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VOL. XXVIII.. X(. r019
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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. THURSDAY, SLPTLM Villi
J. Q. WOOD.
AT TO UN MY AY LAW AND NOTARY
Public. OHioc: Corner Kin and
DR. C. B. HIGH.
DM XT 1ST. PHILADELPHIA DENT
al College 3Mi. .Masonic Tcmnlc.
Telephone SIS. j
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vnin: fivk cents.
: TRUST : Ho
N. 8. H. REST EASY
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DR. A. C. WALL DR. 0. E. WALL
.S ana Bono
to 4 p.
-OFT I CM HOURS: S A. M
m. Love Uuiklinff, For
M. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S.
4 p. m.
OS IIOTML STRMMT, 110
uince Hours: y a. m. to
DR. A. J. DERBY.
uiiN I ih 1 UURNMR FORT AND
Hotel Streets., Mott-Smith Block.
Telephones: Office, CIS; Residence,
tZ'J. Hours: 9 to 4.
GEO. H. HUDDY, D.D.S.
DENTIST FORT STRMMT, OPPO
site Catholic Mission. Hours:
From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. F. E. CLARK.
DMNTIST PROGRESS BLOCK, COR
ncr Beretania and Fcrt Streets.
C. L. GARVIN, M.D.
OFFICE No. T.37 KING STREET,
near Punchbowl. Hours: 8:150 to
11 a. m.; 3 to 5 p. m.; 7 to S p. m.
Telephone No. 4 IS.
T. B. CLAPHAM.
Veterinary surgeon and den-
tist. Oince: Hofl stables. Calls
day or nisht, promptly answered
Specialties: Obstetrics and Lameness.
Shares Oahu Sugar Co. (As-
Shares O. R. & L. Co.
Bonds O. R. & L. Co.
GEORGE K. CARTER. Treasurer
Office In rear of Dank of Hawaii, Ltd.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS
ART AND SCIENCE.
At thp World's Columbia Exposi
tion art and science was thoroughly
exemplified. The greatest achieve
ments of modern times were on exhi
bition. Among the many beautiful
displays none attracted more atten
tion than that made by the Singer
Sewing Machine Company. It won the
enthusiastic praises of all. P. Berger
sen, Agent, Bethel street.
Gen. KiDg Says No Injustice Will
A TIME TO LIST
USE OF EXECUTIVE BUILDING
Surprise Expressed Old Barracks
Condemned Drill Shed Gen.
Merriam-A Hawaiian Officer.
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15 EAUT! FULLY ILLUSTRATED.
T)R SALE BY A EL NEWSDEALERS
J. M. Monsarrat. Harry P. Weber.
IY10NSARRAT & V7EBER. -
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
at Law. Cartwright Block. Mer
chant Street. Telephone CS.
CHAS. F. PETERSON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
I'ublic. 15 Kaahumanu Street.
WILLIAM C. PARKE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND AGENT
to take Acknowledgments. Office:
Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
LYLE A. DICKEY.
Hi:ni:y St. Co.u:. Edward 1'oli.itz.
Memberfe Stock and Bond Exchange
JDYARD POLLITZ U COHPAMY
COMMISSION BROKERS AND
DEALERS IN INVEST
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Bullion and Exchange. Loans Nego
tiated. Eastern and Foreign
Stocks and Bonds.
403 California St., San Francisco, Cal
mwi ma nn itri
mini! uimumuL imu. uu . l u.
121 Queen Street.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON BUILDERS
RlTBBER TIRES AND HOLLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Public. King and Bethel Streets.
Telephone SOG. P. O. Box 7S6.
JOHN D. WILLARD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. 2 1 1 MER
chant street. Telephone 415. P.
J. M. KANEAKUA.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Iaw. Office: In the Occidental
Hotel, corner of King and Alakea
ATTORNEY AT LAW 121 MER
chant Street. Honolulu Hale. Tel
ephone 345. Up Stairs.
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLMDG
ments to Instruments, Distriqt of
Kona, Oahu. At W. C. Achi's office,
King street, near Nuuanu.
0. G. TRAPHAGEN.
ARCHITMCT 223 MERCHANT ST.,
Between Fort and Alakea. Tele
phone 734. Honolulu, H. I.
L. C. A8LES.
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
Agent. 315 Forst Street.
A REFRESHING BEVERAGE.
New York Hop Beer.
Delivered to Families at $1.00 per
Depot 536 Queen Street, Branch
311 Hotel Street.
T. KEVEN, Manager.
WILSON & YiHITEHOUSE,
Sole Licensees Hawaiian Islands.
121 Queen Street.
Just received from "Morning Star"
a fine lot of Gilbert and Marshall Isl
and Mats, Atvicks, Tols, Baskets,
Spears, Corals, Shells, Mother of
Pearl Hooks, Hats, Cords, etc.
