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EVENING BULLETIN, .TANUAKY 9. 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Zimlooh tonight at 8
Qaeolino for stovouso $3.25 por
oaso at King Bros.
Subaoribp for tho Evening
Bulletin, 75 centB pur mouth.
Templar, meots this ovening.
Among tho imports by tho Ma
riposa today rvoro 200 oases of
Tho Hawaiian band plnys at
Thomas equaro this aftornoon lit
Presidont Dolo will bo tho guest
of Samuel Parker during part of
his visit to Hawaii.
Ceoil Browu has boon appoint
ed recoivor of tho Club Stables
Company by Judgo Whiting.
Miss H. E. Matthews and Miss
Annio Tucker wro passengers by
the Mariposn for this poit.
S. Both has an ntdor to make
two now gowns of office for JusjHcoh
of llio Supremo Court.
Tho monthly n etiug of tho
Young Men's Christian Associa
tion tukes place tonight nt 7:30
A railing has boon erected in
the main courtroom, to Beparato
the public from tho space occu
pied by tho court.
Tho larceny charge against
Kalakahuna hus boon suspondod
until moved on by tho prosecu
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dental
oflico Cottago No. 100, Aliikon
stroet, telephone No. 615. Oflico
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tho second battalion, composed
of D, F, G and H eompanios, will
drill tomorrow night undor com
mand of Major Jones.
One hundred and sixty-throo
pupils have beon enrolled in tho
night school, and Leslio Scott
has bcon appointod an additional
ProfoRsor Zamloch makes his
second appoiranco at Y. M. O. A.
hall this ovening with nn oniiroly
now program of magical and
On and after Monday noon,
January 13th, all publio time
pieces undor tho Interior Depart
ment will bo set in accordance
with Hawaiian standard time.
Union square was lively yester
, day aftornoon with tho band con
cort at tho Executive building,
riot and streot drill by the regu
lars and ladies' day at tho tennis
Hon. H. M. Nelson, Premier of
the Queensland Government; Hon.
T. J. Byrnes, Attorney-Uonoral;
and Hon. R Philp, Minister of
Mines; arrived on tho Mariposa
Eke Mikalimi will board with
Jailor Low for tho next six months
to come. Eke broke into a trunk
which did not belong to him and
stole a pair of mitts valued at 75
Tho new constitution of the Ha
waiian Tennis Association is r$ady
for ratification and a meeting of
tho mombers is to bo held for tho
purposo this afternoon at 4:30 at
tho oflico of tho Safe Deposit
Chos. D. Miller will bo succeed
ed in tho managomont of tho Ha
waiian Coffee and Tea Company
by William G. Wait. Mr. Miller
will tuko tho management of tho
Kaumalumalu Coffee Company, of
which ho is a largo stookholdor.
A drunkon Portuguese, driving
a wagon in which was a big pig
tied up in an uncomfortable manner,
was arrested yestorday afternoon.
An additional ohargo of oruelty
to animals will probably bo en
terod against him.
City Ourriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horse and caro
ful drivor ring up Telephone 113,
I corner of Fort and Merchant
streets' Haok at all hours.
Purser Howott of tho Keauhon
is willing to accept the bet of
George Beokley. pursor of the
Kinau, for $1000 for a match raco
botweon their respective stoamera
to Lahaina, und now it is a oano
of put up or shut up.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ mokor and tuner, cat
furnish best factory references.
Ordros left at Hawaiiun News Co.
will recoive prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to be tho same
as dono in factory.
Company A will oulobrato the
17th with a pionio at Man on.
The regular monthly mooting
of tho Y. M. C. A. Ukos place this
evening at 7:30.
Minister King, W. E. Kowoll
and G. P. Wilder wont to Maui
yesterday on tho Lkohko.
Tno Loilani Boat Club met at
tho hotel last night and transact
ed routine business.
Loo Fat will bo tried on tho
11th for having chu-fa tiokots in
Tho band playud tho Mariposa
off at noon but the attondanco on
tho wharf was very limited.
Major W. Soward was a passen
ger for Son Frauoisco by tho
Mariposa; also Mrs. M. E. Walker.
A number of merohants had to
hurry thoir corrospondonco on ac
count of tho early arrival and do
pa rturo of tho Muriposa.
Miss Hnlon Duuvray, the well-
known actress,and her sister.Mrs.
Keith, left for San Francisco by
Tho opium poized on tho Hen
rietta is to be burned, and tho
dobris put into tho garbage scow
and dumped in the son.
