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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Loss of Strength
The testimony of Mr. It.
Dennis, Adelaide, South Aus
tralia, who -was cured by Ayer's
BArsaparilla, is like unto that of
many thousands of others. He
"It is with very much pleasure
that I testify to tlio great benefit I
received from using your wonderful
blood-purifier. 1 was a sufferer for
years from indigestion, los of
strength and appetite, and constipa
tion. My wholo system 6eeined to
bo thoroughly out of order. Afrlcnd
finally told mo to take Ayer's Sarsa
parilla. I followed ills advice, though
feeling discouraged at the fruitless
results of other treatment, and I am
thankful to sialo that a few bottles
completely cuied me."
The medicino that has cured
others will cure you.
Bewaub of Imltatloni. The namn Ayer
SarsAparllla Is prominent on tbe wrapper
and blown in tho glau of each bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
Situated1 on a Beautiful Uillsiclo Overlook
ing the Ocean, nnd 1300 feot
above Sea Level.
Only 24 honra' snil from Ilonolnln.
Climate mild, e'enr dry atmosphere, free
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for qniot and rest as well as for amuse
ment and outdoor lifo. Hates $2 per day
or $10 per week. Medical attendnnco extra,
DB. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325 tf Kona. Hawaii.
The Residence of E. 11. Hendry, corner
Klnan and Pensacola streets. House con
tains Eight Rooms and has all the modern
conveniences. Largo grounds, Tel. 301,
Corner of Lunalilo and Pensacola streets,
Fire Lots, 76 feet ly 125 feet eaoh. The
most desirable residance property for sale
on the plains. For terms apply to
MRS. E K. rtHNDRY,
48C-U Telephone 301.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movoment,"
Paths. Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
P. 8. KFXLOGQ, M. D
Telephone C39. Superintendent.
Kawaihau Quintette Club
All orders for Dance Music, Picnics.
Luaus, Receptions, etc, etc., will be filled
at shott notice,
UtT Leave "orders at Wall, Nlohols Co.
or with P. Silva at W. 0. Acid's office. Ring
up Telephone No, 834, 517-Gm
During my nbeenc from the Ha
waiian Inlands, Mr, Charles A. Rice
will bnvo full nhargo of the business
of the Wfllalao Dalrv nnd Ranoli.
Honolulu, Feb. 5, 1897. 62l-2w
A NEW WORLD'S RECORD
MKiicrivr Hoviih's tkii'.nkaki.y
auoi'M) im: wnut.ii.
Fortunate In ,11 nk I lie All Knllrond mill
Iiavlnc tn Walt.
Detective John Eocho of Syd
noy, Australia, in pursuing Butler,
established-a now record for fast
travel between Sydney, N. S. W.f
and San Francisco, by way of
Moibourno, Australia; Adelaide,
Australia; Colombo, island of
Coylon; Port Said, Suez Canalfr
Naples, Italy;' Paris, France;
Calais, France; Dover, England;
London, England; Liverpool,
England; Queenstown, Ireland;
Now York, Jersey City, Washing
ton and Chicago.
He was fortunate in making all
his railroad and steamship con
nections without having to wait.
He made tho trip in 49 days, 1G
hours and 15 minutes. The best
previous record was two days
longer than this. He left 8ydney
on December 7 at 5:30 p.nii Ho
arrived in San Francisco on
January 2G at 9:45 a. "to.
Had it not beon necessary for
him to go out of his way to visit
Washington and thoroby lose
three hours ho would have arrived
hero thirteon hours earlier, as ho
could easily have got tho fast train
from Chicago that reached here
Monday at 8:45 p. m., whoreas tho
slower train did not got here until
Tuesday at 9:45 a.m.
He traveled byirain from Syd
ney to Melbourne, and thenco by
train again to Adelaide, where he
arrived just in time to catch tho
Royal Mail steamer Austral, which
sailed at noon on December 9 for
Naples, Italy. The Austral, by
tho way, is the big steamship that
wont down in Sydney harbor
in 1892 and was raised. For four
teen days and fourteen nights tho
great vessel steamed across the
trackless ocean before she once
halted, and then she had gono on
ly half .her journey to Nuples.
