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Vol. III. Np. 541.
HONOLULU,. H. I., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1897.
Prick 5 Cents,
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DULLC. 1 UN
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day excopt Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywh.-ry In the Ha
waiian Jslundb 3 78
Per Year. 3 00
Per Year, postpaid to Amotion,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, poatpaid, Other Foreign
Conn trios 13 00
Pnynblo Invariably !n Advance
Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Read what Aycr'3 Sarsaparllla did
for tho Rov. Z. P. Wilds, a well
known city missionary in How York
and brother of tho lato eminent
"I was for many years a sufferer
from boils and olhur eruptions of a
liko nnturo, caused by tho impover
ished state of my blood. My appe
tite was poor and my systena good
deal run down. Knowing tho valuo
of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, by observa
tion of tho good it had donu to others,
I began taking it. My
almost from tho first doso ; then my
general health improved, and now it
is excellent. I feel a hundred per
cent, stronger, nnd I attribute this
result to Ayer's Sarsaparllla, which
I recommend with all confidence ns
the best blood lncdlcino over
For nil disorders resulting from
poor or corrupted blood and general
AYER'S PILLS CURE BILIOUSNESS.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Atpinls for the Itopublio of Hawaii.
Real Estate Broker.
2My, Merchant Street.
FOR SALE and TO LET.
Honso on Horetnnia street, near l'ilkoi
street; 4 rooms, dining-room, kitchen, bath
roam and nn empty lot to kocp a horse.
Honso on School street; parlor, several
Ittdroomn, kitchen, pantry, outhouws and
stable formerly occupied by Hon. W. H,
IIouso on Itobello lane, I'alama, 3 bed
rooms, dining-room, kitchen, bathroom,
carriage houra nnd stable, largo yard.
Lot opposite Luualilo Homo; healthy and
Furnished Rooms; Property in all parts
of tho city.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER AND 8TOCK BKOKER
No. 45 Queen Btrcet.
Expert Appraisement of Heal
"NOTICE TO SINGERS.
All Members of Church Choirs and
Choral Organizations aro respectfully
invited to be present at tho High
School Building on Etnuia street,
TUESDAY EVEN NO, February
23, at 7.80 o'clock, for tbe purpose of
organizing a Choral Society.
J. W. YAItNDLEY,
537 5t Chorus Muster.
The Residence ot E. B. Hendry, corner
Kiuan ond Pensacola streets. House con
tains Eight Itooms and has all tho modern
eouveniences. Large grouuds. Tel, 301,
Corner of Lnnalilo and Pcnsaoola streets,
Five Lots, 75 feet by 125 feet euoh. The
most desirable residonco properly for sale
on the plains. For terniH apply to
M1W, H It. HKNDltY,
4"35-tf Tolephono 301.
MONEY FOR GOOD IDEAS
wotniN .iiAUt: i.irrr.i: foiiti'mn
IN M.tfl'l.r. WAVN.
l'.irr mill Citrittinnrd Triiniiltol In
to t'urrrnc) liy Active IlruliiM
mid t'levcr 1'liiKcm.
IIow luauy littlo nttrnctivo tri
flos nro imported to Honolulu
every holiday Bonsou,which "inko"
on sight nud contribute to tho ad
verse "balance of trade," although
equally "catchy" notions might bo
made rit home say, by the iudus
trious women connected with tho
Woman's Exohaugo? An exchango
givoB the following account of for
tunes made out of unconsidered
"nothings," which tho Bulletin
in reprinting hopes may stimulate
Hawaiian ingenuity and promote
the turning of many an houost
Fortuues aro mudo in many pecu
liar wayB nowadays, and women
make them as well ns men. One
woman, by a lucky chanco, made a
fortune out of a butterfly two
winters ago; another woman, hard
ly less fortunate, made her fortune
out of an eggshell and a bottle of
:t. i2:n "ii i . ..
iuk. k-iiiii nuuiuui ciuvur woman i
evolved a suburban homo, a trip j
to Europo and various other plea- j
sunt iniugs one ot a piece oL j el
low felt, a bit of silesia, and a cir
cle of strong cardboard. These
things do not happen ovory day,
but they do happen once in a
while, and right hoio in Chicago,
although ueithor the butterfly nor
the eggshell fortunes began hero.
