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HONOLULU. H. 1., MONDAY, .lA'NUAKY 22.
Pnion 5 OnNTa.
BDLLER HAS CROSSED TUGELA
British Censor Has Stop
ped All Telegrams
Opposing Forces Playing for Place
British Force at Mafeklng Destroy
ed Ladysmith In Sore
Straits Boers Strong.
Wnrrcn on the Move.
(Special to tlio Bulletin.)
New York, Jan. 16. A dispatch to
tlio World from London, b;ivh:
Mr. Williams, tlio war export of tlio
Mornlng.Lcndor, writing for this morn
ing's paper with tlio best Information
obtainable! says this regard Inn tlio re
port -nt General Warren had crossed
the Tugela river:
"General Warren with his division
and Komomlng more, was yesterday
five miles to tho noithwcsi of Spring
field where General Duller than had his
headquarters. Consequently tho cen
sor nt Durban has been having a little,
amusement with tho local press for the
purposo of deceiving any spies tho ene
my may havo and then confusing them
, "All tho Inferences drawn from any
telegrams which have so far reached us
must ho erroneous. Onco nnd for all
Culler's movement Is by the left. There
ho has strength. Ills plan is to turn
tho heights north and northeast of Co
leiiBO and thus compel their ovacua
tlon and then to nttack any Doers left
between him nnd General Whtto and
make connection with General White's
"After that ho may keep tho Trans
vanlciB on tho run thiough Natal to
thing's Nek or Charlcstown; or ho may
dccldo on separating tho Free Staters
from tho strong men of wnr nnd mako
with his main forco to Hariismlth and
"News ot tho first success of theso
operations should reach us about Wed
nesday or Thursday.
"All that can bo said actually Is that
General Duller up to yesterday was
still at Sprinfleld. General Warren
wr.s on a hill nearly midway between
SprlngllciU and Dethany and General
Duller had assurodly one, and It is bo
llovcd two, passages of the river on
"General Duller can spare a sufficient
number of Irregulars to send a Dying
column of them into Zulnland, nomi
nally to check tho Doer cattle raiders,
but really to work around tho extrcmo
eastern flank and head for tho Utrecht
and Vryhcld districts, unless they can
cut In on tho Transvaal communica
tions and And themselves at or near
Ladysmith and Now Castle rallwoy."
Tho attacks on the War Ofllco and
tho Information bureau havo been re
newed In soveral quarters. It Is de
clared hpro that when Winston
Churchill first arrived In Natal ho had
maps of tho northern portion of the
cojony, procured from foreign sources,
which wcro better than any possessed
by tho generals thero and ho loaned
them to tHb commanders. Ttio news
papers now say that experts in tho War
Office have been operating with a largo
scale map ot Northern Natal printed
upon seventy sheets, which was bor
rowed from tho German War Depart
ment after tho situation about Glencoo
and Ladysmith became critical.
Situation nt Tugela.
(Special to tho Dulletlu.)
New York, Jan. 10. Tho London
correspondent of tho Herald discussing
the war situation says:
Complete uncertainty prevolls hero
as to what Is taking place In Natal
an uncertainty permeated by appre
hension. Tho" situation Is likened to
that which existed -Jn tho Northern
States after tho battiest. Dull Run
thero is tho samo dearth of news, the
samo dread that worso may yet oetlde
and the samo Btorn determination that
new disaster, should one come, must
have a morrow.
Amid tho multitudinous theories sot
forth by tho critics thero is one to
which attention may bo called at the
outset. It Is, to say the least, na good
a guess as any of tho other vaticina
tions that are being made In ovory
quarter and it comes from u man who
has had long and closo experlenco ot
tho Doers and their character.
This gentleman's suggestion Is '.hat
tho mystery that seems to envelop tho
Doors' movements may be due to the
fact that they aro quiotly retiring trom
tho Tugela and other advanced posl
tlons toward Drakcnsburg Passes,
leaving small bodies behind to mask
Ho cites tho roputcd movements ot
commands with guns from tho neigh
borhood of Ladysmith and the confused
reports as to tho abandonment of the
Colenso trenches In support of his
theory. In tho Drakcnsburg rango the
passes naturally so strong and havo
besides been so well fortified that the
burghers may well look upon them an
lao ancients looked upon Thermopylae.
