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Voii. 1. NO. 14G.
Wltla which is incorporated tho Xndepenu
Hawaiian Copyright by A. V. Qeaii,
Juno 22, 1805.
Published every day except Sunday nt
GOU King Htrcct, Honolulu, U. l.
Per Month, nnywhero in tho Ha
waiian Mantis S 76
Per Year 8 00
Por Ycnr, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countries 13 00
Vnynlile Invnrlnlilv In Advance.
Aclvnrlisrennntu unaccompanied br
specific instructions inserted till ordered
Advertisements discontinued befero
expiraliot of upccilled period will bo
charged tis if continued for full term.
Liberal nllowanco on yearly and 'half
Address all communications to tho edi
torial Department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should be. addressed to
"Mar.i.Rcr Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 2J0. P. O. Bex 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
"Blr. Oeo. VT. llnHner, Kcwlotmrn, Vft.,
write, urt fulloutt;
' Shortly nftrr leaving college. I -was troubled
wUliinUn auiiinuuIiK'h Rhoweri ltflf, tint, t
ttip anklr riiyfttciuiia i.roiinuiHM it eczumt,
ami triMtui m fr that ionii'l.ilut The ruu
ttmi crept Mwly P 'y Itnitiit nml en the boil?,
until It uiivflopvd tl)olitlt frump ItgaM; m
lntlnlte trouble with rmmtint ItchiiM. ranting oft
of dry caici.und u watery liquid 'which would
exudo from under II ft wilt'. I treated It for
nvcr three ycirit uniiu'ee.sf n.ly, und wii im Odu
tn eherk It unlit 1 Ixiriui u.inir A cr'ft Sarnn
rllla. I used throe, imltles uf thin iiiedL-lne mid
will enniil(tely rlirtd IDT aklu Duomlng ul
inootli und i ttur in lioforo.
Ha3 Curod Others, Will Curo You
il.ido by Dr. J C. A jer A, Co.. Jmv, bI'.M ,U S.A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
'Solo Aceuts fortlio Republic cf Ilawiui.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United Stales,
Fitoii :ix. 1st to jum: lbT, 1895.
G H Mum m ifc Co.' s extra
I'ommory it Chono Il,7y8
Moet it Ohandon U,(iu8
Iioidriii'ck it Co., (dry
Louis Kouduroi .'5 l-'lS
1'urrii-r .l"iiot Jl.iiSO
Inny it Co 1.78j
Vve. Clicquot 2,:i78
Delbeok.t Co 728
fit. Mnrcouiix !I!U
Krugiv Co 270
OIiiih. Iloiilriiuol; SU..r
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlano & Co.,
SbIo AgDlorQ. II. hhumn tCJn
for U)0 fJflH'HlljlO il8l)(l8,
AN INFfiRMAI FARFWFIl I
nil INrUMnHL rHncntLL.
annua vtion cluii MKJiiir.itN I
takk i.i:avi: on- .tin. hatch.
Dcimrllni; l'.iioy Itc-ulllrini Kl
Ilctotlou to tho tluu.c of tlic
About filtoon of tlio origind
officers of tho Annoxution Club
assembled in the upper hull of tho
Executive building at Sw.0 this
morning in auswor to n short
notice "to moot Mr. Ilutcli," who
wus leaving for Washington by
tho stonmer Coptic at 10 o'clock.
) Mr. McStockor was asked to pre
side at a business soseiou to ar
rtuigo for tho meeting with tho
Minister. With a few piolimin
nry remarks ho called for tho
election of a spokesman, to ox-
press tho suntimonts of tho organ
izition. Messrs. DillingLitin, Ripley,
Smith and McStnoker wore nomi
nated, but all declined. Mr.
Uiploy said it took him hours of
hard woik, and Mr. Dillingham
said it took himself u week, to
piopare an impromptu spoech.
Mr. Smith was induced to accept
the honor at tho unanimous ro
quest of tho moetiug.
Ministor 11 itch arrived at !)
o'clock and began shaking hands
all round, saying that tor a few
;iiuuuii:a uu iniiu vu u iniaiu
I .:i. 1 .1.... i .....I ...
