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"On to Manila "
A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
Vol. VII. No. 1289.
HONOLULU, H. I., PEIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1899.
OHIO CARRIES 700 MORE
RECORD RUN TO KAHUKU
ASSASSINATED AT MOCCA
HILO YOUNG LADY WEDDED
EXCITEMENT ON AMPHITRITE
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Price 5 Cents. M9
Although the U. 8.. A. transport
Ohio left San Franclsoo savored
hours before the Newport, she did
not arrive here until about 6
o'clock last night.
8lw brourtht eovoral bans of
mail, and has aboard a total of
724 enlisted men; two companies
of the Nineteenth Infantry, num
tinrincr 24G men. aud 478 recruits
for the army of the Phtlippinea.
Tim men of tho Nltioteenth Infan
try can tell stories of their experi
ences in Porto Rico. Tbey came
over the continent by fast trains
to San Francisco.
Several Red Gross nursosaro
aboard. The rooruits come chiefly
from the Sooth.
Tho Ohio will attempt to get
away tomorrow to Manila. She
takes aboard about 200 tons of
coal at this port
Tho officers on board tho Ohio
Maj. 0. J. Sweet. 23d Inft., com'
mandinc: Cant. 0. L. Collins and
wife, 23d Iuft.; Oapt. H. L. Ro
berts. 19th Inft. : Lieutenants
Ernest Hagedorn, 16th Inft., tran
sport quartermaster and commis
sary; J. M. Graham, 10th Inft.jS.
"W. Noyos, 23d Inft., adjutant; T.
R. Lang, 9th lift-: J. L. Von
Solmhik, 4th Inft.; W. O. Wright,
19th lurt.; W. E. Kent, 23d Iuft.;
Vf. E. Hunt,. 19th Inft.; Surgeous
T. E. Driswoll. U. S. A.; O. L.
Hicks, U. S. A ; W. Lawrence,
commissary clerk; G. O. Schnei
der, qaartermiister'n clerk. Missos
Duckworth, McOloud, Ridley,
Mnoauley, and Mahlun, Govern
The ollicers of the ship are
Gapt. W. J. Boggs; Grst officer,
Charles Baring ; second officer,
F. Hellberg; third officer, T. H.
Lyon; fourth officer, O. O. Moore;
chief eugineor, O. I Gallagher;
Crst assistant, Johu Jaokson; pur
ser, 13. F. Herges; steward, A.
The ObiOiia old in the transport
service This is hor fifth (rip to
The following was telephoned
the Bulletin by its representa
tive on the spjeial train that made
a record run down tho lino this
The pross was well represented
on the Oahu Riilway and Land
Go.'a special train that went down
tho road to tho Eahuku terminus
Seoretary D. A.Ray was aboard,
also Mr. Walker, of tho Santa Fe
R.R., Mr. Ridgeway, his private
secretory; Mr. Ooleman, of the
X. M. U. A., and about 3D Ubineso
and JapanoBO newspaper men.
tug run irom raonoiuiu to roan
OLD GLORY FOR SCHOOLS
Geo. fl. De Long Post, No. 40, VIII
Supply American Flags.
Proposition Approved by Board of Education
Flag Day School Teachers Appointed
for Island of Hawaii.
Manila with troops.
Oily, a distance of llg milen, was
made in 20 minutes; to Ewa, a
dibtanco of 17 miles, in 30 minutes.
Waianae was reached in 54 3-10
minutes, the fnstest previous time
being Gl minutes, and the sched
ule timo 90 minutes.
On the arrival of tho apodal at
Eahuku a stop of 15 minutes was
made, and on tho party's return to
Waialua they were mot by Mana
ger laukea, of the Waialua Hotel,
where thoy wore givou a fine lun
cheon. Tho run to tho ond of tho lino,
Kuhuku. was made in two hours
and five minutos, tho previous
fastest timo beiag three hours.
Eugtnoer Petrio handled the
throttle on today's record-breaking
The lunch, which was a very
fine one, was served in tho rpgular
dining hall of the hotel. It was
enj yed by all present. J. i.
Austin proposed a toast to the
"New Hotel" and Manager
laukea. Oolonel laukea re
sponded. Mr. Ray called on
Mr. Walker of the Santa Fo 11.
