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Vol. III. No. 553.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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B. L. FINNEY, manager.
Read what Ayor'a Sarsaparllla did
for tho Kov. Z. P. Wilds, a well
known city missionary In New York
and brother of tho Into eminent
"I was for many ycare a sufferer
from boils and other eruptions of a
like nature, caused by tho impover
ished stnto of my blood. Sly nppe
tito was poor and my system a good
deal run down. Knowing tho valito
of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, by observa
tion of tlip good it had done 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, and I nttribtito this
result to Ayer's Sarsaparllla, which
I recommend with all confidence as
tho best blood mediclno ever
For all disorders resulting from
poor or corrupted blood and general
AYER'S PILLS CUKE BILIOUSNESS.
Hollisler Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the liopublio of Hawaii.
, John Commanclio having leased
from D. MaKeuzie the tiromlpps,
known uh tho NEW MARKET RES
TAURANT, next Mills' Grocery
Slofe, ou Mirclnnt 8lret, will tuko
charge and open out with a full eup
ply of eutables.
gjtf Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
E0T Game and Poultry at transient
rates, Call and see me.
Architect and Superintendent
1, Office: 305 Fort street,
Spreckela' Block, Room 5.
Residenco: Hawaiian Hotel.
hIs K 3 i 5 la SHs a
5j? mm Sk a 3 g 4 aa us v3 lis
THE BICYCLE EXHIBIT
in niiow itiii.vi.it nv lack or
Some I'rrUy l)Uin)N nl liiili'iienileiirx
X'urk Tlir I.xhlliltloii n I'ltlltiro
!' Lick of rmronotr.
"When a representative of tluB
paper dropped in at tho bicycle
ijhow last night about 8 o'clock
thnia woro less than a dozen peo
plo there outside of those in ,W
i l ii ii
tendance on tuo booths. At no
time during the liour and a half
following was there more than
twenty-five present, and tho rea
son of this may bo described in
tho two words "insufficient adver
tising." Tho display of bicycles
was there, and a very creditable
ono it was too, tho hall was nicely
decorated and prepared, enough
of tho floor space left to accom
modnto a couple of hundred danc
ers, good music- for tho dancing
and oven a board with a program
of dances painted thereon; every
thing necessary to pass an enjoy
able hour or two was provided,
including a deserted refreshment
stand in one of tho corners. Jiut
tho general public was not there.
Tho general public did not know
anything about it, or rather that
portion of tho general public
which looks for information ou
such matters to tho columns of
tho Bulletin and its con
temporaries. Howover, tho man
agers of tho affair have
learned thoir lesson by this liiuo.
They learned it on Saturday even
ing, nnd last night they had it
"rubbed in hurd." And tho les
son thoy learned was that one
cannot make n success of anything
oven in Honolulu without a liber
al use of printer's ink. It tho
people of this city had known
more nbout the bicyclo show tho
attendance would have been nor-
lmps equal to expectations, for the
four oxhibils wero all vory good
and fully tho equal of similar
uffairsin larger cities, but as an
advertising Bchomo it was a dead
failure. It was designed to draw
a crowd of peoplo together to
whom could bo shown and
explained tho latest improve
ments in whools, but the
promoters forgot tho old
adage of "First catch your hare."
In this instance the hare could
only bo caught with printor's ink.
liut enough ! Thoro wore four
exhibits of wheels, and to describe
one will auswor for tho others, for
they differed littlo except in tho
make of tho wheels. Tho largest
exhibit was that niado by E. O.
Hall & Sons. Thoy mako a
specialty of tho Columbia, Ram
bler and Stearns whools, and show
ed them in all tho latest models.
Edwin Paris aud Honry Giles are
in oharge of this oxhibit aud they
aro entitled to vory great credit
not only for tho display made but
for the artistic way in which it is
shown. Among tho wheels to
which special mention may bo ac
corded wore tho Ladies' Columbia
1897 modol, Gonts' Columbia 1897
model, ladies and gents' Ramblors
1890 and 1897 models, Rambler
racing tandem which carries tho
Hawaiian record. 1890. and several
of tho Stearns wheels. Ono of tho
latter, which has had sovon
mouths' constant uso in tho
hands of W. W. Hall, is bIiowu
looking nearly as good as now.
