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Headquarters First ltpglmeut, N
tlnual Guard of lluwuli.
Honolulu, H. I , Jan. 7, 1807.
BPEOIAL ORDERS NO 0.
Companies "A," "K," "F & "0."
,'1rI. Itpirlmiuit. N. fl. H.. will asm IllblO
at the drill sbeil under arm hi 2 in. I
ivnuuy, JllllUttiy 8111, IDS,, unuurvuui
miiiiitifMnJorUe K. Mi Lnil, intake
part In thf crouinn e atU'iKlini; the
funeral of the late Alberts. Willi',
Euvov Kxtraurdluary ami Minister
l'leilii'PUtlary of the Utlltnl SUtt-8
i Iform-: Fatigue, wbllo trousers,
livulu.i utnl white gloves Olllci-rs
will wutr cuiiie on aleeves anil wonl
Uy I'ommniiil of Col. Mol.fin.
(SUneil) Juo. Suhueter, Captain uuii
Aiijuiunt. 601 It
Jauunry 17, 1697, falling on Sun
day, 8-ttunlay, January 10, 1897, will
be observed an a Natl'Mial Holiday
anil all Government Ofllcus through
out the Republic will bo nlneed on
that day. J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Iuleilnr.
Interior Offlce, December 31, IbOO.
51 Euei?i7$ Bulletin?,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor
THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1897.
T- E PROPOSED BENEFIT.
It is with unfeigned pluasuro
"that wo Mipport the proposal of
offering Mr. Porter, tho eceuic
artist of tho restored opera house,
eomo publio recognition before
Jiisdeiiarturo for tho States. Tho
form tliti testimonial should take
ought to have deep but prompt
-consideration. Any ordinary con
cert by local amateur talent might
not have tho full drawing qoali-
ties requited to pack tho house
irom orchestra to gallery. Bo
tfides it would possibly lack
-.charactorinties to appropriately
'signalize tho occasion. The Bira.
tXETiN would veuturo a suggestion.
It is that an exhibition of all the
i ueunury, with musical and tableau
.- QCfiirapaniiuculs, could bo both
readily gotten up and highly befit
tho object in view. With uelec-
". tious from the orchostras of both
- tho Government and National
I" bauds, as well ub others that have
"-mm fnor with the public each
! in turn and interspersed with
" vocal and instrumental music
from tho bobt talont nvaitablo
and a ditTorout background of
eoonory for ovory item in tl;o pio
grnm,thoje who attended could bo
shown tho whole slook of scenery
rwliile their oars wore u-galed with
tho CJiicort. TabKiaux' could bo
effectively presented concurrently
with tho other foatuu, to a largo
extent by aid of tho wardrobes of
our amateur dramutio and oporatio
talent. An exhibition of this
kind would bo tho most appro
priate compliment that could bo
- offorod to the beneficiary,
whilo it would give ro--oidouta
a complete- viow of his en-
-tiro work which, in all probability,
otherwise tlioy should not gain in
years of attendance at tho theater.
-Spuco need not bo occupied in
giving roasoiiB for a benefit to Mr.
Portor. Sufficient is it to Bay that
tho vitoran aconio artist has pur
sued tho important work for which
ho was selected with a cousoion
-tious devotion that clearly roflected
the publio Bpirit animating tho pro
prietors in restoring Honolulu's
chief place of amusement.
Au iiuonjraoug manifesto
against tho annexation movement
is being ciiculated through tho
postoffico. It declares that a grio-
vous wrong was dono to tho nativo
HowaiianB by tho revolution of
1887, and a greater ouo by that of
1893, Tho author makoa no at
tompt to show how the natives
would bo boncfited by tho provou
tion of nnuoxation. His promises
of wrong dono tho natives are,
moreover, all ouo-sided. There
is another sicUi to tlio miosnon, i
which may la discussed
1RSUCH of the BULLETIN.
All who boliovo that uuiou with
tlio United States must be the
finnl destiny of Hawaii, and that
tho fioonor it is realized tho better,
ought to boo that no othor engage
ment will keep them away from
tlio rully o(
tho Annexation Olub
next Tuesday ovening.
Minister Willis's death recalls
tho Bad but moro sudden death of
Monsieur Vorleyo, tho first French
Commissioner to tho Hawaiian
Govornmout after tho revolution
KNIUJ1TN IIAVH A Mllltr.
Continued from 1st Parte.
prosperity and thauked
sistance to Oahu.
"Past Chancellors "With tho
wisdom of experience our trusted
guardians and intrepid guides."
