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mcninicy and the Flog. h
Long Branch, N. J., August 25.
In a speech at Ocean Grove this
afternoon PrcslJent McKlnley ex-
nl.llnpil hie. Phtllnnln nntt-,. W.
said in part: js
I have come to pay my respects K
to the Ocean Grove Association S
and to thank It for the magnificent 3
work It has done In the past and 8
for the still greater work which It ft
will accomplish In the fdture. Piety ft
and patriotism go well together. fi
fc Love of the flag and love of the k
lummy uic IIUl IIIIUHSIMEIH Willi fe
g our religious faith. I think we have g
S more love for our country and more g
Sj people love our flag than ever did w
m uciurc, anu wnerever mat nag is 9
k raised It stand, tint for .Ucnntlcm 3
-v and oppression, but for llbertv. on- 3
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that flag lias done for us we want It
to do for all peoples and all lands
which by the fortune of war have
come within IK InrUillrilnn
k That flag does not mean one
g thing in the United States and an
3 other thine In Porto Rico and the
Thew hn hr-r-n rinnht fvnreci.r1
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of (he Government respecting the k
K Philippines- I can see no harm in S
statins it In this Dresenre
stating it in mis presence. Peace
Slirst, then, with the charity of all, S
an established government of law
& and order, protecting life and pro-
K perty, and oc upatlon for the well- k
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win luuitifuic unucr ine oiars anu o
Stripes. Now, I have said more H
than I Intended to, I onlv want to
e express, In conclusion, the pleasure e
k It hn Crlvn tn in Innl ntn tl. k 1
" vn tjiapniia "
S faces of this great assembly of Me- kj
thodists and the pl-asure It has 3
given me to receive your most gra S
. ft cious and splendid wtlcome. fe
WHEELER IN THE FIELD
Manila, August 29, 0:10 p. m.
Goueml Whcoler has been onlored
to report to General MoArthur.
He will 1)0 givon command of
Genernl Fuustou's brigade, which
Colonel Liecum has commanded
tompornrily. Goneral Whoolerwill
prooecd to San Fernando tomor
row, after having spout u week in
energetically visiting the lines.
General Wheeler said to a rep
resentative of tbo Associated
Piess: ''I am much pleased with
the situation. I think tbat wbon
Major General Otis gets more
troops hero, be will make rapid
progress Tin country is more
favorable for military operations
than I supposed. Tbe impression
tbat the country is unhealthy is
Tbe railroad to Angeles will bo
rostored witbin a week and Gen
oral MoArthur will advaioo his
headquarters to tbat place.
m m m
novstan imihol, changes.
Ssm Leslie baa been coramiB
sioed second lieutenant in tbe
Mounted Patrol. Leslie is cer
tainly a good oboiotf for tbo piece
Ho is a Hteady going youog fellow
who bns til ways lioeu known to at
tend strictly to bis duties.
Second Liouten-mt (tollman has
been coin missioned first lioutou
ant. Antone Fernandez, formerly
captain of polico in Hamakua bas
boen givou a position on tbe
mounted patrol aa a private.
No Cricket T''morrr.
As the Honolulu Cricket Olub
will bo unable to got together an
eleven to-morrow, on account of
proisure of business among tbe
mombers, it has boon necessary to
postpone tin match game between
tbo club aud tbe H. R. Roborts'
team on Saturday ns Honolulu
orioketers are much interested in
Nn Alnbam Trlnl.
Philadelphia, August 28.--Tbe
Uultod States battleship Alabama
started on hot buildoro' trip at
2:30 o'clock this morning. She
went as far as Delaware Break
water to-uight and will pass out
to sea to-morrow morning, wbon
the regular speod test will begin.
New Subscribers to the Bulletin for Three Months or More
A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
TRANSPORT CITY OF PUEBLA
In Port En Route to Manila With
651 Enlisted Men.
Captain Dcvort Id Command of Troops
Other Officers Pleasant Passage From
the Coast Four Dajs Later News.
Six hundred and fifty-ono en
listed men, rooraits for various
infantry, cavalry and artillery
organizations of the Army of tbe
Philippines are on board tbo U.
S. A. Transport City of Puobla
which arrived in this port early
this morning from San Francisco.
on routo to Manila.
