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VOL. l. NO. 171.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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THE LIBERALS OF JAPAN.
DIsnMcd ami Pntrlnllc Document-
Kccoutilrc National Itnapotiolblll-
tlc ' ncroaril ly tlio War.
In tho Jnpnn Daily Advertiser,
Yokohama, of November 25 ap
poars tho text of u manifesto of
tho Liboral party which is here
reproduced in full:
Our party has for many yonrs
labored to establish constitutional
government, to stronglhen the
basis of a responsible Cabinet,
and thereby to maintain tho
prestige and dignity of tho Im
perial House, u ml promote tho
happiness of tho pooplo. Years
huvo now olnpsed sinco tho estab
lishment of tho Imperial Diet,
hut tho results dosirod to accrue
from that ovout havo not as yot
been obtainod, and thoro has beon
instead n failure in tho promotion
of certain nationul works most
urgent at tho present mo
ment, and non-com plotion of ar
rangements to proparo the army
und navy for war. The position
of affairs abroad has become more
threatening than ever. Our
country had to go to war with
China in consequonco of tho
Koroan insurrection. Despito the
insufficiency of our financial ro
somcos and tho incomplotoness
of our war preparations, wo woro
happily successful, and wo are
now recognized as a strong Power
among tho nations of tho world.
In consoquenco of this the weight
of our international relations has
beon largely inoroasod, which has
exposed tins Empire to tho dang
ors arising from foroign inter
course. It is a mattor of ur
gency that at prosont tho peoplo
should bo united in ono; that we
should establish a policy -to en
dure for fnturo centuries, and con
duct both homo and foreign affairs
in accordauco with that policy.
Wo ought not to frustrate or im
poril tho futuro of tho Empire in
consoquenco of party conflicts. In
view of those considerations, our
party framed its policy in July
last, made it public and de
clared that we wero prepar
ed toco-operate with any ono who
would ogreo in our views and ap
ply them to tho conduct of nation
al affiirs in tho futuro, inviting
all to join us, no matter whether
thoy were govornmont officials or
privato persons, 60 long as thov
supported our policy. In the bo
lief that tho sincerity of our pa
triotism is established in tho
minds of the public, wo approach
ed those ontrusted with tho direc
tion of tho Government of tho
Empire, informed thom of our
position and consulted with them
as to co-operation. In consider
ation of the requirements ot the
tiiuo thoy expressed sympathy
with our views, consented to adopt
tho popular opinion and showed
thomsol ves disposed to adopt a po
licy that will consummate tho
beauty of tho principle of consti
tutional governiuont and thus
t-trengthon tho foundations of tho
Enipiro. Wo huvo thus found the
present Ministry willing to co
oporato in conducting the affairs
of state, both homo and foroign.
Our party has ugrood to advance
in the sumo lino with the Ministry
and to assist it in directing tho
affairs of tho nation for tho
futuro, in order to facilitate
tho progross of tho Empire. Wo
have taken the load in urging on
tho adoption of the constitutional
systom of government, and
it is our duty to perfect its
operations. Our patriotism has
boon aroused by contemplation of
tho position of affairs nt homo
and abroad at this moment. Wo
havo nothing in viow hut to act in
all things for tho good of our
country. Each man possesses
hi own liberty mil caoh puty
its "wn policy, ami wo are not in
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1895.
tho lo.ist disposed to act in viola
tion of porsonn! liborty or of par
ty polioy. If we havo now ugrood
to co-operate with tho Ministry on
account of our views being in
agreonient, it is because we enter
tain great hopes fur the futuro of
(Soal) Ltni:uL Party.
Accompanying tho manifesto
is a prolix declination endorsing
it by Count Itagnki, lender of tho
Liberal party. Tho paper from
which tho manifesto is quoted
tokos tho Count up on his "shaky
history'- m saying that "the L II
of Napoleon was followed by tho
tyranny of King Oliiulos."
at iiaalele. lawn.
Lnwn Pnrlr "' the I.iullcr. olttie.TIe
Hnaloloo Liwn presents a pretty
appearnnco this aftornoon, adorn
ed as it is with many booths, fligt.
lanterns and streamers, the occa
sion being tho luwn pmty of tho
Ladies' Aid Society. Tho booths
aro constructed of Jupaneso
screons with iltigs overhead to
keep the sun off and aro quito ot
traotive. The cofloe und sandwich booth
is under the charge of Mrs. Webb
and Mrs. Bachollcr, while Mrs.
