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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13, 1900.
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IBATLY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING! CO., IID.
At 120 King Street, Hoaoluln. Territory of Hawaii.
Bally every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED TRESS.
WaIIuco 15. Rrrlnjjton, - Editor
IVf Month, n litre In IJ.S 8 .7K
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
f-pl I Editorial Rooms,
m. -wit. j Business
Andrew Carnegie became confuted cb.mcd dally In the ninrkcts or Droi.
liy the crossing streets near Scott cli iltn. Chemnitz, nnd other cities nnd
tie, Washington, and loit his wn aic naturally preferred to flsh trnns
when calling on Secictao ltool putted on Ice. Living sea flsh arc
News Item. ui.m transported, to n less extent, In
Ah, Andrew. We would in Hint It
"Tlio Hoard can pass this otcr my
head." retorted I'orn Alctt brought
Up n matter of mule feed which had
been up befoie the ltcuds "J J
lllldgcs Committee -News Item
Tho coincident of mule-feed Is
good. Now we Knw what makes tho
great men gre.it
Theio Is foil her Interesting rend
ing In lodac h -rctlon of Governor
1 'rear's statement before the Senate
Committee n Tactile Islands. Don't
fall in give H our intention, for cv
erv woid has n bearing on the pro
posed c hange In the laws under
which Hawaii Is to bo gocrned.
ONE THOUSAND AMHRICANS ARE
Tho nrilvnl In this cltj today of
upwnrds of ono thousand enlisted men
or tho Army nnd Nnvj Is mcicly the
forerunner of tho things which nro to
Honolulu has been tnlMng of what
Is to be, and more than one of our clt-1
liens pessimistically Inclined has
dampened tho ardor of the enthusi
ast by suggesting that It would "all
end In tnlk" ?nd the present genera
tion could hardly expect to realize on
the actual facts of speedy expansion.
Those who have retained their confi
dence In the country and remained
loyal tcj'the city are now to have
Like all good things, Honolulu will
have the plans for development nil
culminating at once, The arilva of
ono thousand citizens of the United
States to remain as permanent resi
dents of this Isand Is the greatest
slnglo Influx of American blood that
tho Territory has over recched. Equal
nnd larger numbers have passed
through, but this Is the largest per
And this Is only tho beginning.
In the wako of these cavalrymen
mid marines will follow at least nn
equal iiumbei' of American civilians,
who will not only lho here hut oxcr
cltu all the lights of citizenship In
this coinmiiulu, taking nn active
pait in the affairs of tho City and
These people, these Ameilcan citi
zens, will help Honolulu grow. And
coining from the mainland, fresh from
tho atmosphere of the public school,
tho town meeting, the cities and
towns of patriotic, frugal people, they
will help Honolulu to grow along tra
ditional American Hues, ns well ns
help in material strength figured in
This city welcomes tho cavalrymen,
tho nun lues, the olllcers. nnd the fam
ilies of nil. ' Whether this Is to be u
garrison town, or a seaport town, wo
want It, llrst, last, and alwajs, to bu
nn American town. With steadily In
cleaning numbers of the right kind of
pcoplo it will bo moro thoroughly
Amcricuh thnu It has been, nnd It
l.ns not been especially backward on
LIVE FISH MARKET.
Why not a market for Honolulu
that sells llvo flsh?
This city offers to the public tho
best flsh, fcir table use, to' bo round
in mi) market of tho world, nnd tho
majority of the fishing boats nro
equipped to keep tho catchy alive
mini cnu cisii ure uispiayeu in mo
market. At this point l( la necessary
to guard tlio public health by careful
Inspection, nnd the lish that spoil
must Invohe n hen toss in tho
(om ho of a year.
