Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 09, 1901, Page 4, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
RVENINO BULlATiN. HONOLULU. Ill T., WKDNK8DAY. OCT. 9, 1901.
mbllahed Every Day Eicept Sunday,
at 210 Ring Street. Honolulu,
T. Hm by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO LTD.
Entered at the Pnt Offlco at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Per month, anywhere lu l S....J .75
Per year, anywhero lu U. 8.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, (orclgn 13.00
Payablo Invariably In advance.
Telephone .. ..
Post Office Box
..OCTOHEK . 1901
Thurston nays Humphreys Rets nil
Ms Btipputt from the Muennmu nrgan
of the Mainland, paper that fought an
nexation. The proprietors of the New
York Trllmno will read this statement
with unfeigned Joy.
Manila. Sept. 29. A disastrous fight
between United Stntcs troops nnd in
surgents occurred yesterday In thu
Ivland of Samar, near Ilalanglga. .
largo body of Insurgents attacked Corn
pany C, Ninth Infantry, only twenty
lour members of thojrompan; escap
ing. All the others nio reported 10
havo been hilled. The company were
at breakfast when attacked, and made
a determined resistance, but tho over
whelming number of tho Insurgents
compelled them to retreat. Of tho
survivors who havo arrived at Hasoy,
eleven are wounded.
According to tho 'ntcst returns the
strength of thu company was seventy
two. The sun Ivors Include Captain
Thomas V. Coniiel', l'lrst Lieutenant
Edward A Hum pus nnd Dr. H. S.
Cnptnin Edwin Mool.mlllcr of tm
Ninth Infantry reports that UeiiPil
... ,, Hughes Is assembling a lorco to at
With one race to her credit them Uc, ,l(, ln,urK(mtg,
teems to he no good reason to loso hops r10 insurgents captured nit th.i
In tho nblllty of the Columbia to de stores and ammunition of tho com-
fend America's right to yachting supre- pany, nnd nil tho rifles except twciiV-
macy. This race was or n raarnrai "
. . .. it.. Ixtimif tlin mnrn iTnfl
iat ";"" '"" - ";;" Twentyllrst Infantry reports n
mis. Sir Thomas has n'aenln''t'in' engagement with lnst.rgJ.-nts ne
boat tins year, inn uiu "'
capacity for handling a yacht has t
to find an equal.
TO INVE8TIGATIS HAWAII.
Judgo Humphreys has been vindicat
ed by Oio Attorney lleneral and Presi
dent Rooscvdt. Hut tho end Is not )ot.
In consequence of tho utter falsity o! illalanglga. where over lorty men
the charges made agulust lliimplircys
showing a thoroughly malicious spirit
on tho part of his dcfamcrsyind In
consequence of tho counter charges
made by Ilumphrejs against the Dolo
admlnlstiatlon and Its supporters, the
President seriously contemplates an
Investigation of the Territorial admin
istration. This plan Is not new to
President Roosevelt. As was set forth
by tho New York Tribune's Washing
ton correspondent President McKlnley
beforo his death had this move In
mind, and It was anticipated ho would
request fro-,1 Congress authority for
the appointment -of a commission to
sift Hawnllan affairs to the bottom.
The attack on Humphreys served as a
culmination of tho evidence against
tho Dolo ring that has been piling up
In the various departments for months.
McKlnley was naturally dlslncllmd to
Captain Lawrence J. 1 learn of tho
delatin. tho Americans losing ono hill
cd and two wounded. Tne Insurgent
less has not bcc'i ascertained. Tho
Americans captured 30.000 pounds m
rice nnd soernl hundred rounds of
.Manila, slept. .".0. General Hughej,
fiom the Islanu of Samar, reports tlu
arrival ot Sergeant Mnrkley and on-j
private at Tannan from tuo fight U
Company C, Ninth Ufnntry, were kill
ed by Insurgents, who attacked tho
troops while at breakfast Saturdav
last. The men who have reached Tan
nan say that tho officers of tho com
pany, who were nt first reported io
havo escaped, wcro killed with tho ma
jority of tho company. Tho troops
wcro attacitcil. wniio unprepared., uy
400 bolomen, of whom the Amcrlcnns
killed nbout H'). Many of tho soldb-ra
wore killed In their quarters befoio
they had time to grasp their rifles.
General Hughes Is going to th-)
scene of the disaster nnd will person
ally command tho troops.
Mnnlln, Sept. 30. A new branch of
the Katlpunnn has been discovered at
Tardlac. capital of the province of thnl
name. Tho object of the society Is th
slaughter ot tho whites. Maiccllno
!, . ,.ii,m,1 ,., .v-.l.u 1,1- rlilpf i B"v' Presiueni oi iiunuuiig. is nu
aiiunu v avi ..j.... v f,1ttf if tlin nnitf ltnifh WMIn
eludes ntimhers of
nppolntce lu this Territory, and Roose
velt will be equally slow. In fact careful
not to tako any step that could In uny
way be Interpreted as a reflection upon
the administration of his predecessor.
