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5i? Everu Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
THURSDAY - - DEO. 5, 1895.
THE JAIL DELIVERY.
If tlio Council of S tn to bnsod
its refusals of pardon upon tlio
apparently dilatory mid reluctant
applications of tlio prisonors tits
criminated nguiust, it did the
niounn injustice) according to some
inforiuation tlio Bulletin litis ro
coivod. Tlici'b was mi impression
in tlio prisoners' mind that tlioro
would bo another "cut" miido on
Thanksgiving D.iy. but that it
would louvo tlio 1. 'liner term pri
soncrs etill behind the b.irs.
Thi'ioforo it whs Inn (I to convince
tlicso hitter th it thfro was imy
use in praying for pinion. TIiosp
who woro most prompt in asking
for roleiiso mid importunate in
thuii petitions acttd, not so uiucli
upon any sanguine hopes that
theio would bo a favoiablo res
ponso as upon the principle that,
while their friends and the bene
volently - disposod public were
making such oarnont dibits on
thoir bohalf, it would look liko
sullen ingrntitudo on their part
if they failed to niako .ny
etl'iit for themsolvcs.
It is learned on good authority
tlmt snn wh opposed tho re
lease of any of tho prisoners hnve
changed their minds sinco Thanks
giving Day, and do not ceo now
that eithor tho dignity or tho
security of tho Government is en
hanced by further detention of the
fow remaining political prisoners,
when soveral who woro as deeply
involved in the conspiracy and the
overt nets to accomplish its ob
jocts aro breathing tho air of
liborty. Thoy might just as woll
all bo lot out, without waiting for
Christmas or New Ye.ir's. Public
opinion, tlioro can be little doubt,
h in favor of such an act of
An important test case was
peuding in San Francisco at
latest r.dvices, which has a vital
iutorost for this country in con
nection with tho question of an
nexation. Its decision may even
bnvo something to do in deter
mining tho policy of the United
States regarding annexation. The
question ut issuo is whether n
Chinese- born in tho United States
is a citizen or not. Hitherto
Ameiican-born Chinese havo boon
accepted as citizens, and a late
San Francisco paper says that
"in cities Hko San Francisco
and Now Yoik tho possible
Chiueso Volo li'-xt year is causing
politicians to do some thinking."
Geo. D. Collins has recently,
however, ruisod tho point in tlio
Atiieric.in JjTW Review that a
f'ljii Gi-o horn ia tho Ui.itod States
is not a citizen, conUnding tlmt
his paronts could nut pi-stibly bo
naturalized utnlor the statutes
and judicial ho'diugs of tho
United States, and that the mero
accident of birth would not on
title him to citizenship. If this
position bo upheld by tho
Federal courts it will bar nil such
Chinese from habeas corpus pri
vileges, tako the ontiro quostion
of thoir return to tho country,
when thoy visit China, out of tho
courts and leave tho matter of
thoir landing wholly with the
customs authorities. The tost
oirio ro lev red to was instituted in
tho United States District Court
in San Francisco upon tlio sug
gestion of tho Department of
.Justico at Wellington, and is
that of i Chinuinin born in tho
United Slates who is piosocuting
tho collector of CiMtoins and a
.to.iuior ouptuin i n' thiir ninlir
Uking to doporl him.
THE GODFREY CASE.
In lofusing to entertain tho
claim of daumgos presented by
Frank Godfroy for outrage upon
his person, the United Statos
Govomment apparently regards
Hawaii in the same light as it
does her own State- governments,
with whoso failuros, in somo caaos,
to protect citizons from tho
violonco of mob law it novor in
terferes. At tho same timo, if
Godfrey neglected to use any
moans ho might have hud in his
power to sccuro tho prosecution
of his assailants, it is hard to sec
how ho could have any claim for
damages against tho Hawaiian
Government. As to tho reason
hoard about Godfrey's being re
fused United States protection on
tho ground that ho is a registered
Uawiiiian voter, if tlioro is truth
in this thou it is tho iiidt ciso in
which n definite decision upon
that point has beon rondored by
tho United States Govorumont.
