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you Do;:' t ' 'lu Bullet 71
'he Oldest S Tagc
f Eocihijr Paper Published
I on ihe Hawaiian Islands.
you Don't Get ' r , he Wvs.
It Reaches ALL Ike People.
Subscription 75c. a month,
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Vol. III. N.. r03.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovcry dav . . . m. Sumhy at
210 JCiiiR atroot, 1I...H. .iln.H. I.
siniscnti'Tins 1 K-rns.
Per Month, .lcyrh . ,c Ha
waiian Islandn .... 76
For Year. A CO
For Year, rmofniii iiorlea,
ChiiimIii or M'"!;!'"' 1000
Por War, postpaid, -II11.1 1 urcign
Countries . ... 13 00
I'njrutolo ItivnrlnM.- Ydvimoo.
Teleulionn 2Wi J. Box 89.
B. L FIMV -.nager.
is tho oourco b.uuta hoalth.
Makes pure blocl, .rongthens
tho nerves, sharpens tho appe
tite, romoveu tnui mud fooling,
and makos lifo worth living.
Thousands of pooplo hnvo t03ti
fiod to tho healing virtue of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Thoir lot
tors como in every post. Thero'a
no attempt at theory. They all
assort the s--t f"ot, "Ayer'o
Sarsaparilla cured mo."
Weak, Wearv Women
who havo been bed ridden,
vexed mI.Ii u uuiu.u.ous taint,
emaciated, affliotod with dis
eases common to thoir sex,
writo gratefully of a perfect
cure. If you wish to profit by
thoir experience, nnd become
healthy and stronp take the
groat strength giver and blood
puriiior u K'jj a 1
Ukwakb of Imitation. Tho namft Aycr'H
Bnritapiirllla I prominent 011 ll.u wru:ut'r
auil blow u la ttia gloss of mcU Lottie.
AYER'S PILLS, SUBAH-COA rU, EASY TO TAKE
l-loJIisiiT Drug Co., Ltd.
SoloAjrtmtfl for tho Kejuiblio of Unwnii.
llnvlni' BfPiirtd Hip Htrvlces of Q.
R. H A KIIE.SON ua altarlu. to our niu,.lo
depart men', we uro propurcd to exe
ciu nrdrr for I'lann Tuning and He
nulling of 1'iuhcM nun OrptiiB. Mr.
Han 1-ou'n HXpt-rlfiir unci ability as ti
first clun Milnt In lil lino of work la
too well known to med further coni
meiii; snlllce to nay that we fully guar
and e nil work imru'i'ecl t" us Ord
Itfi. at 0111 olhuu wld rectdve prompt
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The Republic : King Street.
I desire to Inform the ladles of Ho
nolulu nud tin.- public generally that
I now carry, in addition to my Fine
Line of Mllllnory Goo la
The Celebrated Standard
in HHvernl style with nil the Meat
liM'Hiiteil titt'it'hiiK'iilr-also all klnilu
of muidiiim ni-eill.h Call and uxuminn
what Is coiiinirieii witi bunt duwltig
Machine in tlio world.
MRS. A j IrTNJSTA,
6u0-lw No. 505 Fort Street.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Preserving Paint Company.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
A Quiet, IJomelike Place, where Trained
Norses, MuHgngrt, "SwenisU Movoruont,"
IlatliH, Electricity and Pliyslcal Training
may bs obtidiiod.
1'. 8. KELUiaa, M. D ,
Telephone 030, Superintendent.
! TEMPOHARY ENTOMBMENT
sr.tii- i'iM:3t.i, nif rm: i,ti:
('Mii,ii .I.IIM .lltNItTI.II.
Itrlllnii, r ;;:(!(. n Crnlrnl 1'nl-
011 0f-..i.r (incrliiSH-riic
I'ri'cc-rltm itilirr iiciiih.
