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HONOLULU, H. I,v THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Loss of Strength
Tho testimony of Mr. R.
Donuia, Adelaide, South Aus
tralia, who wan cured by Ayer'e
Sarsaparilla, is like unto that of
many thousands of othors. Ho
"It is with very much pleasuie
tlmt I testify to the great benefit I
received from using your wonderful
blood-purl llcr. 1 whs a sufferer for
years from indigestion, loss of
strength and appetite, and connlipa
tlon. My wholo sj stern seemed to
be thoroughly out of order. Afriend
finally told mo to talco Ayer's Sarsa
parilla. I followed his advice, though
feeling discouraged at .tho fruitless
results of other treatment, and I am
thankful to stato that a few bottles
completely cured inc."
Tho medicine that hao cured
others will euro you.
Dnoiw of InDit'on- Tb nrio Ayev'
SurHi.itarllla- Is prominent on Ibo wrapper
nd biown la tUo glass of eacfc bottle.
ITollistcr Drug Co., Ltd.
3olo Agents for tho Itojmblio of Hiiwiiii.
BR. J. W.AiyiDLE? i
Will hereafter moke his HEAD
QUARTERS at tho
Ho will resume teaching in tho ape
oinl branches ot Mm iirofehloii--VIO-LIN
unit the CULTIVATION of the
VOICE on MONDAY, Jmi. 11, 1697.
Any communication addrosted to
above mentioned llun will receive
prompt attention. Mr. Yurndley will
alf-o take, charge, of all Piano Tuning
for Hawuilmi New Company's tttore,
where L will be pleased to receive ord
erH for all nuoh work. Telephone No.
The KING BROTHERS will also
receive orders at their Art Store, No.
110 Hotel St. Telephone 007.
Having secured the services of G.
R. HARRISON ttsaitaohetooiirmuslo
department, we aro prepared to exe
cutn orders for Piano Tuning uml Re
pairing of Pianos and Orwunt. Mr.
HanlHou's experience and ability us a
lint cIiuh artist iu his line ol work Is
too well known to need further com
ment; Bullh-e to say that we fully guar
antio all work intrusted ti tw. Ordnrs
left at our olllce will receive prompt
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Tho Republic : : King Street.
Tho Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiot, Homelike PLice, wkoro Traiued
Nnri.es, Masxnpd, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity aud Physical Training
way 1)3 obtained.
P. S. KELLOGG, M. D.,
Telephone- 039. Sunuiutoudenl.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
f'llllAN 1IICOHN1TION lt-SI.L'TION
I.-. CCNCUtSN I.IK IlUK.IIANT
Senator for Sundry Minim Tho Oiibnn
War IlniiM frmn It on nil
. i'mtrd .srAr.s.
A rich striko of gold has been
mado iu Santa Barbara .county,
Thomas 0. Piatt's return as
Souator for New York ia consid
Tho battleship Oregon has been
ordered to sea from San Francisco
for drill and practise.
Albany, N. Y., on Jan. G cele
brated the one hundredth anniver
sary of its being tho Stato capital.
The third of tho series ot torpe
do boats building by tho Coluru
hia Iron Works, Baltimore, has
Dubois, a silver Ttopublicnn,
will bo returned to tho U. S.
Senute from Idaho, through a
quarrel of tho fusionists.
James J. Corbott thrashed his
stage runnagor at Detroit aud re
fuses to pay his wages. Ho was
fined for tho assault iu tho polico
Ex Postmaster General Wnnn
maker has been beaten in tho con
test for Souator in Pennsylvania,
receiving 75 votes to 133 for Boiso
It is Baiil that Joines C. Dun
ham, who murdered a family
near San Joso, Cal., iu May last,
escaped to Cuba in the filibuster
It is said Cornelius N. Bliss has
accepted the placo of Secretary of
tho Navy in McKiuley's Cabinet.
Souator Allison says ho will not
be in tho Cabinet.
Genoral Francis A. Walker,
president of tho Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology and widely
known as n writer on economics,
died at Boston on tho 5th inst.
Senator Calvin S. Brico is at the
head of a syndicate of United
States oflico holders and capital
ists to secure a monopoly of tho
railroad, tolofjraph and tolephono
system of China.
