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JULIEN D. nAYNL,
I92-tf Editor of 1'iie Hawaiian.
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AT THE CIRCUS TONICHT.
FULL VKOOHA FOR TUB CHARD
I.nrKe Nnmlicr of fr.xtra Kent l'ro-
vldtd. for the OrenMon A
Arrangements have been en
tirely completed for tho monster
performance at the circus tonight
for the benefit of the local Grand
Army Post. Carpenters were at
work all day ye&torday putting in
platforms to make room for extra
chairs, ofwhich there will bo
enough to seat ovoryono.
Tho program is a very long one,
consisting of twonty-threo num
bers, which include two selections
by the Hawaiian band, under tho
direction of Professor Borgor, nnd
ia given bolow in its entirety:
No. 1. Solection by itho Hawai
ian Rand, under the direction of
No. 2 Star and Garter entry on
horseback by threo ladies nnd
No. 3 Sensational exercise on
tlje high trapozo, Elsie St. Loon.
,N6. 4 Tho porfectly trained
pony Nollio introduced by her
trainer, Mr. P. H. Montgomery.
No. 5 Feats on the running
globo by one of Evans1 Japanese
No. G The charming eques
trienne Miss Ida Vernon inkier
groat balloon act.
No. 7 Comio entry by tho
No. 8 Daring and fearless
double hurdle and pick up net on
two separate horses in ono ring
by tho,dashingNollio Lyndhurst
and the Javanese wondor Kochi.
No. 9 Wonderful foot-balancing
net with umbrella 'and burrols
by the great Kokiochi.
No. 10 Most remarkablo hori
zontal bar performance on threo
horses by Montgomery, St. Loon
No. 11 WiHifrcd Burns in his
peerless fonts on tho slack rope.
No. 12 "Tho Emperor of the
Arona;" Lahl Sing, as tho bound
ing jockey, introducing little
Georgiq St Loon, tho infant pro
digy. Intermission of ten minutes.
No. 13 "Recollections of War,"
selection by tho Hawaiian Band.
No. 14 Grand sconic act on
horseback, Alf St. Loon.
No. 15 Clown, Mary Alberto.
No. 16 Feats on tho invisible
wire and Dance to Buddn, Ghioki
chi. No. 17 Ground and lofty
tumbling and gracoful poses, by
members of tho company.
No. 18 Little MuriolAVirth, in
her refined and finished represent
ation of "The Flower Girl."
No. 19 Fivo minutes with tho
No. 20 Graceful poses on
horsobaok, by MiBS Ida Vornon
and P. H. Montgomery.
No. 21 Extraordinary feats of
strength by tho modern Hercules,
Willifred .Burns, terminating by
lifting a livo horse completely
from tho ground.
No. 2SrLittle Muriol, Elsie
and Kntio in their pleasing music
al interlude, "The Alabama
No. 23 Screaming pantomime,
"Where is He?" by the lady and
gontlomon mombors of tho com
pany. A Ministerial Ilarlteeper.
Rev. Julius Foicko, who recent
ly loft tlio pastorate of tho Mon
mouth street, Hobokon,' Gorman
Evangelical Church to opon a
saloon in that city bocauso tho
church would not raiso his salary
from &700 to S1000 por annum,
has boon suspended by tho South
Classis of Bergen, N. J., for en
HONOLULU, H. I., . WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1896.
gaging in "a scandalous traffic."
i'Jio ministerial lurv nam a tri
bute, however, in its findings to
Mr. Foicko's ability. In the mean
time tho offending dominie has
added a vaudovillo entertainment
to his establishment nnd continues
to servo mixed drinks to cus
tomers at tho bar of his saloon.
Tho reverend gentleman had a
wifo and fivo children to support
and claimed that it was impossible
to feed, clothe and educate thorn
on a salary of 8700. It is needless
to stato that ho is makinc monov
out of his now venture, and that
many momjjors of his formor
church are among his best cus
tomers. RACIICLOIIS niSIIAND.
Leap Year Condition Vnc to l)li
The Alameda Bachelors' Club
has given up tho leap-year fight
and disbanded, says tho Srtu Fran
cisco Call. It is said that four of
tho members have become engag
ed sinco the girls announced as an
ultimatum that kissing would bo
permitted only after betrothal,
and these members nnd some of
the others secretly agreed that the
self-imposed system of fines could
not be maintained during tho year.
Complete and unconditional is
Tho girls have won their victo
ry, and it is tho rule in tho beauti
ful city of tho Ericinnl that thoro
is to bo no more aute-ongagoniont
kissing until 1897. It is expected
that tho wMdinglist will bo twice
as groat as during any previous
year, for tho present surrender on
tho pnrt of men hns boon gracoful
and unanimous, and the conflict
has exposed the soriousness of be
ing eligiblo to a bachelors' club.
