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VOL. l. NO. lf2.
HONOLULU, II. ., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1895.
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Mr. flco. IV. tttirtner, Kcczlctowii, Vn.t
ivrltis us follow si
"Kliortlyft'ttr Ifivipff college. I ww trrublcil
ttltli mVIn illtnM) wlilth fcliowcl Itftdf, Unt.at
tho iuiklt'4. I IHHicians trtiiniiictil It eczcim,
Hint Ireitnl m for tliat iiihiI ilnt. Tlio erup
tion en ft flowly up my lliitlm.iitul on Hie body,
until It tMivrlojKMl tlio wlmle fnuiu' Itftavo nin
liillnlta truulilu with coiutaiit Itclilng, cu-tiiiR nit
ol dry it lies, mid u watery lliiulil wUW.li would
rxuJo from under tho rciIc. I treated It for
mer three eir uninrcensfully, mid vra unablo
to chicle It, until I Iwcin in Itn; Aycr' Barnajia
rllla. I used tlireo IhiUIcioC thU medicine and
vii completely cured my iklu becutnloc a
amooth ami clcur :u heforo. '
Has Curod Othcr3, Will Curo You
Made by Dr. J. U. Aycr A. Cu Low ell, JIau., U.S.A.
Hollister Drug Co., JL'd,
Bolo Aceuts for tho lleimulia of Hawaii.
Soirtiiii (DtenstiiiK !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FllOM JAN 1ST TO JUNK lbT, 1895.
G II Mum m & Co.'b extra
Pommory & Urei.o 11,7.18
Moot & Ohandoii 9,008
Hoidsieck & Co., (dry
Louis Roedorer 3-138
Porrier Jouot 3.280
Irroy & Co 1.783
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Maico.ux . 334
Clias. Hoidsieck 305
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlano & Co.,
Bolo Agonta for G. II. Muram & Co.
for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
FIVE TH01l3.iHD REVENUE.
imiosi'i:ihh; toNiii no v ov m:
aIj'vm yacht . itoAr c-i.iat.
Ilciort of flic Trrnmircr nml Direc
tum Ai t I.rK'l- I'xri'cil I.!
ntillltlo lliilnnco III Hand.
Thoie woio somo forty odd
inonbcis present at tho annual
mooting of tlio Ilcnl.iui Yucht and
Boat Club, held at tlio club's
boatliousi yesterday evening.
Aftor roll call and lending of
nr nutcs tlio following report was
presented by tho board of direc
To tho Mombors of tbo Ho.Uani
Yacht aud Boat Club.
Gentlomon: Upon accepting
tho positions as your Diiectors at
your met-tint; of incorporation ouo
year ngi this nioiitli, vo were in
structed by you to socuro, us
speedily as possiblo, a pormanent
home for tho Club, upon u water
1 it pn vii usly selected.
Designs wcio drawn up and
discus?! d and our wants fiuully
submitted to Messrs. lvipley and
lleynolds, architects, who suc
ceeilvd in mooting with our desire
to build a good houso for a limit
ed amount of monoy. During tho
month of January nothing was
done towards carrying cut tho
ancopted plans, but in Fobruiuy
worn was commenced on the
cement piers aud s.iino woro ready
on March 1st, for f'o builders, n
contract having in tho moantimo
been mado with Mossrs. Lucas
Bros. Two months thoroaftor
this building comploto was turn
ed over to us and it whs our
pleasuro to opon samo for your
acceptance and public inspection
on t. o evening if May 9th Inst.
Great inteiiM Was at onco tak
i ii by ah too mi-mbcis of tlio club,
and our lowing members develop
ed a desiro for daily pr.iotico.
Crows weio formod, and afritndly
rivalry sprung up botwoon thorn,
resulting in froquont races for shoit
distances in tho harbor. Although
thoro has as yot been no races
with crows from tlio other clubs,
excepting on the 4th of July, tho
tuuo m.ule, mid action of our
crows, eucourago us tobeliovo that
wo have good material among our
niGinbori that will, whon oppor
tunity offers, establish a reputa
tion f r our club that cm bo con
At tho suggestion of Mr. A. G.
