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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1896.
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FOR THIS WEEK THE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Etageres, Inlaid Desks,
Hand Carved Ivory,
Tortoise Shell Combs
KNICK KNACKS I
KNIOK KNACKS 1
In Tiifiriito Variety !
A now lurgo consignment ot
We Winn to glo notice that C. D. Chaso
no longer nets (or the Gerumniu Lifo
InsuriiiiCH Company of New York. Wo
take )lHiimiro in iinuouiicing that Mr.
C. It. Cintis-i, a perfectly leliublo anil
gontlcumuly unn, wil. remain in Honolulu
lor tho present to attend to tho afl'iUrn of
TUE GEU.MANIA LIPK 1NSUKANCE
O iMl'ANY OF NUW YUltIC
By it.s Attorney,
J. ALFItED MAaOON;
Dated Honolulu, Hoileinber 17, 181)0.
Notioe ia hereby t'lven that I, tho niuler
pignert, linn thltf dny iven n full power uf
attorney to Mr. Au Con Olieo.of Knpaa,
Island of Kaunl, who will act for me
dnring my nbaemo from tho Islands.
Datod at Haualei, Kauai, AnR 3 1st, 1890.
3C0.ini TAM SEE S12D WO.
Duriufj Mr. Hoardmnn's absence, Mr.
Ewinp will havo charge of my books and
attend to all collections. Ho cau be found
i either nt Mr. Iloardmau's ollico at Ugura tc
Co.'b or at my office.
333-tf Dlt. HEItBERT.
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' mm&iw mtuu0
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Will relievo tho most dis
tressing cough, sootlio
tho inflampd membrane,
loosen tho phlegm, nnd
induco refreslilng sleep.
Por tho euro of Croup,
Whooping Cough, Sore
Throat, nnd nil tho pul
monary troubles to which
tho young arc so liable,
there is no other remedy so effect
AM of mitt 60 years
Gc!d Medals at Ihe Vo:!d's Cl-.lcl Expositions.
3-Tlio!inmp, Avi-r'n Cliorry IVctnrnl,
I prominent nu tlm wriinpci tinl Ji liloun
In tliefl.isi nt t.uli Loire. T.iku mi cheap
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Republic ot Ilnwaii.
LEWERS & OOOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves iUclf abont yonrLawn. Travcla
in a straight lino or a circlo Stops autom
atically. Hot for any length of hose.
T' No buoIi Spilnklcr has ever liccn
placed on the market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
473 Fort Street,
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
Thoro nro G Lots at Waiki
ki, lying on the "Wnikiki side
of Kalia Road for salo, about
11 G feet makai of Waikiki
Tiioso lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
EE5T For further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, 1 0 West,
Aug. 18. 189G. 384-lru
French Claret !
Has rocoived a large consignment of
Frenoh . Clarot "Wine
ffiT Ex "Miowera." Ucht Wine in tho
IN THE OIIIOUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Inland. In the
Matter ot tho Bankruptcy of Walter A.
Wright of Waimeo, Kauai. CrcditorH of
tho said Dnukrupt aro hereby notified to
como iu aud prove their debts before- tho
Clerk of tho Cirenit Court of the First Cir
cuit, ut tho Court House iu Honolulu, on
MONDAY, tho 28th day of September,
1800, between the hours of ten o'clock in
the forenoon and noon of tho said day, and
elect an ABsigtue, or Asaignees, of the said
Ily the Court.
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Mri Ahiai.rfflte iimili r.Triyjpgaaa
HE HIT THE WRONG MAN
K. t'OSHPUUEA II I) HUSTAKK
WITH J' ITIIEll ciiohi,i:v.
And VTnn Soiiinlly TliriiHlioil JIu
Mtritch una 'llirviilcnvil to Kill
tlm i'lfruj iiiiiii.
Tlio following i'b from tho 8tin
Francisco Report of September
17. 13. It. Fous taught in tho
Bump school with his wife on
Knutii baforo being Hurroiulurnd
to tho California authorities.
Upon returning hero after being
pnrdonod ho ncteil us delivery and
collecting agent for tho Standard
R-v. Father B. O. Orowby,
Secretary and Manager of tho
Youths' Directory, soundly
thrashed B. R. Fosh, an ex-School
Superintendent of Plumas coun
ty, yestorday afternoon in dofonbo
of tho lattor's six year-old son
Percy, whom Foss was forcibly
taking from tho Marshal Primary
School, on Mission, between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
To a "D. It." reporter Father
gave tho following ao-
tho affair: "IV weeks
li. R. Fo3s came to tho
Directory with throe
beautiful children. She said alio
had been to different institutions
and thoy would not take them.
