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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1807.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Fublinhed ovory day except Snndfiy at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Ter Month, nnyirhcre in V Tin-
wallnn IslnuOts i T
Per Year. 8 )
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Cauada, or Mexico 10 00
Pec Year, postpaid, oilier Foreign
Countrloa 13 00
rj-nblo InvBrlablr In Ailvnnoo.
' Telophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
is tho sourco of good health.
Makoa puro blood, strengthens
tho nerves, oharpona tho appe
tite, removes that tired feeling,
and makes life -worth living.
Thousands of peoplo havo testi
fied to tho healing virtuo of
Ayer's Sarsapariila. Their lot
tors come in ovory post. There's
no attempt at theory. They all
assort tho groat fact, "Ayer's
Sarsapariila cured me."
Weak, Weary Women
who havo beon bod ridden,
voxod with a scrofulous taint,
emaciated, afflicted with dis
eases common to thoir box,
write gratefully of a perfect
cure. If you wish to profit by
their cuperiejeo. uud become
healthy and Btrong, tako the
groat strongth giver and blood
for.WAitr of Imitation. The name Ayer's
fimnHimrllla la prominent on tho wrapper
Dd blowu In tt i gljtpa of each bottle.
AVER'S PILLS, SUGAR-COATED, EASY TO TAKE
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents fortlio lletmblia of Urn nil.
1wp.iwii .mi I mm
soss of Tiih m.voiariioN.
Local llriuicli KxcIihiicIii); 'iiii-tcIr
U'illi a niH.iucliiiai'Ux Society.
Tho following letter will bo rend
with interest by those who attend
ed the "Cornwallis Day" exorcises
of tho Sous of the American Revo
lution at Y. M. 0. A. hall a few
John Effinger, Esq., Sec'y., Ha
waiian Society S. A. It., Honolulu,
My dear Sir and Compatriot:
At a meeting of tho Board of Man
agers of this Sooioty, held tho 1st
inst., Captain Nathan Appleton,
who had lately roturned from a
visit to your country, tendered the
cordial greetings extended to this
society and we m turn, appreciat
ing sincoroly that courtesy, beg to
offer our congratulations and
kindly wishes for tho buccobs and
prosperity of your Socioty. Wish
ing you all a vory happy and
prosperous New Year, 1 am,
Yours very cordially,
Boston, Jan 2, 1897.
At r.miuil Nquare.
Following is tho program ai
ranged for the Emma square band
coucort this ovoning, commencing
March Illinois BattUebtp Yule
Overture Festival Floton
Polka-- Cairo Leo
Selection German Melodies Tulcle
Stlcitloii Kortli anil South Tobunl
Fantasia Lilliputians Kottaun
WalU-Makce Island Derger
Lancers Hawaiian Opera House Berber
i ... i
Tho Yaouum oils aro sold in
tho Hawaiian Islands by tho Paci
fic Hardware Co.,Ltd.,of Honolulu,
and aro delivered to tho purchas
er in original packages as shipped
from our works. Vacuum Oil
Co., Edward Prizor, Secretary.
FEBRUARY TERM BUSINESS
Ninim y-oni: t'ANrs Ai.Tttrcr.TiiEit
l'OH Jl'lICi: AMI JURY.
Ncnrt-11) of OIiiicm r m llpinaim
Nature .tloll)' ApiiphIn from
Below is a list of cases to ap
pear on tho calondar of theFobrtl
ury term of the First Circuit
Court. Thero aro 90 in all,
divided as follows: Hawaiiau
jury criminal, 11; Hawaiian civil,
G; mixed jury, 8; foreign jury
criminal, 22; foreign jury civil,
15; jury waived, 13; divorce, 1G.
There is a notablo scarcity of
heinous crime. Most of tho crimi
nal cases are appeals from district
magistrates. Tho terra will opeu
Monday, Fpbruary 1, a week from
today. Following is tho condens
HAWAIIAN JUllY CRIMINAL.
G. S. Houghtailing, liquor sell
inf.', tuo cue.
Kaolelo, assnult and battery.
Moopono, liquor selling.
Akotii, liquor distilling.