Z kBmt.itfB Ifc.-V VtfhAftll lf .k ..tlltt.ifn
Ulll.UU, IIUU mat IU IV us liuii w
uitot his old comrades.
Upon tho arrival of Ministor
Hatch tho following goutlemeu
were present: Dr. J. S. McGrow
and J. A. Konncdy.vico-presidents;
and J. W. Jones, secretary: Goo.
! 1'. Cabtlo. B !' Dillingham, Geo.
W. Smith, .1. A h, I. U. .Mur
ray, president American I.oigue;
W. J. Lowroy, C. JJ. Kipley, J. S.
Aim tin, A. AV. Keuch, J. L 31e
Loan. Ur. C. 15. Wood, F. U. Mc
StouKi'i', and H. E Cooper, Min
istir of Foreign Allans.
Mr. McStucker informed the
Minister of the action of the
meeting, at.d then Mr. Smith
fiteppi d forward and addit-tised
tho Minit-tor as lollous :
Mil. Hatch : At tho foimation
of tho Anuexiition Club m Maieli,
lb'j;j, tlio members and olliuors of
tlio club selected yu us our ohair
man, and your position in tho
Uovorniutiit of the llopnblic and
your recoid of tho past two and a
half yenis huvo shown eminently
the wibdmii of tho choice.
Wo now take ploasiuo in con
gratulating you and wo also con
gratulate tho tiovornmont and
ouisflvcs on jour appointmont to
tho very l in mi taut position ol
Minister ltesidunt at Washington
Wo trust that through your dibits
the tune is near at hand when the
need of a Minister from Hawaii
to the United Slates will have
ceased, and that the ond for which
wo aio all working and which you
moio ecpocinlly lopreseiit, an
nexation to that great country,
will iiuo taken plaut.
o desire at tho piesont timi' to
bid you a he.uty Godspei'd, with
every wish for success and with
the ut-Hiir.inro of our peihoual o.
loom and regard.
Mr. Hatch ioiliodah follows'
I thuiik you vt-ry inunli for your
kindiu'hH in coining around to
rtlinku hands with inu. it is a
uiiitloi'of great prulu that I hold
cortilloiili' So. 1 as aiuoiuburof
the Aiiliexution Club Vim all
know li'iw 1 fuel with luguid to
iho m nlliiinnts that hiiijlil us
I gethor. and 1 limd lt"l tell
on that in my now iiHilinu J
shall il all in my powor to oil d
ill' common object, Cluutlumon,
I iv hli ymi all h ru uf pr mtty.
&U Ilnluli iboii I'xuiiuiigoil our
farmvolu will) U'Oliof Iho
, sijiJ hurried into I'rttsi
Uolo'i rotim, hin bo lip'd
"With which is Incorpoi'ated 1he "Independent,"
HONOLULU, U. I., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1895.
" bril,f ,innl conference with tho
own successor elect, Judga
Coopor. Ho drovo oir in n back
wjt, tho President at twenty min-
utC8 to ton o'clock, Messrs. King
and Connor having gno down
town a fow minutes previously.
."lloitvmi'iilN ol I) iiclc Shi' Oruler Hi
tlio I'iicMc Ktc.
The cruiser San Francisco was
at Southampton September 16.
Captain Hobloy D. Evans has
bteu ordeied t command the
battle uhip Indiana.
The detail of oilicers for the
cruiser Boston, now at Mine Wi
and, h..s becu comjiloted. Com
mander rsicol Liiuilow lias lieeu
recoinmeuded for promotion to
cuptalu, and will jirnbibly com-
maud the cruiser. It is said that
the depaitment will be compelled
to send a crew from the Eut to
niun tho emmet-. Tho report goes
that thero has beoa some difficul
ty in E-,ttni the character of men
desired for the naval service on
tho Pacific Slope. The Boston
will bo attiched to the t'ac Tic
Orders have been issued by the
iNuvy Department to expedite tho
work on tho momtois terror, Mo
uaduock aud 1'uritaii. Tho M
nndnock is at Mare Island, llt-r
armor is either in place or ready
to put on buaid, but soino of the
gun mounts have not been install
ed. The Mouadnock will bo as
signed to duty on tho Pacific.