R., and bb responded in a very
noat speech. "Tho Press" was
responded to by Edmund Norrie
of the Independent. Tho party
left (or Honolulu at z p. m.
On To Manila devotes an inter
esting chapter to the reception of
American troops in Honolulu.
General Herreux, President of Domini
can Republic, Is No More.
Latest News of the World by Aorangl
Difficulties la China Situation In
BETHEL : STREET,
At yesterday's moeting of tho
Board of Education, a commu
nication was read from tho Geo.
W. Do Long Post, No. '45, of
tho G. A. ltR.,' requesting the
authorization of the Board for
the hoisting of tho Amorican
flag on the school bouses of
theso Islands by tho local post
of tho G. A. R, that body to
bear all tho espouses of flags,
Tho proposition of the Goo.
W. De Long Post was approved
by the members of tho Board
of Education and tho seoretary
was directed to communicate
with tho members of the G. A.
R., to that effect.
The post also desired the
sotting apart of ono day every
year, to bo known as flag day,
to tho bettor advantage of the
inculcation of patriotism in tho
minds of tho sohool-childron.
This part of the ommunication
was laid on tho tablo to be aoted
upon in tho future.
Tho mombera of tho Board
heartily approved the proposition
of the Grand Army men, and, as
one of thorn reuiarkod "that P. O.
Jones' Fourth of July oration had
already bad good effect."
When the schools opan oirly in
September, then, tho Stars and
Stripes will mark each school
house in tho land.
The other business tranftaoted
was the assignment of a number
of teachers to positions -for the
ensuing-school years. Tho list,
as handed in by tho toacbers'
committee, was not completely
acted upon, owing to adisousnon
which arose regarding pay rolls
The Board was informed by
Ministtr Mott-Smith that aftor
this year there would have to be a
general cut in all salaries, in order
that the law bo complied with.
TboBe present at the meeting
wero: Prosident Mott-Smith. J.
Q. Wood, Inspector General Town-
sond, Professor Alexander, H.
von Holt and Deputy Inspector
T. H. Gibson.
Tho report, so far as aoted upon
and approved, was as follows:
Pohakupuka School Nicholas
Hskalau Miss Margaret Rice,
in placo of Miss Martin, trans
ferred to Haaheo.
Onomea Miss Ellen E.Poarce,
in placo of Mrs. E. "Weight, re
signed, Hilo Union Miss Louisa Deyo,
in place of Miss Thurston, trans
Upper OIna Miss Agnes Hill,
assistant to Mrs. Hill,
Paboa Manuel J. Soares, in
place of E. R Gibson, resigned,
Waiobinn L. R. Medeiros,
transferred from Waipio; Mies
Mary Silva, assistant.
Kailura Miss Kanoho, in place
ofjMiss" Anna Kaaloa, transferred.
: Wniraea S. O. Biddell, trans-
forred from Kaauhuhu, in place
of W. Vredouberg, rosiguod.
Waipio B. Brightwoll, in placo
of L. R. Medeiros, transferred.
Eaaubuhu A. J. Wilson, trans
ferred from Milolii.
Honokaa J. B, Riokard, in
place of J. Vicente, resigned;
Florence Rickard assistant.
Professor Alexander tondored
his resignation from tbo commit
tee on selecting a suitable site for
the Reform School as ho is soon
to leave for the States.
Largest French UatMeililp.
Brest, July 25. Tho battloship
Suffren was launched hero today,
She is tho largost ship in tho
French Navy, being of 12,600 tonB
Hiss Esther Lyman to W. G. Llllibrldge
at Madison, Wis.
Bride, a Daughter of Senator Lyman -Groom
a Stock Raiser of Akron, Iowa W. W.
Chamberlain Tells of the E?ent.
Detachment of Marines Sent Aboard to
Assist Deputy Marshal.
Report of Matlny Tronblc Between Captain An-
derson and Men Latter Wanted to go
Ashore for Clothes.
Vancouver papers of July 27,
received in tho' Aorangi this
morning coutain tbo following
lato telegrams of important hap
penings the world over:
Fort de Franco, Island of Mar
tinique, July 2G. Genoral Uly
sses Honrreux, Prosident of the
Dominican Republic, was assassi
nated at Mocca at half-past four
o'clock this afternoon. The
namo of the. murdoror is Ramon
(Jaceres.. tie succeeded in ma
king bis escape, bat an onergotic
pursuit was at once begun, and
it is probable that he will soon
bo captured. Yice-Presidont
Genoral Figuero immediately as
sumed the direction of affairs.
