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TH IMCEY INSTITUTE
tin: mi ai,iii:nt amiits
titmi) ui;m-i, in.
Wl Sroi-.i Iln.'J'-..'U Club
" julinoiil fif 'their
i .ilny ovoiiiug a Bulli.tin
ri'lv..... ciisuuliy dropped into
',- oE tbo Ilngoy pooplo ou
ot. A lnryo uuinber of
t. in Mir Institute, hoiuo
mplulcd nud others uu-
fho troatmout. Udou
ii wns lenrnud thrtt, sinco
t ..,.a'. oppuud itd doors the
fii f November, forty-tbroo
p-rrioiis lmd ontored. Of this
nuinbor twenty have completed
tbo annuo nud twenty three are
now being treated.
Aiuoiifj tba lifil of those who
In vo finifilicd the courso are
ninny liicu who today aro nn
bouoi lo (he community in which
they livo, proud of their redemp
tion and livinp. walking testimo
n;i'' "f the efficacy of tbo treat
ui -in. r ive men who two months
uj-o wito not earning a rcspeutu
b!i- living aro today filling
positions of trust, some
of them receiving salarioH
ranging iw high as SloO a month.
There me others, mechanics and
artienns, who aro working ovoiy
day nud earning from four to six
dollars a day, Miuh contributing to
thn crcnenil piospority of the Inl
ands, who several weeks ago wero
' themselves or tbo
c .. ........tj on account of their
di inking habits.
As Mr. Kirkpatrick remarked
to tbo roportor: "Every man who
is dopontlent upon tbo esorciso of
his bruin ami brawn for a living
is a cbatge upon the community
at largo wbou ho by excessive
di" ' N unfitted for labor, ami
ovi-ry mnn who by bis skill and
ingenuity contributes to tbo mat
erial wealth of the country is a
beiiefactor to that extent. Tliero
is one of tbo moat canablo men on
tbo Islands in bis line, ship car
pentering, who could earn five
dollurs ovory day ho would work
and whoso services aro in demand
aud have been in demand, yet
who on account of drinking lias
not worked ono-tbird of his timo
during the past yoar. Ho today
is in tbo Institute, and wbou bo
is roliovcd of all do
Biro or inclination to drink
and goes to bis work again, not
only ho but tbo community at
largo aro gainers thereby. Walk
in and seo tbo boys tako their
Bbot.'" One by ono they filed into
tbo dispensary and received their
treatment, consisting of a hypo
dermic injection and a tonic.
"Four times u day this treat
ment is given. No, tbero has
been no complaint of soro arms,
and tbo fact that many of thorn
aro daily engaged in heavy manu
al labor is conclusive evidence
that tbero is no inconvenionco
caused by the injection."
"The treatment has nothing
whatever harmful in it nnd its
offects aro decidedly holpful.
Tako a man who iR drinking when
ho comes into tbo Institute. In
about throQ or four days, if bo
continues to use liquor, ho will
find that his dcajco is decroasiug
and a disgust taking its place, and
if ho drinks aftor this poriod it
produces a nausea which causes
the stomach to soon rid itself of
tbo whisky. Fiom that timo on
until tho treatment is completed
tbero is a gradual improvement iu
tbo appoaranco and physical con
dition of tbo man.
"Somobavo an idea that thoro aro
unpleasant aud injurious after ef
fects. Such can rest assured that
tbero is nothing harmful whatever
iu the treatment. In an ox
poriencn of many years there has
never bpon an instance where- a
pnrsou has complained of uny ill
effects. But ou tho contrary thoro
are thousands of men and womon
Continued on 8th Page.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY G,
THE MASONIC NEW YEAR
.- HAXiii.T up
j IiiHrclimi"-,. m Ann-lilt lr Wills otl,i-r
I.nilu-Pk Krmilnr iiinl VoliiiilPrr
Oiliceis of Pacific Lodge, No.
