Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 30, 1897, Image 1',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
Vol. III. No. 521.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1897.
Piuoe 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Publlnliccl overy tiny except Snndiiy fit
210 Kins Street, Honolulu. II. I.
Per Month, nnywlirrr In the Iln-
wnlinn lRlHnda S 7fi
Por Year. 8 00
Por Year, postpaid to America,
Cnnndn, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, ether Foreign
. CountrloB 13 00
I'nynblo Invnrlnlilvln Advance
Tolephono 250. V. O. Box 89.
B. L. FIN HEY, Manager.
the man got ?ery wet. Tlic wetting
gave liini a cold. The cold, neglected,
developed to a cough. The cough
1 sent him to a bed of eickness. A dose
of Aycr'o Cherry Pectoral, taken at
the start, would have nipped the cold
In the bud and saved the sickness,
suffering, and expense. The house
hold remedy for colds, coughs, and all
lung troubles, is
Dr. J. O. .A.yer 8a Co.,
LOWELL, MASS., U. S. A.
Gold Medili at the World's Chief Exposition.
A3 Beware of cheap Imitation. The
tame Aer' Clieiry Pectoral Is promi
nent on the Trapper, and ti blown iu the
glass of r'ir.h bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tho Republics of Iinwnii.
, TO . . .
q$ imJe q&pfl$
, AT THE ,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Prices: 50o , 75c. and $1.
JpF Rox Plan will open at 0 a. tn.
Wednesday! at Hobron'a Drug Storo.
Building fiqd Loan Jooiafcion
Tho Regular Monthly Meoting
will bo bold at tho Chamber of
Commeroo on MONDAY EVEN
ING, February 1, 1897, at 7:30
K2T Payments aro required in
A. V. GEAR,
Kawaihati Quintette Club
All orders for Dnnco Music. Picnics.
Luaus, Itscoptions, etc., etc, will bo filled
nt short notice,
VST Lonve orders nt Wall, Nichols Oo.
or with I'. Silvu at W. C. Atbfn office. King
lip Telephouo No, 831. r 017-Oiu
Of! THE ENCORE NUISANCE
opixiux or ax oi.n nr.sinr.NT
AM) I'AMIi:V .HAN.
Nhonlil llitvo I'meriHH ?Inrftcil lor
treallii "omclliliiir ,t limit
" txlrM' itt Dunce.
"Is thoro anything now today?"
Tho reporter addressed the flter
eotyped but business query to ono
of tho oldest residents of Honolu
lua man who figured verj yxu
niiuently us well as honorably iu
tho official, life of tho lato king
dom withal a family man and a
"goutloinan of tho old school."
"No; but I wish you would writa
an article on a very common nuis
ance. I moan the practiso of on
coros at these little concerts."
"Now, I r.ttonded tho Hagoy
coucort at tho Y. M. 0. A. last
night, and thoro woroso many cu
coros that it whs not lot out until af
ter ton o'clock.Somo pooplo loft be
fore it was over, and they had a
Rood excuse, becauso by staying
to the end they would miss tho
cars thoy wanted, oud bo kept out
later than is their habit.
"Sometimes a porformor just as
good as tho others docs not get an
encore and ho or sho will natural
ly feel humiliated by being mado
an exception to tho prevailing rulo.
"Yos; it is often just 'organized'
partios, as you say, that givo on
cores to their particular pets,
which doubles up the program
and tires tho audiouce including
tho claquers themselves.
"I think that, if tho practiso
must bo tolerated, tho public
shoulcl bo given an honest deal
and fair notice, by having printed
after tho namo of each performer
an intimation like: 'Eucoro will
bo acceptable,' or, Tleaso omit
encoro, as our friond has a bad
cold ' Those attending tho enter
tainmout would tl"3n know how to
act, and mifjht be ablo at tho out
sot to decide how much of tho
program tlioy could stand.
"Another thing about dances.