In moving for an Investigation Pres
ident Roosevelt Is fulfilling to the let
ter bis announced determination to fol
low In the footsteps of McKlnley. The
Hawnllan administration has been .1
failure. McKlnley realised It before hU
death and It la brought home to Presi
dent Roorcvsli with renqwed force by
the rcpoil of Attorney General Knox
1 BRITISH IN Nil
Npw York. Oct. 2. A cablo to the
Sun from Ileriln sa)s Papers con
nected with the llocr quarters at flrus
sels and The Hague print a dispatch
from Durban, dated Octuber 1st, stut
lng that General IJotha made another
attack on General Hamilton's brigade,
southeast of Melmouth Kultiland. The
Iloers killed or wounded more than ISO
of the lliltlsh and took some urlsoucrs.
They capttued forty wagons and large
herds of cattle. General Ilotha con
Inucs lils advance Into Natal. His out
posts are already on the Tugela river.
A cablo to thn Sun from Pretoria
says: There has been severe fighting
near Magatz Nek. General Delarey at
tacked Colonel Kekewlch at dawn. The
IlritlBh casualties were heavy. The
troops fought magnificently. Tho
Scottish horse sustained the heaviest
losses. Eventually the Doers were re
pulsed with heavy loss. General De
larey had suddenly concentrated about
1000 men, and with these he made tho
London, Oct. 2. Lord Kitchener to
day reports that two officers and thirty-one
men have been killed in an at
tack made on Colonel Kekculch's camp
at Moedwlll. Tho Doers, who were
under Commandants Delarey and
Kemp, had fourteen officers and 111
men wounded, after two hours, fighting
when fh'o Doers were driven off. Col
onel Kckowlch was among the wound
ed. Tho Doer reverse at Moedwlll occur
red on September 28th. The Doers aie
reported to havo been 1000 strong. Lou)
Kitchener In his llspatch says tho
British repelled tho attack with great
vigor. Colonel Kekewlch was sllgli y
wounded In two place3. He says that
nil ranks behaved extremely well, The
wounded were taken to Itustenberg,
half way between Pretoria and Mafc-klng.
Lord Kitchener confirms the heavy
losses of the Doers, about 250 klhed
and 300 wounded, during their attack
on tho forts of Itala.
He saya the guns recently captured
at Vlakfontein have been recovered
from tho Doers,
branch, wlilch in
..io nativo constab
ulary, who were icccntly armed. Ono
policeman admits that ho was taxul
$1 and was oruered to make bolos. A
regular collection uns been made by
the organization from tho natives ulih
or by persuasion or threats and an
uprising hnd been planned tor an
Manila, Oct 3. The- latest advices
from tho Island of Samar giv b.iv
lowlng details of tho slaughter of the
members of Company C, Ninth United
Stntes Infantry, last Saturday at Hi
langlga. They stuto that the Presl.
dent of the town, claiming tn he frlci: I
ly, led the nssault In person.
Tho light was long premeditated,
nud tho Filipinos were called to com
mit tho slaughter by tno ringing ol
ruin ill hells nt da light. They gut
hctwecu tho roldlers, who wcro break
fasting, and their quarters. Tho In
surgents wero mostly armed with bo
los. but they had a few rllles wli'i
HE 5J&V5 MY
- MAY SHI H
WELLS FOR MAYOR
Following are tho Republican nomi
nations for city officers of San Fran
cisco: Mayor Asa II. Wells.
Auditor Harry Daehr.
District Attorney Arthur O. FiBk.
County Clerk Albert D. Mahonoy.
Sheriff John I.ackmann.
Treasurer John E. McDougald.
Recorder Charles E. Corey.
City and County Attornoy Joseph
Public Administrator John Fau
bam. Tax Collector Edward J. Smith.
' Coroner Dr. C. A. Glover.
Police Judges C. A. Low, Frank P.
Denver, Col., Oct. 2. Lyman .1.
Gage, Secretary of tho Treasury, ar
rived here this morning, nays a dis
patch from Doiilder to the Republlcau,
and left on the narrow gaugo train
for Camp Talcott, tho home of Colonel
Dralnaril, on Left-Hand creek, near
Ward. Secretary Gage Is Interested
to no little extent in tho mines at that
Regarding Secretary Hay, Mr. Ou;e
said: "Well, Secretary Hay Is getting
tired of tho business. Ho ts a man of
the strictest honor: bo 1b very sensi
tive, however, and It hurts him, aftc.
ho has worked bard, to be misrepre
sented, cartooned and lampooned. He
Is independently rich. He can do as
he wishes, go whero be desires. He
has some very intimato trlends, anJ
ho would rather enjoy llfo surrounded
by ngreeablo companions and hlj
books than nttend to tho tiresome
and changeless routlno of the offlco of
Secretary of State.