That llvo flsh lu tho market Is not
n now depaiture Is shown b tlio fol
lowing very Interesting leuoit tians
inltted by Consul Norton on the Ilsh
Industry of Saxony;
Tho problem of ccmvejlng the liv
lug Ilsh for long distances to jemnto
Markets has nssumed considerable lm
pi'itaiico. Tor scleral jcars past
freed water fish have been Imported
In. casj:s of water from various points
to the cltlos, at pomo connldcrnblo ex.
licnse. Tito Ilvlue flsfi cftn be pur
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
WIIUKUV ML1. 1. 1 II ir
r Six Moulin m .n
rt Vr, inyvhcrel,i US. . . . I. no
I'd You, !i)ulirre In Canada . I.rto
I'crWar putAlit, toieiKii 2.oO
E titer re) lit (lie Toiitofficv at Honolulu
ftf-toitt) cUki nt titer.
JANUARY 13. 1909
hill water tanks. They arc to ho
found thus far only In a few of tho
The ilesliahlllty of providing cheap
cr luenii3 of tianuportlng Saxon carp
to distant wlut3 reached hy llnvlal
routes haa led to tho Introduction of
iLgcnlotisly dovlscd rlcr craft for
tho lutrposc. They consist of scows
cr feot long nnd 1C feet wide. Tho
Interior Is divided by partitions Into
thirty compartments. In the bottom
nnd sides of n scow, as well as In tho
Inner partitions, crncks nro left open,
so thai when floating In n river there
N u continual circulation of fresh
water. The buoyancy of tho wood
composing the craft nllows tho upper
portion to project slightly above tho
surface of tho water, and to sustain
n small cabin for a crew. Tlie-o
scows are fastened together In pairs
floating down the Itlicr Elbe to Ham
burg, and being towed up stream to
Saxony by steam tugs. Such n pair
of scows cones n cargo of 40 metric
tons (41.1 short tons) of living carp
at but a fraction of the expense In
volved In transportation hy rail, an
It costs but a trlflo to transfer the
Ilsh from the great carp ponds to tho
Tho city of Hamburg demnnds very
largo quantities of carp, especially In
the autumn, and this economical
method of bringing tho living- flsh
from the remote breeding places will
do. much to Increase tho demand.
These craft made tho first Journey
down the river during tho month of
i September Similar craft could pos
sibly bo utilized with advantage on
some of the larger American rivers
nnd on the great lakes for convcjlng
Uvjng flsh to leading American cities.
Nuuanu Valley $25.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street : $25.00
Nuuanu Street $50.00
School Street $40.00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
Nuuanu Valley, 1 1-4 quarter
Manoa Valley Building Lots $1000
Also lots at Puunui and Kaimukl,
Beach property at Kaalawal.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
a quick, easy means of reaching
steamers four days from port.
RATES arc LOW,
33.60 On Young Street
near l'rfwna Lsuic; com
pletely furnlthcd; " bed
looms; electric lights;
Kim; large yard; scrvnnla
quarters; artesian water.
:ir.00 On lleretnnl.i St.
near l'tlknt 8t.; :t bed
looms; electric IIkIiIh;
g.is; good piano; linen;
servants quartern and
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
THOUSAND TROOPS COME
TO AUGMENT GARRISON
iv ba uioji psnnnuoo)
oicl commandant, tho maor's secre
tary will bo the regimental adjutant.
Tho municipal band will thai that of
Honolulu, tho l'irth Cavalry hand be
ing ono of the most famous musical
organizations In tho sen Ice.
The port commissary sergeant will
open his supply depot nnd run, for tho
benefit of otllcerH nnd their families, a
combined grocery store, ment market,
and vegetable market. Tho post quar
termaster sergeant will dlspenBo tho
t.ecessltlcs of life other than edible.
There will bo a municipal hospital,
under tho direct suponlslon of a doc
tor, skilled not only In tho treatment
of diseases, but In nil matters rclatlnt;
to sanitation ns well, and ho will bo
nblo to prcNcnt sickness by seeing that
tho Inhabitants of tho city obey tho
laws of health.
There will bo n police force which
will maintain perfect order. Tho most
reckless skallawag ho who delights
to make grimaces at n warning pollco
oincer will think twlco beforo ho
sticks out his tongue at Uncle Sam's
lion gloved authority.