The Gity of Puebla loft San
Francisco at 5 o'clock in tbe after
noon of TueBdav. Anmiat '-OHi
bringing four days later news
from tho Const, aud experiencing
a fair weather pssaae all the wnv
Tbe transnort in not n lnmu
boat, however, and rolled rnnoiHnr
ably, causing a grent deal of sea
sickness among tho soldiers during
the firnt few d tys out.
Captain D. ii. Devort is in
etimmaud of the recruits, the
other militnrv nflu'iun alumni ..
Chaplain Charles V. Freelaud;
Lieut. H. A. lliploy; Lieut. W.
B. Cowiu; Lieut. V. E. Mould;
Surgoou F. Weaver; Surgeon M.
S Simpson and Surgeon D. Mo
Lnmi. Other passougors are
elerke M. Josepnsou, W. N.
Piuknton and Honry Pago.
Chaplain Freoland was for eight
yearH at Fort Monroe, Virginin,
ho will be assigned to regimental
serviops in tbe Philippines.
Lieuteuaut Cowiu distinguished
bimnelf in tbe volunteer service
at El Gunov in the late war. wan
captain and color sargeaut, and
....,:.,. i ii. nrrpr "-. i.'
"uni'ou iup jciiuw it-ver, ue was
niui-tort-d out with bis regiment,
and now in tbe regular service
goes to report to General Bates.
Lieutenant Ripley served in tbe
35th Michigan Volunteor Regi
mentj Lieutenant Mould was a
sargeaut in the 33rd Michigan
and servod in tho Santiago cam
paign. Dr. Weaver was an acting sur
geon in the "President's Own"
Regiment and sorved all through
Dr. Simpson was a surgeon in
the Navy for over ten years, re
signed just beforo tho beginning
of hostilities betweon the United
States and Spain, and was the
first volunteer surgeon appointed
when war was declared, at the
closo of tbe war bo gave up the
contract aud is now sorviug in
tbe regular army for the first
Dr McLean will stay in Hono
lulu, takiug tbe placo of Dr. Har
nitt who bas another assignment.
The City of Puebla has been in
tho transport service uow over a
vear, sho is tbo property of the
Pacific Coast 8. S. Co and plied
betwoeon San Francisco aud tbo
Souutl Purser H. W. Skinner
reports her a seaworthy aud fust
Ouo stowaway, n child of only 9
years shipped on tho Puebla, ovi
dently as a mascot; bo will bo
probably sent homo on the Aus
The transport stays here two
days to take on coal and will then
sail for Manila. Tho only cargo
for Honolulu is 30 kegs of beer.
POHTUUUKSU AUK WATCHFUL
Louronzo Marquez, Delogoa,
Aug. 2G." Several persons suspect
ed of beiug emissaries for tho
TransvHal Government bavo been
arreitod hero. Excitement prev
ails, and in view of a contemplat
ed Transvaal raid tho Portuguese
troops are kept in readiness for
New York, August 28. An im
portant agroomout has boon reach
ed to pull off tbo Jeffriea-Sharkoy
fight beforo the Oonoy Island
Sporting Olub this fall.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1899.
k Cnpt. Paul Smith Honored, k
Washington, August 28. Among k.
me appointments in the volunteer N
army announced today .Is the fol- jj
lowlnP! To h Clntnln. Paul 9mltli
S Captain First Regiment, National
? uuaru 01 nawan, t-ortieth. fa
II1DS FOU NCIIOOL, IIOIT8K.
The following list of tenders
for building various school houses
at differout places in tho islands
wera rocoived at tho office of Min
ister Mott-Smith tbb forenoon
J. A. Durant and F. Milnhnll
1 room School bouse. Kimnnlrnlnn
81)00; 2 room school bouso, Keo
koo, $1740; 1 room school house,
Papaa, 8. Kona, S840; 3 room cot
tage, Uiaa-kai, Wllb 3 room cot
lace. Peueekeo. SIOO: 2 rnnm
suuooi nouee, nonomu, 9I0IU.
H. K. Meomauo: 1 room school
Papaa. S. Knna, S1GG0; 1 room
school Mann, Kauai, l?l65';2rnom
subool Keokeo, Mtui, S2'jr0; 1
room school Kuiinuliiilim. iU.Ti-
tJ I J -WWM
3 room cetlago Olaa, Kai, 4'J.)U;
3 room cottago Pepoekoe, 84175;
2 room school Houomu, 82375.
