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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1896.
Phiok 5 Cen'ts.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Gastle do Cooke
A Week of
The F raw leys."
r Saturday Matinee, Dec. 5,
"All The Comforts of
Saturday Evening, Dec. 5,
"IfANOY & CO."
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"The Great Unknown."
The Honolulu Sanitarium
A Qttlct, ITomehlco I'lrtoe, whoro Trnlnod
Nurt.ua, Mowne, "Swedish Movement,"
JJatUs, Klectriwty and Physical Training
lu'ny ho obtniuecl.
P. S. KIXLOGG, M. D.,
Telephone G3'J. Kui.eriutundenl,
Ayer's Cherry Fectoral
Will relievo tho most dis
tressing cough, sootho
tho inflamed membrane,
loosen tho phlegm, and
induco refreshing sleep.
For tho euro of Croup,
Whooping Cough, Soro
Throat,- and nil tho pul
monary troubles to which
tho young aro so liable,
thcro is no other remedy so effect
A Record of nearly 60 years
Gold Medals at the World's Chid Expositions.
.P3-Tlic name, Ajur'n rlmrj 1'rttorul,
H prominent im tliu wriiiM'i'r t.ml Ii blown
III (lie (finis i e.uMi Idiltle. T il.u liii clieiiii
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole AccntH for the Rcimblio of Hawaii.
I'onr Cuiiilctlium for Opium nnd One
lor a. null
Alfred Tarvash wns found guil
ty of ussnult on Knunkii, aud his
Ah Chong, on plea of guilty,
waB fined S30 and costs for having
chefa tickets in his possession.
Kimo for trunuoy was not iro
socutcd. A nolle prosequi was entered in
favor of three Chinese for opium
in possession. Four othors plead
ed not guilty to tho Bnme charge.
Thurston & Stanley defended
them, while Doteotivo Kaapu con
ducted tho prosecution. Olm
Kim, Ah Ohitn and All Tuck woro
found guilty and lined SCO aud
costs each. Tho other man was
Ah Sang and Lum Wn woro
tried also lor opium. The former
was discharged, tho latter fined
$65 and costs.
Several casea wont over to u
The Double Wedding.
Elsewhoro tho recordB of tho
double marriage lust night are
printed. It was a very pleasant
family wedding, a recherche sup
per being served after the cere
mony. Tho brides woro tastefully
appareled in white, ltev. Alex.
Mackintosh, who fastened tho
saored bonds, had ouly on one
previous occasion, in u ministry
of thirty odd years, had tho plea-
Buro ul oiiiciaung in a aouuio
marriage. After tho supper Mr.
Mauson bore off hia bride
to his house, newly built
on tho Waikiki road. Mr.
and Mrs. Waldron drove to
their homo at Kapiolnni and Vic
toria streots. Tho Bulletin cor
diallywiBhea Mr. Mauson, for a
long tirao its esteemed news gath
erer, aud his bride a long wedded
career of unalloyed bliss. It
would alHO express like sontirnoutB
towaid Mr. Waldron and bride,
knowing that goutlemau as a
worthy man over since his arrival
Old Ilrown HtkH.
Cheater A. Doyle, tho Japanese
interpreter, has come into posses
sion of an ancient weapon. It is
a flintlock smoothboro inuskot of
tho British service, and Btamped
with tho dato 1793. Its bore i'b
about an iuch in diameter. Tho
musket was tukon from a crazy
Malay laloly sent off tho streots to
the a.yhun, and lm had got it oil'
the iiaik i iv liiti.i, wioie Iju.I l,na
lately been broken up in tho har
bor. n in i ,w w 4m ii - i ii
Ed. Towse nud E. A. Williams
went bondsmou for A. L. Morris
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
WHAT WAS nOMH AT THE ftlKKr-
Llroii'.e lo Ctilnpiio rirIrlnii-lii'
Rltccllon of i:nitt:rnii(M In Jnpmi
At tho mooting of tho Board of
Health yesterday thoro woro pro
sout: W. O. Smith, president;
Drs. EmoTsou, Day and NVood, T.
F.Lansing, O.A.Brown aud JD.Ko
liipio, mombors; Drsv Monsarrat,
inspector, Herbert, Alvarez and
Howard; 0. B. Reynolds, exocu
Dr. Monsarrat roportod 159 bul
locks slaughtered and tho inspec
tion of 01 subjects of tho mitiga
Mr. Koliipio had inspected CO,
000 fish 'it tho Honolulu market.