Aftui t!.e closiug o the roport
iu yepl ' ,) issuo, a goodly
numbu. .. teoplo, including a
fpw lii.iifi, piiHsed through tho
nssenili v, li,x)l of tho Executive
buildii ",go last look at tho
faoool lion. Albert Shelby
Willi-, .uiivoy Extraordinary and
MiniHfer Plenipotentiary of the
United SUlee, whose body lay
there in etato until 3 o'clock, tho
hour of tho funeral eorvices at
Central Union" church. For an
obvious reason, it may bo repeated
that tho body was dressed in a
suporfino bWk morning suit, and
that tho features of tho doad were
strongly remindful of lifo in sleop.
The coilin was of polished wood,
trim HI fl I With Vnlvnt fixatnnna
and having bilver handles and
By ;l o'clock the church was
nearly filled with a representative
congregation of residents. In tho
congregation woro seated Eight
Eev. Alfred "Willis, Bishop of
Honolulu, nud Bev. Alex. Mack
intosh, of St. Audrow's Cathedral,
together with Mrs. Willis and
Mrs. Mackintosh, Bov. C. M.
Hyde, D.D. atid wife, Bev. Serono
Bishop, D. JD., Bov. II. Bingham,
D. 1'., Bov. J. Loadingham
and B n W. Peck and wife.
Bertjtiiuin and Biehards streets
woro lined with a cosmopolitan
multituiii nC hotli soxi'a running
from infancy to old ago. Adju
tuut K. naif, N. G. 11., aide to
the maiuhal of tho day, accom
panied by Otlicor Mncy of tho
poli.. r to uinng tho htreets
keeping 1110 way cloar for the
militaty escort of the body to tho
In the interior ot the edifice the
front was decorated with tho flornl
tokens sent by mauy sympathiz
ers, ami they woro arranged with
great tn.Au and skill. Throe or
four wmMha were disposed in
opon order on tho onmu pipes,
and an American flog was draped
On each sido of tho iiiRtruinnnt.
Tho reading desk was aleo draped
wiui 1 no anus tuiu stripes, upjn
which boiuiuets woro nlnrwl.'
Emblematic -otnnositions and
WrOatllS ill unlimited vnriotv nf
ilowors and nvornrnetia nil lint
concealed tho choir railing and
tuo margin ot tlio platform, upon
which nNo stood n. diverainnd rlia
play of foliaco and bloom in nntn
and vasos. Dolicato palm fronds
and yellow lois in uativo fashion,
with trailing vines, boidorcd the
doorways ou either sido leading
to tho rostrum.
When tho hour had arrived tho
approach of tho procession from
tho exocutivo building was herald
ed by the strains of tho dead
inarch in Saul, played by the
Government baud uudor tho con
duct of Professor II. Horgor lead
ing tho military. Tho drum corps
of the N. G. H. followod, being
succooded by Col. G. H. MoLean,
comniaii ling, marshal of tho day,
and tho following rnliuuo of olli
cers, all c.i them mounted: Cap
tain Schaofer, chief aido; Lieut
Col. J. II. Fisher, Major Geo. F.
MoLeod; Major 0. B. Cooper nod
Captains J. T. Wayson nud B. P.
Myeis, surgeons, Captain W. G.
Afahloy, Captain Camara, Lieut.
Towse, uud two ordorlies. Co. F,
rogulars, Cnpt. Ziogler; Co. I),
volunteoia, Oapt. McCarthy; Co.
G, volunteers, Capt. Ken; Co. E,
rogulars, Capt. Coyne, and Co. A,
Captain P.Smith, volunteers, each
with 32 rank and filo, camo next
and were followod by a company
of niHiiuiM and two compauies of
bluojMikutb from tho U. S. S.
Tho haarso coming at tho rear
of tho militnry escort was accom
panied by tho pall boareinon foot.
Presidout Dolo followed in a car
riage Members of tho staff of
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1897.
the President, as commandbr in-1
chief, mnrched behind on foot, '
being Adjutant Gonernl J. II. '
Sopor, Major Curtis P. Iaukea, !