J. Enckson: .'! room i-ntinrro
OIbb, Kai, S810; 3 room cottage
I'opeeKo, Bi)U; a room soUooI Ho
Ormond Carroll: 1 room sclmnl
house Eaupakalun, 8030; 2 room
school huUHH Keokeo, 81G70.
Allioit Trok: 1 room hcIiooI
Papaa, S1530; 1 room school Kau
pakolua, $1''00; 1 room school
Maun, Knuai, $15i)ll; 3 room cot
tnuo Pouoekeo. S1280: 3 room n.ii-
tngo OUa-k-ii, $125ii; 2 room
school KiMiulion. .AQ'RO: 2 mnm
school Hiinoinu, $2250; 2 room
school Keokeo, is'JJsO.
Minister Mutt-Smith will make
a choico tomorrow of tboso to
whom tbe aoutrHctH nrn tn lin
awarded. Of course, it tint tin
cesaary that those who sent in tho
luwem uiuh win ue given mo worK.
Sun Krancliou Illunilnatvd.
San Francisco, Auc. 25. The
welcoming process to which the
returned California Volunteers
aro being subjooted is uo way
The volunteers woro breakfast
ed in tho Uuion Ferry Depot.
Previous to marching from tho
transport Sherman the soldiers
were lined up for inspection. Tho
order to march was given shortly
bofore 9 o'clock, and as soon as
the mon filed from tbo Govern
ment dock tbe same noisy demon
stration which bna greeted their
every move einoo their arrival was
Mothers, fathers, brothers, sist
ers and frieudB lined both sides of
East street twenty deep. The
crowds could not bo suppreBsod,
and it was not long bofore tho
peoplo wero mingling with tbo
soldiers. Many touching scones
followed tbo breaking o'f the rauks,
which, though but temporary, ro
lioved many nn anxioua heart.
FUNSTO.V GOINC1 If O 'IE.
Kansas City, Aug. 20 A cable
gram to the Star from Manila to
"The Twentieth Kansas Regi
ment and General Fuustau have
beon assigned to sail on the Uuit
ed States transport Tartar about
September 5th. Tho Tartar will
go to Sin Frauoisco by way of
"Nino officers and 080 men of
the regiment bavo been discharg
ed tn date and 150 are sick.
"None of tho invalids aro in
An nrtiole in tbo Bulletin of
September 1st, referring to tbo
reloaao of tho Galicians, states
that the roports of Inspector of
Immigrants Potorsonwore handed
to the Attorney General for an
opinion as Attorney Goneral.
President Dole states that they
wore banded to Mr. Cooper for
for an opinion as to tboir fitness
The camDalorn nrrainst AcmlnnMn
is described In On "l 0 Manila.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Did a Rnshlog Business on This Its
Inspected bj Minister King and Found In Good
Shape 5500,000 to Start Business
Minister King of tbo Interior
Department and J. A. Haesincer.
chief clerk, called at tho First
National Ilauk this forenoon and
counted over tho specio tho bank
started business on. Tho exact
nmount of 8500,000 was found to
be on hand and as all tho papors
wero in projor shape tbo bank
wasgiveu a certificate to start
From tbo First Nationals Minis
ter King and Clerk Hassingor
went to tho Unnk of Hawaii where
tho vaults were inspected and
everything in connection with tho
plneo found to bo in proper
Suob inspections aro sunnosod
to bo mado ovary threo mouths
but tine is tho very first that bos
Tbo First National Bank did an
excellent day's business to day,
anuougn it wns nfter 11 o'clock
before work was actually begun.
Many of tho prominent busmo-s
mon of the city called in and made
out foreign oxehauges for consid
The doors of tho new banking
institution will open at 9 o'clock
to morrow inorniuc. as in the ohho
of all the other banks. Tho offi
cers elected nt a recent mooting of
me uueoiors are:
Cecil Brown, President; B. F.
Dillinghaiu.Vico President; V. G.
Cooper, Cashier: E M. Bovd.
Secretary ; George F. MeLeod,
Auditor; H. F. Dillingbniu, Cecil
Bnnvnj-'M P. llobiueou, Bruce.