That first stop was at Colombo, on
the island of Cevlon, and it was
made two days boforo Christmas.
On January 3 the Austral stopped
again. This timo at Port Said,
on the Suez canal, to take on coal,
after steaming night and day for
nearly a month. Christmas and
New Ytfar had been spent some
where on tho Indian Ocean.
Up through tho Suez canal and
across tho Mediterranean Sea tho
big Austral plowed her course.
On January 7, at 9 a.m., she land
ed at Naples.
Eocho took the train thenco to
Paris, whoro ho arrived at G a. m.
two days afterward. The samo
day ho went by train to Calais, ar
riving there at 3:30 p. m., and go
ing at once on tho boat bound
across the ohannol for Dover,
England. He reached London at
7 o'clock that same evening.
It wbb Saturday, and ho oould
not seo tho government officers to
obtain tho extradition warrants
until (ho following Monday. But
that mattered little, for the next
steamer for New York would not
leave Liverpool until Wednesday,
as the last hod sailed from Liver
pool at noon that very day, ten
minutes before ho left Paris.
On Wednesday, January 13, ho
loft London on the passengor spe
cial for Liverpool. Four hourB
later arrived at Liverpool, just a
half hour beforo tho Teutonic
sailed at 3 p. m. for Now York.
At midnight tho Teutonic stopped
at Queonstown, Ireland. But tho
mails from Dublin for America
wore late and tho stoamer had to
Roche, whilo at Queonstown,
was within soventy miles of tho
homo of his boyhood, of his aged
parents, whom ho had not soon
sinco ho left Australia seventeen
years boforo, and yet ho dared not
toko chances of arriving hero too
lato to oxtradito Butler. Then ho
did not know that Dotoctivo Mc-
Hattio had como to and was oven
then in San Francisco.
I?' . "" ?.T:7 " &
Filial Htait nart mndo for Atncrien.
On January 20 at 5 p. in. t li -
Teutonic landed at Nt-w Yoik
The next morning Hoc ho left for
Washington, urriiuued for tho ox
tradition papors nftor 3 p. in. and
on to Chicago at 7:10 that night.
The next night ho niriid nt
Chicago at 9 o'clock. -Titi fabi
train had left at G. Ho took the
noxt train at 11:30 and came
straight through to this City in
three days and a half.
He left Sydney fourteen days
after Butlor loft Newcastle on tho
Swanhilda, and ho beat him hero
a whole week after almost circling
the globe. Snn Frnncisco Call.
m m i !
Will Bnonch Pur Offer to Induce
Bobert W. Wilcox, who has
lived in Italy and knows much of
tho characteristics of its people,
was mot this morning ond as
usual had something of interest to
say on public affairs. Ho asked
if it was likely that European im
migration would bo obtained for
plantation labor, or was the Gov
ernment going to contiuno the
importation of Asiatics.
Mr. Wilcox was asked in roturn
if the Italians, whom O. A.
Spreckels had declared from
what ho know of them in LoniBi
ana desirable labor for Hawaii,
would como here for tho wages
provailing nt present, yl5 to 18.
Ho doubted if they would como
undor the contract system at such
ratoB, as ho understood they were
getting as high as S2G in Louisiana.
However, ho understood that the
planters were considering the
idea of (jotting European luinik
grants" Without contracts so as to
overcome the argument on that
score ngainst annexation in tho
As to tho qualities of the Ita
lians as Inborors, Mr. Wilcox cor
roborated tho opinion of Captain
D'Albertis, of tho Italian navy
resorvo, given to himsolf and the
reporter in Honolulu last August.
This is that the people of tho
northern provinces are steady, in
dustrious aud thrifty. It is in tho
sunny south of Italy that you
And the idle, careless and impro
vident classes, from which tho
nrmy of mendicants and loafers is
Hotting Association Mecta.
At tho meeting of dolegates to
tho Hawaiian Bowing Association
hold on Saturdny afternoon in A.