Hair dressing department re-opened.
LSWIS & CO.,
Whoiesoie and Reiaii Grocer?
Ill FORT STREET.
Telephone, 240 : : P. O. Box, S9.
H. MAY & CO..
li Ml Retail Grocen
-:- OS FORT STREET. -:-Telephone,
22 : : : P. O. Box, 470.
ff. E. YAIKER,
After a considerable iniervi&w on
kindred subjects yesterday afternoon,
General Kins was asked no int. blnnk
if he "intended to put troops in the
basement of the Executive building.
He stated in reply that the matter was
still in an unsettled state. He wished
to secure the best accommodations pos
sible for temporary use of his men.
The General expressed surprise that
people should object to United States
troops occupying the place after having
kept their own regular forces there for
"Troops will not occupy the old stone
barracks," continued General King.
T examined the place and found it un
fit for the purnose. In its present
shape it can be used only for an arm
ory or a store room."
General King declined ro answer the
question of whether or not he would
occupy the drill shed of the volunteers.
He added, however: understand
that the shed was put up for drill pur
poses only. What else is it good for?"
Again he said: "Officers and men of
the volunteers may rest easy. I have
never yet heard of the United States
treating anybody unfairly, and I think
the Government be trusted, in tc-
matter. Jc was drawn from General
King's remarks that he considered the
drill shtd a private armory for volun
teers, iind if it became neeessarv to
take the place other arrangements for
tne regiment win nave heen, m the
General Merriam, seen at. the hot.el
said he had been employed most of the
day in arrangements for the Arizona
and Scandia to sail for Manila after
me .Australia gets in. i tie.se vessels
carry supplies, mails and money for
the soldiers. Orders were issued dur
ing the day that the seven ambulance
wagons which have been lying at. the
Pacific Mail wharf be loaded on the
Arizona, Saturday morning for trans
portation to Manila.
At General King's headquarters dur
ing the day orders of a detail nature
were issued assigning surgeons and
hospital men to their respective work.
Colonel Fisher. commanding the
First Regiment, N. (I. H., is very good
humored about the issue that has been
made, still has his decided opinion as
a soldier, as business man and as one
who has labored hard for annexation
ever since the campaign opened. The
Colonel smilingly remarked yesterday
that the present instance seemed to bo
a case or save us rrom our triends.
For five and a half years, he said, the
regiment members had" been doing all
in their power here for Americanism,
for the Republic of Havaii and for An
nexation. At the opening or the con
summation they find they are threat
ened by the U. S. A. with deprivation
of their quarters, etc. Colonel Fisher
said that in his opinion no army au
thorities would in time of peace un
dertake to have possession of anything
apparently belonging for instance to
the National Guard of California or
the State of California. "I do not want
to see a row with our triends and ail
of us must keep cool, but we certain
ly understand that President Dole is
commander-in-chief of the N. G. H. and
we take it that he Avill preserve what
are considered to be its rights. If we
ire turned out of our headquarters.
drill shed, etc.. it will be difficult to
hold the organization together. As a
citizen 1 asree with the majority mat
the time has passed when there is any
necessitv for having a garrison in the
basement of the principal public building."
At the Executive building yesterday
it was stated that no further intima
tion in the matter of occupancy of the
basement had been received, that an
answer had been made to Special Agent
Schooner Vine Aain.
i i.i. ug. i. i ne scaooner
Vine. Capr. Burns, has returned from
St. Michael, where she took the Dustv
Diamond Mining Company of Chicago.
capt. Burns is going to send the
schooner on another rainbow chase.
This time it is after another treasure
island, but not the on.e that has buried
treasure. Somewhere in the South Pa
cific is a guano island which Cant.
Burns thinks is worth at least ?1,000,-
uuu. It has not been seen for thirtv
years, but he has the latitude and
longitude and believes he can find it.
two of the bidders. Win. Wagner gets
the contract for all wood work, and
Harrison the stone work, rd.is-
tcring and piling
Building will U:gin
RL Re?. Alfred Willis, lie Bishop
PUTS FORTH A' DOCUMENT
Princess Kaiulani's reception in hon
or of the American-Hawaiian Commis
sion party, given at Ainahau lust ev
ening, was a brilliant success. General
Merriam and staff, Admiral Miller and
staff, General King and staff. Colonel
Barber and staff, Government officials-,
army and navy officers, Ex-Queen Li
liuokalani and several hundred promi
nent society people of the city attended.
In an Off-Hand Way Points the Path.
Extracts From His Latest.
Still a Big 'Un.
The passenger accommodations cm
the sieanishij) Kinau will be increased
in the near future by the addition of
more state rooms. President Wight,
of the Wilder Steamship Company, has
plans under consideration but lias
formulated nothing definite vet. It Is
safe to say, however, that tire Hllo lin
er will have everv nosslbl imtirnvo.
ment for the comfort of those who
travel on her.
