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Vol. III. No. 528.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1897.
Price 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day excopt Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per. Month, anywhere tn the Ha
waiian Islands 76
Pet Year. 8 00
Pee Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, ether Foreign
Countries. .v 13 00
Payable) Invariably in Advance
' Telephone 2C0. F. O. Box 80.
. B. L FINNEY, Manager.,
Road what Aycr's Sarsaparilla did
for tho Rev. Z. P. Wilds, a well
known city missionary in New-York
and brother of tho lato eminent
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from boils and other eruptions of n
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of Ayor's Sanapiirllla, bybbsprva
tion of the Rood it had done to others,
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general health improved, and now it
is excellent. I feel a hundred per
cent, stronger, and I attribute this
result to Aycr's Sarsaparilla, which
I recommend with all confidence as
tho best blood medicino ever
For all disorders resulting from
i. poor or corrupted blood and general
Hollistef Drug Co., Ltd.
Hole Agents' (or the Republic of Hawaii.
Hawaiian Opera House
THIS EVENING, Feb. 8,
H. M.GILLIG, JAMIE WILDER
MISS KATE McGREW.
Popular Prices Will Prevail.
W8T An Entire Change of Pro
gram will be presented. 522 Gt
Hospital Flower Society
FRIDAY, Fob. 12, 1897,
At 8 o'clook P. M.
Proceeds to be used in Aid ot a Free Bed
at the Hospital. 1
Tickets, - $3.50.
Admitting Gentleman and Ladies and in
tJW Tickets on sale at the Leading
Kawaihau Quintette Club
All orders for Danco Mnsio, Pionicu,
Lnaus, Receptions, etc, etc, will be filled
at short notice.
CtT Leave orders at Wall, Nichols Go,
or.with 1 Silva at W. O. Aobi's office. IUng
p Telephone No. 884. 617-Bm
During my absence from the Ha
waiian Islands, Mr. Charles A. RIoo
will havo full charge of tho business
of the "Walulae Dairy and Ranch.
PAUL It ISENBERG.
Honolulu, Feb. C, 1807. 62G-2w
EWA FREE KINDERGARTEN
Ill'ILDING PROVIDED II V Till:
Excursion fur the 0ielnr Ccremnn-
Ic Formal'Pietentatlon it tha
Halldf ng tn the Aaaoelntliiu.
An excursion was given to the
direotors.of the Free Kindergprten
Associationy tho directors of the
Ewa Plantation Company on Sat
urday. Members of the Board of
Education and editors of tho daily
papers were invited along. Tho
occasion was the opening of a
kindergarten on tho plantation
above named for which the com
pany has erected a building and
will pay tho running oxpofisoB.
For tho comfort of' tho party
the directors' parlor car of tho O.
R. & L. Co. was attaohed, to tho
mornjng train. To gjyo appro
priate interest to the opening of
the school, a class often chiluron
from the Japanese kindorgarten
in town, in charge of thoir teach
er, Miss Kellogg, was among
the excursionists. Dressed in
kimonos no. two alike but eaoh
moro variegated than a rainbow,
this exhibition class presented n
wonderfully picturesque appear-"
anco. It only took a slight hint
to start them singing thoir school
songs, and in every way thoy
were as merry as kittens.
In the party were Dr. and Mrs.
O. M. Hyde, Prof, and Mrs. W.
D. Alexander, Dr. and Mrs. Looso
of Iowa, U. S., J. B. Atherton nnH
wife, Mrs. Fanny Stookbridge,
Mrs. T.H. Hobron, Mrs. F. R.
Day, Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, Mrs.
H. N. Costlo. Mrs. O. H. Gulick,
Mrs. Solf ridge, Miss Margaret
Hopper, Mies Laurence, Miss
Buckie, Miss Kellogg, W. A.