It was all jnrearianged bofore
tho final meeting of tho vanquish
ed organization, aud when tho
members caino together thoy all
buow the club was to be disband
ed. Postmaster Stoddard, according
to the report made public yester
day in Alameda, bogan tho pro
ceedings by moving that tho read
ing of tho minutes of tho preced
ing meeting bo dispensed with.
r'Burn 'om up!" nnd "Wo don't
want to hear them!" wore among
tho shouts heard in response, and
then President Smiley made a
speech. Ho said, in part:
"1 had hopes that this club
would fill a long-felt want and
accomplish an abundanco of good
for its mombors, but I realize that
I was sadly mistaken. Tlio ex
perience of tho last four days has
taught mo a sad lesson. If this
thing keeps up much longer lifo
will coaso to liavo any charm
whatevor for mo."
Judgo St. Sure and Lawyer
Simpson aroso simultaneously to
say thnt if the club woro to be
disbanded tho proceedings should
bo in a legal manner, so as to
leave no doubt that tho organiza
tion had gono out of existence.
Others told of their porsonal
hardships during the trouble, and
then suddenly a motion to ad
journ sino dio was carried with a
wild hurrnh and tho mombors
hurried away to toll tho enemy oil
Tho pooplo of Cincinnati are
taking stops to erect a statue of
Gonoral Sobulon Piko, tho discov
erer of Pike's Peak.
Lecocq, tho composer of "La
Fillo do Madamo Angot," is try
ing to got a divorce from tho wifo
to whom ho hns boon married for
twenty years on tho ground of in
compatibility of temper.
Don Carlos, tho Spanish pre
tender, is ono of tho handsomest
and most fascinating mon in Eu
rope. His restless spirit finds so
lnnn in nhnntnnt travel, nnd lie ia
passionately fond of fox-bunting
ana an exciting sporis.
A unique distinction belongs to
Sir Robert Rawlinson, K. G. G.
that ofboiug tho only soldier who
has boon knocked out of tho sad
dle by a cannon ball without be
ing killed. Tho identical forty-two-pound
Hhbt is preserved by
Lady Rawlinson as nn interesting
'! i.r a''m,JjJjC. a itiifcMlr
IN THE CHINESE QUARTER.
OHKVr TIMES OVER TUB
VKAR CKI EllnATION.
The Uacrptlon nt the Clilnfae United
Society' Headqnnrter at Moon
Scene In fchlnntnwn.
There was unwonted activity in
tho Chinese Quarter last night
after 5 o'clock. Storekeepeis were
busily engaged in having a gen
eral clearing out and cleaning up.
Floors woro scrubbed nnd win
dows washed until a lato hour.
which it is safe to say had not
boon touched sinco tho laBt celebra
tion. Boxes, countors and mer
chandise woro piled away in out-of-tho-way
corners in order to
turn tho stores into reception
rooms for tlio next few days.
Numerous little stands nnd tables
for tho salo of Chinese lilies woro
occupying tho Bidewalks and trade
wiib iivuiy. jvury uuiubbu mubl
havo somo lilies in full blossom
for tho Now Tear, and many
of those who wore employed out
of town neglected to provide them
selves until Inst night. Lilies in
natural stato and dwarfed both
seomod to find ready salo accord
ing to tho number and condition
of tho blossoms. Prices ranged
generally at 25 and 50 cents, while
fancy specimens commanded three
and four dollars. Poorer and im
mature specimens realized only
fivo or ton cents.
Tho Chinese barbers did a rush
ing business and tho way their
sharp pointed, thin and flexible
razors found their way around tho
noses, oyolids and elirs of custom
ers was wonderful to behold.
The candy stores did a rushing
business and woro surrounded
from early dusk with crowds of
children who were investing their
nickels in fresh candy of tho Now
Year variety. This was exposed
for salo on big trays and consist
ed of coconnuts, sliced nnd in
othor forms; melons, ornngos, ap
ples, lemonSj limos and Chinese
oranges, sliced and enndiod;
together with nil kinds of
nuts fixed after tho stylo of pea
nut candy. One store on Ma
unakea street had a lot of hollow
candy men and women, horses,
soldiers, etc., which seomod to
captivate tho infantilo Chinese
oyo to tho great personal emolu
ment of the proprietor. Thoso
stores made no pretence of shut
ting up till noar midnight, unless
thoir stock was sooner disposed
At midnight a gonoral dischargo
of bombs and firoornckers an
nounced that tho Now Year had
commenced and that John had
laid aside all caro for a timo and
begun toonjoy himsolf in his
own peculiar way. All night long
tho dm was kopt up and it is still
Pntrons of Chineso restaurants
had to tako what they could got
this morning, for John had no
time to make fancy biscuits, corn
bread and such like. Most pro
prietors, howovor, offered wine or
samshu to thoir customers and
felt hurt if tho offer was not ac
cepted. At noon today the following
Chineso firms rocoivod thoir
friends nnd callers at their res
pective placos of business, in tho
usunl open-handed stylo for which
Chinese firms are noted in this
Wing Wo Chan Co., Wing Wo
Tni Co., Kwong Tong Iling Co.,
Tom Chung Koo, W. W. Ahnnn,
Wing Tni Lung, Po Sinjj Tong
Wo Sing, Hnrng Lung Iveo Lin
Tni Co., Lin Sing Keo, Kwong
Hip Lung, Hop Hmg, Keo Ohong,
On Tni, Ahlo, Ono Wo, Tong On
Jan, Yoo Chan, and many others.