M. Hobortson. Prosidont of tho
Myrtlo Bout Club, tho oldest or
ganized bout club in tho city,
threo delegates from each of the
tlireo clubs now organised in this
oity mot during tho month of
Juno and formed a Bowing Asso
ciation togoerii all rognttns nnd
rowing races. As proscribed by
tho by-In wb adopted by thorn thoy
arraugod for n regatta to take
placo at Pearl Harbor on the 21st
of Septembor. A lively intorost
uas at oneo t-ikcn by our oarsman
in preparing foi this event, and
your direct ts miduiur.iiigcineiitti,
and ilnl send cnm and boats to
Poiirl Cny on tho 1st of Septom
her so that duily training could
b had over the ciiirso lo ho row
ed. Our crows as well ns those
of tho other boat clubs romaincd
thoro for somo twolvo days when
tho Bowing Association, owing to
the cholora epidemic, dooidod to
give up tho rogatta, and all tho
crows returned home. Tho ros
tr.ctions placed upon boating in
tho harbor have dobarrod our
members from practising for somo
time, but now that samo havo
beon removed, former intorost is
This club houso, comploto as it
now is, cost in round figures Gvo
thousand dollars ($5,000.00). As
tho paymonts for Btock aro boing
made in monthly installments,
your directors wore obligod to
nigotiato a loin t c 'iiiilote tl e
building and tlio corporate noto
is now hold h' Messrs. Lewois
and Cooko for 199(511, to bo
cued for by tho incoming Bomd
of Directors, but ns thoro is al
most nil iqunl annumt still d'lo on
stock, samo can bo easily provided
Your Diieetois rco.ved Irom
tho twteis of the foituer II al-ini
Ono six-oared sliding so.it ii
One six-oarol sliding f-o it prac
Ono four-oar dslidinS". t prac
Ono s'X-mrid huge,
Ono Uonley regutti boat, be
sides nais, IkiiiiKS, pictures, and
one silver piize uup. There hs
since been acquired:
Ono four.oiirod pructico shell,
by purchase, and tho siil boat
"Unilino" by presentation from
Mr. F. L. "Waldron..
Tho Treasurer's loport shows a
detailed st.itomont of nssots and
liabilities, showing net assets of
$52-18.77, to bo incicis'-'d by col
lections of bilauco duo on cipital
PltLSIUKNT THKO. 1 I,AXSING.
IiiHur.inco is oirriod on the
building in tho eutn if $3,000 and
on boats and fittings for 'f2000.
Ti noting the inomb-rs will c n
tiuuo to Mor! in hnimony mid try
to creito fintln r iulori'st in boat
ing to tho iidvaiicnineiit, of the in
terests of till, wo tomiini
Yours most respectfully,
Boaiu) or DiiircToits,
by Tm:o. F. Laxsixg,
Honolulu, Tuesday. Nov. 12. 1895.
Trensurer V. XV. McChesnoy
roudeied his annual finaneial
Htatoinont, showing for tho past
Duos s?i,i :k oo
Siletof htock :i,oi;n 00
Other hources 1.01S 00
.SI, 032 li'J
Oencrftl oipouses . ...
1 nrnituro, llonts, Yachts uuil tix
llalnnco on hand
Ono hundred and eighty-two
shares of tho stock have boon dis
posed of. Tlio assists of tho club
Cnsh on baud
HoatH nml Yachts....
.8 10 72
. I,S7(I 12
. 170 74
. 2,.r.J7 W
Aii election of ofiieuis to servo
for the ons.iing year whs then do
olarod in older and resulted as
follows: Piesident.T F Lansing;
Yico Presithint. J V Winter; Se
cret try. A V (io.iijTrensuror, F B
Oat jAuditor.CLCrabbe. Directors:
12 Touso, F h Waldron, Fred
Hammer, A V Wegnor.
Atlor tho meeting, rofresh
monts woro sorvod and ontliu
siastic speeches mado, during
which O D ClniBo startod a sub
scription list for the purposo of
purchasing p'oasuro boats, which
eoon reached the sum of -200.
Tho lively interest shown at
the meoting was an onrnost of tho
futurt prospority and growth of
Polico husinoss is dull
thero aro very fow arrests.
ARE Ti-.EY BEING FOOLED?
x::itious ciiaiu:i rev Ai)vi:unsi:K
ii:.iii:u nv i'i,AMi:iis
'lilncu Arc Informed of Coiulltloim
Itclurc I.cntlni; Hmmkoim--."tIl-
clilcl .linker 'Inckln Tliem.
Tliiro'Hn news article in ihis
morning's Advertiser wired iuti-
mates that fraud has b.on prac
tised upon Ctiiueso labor immi
grunts. According to that papor's
information Chin tiuon ar n duccd
to loavo Hongki ug for tin so isl
ands uudtr fal"0 pretences, such
us promising Hum mi. eh higher
wages than they aro in fact to ro
ceivo. It is said that this is why
twenty-eight of the Chinese immi
grants now at the quaiantm
station refuse to sign labor con
tracts. A Uum.ktix lcporb r met ono of
tho Trustots t f tho Planter' Labor
t Supply Company on tho stroot,
who, in reply to a qinston,
promptly and emphatically stated
that tlio article in tho Advertiser
was a lie from beginning to ond.
