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Evening Paper Published
i IMl Get ALL the Nctus.
on the Hawaiian Islands.
Subscription 75c. a month.
I ,-' foodies ALL the Triple.
Vol. If. No. 47G.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1896.
Piuoe 5 Cknts,
CRACK SHOTS AT DINNER
REVIVED FOR BUSINESS
No. 10 Store! BEAUTIFUL HAIR
I.ONI.TO IKAM I'AY TIIK Pr.Vll.TV
AT TJIK IIOTI-I..
coNsnrimo.v ami orpivKtm or
Till: ANNHXtriON cliiii.
THE EVENING- BULLETIN.
Iub1Midl rT dny rxcpt SnmlHy ct
WO Kinir Stiwt, Honolulu. 1L I.
Prr Mfmtli, ittijliew !n thu Hh-
wnlfnti Jrdnndii S "fi
Fur rimr. iottmld to Aim riwi,
, OnTtnrl, or Mrxtco lO.rfJ
tar' Vfiir, uortpnid, ithrr Koreiirn
Gmititrlm 13 W
J'lryiilil IlivnrttilV In AiIvhuim.
tftthtphon UML P. O. Box R9.
8. L FINNEY,. Manager.
'ftikff IK t
titirt I llhvo
nforiH the PlnnlerH j
Hindu connections I
rtifdbntibefoiv becoming identified
wHIf'itVMiud tlio opportunity of
fill'HtigllHHg III1 HllttllH of HCVfin.l
rttHti "" ' " My choice foil
tf!f tto oi I now n)nH"nt1 lt
ufriiMj intjf mantling in tlio bu-littit-rMMioitHiMtitity
11 ml their rolin
flrtUV. f Hilt' nrtw t 11 position to ptip-
Jl-iliwlrvd, rtii tlio following con
iftlfailN": A PiiHHtim monoy fur mules,
$! (tdtmMtK S'iO, nnd all ox
jie'ilfedraf 4Hino d hospital
,3?" W"jH-v. SttitfO for males;
.J?J'fJtr"'i4 ppr month.
jft ltditto-r to ho for ihreo
ft W rttfrHttl a pro-rata Hum
drtiffdilfy t'Y iiy period of tliH
(fHtilHtd witwh may romain nftor
itttjjW'Pfv of the itiljorr.
W nue nnfttioiH with tlio
MPA AMU STEAMSHIP
(801.. rifttn (T iwi'fl monthly, tho
TOW ,.d N tN TO MARU.
liffif' .-UlrtHi-r Into ah'ttit to ho
l'"dftoH', jr rtiv (I16 porcni4 who
(fliMioio in rompiiny :
'M -fjitttoSO, oxifinislor
Vrtwtir of TOtO and NAN i'O
rtH(W of TCJO and NAN YO
snuicM !-..' av, , I,- -
dtWC of 6o T . f p d ?,i
60HKI K<SO SUyAVKh Jfnnngor
df"(!)Iti,Mri 1 Jink.
Sfftftfcr i 1.IM0T0 .Merchant
0Sro AtrrMANOHr, Mor
ifiUrtf of f)Kn 1 and Nnwchanf?.
. IfO.rfffO MATSUSfli.MA,
jYiirijigl'i' yndn ffiinlc of Onaka.
Wo H'lifMfc your pntronnfo. Wo
Anarlirifoo fo givo All enliro Hatis
fiidtfori, (M vo imvo Ihtf most ex
p6f6AoH rfli'iii( of laborers in
.rnp"nn iri our 6mpfoy,
&. ",, Boardman,
'ofoiri AfttM for tho Jaimn Emi
KlfituWoiV ft rrtMitnl Ull'dldo Overlook
fittf flroOeettn, nd IWfeot
nU V6 Hon tt,
,J)tiU if rnu-' ofill from Ifftr.otnln.
fllWtm rtitM o'lr lry nifrtftnt.liri, no
fftftt '" himi ri.niftrlii, ( liil firovlnlon
u'tf (um( hint rMf mi4 well i for runimc.
nf(ti iii(I AiihtftW flfi, IfiilM 82 r.cr rly
l,Pf wfk MMiOAi MioMimrofxirn,
fVt-t?" f,fNOr,tV. t'rr.f...
i'f Xorifi, IIii'vmII
0Pfi" 6nf)lttlu Sanitarium
UM fhj( fund.
