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VY& III. No. 530.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1897.
PnioE 5 Cents.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day ezcopt Sunday nt
aiu lung atroot, uonoiuin, u. i.
Per Month, nnywhero In thf Kn-
wallnn Islands P 73
For Year. 8 (JO
Per Year, postpaid to Arm-net;,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Yen, postpaid, sthor Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnyablo InvarlnMv In Advance.
Telephone 250. F. O. Box 69.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
is tho souroo ot good health.
Makea puro blood, strengthens
tho norves, shorpons tho appo
tito, removes that tired feeling;
and makes lifo worth living.
Thousands of pooplo have testi
.flod to the boaling virtue of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Their let
ters como in ovorypost. There's
no attempt at-theory. They all
assert tho groat faot, "Ayer's
Sarsaparilla cured me."
Weak, Weary Women
"who havo been bed ridden,
vexed -with a scrofulous taint,
emaciated, afflicted with dis
eases common to their sex,
write gratefully of a porfect
cure. If you wiBh to profit by
their experience, and become
healthy qnd strong, take the
great strength giver and blood
BrwAVK of ImitaMoni. The ctrao Ayr'
"HarHitiiarilLt U prominent on tho wrapper
00, blown In the gl&M of each bottU.
AVER'S PILLS, SUGAR-COATED, EASY TO TAKE
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bold Agents (or the Bepnblio of Hawaii.
Hospital Flower Society
FREDA?, Fob. 12, 1897,
At 8 o'clock p. M.
Proceeds to tie used in Aid of a Free Bed
at tho Hospital.
Tiokets, - $2.50.
Admitting Gentleman and Ladies and in
cluding Supper. i '
EST" Tickets 'on sale at tho Leading
Eleotion of Officers.
At a Meeting of the Shareholders of
tho Hawaiian Hagey Institute held
on Feb. 3rd, the following officers were
Alex. Young Presldont
W. R. Castle Vice President
"A. V. Gear Secretary
J. A. Magoon . , . Treasurer
Ii. O. Abies Auditor
The above officers constitute ,the
Board o( Dirootors.
A. V. GEAR,
527 3t Seoretary.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
' 1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, whore Trained
Nurses, Massaco, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths. Electricity and Physical Training
way bo obtained.
P. S.'KELLOGQ, M. D
Telephone 030. Superintendent.
Kawaihau Quintette Club
All orders for Dance Musio, Picnics,
Luaus, Receptions, eto., oto., trill be filled
at short notioo.
XZT Loave orders at Wall, Nichols Co.
or with P. Bilva at W. O. Achi's office, Iling
p Telephone No. 834. 517-6m
During my absence from the Ha
waiian Islands, Mr. Charles A. Rice
will have full oliarge of the buslnoM
of the Waialao Dairy and Ranch.
PAUL R ISENBERG.
Honolulu, Feb. 5, 1807. 626-2W
JOCK TAMSON'S BAIRNS
rtxmR)TioM of nuuxs nirht
tuny Merry Mm Do llnnnr nt ft
'Feal lo Ilia Mrmur.v of Hip
Hard of Srutlniid.
I have read with much pleasure
the report of the anniversary of
Robert Burns in Honolulu, and I
urn nlonoivl in ann Hint Mm Tlu'ttlo
Oft') has lost llonof Ub vim, but
ib 'gathering and .branching out,
slow but sure. I seo that oar
worthy countryman, Robert Oat
ton, was tbo orator of tho evening
and did justice to the memory of
Scotland's bard, as no
ono could have done bel
ter, and whethor Scotch oi no,
the oration , cannot bo read
without admitting that he was the
right man in tho right placo. I
also boo where he refers to tho
Hilo celebration, which was car
ried out to the credit of all con
cerned. And now I thought that it was
nothing but right that Kohala
should bo heard from in tho same
line, as there aro a few Scotch but
a great many admirers of Burns
in this district. A committee of
the Scotoh was formed, consisting
of Thomas S. Kay, manager of
Halawa plantation; J. H. Macken
zie of Puakea ranch; G. F. Till
loch, manager of Kohala Tele
phone; W. P. McDougall, district
magistrate; Robert Wallace, man
ager for Kingsloy;Adara Lindsey,
manager for T. H. Davies fc Co.,
and your humble sorvant, Robert
Laing. Tho invitations were is
'sued by the conynittee through
G. F. Tulloch, commencing at
Mahukona and ending at Niulii,
taking in everyone in the district.
