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VOL. 1. NO. 178.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1895.
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"Six years ago, I had an alt ark of
Indigestion and Liver Complaint
that lasted for weeks ; I was unable
to do any hard work, had no appe.
tlte, food distressed nie, and I Mif.
fered much from headache. My
skin was sallow and sleep did not
refresh me. I tried several reme
dies and consulted a doctor, with
out obtaining any relief; finally,
ono of my customers recommended
Ayer's Sarsaparllla. It helped mo
from tho first, In fact, after taking
six bottles I was completely cured,
and could eat anything and sleep
like, a child." '
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NEW YEAR'S HORSE RACES
AKitAMJu-iiiiNrs ii:ui'i:ori.NG i'oii
a ni)(::isim)i, .ui:i:tinu.
IJtorilorcii that ?Inv br i:eelrd
Speedy Hn- from (lie
Cbas. David and John Gibson
nro doing good woik outut Knpio
lani Park, putting track, stables
and accessories in ordor for the
races iocomo off on Now Year's
day. Tho horses aro being train
ed and exercised daily, and under
the caroful supervision of Mr.
David their good points aro boing
brought out strongly.
Mr. David is ontitlcd to much
credit for his efforts to muko the
coming ovont u success. He has
tnkon a great deal of responsibility
upon his shoulders and put money
out of bis own pocket, and be
guarantees an inteiostiug day
lor lovers of racing. Ho is an old
horse trainer and has bandied
horsi-s in Hawnif for Macfarlano,
Hollingor, Schumann aud othor
horsomon of uoto. His ability
has boon plainly demonstrated by
his driving in former races.
Horses may bo ontored for tho
January ovont up to midnight of
Decembor 23. Tho following ani
mals will probably appoar on tho
track Now Year's:
Trottors: Lottie L., brown
mare, ownod by John Holt, exhi
bited on July 4th and outorod in
JOE DANIELS Jit.
Tootsie, bay morn, aijed, owned
by Jamos R, Holt, Jr., lately im
ported by John Gibson. Has no
record but bas undoninbly fine
points; also in 2:40 class.
Dark brown maro, no nnrao,
aged, no record. Sho is a Hawai
ian bred animal and very pro
mising, belongs in three minuto
O. W. Macfarlone's bay stal
lion, unnamed; sired by Marino,
Hawaiian bred and, a remarkably
T,. Hollinger's sorrdl mare.
Anothor Hawaiian, a dauohtor ol
Boswell Junior. First - rato
spocunon of horseflesh.
Glia Salininnnn'anlinafnrit. mum
by Muriuo, originally owned by
u. o. waiKor.
Mr. Carlson, of Knhuku, lins a
cbostuut golding which won a
rnco at Wuinlun last Christrans.
ThiB horse will probably come in
to trot noxt month.
Jim Quinn's old roliablo "290"
will onter and will bo driven by
Mr. Quinn. Tho boys Hay thoy
.bopo Jamos won't fool 'em by
allowing bis animal to do
volop an abnormal amount of
speed und win all tho racos.
Among tho runnors aro :
Yunuoo, dark brown gelding by
Shonaudouh ; dum, a Stanford
maro. Ho is four yoars old, a
speedy galoper, and in all prob
ability will mako tho opponents
put in tlioir best licks to beat
Rainbow, throo year old bay
golding, beautiful horse, Biro She
nandoah, dam Fashion, picture of
Joo Daniels, Jr., son of JooD.,
mothor unknown. This borso is
young, mottlosomn, and bai u
record. Ho is ownod by Kapu
Brothers and on tho Waiuhiu
trunk boat tho Kahukii Bov. Ki-
nau and many others.
In Charles Davis' stablo wo
find Knuiolminoha, groy Btallion,
anothor Shonandoah colt, out of
Eva. Ho is four yearn old.
Weathor iiorraittiug tho ncos
will rocoio a largo patronuge.
IlccUlon on OnrnUlieo Injiinrllnii
In Si'Mirnllli Cunt.