CtHf ffoiiKMl f'liif, wlmfl TMlncd
fiTtJ" MnxKuft, "Hwti(li Movniiifif,"
fitlWf raiirti'rHf nfiit 'J.yloil TmIuIuk
Trtf'liA IW f(ii.fliitrt(1fit,
.- - -
VlfMM AtUtm lii luhUluU (ill llivHt-
MW ifotinM "f
AM IflltlilM Ofr lillif, HUH MHHIIilNOH
mWit Ihentnq llulltlln, '(( eenTt
Light and Serviceable.
Gastle & Gooke
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stables.
l'ACIICCO it Feksandez FJIOI'S,
A Dolicato Touch 1
Koon Razors 1
Artistic Hair Cutting I
Comfortable Chairs 1
f0T" We employ none but tho most ex
erTenced TonaoriHl Artiste. Tho most
.uxuriouHly 0iolntcd Shop in tho Itl
andn, F. H REDWARD7
Conlraotor and Builder.
Olllcct mid HtoruA Ulkd up ami
ICttlinntu kUi.ii on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
W Olllio mill Hliop; Ni,, dill Tort utrut,
ndJolnliiK V. W. WrlKlit' CurrluKB Bhop.
Architect and Superintendent
C3-- Oflioo: 305 Fort streot,
SprixskolH Block, Room 5.
JioHidotico: JIawniian Ilotol.
Hotel Street Sharing Parlor,
Thrct Chalro, Drat-claaa Work.
Ilnlr OiiIIIhk lfi o.
rllmvliiff , Inc.
Il(j('1 KtlH't OpIIOhltO llullid,
Iugsl Iugsl Iugsl
)Qpfa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapoetry and Carpote,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
1ST All Just Received nt
llulnhtiii: tumti lo
niiin'b uttltc U h'. semf
and lion llnj do
Dircsay you linvo
a drawer filled ot home
IliU makes im ondur
wliat lieconics of all the tk's
that arc told-oud jtt
we're selllnir. When
JOU DUO tllL'S'J l.ilcsl
creation: you wnn'i
M onUer at the sclll'i.
l'lcMnj; wn never enlcr.
I. LEVING3T0N, - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : Wayerlcy Block-
White & Colored. Dress Goods
at 5c, Gc, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c,
lie, 12c, 13c, 14c, I5c, 16c,
18c, 20c, 25c, 30c, etc.
AccordiDg to Quality.
All Woolen Dress Goods
at 18c, 19c, 20c, 21c, 22c,
23c, 24c, 25c, 27c, 10c, 35c,
40c, 50c, GOc, 70c, 75c, 80c,
etc. According to Quality.
Other Goods in Proportion Too
Numerous to Specify.
All Goods Warranted at Lowest
Prices According to Qitalily
H. W. SCHMIDT fit SOilS,
Yon Holt Block, King Streit
All tenants and others indebted
to Liliuoknlaui will please tako
notico that tho undersigned hns
been appointed Agent of her
Estato, undor full Power of Attor
ney. Prompt payment ot indebt
edness is requested.
J. O. CARTER,
208 Merchant street,
Honolulu, Dec. 4th, 189G. 475 lm
City Curriapjo Go,, J. S, And.
rado, malinger. 11 you want o
hnok with good horso and caro
tid drivur ring up Tolopliono 113,
ooriior of Foil and Merohnnt
itroolH. Iluolc at nil houiti.
er's Hair Vi
Roups tlio scalp
ami freo from dnn
druff. It is tlio
bo.U dressing In
tho vrmiil, and Is
Those desiring to
retain the youthful
appearance of tho
v a need
Gold Medals at the World's Great Expositions.
CST" IlemrH of rlicin Imltntlom. Tlic Mini
As.', M pronihieiil m tlio wrapper, aud U
Li'inn In (lieuUm "I citcb lioltlu.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Affeuts for tho lionnblio ot Hnwail.
A Week of
The Last of
Saturday Matinee, Dec. 5,
"All Tho Comforts of
Saturday Evening, Dec. 5,
"NANCY & CO."
For Sale I
For tho neit 50 days I will offer for finli
my Coffee Ktitmo in Ulan, Ilnwnii. This
Property coiibIhU of 200 AcreH, nil miltubk
to the ruiitf of Cuffto.
