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Vol. III. No. 552.
HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day czcopt Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
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Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
CountrioB 13 00
Pnynlilo Invariant? In Advnuuo.
Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Iri the . . .
the man got very wet. The wetting
gave him a cold. The cold, neglected,
developed to a cough. The cough
cent him to a bed of sickness. A dosn
of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, taken at
the start, would have nipped the cold
iu the bud and saved the sickness,
suffering, and expense. The house
hold remedy for colds, coughs, and all
luug troubles, is
Dr. J". O. Ayer & Co.,
LOWELL, MASS., U. S. A.
Gold Medal at the World's Chief Expositions.
n- Beware of cheap imitations. The
name Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is promt,
dent on the wrapper, and is blown In the
glass of each bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bale Agents for the ltepnblio of Hawaii.
V'i'-- - 9lr JUL
'&.'' , FOR
3 t? I" o
John Comtnuncho having leaded
from D. MuKhiizIo the nremlHeH,
known as the NEW MAHKEr RES
TAURANT, next Mills' Grocery
Store, ou Merchunt Street, will tako
charge and open out with a full sup
gW Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
M.W Game aud Poultry at transient
rates. Call and see me.
Architect and Superintendent
, E& Office: 805 Fort street,
Sprockels' Block, Room 5.
Residenco: Hawaiian Hotel.
MAY BE CONSUL-GENERAL
so,m:tm.v4 Anorr nitr.wsTKit
cox itKxriiN or oami'ohnh.
mcinlipi" of the t'nlirorinu I.rzMnturn
KiKlorti',1 (y tlint Itinly lor tilt
rniltloil of 4'miRiil.
Thero is u gentleman temporari
ly staying in this city, Edwin L.
Vicreck of Los Angeles, who is
well acquainted with Brewster
Cos Kcnyou of California, who is
a prominent candidate for tho
poet of, Consul-General to Hawaii
under President McKiuloy. Mr.
Viorcok said this morning, in an
awor to a requestfor 'information
about the man who may bo prom
inently identified witll Hawaii for
tho next four years:
"Brewster Cox Konyon isia gon
tleman of independent moans who
makos his homo at Long Beach, a
prominent seasido resort a few
miles from Los Angeles. I have
boon intimately acquainted
with him for a numbor
of years past. Ho is
a gentleman in overy sense of the
word and well fitted by education
aud personal attainments to fill
any puoitioa in tho coubnlar ser
vice of the United StatoB. Ho is
quito a young man, about 35 or
3G I should say. Ho has no regu
lar occupation, being possessed
of considerable means. He is
now in Saorumento in attondanco
on the Califdruia Legislature of
which ho is a member, having
boon elected to tho Assembly on
tho Republican ticket at tho re
cent election. He represents tho
72d Assembly district of Cali
fornia, which comprises a portion
of Los Augoles County fronting
tho ocean and inoludes Long
"Like most mon of means,"
continued Mr. Yioreck, "Mr. Kon
yon hus a hobby. It is tho col
lection of postage stamp.), in
which ho is quito nu outhusiast.
Ho has tho reputation of be
ing one of tho best posted
meu in California on tho Btamps
of many nntione but moro es
pecially of Hawaii. Ho publish
oil a book on Hawaiian' stamps
about two yearB ago which is now
tho rocoguized authority in tho
United States. Ho wroto it for
his own umueomout aud publish
ed ouly a limited edition. The
books wore gobbled up by col
lectors aud aio haul to obtain. I
thought I had one with mo but
find 1 loft it iu Los Angeles. Mr.
Konyon paid a shoit visit to Ha
waii about six mouths ago, and I
think he has boon hero before
that. Mr. Konako of tho post
office is also well acquainted with
Louis Konako was soon by tho
reporter but would only say that
Mr. Keuyon wos a very fino gou
tlemun and a great personal
frioud, whom ho had known foi a
numbor of years.
These arc days of considorablo
auxioty and perplexity to all who
have possessions or other interests
in tho Bepublio of Hawaii, and it
is timo that our citizens camo to a
mutual understanding on soyoral
important issues. The prospects
for Annexation appear at present
vague and indistinct, and our
destiny cannot bo foretold with
certainty. Thoro aro thoBO, also,
who still fondly cling to tho hope
of a return to tho old order of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otherwise, yot this out
look appears far moro hazy than
that of Annexation oven to tho
most hopeful disciplos of tho
Monarchy. But, fortunatoly, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
thoro is solaco in tho fact that
Buffalo Boor has came to stay and
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may oqually sharo tho
boneiits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. AVo aro
moreover assured that this f avorito
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed ub horetoforo at tho Koyal,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
Itl'llllvD AT MUTANU.
Ob'rqiilra of ilia I.nte Mr.
