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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 15, 1890.
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potaclicd by OcnonrI Kont" fo nsaUt
Iltuvklnn. but owing to tlio crowded
road hud not got iuto position iu tinio to
eliurgo with tliu Sixth nuil Sixteenth,
tlowovtr, it lost under tlio flro nt tlia
creek ninl nlso iu ascending tbo hill
fcloso upon (be licelx ot tbo other regi-
Mcnimlillo what of tlio crest south-
to'est of tbo bloclflioufco, tbo region
kvhich teems to lmvo been most ensy for
attack by tlio Spnuinrds? Kent's Second
Lrlguilo, uurior I'earuou, nstiaforo stated,
ind onlor to rest itR left upon a green
cuoll on tlio h.uno ridgo with a block-
bouto (100 yards south. With that Pear-
ton's ordcrH stopped. When this bri-
gndo. coiiHNting of tlio Second and
i.'eiith, croEFod tho creek, tbo flro bad
Fomuwhnt abated. Still tho buttlo wni
foariugon tliu right nud miuii were drop-
filug nil nniuud. WikofT wus lying dead
n tbo bed of tlio stream. In order to
(advance it was necessary to break the
lino into columns of fours. Tho water
fwns two to three foot (loop and tho I
liankn lined with thiok brush. Entering
5ho Hold, tbo column was struck by a
licavy flro, but it swopt on, passing San '
vJr.-in lilnchlmuHo on tbo left of Wikoff's '
nud Hnwklim' troops, driving tho Span-'
rfnrdti fiom bill to hill to their trcnulins I
Jpvcr tbo croet. Taking position on tho
crest nt a dlstiiuco vurying form 400 to
fl.OOO yards from tho aiHaucud Spanish
trenches and batteries, tbo brigndo held
ut against a torribluflro. Tho men lay
own under tbo shelter of tho crest and
red steadily, not having timo to in-
Tho ozprricnco of Pearson is an ox.
inplo ot tho complications that may
impel n Eubordlnato to auticipate his
ijpuiof. After tho brigade hnd established
Stroll on the front lino, to tho left of
i tlio captured blockhouse, ono of Kent's
Uldti camo up with uu ordor to Pearbon
So niako tbu very move ho had already
tbarriod out. During tho day Kent had
modified his original orders to Pearson.
If is of courbo ImpoHsiblo to dopiot
tho condition of tho troop? in tbo Hue
vrbcii night closed in. Words fail to ox
fnrc&s it. Tbo heat wis awful; tho men
Kvere soaked through nud through; they
(bad had no fond since- morning and no
ijirepared ti cul thou and hud none that
night, pycepting iu a fow cases where
jiauks weio brought up from tho bed of
tho creek en tho shoulders of already
vroruont soldiers. Tbo ground was very
Iiaid, Loingjomposed .in some peaces ot
fcolcareons FocU. Thuro wim do grum-
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Hlalory of Hnwa'inn Islands,
from their cliecovory to tbo pro-c-ont,
timp, by Prof. Alexander.
Tho ou'y work puliliohod covering
,lkia fmnort. Forsnlq.only by th
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bling, no depre..lon of spirits, only de
termination to hold no, nud a wish for
upp rt, although, while tboy did not
kiio.- it, th. rp un nttio togio tliom.
Ml tlio infantry and catnlrywoio on
tho frout Hue nud tho only help to Le
looked for wai tbo conilin; of Lnwton
down tho III C'anuy road to thrtuten tbu
bpaulurds on tbo unprotected sido of
Law ton moved up, it's truo, hut not
until after uiidniglit mid then uin-ueii by
tbo .Spaniards, until ho reached their
pickets, about 000 yards from tho right
of tho cavalry lino on the crest, ns ho
foro stated. Thoro ho halted, and font
back to Sliaftur for renewal of orders.
Calls for support for tho troops in
trenched on tho San Juan ridgo had, of
courso, reached Shaf tor nt various times
during tbo afternoon tiud evening of tho
1st, and he told Lawton that ns things
stood tho quickest way t,o get iu position
in aid of Wheeler's lino was to counter
march to tho crossroads southwest of El
Catioy nud come hack to El Poto, tbeuco
to Sail Juan ridge.
Nothing deiluito has yet bean nmdo
known ns to tho strength of tho Span
iards ou Snn Juan ridgo. Tbo garrion
of Santiago Is placed nt 10,000 hoforo
tho much talkod of Paudo's column
reached tliorc. it would havo been pos
sihlo to liuvo sent half tho gurrieou or
in or o from tho maiu trenches to Sun
Juan ridge nftor it wus apparent that
tho Americans wero to attack there in
forco. Why Jt was not douo only tho
Spanish generals cau explain. A Frouch
rilllcer iu tho Spanish sorvico told ouo ot
his countrymen in tbo Third cavalry
that tho Spaniards woro amazed nt tho
persistency of tho Americans in push
ing forward against San Juan ridgo in
tho faco of tho pitiless firq which was
pourtd nt them nt tho crossing and
u bile ascending tho slopes. Ho nlso paid
that when tho Spanish troops weio
driven oei tho oust of tho ridgo tho
men In tbelr second lino had to hold
their 'Uro for fear of k4lliug friends, nud
that that resultod iu doniorall.lng them
riuito'ns much ns thoso driven out of tho
tiont tiinchca were demoralized by bo
lug com polled to beat n retreat; hence
there could bo no attempt ut it coun
ter charge, jnH ,ut tho Nino whui it
would 'be mom iflVctivo that if, ut the
(cry ujuuiejiL&l. AjinxlvjiU.euficeislJa
well known to lighting men that the
very moment of success and high exul
tation is tbo most dangerous for tho as
faulting column. Strength is exhausted
iu tbo effort to take n position, but once
tho victors havo timo to got breath nud
come to u full realization that tho posi
tion is theirs they will die in their
trucks beforo giving it up. Every mo
ment that tho Spaniards delayed coun
ter attack on Suu Juan ridge made the
Americans so much stronger.
Gboruu L. Kjuikic.
TO TEACH TUB CHINKSHJ.
Now Haven, Ooun., July 6.
Cbarlos S. Loivenwortb of Now
Haven, will leavo today for San
Francisco wbore bo will embark
for Shanghai, Obina He will be
gin bis dntiea as professor of his
tory at Nan Yang College, Shang
hai, the middle of August.
Mr. Loaven worth has been do
ing special work nt Yale. Hp will
be accompanied by Prof. Stiles,
formerly of Columbia, who is to
take charge of the department of
economics in the Shanghai Uni
versity. Nan Yang Collego is supported
by the Chinese Government and
every graduato is given a porition
in the service of tho Government.
McKlnlry Will Hand Wlireler.
Washington, July C. President
MoEinley told a 'delegation of
Southern Congressmen who oall
ed UDon him todav that it was bia
intention to send General Wheeler!
to tbo rniupptnes at an early date.
Ho also said that he did not think
that more than the 10,000 troops
upon would bo
KducaMoa Unrd Mfotlnir.
Tho oommissionors of Eduoa-,
Hon had a short rooetiDg Thurs
day aftornoon for the considera
tion of applications and resigna
tions. Nine resignations wuro ac
epted and forty-seven applica
tions wero turned over to tho com
mittee on teaobors and examina
tions. Exhibits for the summer
eobool are beginning to nrrive.
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