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A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines. "
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Vol. VII. No. 1207
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 10, 1899.
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INCREASING THE ARMY
DEATH OF ROBERT GRIEYE
THE FLOW OF THE CENTURY
ON A SPECIAL MISSION
REBEL BREAK AT NEGROS
DREYFUS AND HIS FAMILY
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Washington, July 3 The War
Dopartrrient baa nearly porfootod
the details of the project for the
onliatmontof volunteers under the
tormu of the Act of the hat Con
gress. There is to bo nothing in
the naturo of a call, bat as hereto
fore stated, tho soldiers will be
obtained in tho regular method
through tho efforts of tho United
States recruiting office stationed
in tho various large oities.f
To this end the Department has
nlreatbM sent out to these officers
full instructions' for thoir guid
once, as well as blanks for enlist
ments and evervtbinc is now in
fihane to bocin recruiting at tho
word from Washington It was
stntpd by tho Adjutant General to
dav that tho department oonteni-
plato? raiding nine regiments in
all, but instructions to tho rooruit
ing odicors aro based on this. fig
ure. Eaoh rogimont will havo a
strongth of 132G men, making a
total forco of. ,11,931 rnon. This
will almost bottwioo the number
of men wbioh GneralOis reports
will he nnsossary to give him tho
force of 30,000 effectives, which he
The recruiting for tho regular
army has brought that establish
ment to withiD two hundred of its
maximum strength. -Tho forco that
will bo at Gonoral Otis' disposal
when tho no.v troops now in this
country reach him at tho begin
ning of the fall campaign may bo
BumintiiizeJ as follows: Seventeen
regiments of rogul r infautry, 25,
10 men: three now voluntcor regi
ment", 4131; four batteries Third
Artillery, 489; ten batteries of the
Sixth, 1230; tho Fourth Cavalry,
1230; an enginoer battalion, auu;
Signal Corps, 150; total 33,273
Police Court N tM.
In tho Police Court this fore
noon Fiipiilani Mitchell was fined
S10 and costs for gambling. Three
Japinese ware fined 815 and costs
on the sanio obarge.
Qah IHitHrtinnA .Till iX TtrtVinvl
Grievo of Honolulu? died ia this
city on Saturday at the ago of GO.
Ho was one of. America's oiri-ume
printers. His association's with the
craft in tho Unitod Statos and in
tho Hawaiian Islands both confer
distinction on his memory. Born
in Scotland he wont when quito
yonns to Canada West long boforo
the Dominion had an existence.
Bofore he attained his majority Tie
oame .to thoUoitod Slates audi
forthwith trained bB an American.
Ho was a printer in theNewYnrk
Tribune oflica, as suoh boo'oming
an adopt in deciphering tho gro
tesque hieroglyphics of Horace
Greoloy. Mr Griove was also ono
of Joseph Medill's printors at tho
birth of the Ulevelanu. Jusnuor.
Gome to tho Hawaiian Islands
somowhere along in tbe forties or
fifties, ho made his mark there as
a printer and newspaper publish
er. Ho was owner of, the Hawaiian
Gazette, now the oldest existing
English newspaper in the islands.
Havins acquired a competence
throuch his industry ho sold tho
Gazetto in 1837 and retired from
activo business. He resumed busi
ness as a book and job printer a
couple of years later. He leaves a
profitable oatabluninent anclor tuo
managoment of his son, W. L.
Griove, vhom ho brought up to
Mr. Griovo was ono of the moat
highly esteemed citizens of Hono
lulu, a thoroughly square and in
dependent man. He oame to San
Francisco a fow weeks ago to re
ceivo special treatment for his
sight, whioh for some years had
been steadily failing. Mrs. Grievo
lucompamed him with tueir
daughter, Mrs, James L. MoLeau,
wife of the secretary! tbe inter
Island Stoam Navigation Com
pany. Tho deceased leaves muah
valuable real estate in Honolulu
in addition to his printing establishment.
Manna Lot Outbreak Promises to Be
a Long One.
Flow Toward Hllo Seeim the Longest Foun
tain a Thousand Feet High -Hllo An
ticipating a "Hoi Time."
Secretary Ray et the Commission
Again in Hawaii.
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Hilo. July T 8: 'Special
sorrespondeuco Just where
and to what extent is the
lava flow of 1899 cannot bo
determined. I havo just returned
from the Volcauo Honso and saw
all there is to bo Been at that
point: It was much, and indica
tions, combiund with tho opinions
expressed by those who have sees
urovions outbreaks, it -will bo the
(low of the century. Let me toll you mtaafon was horo, and particularly
Will 'Obtain Facts and Figures Tor Use When
Hawaii Comes Before Congress
Coast Surrey Work.
