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VOL. l. NO. 201.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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House and Lots for Sale.
There is ft now houso nnd lot
situated at Knpalnmn. Right on
' tho tramways line. Tho lot is C5
. foot wide by 100 feet long and
' being rented at $120 a year; will
'sell at $900 cash. A very good
investment. Thoro aro five moro
' lots in tho samo location, which
will bo sold at very reasonable
Tor further particulars apply to
W. O. AOEI.
Is ths source of good hearth.
Makes Pun Blood,
Strengthens tho Norms,
Shut pons tho Appetite,
fterhotos that Tired Fooling,
and Makos Lito Worth Living.
any other ail
Cold Medals at the World's Great Expositions.
tP"Ilowaro of cheap Imitations. Tho
inline Ayor's Sursujmrilln Is promi
nent nn thu wrapper, anil Is blown in
tho glass of eauh liottlo.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Itopublio of Hawaii.
tmports of Champagne In
.to the United States,
FROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE 1ST, 1895.
G H Mumm & Co.'s extra
Pommory & Greno 11,798
Moot & Ohnudon 9,608
Hoidsiock & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 3.438
Perrier Jouet 3.286
Vve. Olicquot 2,378
St. Mnrceuux 334
Krug& Co 270
Olios. Hoidsiock 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
8olo Agents for G. II. Mumm & Co.
for tho Bnwuiiun Islands.
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TnAT
the partnership herotoforo carriod nn by Lum
Chunij Wa, Lum Sing, Youug Yan Yuen,
Lau Con Yan, Leo Chu You and Wong
Hin Chu in Honolulu, Island of Oahn, nn.
ler the firm nnmo of Wing Chnni Lung &
Co. has expired by limitation and tho same
is dissolved, and noticois further givou that
Loo Chu on the lata manager of said firm
is authorized to rccoive and recoipt for all
dobts duo said (lira, and will pay all out
(Signed) WING: CHONG LUNG CO.
By LEE CHU YnU.
Dated Hono'ulu, January 10, 1890. 20l-2t
Notice to Creditors.
Soiiictlig IdWjdi !
f THE UNDEItSIGNED IHS SOLD HIS
interest in the Fruit and Grocery Business
located on Fort street, Honolulu, to Y.
Lum Sing & Co.
All persons having claims against Y
Lum Sing up to December 31, 1805, are
heroby lequested to iilo their claims prior
to January 20, 1890, and oil accounts duo
Y. Lum Sing are requested to mako imine.
diate settlemont. Y. LUM SING,
IIouolulu, Jan. 8, 1890. 109 3t
HONOLULU, Ht 1., tTOSHAY, JANUARY 14. 1896.
AN IMPORTANT DECISION
it tub nurakne cociit inn
TATE OF CALIFORNIA.
Tho Rights und Duties T members
of Cntnearporated Fraternal Kb.
cletlaa Laid Dawn.
Tbo Supreme Court of tho
State of California has recontly
handed down a decision of great
importance affecting and defining
the rolutivo rights and duties of
mombors of unincorporated
fraternal sociotios to and from the
orders to . whioh thoy bolong
which will bo of much intorost to
OTory mombor of any secret ordtir
in Honolulu, and moro esuooiully
to Odd Fellows.
It is the enso of Levy vs. tho
Mngnolia Lodge of Odd Follows,
and tho following arc the sub
stantial fnots of tho case: Levy
wiis a third degroo momber of the
order in 1893. Ho claimed to
havo become sick, and honco en
titled to sick benefits from his
lodgo, which for a time were
paid. After several months of
payments the lodgo refused to pay
Levy further sick benefits upon
tho ground that ho wns not en
titled thereto. Thoroupon ho
demanded that a committco of tho
order bo appointed to invoRtipate
tho mntter in accordance with its
merits. Such committee wns hi
pointed, lint Levy ret'iised to moet
it, and begun suit in tho courts
against tho lodgo to recover tho
sick benefits which he ullogfd
wore past, duo Thereupon
charges weru filed in tho lodge
aguinst Levy, us its rules provided
might be dono, fur his ullegod
violation of tho rules and regula
tions of the order, and he wns
regularly summoned to apponr.