Dogs should bo vigorously ox
eluded from tho precincts of the
In rospoiiho t inquiries ub tut
tho inongooso in this country, Mr.
Marsden hns written tho oxhauy
tivo account of tho little beast
which appears in this issuo. It
makes interesting roadiug.
"Godfrey cluimod that he was
a beneficiary of the Government
as described in the law of 1890,
and consoquoutly his wngos could
not bo garnishoed." In the foro
going stitoment the Advertiser
turns tho fact insido out. Tho
law of 1890 reforrod to provides
for tho girn'ishm.'ut of tho salaries
of Government employees, thoy
having been previously exempt from
tho garnishee prncos. Tho dooi
sion nioutioncd by tho Adver
tiser, which was correctly roport
ed in this paper, was to tho effect
that Godfroy was not an omplo3'eo
of tho Govorumont, in tho senso
of the law, and therefore that
money duo to him from tho So
nato could not bo attached by
garnishment. Godfrey won tho
l'ollto Court Ileum.
Judge Perry disposod of fifteon
minor cases this morning.
Olohou and Kaopua woro ar
rested this morning for having
die fa tickets in possession.
The profanity charge on which
"Bon" had to put up 100 bail
will be hoaid on Saturday.
Tho chorgn ngniimt F. Osraor
for aspuilting and bittoringhis
wifo has been dropped by the
Three Chines gutnb'ors woro
lined ?10 each and ousts by Judge
Perry this morning and two others
In tho suit of Sainusca vs
Minor in tho District Court tho
defendant h.m ooi fessed judgment
lor i2'J.JJ in i ,vor of pi.iiuliir.
Ah FjoIc, a Chinoso truant,
pleaded guilty before Judgo I'orry
this morning, hut his sontonoo was
suspended on tho promise of good
behavior in tho future.
Emil Klomrao roenvorod judg
ment yesterday afternoon in
Judgo Pony's court against W.
E. Smith for $24 25 on an I. O.U.
F, II. Swunzy left on tho Iva
lani this aftomoon for Hamakuo.
EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER o, 1895.
?lAI'li:i:s IN lMtOUATI
J'lilrn, ttooli'. 1t4)clilcii nml ;Uii"ti
UalutPN Alipcitl Can.
Cecil Brown has filed his ti mil
account as administrator of tho
estato of Antono Pedro, shoeing
rocoipts $427.04, oxponditures
$211.70, buhinco $183.31. Tho
samo gentleman has filed his final
ncoount as oxecutor of tho will of
Thomas Keofo, showing rocoipts
.1121)0, expenditures $554.80, bal
A. G. M. Hobortson, attorney
for Mrs. Quigloy, formerly Mrs. J.
G. HayBoldou, is notified by "W.
A. Kinney and Cocil Brown, at
torneys for tho executors of tho
ostato of J. G. Haysoldon, to pro
duco in court a certain letter
written to hor by J. S. Walker in
IHJvS rnrr.irilini' inti ivst nil .liil-
niicea in his hands belonging to
Father Sylvester his filed his
llitli yearly account us guardian
of Patrick Glelison, shotting re
ceipts 81 i S17, piymeitts !?S25.27,
balance tf'JUU 20.
A. ltosa bus nppnaled from
judgment against him obtained
by II. A. Vnleinann.
Ilonry Willgeroth, Gorman, has
tiko.ii the oath.
The Wall'icholsC-. will de
liver the Sun Francij-cn Examiner
in Honolulu at a dollar a mouth.
Frank J. Krugi r calls utti'iitioii
to his holiday stock if witches
and clooks and his facilities for
repairing of all kinds.
The regular monthly mooting of
tho Board of Sup'-ivisors of tlio
Fro Kindorgarten and Children's
Aid Association will bo hold in
Quocn Emma hull at 9:30 a. in.
Frduy, Docombor G, 1895 At 9
o'clock tho various committees
aro requested to moot at tho samo
placo. Attontion is callod to tho
changed timo of meoting for both
commituod and supervisors.