The cruiser Philadelphia is at
Tho U. S. ship Marion ban
sailed for the South.
The Adams has been hauled
down near tho stone drydock at
Maro Island and will be taken m
the first of tho week. After going
into commission the Adams will
be si nt iioi th to relievo tho gun
boat Pmtn. The luitir will cuiiio
to Male Island and go nut of com
mission aud will piobably be
A number of tho ollicois of the
Boston are at Male Island. Her
A. V. Wadhanib, is aboard each
day, and will inuko a good oxecu
tivo, judging from tho manner in
which lii-i attends to his duties.
Ho is a gentleman uuiveraally
liked on boaid of ship.
Tho Monteiw is out of dock,
and will boon bo bent to San 1'Yau- !
Strougindncoments vill bo pio
pontcd to tho coming Congress to
npprnpriiito funds fir tho com
mencement of a ii"W drydock at
Mare Island; also for funds to in
oioaee tho ship building plant
facilities; alco to hao a gunboat
built at the yind. Congressman
Hilboru intends to use his best
fiideuvois to further thii end. in
which undertaking he will hb ably
soennded by all tho I'aoilio Coast
iiotpitui riou.T .iiuion.
Tho ladies of tins society held a
vory impoitant meeting at thoY.
M C. A. yi'htoiday afloinoon. It
was dotermined that the Hospital
Flower Mission should raibo funds
for the purposo of endowing a
live lud at the Qiioou's Hospital.
For this iiurpme an intortain
moiit and fiir will bo given at the
lohideiicn of .Mis. I''. Al. Swiiiuy
oul ho ev mug of hi vouiIht '2(ith ,
f which fuller particulars will be
Some sliupkoopoiH in Japan
huivo tliolr noshiblo pations with
leu and cako hefniu oxliibiling
hind ItobfiU dot'larim that tho
Hlioulmg standard attained by tho
Indian iroops is iiiiiriialloil by
any iiuop In llm wmltl.
In many oniintriiwi llio iniolioo
Ims biJDli iuliiU't of phmllDK nut
oud fiuit lrao in ilw ul inwruly
gljudfl Imw Utug Ilia bigbuays.
IN A JAPANESE HOTEL.
TWO-NTIIIII HOIISi: M ITIIOUT A
NAfll, IV ir.
A Dinner lit Honor ol the rmiirmr
or jKrAtiritfctl) Luci.uorcd
Through tlio courtosy of Mr.
Ota, pr.'priotor, a bui.t.UTiN' re
presentative wus royally entcr
tiiutd Monday evening at a re
gulation Japanese dim. or g von in
honor of tho birthday of his Im
perial Majesty, tho Emperor of
i iiii.in, at a fiist-cliis Japanese
hotel which ia located near King
sttei't bridge and is an exact dup
licate of somo of tho hostelries of
Dai Nippon, o nails have boon
used in its construction, each
boiml, rail, post and pioco of
fraiiiO work being douetailed in
with its follow. It is two-storied
and about 2-1 by GO feet in size;
pi. in in tho outsido, but with a
handsomely decorated interior.
Tho front ontraiico is pr tectcd
by two doors, one built of dressed
planking, tho other a lattice work
Upon entorhiir. von find yonr-
solf in a small vestibule, furnish
ed with seats, floro one'sj shoos
must bo lemoved before proceed
To the loft is n flight of stops
leading to tho main living rooms,
galleries and balconies.
MINK HOST OTA.
The rooms below consist cf
otlieo, stoiorooms, kitcl.on,
etc., whoio tlui food is projmiod
and business trans ictod.
On the second Hour, tho princi
pal apartment is a loom about l'J
by 28 foot, which is used for a
vaiietyof purposes. Ononestd'
it is entirely open, tho other being
enclosed by light-fri.mtd hi. ding
windows with papor panes, doss
ing the lloor and coiling at intcr
vils if eight nr nine leot ur- h -avy
gn.oved beams, into wh'oh puuls
can be lilted so as to divide tho
room into four or fivo small onos.