Although I nover dance, I go to
partios where thero is dancing
with my daughters. I look on it
as the propor thing, for paronts
to accompany their children to
"Now, it ofton happens, whon
wo intend to go homo say, at
half-past eleven or twolvo o'clock
my daughter will accopt en
gagements as far down tho pro
gram as thoy calculate may bo
overtaken beforo tho tirao wo have
set for going home. But, iu tho
meantime, tho managers call out
oxtra dancos botweon those on tho
regular order. Tho consequenco
is that it comes ono or two o'clock
in tho morning boforo tho regular
engagements are dancod.
"Why not have ull the extras como
iu aftor tho regular order has boon
performed, so that only those
who aro habitual lato Btuyors may
bo dotained by the oxtra dancos?
"No; I should not want you to
use my name, bocauso I am not
a 'society' person, although I tako
pleasure in soeing the young
folks onjoy themselves. I have
spoken to you tho way I have bo
causo I think it is high timo the
encoro nuisanco was chocked, and
tho practiso of padding out danc
ing programs, which keeps peoplo
out to uusoasonablo hours, is uu
A nruiuy Collection.
Dr. Luys of the Salpetrioro Hos
pital, Paris, Las presented to tho
faculty of medicine his collection
of 2200 brains, carefully propared
and catalogued. Tho collection is
tho result ofthirty years' investi
gations, and inoludes tho brains
of idiots, of blind porsons, of per
sons who had undorgouo amputa
tion, and of thoso who had suffer
ed from various forms of mental
Tho Artograph is a valuable
aid to anyone wishing to learnto
sketch from naturo without an in
structor. Price- 88.00 King BroB.
havo them for salo.
i mi: i'i;mtt'Aitv TBiiw.
1.11 ill Jnr.ir Wild ll'ltt Nf-rt r In the 1
Ctrl tilt 1'i.nrl. i
Tne names of the Hawaiian and
foreign juror-s diawn for tho com- '
ing term of tho Gin-nil Court!
which opens on Monday are given I
Hawaiian: S P Nohea, John
N Tuylor, J W Akaua, U Kulialo
wai, Hiram Kaaha, E S Holt, II
Meek, .7 N K Keola, W 1$ Joues,
J K Knraenlohn, John Wallace,
W II Toll, Wit Parker, Joseph
Morso, R II Baker, Win Kekaula,
H S Swintoti, J! M Jones, G E
Smithies, William Ringer, J Koo,
J Benito, M K Keohokalolo,- S 11
Qui, T W Jackson, J N Kanaulu.
15 Bathburn, E H Naoho, John
Edwards, H E Cook, Charles Ma
hoo, W K Waiamau, Samuol Ka
poi, A Bishaw, William Kino and
Foreign: John Kidwell, S Roth,
M Smith, O O Swain, N E Gedge,
W M Templeton, D W McNichol,
William Berlowitz, G W R King,
B F Beardmoro, C S Woight,
Charles Phillips, A Prank Cooke,
J M Sims, William Mutch, H E
Waity, O D Chaso, W P Dilling
ham, A E Weirick, A Larnnch, J
W Lloyd, J A Gilman, H. M.
von Holt, C Lucas, W R Sims, C
W Dickoy, Thomas Wall, II A
Parmelee, Georgo R Carter.James
G Sponcor, Paul J Voellor, R W
Cutbcart, P J Tumor,F J Kruger,
C 11 Douient and U H Williams.
1'Ll'KK IX . IIOV.
Tliul'nriialtn llurrnn 111 Wny from
tlio Mniniicli Iu the I.iir.
A prominent resident is tho
Bulletin's informant, and a lead
ing physician was his authority,
for tho account of a strange para
sitical attack on a boy. This boy
had for somo timo been nillicted
with acute pains iu the cheat,
which gradually worked their
way toward tho head. At length
he was taken with a violent
earacho and his father, whilo ad
ministering external remedies,
saw a wiggling object ineido of
tho tortured organ of hearing. He
got a pair of tweezers aud plucked
tho creaturo out. It proved to bo
a specimen of tho idoutical liver
fluke that has been afllicting cattlo
hero for many years. The iluko
had made its way under
tho lad's ribs, up through tho
neck, eiuorging as stated in the
outer ear. It is theorized with
probability that tho boy admitted
tho unwolcoino tonant of his sys
tem in driukiug wator from a
stream tho bordering vegetation of
which was infested with tho fluke.