Judgo Whiting has rendered a
(tiooiRion in u. .. uyrno vs. Align
and others, und A. Peek, gar
nishee. It is on a question sub
mitted as to wbother funds in tlio
hands of A. Feok, garnishee, are
to bo held subject to tho clnim of
tbo plaintiff or are to bo surrend
ered to J. M. Martin, a receiver of
tho principal dofondants' pronorty
and assets, appointed by the Sup
reme Court of tbo Stnto of Wash
ington. "Uy comity a receiver nppoiutod
by a court of a foreign country
may appear in our courts and
assort his rights and claims," de
cides tho court, "but in this enso
I am not satisfied that tho claim
of tho recoiver is superior to that
of tho plaintiff, who has obtained
an attachment by garnishment of
tbo funds in dispute" Tho court
concludes, "Tho garnishment
must bold nnd tho fund in A.
Fuok's hands be held to abidu tho
final action in tho cr.se." Hurt-
woll for plaintiff; Dickoy and
Hatch for rocoivor.
Judgo Magoou has approved
tho accounts of V. F. Allen as
administrator of tho ostato of
"Win. A. Aldrich, but dotorrod his
dischargo for two months.
Kinnoy and Bnllou, attornoys
for pluiutiff, in J. F. Uackfold,
nssicnoo. vs. Ludoviko, havo filed
a motion to disallow aud dismiss
defendant's bill of exceptions.
C. W. Booth, trustee, baB filed
nn answer to tho bill of P. H. and
Kapola Kalian, in which ho clonics
that the instrument in question
was a inortgngo nnd not n deod
Humphreys is tolicitor for de
fendant. In tho mnttor of n petition for
sonnration brought bv Eliza
beth Farroll vs. John William
Farroll, a temporary injunction
has been urantcd by Judge Ma-
goon to restrain High it Pratt,
owners of tho Entorpriso Mill,
from paying tho .respondent $250
wages coming duo to him on De
cember 10. He has also ordered
respondent to pay into court tho
sum of 100 for use of tho wife
nnd son, also $25 alimony, $50
counsel fees and tho costs of court,
tho money in tho hands of tho
Entorpriso Mill being seqnostored
to meet these payments. Kinnoy
forplaintiffj.no appearance of or
Chu Sam, storekeeper at Kai
lun, Kona, Hawaii, was yesterday
adjudgod bankrupt by Judge Ma
goon, and Friday tho 20th inot.
ivns fbed for proof of claims and
appointmont of an assignoe.
A bill iu equity for accounting
was filed this morning by John
Honry against James Carty, for
wages runuing over a period of
nearly fivo years. Noiiinitnu and
Groighton aro attornoys for tho
A NlunlUcniit Ittiuriurc.
With tho departure of anothor
year whou a review ismudo of tho
condition of nil'.urs, it is only
right that somo thought bo given
to the physical body whioh en
ables ovoryono to battlo with life's
problem nnd figure for themsolves
tho profit or loss on tho trial ba
lance sheet. Though tho bank
account may bo lurge and each
ono's material gam bo great, it
would not bo surprising if it sud
denly dnwns upon many that
good health bas boon greatly im
poverished by tho low condition
of the blood. It ia in this state
that tho lactic acid in tho vital
fluid ottaoks tho fibrous tissues,
particularly the joints, making
known tho local manifestations of
rheumatism. Thousands of poo
pie huvo found in Hood's Snrsa
parilla tho groat blood punfiir. a
positivo and pcrinauont euro for
Vancouver vn:A.m:us h;noiu:i
uy ni:v zi;land.
S.in I'rimiNci) IMntlerliii: HiTiflron a
M lump illy nl'.Mull Sen h mill
11 nt Sul. Idle.
The Sau Francisco Call of Nov
ember 25th has tho following in
regard to the futuro of the Cana
dian Pacific line of stoamors. run
ning from Vancouver to Sydnoy,
which is givou for what it is
"Tho chances aro that tbo
steamers now running betwoon
Vancouver and Australia will bo
withdrawn in the near future.
For somo months pust tbo ownors
of tho lino havo been trying to
soauro n subsidy of $150,000 n
yoar from tho Now Zealand Gov
ernment, but as that schomo has
failed the Oceanic Stoamship
Company still rotnins its supre
macy, and San Fraucisco will con
tinmvto bo tho tormin.il for Aus
tralian travel on this sido oftlo
"According to tho torms sub
mitted by the Canadian Pacific
people tho contractors were to
havo the option of making either
Wellington or Auckland the port
of call in the colony, or make
oithor tho torminal port. In case
thoy mndo ono of tho Australian
ports tho torminal, the subsidy
was to bo only .20,000 per an
num, but if either of tho above
named ports was inado tho ter
minal, tho subsidy was to beX30,
000 por annum.