-jC.ly f ' " I ': ' 1 I -
Dolivored by Carriers,
S1.00 por month.
RANK J. KRUOER
For the Holidays
ltcpalrs or nil kiuile. Fort ami Mcrclmut
tilrict. 1 70-1 in
ai.i. it.ksoxs i.ndkhiki) to thk
firm of tlic lute .1. T. Wutnlioiise, lr m
cuimln oHlnir prelnu l Miipi'Ii I, 1S'J"). in
nutititil hi m tile saint! Iii fore tlammn I, ! II,
al tin- iillli't! of .1. T. WntcrliiniM', (Juccii St
CHOIOK r.VKCY MIXKJl OLACK AND
elioiee CHOCOL.VTKS inomlloHs variety.
In 2, !5 and 5 pound Boxes,
Sultnble for Holiday Vrerentx.
Oomplcle Iilne of
Christmas Toys and Novelties,
I'WTli J" nMIHw I r- " .-l1"" J ' iKr.r'
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked .Hoi led Oats
The original brand.
J 1 orxllhi'ul, Jfluonomiojil,
Dllli'ivnt froiii iiikI liiillcr tliitn any olliur Imiiiil.
fj& l'i,. h it, li.v nil l.i .ulmK (liiM-i ik.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.,
vr iMiri vtvw
j "K f "2"l
"THE FREE AD" AND THE
SUPERIORITY OF THE
In our last advertisement in
this column we called atten
tion of the public to the
Stearns wheels which are now
being sold in this city. We
stated without fear of contra
diction that they were back
numbers, manufactured in 1894
and shipped to the Pacific
Coast as up to date wheels
when they are not. We rei
terate that assertion more for
cibly in this ad. It has not
been denied and cannot DC,
and we again caution buyers
not to oe deceived witn anti
quated machines which are
represented as containing all
the latest improvements.
An ad of the Stearns agency
in an afternoon paper, praising
the Tribune wheel and giving
it a good send-off, refers to a
letter written by H. F. Terrill,
the well-known scorcher, con
cerning the Tribune wheel.
In spite of their assertion to
the contrary, we deny that the
agents of the Stearns wheel
have seen or read the private
letter of Harry F. Terrill to the
Tribune rider here (meaning
Tommy King) but as there is
nothing secret about it we
print the whole of it relating
to bicycles below. If the
Stearns agents can get any
satisfaction out of it they are
more than welcome. Ar. Ter
rill says: "I am riding a
Steam, 16 lbs. Say, Tom, the
Tribune wheel has an awful
good reputation through the
East. I did not think much
of it before I came East.
It is considered one of the best
wheels in the world."
The balance of the letter
refers to private matters but
the Stearns agents may peruse
the whole of it at any time.
The explanation of Terrill's
riding a Stearns wheel lies in
the fact that he is under con
tract with the manufacturers
to do so, consequently lie can
not ride a Tribune although it
is ev ident he would if he had
In our last advertisement we
asked any intending pur
chaser to take one of the
Stearns wheels to any first-class
mechanic and have him take it
apart and compare it with the
corresponding features of the
Tribune wheel. We knew that
an honest opinion would be
that the Tribune is by far the
better wheel and hence made
the challenge. We renew that
challenge and intend to keep it
before the public. It has not
been accepted and it will not
We expect those Tribune
Tandems on the Australia and
if they arrive they will probab
ly be seen in the New Year's
Don't purchase a bicycle of
any kind without first examin
ing the Tribune.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
E Hawaiian Haitaa Co. Ltd
ouit 1 tewmcigsr' ,'
A $110 B1GYCL
Either n roadster or n racer, lndy'n
or gentleman's, suit yoursoll.