Oirtwrigbt, G W. Macfarlane,
Directors. Major Purdy is tbo
DOINGS OF THE COURTS
S. M. Ballou oontinued tho ar
gument for tho plaintiff in tbo
WaiHlua Stock caso to-dav. L. A.
Thurston and E. B. McOlanaban
wero present to assist. The argu
ment was really u reading of tbe
tostimony of B F Dillingham ro
garding tbe negotiations with Jus.
B. Custto at tho samo time, that he
was negotiating with Super and
Valontine. The attorney said
'that at thu timo Valentino wont
to San Francisco be understood
tbat bo had au option and Dilliug
ham so understood. The claim
was mado tbat tho negotiations
with Jas. B. Castle were had to
get, through Catlo & Cooke, the
moral support of Welch & Co. of
San Franoinco, so as to pavo tho
way for Valontinfl and Soper to
get San Francisco subscriptions.
Jas. B. Castle's whole interest
was as a subsoriber, or as tho at
toruey paid, 'as un orrand biy for
Ddliugbnm, to run aioii'id and
get Casilo & Oooko to tako the
It is liable that the orguraonts
on both sides will tako up the
balance of the weok.
Plaintiffs bill of exceptions in
tbo case of TibbotU vs. Pali tins
boen filed aud alluwdd by Judge
Tbo Oahu Lumbor & Building
L,o. was meu statement of claim
for $110.75 agaiut M. S. Perotra
for labor done and materials fur
In tbo ostato of J. R Williams
tho report of tho Trustee W. R
Oastlo bns boen approved by tbo
master J. A. Thompson to June
30, 1897. Tho court after reading
tho report ordorod that the account
for tho period onding July 18'.8
be filed before passing upon the
Died of lite Plague,
Oporto, August 28. Two moro
doaths from tho bubonlo plaguo
have boon reportod today.
Get a complete history of Philip
Sk PHnclpnl Osmer Abbott. 8
Fresno, Cat., August 28. The
g city board of Education tonight ?l
elected Osmer Abott late of Hawaii,
S principal of Fresno high school.
DARK DAYS IN TRANSYAAL
Capo Towo, Aug. 28. Reply
ing to the latest proposition of tho
British Secrotary of Stato for the
Colonies, Mr. Chamberlain, tho
Government of the Transvanl has
botiGed him tbat it adheres to its
latest offer and will not mako any
According to reports from Jo
hannesburg, the burghers are
overywhoro exchanging Martinis
for Mausors. A heavy load of
ammunition, inolmliurr 300 Mu.
ore, arrived at Johannesburg on
L-nuny irom uireout, tlie Mother
Tbe Capo House of Asuombly is
against discussing tbo question of
transit of arras iuteuded for
Ornnge Freo Stato and presumab
ly tbo Trausvaal. Evidently a
stato of extremo tension exists as
ovory speech madn today was re
ceived with almost absolute
sileuco in tbo chamber.
William P. 8ubreiUer, tho Pre
mier, personally npp aled "to bis
followers to refrain from answer
ing tbe criticism of tbo opposition
lent thoy should prove words of
Tho outiro opposition nroso to
support tho motion for adjourn
ment mndo by Right Hon. John
Gordon Sprigg. Ho said that tbo
recent speech of th- British Seare
tary of State for tho Colonies, Sir.
foroph Obsmberlaiu, at Binning
bam, England, bad forced all to
tbe conclusion that South Africt
was on the hrihk of war uub-ss
tbe Transvaal met the British de
mands. In bis opinion the Cape
Government ought to follow tho
example of Portugal at Dejagon
Bay and refuso to permit tho frnn
-it of arms as long as tho crisis
London, August 28. Tbo 8t
Jamos Gazette to-day najM that it
learns that an inspection by Gen
eral Jonbert, coramaudzr in chief
of the Transvaal forco, disclosed
tbe fact that nine-tentbs of tho
reserve sholls aud cartridges in
tbe Pretoria forts aro inefficient
aud that an immodiate order to
reuow tho Bupply was placed in
Although not definitely knowu,
it is nssumod hero in Loudon that
Mr. Chamberlain bad tho roply of
tho Transvaal Government boforo
be delivered tbe Birmingham
speeoh. It is also believed that
on tbe receipt of President Kru
ger's offer of a fivo years franchise
and othor concefsions, Mr. Cham
berlain wired that thoy worn uu
acceptable and suggOHttd modifi
cation. If thin be so, and if tbo
reply to tbat suggestion that the
Transvaal Government adheres to
its latest offor aud will make no
further oouoessinns bo Pret-ident
Ivruger's final auswer, tbo position
Tho inportanco of Prosidout
Steyn's letter to Mr. Sclireiner
lies in tho fact that an olTousivo
trealy oxists betw-oii tbo Trans
vaal and tbo Orraiigo Free State.