At all of tho abovo places more
or loss elaborate spreads wore sot
out, and wines, liquors, cignrs anM
confections woro at tho service of
At tho headquarters of tho
Chineso Unitod Society on Kinc
street, near Nuuanu, tho Hawaiian
band was stationed on tho bal
cony and played from 11:30 until
- jfefr . u. .... U.H.
2 p. m., during' whiclj time a con
stant Btreaui olj visitors poured in,
nmong thorn being a number of
ladies. An elegant collation was
spread in ono room, tho pieco do
resistanco being stuffed roast
turkoy. Champagne and tea were
served, ico cream and cako topped
off tho feaBt, whilo dolicatoly
flavored Chinese confections wore
laid out on fancy tables in tlio
Hallway and reception room.
Goo Kim, president; Wong
Kwai, vico - president; Chang
Kim, secretary, and Wong Wa
Fuy, treasurer, of tlio United
Chineso Society, received tho visit
ors, assisted by tho following
prominont business mon: Ung
Chnn, Chu Kim, So CJioy, Lulc
Chong, Ong Young, Ho Fon, edi
tor Chinese News, and othora.
Goo Kim aud his principal
aids were dressed in magnificent
robes of many colors.
Among tho cnllors woro Chief
Justice Judd nnd Associuto Jus
tice Whiting of tho Supremo
Court, A. S. Willis, United States
Minister, accompanied by Cap
tain Pigninn of the U.' Slv S. Ben
nington; Ministers King,' Coopor
and Damon of tho Huwaiin Cabi
net; J.F.Hnckfold,Qorman Consul;
C. A. Weight, consul for Sweden
and Norway; Senator H. W.
Schmidt, Jas. D. Scott of Hud
Bon's Bay Co., J. M. Mousarrat,
Drs. Coopor, Murray and Howard:
Revs. Dr. Hydo, D. P. Birnio and
F. W. Damon; Mesdamos I. A.
Lowell, A. W. Keech, S. J.
Devlin, F. W. McChesney,
H. P. Wnlton nnd othor ladies;
Herman Focko, Thos. E. Wall, F.
E. Nichols, Postmnstor Gonoral J.
Morton Oat, F. B. Oat, Rufus
Hosraor Draper, H. Lose, W. F.
Allen, John Hopp. B. L. Finney,
A. S. Humphreys, Samuel Parker,
W. H. Cornwall, Major W. T.
Soward, W. W. Hall, Deputy
Attorney General E. P. Dole,
T. Rain Walker, British Vico
CoiihuI; Paul Neumann, Ghnrlos
Creighton, officers of tho U. S. S.
Bennington, Captain Martin of
tho bark Velocity, A. S. Hart
woll, L. A. Thurston, W. L.
Stanley, W. R. Castle, W. G.
Irwin, E. O. Macfarlano, It.
Lowers, J.G.Sponcort M.Louisson,
O. Bolto, J. W. Girvm (secretary
Chineso bureau of Foreign Office),
W. E. Pettingor of Portland, Or.,
J. A. Hoppor, W. L. Hop por, W.
C. Woodon, J. A. Mngoon, mom
bors of tho press and many others.
Fleming Du Bignon of Savan
nah is regarded as likely to bo tho
next United States Sonntor from
Georgia. Ex-Speaker Crisp wants
tho placo,bnt many Democrats
obiect to him bocauso lie wnn lim-n
in England, Secretary Hpko Smith
isaiso a canuiuato, but Jns ene
mies opposo him on the ground
that ho is a uativo of North Caro
lina. Tho delay in tho arrival of the
Miowora is tho cause of much
commont. Tho last hoard of the
vessel was from a Sydney dis
patoh in an Auckland paper which
stated thnt sho would probably
got away on January 25th.
A Promoter of Teinperauee.