The remains of tho President
will probably be taken to San
Domingo for tbo funeral ser
Peking, July 2C In connec
tion with tho pending treaty
negotiations! with regard to tho
measure of fiuaucUl control to
be accorded to Japan, in rfttnrn
for the re organisation of the
Ghinoso Army by Japaueso
officials, in high Guinoso circles
it is believed that the difficul
ties cannpt bo surmounted.
Princo Ohing and tbo Dowager
Empress aro tho principal ad
visors of tbo treaty. Others,
though approving any arrange
ment that would bo likoly to
Bocuro China from foroign ag
1rojBion. nre -fearful that the
treaty might involve
W. W. Ghamborlain, of Hono
lulu, who ia sponding bis vacation
in Madison, Wis., writes as fol
lows of tho marriago of Mibb
On Tuesday afternoon, July 18,
at 8:30 o'clock, Miss Esther Ly
man, daughter of Senator Lyman
of Hilo, Hawaii, was united in
marriage to Mr. W. G. Lillihridgo,
a stock raisor of Akron, Iowa. Tho
simple and beautiful ceremony
was couduotcd by Dr. J. D. But
ler of this city, au ncod gentleman
past eighty, who took a special in
terest in tne bride, as ho bad bo
como acquainted with bor grand
father aud othor of tho early mis
sionarios during his visit to the
islands 30 years ago. He, at that
timo, prophesied tho ovontuil an
nexatiou of Hawaii to the' U in toil
States, and was especially pleased
to be ablo to offoot this new an
nexation of Hawaii to tho Duited
Tho marriage coromony took
laco in the parlors of Dr. F. A.
iyman, the bride's brother, who
is a practising physician in this
Berlin, July 26. Tha National
Zitung publishes an artiale, con
taining information as to tho pro
ceedings of tho Commission ap
pointed to considor and decide up
on tho Samoan question, in which
it says: " The English wanted to
establish a forco of 800 men, und
er iijDglisu command, to maintain
order. The Commission was un
able to agree to tho proposition,
but oonsontod to establish a peace
force of xuuu moo, drawn equally
from the two native parties, under
command of their officers, not con
corned in tbo recent events. In
accordance with this agreement,
an English and a German lieuteu
ant will eaoh havo oharge of COO
men, under tho superintendence
of an Amorican captain."
Johannesburg, July 26. A ru
mor is current here, that tho Raad
at llrat rofused to accept Prosident
Krugor's resignation, only by tho
Chairman's casting voto. Anyway
the Dynamite Company appears
to be alarmed at tbo apparent do
termination of tho Volkiraud to
cancol its monopoly. The Volks
raad adjourned today's disousBion
of tho Company'a proposals, and
it is stated that tbo Executive
Council at Pretoria haa adopted
the .now distribution proposal, Riv
ing the Witwaters and Goldtiolde
ton members in tho VolksrHad, in
stead of four and an additional six
members for Klorksdrop, Hoidel
berg and Petchefstroom.
An immonso moeting of Uit
landers, hold tonight here, adopted
resolutions donouncing tho Fran
chieo Law as wholly inadoquato,
and demanding effeotivo guaran
tees and a proper redistribution
UurUl or the Trwitch.
St. Petersburg, July 20. Tho
body of tho Tsarowitoh was in-
terred today, in tho Cathedral of
8t. Poter and St. Paul, in the
presenco of tho Tsar, tho Dow-ager-Einpross
and other raembors
of tho Imperial family, and
Princo Waldoinar, of Denmark.
city. Promptly at 3:30 o'clock, the
brido, on the arm of her father,
and preceded by littlo three your
old Franoes Lyman, bearing a
basket filled with sweet peas in
which was thering,pa48od through
tho bell shaped arch of smilax
and Inasturtiums which divided
the parlors, on to the bay window
above wniou bad been erected a
canopy formed of-nsn netjotor-
vowen with delicato vines among
which like stare, woro scattorod
oiarcueritos and nasturtinms, and
took'their stood dirootlv beneath a
minaitnro silk uSmraock intertwin
ed with smilax and filled with
marguorites. At tho same timo tho
groom advanced from tho hallway
through a passaue drapod with
fish net interwovon with vineH
Tho bride was attired in a
charming dress of white orgaudip,
hor only ornament being a white
rose worm in her hair. She carried
besides tho usual bouquet of
bride's roses, a beautiful bamboo
fan mado in Hilo and presented
to hor by her mother for this purpose.