107 Acrort nro clcitro I aud plrtntod.
105 Aoi oh to cofl'oe contniuiug 85,000 tiecs.
52 Acros of which being planted nearly a
C3 Acres of which is moro recently planted.
2 Acres in planted to lawn, garden and
Tho Building), 1 Dwelling IIoiibo, Japs.
nefo Houro, Llhickon IIoiibo, Corn Houxe,
Cow Btahlo and Pig l'onx.
fjr Tho Tropcrty is situnted at 18
miles on Volcano road. A good road lead
ing to tho I'lncp, titlo good nnd tfrms to suit.
GOlm Olaa, Hawaii.
"Y". M. O. A.. I-Iall,
Monday, Dec. 7, at 3 p.m.
To bo followed by a courso of lec
tures on tho aftornooiiB of Titos
day, Thursday, Salituliiy, Monday,
and Wednesday following.
y a Steady Young Married Sinn, a hitu
alion in n wholuriiilo or retail Iioum), or ax it
lima or Htorolumpor on n plantation, litis
had twi'iity'Oight yearri' uxpeiiomo. Host
of referoncuH fiiTiiinhed. Am ready for
woilt, Who wiiiits my Horviom? AddiiHH
mSaS" rs 1,ilir t0
waST" .'ssi'iS'' 'JrSMOZ'ia.n nd
I'rond Itecord or Iho Nlmrixliootcr I.nrgi M"i-ttlic nt ttm mill MkmI-Kii-Cclfliriilt'il
Mllli Npprvli rollliicnt nml Su-'c1iiiiiiIIiii
It was a lino body of mon thnt
surrounded tho festivo board in
the dining room of tho Hawaiian
Ilotol yesterday evening. Tho
Sharpshooters Company, which it
was, is truly representative of tho
physical and tnontal stamina of
Honolulu's primo. On this oc
casiou tho company, with a few
guests, dined at tho exponso of
Lieutonant J. L. McLean's team
in a recent Bbooting contest, nB
tho penalty of defeat by a team
headed by Captain W. E. Wall.
There wore prosent Capt. Wall,
Col. J. H. Sopor, Copt. Kidwoll,
Ed. Damon, l)r. Eraorson, John
Farnsworth, F. C. Rhodes, Fred.
Wikander, liev. H. W. 1'eck, J. F.
Scott, M. N Sanders, H. 1). John
son, W. T. Monsarrnt, F. S.
Dodgo, J. S. Martin, D. W. Cor
bott, A. O. Wall, J. B. Gibson, W.
H. Drummond, F. 15. Oat, W: J.
Forbes, T. King, Charles Wall, O.
J. Campbell, Harry Watorhouso,
Rev. O. P. Emorson, Joseph
Mnredou, Fred Leslie, John Cas-
aidy, Ed. Towso, J.T. Stacker and
Manager Lucas put up an
Jos. Marhdou as toaHtmaRior
after dessert had been sorved re
marked that this was tho fourth
dinner to which ho hnd cheerful
ly contributed as a loser. Ho
called ou tho captain to Bpeak for
Captain Wall gave credit for
tho proficiency of tho company to
tho patient und porsevering work
of his predecessors, Captains Kid
well aud Dodgo, and acknowl
edged the valued iuiluonco of the
press in publiahiug tho scores
and giving cordinl praiso to ex
cellence. Hq was proud of tho
averago of 88 per cent attained by
J. F. Scott snug tho always now
piece of ancient balladry, "Sally
in our alloy," in good Btylo.
Dr. Emerson recalled tho work
in tho Hold, and watching in edi
fices of church nnd state, when
troublo was faced by tho support
ers of the Government. Ho rais
ed n laugh by a roferenco to Cap
tain Kid well's nasal sormon at
tho foot of tho pulpit. Iu con
clusion ho proposod tho health of
"The Ladies," to bo honored "in
tho wiue that is not horo and in
tho water that is," coupling with
tho toast tho ono who had formed
tho latest attachmentthey might
Rev. O. P. Emerson acknow
ledged tho corn, as all oyes wero
turned to him. Ho gave an inter
esting account of tho visit ho paid
to Grooco with his bride, drawing
from tho history and features of
that country a lesson in patriot
ism. John Casflidy sang "Whoro
thoro's a will thero's a way" in
lino voico, tho company by his
lonuost taking tho chorus.
tShoit speeches wore nindo by
Capt. Dodgo, Row II. AV. Pock,
Ileurj Waterhouso, Jr ,Col. J. II.