D. Kon, liquor soiling.
W. H. Crawford, lottery.
Kniiunnna, assault and battory.
D. Pipi, liquor selling.
Kamokauahoa, liquor Helling.
D. Lualualei, larceny.
HAWAIIAN JURY OIML.
Pauahi vs. Kapiolaui, assump
sit. Mary E. Foster vs. John Ma
Kaimiola Gray pt nl. vs. Pila
Rapulo et id., ojcctmeub
Autoup llosa vs. John C. Lane,
J. W. B. Nahakualii vs. Anaka
kiu Kaakolea etui., eject meut.
Henry Huka vs. Waolelo Opio,
Paolo et al. vs. Sing Loy, eject
ment. John Sumner Ellis ot al. vs. N.
Ii. Rico et al., quietiug title.
J. F. Colburn vs. California
Feed Co., trover.
Ruta Paaluhi vs. "Wahinomai
kai et al., ejectmout.
James Carty vs. Samuel Parker,
Kalua Kahaleanu vs. Kipahulu
Sugar Co., ejectment.
J. F. Colburn vs O. W. Spitz,
assumpsit, two cases.
FOREIGN JURY CRIMINAL.
M. Schweitzer, selling goodB
Ah Wong, rape, now trial.
Ah Sun, lottery
Tam Hoon and ono other, lot
tery. Ah Fat, lottory.
Mizumuchi Suuizoa alias Tune,
Ah Kwong, opium.
Honry Ciane, rescuing pris
oner. Ah Yan, opium.
J. Ashworth, soiling liquor.
Lum Wa, opium.
Mina Cremraer, liquor selling,
two cases .
Chu Kum and two others, opi
um. Nakamai, opium.
Ah "Wiug and ono other, opium.
Lum Leo, opium.
M. A. Gouzalres, assault.
Ah Hing, lottory.
Ah King, opium.
Lee Yan and two othors, assault
Ah Sing, lottery.
TOREIGN JURY CIVIL.
Campbell, Marshall & Co. vs.
Boattio & Harvoy et al., assump
sit. C. Poroira vs. J. M. Vivas ot al.,
F. Harrison ot. al., vs. Ropublio
of Hawaii, damages, two cases.
H. Leonard vs. 1). McLennan,
Ministor of Interior vs. Bishop
Estdto ot al., condemnation of
laud for publio uso.
B. Shimizu vs. II. Hamanaka,
L. Ahlo vs. Ho Pai Yet ot al.,
J. Guudliieh et al. vs. G. Lyctir
Italian Si-8 Aiii'iilliiml Col
ony vs. G. Lycurg'ir, ufisumpsit.
Ookhln Sugar Co. vh. John Wil
Onhu Lumber & Building Co.
vs. Heo Kin et al., damages.
Onhu Lumber & Building Co.
vp. C. Man Kai, ejectment.
Onhu Lumber fe Building Co.
vs. Ueo Hing Chong ot. al., eject
Viug Fat Co. vs. Wing Wo
Chan Co. ct nl., assumpsit.
J. A. Magoou vs.Yee Kin Tong,
J. I . Crusato vs. Virginia F.
CrtiRato, deserting husband.
J. K. PreudorgaBt vs. T. P. Sov
S. Kaili vs. Henry Maui, as
sumpsit. Sylvano do Nobriga vs. Ing
Maniui Alfred vs. Naoiwi, as
sumpsit. 11. W. Holt vs. Chang Fat et al.,
Benson, Smith ifc Co. vs. F. G.
E. Walker, assumpsit.
L. II. Deo vs. W. M. Bush et
J. K. Preudorgast vs. S. K.
Joseph Tinker vs. J. S. Bailey,
Old way & Portor vs. Ed. A.
K. Furnya vs. John Kuaana.
DIVORCE AND SEPARATION.
Annie Aylett Poole vb. F. Thos.
Eliza A. Hickoy vs. Win. P.
Maria G. Levinho vs. J. M.
Alia Pilipo vb. K. L. Pilipo.
Chas. J. Faneuf vs. Ida M.
Mary D. Heffemau vs. Chas.