Tuo wedding coromony wun
briof and simple but beatiful and
impressive rs tbo agod Dr. Batter
understands so well to maka it It
was strictly a quiet wadding and
the docorations throughout pro
IUBO Wfi u.j inamj m i rH!j;"
and produced a lovely effect ren
dered doubly so by numbers of
potted palm scattered through tin'
rooraB. After rocoiviug congratula
tions, all rotired to tho dining
room and partook of au olegaut
Those present wero tho brideV
father, Sonator Lyman of Hilo,
Dr. and Mrs, F. A. Lyman
and W. W. Oharahorlain of Hi
nolnlu, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Ives
of Pecatonica, III., cousins of li n
bride: also Mr. aud Mrx. A. A. Aid
riuti, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B, Aid
rioli and Mrs. Nellie Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Lillihridgo took
their departure foi Chicago, amid
tho usual showorsof ricoold Bhoeu
and wiahos of prosperity atil hap
piuoss; aftor remaining in Chica
go a few days thoy leave fur thair
future homo in Akron, Inwa.
U. H. N. Dm...
London, July 25, At the
launching of tho British battle
ship Yengoinco, at Barrow-in-Furness,
today, Lientenaut Dav
son aunounood that Viokers, Son
& Maxim had recoivtul an ordor
from the United States for a uum
bor of six inch guns, which wero
tobe adopted foruBo.in the Am
Tbo British ensign turnod upside-down
on tho ship Amphi.
trite this morning cuirsod a lot of
gossip on tho water front and a
hurtled "visit to tho ship by De
puty Marshnl Ohillingwortb.
Reports of mutiny, aangvinary
and terrible, bonu to mako thoir
way up town. A boatload of
marines from tho U. S. S. Iro
quois was despatched to. tho assis
tauoo of tho Deputy Marshal.
On his arrival the captain waB
found on the poop ohattiui' with a
cnuploof friends and it was found
that the trouble arose from a
demand made by some of tho mon
to be allowed to come asuoro and
got recoipts for co-its of court pMd
by tliom and to get tuom wiutor
clothoB for the trip around-tho
Horn, which iu to bogiu todty.
I'ho clothes had boon loft ashore,
Tho captain refused to lnt thorn
Wbeu tho Deputy Marshal
found what all tho row was about
ho remonstrated with Oapt. Au
derson, a Swede, in tno3t of
tho modoru, soma of the (load
and all the "profano languages.
Th'j mon who wanted to go
ashoro were allowed to go with
Oapt. Harry Evam. They got
what thoy wuuted and roturned
to the ship.
IIOUUIIT HAW MIAN HLEWHIC.
Mr. McOaudless of MoGaadlees
Bros., together with eight or tea
others, formiug a syndicate, have
purchased GOO shares of tho stock
ul the Hawaii-m EloMrio Com--,
ptuy, Limited, from the prosidoat.
V. i. Irwin,
Mr. MoOandloss lnforiueil a
UrjLT.EriN roportor that tbiogs
wore not at present in a sufficieut-
ly advanced stato to givo out any
information, hlo would Bay, how
ever, that tho Pooplo's Ico aud
Refrigerating Co., Ltd., would
probably take over ruuoh of tho
Inspector Mtiutulay this morn
ing arroated Auuustub Harris, car
penter on tho Australia, with two
tins of opium iu his possession.
One tin was found in hi hat tho
other concealed in tho bottom of
hU shirt. A search in his room
rovoalod eight more tins in tho
man's trunk, Harris is looked up
at the Station houeo.
!llaln 1'itlkor Gi.I Darurr,
Captain P.irker of tho police
''orce j,'uessod the closest to tho
weight ot the alligator poar at
Nolto'-t reatourauf and received
tho fruit as a prize. T h:? vxuot
weight was 2 pounds 8 ounces and
Onptttin Park r's guess was 2
pound 5 oiiiiim'h.
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