Sheriff I. H. Slaughter of East
Baton Bongo is short iu his ac
counts to tho amount of 10,000.
TIub is tho third defaulting She
riff or Tax Colloctor in Louisiana
exposed in one week.
An army o woodchoppors in
Missouri woro rescued from tho
treo tops, whoro thoy had saved
their lives from floods iu Mis
souri. Tho Mississippi was ris
ing ah inch an hour at St. Louis.
At n freo silver conference at
Lincoln, Nebraska, Bryan and
others spoke. Congressman
Greene, amid wild choering, no
minuted Bryan as the presidential
candidate of tho solid bimotallio
forces in 1900.
ITtOOEEDINdS IN CONGRESS.
Iu tho Sonata on tho Gtli an
ad verso report from tho Commit
teo on Foreign Halations ou tho
claim of John S. Wallor, United
States Consul at Madagascar, for
damoges by reason of his arrest
and imprisonment,. was presented
and indefinitely postponed.
A resolution was agreed to,
calling for information concern
ing any executivo action touching
tho recognition of any foreign
government or people.
A joint resolution requesting
tho Government of Groat Britaiu
to pardon Mrs. Maybriok was in
TheSenato adopted a joint reso
lution domauding tho release of
Sauguilly, an American citizen,
undor sontenco of perpetual con
finement in Cuba.
Congressman Powers boliovos
tho Paoific railroads funding bill
will pass this sossion.
Wool growors have had a hear
ing boford tho Ways andMoans
Committee, urging protection for
their languishing indtihtry.
Tho Cuban recognition resolu
tion is lying dormant in tho hands
of thu Cominitteo of Foroign Iso
lations aud it in understood vi'l
not bo pushed.
A memorandum from tho D
partment ot otnto Ijfm'been punt
ed as a Senate document, quoting
many precPiIculH tending to auo
the accuracy of Secretary Olnry'
coutontion tiiat tho recognition of
foreign governments should bo
exclusively an executivo fmteti m
iu which Congress had no prut.
DV1NO IN A CUUAN MU.SOX,
Harry Delgado, conespond.'iit
of a New York paper, is soul to be
dying in u Cuhau prisou. Ho is
a native of Brooklyn, N. Y., but
tho Spaniards chargo tuat ho is n
Cuban and identical with Iticardo
Delgado, an iubiirgent oilicor. A
sistorof Harry Dolgado has left
an affidavit of his American iden
tity with Secrotary Olnoy.
CHASED A TUGllOAT.
Tho cruipor Baleioh chased tho
big tug Walter A. Luckenbach
four hours, without overhauling
hor, and thon firod a shot to com
mand tho lyiug to of tho tug. The
signal was respected aud a boat
from the American cruiser brought
n u ofiicor on board tho tug. After
finding tho papeis all right tho
oiiieer told tho captain of tho tug
ho might go on. Tho tug had on
ly run away to givo tho crui'or a
race, tho Boleigh having mistaken
tho tug for tho filibuster Three
A rOKTUNATE IN'VENTOIt.
Sleepy Eye, Minn., Jan. C
Graut Bramble, who invented and
patontcd tho wonderful rotary en
gine, states that ho has todnv trans
ferred tho right to mauufnctuie
and sell tho engines to Henry
Frauds Allen, representing tho
Alton syndicate in England, for
$3,100,000. This represents tho
salo for only tho Uuited States.
England, Germany, Franco and
Europe had bopu previously sold
for 8-1,000,000. The mvontor yet
controls tho rights for Mexico and
tho Canadian provinces. Tho iu
vnntor is now worth ovor 87,000,
000 and does not appear any way
oxoited ovor tho matter. He was
yesterday elected an Alderman of
the village lioro.
Tho big stoamor Fuerst His
marck is aslioro iu tho river Elbe.
The Archbishop of Paris lias
received a telegram from Romo
stating that the condition of tho
Popo is sufficient to inspire alarm.
Solicitor Bussell, one of tho
lawyers dofouding Edward J.