C. R. MoVoigh, who has re
cently purchasod I'atorson &
Lynn's foundry business, loft on
tho Marinosa today for a short
Whatever difference of opinion
exists as to tho morits of tho
horses participating in yesterday's
raoo will probably bo sottled on
tho 17th, as both horses with two
others are entered in tho 3 minute
Insurance flompniilca Not Ltublo for
A docision hus oeen rendered
by tho. Supreme Court which
was propared by Chiof Justice
Judd, upon the cases entitled:
"Z S Spalding vs Tho Alliance
Marino and General Assuranco
"Z S Spalding vs Tho Sun In
"In the matter of tho Hawaiian
"The Alliance Marino and Gon
eral Assurance Company, Limit
ed, and tho Sun lusurancc Com
pany, vs. Z. S, Spalding, mort
gagee, and O. V. Uudoit, owner.''
The deoision rovorsos tho de
cree of the Circuit Court appeal
ed from, which givo judgment to
the libellant, Spalding, for tho
amount of insurance and
costs, and declared that the
insuranco companies were
entitled to tho prooeods of the
sale of the vessel. Judgment is
ordered by the Supremo Court for
tho insurers, tho amount of which
iB referred to the Clerk of tho
Court for computation and report.
Tho libels of the insured against
tho insuranco companies aro dis
missed. The steamer Waimanalo was
stranded on a reef off Keawanui,
Island of Oahu, us tho rosult of un
accident to her maohinery. She
was abaudonod by her master
and owner to tho insurers, who
recovered and repaired hor at a
cost less tha'n half hor agreed va
lue. Tho insurers tendered hor
to tho owner and demand tho pay
ment of thoir espouses upon
hor. This was refused. The
insuranco was against total loss.
Tho master did not tuko adequuto
means, tho Courts finds, to ascer
tain tho probabilities of hor be
coming a total loss, nor did ho
make any onorgetio efforts to re
cover tho vessol, as required by
tho terms of tho policies.
Although tho Court finds that
tho fact proved that tho vessol
was recovered is not tho "best
evidonco," yet it is ovidence that
it was practicable to recover and
repair her. Undor tho polioits
it was tho mastor's duty to do his
utmost to savo tho vessel, and
failing to this tho abandonment
was not justified.
Tho cost of recovery and repair
not exceeding half tho agreed val
uo of tho vessel, tho Sun Insur
anco Co. is not liablo under its
polioy, while tho AHianco Co. is
not liablo undor its polioy, tho
cost not exceeding tho valuo of
Boaidos tho Chief Justice tho
deoision is signed by Juatico
Frear and Circuit Judgo Coopor,
tho last sitting in plaoo of Justice
Biokorton, then absent from his
Hatch for the insured; Thurs
ton andNoumanu for thoinsurors.
Highest oflall in Leavonihg Powsr. Latest tS. Gov't Eoport.
THE HOUSE RACE.
Editoii Evening Bulletin: I
notico in this morning's P. 0.
A. an account of tho race botwoon
Judah and Sulvutor yostorduy
afternoon, in which It is staled
that there wus no official time
taken, as tho owners of tho homea
do not want them to got any re
cord. un an uuo lospectio Until
ownors and judges, 1 olnim that
both hoisos have what is known
as a "bar 'iigniiiit thoin and can
not outer the thrto minute c'uts
in this country. This r.ico was
made for n pureo of 500 and whs
to bo govorned by tho rules of tin
Hawaiian Jockoy Club. Thore is
nothing in said rulos which covois
this partioulur point about time
and records. Tho point is being
discussed by local housemen and
Honolulu sports in general. Con
sequently wo look olsewhoro for
means to decidu this point.
Tho National Trotting Associ i
tion Utiles, which are a standard
authority, huvo a rule which in
my opinion covers this particular
point. Rule 43, sictiou 2, roads:
"Time, whether taken at fairs or
on any track, whelhor short or
not, Bhall bo known as a 'bar aud
shall constitute a 'bar' tho same
as if regularly mado over a track
that was full measurement."
Section 4. "Timo heretofore
mado on non-association traoks
ahull bo 'record' or 'bars' the
same as if mado on our associa
It is evident to me that tho
point at isbuo is fully oxplaiuod
in the ubovo rulos. Tho time
taken at yesterday's race, whether
taken officially or not, will cer
tainly provo u "bar" against
oithor of tho horses entering the
threo-minuto class in any future
contoBt. Tho point at issue is un
important one, and I havo quoted
tho ubovo rules for the benefit of
local horsomon and sports in gen
eral. All bots made yostorduy on
tho time made by either horso
should cortainly be decided on the
Honolulu, Jan. 9, 1896.