822, Ancient Seollieb Kite of Frco
, nnd Accepted Masons, wero in
stalled for the oiidiing year yes
i terday ovouing at Masonic Tom
I pie. After the work of the Lodge
closed, tbero waB adjournment to
j tbo banqueting room for refresh
ments. Tho following is tbo list
John Phillips, llighl Worship
C. li. ltipley, Depute Muster.
V. B. Auerbach, Substitute
N. E. Gedge, Senior Warden.
W. A. Whiting, Junior Warden.j
W. O. Atwalor. Treasurer.
It. II. Williams, Secretary.
Ed. Hughes, Sonior Doacon.
Thos. Dlrtck, Junior Deacon.
E. F. Bishop and L. O. Abies,
F. h. lloogs, Inner Guard.
It. F. Lniige, Chaplain.
J. M. Angus, Tyler.
Those attending-lodge, who,
with a very fow exceptions, all
remained to tho banquet, wero in
follows: John Phillips, Arch. Gil
fillan, II. E. Cooper, 0. 13. Bipley,
J. II. Soper, Andrew Brown. G.
A. Davis, W. G. Ashley, G. II.
Umbson, W. O. Atwater, E. 1.
Spalding, O.D.Chaso, J. W. Berg
strom, N. E. Gedge, V. L. Eaton,
W. A. Whiting, Jas. MoLollan, A.
V. Gear, Jos. M. Little, H.J. IJar
niston, Geo. N. Day, J. Ilodsou,
'Loonidas Billmau, J. F. Olaj-, F.
B. McStockor, Geo. H Iluddy, J.
L. Dumas, W. H. Hoogs, John M.
Angus, John F.Bowlor, Jas.Dodd,
Clarence L. Orubbo, M. N. Sanders,
Geo. O. Stratomeyer, Thos. Black,
S-iml. Pinker, Geo. II. Paris, W.
C.Sproull, Capt. E. A. Williams,
G. P. Wilder, Wm. H. Wright, M.
Phillips, E. F. Bishop, S. M. Bal
lo,u, II. II. Williams. J. T. Way
son, C. B. Wood, O. II. Hnrlen,
O. A. Btowu, J. Alex. Lylo, Thos.
J. King, F. B. Auerbach, John
Cassidy, J. S. Martin, F.L. Hoogs,
Wm. J. Crnnwoll, It. F. Lange,
J. Batchelor, F. L. Stolz, L. M.
Votlcson, W. F. Love, W ,T. Bam
Bay, L. O. Abies, 0. U. Clapp,
John Walker, John Hose, John
H. Smith and Thos. E. Xrouse.
Representatives of tho press wore
at tbo feast by invitation.
At tho head of tho banquetiug
hall tho American and British
flngs draped the wall aud windows,
and upon tho bunting the maso
nic "G" iu gold color, enclosed by
tho square aud compass in blue,
appeared in olootrio lamps.
Tables wero placed in tho form
of a hollow square, and bnud
soinoly decorated with bouquets
and lighted candles. A baskot of
gorgeous white, and pink pluma
riiis, orchids, etc., stood in front
of tho chief seat. An overflow of
quests was accommodated at a
largo table in tbo autorootn, tho
folding doors between tho two
npartnifiits being thrown upon.
Thos. E. Krouso of the Arliugton
laid a Bplendid feast, including
roast turkey, cold duck and plover,
diversified salads and choioo con
diments, besidos bovornges for all
likiug&and a varied dessert. Tbo
layout was produced under tho
specific prescription of Justico
R. W. M. Phillips sat in the
chief seat, supported on tho right
by W. M. Gilfillun of Hawaiian
Lodge and D. M. Ripley of Paci
fic Lodge, and on tho left by P.
M. Cooper of Pacifio, P. M. So
per of Hawaiian and Bro. Davis
of Lodgo lo Progros.