Bo won and wife, Mrs. Scott,
wife of tho editor of tho Chicago
Times-Herald, A. T. Atkinson of
the Star, J. T. Stacker of tho Ad
vertiser and tho Bulletin's re
presentative Arrived at Ewa station, tho
partly was conducted noross a neat
now park, Bet out with young trees
and llower" beds, o the. kinder
garten schoolhouse. It is a neat
wooden structure in coltago archi
tecture, situated on tho chapel
compound and fronting in line
with that edifice Passing through
a 6x9 rjoroh the main room is en
tered, its dimensions being 21x30
and its furniture including little
chairs for tho infant pupils. A
lanai on tho right bund side, 12x24,
opens from tho main room by
folding doors. Opposite tho en
trance is a door to the rear, which,
besides two double windows in
front, two single ones in rear and
the same in the end, gives with
the other openings mentioned
abundance of air and light. The
floor is pninted a cardinal huo,
with diagrams in black presum
ably to aid in olass formations.
Chairs were provided for the
party, and when all were eoatod
the exorcises began. For tho oc
casion an upricht "piano from Mr.
Xowrie's' house had boen placed in
tue class room, it is to nave an
instrument of its own in tho near
Mr. Lowrio delivered a briof
opening address, expressing his
groat ploasuro at meeting so
mnny friends at the opening of
tho plantation kindergarten. He
hoped that tho result of this
sohool might be so satisfactory
that it would encourage
other plantation companies to
follow toe example. Ho wished
it understood at tho outset, beforo
tho building was formally turned
over, that the manager of tho
plantation company must be con
sulted in all finanoial affairs of the
school, as well as have control, as
to approval, of tho appointment
of teachers. The matter of board
ing outsiders on tho plantation
had always boen a difficult one,
and ho thought that when possi
ble teachers should bo selected
from among tho people on tho
placo. Ho thought tho directors
of the company deserved tho I
thanks of iho Apsociatinn for pro
viding such substantial quarters
for the school.
Miss Clara Lowrio, daughter of
tho mnnngcr, played u pinuu solec
tiou with happy elTect.
Mr. J. B. Atherton, on behalf of
the Ewa Plantation Company, de'
livored an address turning over
the building to the Free Kinder
garten Association. He esteemed
this a pleasant duty. That tho
conditions imposed by tho man
ner wore proper ho did not ques
tion. Ho hoped this school was
tbeheginning of many similar ones
iu tha islands, but. believed that
the future of plantation kinder
gartens would dopoud upo;i tho
success of this onu. The motivo
of tho company in providing a
building ho did not wish to bo
considered altogether one of be
nevolence There was a moreen
ary side to tho act, and ho oxpoot
eu mat tue snnreholaers would
get larger dividends as a result of
this departure They had people
there from darkor countries, who
wore ignorant of some of the ameni
ties arising from education. Tho
manauer of a plantation is at onco
a peaco-maker and a taskmaster,
ana tue less enlightened the lab
orer the moro diflicult is the duty
of tho manager to regulate the
affairs of tho company. He be
lieved tho establishment of that
sohool would make better fathers
and mothers of tho plantation
hands and give tho company bet
ter laborers in consequence Iu
conclusion Mr. Atherton gnvo a
statement, showing the cost of tho
building and furnishings tn havo
boen, within a fow cents, SS00, and
tho estimated cost of maintenance
tho first year $550, which was
moro likely to be a little under
than over tho mark. rio thou
formally presented tho building
to tbo Association.
Mrs. Hyde, president of tho
AnRrtointiou, reupouded, express
ing on behalf of that body her
great pleasure in receiviug tho
handsome gift. They had reason
to believe that tho example would
bo fallowed by other plantation
companies. She trusted, however,
that this Ewa kindergarten would
nlwnys bo first in excellence as it
was in point of time
Miss Sorimgor, who is to toaoh
the school, accepted tho responsi
bility of tho position in a few
modest words, from which it was
ovidout that sho understood tho
unturo of the work beforo her.