Tho butterfly wbb made of pa
per, and tho woman who was in
spired to make it did so purely as
n bit of pleasant fancy work. She
wanted something new to hang
upon the curtains in her parlor.
The result was so pretty that sho
offered it for sale at a fancy store.
Everybody who saw that butter
fly admired it and wanted a
similar insect. The woman who
hnd made it applied for a patent,
lured assistants, and stnrteu in to
make minorities for tho Christ- !
mas trado. "Whon tho now year
camo in elio had sovoral thousands
or (louHis to nor credit. UL the
army of imitators who all wanted
to nmko buttorilies, too, some
mado considerable sums of mouoy
out of articles us nearly like tho
original as possiblo. The gay
littlo inseots, altered and varied in
countless ways, are in tho market
still, and they Bell well, too. Tho
woman to whoso credit thoy
should be placed only realized a
small sharo of the profit which
should have boon hers, tho up-plied-for
and she has nover mado auothor
articlo which charmed tho popu
lar fancy in this way. But tho
butterfly, while the fad lasted,
was a brilliant success.
Tho eggshell idea waB evolved
into a email doll, with tho painted
sholl for a face, and a dainty csrp
for a sotting. So taking was the
littlo oddity that its makor ex
perimented further, and curates,
grandmothers, babios, clowns, all
uiauuor of capped and bonneted
creations were added to tho first
eggshell trifle. Afterward they
woro improved upon and turned
into pen wipors, jewel cases, pin
cushions and countless other
small articles of fancy work. Tho
idea spread, fashion took it up
and tho eggshell dolls woro iin-
monsoly popular. As in tho but J
tortly caBO, the originator of thorn
received but a email share of the
money which sho should havo
dono, but Bho earned a small
fortune, nevertheless and enjoyed
tho making of it. Tho eggshapo
doll afterward passed into tho
brownie doll, but it was tho same
old idea. It is still to bo soon
constantly in the fancy stores,
and bids fair to last for years.
This brilliant idea was tho rosult
of a mero accident also.
The yollow silesia, folt, and
cardboard mado tho sunflowers
whioh woro so -popular eonio five
yoars ago. Every storo in town
was flooded with them for months,
and tho lucky inventor of them
made a plqaeuut sum of money.
Tho bunliouui'4 did not lant ns
long aa either of the oilinr articles
in ritioncd, I ut they made several
wmtu-ii comfortably rich for a
SPiiBou or two. In this case the
originator of the idea nmdo a fair
profit, dettpito her iniiuaora and
tho fact that tho flowers were un
patented. Nor woro those instances tho
only oxamples of tlioir kind.
Right at tho present moment a
down East wotunn is getting riuh
with tho proceeds of the conntloes
"brownie" article, which sho
places on tho market. So woll
has she dono that she is able to
havo tho various littlo appliances
manufactured at wholesale, nud
her goods are absolutely perfect.
Every article, however small, is
protected by a patout as fait as it
appears, and this one woman sup
plies nearly every fauoy store in
New York and Chicago, to say
nothing of tho exchanges for
women's work in theee and sever
al other largo cities, with her
fancies in this lino. Thoy all sell
woll and rapidly, and thoir muker
is fast growing rich.
tin: :a.iiim:i:i.i, hi.ook.
Trail llitrrlmiil In (tin I.llciiy ('mi.
Iructitr Till 'I line.
Bids for tho erection of tho new
two-story building on Fort street
for James Campbell were opened
yesterday and tho award was
made this morning. E. 1S.
Thomas was tho lowest bidder
nm Peter High tho highest, but
Fred Harrison wns tho ono select
ed to do tho work. Tho bids put
in are given below:
E. B. Thomas 61(5,700 00
J. F. Bowler 17,43-1 00
Patzig & Mutch 18,000 00
Fred Harrison 10,000 00
Arthur Harrison '20,000 00
F. Redwnvd : . . 22,(575 00
G. W. Lincoln 2-1,200 00
Peter High 21,550 00
roi.ici: uouitr ..iiaitkus.
ri-rnll.ir l)ticliiliieiiU In u I'ortu
t;ntMo I.iirc-11- Cave.
In the polige court yostorday
aflernoou tho larceny case againBt
Maty Estrolla, a Portuguese girl
formerly in tho employ ot Mrs.