Columbia whools with tho cole
brated G. & J. tiro aro also shown
at this booth, as woll as a bowild
ering assortment of tho many sep
arate partB which enter into tho
composition of a modern bicyclo.
ah on tnese, trom the smallest
screw to the now wooden haudlos
just introduced aro shown noatly
arranged on tables. A largo as
sortment of bioyclo lamps forms a
prominent featuro of this exhibit.
Tho Olovoland stand showod a
pretty '97 racing wheel decorated
with colored electric lights whioh
presented a vory pretty effoct.
This wheel was owned and deco
rated by E. F. Droier. Another
wheel on a Btand running
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MARCH 9, I897.
by electricity was a feature
of this exhibit. The mo
tive power was obtained from a
small storage battery concealed in
the Bland. George Ottersou do
signed mid set up this particular
Frank Athorlou had charge of
tb Sterling booth, in which' '1)7
models of this wheel, as well as
tho Deero and tlio Moliuo, wore
shown. Frank iB a speedy lalkur
and told of the merits of his
wheels at tho rate of 2o0 words a
minute. The reporter's shorthand
speed only reaching 108 words a
iniuato much of Frank's discouihn
"u necessarily lost ami tlio notes
oih, VSoZuT " ""'J
i - r--
Harry Wooten's booth contnMi.
ed two revolving wheels with col
ored lamps, including ono of the
oldtimo high sort, uud aq a whole
was a vory creditable display.
It was a nice exhibit but very
few saw it.
Till; JAlMNUSt: IIA.AAH
ArrniiKi'tiicnlt l'ri;rr.iis llnplilly
lor hnlurtlH j' i:iilcrtiiltiniuitt.
Prospects are most encouraging
for the bucoo-h of tho Japanese
Hnzaar to bo held in tho grounds
of Queen Emma hall next Satur
day and the work of preparation
for tho ovent is already far ad
vanced. Ah already announced
thoro will bo booths for the halo of
Jnpaueue articles, a toa houso and
other novelties never seen here bo
The committee in olmrgo of the
Bazaar has decided to give the
play, etc., froo, instead of charg
ing an admifBion fee of d0 ct-nts be
BidcB tho admission fee to the
grounds, as previously announced.
Thoso who havo already purchas
ed tickets for the play will lmvo
their monoy refunded to thaui if
they will kindly return tho tickots
to oither G. K. Frukawa of tho
Yokohama Spom'o Bank or to A.
K. Ozuwa at Benson, Smith & Co.
An lil Acqiinluluiiro.
James H. S. Bartholomew of
Monte Cristo, Washington, res
ponded to the toast, "Now Jorsoy,"
at a banquet at St. Paul in cele
bration of tho anniversary of tho
treaty of Paris of 1703. Mr.
Bartholomew is a momber of tho
Society of Coloniul Wars, under
whoso auspices tho celebration
was held. He will bo romoinbor
od in Honolulu as tho promoter
of an inter island cable, thtough
which one message was sout from
tho eablo laying ship Catoriua a
coasting schooner boforo it broke
on the coral beach. It was a
copper wiro wound with oakum
yarn, manufactured in a boatshed
at tho old fishmarket. Mr.-Bartholomew
wont away to got a
better cable, ostensibly, but did
uot return, and the "plant" of tho
concern was sold by the Marshal.
Mr. Bartholomew was later hoard
from as a uowspapor editor in
Washington State, aud is believed
to bo reupiiig tho success of in
1'nllcn Court MallirM.
In the District Court this morn
ing D. Baker pleaded not guilty
of battering his wife and his trial
was Bet for tho Ulth.
Sovon Chinese gamblors wore
fined 810 each and costs,, and sev
oral others wero discharged.
U. Mahaula and Keahi wore
fined $2 each uud costs on pleas
of guilty of maliciously obstruct-'
ing the uso of a certain sidowalk
owuod by LeeWai.