Sopor, J. T. Stackor, Ed. Towso,
J. S. Martin, Capt. Kidwoll and
tho RuiiLUTiK representative.
Tho dinner party was a most
onjoynblo ono throughout. At an
ourly stago tho losiug toaiu gavo a
uhallongo for nuothor contest ou
tho saino terms, which having
boon promptly ncceptod tho noxt
merry meeting appears glittering
in the immedtato future.
A pntiont about finishing his
courso at tho Hagoy Institute wns
asked if ho consulorod tho treat
ment a bucccbb. "A howling sue
oohs," ho answered with oxplosivo
omphiiBis. Another pntiont do
clurofl ho cannot bear to Btay in n
room whoro tho funics of liquor
i c..ch him.
Tliiii'aloii the Chirr.
Damp weather and moro of it
threatened did not prevent a largo
gathering at tho Drill Shed Inst
night, for icorgnnizitig the An
nexation Club of nearly four years
ago. A. S. Hartwell presided.
Thoro was much enthusiasm dis
played over tho fow speeches.
J. H. Fishor submitted the fol
lowing draft of constitution from
tho coinmittco nppoiutcd nt a
meeting of tho old ofliccrs:
CONSTITUTION Or THE ANNEXATION
CLUB OF THE ItEI'l'IlLIC
1. Object: The sole object of
tho Club id and shall bo to pro
mote aud advocate tho annexation
of Hawaii to the United States of
America, aud for this end, to en
roll as members nil adult malo
residents of tho Republic of Ha
waii, irrespective of and entirely
apart from nny political party or
beliofy-who consider suchatinexa
tion desirable, aud who aro either
of aboriginal Hawaiian birth or of
Amoriean, English or European
birth or parentage.
2. Membership: Any such per
son ns meutioued iu Article 1 uiny
bocoino n momhor by signing tho
3. Oilicers: Tho ollicors of tho
Club shnll bo elected upon tho
adoption of this constitution, nntl
Bhall bo a president aud four vico
prcsidouts, a recording secretary,
a treasurer, a financial secretary
and an Enrollment Committee,
consisting of seven persons, all of
which ollicors boing members oE
tho Club shnll bo chosen annually
to hold ofiico until theii succesjnrH
bo ohoson and nccopt oflice. Any
vacancy may be filled by the ollic
ors at arty mooting of ollicors. All
tho officers shnll coust'tuto the Ex
ecutive Comniitteo of tho Club.
Tho officers may appoint Bub-com-mittees
4. Meetings: Tho Club Bhnll
moot in Honolulu on tho first
Tuesday of each month and tho
first Tuesday of Juno, annually,
for ohoico of officers and such
other business ns shall properly
come buforo it, and at such other
times as shall bo decided at a
meeting of tho Hoard of Officers,
or at tho writton request of not
less than 20 membeis.
5. Quorum: A quorum at nny
mooting of tho Club shall consist
of tho officers calling such meet
ing, nnd of not loss tlnui 30 mem
bers besides. A quorum at any
mooting of the officers shnll con
sist of tlio officers calling tho same,
and of othor officers, so ns to form
a majority of all tho officers.
G. Branch Clubs: Branch
Oluba in tho several election dis
tricts mny bo formed by nny
number of porsons, not less thnn
25 oligiblo for momborship, aud
ovory such branch club mny elect
from its own members n picsidont,
two vico presidents, it secretary
and an Enrollment Committee of
three persons. Tho secretary ot
such branch club shall promptly
roport tho names of its officers
nnd moinbors to the socrotury of
this Club, who shall in turn noli
fy tho Boorotary of such branch
club of its official number and of
the prococdings of this Club and
its officers in Honolulu.
7. Amendments: This con
stitution may be amended by n
vote of not less tlinn two thirds ot
tho mombors present nt nny moot
ing of tho Club called for tho pnr
Pobo of nny proposod amondmenf,
notico of tho Bamo hnving firpt
boon given to tho mombers per
sonally or by not loss than threo
days' notion in Bomo daily news
papers iu Honolulu.
8. Rosolutious: No resolu
tion contrary to this constitution
shall bo adopted, anil no resolu-
tion nlfoctiug tho object or orgau-