The celebration was in the form
of a supper without charge kto the
invited guests. Thomas 8.' Kay
was selected to preside on tho
occasion, nnd tho event was fixed
for Saturday evening, January 23,
instead of tho propor anniversary
date, Monday tho 25th. This
throw it upon tho birthday of ouo
of tho promoters, Judgo MoDou
gall, and another reason for the
change was that, as the mills aro
running for all they are worth,
thoro would be no damage from
oversleeping next morning through
an extra donal'.
Tho weather was bad, high
winds and heavy roads, so that
fow came from tho outsido parts
of the district. Neverthe
less, despite the weather, there
gathered quite a few to pay
homage to tho world's poet and
Scotland's idol. Among those
present wore' J. H. Mackenzie,
John Hind, manager Hawi plan
tation; Howard Bryant, manager
Beecroft plantation; W. 8. May
of Hawi, Falmer Woods of Puu
hue ranch, the Messrs, Mist of
Honolulu, Adam Lindsey, Senator
Frank Northrup, Judgo Atkins,
Judgo MoDongall, G. P. Tulloch,
Eddio Quinn, George Renton,
manager Kohala plantation, H. P.
King, Robert F. Lange of Hono
lulu, Thomas 8. Kay, F. 0. Paotow
and your correspondent.
Mr. Kay having worked out of
tho position of chairman, yours
truly was impressed into the
mastership of ceremonies. '
Aftor opening remarks by the
chairman, the toast of tho evening,
"Tho immortal memory of Scot
land's poet, Robort Burns," was
given by Mr. Kay, which was
drank by all standing and glasses
replaced bottom up. Brother Adam"
Lindsey was called on, as the ora
tor of the evening, to respond, and
delivered a very able and well
worded address, which provod to
all that we Had got tho right man
for that placo, and on finishing ho
received the overwhelming ' ap
plause ho so justly dosorred.
G. P. Tulloch gaye a well deliv
Judge Atkins responded to tho
toast oi "Those not bcotch but our
guests," for Kohala iu particular;
PalmervWoods, for Hawaii iu gen
eral; Senator Northrup, for Amor-
ica; 1. F. Lance, for Germany;
W. S. May. for old Euglaud.
Aftpr which tliov returned
the toast, '"Our Scotch
friondA," to which ' the
chair ren ponded on behalf of tho
Thistle Club and the Scotch of
J. H. Mackenzie rpad Lord Rose
bory's speech at a Burns gather
ing at Paisley in good style. W.
S. May sang "Highland Mary,"
and all who have over had the
pleusnro of listening to
his sweot voice will know how it
R. Laing recited "Burns in the
united estates," and then came a
flnnVn nF nt, iM, tr pllof,lw i
at tho piano in the Kohala hall
adjoining the clab. And again
Bro. Kay came to tho front in
genuine Scotch style.
Then came the sapper prepared
by tho club steward, Jim Saki,
with the nraoo by Judgo McDoug
all "Holy Willie's Prayer." Tho
suppor was found to bo all that
could be wished, only tho haggis
being wanted to complete it. The
remainder of tho evening
was spent in merrimont and
fun, Geo. Renton getting off sorao
neat jokos. He appeared to be
the humorist of tho evening until
his bookkeeper, Mr. King, got
warmed up. Then the boss was
in tho shade and it was romarked
that King had missed his calling.
Time finally made tho company
realize that it was in tho "wee
sma' Hours ayont the twar," and
it dispersed after singing, "God
Save Our Gracious Queen,"
Star Spangled Banner" and
Lang Syne." R
Three I'nrtloi Who Would be Ili'uc
tiled by tho System.
The followiugs from Mr. P. C.
Jones' paper on profit Bharing,read
beforo the Social Scicnco Olub:
In a paper by Mr. Crawloy,
lately read at a society in this city
a few weoks 'ago, on profit
sharing, he claims that there aro
throo partios ifitorested: Tho
Laborer,. Tho Capitalist, and, Tho
1. Tho laborers, because:
1. It would givo him greator
returns for his labor.
2. His position would be more
y. Ho would become a homo
4. His feeling of responsibility
would bo inoreat-cd.
II. Tho capitalist, because:
1. His employees would work
2. Ho would keep more com po
tent and experienced laborors.