With tho withdrawal kept secret
the small bodies left to mask tho gen
eral retirement, unhampered by guns
or stores would, according to this gen
tleman, havo a good chance of making
their way to n place of safety when the
British advance made their retreat.
DOUDT ADOUT THE BOERS.
Tho reports that Colenso nnd amb
ler's Kloof has been abandoned by tho
Doors Bcem now to bo open to doubt,
as one correspondent telegraphs that
tho Doers are still In Colenso, while an
other quotes statements that the Doers
havo mounted nnothcr gun at Orobler's
Tho censor Is evidently determined
that nothing shall como through Uul
ler's army, until this movement has
been completed, hut although thero Is
much that Is dubious nnd unccrtnln
about the exact situation In Natal, tho
feeling Is growing that General Dili
ler's turning movements nro having a
real and possibly n decisive effect.
WARREN HAS CROSSED TUGELA.
Tho facts that seem well assured bo
far aro veiy few, but Bitch as they ato
they all point In tho samo direction.
ulier has not been heard of since his
arrival at l'otgleter's Drift with tho
enemy four and u half miles in front
of him. It is said that Gcncrnl War
ren has crossed the Tugela, nt what
point Is not mentioned nnd that some
of tho British cavalry aio on the
north Bide of tho river.
Tho apparent case with which Dul
ler mado his way westward and cross
ed tho Little Tugela leads to tho natu-
lal Inference that Sprlngflld was not
held by that contingent of Doers with
guns which was reported several dayB
ago to bo tiicro. And If both on their
extrcmo right at Springfield nnd on
their extrcmo left nt Klaugwand nnd
inhlawo mountains tho Doers were dis
covered to havo vacated their strong
positions, it follows that their line, be
cause of Its extension over twenty
miles, was too "weak nnd that prudence
directed concentration, probably near
Oudcrhii . b Prult, between Lady
smith und Colenso.
JOUDiORT MAY CRUSH DULLER.
Simultaneously menaced on tho cast
and west, they must do one of two
things, collect their forces behind by
strong iiitrenchmeuts, when they must
bo dislodged by assault beforo Lady
smith can bo relieved, or clso Joubert
Is retreating from Colenso on thn rant
and will fall upouDuller's column with
his whol strength, hoping to crush
him beforo assistance enn arrive from
This second nltcinatlvo seems much
more piauslblo for It accounts for tho
rapid removal of Doer commands from
tho Immediate neighborhood ot tho
river. A good road runs northwest
from Dulwcr bridge toward Roodcpoort
and Dcwdiop past Onderbrook Spult.
II tho Boers availed themselves of this
route they would Intercept Duller on
tho march from l'otgleter's Drift north-
ward and compel him to nccept battle.
u theso suppositions aro even ap
proximately correct, there must bo
sonio heavy fighting going on north
west ot Colenso and closo to Dow drop
of which wo may receive news at any
Fom Ladysmith thero Is another con
siderable list of deaths by disease,
showing that tho garrison Is suffering
under tho strain ot tho siege.
To what extent White's command
will bo able to cooperate with tho relief
column is uncertain. Tho men must ho
exhausted and tho horses out ot con
dition. They cannot bo good for much
until they have had somo weeks ot rest.
Thus their nominal strengtu ot 8,500
men and thirty-six guns does not .rep
resent their truo fighting forco.
London, Jan. 16. A dispatch to tho
Daily Mall, dated Saturday, January
13th, from Lourenzo Marques, says:
President Krugcr has issued a proc
lamation ordering all burghers to tho
front. Tho Volkstem, tho official or
gan, suggests that tho moment tho
British cross tho border tho gold in
dustry should bo irretrievably ruined.
Kruger issued a circular dated Janu
ary 8th to Doer commandants and
burghers, urging them to show mora
energy In tho Transvaal cause. Ho
quotes Psalm 33, verso 7, as God given
Instructions to tho burghers, and says
that tho British havo fixed their faith
in Psalm 83. Ho also quotes Psalm 89,
verses 13 and 14, and asserts that he
searched tho Blblo without being able
to And any other modo which can bo
followed by tho Boers, who must figuc
"In tho namo ot tho Lord."