Another officer of the mini" cor
poration was visited in his oll'iio.
lie was not informed ns to tho
alleged troublo at tho quarantine
station, but ho could not belicvo
that tho charges of deception on
tho Chinese could bo true, or
least othor than gieatly oxaggor
atod. This gentlomaii said that Lau
Chong. of the linn of Wing Wo
Tui Co., who had reciuitid thos
iminigrants in Chiiia, where ho
now is, was one of the most rc--pectcd
Chinamen in Honolulu,
and Lo believed him to bo incap
able of the ilishouoiable conduct
At Hongkong the Chino-o
solicited f.ir noniiK mi Hawniian
)laiitatious wc-io given what is
oalled a "hint- pnpei," which is ;i
memorniiduin 1 1 tho conditio s
of tlnir empli'iinenl here. On
tho pa-sigo out, howovtr, the
oniigranfs woro ofton tampored
with, being told that rico was -110
a bag hero, that once on a sug r
plnntition thoy could novor got
oil it, aud so forth. Thoro was
rivalry between dilluront Chincso
concerns in obtaining labor for
the planters, which probably hud
Homothing to do with this intor
foroncc. It was a very strioi.s thing for
tho plautors, tho gontl-mau taid,
to havo thoir good fiiith in.jn gu
oil in tho matter by a daily news
paper tf Honolulu, if tho ovi
elenco thus mado were credited by
tho British Government, tho re
sult might be a stoppage of all
Chinese labor recruiting at Hong
kong. It was to be hopod that thorn
was no truth in tho chargo that
papois luil been signo.l at tho
quarantiito stition by Chimse
immigrants out of tho prosonoa
eif tlnii piotect is and interpre
ter lit ti . inment had, how
.i.. u- u iniueni una, now-
.h weel . good faith by
; ViM.tiiy Oirvin to tho
station to itnostiRato whatcvor
trouble had arisen. ,
besides tho Chincso who agreo I
beforo leaving Hongkong to ontor I
into labor contracts on arrival, '
others como hero who aro allowed
to laud on othor forms of permit.
Mr. Girvtn this morning report
ed to the Ministor of Foreign Af
fairs that contracts hud not beon
signed understandmgly by tho
Chinese nt tho station.
Minister Coopor wont to tho
station in porson to look into tho
mattor. Ho talked to tho Chinese
anil othors talked to thorn, aud ho
thinks that thoy wwl came tj ac
cept the contracts.
If you feel out of sorts, call at
iho Criterion and try our refresh
ing Seattlo Beor on elraught.
ANOTHER SURPRISE TODAY.
THK mil M'ADINM IJIIMKirAMS
.11 U riicnle Kliii: mill .HIki Jetmlc (ilf-
liird Until rrcHi'iilcil Willi 31m -
nrcli I.uillr W lii'di-.
Owing to circnirstunccs ver
which niither the lnm'igo
mont of tho Bullktin nor tho
contestants hud pny control tlio
names f Miss J n in (.liflurd and
Miss Phuuio Iviug have been with
drawn from tho bicyclo conttst. As
the Moniuch wheel stood highcs.t
on the list it is with great plea
sure that tho Bu.t.r.ri.N announcos
that tho Hawaiian Htudwaru
C mpauy, agents of saiel whool,
will prou-nt a Monaro ladies'
ffhool to Miss Jonnio GifTard who
was socoud on tho list. The
Evknixo Uui.i.Kn.v has precontid
Miss Phonio King with a .Monarch
Indies' wheel in accordance with
tho tonus of tho contest, that
bicyclo having roceivtd the high
est popular voto at tho date of tho
withdrawal of tho two leading
contestants. Tho Bfl.LKTi.s
hopes that both young ladios will
thoroughly enjoy their wheels and
bocomo oxpeit cyclers.
'KJio contest will go merrily on
until .November 27th, as original
ly announced, and tho lady re
ceiving tho most votos will bj
prcsonted by tho I3ui.m:tix man
agement with tho wheel which
obtains the laigest numbor of
ballots. In tho count givon below
the votes cast for oithor Miss
GifT.nd or Miss King have been
counted as scattoring at their
Owing to tho changes mtuti -m d
above, only ti small vto was 1
oil today, tho icsult of which is
shown in the accnnpinyiug
Following is tho nsult of to
day's count, us furnishi-d by the
Previously counted SG75
New ballots today 200
Mm llcniicr I40H
MIm AunluUlark 111'.