Tho funeral of the lato Mrs. J.
H. Wodohouso took place at II
o'clock yesterday afternoou from
St. Andrew's Cathedral, which wan
filled with the mourners aud
friends of the family. Tho ontiro
chaucel of tho eathedial was cov
ered with llorul offerings, the pul
pit was laden with lpis of red car
natiouB and wreaths of various
blos8omn, while a magnificent
bunch of calla lilies hung from
the loctom. Prominent among
tho ilornl designs was a broken
column nearly nix foot high of whilo
carnations and a cushion of mar
guoritqs with tho letter A in re1
astorB iu the centre. There wore
quantities of cut llowors in
bouquets, crosses, wreaths, etc.
The funeral services wero in
toned by Eev. V. H. Kitcat, the.
surpliccu choir singing tho hymns,"
"Whon Our Heads Are Bowed
AViHl AVnu" nnrl "llriuf T.i'fn i'a
Horo Our Portion." Wray Taylor j
ouioiatou at the organ and as tho
remains were carried from the
church at tho' conclusion of tho
services played softly "Homo,
The remains wore interied iu
tho Niumnu-cemetary. The pall
bearers at tho funeral wero Messrs.
Samuol Parkor, AV. Porter Uoyd,
John S. Walkor, C P. laukea, V.
C. Sproull, L. M. Votleseu, H. M.
Whituoy, Jr., and Lionel Hart.
Among thoso who wero present nt
the cathedral wero the Portuguese
Commissioner, Sen hor Canavarro;
British VicoConsul T.lt. Walker;
Mous. Vizzavoua, chancellor o
tho French Legation, Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Sehacfur, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Dowsott, Mr. aud Mrs. E. D. Ten
noy and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mac -farlane.
IttSUI.r Ol' AS 1N11!IM
A Hull Sovereign Siiulluivctl Tvtont
Six Trur Aso ltrciirort.
An extraordinary story was
told at an inquest at Peckham the
other day. Twenty-six years ago
tho dead man wub speaking with
a half-Bovoieign in his month.
Suddenly ho exclaimed, "I've
swallowed it."' It was truo; ho
had, aud tha coin was produced at
tho inquest. It bore tlato 18(10,
and for moro than a quartor of a
century had been embedded in
the left branch of the brouchial
tubo, without apparently injuring
its holder, who died from a
diseased heart.- Wo aro reminded
of tho caso of tho peer who swal
lowed half-a-crown whilst ongaged
in tho performance of a conjuring
trick. In this caso tho "holder
for value" is alivo and well, not a
Eenny (or porhaps wo should say
alf a-ciown) tho worse. Spare
At l.lillillt Sqiinre,
The Government baud will play
tho following selections at tho
Emma squaro concort this ovon
iug, commencing at 7:30:
Overture Zamn.i IlcroM
Intermc70 Cnvallerlt ltiutlcaim....
, . . M HitciKiil
Selection II Trovatore Verdi
March M Darktonn (lal (now..,.
Corniit Solo Rcmlnlittnces of Liberty..
Mr, Charles Kreutcr.
Fantasia-. Tamboriuo IloeRrttl
Medley Yankco Tickle , Ueycr
Tlio lllcycle Nliow.
Tho bioyclo exhibition at Indo
pondence park pavilion on Satur-,
day ovoning waB poorly uttondodt
bat it is hoped a largor numbor
will bo on hand this ovoning, as
the prico of admission has been
reduced to 25 cents. E. O. Hall
& Son's exhibit is tho largest of
tho four mado. An orchestra
from tho Hawaiian'band furnish
ed music for dancing on Saturday
ovening. Tonight tho Hawaiian
National QuiutoTto club will play
THE BtfTALION SHOOT
NVll JOII.NSOM MAKKN A t'HEMOWK- '
NAI, hCOIti: OV 41. I
TlieliMirnl Awriiye f n I In llrloti llu
rty .UiiiU- Vi't-oiiil tlutlulloii
tVmitxtn Cr AiiiiIii.
The feature of theshoot between
thirty mon ouch from tho First
and Second Battalions of the Na
lional Guard on S.itmdtiy after
noon was tho beoie of 4B mado by
Sam Johnson of Company F, com
prising eight 5'ri.aud two -I's. This
sqoro has never been equalled in
Hawaii in a military match, al
though it Iiub been exceeded iu
practise by Captain Wall, Ser
geant Elvin, Frank Damon aud
Tho match was won by Major
McLeod's battalion by a scoro of
1201 against 110(3 for tho Second
Battalion, commanded by Major
In Company B., It Hay aud
Hngerup carried off tho honors
by making -13 and over;
CompauyF's meu who did thosamo
uere, besides Johnson, Ludwig
Hud Lualuwn, hihI iu Company U
Boso and Mahouey. Captain
Camara of Company C mado a 43
as did Johusou of Company 1),
while Moore aud Captain Coy no
of E got away with -11 each.
