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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1897.
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For scrofula, boll3, ulcers, sores, car
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, disorders originating in vitiated
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, flcial as u remedy for catarrh, rlicu
' mattsra, r.nd rhsuir.atic gout. As a
' Tonic, it assists tho process of
digestion, stimulates tho sluggish
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builds up tho body when debilitated
by excossUo faliguo or wasting
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is a skilfully-prepared combination
of tho most powerful alteratives and
tonics. Xo other blood-purlfler gives
equal satisfaction or is so universally
OR. J. C. AYEfi & CO., Lotftll, Mkj., U. ti. k
GOLD MEDALS at IteVWs Chief Exposlllons.
Ayer's PiHs cmu muqusness
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
BoloAgeata for the ltepnulio o Hawaii.
"Will her.nfl.r wkf hla HEAD
QUA KTKRS at the
Hi- will ro'iiiiic teaching in the una
0I11I tiruui'hv '' lil prnlosMon VIO
LIN mm the CULTIVATION of the
VOICK on MOKUAV, Jim. II, 1897.
A-y unniiiiuiiiiutioii ftiliiieo.ed to
nbuvo mHiiLimifil firm will ret-elve
Iiuiiii attention. Mr. Yarndlev will
iiho hku ulmruf of ull Piano Timing
or Hawaiian Ntw Company's Itore,
whr re he will ho plea-ed lo rerelvu ord
ers lor nil uoh wink. Telephone No.
Tho KING BROTHEKS will also
receive oiik-rti 111 tin-lr Art Store, No.
110 Hulel 8- Tf leplioiio 007.
flavin H(-pur.il the? swvlees of Q
ilep'trtuifit', w are prepared to exe
cuIh indent fitr I'latio Tuulng and Itu
nailing of I'ihiios anH Oruna. Mr.
Hiinirou's fxpcrit-ucoiiiiil ability as
first oluia artist In his lino of work It
too wi-ll known to in cil furihor com
nient; Hufllce to tay that we fully guar
uuti o all work iiimiMed f m Orders
It-ft at our (itlluo will receive prompt
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
( The Republlo : : King Street.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Houiollko I'lnoe, where Trained
Nurses, Moiaiitf, "Bei'ih Movement,"
Baths, Electricity unit I'hygitml Training
jay be obtained.
X'. 8. KELLOGG, M. V ,
Telephono 639. Hiiperintendeat.
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THE INTERNATIONAL SHOOT
'iiii: sco hi: akiianokd accord-
iki TO CUKKIIItlOOII.
Colonel Mcl.eiiii'n I.rtlrr to Colonel
KIiictliMiMltl hiiiiie t'xptlinnlluiia
nf Pour Neuron ITtadn.
The 5ut?rsr.tionnl sbootinc
' .tfnlt la aT. n.irl llmnn .mnrA
in it 111 u putting m tlmir timo ox
plaininu tlin scores in ado ami
guessing at tho possible outcomo.
The prevailing opinion seems to
bo that Hawaii will win ovon
with tho poor total mrule. Ama
teur nmikuinen think tho scoro a
good 0110 and that it will not bo
beaten by tho Californians.
Colonel Fisher says ho cnu take
tho same team and mnko 100
more with it than was inodo on
Saturday any day in tho wook.
Following is th) Hcom iirrangeu
nccording to Creidmoor rules:
Co. Nnrao To tnl.
