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VICTORY for American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks f op 'American Interests in Hawaii.
Vol. VII. No. 130S.
HONOLULU, H. I., P1UDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1899.
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FLEET OP ARMY TRANSPORT
Newport, Tartar and Manauo.is8 Arrivtd
From Prlsco To-lay.
List of Offltsrs In CbargJ of Yulous Command
v - Some Colored Troops Various Trans
The Transports Newport, Man
anonae nml Tartar, filled with
United States ddiors on route lo
the' Philippinee, -irrivid in port
this morning. Thn three sleamera
left San Fra-ichc ) it about tbo
same time un I fa if wither wis
experienced nil tiiu wny
r The otliora of the Transport
Newpojt are. us follows: Oapt.
Friele, ftiriuetly of tin Itio do
Janeiro aud tbu Pora; Cbief Of
fioer 6. S. Tandborg; tiugineor
H. W. Dixou, Steward II. A.
Collins and Sargeon Oim. Ar-tliur.
The Newport loft S-in Francisco
0t. 20, with the Third Battalion
of the 28th Infantry aboard. Sbo
arrives 402 soldio-s and 32 officers.
Thero nre also 31 men of the hes
rue unnai uorps uujaru rue
Newport is being sont ou to Ma
nila for the express purpose of
preparing and Bending back to
the United States, tho bodies of
all soldiers who havo died in tho
Tho military officer? aboard
the Nowport aro as follnvs: In
spector General Gailiugton of
the Deptmont of th Pacific;
Major John M. Porlr; Com
mantlor of tho Third Battalion;
Lieut. Col. John Billh of tbo
Engineers; Major Drab?, Major
Davis, Major Diskem and Capt
taiu Fenlon of the' Commissary
Department; Major Seirban of
the Signal Corp?.
Staff oflicors of tbo Third Bat
talion are bb follow: Adjutant
Gintv. Surceon Do Kraft aud
Dr. (Jottroll, assistant surgeon.
Compiny officers: Captains
Frios, Carson, Danti n d Kona;
first lieutenants Barber, Gardner,
Boiso, Terrill; sec.ind lieutenants
Young, Ansbury, Mitchell and
The Manaoouse carries a? see
tionof tbo 31st Inf. of 450 of
ficers and men. The officers in
command are Liout.-Gol Webb 0.
Hayes, Major Hunter Loggott,
formerly captain of oth Infantry
regulars. Liout. 0 O Thomas
Jr. is adjutant, fornnrly of 8th
The staff officers are Oapt. A
Sj. Haines, assistant surgeon;
Sergt. M?j. V. 0. Lwis. Tho
company officers are in follows:
Captains Bunohfiold, Roynolda
ilmor, Wagner, Sy trim's.
Virat Lioats. Inwry, Itichmond,
Ffestos, Fonner. Second Lieuts.
llitaheli, Torryman, Stevens,
Uind'ay. Dr. A. A. MoGleave,
assistant surgeon, and G. Orr, A.
4fc. Mand A. 8. S.
Tbs Transport Tartar came in
shortly nfter the Manauense with
the first and sepind battalions of
the 28th Ilegt. U. S. Volunteers
(Infantry) on board.
The Tartar started from San
Eianoiaoo Oct. 25, but on account
of a fog, was compoll. d to remain
until the following morning.
She was the last transport to
eater San Franoisco harbor and
the last to get away. Her present
Oapt. Pybns It N H; Chief Of
ficer A H Davis, Second Officer T
A Whistler, Third Officer J 8
Brooks, Fourth O.licer A W
Rolpb, Surgeon C Davidson and
PttTser D Morrison.
Tho Tartar is tho military head
quarters for the first, seoond and
third battalions of the 28th Regi
ment. Tbo mon were reoaited at
Camp Meade, Pennsylvania.
