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Just opened them out. on the factories! f We sell for Gash ! $ TELEPHONES: Mam 06 and Main 376 ( of Fort and Hotel Streets. fTTHTTTTTTIYITITTirrtnr Up of TYPEWRITERS, FLAT? HOME and ROLLER-TOP DESKS, LETTER FILES, DOCUMENT FILES, BOOK CASES, ETO, ETC. , .J & GO., LTD, THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, ioor. I LITELY FIEIT IK Um IS SEPQ1TEB AN INSURGENT STRONGHOLD IS CAPTURED WITH LOSS OF TWO KILLED. Position Shelled for Two Days Before It Fell General Chaffee Is Planning to Make His Campaign Even More Aggressive. MANILA. Nor. 3. Advices fronf Catbaloran, capital of Samar Island, report that Major Waller attacked a force of Insurgents occupying a strong position at Sojton, two three-inch guns being used to shell the-rebels stronghold. Throughout tho first day the insurgents held the place.' but yesterday Maior Waller renewed the attack, and after a desperate engagement, carried the posi tion. Two marines of the attacking force and twenty-six Insurgents were killed. Major Waller destroyed the cuartels and the seventy houses. General Smith has issued orders forbidding the purchase of hemp jn the Island of Leyte, except in small quantities for food, which purchases must be under the supervision of the military authorities. All the ports in Leyte are c'osed and traffic is forbidden where it cannot be supervised by the mllltarv. WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. Rear Admiral Badgers, at Manila, today cabled the Secretary of the Navy as follows: "Privates George Lynch and E. A. Klonan killed in action. Sajopjan, near Basay, Samar, on the 7th InsL" No further details of the action are give. Reorganization of Army. WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. On the recommendation of General Cbaffe, commander of the Division of the Philippines, the Secretary of War has issued an order for the reorganization of that division. Up to this time the division has comprised four military departments, as follows: Department of Northern Luzon, commanded by Major General Lloyd -Wheaton; Department of Southern Luzon, commanded by Brigadier General J F Wade; Department of the Vlsayas, commanded by Brigadier General R. P. Hughes; Department of Mindanao and Jolo, commanded by Brigadier General G. W. Davis. In accordance with the action of the War Department today, the division will be divided into only two military departments, to include within their limits the entire Philippine archipelago. They will be kuown as the Departments of North and South Philippines. The Northern Department will be commanded by Major General Wheaton, and will include the Islands of Luzon. and 'MIsbata, and all the Intervening territory; and the Southern Department, which will be commanded by Brigadier General Wade, will embrace the lemainder of the archipelago, and include the large Islands of Samar, Panay, Mindanao, the Visayas and Jolo. The consolidation of these departments is in accordance with General Chaffe's plan to institute a vigorous, aggressive campaign against the in surrectionists, who recently have be come astive and troublesome in the Islands of Samar. Leyte and in the extreme southern portions of Luzon. It is understood that large bodies of troops are to be concentrated in the districts where outbreaks have occurred under the command of officers of high rank, with the full purpose of promptly stamping out the spirit of insurrection. It is said furthermore that the reduction in the number of departments, in addition to making the military forces more compact and efficient. will result in a reduction v of expenses. Ordered to the Philippines. HELENA. Mont. Nov. 9. Orders have been received at Fort Harrison for a detail of seventy men from the two companies of the- Eighth Infantry stationed there to proceed to the Philippines November ISth on the transport Rosecrans. which will also convey the Twenty-eighth Infantry from Vancouver barracks. All the members of the Eighth in Fort Harrison saw service in Cuba. They fairly begged for the privilege of going to the Philippines to take the places of .members of their -regiment away on bick leave. Proved a Traitor. CATBALOGAN. Island of Samar. P. I.. Nov. 13. Diaz, the Presidents of Tacloban, Island of Leyte. who has been proved to be an agent of Filipino junta at Hongkong, has been arrested. Many Incrimlnatlns papers, implicating numerous officials, were seized at the time of his arrest. The gunboat Leyte" has discovered. a signal station working on the Island of Leyte, and communicating with insurgents on the Island of Samar by the flash-light system. Three operators were arrested and the sta tion was destroyed. The men con fessed that many recruits have been sent from Leyte to Samar. Insurgents Surprised. MANILA. Nov. 13. Captain Hart-man's troop of the. First Cavalry early this morning surprised 400 insurgents at Buean. in Batangas province. Southwestern Luzon. Half the insurgents were armed with, rifles. They