This he also refused to do, and
he was accordingly oxpellod
from tho ordor. He thoreupou
sought and obtained from the
lower court a writ of maudato to
compel his restoration to mombor
ship. The Supreme Court line decided
that ho wus not entitled to tho
writ and that his expulsion from
tho Ordor of Odd Fellows having
beon accomplished in strict ac
cordance with its rules and regu
lations, he cannot bo heard in tho
courts to complain. Tho rotation
betwoou such unincorporated
orders and their mombors is
Btriotly one of contract entorcd
into in writing at tho time tho
mombor joins tho lodge and sub
soribos to its ruloa and regula
tions, and if he has ' thoreby
waived any legal rights, such as
tho right of appeal from its orders,
ho must not bo grunted roliof
from his own voluntary contract
by the courts, but must avail him
self of tho opportunities which
tho rules and regulations of his
lodge afford f ir tho prevention or
redrcsB of any allogod injustice
to him on tho part of tho order
itself. It is only after tho mum
bor has pursued unavailiugly nil
of the moans provided by the laws
of the ordor for tho redress of his
wrongs that he rany apply to the
courts for tho protection to whioh
ho 'm justly ontitlod, but which
by fraud, mistake or malice has
boen donjod him within tho order
The circus troupo will return to
Honolulu on Sunday noxt. Tho
Wodnosday following (Jan. 22d
they will commence a now series
of performances hero, provioualy
showing at Ewa plantation, for
whioh tho O. It. & L. Co. will run
speoial trains both ways. Man
agor Oamoron asserts that a largo
number of entirely now features
will be addod to the bills, and all
the promises of tjio management
thus far have beon kopt.
rOilRAMMK f6r thi cemiKa
rirXD DAY OF THE CLUB.
Bttraes Faaa atari I4.t of Jf,
' atarteri, Timekeeper.. Referee,
' The annual. Hold, day of tho Ho
nolulu Athletic Association, whioh
Usually occurs on January 17th,
win not como oil this year until
Saturday week, the 25th. the-Bs-
I socialion having given way to the
pOftponed'rraco meoting. Tho
ontrybook for'the various ovonts
Is'iiow open at Thrum's bookstoro.
whoro it will remain until the
olosiug of tho storo on Tnosdny,
January 21bt. On that evening
entries may bo mado up to 8
o'cloc&ut tho Y. M. C. A. rooms,
but no lntor.
Tho entry foes for the different
Athletio sports. Membersof club
und scholars $.25, uon mom
Bicycle ovonts. Mombersof club
anil soholurs $.50, non mombors
' .wing Tournament. Free for all.
Hnlf-milo horse raco for scrub
Tho officials of the day are as
Judges A G M Robertson, D
W Corbott, T Wright.
Starter Jus Torbort.
Referee J W Jones,
Timekeepers O V Alacfurlauo,
S G Wilder.
Jlandicappcr T Wright.
jutk oj ute uourse Unas.
Tho general admission has
been fixod nt 50 cents. Carriagoi
inside of course 25 cents extra.
Admission to tho grand stand will
Following is tho complete pro
gram of events:
1 Ono mile novice bicycle.
21 00 yds dush, handicap.
3 JHttlf - milo boys bicyclo,
4 Running high jump, handi
cap. 6 Half-milobioyolo, handioap.
C 440 yds dash, handicup.
7 3-minute "class bicyclo.
8 Polo vault, handiotp.
9 One-mile novelty bicycle.
10 120 yds hurdle handicap.
11 One-mile run handicap.
12 Ono-milobioyclo handicap.
13 Putting shot, handicap,
14 Running broad jump.
15220 yds dash, handicap.
10 3-milo lap bicyolo.
17 Ring Tournument.
lS'-Scrub Horse raco.
Central Union Cliurcli.