We said we would tako them, of
course. Wo never ask questions
about the religion of tho children
who ore brought to up. No matter
itlin- tltiiii vnlioiiifi in t itnit
trv to chancre it. The mother iu '
this case is u very strong Protest-
auk She taught school iu IIo no
lulu to make a living for tlio.so
three children. She hnd to leavo
Honolulu about four months ago
in order to escape her husband,
who was a drinking mau aud of
ten abused her.
"The husband was a Superin
tendent of Schools iu Plumas
couuty iu 189-1. Being short in
liia fiii-wlu Iia (In1 tliita fltnfn nrwl
wont to Honolulu, from where ho '
, ,v..,i;.-ri 0...1 Di,,t.,,,i i
W tt(? LALl IIUllUU ltllV4 oumu&jwu4 kW
two years' impr sonmont for em
bezzlement. bix months after
ward he was pardoned out and re-1
turned to Honolulu, where his
wifo was teaching school.
"The mother is tho guardian of
tho children, and they were re
ceived into tho Diroctory. It is a
rule of tho Diroctory that tho pa
rent leaving tho children shall bo
considered their guardian until
tho court decided otherwise. At
nny time Mrs. Foss should como
for her children wo should deliver
thorn to her as their guardian.
"Tho fathor, B. R. Foeh, called
at tho Marshall Primary School,
which little Porcy was attending.
Tho school is on Mission street,
between Fourteenth and Fifteenth,
aud attempted to take tho child
away by force.
"1 was notified, and I met Foss
and ondeavorcd to release tho
child, who was crying and strug
gliug to get away fiom tho father,
and did not want to go with him.
Fobs abused mo vory strongly and
Btruck me. Forgetting my cloth,
I chastised him. After the beat
ting 1 gavo him ho war dazed and
could hardly stand up. 1 sup
ported him, howovor, and took
him aud tho child to tho nearest
polico station. On tho wuy wo
mot officer Folsom.
"I should say when Foss first
abused mo ho threatened to draw
a six shooter on me, and, having
heard that ho had threatened to
kill his wifo, I had to bo vory
careful. At tho station Foss was
searched by Lioutonant Burko,
who found on him, not a pistol,
but a copy of an A. P. A. magaz
ine, together with A. P. A. circu
lars. "At tho Marshall Primary ho
told tho principal, Mrs. Walker,
that ho had boen trying to locate
his children for somo time and
could not havo succooded without
tho assistance of tho A. P. A., and
bping a membor of that society ho
did not wish to havo his children
in our charge"
Father Crowloy iu conclusion
said ho regretted having had to
nan force. At tho Btation Fathor
Crowley assisted tho officers in
cleaning Foss' clothing and othor
wist removing the traces of liis
It is not gonomlly known that
Father Crowloy, who is one of tho
most modest of n n and who is uni
vorsully beloved for his noble work
for tho assistance of poor and
abandoned childrt'ii, was once a
miner upon the Camstock lodo.
IIo worked ns a commou minor in
tho Opliir and other mines, and is
nuturally of a stalwart 'build and
well able to take his own part in
a rtrngglo if uecossary.
itniu:ur i.ouis sii.v:so.v.
Lord ltoNckrry Slurfo it i!lo rmciit for
Ex-Governor Cleghorn has fav
ored tho Bulletin with cutting
from tho Edinburgh Scotsmnn of
August i!5, containing tho follow
ing lottor from Lord Rosebory
and au editorial article seconding
"Dalmony Park, Ediuburgh,Au
gust 23, 1890.
"Snt, Now that Parliament has
for tho moment subsided, I veu
luro to ask through your columns
a question that has long beon on
my mind. Is nothing being done
to commemorate Robert Louis
"It may bo that some, iu this
age of indiBcriminating testimo
nial aud tributo, may think that
tho samo distinction which attach
ed to the undocoratod Castloreagh
at tho Congress belougs to a
genius who has no memorial but
his work. TIiib may do for the
man, but it is a slur on hi? conn-
tr'. . How will this generation
fitimil with nostontv lE it neulect:
to show its appreciation of a con
summate and delightful artist,
whoso originality and imagination
have enriched our litoraturo as
well as our time ? Hence in our
own iuterest, not for tho sake of a
nnmo which noods no such service,
I ask my question. 1 remain, your
obedient sorvnnt, RasEBintY."
