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HONOLULU, H. L, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1897.
Piuce 5 Cbnts.
om1rX ri-XWX4-i Xm9mo
THE EVEin. BULLETIN.
Published every v . xcopt Sunday at
210 King Htr?" molnln, H.I.
Por Month, tiny In tbo Ha
waiian ts)m 8 73
Por Year.... 8 HO
PBr Year. y.... o Auionca,
Canada, or v. 1000
Por Year, poHtps ; ' jr Foreign
Couutrieii 13 00
Payable luvi i Advnueo.
Telephone 0"- V. O. Box 89.
B. L. F ' Manager.
Bead what Ayei tarsaparllla did
for the Rev. z. "VTIJdi, a well-
-known city missionary In Now York
and brother of tho lato eminent
"I was for inany years a sufferer
from bolls and other eruptions of a
liko nature, caused by tho Impover
ished stato of my blood. My nppo
tlto was poor and my system a good
deal run down. Knowing tho valuo
of Aycr's Sarsapaillla, by observa
tion of tho good it had ilouo to others,
I began taking it. My
almost from tho first doso; then my
general health Improved, and now it
is excellent. I feel n hundred por
cent, stronger, and I attributo this
result to Aycr's Sarsnparilla, which
I recommend 'with till confidenco ng
tho best blood medlcino ever
duvlscd." For all disorders resulting from
poor or corrupted blood and general
te a (&si3&
AVER'S PILLS CURE BILIOUSNESS.
Mollister urug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Repuhlio ot Hawaii.
Having B(-uured (be eorvlces of O.
department, we nro nrepared.to exe
cute orders for Piano Tuning and Re-
iiahliiK of Pmnoti aurl Organs. Mr.
Ian Uou'b t-xperlt-uca awl ability aa it
flwt chifH anlst in hi lino of work In
too well known to meil funlior com
ment; HUfflie to say that we fully guar
unti o all work Intruded to ut Orders
left nt nur ollluo will receive prompt,
WALL, NICHOLS 'CO.,
I desire to Inform tho ladies of Ho
nolulu and the public generally that
I uow carry, in addition to my Fine
Lino of Mlllinory Goo.ls
The Celebrated Standard
In several tyle with nil the latest
Invented ntUchnipntp also all kluda
of machine needles Call and examine
what Ih considered the best dewing
Machine in tho world.
MRS. M. HiUSHSTA,
" 600-lw No. 505 Fort 8treet.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 Klug Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Plaoe, whore Trained
Nurses, Massago, "(Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Eleotricity and physical Training
mar be obtained.
' V. 8. KELLOCJG, M. D
Telephone 030. , Superintendent.
-;Two Good Milch 'Cows
-For further particular, apply
nt thin Oincc. 600-31
FOR THE STATE FUNERAL
AitiiAHdr.uKNTs ri.NAi.i,Y com.
Pl.nil'.tt THIS APIKItNOON.
Tho I'roroMoii Milt lln nn lniina-
IliiC Our I'orrlmi Ofllrp Ncuilx
Arrangements wero porfected
shortly flrr " o'clock this nfter
noon f ' stato funeral to bo
Hocnrduii tue Into Albert S. 'Willis
tomorrow ufteriioou. Invitations
havo bn"u extPDded by tbo For
oigu Ollii'n to nil the foreign rep
resentatives, tho consular corps,
heads of departments and judges
of tho courts to attond.
The organization of tho proces
sion has been delegated to Colonol
McLean as marshal and he has
arranged the following order:
Ilendqnarterfl Grand Marshal,
Honolulu, It. II., Jnn. 7th, 1897.
Goneral Orders, No. 1:
Tho following orders and ar
rungementH, for tho formation
hnd movement of tho military and
civil escort nttonding tho funeral
eoreinonic3 of tho lato Hou. Al
bert S, Willis, Envoy-Extraordin
ary and Minister Plenipotentiary
of tho United States to Hawnii,
aro horoby announced:
Tho body will bo received at
tho Executive Building nt 12 ni.
on the day. of tho ftiueral, by a
military escort, nud will lio in
stato until 2:30 p. in., when tho
remains will bo conveyed to tho
Central Union church, whero tho
servicoa will tako placo at 3
Tho military escort, consisting
of ono battalion of tho First Heg
imeut, N. G. H., and ono battalion
from the U. S. S. Alert, will form
on Borotnuia street at 2:45, on
Punchbowl .sido of tho street,
facing Contral Union Church.