Mrs. H. N. Cnstlo spoko of tho
work iu Honolulu. They wanted
tho Ewa kindorgarten to bo a
placo whore tho children would
grow intellectually and morally,
as well aa physically. It was not
expected that tho littlo ones woro
to sit still. Activity meant lifo and
growth. Miss Soares of the Por
tuguoso kindergarton in town had
testified to the effect of the train
ing upon tho conduct of tho child
ron in thoir homes, which doubt
less had a reflex influence upon
thoir parents and eldor brothers
and sisters. It was known also
that the iu flu onco of Chinese
pupils was good in their homes,
developing a family affootion that
was lacking in somo classes of
that nationality. The kindergar
ton gave1 childron an opportunity
Miss Laurence, superintendent
of tho work, gavo an oddross on
the niuiB of tho kindergarton. Sho'
compared tho institution to a flow
Miss Collins rendorod a piano,
solo delightfully, and a bevy of
assistant kiudergnrtnors sang part
songs of tho schools, Miss Laur
onco accompanying on tho piano.
Miss Kellogg then put the Jap
anese olass through kindergarton
exeroises, including motion songs
and a sort of skipping dance
These wero highly entertaining.
Dr. Hyde closed the exercises
with prayer. "
Mr. Lowrie conduoted the party
through tho sugar mill, showing
them tho entire process of making
90 dogroes test sugar out of tho
cane. Thoy woro then carried in
an observation car to the fields
where cane cutting was being done,
apt! by the same conveyance car
ried to tho manager's residence
and refreshed with a choico lunch
eon. Mrs. Lowrio displayed tho
most unfoigued pleasure at tho op
portunity of extending tho hospit
alities of tho plantation to tho
Some of the partv returned to
town in tho two o'clock train, tho
remainder waiting for the evening
traiu, so ns to further oxploro the
AT TUB OPKHA 1IOUM.
Final Concert of the arahnm-OTnr-
qaanli Ooinunuy Tonight.
Tho last concert to be given in
Honolulu by Donald .Graham and
Mm. Breitschuk Marquardt oomes
off at the Opera Honse this oven
ing nt 8 o'clock, and beyond doubt
will prove a society success. In
addition to tho talonted principals
Miss Kato McGrew, H. M. Gillig,
Lieutenant Slay tor, R. N, and
James Wildor havo volunteered
and -will appear in the following
Harp Solo Fantasio Martha
Mrs. Breitsohuk Marquardt.
Song Queen of My Heart
Mr. H. M. Gillig.
Duet If Wo Two -Wero May
ing A. M.Smith
Miss Kato McGrew and Mr.
Donald do V. Graham.
Song Lovo's Sorrow
Lieut. Slnytor, 11. N.
Mr. James Wilder.
Duet Tho Danubo Rivor. . . Aido
H.gM. Gillig and D. de V.
Violin Solo Ohauson d'Amour
Song Ouco Herve
Mr. Donald do V. Graham.
Harp Solo Mazurka de Concert
Mrs. Breitsohnk Marquardt.
Song Asthore darling. .Trotere
Mr. H. M. Oillig.
Song, Harp Ohligato Winds
In tho Trees Thomas
Mr. Donald do V. Graham.
ON SUNDAY LtUOH.
Employer Liti-gplr to Ultimo
much Work Hint I none.
Editok Bulletin: I havo read
with interest the explanation
given by tho Attorney-General of
tho reasons which havo induced
tho government to issuo an order
compelling steamship compa
nies to obey the Sunday law and
ngrco with all that ho advances.
Hut I would suggest that tho gov
ernment go n stop further and
servo notice on somo of the whole
sale houses here which mako a
practise of working thoir
clerks on Sunday. I do not
refer to occasional instances
whore tho presenco of a steamor
in port makes cortain work noces
sary, but to those houses whoso
clerks have to report regularly for
duty every Sunday morning. If
it is against the law- to unload a
vessel on Sunday it is surely
against the samo law to pack
goods behind closed iron doors,
as is often done. Let tho law bo
appliod toj all and give the poor
clerk a chance to rost at least ono
day in tho week. Observer.