Iu its editorial the Scotsman
says: "Whatover postority may
bavo to think
ami that enn :
and say or him
now bo only a mat
ter of opinion thoro is no doubt
at all that Stevenson's contempo-
nod "u fe n (lc0P 'lob ou
joymeut. Ho was, as Lord Roso-
i bury says, 'a consummate and de
lightful artist whoso originality
1 and imagination havo enriched
our literature as well as our timo.'
He was a groat contributor to tho
delight and happiness of his con
temporaries. His stylo had an ex
quisito charm. Ho was ono of
our most fascinating essayists. Ho
was a true, if not a great, poet,
and was a prince among romantic
story tollers. Purity, sweetness,
and liaht wore characteristic of
all he wrote. He has loft uothiug
that unyono could wish unwritten.
Nothing olfonsivo to tho moral
judgment, and vory littlo unsatis
fying to the critical taste, over foil
from his pen. His books aro a
fouutain of enjoyment. For all
this his countrymen and contem
poraries owo his memory a dobt
of gratitude which they have now
nn opportunity of showing that
they feel by responding to Lord
ISeitiillliil Hulit at the Anchor.
Anyone entering tho Anchor
saloon during businesH hour?, or
in the evening, is iinmi'diatoly
charmed by tho handsome array
of gauio biidB- teal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, otc, which decor
ates the bar. They aro all stuffed
as you will lie, with rich, nourish
ing beer, cold and clear, and with
tho palatablo viands of tho liiueh
couutor. Tho Seattle beer, Fred
ericksburg beer, fine wiuos and
liquors aro of tho best quality aud
always fresh. Evory Australia
brings a largo consignment and
Mr. Cunniugham uses ovory idoa
which his massive brain suggests,
to please his patrons. The Anohor
is now tho most popular saloon in
town. 1 and 3 King street.
ThoUniversalStoves and Itimgos
aro going oil' liko hot cakes at the
Pacific Hardwnro Co.
WAIKIKI HOTEL MATTERS
HOW ADJOINIMl IIKAI, F.ST TK
wii.i. ii r. Arri:oiKi.
Property Owner. In tlio Vicinity Al-
inoMl n Unit In I'avnr of Mir
In a recent intorviow with Sen
ator Waterhonso ou tho Waikiki
Hotel inatter that gontleman ad
vanced tho proposition thnt tho
granting of a liquor license to tho
proposed hotel would result in
tho depreciation of tho value of
property in tho neighborhood aud
ho gave that as ono of his argu
ments why he, as a property own
er, opposed tho granting of a li
ceuso and, as would naturally fol
low, tho building of ahotol. These
views of tho Senator wero bo much
at varianco with thoBO expressed
by othors who wero interviewed
ou the subject that tho Bulletin
has deemed them worthy of fur
So far as cau be ascertained not
a singlo proporty owuor in tho
vicinity lms made any objection
whatevor to the proposed hotel
and liquor license. Senator Water
I101180 stands alone, and it should
bo mentioned that his block of
proporty is a good milo from
tho proposed location of tho
hotel. Tho principal proporty
owners who would bo af
fected by tho building of tho hotel
aro W. W. Dimond, Frank Hus
taco, J. M. MeOheBuoy, J. Stoiuor,
Tom Wright, 11. M. von Holt, U.
S. Cunha, Frank Brown, W. G.
Irwin, H. J.Nolto, Fred Harrison
and Juduo Hart. With tho Sans
Souci and Spreckels proprty and
tho Bishop and Kapiolaui estutcs
tho above list is about cotnploto.
All of these properties aro as near
to tho hotel site as Senator Wntor
housf's, and most of them in the
direct vicinity, and yet not ono of
them has opposed tho hotel propo
sition but ou tho contrary nearly
all of them havo signed the peti
tion iu its favor. Would thoy havo
done so if thoy believed tho grant
ing of a liquor liconso tothojiotel
would cause a doterioratiou in tho
value of their homes and hold
An intorviow was obtained for
tho Bulletin this morning with a
gentloman who has much to do
with tho control of ono of tho
largest of tho properties mention
ed above, but ho consented
to express his views on tho
question only on tho condition
that his name should not bo print
ed. He said:
"I havo been much amused at
somo of tho arguments advanced
in tho various interviews the Bul
letin has horetoforo published.
Personally I doolined to sign tho
petitions eithor for or agaiust tho
license. 'I declino to sign any
kind of petition because I am
getting along in years and desire
to keep out ot controversies ot all
kindB. With regard to tho effect
tho proposed hotel would havo on
adjoining proporty thoro cau bo
but 0110 opinion. It could novor
result in lowering roal osfato val
ues, t ven if tho saloon attachment
should becomo ns bad as somo
pi'oplo seem to hopo it may ho.