Ivory, alias Ed ivard I Bell, the al
leged Irish Amorican dynamiter,
does not deny that ho advised him
to plead guilty. Bussell is a sou
of the Lord Chief Justico of Eng
land. Mr. Gladstonenveiling a mem
orial window to American mar
tyrs in Hawardon church, said
that although tho agitation iu be
half of Armenians had failed to
arouso tho great powers ho had
an unquenchable hope that tho
triumphant careor of wickedness
of the greatest assassin in tho
world (moaning tho Sultan) was
doomed to bo short-lived.
In concluding his romarks in
rosponso to tho toast of "The
American People," at tho dinner
of tho Articlo Club in London,
tho U. S. Embassador. IIou.Thos.
F. Bayard, said: "it is iu no
poor weak spirit of defiance, but
rather in a sodato, woll-considered
spirit of gratitude, that I rellect
that in performing my interna
tional duty I havo done something
to brintf tho hearts and hands of
our peoples closer together. In
that reflection is my reward. It
is mine aud belongs to mo. I
brought it hero aud Bball carry it
away and keep it wherever I go."
Loud and prolonged applause
TIIK CHUN U'AIl.
Gouornl Woylor has issuod an
edict requiring ownors and man
agers of real cstato in tho pro
vinces of Piuar del Bio, Havana
and Matanzas to givo iroof with
in eight days of their ownership
or the capacity in which they aro
employed. In case of any irregu-
Continued on 4th J'tujc.
THE EMMELUTH BUILDING
.1. Xr,',!. TIllir.K STOU1LS
4ll ICK.II HANiniKNT.
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A tin m Tni'i-.lv 't'ti.m.niid It'tllait
Few people have ii'iticod the
large excavation being mndo ou
Hie lotAvhichndj-iiiH Itoiv'o paint
shop ou King t-trvei, ueaily op
posite tlic BcMxrix's business
ollice. Tho oxoavating is tioing
dono for thu foundntions and
basemont of tho now building to
bo erected by Emmeluth & Co.
and to be. used exclusively by
thorn in their largo plumbing and !
tiusmithint' hur.ino&s. i
Tho plans of the building havo
been prepared by Messrs. ltipley
& Dickey and were recently turn
ed ovor to Mr. .John Eiumolulli,
who is a practical mechanic and
will superintend thu erection of
tho building himsilf. Mr. Emiue
luth kindly showed and oxplain
ed thorn to tho writer oftorward.
Tho front elevation, shows a beau
tiful threo-story building of llu-
wauau stone and metul trim
mings, with Munsard roof of
burnished coopxr. There will bo
a light balcony projcting ovor
tho sidownlk from the first iloor,
which will differ from any other
iu tho city in that it will be com
posed entirely ot glabs
aud irou, thus allowing
all tho light possible
uudorncatli as woll as effectually
shedding tho rain. All the trim
mings and facings of tho front
and balcony will bo of metal aud
will bo highly ornamental. As
will bo soon tutor on iu this des
cription, tho building will bo as
nearly fireproof as tho character
of tho materials used will allow,
whilo 80veral novel features to bo
seeu iu no other buildings in Ho
nolulu will bo introduced.
The othor plans and details
show that tho building will bo
tlireo stories and basement, with
stono front, brick side nnd roar
walls, and uu iron roof. Tho sizo
of tho buildiug will bo -10 by 80
feet; tho Oasemont coiling 7 feet;
main lloor 1G feet, second iloor 11
foot and third 12 foot.
Tho basement walls will bo of
hoavy stono and tho lloor of cou
croto. Tho arrangomoiitsfor light
ing it aro of tho most modern
kind. It will bo large, niry and
dry and especially fitted for tho
Tho main lloor will consist of
ouo largo room with threo Bots of
largo pi u to glass windows aud
two (ioublo doors iu front.