Tbo R. W. M., at tbo tormina
tion of tbo attack upon tbo more
solid vinnds, announced that Past
Mastor Cooper would ofliciato as
Continued on .th Paye,
MINISTER WILLIS DEAD
Tin: mad rviivr u:m::titi n rnii
' llo M ,
n rlf Jlml, liitu mill srrrtl
K'ii r Ill n,p ulu-.i
Albert S. AVillis, Envoy Extra
ordinary and MinNtcr Plenipo
tentiary of the goveuiiuent of tbo
Uuitid States to that of Hawaii,
breathed his last at his residonco
in Wnikiki shortly before half
past 8 this morning. While in
San Francisco on bis last trip to
tho United States, Minister Willis
wub taken with n severe attack of
pneumonia from the effects of
which ho never fully recovered.
After returning to Hawaii ho ap
parently legained his health, but
ho continued to suffer from weak
ness to such an extent as to alarm
bis friouds. Somo weeks ago he
contracted a sovero eold from tho
effects of which ho had scarcely
recovored when hn was thrown
out of his carriage in a runaway
accident. While be wns not seri
ously injured, tbo shock was too
much for n system nl ready under
mined by disense, and be never
rallied from its effects, tint grew
constantly weaker and weaker
until at last tbo oud came this
During his long illness Minis
ter Wilis hns been tbB recipient
of overy euro mid attention. I'ho
government has offered ovory as
sistance in itB powor, Consul
Gouoral Mills baa been unremit
ting in his effort losootho tho last
dayB of bis friend nud superior in
office, nnd Drs. Day, Horbort aud
Wood havo done everything that
medical skill could offer for their
distinguished patient. Tho three
physicians wero in atloudauco tho
wholo of last night and wero with
him when tbo end came, ns wns
Consul Goneral Mills.
Up to 3 o'clock this afteruoou
no definite arrangements for tho
fuuoral had been made, boyoud
fixing Friday nfternoon as tho
date. Tbo body is being embalm
ed and will bo shipped to the
United States on tbo Australia,
uuless other arrnngomonts aro
miulo in tbo meantime.
At tbo Foreign Office this after
noon it wns said that a full stato
fuuoral would bo accorded tho
dead diplomat, nud that all tbo
nrrangotnonts would bo ou a scale
befitting tbo high rnnk of tho de
ceased. No orders hud beon is
sued for tbo funeral, bowover, ns
Ministor Cooper was awaiting tho
return of Consul Mills from a
visit lo Mrs. Willis to inquiro if
tho proposed arrangements wero
agrcoablo to her.
Tbo entiro military f ireo of tbo
government will uttend tho funor
nl, us well us tho officers, sailors
nnd marines of tbo U. S. S.
Alort, and many other organiza
tions will probably tako part in
it. After tbo funeral tbo remains
will be plaood iu a vault until the
departuro of tbo steuiner.
Tho decoasod was a regular at
toudant and communicant of the
Christian church born, since its
orgtiii.ntion by Ifcv. Mr. G.irvin.
Mr. Willis's careor lias been n
long and honorable ono. Ho was
especially a self made man, nud at
an early ago took advantago of
thoso opportunities bo frooly af
forded under tho American bvb
tern of government to fight his
way to fa mo aud fortune His
early career is sot forth in tbo fol
lowing torso extroct from tho Con
"Albert S. Willis, of Louisville,
was bom in "Shelby county, Ken
tucky, January 22, 18-13; received
bis early education in the common
schools nud graduated at tho
Louisvillo Malo High School in
18G0; taught school for four yearn;
studied law aud graduated at tho
Louisvillo Law -School iu 1800,
since which timo ho line beon con-
Continued on olh Payc.
THE NEWS OF LAHAINA.
' XATIIiiammi ii:tutivs ik iuvimi
I MIR 01' bl'CK.
tiileruhlluji Hurt.-..! from a t'nrl c;icll-
:,nt-iit-Il i.i-rr 2IIII Will St-.t
I) III IUn M'lvlt.