Kiha w, vs. A. Wolowolo.
Jhb. H. Holt vs. Maloka L.
Minnie Schuman vs. E. G.
W. W. Dimond vs. Carrie H.
Kau k. vs. Hanaulani.
Rosio Hopkins vs. Ed. Hop
kins. Manuel alias M. Nicholas vs.
Lata 0. Malielona vs.' Mosos
J. M. Alexaudro vs. Augusta
Jennie Kauwalu vs. D. Kau
walu. iMiPitrjss ixnvAtii:u m:i
Mother of Kinperor ol Japnn I'ln. nl
Consular lings at halfraaBt
downtown this morning caused
general inquiry as to tho occusiou
for tho melancholy sign. It was
found to bo tho death of tho Em
press Dowagor of Japan, mother
of tho present Emperor, members
of tho consular corps having ro
coived a nolo uudor dato of tho
22nd inst. from Mr. Shimamura,
II. I. J. M.'s Diplomatic Agent
and Cousul General, in the fol
"Sir, It is my painful duty to
inform you that I received today
from H. I. J. M.'s Govornmont
tolographio information of tho
demise of Her lmporial Majesty
the Empress Dowagor, Asako,
which deoply lamented event
occurred on Monday tho 11th
inst., at tho Imperial Palace,
"In consequence of this sad in
formation tho national flag will
bo hoisted at halfmast at this
Consulate Gonoral for fifteen
Denial of Corri'iondru(.
Editor Bulletin: Aa tho ac
credited representative of tho San
Francisco Examiner, I wish to
deny all connection with tho arti
clo which appeared in that paper
of January 15 concerning tho do
parturo or Mrs. W. W. Dimond
0. S. Bradford
or rut: imo.i:i:k iti)iL,niNc amd
LOW AhSOCI 4TIOX.
Noiiir tutrrf.ttiis Hlutiro Ciilloil Irnm
Kcfrrlsr) tioar. ICfiorl Vulue
nl OtiiNluliiK S'nrk.
From thoEomi aunulHtntciuont
of the affairs of tho Pioneer Build
ing and Loan Association, pre
pnred by Secretin y Geur, tho fol
lowing statement of receipts and
disbursements, resources, etc., for
tho six months ending Decotnber
31, 189G, is copied:
Treasurer's bnl. July 1,
1890, $ 9,218 00
Membership Fees.... 118 GO
Monthly Dues 12,1(53 00
Premiums 1198 9(
Iutorost 3,333 01
Fines 231 -19
Transfer Fees 0 00
Loans Repaid, Real
Estate 18.G00 00
Louhb Repaid, Stock.. 3,700 00
S -18,599 60
Real Estatn Lonns ,...S 14,307 00
Kfoek Loaus 0,300 00
Espouses 021 00
Withdrawals 15,8 15 80
Revenue Stamps 118 80
Treasurer's Balunco. . , 11,313 30
S 48,599 50
RealEstato Loans.... S 77,200 00
Stock Loatifl 15,710 00
Accrued Duos 733 50
" Interest 1,302 21
Premiums ... 504 I
" Fines 182 39
Books, Stationery, etc. 401 40
Treasurer's Balouco.. 11,343 30
Capital Stock 101,870 95
Resorvo Fund 1,790 19
Real Estate LoanB. ... 083 00
Undivided Profits 81 00
STOCK OUTSTANDING AND VALUE.
No of I'ald Hook Cah
Scries In (Jalm Vol. Val.
First 78 47.81 125.81 101.41
Socond .... 72 39.50 111.50 93.70
Third 00 32.19 98.19 83.G0
Fourth ....00 25.73 85.73 74.10
Fifth 54 20.10 74.1G 05.19
Sixth 48 15.38 03.38 60.04
Seventh . . .42 11.38 53.38 48.49
Eighth.... 30 8.15 4415 40.72
Ninth 30 5 51 35.51 33.29
Tenth 24 3 51 27.51 20.15
Eleventh . . 18 1.90 19.90 19.25
Twolfth...l2 .88 12.88 12.01
Thirteenth. 0 .21 0.21 0.18
TIID CO.TIINCJ CtI.IC 1ULL.
