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Vol. III. No. 509.
HONOLULU. H. 1.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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lr.yul)lo Iiivnrtiihlr In Ailvunun.
Telephone 250. P. O. box 8!.
" B. L. FIKHF.V, Manager.
Many people, after a long spell of
oppressive, heat, suffer from lassi
tude, loss of spirits, and n general
"run down" feeling. Thoynccd a
courso of Aycr's Sarsaparllln, n
mediclno w!i li hai revived and
restored to active llfo and liealth
thousands of Mich stiEerors. A lady
recently reluruoil to England from
South Africa writPS concerning tlii3
"Whilo in Cape Town tho paifc
summer I suffered greatly from the
long-continued Ik :it. I wa3 com
pletely worn out ; my blood ceemed
to becomo as thin as water, and I
lost all energy and interest in life.
My friends recommended Aycr's
Sarsapnrl.'l.i, and a courso of (lite
wonderful liftllclno restored my
health mid spirits. My husband suf
fered in the r.aiuo way n3 I did,
u though not to .such nn extent, and
lie also was grnatly benefited from
tho use of
AVER'S PILLS, MILD BUT EFFEGTIVE.
Ilollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Kolo Atfonth for Hio Itepublio of IFnwaii.
"Will hereafter mnko Ills III3AD
(UA RTERd ut the
He will resume teauhln In the ape
elal branches ji his iiioti'suluiiVIO
LIN utiiltbe CULTIVATION of the
VOIOK on MONDAY, J.iu. 11, lb97.
Any eoinniuuicatioii addrcred to
above nipnliniiHl Ann will receive
ji piompt attention. Mi. Ynrudlov will
f nUo take cbaruu of till Piano liming
for Hawaii-Hi Newn Comiiuny's Store,
where he will be pleneed tn receive ord
ers for till xuch work. Telepboue No,
Tho KINO HROTHEK3 will alo
receive onters nt tlit-ir Art Store, No,
110 Hotel St. Telephone 007.
Huvlnc secured the services of Q.
department, wo uro nop.iiod to uxtt
cute flrders for Piano Tuning ami Ho
pairing of Pluuoii and Organs. Mr.
HanleoD's experience and ability as a
first clas artist In bis lino of work la
too well known to need further com
ment; sufllue to say that we fully guar
antie all work intniHted to u-i. Orders
left at our ofllutt will receive prompt
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Tho Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Slreot.
A Qaiot, IloiiieliUo Place, where Truinod
Nurhfi), MfiBsooo, "Swurtish Movement,"
Hatha, Electricity and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. B. KELLOGG, M. D ,
Telephone G39. Buperiutcudcat.
IIEALAMI MONTHLY DANCE
I'lit.M' op : i:Kii:r.i'iit Tin; moo.
lli-n Hutu it lliiiiilrril l.njo) n ti'llslil.
fiil Ciciilii-- nt tin- Cliili l(iiiae
on llio l'lncld II-ij .
It v,-nB a happy thought adopted
by tho Himlnni Yitolit and 15oat
Club to institute n soHcp of
month! dnuccs at the club liouao
Nflipu fair Lmm keeps achool past
tlip fUnk of tho night. Yester
day ovening tho iirnt dunco under
this sociublo rcBolvo was hold
with results altogether pleasing
to both tho promotors and tho
Mr. Fred. 13. Oat was chief
director of the event, assisted by
Mr. Walter E. Wall and Dr. A. G.
Wall, with Mr. Mnunio Phillips
as lloor imiungor. This ablo com
mittee inanaged, in spilo of a
crowded Huor, to prevent any
coufuoiou, ho that tho scventeon
regular and neveral extra numbers
won) brought smoothly through,
tho oHbembly dispersing full of
hnppy roilections shortly after
Some of tho dancors thought
the iloor too tmooth, othors re
garded it ns tho acmo or just
rightuoAs, and tlin 'conclusion of
tho few wall ilowors woulcl
theretoro f,bo that tho iloor was
good. Exeolli'iil music was given
by tho Kuwailiau orcliestin, its
luemberH frequently bursting out
in song. The pleasure boats of
the club weio in active .iviee,
gliding over tho glaspy su.r.ice of
the harbor with merry parties.