The average mado by tho sixty
men waa 39.05, or a littlo moie
than one poiut better than tlmt
made in the 100 man iutoruatioual
hlioot in January last. Both teams
fell below their expectations as is
usual iu these mutches.
After tho shoot Major Jones
immediately asked for a roturu
shoot on March 20 which has been
llio Alticllritli CWnutcll.
Tho Match number of the
Anglican Church Chronicle ap
poared on Saturday, with its timo
ly oxhortatious and summary of a
mouth's church and social news.
Bev. A. Muckintosh the editor has
this ou a subject ou which ho has
set his heart:
"Wo again call tho attention of
our fellow citizens to tho matter
of a hospital for incurables espe
cially consumptives. When a bo
ginning is made wo have no doubt
but that something substantial
will bo douo by our liberal com
munity. It will bo remembered
by some that King Kamehamoha
IV. and his Quoon Emma wont
from house to houso asking for
subscriptions for tho building and
endowing of tho Queen's Hospital.
Perhaps something of this kind
will now havo to bo adopted bo
foio anything elso can bo douo."
lliisry Sorlnl Cluli.
The rooms of tho Hagoy Insti
tute wero again well filled on
Saturday ovoning at tho regular
social of tho club. Among thoso
who contributed to tho pleasure
of tho occasion woio J. H. Kirk
patrick, who epoko of his trip to
tho States iu connection with In
stitute business; J. T. Stewart,
who read an origiual poem; Col
ouol Mooro, who told of his ex
periences whilo on a trip to tho
Volcano; William Hodley, mau
dolin selections; Georgo Scott,
song, and Vico-presidont J. A.
Mohrton of the club In remarks
ou mutters of intorest to tho Club.
About a week ago tho glass sign
of Misfl Bico,tcaohor of tho piano
forto, was stolon from tho gato of
tho Misses Bice's residenco on
Beretauia stroot. It was a rathor
oxpensivo artiolo with a gilt in
scription and obtainod from an
artistic sign writor in Molbourno.
Even tho fastenings of tho sign
wore taken away. Tho Marshal
was notified of tho thoft, but no
arrest has yot boon mado.
Superior breakfast sausage is a
specialty at tho Contral Market.
King up 101.
PRIZES FOR ELOCUTION
IM OIIU1ISWL rO.tll'OiilTIONS IIY1
NCIIOOi. CIIILUIIl'.V. I
Mil'lccl r Miicrlrin Itpvolttlion-j
Wliuicr .liny li ,.knl to
Aiirnr nn liilllih olJulj. I
In order to stimulate patriotio
thought aud study on the part of
studonts in tho schools of the Bo
public to tho and that the deeds
of tho heroes of 177G may not
grow dim with years aud that tho
sacrifices which they mado and
tins principles for which they
fought may bo kept beforo tho
minds of tho pupils of our schools,
the Hawaiian Socioty of tho Sons
of tho American Involution offers
four prizes for orations upon
"Tho Objects and Results of the
American Involution," as fol
lows: First prize, tweuly fivo dollars;
second prize, twenty dollars; third
prizo, fifteen dollars; fourth
prize, ton dollars. These prizes
aro for writteu aud declaimed
orations, tho best to rccoivo tho
first prize, tho next best tho sec
ond prizo, and so ou, the competi
tors to bo youth of cither sox, of
any nationality, actually in at
tendance ot any of tho schools,
public or privute,of this Bepublic,
uud not pursuing post graduate
or bpeciul courses of study.
Tho judges awarding tho prizes
ate to bo three iu number and to
bo hereafter appointed by tho
board of managers of tho Socioty.
Tho contest to be held iu Juno,
1807, iu some couvouient place
horcafter to bo designated. No
oration to exceed ten minutes in
time of delivery. Names of tho
competitotB shall be handed iu or
mailed to tho be.vlqii'irteru of the
Socioty not Iutor than May 1, 1807.
Ono or moro of tho successful
competitors may bo aBked to do
liver thoir orations ou tho Fourth
of July, 1807, as shall bo here
It is hoped that tho in as tors and
principals of tho schools of this
llopublio will boo that this patri
otic offer is published to the
students under them.
roi.icr. ooimr mattkiis.
IW'lntli to lin Trli'il fur I.nrceuy
In tho police court this morn
ing fivo drunks wero assossed tho
usual penalty for thoir offense.