Hit ul Ciiuiiultlpt'N WIiii lime I Ill
Ann lr In Charge.
Tho following committees of
ladies and goutlemou havo boon
announced as in chargo of tho ar
rangements for tho calico ball to
bo given by the Hospital Flowor
Reooption Committeo: MrB W
G Irwin, Mrs F M Swanzy, Mrs
C L Cartor, Mrs F A Sohaefor,
Mrs R D Walbridgo, MrB J S
Walker and Miss Harriet Lowers.
Floor Managers: Messrs H M
Whitney, Jr, B L Marx, W F Dil
lingham, W Portor Boyd, Georgo
0 Potter, A St M Mackintosh, and
Refreshment Committee: MrsT
R Walkor, Mrs Andrew Fuller,
Mrs Jos O Carter ami Mrs S G
Decoration Committeo: Mrs F
W Macfarlano, Mrs F M Swonzy,
Mrs E D Tommy, Mrs G R Cartor,
Miss Harriet Lowers and Mr Al
Tickots nnd Advertising: Miss
NO 1IOTI.L l'Olt WAIKIK1.
DiMlertlio IleMrlrllons Placed mi the
LIcciiip llio I'rijrrt Hill Not Inj-.
A representative of the Bulle-
,i i . iir r i i '
ti caueu on .ur, . j. 1'eacocK ,
this morning and was informed I
by him that tho project to convert '
tho Peacock premises at Waikiki !
into a hotel and bathiug resort had
beon definitely abandoned. This
decision ou Mr. Peacock's part
will be generally regretted by tho
public, but it would seem that
siuco tho Government refuses to
recede from the restrictions placed
on tho liquor liceu&e no other
courBO waB opon.
speaking of tho matter tins
mornint; Mr. Peacock snid: "Tho
architect's estimato of the cost
of creatine tho ueccsBary now
buildings was very closo to 20,-
000. A further outlay of 10,000
would bo required to furnish tho
hotel in tho style we had iutoud
ed. These items with tho cost of
the property ns it now stands
would foot mi about S50.UOO.
Careful consideration hns led us
to the conclusion that a hotel run
on tho plan proposed by tho gov
ernment would not begin to pay
oxponses. The bathing privileges
mid the salos of liquor to bathers
would havo furnished tho main
source of profit to tho hotel, and the
scheme is simply paralysed. Tho
groat majority of bathers will not
patronise a place whero liquor
cannot bo nupplied to thorn after
u b.ith. A faTc.-.i, lucny peoplo btu
too long in tho water when tho
bathing is as nice as it is at Wai
kiki and thoy require some kind
of stimulant nftorward. Not bo
ing able to got it at tho now hotol
they would not go thero a second
timo. Of course, wo could go
ahoad undor a restricted licouso
and sorvo meals as they do in
New York now a cracker and a
piece of cheese to bathers but wo
don't beliove in doing business in
an undorhauded way. Tho pro
ject is ended, for tho prcsout at
any rato, as wo could not think of
asking peoplo to subscribe toward
tho stock of an outerpriso that our
exporiouco tolls us would be
doomed to failure from tho start."
Xcm Divorce Null und Injunction
Jonnio Kauwalu vs. David Ka
uwalu is tho last divorco case in
tho, digest ofcalendar for tho Fob
run ry torm olBowhoro. The liboleo
has boon enjoined from molesting,
threatening or otherwise interfer
ing with tho libellant, until tho
final disposition of tho cause.
Argument in Mngoon, adminis
trator, vs. Ahmi is proceeding be
fore Juugo Uartor.
Judge Perry has appointed J.
E. Grossman of Olna, Hawaii,
administrator of tho cstato of J.
H. Distclrath, also ordered that
a ico ot feio do allowed tuo com
missioner to tako evidence abroad.
W. R. Castle for petitioner.
Judge Porry has granted execu
tors' motion for discharge in tho
raattor of the ostato of John T.