MU4 U Ul-eii 3J
MUi Muitman "i
C'lc ul.i ml S-i 1:1
Jn-ordor to impress upon your
mind tho fact that the Seattle
ltrcvoiivj and Malliwj Go's beers
tiro Mini, lj'gtit ana mvo'v, we
. b j j 0 tho uVOraBOl)er coatof
, j h f in vari0U(J li(Juolrd ,
"Rainier" Jhcr... 3.1 por cent
"Oljwiic" llccr... 3.4
Wilis vy 51.U
On draught at tho Critoi ion.
Mnl J or Hawaii, iro wo part
llhu mu hack, no' not in heart
Hut that ttlilnln;; tllamoml rlii);,
llnn.Ui.-t, eardrop, t-vtrj tiling
'Unit 1 bought uuil iie to on,
When our hummer loc nan new.
(ihu Hum Luck, aud I will Hit,
l'lnil another whom they'll tit,
While hi Drown ,t Kuhuy'a store
You tan buj a fuw dozen more. '
Manag r (to boxktopnr) Well,
thoy call this piooa a fioet, but I
cai' it a thaw.
Boxkoopor A thaw, sir?
Mitnagor Yes; see how tho nu
dionco melteel away. Fun.
itxio.N v()i'Aiu: win. m; -ru,
CT.NTEK (lie lNn:il'ST.
Ijiiuii Tonnlv It mil
.'onrirt nml Dm
Teii-iullr llti-) !
Hi,il llcir Will
eon f.T ,.f ...(:. n..-.
afternoon illboat Union fquare,
..nd the fuis uo ,jollt,tt)iat : Inrgo
crowd Win i,0 01 Cltlu.r to wJt
"OS'. or (a)-0 p,,rt j,, ti,0 amuse.
in the iirst place it is ladies'
day at tho courts of the Pacific
Tonr.is Club, which will bo ooen
from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m. Owing to
othor atti actions the groni.ds will
undoubtedly be ciowelcd with the
membcis and their lady friends.
Ton and other refreshments will
bo served as usual.
Tho Hawaiian band will rivt
its usual afternoon conceit in the
grounds of the Fxeeutho builel
ing, commencing at -1 o'clock,
and it will probably last
until the bicyclo race "is end-
eel. Professor Berber lias pro
mised an extra fine program for
Tho start and finish of tho raco
for tho Adverlisor bicycle will bo
tho gieut attraction, however, and
everybody who can get to tho
sepiiro may bo lolied on ns being
thoro. The raco conimonccs at a
epmitorto five sh.rp. and nu the
roads aro now in first-class condi
tion rapid timo is expocted to bo
made. It is hoped that drivers of
veliicIo3 on King street will look
out for tho bicyclo riders and ivo
thorn a do ir course. J. L. Torbert
J.O. Carter, Jr., and Tom 'ri"ht
will bo judges, and AVillie L?ne
and 1-rnnk Kruger time-keepers
Iho three contestints aro in fino
form and n close, hard raco ij
Betting on tho result is 2 to 1
in favor of Angus as against
Sylvester, while some enthusias
tic supporters of tho foimor arc
said to bo oll'eting tho same odd
on him agiinst b tli his competi
tors. Sylvester is oxpocted to set
tho pace from tho start and woar
Angus out if ho can, nnd thoro are
many who think his constant
daily practice will oimblo him to
do it. Thoro aro a few, however
who insist that Tommy King will
win tho rnce, and thoy count
on tho perfect condition into
which ho hns boon trained.
It is also claimed that ho lias an
iidvantago in his whoel. We will
nilo a Tribune nicor which is
fitted with tho Tribune patent
sprocket, by which a saving of 15
per cont. of labor is gained. This
is bound to count in a long raco
nnel as this is tho first raco in
which a Tribuno racing wheel
will bo used tho result is awaitod
with interest Angus will most
likely rido a Km. bier whoel and
Sylvester a Clovoland.
Jim.v uimsErr ii:u.
Tin-Slid Occurrence look I'lnre at I'ii ii
lon Lu.t MS.
Tho death of James Dowsett,
oldost son of James 1. Dowaott, U
nniiouncod. It took placo ht hia
father's ranch at Pnulon. Ho hud
beon aulliinng from an affection of
tho brain for about four yoars,
which took a seiious turn a fow
elajBsinco. The remains of tho
eleceasod were brought to this
uiij nioi nignt.
Too deceased was about 33
yoars of 11KU. T1(J fllll0rftl U.
rang monts havo not yot boen
completed, but it has beon de-
cieieei unit it shall tako placo from
tho family ho,o at Kapal.ima to
uuiiuw uiiornoon at 3 o'clock.