Win. Larson, who wns accused of
abstracting 620 from the purse ot
her employer, was dismissed on
motion of defendant's counsel
after the testimony of tho prosecu
tion was all in. .Miss Santos, or
Minnio AVeir as sho ia sometimes
known, gavo tflstimony iu ttto cuso
of Buoh a uattiro that sho uia ar
rested and churged with the
offense" whilo tho other girl wag
Puhoa and Kauai, two native
vagrants, woro given six mouths
oach, and four others who plead
ed guilty of a similar offonso', had
their eonteneea suspended.
At this morning's session a
couple of drunks were given tho
Tho charges of assault and bat
tery against B.Joy and lurcony
against Kamolia Holt woro both
The Imluuco of tho session was
taken up with tho examination of
Moepono on achnrgoof auborniug
witnosBos and tho case is still on.
Yesterdoy was tho opening day
of tho big laco salo at Jordan's
No. 10 Fort stroot storo. To cloar
out his immonso Btock n roduction
of 75 per cont. was mado through
out. That tho ladies appreciated
Mr. Jordau'e effort is ovincod
from tho fact that one third of
tho entiro stook was disposed of
yesterday. "When laces that
formerly sold at ono dollar tho
yard aro reduced to 25c. it is
quite natural that thoy would
soon sell. Goods that sold for
50o. aro reducod to 5o. and lOo.
This salo will oontinuo for Hub
week only. If you want a real
bona fide bargain drop in aud in
spect this stook of luces and you
won't go away without rauking a
MORE ABOUT BASEBALL
AI'sritAI.I N HAM. TOSS i: IIS MII.I.
in: wi:iti: i- iriAitcii.
XnllilniC lliino 'r.iurl I4ctllns I l
(innic .Hero- rlio Aiclltlinii
Tho interview with a prominent
local bull' player givon iu yester
day's linburm has been general
ly endorsed by players and pro
minent patrons of the game alike,
and it is'tho gouoral opinion that
tho HawaiianBuscball Association
aud tho delegates pf tho various
clubs should get down to business
and do their part toward mqking
this season a successful ono. It
would seom that pecuniary
interests alone would impol them
to tako evory means to mnko tho
season a success and yet so fnr
nothing has beau done.
Here is a matter in point. Pre
sident Hart of the Chicago League
Baseball Club has publicly an
nounced in thu press of tho United
States that a team of Aus
tralian basnbafl playeis will
sail from Sydney by tho March
boat for San Francisco. Thoy
nre to bo under tho management
of Harry Musgrovo, who success
fully managed the Aubtiuiinu
cricketers on their trip around
tho globe last year, and want to
play games with clubs throughout
the United States. Their inten
tion is to mnko a tour of tho
world. Mr. Musgrovo is already
in tho States making dittos for his
fenm, and passed through this
city on the Alameda.
. The March boat from tho
Colonies is tho Monowni, duo
liGto on April 1. Tho ball play
ers will bo here in nil prob
ability a full day or in
any evont long enough to givo
an exhibition game, of which
thoy would bo only too glud to
tako advantage for a littlo prac
tise. If those who havo tho mau
agemeut of baseball matters horo
wore alivo to their own interests
thoy would havo arranged for a
gamo with tho Australians, and
it io not yet too lato to do so. A
ball game between tho nine from
tho Antipodes and a team com
posed oE tho strongest players iu
our own clubs would iill ovory
nook and cranny of tho Recrea
tion grounds and bo a big finan
cial success, and yot tho Bulletin
doubts if it has oven boon thought
of by tho local managors. If a
little more outerprisoand business
mauagnmuut was iujectod iuto
local baseball matlors there would
no longer be any question nbout
baseball being a paying institu
tion. Tho Bulletin will have
moro to Bay on this subject later
Hawaiian U.Buird, Pittsburg,
Pa.; ThoB. Cartor. E. E. Rottar,
A. E. Kaesor, San Francisco; Mrs.
O. M. Fairohild, Gainesville,
Texas; Miss Beesldy, Fort Worth,
Texas; S. E. Laidley, Syduoy,
Australia; II. A. Greono, Mon
toroy7 Col.; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L.
