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A Complete History of the Campaign in the Philippines.
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Vol. VH. No. 1287.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1899.
Piuoe 5 Obkts. f
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.IT PLEASES GERMANY
Berlin, July 20. Thn Cologne
Gazettes Apia correspondent cables
that tbo Germans there.are highly
ploaaed over tho Bucoesaoa achiev
ed by Baron Spook von Slornborg,
tbo German member of tbo Sa
moan commission, ncainst tbo op-
noaition of the commissioner of
Groat Britain, Mr. Elliott. Tho
German commissioner, tbe dis
patch adds, yielded to the demand
of tbo United States Commission.)
er, Bartlott Tripp, for the' confirm
ation of Ohief Justice Chambers'
docision merely as a matter of
form and iu order to preeorye the
valuable Amorican friendship,
Germany's influence, with tbe
natives, according to tbo Cologne
Gnzctte'B dispatch, is stronger
than ovor. It added that the Sa
moans demand special privileges
Ilnllitliiir of Nvr Crulim.
Washington, July 21. The
Board of Naval Chiefs decidod to
day to civo thirty months for
bull ling the six new protected
cruisers instead of twenty-four
months, as was first contemplated.
This ib due to the rush of private
work at all the shipyards, which
mado the yards indieposed to bid
on tbo vessels unless more timo
was given. The extension, it is
said, insures active competition
and l-)Wtr figures '
T Command th Indiana.
Washington, July 22. Secre
tary Long has tondored Captain
F. W. Dickins, acting ohief of the
Bureau nf Navigation , tbe com
mand of tlw battleship Indiana
whou Captain Ilenry Taylor ro
liuquishoH it in tbu fall. Captain
Diokins will probably accept tbe
EXHIBIT IS IN
Kpwortu Le'irue Coiirmtlon.
Indianapolis, July 21, Tbo re
solution committee of the Epworth
Leaguo Convention voted this
afternoon to givo San Francisco
the loagao convention two years
A letter received on the Ameri
ca Mara yestorday from tbo Eatt
ertTpromoters of tho Kohala and
Hilo railway states that within n
month the coastruoting engineer
will bo bere, and work will begin
surveying tho roatu immediately.
Mr. Piprson, who cornea to take
chareo of tbe work will be accom
panied either by Mr. Herbert u.
Gebr or W. J. Browne, or possib
ly -both. Mr. Jfierson is ono of
the best known railroad engineers
in tuo united estates, no naving
superintended tbo construction of
a groat many miles or road.
Tho final arrangements are now
boins made and overytbing is
progressing smoothly and rapidly.
It has been finally decided that
the first work doDe will bo be
tween Hilo and Eawaihae. Con
struction will be begun at both
places. To faoilitato tho handling
of passenpers and freight arrange
ments will be mado with tbo
Wilder S. S. Oo
The S. S. Australia, from San
Franoisco this morning, brought
16,655 packages of general mer
chandise consigned to various
local firms. Bishop & Co. received
five boxs of treasure, amounting
Tho report of tho master in
chancery approving the report of
Jonathan Shaw guardiau of Evo
lyu N. Bidwoll was this morning
approved by Judgo Perry. The
guardian is required to filo a bond
in tbe sum of 82000.
In tbeoaso of J. A. McCandloBS
vs. tho Waialua Agricultural Co.
defendants have filed objection to
intorregatories propounded on be
half of pliintiff.
Tho La Niufa was sold at auo
tion this morning to M Brash of
Hvmnn Bros for 860. He will
mako an attorn pt to float her. If it
Dan Logan Writes of His
Crowd Gathering and EwjthiDg Boomlng
Lots ef'Red Tape to Unroll Additions
That Are Needed.
does not prove successful she will
broken up. The paddy was Bold
to Qwong Sam Eee $400.
wllrii ftfl& i''ffi'?'&
Omaha, Neb , July 21. At last
tbo nnd has como to, tho red tapo
extending from tbe Ocoanio dock
at San Francisco to tho Exposi
tion grounds at Omaha. It took
five days to get a bill of lading for
tho railroad at tho former place,
and throe days to cot a release
permit for tho goods hero.