D Smith V II -llCSSlMlu dl
E Ovnrlieck 515Wo3515 U
B Schmidt 5UGUU5L4'd
F Austin 6'14-lfii-J5-l-l 43
F Hannvold 55r.4444414-43
D Lemon .. 4445435455-13
G Morse 344545544543
B Whin 4414-14445542
St Fisher J H 445144445142
DAinmk 54414444ol 12
E Moor.. LA 414544544442
B FiaHlier 451454441142
F Johnson S 314515114542
1) .Johnson W P.. 534444 1554 42
G Kuliko J 5431454514-42
A Hordfnlil 45514 1454342
E Coyno 515341553112
G Boso G. . . . ; . . 4315445553- 42
F Gumpfor 444454414441
D Gero 445144414441
E Sutton 311455444441
G Wilcox Lieut... 4443444554 11
F Muleitnor 434445544441
F LuMlitw.i .Jd45l4f)4 41
E'l'..' r H 314531451511
A Pettoroon 548351444541
& i' .. ir . oilorf 4114 14444440
B (!h.mi 4414141141-40
B Eiloy 4444141414-40
G Wallm-0 4131441454-40
F Pettoison 4444441435- 40
D Lewis 34415-11444-40
15 Oummius 344154414140
F Dovauuhelle . .. .4443544444 40
E O'Connor 31415141 14-40
D Smi. h W J 543444441440
D "Wilder H 4445144443-40
13 acholiVld 4413143455-40
Oliarlock W H..33 14445454-40
A AValson .4151444335-40
F Fitzimraons. ...4313544454 40
D Vila F 3445413544-40
E Floiiil 5443435144-40
O Cnmarn 354444543140
F Hinds 343i553454 40
G Mahouay 434444144430
F Cooko J 444 4314444- 39
St Ashlov 433414445439
St Kvae" 443443145439
A Dusclmlsky ....433444544439
E Winant 344531444439
D JJuiiicttu 34543444M 89
D Bui'lmnnn -145343444439
E Snroat 4444435344-39
D Wilder W 443444544339
O Ferreira -143145143439
B Hay 01 up 3344435145-39
G Nakuina 5431433454-39
B Hapai 4333555344-39
B Giles 4321454445-39
E Kicstor 441434344438
F Vollberg 444443341438
F Ludowig K 434444434438
E Miller Corp.. ..6343444434 -38
B Ordway .4148345443-38
E Middlrton 443154443338
G Koliipio 534435443338
D MeKinuon 2414484-145-38
D Butler 244444543438
F Beokort 8443554442-37
1) Boyd ,. . . .333444444438
G Koalolm 4443334444-37
G Shonvood 344444434337
E WhitoboBd 4444543423-37
B Ewing ,0555444343-37
F Robs 433443444336
F Johusou. . . . i . .443344434330
E Mnyno.J 334413358430
D Harris 3333534548-3(5
E Short 4348454342-36
B Bolster 444305355336
H Souza 4353143333-35
H Carlyle 323544244435
D Coakloy 4242434534-85
St Scbaofer 0144434444-
D Maoy 0343354454-
F Forry 0334453454-
G Bobo M B K. . .4444440344-
C Speokmnn 3444440534-
D Zorbe 23H3344345-
St Jones 4303444435-
D Nott AV 3344233443-
E Seybold 4433432433-
E Scott 3331443432-
G Ioa J M 4344422233-
E Geppert 4432510132-
St Wall 2433433330-
I Cooke 0331421304-
Sovoral o the best shots fell
down sadly ou Saturday, notably
Colouol Fishor and Sorgoaut El
vin of tho staff who pucIi should
have made 3or4 points more than
they did. Captain Sehaofer's 35
is accounted for by his firing his
first shot at tho wrong target nnd
consequently not gettiug it count
ed. Privato W. II. Smith of
Company D carried off tho bonorB
of tho day with 44, outranking
Ovorbeck of Company E with tho
samo number of points under
Creodmoor rules, tho lnttor having
a 3 in bis ecoro while Smith hud
nothiiic but 4's nnd 5's. Sergeant
major Wall's 28 is explained by
wunt of practise for six months
nnd tho usn of a strango riilo,
while Cooko's 27 is attributed to
bad eyesight and tho glaro of the
afternoon sun. Nearly all tho
marksmen claim thoy could have
done bettor had tho shooting boon
arraugod for earlier in tho day.
From 12 to 3 o'clock there was
too much wind blowing to do
good shootiug, but on tho whole
the weather must bo put down ns
Colonel McLean addressed tho
following letter to Colouol Mno
douald, commanding tho Califor
nia regimout, by lust night's mail:
First Bkoimknt, N G. H. )
Honolulu, B. H., Jan. 10, '97.
UOLONKL WM. AlACDONALU,
Comtnunding Fitst Bog
intantry, jn. u. u.
My Dear Colonel; I have tho
honor to enclosoyou herewith, tho
official scoro in tho match shoot,
which took placo yesterday Lo
tweou tho hot is of 11 a. in. and 5
p. m. between tho 1st Bef-'t., N. G.
II , and the 1st llogt. Infantry, N.