Tho oflicors of the regiment are
as follows: Commanding Officer,
Lieutenant Colonel R. W. Loo.
ard; Major Morgan, Taggert,
V organ, Taggert, Chalmers;
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Captains, Buglor, Couch,
Campbell, Orensbon, Beck
ham, Crawford Vredoubnrh
jutauts Woolen and Dunn; First
Jitoutonants. Wood, ueatty, Allen,
Nt-ilson, Willets, Easton and Port
er; second Lieutnnauts, Dnnuor,
Jones, Newhall, Waldron, Lyons
and Mabson. The officers in
charge of tho Commissary Depart,
ment are Linlonaut Shayer and
Clerk M R King.
Tbo civilian)' on board are,
Mossrs.Bacon, Sohubert, Dcnnel
ly, Knight Qaackenbush, Cart
wright, Miller, Kelley, Buns,
Itbodop, Gilbert, Eraery, Satoh
well, Thompson, Ealbas, Looane,
Hanoy, Jenkins, Fuldmor, Orog
gen, Deau and Dnukpaton.
Thoro arc also eiuht nursps. as
follows: Missps McDonald, Wil
son, BHrkley, Lyons, Rutloy Bro.
man, Doyle and Dnrkro.
Chaplai-? Theopilus Gould
Steward of tho 25th Regiment,
now on route to Manila in Trans-
port Newport, was lh gueBt of
T. MoCants Stowart today. Rev.
Steward is a highly intelligout
colored man who, when the war
between America and Spain com
radioed, went with hia regiment
to Tampa aud,ou ctccount of exist
ing circumstances, was forced to
remain there, although his regt
m-'ut did procoed to Cuba. Rev.
Steward has boen iu the sortiee
Iu a short talk this tnoruiDg
he spoko of Ihj scarcity
of chaplains among the troops
pent out by tbo United Stttes aud
stated that the regiuieuta follow
ing would be bettor provided.
Rov. Stoivard Btated further
that the 4Sth Regiment, in which
the cuhsted men un I lino officers
are all utlored mon (a tliiug mver
seen among the troopi paaxpig
through Uonoliil'O, will leave S.l
Francisco nboi t N"T'ember 7.
Fanil, ill TfiMtorrtm'
The game of fiotb-tll between
tho Miil Liiuiw mil I'imhIihi
Jra. will takii place tomou'ow at
4 o'olojl; on tho Makiki lu:u bvll
grounds. Admission willbjfno
A good gmuo in anticipated a
both toams nro very iveuly
Followiug is a liat of tho play
o s and positions:
MAILE ILIMAS. PUNAHOU JRS.
W. Chilton -center rush.. ..L. Robinson
E. Kaal right guard Kaulukou
E. Kellen left guard R. Cooke
Ah Loy right tackle Cruzan
E. Schmidt left tackle ...W.Alexander
Bennie Clark.. quatterback.W.WIWamsoa
C. Elston full back Castle
W. Wright- right half Lyman
En Sang left half Hemmlnway
Geo. Lucas right end M. Robinson
Fred. Wright left end Prof, lngalls
The substitutes are Marcellino
for quarter on tho Maile Ilima
team and J' Berry for left end
ou Punahon. The other subs,
are Maile Ilima, Sam Paula, T.
Leo and T. Hatfield.
STATKWKRir WA ERROXEOU?.
There was no regular session of
the Cabinet this morning although
tbo President and Ministers
held a short conference. This
18 the day reported by another
afternoon paper as having been
set apart for a moating of the
Cabinet with tba bankers and
business men of the oity. Pres
ident Dole stated this morning
that nothing in that line had boen
contemplated by the government.
Xue statement was entirely erro
neous. In New Omen,
., The office of tbo commandant
in oharge of the worL in connec
tion with the naval elation here is
oompleted and the offico parapher
nalia is bomg moved into it today.
This simplifies mattor for Captain
Merry and his assistants who will
now bo iu tbo direct vioinity of tho
work they are superintending.
The campaign against Aguinaldo
is described in On To Manila.