Doubtless tho post will bo a center
of interest for citizens of Honolulu and
visitors ns well, for all time to como.
A Dashing Spectacle
The cavalry plain, given up cxcltis
lU'l yto tho evolutions of tho troops
mounted, will furnish a sight such as
fow folk who hao not lled near n
largo cavalry garrison hnvo over been
able to witness. Two full squadrons
oc mounted men, madly galloping
through tho evolutions of tho school of
tho regiment, each Individual unit re-
spondlng Instantly to tho strains of tho
cnvnlry trumpet, Is always on imposing
For sears tho Fifth Cnvnlry has been
so scattered that regimental, or oven
sqnnidron ciiin, linn rarely been jkis-
slble. Lost tlmo will now bo mado up
for. and tho troops will bo put through
their paces In a manner which must
stir the blood of tho patriotic citizen.
The railway company will probably
find tratno pretty heavy on da)s when
npindron or regimental drill is sched
uled. , j, J,
TMOMA3 REACHES DOCK AT
EARLY HOUR THIS MORNING
'Twos barely 7 o'clock when tho big,
whlto transport Thomas slipped Into
her berth iilongBldd tho Immigration
whiuf this morning. Dcxplto thu enrly
tour, thero w;aa an Impatient throng
on tho wharf, awaiting n chnnco to
greet tho troops.
Captain Ilcrger bad planned to hnvo
tho Hawaiian hand at tho duck when
thu Thomas arrived, hut though on
band himself, ho had to wait qultu n
whllo befcii o his bandsmen an hed,'
most of ilium not having expected thu
Hup In mi early.
Captain Falls, United Stales depot
quaitei master heio, Captain Castuor,
constructing quartermaster in charge
of lho Lcllchua cantonment work, anil
Captain AV. C. Fay, U. 8. XL C, woro
on hnuil to extend an official welcomo
to tho soldiery.
Flush for the Deck.
Hardly had tho gangway totichpd tho
dock, when tho olllcers, closely fol
lowed by tho newspaper men, mndo n
dash for tho deck of tho ship. Thorn
was nn excited shaking of hands and
IDEAL SLEEPING GARMENTS
Made of riannelettc. Afjcs'l to !
many old acquaintances were renewed.
Doth Mrs. Falls nnd Mrs- Cnstncr
were among3 lho 'passengers nnd two
happy family reunions were soon In
Mnnv of tho edder nlTlccrt of tlio
Fifth Cavalry had been hero on prior
icatlons, nnd tlio hastily began
seaichlng out remembered iolnts of
Interest on (hu Bhorc. Unlisted men,
on tho deck3 below, cicidcd to tho
mils and gazed wl(h Intent Interest at
the shore lino.
Theio was n general demand for
newspapers nnd Information, nnd nil
thoFc who had hoaidcd tho ship wcro
Inundated wlib question'.
.In tho mean'tlnic, the l.ito bandsmen
having arrived, tho Hawaiian hand 'bo
gnu to piny.
Dand Plays Welcome
Tho word was passed around that It
was tho "Itoynl Hnwidliin llniul" Hint
wns playing, and there was n general
I ilsh for tho starboard lull, When tho
band finished Its first selection. It wns
heartily npplnudcd, the listeners tcsli
tying to their appreciation hy n violent
vnvlng of haukcrchrefs
Less than n half hour after tho gang'
way wns lowered, the men wcro being
rent nshoro and lined up on tho wharf.
Uinccrs hastily buckled on their sldo
nrins, and tho Thomas was onco moro
a troop ship. Orderlies hastened to
the upper deck nnd reported to tho of
ficers. Colonel Schuyler gavo pcrinls-
lion for men to stroll about town, ami
soon thero was ni general exodus to
wurci cue cuy.
Will Sail Tomorrow.
Just when tho Thomai wUl proceed
en her way to tho Orient Is not certain.