D. A. Kay, who was secretary
of the Hawaiian Commission, ar
rived in tbo; Australia this morn
ing, and will remain hero about a
month on ubpeoial tour of inves
tigation for tho Congressional
membors of tho Commission.
Mr Itty paid this morning :
"My special work iB to see what
has been doue in Hawaii by tho
Executive Council sinco tho Gora-
set for tomorrow.
caae has been
BETHEL : STREET,
ex S. S. Australia:
Apples, Apricots, Cherries, fj
m Cheese, Cauliflowers, m
VY w - ii
a Lemons, oranges, Peaches, m
Peaps, Fpesh Ppunes, ffjj
Fpesh and Smoked Salmon,
White Cabbage, Poultpy.
what it is without attempting to
infuse any red carnations ia too
At a Hpot on tho side of Mauna
Loa is a hill rather a knob suoh as
your Honolulu round top.
To tho right of this
and about 3000 feet from
tho summit of Mtuua Loa tho
lava made its appearaooo bud at
first flowed toward Knu, thon an
other stream emerged and dirooC
od its course toward tho Volcano
house, ami Inter Micro was a
short ehoot in tho direction of
Mauna Kea but at a distance of a
half milo the view of this wai ob
slructed by tho high ridgo which
piles up from tho foot hills of
Mauna Loa. Boyoud tho seem
ing termination of th's light hand
flow the fountains play.
Tho glow from this combined
disolav furnishes licht for the
gtu-sts of tho Volcano homo. This
Bhort right hand flow which seem
ingly terminates where tuo ytuon
is obstructed is tho star perforator
of thd attraction and can be seen
in all its glory from Hilo or from
eleven miles. At tho latter place
you get a full viow of tho three
ring circus for tho price of one.
The long flow gurgles and splash
ea at the source and theu with a
rush glides down tho slope toward
the flow of '81. Just now it is
entering tho clear apace of uu
wooded ground and will find no
obstruction in its course to the
soa. Tho topography qf tho coun
try leads mo to b-liovd that its
destination is Hilo and that it
will not talw nine mouths as in
Q1 tr. nn tvar Mm rntllfV Old
timers say it has covered more
ground in tho last three dayB
than it did it in two w?ok in '81,
and there iB more of it.
From Hilo it would B'ein tint
a strip over thu Kaaunna r ad to
the end and then by trail to the
big flow it the best course but ibis ia
a mistake; tho bast way is via the
Volcano Ilou-o, thon by the Ship
man trail for fourtoeu miles to
plane. I got this information from
Mr Shipmun, who is well acquain
ted with tho crouod, and who has
soon a number of flows. A guide
is necessary iu any event.
A party starts today, and expect
to return iu four days. The cost
of tho trip to be S'20 from Hilo.
This is tho first party to ondoavour
to roauh the flow, but mora, will
follow. They will talto the routo
nioutioned above. Tho Volcano
House had 75 guests Thursday
night, mostly Hilo people.
11.30 a.m. Saturday : A tolophone
from Volcano Hoaeo says: "Flow
on Kau sido subsiding. Big fire
iu orator of Makuawooweo, and
tho fountains on mountain side
playing in great force. Cannot
see flow on Hilo sido on account
of tho obstructing ridge. Last
night parties at 11 miles roportod
it making headway."
Thought that Californlans' Departure
Tale of Trouble In Agulnaldo's Camp
or Manila Will Open-Rainy
aa regards labor. Senators Col-
lom and Morgan and Congressman
Hilt must ltad the fight iu Con
gress for a territorial government
in Hawaii; Thoy expoct some
opposition, and thoy naturally
want to be woll grounded in all
facts and figures rolativo to tho
Islands Bince tho Commission
held its sessions here. Thero are
several Govornraeutal matters I
is doput'zed to look into, but tho
labor businags is the moat impor
"I also have letters from Drr
1'ritotiett, of tho coast survey,
authorizing investigation on
matters that ho wirihos given im
mediate attention. 1 shall ask the
captains of tho intoriulaud steam
ers to make reports on tho hidden
dnugora or roofs along the island
cjabt that aro not on the charts.
This work is sort of preliminary
to tho arrival of tho coast survoy
ship Pathfinder, whioh will pro
uably bo horo early in Uctouer."
