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Vol. VH. No. 1336.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEBEBER 27, 1899.
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DREYFUS IS PARDONED
Leaves His Prison and Becomes a
Departs Quietly in Dead of Night No De
monstration by the People and lb
Paris, Sept. 19, Tho Council
of Ministers decided to-day to
pardou Droyfus iD principle. Tho
pardon will tnko effect in a fow
days. Droyfua has rolinqnisbcd
his appeal for a reversal of the
judgement of tho court-martial.
"In principle" is an idiom some
times UBed in serai-offioial an
nouncements of the' forthcoming
actions. It seems, to have but
light bearing on the matter, ex
cept, pnhaps, hat it implies tho
fulfillment of various formalities
before the pardon is actually isou
ed, therefore qualifying the an
nouncement ot the pardon with
slight teulativeness. It is not
known yet whether the pardon
There is much remark hero on
tho straugo coiucidenco of the
death of M. Sobeurer-Kestuer, tho
first champion of Droyfus, and to
whom Droyfus will virtually owo
hie freedom, on the very day the
Cabinet decided to pardon the
LnHrn I'rUon Cell.
Renne, France, Sept. 20. Cap
tain Alfred Dreyfus at H o'olock
this moruing left the pritioa here
in which ho hod been confined
since his return from Devil's Isl
and, and proceeded to Yom, where
ho look it tram bound for Nantes.
His departure was completely un
noticed. M. Vigiiio, Chief of tho Secret
Service,- and M. Dureault arrived
at tho prison aftor midnight, bring
iog tho Miuistor of War's- order
for tho rolcaso of Dreyfus. Tho
latter walked from tho prison to
tho Boulovarcl la iinne, wucro.ho
onlored a wniliug carthgouud wbj
driven to tho Vorn station, ontsido
tho town. Matthieu Dreyfus met
.him at tho train and accompanied
him to Nantes.
Tho N utea train caino in just
as ho arrived. Alfred and Mat
thieu Droyfus quiokly took then
seats aud tin train went out of
"Ronues, bearing Dreyfus away u
Whilo this dramatic turn in tho
Dreyfus drama was taking plane
all Rounes slopt aud tho departure
of tho' famous prisoner ot Devil's
Island wb no moro noticed thrTn
that of au ordinary travelor.
A 6mall orowd of people bnd
waited at tho prieou until mid
night, expecting tho release of
Dreyfus, bat it then dispersed,
think' g it was too lata for Drey
fuB to leave.
Mm'. Droyfus left Rennos at
noon, acorapauicd by her father
San Francisco, Sept. 19. The
Grant did not sail ycstei Jay with
the Thirty-first Volunteer R'gi
mont. A suspicious capo, which
may ho smallpox, was discovered
in tho rccimont. and it wB dotiin
nloi th.t account. Tho Graut-
v.uj t Jived out iuto tho stream yen
- tfrday afternoon, but will prob
ably not wait tor tho Thirty-firs.
Soma other regiment will bo as
signed to her.
durifu Much Uninict'tJ,
Sau Frauoieco, Sept. 2 J. A
cable reoo.ived yosteiday from
Toknhumu reports that tho tiro on
thn Jupaneso steamer Araorica
Mai u which has been previously
reported, had heou extinguished,
but not until tho cargo in, tho
main bold was much damaged.
0. H. W. Norton returned from
tho Slates in tho Australia this
moruiug after a throe mouths' trip.
During his stay lio saw quite a
number of Island people aud had
an oxcellont time.
PRESIDENT STOPS HAWAIIAN SHIP
Washington, September 19. I he following proclamation has
By the .President of the United States, executive order.
" In the exercise ot the-nower conferred inion him bv the
joint resolution of Congress, approved by the President on July v
7, 1898, entitled ' Joint resolution to provide for annexing the j
Hawaiian Islands to the United States,' the President of the
United States hereby directs that the issue of registers to ves
sels by the authorities of Hawaii entitling such vessels to all
rights and privileges of Hawaiian vessels in the ports of nations
or upon the high seas shall hereafter cease,"
The-purpose of this action is supposed to be the preventing of
indiscriminate admission to Hawaiian register of foreign built
ships, which will later on become entitled to United States re
(. (MILh jfC m!