Capts. W. A. Kinuoy and J. W. I
Pratt, together with officers of the
Alort. Eight bluejackets detailed
as body boarors brought up tho I
As tlio colli u, wrapped in tho
uiiitpu estates union jack, was car
ried into tho church by tho blue
jackets, it was mot at tho entrance
by Bov. D. P.Birnie, pastor of tho
Contral Union Congregational
church, and Bev. J. M. Monroo,
pastor of tho Christian church, of
which latter thodoad Minister had
boon a communicant. While
tho body was slowly borno to
tho front, proceded by the olergy
and Sonhor Canavarro, tho rank
ing foreign ropresentative, and
followed by tho othor pall bearers,
Mr. Monroo recited tho beginning
of the Anglican burial service, "I
am the resurrection and the lifo."
Tho coffin was rested upon two
standards provided in front of tho
platform. Mrs. Willis was sup
ported to the chiof mourners' pew
bv her VOIlthflll n1. wlin .nrrinrl
himsolf under tho terrible ordeal
like a little hero. Miss Dulauoy,
6istor of tho widow, followed lean
inn 011 tho arm of HnnRnl n.nw.rnl
.?. ..- 7- " - w-"
Tho pall boarors en-
reserved for thorn in-
As tho procession en-
util tho reading was
toreu auct until tuo reading was
concludod Professor Ingalls played
a dirgo softly on the organ.
Tho hymn, "Lead Kindly
Light," was sung by Misses
Biehards and Axtoll and Messrs.
J. Q. Wood and McCurda. Mr.
Biruio then read the lesions:
Psalm 39:1 "Lord, mako mo to
know initio ond, and tho measure
of my days," etc., and 1 Cor. lo:'20
and on: "But now hath Christ
boon raised from the dead, the
firstfruitsof thorn that are asleep,"
.Miss McGrow sang, "Angels
Ever Uriu'ht ami Fair," by Han
del, Mr. Wray Taylor accompany
ing tho solo on tho orgau.
Mr. Monroe read scriptures
from tho IGth Psalm "God is
our rotugo ami strength," etc.,
and 2 Cor. 1:3 "Blessed bo tho
God and Father of our Lord
Jesus Christ, the Father of mer
cies and God of all comfort; who
comfortoth us in all our allliction,
that wo may bo able to comfort
them that are in any allliction,
through the comfort whorowilh
wo ourselves aru comforted of
God." lie nlso offered prayer.
Miss Biehards, accompanied by
Prof. IiK'nIls on tho orean. sani?
as a solo tho hymn by Nesler,
"Abido with me, fast falls the
0 von tide."
Mr. Biruio thnu repeated the
Lord's prayer, with tho prayeis
following in tho burial
collect, tho congregation
remaining silent. Tho quartet,
with Miss McGrow taking the so
prano in place of Miss Biehards,
snug the hymn, "Peaeo, perfect
peace," and thou Mr. Monroe pro
nouncod a benediction.
As the coffin wns carried up tho
aislo and the congregation slowly
moved out, Prof. Ingalls rendered
onopin s lunoral march 011 tho
Mrs. AVillis soloctod the hymns,
ami it was at her request that no
sermon was preached.
It had been arranged that an
official oaluto of fifteen minuto
guns should bo fired by the garri
son artillery, and the same by the
Alort, as tho cortege was leaving
tho church for tlio cemetery. Owing
to a mistake iu signals usual on
such occasions, tho garrison bat
tery iifar by began thundering iu
tho midst of Mihb llichiirds' solo.
When Mrs. Willis was being
supported on both sides in goiug
to her carriage, it was soon that
sho was extremely weak and there
was a unshed murmur of sympa
thy. As sho eutorod tho carriage
alio swooned and a glass of water
was hurriedly fetched to revive
her. The mauy days and uights of
watching by tho deathbed of her
husband havo been enough to
bring nuy woman with less of
wifely devotion to a state of utter
Durint? tho services in tlm
church tho troops wero drawn up
iii.uiui iiiu uuupo niuH uiuuu 11 j -
in lino ou the muuka or east side ,
of Borotania street. Whou tho
coffin was placed iu tho hoarse,
they formed .fours and marched
iu inoir posnnu. uiiont con-i
fusion the profession started for'
-.ouiiuii v.'nifinj iu inn 101 low
ing ordor of procession:
Company of Police.