I would also stato that your in-ten-sls
wore ably represented ly
Oaphu'n Frauklin Uanford, fj. S.
N., Commanding U. S. S. Alert,
assisted by Lieut. P. V. L-iusdulo
and Paymaster W. J. LiUl.
The conditions of the match as
agreed upon wereclosoly observed.
The weathor was considered favor
able, nlthough, ns our rongo ex
tends across a shoot of water, tho
relloclion of tho strong sunlight
on tho wator during the aftornoon
interfered somewhat with good
bhooting I ouly mention this to
let you know our surroundings.
Out- record is 3867, on which
we must win or loso.
Wo cannot hear from you bo
foro ihe arrival of tho Coptic on
the 23rd inot. and you may im
agjno wo are eagerly looking for
ward to sec how your boys fared.
If you can beat tho above scoro in
n match shoot,you bavo surely got
a oraok rogimont.
With my best regards to you
personally, I havo tho honor to bo
Your obedient servant,
Signed! K. H. MoLuan,
Colonol First Bgt. N. G. II.
l'ur 1 I' 1 11 if.
This afternoon employees of tho
Wilder Steamship Company pre
sented Commodoro George Beck
ley with a purse of money. It is
to be expended by him for a uow
Hawaiian ilug to bo bought by
him on tho Coast whon ho goos
up to fetch down the now steamer
for the company. Vifjgo Jacob
son engrosBod nu address that ac
companied tho presentation.
1 ' m .
An Uururluuate Family.
. , Many people will remember E.
A. Galaspo who used to rnn a
rostauraut ut Pearl City and died
a Bhort time since. His widow
and threo children were brought
up from Ewa this morning, the
woman to b,o examined for insani
ty and ouo of the children to be
sent to Kalihi as a leper suspect.
YOUNG JAPAN BUMPTIOUS
WMS TO DOHIMTi: WHITE AMI)
MU'IM.ANT III.ACK 11 ACES-
ItimKlnm Itntprx r Ur-nt l'iuer M-
12 Ann lis o Nl-lili TliliiUIni;
of JitAiiee Cxinnlin,
The following exttacts from nn
nitiolo in the Ximouri Shinbun,
a Japaueso home paper, uro re
prin '.'d by til-? Shanghai Mercury
with caustic coumoiits:
"It is time to awake from our
dream of slay-at home seclusion
and give rein to tho bold Japanese
spirit of adventure. Tho expau
sivo powor of tho Japauoso race
must mnko itself felt eastward
through North and South Ameri
ca nud tho Indies, westward
through India, and southward
throughout Polynesia, dominat
ing everywhere tho whito inhabit
ants and supplanting the blnek
"Tho making of a Greater Jap
an should not bo limited to tho
piecemeal oxtension of our
dominions. Tho spirit of coloniz
ntion'must bo encouraged nnd
emigration facilitated by tho au
thorities at home, while abroad
Legations and Consulates must
bo established at puco for tho pro
tection and assistance of our
"Japaueso settlors havo already
opene.! trado in tho groups of iol
ands, English, Dutch, Frnch nnd
Gorman, lying bolweon Formosa
and Australia, and of latoyeois
tho tido of Japaueso emigration
has set southward with almost ir
resistiolo forco. The islands im
mediately ndjacont to Formosa
viz., tho Philippine and Caroline
groups belong to Spain, and
tliero is dungcr of our spheres of
influence cianhiag, To guard
against this an agrcomout delim
iting our respective territories was
drawn up after the war, but tho
couth - goiug tiilo ol Japanese
emigration is not to be Mnjed by
the powor of man, and contact and
complications between Japanese
and Spaniards aro inevitable. Tho
murder of a Japauoso by a native
in an island of tho Cnrolino group
last February is a case in point.
The munleror was let off, and
redress was thereupon claimed,
through our Minister in Paris,
from tho Spanish Government,
but there being no Envoy special
ly charged with Japaueho in
terests in Mndiid, the matter
could not bo cleared up and satis
fac'orily settled. Not only aro
such complications bound to oc
cur, further, tho Spanish authori
ties, mistakiug our natural expan
sion for simplo aggression aro de
voting attention to military defciiao
in tho Philippines. It appears
also that at tho clone of the war
Spain was for joining tho Triple
Alliance, with a view to robbing
us of the fruits of our victory in
tho south. To prevent the recur
rence of 6uch misunderstandings
and to trausactthodiplomatio busi
ness arising fiom tho proximity
of our poBsossions it is .most
necessary that a Minister Pleni
potentiary should bo appointed to
"Hawaii is tho country of tho
highest importance anil lnightest
prospects for our emigrants, who
already number more than 20,000
of the total population of 7U.000.