A light cool breeze rofre.shed
the daucers seated between tho
numbers on tho spacious balconies
of t'to house, while lomnnntln tlmt
' lnnr'!" tlr.1(l ili .in.vm .wnrt v.wn
vided throughout to elalio tho
thirst indiKCtl by tho exoroioo.
Not tho slightest element of ou
joyment was the view of the har
burnioio th'in ordinarily thronged
with vedHbls, whode glimmering
lip-ht vied with tho stars in
npaii'lmg the briuy mirror be
neath; tho ocoau expanse ba
yond with its wrinkles glist
ening in tho moonlight and,
in tho foreground, tho
harbor lantern projecting a ruddy
path far out on tho main, upon
which tho gliding kcol might
safely make its way into the quiet
lmvon; bohind, tho peaceful town
nestling in nn nmphithcator of
Kolomn mountain domes and
waviug ridgos limned against the
sky. No wonder straugers who
woro present declared they could
never have dreamed of such au
More than u hundred people
attended tho dance, as tho tollow
iug alphabetical list will show:
Misses Afong 2, Goo Angus,
Trod Angus, Mrs G E
Uoardmau, E B Bnrthrop, Mr
and Mrs T 0 Guniinins, A
Clurk, Mrs Isabella Croighton,
Albert 11. Ounha, Misses Cook 2,
Mrs David Douglas, Mrs H S
Dana, Miss Daniels, G N Day, E
S Dckum, David DowBett, li L
Einney, Mrs 1? Gertz, Misses Gur
ney 2, Miss Gilos, AV B Godfrey
.Tr, G II Gore, Oswald Gilbert,
Mr and Mrs T J fliggins; Mrs
Hutchinson, Mr and Mrs W Har
ris, Miss llaake, J Hollander,
John D Holt, Miss Tasker Jones,
Miss Johnson, Sam Johnson, J
Jones, Mrs W O King, Miss K
King, A W Kooch, Mr and Mrs
J H Kirkpatriok, Goo Klue
gel, Harry Klueqol, Mrs
ltobort Lowers, Miss Lish
man, Miss Alico Lishman, Pay
master Littell, US S Alert, Mr
and Mrs D Logon, J A Low, Car
los A Long, Mr Leonard, H
Levy, Mr Ludwigson, It P Lango,
James Lloyd, Thos Lloyd,
Win A Love, I Lovingston,
Mrs J S Martin, Miss Martin, Miss
Hattio McGuire, 0 Mooro, Dr
Wr T Monsarrat, Mrs Mossman,
Mrs McComb, Miss Noill, Mr and
Mrs J Mort Oat, E B Oat, Miss
l'arnioleo, dipt Ponhallow, Harry
Poiihallow, It C A Potorsou, M
Phillips, A S Prescott, Mr and I
Mrs O H Uoyimldp, Miss Bpy- j
iioKU, Wm. Rnwliiiti, Mr and Mr i
M 2T Sauders, Mr and Mrs I L i
Stplz, Li-uit Sawyer. U S j Alnrt, i
Miss SmiMue-, ,I,lrt Spencer,'
Eugene 1J Sullivni), ' Thomp
son, Mr and Mrs FredL Wnlilrnn,
MiRs Wall, TE Walt. W 1-3 Wi.il.
Dr A C Wnll, Ilimy WaterhouH-,:
Miss Weir, Mist. West, Mr and
Mrs J W Winter, W D Wilder, '
Mr and Mrs 11 H William--, Miss I
Williams, F II Wilson.
-i hi: !'(;. i ri: i,:;aii,
I tic UUlrlrt 'c.ur( Itocm l'n-fum it
At noon totlay tho police liavo
their loiig-cxpocted lunu in the
District Court room, which has
been elaborntoly decorated with
flags, palms and ferns. Extend
ing tho full length of the room
are tables arranged in tho shape
of a double T about a foot from
the ground. Abovo Iho snowy
white tablecloths with which they
aro covered are ai ranged on fern
and ti leaves a number of choice
delicacies dear to tho Hawaiian
stomach, interspersed nt intervals
with bowls of poi.
When the time for tho f-Mist ar
rives hot sucking pig and fish,
cooked in Hawaiian stj le, will bo
served up, together with a liberal
supply of chicken salad, roast tur
key and other good things. There
is abundance of soda water, etc.,
on hand with which to wath the
Attornoy-Genoral Pmith, Mar
shal Brown, .lailor Low, Judge
do la Vergno and members of tho
newspaper fraternity have been
invited to attond.
vicroniors ioi.i:i:.mi .v.