Mauila, July 3, 6:' 5 p.m.--Ro-portB
havo been received bore of
an outbreak in tho Island of
Negros, incident upon the depart
ure of the California Regiment for
homo. Some hostile natives,
soeinc a company of soldiers at
ono of the small poets preparing
to depart, thought tho American"
were evacuating the island, mid n
party of 2-30 rebels, mostly Uolo
men, attneked tho troops, and
killed one miu ami wmn l"d
another belonging to Company E.
The Filipinos wero easily driven
Med Prisonsr in Ignorance or What
Disposed to Consider Hhs Wife as Thoughtless
Knows Nothing o Work In His
Behalf for Four Years.
The transport Sherman will
bring the California troopi to
Manila bofore starting for San
The transport Grant will soon
embark tho Colorado regiment.
Now Eit"bllihlnir Oorrnuint.
Manila, July 2. AccordiugJo
too latest roports trom tue pro
vinco of Cuvito tho intorgeut
leauors mero aro quarreling
Aguinaldu'ii cousin, Baldeuier
Aguioaldo, has bpun killed or im
prisoned by General Mariano
Trias, commandor of the insur
gents in tho southern department
of Luzon, and most of hit mou
havo desorted to Trias, who iB now
at Sun Francisco de la Malnbnu.
Yesterday General Lwvton an J
Professor Worcester, of tho Coin-
mission, vidited tho principal
I am liTe. 1 am not
than a corpse, but
Mr Ray on hoaring of volcanicftwnB.in ; the province of CavitM
outbreak said that ho should go to
Hawaii on tbo nrst steamer.
TUB AMKllIC MARU.
llnrlc from Nchonl,
Among tho passengers in tbo
Australia this morning were Will
Roth, Willie Ruwliue the
two Judd boys ami W.
B. Godfrey Jr. Tho last thioo
young men are from Yale and
Will Roth is from the Oakland
high eohool. They have leturncd
homo to spond thoir eumraor vacation.
The overdue Oriental liner Am
erica Mnru anchored outiide tho
harbor at au early hour this
morning. Sho brings a largo
cargo and Bovoral passongers for
this port, but as yet no mail, or
advices for her agents havo been
A speoial racetincr of tho Board
of Hotltu waB held at 2p. m. to
dav to disouss matters iu connec
tion with the S. S. America Maru.
Dr. Wood reported a visit to tho
eteamor this morning. A China
man in the purser's depirtment
died of the plagu? in Yokohama.
A Japanese sailor was also taken
down but getting better when the
steamer left for Honolulu. Tho
ship was passed at Kobe although
the casn of the Ohiunroau appear
ed somewhat suspicious Thuro
was uo more sickness on tho way
over. Dr. Wool wont all over the
ship. Thero aro only a fow cases
of fever. The ventilation in soma
placps for the steamor is not good,
it would seem haTd to make auro
of total disinfection.
Nearly all the paaSongors WOro
taken aboard at Yokohama. It
was a significant faot that plague
dov?Iopcd after the regular period
of incubation as tho Amorio
Maru left Hongkong on Juno 13,
Amoy on the 4th and arrived in
Yokohama on tho 23d, when the
first caso appeared. This was a
period of nino days after leaving
the last Chinese port or two days
over tho regular period of inuuba
tiou. Tho Board voted that both cabin
and stporngo passengers bo allow
ed to land on quarantine island.
It was Boventooii days biuco tho
death ot the Chinaman at Yoko
hama. The passongers would
havo to remain four days moro in
quarantine. This rankos twenty
one days, tuo regulation already
adopted by tho Board.
Tho Board is still in soasjon as
tho Bulletin goes to press.
On To Manila gives a splendid
photograph of the tlag and calabash
presented to the Charleston by the
late Queen Dowager.
out ot wuiou tuo natives were r
contly driven, Their ohM pur
pose was to direct the elections of
the FresideuU of limn. Ltakoor,
and 1'arauque, Kud Las Tiuai
Urtder tho municipal system thus
inaugurated tho Presidents or the
Mayors of tho towns aro empowor
ed to appoint minor officials and
to levy taxes, which are to bo ex
pended solely in publio improve
ments. Tomorrow Ihn nntilin nMinnla in
Manila will open, and it is ex
pected that there will be 5000 chil
dren in attendance.
Tho rain has fallen almost con
tinuously for niuo days. It Iisr
boon a tromondous downpour nnd
tho whole oouutry is flooded Tho
trenches at Sau Fernando are
filled with water and the mud U
knee deep iu tho tomporary oimp?
in eoveral.of the outlying towns.