Waring and Mrs. Higgius have
tho control of tho tables on which
fancy goods aro displayed for
8nlo. Mrs. M. G. Johnston nnd
Mrs. Douse will disponso ico cream
in another booth and the Mjssos
Ripley and Colburn will havo
charge of the snlo of flowers.
At the Japanese booth toa and
wafers will bo served by Mrs. E.
P. Chapih and Miss Adlor, and
tho cups and saucers used don
ated to thoso patronizing it. Mrs.
Turnor and Mrs. Sturdevant aro
in charge of tho candy booth and
Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Gulhighor
have anothor in which nico lem
onade will be sold.
The boautiful afternoon encour
ages tho ladies to expect a largo
attendance nnd proportionately
large receipts. Tho procoeds will
bo devoted to furnishing the pnr
sonago and church noods general
UIIVSIII DK GANSI
So l)e Annnli'koto Toklo ! Jnpanenn
Acrobats Draw Well.
Packed to tho doora was the
novel-looking building nt tho
corner of Merchant and Bichards
6treots yosterday evening. Tom
Evans is offering a rare treat to
tho amusoment lovors of Hono
lulu, in tho shape of somothing of
merit in ontortuinmont. Thoro were
nino numbers on tho program ond
ovory ono of them was good. Tho
troo balancing was most encored,
its novelty causing much aston
ishment to tho audionco, few of
whom had ever seen such an act
Tho difficult feat of rolling a
huge bill up an inalino mid ovor
a "teetor" while st.mdng upon
tho ball without support is wi-11
worth the price of admission. In
fact, -tho whole show is good, and
tho largo number of whito peoplo
present, oach ono of whom left
delighted with the various nets,
will advertise Mr. Evans' enter
prise and bring him a full house
nightly. Changos in program wiJl
he mado from tiiuo to timo.
Tho iialtimoro may boeipoctod
here about next Thursday, having
left Yokohama on tho 30th u It.
Many peoplo wore agreeably
surprised at tho excellence of the
bareback riding in tho cirouB last
Tho pluco to got picturos or to
have pictures framed is unques
tionably at King Bros. Thoy
devoto thoir ontiro attention to
tho art business apd aro prepared
at all times to give tilts ditto satis
faction. Thoir art rooms aro al
ways open for inspoc tin.
THE PAVILION PACKED.
wntrns cntcus mivkv am k.i.
Some KxlilbllloiiK or llurc INjucatrl-
iinlinSupcrb llnro llnrk Itlillnu
Wire Wulkltittbjr Little till I.
Beforo the opouing hour for tho
initial performance of Wirth's
Australian Circus last night, the
sign of "standing room only" had
to bo displayed. Liito applicants
for seats in tho chair soction had
to go without them, and in tho
other section numbors reoliued on
tho ground close to tho riug.
Although theio wero but six
riders in tho ground entree net, it
proved to bo a graceful exhibi
tion. Tho horses wont through
tho quadrillo liko humans, and
two of thom lay down nt coui
mand. Two gymnasts givo a
thrilling trapezo porformnnco,
equul to what might bo seen any
Lahl Sing gavo u splondid ex
hibition of bareback riding, turn
ing somorxuults whilo his homo
was galloping, also miking clean
loaps to his foot ou tho steed's
back from tho ground. Two little
girls gave a pretty performance in
club-swinging, and with a third,
later, mado a .groat hit in song
and dauco "Littlo Alabama
Miss Muriol Wirth, ono of tho
dainty damsels mentionod, ap
parently not moro than six years
old, porformed soma wondorful
foats on a tight wire. She novor
made tho slightost slip in going
through a hoop, picking up a
hundkerohiof, etc. W. Burns give
feats of prodigious strougth in
chin and shouldor balancing. His
balancing of an upright ladder
whilo a Japanese youngster worm
ed in and out through tho rungs
was loudly applauded.
Miss Nellie Lyndhurst gave a
dashing act in riding throo horses,
und lator a performance in pick
ing up a handkerchitjf, lean
ing backward whilo hijr horso
wan galloping, whioh has pro
bably nover been surpassed.