Th" ferriages will form on
Ooretania street, raakai side, in tho
order named bnlow:
Tho order "of march will bo as
Company of Police.
Grand Mnrshnl and Aides.
Battalion, First Rogimout, N.G.H.
Buttalion, U. 8. 8. Alert.
Othor military organizations on
Pall Bearers in Carriages.
Huurse and Body Bearers.
President Dolo aud Aides.
Chief Justice, aud Justicos of
Sonntois and Representatives.
Captain and Officers U. S. S.
Societies or dologatious wish
ing to take part in tho ceremonies
will pleaso notify Colonol Mc-
Liean, Utnuu Marshal, us soon as
possible, who will assign them a
propor place in tho lino.
When (ho coremonies at tho
grave aro ovor, each organization
will mnreh to its plnce of forma
tion, and bo dismissed at discre
tion. By Command of Colonol Mo
Lean, Grand Marshal.
ISigned Jno. Sohaefeb,
Captain and Chief Aide to
At tho close of tho morning
session of tho Supremo Court to
day Chief Justico Judd made tho
announcement that tho Court
would not Bit tomorrow out of
respoct to tho deceased. Judgo
Porry raado"n similar announce
ment to tho Circuit Court. It is
likely that the othor government
offices will close in the afternoon,
if not for tbo ontiro day.
Tho fuuoral will take place from
Contral Union Church, the offici
ating olergymen being Revs. D.
P. Birnio and J. A. Monroo. -Tho
Continued on 6th Page.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
CAS I.N .AllUUfI AKI MUntIITTEI
in tiii: ui'itr..TiK t:iDitr. ;
Jiidc 1'rrrj- ,Si;n n llccrco f)l-
Noltlni; mid Ulntlliitf ttp flu. I
Atrjlm of a MntUn llul.
In tho Supremo Court this
morning further argument wns
hnd in tho case of E. K. Ntilmo
lelua et nl. vs. Knnnhti ct al.. ap
peal from the Ciiouit Court of the
First Circuit, and tho cause final
ly submitted. Johnson for plaintiffs-appellant;
ton and Robertson for defondants
Tho case of L. H. Deo vs. J. F.
Morgan, excoptions from the Cir
cuit Court of tho First Circuit,
wns nl.io argued and submitted.
George A. Davis for pluintitr up
pellnut; Cecil Brown for defend
In tho Circuit Court in tho case
of James Kaioua et. al , vs. J. K.
Knia'uui et. al. bill for an account
ing, etc., n decree has been mudo
by consent of both parties and
signed by Judge Perry by tho
terms of which tho huior partner
ship heretofore nxisting between
plaintiffs and defendants is dis
solved. Tho tronsuror, J. K. Ka
iantii, is ordorcd to tile within '20
days his nccounts of receipts, dis
bursements and assots and deliver
all notos, mortgages, asset.?, etc.,
in his hands to J. A. Mngoou,who
is appointed recoivor of the hui,
with authority to realize upon the
same, pay all the debts and divido
up the balance among tho sovoral
members of tho hui according to
their soveral rights. Each and
every one of plaintiffs unci defend
ants are orderod to doliver up to
tho receiver within 10 days any
nnd all proporty in their hands
belonging to the hui. Tho receiv
er is to filo a bond of $250 and all
costs of the action to bo paid out
of the hui fund.
In tho matter of tho ostato of
Katnai, Makakoa aud Kahaulokaa,
tho guardian, Makanui, has filed
a return aud account of snlo of
real estate, and petitions tho Court
for nn order confirming tho same.
A similar return and motion
hns been made in tho mnttor of
tho guardianship of Sam Kalamn
and Karaala, minors.
Tho case of Kaeapahia vs. Ku
na, exceptions from Circuit Court,
is boing argued bofore tho Su
premo Court this aftornoon. Ma
goon & Edings for plaintiff; Cecil
Brown for defendant appellant.
