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VOL,',!. NO. 205: , HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JANUABY 20. 1896. PRiOB 5MENIU
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day excqpt Sundny at
609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, nnywhero in the Ha
waiian Islands $ 76
Per Year. 8 00
For Year, postpaid to ' America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, olhor Foreign
Countries 13 00
I'nynblo Invariably 1" Advance
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL
TKAClir.il OF THE
Besldonce with Mrs. E. E. Wall, Boretn
nla and Miller str ots.
Address P. O. Box 403. 102-lm
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cent" matter In tho Dooeniber number of
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to bi rendered by tlio Now York Herald,
thoXow York Eteouig Post, or the New
York Times. Criticism to bo submitted in
writing to tlie Editor of Tiik Hawaiian
within sixtv duH Irmi dnto
JULIEX I). nAYNE,
192-tf Editor of Tub Hawaiian-.
TWO GREAT WORKS
ft A All mw
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By tUo leading Collcecs and most noted States;
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Tho latter ns tho
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far READ A FEW OPINIONS:
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to tho labor of its editors."
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"It will deserve all of the encouiia passod
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"Clear, concise, acauruto, compronon
Bivo." The Historical Novels.
By Professor JoUn R. Muslolc
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of tho Amorican prw I have ever seen."
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most important facts in tho history of our
country, thoy aro witliout a paral el."
B. R 3TOSS,
COO King street, - - Honolulu, H.I.
House and Lots for Sale.
There is a now houso and lot
situated at Kapalama. Right on
tho tramways line. Tho lot is C5
foot wido by 100 feet long and
being rented at S120 a year; will
Boll at $900 cash. A vory good
investment Thoro aro fivo more
wd in tlio sumo location, which
will bo sold at vory reasonable
.For further particulars apply to
W. 0. AOHI.
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Are Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
Good for the Stomach,
Good for the Liver,
Good for the Bowels.
THERE ARE NO OTHER PILLS
SO COOP AS
Highest Awards at tho World's
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
dolo Agont8 for tho Itormblio of Hawnii.
I Interesting !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
pjiojr jan. 1st to jone 1st, 1895.
G H Mumm & Co.'s extra
Pommory & Grcno 11,798
Moet & Ohaudon 9,008
Hoidsiook & Co., (dry
Louis Itoedoror 3,438
Perrior Jouot 3.28G
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Mnreoiius 334
Krug & Oo 270
Ohas. Hoidsiook 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
8olo Agents for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
For Sale or to Rent.
A dosirnblo dwelling houso on
Hossingor street. Apply to
The Hawaiian Safe Doposit
and Investment Company'
Fort street. tf
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWARD As BBOWN PIANO.
Has an oxcollont toue ami jh In fmo condi
tion. Will ho Bold cheap (or cash.
Address L. T.
105-tf Bulletin Ofllco.
Election of Officers.
AT TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OP TIIE
Stookholdors of tho Pooplo's Ico aud Bo
friKorating Company, held thin day the
following officers were cloctod (or the ensu
President . J. A. McOandless.
Vioe President. .J. AUrod MnRoon.
Secretary .E. A. Jones,
Treasurer u. u. auics.
Auditor T. W. Hobron.
Tho above also constitute tho Board of
Directors of tho Company.
T. W. HOBRON,
2W-3t Aqtlng Socretary.
THE SENATE CABLE BILL.
A NEW JERSEY COMPANY TO GET
Iro Ulolin Tor tlio Cmiatritrtlon null
Miilntrtinncf of the I.I no froiniiu '"
t'ruticlcii to tlio IhIhiiiIk.