This is how it gots into cattle.
Valuablo breed dogs aro believed
to havo been lost horo from lapping
up water in streams. AVator cross is
said to bo much favored by tho
iluko whilo awaiting a chance to
got at tho warm "inwards" of a
cow or, it would soom, boy.
Iiilormntloii lur TourlNti.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
steamor was mot on tho dock by
a Milesiau American friond, who
reBidoB in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to havo tho newcomer's
gripsaok scrawled ovor with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
at tho gato tho stranger remarked
to his iriond "Do you 'ave much
rain 'oro ? " Rainii:h mo boy,
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon whoro thoy keep
it always, oloar anil cool. Wo'U
ust bo in time for lunch too and
that's tho only placo in town
whero thoy serve it up in propor
stylo with a glass of Rainier
Beku to oquilibrializo tho solids
I'nrotiell to JII Itlolmrils,
Bosides tho lending foaturos
already announced in this papor,
for the farowoll concort to Miss
Richards at tho Opera IIouso to
night, tho Honolulu Choral So
ciety, of which that lady has boon
tho director, and the Central
Union Church choir, of which sho
is tho leador, will render selections.
Miss Richards will horsolf appear
in two vocal solos, and Mr. Mon
toaglo is duo for a Bong. It will
bo a i ioh musical treat throughout.
SMILING AND REIGNING
irii.tis l'lto.M mi: (iiiiM'r town or
Tin: nit; island.
littvllrctiiHl nml iiKtii.trlnl I'mitrr
ScdIi IVIim Ilnc-I'nliiliil lICHth
r h Jn-KHrlliic olr.
Por the news given bolow, from
Hilo, ciedit in duo tho Hawaii 1
Herald of Thursday:
Coil'ee is coniug in from Puna.
The yucht club membership is
ncaring sevent -five.
Tho Montague Faust circus re
ceived a rousing reception tut
Hilo, thoro being COO peoplo in
W. S. Wiso has been offorod,
from tho California Pish Coin-.
mission, till tho trout and black
bass needed to stock tho streams
and ponds of the island, free of
charge delivered at San Fran
cisco. Mr. Wiso of Hitchcock & Wiso,
lawyers, hns received by tho ship
Roderick Dim a consignment of
his law library consisting of ovor
two hundred volumes. This is a
great addition to tho legal libraries
Tho Hilo Library and Froo
Reading Room Association will
open its now quarters, the old
Foreign church removed and
renovated, about tho 10th of Feb
ruary. Thoro aro 1100 volumes
in tho library.
The Herald complains that tho
Gazette makes Mr. Sparrow editor
of both the Herald aud tho Trib
une, also that tho Star gives tho
Tribune credit for itoms from tho
Herald. No llioa on tho Bulletin,
is thero, Bro. Campbell?
Hilo frowni when milleil "the rainy
town." It. woul I smllu to Cecil ro tho
title of " tho reluning town." Go
ulifui, Hilo ! nulletln.
Hilo already feel so surt of tho
title of "tho reigning town'' that
tho smile has been ordortd aud
wo will soon bo wearing it.
Burns' night was celebrated
with success in Hilo. A. C.
Steele, a past ohiof of tho Hono
lulu Scottish Thistlo Club, gavo
tho address of tho evening
"probably tho most enjoyed of
any part of tho interesting pro
gram," tho Horald says. Robert
Moro, J. Goudio and J. H. Bole,
all woll known iu Honolulu, gave
A Jopanoso laborer employed
iu the mill at tho Hakalau planta
tion fell into tho rollers last wook.
The man had on hoavy boots at
tho timo and beforo he could bo
extricated from his perilous posi
tion one of his logs was smashed
to tho knee. Tho limb was am
putated by Dr. Thompson, but tho
man died on tho duy following tho
A tennis club has boon organiz
ed at Hilo with tho following
offlcors: P. M. AVakefiold, presi
dent j G.K. AVildor.vico-presidont;
Dr. W. L. Mooro, secretary; Dr.