RETURNS NOT REASSURING
Conditions in Transvaal Cause British
Troops Fall Bick on Ladysmitb-Another
Battle Anticipated Boers Annexing
b Latest dispatches from the Trans
it vaal are that the British forces have
2 retired from the scene of their late
3 successes, Glencor and Dundee with
S the apparent intention of concen
N tiating on Ladysmlth and their
givlngbattle tp the Boers.The
k terrible cost -of the victories Is un-
K questioned 'and It Is not yet known k
g that the Boers lost In proportion, k
g Klmberley and Maftklng still hold g
jj out, but are calling for clalman M
sj army 100,000 strong. President
s Steyn of Orange Free State lias de- j
k dared the annexation 'of British Ik
colonial territory. Boers captured W
by the British are reported in high g
spirits and confident of success. 5
Dr. Jameson lias gone to take part w
in the fight. K
London, October 25 The com
mander in chief, Field Marshal
Lord Wolaeley, ha3 npparoatly
now boen couvioted of 'dooioriug"
official ropjrls fiom the frout, nud
there N 11 strenuous demand ou
all si ten for a reversion to the
earlier practise, when tho reports
of Geuoral Sir Stewart White, tho
British ommauder iu Natal, wore
given out textna'ly as soon as re
The commander-in-chief's sntu
mary, as reals in tho House of
Commons yesterday, spoko of
General White hiving fought a
ouccessful notion, whereas Gener
al WIiHo'b own account pats an
entirely different compl-xion on
I In situation, reduce- the move
inetH to its proper propositions
au.l allows I hit fiirlhor excitiug
intelligence may be expected from
tht hume quarter at any inomrnt.
It is qntte ovidont that the wnr
iu Natal ha? only commenced and
that the Bocra aro by no menu?
dieourugpd at losiug tbu first two
battles Many exports are satisfied
that General Joubort is even now
oIobo to the heels of tho British
and that a decisive action may be
fought today or tomorrow.
The main fact that tho British
wero forced to evacuate the Natal
triangle, whioh tbo Bojrs nntural
lv and rightly claim us a conspi
cuous success, and whioh they
even emphasize by a proclamation
annoxinc Northern Natal, is prov
inc an unmlatablo pill to tuo
Dublio. whose appetite has been
whetted by tho previous successes,
which had been assumed to bu
greater than tboy really were, as
the determination ami gallantry or
tbo Boers enabled them to quick
ly reorganize and achieve deairod
objects by other methods.
Later estimates of the Boora'
losses at Elands Laagto give 300
killed. Their coolness, bravery
and good aim can bogudged from
tho fact that out, of seventeen or
eighteen officers with the half bat
talion of Gordon Highlanders,
four were killed and thirteen wero
wounded, while the casualties
amona the rank and file woro 27
ner cent during less than three
hours' firinc. Lieutenant Camp
bell of tba Gordon Highlanders
has sinco died from the wounds.
A dispatch from Cape Town to
day aays that General Wbito has
engaged the Orange Free Stato
Boers, who wero advancing ou
Ladysmitb, about sovon miles
northward, and that it was behov
ed the advanco had been replied.
This is probably anothir -version
of yesterday's fighting, as already
Tho situation in tho west is be
coming complicated. The Boor
proclamations of unnoxatinn and
the olaixs of a viotory at Glencoe
aro likely to induce the Dutch to
Bide with thoircouotrymon already
in mo UHid.
I'rr hint" Ailntxvt Trrrltory.
London, October 21. Tho Col
oniat Office has received a cable
gram stating that President Steyn
of tho Orango Froo Slate hns is
sued a proclamation annexing
that part of tho colonv which is
north of Vaal river. This raoanB
Griqualand west and Bechnana
laud, and is apparently in conse
quence cf tho Free State forces
having soized tho railway and all
atationsinorth of Kimbprjy except
Mafekin'g, unless Mufeking has
fallen since tho last uows from
thero, which is a week old.
London, Oct. 25. Michnol Da-
vitt, Irish Nationalist member for
Sou Mayo, announced in tho
House, of Commons to day that
he would resign tomorrow as a
protest against tho Boer wor.