3. His losses would be borne
partly by his, laborers, and busi
ness failures would not bo so great
a monace. v
III. The state, because:
1. Strikes wonld bo less fre
quent and business und socioty
fiioro stable. ,
, 2. Ono great body of pooplo
tho laboring class would booomo
men of responsibility and bettor
Saw Plenty of Smoke,
George Martin returned on the
Kinau yesterday, aftor taking a
trip to tho Volcano and back on
his wheel. Ho'expoctod to break
the record botwoen Hilo and tho
Volcano House but found that tho
road was being repaired in
numerous places, so gavo up tho
idea and took things easy. Ho
says it was so cold at tho Volcano
houBO that ho had to have three
pairs of blankets to sleep uudor.
He went down to tho Volcano but
tliero was no fire' to bo seen in tho
pit. Nothipg but great volumes
of smoko constantly ascending
was visible. Georgo is quite
sunburned and his complexion
now matohes his hair nicely.
Tho Kmmcluth Ilnllillui;.
Tom Walker has tho contract to
put up tho stone foundations and
brick walls of tho new Emmeluth
building on King stroot, aud is
rushiug tho work. The owner
furnishes all materials and Tom
doos tho Tost.
,. " -"' 1 1 H'tfMirillffW rift 1 nt 1 laHawBWMrr & - ggiWWfef""
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
cama Ai'i'i:i,r.i, decisions a,d
The l.lcciixp 'nP In ilo In tin-
Suprnnc- Co ii rl Tlin liliuiirlli
Liquor Cutr-flllier Court c.
Owiug to presbiiro of other
nows matters on tho Bulletin's
columns yesterday the following
1....Y1 ..( :.i
"B "i ci" " ww uuuvoiu-
jubIy 1,eld over
In the matter of the application
of Tni'Kee for a writ of manda
mus to compol the Minister of tho
Interior to grant a lodging house
licenso, notice of appeal from tho
decision of Judge Perry has been
filed by A. S. Humphreys, attor
noy for petitioner.
In1 the caso of J. S. Ellis ot al.
vs. N. R.Rico ot al., a stipulation
to waive a jury has been filed.
Kinney & Ballou for plaintiffs;
W. R. Castlo for defendants.
In tho caso of Bishop & Co.
vs. uecu lirown, administrator,
and othors, tho consent of W. G.
Irwin,prosent assignee oC all rights
uudor the docroo of foroclosuro
herein, that the sum of $1500 re
tamed by tho clerk of tho Court
pending tho perfecting of tho titlo
of said W. G. Irwin to tho homo-
stead promisos of tho late Waltor
M. Gibson in Honolulu, be paid
over forthwith to thoso entitled to
the same under tho deoroo.
Iu the partition suit of Young
Heo vs. John Baker and othors u
stipulation has been filed that the
caso may bo sot for hearing on
Fob. 10 at 10 a. m.
In tho case of J.. A. Hopper vs.
H. Cannon et al. it is stipulated
and agreed that the sum of $2500,
now deposited with the Clerk of
tho Court in said causo may bo
withdrawn by Cooil Brown,
attornoy for assignee, J. F. Col
burn; Magoon & Edings, attorneys
for H. Cannon; Thurston fe Scau
loy, attorneys for J. A. Hopper.
In tho Estate of Anna M.' Arm
strong, A. Z. Hadlny, administra
trix, has filed on inventory show
ing that the estate which has
como into hor hands consists of i
shares Hawaiian Sugar Co.'s
stock, 1 share Hawaiian Agricul
tural Co. and $251.10 ou deposit
id tho Huwaiiau Postal Savings
In tho bankruptcy matter of
Mrs. Maria G. Levinho of Lihuo,
Kauai, Shoriff F. W. Carter has
filed a return of servico and sum
mons and petition with tho state
ment that he can find no property
belonging to the alleged bankrupt.
Tho will of the lato Christian
Gortz hus boon doposited with tho
Court by Bishop & Co. and opon
ed by Heury Smith, clork of tho
Judiciary, and filled in tho Clerk's
Office, for tho purposo of lotting
the heirs read tho same, and if
they see fit to havo the same pro
batod. So far as known there is
no property of tho deceased with
in the jurisdiction of tho court,
unlosB thore maybe property else
where .which is unknown. Tho
will was executed Octobor 23, 1890,
in presence of J. H. Paty and J.