"If tluu-e is any action taken bv the
Tom James Remains.
Tom K. James, who came to town
time as steward of the Scandia,
will not go on to Manila. Mr. James
likes to serve his country all rlirht. but
Wm. White, of Lahaina, has taken
the oath to the United States and Ha
waii and b-een admitted to practice law
in the low-er courts of this country.
Judge A. Perry was on the witness
stand in the Lucas-Perrv boundarv
case yesterday afternoon.
General Convention, it will be In the so long as there is no opportunity for
direction of supporting and strength- campaigning with General Merritt, will
ening the work of the past, not of sup- Inrtniain lor the present. Mr.
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Olantim- it not nf renbirin- nnp nrtnn ', n- u. , iws neen a vanianio
piantintt it, not or icpiacin one organ- man in connet.tion with tho oxpedi-
lzation by another, but of removing the tions. He fitted out with Kunnlies nil
present hindrances to growth, and of of tne ships leaving San Francisco with
giving to the church in the Islands. i",0I)s exPtiK the Pacific Mail lioats.
ut t ufcaeu as uie uesi avaiiaoic
man for tho business and gave entire
satisfaction. Mr. James has boon ill
for some time, tho result of overwork
in getting the ships off to Manila from
for the U. S. military autkori-
Two Hundred Men Call Respon-
ded to Readily.
Gen. Merriam has agreed that if two
eompani.es of 100 men each will vol
unteer he will muster them in for ac
tive garrison service. Fiftv dpi- cent
in- icu, must ne members or the First
Regiment. The others may be recruit
ed trom tho. outside. There would be
for the companies six officers, who are
probably available already.
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liiuiMim'ia ions ior tne jcu men
(ve ween .sent to tne various com
panies. Fp to last night about thirty
regulars, seven Company H men and
two G rn-en had signed or signified
their willingness to do so. There, will
ne otiiers trom A, C and, perhaps. IJ
and J). and F will likely be the
nucleus tor the new formation. It be
gins to look like the 100 militarv men
will be secured, after which there will
probably be no trouble in enlisting the
required number of recruits.
through union with itself. th
strength and stability to put forth
more vigorous shoots."
DIFFICULTY A LA DIPLOMAT.
"You may naturally ask whether I
intend to take any action. My reply to
this is that in the present case, there
is a financial question, which has first I boatmen Shaping Olf Details of
to ne settled, it (toes not appear to Saturday's Events.
me that anv action in the dirrerinn nf I
such union should or can be taken J' 1" rrbcrL V. F. Love and F. S
here until an agreement has been ar- dukj have been appointed tirae-Uocp-rived
at between th-e Archbishop of ers for Saturday's oh a mnl on shin mroa
Canterimry and the Society of the
Propagation of the Gospel on tho one
iside, and the General Convention and
Hoard of Missions of America on the
other, for the; transfer of the main
tenance of the See from one side of
tne Atbintic to the other."
ST1 LL INDEPENDENT.
omer point a word mav be
id. Should the change of Pag be
followed by the adoption of the Prayer
book- of the American Church in place
ot the rra.ver book ot the Churc h of
tree, and decided not to bet at all.
The last train for the races on Sat
urday will leave town at :i:ir p. m.
TRIO OF TRUSTS.
W riter and Lecturer.
.mong tne visitors to Honolulu at
present are Mrs. H. A. Uarland and
daughter. They are members of Gen-
: i ui ..u'lwni s ai l ami arrived on
the Arizona. Mrs. Harland. who is nrn-
minent m Pay City social circles, is a
writer and lecturer of ability and note.
bhe will remain several weeks in tho
Islands and will gather material for a
lecture on Hawaii. The Harlands are
occupying the cottage at 220 Pereta-
nia street near the Hotel.
V. M. C. A. Orchestra.
i lie members of the amateur orches
tra are called together for rehearsal
this evening at the Y. M. C. A. hall at
!0 o'clock, when there should be a
full attendance. Entirely new music
will be looked over. The dramatic
circle of the Kilohana Art. League are
ibout to give two plays in the Hawaii
an opera house, and they have re
quested the services of the amateur or
chestra for the occasion.
at Pearl Harbor. Starters will not be
chos.cn until Saturday afternoon. Lar
son's launch will be u?-od by the
course ludtres.. The start and fmish of
the boats will be marked by pistol
shots. Tho judges' boat at the finish
will be staked down.
Letter time has been ma do by the
eivvvs in the past few days, and it bo-
gins to look like the record may bo
broken. The Healani and Myrtle
seniors are pulling very eloso together.
"Shanks" Mossman saw both pulling
England? Not until the Diocese is yesterday afternoon from tho top of a
received into the .organization of the
v. .nurcn in America. Fntil then mir
relation to tho See of Canterbury is
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iiii.iin.-nni o ur: political caange
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ine exception or tne change in
til" Mate 1'rayers about, which notice
has already been given the services
will continue to be conducted in al
our churches according to the use of
tne Church of England."