Hong Sui Lun, a Ohineso phy
sician, having passed a satisfac
tory examination, was recommend
ed for a liconBO.
Wah Ki'Oj laundryman, peti
tioucd in vain to bo allowed lo
"wash irou" on King Btreet in
stead of at tho public lauudry.
It was de-jidi'd to send homo
aliens of diseased mind who had
not tho moans of paying their
passage;. Dr. Herbert said that
Oliiueso and Japanese nsuallv
asked for leave to seud their
alllicted friends home. The pres
ident complimented Dr. Herbert
for conducting tho asylum winun
Through W. G. Irwin & Co.,
ageutri, a Japanese steamship
company asked that emigrants for
Hawaii should only bo reguired
to pasB ono medical examination,
and that at Yokohama. Dr. Eld
redgo, medical inspector,proforied
a similar request, but said he
would continue inspections at
Kobo while smallpox was preva
lent Uiero. It was agreed to au
thorize tho inspector to modify
tho regulations as soon as his
Tho President staled that tho
Executive was agreeable to send
ing a delegate to the Congress of
Loprologiats iu Norway if it should
have tho countenance of other
He also reported on the official
visit to Molokai.
Mr. Eeynolds was instructed lo
Beo what a boiler for heating
water at tho Grils' Homo would
cost. Ho was also authorized to
have a butchor shop put up at
A petition from some inhabi
tants of tho sottlomont had some
prayers granted aud otherB denied.
Another ono to remove Superin
tendent 11. AV. Meyer received no
favor. A petition from a young
fieoplo's religious Booioty, uskiug
or preventive measures against
distilling liquor on Molokai, was
not discussed becauso distilling is
already prohibited by penal
Jiuii Not JIe I'Nnim.
Carotakor E. J. Grcouo of tho
Executive building grounds says
ho does not give Uowers to the
chinches. When Iheie is a Bur
plus of bloom ho gives flowers to
anybody who asks for thorn, rich
or poor, and occasionally senda
some to sick folks. Any impres
sion that may havo boon sont
abroad, to tho ollVot that he is
placing flowers belonging to tho
public in competition with the
productions of private floriats, is
utterly without foundation. Mr.
Greouo has especial roforouco to
tho following paragraph iu this
morning's Advertiser, which ho
desires to havo corrected at tho
carliost possiblo momont to pre
vent anybody from going to un
"All the churches and the hos
pital an MLpphul with cut iloveni
by Supl. Gieeno of tho Exooutivo
King Bros.' aro closing out a
lino of photo albums aud pluBh
toilet sots at cost.
RECORD OF PESTILENCES
Hi:l'OllTS II Y THE CHINA TO Till:
noAiiii or iiK.ti.rii.
riccuiitlniiK ullli ii t'lrfRiir Mil at
niiHUKiiiig; DlHcrntliiti AIIimxmI
Ilia H.M.iclN As'iit In J hiii.
W. O. Smith, Attornoy-Gonoral
aud President oE tho Board of
Hoalth has received, reports from
tho medical agonls in Chiua and
Japan by today's mail.
Dr. Jordan, tho inspector at
Hongkong, roportB tho condition
of health at that port as good.
Tho plague has disappeared. A
steamer infected with tho plague
nnd having a largo utimbor of emi
grants on board from Singaporo
for Amoy lately arrived thoro.
Tho authoiities took vory care
ful and Btrict precautionary mea
sures and had the sick properly
treated. Twenty or thirty diod.
After tho ship was disinfected sho
was sont on her wuy, without
having been allowed to hold any
communication with tho shore.
Dr. Eldredgo reports tho small
pox opidomio ot Kobe, Japan, as
about the same. Tho port is still
under the ban as infected.
i Cholera at Yokohama and Tokio
1 is roported as abating and not
i now sovoro.
J "The regulation which wo sont
i to Dr. Eldredgo two weeks ago,"
Baid Mr. Smith to tho reporter,
" ''reuuiriugja fivo days' quarantine
i of all steoiuge pasbengeis, will bo
m dified to this oxtout that wo
leavo a good deal to tho disci otion
ot Dr. JUdretlgo in tho matter."