H. FiBher, and has boon on depo
sit in tho bank.
In the damage suit of H. Leon
ard vs. Dr. D. McLennan, on trial
on Monday before Judgo Perry
and a foreign jury, a verdict was
rendorod for defendant, throo of
the jurors dissenting. Kinney &
Ballou for plaintiff ; Neumann and
Stanley for dofondant.
Deputy Sheriff Lyman of Hilo
has returned sorviceof summons
on tho two rival presidents of the
Hilo Portuguese Sugar Mill Co.
Ltd., in the nill to forooloso mort
gage brought by H. Hackfold
& Co. againBt that corporation.
Tho indebtedness is about S27.000,
including ono promissory note for
$7000 not yet duo.
Jury 'haB boon waivod in four
suits in which tho Oahu Lumbor
aud Building Co. is concerned,
dofondant in ouo and plaintiff in
Exceptions aro noted by libelee I
in Dimond vs. Diinond to a nil-1
ing of Judgo Carter sustaining I
libollaut'B exceptions to two para-1
graphs iu hor bill oE partioulais. i
J. Ashworth was tried by tho!
following jury, boforo Judge Car
tor, for selling liquor without a
license: J M Sims, A E Woirick,
P J Voellor, Win Mutch, C D
Chase, M Smith, Ohas'Phillips, D
W McNicoll, A F Cooke, W F
Dillingham, J W Lloyd and N E
Godge. Deputy Attoiuey-Geneiiil
Dole for the Republic; A. G. M.
Robertson for the defouso. The
jury retired ot 1,:55 and returned
at 2:15 with a verdict of not guilty,
two dissenting. Tho dofeudant
was discharged forthwith.
Lum tWa was next put ou trial
for opium in possession, being de
fended by Geo. A. Davis. Tho
following jury woro empaneled:
F. J. Kruger, J. A. Oilman, H. M.
von Holt, C. R. Doraont, B. F.
Boardmore, Olivor O. Swain, W.
R. Sims, W. Templeton, T. .E.
Wnll, A Larnach, G. W. R. King
and R'. W. Cathcart.
Purine Cnble llolore 1'oucrene.
The exact status of tho propos
ed submarine telegraph line to
Hawaii is so vaguoly understood
by the general public thut a few
words of explanation may not bo
amiss at this tinio. Tho Hawaii
an government has exhibited tho
greatost interest -in the matter
more than that, all its efforts havo
boon in tho dii eotion of securing
for tho United States a controll
ing part in the enterprise. Hawaii
regards this country as its natural
ally and protector. Tho govern
ing classes there aro almost exclu
sively Americans men of our
own blood and origin. They want,
first of all, annexation, and bar
ring that, they seek such olose and
intimate relations, political and
cpmmorcial, as will amount prac
tically to an alliance. Their mar
ket is here, their tradition, their
ideas, their social and government
scheme aro identical wjth ours.
Hawaii is the point in the Pacific
whero all tho midocoan trado cur
rents aro concentrated. Whether
in poaco or war, whothor for mor
cantilo or political mystery, Ha
waii is tho key to tho situation. It
iB at this momont the contor, of a
siloht nnd peaceful but tremend
ous strugglo for supremacy. In
tho solution of this gigantic prob
lem tho control of a submarine
tolegraph botwoon tho Unitod
States and Hawaii would bo a fac
tor of incalculable potency.
At Thoium Nqunre.
Profossor Borgo'r arrranged tho
following selections for tho band
concert at Thomas squaro this
evening, Coramonciug at 7:30:
March Honeymoon., Koeoy
Ovirturo l'ocl and Peasant tfumie
IkmlnUcjnces of Verdi Godfrey
Cornet Solo 1 be tipctlalty Elaxcl
Mr. Cbarles Kreutcr.
Medley Herman Melodies Tlilele
Ballad That Low, Soft Hcfraln,, Itzel
Gavotto Itblne Bounds Latann
Waltz Blue Danube Htraue
' Hotel Arrivals.
Hawaiian W F LucaSj 1 San
Francisco; John T Hodwons, Po
catolla, Idaho; Charles Dowolf
Brownoll, Bristoo, R IjrAMrs Fred
Mauror, H Morrison, Makawoli,
Kauai; Mr and Mrs G P Lord;
Elgin, 111; Mrs Dr Cleveland and
daughter, Dundeo, Ills; Dr D W
Riggs, Pittsburg, tPonn; Mr and
Mrs Joshua Crano Jr, Boston,
Moss; U Bnird, Allegheny, Pa;
Alfred J Marcus, Eugene B Bates,
San Francisco; H H Renton, Ko
hala; Mrs C B Zabushie and child,
San Francisco. "
ONE ON LEAP YEAH.