"IJut should American churchmen
in Honolulu, Hilo or elsewhere, be do-
irous of at once erecting a church in
which the American Prayer-book may
be used, to be served by an American
clergyman for whom an adequate sup
port is guaranteed,- I may state that
it is quite within the authority of the
Bishop to grant permission for its use,
the conditions required for the erec
tion of churches being duly observed.
If any American churchmen desires to
proceed m the matter and will confer
with me on the subject I shall be most
happy to facilitate their wishes to the
utmost of my power."
The Executive Committee of the Ha
waiian National Leajruo will meet in
e law office of S. K. Ka-ne at 12
o'clock noon todav. The principal
matter of business will be to arrange
tor a convention of delegates from var
ious kindred bodies to be held next
week. It is purposed also to talk over
the memorial to be presented to the
Capt. Gregory had a narrow
mil was hurt slichtlv bv tne
he Noeau's lighter with an eight-
on roller at Honokaa.
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In Words and Pictures.
Mr. Burton Holmes, whose delightful
illustrated lectures were given here
some weeks ago. has announced as the
first of his course at the Columbia
theater, Washington. I). C. "The Ha-
Holmes secured for his stereopiicon
views on Hawaii. Maui, and Oahu and
a number of stock pictures. He shows
the Honolulu Fire Department in ac
tion and a canoe party surf riding with
Kauilani and other prominent peop'e
in the beach scene. In the States Mr.
Holmes takes engagements only in the
LACES AND ORGANDIES.
Valencienne laces, 25c a dozen yards;
fine French organdies, 5c a yard. The
clearance sale will be continued one
week longer and new goods, just re
ceived, per Warrimoo, will be added to
the list of bargains. L. B. Kerr, Queen
To arrive PER AUSTRALIA Cali
fornia Fruit Co., George Andrews.
Peaches. Oranges, Lemons, Nectarines.
Bartlett Pears, Plums, Mtisca: and
Tokay Grapes, Apples, Eastern and
California Oysters, Crabs, Flounders.
Salmon, Celery, Cauliflower, Onions,
New .Potatoes, New Crop Nuts. Rais
ins, etc. Place vour orders early. Tel.
AN OLD DEBT.
'I feci .Mire that the subject will be
entered upon with a due regard for t he
iebt that the A me id can Church owes
to the Mother Church of England. For
it is entirely due to the action of the
Church of England for a period, now
verging on forty years, that the Amer
ican Church find in this new possession
of the United States a church in full
communion with itself, that embraces
in its membership people of three na
tionalities in whose languages the
services are conducted and the Sacra
ments administered. It will be care
fully borne in mind that the Church
of England sent a Mission to these
Islands on the application of Bishops
of the United States, in consequence
of tho inability of their own church
ake the responsibility
"There being no union between
Church anil State, either in the United
States or in the Hawaiian Islands, the
action of the Government at Washing
ton assuming the Sovereignty of these
Islands does not, by itself, touch the
status ot the Anglican Church in Ha
waii. It only brings into view tho
probability that tho Anglican Church
in Hawaii will, in the near future, be
brought into closer relationship to the
Church in the United States. Until
the General Convention expresses its
desire for this to be brought about,
the present relation of this bishopric
to in:1 See of Canterbury remains un
fi;:i!Kri d. Up to the present I have re
c -iv: i no direct communication from
r.V Church authorities in the United
States on the subject."
Hundreds of Millions of Capital
NEW YORK Within a stone's
throw of each other, in the money re
gion called Wall street, three more
huge trusts are being created. The
combined capital of these three great
trusts will be near the gigantic sum of
The formation of the iron and steel
trust is almost completed. Its capital
will be $200,000,000 at least. The com
panies that have already joined the
trust have a capitalization of 275,000.-
000. The companies that are vnr.rtri
to enter the fold are now capitalized
for more than $U0,000,000.
The combination of the great Hour
mills of the country, the Hour trust.
has so far progressed than within a
month its organizer, Thomas A. Me
Intyre, will go abroad to obtain tho
consent and support of the London
stockholders in the mills. Tho Hour
trust, which expects io dictate the
price of flour and wheat, will have a
capital which has been carefully esti
mated at $150.0ii0.000.
The consolidation of the manufac
turers of heavy chemicals, tho ac'.d
trust, is going on smoothly and favor-
tbly for the manufacturers. A. com
mittee of three has been anoointed -n
ormulate a plan of combination. Tho
capital of the acid trust will- be
M ESSENCE It SERVICE.
Honolulu Messenger Service deliver
messages and packages. Tel. 378.
The contract for the new Baldwin
residence has been divided and let to
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
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