P. H. Montgomery introduced n
trained pony thu't evoked groit
onthusiasm by his apparently
rational exercises. Ho und Miss
Ida Vornon did somo posing on
horseback which was highly
artistic, tho strength displuyed
by tho man in raising his fair
companion being remarkablo.
Acrubatics by tho full company
woro very creditable, ono of tho
littlo Misses boing as god ns any
The comic elemonts of tho cir
cus aro woll up to tho mark. Al
though the clown's jokos wore in
many cisos woll ndvuuced bo
youd tho copyright atago, thoy
woro delivorcd in an original and
distinct stylo, so that thoy novor
failed to mnko tho canvas shako
with the wavfH of mirth.
Many other foaturos of the
show not montioncd in this
thisropoit wero highly pleasura
ble. On tho whole Wirth's circus
is a clean and meritorious exhibi
tion, and iu more than tho con
ventional sonso is dovoid of any
thing that can oifoud tho most
fastidious. For a fow hours sur
cease from curking euro tako in
CornwelFs horso, Billy 0., will
tako part in tho ruoos at Kapio
lani purk op Now Year's day.
Charles David and his assistants
havo got iho track in excellent
shupo and it will be still further
improvod by constant rolling.
Entrios for the races will clo?o ou
tho 15th, and thore should be a
good Btring of' thom. Tho track
will bo rt-Horved hir bicyclists on
Monday,. Wednesday and Satur
1NCRKANKD ACTIVITY NOTRD,
In All Department!, ol'the Y. M. CJ. A.
The various roports presontod
to tho Board of Diroctora of tho
Young Meu's Christian Associa
tion for tho month oi November
show increased activity in all tho
mini fold departments carried on
by the association.
Tho troosurer's report shows
tho total rocoipts for Novombor
from till sonrcos to havo been
$109-1.15 and tho expenditures
1005.42. B.dance on hind S28.73.
The average attendance at tho
gymnasium in tho young men's
class was 13: bnsinoss men. fi:
junior class, 20; boys, 31; working
uoys, is. xnero was a total oi .JJ
classes held and an attendance of
Tho report of the Devotional
committee shows that four Sun
day evening services woro hold at
tho hall and three at Oahu jail.
Tim average attendance at tho
former was 117 and at the lattor
85. Sixty-threo mcotings woro
hold by Mr. Yatmnn, attended
by a total of 8920 pooplo.
Fifteen now members joinod
tho Association durinc tho month
and positions woro obtainod for
five young mon out of employ
ment. The Library Committee report
ed that 59 books had boon in cir
culation during tho month.
Tho evening clusses uro report
ed as flourishing, as are all tho
THE WILLI! KECEPTIO
In Honor of Comul-General and Mr.
Between two and threo hundred
of Honolulu's society peoplo at
tended tho reception given by
Ministor and Mrs. Willis to Con-sul-Genoral
Mills and his brido
Mrs. "Willis was assisted in receiv
ing tho guests by Miss Kato Field
and fourtoon young ladies who
are prominent in looiety circles.
Tho reception rooms uoro boau
tifully deooratvd with flowers and
plants, and light rofroshmontt
woro sorvod during tho ufternoon.
The toilets of tho ladies wero
most charming and Mrs. Willis's
reputation as a hostess is an as
surance that the recoption waa a
success in ovcry rospoot.
Tomorrow's issue of this wookly
will be a groat improvement on
many provious isauos. Jack do
Ripper hns roturned to his old
stamping ground with some very
good local rhymes. Oxymel has
an illustrated poem und the tules
of tho Soda Wutor Club ure rotold
by ono of tho mombers. Tho
monthly Hawaiian is dusted a lit
tlo and the N. G. 11. is mentioned
to tho extout of a half pago. So
cial items of intorost havo tho
usual space, and a page is devoted
to an illustrated poem commem
orative of tho raising of tho new
flag on tho Pacific Tennis Club's
Clarence M. Walton of Pallida,
K.ui, wasndmitted to membership
in tho society of Tho Sous of tho
American ltovolution today. Mr.
WuHoii'h p.ittiotic ancestor was
I'-dmuud Monroe, a cuptuin in
Colonel Bigolow's regiment at tho
battles of iionninglon and Sara
toga, und wnb killed iu active ser
vice in 1778.