"Willi every ONE DOL
Ii()K puivhno. wo givo n
coupon which untitles you
to n ehnneo on tho -
fifty dollars piirchnso you
got fifty coupons. AVith
ono coupon you may got
tho whool, but of courso
tho nioro coupons you
linvo tho moro chances
? Tim ilccMnn nwl ulircl will be rItcii
ntmirhliiru TL'KSDaY i:uiiIiii;, Dcci'iutcr
31st, al 8 i M.
. J. EGAN.
- Ilnrry Wlrtli.
J. J. Cameron.
riiiut.sDAY. iix'i:.Miit:u ath.
Doom opun 7::iU. Coiriiiieiiceu at S liurp.
TENTS ERECTED FORT AND BERETANIA STS.
Chairs 81, Oullory fiO c, Children
HrnciAl. Clinlrn run be (.ccurcil ilurlnp;
Hie iny al Clrtiin olllrc lor uhli.li a rlinr;i! of
iib cent I'xtm will be muilc
OUU UPKNINti 1'UOUKAMMK:
1 Oieiturc, OrclieMrn.
2 Star anil umlei cnlruo on liomulmek by
tlino luillus ami tliree jji-ntlemen.
a Ourf:ymiial on the lilijli trapeze.
4 I'rlnclnal summiiult KiUestritnnc, I.alil
.') Itajca and Ills electric clinlr.
0 flniccful I'xlilblilon of eliibuwlinjlnf; by
tlic I.lllpiitUn MarU'la.
7--Tlic iniiitt perfectly trained pony Nelly,
Introduced by her tnilnvr, Mr. l 11. Mont
gomery. S l'l-nrli") perfoininnei' on tho bal.inelni;
lailder, V. lliirimand TaMa.
U ItldliiK and ihlliiK tlino baro back
liiiiM'B by tin- tlai-nln Ki,iies'rleniic, Miss
In Intrepid and graceful performance, on
tin Imli-lblcuhc, Mii-iMiuli'I Wlrtli.
11 (iiaeelul po-es on two horncx, .Mian Iilu
Veiiion and I, il. .Miinlniiieiy,
12 Alliurloimd lilt hlepli.tnt.
1:1 Kiiu'li-li biuindlii jui-Ucy by the gnat
Kahti rn ntar I.ahl Slii''.
Intel inUvion uf 111 minutes.
3 1 Si ll'l'l llll, fit IHhtlJ.
If) A limit M'lii-.iiinii.il nml ilaniij;
Kj'iiuiublio ii'ifi)i'iiiiiiici'. J'liKl'thin mill
mr lv lluriiH ami Allicrtu, terminutiiiK
liy Alliortu tiirnliic a Honieisniil t from
tlio ilyiiiK bar anil Iiulng ruuglit by
101". II. MoutKonicry'H KMllstir
I'lnieitrii'iint' ri'pU'sintutioii of the North
Amuricitn Ilnliau, 'iiihuJiicin tlio lilghly
tml lied ilog Dan Shirt.
17 Aplu.ibini; musical iutorliule, "Tlio
AliilmiiiuCoons," by l.ittlo olurml wirth,
Kutic Montoiiiurv unit Klsiu Hi. I.eon.
18 During hurdle, net by tlic Jupuneso
1U Tim Mngio Tub by tlio three Comi-
Of! K.illa Tn,,lr,, ,,-.. II. .. .
ttiucetrienno now beforo tho public.
21 Acrobntic pastimes by tuatnbers of
22 The ilaring nuil dnsliliiL' Ncllio
Lyndhiirst In her fuiuoua baru-back act,
picking up objects from tho grouml
whilo the stml is in full gallop.
23 Tlio rilling contest, open to nny
person in tho uiidiencu. Conditions -A
hoi-Mi equipped will bo supplied, and
the j.oitiou who renin Ins in a Htumling
position tlio longent will bo preRented
ly Mr. Wirth with a purse uf silver.
Hpkcul Mr. Wlrtli, whilo taking uvery
precaution nguiuit aeoideat, will not be
lefljiuiitilbli' fur any.
N. It. TIliH plllgl'lllllllie Ik Hlllljl'Ct to
Might iilti nitloiiH.
l'lrt r;riuiil illinium-Suturilnj- Allir-
I, Ml .1 II IIIM'U.