Daughorty, U. S, A.; J. W.
Mason, Olaa; Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
T. Myors, Portland, Or.; Guy S.
Warron, Thos. B. Warren, St.
Louis, Mo.; A. C. Protor and
wife, J. T. Werrin, W. T. Werrin,
Miss A. Piorco, Virginia City,
Nev.; W. Robbins, Now York;
Mrs. Walkor. Mrs. Hitohcook,
Miss Donnolloy, Miss Thorne,
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. R. Thome,
Chicago; Thos. Williams, Phila
delphia; H.T. Cleavor, Reading,
Pa.; G. P. Rausom.Plnttsburg, N.
Arlington W. Goodalo, Pa
paikou; Frank It. Cloyton, Wm.
E. Ulook, San Francisco; Dr.
Haboror, Germany; Mrs. Kahl
bauin, Kauai; Dr. Guppoy, Ewa;
F. Halstoad, Waialua.
Iinjnonso clenranco salo of
Yalonoionnos laces at tho Tomple
of FnBhion this wook.
,tnitr,x :n.M: di:ai.
KxIitm Snilili-uly nn iiiinini Kirrel
from Henri lllaruar.
Warren Goodale, lately residing
at Popaikon, Hawaii, and ono of
tho best known of the older resi
dents of these islands, expired sud
denly on the comer ot Nuuauu
and Kuakiui streets whilo waiting
for a street car last night.
Tho deceased had been Hpeiid
ing the evnuiug nt the
'residence ot P. O. Jones, hav
ing como down from ilawnii ex
prossly to bo present at tho re
uniou of tho Hawaiian Sjoiety,
Sous of tho Ainoriunu Revolution,
but loft to return to his hotel as
soon ns tho litornry program
had finished. As ho was
standing on thu corner waiting
for the car ho was boou by Oluf
Soron8on to suddenly reel nud
fall to tho ground. Tho car had
como along by this time aud the
driver went to Mr. Jones' houso
for -asHiatauce. Drs. Wood aud
Pratt, with Mr. Joues, at once left
the houso nud romoved tho tin
fortunate man to the residence
ot Chief Justice Judd, where a
medical examination showed that
lifo was oxtiuct. Ho had died
Htiddonly and without warning.
Tho body was afterward taken in
charge by Undortnkor II. H. Wil
liams for etnbnlming.
Mr. Goodalo had lieen a resi
dent of theso islands for nearly
fifty yoars. Ho was a native ot
Marlborough, Moss., and was horn
-lul 2, 1H2(. ' While ou a visit to
tho United States during the
war ho raised a compuuy of
volunteers iu his ntitivo
Stato aud took part iu the
closing scones nbout Richmond.
Ho wns by profession a survoyor.
Iu 1819 ho wns appointed Mar
shal of tho Kingdom by Kameha
moha 111. and ns such had chargo
of the old fort, but did not (hold
tho office long. Aftor his re
turn from tho United States
at tho oloso of tho war ho
was mado Collector - Gonoral of
Customs, whioh ollico ho filled' ac
ceptably for a number of yoars.
Ho was an old aud esteemed mem
bor of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F.
aud A. M., tho G. A. It., Sous of
the American Revolution, tho
Historical and other societies, aud
was highly esteemed by thoso who
know him. Somo yoars ago Mr.
Goodalo was bookkeeper for a
plantation ou Maui, but failing
health caused him to resign aud
tako a tour abroad. After liis ro
turn ho went to livo with his sou,
W. W. Goodalo, manager of tho
Onoraea Sugar Co, at Papaikou.
Mr. Goodalo wob married about
1851 to Miss Ellon R. Warron of
Massachusetts. They had three
soub aud two daughters, viz. : W.
W., named above; Charles W.
and David, of Butte, Montana, and
Mary E. nnd Ellen, of Massa
chusetts. Mrs. Goodalo died
about 35 years ago.
Tho fuueral will take place to
morrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock
from Central Union church to
Nuuanu cemotory. Tho body
will bu taken in charge of tho
Froo Masons at tho church. Tho
Government has toudored tho sor
vicos of tho baud aud an OBCort
of police. At the cemetery tho
body will be placed in .tho re
ceiving vault, until instructions
nro received for its final disposi
tion from Mr. W. W. Goodale,
who is expocted iu town by tho
roturn of thu Kiuau thut sailed
for Hawaii this morning.