HAWAIIAN C1E.VTENAIUAN DKU).
Keoon, tho native spoken of in
a recent iusno of tho Bulletin
as beiug 110 years of age, died at
his home in Mauoa Valley yester
day. It appears that the old fel
low was 112 instead of 110 years
old. Ho was born at tho ttmo
that Eamehameha I. loft Oaha to
subduo tho Island of Kauai and
declare himself ruler. At tho ago
of 15 Kooua went into Manoa to
live as ouo of tho retainers of Ku
ahum an u and has been a rosideut
of thit placo over since. Tbo
funeral will take place today from
tho homo of his great, great grand-'
sou, Mr. Litnapehu, in Mano'i.
Willi Known lu Honolulu.
Dr. E. Barrett, late Surgeon of
tho 2nd U. 8. V. Engineers, has
bnon appointed Surgeon Major io
the -lint Infantry, and in now uu
der orders for Manile..
Goo. M. Apple, Into Find Sar
geant of Co. J. of tho 2nd 0. S. V.
Engineers, has received his com
mission as First Lioutenant, and
boon ordered to report to tho -10th
Infantry for duty.
Both ollicora are. well known in
Honolulu aud their many friends
hero will receive thn news of their
appoiutraeuta with considerable
Jaciuto Miguel, tho Porluuucsb
drivor charged with manehugbler
in commotion Willi tho death of
Kekioua at tho Inter Island whart
yesterday, upp. arcd in tho Polico
Cout this foiomon. Tho general
charge of manslaughter was enter
ed against Miguel. At tho re
quest of Attorcoy Oroightou, as
sisting tho prosecution, the case
was sot for Friduy, at which tims
a special charge will bo made
Miguel is nut ou $101)0 bonds.
Manila, September 17.-11:35 a.
m. The United Stateo ornUer
Charleston began a heavy bom
bardment of tho fort on Subig bay
on Thunday. Little o. no injury
was done. Tho monitor Monterey
aud tho gunboat Concord aro ro
lurniiifr to Snbip hay to anntinue
Jainci It c 11 11 Demi,
Tho Hon Jiimos Keau, at one
tirao a member of the Honso of
Representatives under tho M-n
urohy, died ut tho homo of Frank
Usrvoy in Kalihi this morning at
the afc'Qoff)8. Tho fuucr.il ,wll
take placo from the Harvey homo
at 8 o'olook totuorrdw afternoou.
Olllef Jtulile l)lv Ui'licl.
Now York, September 19.
Charles P. Daly, ,Olii-f Justice of
tho Court of Common Pleas ot
New York county from 1871 to
188G aud prosidout of trie Ameria-,
an ueograpincal oooiety, died at
Sag Harbor, L. I., todjy, aged 83
Luun o Fiui'ilojret,
A big lnnu will bo givep by
Manager Ahrens of tbo Oahu
Sugar Co, to the employes of tho
plantation this afternoon, this iu
celebration of tno completion of a
suecefisful season. A latgo nura
b'or of peoplo will bo present.
DEATU OK NATIVE WOMAN.
Emily Bailoy, ou Hawaiian wo-
tfinn Wq fnmill llnrwl nt linr rlnnr-
way, Sohool street, noir Rico's
stables, at aboit 12 o'clock last
night by W. 0. Louusbury, who
unit ueeu 10 mo vjrpueutn sou
about tnivn. Tmnnnlinru in n lnrfn
er in the house. Ho stated that
tho woman had evidently fallou
down thn dinar, afniri. fmm tt,n
second Btory. Sbo had hoen ded
ror some umo wuau rounu. it is
understood that thero were several
peoplo iu tho house at tho timo of
tho accident. None of these hoard
tho fall. Richards, Lounsbnry's
roommate, was in his room on tho
upper story tit the timo. A coro
ner's jury was called this morn
ing. Tho inquest will very pro
bably be held this aftornoon.
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C&AY CMlMtCXT COMING,
Frank Curtis, wnjl known in
Honolulu tlirnilirli liU siK.fnsofnl
oonnootion with thu MoKee Rau-
kin company, arrived in tho Aus
tralia 'o arrange for a season of
tho Clay Clement Company. Oley
Clement has made a ureat hit in
San Fraucieeo. His company
will arrive" in the Mnriposa Ojt.