Threo of thorn woro Japs and tho
Tho caso of Captaiu McNeil of
tho S. G. Wildor, charged with
cruelty to animals, was put off
The case against B. Shimizu
and W. J. Gallaghor, arrested on
Saturdiy afternoon for a violation
of Section 1 of Aot 17 ot tho Laws
of 1895, was called and continued
till March 10, tho two defendants
beiug at liberty on their own
rocognizanco to appear when call
Ah Loy was fined $25 for pod
tiling chofa tickets.
Ah Kai pleaded guilty of violat
ing tho rules of tho Board of
Health in peddling fish outside
tho markot aud got off with a fino
of 31 and costs.
Make pleaded guilty of Btoaling
CO conts from auothor native,
Tho trial of Lionel V. Bodpath
on a charge of Btoaling under
clothing, oto., from a follow prison
er, has been arranged for this af
ternoon. Of tho Secretary Diso Plow ono
of tho most successful plantation
managers writes tho Pacifio Hard
ware Co.: "I havo delayed writing
you about tho work of tho Secre
tary Disc Plow, until I satisfied
mysolf in regard to its proper
working, I am busy
plowing a field with it now, and it
is doing fino work, and I hopo for
good results from tho thorough
plowing it is recoiving."
U'. .1 tiAI.KAOIIhlt Al II.NHI.1II7.U
c'nrrrrt l.lnt or Hip .Sltliiliti.llnrn'
Jejune. ( liiiiiilL'riiiiK Who Hutu
jccu n,..,.,l l.niiilliitf.
'J hd report mado by Port Sur
veyor Sltatemeyer to tho Collector-General
after his investigation
of the Japanese immigrants at tho
Quttrautinosfatiou, iu conjunction
with Interpreter Doylo, recom
mended that 534 of the Japanese
bo refused landing and that 130
bo allowed to laud. Of thobo re
commended to bo returned thoro
were 351 freo immigrants and 183
contract laborers. Of those allow
ed to land 123 woro freo immi
grants possessed of the necessary
S50 and other qualifications en
titling them to laud, 7 were con
tract laborers aud 0 were cabin
pnnsengors. It wnH found that
tho Shiushu-maru had a total of
G70 pa380ugers instead of GG5 as
at Hist stated.
Tho 183 contract laborers wero
recommended to be rejected bo
causo they camo without tho ne
cossary authorization from tho
Hawoiian Government. Of tho
351 rejected free immigrants Bomo
possetsed thu necessary $50 but
failed to auswer othor require
ments of, tho law oE which tho
actual possession of $50 is only
It is understood that Collector
Genoral Castlo sttongly endorsed
tho report madojby tho Port Sur
veyor aud On Saturday laid tho
matter beforo tho Miuistor of
Foreign Affairs, with tho result
that B. Shimizu aud AV. J. Galla
gher, claiming to bo tho author
ized ugouta of tho Kobe Immigra
tion Company, tho consignees of
thohinshu-iuaru, wero urrcctod
during Uio uftoruoou.aud charged
with violating tho immigration
laws. They woro released by tho
Marshal on thoir own rocogni
zanco and in tho Polico Court this
morning the case was but for trial
Tho Shiuahu mam has been
refused cloaruneo papers and her
captaiu and agents notified to
tako hor undesirable immigrants
b'ook whonco thoy cume.
Thoro aro no now developments
in the caso this morning but it is
understood sovorul lawyora tiro
hard at woik preparing documents
which will lead to several suits
being instituted boforo night. "
AN OIMD.U NKIZIIIli:.
CllMuma OUIccr Mnnoh Klulil'i uil
A fow minutos boforo 2 o'clock
this afternoon Customs ofilcor
Manoha called for Port Surveyor
Goo. Srtatomoyor iu quito a hur
ry. Thoy wont down to Fort
street wharf whoro Manoha point
ed to an innocont looking box nud
said ho had information which
led him to boliovo tho box con
tained opium. It was opened and
a number of tins of tho drug woro
at onco exposed to viow. Ono of
tlioso was out and its coutcuts
identified, after which tho box
was taken to tho Port Surveyor's
oilico. Horo tho contonts woro
dumped on tho iloor. Thoro
woro twonty tins loose and twouty
sowed up in a piece of gunny Back.
Tho opium was unstamped.
The box was marked W iu a
diamond and addressed AVaimoa,
Kauai, and was intonded for ship
ment by tho oteamor Kauai, which
Bails for Waimoa aud Kekaha at
4 o'clock this aftornoon.
Customs ofiloor Manoha could
not divulge tho souroo of tho in
formation which led him to soize
tho box, as ho had not yot report
ed to tho Collector Genoral. It is
likely somo arrests will follow tho -Boizure.
Nicoly furnished rooraH at tho
Popular Houso, 151 Fort street,
from $1.00 per weok up.