Boers Were Repulsed.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
Rensberg, Capo Colony, Monday, Jan.
16. The Boers this morning attempted
to rush a hill held by a company of tho
Yorkshires, and tho New Zealanders,
but tho- were repulsed at the point ot
tho bayonet. Tho Boers had twenty
one men killed and about fifty wound
Dawson Swept by Fire.
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
Snn Francisco, Jan. 10. A private
telegram from Tacoma received In this
city at noon today states that tho busi
ness section of Dawson hns been wip
ed out by flro, entailing a financial loss
AT WORK ON HAWAII.
Hltt Talks on Conditions and "Re
quest of the People."
Referenco Mad lo Property Qualifications i
Voters Contested Elections Office
Seekers From Washington.
WnsllltlPtntl. litin-irt, tr Tli. Mil -.,-
vldlng for a form of Government for Ha
waii was taken up to-day by the House
Committee nn IVrrlfnrlc :m. R.nr.nfn.
tlve llitt of Illinois, a m-mber of the Ha
waiian Commission, explained Its gen
eral purpose and the need of early action.
He tool up the three main opjectlons
raised to the territorial form o! government
proposeu anu answered tnem. I lie pro
posed property qualification for voters for
members nf'tll ennt i irrt, cnit!ii1iif
on our sensibilities and customs, Mr. Hltt
jam, dui u was in line witn me local
sentiment and usage In Hawaii, and the
desire h.iil hfen tn vl.Ll In tli rienniK
desires of the people of the Ishnds.
i ne reference ot contested election casis
to the courts and the provision giving to
the Governor the appointment of judges
Were nUll lirfril h til n.inl nf IJ.ii.ilt
The people of the Islands dreaded any
li;ni which wouiu coiomze Hawaii with
office-holders from Washington and they
therefore wanted their own Government
to nmke the appointment.
i ne committee arranged to take up the
bl II by sections at the next nutting
Clla rill.in KtlOV 1U lie Imiuc In nnnil
the bill to the House during the present
No News Prom Bullcr.
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
London, Jnn. 10.-2:50 n. m. Tho
complete absence of news from Natal
up to this hour proves that tho censor
ship will nllow nothing to pass until
Oenoral Uuller's plans are executed or
havo failed. Even General Roberts, In
his report of yesterday evening refrain
ed from mentioning a word about Na
tal or General Duller. From tho other
columns theio Is llttlo news of moment.
Aioiiuer River advices of yesterday's
(lato only report dally long rango shell
ing from which tho Doers nro supposed
10 navo 8iiiicrcii severely. A dispatch
from Sterkstrom, dated Monday, Jan
uary 15, reports that General Gatacro's
troops had mado a demonstration be
yond ..lolteno In tho direction of
Stormberg in tho belief that tho Doers
Intended to solzo Molicno. Tho burgh
ers wore not sighted nnd tho British re
mained at Moltcno. Tho arrivals from
Stomberg estimate that thero nro 4,500
Doors at that place, mostly revolted
Colonists nnd Freo Staters. President
Steyn's brother Is tho landdrost.
General French continues to shell the
Doer positions but nothing declslvo has
Evidence accumulates that General
Mcthucn's blunder nt Magersfontcin
hns lost him tho confidence ot his en
tiro forco to bucIi an extent, that, it la
declared, It Is doubtful if tho troops
would fouow him In another attack on
Tho War Ofllco Is understood to bo
la possession of a letter written by
Gcncrnl Wnuchopo tho night beforo tho
battle, saying that It would bo the last
letter ho would ever write, as ho had
been asked to perform an Impossible
task and ho had cither to obey or to
surrender his sword. An immedlato
chango in tho command of tho torco
may thereforo bo expected. It Is an
ticipated In somo quarters that Unten
ant General Tucker will succeed Gen
Tho T. K. K. Hongkong Maru, Fil
mer commnnder.arrlved oft port nt
about 11 o'clock this forenoon after a
splendid run trom San Francisco. She
brought fourteen passengers for this
port. Several through passengers had
mado up their minds to remain over
hero hut finding tho plague situation
unimproved, decided to go on to tho
Tho Hongkong Maru brought' 46
pnekages of merchandise consigned to
11. Hackfeld & o. Sho will not como
Into port and will contlnuo on her way
German Navy Increase.
