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THE RECEPTION Aj HILO.
Tiir finest i:vi:n iii;m in the
illllllMcr AVIIIW Tlinnld Illloltfn 1'or
Tlmlr Ilonpltullty-Tlio Itcceptlon
I'oIIoikhI by n lmieo
Tlio arrival of tho Kimu brings
fuller particulars of tho lecoption
givqn by tho people of IXilo to
Minister and Mra. Willis, Captain
Pigman and tho officers of tho
Bonnington on Monday evening
last. As tho Bulletin had a re
presentative present it is enabled
to give tho only full and correct
account of the affair.
Tho Bonnington anchored in
rtilo harbor on Friday, Novombor
8th, but it rained so hard that
Minister and Mrs. Willis remain
ed on boarl for throo days, after
which in company with Captain
Pigmau tho visitors loft for tho
Volcano. They returned to Hi!o
on Thursday and ronii'imd ashoro
as tlio guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.
K. Wildor uutil tlio doparturo of
On tlio day following tho war
ship's arrival A. B. Loebonstoiu
called a meeting of tho Ainorican
citizons of llilo to discuss tho
matter of offering a reception to
tho distinguished roprcsentutivo
of tho United St'ites. At this
meoting it was decided that a
committeo should call on tho Am
erican Minister and obtain his
views befoio going furlhor. This
whs dmirt ami Mr. "Willis express
ed much pleasure tit the prospec
tive honor to bo tondored to him,
only stipulating that tho locop
tiou should not be too formal in
its char.ieter. Tho committeu re
ported and other committees wore
appointed to carry out tho details
of tho reception, and that they did
thoir work woli is evidenced by
tho groat Kiicoosu which attended
Tho reception took place in tho
new hall ovor the Sprockets build
ing and lasted from 8 o'clock until
half pnfct nine, after which thero
was daucing. Tlio hall was beau
tifully decoratod with Hawaiian
and American flags, bunting and
groonory; from tho ceutrnl chan
delior festoons of bunting extend
ed to the corners, in three of which
worn masses of bamboo and ferns,
while in tho fourth n stand was
erected for tho musicians which
was also beautifully decoratod.
In addition to tho abovo tho walls
of tho hall woro hung with pic
tures and tho stairway and niches
fillod with potted palmB and othor
beautiful plants loaned by Hilo
citizens for tho occasion.
At tho mauka oud of tho hall
soats had boon arranged for tho
distinguished Amorican visitors,
who arrived shortly of tor 8 o'clock.
Mrs. "Willis had unfortunately
sprained hor foot wliilo descend
ing tho gangway of tho I5enning
t in two days pieviously, and had
to bo carried from Mr. Wilder's
house to tho hall in a chair and
nftorwards homo agiin. Under
tho circumstances most ladies
would have sont their regrets,
but not so Mrs Willis, who wliilo
suffering considerably bravely in
convenienced herself to prevout
any disappointment. She was
huiidnonioly dressed in a black
and white stripod silk. Judge
and Mre. S. G. Austin and Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Konnody and Con
sul Furneaux assisted Ministor
and Mre. "Willis in rocoiviug tho
The recoption concluded at 9.30,
whon, Minister Willis expressed to
thoso presont his great ploasure
and gratitudo for tho courtesies
extended to him by tho American
citizens of Hilo.
In behalf of tho latter A. B.
Loebonstoin roplied, thanking tho
Ministor for his attendance and
Mrs. "Willis especially for coming
under tho circumstances of hor
HONOLULU, ILL, SATU11DAY, NOVLJ-FR 10. 1895.
accident, and concluded with
slating that, although Amorican
citizens ef Hilo had instituted
tho reception, thoso of all nation
alities had vied with the c.im-
mitttcs in making th afl'iir a sue
Dancing then ensued and was
kept up until a lato hour, but
MrST -W-illjs was eompolled to
withdraw about. Ifr"-,'clock. Be
tween 11 and 12 o'clock a colla
tion was served which all presont
enjoyed hoartily. D.mcing was
then resumed and kept up till nil
woro tired and went homo wishing
tht Bennington and her guests
would pav anothov visit to Hilo.
Tho following ari tho oommit
toes to whom is duo tho credit of
tho most successful social n flair
ovor hold in Hilo:
Committoe on Arrangements
nnd Banquet Vi 15 ltichards, A
"W Ilobson, Dr It "W Williams.