No business can bo done with
tbo custom bonso in this country
withont tbe intermediation of n
broker. Here at Omaha I bad to
have ono, and paid for bis services
without ever seeing him. This
morning tbreo receipts reach od.
mo in one envolope from tho
broker, from tho deputy collector
and from the storage firm. Duties
were paid on prosorves, canoe and
Well, 1 navo tbe Hawaiian ex
hibit nearly installed. It has
been warm work yesterday nnd
today, arranging things inside of
the glaBS casos forming tbe two
Hawaiian booths. The showing
is nil right, even beforo tho pic
ture fraraer has turned in bis
work. Instead of having too
much space, I havo a puzzle to
get overytbing into the booths so
as to show to good advantage.
Inspection by a committoo of
twenty-five will tako placo to
morrow, and Hawaii will not bo
tho least propared for it. Yet a
week from then our oxhibit will
look fifty percent bolter than at
Tho directorate has everything
done just as I want it, but the
main sobemo is not adapted to
somo parts oi tuo exhibit. An
other booth of a different kind
will be required to show Hono
lulu files of newspapers, books of
the islands, etc, which will also
bo a roooption room for Hawaiian
people comma this way. Tbo
BUgar and ooffeo exhibits have not
yet come to band. Surely tboy
must be on tbe way. I can make
a shift for coffeo with what Mr.
Shingle left hero last year. His
friond, Mr. Uflling, baa it and a
lot of plants, which bo tendered
me this morning. He says tbo
plants are tbrivinc wonderfully.
If tbe people at home only do
their part, this will bo far tbo best
exhibit ever made by Hawaii.
Mr. Clark's contributions are
daily expected. Although duties
are not remitted, be may send mo
the pineapples as agreoq, Som.e.
of the fand I loft in Honolulu
might be devoted to paying the
expenses, as freight and duty
have mado a big bole in tbo al
lowance, and some help will have
to be birod out of tbo balance.
Attendance is steadily increas
ing, but tho show will not bo in
proper order until tho first of
Auguot. It was a dismal prospect
at first, but local dissensious hav
ing been quieted tho whole affair
is now booming.
Mr. and Mrs. Umstod cannot be
too warmly thanked for their
kindness. Mr. Umsted has taken
a porsonal intorest in having
everything made smooth for in
stalling tho Hawaiian oxhibit.
Mrs. Umsted has directed the
draping of tbo booths, choosing
the presently fashionable combi
nation of royal purple nd white.
There is so muoh rod, whito and
blue that this makes a ploasiug
variation. Mr. Shoen, a reportor
of tho Bee, came along yesterday
to see bow things were coming.
Ho saw a lot of labor Roing on,
and, pulling off bis coat, worked
bard for tbreo hours assisting mo
in oponing boxos and placing the
Tho sido attractions are grand,
but had hotter be treated sepa
rately. I Hhould bavo said that tho ex
hibits arrivod in very fair condi
the glass domo over J. W. Robert
son's stand of cotton sowing
thread mado from Hawaiian
grown raw matortal the timo of
tbe Civil War. imperfect cappincr
caused a cowl deal of loakaao in
preserves, spoiling i many labels.
Now ones will bo printod hero.
The exhibit U short in curios.
Thero will be time to improvo the
show, ii? difforont linos, all of
Alger Prirc to Depart,
Washington, July 26. Secre
tary and Mrs. Algonleft today for
Tborndale, Pa., wboro they will
spend a fow days with tboir
daughter. Secretary Alger will
return to Washington next Mon
day to close up his official conneo
tion witb tbo government. Major
Hopkins, Assistant Adjutant Uon'
oral, U. S. V., and military sec
rotary to Mr. Alger, has arranged
to sevor bis connection witb tbo
army and resumo tbo practice of
his profession in Dotroit. Assist
ant Secretary Meiklejobn will bavo
general direction of tbo affairs of
tho War Dopartraent tomporarily.
Htrnck Muddy Bottom.
Wbilo several soldiers of tbe
Transport were in bathing to the
rear of tuo f aciho Mail wbarf yes
terday one of tboir number went
ovor to a boat near the pilot's
office, and made a dive into tho
wator. As it happens the wator
thero is only about tbreo foet
doep. Tho soldior stuck in tho
mud for a second or two, and tlion
camo up, but not smiling. The
contaot with the bottom was quito
severe. However, he is congratu
lating himself that be did not find
rocks or even vory soft mud.
OTIS SENDING VOLUNTEERS
Californians Start Out and Others
Soon to Follow.
Newport, 11. 1., July 26. It was
announced today by tho racing
committee of tbe Newport Yacht!