Grand Marshal and Aides.
Battalion First Biment. N.G.II.
Battalion LT. S. S. Alort.
Knights of Pythias.
Pall Bearers iu Carriages.
Hearso and Body Bearers.
President Bole and Aides.
Chiof Justico and Justices of tho
Supromo Court and Judge of
the Circuit Court.
Senators and Representatives.
Captain and Officers U. S. S.
For tho benefit of those not hav
ing copies of provious issues of
Uns journal availablo for preserv
ing or mailing, the list of pall
bearers is hern rnnrintnrl frnm
yesterday's issue: S. M. Damon,
Minister of Finance; A. do s!
-Canavarro, Charge d' Affaires for
Portugal; A. G. S. Hawes, II. B.
M. Commissioner and Consul
Hnnnrnl TT Rl.i,r.,. TJ T t
M. Diplomatic Aeent and Consul
Gouoral; Mous. Louis VoBsion,
Consul nnd Commissioner for
Franco: F. A. Si'liiinfiir. flnnonl
I for Italy and Uoan for Consular
; Corps; Commander F. Hanfoid,
I U. S. S. Alert; W. Porter Boyd,
Vice and Deputy Consul Genoral
u. s. A.
The Knights of Pythias, to
which Mr. Willis belonged, wero
in lino undor tho auspices of Mys
A delegation of the Hui Aloha
Aina, or Hawaiian Patriotic
Le-igue, occupied a wagonette.
ot. Louis Co' lego was roproaeut
ed by four of the Christian Uioth
ers of its faculty.
The Hui Aloha Aina was rep
resented by a few oldorly mor.ibpis
in a wagonette.
There woro twouty-six carriages
in the procession.
Tho band on routo played tho
dead march and such familiar re
ligious airs as tlnno of "Nearer
My God to Thee," "Safo in tho
Anns of Jesus," vie.
Upon arrival at tho cemetory
tho troops opened out, allowing
tho rest of tho procession to pass
between their ranks. Tho coffin
was deposited in tho Paty vault,
tnininu.ii in my x niy tlUllj
await transportation by the
imer Australia on the 13th inst. !
1 it . 1. I
SorvicOS at tho vault (intmiflted in
tho singing ot "Asleep in
Jesus" by tho choir, reading of
tho burial service by Mr. Mouroo
nnd tho pronouncing of a bono
diction by Mr. Birnio.
Tho fioral and ovorgreon tri
butes had beon transferred to tho
cemetery in three express wagons,
and before the funeral reached
tho ground they had been suitably
disposed upon and about tho
I'Allt A 11 Ml I'lNK.
lliii. ill's In JiiilitnUo In Vcrtfiit's i'nurl
Iu the District Court this morn
ing Ah Wai, on whoso premises
Captain Kanae found oighty-tivo
tins of opium on Thursday last,
plended guilty of having opium iu
possession and was promptly lined
$250, which is tho full extent.
Tho fine was paid and Ah Wai
went forth to ultend to the busi
ness of his poi factory.
Four ohefa fiends woro uollo
pros.'d aud two others held for
trial on Monday.
Tho trial of Naihe, alias Kaili,
for larcouy in the second dogree,
occupied tho. attention of tho
Court most of tho morning, De
tective Kaapa prosecuting. Tlio
defendant is accused of stealing
$15 from Nahalowaim.
..ti 1.1 .i
Try tho Vacuum Oils? They
wear bettor thau uny lubricants
yv, jijuuuiiucu itjiw lino milium.
Pacific Hardware Co., agouts.
-! I ki ifelAjl 11 Jkml 1h- tlkltft ..iiiMlrni
j IMTFRrJaTM'M! QMfinTiMP
,M ' Cn"fl ' ,U'!- UumUIi
inKr.ss i' tiii: ti.- at ka-
f.lllf .IKCIHI.IMCI- lf ItltPM-MtMt SjlVC-
litlir-'!!i Sciircn tlml.. fji 10
llir Until- iirHotui; i'riti.
Up to 1:30 p. in. nearly one
hulf of tho team which is repro
scuting Hawaii in the internation
al shooting had mado thoir scoros.