I should not bo surprised u no
would soon withdraw. If so, Ron:
will probably be ills successor."
COLOMBIA CLAIMS VICTORY
Washington. Oct. 1. The following
cablegram was received at the Colom
bian Legation In this city tonight:
"Bogotn, Oct. 1. Colombian Minis,
tcr, Washington: We have obtained a
signal victory over Venezuelan troops
that In vaded GoaJIra, under Venez
uelan officers nnd under the Venezue
lan flag, without a previous declara
tion of war.
ADADIAMENDEZ, Minister of For
Some uncertainty exists In the mind
of the officials of the delegation, as to
whether Mils victory over the Venezue
lans Is Identical with that vlctoryhore
tofore reported via Curacao, In the
Press dispatches, or Is the result ol
another fight. Dr. Sllvn, the Minister
Is llncllned to tne former opinion,
Duke o? Coi-nwnll Turnrf Horn:.
Victoria. D. C. Oct. 2. Tho Ditto
and Duchess of Cornwall and Yuilt
left by tho Empross of India at 10
o'clock tonight for Vancouver, having
again turned tneir faces to Uio Rist
for their homoward trip, which will
occuny Just a month, Including stoju
at all tho larger cities in Canada am
a short ono on the prairies to enjoy a
hunting trip. Today was spent In an
Informal way, tho party enjoying a
trip In the Admiral's launch throujn
tho pretty Island waters known an
Victoria arm, and then taking a drlvn
around the roads which have made
Will U HAWAII
EPISCOPAL BISHOPS AT
Believed Their Decision Will Be Final
For All Time -Other Im-
portant Matters Com
San Francisco, Oct 2. The triennial
convention of Episcopal nisnops,
clergy and laity, convenes today In
San Francisco for the first time, after
having been held for nearly two cen
turies on the Atlantic sea Iiorder.
There aro many questions bearing
close on important Issues to bo dis
cussed nnd acted upon by the conven
tion. Somo ot them may bo tabled,
while others may ho loift before the
Houso of BlBhops, but among thoso
which will undoubtedly recclvo atten
tion nro those relating to mnrrlagc and
divorce, the provisional system, report
of commission on marginal readings
of the Scriptures nnd report of the
commissions on tho constitution and
canons of the church.
That part of tho general convention
which will most Interest the public nt
large will bo the OP"1 discussions of
tho low'er house on some of the lend
ing questions of the life of tho church,
whjch are demanding Immediate ac
tion. Tho hulk of tho work of tho
convention will, however, be done In
commlCteo nnd the various boards
which nro to meet at this time. Among
the most Important of the many ques
tions which will receive attention dur
ing the two sessions of the convention
two appear to bo uppermost In the
minds of the delegates. Th'cy aro the
question of ritual, and the transfer of
the church In, Hawaii from tho Church
of England. '
Both arc conceded to be difficult
The question of tho church In Hawaii
U expected to prove a thorn In IhOsldo
of tho convention. This matter Is, of
course, entirely new to the convention,
as the necessity for Its discussion has
only Just arisen.
Tho annexation of the Islands Is tho
cause for bringing It up nt this time.
Previous to their becoming a part ot
the Republic, tho church there was
under the direction of the Church ot
England. From the moment of an
nexation the authority of the Church
of England ceased, nnd as a result tho
church In Hawaii became part of the
American church. No difficulty would
hao been experienced In the transfer
had the matter not been seriously com
plicated by the condition of things In
Tho question Is simply this: There Is
n territory within the Jurisdiction of
thcr.Unlted Stntes, and, therefore, i.n
der the Jurisdiction nnd direction of
the American church, hut over this part
of the church In American territory
presides an English Bishop, who re
fuses to acknowledge the nuthorlty of
tho American church, and holds nlle
glance to the Archbishop of Canter
bury. Tho church people themselves have
declared for the authority of the Am
erican church, and the Bishop stands
nlono in his contention. How to settle
the matter amicably Is tho difficulty.
Mnny solutions have been offered.
Tho Bishop of Now York has sent n
personal Invitation to tho Bishop ot
Honolulu to bo present at the conven
tion nnd he has accepted the Invitation.
Independent of tho Bishop has romu
a special delegation from the church,'
people themselves. No ono doubts but
that somo solution of the difficulty will
he attntned and tho matter forever dis
posed of at this convention.
OF THE FAVORITE
and HUBBARD 3
Fop utile by the
E PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. 3
These cnodj wtre ordered from advance
sheets of the catalo, ue of the above manu- t
facturrs, nnd ate the latest In design and
Call early and make your selections.
In addlllon to 'lie to coo feet of Garden
Hos lately received, the "Emily P. Whit
nev" brought us lo.cco ft, mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEET.