Association that tbo committee
has beon obliged to abandon the
raco arranged for Saturday ho
twoen tho Columbia and the Do
fender. Owing to tho fact that tbo
Defender's steel mast will not bo
ready in timo. The raco will bo
sailed next week, but the commit
tee bas not yet been able to dotor
mino tbo date.
Tlivy CMtlcli Kama
Berlin, July 25. Tho Frank
furtar Zeitung publishes a letter,
tbo writor of which complains
tbnt Boar Admiral Eautz when
leaving Apia had tbo Amorican
and British anthems performed
by tbo band on bis ship, but
omitted to order that tbe German
anthem bo played wbilo passingg
iuo uermao cruiser wnion lay in
tbo harbor, tbo crow of which was
ready to givo tbo usual cheers,
but stepped back in silence wben
tbo commission was noticed,
llori for Manila Army,
Washington, July 22, Tbe
quartermaster's department baa
chartered sevon vessels for tbo
transportation of horses to tbo
Philippines. They are tho Sinm,
City of Sydnoy, and Azteo of San
Francisco; tbo Athenian, Victoria,
Garonne, and Port Albort of
Seattle. Those vessels will carry
all tho horsos dosirod for tho Phil
ippine service at tho presont timo.
General Otis baa beon direotod to
oomploto a skeleton cavalry rogi
mont if be doems it proper
Piittfrra Factory Hlrlkr.
Dotroit, Mich., July 26. Tho
combination strike and lockout in
tbo Pingree and Smith shoo fao
toay baa ended. All tho 600 em
ploys will resumo work tomorrow.
Tho company haB gainod a victory
over tho union, but according to
tho strike loaders, thero will be
moro or" loss warfaro against the
faoto'-' by tbo International Uni
ou. Tlmt Japanvm AllUncn.
Shanghai, July 24. Tho ro
ports regarding a Japaneso-Obiu-oso
alliance which bavo boon per
siatently denied for some timo,
bavo now assumed dofinito form,
and aro causing great excitement
in Russian oirclos.
Another Fight With Bandits In Cebu
Filling Up the Two Volanteer Regi
Washington, July 20. Three
cable messages from Gonoral OHb
wore received at tho War Depart
mont today. Ono reports another
ongagement with bandits in Cebu,
in which tbe Amorican forces wero
victorious. It boars date of today,
and is as follows:
"Following from Cebu today:
Bandits from Cobu mountains,
robbing and impressing people
coast towns. On Monday Liout.
Mooro, witb dotaebment Twontv
Third Infantry, wbilo scouting in
mountains, firod upon from
strongly fortified position. One
private killed. Name not given.
No other casualties. Enemy's
loss fivo bandita killed, seven cap
tured." Anothor refors to tbo organiza
tion of voluuteor regiments in tbo
X'mlippinos as follows:
"Boll bas onlisted about fiyo
bundrod mon. Wallace still
south; bas about four hundred.
Lockott now onlistinc: ban over
four bundrod applications, which
are coming in rapidly. Might
raiao hero an additional regiment,
Colonel Boll referred to in tho
despatch is in command of the
Thirty-Sixth Infantry, and Col.
Wallace of the Thirty-Seventh.
Colonel Lockett is in command of
tho cavalry regiment which is to
bo raised in tbo Philippines.
Tho third dcapatob says; Storm
bas abated. Shorman cooled;
leaves today witb all troop Cali
fornia. Grant being coaled;
leaves in about four days witb
troops North Dakota, Wyoming,
and Idaho. Miuuosotas Dreuarina
to leavo on Sheridan soon as tran
sport can bo unloaded and ooaled.
Other volunteer organizations
leavo soon as transports aro avail
able Gonoral Otis has been
cabled to sond tbo volunteers homo
bb rapidly as possible, itboing tho
desiro of tho Pro9idont to havo no
delay in tbo mattor.
i m m
Tho presont program, bended
by tbe popular favorite Ethel
Dixon, atill runs merrily along.
Tbo managoment has decided that
in future changes of program will
take pluce Monday and Tburfcdty
ovoningB instead of Saturday and
Wednesday as formerly. Lilian
Loalio, lato of tbe Ban Frhuciaco
Grph?um ; Al. Hazard, premier
ventriloquist; and Liuswnod, tho
gteati female contortionist, com
priso the new talent per S. S.
Australia, who will mako their
first appearanco tomorrow ovon
ing, when an ontireohaugoof pro
gram takes placo.
Hvr Wheeler In 0.1.