In tho middle near tho rear
will bo tho elevator shaft aud
light woll extending from top to
bottom of tho buildiug. Around
this will bo tho stairway aud in
front tho offices, which will be
portioned off with glass and
metal railings. Tho safes for
books and valuables will bo im
bedded in concrete under tho
stnircuso, only tho front doors bo
iug visible. Tho coiling of this,
one of tho handsomest storo rooms
in tho city, will bo of metal, boiuo
thing after tho style of that in tho
now opera house. It will bo the
first business building in which
tho now stylo of ceilings so much
in vogue olsowhero has boou used
hero. It will bo divided into
panela arouud largo contor pieces
as in tho opera houso and when
completed and painted will pros
cut a handBorao and attractive ap
pearance. Tho iloor beams will
bo covored with ornamental motal
to correspond. While this Btylo
of ceiling is much more elaborate
than is needed, Mr. Emmoluth is
putting it up for tho purposo of
introducing the latest stylo of ceil
ing to tho Honolulu public and ub
a samplo ol tho olass of work hip
firm is proparod to do. Doing nil
this kind of work himself tho ex
ponso to him will bo not much
greator than tho ordinary wood
ceilings, whilo ho thinks it will
bo a good advortisomout.
Tho Boeond story will not be so
elaborately ornamented ns the
lower one and the third not at all,
boiug designed for a workshop
for tho tinsnnthiug department
I of tho business. Tho main iloor
will bo dnvoted to the diiplny of
' samples of stoves, hardware, tin
ware, etc., and will bo the gonpral
fcalesioom. Tho first lloor will be
, used to store tho largo stock of
gnodH carried by tho firm of which
eihitilps only aro exposed below.
'in. basemont will be used as a
l workshop foi tho plumbing do
J partment and for tho storage of
plumbing mid sanitary oods,
Throughout the building metal
will bo usoJ iu placo of wood
whorover possible, not only bo
cauBo of its greater resist
ance to urn but in order
that us inni'ti as possiblo of
tho work ou tho buildiut; may bo
dono by the firm's own workmen,
nnd in doing tlii.. many uovoltios
in thu buildiin; lino will bo taken
nd van taint of which Mr. Emmo
luth docs not wish to make known
ut present. I
With the exception of the stono ,
front, which will be let by con- j
tract, all tho work ou tho building
will tin dono by day's labor, the
material being furnished by tho
ownors. Asked for uu esliinato .
of thu probable cust of tho build- j
ing Mr. Emmeluth replied that ,
he had not fully figured it out but I
that it would bo iu tho neighbor- I
j Jiootl of S20.000,
I In nvnncts tn I
have it so far
complotiou that ho can open up
business iu the now quarters on
ax uFouri!..tTi: jim.m:m:
Cliiir;;)", Axiiliml Ilhn Will llpnll Iu n
Marshal Brown's recent visit to
Kencoho Iris lesulted in tho ar
rest of a Jnpauose named Takada
ou threo olmrgo.?. Tho first ia for
violating the Sunday law by cut
ting wood, tho samo not boiug a
work of necessity. Tho second is
for larceny iu tho second doreo
iu stealing two bundles of wood,
w li ioli tie cut on Sunday, tho prop
erty of H. H. Parker and valued
at 50 cents. The third is for as
sault nnd battery en Bishop Pu-
hia, the Uceia couslable, who ut-
tempted to arrest tho dofendaut on ,
the i order of a lima. .,'
ll.o caso came up in tho Distnc
Court this morning, Marshal J
Brown, assisted by J. A. Mngoou,
conducting tho prosecution and )
Lawyer Stanley tho defense. Iho .
dofendaut pleaded not guilty to all i
c'm,rR08- . . ., o ,
Iho offenso against tho Sunday '
law was takon up first, and with
tho arguments made occupied tho l
Court until aftor tho noon hour. '
Tho defendant churned that l
tho supply of wood furnished by
tho plantation was niadcquato
aud that it was necessary for him I
to procure nn additional supply
on Sundays by Iub own extra
labor. That it was customary for
tho laborers on tho plantation to
do so nnd that no ono hnd made
any fuss about it before.
iu Lib argument Marshal Brown
admitted that tho prosecution was
in the nnturo of a tost caso to do
fine tho right of tho laborers on tho
plantation to gather wood ou Sun
day. The second and third casos
como up this aftornoon aud a
night sossion has alroady boon ar
ranged for by tho Court and
Tho morabors of tho polico forco
aro preparing or a luifoh and
luau at tho polico otation on Satur
day. Sonior Captain Parkor and
CaptaiusIIookauo and Kanno havo
the matter in chargo ond lmvo
secured donatious of money and
eatablea from many of tho mer
chants and business houses for
tho occasion. Tho spread will
bo laid out on tho District Court
room floor which will bo covored
tyith ferns. Jailor Low, tho mom
bora of tho watorfroat polico, and
a fow invited guests will bo
present. Tho feast ia in com
momoraiion of the double ovents
j of January 0th and 17th.