Hio. McCarthy replied in fitting
terms. Tho P. O.'b would con
titiuo to work in tho future as in
tho pat, and he hoped that tho
Honolulu fraternity would soon
have a caetlo hall of their own.
O. C. Bruns here gave a song of
sougfl, for which he was deserved
"Retiring Chancellor A iinoly
tompercd blade; we've tried him.
Mny In- wear out, not nvst out in
the work he knows so wi'D."
P. U. Towso said ho wr3 elected
to premdo over fifty-two Huntings
in the past year and hi l.tvl only
been jlntuined frr.m out of them,
whon ha whs alweirt frrwt twn.
Ho tott occnuioii' to tlnvit tho
lodge for having put confidence
in him when but little aetjUHiinted
wih hitn. The lodge linfprou
pored the ptst year,, one ev'tKmco
being am increae o StifiO in
funds. The epealier spoke- nt
length of the- principles- nf
if regard for the order wouJdikxAl
their esteem' ho slunild' havo-ir..
"Ohaneollor Electr xi. youth rf
promise, bearing hie IliiBUHt
houora fulliupoiuhimi iiyipr
miso develop into fruitioiii. IEmt
the past wo ohose liiin. E6r tin;
futuro we havGConfidenoo-iuJiirm.7
Bro. BrnuB prad bis intontioa
was to make Mopatio Hm baunoir
lodgo. Ho would have thirty nj
plicatioB for membership to
present within tho uoxtfftwwoeka.
Bro. Morris fjavo a oomio reui'
tation tillat took well.
"OlllserH of tho Lo.lgo GooH
follows, all; as ablo as. good; as
efficient as ah?e. A13 oyes a-r
upon tihem. V'Shat are- they gciiig
to do about it?."
Br, Crawley gave x humoroos
reply, giving away tfio seorab of
buccsss in iuaprompiu Bpealtiug.
His speech una a good hit.
"Visiting liretlirwi Bud3-or a
feathor Hock, together, a pli.ee on
tha porch is vonrs by xight."
Brother K.. A. "Wvlliams, Myrtlo,
3Sfo. 1G, Sbji Praudsco.
Captain Willir.ins ctclivoi'su tho
most impreesivo speech, of tho
evening, sayinpj in effects I sup
pose I aiu ontiUod to roapond to
this toaat. Although as an orator
I nm not much, yet porbnpa there
are other visitors hero who do not
know so muoh about you as I do.
When I first visited a lodgo in
Honolulu it was hold in an old
house near Horn's candy factory
I don't know bnt it has been
wiped out by firo since. It was
not a pretty place but thero wore
Borne grand men thero. George
Lucas, ono of tho Past Chancel
lors, for instance. The fathor of
your Ohoncollor-olect was one.
Lucas's mill was a nest of knights.
It was about tho time that Kala-
kaua got tho reciprocity treaty.
Many mechanics camo down from
tho Coast moro than wero need
ed but Lucas found something
for them to do. And I supposo
that that old knight gavo away
moro money to somo of thorn than
thoy earned. At a cortain moot
ing a knight was reported siok,
and the committoo found his wife
sick too. Tho lodgo voted S10a
woek for him. Goorgo Lucas did
not think it was enough and ho
called out two memborB who had
nothing to do, and told ono to
take tho day watch and tho
othor the night watch, and come
to him for their raonoy. I am
something like old Jennie Wren
"I know your tricks," oto. I
rau to Kahnlui for a while, and
thoro got acquainted with Aloha
Lodge, No. S, and thoy treated
mo very kindly. I eeo eomo of;
i .. . .... i ... iV
mom netv lo-uigui
back hero to
tho buby of
toun year? I .oino
: Beo JJlVHtlC JjOCUC,
Oiihu. Tho child.'on that used to
mu about my kuoo are
now tailor than me, nud tho child
of Oahu Lodgo h now larger than
its mothor, but l'tiin g.'ad that tho
old lady iB-rocovering. CiLaughler).
I am i?lad that tho old jnen have
handed tho order dorm Jto worthy
young knights, and 1hat they aro
practising true charsiy. I havo
experienced it myself. A f o w ,
months ogo i was Hictemy&eit in
Honolulu and I bbw good finny
brothers. Charho Plulupa I saw
about overy day. When I return
ed homo 1 told my lodgs about
how tho knights en mo teste in o
every day. Another lodgei wai
told about it too, tho Afomeda
lodge. A knight waB allowed to
read a Mter Iliad sent home,, and
tli (( & at lin i.nnlrnt nAttl rtK !,
wnnroil In rr.n, It. I. L lnflhft- I
I !oro roturuitiQ: it. I am horsy
'. that I do not seer more old kni(tittt
lrere, but 1 suppobO they ure life
I Walter Scott haiif:
TLo kiiigbla'-wv dust,
Their swords no tut;
. But iboir souls mo in hiavcn
With Oia, I iti.
