan called
the little fellow n coward and told
him to hold Hobron himself.
Kui, another boy, tbcroupon chal
lenged MoCalgan to light. The
two went at oach other and Kui
was knocked aoDfiOlcr 3.
"Ho remaiue.l ou the ground
fur about a minute and tuen
etmtod to rise. Jnst as he did so
Sui, a Japanese, cried out that
Kui had n knife. Tho wtfiilua
was to? Into. Kui had made a
sprint; and buried the blado of a
sliaip jackoifo in tho loft broast of
McCalgan jut abovo tho heart,
inflicting a wound about an inch
aud a half long. Another cut was
made at tho base of tho thumb on
the left baud, severing all tho
tendouB. The wounded boy
stepped back aud went townrd the
stables. In a Bhort tiino ho fell
exhausted and was tukon to the
hospital soon after.
"Kui seeing what ho had done,
walked away. Ou being met later
by Ordonatoin he asked after
MoCalgan, Baying hu would com
mit suicide if he was dead.
tr anl nnf nftur TTnl lillf nnnlil
not find him. I told tho father b
bring his boy to th) police station
if ho returned borne. At about
midnight tho father arrived with
Kui, having found him at tho
house of a friend in Kapuukolo."
McOilgau is in a very critical
condition but may pull through.
There wb n great lo3s of blood.
It is to bo hoped that the cutting
affray of last niuht will result in
tho breaking up of tho gang of
hoodlums that has so long boon
the Mource of aunnyanoo to Kapa
laiuuieBidouts. Pullca Court N'Mr,
In tho Police Court this fore,
noon Johu Bull was reprimande.l
and dischaged on th) ohargoof
assault aud battory on Huole. Tho
troublo wns over a cat.
Win. Morg had Bentenco sus
pended for ono month ou plead
ing guilty to tho ohnrgo of rauli
H. Bolster had sontenco sus
pended for six months on plead
ing guilty to the charge of assault
and battory on Mrs. Holster.
Ou Trlnl for DrafrMou.
A court martial is iu session ut
Camp MoKioley this afternoon.
The private who tried to doiort iu
tho barkoutine Plautor and was
captured lalor by members of thn
police forco, is on trial.
Pollen Urlll Psilponad.
There was t uiivo been a big
police drill nnd inspection iu the
Pouahou pasturo this afternoon
but tho Marshall has decid
ed to postpone this 'until a later
How brave California boys fought
for their flag is told in. On To Manila.
H7S. Levy Espouses Cause jjf
Secures toy Required to Obtain the Man's
Freedom Co3t Abut $126 -Would
See Tfcetn All Out.
Itov. M. 9. Lovy has been in
tramontal in securing the release
from Oahu prison of Jacob Toper
one of Uio Qalioians imprisoned
for reraiing to work out his con
tract on Oahu plantation.
Itabbi Levy in speaking of
matter this morning paid:
learned' from Rev. Mr. Tubb3 that
out of our people was among tho
men imprisoned for refusing to
work nut" their contracts. I ob
tained through Mr. Doylo a letter
to tho prison warden by whom I
wftb vory courteously rocoived.
t'After satisfying myself that
the young man was houest in his
representations, I visited Mr.
Hnckfeld, the Austrian Consul,
aud stated that I desired to securo
tho Fa'ofkie of ono of the subjects
of tho nation which ho represents. J
Mr. tiHcklolu conferred with the
plantation officials and fouul that
IIJW ."!tMUtU"4 ffUUHl U3 D51I0II' U j
wnu ina paymont ot 510 which
was the ntnuiotdu) to tho p'aan
tiou for ndvanoe paisajo money.
I have obtainod tho monoy from
Vlifforent members of the Jewish
nHideit and it is rvly to ny
over to tho proper parties when
tho man is releasod.
"Tho'young mnu's atory is that
ho is a cabinet maker by tradr.
He cmo to Hawaii under coutnat
supposing that on arrival he
would work at his trade. Ho has
a mother t) Bupport and I sug
gested that he return to tho pUu
talioo, but ho nsrt.'d ho woald
stny in prisou for life rather thnu
"I baliovt) ho will mako n gool
citizen. Ho is willing to work,
eau speak two language and 'u
rapidly nsqairin tli3 Eng
lish language and will unques
tionably make his way in tho
world when given tho freedom of
action when every citizen of our
ropublio should on joy. I only
wish thnt I cbuld Booure tho re
lease of overyono' of thoio Gali
- Alt SMI Got on.