Stastistics show that tlio Increasing gen
eral consumption of beer Is followt i by a
decrcaso of consumption of nkohollc ilrlnke,
and lliat It It, strange to say, a promoter of
temperance. Uccr today Is tilts favorite
beverage of the American people, and It Is
consumed not only by tho thirsty publ to In
drinking placet, but In the homes of tlio pen
ploand by the whes, mothers and daught
ers thereof. Its wholesome, llesh-glving
qualities, Its Imlgoratlng and stimulating
nature, havo placed It not In the list of luxu
ries, but of necessities, to a pooplo whoso In
tinslty of nerve force Is such, under the con
dition of our cllmatQ andatmoeplieri', as to
demand a beverage that Is at once gratifying,
soothing and refreshing. Tills Is what good
beer Is and this Is why brer has become tho
drink of tho country. Naturally enough tha
culture, of beer has progressed to a point
wheru a distinct national success has been
achieved. Always up-to-date, never asleep,
tho Seattle llitiehu anil Malting Co. have kept
in the front ranks -and today are proud that
they ran offer as good a bottle of beer as the
most oxactlng could desire.
In order to Impress upon your mind the
fact that the Seattle JJreurltig ami MnltlnQ Co't
beers are Mild, Light, Urigbt and Lhcly, wo
below gh e the average, per cent of alcohol In
vatlous liquors In comparison:
WntoJrr" Her 8.4 per cent
"Oiltunic" nr. 3.4 " "
'Cider. .j 80 ' "
Claret VJM "
Whisky 51.0 '
The Criterion Saloon, keeps this beer on
draught unit in munis. u
vt " Mt ' -.W-dfcjl'Jk.iW.z
PRICE 5 CENTO.
THE LIQUOR BUSINESS
HOLD ADJOINT ItlftUUNSION.
SiicKfatlona OITered for Still Further
Ilestrlctlng thtSale ifLlquor In
That a determined effort to still
further restrict tho liquor traffic
in theso islands, nnd especially in
Honolulu, will bo mndo at the
coming session of tho Legisla
ture is apparent from the meet
ing hold at tho Y. M. O. A. last
evening It was called by joint
committees of tho Y.M.C.A. and the
W. O. T. U. for tho pnrnoso of
discussing tho proposed measures
to bajidopfod, and to bo presonted
bofore tho joint Legislative Com
J. B. Athorton was mndo chair
man of tho meeting and W. W.
Hall secretary. Rev. H. W. Peck
wjas asked to stato tlio object of tho
meeting and said that it was
to discuss certain plans for re
ducing tho oyils arising from tho
liquor traffic in Hawaii. The
f;ontloman then proceeded to out
ino his own plan, which has al
ready been civon to readers of tlio
Bulletin in a previous issue. In
a fow words his scheme provides
for the organization of a stock
company with a capital of $200,
000 which shall control tho entire
Undo of tho islands. The net
earningB of tho corporation be
yond 0s per cent to revert to the
Mrs J. M. Whitney on behalf
of tho Woman's Christian Tempor
anco Union said that that or
ganization would bo satisfied with,
nothing less than absolute pro
hibition, but favored Mr. Peck's
proposition on tho principle that
half a loaf was better than no
Dr. Hydo favored restriction, as
ho thought it was impossible to ob
W. R. Ca8tlo gavo a synopsis of
tho proposed bill and said it em
bodied tho host features of the
Norwegian and South Carolinian
After a gonoral discussion the
following committee? was appoint
ed to appear boloro tho Legisla
tive Commission on Friday:
Messrs. Pock, Bowon and W. R.
Castle, Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Hall
and Mrs. Grooh.
Improvements are being made
to tho front of Wnterhouse's
crockery store on Queen street.
The Chineso Now Year has
made business in all tho stores
today extremely dull.
Omar Khayyam's memory was
colebratod in London recently at
a dinner given by mombors of tho
club which boars his name.
It is said that Captain Lindsay,
lately commanding of tho Coptic,
will take command of tho A V into
Star steamer Majestic on her next
Texas proposps to lay a tax of
$50 on all unmarried men 30 years
old or more unless thoy can
mako oatli that they havo tried to
marry and failed.
MiBS Phoniq King had a bad
fall from hor bicyclo on Fort
stroot about 1:45 thiB afternoon
aud narrowly escaped gotting un
der tho wheels of a passing street
Attention is cnllml fn 41, .-
coivor's salo nt auction of the
Club Stabols Co. property, n soho-
rlnln of whinli ia mimialinsl ... Jl.:
issue by James F. Morgan, auo-
uonoor. xnore are Known to bo
two rivals in tho field for its pos
session, and tho salo nt nAnn Vr-ih
day will attract much attention.
Mr. Alai died at his residence
No. 198 King street this morning.
Tho body has boon ombalmed by
Mr. Edward A. WillianiB and will
bo kopt until tho arrival of his
brother-in-law who is stoward of
tho W. G. Hall. Notice of inter-
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