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
Berlin, Jan. 10. Tho bill providing
for the increase of the German navy
has been submitted to tho Federal
China's Fine Run.
The Cnlna arrived in San Francisco
January 15 after an unusually fast trip
across tho Pacific. Her tlmn from Hn.
nolulu vo San Francisco was C days
and 12 hours.
Law ton. Fund Growing.
Washington, Jan. 16. Tho total of
the Lawton fund is now $90,909.
DUKE OF ARGYLL ILL.
Lonuon, Jnn. 16. Tho Duko of Ar
gyll Is seriously 111 at Inverny, Scotland.
FOR GOVERNMENT CABLE
Secretary Long Appears Before Con
Preferable to Private Enterprise Survey Hade
by the Nero Big Cable Expense? of War
and Navy Offices.
(Special to the Dulletlu.)
Washington, Jan. 1C. Secrctnn
Long nnd Rear Admiral Diadford np".
pcarcd before tho Senate Committee on
Naval Annirs today In advocacy of the
construction of n Pacific cable by tlio
Tho Secretaiy's statement was gem
era! and related entirely to tho feasibil
ity of the plan nnd Its advantages over
doing i-o work by private enterprise.
Rear Admiral Diadford detailed tho
operations of tho collier Nero, which 1,
now engaged In making n preliminary
survey of tno proposed lino west of Ho
nolulu. Ho said that tho survey had been
completed nnd that tho Nero was now
on Its return, making n "zigzag" sur
vey. According to the reports mado of
the prcllm.nnry woik. tho proposed ca
blo was entirely practicable. It Is to
run from San Francisco to Honolulu
thenco via the Mldwny Islands and
Guam to Dlngala Day, Island of Luzon,
with n spur for commercial purposes to
Tho average depth between Honolulu
nnd Midway Is 2,700 fathoms, between
Midway and Guam. 3,000 and between
Guam and Luzon, 2,800. Ho estimated
tho cost nt f i,050 per knot, which, with
tho amount necessary for steamers,
orflcers, cic, would bring tho cost up to
$10,000,000. Ho estimated tho entire
length of tho cable at 8,291 knots,
which allows 20 per cent for slack and
In connection with this statement
Admiral Urndrord said that ho under
stood tho nvciago expenses of tho Wnr
Department for messages to Manila to
Lo about $1,000 per day, nnd thnt tho
total of the expenditures of tho Navy
Department had amounted to $26,000.
Request to President
McKinley for Court of Claim?.
Tho Executlvo Council this morning
passed a motion thnt President Mc
Kinloy bo usked to crcnto u Court of
Claims to adjudicate claims ot dam
ages for property destroyed by tho
Hoard of Health. It was alfeo decided
to liavo blanks prepared for the filing
LAID ON THE TABLE
Tho report of tho conimltteo on tho
$200,000 appropriation, for goods to bo
destroyed In Chinatown, was this af
ternoon laid on tho tablo by tho Coun
cil of State, owing to conditions chang
ed a by S rutdnsy' shrdlu cmfwyp vbg
cd by Saturday's tiro.
Porto Rico Delegation Arrives.
(Speclnl to tho Bulletin.)
Now York, Jan. 16. Among tho pas
sengers w..o arrived today by the
steamer Philadelphia from Ponco and
San Juan, P. It., was a delegation of
Porto Rlcan merchants and citizens en
routo for Washington to consult with
President MeKlnloV nml nrnannt in
Congress tho needs ot the Island of
i-uerio uico. ino delegates aro In fa
vor of tho island being mado a terri
tory of tho United States. They also
favor a modification nf tnrlfr Inwa nnil
Report the Canal BUI,
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
Washington, Jnn. 16. Tho Senate
Commlttco on Inter-oceantc Cnnnls to
day agreed unanimously to report a
bill for tho construction ot th cNlcara
guan cnnnl. The bill Is tho samo as
that reported favorably In tho Houso
by tho Commltteo on Interstate and
Foreign Commcrco with a few verbal
Meat orders wcro sent out In good
tlmo Sunday, In spite ot lire Inconvenl
enco, but In ono case a meat delivery
wagon stood for hours on an upper
street. The driver left his chargo thero
while he attended a sociable party, and
In tho mcantlmo somo of his customers
waited for i.ielr orders.