Tho following is from Tho
Friend, oraphnsis of capitals be
ing hero preserved:
Thirty thousund Republican
sppakors aro said to havo worked
on tho stump day and night for
weeks piecediug tho election.
Over 17,000 woro in tho am ploy
of tho National llopublican Com
mittuo iu tho doubtful States.
That means some millions of
money paid to stump orators
alone, besides all other campaign
outlays, justifiablo or corrupt.
There is no doubt that the "sound
money" men wont deeply into
their pockets, as they had qood
cause to do. After all their victo
ry is only a temporary ono. Tho
causo of Bimetalism, or honest
mouoy, will nover rest, until
Silver has been restored to its
rightful placo as ono half of tho
world's Primary Mouoy, and
Gold dollars ceaso to buy two
dollars worth of products, as they
now do, to tho distross and povor
ty of tho produoing olasses, and
tho inequitably gained profit of
If you want to find out what a
dollar will purchase in tho way of
grocorios for Cbri-dmns, just bring
one along to tho Palama Grocery,
and you will bo surprised at its
purchasing power. Celestials aro
usually close buyers, and tho tact
that wo servo a good number of
thorn speaks volumes for our
prices. H. Cannon, Pnlaraa Gro
cery, opposito Hail way Depot,
King street. Tolophono 7CC every
Iu every drop of impure beer you
drink. By far tho greater pro
portion of kidney tioublo is duo
to its use. No need of your drink
ing it. Soattlo Boor is puro. It's
browed of tho finest hops and
malt, aids digestion, promotes
health and preserves it. On tap
or in bottles at tho Critorion Sa
loon. Kiofgor Pianos, .-v, , Latin tune,
Jas.W. llorgstroni, solo agont, cash
or installments. Wuiorooms at
G. West's, Masonic Tumplo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. E25"" Tolo
NEWS FROM THE ORIENT,
MIlKUfY OF TUB I'RKNS M I ILL
I.AC'ICIN(J I.N JAPAN.
Nph Vlrrroy Ilcnoiiiiccd-Oiitltrrnlc nrj
l'liiciie in l'iriiinii I'mnro I
Tho following itoniB are gather
ed from Yokohama papers by the
I China. European news in them
i is mostly ancient.
Tho Tokio Nichi Nichi nows
papei has been susponded by tho
Government for reasons not made
Tho Yokohama Herald saj'B:
"Tho Nippon Yuson Kaisha havo
decided to send an extra steamer
lienco direct to Seattle. Tho Brit
ish S. S. Agapauthus has been
chartered and' will sail on or about
tho Gth December, ftot calling at
A Tokio paper reports that on
the 18ih iuBtant Japanoso Bonds
in London roso to 105g, British
Consols backed slightly to 110;
silver foil ouo-sixteeuth.
Paris Lo Temps states that
Franco has taken measures to
safeguard forthwith Freuch rights
in tho Dahomey Hintorlaud and
on tho Niger, in tho event of tho
Niger Company attoinntiue; to
lhe Jupau Herald coudemus
tho Government for its interfor
ouco with liborty of tho press.
The Formosa correspondent of
the North China Daily Nows
writes: "That the Japanoso can
not hope to live in closo quartors
with Ohineso filth and oscapo
unscathed ia ovidenced by tho
alarmiug outbreak of bubouio
plaguo in North Formosa. Oil
tho 23th of last month in Taipoh
fu city three Japanoso post car
riers were found suffering with
what resembled tho plaguo. This
led to a careful search by the
polico throughout tho surround
ing district, which brought forth
ton now cases. But two of that
number woro Chineso. Tho next
day fifteen new cases were dis
covered. Tho third aud fourth
days brought tho number up to
thirty six cases, aud at present
tho total is more, than seventy.
About ono-third of tho number
This sarcastic item is from the
Japan Herald: "Respectable
nativoa in Formosa, sayB our
Nagasaki contemporary, have to
wear a badgo issued by tho Jap
anese authorities, so that they can
bo identified as not belonging to
tho common classes, aud thus be
protected from tho insult of tho
Japaneso soldiory. This speaks
well for tho Japanoso soldiery.
Tho badgo ia a red flannel affair
with a chrysanthemum embroid
ered on it."