Home ot tne permanent camps
have been made fairly oomfor ta
ble by tbo erection of bamboo
shelters, roofed and floored. The
transport Hancock, winch left
yesterday with the 1st Nbraekii
Infautry nnd Batterioa A and U
of the Utah Light Artillery, and
the trnuBport Senator, which car
tica the Pennsylvania troops, will
remain several days at Kugasaki
and Yokohama, Japan.
CAPTAIN HTTEIlI,b'K DUAU.
Now York, Jnly 2. - A World
cable from RoniuK FayH: From
ro'ntivoi anil friends of Mm-.
Droyfns I havo obtained deta Is uf
her interviow with her husband
yeflterdny. When the cell door
opened for Mmo. Dreyfus and her
companion, Mmo. Havel, the cap-
tniu ot tue nuard wau ordered to
witnefs and hear everything.
Mmp.DreyfuB flew to htr husband
with tho singlo pi'reinu cry. "Al
fred!" Sho claped him in her
arms. Droyfus ni d mntHw-r,
uo stop forward. Uo romn'neit pa4
Hivo iu her embrtiiv, lo -Id up l..wn
on the"head of his wifi si bbiug
against Ihh brpnst. Tbi-io was still
between tlwm n burlier of four
years of cxilo and nu my such as
perhaps nn other living man has
endured. While pushing his wife
hick gontly to look at her face,
here I am."
"Don't you recognize me ?
Lucii, Luoio, your wife!"
' Of course, I rpci'gu'ze jou," he
replied at last. "I am sick, not in
aane." Mmo. Drovfus molted into a
parnxyam of Icnn and Bnhs.
Dreyfus accused hN relatives of
having neglected him. He hue not
the faiutest conception of what
ihey havo dono for him, of the im
portance his casn has acquired
urd that the attention' of tb"on?utlre
world U fixed upon him
Captain Droyfus believed that
Fauro was still President of
Franco, He considered his return
tho result of ordinary prccedjljits
and suppa3ed it was easily ohiui"
od. Ho shows much resentment
for the ovirity showu him on the
ship and in prison, showing deti
nue at ti up. Whan a goudarrao
informed him that the interview
WHS over ai tue expiration ot an
hour nnd a quarter, be cried,
"MoiiRit'iir, call me Captain Drey
fus. I nm Oaptniu ugain until an
ther lotcf foolsdt'croeotherwise."
Ho fioemed to distrust his wife,
nud it was not until n second in
terview that he eofteued and
caressed her. Ho was nugry that
his.uhildren hd not come t him.
Charged Willi Mimlrr. '
Kuuhi, the nativo recently com
mitted before Judge Atkins of Ko
hala to tho Ootolter term of tho
Circuit Court, Third Circuit, on
thoclmrgoof minder iu first de
gree, arrived iu the Kiuau Sunday
n"d has boeu sent to Onhu juil for
Kau''i is accused of
A telophono megflnco'.wni rr-
coived at Camp McKiritev todn
about 12 o'clock nnnoilnclnn the
death of Captain Charles. 13. Sat-
terleo of tho Sixth Artillery and
battery commanding officer of B it
tory "K" at this post.
Captain Satterleo had not hoen
Bick more than ten days and hud a
caso of brain disease. His mili
tary record is as follows: Appoint
ed a cadet to the military academy
July 1, 1872, -from tho Sinto of
Pennsylvania and graduated Juno
15, 1870, commissioned a Heooud
lieutenant of tho third artillery
Ho leaves a wife and one child
who aro at present in FortretB
Monroe, Va. The arrangoraont for
tuo tuuerai will be lumlo later.
"Tha MDilvru Jew."
"The modern Jew" will bo tho
subject of n lecture by tha Rubbi
Levy in tho Y. M. G. A. hall,
Tuobday ovoninc. Julv 11. Ad.
I mission will be fifty couts.
A grand musicale for tho
bcuefi' of the Olivp Brauch Reba
kali Lodge, I. O. O F, will
bo givon in Piogiosi hall ou Fri
day eveuing.Jnly H '1 ho Ama
tour Oxcheatfa wJll hp under' tha
leadorahip of Mr Wray Taylor,
which fact aloud 'Ru 05 the 6iic
oefH of the ontertai mem.
A rune onrt cntAM or tartar powat
Highest Honors, World's Fall
dold Medal, Midwinter Fall
AyoIiI nuking l'mnliTA cuiilalalD
kluiu. They nre lujurloui to healtk
mikte;jhtmm 1 -,.-
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