"The voyage was not to exceed
twonty-two days, and X30 por dy
was to bo paid every day ovor
and nbovo that poriod. Tho con
tract was to take effect aftor tho
expiration of eight months from
the date of thoagroomont, nnd tbo
first steamship was to leave New
Zealand not later than the 1st of
"Tho stoamships wevo to bo of
a gross ton n ago of 3300 tons, to
havo triplo oxpansiou maohino
ry, rofrigorators capable of carry
ing not loss than 11,000 carcassos
of mutton, or an insulated cubic
capacity of 20,000 feet for cold
storage, accommodation for 130
passongers and to bo fitted with
tho olectric light and all othor
comforts and convonionces.
"Tlio contractors wero to havo
the option of calling both nt Suva
and Honolulu, and the usual pro
visions wero included respecting
the carriage of mails. Tho con
tract was to bo in foroo for a po
liod of ton yenrs.
"It was also part of tho agroo
rannt that tbo contract was sub
ject to a provision that on no
stoamship carrying mails should
colorod labor iu tho pay of tho
contractors bo employed.
"Jamos H. Huddart, ono of the
ownors of tho Miowera and "War
rimoo, ma do a strong fight for tho
contract, but tho agents of tho
Alamoda, Mariposa and Monowai
kept close on his truil. In ennso
quonco tho latter vessels still lly
tho mail Hag and San Francisco
will continue to handle tbo bulk
of tho Australian travol.
"Tho owners of tho Ocoanic
Steamship lino nro willing to im
prove tho service between hero
and Sydnoy just as soon as the
Governments of Hnwaii, Samoa,
Now Zealand and New South
Wules signify their wish for extru
steamors. Of course, tho subsidy
will havo to bo increased in order
to moot tho incroasod service,"
At the office of Tlioo. II. Davies
&. Co., tho looul agents of tho line,
nothing whatever is known in ro
gurd to tho above, which may ho
characterized as " uowspapor
talk" of tho usual San Frauoisco
variety. As tbo laststoamcr from
Vancouver left ovor 500 touH of
freight on the dock which it wus
unable to find room for, and tho
line bus built up a largo aud
lucrativo business, it is not likely
that tho Miowera and Warrimoo
will bo taken oil'. If Now Zea
land doos not want to pay for tho
extra mail s-rvicc which would ho
gained by these steamors calling
at Auckland on ovory trip, the
stoamship lino nppears to bo
abundantly ablo to got along
without its patrnnago. especially
as its Canadian subsidy if $100.
000 per yoar has snvoral years yet
1 1 run.
With tho aid of subsidies from
Now Zealand nnd somo of tho
Australian cdonies, tho present
excellent servico of tho Canadian
Pacific lino would havo boon a
bi-weokly ono, but if that aid is
withhold it will probably remain
as it is, until tho natural increaso
of its alroady largo businoss ne
cessitates the addition of newor
and faster vessols.
AN IMPOSING FUNERAL.
tiii: un.tiAiNs or justice hick-
HILTON' LAID AT ItKHT.
'Hid I'riccliu nit Sent From tlio
lliillrllii onirP'-I.nruc Conrouro
of .Hournliiir I'rloiidn.
Tho present stormy weather
sadly interfered with tho funeral
arranomonts of tho late Justico
Bickorlon yesterday afternoon
and prevoutod many of thoso who
would othonviso havo nttendod
from being presont. The arrange
ments mudo by Minister Cooper
and Major Potter on behalf of tbo
govornmont wero strictly carriod
out, bowevor, in spito of tbo rain.
At 2 o'clock a short religious
service w..s bold at tbo Waikiki
rosidenco of the decoased by Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, at which tho re
latives and principal mourners
wore present. Tho romnins wero
then placod in tho hearse and
followed by tho pill-boarors and
mourners in carriages tho cortege
proceodod to tho Judiciary build
ing. Hero tho funornl procossion
proper was formed and a fow
minutes afterwards was on tho
wny to tho cemotory by way of
King, Fort, School nnd Nuuanu
A squad of six mounted police
under Captain Cooko cl oared tho
road of obstructions, nnd was fol
lowod by a platoon of police on
foot and in full uniform uudor
Captain Parker's command. Thon
cauio tho Hawaiian band of
twonty-four mombors und two
drummors from tho army, followed
by detachmouts of thirty-two men
each from Companies E and F,
under Captains Good and Zieglor.
Undertaker Williams and Rev.