It wns announced this mnrnlng that
the ship would not sail before 3 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon nt any rate. Ab
jooii ns tho steamer reached her wharf
this morning, sho began Inking on tho
coal needed to complete her Miyngo.
RANKING OFFICERS OF THE
FIFTH U. S. CAVALRY
Tho ranking nntccrs of tho two
bquadions of tho Fifth Cavalry, now
here, aio ns follows-
Colonel Wnltcr S Schuyler, com
mnndlng regiment; Lieutenant Colonel
fieorge K. Hunter; Captain John M.
Jenkins, commanding first squadron;
Major Foster, commanding third squad
ron, Captain William 1) Forsyth, reg
imental adjutant; Captain Clarence It.
l)a. regimental quaitermnstcr; Cap
tain Harry O. Wllllard, commanding
Troop K; Captain Wnllaco II. Scalos,
commanding Troop M, Captain Chas.
II. Halght, commanding Troop I; Lieu
tenant Daniel 1'. Qulnhin, commanding
Troop C; Lieutenant Charles C. Win
iila. commanding Troop I); Llcutchnut
Hubert M. Dnrton, commanding Tioop
A; Lieutenant William i:. Wlientlcy.
commanding Troop I., Lieutenant Al
bert U. Duckcry, commanding Troop II.
A FAMOUS REGIMENT IS
THEOLD FIFTH CAVALRY.
Thu Fifth. Cnvn!ry lias ono of tho
most distinguished records of nny reg
iment In tho service. It wns organized
as the Second Itcgtmcnt of Cnvnlry hy
nn Act of Congress of March 3, 1S.15,
On August 3. 1801, its numerical des
ignation was changed to tho Filth Cnv
Throughout tho great Civil Wnr Is
boro Its full share of the brunt of tho
rghtlng. With tho close of tlio war,
tho leglmeiil was sent out onto lho
frontier nnd, for two decades, it was
kept busy lighting rencgado Indians
It wiib tho Firth Cavalry that Cnpt.iln
Charles King, thu noted uiithor of
stories of Army life, spent most of
Ms nctlvo service.
Colonel Schuyler, the coinmaudliig
officer of thu leglment, entered tho
United Stntcs Military Academy at
West Point in lSGi'.. lu IH70 ho gradu
ated and wa's commissioned second
lieutenant lu tho Fifth Cavalry, lu '87
ho reached his captaincy, beennio MnJ
or In tho Ninth Cavalry In '9a, lieuten
ant colonel In '03 and colonel in 1900.
During tho war with Spain ho served
In tho volunteers. On May 12 ho was
commissioner Major and AsslBliint Ad
jutant (lencral, resigning In tho fol
lowing July to nccept tho command of
tho 203rd Now York Volunteer Infnn
try. In 180'J ho bcciimo colonel or tho
Forty-sixth United States Volunteer
Colonel Schuyler wns brevettcd first
lieutenant on Fohru.iiy 27. 1890, for
gulhint services In ucllon against In
dlans nt Muchpj Canyon, Ailz., Hep
Umber 23, 1872, on I ost lllver, Ailz.,
Juno 20, 1873, nt Salt Itlver, Ariz., April
28, 1871 and In tho Hed ltnck Cmuitry.
Ariz., on May 4, 1874. At tho snmo
tlmo ho v.us brevettcd captain for gal
lantry In action against tlio Indiana In
tlio lllg Horn Mriuntaln, Mont., Novem
ber 20, 1870.
Lieut Col. Hunter wns appointed to
West Point in 1873, graduating in
1877 He reached his captaincy In
1891. was mndo major In Ml mid lieu
tenant colonol of tho Fifth Cnvnlry on
June 30, 1000.
Major Foster graduated from West
Point with tho class or 1872, becunio
second lieutenant of tho Fifth Cnvnlry
(he same year, captain In 18UC and
major lu 1904.
Captain Jenkins graduated fiom
West Pnliit lit 1883 and reached his
present rank In 1901.