were prepared for an attack and were in rifle pits. The cavalry attacked the Insurgeats on the flank, killing sixteen of them, wound'ns five and capturing, nine rifles. The Insurgents broke and ran, the pursuing ihena. Two large boatloads of arms are reported to have beea landed oh tho southern part of Batangas, peninsula and taken to DuraBgaa. Major "West, stationed la that locality, is trying to find these arms. , , - FtESUEMT IttSEfftFS KEI LftEinERYSTIiKM The First Chief Executive ta Use the National Colors in Cockade on Coachman's Hat. NEW YORK. Ncv. 1L A dispatch to the Sun from Washington says: The new coachman, and footman cf the White House appeared today for the first time in their new livery with tall hats and cockades. About 4 o'clock one of the finest of new carriages drew op in front of the White House to take some members of the household for their drive. The vehicle is one of the mot elaborate that has been Eeen on the streets of Washington for many-years. It Is a two-seated opn l'ght driving wagon, paintea dark blue and upholstered in light yel'ow basket work, with a faint stripe of red. The monogram. T. R., was on tne panels of each side, and two heavv brown horses, with silver-trimmed harness. were hitched to the veh'cle. Two voung colored men. who look ed enough alike to be twins, were on the front seat, in thJ handsomest livery displayed by anv President since Arthur. They wore long dark blue coats, "with double rows of brass buttons and on their taU hats were cockades of black with rosettes of red, white and blue silk. President Roosevelt is the first President within the recollection of white House attaches who has had his coachman and footman equ'oped with cockades on their hats. Heretofore the display of cockades has been limited as a rule to Armv officers of high rank includ'ng General Miles. No President ha? used the national colors as a cart of th cockade before Roosevelt, who is believed to be the first to adopt them in Washington. GREAT STORM IN ENGLAND. Wind and Rain Cause Many Disasters On Sea and Land! LONDON. Nov. 13. The mail boat Nord. which started from Dover for Calais at 11:30 o'clock last night, ran down the lightship oft the new works of Dover pier. The crew of the lightship were drowned. 515 a. m. It is rumored in Dover that sixteen persons went down with the lightship. The Nord has gone ashore at the Foreland., but her passengers are said to be safe. NEW YORK. Nov. 12. A cable to the Sunfrom London sovs: A fierce gale has been prevailing over the United Kingdom all dav, the wind varying from southwest to southeast. There have been serious floods in Ireland, where it has rained incessantly for forty hours. LONDON, Nov 12. No less thau half a dozen small vessels are within sight of Dover flying signals cf distress, and the lifeboats are vainly attempting to reach them. PRESIDENTS AND KINGS. Edward's Ruling in Relative Standing of Heads ,of States. LONDON, Nov. 13. In v'ew of the recent attitude of Count skl, the Foreign Minister, in regard 'to th difference in the standing of the heads of republics and of monarchies the dictum of King Edward, holding that the honors to be paid to Pjsident? and crowned heads at th t'rae of l-'i Majesty's coronation shall be identical, has special interest The arose during a discussion of the details of the decoration5; to be bestowed .and the mode cf fo rthe heads of states attending the coronation. The iig rfued point blank to distingu'sh btwpn the titles of President, Ki"g and Emperor, arguing that his oMct va 10 honor the state and not th man. No distinction will be made' excent in the case of the near relatives of the royal family. LiUTATIQK... ARE OUR HOBBIES 1186 UNION" STBEET. Opposite Pacific Club. The Union Express Ce,, Office with Evening BalietiH. 10 King Street -:- Telephone 8fe "We move safes, pianos and furniture We haul freight and lumber. We sell black and white sand. 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Just received & new lot of eeiebr&ted FIVE CERTS CIGARS ew Yerk Capzdurat, WMhbtftM AHtn, Unfen 4. Caba, t vGraiHi RtpuhUc, Ete. THREE Theo. H, Davies & Co.. Llii. SUGAR, IMPORTERS OS General merchandise COMMISSION AGENTS Canadian-Australian Steamship I.ina Lloyds, -British &' Foreign Marine Insurance, Co. Northern Assurance Oo. (Fire and Life). - Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pionf.f.r Line of Packets from Ltvf.rfqol CONDON'S NIGHT PATROL : .. .. . HELIABLEWAICHMEH FURNISHED FOE Buildings, Business Property AND Residences ALSO Ships and Docks ABSOLUTE PURITY MERCHANTS. FOB Rates Reasonable PMQME BLUE 12H. 0FFIGE: 1249 FORT STHEET. IIM" BEER Primo Beer and he will tell you of Its beers to preserve iL CASE FOR HOME USE. v. lee morning and will be clear, hard an J " , ours. rf producing a pure tee than'any othftr service are rare. 's. t' your ioe from us and are-dissatisfied, t? fc ours and have any- complaint lot us the difficulty at once. 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