,Ilulnii Xnvy AclltK
Berlin.October 24. The "Tago.
blatl" learns from St. Petersburg
that rumors aro current there that
the nineteen Russian men-of war
in tbo Pacific will shortly bo ro
ou forced by six ships from tno
Easton squadron. Tho " Tage
blatt" seos in this a connection
with tho rumor of the Cbino-Jap-aueso
HrliUn llnacrte I'K-rt
London, Oct. 21. It is rumored
at Plymouth that tho Admiralty
is about to moholizj a rcsorvo
fleet in home purtd, and that this
aud other naval, undertakings are
due to the intension of Russia to
ceize apart iu tho Pereiin Gulf.
Itii.klu Mill Arlltrnt
Loiulou, OjI. 21 Russia, it
has been learned, has at last
agreed to arbitrate with tho Unit
ed States the claim resulting from
t ho hoizuro of sealers 111 the
Behring sea, hich havo been
peudiiif, for about night yoars. A
prolocni between tin two govern
ineuts has boen drawn up, and tho
final forraaliliea aro expected to
bs concluded next month, aud tho
arbitration will probably tako tbo
form of tho Venpzuola court.
Price on ltlmilri llunil,
London, Oct. 25. A leport is
iu circulation that President Kru
ger has put a p ice upon Cecil
Rhodes' head, holding tho great
South African magnate to bo the
causo of all the Transvaal trou
bles. It i said that U00 aoros of
fertile land is offered for Rnodes'
head, dead or alive.
Planner Dlnilioditt Urml.
Pacific Grove, October 24 Rev.
N. R. Peok, a notablo figure of
pioneer days iu California, and
ono of the best known Methodist
preachers of the Paoifio Coast,
died very suddenly at his homo in
this city yesterday from a boart
attack. The end camo very sud
The examination of tbo prose
cution's eido in tho Armstrong
Djnny conspiracy case1 was finish
ed late yesterday afternoon. Judge
Wilcox found probablo caueo for
a jury to convict and committed
defendants for trial in thn Circuit
rx-PrciliHnt llarrUon Hanored.
London, October 21. Tho, Pro-
mier, the Marquis of Salisbury,
was present this evening at tho
privnto dinner given to General
Benjamin Harr:Eonrr and Mrs.
Harrison by tho United States
Embassador and Mrs. Choate.
I'liinl I'or anmbllnu.
A. K. Eldredgo, Goo. Kaes,
Martin Denny, Duko McNiohol,
L. H. Doo and O. Mestou wero
each finod S25 and coats in tho
Polico Court this foronooo on tho
charge of gambling.
BIRTHDAY OF THE MIKADO
Celebrated at Japanese Consulate
Consul Hiki Salto.
Japanese Received This Forenoon Foreigners
This Afternoon -Celebration All Oyer
City Japanese Club Tonight.
Right royally did Japanese
consul Miki Saito aud his charm
ing wtfo celebrato at tho consulate
today tbo 43th anniversary of the
birth of tho Mikido and right
loyally did tho Jnpaneso through
out tho city observe the dav.
Places of business and residences
woro decorated in tho usual man
ner with lanterns, creons and tho
over present rod and while.
At the cousulato this forenoon
were rocoived tho Japanese of tho
oity. Among those present wero
sixty boyB nnd girls of the Jaj.a
neeo kindergarten and 130 sohool
boys besided a largo number of
Japanese subjects. Those who
assisted Mr. aud Mrs. Siito in
tho recoption woro as follows:
Prcf. aud Mrs. M. M. Soott,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Carlor, Mr.
and Mrs. Imanishi and Md-b
AloiiL' the frout driveway aro
strings of Japauoso lanterns whilo
alone the frout lauai aro tho rcu
aud while of the Japanese.
The largo reception room to tho
left of the rutrauco is decorated
with chrysanthemums growing in
boxes of various Miapes while
about ou tablen are vases of 11 jw
era, real and artificial. Tbo smal
ler room to tho right i3 the recep
tion room for the ladies.