G. M. Robertson's offices, it was
decided that the championship
races should tako place next Sep
torabor, on a day to bo decided at
tho regular annual mooting of the
association in July. It was also
decided that tho races should be
rowed ovor tho Pearl City course.
The date selected will be oither a
few days beforo or after regatta
day, which occurs on tho third
Saturday in September, so that
ono course of training only will
bo needed for thoso participating
in all the events.
At Kiiiuin Square.
Following iB tho program for
this oveuing's band concert at
Emma square, which commences
March-La Fletta Honcovleri
Overture Macsnicllo , Attber
Cborus Tannuatiter Winner
Mcdlej In Gay New York (new)..,.l)e Witt
CoruUSolo-Tlie Puttie Bugler. Welieenliorn
Mr. Cbarles Kreutcr.
Waltz Manolo Waldteufel
Cornet Duct Two Lovers Ulrlch
Mazurka-In Sim and Satin , Fault
Gus Sohuraau has just received
a consignment of Burreys, bug
gies and road wagons, also a full
assortment of buggy and surroy
harnoBs. all now aud nrstolass,
best inako and material. These
goods aro for sale at a very low
figure and can be inspected nt tho
Club Stables, Fort street. Mr.
Schuman makes a speoialty of
Fmo handmado surrey and buggy
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
coMmiAnoN ov mMtciiAMtiHt:
orAtNiJi-(t"i corfpinm.il if
t'ormrr DrrUliui t Nliprrrur I oiirl
t'ptli'l.tMoll!i Inr Itoilt In
A uniuihnotiH opinion of tho
Supreme Court, propared by
Justice Whiting, has been
reinleied in the cusu of Jnmos B.
Castle, Collector Uonornl of Cus
to'ms, vs. One Hundred and Seventy-Four
Cases of Craokors, Four
Hundred nnd Eighty TitiB of
Opium and Eight Cases containing
tho same. It camo up on tho ap
peal of tho Washington Feed
Company from a dooroo of tho
First Citouit Judge in Admiralty.
The appeal was on the following
"1. That uudor tho statute,
Chap. 7, Sec. 3, Laws of 188G,
only tho eight cases containing
tho opium cau bo confiscated, and
not tho remainder of tho invoice.
"2. Thnt Louden, the claimant
and importer, is innocent and was
ignorant of auy opium boiug in
the invoice, und thoreforo that
ignorance or miatnko of fact is in
all cases of supposed offense n
Tlw statute governing such
cases is quoted by tho Court: "If
any goods or articles, prohibited
from being imported by any pri
vato persons, shall be found in
any ship-within tho limits of any
poit of tftis kiugdom, bucIi goods
nrirl nrtlnlna nml llinnnnl'nnna n.
L taming the same, and all morohau-
ttist) ur pun oi uio invoico in
which such goods were imported,
shall be foifoited."
Tho Court holds that tho statute
has a broader meaning than that
contended for by the claimant. It
also quotes tho decision in Clog
horn vh. Opium Pills, whoro it ib
"Iho language of tho law is
plain and unamoiguous; it is per
emptory; it is only cnpablo of ono
construction, viz.: thnt the articles
in this, case opium pills and the
packages containing tho samo
shall bo forfeited, also all tho ro
raaindor of tho merchnndiso in tho
invoico in which the articles and
goods were importod shall also be
forfeited. This is tho law as wo
find it on tho statu to books; and wo
cannot legislato or vary tho law."
In that caso also, the Court do
cided that thoinnoconco of the im
porter did not proveut tho forfeit
ure, although the innocent im
porter was punished for tho mis
deeds of the guilty consignor.
"The appeal of claimant is dis
missed," tho present opinion con
cludes, "and tho deoroe of confis
cation is affirmed."
W. O.Smith, Attorney-Genornl,
for petitioner; Thurston & Stanley
In tho matter of the bankruptcy
of M.S. Lovy, W.R. Caatle, at
torney for tho Troglonn estato, has
filed a notico to H. Lose, assignee
in bankruptcy; T H. DavioB &
Co., mortgagees, and H. W.