Tbo funornl of the late J. II.
Bruns takes placo at ! o'clock
this iiflnrnnnn from (lie lVNidnneA
on Nuuanu Avonue, just above
Vineyard, mo services will Do
couduoted by tbo Rev. W. M, Kin
oaid and tbe funeral will bu under
tho auspicos of tho Masons of
which deceased was a mombor.
The following will not as pall
hearars: F. A. Schaefer, H. J,
Nolto, John Neill, J.J. King, A.
F Gilfillau, R. F. Laugo aud P.
QK.NKIIAL, NICWM NOTK.
The oruisor Bostou arrived in
Sau Franoisoo Aug. 2G.
Admiral Watsnu, commanding
tbo Hoot in tbo Pbilippiuos is ro
portod in poor health.
Pjriob 5 Cents.
IT WAS A BLAZE OF GLORY
Parado of the California Yolanteers la
San Francisco Street.
Such Crowd Were Never Before Seen-Bo js la
Good Spirits and Good Health
Three Day's Celebration.
San Francisco, Aug. 20. Tho
popular welcomo to the California
Volunteers who returned from
Manila on tho transport Sherman
reochod its climax tonight in tho
parado, which ban never boen ex-
colled in this city for size nnd
picturesque figures. Mnuy of tbo
principal thoroughfares of the city
woro prncticnlly impassable.
Tbo entire city is illuminated
by thousands of oloclrio lamp?,
many buildings, notably tbe Ohy
Hall nnd tho forry building, being
fl ioted with light. Tho pira'Jo
darted from the northern end of
Van Ness avenue at au early hour,
but it was Iuto bjforo it pissed
through the bu8lue3 section of
The parado win hoaded by tbo
reinilors under cumtnnn I nF n.m
eral Shaft-r, and in h ion the
urocesxi HI starl'd tbrt elieorimr
and noiso commeucod. The re
gulars Dr09Qutd 11 flimnnnJiirmii n
a did the National Guardsmen
wliii followed them. They wera
heartily cheered, but the dinrini
given them was but of infautilo
proportions winch greeted tho
CaiiforuiauB, in front of whom,
rouo 1110 uovnrunr and htilT. I ho
people cloiod in upon tb. maud
10 amount of nnrmi.i,iiiii nmlil
keep thuiu liack. Tho tanks of
:ue oaiuoruiuus wero broken coj
tinually. Aiaiu and aimln nnlnr wna
restored, bllt ntllv Inmnnrnrl'ln
Flowers and wreaths were shower
ed upou ilioin, UgS wer.f placed
in the barrels of their rifles, aud
tbo 1)0 VH nrnseuteil a finn nnnnnr-
auco, their generally healthy ap
pearance bringing forth much
Trrrllile fhlcutfo Accident,
Cbicaeo. Anu. 9.S. IVi-nlc
stool arches, each weighing thirty
three tons, which wero to have
supported tho superstructure of
tho ColUoum building, in course
of erection on Wabash avenue,
uetwoou fifteenth and Sixteenth
Streots. fell to the rrrnnnd lnl, lliin
afternoon. It is known that nine
lives w re crushed out. The bo
dies of two of tna men aro under
tho wreckage Ton are in tho
hospital with injuries received in
tho accident and of these four v
will surely die.
C. J McCnmllt-ia !), .
0. J. McOandleRB, a young Ha
waiian photographer who enmo
from Hilo 11 few days ago, died at
the homo of his brother, Puucli-
oowl street, at about 3 o'clock
yesterday ofloruoou. D ceahod
wns a memtior of the Ancient
Order of FnreFWi under tho
auspioes of winch the funeral will
bo hold. Deoea-ed was in Ihn
photographing buitioss with tho
late I. P heverin on Nuunua
avonuo about three onrn huo
a runt aiupc cream or takta rowon
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