A large number of tho officers
and mon of tho National Guard
mot in tho drill shed on Saturday
evening nnd prcsonted Colonel
McLean with a gold watoh, chain
and locket on the occasion of his
departure by the Dorio. Present
ation speeches were mndo by Cap
tain T. B. Murray and 8ergeant
Stanmoro, while Colonel McLean
mado n suitable roply. Remarks
woro also mado by Captains Zieg
ler, McCarthy, Paul Smith and
others and gonernl good foeling
At the Butta.
The first of tho three matchos
arranged between tho police and
Company B. waBshot on Saturday
at the Kakaako range. Tho sold
iers won by a score of -114 to 388.
In tho match botweon Compan
ies F. and G. the regulars won by
tho score of 408 to 398.
LATE JAPANESE ITEMS
TIIK VUNMtll. OP TUB r'.lIPKIM) '
TO COST 800.000 YUN. I
Attache nt the Jnpancao t'onnilnto In
Bombay Attacked by the I'lHguc
Bank Manager Realgn.
Tho following additional items
havo been culled from exchanges
brought by tho Dorio last Satur
day: The U. S. men-of wnr Yorktown
nnd Detroit, both from Shanghai,
havo arrived at Nagasaki.
Messages of condolonco-on tho
death of tho Empress Dowager
havo boon roceived by His Majos
ty from tho Sovereigns and Presi
dents of all tho Treaty Powors.
Mr. Yokura, Mouogor of tho
Bank of Japan, has tendored his
resignation on ncconnt of ago and
it has been accepted by tho Min
ister of Finance.
Tho authorities having dooided
to disburse 800,000 yen for the
funeral of tho Em press-Do wagor,
a bill for the eauio has been
brought forward iu tho diet.
The Jnpancso Government con
templates reducing the number of
troops stationed at Wei hai wei,
pendinc tho total payment of the
indemnity by Chinn, by one bat
union oi mianiry oy may next.
The plaguo in Bombay, which,
with nil its virulonce, has not at
tacked foreign residents, seoras,
according to an official telegram
received on tho 14th, to havo in
vaded tho Japanese Consulate, and
foreigners employed in tho Con
tsulatirare Buffering from tho dread
malady, A curious fact is that
innumorablo rnts dio from the
plague ovory day.
JOHN . IIOI.r KKSIONS.
Another Vacancy Im the Offlce of the
Poatnl SuvIiik llnnk.
This morning John D. Holt,
for a uumbor of years employed
in tho Postal Savings Bnnk, for
warded his resignation to tho
PostmaBtor-Gonoral iu a commu
nication of which tho following
is n copy :
To J. Mort Oat, Esq., Post-master-Gonoral.
Dear Sir: I hereby tondor Hub
my resignation na Clork of the
Postal Saviugs Bank, over which
you are by law its manager.
Thanking you for tho confidence
reposed in mo during tho past, I
Very respectfully yours,
John D. Holt.
February 8, 1897.
Whilo Mr. Holt assigns no
reason in the above letter for his
resignation, it is understood
among his friends that he feels
that the government ignores tho
claim of Hawaiians in favor of its
whilo supporters, and they point
to the fact that since his stay in
the Postal Savings Bank ho has
twioe failed to receivo that promo
tion whioh his long sorvico raer
itodj in both instances white mon
having beon nppointcd over his
m a a"
Vlaltlnc Loudon rinauclera.