British Fort Destroyed.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
Pretoria, Saturday, Jan. 11. As a re
sult ot the bombardment of Mafeklng
yesterday tho British fort at Eastward
was demolished and tho Brtlsh retired.
Ono uoor was wounded. Advices
trom tho head laager nt Ladysmith re
port that the nttack'on that place Jan
uary 0 was disastrous to tho British
and that Ladysmith appears to bo in
ONLY ONE CASE TODAY
Ylctfm a Japanese From Kukul and
Very Few Cases During Last Three Days
-Everybody Helping Relief Work
Along -Plague Notes.
2 i). m. Mrs. Kawnlkoa men
tioned below was reported by a
sanitary Inspector as "unat
tended." Dr. Wayson had been
there, however, beforo Dr. Pe
terson went lu answer to n call.
There Is nothing suspicious
about tho case. Two cases
therefore mako up tho entire
plague list slnco yesterday's re
port. New Plague Cases.
Slnco yesterday's lssuo several
plague und suspicious cases havo ap
pealed. Kckwano, Japanese, male, 23, from
Kallhl detention camp, Is a case of
Mlguno Sakulchl, Japanese, male, 27,
f rom. Niiunnu nnd Kukul streets, Is un
otiicr pronounced case.
Mrs. A. Knwalknn, Hawaiian, from
Inno oft i iinchbowl street nbovo tho
Portuguese chinch, Is denominated sus
picious. Said, a Japanese baby of two mouths,
dead at the kcroseno warehouse camp,
died of malnutrition.
National Guard Details.
Companies A, Lieut. Klomme: F,
Capt. Ludewlg, nnd C. Capt. Coster, aro
detailed today for guard duty till fur
ther orders nt Kallhl detention camp.
They will pitch tents at tho place.
Companies U, Capt. Cottreil; (1,
Lieut. Hose, and II, Capt. Murray, are
camped for duty at hendqunt tcrs. Exe
cutive building grounds.
Private C. Santos, Co. H, was sent In
fiom Kallhl this nioinliig 111 of fever.
Lieut. Col. McCarthy ordered him Into
tho military hospital.
More Men Wanted.
At the Citizens' Sanitary Commlttco
headquarters this morning there was
nothing to report beyond tho prosecu
tion of very active routine. Chairman
Thurston iu.Blted by Senator J. A.
MiCaudlcss, Judge Stanley nnd others.
Mr. Thurston, replying to a question,
said: "Yes, wo nro still short of In
spectors. Thero nre ory few districts
thnt havo not a man in them, hut many
nro so largo that they cannot bo effi
ciently covered with tho forco thus far
enlisted. Wo require moro men so as
to have tho lnrgcr districts sub-divided
and moro effectively Inspected."
Boardman House Burned.
At 8 o'clock this morning two flro en
gines nnd crews rallied at tho rcsldcnco
ot Geo. E. Boardman, bounded on
three sides by Knplolanl, Lunalill nnd
Kinau streets. Streams wcro played on
ilio roof of tho houso und the over
shadowing foliage to prevent tne
spread of tho flames when started to
adjacent lots. After half nn hour of
this work mO Interior of the dwelling
was fired, bursting Into flnmo through
out like a flash. It made n quick and
very hot flro.
Dr. Howard to Waiakamilo.
By unanimous voto ot the Board of
Health Dr. H. W. Howard has been
assigned to permnnent duty at the
Walakam..o camp. His work at that
placo has already begun. The Board
decided to do this on account of the
thousands of people from Chinatown
who will soon bo sent to the new camp
nnd tho Imperative demand for a com
petent medical man to take chargo of
tho 8itmu.on there.
Cleansing of Chinatown.