In one minute s time liOHUivnt
can pailition olf a i-opaii.to chiii.
bci. In this large apailinont wo wre
received by tho ther guests and
invited to pital.o of a dinner
soivid m true h'gh class Japan
Tim table is mis.d about oilit
inohoHfioin the Ujoi. In Ho con -tio
is a siimll, giuted opoiiin.-, si
inohi'H sqii'iie, underneath which
an oil stovo is binning. F od
properly pnqmi'd bu.o is plaeod
above tlio 11 uiu and s borved
hot. Dainty el" l1 howls,
lauqiii'iod iIihIiih and luiiitlHtiiiio
htoiiowiuo jars weio iisoil to uoii
tuili llio dill' r-nt unlijblM, wliioli
wuio very m' mul paliititlilo
Kaki, ill Midi II oum, I'oiislitiiliiil
lliu uiilv ImvuniKu. Tim miiisi
pi.litoneiw huh hIiowii by n 1 lit"
(JU"l, Ull JllJ'UllDIW wtujin tio ills-
pluywl ul owy t-f. Aflor ra-
?..' -.... . '
m- n Imiir
mi - -i
edtom.o,ol cto.s from tho .two
great Jnpaneso diama", "llioi
Forty-sovon Konim" and "Tw I
One is constantly struck with
the oxtromo ncatnoss of every-
thing, and tho fnroign quests all )
camo away deligbttd with their (
ovening'sentortiunmont. Mr. OU i
showed us a numuor ol jneces ol
rare Jnpnnoso lacquer work, very
boautifully decorated. Some of the
articles of black lacquor ware,
ornamented with bron.e, wero es
pecially fine and of great value.
SlUJAIt IIIIVNIY CLAins.
No l'nrllicr Action to ItoTnlion Until
A lato Coast papor says it in
understood that no further action
will be tikon by tho parties inter
ested in the payment of the sugar
bounty until Congress meets.
Socretiuy Carlisle has promised to
boar argutnonts why ho should
not send tho case, under Comp
troller Bowler's decision, to tho
United States Court of Claims,
but neither Senator Mauderson
nor any others of those interested
has so far availed himsolf of this
proffer und, it is said, will not do
so. To tho meantime, with the
matter still up in tho treasury,
Congress will assemble and then
an effort will bo made to have
Congress pass an appropriation of
$5,000,000 to pay tho sugar
bounty, coupled with a provision
that the Comptroller shall not
have jurisdiction to pass upon the
consuiuiionaiiiv oi me taw.
The "Womon's Bjard of Foreign
Mis-ions held an interesting sos
siin yesterday. Mrs. McCully
Iliggins, who arrivod on tho Cop
tic, told of her trip to Japan.
Mrs. Bobert Andrews loid an in
teresting paper on "Beminisceii
ees of Euily Missionaiy Ladies,"
ai d Miss Jlary Given reported on
tl o eond tion cf the Matornity
Hone. Tho afti moon's collec
tion am imti d to H2.
In order to impress upon your
mind the fact that tho Scntllr
Ufuwivij und Multhii I o' beers
are Mild. Light and Lively, we
holow givo tho avoiago jier cont of
alcohol in various liquors in com
"Rainier" Rter. . 3.1 por cont
"Olympic'' Reef. . II -1
Whisky ill 0
Cn draught at tho Critori m.
Tho obseivatory nt I'ekin is tho
oldost in tin' world, having boon
founded in 1'27'J by K ibla Kan.
tho first Empeior of tho Mogul
Tho English langungo is spread
ing nipidly in Japm, no fewer
than 8.1.000 books linvii g been
iinportid fi"in England dining tho
In dibcii'sing tho claims of
vaiioiis foods to appoaho hunger
at once quickly and satiblactoiily,
Sir Homy Thompson gives the
first placo to milk.
Underground Loudon contains
II1 Oil inihb "f sewers, Ill.UiO miloH
of telegraph wires, loOO miles cf
water maiii", 11200 miles of gas
pipes, all h finitely iixed.