At that hour a recess was takon
to change the markers and gio
tho scorers a little resit.
Tho California toam is repre
sented by Lieutenant Philip V.
Lansdalo and Paymaster W. J.
Littell of tho Alort, who woro
specially dolegated by Comman
der Hanford for tho purpose.
They havo a numbor of men from
tho warship to assist thorn.
Up to this writing 13 has boon
tho highest uumbor of points mado
and thoro havo boon eomo very
poor scores. About 1 o'clock a
miniature galo was blowing across
1 ""mature galo was blowing a
tuo butls which bothcrod
marksmen a good deal,
1" n forty-four muu havo
fortv-four meu havo shot
a total of 1711 points or 2
than an nvernim nf :t)
Subsequent scores will probably
incrcaso tins average
Following aro tho completo
Rordfeld M. 1 i 5 1 1 1 1 5 1 3-12
Ordway U . .1 1 l 3 3 1 1 1 3-38
Duchasky A.l 3 31115 1 1 1 39
Petorson VA 13 3 5 1 1 -1 1 5-12
Schmidt B. .5 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 5 1-13
Smith VY J D.5 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10
Butler D. .. .2 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 3 1-38
Cooko D ... .0 3 3 1 1 2 1 3 0 1-27
Wat-on A.. .1 1 5 1 1 1 1 3 3 5-10
Johnson F 3 1 1515 1 1 5 1-12
Jjudwig b-i 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1-38
Austin F. . -5 1 1 1 5 1 1 5 -1 1-13
HanevoldF 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-13
Carlylo II. -1 2 3 5 1 1 2111 35
Ainark 1) 5 111111 1 5 1 -12
Petorson F 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 5-10
BossF. . . . 1 3 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 3-31S
Ferry F ... - 0 3 3 1 1 5 3 1 5 3 -35
Johansen . .-1 1 3 3 1 1 1 3 1 3 -3(5
Hinds F. .. 3 1 3 1 5 5 3 1 5 1-10
Luahiwa. . 1 3 3151 1 5 1 5-11
Sproat E 1 1 1 1 1 3 5 3 -I 1-3'.)
Kiestor U... -1111313 11 1 38
O'ConnerE -3 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1-10
Mooro E. . 1 1 1 5115 1 1 1-12
Coyne E. .
-5 -1 5 3115 5 3 1-12
-1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 5 1-12
4212 131531 35
uuijjiowu xj tj tt t x -x -t 'l if itu
Soy bold E. 1 13 313 2 1 3 3-33
Gepptut E. 1 13 2 510 1 3 2-31
IV.11. . 1.1 tlllflfJ4JJ 11
Johnson D-5 3 1 1 1 1 1 5 5 1
-3 1 1 15 51 1 1 1-11
Cook J V.
3 3 31113 1 3 2-33
1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1-11
0 5 5 5 1 1 1 3 1 3-37
1 3 13 51115 1-10
: .1 .1 :i a a .1 1 4 '2-:w
Fried'dorir Fl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-10
Fisher stair 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 5 1-12
Elvin stair. .51115 1 1 1 1 1-12
Vida D ....13115 13 511-10
Florel E. . . .5 1 1 3 1 3 5 1 1 1-10
WhitohoadE.l 1 1 1 5 1 3 1 2 3-37
IHlio 11 lc Insinuation.
At a regular mooting of Lodge
Lo Progros No. 121, A. ,fe A. S.
Bite, hold last night, Past Master
D. Dayton installed tho following
15 11. Norton, W. M.
Geo. A. Davis, S. W. '
C. J. Sherwood, J. W.
E. A. Williams, Sec.
O. M. White, Sen. Deacon.
A. M. Turner, Jun. Deacon.
J. Soh w, I. G.
L. Tonissaint, O. T.
Tho W. M. then installed P. M.
Dayton as troasuror, and ho re
ported that tho financial condi
tion of the Iod.go was good This
lodge meets on tho last Monday
of every month.