Court news deferred yesterday
will bo found on another page.
II. r. UlndeNnld to bo Arraii!uit for
Hrlngliig Thrill IIrr.
The statement is mado that tho
prinoipal business which has led
to tho return of Mr. H. F. Glade
to Hawaii is to make arrange
ments with tho government which
will result in tho coming of largo
numbors of German agriculturists
to engago in plantation work.
A shipload of Norwegians and
Swedes was brought hero for that
purpose several years ago, but was
never followed up. It is hoped Mr.
Glade's efforts will bo successful.
A P.iillc I'ruvellUd.
What tho consequences might
havo been if tho Pnlama Grocery
had not receivod another largo in
voice of tho justly colobruted
Salvation Army Ten, is something
awful to contemplate. When we
first advertised it.we expected quito
a run on it, but tho demand lately
has far oxcoedou our expecta
tions. Howovor, in time to provont
a panio we are in roceit of another
large invoico. H. Cannon, solo
agent for tho Islands. Palaraa
Grocery, Tol. 755.
Water colors and Oil colors in
sets enitablo for Xmns prcscuts.
King Bros., Hotel Btroet.
KNIGHTS HAVE A NIGH?
MYNriC I.OOOV. n XQWF.TS APTEU '
i.srAi.t.itioH-oi' oii'ioi.ns. I
Clinrnrfrrlvtlr Hill of rnnm-Cnilnni
Minium-? titnulrci. Men r
Hip Olilea Time. I
Yoater.liiy oveuitiij Mystic
Lodge, No. 2. K. of P., had" its
officers installed, there being
largo attendance of members
that aud other lodges. Tho core
mony was performed by J. F.
Eoknrdt, D. S. C, assisted by
acting grnml ufiiceiM a follows:
O.'J. McCarthy, G. V. C. ; A. V.
Gear, G. P. ; F. Waldron, (J M.
at A. ; Goo. Deuison, G. K. It. S. ;
H. E Waity, G. M. of E.; Fred. B.
Oat, G. I. G.; Frank Barwiek, G.
The new officers nro hero
Geo. BrtitiH, C. O:
E. A. Williams, P.
J. A. Mehrten, M of W.
O. U. Grnv, K. of It. ,fc S.
J. L Crawley, M. of Ex.
Olms. Phillips, M. of F.
O. Bergstrom, M. nt A.
C. II. Bellino, I. G.
Ira A. Uurgott, O. G.
Aftor tho tidjournmout of tho
lodge, tho hull wns prepared for
an installation banquet. Tables
wero arranged in three lonj; rows
aud upon them was soon spread
an elegant collation. It is enough
to say that Thos. E. Krouso of
the Arlington was tho caterer, aud
Honolulu people will realizo that
tho viands wero of first quality
and well served. Shortly aftur
10 o'clock everything was ready
and tho company sat about tho
tables. Bro. Laws, tho rotiring
D. S. O., presided at tho raiddlo
table; Bro. Ecknrdt, tho new D,
S. 0., at tho one to the right, nnd
uro. xUcUurtuy, i u., at tno lett
table. Tho principal vico choir
was occupied by O. C. Geo.
Thoso who attended lodge, most
of whom remained to the banquet,
comorised tho followincr: David
Dayton, ox D S C: O J McCarthy, '
ex D S O; H Laws, ox D S 0; J F I
Eekardt. D S C: Goo Bruns. U O. '
Ed Towse, P O; J A Mohrton, P
C; Geo Dull, P O; L M Votloson,
PC; 0 M V Forstor, P 0 H E
Wraity, P 0; F Waldron.-P'O; W
G Ashley, PC; A V Gear, PC;
Geo. Donisou, P. C; F. Barwiek,
Dr O A Peterson, Capt'E A Wil
liams, H A Parmelee, Geo A Da
vis, H F Wiohman, J H Schnack,
John McLain, J MoKeague, D W
Roach, M. A Gonsalves, Jos M
Littlo, J F Clay, Chas Phillips,
Geo Angus, P A Dias, S Decker,
A F Medeiros, Henry Giles, F L
Waldron, A L Morris, Thos Cook,
Ed. A. WilliamB (Honolulu) and
Boforo tho ico cream and coiloo
wero brought on, tho hour being
late. Bro. Lawa introduced the
bill of toasts which nppears below:
"Supremo LodgeJ As a parent,
its authority to bo obeyed. As a
gunrdiant its watchful care to bo
confided in. As our source' and
our own, to be loyal to.'