Captain Wllllard graduated fiom
West Point lu 1892 and began captain
Captain Day graduated lu 1893 and
iiachol his present rank In 1903,
CiipLin Scales graduated fiom Wost
Point lu 1891 and was commlssloiie'd
) captain In 1901.
Captain Iluloht graauated rrom Co
lumbla University with tho degrco of
E. S In 1898. Ho served In tho war
v.lth Spain in Squadion A, New Yoik
VohmeeerB, wns commissioned second
llcjitcnant of artillery in 189S, was
transferred to the cavalry nnd reached
his present grade In 1905.
Four full companies of mnrlh'cn, ci"h
t'limbcrliig about 127 men, will cim
pilso tho new uuirlno garrlfon heio
Tho troops arrived this morning on
tl.o U. S. S. lliiffnlo, nnd will probably
go into camp some time tomorrow.
Major C. (1. 1-ong, U. S. M. C, will
command tho batlalftin. Thu ptcscnl
ccnnpan nt Camp Vci), will cea?o to
exist ns u unit and thu men will ho
assigned lu thu other four companies
Captain W. O, Fay becomes post qunr
U minster and censes to bo n (oinpiin
lho olllcers who nrrlvcd on tho llnf
It Iq this morning nro nt follows:
Major C. (1. Long, commanding bat
tnllon; Cnpt. II. C. Snyder, Companv
A", Cnpt. W. W. Low, Company II.
Capt. C. Campbell, Company C, Cnpt
1'. A, Itamscy, Company 1); 1st Lieut
It. O. I'nderwood, 1st Lieut. 1. D.JUI
fore, 1st Lieut. L. P. Plukston, 1st
Lieut. It. II. Fiirqiilinrson, 1st Lieut. I..
H. Willis, 1st Lieut. 12. P. Moscn, ud
Jltnnt; 1st Lieut. M. 12. Shearer. 1st
Lieut. C. Ancrum, 2d Lieut John Mars
PHIL SHERIDAN COMES
WITH CAVALRY TROOPS
Lieutenant Phillip II. Sheridan Fifth
Cavalry, U. S, Army, who arrived hero
this morning on thu transport Thonns
lo tho son of lho Info (lcucr.il "Phil"
Sheridan, tho noted cavalry leader of
tho Civil War.
Sheridan was appointed to West
Point In 1898, graduating with tho class
of 1902. Ho was commissioned second
lieutenant lu tho Ninth Cavalry on
Juno 12, 1902, nnd was transferred to
the Fifth Cavalry cm Mny 2, 1903.
In addition to tho icguhir musical
nnd dramatic piograni for tho benefit
thcic will bo several specialties thai
will prove very entertaining. Mrs
McLenmiu, whoso ability In tho dra
matic lino Is widl known in Honolulu
will glo leadings of character parts
lu which shu Is especially good.
Mrs. -ttlwiilmrg will do a veiy fetch
lug song nnd dance with n sextet of
pIckuhlnnlcH to a banjo accompani
ment. Thu "pickaninnies" are all well
known people, and many will recognize
familiar faces thioiigh tho blackening
Tickets Tor tho entertainment aic
relllng rnst. Many letervatlous were
mado today nt tho litrgstiom Mu-dc
Co., hut there me still many good bcuU
A movement for tlio amalgamation
or all labor unions on tho (lieat
Lakes was started at a conference or
interested organizations lu Cleve
land. Wc Bck to Call Attention to
Our Large Ntw Stock
Cups & Saucers
These goods were selected
with great care and comprise
the very best in the art of
Sold singly or by the dozen.
H. F. Wichman & Co,,
LADIES' PELT HATS, FEATHERS,
1UUB0HS, FLOWERS, CHIP
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
wire irames Hade to Order.
30 KING- ST.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box 001. Telephorie"031.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERQIN, Proprietor.
Mayor of Leon . . .. ..
Dun ArclMMa Guedea, Myor ef Lttm, Gttaimy,at Mexico Having
Derived Satisfactory Results Frmn the c 'se cfl'cnma, . ilvises tne
reruna Company eftlte tad
-1' r, f
MUNICIPAL PALACE-, LEON,
Tiic Pcruna Drug Co.,
Columbus, Ohio, U. S.