GOTTAOV.OPf. ltOOXIS rAllTTA' FUI5
uiHlied, hilitulilo for u iloetor'a olUcc, or
light hoime keeping. Iiuptiro of
10S-tf 27 Alnken St.
AN "KI. WESTMATKR" 11RKUN Up
right I'lano In excellent condition will bo
told cheap. Address, X,
133-tf BrLLKTW Office.
STOKE TO LET, KINO STKEET NEAJl
Fort. Arply 'o
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
Stable Room To Let.
FINE STABLE IIOOII TO LET FKOM
1 tO .'I BtllllH.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
TINE LACK IIOltSE, 1'EIIFECTLY
I sound. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
AI.MA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI. IS TO
Let, fiirnlshcd, together with a beach lot.
inn HEAD OF UEEF CATTLE. FOU
trUU Balo in lots to suit.
143-tl Kalmkit, Kan. Ilftwnli.
COTTAGE TO LET.
MNEWI.Y PAINTED. COTTAOECON
talns jiarlor, two bed rooms, dining
rocm, Kitchen, p.intry and bathroom.
Enqulro I.. ADI.EIt, 13 Nunanu sticet.
A LADY'S DltACELET. OWNElt CAN
linvo snuio by railing at the Huu.ktin office,
00!) King street, nnd pnylng for this ndver
ONLIMIU STKEET. NEW COTTAGE
containing four largo rooms, kitchen and
bath room, largo pardon with stable nnd
conch houhc, possession nt once. Apply to
W. II. PAIN, oa
lCTi-tf C. D. CHASE.
NOTICE 18 HEKKVIYOIYEN THATTHR
iiiulotaigued Uivo tins day founed n part
nership under tho firm tiainu of "Interna
tiomd Iron Works," nnd will contlmio busi
ness at tho old stnnd on Qucou street.
(Signed) F.E. LYN'N,
lO-'i-lw A. l..l'ATTEKSON.
Election of Officers.
AT THE AIMOUItNED ANNUAL MEET
lug oftho Koil.il Srii.MtCoMl'iNV held on
the 2iilh Inxt. at the nlllei" of Calo .t Cooke,
tlio follow lug clllcers were re-elected to cru
lor the ciniuiiig jean
S C Allen President
M 1' KobiiHon Vice Piesidcnt
I 11 Atlieitou Tii'iisiner
V A llowen Sccritiiry
O JI Cooke uditor
The above named olllccr alio conitltutc
the Hoard ol Dim-torn.
W. A. I10WEN,
107-tf See. Kohala Sugar Co.
ON SATL'KDAV EVENIN'li, DEC. 7, 1V.O,
At 7 o'eloek I' M ,
I will nil at my miction romn, a ui Ihr as-
ToVNOfull lll'MTlpllolH, (.'ill-
jiff-, Ungi, l.iU'i' C'lirliihis,
.htp'.ini'se Iwii'Ics, l'urcelain
and Carlos, Lie., Etc.
A FINE USE OK CHINESE SII.K3, l'ON
(JUS AND CHINA WAKE.
lf Tho place will bo beiuiMfully del orat
ed and lighted with elietrlc light. Hicci'Mil
eats for ladles,
"W. S. Luce,
Ghurch : Lawn
fa- A iJsCJL' ju I
A Lawn Party will be glien by the Ladld'
Aid Society of the M. E. Church
to bo held at
H-HH.LELE.fi. -i- LA1SJN
On tho afternoon and evening of Deo, Gth,
A hoop drill will bo givetihy some of Miss
Mnroui's pupils nt 4 p.iu. In tho evening,
instrumental nml vucul luusio. Tiieio will
ho tables for
Flowers, ('undies, Cake nnd
Jen (')eniii, Sandwiches and
Colfie, A1mi,ii JiipuiKhO Jloutli
for teu mid wuftis, lUV'td
A.unt ii.bboy. B. 1'. AGJ5NTS.