Tho ccsspoopls In Chinatown about
which peoplo havo manifested concern
oven after the flro purgation of the dis
trict, aro not to he neglected. They will
bo filled up with tho debris from tho
ruins to three feet of the surface, then
with fresh earth nnd coral to tho
ground level. Withal the filling and
surrounding area will bo thoroughly
Four to- adry natives aro under ar
rest for rouolng certain Chinese, places
of money and valuables during the flro
baturuay afternoon. They havo con
fessed to taking different things. Fol
lowing aro tho stores from which artl
clcs were taken: Wing Mow Chan.
Yuen Chong, Quong On Tal nnd Quong
ivco men .
No Morning Board Meeting.
There was no quorum for tho Board
of Health meeting to havo taken placo
at 10 o'clock In fact, Secretary Wil
cox was tho only functionary on hand.
Members of tho Board wero nil out on
duties calling for Immediate attention
in caring tor the homeless.
Duty at Kallhl.
Captain Ed. Towso, who had chargo
of Chinatown from Dr. Pratt for somo
time past, has been rolloved by W. H.
Hilts. Dr. Pratt and Captain Towso
havo been dratted to tho staff of J.'D.
McVeigh, In chnrge of Kallhl detention
Good Work of the Iroquois.
It Is generally admitted th.it, had It
not been for tlio Iroquois, tho Honolulu
lion Works must surely hnvo been
bin nt up In Saturday's flro. Tho work
dono by tho Iroquois was of tho very
greatest Importance- for, hnd tho Iron
works caught, the shipping nnd even
the town might have been destroyed.
To Fill In Anln.
Among tlio hardest worked men In
Honolulu today Is Minister Young who
is indefatigable In his efforts toward
clausing the city. In a short tlmo now
ho will hnvo tho dredger at work fill
ing In tho ditches and other unsanitary
phucs in the vicinity of the Chinese
There are at present flfty-slx police
guards In the employ of the Police. De
partment. Minister Young culled at
the police station yesterday and, find
ing nil the extra police Invites I use,
mado a request that more bo ordered at
once. Tho authority these bits of metal
carry with them was omplmslrc-l by the
Tusscl Over Blankets.
Thero wns rather a lively tusscl over
blankets at Kawalnhao church last
night. Every Chinaman wanted three
or four blankets nplcco nnd It was with
difficulty thnt they wero prevented from
bo doing. When the blankets ran out
Dcdsprcads wero issued, but tho China
men would not take theso. They want
Last night Col. Jones Issued an order
for the wholo of the National Guard
to go Into camp on tho Executive
building grounds. A strict guard is
placed at tho gates and no ono Is al
lowed to go out. Tho band will play on
the gioiimls twice ccry day. fdr the
benefit of tho soldiers. '
Relief Work Progressing.
Tho relief work begun by tho ladles
of the uinstlnn church yestcrdny N
being more fully developed today. Tho
ladles aro working hard nnd by tomor
row will be able to show somo excellent
Inspectors Were Out.
On Saturday afternoon all tho Cus
tom Houso Inspectors wcro called out
nnd posted as n guard ot safety nt the
Custom Houso and shipping while tho
threatening flro In Chinatown was In
A New Order.
After this no foreign vessels will bo
allowed to como into port without n
written order from tho Collector Gen
eral ot Customs or tho Board of Health.
This will of courso mako a great deal
moro work for the pilots.
Birth nt Knwalahno.
A Chlncso woman gavo birth to a
child nt ..awalahoa church last night.
Doth mother nnd child nro doing vory
Cull to Physicians.
It Is understood that President Wood of
the Hoard of Health has addressed letter
to various physlilans of the city, asking
them to devote a certain amount of their
time to the woik. of assisting the Board of
neaitn. i ne svorK has increased so much
that the small force of physicians of the
no.iru or neaitn is inadequate.
A larte number of free Jartanese who
arrived by recent steamers from the
urieni were let out of the quarantine
station Saturday evening, and nave gone
to various parts of the city to live. The
majo-iiy oi mese people were taKen in
tow by Japanese hotel keepers.
First Blood In Kentucky.
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
Frnnkfort, Ky., Jnn. 16. Ex-Congressman
David J. Colson shot and killed
Ethelbcrt Scott and Luther Dcmaree
this afternoon. The killing occurred In
tho lobby of tho Capitol hotel.
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