W. W. Bnd H. Dimond havo
tronfforml their inteiost in tho
Watorhoueo ostate at Pean City
poninsula to Henry Waterhouso,
who now becomes sole owner of
Arthur Harris will bo tr.ed to
morrow on the charge of wilfully
disturbing public worship.
Subsotiho f r tho lCwwxo 1 ui.-I.UTIV
PRICE 5 CENTS.
AT THE KILOHANA ROOMS.
PCATUIICS OI' ITICSICALE GIVEN
A Pnaliloimhlii mid .Select Audlouee
Promt ami Who Compoacd K
Tho AITnlr Siii-co.
Every sent in tho neat littlo
hall which is tho present head
quarter of tho Kilohuiia Art
LiBttguo was occuped last evening
on tlio occasion of tho fir&t music
ale given by tho socioty this seo
sjii. Tho stigo had beon taste
fully dec mitod by tho Mossrs.
Unit, Nolto and othcA and pre
sented an nttractivo and artistic
In tho first boloction of the pro
gram Dr. Day was unavoidably
absent but tho skill of Mr. A. H.
Isonherg on the violin and Pro
fessor Berger on the piano was
fully shown in tho concerted"
number in which he was to
have taken part, and loud
npplauso followed their efforts.
Miss Axtoll's vocal solo, "Tho
Wandoror," was sung in hor usual
excellent stylo and us nn encoro
sho gave n charming littlo ballad,
which was by many considered
tho gem of tho ovoning.
Miss McGrow's skill on that
most difficult of all instruments
the violin -is so woll known that
it is sufficient to say that her
rendition of tho solo "Beverio"
waB up to her usual high stan
dard. Sho was accompanied on
tho piano by Profossor llerold,and
declined an onenro.
Tho piano solos of Miss Carrie
Custlo and Miss Greono woro well
rendered nnd tho program
throughout was most oxcollent.
It is givon below:
1 Concerted number. . ... .Selected
Dr Dny, A U Ibeuborg nnd 1'rof
2 Vocal duct. . . .Two Timcim Folk 8one
MIbh McUrew and Miss Iliohards.
3 Pinno nolo
I ti) "Ilnppy Wanderer" Jcuso
I (6) "Tarantella" A D Unwell
Vocal nolo "The Wanderer" .. Schubert
5 Violin solo 'Koverie" C Dancla
0 Vocal solo "Slnco First I Met Theo"
7 l'iatio boIo Selected Chaminiulo
Miss MO Greene.
8 Vocal trio Solccted
Miss McGrew, Miss Richards and
Prominent among tho audience
wero President and Mrs. Dolo,
Miss Kate Field, Dr. and Mrs.
Myers, Dr. and Mrs. Hyde, Prof.
Bichards, Mrs. Paul Noumann,
H. Focko, Prof. Borold, Mrs. C.
W. Day. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A.
Schaofer, Miss Schaofor, Miss
Gran, Miss Robertson, Prof.
Scott, C. Bolte, Prof. Aloxnndor,
Miss Crano.Mr. and Mrs.Gr.iham,
MrH. TllnL-nr. I'lvif mill Afro
Dodgo, Mr and Mis. W. W. Hall,"
Dr. C. II Cooper, Dr. Murray, D.
U. INtclioock, Dr. Rodgors, Mrs.
Dr. Mi Grow, Mr and Mr. King,
Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Dillingham,
.Major rotter, Mr. and Mrs. V n
Holt, Mr RiynohN.Mr. and Mis6
Wray Taylor has decided to 1
givo his uiiuu.il tiitertaiuinout for
the lepers' merry Christmas it
Kaumukapili church on Saturday
evening, Doceinbor Mth. Admis-
sinu will ho 50 oonts, and among
tiiose wno will tako part aro Miss
Kate Field, Mis Alice Rico, tho
pianist; Miss lngersoll, of Ala
moda, a violinist, who is on her
way to tho islands, Armstrong
Smith's hundboll ringers, tho
1'aoifio Lawn Tennis Gleo Club
and u nuinbor of other locul artists
Anothor big omsgnmout of
Soattlx B or nn tup at tnat popu
xr lusut, theOtiteiiou.