The luck Unai ib alio decorat
cd and, in thn hark yard. (Ugi, and
other decorations are flying in Jhe
wind. Thero was to havo been
tiioworks this aft-runou but this
part of the program will very ltko
ly bo ommitled 011 account of the
The recoption at tho Consulate
from 4 to G this afternoon will be
for foreigners. The band will
ns it did this foro- J
Thoro will bo anchor celebra
tion at tho Jap iuoso Club thin
MIDWAY ISLAND SURYEY
There boiug a rumor to the ef
foct that the Iroquois was to be
sent immediately on a surveying
trip to Midway Island to be gone
two or threo months, a BULLETIN
reporter interviewed Liontenaut
Commander Pond to verify the
mattor. Commander Pond said:
" There is nothing mnoh to bo
said. I havo only preliminary
orders to go out thero for a sur
vey. On the 4th of August last tho
bureau or .bqulpmont requested
to have the Iroquois Gttd out for
survoving purposes, particularly
"The department authorized tho
Iroquois for tho purpose and tbo
commander nt the Mare Island
was, requested ,to assemblo a sur
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
FOR MEN I '-MM
For Sale bv Manutacttirers' Shoe Cn . Fnrt SI Sinn nl tho RIn hn. i9
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"Tho necessary instruments for
tho survey work aro being pro
ptred in tho hydrogrnpliio oiiioo
and with the oxception of a fow
officers she is ready.
"Tho survey inolu'Ioi not
only Midway Island bnt
also a survey around those
islands. As regards starting tbo
work on Midway Island the wbolo
thing id in the air at pr8ont.
This boiug the winter seasiu it is
a very bad time to go there. We
will probably got there however in
the spring in which oaso
however, it is very pos
sible Hint work about Hippo isl
ands will be taken un !"
DfATH IV TIIK TVPIIUO.V.
Victoria, B. C, Oct. 2J.-Tho
torriblo typhoou through which
tho Empro'a of Iadia aod the
United States transpott Sountor
pipsntl off tho Japaiieses coaht on
Odt. 7 nnd 8 was of even greater
forco near tho shoro than it was at
Hundreds of houses were blown
down in Tnkioand Yokohama and
in tho small tows along the coast
and at the fishing station of Cac
nunazu 200 boats and nets were
At Oiso nud Koiso, 500 persona
wero killed, thirty-six st-veroly in
jured and 150 slightly injured.
Iu Tokio aud Yokohama hun
dreds of houses were wrecked iu
all districts. A tinin bound for
Fuhushima from Myouo oncoun
tared a galo of such Wriliu fury
when crossing tho Hokokogowa
that it was blown dovn into tbo
river. All the ors, oirrying
about 10(1 papmnrs, woro pre
cipitated from tho bridge
A N-irraiv !rait
Tho S. C. Allen Imv ng a hir
breesj yesterday, endeavored to
sail out of the harbor without a
pit r. When just outside of tho
ligbthouso tho wind changed sud
denly and both anchors had to
bo dropped. Liter ahe was takon
out by tho Elou.
AHIril ti' Olvlll.xllon.
Before civilized man had heard
or 'Irearad of it, Kiokapoo Indian
uu was liuauug tuo wounds, re
lieving nud curing tho achoB and
pains of tho Red Man. Boforo
oivil'Zed man had heard of it, it
kept tho natives 111 perfect health.
And einca cmlir.ed man Imi know
it, tho category of cures has bo
co mo voluminous. Nc other mo.
dieine has made such cures, bo
causo Kiokapoo Indian Oil is na
tuio's remedy, aud naturo stands
back of it. Your druggist has it,
or cau got it. Insist on getting
tho genuine Kickapoo Iudiau Oil.
Hnbron Drug Co., Ae.onts for
tho Kicko""" T-'" " medios.
Schooner Ads, Moses, leaves for
Haualei this aftornoon at 4 o'clock.
Dr. Posey, epeoialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat and Nosodisoasft' and
Catarrh. Masonic Tern pie,
As Manuel Philips was coming
down Liliha street this aftornoon
pomo Japanese pot off firporaokerB
immediately abcTJ his horse. Tkt
result was a badly e. inns tied back
a bruised driver. Maunakea, a
native stopped tbo horso.
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