SoiiipUoii-.I Store Mmli- lij the (lllnril
1(1114 111 llio 1.' to.
In tho match shoo between tho
police and Company G teams this
moinifg some good scores wore
mode, the pulico winning by a
total of -100 to aSO. Followiugaro
tho scores made:
Police II I! Ilitchc.'ck42, Con
ley 40, Wells It!), ICaimihau 40,
Warren 4.), FeinHiides 40, Cluim
beilain 4!1, Pinehtikii !!(!, Knuiie
40, Kalaiki 4IJ. Total 40G.
Company G Keliipio il7. Koa
loha 35, M Itose 40, Nakuina !13,
Wallis 40, Sherwood 117, Chas
Wilcox !)7, Mahoney 40, Kuliko
44, G Boso 41. Total 389.
Following aro tho haudicaps
allowed in tho two bicycle races
Half-milo Murray, 3o yards;
Chilton, Grace, Lylo, 2o yards;
Bond, 20 yards; Johnson, Syl
voster, 15 yards; Giles, Lishman,
Silva, 10 yards; Martin, King and
Mile Lyle, CO yards; Chilton,
45 yards; Bond, !)5 yards; Syl
veBtor, 80 yards; Johnson, 25
yards; Giles, 20 yards; Silva,
Lishman, 15 yards; Martin, Kiug
and Damon, scratch.
niiiil llu Airciirlul.
To tho person suggesting tho
most uppropriato name for tho
lake now in courso of construction
at Kewalo, Messrs. Bruce Waring
it Co. will givo a deed in feo sim
ple. Send in your guess to their
Nctr Hawaiian llouk.
Rev. CM. Hyde, D. D., has our
thanks for a little book of his au
thorship entitled: "Ho Wahi Ole
lo Ao Piliolelo Hawaii." It is a
grammar entirely in tho Hawaiian
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular Houso, 1G4 Fort street,
from S1.00 per wook up,
Meolmnicd' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuunnu otrcets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Tonus: 25
and 50 conts por night. $1, and
S1.25 por week.
mii o-oui:s jinr. iiytiii: rax
I'll IXCIM'lt TKlM.
Ii!iiliii I'ri't.ill Hero Tlm ILiunll
Will Un Hie riil.-rnall. nil
ililif.lln,; 1 -il ill.
ilioi'iunl (imcilHt) Htiootiiig for
places in (ho international mutch
took place at Shell Mound range,
San Fnmcihco, on Hutnla , Jun
ius i., I), and a list of the suoics
made is at bond. In all, 10!) men
took part in the shooting and their
combined score was 4280 points or
an average of a little over 30 1 uth
An analysis of the scores gives
tho following results:
Three men from Company A
all that shor, mado 40, 40 and 30.
Company It luuPthe largest rep
resentation at the butts, 2S men,
thoir averugo being 37.
Company C hod 13 men with an
nwnigo of 3SfJ, v hilo the six men
fiinu C'impaiiy D aveiaged 40 j.
Company E hud ouly thrw men
present. Their scores were 41, 31
Of Companies F nnd G, 13 men
f-oiu each faced the butts and
piled up an uvornga of 40 aud 41
Company II turned out olewn
tihpiinntH for honors, their avurago
wa. 40, while twelve men from
Company 1 averaged half u point
Nino men from Company K
nver-igHl 40; four from Company
L 38 imd four from Company M
i'ho two members of tho ptnff
who shot made 41 aud 42 each.
Whilo tho avoingo made Ly tho
nbovo 100 men is n littlu moro
thtiii that mado here, Colonels
McLean aud Fisher are not a bit
discouraged. They say the above
tcores woie mado in practise,
when men always do better than
iu a match, citing the Hawaiian
team as nn example Colonel
Fisher also says that if the Sun
day morning on which tho shoot
look place was a raw cold one, ns
is generally tho case at this time
of tho year, the scores will fall
considerably below tho above. In
any event, they seo nothing dis
eouioging in them, nnd still pro
diet that Hawaii's 38G7 points
will win the match.
In case they nre bcotou tho
colonel says the boys havo mado
an especially good showing, as tho
California team had 1010 men to
select from, whilo thoro nre only
420 men in tho Hawaiian regi
ment. :ooit joii:.