D. S. O. Eckardt in responding
detailed tho constituents of tho
Supremo Lodgo. That tho execu
tive had always boon well chosen
was proved by the fact that in all
difficult cases tho decisions of tho
supreme officers had boon sus
tained by tho convention. Even
tho voxed Gormau rifualquostipn
had boon settled nevor to riso again
He advised obodionco to tho sup
"Sistor Lodgos Ono in senti
ment, ono in aim, but in honest
endeavor with fraternal emula
tion." ThiB was announced with
a happy roforonco to the constella
tion of six lodgos in Hawaii.
Bro. Dall of Oahu Lodgo res
ponded with tho most fraternal
sentiments on bohalf of his own
and othor sistor lodges. Fraterni
ty was tlioir ono nlm. Tho speak
er congratulated Mystio on its
Continued on jth Payc.
ANOTHER OPIUM SEIZURE
CAPTAIN KAN i: itlAICI'JS A lltd
itAiti. mis .iiokmno.
X'?fl''J -five Tln of (ltr li.ilr-t
lliinultoii A 1 1 1 I fi S'oiniil In n
A'lin mil ln-ei !.! Sin. p.
Policccaptnin Knnao struck a
stivnk of Itii-k thw morning Hitch
a does not oftt-n fall iu iin lot of
ti Uiuimiiu pniifomiiu. tic wns
' on duty nt tho police station when
u Cliiuauiau named Chew Run
inn If his nppwru"- ' ' id
nail (u IttKu it little WitlU, nH 111,4
he hnd sivncthint; to lell him
about opium They meandered
along Nuuauu aIwIo tho Chiun-
man toM his littlo talo. It was to
tho effect that a native and his
wife who lived in tho rear of tho
poi shop kept by Ah Wai on
Ntiuanu street, just maiika of Ku
' kui lain, should bo nrrcsted by
the eaptnin on tho charge of huv-
i tug opium n poset-sion, nud if
tho captain would kindly couseut
to mnku the arrest it would be
I worth just S100 to him. Tho
. war) captain at onco tinned whero
tho money was and tho Chinnman
answored it would bo forthcoming
its soon ns tho natives wore out
ot the way. The captain
wauted the money down nnd
upon his insisting on it tho Chinn
man finally snid he could not pay
it until ho hnd delivered somo
opium which he had contracted to
doliver. IIo could not deliver it
because tho natives were in tho
wiy and would sco it If tho
captain would ouly oblige him by
arresting the nntivos ho could
make delivery of tho opium nud
got his mouoy, when ho would at
onco turn over $100 to the officer.
My this timo Captain Knnao
had found out enough to mako up
his mind what to do. Ho took the
Chiunraan's arm nud told him to
show hiin the natives. They went
to tho poi shop. As thoy noarod
it tho native and his wifocame in
sight. Tho Chinaman pointed out
tho native aim soul, "That's tno
woman overheard him and
"Don't you behave him. Wo
havo got nothing to do with the
opium and wero going
and wero going down to
tho polico station to inform on
Ah Wni, the poi man."
Captain Kanao marched them
all into tho shop and the natives
pointed out. a bundle which thoy
Baid contained tho opium. Ho
oxnmiued it sufficiently to p'rove
that it wns so and marchod Ah
Wai, tho ownorof tho shop, Chew
Kun and tho two natives down to
tho station Iiouno, not losing sight
of tho bundlo on tho way down.
On arriving at tho polico 'station
tho buudlo was oponod. It.con
taiued oighty-fivo half-pound
tins of tho best Ohinoso opium,
which was carefully wrapped in
soveral layors of well-groused
tarpaulin. From its goneral ap
pearance the officers judged that
it had lain in tho water somo timo
and had only recontly beon fish
Ah Wai was locked up on tho
charge of having opium in pos
session, Chew Kun io hold for
further investigation and tho two
natives wero allowed to go.