Bullets m ulo of precious stouos
are not often employed in warfaio.
lint during sunit- fighting on tho
Kashmir li'iutiur, ill" natives
uHii'l bullets of garntU eueased in
It'iulkiiig-cuidluft f"i' babies weio
used by tho ICgypllaim many uuu
Inriiih hof"io Christ- Aiming the
piotmes copied by ISuluiu is uuu
ol uu I'.gvpuan .iiuwier at worn
with her lout on til ui.u!i.
HmiUlu 1) trie u mild nml idiuNb
Inu drink, It will 0rt4to llual)
ana u-ury improvu lln uysu'iii,
Uo Jraugbl al Untprion,
COMPANY B.'S ELECTION
i-hoceiiihm.-n at tiii: nn:TiNu
cm.t,,!,, k. o. uhtimmi Liinienuiit.
1'.. A. Jmoliacu unit ?l, C. JnliriKotx
Arc Hip Olllrrr".
Co. B. held an oloction at the
drill shed last ovoning, followed by
a musical program, speeches and
a luncheon. A very pleasant time
was onioved bv nioinbors and
others invited to be present.
I At tho businoss meeting hold
at 7:!50 E. A. Jacobsen was olcct
cd first lieutenant in placo of
I.ouis Konako, promoud to tho
oflico of adjutant of tho First
Battalion. M. G. Johnston wub
elected to Mr. Jacobson's former
position of socoud liuutonaut.
After a ballot was taken, which
gavo largo majorities to the abo7 -mentioned
candidates, tho elec
tion was made unanimous.
The newly appointed officers re
ceived tho hearty congiatulationa
of their fellows und throe cheois
wore huzzaed to ench. The ovcuing
was then givon up to enjoyment.
Short speeches wero made.
Louis KViiako lod olf, remarking
that he did not come loaded, but
that iid tho Captain (E. O. White)
had a number of guns on him. and
had threatened to uso thorn upon
nnyono refusing to talk whon
called upon, he would save
his lifo. Louis is a universal
favorito and being in especially
good form last night mude somo
happy sallies which woie applaud
ed to tho echo.
Sergoaut-niajor Forster, First
Battalion, intuit n ucnt littlo speech,
voicing his regrots nt bavins to
leavo tho company and extolling
tho good qualities of his former
Ed. Towse, Sergeant-major Sec
ond Battalion, told a pretty littlo
story and smiled liko a cherub.
Bomnrks followed by Cnptw.
White and Smith, Majors McLeod,
Pottir, Jonos and Pratt, Captain
Catmint and Steward Hough.
"Seattle" Young sang a couple
of songs of the same sparkling and
frothy nature as tho bovor.igo ho
is agont lor. Mr. Young boinp
in fine voico, they wore woll rend
oiod and woll received.
B. L. Marks, accompanied by
Norman llelstoad on tlio guitar,
played a charming pioco on his
l'rivate Cockott's band sang a
number of Hawaiian air; Mr
Morris gavo a funny iccitatiou.
and also rendered "The Vaga
bond" in fust rati stylo.
Bofroshinunts wero passed lound,
after which tho boys had a little
Corporal Story did tho huln
act in great shape.
Co. 13. has now sovonty-soven
mombers, tho largest number of
any of them, and is called the
"eiack" company. During the
month of October thirty-five
members loportid for target prac
tice 'J bo general average was
.l" 17!I5, in scoring, whi'o the
best ton shooteis averaged 12 3-10
Troasiuer At water repoits all
bills paid and tho treasurer still
left mi hand as a balance. Aloluw
.More Jitpuiii'tn Arri'Mi'il
Officer Toiua anusted four inou
Jnpaneso yesteiday afternoon in
connection with tho lighting on
Monday evening. Their auest
caused some consternation in Jap
anese town, and largo niiiiiborH of
Japs iiuiigregalud in the vicinity
cf thu Htatioii HnlKii. while ollini
i w'l oil' to iiisllo for bill innnoy.
Meolmn:o' 11 line, aorinr IIuh
(illd S'uiiau ulrwlu, lodglnu by
Ioy, weak or monlb. Tarmai 2S
itljd JW MotoiNir nffllit' tl, and
jl e'O nor ffwk,