Washinoton, January 8. Re
presentative Barhom today intro
duced Senator Halo's bill to
facilitate tho construction and
maintenance of a telegraphic cablo
iu tho Pacific ocean for tho uso of
tho Government in its foroign
intercourse. The bill provides that
the Postmaster General bo author
ized to contract with tho Pacific
Cablo Company, a corporation of
New Jorooy, for tho transmission
by electrical moans between San
Prancisco and Honolulu of mes
sages on business of tho United
States during tho period of twenty
years from July 1, 1897, and to
stipulate in tho ogreemont that
tho amount paid for such sorvico
by tho United States shall bo
computed as follows:
Pirst To tho amount actually
oarned during that year by tho
cauio company in innmtainint!
opornting tho cablo, thoiu
shall be added a Bum faufliciout to
pay -1 per cont on tlio sum actual
ly oxpondod in tho construction of
Second From such a sum to
bo computed and pnid each year
thoro shall bo deducted each year
Third Tho remainder shall bo
paid to tho cablo company in four
ecpial quarterly payments, in-o-vided
the amount shall not iu any
ono yerr exceed tho sum agreed
upon until tho tolls on messages
transmitted for ub computed at
rates charged tlio public for liko
sorvico would, be in oxcess of bucIi
sum, in which caso tolls so in ox
cess shall bo computed atone half
curront rates and a deduction of
8-10,000, horeinboforo providod for,
Bhall for that year bo diminished
to the extent of such oxcess. Tho
company must havo tho cablo in
good working order by July 1,
1897, and capable of transmitting
not less than fifteou words por
raimito. Provision is made for
reductions in caso tho cablo bo
coraos incompotont to carry mes
sages for tho period of 120 conse
cutive days or more, up to a period
of one year, when tho Postmastor
General may at his option cancel
MEICEDirif'S OI,I COAT."
On Saturduy N'lelit for tlio llrnotlt at
Tho function of tho present
wook will bo tho presentation of
tho comedy of "Meredith's Old
Coat" at Indopondonco hall by
local numtours and ollicors of tho
Bennington. A now stngo will bo
erected especially for tho per
formance, which iA for tho bonofit
of tho building fund of Kau'aia
Tho characters of tho comedy
Mr Montgomery Wood Mr Spoyors
Mrs MontRorntry Wood Mrs Graham
Miss Etlul Wood Miss May Atkinson
Miss Gwendolin Wood
Miss Molly Atkinson
MrThaddous Brown Mr Mayo
Mr Georgo Meredith Geo O Pottor
Mr.Bcginnld Hart well Mr Allderdicu
Miss Bridget Mulligan Miss McGr w
Mr Michael Hoolihuu Dr Nichols
Mr Kempson Mr ddison
Mrs Bice ..MrsGuun
William Mr Mackintosh
In commenting on tho fact that
this is leap year an exchange says
it will bo well to keep your eye
both on tho new woman and tho
Every mnn has his prejudice
and every woman her bias.
CFIIMAN CITIZirSM HAVE
IIIU OF ir.
Otfilirutlnii nf tlio Ttvriity-nitit An-
ilvornr.r of t!i- Soi-mun I.tiiplru
Tlio tllnnt-r nt tlie llntol.
Tho twenty-fifth annivosary of
tho proclamation of "William I of
Prussia as Emporor of Germany
Was celebrated by tho Gorman citi
zens of Honolulu in a stylo befit
ting tho occasion with a general
gathoring at Indopondonco Park
in tho afternoon and a dinuor at
tho Hawaiian Hotel in tho ovon-
Tho festivities at tho Park com
menced at 2 o'clock and lasted un
til dark. Tlio hall was beautiful
ly decorated with the German
colors in festoons and flags
of all nations, togothor with forns
and wreaths, and rcllected much
credit on tho committoo in chargo,
of whom Georgo Gran, Carl "Wicle
lnanu and others worked until
midnight tho night boforo. There
was no sot program and dancing
and feasting was tho word from
tho commoncomont. Tho Hawaii
an uaiul played outsulo botweou
dances, and insido for tho danc-
U1St 3:30 Consul J. P. Ilnckfold
mounted tho rostrum and made a
fow romavks in which ho called
attention to tlio historical facts
connci'icd with tho dny thoy wore
colebruting, and finished by call
ing for throo oheors for tho young
Emperor, which wore givou with
a will. Thoro woro no other
specobes as Blatod in a contempo
rary. Alter tno Uonsul s romarlcs
tho nudienco sang "Die "Wacht am
Rhoin" and "Dentschland," aftor
which dancing was resumed, lto
froshmonts wore served in the
dining-room during tho entire
afternoon, James Stoinor boing tho
catoror. The celebration was attend
ed by fivo or six hundred pooplo,
nearly all of whom woro GormanB,
and thoy como from all parts of
tho island. Professor Borgor was
floor manager and director and
kopt tbo musicians and daucors
Tlio dinner nt tho hotel in tho
evening was a most elaborate
offair, tbo dining room and tables
boing protnly docorated, nhd
covors laid for nearly fifty. Most
of tho prominont Gormans of
tho city woro prosont and partook
of tho splendid inonu proparod,
which consisted of eleven courses.