Tho special services of the Con
trol Union church for tomorrow
are: 7p.m.-Moeting of tho Stand
ing Committeo; 7:30 p. m. Pray
er and Conference Meoting. "Tho
Toaohing of Jesus as to tho Wor
ship of tho Father." John 4.
Lute Foreign Itcins,
Tho Popo has accorded Mr.
John Dillon, M.P.,an audicnae,
ami lias exliortod him to special
ly promote unity in Ireland, so us
to givo tho Church unitod sup
port. Tho Now York Stock Exchango
has repliod to tho wiro of the
London Exchango, "Wo hope
your warships are hotter than
Tho Prosidont of an Amerioan
railway, company ostimateo tho
loss in tho market valuo of socu
rit'OH by tho crisis aB equal to
U, 000 ,000,000.
Tho London Missionary Sooiety
have had a sohoonor built in Now
Zealand for Now Guinoa mission
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
SUIT FOR DAMAGRN OK CON
TRACT TO rURCIIAIIK.
Lara-a Adanlnl.tratar'a Bond-Judg;
Ferry's First Hearing at Circuit
Judge Perry has nppointod Wa
Kee as guardian of Lai Ku Yin, n
Chtncso girl, under $100 bond.
Qoo Kim, Chinoso Commcrci.nl
Agent, was tho petitioner, ron
resonted in Court by Mr. Stanloy.
Rev. F. W. Damon, missionary to
the Uhinoso, was present at tho
In tho mattor of tho estato of
O. O. Borgor, the accounts of tho
executors hnvo boon referred by
Judgo Perry to J. A. Thompson,
mister, for examination and re
port. J. M. Dowsott, one of tho
Hxeoutors, was prosent at tho
hoaring, and no ono to contest.
Captain Anderson nnd crew of
tho sohoonor Henrietta have not
ed nn appeal to the Supremo
Court agniust tho decroo of the
Circuit Court condemning that
vossol for smuggling opium.
William Eussio ond Otto
Schmidt aro suing tbo Wnihoo
Sugar Co. for .f5250 damages, for
fniluro to fulfil a contract to pur
chase ti sugar juice filtor for
whioh tho plain tills havo a patont.
Judge Whiting rondortd a deci
sion on Janunry 10th upon claims
mado by tho widow of tho Into
Jus. O. Haysoldon upon the trus
tees of tho estate. Honry Smith,
master's, roport is part of tho de
cision. It finds duo ostato by tho'
trustees Suy.-W, and due Mho
widow by tho estato $2519.71.
The widow by hor attornoy, A. G.
M. Robertson, has appealed
against tbo dooisiou.
' Judgo Porry had his first hoar
ing yesterday morning at Circuit
Court chambers, whon ho granted
ancillary probate to the will of
tho late James W. Austin, ap
pointing S. M. Damon as admin
istrator undor $52,000 bond.
Hartwoll and Stanloy for potition.
er; no ono contesting.
Two submarine cables are to
bo laid botwoen Japan and For
mosa. Several of tho Corenns who took
part in tho murder of the Queon
have been oxooutod, inoluding
tho ono who pound oil on tho
corpso and cremated it. Thoy
woro hanged tho samo day that
thoy Woro sontoncod.
Sovorul Russian warships and
somo torpodo boats havo gono to
tho wintor anchorage in Shantung
province soourod from China.
Tho steamer Rosary lost hor
propollor on voyage from Otnru to
Yokohama and driftod ten days.
She managed to roach Shingnma,
whoro a now propollor was fitted.
While anchored at Shiogaum,
Chief Officer W. Wiseman nd
eight Japanoso woro drowned by
tho oapsizin'g of a boat.