Messrs. McCullooh and Weber,
who dropped off the steamer Ala
meda to await tho departure of the
steamor Australia, aro mombors
of tho London Stock Exchange,
who, during thoir brief stay, are
looking into tho question of in
vestments in tho Hawaiian sugar
industry. Through the courtesy
of. Mr. Lowrie, thoy joined the ex
cursion party on Saturday, for tho
run through tho fields and n visit
to tho groat irrigation works at
On today's Kinnu the Paoifio
Hardware Co. havo recoivod a
fresh supply of Prot. Hensbaw's
Platinotypo nnd Sopia prints.
Soud some of thorn to your friends
for a Now Yoar's reminder.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
JJ.1IAU: SUIT or X.KONARU Y.
,-TIACI.r.NXAN . ON THItI,.
Sentence of n T,oltrr. lnn Conitlrm-
cil- Convent or Icrnilant In Kit
rqnltj- Knit for Partition.
Ah Fnt, who appealed for miti
gation of sontenco for maintaining
lottery, had tho sentence of thB
lower court a lino of $100 -confirmed
by Judge Carter.
Tho Hawaiian jury, beforo
Judge Cartor, is trying Bipi for
selling liquor nt Mannaloa with
out license. E. P. Dolo for tiro
Ropubllc; S. K. Kane" for defend
ant. H. Leonard vs. D. McLounnn,
damages, is on trial before Judge
Perry by the followinggury: J. G,
Spencor, Thos. Wall, B. F. Beard
more, H. GWaity, R. W. Cath
cart, O. R. Demont, W. Teraplo
tou, W. R. 8ims, A. Lnrnach, O.
C. Swnin, F. J. Turner and F. J.
Kruger. The damages aro clniraed
ou account of alleged mnlpraotico
by defendnnt in treating plaintiff
for rheumatism in tho feet. Kin
ney & Rnllou for plaintiff; P.
Neumanu nnd Thurston fc Stanley
for defendant. .
J. Q. Wood, nttorney for de
fendants, has filed a motion to
place Frank Telles vs. Albert nnrl
Sarah Trask on tho caloudnr for
tho l'obruary torm.
Certaiu of tho defendants in
John T. Baker vs. Young Heo and
others havo filed consent to n pub-
no saio ot tuo Incus involved.
Judgo Carter has confirmed thB
administrator's sale of property
belonging to the estate of the latD
Q. Fernandesat public auction,
to J. W. Pratt for $1000.
The Cricket mutch.
Tho Honolulu cricket team won
an easy victory ovor tho team
from tho British cruiser Icarus on
Saturday afternoon. Tho naval
mon went out for 31 runs, and tho
homo team scored. Auother in
ning was Btarted, but there was
not time to play it out. Captain
Hntfiold of tho Honolulu team
made a "hat" that is, bowled
down threo wickots with three suc
cessive balls for tho second time
iu his record with tho presoul
Honolulu crickot club. The first
timo was in a matoh with H. B.
M. S. Champion's team some
years ago. A. St. M. Mackintosh
did not porform that feat, but ho
took moro wickots than the cap
tain. At Km in Hbunre.
The government band will givo
tho regular concert at Emma
square this evening with tho fol
Orertore Fra Dlavolo, . , Auber
Finale Rlgoletto Verdi .
Walls Lovo's Dreamland .Hocder
Coruct Solo The Specialty ....UareV
atr. Cbarlcs K renter.
Beloctlon Roblu Hood De More
Tbe Irwin March Bergta
Dedicated to Wm. G. Irwin, Etq.
Waltz Tbe Town of Bong Fabrbactv
March Klne Cotton, Bo'ita
A Flue Hurrey. '
Gus Sohuman has received
from the Coast one of the finest
surreys ever imported to this
country. It was mannfnctnrod
by tho celebrated Columbus Bug
gy Company, and is a n beauty.
Anyone desiring a nice tloubfo
turnout will do well to inspect
this vohiole. It is largo nnd
roomy, juBt tho thing for family
Kroogor Pianos, sweetest in tons,
JnB.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warerooms at
G. West's, MnBonio Temple. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Store Tnn
inc nnd repairinc. tbatP Tole-
1 phono 847.