Miss Santos, or Minnio Weir, is
on trial for tho larceny of 820
from Mrs. AVm. Larsen.
WIiik vs. WlilNhy.
An oxchango says: "A bill has
been introduced into tho South
Carolina Legislature to provide
for tho sale of native wines at tho
Stato dispensaries, and if in that
way tho' people can bo taught to
uso wino instead of whisky tho
dispensary system will prove one
of tho beat steps in tho direotion
of temperance ever made in Amo-ricu."
NOTES FROM THE ORIENT
lOKOIIAHA KOItKIUXKKS AtOlNHO
or iimiiii: r ioiii: r.m'iiiK.
Iloimluuic C.lininlifr uf !oiiiuii'ir
I'uvnrv ,n vlirtiir lur n 1'huI-
Hi- DiiWIrlo '4iiniln.
The following news items from
China and Japan are culled from
exchanges received by tho steam
ship Peru yenterdiy.
The new Britirtn Consul at Na
gasaki, Mr. Longford, has arrived
Sir lliehard Temple Bennie, lato
chief Justice of her Majesty's
Supremo Court for China and
Jupau, has been appointed to act
temporarily as special judgo of
her Majsty'n Snpro.no Court at
Whilo aNiugiH) blacksmith was
repairing a lillo tho other day, tho
property of a soldier, which was
loaded but would uot go off wlion
wanted, tho woapou exploded and
shot two passers-by, killing them
Liu Taotai has issued a procla
mation at tho instance of Consul
General J'-rnigan, protecting the
rights of a mipaiouury in certain
publications of books translated
iuto Chiueee from Euglibh.
Tho Bussian Government, says
aSt. Petersburg telegram, has as
signed a sum of moro than 100,000
roubles for the assistance of Rus
sian emigrants to tho Black Sea
district, tho Semirechensk territo
ry on the borders of Ohineso Tin
koslan, and tho Amur tovritory ou
the borderH of Manchuria.
Tho applications of tho Yokoha
ma policemen to tho Government
asking for permission to wear tho
medals given them by Li Hung
Chang, when he touched at Yoko
hama recently on his way homo
from Europe, havo boon refused.
liio policeman wro detailed to
protect Li Hung Chang whilo tho
ahip was in Yokohama harbor.
There wero soven Russian mou-of-war
and one British in Naga
saki harbor on tho 15th tilt.
Tho Sekai-no-Tomo learns with
indignation from its Pokiu cor
respondent that tho Court of Po
kiu has not yet announced any
intention of going into mourning
on account of tho deceaso of tho
Empress Dowager of Japau.
At tho instauco of tho Hong
kong Chamber of Cominerco, the
Leeds Chamber has, wo learn from
tho London and China Express,
decided to support, as far as pos
sible, any bguciuo for laying a ca
ble across the Pacilio from Hong
kong to Canada, thin stop having,
it was considered, boon rendered
necessary by thoinoroascd charges
mado by tho telegraph companies.
It will bo remembered that
about two years ago M. Lyaudot
and his wife and child woro ab
ducted at Kebao by Ohiuoso pi
rates and kopt in captivity for six
months. It is stated by tho Tou
lon papers that the settli-mont of
tho affair with China is almost
completed and that tho indemnity
to bo paid to M. Lyaudot has beou
fixed in principle at Tls. 50,000.
Tho Nippon on 19th inst. had
somo indignant remarks about tho
foreign residents at Yokohama.
Whereas (aayB our coutomporary)
singing, dancing and instrumental
music aro prohibited throughout
tho Empiro on account of the
death of tho Empress Dowagor,
tho foreign rosidouts of Yokohama
advortiso a coucort iu tho Public
hall for tho 20th inst. ,Tho Nip
pons adds that this is not tho first
tirao tho shameless foroignors, ro
lying on tbo special privileges of
extra territoriality, havo given
offonco to tho peoplo of Japan,
but how is it that tho Foreign
Ministers and consuls pasB such
opon acts unnoticed ? "Wo horo
by expose tho disrespect of tho
foroignors and appeal to tho sym
pathy of tho public" This para
graph is uot without its valuo,"iu
usmuoh as it points to tho fact
that the difference in Oriontal and
Occidental customs may possibly
load to considerable friction whou
the Treaties como inlo force.
tiii: meisHii. hoiiscmiow.
ii AlikolMlrl)- t'nlqiic i:iilrrtnliiiiirul
In O in-ti llcri'.