Tho case of Ah Sui, tho Waia
lua Chinaman, charged with sell
lug liquor withoal liconse, aamo
up in tho polioo court yestorday
forenoon and was finished tlua
forenoon. The defendant wns
found not guilty and discharged.
A nolle prosequi was entered iu
iho cftjo against Ah Sui for un
lawful possession of opium. At
torney MoOltinahio nppaared for
the defeudaut nnd Asiistaut Dcp
uty Attornoy Gonernl Wobor at
tended to tho prosecution. Tho
principal witness was Djputy
ohorilt Cox of Wnialua who made
Miss Uolen Meek nnd Charles
Thurston, (oromau of No. 1 Eu
yiuo Company, woro married at
tho home on Morchant streot ro
ci'utly built by the groom for his
bride. Among tho many friotds
prosont ware members of the fiio
compnny of which Mr. Thurston
is a m-mbor. After thu wadding a
delightful suppar wttB served.
GICVTnV Will. HKBK A IlKCOIll).
Detroit, Mich., June 17. Since
John R Gentry was brought here
liiBt month to prepare for.n tilt at
tho pacing records ho has shown
moro speed tbnn any hor6o in
training. Bo has mudo tho trip
around tho Detroit Driving club's
milo track in 2:0CJ, the fastest
mile of tho season. Ho proposes
to go after Star Pointer's high
wator mark of lifi'.ij at. tho blue
ribbon mooting next month.
Chinese ia Aala Accused of Binding
Feet of Child.
Police After Violators of Amult and Battery
Lav Complaint Laid In at Police
Station Tbls Afternoon.
A Btory of cruelty to a child
comes from the region of Aala.
For tho past fortnight or so resi
dents of tho vioinity and others
hnvo heard at various times dur
ing tho day and night tho cries bf
soma child evidently suffering
irom intonso pain. Tuo cn-B
hnvo come from tho houo of a
Chinamen and, although psople
have beon anxious to find thu
cause of theso no one ventured
near tho place until yesterday.
Two or throe peoplo npproHchd
tho house from a placo in liauk
and succeeded in getting vory
close to where tho ories camo
from. Reaching the high board
fence they peered Ihrongh the
cracks and saw a poor little Chi
nese girl being held in u ouuirby
one person whilo another Whs
banducing her feet as tight ai lit
strength wonld allow. Tho poor
child was writhing in p'aiu bur
thoao who woro doing the wrk
naid no nttontion whatever to h"
The mattor was rep rto.l at tho
police station today nnd tbia aftor-
noon the police are making an in
vestigation. Should tho guilty
parties be ferreted out thny win
be proBfcOuted on the charge of as
sault and battery . it will bo re
mombered that tho footbiuuiuo
law passed by the Legislature ym
declared uuoonstitulional upon n
test case being proonted. Ther
apain thero is no law nguiiHt
cruelty to childron. All hiicIi
cases come under the hoad of .!
sault and b'Utory in Hiwiiiuu
It is very seldom that a caao of
footbinding is in Honolulu dis
coverod as tho Chinese concerned
in tins uoatneniHU practice un
usually very careful to kop th-
criee of tho childron from rt-ach
iog the ouside air.
HOOT IN KAUAIAIMO.
Tho body of tho lute Queen
Do say or arrived at Rawaiahao
Church shortly before 2 o'clook
this morning, having loft Pualci-
lam at a little after midnight.
There woro some fifty men follow
ing tuo nearse, wbilog others,
among whom wero a nnmbor of
ladies, followed in carriages. Ku
kui torches andkihilie accompnni
od tho romaius.
Tho body npon arrival rt tho
church was curried by six pnll
beaiers betweon two linos of Co.
G, etationod on tho steps aud
commanded by Captain Wilcox.
At tho ontrauce to tho church
Hov. V. H. Eitcat aud members
of tho clergy mot the body and
conducted it to thn bier in front
of tho pnlpit"whero everything fo'
its reception had been arranged.