Evory year some 2000 Japaueso
emigrants scttlo in Hawaii, and of
thoso who go tho majority stay
after tho expiration of their eon
tracts. Tho growth of our influ
onco has naturally undo us an ob
ject of jealousy to foreign coun
tries such ns America, Portugal
and Englaud, and the present Ha
waiian Government who favor tho
idea of a union with tho United
States. In view of these facta nnd
of our great and growing interests
in tho country Japan can no long
er bo content to bo represented
raoroly by a Consul-Gonoral, and
the appointment of a Minister
Besidont is desirable.".
Chris. Gortz is reported sorious
.j.AAkrv, .-. gr;-i.-TJt '-r,
nillTinil GltUISKIt VOWKItPUL.
Enermotia llortc Power IOTeloptil on
Her Trlnl Trip.
Tho rocont trial of tho British
cruisor Poworful was a decided
success in all respects. At tho
four hourB' forced-draught trial
eho developed 24,886 horsopowor
and a speed of 21.8 knots. Tho
intended speed was 22 knots, but
ns tho forco of wind was 6 (equal
to a pretty stiff galo) the officials
woro confident that tho ship under
moro favorablo conditions was
ablo to make 22$ knots. Tho
boilors, which aro of tho Belleville
type, worked without n hitch and
carried 257 pounds of steam. As
soon ns tho forced trial hail termi
nated tho ship began her four
hours' trial under natural drnught,
during which 22,000 horsepower
wore easily maintained. Tho
evolutions woro equally satisfac
tory, tho engines requiring only
cloven to fifteen seconds in chang
ing from full speed nction to full
speed ahead and thirty seconds
fiom full ahead to stop. Further
exhaustive trials will bo carried
ou with tho ship.
ANoriit.u sri:.titim mm:.
The Nun I'i-hiu'Ikco anil Yfiliotiniuii
Uy the last mail Mr. Georgo E.
Boardman received word that tho
first steamer of the San Francisco
and Yokohama Transportation
Company would leavo Yokohama
on or about Fobruary 5 for San
Francisco, calling at this port on
route. Tho steamer had not boon
decided on but when soloctcd its
name and oxnot Bailing ditto will
bo cabled to Mr. lioatdinou, who
will bo tho Honolulu ngetit of tho
lino. Tho ngents at San Frnuois
co in all probability will bo Chap
man x KJO.
Mr. Boardman thinks tho now
line will receive considorablo pa
I trouago from small shippera nt
l both onds who claim to havo been
ignored hv the lug linorf. In any
ovent the cstat lishmont of thU
lino is another fact illustrating
tho growing iinpoitatico of Hono
lulu as n port.
Tim S(MrbiifliM V.iyncc
On the last voyage of the Tillie
E. Stat buck from this port to
New York, she urn iuto a terrific
hurricane in Lat. 24 North, in
tho North Atluntio Ocean. A
whole suit of sails was blown
away. Tho storm struck tho ves
sel nback about 1:40 o'clock in
tho afternoon. Tho mizzn-top
mast with top-gallaut, royal and
skysail yards, and tho foie-top-gallaut-mast
nnd yards woro car
ried away. Tho heaviest part of
mo oiow instetl until 0 p. in., hut
tho galo continued for two days.
Tho Stnrbuck mado tho voyage in
116 days, tho samo ns tho year
beforo, and arrived a day ahead
of tho ship Commodore. Her
sugar cargo turned out well, not a
sack boiug dnmagod.
At tnilllu Nqtiurr.
The program for tho baud con
cert at Emma Square this evening
is given bolow:
MarcU Directorate Buusa
Oiurture 1'uet nud I'vaeaut Suppe
Selection Martha.... Flotow
Bolo ami Clinruae. Member of Hie Y. II. I
under tlie leadership of Mr. ('uetho.