If tfleo Lucas in not
1 n. ...... U n 1 ...tli n.nA nt
K livmij uuiu niiutiuuium ua j. ;
nin felriuti. lanii, unit wji ucupujr uj- vio-
Bno. Laws, in complimentiug'! aosity, high fire test and per-
Bro. Williams on hi speech, Haiti '(ct working'' qualities Can not
ho hil no doubt thftt if similar j. tyrppc
occar'iou for charity, as that lo-;
8onbo!l of tho oul tlraies, ehould
arise trnlay tho knighis would do
"Thn- Departed I'.rct&ren."
Brother i'. Wnldrou reHpoudod,
"Tho- Gout BtfotHng .with
horns srjd horrors. Tin aulicipu
tion how nppalliig; iuoetrospeot,
Bro. Jlhtvis, in answer to this
eentimonC, deliovcred uw eloquent
panegyri'j-on the order, .oxtouding
its bonefifcout intlueucor- aa it die-,
from the Tone island of jfiwrfouud
laud in ttte- Atlantic tottwBo fai r
isles of the-Pacific.
Voluntwr toasts woranow call
ed for. IErn. Gear coenainndec I
tho advantages of the Jnhtnen t
Bank and1 concluded a' shor t
Bpeech rihbi a rocitat.ouu Brc.
Gray represented "The- Gramd
Orient." B. J. McCnrthj, an -sweriug
fir tho Uniformi Kanl :,
explained dt decline &ad: invito d
members to-drill, with i His mill' i
tnry company, statiug that tb o
baiuo tactio were employed. Br o.
Ashley gracefully replied! for tl io
ladies, aal the press noknow 1
edged recognition through' W. I I.
Coney of. t&e Advortiaor and a
lepresentalwo of tho II JMiZriN.
It being' now iu "tho weo an ia'
hours r.yi(Kt tho t-mir," tho
knightly band joined bunds :aud
sang "Acltl Laug Syuo."'
Uy u Until whnlf sulu rrim a young
mn with ytiil lelt-reni'M.art ! -luni
hook Htth pr Binl to 0o ieiimil c lllce
woik. mukt have luni )riisHtt)iialnH.
Ail'lrcxf "A. 15.," tltix om.i". 601 3t
Gobi and Silvorwaso,
Croobory aud Lvorvwaro,
"Wliito Gi-uhs Clotiii, Mattinge.
AVickcr uml Sloamer Chairs,
Cigara, Etc., Ktd.,
WING WO TAI & CQ..,
214 Nnunuu Rtxrct, ITonolaln,.
Tha noniiltnoo of E. It. llcnilrjv co' met
Klimn uml lVnwicola Btwets. Huiwo con
tains Eifiht lloornn ami Iibh all tijii 111' xlern
conveuieuces. Lirgo Rroumla. TtJ . 301.
Corner of Lunalilo nnd Peasnoo'.a streets,
Five Lots. 75 feet by 125 feut ea'ch. The
most ilosirabla roaiclonce proper ,y for salo
on tho plaius. Tor toram apjil.' to
MHS. B. R. 11'fiNDItY,
Pioneer Bullying and
Assets July, 18PG, $100,545.15
Money Loaned on Approved Socnrity.
X Savings Bask for Monthly DopositFi.
Bouses Built op. the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Series of Stack now open.
Vox (v rther particulars apply to
, A. V. GEAR, Seorotary.
Chamber of Commerce Ttooms.
Office hours, 12:30-1:30 P.M.
The sugar season of lfJ97 IS
. . . i, l
at lian? aiia now l" .,
naye iamy entered on uie icw
Year it is time io think about
business and making a little
money to mumkI next Christ
mas. A dollar saved is a dol
lar made, as everyone knows,,
and one way to savs money is
io use a first-class quality of
LUBRICATING OlL. TO tllOSC
w.ho are as yet unacquainted
with the "Colorado "Brands, we
' beg to say that while we do
I not believe in decryjig the
inroduct of stir competitors, we
do believe hi stating tha truth
the.e it wimPw forcibly as-possible namely,
.... -tfismr ve imvts tiic illicit uuuu-
-- - t . . .
- -- , . .
The Colonsd brands of
iiilbricants are the Di3mondVC"
tTLyKnder Oil, Cbiorado Cylin
der Oil, Extra. Valve Oil, Red
SkmJ Valve C!l!l, Eni'ine Oil,
Dynamo Oil ani iViachinery
Oils. They am- the best and
cheapest in the-market.