We have all grides, and our prices are
lower than ever qjoted In this market.
Beer and Win Dealer.
Kuk6l 8t, Near Nuuanu.
' Primo Beer
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
Architect, Contractor and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Box 160
Pacific Hardware Co.,
AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire' Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, 8artapa-
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Aie, Appie ciaer, pineapple, peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktail.
Mineral Water Carltbad, Cor.
gre,.LIthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barmtead 8111, Bolton,
for family and medical die a specialty.
Brew and Aerated Water, 60c per
doz. Dlitllled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohn, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
Geo. W. Page. .., Tel. 229
P. V. Ueanlslee. P. O. Dox 77
BEARDSL.EE, i PAOE
Architect! and Builders.
Office, Rooms 24, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
dUILDER . . .
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harness, just received via the
"OLYAIPIC," for sale at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort nid Alakca.
Puul R. Ittcnliarg,
C. F. Ilcrrlck,
CHflS. F. HERR1GK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
BIG INSURANCB COMBINE.
Snn I'rnnclsco. 8ont. 29. A nrens
dispatch from London, published yen
terday morning, gave the merest de
tails of tho amalgamation of the All if
ad Phoenix Assurance Companies. Fur
ther details wero Riven yesterday in
tho following cablegram to tho loi-ul
agency of the Atlas Company:
Provisional agreements havo been
entered Into for amalgamation of cap
itals, funds, assets, directors. Blah's of
Phoenix Assurance Company and At
las Assurance Company, under name
of Phoenix and Atlas Fire Office, Lim
ited. Tho general manager of the
amalgamated company will bo Samuel
.1. Pipkin, now general manager of the'
Atlas. Holli companies agencies will
Thla combination means that tho
now company will have assets exceed
ing $20,000,000. The Atlas has main
tnlned Its exlstenco for nlncty-thr-io
yeurs and tho I'linenlx for 119. Franl;
J. Devlin Is local mauagor for tno
first-named company and llutlur &
Hewitt for tlia latter. According to
tho cablegram, both San FranclHrn
agencies will bo maintained, and If
any thanges aro Intended they will not
bo known until a letter of nilvlt;
reaches hero from tho home olllco if
the combine, whlc. Is In Loudon.
THERE IS ONIY ONE
The puro Julco of tho urapo
fruit, caroonatcd only by
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agent for Territory of
Island orders sollcltod,
601 Fort 8t. -f Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for bilclc and wooden buildings, also
Office and residence. 312 Queen li
near Government building.
H. R. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at cither shop
or .offlco at John Nott's store. King
street, will receive' prompt attention.
Opening Announcement I
VEHICLES AND HARNESS
We are showing a very
carefully selected line of
vehicles and Harness.
which we are selling at prices that cannot be discounted anywhere for
the same quality. Come and lor k at these goods. If we cannot suit
you both In price and qualhy, we shall not expect you to buy.
All Ordcr-H Promptly Filled.
Great 8hlpmcnt of Wall Paper.
Philadelphia, Pa Oct. 2. Tho
American steamship Hawaiian which
arrived here 'lucuday from Hilo will
carry back to San Francisco 1,500,000
Tolls of wall paper consigned to par
ties on the Pacific Coast. This ship
ment Is the largest of tho kind ovor
made from an Eastern port, and cquaU
tho total output of many of tho larg
est factories In'the United States.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
ThaCs whero wu
now are, and wo ar
keoplug the lead.
Wo have found out what the.pooplo really want, and In supplying
that want Is tno secret of our sucess.
-' Low Prices and Lofty ValueB in Wall .Papers, xWlndow Shades,
Bcrctnnto 8t next to corner of liinma.
'Phone Main 3S8. P. O. Box 833.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock unit Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
. Son Francisco. Col.
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us and if you haven't al
ready begun to trado with us
you aro wishing you wefo.
We will not advertise sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week becauso wo keep every
thing in tho grocery lino, but
the inducements we offer nro
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
, POST OFFICE LANE.
MF'C CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street,
z Bet. Beretanln and Pnuulil.
Fine Carriages. Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly nttc-nded to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 541. P. O. Box 878.
W. C. ACHI & CO
. Brokers & Dealers
We will Duy or Soil .Real Estate Is
all parts ot the group,.
I We will Sell Properties, on Reason
OFFICE. 10 West King streh
( fW&M VWK
To Let op Lease
A File House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku 8U.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK ARD B0D BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
But most people are not
worrying about it.
They just buy on of our
desk or celling fnnsand
keep cool. That's what you
should do. The cost Is very little
In comparison to the amount of
comfort you will get from them.
Prices- DESK FANS, $10.00
CEILING " 40.00
Telephone Mnln 0O.
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Compaiy
i " i it i i -i
"A .d. Jjm