Having taken Pcruna with
o- ix . l i
; ..'.Vv .
jMciv i) . - . t i--ayvr ;i.- s
A? A i t dff . r iti'UAtl-t.fim'b. j . ' . Jti
pleased to advise you of It by means of this letter.
(Mayor of Leon.")
Catarrh o Not Countries.
In cold ccuinlrle cntnrrh inually at-,
'ecta tho bend, throat or lungs.
lint thoro Is a form of catarrh quite ns
icrloiiic end uunlly of a moro rente
form, which liiildnnvny In lictcnuntrles,
such a Texas, Mexico and a largo por
tion of Kcmth America. Tlili form or
catarrh affects tho alimentary ciniil.
The stomach, liver, bowclnamlktJneya
nro the principal orgiius iiUciictl.
Whllo It Is truo that occasionally In
hot countries cntirrh of the nor" or ca
tarrh of tho bead cicc-uri.lt is also true
that In cold cuiintries during tho warm
ee.nom catarrh of the atxtuinlnal organs
It remains n fnct, however, Hint ca
tarrh, of tho respiratory organo U
Tho following wholesalo drug-1
gists will supply lho retail trade,'
TO MAKE ROOM P0R NEW GOODS.
Not REGALS, but otl;cr good makes.
MEN AND WOMEN'S OXFORDS
AND LACE BOOTS.
All the Latest Styles in Black and Tan. $3.00 Shoes
nt $2.50; $2.50 Shoes nt $2.00; $2.00 Shoc3 at $1.50.
LADIES AND MISSES' WHITE CANVAS TIES.
Regular, $3.00, selling at $2.50; $2.50 tics at $2.00.
Regular $2.00, selling at $1.50; $1.50 ties at $1.00.
$2,50 Shoes at $200;
Shoes at $1.00.
Some GO Pairs, left over from Christmas, selling
$1.25 per pair. The regular price is $2.50.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
1 iutuii.HXJ.UL,aa xiujii.ui.Liu, Jinu mill -ur.UUi.Li DID,
ftjtAJMKCT !SSaj3I3 EM&Wm
R. GEO. ORDWAY has full charge of
our Upholstering Department. Tele
phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to
your home and give you estimates of the
cost of the work you want done. All
work done by Mr. Ordway is of the very
COYNE FXTJEUNTITURE CO., LTD.
. $1,00 TO S2.25 A
'S, Fort St.
'..... r..'.:.. ".,.:..,.'L, -
in the l-oimeing J uier .-
E. Vr MC
as&, . .a rr ,
Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico, Oct. 10, 1905.
very satisfactory results, I
cbnriu'tcrlstln of coh( runtilrles, whllo
catarrh of the nllrncntnr canal nnd
ntiJomlnnl organs h chnractcitetlc uf
Words or Gratitude.
Mr.M.S.ltodrlgiUi', Vimegns.H. f.. P.,
Mexico, In a recent liltirtu Tin l'nuua
Drug Mfg.Co., wrlti-c:
"Since the nj;e of eight ) c.trs I hare
suffered with chronic catarrh.
"I consulted clifli-ri nt veil 1 nnwu
doctors and took many reim-dl", Put
nothing helped mo'p'-rmato ntly.
"Finally ono of your bookie N, 'Tho
Ills of Life.' reach, d my JiuiiiIk, nnd
seilng that other eases Jtut llki niliio
were being treated with l'irunu, 1 do
eldrcl to taku It.
"Atli r taking thrroliotllos, I consid
ered myJelf entirely well."
UUNSON, SJIIT1I & CO.,
w SissssM m$sm
$2.00 Shoes at $1.50;
Bulbs! Bulbs! Bulbs!
Varioas Kinds of riowering Bulbs.
Mrs. B.M. TAYLOR
THE I7L0RTT.ST. HOTEL YOUNQ Bid
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