Tho Henrietta Coutloiuiiod,
Judge Whiting rendered his de
cision this aftornoon, condemning
tho sohoonor Honriotta, with all
her tackle, stores, etc,
Cabinet OlHelnli I'rom Queensland on
u I'Jenkuro Tour,
Among tho arrivals by the
Mariposa this morning were
Hon. H. M. Nelson, Premier of
tho Colony of Queensland;
Hon. J. J. Byrnes, Attorney-General,
and Hon. R. Philp, Minister
of Mines. Theso gentlemen have
beon visiting tho principal points
of interest in the city and wore
seen by tho Bulletin reporter at
the Hawaiian Hotel at rJoon.
Speaking for tho party Mr.
Nelson said they wore horo sim
ply on a pleasuro trip and that
thoir visit had no politioal signi
ficance whatevor. Thoy will leave
for tho Volcano by the Kinau to
morrow and aro vory much pleased
to hoar of its activity.
Questioned as to the cablo pros
pects Mr. Nelson said that a cublo
would suroly bo laid before long,
but did not commit himself as
to which of tho companios in tho
field was backed by tho Queens
Tho party will return to Queens
land by the steamer Warrimoo in
Captain Parker caught two do
sorters from tho Baltimore this
morning and throo other police
men ono eaoh, theroby securing
tho $10 standing roward offered
by tho United States for oach
man returned. Ono of those
captured was a marino who hud a
good timo with Hawkins' horso
and buggy last night. Ho set
tled all damages to tho satisfac
tion of Mr. Hawkins this morning.
Wtrth's Circus la Illl.
The llita Tribune says that
Wirth's circus met with a most
onthusia8tio recaption and that
tho canvas was pucKod at each
performance. Editorially tho Tri
bune remarks that it is tho only
show which, in their oxporienco,
has more than fulfilled all tho
promises of their program. Mr.
Cairn ron nays that tho tont cov
ered more people than it ever has
bo'oro xmco it wan mude.
S;iuciul mention was mado of
tho oxcollenoo of tho numbors
rendered by Nellio Lyndhurst,
Ida Vernon, Katie Montgomery,
lilsio St Loou aud Little Muriel
Wirth; Wilfred Burns, St. Leon,
Alberto and Hayos, and Kaohail,
tho J ivandse, uio complimentod
highly, us aro iiIro Luhl Sing and
Tho troupo is now playing at
Wailuku and Kahului and will re
turn hero on Suuduy noxt, on
routo for Kauai.
Entertain it Prince.
Consul F. A. Schaefer ontor
t lined tho Duko de Abruzzi, Cap
tain Bortoliui and other officorsof
tho Italian cr liser at dinner last
evening. This morning the princo
was escorted to tho Pali and
I'unohbowl and on returning will
lunch at Mr. Snhaofer's whoro a
number of prominont pooplo havo
been invited to meet the visitors
from sunny It'ily.
The Great Wondor I
With Btitlre Change nt Program.
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Will bo given (or tho Lenefit of
LADIES and CHILDREN
Who cannot attend in the evening.
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rn 'ifL T I10 uo for,S2.S0 dozen is ah oxtra sizo Towi-1, mid worth n ood deil more".
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Part of the City FREE,
iIsland Orders Solicited,
EAST CORNER JfORT
Dec. 31, 1893, 1 white horse branded T E un
left hind leg.
Jan. 7, IS96, 1 'White horse branded (x) In
Chinese character on left hind leg.
Jan. 8, 1 sorrel horso, no brand, white spot
on forehead, also on the chin, all legs shod.
Jan. 8, 1890, I black horse, no brand, white
snot on forehead, all lees shod.
Jan. 8, 1890, 1 cream colored mare, branded
in (jnincso character on ri'iil uinu leg, wane
spot on forehead, all legs white, and also are
Jan. U, 1890. 1 bay horse,brandcd In Chinese
character, white spot on forehead, whlto right
All persons are hereby notified, who havo
any claim on tho above-mentioned anlmals.to
present the same within tho specified time al
lowed by law, falling whlcn tlicy will do sola
at auction, at the Government Pound, at Ma-
MM on l uu -0'U uay oi January, io'jo.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu, II. I.
Oflico on Kaahumanu street, latoly occu
pied by Mr. Thurston. IW-tf
Cricket Cl-iib Meeting.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OV THE
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Arlington Hotel, King street, on TUESDAY,
January 14th, at 7:30 p.m.
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