AVatorhouso, Senior. Hartwoll
John M. Dowsott has boon ap
pointed trustee of the estate of tiio
Into Capt. II. W. Mist, R. N., in
placo of the two executors in Eug
laud uudor tho will, ono of thom
dead and tho othor rosigned, to act
with Mrs. Mist, oxeoutrix and
Tho Bulletin's woathor sharp
Bays tho woathor is unsettled iu
spite of present indications. The
anoroid baromotor wont down as
low as 29.80 this morning. He
prcdiotB a heavy northeast blow
within tho next 48 hours. His
previotiH prophocics havo been
Mr.Mahn, hoad luna of tho
Lihue plantation, Kauai,
wont with a party to view tho
ground of tho Oahu Sugar Com
pany's plantation this afternoon.
August Ahrona, manager elect
of tho Oahu Sugar Co., will livo
in O. A. Brown's houso, at least
uutil a manager's rcsideuco will
''" " uotKiauio.t to tux:
F.TPlmln All l'rrinnii Ovi-r Nlxloi
Venn or Aire Wliu Cuniint Itrnd
nnd Write III Smile Ijniii:iiiie.
Among the bills p.r saed by tho
Congress of the United States ai
its present session is ono provid
ing additional restrictions to im
migration. Tho bill, which is n
substitute for tho Houho bill pass
ed on tho 20th of May last, iu ad
dition to those classes excluded
under existing laws, excludes al!
persons ovor 10 years of ago who
cnuuot rend and writo tho lr.u
age of their native country or
eomo other lauguiige, but it does
not exclude the wife, child, pa-' -J
or grand-parent of an admibsiolo
immigrant notwithstanding their
inability to road and writo
The bill does not apply to Culmia
refugees during tho exiling
troubles iu Cuba.
Following is the full text of the
"That section 1 of tho act ot
March 3, 1891, in amendment of
tho immigration and contract
labor net,., be aud is heroSy
auieudc.1 by adding to the chiMa
of aliens thereby barred from ad
misRion to the United States the
following: All persons over IS
years of ngo who cnunot read ntiii
write the laugunge of their native
country or some othor language
but an admissible immigrant ovor
such age of 10 may bring in with
him or send for his wifo or parent
or grandparent or minor child or
grandohild, notwithstanding thdr
inability to read and write.
"For tho purposo of tosting tho
ability of the immigrant to retul
and writo, as required by tho fore
going section, tho inspection offi
cers shall bo furnished with copies
of tho constitution of tho United
States, printed on numbored uni
form pasteboard slips, oach o in
tainiug fivo linos of such constitu
tion printed in various lauguagos
in doublo leaded small pica typo.
"Thoso slips shall bo kept in
boxes made for that purposo and
so constructed as to conceal tho
slips from viow, each box to con
tain slips of but ono language, and
the immigrant may designnto the
languago in which ho prefers tho
test shall be made. Each immi
grant shall bo roquirod to draw
oq of said slips from tho box and
read, and afterward writo out ia
full viow of tho immigration offi
cers the five lines printed thereon.
Eaoh Blip shall bo roturned to tho
box immediately after tho tost is
finished and tho contonts of the
box shall be shaken up by the in
spection officer before anothor
drawing is made. No ilmmigrant
failing to read and writo out tho.
Blip thus drawn by him shall bo ad
mitted, but ho shall bo returnod to
tho country from which he enmo
at tho expense of tho steamship or
railroad company which brought
him, as now provided in the law.
Tho inspection officers shall keep
iu a box at all times n full number
of said printed pasteboard slipts
and in tho caBO of each cxcludixl
immigrant shall keop a certified
memorandum of tho nnmber ot
tho slip which tho said immigrant
failed to read or copy out in writ
ing. "Tho act shall not apply to por
sons arriving in tho United Stated
from any port or placo in Cuba
during tho continuanco of tho
present disorders, provided that
such porsons shall havo boon
residents of that oountry. That
this act shall tako effect tliroo
months nftor its passage"
Singers lead tho world. Ovear
18,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awardB at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence o
construction, regularity of motion
easo erf motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, ease tvf
learning and convonionco of nr
rangomont. B. Borgorsen, agent,
10i Bothol streets.