Tho first toast of tho ovoning was
"Germany and tho Gorman Em
pire," responded to by Consul
Hnckfeld. Other principal toasts
woro "Tho Gorman Army" res
ponded to by Professor Borgor,
"Chaucollor Bismarck by 0.
Borlowitz," and "Tho Ladies" by
A. Isonborg. Aftor dinnor
speeches woro mado by nearly all
present and n gonornl good timo
provailed. Tho Hawaiian band
was stationed in tho old band
stand and discoursed popular
Gorman airs during and aftor tho
feast, which did not break up
until a late hour.
Tho general opinion of Ger
mans is that tho committoo in
chargo of tho celebration did
their work woll and are dosorving
of hearty thanks.
Mrs. John AV. Liming received
by the lost mail, the snd now
of tho death of her mothor, Mrs.
J. A. Maybin, of Santa Monica,
California. Mrs. Maybiu was a
I daughter of Adam Waltho of
Philadelphia and granci uaugnior
of Dr. Thomas Scott, author of
Scott's Commentaries. Mrs, May
bin waB a widely known and much
respected lady, a woman of much
broadth of charactor, had traveled
extensively and was a great
student. Sho was (i3 yoars of ago.
SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT. !
Ol' THE IMOM'.EIl IIUILIIINM ASO
liecrlpts mid DIliurciii,iitN ( tlio
l'unt Six nioiitliK Itenoiirci'
Tho fcomi-anuuol statement of
tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association for tho term ending
Decombor 31st has been printed
and will bo issued to subscribers
in tho usual course Tho follow
ing shows tho rocoipts aud dis
bursements of tho association and
its present condition:
Treasurer's Balance July 1, 1S9").S 4,1)0.157
Membership Ties 1 12 f0
Monthly Dues 10,70') 00
I'roaiiuins 1,510 75
Transfer Pees 'J !10
Loans ltcimid (Heal Estato) 15, .TOO 00
" ' (Stock) '2,275 00
Ileal Estato Loans ?10,'J50 00
Stock Loans 4,110 00
Expenses 570 00
Withdrawals 0,277 10
loenuo Stamps 00 00
Treasurer's Balance 4,G.'I5 75
Real Ehtato Loans $31,700 00
Stock Ixmns 0.SG0 00
Acciued Duo 1,073 00
" Interest 1,272 40
" Promiuins 017 41
Books, Stutlonciy, etc......
Treasurer's BalmiLO. .......
Boul Estatu Loans
Tho total uumbor of shares in
forco of nil series is 1833J. Totul
roal ostato loans Gl. Total Stock
Loans in forco 21. As willbq seen
from tho above tho Association is
in a most prosperous condition,
its earnings for tho lost six months
having amounted to 7 por cont.
Shares in tho outstanding stock
havo a cash value ranging from
S83.31 for thoso of tho First Series
to SG.I2 for tho Elovonth.
Tho Mclinercr Hull.
Tho reception and danco given
by Consul nnd Mrs. F. A. Schao
for this ovoning at their Nuuauu
valloy rosidonco will bo attended
by about two hundred and fifty of
Honolulu's leading society peo
ple Three hundred invitations
havo boon issuod and noarly all of
them havo been accepted. Tho
reception will commonco at 8
o'clock and last an nour and a
half, aftor which dnnoinc on tho
Iannis erected for tho purposo will
commonco. Tho houso nnd lnnais
aro beautifully decorated with
flags, potted forns, palms, flowers
and coloted electric lichts. Promi
nont among tho latter will bo a largo
horseshoe, containing thhty-8i
rod, white and bluo lights, ovor
tbo principal ontranco. Tlio
avonuo and grounds will also bo
ontonsively illuminated. Tho
music will bo furnished by tho
Hawaiian string band, under tho
personal direction of Profossor
Borgor. An elaborato supper will
bo part of tho entertainment,
and will bo served under tlio
direction of James Stoinor and n
largo corps of assistants.