Alex. Mnokintosh, tho officiating
clergyman, came next and after
Uiein the heurso containing all
that wus earthly of tho deceased
jurist. Tho pall-bonrers, Judge
W A Whiting, Judgo J A Magoou,
ASHartwoll, Cecil Brown, Henry
Smith, S K Kano, F A Schaefer,
W F Allen. H A Widomann, A
W Carter, Ministor Coopor aud L
A Thurston in carriages followed.
Thon camo President Dole, at
tonded by Colonel Sopor as chief
aido, Chief Justice Judd and As
sociate Justico Froar, followed by
nearly all tho. mombors of tlio bar
of tho city, tho olorks of the Sui
romo d;urt und all the attaches
thoroof, togethor with Judges
I'orry nnd Wilcox of tho District
Court. A long lino of carriages
containing friends of tbo docouaod
brought up tho roar.
At tbo comotory the services
were brief owing to tho rain and
the last sad ritt-s were soon ovor.
Tups woro Bounded uud the lotig
conoourso of mourners returned to
Bishop Gulstau will dedicate
two new ohurches on Hawaii next
A BURGLARY LAST NIGHT,
ciiimkm: riKAit vroui: iseioki:n
oi'EN ami i,ooti:i.
Tlio Itiirstnryorriir Vt ltliln M2it of
Ihc I'oIIcl- Million lsnr Worlli
I'url) Doll. ir Stolon.
It was only last Sunday night
that the Hul lister Sod.i Works
wero broken into nnd some to
bacco stolon and a case of soda
paokod out into tho lumber yard
and drank up. A similar occur
rence happened last night within
one block of tho police station
and no ono appoars to know any
thing about it.
On tho corner of Bothei and
King street, on tho opposite sido
of Bothei street from Castle it
Cooko's store, thore nsod to stand
a small iron shanty used as tho
ofiico of tho 113 hackstind. About
a wook ago this wis enlarged and
fitted up nH a cigar stand, of which
a little Chinese boy formorly in
tho employ of Kam" Tai on Hotel
street was tho nominal proprietor.
Ho spoke good English and was
quick, obliging and intelligent
and built up quite a little trade
in tho fow days ho had kept store
on his own account. When ho
wont home last night ho lockod
his store doors by moans of a pad
lock. Tho door was a doublo ono
mado of two pieces of 12-inch
boards with tho padlock and hasp
in tho contor. When tbo boy
came round this morning bo found
ins store wide opon ana tho door
loaning against the Bethol shoot
sido of tho building. Somo one
had insortod n jimmy or pioce of
iron at tho hingos nnd torn tho
doors out bodily. Onco inside
the burglars looted tho store, tak
ing everything cf valuo nnd leav
ing only empty cigar boxes and
a fow cigarettes. Tho owner
thinks ho is in hard luck or, as
ho oppresses himself, "Very hard
times. Mo work long timo vory
hard. Savo overy cent. Bimeby
start little cigar storo. Bad man
bluko him open. Me lose forty
At what hour of tho night all
this happened is unknown. From
tho front steps of the polico sta
tion tho doors that wero broken
last night aro in plain view and
tho olootric light outside tho sta
tion house sheds its rays directly
on tho building.
NEWN Ol' TIIK VOLCANO.
Tlirro Warn n Smnll Plow of I.uvn III
a Corner of Hie I'll.
By tho Hull, as wnB oxpectod,
news is rocoived of u fresh out
broak of tho Volcano, although as
yet it is not very extensive. Tho
shocks of earthquake which oc
curred last Sunday night wero
felt nt the Volcano but only vory
lightly. Saturday night there was
considerable disturbance and great
noise iu tho big pit uud ou Sunday
ovening a small flow of lava mado
its appoumnco in ouo cornor,
which cmitiuucd until' Thursday
when it disappeared.
HuiVMllnn Hardware Coliljunj.
Ill this issue tho Hawaiian
Hardwaro Company calls atten
tion to a few of the urticles thoy
havo just recoived and placod on
ealo for the holiday trade. Thoy
compriso novelties in solid silvor
mid aluminum, handuome jewel
cases, wutor pitohors, tilting uud
otherwise, pookot flasks iu new
atyl' b, und a thousand and ono
useful nrtiolos to suit any purse
Tho Bulletin can only roiturato
thoudvio" given iu tho advortiso
motit. winch is to call undoxnuiino
tneir st ok.
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