Soft music came from tho or
gan played by Wray Taylor, a
prayer was said and then the
peoplo outside (locked in. .Today
no ono is allowed to enliT tho
church but those assigned to tho
duty of watcuiug ovor tuo dead.
Beginning tomorrow morning at
l) o'clock tho body wil lio iu state
until midnight Saturday.
Last nicht tl o first boat in the
grand cake walk contest was de
cided in favor ol Miss'Etllo Hart
well nnd Frank Barton. Jim Post
proved himself an adept iu the
sport as mastor of ceremonien,
causing great laughter. F Davo
Mariou and Jim Post in their big
boot dnnoe, made'9' a 'first class
team. Miss Brandos aud tho
Hartwoll sifters sung to great ad
vantage. Tonight the samo pro
gram will bo repoated. . ..
Splendid Attendance of Attorneys at
Bar AsscctetloD Hcstiog.
Piul ftana Elected President and S. M. Eil-
loaYlce-Prttldent- Constitution Amended
and Adopted Resolution Withdrawn.
Perminnnt organization wa
elTected al the meeting of the liar
Association in the Supremo Court
chambers yesterday afternoon.
The following attorneys wero
present: Meaurc. Dole (Deputy
Attorney Ganeral), Neumann,
Achi, Euooh Johnson, Kaulukou,
Corroa, Audrewi, Carter, Castle,
Weaver, Bniith, Weber, Robert
sou, Monsarrat, Daviils m, nan
koy, Humphreys, Do Holt, Goar,
Davi, Wood, FelurHnn, Chilling
worth, Mead, Pnrke. Cntho't,
Ka-no, lierrv, Hr wn (Marsh il),
Stewart, Wilder, McOI-tuahin,
Wright, Sillimao. Vivas, Kiuoey,
Hatch, 13llou, H-tlmoj, Cooper
(Allorney Gor ond) Prossor (Dep
uty Sheriff of Kanrfi), Cnyplesi,
D;own and Hnh-h'ill Besides
thf'So w"im a il.'Z'Mi or more loak
ers on nnd a had d .mi news
Judge DavuleoU was repento.lly
u 1 tke too chnirnnd linally
rtroha, dvcltiiin-i toil.i tins auu
etuting thul he Imd tu'deretood tho
Bar Association for thti elevation
of the profession aud fur the
oliuiina'iou of all things vioionH
and wrong, Th jn'rodoctjou of
a n-a .luttvU ut tin" t jneetiug
had turned Iho nsociation iuio A
politic il ornnizttion. Ho hsd
novor been n pililician and had
uevur vokd iu liii lift'. He had
no wiih for an alliauo- with a
pirtisan orgsn'ziition and would
d.clino to heiv. lul Nenmana
ww iminudialoly e'ectrd tempor
I'lie utnstitiitinu whs r-ad by
uttorn'i MdOlnunhun nnd. nftfr
u idoiKoing uowr.tl itiuiuiduiouti.
was huully it lupin! as n -mIioIo.
An annual and rogn'nrlv (juarter
ty as woll as spfe it in-etiurt i.r.
providrd for l'h oh linn m an
empowereil ti ainioi'it n ciimiuit
ti" of three to draft by law
Thjo'o.ti'n f ollicf a ri-tulted
in the appointment of the follow-
ing by iu-clamatioii: L'.tal Nnn
mi.un, president j S. M. LJallon,
vieo p'Chideiit; A. A. ilder, m--rotary
aud S. K Ka-i,p, tr 'isur -J
Whcu uutiui3ijel bu-iuc;6 ntiuo
b f"ie 'h" i"-nsc Attorney Gear
nront nnd withdrew Iho resolution
mudo at tho Inst'mectiug aud deal
ing with tht lifo tenuro of tlvi
p'useut judues if tho Supremi
uudCiremt Court?, ntating that ho
dd hi: b vt,u,e 'U? conetilulioa
prVdui tlist nothing of a polit-
oil nature HLould eutr into tuo
lif'of the nssocittion. While ho
did no, believi tho let-olulious to
bo ot n po'iticul nature ho wou'.d
withdraw thm to piovent nny
further disoubion or discussion.
By a unnnimuah vote permisdinu
was given Mr. Ger to withdiaw
the- rt-f olutioi
Complete pictorial histo'v (f mi--litary
opoiations in the !i fie is
given in On To Manila.
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