If you want a nice lunch and a
cool glass of sparkling Seattle
beer to wash it down, go to tho
Anchor Saloon. No place iu
town will cater to your wauls in a
more artistic manner than genial
Paddy Byan aud his assistant A.
Pkiok 5 Cents.
a vr.w PKoi'iiir.ron,
Thp (JolcUn ituln ::i.ru:ir till !tco;eir
on 'limil.i.y .Ttnrnliur.
J. M. Webb, who is now thf
sole owikt nnd rn-mager of tho
store foimerly known as tho Gold
en Bulo Bazaar on Fort elreof.
told a BtTLi.rriN reportor this
morning that ho would bo ready
to open up business 011 Monday
morning. Tho stock of nativo curi
osities boloegiug to Mary Ailau,
which formerly occupied a cornor
of tho store, has been transferred
to tho Women's Exchange, and
tho additiom! t"i tlm gained
has beon utilized by Mr. Wobb iu
the display of goods in his line
which will be confined to station
ery, books and periodicals, musit
and musical instruments and the
general lino of novelties usually
found in tho bent ntnrea nt Hint
In opening up business on Iub
own account Mr. Webb adopts
tho plan of doing a strictly cash
business. Nothing will lin anlri
on credit, but ho hopes to bo ablo
10 son gootis so cuoap lor cosh
that it will pay thoso who havo
not tho ready money on hand to
go to tho bank and borrow tho
necessary monoy to trado with
Mr. Wobb is thorouuhlv con
versant with tho business in
Which ho has beeomn n. nrnnrin.
tor, having had fourteen year's oa-
uiuiHucu iu 11, uio nrst tou ot
Which WCrO Bnnilt with tlm nlrt
Pacific Coast firm ot Lo Count
Bros, nnd tho Inst four in Miia
city. Ho hopes by strict atten
tion to customers and uniform
treatment of all to merit at loast n
share of the trado of tho Hono
N1111I. Allen's Claim mill I'.xtt'iMluii
ol' I line lor All Ileloiiilniim.
Tai Kee, tho ownofof a lease
hold at B-'ulauia and Pon
sacola streets, has by Iub
his atternoy, A. S. Humphroys,
sued out a writ of mnndamus to
compel the Minister of tho Inte
rior to idsuo hi in a liconse for n
lodging hoiibii he has built on tho
Kinney & I'allou for defendants'
have filed a bill of exceptions to
tho judgment delivered in tin
case of Jonathan Spoonor vs.
Julia Spoonor Bice and William.
S. C. Allej, as one of tho de
fendants in tho condemnation
suit ot tho Minister of tho Inte
rior for land on the water frontr
files an answer claiming eight,
thousand dollars as just compen
sation if tho Government be
proved to havo the right to con
demn his laud. The Attornoy
Goneral has filed an exlonsion of
time for defendants to unawer till
the 10th iust.
B0910 Hopkins by hornttoruoyB
Thurston A; Stauloy, has filed n.
suit for divorco against Edward.
Win. H. Thono vs. Cnrl Klora
mo, defendant's bill of oxcoptioua,
was arguod and submitted before
tho Supremo Court this morniug
Davis for plaintiff; Thurston A
Stanley for defendant.
Till; IMISTI'ONKII ntxiT.
liiilriiriiilfiiiMi Hull CroitoVri ttlia. .
llllllt'l'l-4 I. Hut Kvfiiliie.
The dance at Independence
park last evening, postponed front
Now Year's eve, was a most suc
cessful affair, in was to bo expec
ted from tho names on tho com
mittces in chargo of it.
The docoratiouB of tho haltt
wore oxtromoly pretty, tho young
gontlomon at tho decoration c.)i!
niilteo haviug had tho assistance
of a numbor of thoir lady frieufjo .
Dancing commenced soon nfltu
8 o'clock aud it was aflor mid
night beforo tho last number oiii
tho progiam was reached. E.c
collont music for dancing wnei
furnished by tho Quinlet Club of
tho Hawaiian National lmmr,"nAi&
thoir singing botweon the dunces,
addod much to tho general odjq$
' itJ It ?. -m. .' ",V: -'l'
'im.'t "it ,,. i.r