Iti'UiliiUccnce of Oifcntmcli Con null
March El Capltnln tfoura.
Heuilnlaccnces of Midwinter Fair . ..Uonlcun
Walu -Vuvurlto Melodies Heifer
District Court Itema.
In Judge do la Yorguo's court
thin morning half a dozen drunks
received tho usual fine.
Ah Ho, opium in possession,
was given thirty dr.ya nnd Cbris
Sing was fined $50 for tho samo
Ah Sam nnd AhSingwero fined
$10 eaoh for gambling, and Chu
Kong nnd Pin Chew $25 each for
haviug chofa tickets in possession.
A number of other opium cases
wero set for trial on the 14th.
ftiimmiMu ; vjMtJK", ' '
AnicrlcaiiH Overlooking Tlirlr u-n
InterratH In oppoalui; It.
Though it i8 only natural to
jeor a bit nt Englnnd on account
of her recont failures in tho land
grabbing line, and to inquire
dorisivoly why tho lion is not
getting his traditional sharo
everything except tho bones, that
is in tho cutting up of the
Chiuese Empire thatseomstobavo
begun, yet no barm would be done
if theso expressions of cynical
nmusement woro expiessed long
enough to giyo timo foi consider
ntion of a point mndo in our cable
dispatch from London. Even n
liltlo delay of this sort is likoly to
result in such serious realization
of cortniu fncts, that the inclina
tion to cry 'At last I ' ovor tho
successful infringement of Great
Britain'o patent, rany turn into a
feoling altogether different. As
our correspondent says, England
opens free markets wherover sho
goes, and in not one of tho num
berless ports whore her flag
waves from tho shore, does the
captain of a ship from whose
masthead Hies nnothor bunuor,
oncountor the moro or less nearly
prohibitory hnrbor charges and
tariffs by which most other Euro
pean nations keep alien vessols
from their colonies. It is, of
courso, irritating to seo the
Britishers go about tho world,
seizing such pnrts of it as take
their fancy, but, aftor all is said
and dono, they really civilizo as
well as conquer, thoy do bnsiucss
on business principles, nnd thoy
have confidence enough in their
own skill ns shopkeepers to let
anybody who chooses build n shop
closo beside their own. Senti
mental reasons apart, there is uo
logical objection to bo mu.lo bo
causo a nation with well marked
genius for colonization follows
its instinct nnd colonizes. The
process often gives pain to a lot
of good folks, and not less fre
quently to a lot of bad ones, bnt
Uncertainly ndvaucos tho interests
of humn.it y as a whole. New
York Tim -.
Oirrnmrlii,; School. In ! u Work
The mcotiug of tho Kindergar
ten Association on Friday was
well attouded and the reports
from tho various schools showed
that good work was boiug dono.
Tho FortuguoBo nnd Japanese
schools are full to ovorllowiug,
and there is need of moro space
lo accoinuiedato tho children. Pn
buna i-ohool hns opened well under
Miss Bookey nnd bids fair to be
a lonl boou to tho childieu of thnt
Tho Ewa plantation has n fine
now building devoted to tho Kin
dergintoii; this school will bo
under tho direction of the associ
ation, wliilo tho plantation pays
all expenses. Tho thnnks of tho
association aro tendered tho plan
tation for tho good exnmplo, and
especially to Mr. Lowrio for -liia
active porbonal interest in tho en
torpribc. Miss Lawrenco reports progross
in the traiuing class, nud urges
all who aro interested in the
schools to visit thorn as often ns
possible. Mrs. Orubbo has Bln
cero thauks for hor geuorons gift
of a piano to tho Japanese school.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cooko and
Mrs. AV. G. Irwin wero thanhed
for gotioroiiB donations of muoy.
A goodly tin m Dor of friends who
have novor formally connected
themselves with tho association
havo kindly contributed to the
funds. It would bo impossible t)
uamo mem an, nut tno association
is grateful to them and takes tins
opportunity of expressing it -jut-
Mr. N. O. Harlnn and Miss Bell
Elliott will bo .married todny nt
tho rosidonco of Eev. D. P. Bimio
ut 5 p. m. Miss Elliott has lately
arrivod from theColouit-s and Mr.
Harlan ia an employee of Cattle it