MISS SPRECKELS WEDDED
IID.NAWW .11 MMIIAtlt: .VITII I'ISON.
wamw.v or sax iMiAncisro
Utjntlrr. him! I'rl.'j.li Only Notilled
Aflr llm C'crrtnnii- Unnryninoii
Trli Co i:tiroi.
Miai Emma Spreckole, the only
(laughter of Colonel aud Mrs.ClatiB
Sprockets, "tho sugar king,1' was
married at San Joso on tho Wed
nesday boioro New Year's to
Thomas Watson, a 'grain broker.
Tho San Francisco morning papers
did not report tho event until Sun
day, the 3rd inst.
The brido has often lived fof
longer or sliortor poriods in Ho
nolulu with hor parents. A few
years ago tier fatlior conveyed to
tier some of tho most valuablo
property in Honolulu, comprising
nearly tho entire block bounded
by Merchant, Fort, Queen and
Atakea streets. This include!)
the Sprockets building containing
the offices of W. G. Irwin t Co.
and the bank of Glaus Sprcckelo
Bolow is an account of thu
romantic wedding condensed
from a ban l'rnncisco pnpnr:
i The best circles of Sau Fraucifa-
co society will bo ureotly interest
ed iu u ronmntio wedding which
took place quietly last Woduesdny
i aftoruoon at San Jose. The Wed
'ding, which was wholly unherald
ed, will coino ns a Mirpriso to thu
friends of both tho prominent
contracting parties. About 5
o'clock that afternoou Miss I! rain a
jSpreckalrt became tho" wife of
On the 2:30 o'clock train which
left Third aud TowiiBend streets
1 last Wednesday afternoon Mr.
Walson and Miss Sprockets, nc
' companied by n few intininto
friondH, loft for Sau Joso. Ar
i riving thero about 1:30 o'clock tho
' party was at ouco driven to Trini
ty Episcopal Church. Tho neces
sary legal piolimiuaiius had been
arranged, nnd ut the church n
frlnml umIIi Mm linf.lici, nili lltA
,...,.. i, llnv IV Wlt..l"..l.l
wcro in Wllit:u(,. i'hcro was no
attempt at cousiderablo decoration.
Tho ,)r0miiieut contracting parties
sired to he vory quietly married,
nuA tho coremony was quietly but
impr0SBiVely porformed without
ostt,ntntious accompanimonts. Tho
0nbonit0 Episcopal servico wna
ROo through with, and the fow
friontls extended tho heartiest
congratulations to tho brido and
Mr 'ind Mr8 Watson put up at
ii,n irfnl Vn,ulnm in Snn .lnn
untl Saturday, whon they went to
a irrnnifinr,. Precautions woro
takou to bcc that the wedding wns
kept out of the nowapapers of Sau
Francisco and San Joso until thoy
woro ready to surprise their friends
aud lot the publio kuow.
Ou their arrival at Sjm Fran-
cisco Mr. Watson sont a who to
personal frionds and Mrs. Watson
also telegraphed to Bovoral of hors.
A small party awaited thorn nt tho
station nnd offered their heartiest
congratulations, which woro ns
happily received. Mr. and Mrs.
Watson at ouco repaired to n suite
of apartments iu a leading hotel.
Tho plans of tho nowly married!
couple woro not announced ovon
to their most intimate friends.
Ouo of the club associates of Mr.
Watson predicted that thoy would
tako an early trip to England and
It is said by clubmen that Mr.
Watson has boon valiantly laying
siego to Mist Sprockels' heart anil
charms for tnoro thnu two yo-irs.
Tho rniiot wedding at San Joso
last W ed nosdny, whon tho rod sun
was sinking ana tno snaiiows1
lengthening ovor Santa Clara
Valley, tolls with what snecosa.
Largo numbors of friends nro
ready to extend congratulation
nnd a lifolong bon voyage.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 151 Fort
from $1.00 per wook up.