Mrs J It Wilson and Mrs A B
Committoe on Litorary Program
Col Littlo, slrCaldwoll and E
Itecoption Committee FL Win
tor, l)r Hutchinson, E 13 Rich
ards. Committoe on Invitations Mr
Juno?, Mr Campbell and Col Lit
tle. Thosd present included Captain
Pigman, fjientonaiits Elliott, Bar
ton, Blue, Euton, Addison, Br.
Hilbort and Paymaster Phillips of
tho Bonnington, Dr. Cooper, Frod
Smith and a Bulletin rcpresontt
tive of Honolulu, nnd nearly
ovoryone of any prominenco in
The following farewell services
of ltov. Mr. Yattnau aro announc
ed for tomorrow and two onsuiug
At 10 a.m. at tho Poitugueso
church; r-t 11 o'clock at tho Con
tral Union church. At 3 p. m.
boys' meoting at Y. M. C. A hall,
and ono to women ui "Lot's wife."
At -1 ovlock nion's mnxs mont-
ing, the subjoct beiug ''Tlio Forty
Yresuoj-s," at U:m a meeting at
tho Y.QI. 0. A. hall led by Mr.
Corbett, and at 7:30 Mr. Yntman's
first of a pcrios of farowoll eer
mons. .At this ono tho subjeot
will bo: "Heaven," on Monday
night "Holl" and Tuesday (his
last sonnon hero) "Pathways of
1'ItOM l'ATIIUIl CONIUItOY.
EniTon Bulletin: In tho in
terest of trith and to please hun
dreds of friends at the Leper Set
tlement and) outsido allow mo a
littlo spaco in the columns of your
paper to emphatically dony a
statement which I and othors read
in soveral nowsjiapors publishod
in Honolulu to tho effect that I
asked tho Board of Health for
permission ' to louvo tlio Lopor
Settlement, whore I havo lived
seven and half yoars. A raistako
has boen rnado at tho oflico or
Bonio unscrupulous boing applied
for tho said leavo in my name.
Fit. L. L. CoNHAHDV.
Kalawao, Mol., Nov. Id, 1895.
Tho oloctitm of a Synodsman
for tho second congregation of SI.
Andrew's Cathedral will tnko
place at tho school room on Tues
day evoning, Novomber 19, at
7:30. All malo communicants of
tho congregation over tho ago of
18 years ore eligible as voters and
aro iuvited to attond tho mooting.
Tho election is to fill tho placo
mado vacant by tho death of Cup
tain H. W. Mist, It. N.
China's civil sorvico is still a
hoad of ours. At a recent ex
amination thoro woro 35 candi
dates over 80 years of age, 18 of
thorn ovor 90, who had boon pass
ing examinations all their lives
without getting an appointment.
LATEGT FOREIGN NEWS.
CllllSTUV SVt KIT IV A UEIMJIS
I'urliov (Jolnc from Itnil to Vorc--
IXirrnnt nutl HoIiiich Itotli Con-
Uy tho steamer Australia dates
of .Sm Francisco papers to and
including November 9th are 10
coived, from which tho following
summary of loading events is
) NtTLI) STATES.
It was roported in Wash
ington on Movcmbor 7 that
tho United States Govorntnout
has suppressed tho publication of
a book on Iln wait written by
Lioutonant Lncien D. Young, who
commanded the troops of tlio U.S.
S. Boston which woro landed in
Honolulu in January, 1893.
Lloutennnt Young has donicd ab
solutely that tho President had
declared that his book on "Ha
waii and tho Hawaiian Question"
should bo supprossod, or that
any of his superior olllcors had in
any way attempted to interfere
with its publication.
Senator Lodge has returned
trora Spain. His visit there hid
no political bearing.
Senator Chandler mid ex-Senator
Blair denounce Minister
Bayard, saying ho should bo re
called for a speech ho made at
Edinburgh.in which hodonouncod
socialism nnd protection.
London financiers aro said to be
ready to back American capital
ists with monoy to build the
Mrs. D. P. Bowors tho actress
Bloodshed is threatened in fac
tion disputes of tho Chorokoo In
dians. Ex-Sonator Allon G. Thiirman
is dying. Ho would be 82 yoars
old if ho lived until the 13th hist.
Anarchists in Chicago being
forbidden to hold their animal
glorification of bomb-throwing
"martyrs" in Waldhcim comotery,
will disinter tho bodios and start
a ceiuetory of their own.