Si addition t -nthe above we
carry a full line1 of lubricants
ami lubricating compounds-of
all' kinds for plantation arid
We also desire- to call attend
tion to our hand-painted oil
containers, which are useful,
ornamental and: economiciL'
They hold sixty gallons and
w:li save their cost in a month)
Hawaiian Hardware C(Jj
Opposite Spreckels' Bank,
NO 307 F051T STREET.
3cUct from the
Eiouoh SilUivaud Satins,
Japnnofo Silk Handkerchiefs
Silk RibboiiB. Velvets,
Dress Gn.idH-of overy description,
Flannels in all oulors,
Skirting,. Surges, Lining, Gol
Blanket?,. QuilU, Shooting-.
Curtains, Towels, otc,
Swoaters, Socks, Collars, Caffs,
Umbrellas, iliuiakoiohicls, etc
At Ridiculous Low Prices
Schmidt & Sons,
Von Holt Block, King Street.
Talking - Tie - Talk !
Fresh from tho factory.
Something like two hundred
dozen. If It was for fault
in goods or make, that the
price broke, we'd can lldly
tell you. Thero's no fault and
I he secret Is ours.
Maybe Eomo of them could be
matched for 75 conts on a squeeze,
but tho greater number good
value foMi dollar.
At 25 cents, store closing
time ought to see the last
of 'cm gone,
: Wayerley Block
9 Hotel Street
Bulletin, 75 cents
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AlAH ' 4 ; - Z
Tfe ManufaGtur-ei-s' Shoe k, . "aiTOlYi
we m ready"
Toi supply your wants in Moa's Furnishing Goods wit! iho
mes comploto and choicest Btoo'iwo have over laid before tho
public. If j-pt nrn in doubt as to what-ym would W&, to
present to your friends or relations, let U3 show you ovorc-ur
goods, and you wit) Buroly find esmothing Bnhstautial and'ser
vieeable, that will-gladden tho heusts of thoso who recoivo them.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars and Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Silk, Lkieu or Cottony
plain or priuted; Suspenders either Silk or Cotton):
l)re88 Shirts,-. Negligee, Shirta-nnd Nighl Bobos,
Kats eitJjk&t IPoUs e Sto qe SSea auCL 23ya
Smoking Jackets, Panuma Hals, Puggnreoa in many do
eipus; Collar and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, S'loove
Eiuks, Boy'a- Shirt Waists,
Reaby-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
yali6es and Hand Bags, Bom& -very nicosnes in Allfn
gator; aud a great many othordhings.
jb: a. i k RJA.s erjhjR.
Cpner.fFort asad MfrchanliSts-
Auction Sales by If. S. Luce,.
I am instructed by Mrs. F. S.
Prntt, to dispuso of hor Wuikiki
Properly nt Public Auction, at
my Salosrooms, corner of Fort
and Quoon streets,
On MONDAY, Jnn. 18, 1897,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
This opportunity of Rooming a
Magnificent "Wilikiki Boaoh Lot
is undoubtedly tho finest ever
offered and most certainly tho
best ohiineo to obtain a Suporb
Seaside Etsidonce. The loca
tion aud Bathing aro par ox-
collonco. Tho Proporty is thick
ly plantod with woll-grown cocoa
nut and othor trees, and well
covered with munionio grass.
Tho I'roporty has boon wisely
divided to suit tho requirements
of any intending purchaser or
can bo diaposod of in toto,
A Plan of satno may bo soon at
my Auction Room.
- 53 Qui 8h
I -..(.. till
By tha Miowera iho other
.'day, wo received direct from
tho factory, a magnificent as
(Sortincni of Freiuih China.
'Amonja the lrt vs have two
:nov stock patterns, from which
customers mny select either
ono pieco or ten down. In this
way customers may rcplaco
any breakage at tho lowest,
possible cost anil without the
necessity of purchasing an
ontiro now set.
In this same invoice wo hava
somo of the most beautifully
decorated toilet sets over shown
in Honolulu. These aro made
of fine crockery and will orna
ment any wash stand.
A fad among Honolulu peo
ple is decorating ohiaa. At
tho exhibition by the pupils of
Miss French at Oahu College
a short timo ago, somo beau
tiful specimens, tho work of
her pupils, wore shown and
will stand comparison with the
work of professional artists
abroad. Our stock which was
openo.1 n day or two ago con
tains all sorts of piecos and in
many size's. Thoy are mado
especially for decorating and
Von Holt Block,