Sohmidt & Sons, that he will to
morrow movo for an order to pay
At this forenoon's sitting of tho
Circuit Court bofoio Judge Carter,
only one witness was examined in
tho Dimond divorco caso. The
timo was largoly occupied in read
ing depositions of absent witnoia-
A docreo wob granted in the
Aloxaudre divorce caso on Satur
day. John F. Colburn, assignee, vs.
C. W. Spitz, assumpsit, is on trial
beforo Judgo Porry by the follow
ing mixed jury: A. E. Woirick,
O. Phillips, M. Smith, Thos. Wall,
H. M. von Holt, C. W. Dickey, J.
N. K.Koola, W.B. Jones, J. W.
Alcana, A. Bishaw, M, K. Kooho
kalolo and E. S. Holt. Oreighton
& Gorrea for plaintiff; Robertson
King Bros, havo just filled an
ordor for 200 colored Hawaiian
photos for a party in America.
A CAIIIN I'fllt IIIITI.KH.
It Hill lie Npoi'Iully f!nutriiclnl nf
Iohi. Mx.liiih IMniiklnc
When Butlor or Wellor or
Ashe or whatever his nnme is
comes down on tho Alaincdu ho
will havo a specially coustiucted
cabin all to himself. Arrange
ments wero mndo to build ono on
tho Monowai in a hurry in cnro
the extradition proeeetliugH rauio
to an end in time for the tletec
fives to take passago on that ves
sel, and similaroncs will piobably
bo made on the Alameda.
When the detectives visiti d tho
Monowai the forward 'tween
decks wero measured. It was
found possible to build n room
largo and comfortable enough to
accoramodato Butler, aud should
he have been extradited the quar
ters, walled by heavy six-inch
planking, wero to bo put up in
less than six hours. Tho apace
reserved for tho cago is the space
usually givon Up to blooded stock
sent from America to Australia,
and vico versa.
Butler will bo provided with a
comfortable bed, and will live on
the best tho ship provides during
his voyage to tho Antipodes, but
ho will be watched night and day
by the detjetives and will probab
ly bo kopt in irons tho entiro tiip.
Poller Court JIntlrrN.
In the Dirttriet Court this morn
iug Kimo Uwea wns fined 85 and
cortts on n pleu of guilty of aMiult
and batleiy onjuiothor nativo.
Lapola, charged with violating
tho carriage regulations, had his
caso postponed until toraoriow.
Apaun, opium in possession,
was uollo pros.'d nnd Ah Nui's
trial for the same offouso set for
Tho trial of H. Horn, a Gorman
sailor, for assaulting a Japanese
named Najuta on Saturday night,
resulted in hip dismissal.
Tho caso of Hermann fiutzko
for assoult and battery on J.Barry
wbb nollo pros.'d.
Ah Tai No. 1 and Ah Tai No. 2,
both charged with assault and
battery, will hnvo their trial on
iitoriuntlou lor Tourists.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
steamer was mot on tho dock by
a Milesiau Amorican friond, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to havo tho nowcomor's
gripsack scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
at tho gato tho stranger remarked
to his friond "Do you 'avo much
rain 'ero ? " Rainier me boy,
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon whoro they keep
it always, clear an'd cool. We'll
just bo in time for lunch too and
that's tho only place in town
whoro thoy servo it up in propor
stylo with a glass of Rainieu
Beer to oquilibrializo tho solids
It Ha FroTfd l'oiiulnr.
Tho 10c. counter sale at tho
Tomplo of Fashion has proved
vory popular, as crowds of ladies
are calling daily. None of tho
ladies go away empty handed.
Whon they eoo dress goods that
wero formerly Bold ut 25c. reduced
to 10c, thoy can not resist tho
temptation, and as ono lady re
marked, "I feel just as if I was
losing a real bargain, unless get
some of the elegant dress goods
that are soiling at$l for 10 yards,"
There aro other articles on this
10a. table that will surpriso you.