SPANIARDS HIGHLY KXCITEU.
The Londo cable item today has the
following: "The Cuban resolutions in
the United States Senate would be re
garded here as a little more than a
useful safety valve for the jingo sent
iment did not tho Madrid telegrams
show the highly inflammable state ot
the SpanlRh populace. It suggests that
they drink Ilalnlcr Beer and keep cool.
On tap or In bottles nt tho Criterion.
That picture- in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much attontion is not tho portrait
ot nuyouo here.
King Bros, havo justrecoived a
now lot of tissue paper, window
poles, sash rods, artists' materials,
picture frames, oto.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
1 uiNisii.it ok ivri:itnH to show
'i'si: i Tjnti:t: uk.
Work ol Hie I'nrrlsti Jurj Jmlziiiriit
In r-Jri'lmriii Sen !nn
J.u.lgm-nt has been cute-rod in
the jury waived ejectment case ot
James 1. Dowuutt ami othota vs.
Knuoho aud others, for 12,000
square feet of laud at Kaknako,
with costs of 650 but no dniunges.
Plaintiffs had claimed S2000
damages fon wrongful occupa
tion. J. F. Colburn bus filed a dis
continuance of assumpsit suit
against C. W. Spitz.
Judgo Perry Iihh xiguod e, de
cree granting Minnio Schuman
a divorce against E. G. Schuman,
with 6500 alimony, 6250 for tho
child, 650 as attorney's foe and
650 a month, further, for the sup
port of tho child. Tho mother to
havo custody of tho child until
she bo old onougu to go to school,
aud then tlio father to havo tho
right to send hor abroad for edu
cation. Judge Cartor grauted an alter
native writ of mandamus, at tho
suit oF .1. F. Hnekfeld, command
ing tho Minister ot the Interior to
file tho incorporation pupors ot
tho Ouhu Sugar Company iu his
office, or to show cause to tho con
trary within three duya after tho
service of tho order. Tho order
was duly served today.
Houry HolmeB, trustee, has en
tered an assumpsit suit against
Irouo li brown aud C. A. Brown,
for 82000 upon a promissory note,
with interest thoroou from May 1,
lS'JO, nt 7 per cont, also for 61155
interest ou oight promissory notes
of the foregoing date. Tho suni
monB is for tho May term of tho
Tho jury in tho caso of 0. J.
Shorwood, unlawful liquor soiling,
returned a verdict ot guilty, threo
jurora dissenting. Notico of uio
.tiou for now trial was given.
Ah Sing is on trial before Judgo
Perry for conducting chu fa
gambliug, tho following jury bo
mg in tho box: O. O. Swain, H.
M. von Holt, Thomas Wall, A. E.
Woirick, O. It. Dement, G. Y. R.
King, W. It. Sims, F. J. Turner,
tl. E. Waity, W. .M. Temploton,
D. W. MeNieoll nud O. W.
Dickey. Dolo for prosecution;
Davis for dofouso.
Rebuttal by libellout,has been
reached iu tho Diinond divorco
case, this tho ninth day of trial.
i'lilnt-.o lii Kuro,e.
Chinese aro making thoir way
in largo numbers into European
countries, whoro thoy ongago for
farm labor. A correspondent of
the Country Gontloman writes
that coolies may now be found by
tho thousand in tho provinces of
Silesia, East Prussia, Posen ami
Poraorania, where thoy work for
20 conts n day.
A lady asked a naughty editor
how to make "not enough" out of
tho word "enough," aud ho told
her that it was dono by trans
posing the Iottors into words liko
this: Tako tho third, socoud ami
first of tho word "enough" for
tho first word, and tho sixth,
fourth nnd fifth for the second
word and yon havo two wohIb that
signify somothing that is not
ouough for any young lndy.
Jack (to friond on bioyoln).
'What's your hurry; aro you
racing for n train?'
Joo. 'No; I'm training for ti
Tho smallest known species of
hog is the pigmy bwiuo of Aus
tralia. Thoy aro exactly liko thoir
larger brethren iu evory particu
lar oxcopt size, boing not larger
than a eood-fiized honso rat.
'Popular Science News.'