A provision suspected of boing
intended to defeat the liquor dis
pells iry law uas promptly votod
down in tho South Carolina con
stitutional convention by a vote
of 95 to 37.
Theodore Durrant was found
guilty on November 1, of murder
in tho first degroo. Tho jury on
ly took iivo minutes to find thoir
vordict. Ho is not yet sontoncod,
a stay of procoodings for two
weoke having boen granted on tho
8th, to give his attorneys timo to
proparo thoir bills of exooptions.
Itcpulillmu Tidal Wax.
.Now York, Now .lersoy and
Maryland rollod up big majoritios
for tho Itepublicans in the oloc
tious on Novomber 0. Kentucky
was doubtful nt first intelligence,
but by tho second day it turned
out that Uradley, tho Republican
candidate for Governor, wasolect
0(1 by a plurality of more than
17,000, with 8 countios to hoar
from, which woro likoly to swell
Bradloy's victory and his boing
tho first Itopubliean Governor
Kentucky ovor had mado him
spoken of as c.indidalo for Vico
Ohio gavo more than 100,000
A New York dispatch of tho
Gth says: It was a landslide.
Republicanism was ovorywhoro
triumphant Tuesday save in this
city, whoro tho local issuo was
paramount. Now York, Now
Jersey, Muss-iclmsotts, Ohio, Ken
tucky, l'ennyslvania, Iowa, Illi
nois, Nebraska, Kansas and tho
usoful Utah are all in lino, loyally
and maguificontly strong for tho
campaign of 189G.
Every Stnte but two in which
oliiflions were hud ivo splondid
m iori'ies for the Hop iblican
tickrt Thcs" two wcro Missis
sipi'i and ininia. They and
T. i.ii y null a ro tho only sur
For the first timo in uoarly
thirty years New Jersey elootid a
Hop i hi i can Uovornor.
John D. Itockefellor, tho stand
ard oil king, has givon thrco mil
lion dollars more to tho Chicago
University. One-third of it is
iinconditiou.il, tho remainder to
be paid in amounts equal to the
contributions of othors in cash.
Tli is makes his t ital benefactions
to the University seven and a half
Mrs. Hannah lilytho, a widow
at Maiden, Mass., claims to be an
hoir of Thomas Henry lllythe,
and will content tho estato with
MrsFlorenc" Hinckley neoBlytho.
Henry II. Holmes, the allpged
m. mstor charged With n host of
murders, was couvictod of murder
in tho first dogreo at Philadelphia
on the 2nd iust., for tho killing of
Benjamin F. Piotzel.
Mrs. Shattuck.convictod of the
murder of Harry G. I'oole. Ins
been granted a now trial by the
California Supreme Court.
A strong aiuiod guard watched
over the ballot boxes at Denver,
Col., election night on account of
reports of crookodnoss.
Charles ltoso in a lettur says ho
withdrew his challcngo for tho
America cup because he feared it
would bo onstrusd ns nn expres
sion of opinion on Lord Dnnravon's
Tom Sharkoy punished John
Miller so badly in sevon rounds
at Sun Francisco that Sheriff
McEvoy intervened and stoppid
Eugeno Fiold, poot, journalist
and story writor, was found dwid
in bod at Buon.i Park, Chicago,
on the '1th iust. Iln uas to begin
a loHuro season at Kansas City
the following night. Mr. Field
was -15 yoars old.
The Dukoaud Duchess of Marl
borough are spending thoir honey
moon on Loi.g Island.
Roar Admiral Itobort W. Sh i
feldt, U. S. M.. retired, died in
Washington on tho 7th inst., in
tho seventy-third year of his ags.
RotnfT, tho insurgent loador in
the province of Sauta Clara, has
ordored poasauts to romovo at
loast throe miles from. tho towns
and forts under penalty of boing
shot. Captain General do Campos,
to counteract the effect of this ord
er, is reinforcing tho garrisons,
aud has ordered tho farniera to
concentrate, promising them the
uso of all available lands near the
Tho Spanish Government will
offer tho Cubans modified homo
rulo if they luy down thoir arms.
Leading Cubans say they will no:
accept the terms, ns Spain is only
trying to deceive them as she did
in 1808. Thoy wantabsoluto in
dependence aud would not accept
oven tho conditions governing
the Dominion of Canada.
EmpororWillfam intends orcot
ing a monumont In Bismarck at
the ontr.uico of tho Kiol Canal.