Tho Canton correspondent of
tho Hongkong Tolograph reports
that the now Viceroy is bitterly
hated by tho masses; that ho
messes nnd muddles up official
business; is firm whoro ho should
be easy, and exhibits forocity
when ho should oxerciso discre
tion and tact. Large quantities
of arms and ammunition aro Baid
to bo pouring into Kwangtuug
and Kwangsi provinces through
ovory aviulabla channel and the
Viceroy is reported to be very uu
ensy becauso ho has loason to ho
liovo tho secret sooieties aro vory
active throughout South China.
It appears, in fact, that thero is
every prospect of tho mosses ris
ing in the southern provinces in
the near futuro nud in such a de
termined manner that tho insur
rection will not bo easily sup
pressed. Latest nows from Bombay states
that tho plaguo is dying out there,
as well as in Calcutta.
Wall, Nichols Co. aro the bid"
vid i vdu-.u a," nK lor Fuiih'h
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was dolivorod to them today.
People on tho other inlands who
wish a copy can socuro ono
promptly by addressing tho abovo
IN THE HIGHER COORTS
I IH'.OISI'tN or JlllMli: t'AKTKK
iti:i,Aiivi: to a Titusr.
Ho flenlet nil Anjillrnflnu for Hit Order
( 4'onvoy Property Held
Judge Carter has rendored a
decision on a petitiou of Stolla
Keomailani, now Stolla Cockott,
for an ordar authorizing and direc
ting tho trustee to pay ovor to hor
a part of tho corpus of tho proper
ty convoyed by a certain truet
deed of the petitioner.
Tho deed aib oxecuted by hor
before marriage, convoying roal
estato to A. J. Cartwright iu trust,
to pay tho ronts and profits to hor
during hor life, and at her death
to convey tho proporty to her
heirs at law. '1 ho trustoo upon
tho request of the settlor has tho
power to Bell the property de
scribed in the deed, and is requir
ed to hold tho proceeds of such
sale upon tho samovtrusts as aro
provided iu the deed for tho pro
"Bruco Cartwright is tho regu
larly appointed successor of his
fathor A. J. Cnrtwright under tho
deed of trust.
"A part of tho real oalatu has
been converted into cash upon
the request of the settlor as pro
vided by tho deed, and sho now
seeks by this potitiou to reaoh a
part of tho proceeds of such sale.
"Thoro is no power of revoca
tion resorved iu tho deed. Tho
absonco of such a power in a com
pleted voluntary trust or settle
ment has been treated very differ
ently in different jurisdictions.
In tho cao of Afong vs. Afong,
5 Haw. 191, tho court adopted
tho rulo as statod in Bisphara
"'Whoro tho intent to make an
irrevocable gift is perfectly op
paiontor whore, even in tho nb
seuco of such n clear intent, a
sufiiciout motivo such bb pro
tection agaitiBt tho grantor's own
extravagance, or the like for
making such a gift exists, tho
settlement cannot bo distuibed.
But when tho delibornto intent
does not appear and no motivo
exists, the absence of a powor oE
revocation is prima facio ovidonco
"But tho settlor cannot reqniro
that tho trustee pay ovor to hor a
part of the estato convoyed. Tho
deed is in full force, and tho
corpus, or any part thereof, can
not bo reached by tho settlor, sho
having reserved simply a life es
tate. "Tho deed can only be attacked
by proceedings to sot aside tho
Bamo. Application denied."
Cecil Brown for petitioner.
Tho licensos to sell awa for ono
year woro sold by auction at tho
Interior Ollico today. J. A.
Ilassiugor, tho chiof olerk, offici
ated, aud tho results wero as fol
lows: Honolulu 0. K. Ai S1C00
Koolaupoko 0. K. Ai 105
Waialua Kaiaikawaha .... 2H0
Ewa and Waianao C. K. Ai 101
Thoro wore no biddors for tho
privilego in Koolauloa.
Six .llOlltllt IllllldH.
Boforo Minister Coopor wont
away on his prosont tour, ho gavo
oulers wilh tho Executive's sanc
tion, that all Chineso in tho coun
try on six months' residonco per
mits, who had overstayed their
limit, should be notified to leavo
tlio couutn ul 'uiv ul- havo their
bonds forfeited. Tho Marshal
has iu hand nn execution on n
judgment for $500 against
Georgo Cavonaugh na tho bonds
man o a derelict Ohineso sojourner.
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