The theory of tho officors is
that tho two Chinoso smuggled
tho opium ashore lust night and
got it to tho house. Tho natives
who lived in tho rear gotonto
tho rnoket and threatened to iu
form to save thomsolves. To
prevent this Chew Kun was do
tailed to got them arrested and
out of tho way while Ah Wai
quietly disposed of tho opium.
The sohorao was frustrated by
Captain Kanao'a alortuose, and
ho is receiving the congratulations
of his brother officers today on
hiB Bucoossful capture.
MiflB Louisotto Bonnparlc, a
great niooo of Napoleon I., wa8 to
bo married in Washington on
Deo. 29 to Count Adam do Moltke
Huitfoldt of Donmark.
HE HAS STAMPS TO BURN
i,osfMiMi.i.m:.iri:itM. ot will.
'AlltIV OUT TIIK I. V. -
Tlirrn IIo llrcn n Ntrnily neinnild for
1 l.iur. if IVoihkp Manilla
-Hiiln .Vnn Kltinue I.
Tho qti'T-tioit having beon ask
ed tho Bi'i.r,i:riN whether tho old
irt'iuea of stamps authorized by
the last Li'gislnturi to bo destroy-
cd had yet been burnod.n reporter
asked Fostmuatcr- General Oat
tlii nioiniug for information on
the subject. With his usual
courtesy to tho press that goutlo
mau gavo the following facts con
cerning the mattor:
It is tho intention of tho
Fiuauco department to comply
with tho law, and it him already,
douo so iu withdrawing from salo
all tho old issues. Tito sale was
stopped nl the uloso of business -on
December lllst, aud although
thoro has been sonio 'demand for
old i-isnes since none of tho
stamps havo been allowed to leavo
tho office. "
Aftor tho passage ot the Act of
tho last Legislature utithorizinc
and requiring tho destruction of
all previous issues of Hawaiian
postago stumps there was an in
creased demand for them ut
the office, but it never amounted
to n rush. Tho demand wns
steady and purchases wore mostly
for small amounts. Tho post-mnster-goncral
is satisfied that the
big speculators had all they could
carry oi wished to carry and hence
refrained from buying iu order
that as many ot the stamps should
bo destroyed as possible, thereby
enhancing tho chances of increas
ing tho valuo of thoso thoy had onj
Mr. Oat was not prepared to
civo tho amounts and denomina-
J tious sold siuco tho passage of tho
Act and could not givo tho num
ber now on hand. Thoy wore be-
, ing carefully recounted with a
view to their destruction ob pro
vided by tho law wheuevor Min
ister Damon should givo the
word. The Act does not epeoify
any particular day when the
stamps are to be burned, but Mr.
Oat was of opinion tho interest
ing event to philatelists at least,
would tako placo somo timo be
tween tho 20th and 81st of the
presont month. Tho stamps will
bo publicly burned and due notice
of tho time of their destruction,
will bo given by tho departments
Joined to Another 4'linrmer.
A private letter from Mystio,
Connecticut, convoya news of the.
marriago ot Captain Holmes,
mastor of tho ship Chnimor that
was hero last year in tho TruBt
sugar carrying fleet? to Now York.
He was joined in matrimony to-"
anothor charmer, a widow named'
Mrs. Palmer, on tho first ot
November. It will bo romomber
od that whilo in Houolulu tho
statoly looking captain was gener
ally complimontod, in and out oL
tho pross, for tbo sprightly digni
ty with which ho carried hie;
Bevonty-two yoare mainly spont
on the wido ocean.
Mr. Porter, tho sconio artist, hnw
presented Hawaiian Lodge with iL
bonutiful work ''in tho oast" oP
the lodgoroom in tho Masonic
Toraple. It is a splondid fresco-
painting on tho wall, representing;
h grand colonnade with Corinlli
ian pillnrs. Tho perspective U--iuspiringly
real, nnd the bciui ib-.
surmounted with masonic etu
bleras in brilliant colors. Mr,
Portor voxocuted this genuino,
masterpiece ns a memento' of hits,
"sojourn" with old Hawaiian: .
In the voting of tho civil list im
tho rtolcian legislature, Socinlistei
attacked the private life- of then
Count of Flandors, making u .sen