Tho Bulletin's efficient Lahn
inn correspondent sends tho fol
lowing, under dido of January -J:
The old year wont out and tho
now year came in, "liko u lion."
Not for years has Laliaina expr
rk-nucil Hindi miles us proviuled
hero wbou tho old and now met,
when the old hailed tho now and
immediately bid adieu. Between
two nud a half aud three inches of
rain foil during tho process.
On nccountof tho violent wenther
the Mokolii arrived from Molokai
on Now Year's day, ono day Into.
Prof. John A. Moore aud griimt
sou wore passengers by her from
Lauai, having spent Christmas ou
tho rnnch. Tho little ocean groy
lioitud behaves well iu n high oca
(to thoso who do not suffer sea
sickness). Mr. Clins. Gobior succeeds W.
L. Uecoto as head overseer on tho
Lahnina plantation. Mr. Decoto
retires to as-ume the management
of W.iT. Horner's colfeo planta
tion, just obovo Lahaina. Mr.
Barkhau -ou succeoda lo the inau
agemeut of Kaauapali.
The Luhniua Riflo Club bold a
prize - shooting contest on Now
Year's day. Tho prizes wote con
tributed by generous citizens and
consisted oT a pig, a So U. S. gold
coin, a largo bnm, 100 rounds of
ammunition, a veal calf, fit) lbs. of
good fat beef, a sot of carvers, S3
worth of cboico liquors, two hand
somo pictures, ami a brace of al
bino pet rats. Wind prevailing
tho scores were below tho average.
Among tho winners woio G. H.
Dunn, A. N. Hayseldon, Devnu
cholle, L. A.Choy, M. MoCauu, (3.
Buehnnnu, C. Gobior, W. Y.
Sheldon, E. Hinn and F. Kohlor.
Tbo club shoot again on tho 17th
for a special gold medal, provided
and prosouted by Dr. Chas. R.
Davihon to tho club. The Wai
luku Citizens Guard wero chal
lenged by the Laliaina Rifles but
tbo samo was not accepted by
Tho first Bhipmont of coffee
from Hornor's plantation, twonty
fivo bags, goes down by tho Mail
The Pioneer Mill begins grind
ing in two weeks and sufoly ex
pects a good yiold as all tho fields
uro in first-claes condition.
Mr. R. 0. L. Perkins tho natur
alist has spout n fow days iu La
liaina making expeditions into tho
mountains, and has boon fairly
successful, finding four now kinds
of grasshoppers aud the bnmo
number of bees. Mr. Perkins
woiks for tho British Museum aud
returns shortly to England. Ho
has discovered, during his short
I period of research iu these Isl
ands, over eight hundred ontirely
new speaios of insects, bugs, etc.
Vory good work.
Dcclilrdly .Vi, IIiiiiiIiii.
Many pooplo in tbo East who
have boliovod that JupaucBO com
petition is u humbug bnvo boon
Jed to take n sober Booond thought
of the subject by the failuro of n
largo manufacturing eomuany of
Milford, Conn , whoso trade has
been destroyed by cheap Juptnso
straw muttings. To innku tho
mattor woibo the company !s
considering tho advisability of
Bonding their plant to Japun nnd
curving on tho business iu that
country. Tho Call.
Dr. 0. B. High, dontiat, gra
duate Philadolpliia Dontnl Col
lego, 1892. Masonio Touiplo.
Tho Artograph is a valuable
aid to nnyono wishing to learn to
skotch from ualuro without an in
structor. Prico S8.00. King Bros,
havo them for salo.
Piucu 5 Cunt's.
I'iM.n .Ni:j.rc:rj'.i i snuiir
diliiiiH MMiim- FIi-um Oril I 'k Ir A v.
-riizoii,ial.iy tin- l.rl f.....
Mint 8!ruc Op.