TlIK SICK MAN.
A change of Ministry has tikou
placo in Constantinople, but with
out any change for tho bettor in
tho political situation. Embas
sadors of tho Powers do not re
gard tho now Ministry with favor,
and there is much talk of tho ab
dication of tho Sultan.
Tho former Grand Yizior was
doposod becauso ho would not con
ceal tho insincerity of tho Sultan.
An Italian papor hns advices to
tho effect that tho Marquis of
Salisbury has confidentially pro
posed to tho Powors tho dismom
bormont of Turkoy.
Italy is in purfoet accord with
England and tho Italian iloet is
(Continued on Jth jmye.)
THL JAPANESE DINNER.
IN HOrvOIt OF CO.XSIE-GENKItAI.
Correct VrrMuu i.r Ilic !cw 'uiua
Itcitinrl-iiiui.k r Tlioke Ire-
ent 'Iln. Conmilltcr.
The reception givon to tho new
Consul-general by Jipineso mer
chants last ovoning has boon tho
main topic of convocation among
citizons of that nationality this
morning. Tho report of thosptocli ,
of Mr. Shimnmura as givon iu
tho Advertiser is denounced by
many of thoso presont us mislead
ing and incorrect, and much of
tho lauguago reported to havo
been usod by htm was nover utter
ed. Tho facts relating to tho din
nor from its lucoptiou to the ond
are correctly reported bolo.v, hav
ing boen obtained from those par
ticipating in the entertainment.
lho dinner was not givon by
any political club or association
but by thiitysoven loading Jap
an) so citizens, uijstly moruhante.
Tho committeu who had tho
affair in charge consisted of
Messrs. Furiya, Chiya, Iwnkami,
S.iknno, Kojima, Knwaguchi, Ho
tdiimo and Dr. Uohida. Tho five
invited guosts were Consul-Gon-eral
Shim.imura and Secretaries
Minium aud Niikuni, ux-Consul-Geuerul
Shimizu and ox-Secretary
Goro Narita. Covers were laid
for forty-two poisons in all and
thirly-Hix wru present.
The dinner consisted of thirtoen
courses, sorved in the French
stylo, and the boverages partaken
of wore principally claret, beer
and champagne. No Japanoso
liquors or daiiencics wero servod.
Mr. Uzaki. prenident of thi Jap
anese Union, acted as president
ofthoovoniog and make a short
address of welcomo to tho now
consul. Mr. Mizuno, represent
ing tho Yamnto Nows, also mado
a shmt address to tho now consul.
But ono toast was drank and
that was to tho hoalth of Consul
Genonil and Diplomatic Agent
Shim.imura, in replying to which
ho thankod thoso present for thoir
kind invitation and expressions of
osteem. His appointment to his
present position had been mado
somo timo previous to his de
parture from Japan and during
tho interim ho had worked bird
to familiariz' himsolf with tho
condition of Japanese citizons in
Hawaii aud ho hud investigated
ovory proposition ho could think
of which would tend to increase
tho prosperity of Japanese hero.
Ho hoped to obttin further in
formation in this matter from
future personal acquiintauco with
Japanese loug-rosident horo and
who of courso wore hotter inform
od on subjects pertaining to the
wolfuro of thoir fellow citizens.
Ho assured his hoarors that ho
would do everything in his oow
or to help Japanese residing in
Hawaii that was commensurato
with tho duties and dignity of tbo
official position ho held.
The dinnor commonccd at G
o'clock and lasted till about half
past oight, when tho participants
returned in carriages gaily dec
orated with Japanoso lanterns.
Tho dinning-rooni was appropri
ately docoratod in Japanoso stylo
and tho dinnor was spoken of as
boing first-class. Nothing what
ovor ocenrrod to mar tho harmony
of tho occasion and tho greatest
of good-followship prevailed.
in addition to the invited guests
and committoe tho following wero
present: Messrs. Mizuuo, B.
Shimizu, T. Hirosi. Y. Ilirosi,
Odo, Suga, R. S. Yog. Igarashi,
Dr. Mori, Aikawa, I. Watanafo,
S. Watimaho, Kabayashi, Iwa
nioto, Fujiinoto, Kawasaki, Mat
sudn, Ogata, 1 1 amain), Isoshima,
lakemura, Kimura, Shimamoto,
llugtt, G. E. Boardman, Dr. Ko
jima, Amaya and Tnkozowa.
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