Call early and get first choice.
m m i
Thcro is butter and there is
buttor but thoro iB no buttor that
arrives in Honolulu so sweet and
fresh as the Mikilua and Waianao
Buttor. Its rapid transit by roil
direct from tho dairy to tho Pola
ma Grocery's large ico box bo
conveniently situated opposito tho
railway depot enables ub to
handlo it to tho best udvantago.
No wonder wo aro doing euch a
largo buttor business, when wo
aro soiling this lino buttor nt 35c.
por lb. Palama Grocory, oppo
bUb Railway Depot, King stroot,
4 tl'AIKI.Ii; VS. HtMMIIAS.
C'lniilnrN liMird lij tin- Aiiiirxntlou
t'lnb taiinr Much IlikCiKkloii,
Theio iB a good deal of discus
sion going on nmong the better
clnss of natives on tho annexation
problem nnd the danger of the ul
timate absorption of Hawaii by
Japan. This Iihb no doubt been
cnuwl by tho publication of a.
four pnt pimphlot in Hawaiian
outitlt'il ' l'hu Sahatiou aud Future
of the Hawaiian Race," signed by
William C. Achi, C. L Hopkins,
John Lot Kaulukou anil Joseph
.M. J'oepoo, dated Jauuarj 22,1697.
The iminnhlot in ilAvntnrl tn n
discussion of tho evils of Japa
nese immigration. It contnius an
extract from n recent decision of
Chief Justice Judd construing the
treaty rights of the Japanese un
der which a number of students
and others wero allowed to land
in 8t)ito of the allowing mndo Hint
the !?50 shown by each on lauding
did not belong to thorn, nnd
presents nrguments assorting that
tho only hope of preserving tho
inteuritv of tho Hawaiian rurm in
future lies in anuoxatiou to the
Tho Annexation Club has had
a largo number of these ciiculnis
printed, and thoy aro being sout
to overy district in the islands.
Iliiiiilsiinie nnd ('oiiicnloiil CiMiuIrr
hi tin rriwiftiirj.
Counters having been placed in
tho Finance OHicp, pooplo having
business there aro now admitted.
Thoy formerly had to stand out
on the yorauda and deal -with tfie.
registrar and dorks through a
wicket. Tho counters are hand
some articles in tho form of a
hollow square, and aro to be fitted
with brass rails on ono side, bo
as to retain tho top superficies for
tho officials, and, on the other -tide,
bo as to givo all tho writing space
to tho public. Tho middle section
has a brasB screen with wiokot for
mutual transactions between
thoso on tho iusido and
those on tho outsido. It 'is a
more businesslike as well ns con
venient nu arrangement than tho
previous adaptation of the old
timo blue room of tho palace. W.
Ingato Balls is tho builder of the
counters, which are of whito cedar
with koa top and trimmings. The
Interior Office is havo a similar
improvement for itB public busi
ness. IT IH.KW IIAKU.
Ptuiiiii Vnllry Iti.ad lladl
Editor Bulletin : I havo beon
going to Bea for 30 yoars. I havo
pomporos and kouas. But nono
of tbom could como noar tho velo
city of tho storm that blow down
Pauoa valley Thursday night. It
blow that hard that had not tho
taro patches beon full of water, it
would havo blown tho taro into
Honolulu, bo that tho people
wouiU'tninK tno city was showed.
I thought I Would havo to got up
and let both anchors
was my surprise in tho morning;
but to find ruts so deep cut in tho
road that no man, woman or child
could como down town without
accident. Send us somo of that
whiurock up. It will Btand the
wind hotter. E. B, Leu.
A Flue Hnrrejr.
Gus Schuman Iibs received
from tho Coast ono of the finest
Burroys ovor imported to this
country. It wbb manufactured
by tho colobratod Columbus Bug
gy Company, and is ,a beauty.
Anyone desiring a nice double
turnout will do well to inspect
this vohiolo. It is largo aud
roomy, just tho thing for family
Liver nnd bologna sausage, head
cheese and othor moat delicacies
aro always to bo found fresh aud
oloan at tho Coutral Meat
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