Iiiuull hi it I.itnil tiirNirt Willi the
Captain J. II. Black, tho veteran
Nimrod and printer, said in an
swer to a question that ho had not
dono much shooting this sea
son, ns ho hid beou training a
thoroughbred hunting dog. Short
ly beforo Christmas, howovor, ho
shot a wild turkoy that dressed 17
pounds, and, after being kept in
the cold storage a fow days, was
the most dolicious and tendor bird
of tho species ho had over tasted.
Not the least attractions of Ha
waii aro its fino game birds, thanks
to protecting laws, for some years
past on the increase.
Tho NiiKnr Tux.
Letters woro roceived by tho
last mail in Hilo by sugar mill
pooplo requesting them to state
how much taxes thoy paid for
1800. Tho lottors further stato
that Mr. Swanzy of Honolulu is
compiling a statement which will
show how much taxes aro paid by
tho sugar barons of tho Islands,
this with a viow, of courso, to
showing whot part of tho public
rovonuo is contributed by tho
sugar plantors. Tho rotuniH will
uo matte puiuic at nn early tlato.
I'lm A HAWAIIAN OtIILK.
C'oiicroniiiBii I, olid Will l'ri'Hi the
Npnldliig Hill In lh Hiiiiic.
Washington, Decoinbor 28.
HepretmnUtivo Loud intends to
press IiIb bill fora Hawaiian cable.
Ho will make a strong effort to
iuduco tho Speaker to givo time
fur its consideration imtnodi itcly.
TIim bill din urn from others in
tint- it inovidcs for u cable to
Aiihlialia instead of Chin i. The
oub"idy fromlLiwiiii is-i'GO.OOOwith
(lovoriiiiiutit control fur twenty
Loud siys ho has ovidenco that
Spalding h is the only concession
given ti any company by Hawaii
to land a eitblo mi the islands,
and for that reason introduced
Spu'ding's b:H. I'oarl Island,
whore toe otliM' company proposes
to land, wis loaned to tho United
Ktatos solulv for niival puriiosos.
j This G ivernmoitt has not avaled
itself of I hat cnii(vsioii, and then,
if it did, L'iud asstrts, it would
have no concussion to givo to a
lolegraph o unpuiiy.
Ho snya that thero is a bolief
among the mombers of tho Houso
that if the Spalding concobsion
expires befoie action is tiikou by
this country some E'.glish corn
pony uill secnio it, and for this
ie.it.on bolinvis Ins bill would piss
tho Houso if a volccmi bo secured.
Ijl-nliniit tSi-rzlrom llnaiiluimiHljr
IS' i-lvi-li'il fur Auollirr Yrni.
At tho meeting of Company D
last night Captain Schaofor pro
oided over an oloution for first
lieutenant which resulted in tho
re-election of Lioutonaut Borg
strom without ojiposition.
F. N. Kilbey wns elected to
It was decided lo devote tl..i
i first m-'oting night of tho mont'i
to "High iiinks," Ca)trtin Mc
Carthy volunteering to furnish re
freehmonts. Private W. Charlock
WHS mado chairman of the coin-
I mitteo to prepare suitablo pro-
i grams tor thee occasions.
Colonel McLean anil Lieuto-
i nnut Colonel Fisher wero present
I III 4lll tVir.ntltlil I.ImI nun . .. n ,-. 4 A .
Ilk lliu iut;uiill unit WUIII IjllUblUIII-
ed regarding tho proposed shoot
of tho military against the Sharp
shooters. Besolulious wero Hiss
ed endorsing Colonel F'ishor ns
captain of tho military team and
suggesting that tho Sharpshooters
bo mot ou thoir own terms.
II0Altl Olf IICAIiIII.
At the adjourned regular meet
ing of the lUiird of Health yostor
day tho usual roports from Dr.
Monsarrat and Inapoct-T Keliipio
woie received and iilod.
The quartorly report of tho
Wailuku hospit.il allowed uiuo
patients woro ut Unit institution
on Jnminry 1. At K lo.a hos
pital thrco putionts only had boon
rocoived during tho quarter .
Agont Moyor sont in his usual
reports from the Lopor Settlo
inent. The potition of Akwoii to bo
allowed to nso opium as ho had
boon addiotud to tho habit moio
than forty yoitrB was roferred to
the government dis onxary.