At tho rocentsossion of the Maui
Teachers' Association F. "W. Har
dy was elected president; O. Ab
bott, vice-prosidont; L Kanowa
nui, secretary; and Mossrs. Dick
enson and Harris and Mrs. Hoapy
oxocutivo committoo. Tho next
annual meeting will bo hold on
tho last Saturday in Novombor.
Wirth's circus porforms at Ewa
to-nicht. Tho Bnooial train from
this city loaves the depot at 7 p in
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
I.tll'OKTANT .UATI'I'.ltS Il:NIII IN
UNITED SfATl.S COAUKESS.I
t'ltliiin itclicN IIn ti It r tiro Irutu
IleCorc llniiiin--ltrvoliitliiii I'm-
Tlio following is in continua
tion of our sutnmnry of foreign -news
up to January 10 received
by tho S. S. Alameda:
The A'onezuolan Commission
appointed by President Cleveland,
under tho Act of Congross, is
Justice David J. Brewer of tho
Fedoral Supremo Court, Edward
J. Pholps und Bobert T. Lincoln.
Tho Inst two hnvo been Ministers
to Groat Britain.
Tho pension appropriation bill
introduced into tho Houso pro
vides 111,325,820, or about tho
same as last year.
Delegate Murphy of Arizona is
confident that tho Houso will puss
hi bill to admit tbnt Territory as
E. B. "Wright, a Washington
correspondent for twouty - fivo
years, iB dead.
Senator Baker has introduced
a resolution expanding tho Mon
roe doctrine anil declaring it the
policy ot tho nation.
Sen itor Stow art on the 0th inst.
made a bittor attack on tho Piesi
dont's bond scheme. Ht said tho
people would not get the bonds,
but tho syndicnto that got tho
othors. Stewart denounced tlio
"omergoncy tariff bill," which
could never become law and if it
did would unsottlo business con
ditions. Its plain purposo was
to keep up tariff agitation to dis
tract attention from tho financial'
distress of tho people. Not until
thoy had tbo froo coiungo of silver
would thoy havo financial indo
pondenco from tbo Kotbschilds
and tbo gold gamblers. Their
gold obligations to Great Britain
avoragod about 350,000,000 an
nually. War was proforablo' to
financial slavery. Stowart de
nounced both parties for having
gone under subjection to Wall
Thomas Cnsack, of tho Chicago
Board of Education, has been no
tified by a lawyer in Ireland that
an uncle in Australia left him a
fortuuo of $15,000,000.
Banks in different parts of tho
Uniion aro going to bid for tho
now issuo o bonds. Somo will
take thorn at 3 porcont at par.
Purser McDonald and his four
companions, who took a boat from
tbo steamer Strathnevis for shore
to telegraph tho vessel's position,
aro still missing. A lighthouse
tender has gono to look for them
on Destruction Island.
Baron Dlackburn, Judge of
Queon's Bench, England, and an
eminent law authority, is dead iu
tho 83d yoar of his nge.
Tlie t.'uliiiu Wnr.
Owing to defeats noar Havana
the rebels are moving away fiom
tlie capital, and the inhabitants of
the city feel sufo again. All tho
latest skirmishes have gono against
Most of tho cano fields on the
cost from Havana west toward
Bahia Honda aro smoking, but
tho sugar mills havo been gonor
A now docreo by Gonoral Cam
pos providos for tho summary
trial audBpeedy oxecution of pris
oners of war by chiefs of colnmns
into whose hands they fall. Per
sons Buspeetod ot conspiracy aro,
as soon as arrostod, to bo sent to
Morro castlo, to await transporta
tion to Africa. Old Morro castlo.
is being renovated and now oolls
aro boing proparod to accommo
date tho expected prisoners.
(Continued on 4th page.)