This is the latest on leap year: A
ell known young gentleman declined
to call upon a! very charming1 young
lady lhing in Queen Anne town When
pressed for a reason iho said: ''She is,
too much llko Itanie. Beer. She's
bright, i(sparldlng and pure, and so
full of life I am nfnild ho will 'pop, "
On tup or in bottles at tho Criterion.
MCIU nflMPRFI I Rf III F1INR
KLW """DtLL- DUILUIHU
" moiil auiuho.v m iiwkoi.u-
Mrs min sriii-.ir.
Ilirrc Will lln I lure Inrgn sturi-awlth
I Intuitu , Llulit Wellaaml Olhpr
All negotiations botwoen Ex
celsior Lodgo of Odd Fellows
nud James Campbell looking to
the purchaso of tho Odd FcIIowb
Hall property by tho latter havo
been declared off, not from any
fault of Mr. Campboll's or any
difference about tho price, but be
cause tho Odd Fellows finally
concluded not to sell at any figure..
As soon as this decision was
reached Mr. Campbell at once in
structed his architects, Messrs.
Howard & Train, to go ahead
with the plana for 11 new building
on his own lot. Thcso havo been
completed and aro on view at
Cecil Brown's office, where ton
dors will bo received for putting
up the building. -
According to tho architects'
plans tho building will be of
brick, with ornamental stono
and iron front. It will front
about 9G feet on Fort Btreot
and have a uniform depth
of 70 foot, and bo two stories
in height. Thoro will bo no
basement in the building, but the
foundations will go down to the
Tho buildiuc; is desicuod for
stores only nnd thoro will bo three
of them, oach 30 foot 8 inches
wide and GS feet in dopth. Tho
entire front df tho first floor will
bo of iron and glasB, affording ujl
tho light possible. Tho front of
the second story will be of Hawai
ian stono, handsomely trimmed,
nnd surmounted by a heavy stono
cornice with semiciroular contro
extending to considerable hoight.
Thoiothor Avails will bo of brick. ,
Each of tho three stores will bo,,
provided with soparato light,,,
wolls, elevator shafts, stair-7J
ways, closets and lavatories;,
tho stairways in oach instaucoM,
being iu tho rear. All tho stoics i,
will have modoru recess doors,
Qvory inch of availablo front u
spaco being taken up with plate it
glass windows. ,t
The building will occupy the
entire space between Wichnion's
jewelry store and tho, Qdd Fellows' v
building, and its, completion will,,
be hurried. No bids have yotij
been received on tho work, but it,
will cost iu tho neighborhood pf
twonty-fivo thousand dollars. Tho.0
building will1 sot back' about oight
feet from tho lino of the old, build
ings to conform 'with tho Act o
the last -Loglslaturo ahthorusingT?
the widening of Fort; street, all 1
matters "concerning dumagos hav
ing boon sottlod batwoon tho
government and Mr. Gainpbell. "
s The UlKht Utnirer.
1 D:, H., Hitohcook, in a letter to
the Hawaii Horal, Bays: '
. Our "Hawaiian' ginger"lis absav
lutoly worthless T belieye, "as i '
marketable artiolo. , Tho Ohineso,'
ginger, is, however, a very dif-?-foront
artiolo iand is what is want-.
pd. Thfa grows readily and hot
to bp corofully cultivated 'auil
yiolds a large amount of groen
rootfto tho aero and, if proporly1
cured, would moke a profitable
addition to our agricultural pro-?
ducts. But tliero will always bo,'
tho v temptation, to adultorate it
witb'tmr worthless wild gingor.
A to Cable Landing Illichl
Washington? D, C,
Tho Senato Foreign
Lommittoo today favorably ro-;
ported a.bill assorting that tho
shoro.end of any now subniariuo
tolographio cablo which shall bot
ErotQctodin any foreign country j
v exclusive land rifVhtH or nthnrt
- ... . ...
special privileges shall not bo por-) .
muted to land in this country
without tho consont of Congress,
, A4.,' rfrfcl tTiilflUM &