11, iiudopen in tho Opera IJouso
tho evening of thn 12th with the
ploy "Tho Now Dominion." A
Simeon of twolvo plays will bo
given. Advance- salo will bo ac
TlitriilCnill Lctitr. lIn. Irwin,
Sau Frauoisco, Sept 17. Postal
lusprctois caused tho arrost of
Morris Gro3H yesterday for send
iugthrenteiiiug letters through tho
man n jsirs. W. U. Xiw.u, in
whoso oamlov Gross wusformprlv
us a stableiuau. Giosu wao dis
charged Rome weeka ago and has
pestered Mra, Irwin with letters
evor Bince. Ho is believod to bo
ni3ano,aud au effort will bo in ado
to have hiui committed to ouo of
tho Statu as) Ionia.
Prlncu Oavlil In Wioliliiclon,
Washiogton, -September 17.
Prince David Kawananukoa, a
cousin of ox Quj'n Liliuokalani
of Hiwai!, airi.ed at Wa3hingt m
tidny from Ilouolulu. His visit
is puiely porsoual and has uo con
ueulion with tho politics of the isl
ands. Ho will visit the ex-Qnoeu,
wno u now a losuleut or Wash
i gton, and will go ou to New
York to tho yaoht races early iu
icnirt llir AonuisI,
Capt. J. D. S. Phillips leaves
tho Aorapgi at thio prt and takes
over the command of tho AVurri
moo ou her 111 rival here on Satur
day from Viotoria.
Capt. Hay of tho Wnrrimoo
thou prooaediug to VanoouVer to
assuiufe commaud of tho Aoraagi.
In thb a oantimo Chief Ollicer S.
Mortimer will bo iu obarge of the
Private Euglolh, Bat. I, Gth
Arjillory, was painfully but not
seriouJy wounded this morning
nv nuu piuuuue. a. uuiiui rico
chMted, striking him in the foro
arm and making a paiufnl wound,
iha injured mau was takou to
1j .ena Vista Hospitul.
SQUATTED ON PUNCHBOWL
James Asoford Notifies Cabinet of His
Action Recently Taken,
Warned Hoi to Trespass Government's Posi
tion Plainly Stated at Today's licet
log Other Matters.
At a meotinu of tho Cabinet
this forenoon tho application of
K C. Macfarlauo for a wholesale
liquor license for Nuwiliwili,
Kauai, was referred to Marshal
Brown with instructions to report.
The request of tho Hawaiian
Tramways Co. for tho approval of
a "flat girder" rail to bo used in
tho construction of their tracks
was again brought np. Superin
tendent of Public Works Rowfell
stated that tho intontion of tho
law in regard to tramways, mak
ing it necessary to nso only flat
rails, was to limit tho ehapo of the
toD of the rails so that dimmer In
vehiclos might bo obviated. Tho
matter was jelerrcdj with the ro
quost that information in regard
to the uso of grooved rails by
electrical companion bo furnished.
Tho matter of tho unnlioAtinii nf
J. A. (Saott for an exchange of
lana on tlie approach of tuo nt-w
bridge over tho Wailuku river,
Hilo, for a pieca at Reed's Bay
was brought up for discussion.
Tho Survoy Dopartmout reported
uufavorably and to tho effoot that
tho onnroHch bo Hpttled for in
cash. Tho report was adopted.
Notice was sent -in by J times
Ashfotd thnt-hohad takeo'-pos-sesaion
of laud on Puuohbowl un
der tho Homestead Laws of the
It was voted that Mr. Ashford
be notified that ay such action iu
tho manner Hiicrnslm! wnnlil hn
considered as troipas and that he
retrain trom coromittiug euch
OommeutitiR on tho matter this
forenoon President Dolo said: "I
snpposn they will ti 'aqnatting'
m liipmas aquao nrxt.
IIiiukIUii llnllrf Huclfly.
At a woll attended moating of
tho Hawaiian Relief Sooioty at tho
homo tf Mm. 8. (1. Allnn Hiia
f irenoon Miss Lu-y Poabody wan
appointed prosn't ut pro tcm nutil
Iho loturn of Mro. Allen, who is
soon to lortvo t it the Uoeet iu
company with br hu' bend Mts.