Tho King of Corea has issued a
decroo, saying: As wo shall cut
off our queue, you, our subjects,
follow our example and d-i tho
An ordor has ihsuod from tho
Japanese Naval department ro
quiring all commercial vessols to
add "mane'' to their names, and
to avoid as far as possible using
a nnmo similar to that of a war
ship. (Tho affix to a warship is
Aocording to Tokio papor's
Vladivostok oorrcspondont tho
enptuin of a Russian gunboat is
now on his trial thoro for poach
ing seals in tho wutors he wos
sent to guard igainst unlawful
sealers. It appears that cortain
foroign merchants aro involvod,
aud tho mannger of one firm has
bMiton n hasty retreat.
PRICE 5 CENTS -
STATEMENT OF DR. B0.WE
rOIITlTKLY DKHIEA THEM
OIIOLIKA OH THI BKbIC.
TTm Rarer Bronajht to Book fcr '
Conpsnr nd Is Still In
Dr, Bowie, surgeon of the -ML
& O. stonmship Bolgio, tho sfcajj
that was blamed for bringaaR
oholora hero last AuguBt, ie it
through pabsongor by the &S.
Coptic Ho wns mot by a Btav
letin ropresontatiyu on boaail,
and. spoko freely of that partic
lar voyago of tbo Bolgio.
"I want to say most emphatic
ally that tho Bolgio nover feaQ
any cholera on board of her frj
the time she left Japan until tAct
arrived at Honolulu,'' tho dnetez
openod up with calm emphasis.
"I was not a tyro by any moanq,
whon I onterod tho compatxjftrt
Horvico; bocauso I practiced fif
teen years in S.m Francisco.
"The Ohineso that caino own
with us that is tho contract liA
orors forHondulu woro withenft
oxception the moaucst.scrubbicsti
looking lot I havo over geon. Kr.
was out of this lot that the thrst
deaths occurred on board.
"Whon I wont to San Francfe
oo tho company sont mo out&s
following weok, beforo there wc
any word of cholorn at HonolcSii.
Thoy could not huve had any ta
formation against mo on Hub
sooro by tho Bolgic. She saiVait
within bcvou days, and it car.
on that voyage tho Bot$ir.
wav stranded." This was statafi.
in roferonco to tho report p4-
lished that Dr. Bowio had sir
signed from tho sorvioo of ihr
company on arriving nt San Fr&x
cisco. Dr. Bowio asked some questhxo&
regarding tho death of two China
men from the Belgio nt tho Quar
antine Station, nnd was informal,
that tliero had been no alurtfF
cholera in their cases when tfcey
died, tho first oaso stated to haw
beon cholera being that of a -man
in a houso near tho statioa.
'How long woro the Chinuraao
sick who died on board?" was axL
ed. "They were Biok just nboutxe
long as tho average Chiuaniia
coming from China for tho fictf;
time, is boforo ho dies. Tho stew
ard comos and s.iys a Cliinutatir.
in tho steerage issick.and tho aaO.
thing ho is dead. You soe thtry
will not report thomselves tkb:
until they nro noarly dead. Tbjr
prefer to doctor themselves. &
is different with Chinese coistnj'
from California, who gonera!r
want tho doctor when he is taka
"If it had beon oholora orisg
contagious disoaso thoso fellow
died of, tho company's contrutf!
to return tho dead bodies wo!il
u t requiro you to talto than
' Oh. no,'' repliod tho doclac
"Our instructions nro to thrutsr
ovory thing liko that ovorboarA."'
"I roturnod ti California br
tho Evandalo, and wont b.iok.ir
Japan ug.iin by her, intendiugto
j an tho Dona, but found sfe,
was going round the Horn. Iw
poot to go on the Doric, but nsuy
be put on tho Holgio again. Stun
will bo back to San Francisco 6sy
tho ond of Fobruary."
Dr Bowie said in the course t
conversation thst ho hnd noswtr
mado any statoinont before, eit&or
in San Francisco or olsowheest.
about that trip of tho Belgic, usl
he was glad of tho opportunity
now afforded him by tho Bdxbk-
Colonel Boll, the United SitAes
Consul at Syduoy, says that Am
erica will defend tho "Manase
dootrine" against the world, Im
that before there wero loud wordk
tharo should bn an understaudio.
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