Tho usual oxooutiio s'h.sion fol
lowed tho rogular ordor of busi
C'oiijerence to lromole Trjtle.
Wellington, N. Z., Doc 25.
Tho Hon. Itiohard J. Seddon, Prime
Miuistor of this colony, has in
vited tho Prime Ministers of all
the Australian colonies to attond
a oonfornnco to bo hold nt Hobart
Town, capital of Tasmania, iu
January. Tho main objoct of tho
proposod coufcronco is to consi
der tho question of trudo with
Groat Britain, raised by Hon
Jnsopli Chamborluin, Secretary of
State for tho Co.lonies, in his dis
patch of December, 1895. Tho
conforonco will also consider tho
tim-Hlioii of iutoi'-colonial rocinro.
j city in natural products.
HILO AND THE BIQ ISLE
m:ivs am oi'i.vio.v hi- tui: an-
I"kii l.ir Ji'ti Hold Iiii2iililul niul
)lllclnl-lcriiiinl hiiiI Siirlul
From the Hilo Tribune of Iho
9th iust. the following budget is
Death interfered to sottlo a
divorce case on tho Fourth Ciicuit
Manuel Vioira was acquitted by
a Hilo jury of selling liquor with
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Smith, Mrs.
Henry Porter anil Mrs. J. V. Bay
wero passongors in the Annio
Johnson from San Francisoo.
Mr. Bay is in the live stock trado
nnd has brothers at Papuikou.
Mrs. Smith is a daughter of Judge
Hitchcock. Mrs. Porter has been
spending ten months nt thov
J. A. Martin, one of tho "older
of the city," has received a pleasant
acknowledgment from MtKiuley's
private secretary of a letter of.
congratulation he sent to the President-elect
of the I'nited StnteR.
Dogs aro being used as ferti
lizer on tho Wamkoa plantation.
Male Williams of tho Annio
Johnson was severely bitten in tho
arm by a mnln w hilj discharg
ing ii lot of the brutes from that
bark. His uumuiiiko Dr. Wil
liams dressed the wound aud pro
nmiuced it not dangerous.
Mauuo Kea is capped with
John A. Scott has received the
plans for the projected now hotel,
showing a hnutUoino group ot
bnildii.gs. llu is gottiug oMimateB
from contractors for the uKtrno
tio.i. The Puna road is progressing
satisfactorily under direction of
Mr. Amaral tho contractor.
A J-inaiiPio watchmak.-rat Nna
leliu, kau, took poiMin nutl died.
Another Jnpituese tlroppctl dead
while working in u cauo field at
Paluilo. Still another of the samo
nationality, a jnisonor from tho
Poneekeo jail, wns brought into
Hilo on a stretcher, haviug been
seriously injured while working."
Attornoy General Smith whilo
at Hilo urged the importance of
geuernl vaccination, ami tho
Tribune oudorses the advice.
Samples of hoso that look as if
they would hold water havo been
received from Honolulu, ami the
Hilo F. D. is authorized lo ordor
what it needs at the o:ipenuu ut
J. E. Gamalielson has a long
mile of the Koumana road nearly
completed, but as it stops short of
a number of coiTeo furms ho offers
"Boatls and Bridges," at lienil
qtiarlois, termB for building au
Hilo youth aud beauty wel
comed tho infaut year with jubila
tions at a baud benefit dance.
The day was obsorved with ser
vices iu tho churches and n band
The Tribune says editiorially it
"has been informed that the lato
appointment to tho Circuit judge
ship is not to bo pormnnont but
that the position i lo bo given to
a now resident of California; to a
man who left tho Islands because
ho could, or would uot support
the present Government. This
may bo bo, and it may not be, so
wo will thoroforo resorvo any
commout until such time ns it
may be necessary."
ONK IN I'UllLIO HPIIUT.
This from tho Tribune is for
tho bouotit of Honolulu: "Hilo
has accomplished ouo thing. It
has demonstrated to Honolulu
that it can hold a public meeting,
nnd sink all diretso opinion as to
tho how, tho which, or the when,
and unite for a common pntpiuo.
Tho day of playing ouo faction
ngaiust nnothor is past. Wo
know what is our duo ami ou
thoso linos wo aro a unit."