Professor M. M. Scott happouml
to notico General Joe Whoi-Ier
passiug on tho street yestorday,
iud remarked, "Tbo firflt timo 1
saw Whoolor was in Kontucky.
Ho passed my father's house in
1803 at tho head of 2 ,i)00 Confed
erate cavalry, it being a part of
Hragg'a command of 120,0u0.
Times havo changed, but Wheolur
is a man once seen will uover be
VlHlTlNO CALIFORNIA POLITICIAN,
Congress by tho voters of his dis
trict but the bosses would not
have it. Thou Mr. Kelly took tbe
bit in bis mouth, ran independent
and E. F. Loud was elected on
tho Republican ticket iu a strong
Democratic district and for five
successivo terms by tho aid of
Kolly has beon re-elocted. Kelly's
democratic following is so strong
that he holds the keys of tbe sit
uation and bo says that although
ho is now past any Concrossionftl
aspirations bo will continue to see
that no democratic boss will run
his district. Aside from this 'hV
is an ablo lawyor witb a largo
probato practice ntid a man of
large mean? Ho is at tbe Hawai
ian and will romain bere about
Uovrrnnrthlp Onntrat Enili.
CarHon, Nov., July 25. Argu
ment in the contest for tbe gov
ernorship of Nevada dosed beforo
tbo bupremo Court this afternoon.
Hon. Thomas Wron aud William
Woodburn mado tbe closing argu
mont for Governor Sadler and
Judge Cheney finished for Mc
Millan. Tbe case is now in tin
bands of the court. With the
amount of material to handle it is
not expected tbe court will baud
down its decision before Septom-bor.
Htr of Itnly Aground. -
When the Tartar hauled along
nido the ond of the Pacific Mail
wharf yesterday, the Star of Italy,
coal laden, was forced to breust
out a little in tho direction of the
King's boathouse In doiug this
alio got caught in tho coral. Tbe
tug was at work trying to get her
olT yesterday afternoon but failed.
Tboro is no doubt that tho Star
of Italy will float again safe and
Bound at high tide.
The Preoldrnra Vncatloa,
Washington, July 26. Presi
dent McKinley waB very busy pri
or to his departure this afternoon
for Lake Ohamplaiu. He was ob
liged to dony himself to tbe pub
lic and saw only bis Cabinet otTio-'
era. A'resiueut Moliinley nnd par
ty left Washington at 3 o'clock on
tho Pennsylvania railroad for
Ailitrntlntii and Harrey Kloren,
London, July 26. In tbu match
game of criokot begun at Kon
ningtou Oval on Mouday between
the Australian team aud tbo Sur
ry elevou, tho A-ustraliaiiB wero all
out lolay for tho socoud innings
with 11)3 runs. The total numbor
of runs mado by the Australians
was iJO'J,. while tbo Surrey eleven
scored a total of 462 runs.
More Iilaiid Now Mock.
Vallejo, Oal July 26. A large
force of men aro cleaniue off tbe
arrivod in very fair condi- sito of tbe proposed new dry dock
The only breakage was of at Maro Island.
Among the passengers on tho
Australia this morning waa Joseph
P. Kollyof San Franoisco. Mr.
Kelloy is a combination of the
lawyor, capitalist and politician
11 o has bad tbo honor of Doing
dofeated for Congress in tho
Fifth Congressional District about
fivo times.yetho claims that hobas
always won his fight which was
tho defeat of tho Dc-moc; atio no
mineo and thoreby hangs a talo,
Sovornl years ago by bis service
to tho Democratic party and by
tbo amount of baok-sbeosh bo bad
nxpondod in its behalf, Mr.
Kelly was prominently urgod for
Washington, July 26. Returns
receivedrtoday by Colonel Ward,
tbo oflicVr in obarge of tho recru
iting fdrvico, show that 617 recru
its wore enrolled for tbo new volun
teer regiments ypstordy( pakjng
tbe lolal enrollment to ;!" 8100'
Urryriii III IVIIh Povor.
Paria, July 26. Tho Petit
Journal says tlmt Captain Droy.
fin is ill with fuvar aud that bis
condition is eorinns.
Tho Sugllc Warkrt.
Now York, July 26. Sugar, raw
steady; fair refining, 3 7 8; centri
fugal !7 tpst, 1 7 l(5c ; molasses
BUgar, 3 3 lo.
Tim Uri'3 fu Court Martial.
Pane, July 23. -It is announced
that tho Droyfua court martial at
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