Bowler aud Mra llhltia Hiram
were elostcd a comraittn) to dis
tribute food among tho indigent
Hawsiions At proaunt the Re
lief Society cxpnnds on on nvorago
of S2U0 for meat and p.d 11I0110.
For Vancouvoi and Viotoria,
por R M 8 S Aorangi, Sept 27
A D Baldwin, F A Baldwin, Mips
FVFnllorton Smith, Miss 0 H
Fullnrlon Smith, Mm? 0 Wotmoro
J G Ro'hwell, 'I'M'", Dr FH
Iumphrin, T E lvene, Mr and
Mrs G W Cnui4.y, V R -Canudy,
Mr and Mrs Jncquce, James 11
Holt .Tr and wife, W D MoBryde,
w J vuiinbeylam, .t-' MalJot, U H
Vos. Mr and Mrs HOV ws.
" I IS 1
I'ii urn u Itac.-r uml.
NashvUlo, Tone, September 17.
Iroquois, premier e'allieu of the
liello Moado stu 1, dtvl t lay of
an acute alUiotion of the kidneys,
He was 21 yeurd old. Iroqaots wos
tho only American horso that o"-t
won tho Eugli-'h Drby. In his
throo-yoar-old form ho was raeKl
iu Euglaud aud won, desides the
Derby, tho Princoof Wales stakes,
tho Great Champion aud tho St.
Matters at thu Nalnkn plautation
aro progrossiug very woll. The
manager's houso aud tho luuas'
dwellings have heou finished
'Iboro'aro uixty acres plautfd to
seed cano and fifty more ready.
The cano farmers have all got
thoir quota, from 25 to 100 aoies
apiece, planted. Wator is plouti
HAWAII LANDS SALES ARE ILLEML.
Washington, Sept. 20. Today's
usual, Secretaries Hay, Gage and Long were tlie absentees. The cable of
General Otis, Informing the Secretary of War that Aguinaldo's request
that one of his representatives be allowed to come through the American
lines for a conference with General Otis regarding the release of American
prisoners, was laid before the mestlng by Secretary Root and discussed at
length. The question of the releas; of the Spanlbh prisoners whom Ajrul
naldo Is reported as ready to rcliise If transports are smt to the blockaded
ports for that purpose was considered, but ho action taken.
A question having atisen as to the title of public lands in Ha
waii, it was briefly discussed, but in tlie absence of Secretary
Hay no further action was taken.
It is understood that President Mckinley will issue an order
restraining the Hawaiian Government from alienating any of
the public lands of Hawaii cither by sale or lease.
Attorney General Griggs has rendered a decision relative to
these public lands, occasioned by a petition from some Ameri
can citizens who have "squatted" on a large tract of land In the
coffee district, which the Hawaiian Government was about to
place on the market. The Attorney General holds that the
Hawaiian Government has no legal right to dispose of any part
or parcel of the public lands of Hawaii!. It is furthermore held
that all transfers of land made by the Hawaiian Government
since annexation are illegal and void.
The statement was made today by a gentlemen close to Secre
tary Hay that President McKinloy will call upon the officers of the
Hawaiian Government to cancel all leases and sales of public lands
made since the enactment of the Newlunds Resolution, and
shall also return the money to the purchasers. It is said the
administration holds that the Newlands Resolution gave the
public lands of Hawaii in trust to the Hawaiian Government
and no lands can be disposed of except by special act of Con
gress, as provided in tlie Newlands Resolution.
MISUT. COL. MILKY MKAO.
v Wasujngton, September lDW-Lieutenant-Colonel
John D. Mi-
ley, InBpeotor-General of Volun
leers, died today at Manila. The
information reached the War Do
partraent in a cablegram from
General Otis. His death was duo
to oerobral nifininp;iti9, iitt'-iidm t
on typhoid fovor. Colonel Mil-yV
rank in tho regular Armv was
Fir t Lieutenaut of the So oud
.Miloy was with Sliaft.'r in Onha
and won promotiou I01 his mark
SorgoantB Fuller nnd Raymond
of tho Thirty First Rogiuient, two
of Iho thirteen enlisted men ou
tho Transport Azteo, on route t
Manila, avo old regular army an.u
Fullir eervod in Iho Sioux cam
rjniKn of 1691 while Raymond was
formerly at Texas Ranger, ftud
was entinged iu oow-p'iue.hing fir
ut, leported iu yeatordui'n
Bulletin as Sergeant is ouo of
the oivilinn teamst r aboard thn
transport, haviuu formerly ficivcd
in ouo of the volunteer rogimmtg.
a ,.... c..eor.,,.