E. L. Hutchinson, treasuror. It
was docided to limit the member
ship to fifteen. Tho court will bo
laid off in a vacant lot makai of
D. II. Hitchcock's rosidenco on
Ail Apiiroprlnln i:nililein.
Tho Amorican buffalo exempli
fies to tho fullest oxtont tho ele
ments of hearty ruggod strength
in animal life, ami tho Buffalo
Browory Co. havo mado a peculiar
ly appropriate solectionof a trade
mark in choosing this animal to
roprcsout its productions, in that
tho tonio and rofrcsldng proper
ties of tho Buffalo Boor promote
hoalth aud invigorato tho systom,
producing a similar condition of
hardy strougth in tho human
frame. Tho ltoyal, Cosmopolitan
and Pooifio saloonB aro tho media
of distribution for this famous
brow to an approoiativo public,
and the interchangeable chock is
tho passport at any of these
favorite resorts. Driuk "Buffalo"
fcAIII.V MOIINIXU KUIttJLlUY.
All Yiiu' 'Iriinlt nml S'Joo
Ah Yan, who owns a coffee
shop, storo and bakery, on King
streot, just Ewa of tho Kawaitihao
church, had $200 saved up to pay
his Now Year's bills with and for
safe-keoping place it iu a trunk
in a room in tho rear of his coffeo
pulace. Ho and his baker slept
in tho room. At 2:30 this morn
ing Ah Yau got up, mado tho tiro
for his ovens and started his
bread to raise. Ho then went into
tho bedroom to wako up the Imkoi
who, wont to work at -i o'clock.
On awaking tho man it was notic
ed that tho trunk was missing
from tho room. Ah Yau was sure
it was thoro when ho got up, aud
that it must havo beon stolen
bodily whilo the baker was slum
boriug poacofullv and dreaming
of tho joys tho Now Year had in
store for him.
Ah Yau had senso enough to go
to Detective Kaapa with his title
of woo and the rosult was the ar
rest shortly afterwards of Ah Kin,
who had been hangiug round tho
place for sovoral days. A chargo
of burglary was placed agaiust
him but no trace of tho trunk or
mouoy had beon found at uoou.
XOVF.I. lll'ltlAI. AT NXTA (IltUZ.
Dr. I'lilln A. I.j i. n' llutly IiiM'i-r.-.l
Willi Simple IIIH-.
Santa Cituz, Cal., Jan. 13.
Tho burial of Dr. Phila A. Lyon,
tho first under the rules of the
Reform Burial Association, was
conducted by CountAxtoll Wacht
raoistor of. San Francisco, under
tho auspices of tho Theosophical
Society of this city today. Tho
cost of tho plain woodou casket,
with other oxpouses exclusive of
tho grave, amounted to $10. The
gravo cost 815 At the roflidonco
of tho deceased, in the presence of
200 peoplo, Mrs. Blackmoro read
a Hhorl addiesfi. Thorn was no
singing. At Old Follows' Como
tory Count Wachtmoistor bid tho
soul of tho deceased "godspeed"
aud tho procession returned.
Thoro was no hoarso, tho body
boing carried in a plain spring
maici:i: INI.A.M) COXCKUT.
Program of .TltinlcSclcctrd Tor Tomor
Tho selections mado by Profos-
Bor Borgor for the Makee Island
concort tomorrow aftornoon aro
given below. Tho concort begins
at 3 o'clook sharp.
The Old Huudrwd,
Overture Poet and Peasant Sappe
Paraphrase Emperor's Cornflowers,...
FanUslu- tl rami Procession
Rcmlnlsccnc'it of Vinll Godfrey
Kcmlulicciicts of Dcctlinvon Godfrey
Uallad-TlutLui, BoUIUfirtln Itel
(1st otto Itfaino Houndi Latnnn
Finale David and Absalom Lonbtirat
At Knimn Nqunre.
Tho program for tho band con
cort at Emma squaro this after
noon is as follows:
March Honeymoon Hosey
Overture Queen of bn.ides Huppe
Finale -II Trovatoro Verdi
Selection Bcllearlo Donizetti
Mazurka Mona Corrctrulo
Union- Vivacity Jiucnlosul
Denial of Printed Acporl.