That would bo unpleasant to tho
neighbors, I will admit, but thoy
have it in thoir power to stop it
whonovor it bocomos a nuisance.
But there is no reason why it
should bo so, and tho owners of
tho proporty could not afford to
lot it become so.
Mr. Desky seems to havo the
right views of tho mattor, and 1
can endorse thorn from my own
oxporionco in this city. Let mo
ask what has built up
the neighborhood of Alakea
street? Was it not tho removal of
tho Custom House and othor pub
lic buildings from thoir old loca
tion on Merchant stroot to their
present quarters? Of courso it
was. And tho Bamo would bo
truo if tho public buildings wero
moved to Nuuanu Valley or Wai
kiki. Tho some reasoning applies
to hotels, sanitariums and similar
enterprises which attraot people
to a particular spot; tho nrrnnnd
ing proporty invariably becomes
moro and more, valuable. Why
do people donalo town lots in tho
States for tho building of 11 rail
raul depot? Why, because a do
pot is alwaysthe nucleus of in
creased building operations and
consequent increaso in tho value
of surrounding real property. I
havo road Senator Waterhouso's
argument and would liko to see i
ho would not accept a goxl round
monthly rental for his property
at Waikiki if tho projocted hotol
was to bo built there instead of on
the Peacock premises.
"As to tho advisability of locat
ing tho now hotel at Waikiki, that
is a mattor which concerns tho
projectors. If it wore locnted at
Nuuanu valley it would resnlt in
an improvement of values in that
vicinity. As to tho granting of n
liquor liconso to tho proposed
hotol I prefer not to bo quoted. I
havo my own opinion on tho mat
ter but prefer not to make it pub
lic. Anything else I hnvo enul you
may use if you think it worth
In tho list of property owners
given above tho Long Biancb pro
perty was not moiitioncd. Tho
writer was asked by ono of thoso
whom ho has iuterviowed why tho
projectors of tho hotel did not so
euro this property as woll ns their
own. The nnswor is that tho
forms of Mr. Sherwood's lease
from Mr. Judd forbid tho salo of
liquors ou his premises. This is,
doubtless, tho reason why ho can
not hold n liquor liconso and does
not allow any liquor sold there.
Jniimipiin l!iiikor In KiifClniid.
Tho Foreign and Colonial Im
porter and British Trade Review,
Loudon, for September has tho
Tho presidont of tho Yokohama
Specie Batik, Mr. Sonoda, with n
rotiuuo of four gentlemen con
nected with the bank, Mr. Huya
kawa, of tho Bank of Japan, and
Messrs. Fuwa, Honda, and Mino
be, of tho Mikado's Financial De
partment, arrived in this country
early iu August. Tho Secretary
of 1 10 JapanoBo Consulato stated
to a representative that tho visit
of these gentlemon of finance is
not altogether unconnected with
tho payment of the Chinese war
indemnity, collected by tho Bank
of England, eighteen million ster
ling of which has already beon
transferred to Japan's bank
account. But thoy nro not horo
to deal with that mnttor alone.
3IIlii7 Ynlo Crow Cniitnln.
Mrs. Judd this morning show
ed a Bulletin reporter tho photo
graph of Ralph B. Tread way,
captain of the Yalo crew that
wont to England this summer,
who was reported in our foreign
uows suinmnry ns having disap
peared. Ho was a frioud of tho
I Judd boyB at Yale, one of whom
I went as a substitute with tho
j Honloy regatta crow. His pictnro
, shows an exceedingly liandaonio
and stalwart young man. Tho
news of his disappearance caino
I a3 briefly as this paper gavo it, in
I a dispatch to tho Chronicle from
1 Sioux City, Iowa. Tho Judd
I brothers aro back to their studios
nt Yalo, and thoir photographs
also seen indicate that they aro in
Wiih liiiuvrii In K0110I11I11.
An itom was inserted in tho
shipping column yestorday, an
nouncing tho drowning of ono
Captain Holland from tho schoon
er Ivy, which ho commanded. It
was thought possiblo that it might
bo tho samo mau that commanded
tho brig Hazard, when sho was ro-
cruitiug laborers in tho South
sous, who was woii-khowu in .Ho
nolulu. Ho later left tho San
Francisco baikoutino Douglass on
a reef iu the South Seas. A priv
oto lottor from San Francisco in
dicates that this is tho man who
Dr. Woddick left on thoH:ill
this moruiug for Maui, whoro his
mnrriogo to Miss Baldwin will
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