Win. Ringer did a very pecu -
liar thing last night bv colebi at-
ing or remombering the hrst nit -
uivorsury of tho donih of bt-
uruiunr ny iirowniu," in laouoimn
uarnor. xuero uhh a larger ero n
tirusent and a good time was ou-
joyed. Mr. ltinger s utea lit, to
gay the loiibt, original.
AniHivur Hull l'liifiira.
E. 11. Adams and H. M. Mott
Smith are busy organizing a .J'odd
building bascbrtll team. The in
tuntiou is to ohalleuo t'.io i, Jl,
Davies & Co. team to a gn.uc-.to
tako placo iu tho near future. Tlib
Judd buildiuu team will bo com
pood of uxoollent players.
I'clltluu fnr AiliiiliiUtr-ilui.
E. A." Williams has petitioned
the Circuit Court to app dot Juo.
S. Walker as ndmiuistrntor of tho
uatato of J, 0. Strnw dcoifeed.
Tho estate i3 about (ho va'tv of
$2G')(. Tho heirs urennktnwn to
London, Sopt. 18. Snip Glm
Stetson of Rath, Me, (Jip-iin
Pattou, from Portland, Oi-,. (uue
17th, for Taku, (Jhiii-i, I-h loei
burned at Loo Choo. Nj livesl
wore lost. '
Cabinet meeting lasted longer than g
,Mjj. Dninon in W(ioUlnCton. k
8 ' New York, September 19. Aspe- 3
clal to the Herald from Washington S
j?j s.iys: lmtnlgrat(Oii from the north S
of Italy and from Sweden Is to be a
K Invited by Hawaii. l3
b The Hawaiian Mlnlsterof J-lnance J
3 was at the Treasury Department to- 3
i day to consult oftklals. He said that 3
lie was on his .vay to Eur,i to se- j
cure Immigrants rro.n among the
better classes In nortlitm lilvnm! k
lw unU , li.t. I ... ,1 I.....I.. I It Ll
- w.vwv.. u 11...V 11 JILU IllUlitU II K
t! any obstacle wouM l; p!.ift I a the lJ
.1 imm ltnA tU 1 l.,l I C .. f t Q
jj ..7 u.iu.. uu uiHica jiiin inimi- wi
j! sratlon laws.
Assistant Secretary T-iylqr told
m, that as Coog-.-,s Ind not yet a
extended tne i 111 munition laws to tx
Hawaii, IheGoYvinmenr nu'dnor tJ
nterfere w, mpiwyer, hn- no Jo- 3
sire to do w If the claw of liniai- H
grants rei-'ired vi to
:w)d. jr"-' ft
Kit-Xn irii.i( Oilaru.
Iho iuviMiloiy of tlo calato of
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w '" lu",r-
riovo ban heon
tiled by Jus. L. MeL. an, edmiuis-
trator. It in a- fnl'owft: Real
Estatu 3M.700; lieisoliold Mer-
obant stroat SfiOuils Priutinir of-
fico(Pree,, type, cash n hand,
lboqk Mucopnt due &c.) 85HG7..18;
,HouBihoH furuituro JSHUO; cash
,ou hand nnd deponiM 1974 i)0
ef eki par v-du- T7 0; Inv. nt-
tooirarnirt eUi in W R Cm-ll..
I (I'l PtH l; .it) 11 n'lllfB I'llOW
from nKirttf'g-H wi'h iotoroit
D. Poney, ptoiil:st for Eye,
Ear, Throat and NosediaQtise 'and
Oati.rrli. Mmwiiie Temple,
.IBI. I V Mill I .., m.
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Qold Medal, Midwinter Fate
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