John Gilbortson soys no opium
was found in anything belonging
to mm, and that ho was novor in
British Columbia in his life-, no
showed officorB whore opium might
bo found, to clear himsolf from
Meohanica' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Torms: 25
and 60 conta por night. ?1, and
S1.2G por week.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
AITl. II, IIIS.MINtDD ANIIAMlrUril
Iltrlinrll IStcito ir M'ivJ ! ,
Miniiillh'rlll li lliuc n .nv
Ju.ig" Perry has dimniBFod the
appeal of defendant in tlm cnoe of
Kahni aud others vs. Knliiti nud
othetc! for ii regularities. Maym-i- ifc
lidintmfor plaintiff; Johnson and
Kaulia for defendants, who note
an nppeal to tho ruling of the
Judgo Carter has granted the
potition to wind up the estate of
tho lato Georgo Bicknell. Kinney
and Ballon for petitioners, of
whom It. E. Mclntyr niiu -..
Bicknell were prenent iu court.
Judge Carter has signed an or
der amending ndocreo, in ll.t i u-.t-tor
of the estate of C. Akana, di
recting tho paymont of $171.50
duo to II. llackfeltl .fc Co. for mo
ney paid to a deputy sheriff.
Judgo Carter has grouted tho
potition of J. A. Magoon, guard
ian of Kalua Kapukini, u spend
thrift, to bo allowed to erect a
dwelling houso for tho ward and
her husband, at a cost not lo ex
ceed !?500, upon land owned by
her at Kanoohe. Tho iuconu of
her cstato is b!8()0 a year.
rnti: this .TioiiNixo,
rullnifa Occnplrd lr CIiIiicdu NVnrly
Tho alarm of fire this morning
at 11:30 came from tho corn or of
King aud Victoria streots. No. 1
ongino was first at tho sp""" ""d
took water from tho hydrant op
posite the Young promises aud a
lino of hose was quickly 1 .1 to
tho scono of tho fire, which wasljin
a small woodou ahanty occupied
by Chinese iu tho rear of tho pro
mises occupied by Mr. W. J. Gal
laghor. By tho timo wa! i ...m
got on tho building it hinl b.vm
about consumed, only a poi turn of
tho iloor and ono ond boing saved.
Tho firo was first noticod by
somo childron who wore bathing
iu tho stream bolow. Thoy gavo
tho alarm and two Chinese who
woro in tho room asleep got out in
short order. Tho houso was about
12x21 foot in si.o and of lilllo vul
wo, as it was very old.
Mr. Gallaghor said tho building
bolougod to tho Cummins ostate
and that it was occupiod V" 'o
or threo Chiuoso who kept .t lu a
gambling resort. Tho ph"- -7as
raided by tho polico two or three
Xen Hilo Hold.
The following bids on tho Hilo
hotel woro opoued at noon cc:l.iy
at tho offico of W. G. Irwin & Co.,
AVm. Vannatta S15.-1C5
Lucas Bros 10,009
II. P. Bortolmann '"""I
Horbort Kendall t,ui6
Wm. Wagonor "'0"n
Geo. Mumby io,&
T.Nott& Co 2-1,320
Tho contract waB award 1 I
AVm. Vannatta and work will
commouco atonco. Messrs. Ripley
& Dickoy are tho architects. Mr.
John A. Scott will have our
vision of tho work of construction.
II. D. Johnson, superintendent
of tho Postal Savings Bank, has
resigned to tako tho position of
bookkeeper for thonowOahn plan
tation. Houry JJuvis dob t,.j,cu
up a very atroug potition to .Min
ister Damon for tho vacant y and
has sovoral influential frionds in
loresting thomsolvos in his buhalf,
but it is understood tho appoint
ment had boon already promised.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dontnl
office Cottngo No. 100, Alnkoa
atroot, tolophono No. filo. '.. oo
hours 9 a.m. to -1 r.M.
'b& t &t& -LmJJ-' 'fcrAUttikJ, , m. -JJUh?-4ftrf-,i''
, a i. - A.aimftl-tiuiit iJL,. ' i.i
?W-Ti- B 4mi f it tJAA.irthJnaiitfani.w ail