There i much interest mani
fested iu San Fruiicicoo over tho
coming shooting contest aud Tbo
Call says tho bet marksmen of
tho First Infantry Riyimont, N
O. . '11 bo Kent to tbu front lr
win tin; u pny to bo competed for
by 100 picked men of the Hawai
ian National Guard und nn equal,
number of men belonging lo tbo.
California Guard. Tho challenge
omanaled from tbo First Regi
mont of California troops, nnd
was readily accepted by tho repre
sentatives of tho Hawaiian Boldio
ry. Reports recently received
from Honolulu represent that tbo
coming contest is engaging tbo
attention of tho public mind
To seo that everything is pro
perly conducted nnd all tho con
ditions of the match fairly observ
ed at tho islands tho officers of tbo
United States ship Alort will attend
the firing at tho Honolulu rnngo.
At tho Shell Mound rnngo. whore
tho California soldiers will shoot,
Consul Wilder and six or sovon
assistants will perform observa
tion duty for tho Hawaiian team.
Tho cost of tho trophy is limit
ed to S 100. This ngrccmont-wns
inndu in a Ivauce of tbo shooting
to present tbo winnors from say
ing: "If wo bad lost wo would
havo presented something worth,
at least $500.
It is tbo general opiniou in Nn
tional Guard circles that tho Cali
foruians will capturo tho trophyr
but tbo men of Colonel Mncdon
ald'o regiment aro not boasting.
No ono scorns to know oxuclly
how woll tho llawniians can blioot.
It is considered also that tbo Isl
and soldiers aro permitted to shoot
with Leo-Remington rilles. Some
of tho guardsmen tbero are equip
ped with Spriugfiolds nnd others
with Loo-RomiugtouB, nnd bo tho
Boldier is pormitted to use tbo.
gun which bo is accustomod to
bandlo. Colouel Macdonnld nnd
his ollicers mado this concession
when tho match was agreed upon.
Tho following ofiicors and en
listed men of the First Iufnutryr
N.G. 0. havo been solected to con
stitute tho team aud reserve:
Fiold nud staff Major H T
Simo; Lioulenunt Louis Harroro,,
I R P; Lieuteunut E Kehrleiu,,
Company A J Rognrson.
Company B Captain G Filmorr
Linutonaut B B Sturtevaut, Lion
tonaut A F Ramm, Sorgoaut H B
Taylor, Sorgeant A MoCullougb,
L Ziramormau, Corporal G Claus
sonins, R A Gibbs, Xf J Hnyoe,
Sergeant II B Sullivan, A Gobret,
J Fetz, W Baumgnrtuor, O Porry,
O Ungormnn, D W Domarius, E
P Poppin, E O Cordell, H Freeh,
Sergeant A H Clifford, W "W
Krug, W H Sioborst, T A Hnm
moraon, J Dillor, Corpornl L It
Towii8end, E L Filmer, A Fotz, A
Corpornl W L O'Hrion, G H Sul
livau, J R Wenr, W Proll.
Company C Captain J "W
Drumboll, Lioutnuaut C E Good
ell, O F Moyor, F F Carson, Cor
poral W H F James, Sergeant iT
T Hicks, Sergeant D E Lnwton.
Sorgeant J Ross, O F Wnltham.
H J Musgrnve, W F Unfrod, A It
Vaughn, P D butt, J Smitbson, V
F Nortbrup, J Gillis, GT Pbolpi.
Company D Sorgoant J C
Soagrnve, W N Lard.
Company E Captain Edward
Fitzpatrick, Lioutonnnt Frank J.
Ralph, Lieutenant W A Robei b
son, F Ralph.
Compnny F Captain J Miller,,
Lieutenant F A Nippevt, li R
Holstein, J Fitzgorald, Scra-int
Iversou, F N Turton, M S Mo
Noil, A Pratt.
Compnny G Captain E O Snt
liffo, Lioutonant W N Sttusey
nfaltf, , JZ
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