Women may differ on tho sub
ject of tho bicycle, but thoy all
love tho horse, and every woman
in Honolulu is lookiug forward
with joyful anticipation Uftbe ap
pearance next wool: of Prof.
Bristol') famous put forming
horses. Tin's outcrtaiuruent is
abaolutcly uuiquo of its kind uud
has drawn immense crowds every
where that it has appeared. It is
seldom that such a largo anil ex
pensive show can be induced to
leave thu lh!ck! populated radius
of eastern showtowns aud
undortako tho difficult and
costly journey west, but
the appreciation which has
met them everywhere shows
that Prof. Bristol did not mako a
mistake. Evorythiug that it is
possible for a horso to do is dono
by those intelligent nuinmls, aud
in addition a gieat many tricks
arc performed whioh does not
Boem possible for oven such clever
animals to understand aud accom
plish. It would be impossible to
find iu tho world auothor collec
tion of tho various types of horses
as complete as this ono. They
would be interesting and instruc
tive if tliBy did nothing but walk
around, but with tho addition of the
marvolonsly clever performance
which thoy give, they aro irresist
ible. A streot parado will be giv
en on tho day of ar
rival, when tho public will bo
enabled to enjoy its first glimpse
of Sultan, the equino boauty
wuicn soivos (iimuuit mathematic
al probloms with the readiness
and accuracy of cultivated human
intelligence; Douver, tho wonder
ful trick mulo, and Eagle, tho
pure-blooded, snow - white Ara
bian maro which Prof. Bristol
will drive without roin or bridle.
A performance will bo given ovory
ovouing with matinou Saturday
afternoon. Tho varied program
which teems with mirth-provok-ing
Burpriues, as woll as tho popu
lar prico of admission, guarantees
a crowded houso at ovory oxhibi
JUIillalcr 'oier llnnorril.
At tho meoting of Pacific Lodgo,
A. F. fe A. M., held last ovening,
after tho regular order of busi
ness was over Past Mastor Honry
E. Cooper was prosonted with a
pant master's jewel as a token of
tho esteom in which ho is hold by
tho Lodgo. Tho piesontatiou was
mauo by u. Ii. Ripley in n few
wellchoson words. Minister
Cooper was takou entirely by sur
priso aud it wos somo timo boforo
ho was nblo to express his thanks
for tho gift. Tho jowel is describ
ed as l)oing of a vory elegant
lfuulluu Hold Concert.
Tho Govommout baud will givo
a concert at tho Hawaiian hotel
this ovoniug at 7:30 with tho fol
Ovirtnre-William Tell Koitmt
Intermezzo- Kusulan Krunke
SukctloH Kubln lluoil Du Kovcu
Kullnl, Halol-anl, Olliollla.
Cornet Solo-I,u)lalj Emmctli
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Fantasia Lilliputian Kottaun
Waltz Knntuelu , , Coo to
Murcli Irwin - Berber
A G-roomed cottago, stables
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wildor avenuo. Largo grounds
woll laid out nnd planted with
fruit and ornamontal trees; ono
full sot of furnitnro and cooking
stove can romuiu iu tho houso if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King Btroot.
m m m
King Bros, havo just filled an
order for 200 colorod Hawaiian
photos for a party in Amoricn.
Piuok 5 Cknts.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
will ok rin: lil rnwAim
Mr: Amift lrrt I'llm '-rrrrlloti of
I ll- Kcctii-iU AiIiIi-vm-U lo llio Jn
ilri-s il Mipri'iuc Court.
Julgn Perry today admitted tho
will of the Kite Edward Huiton to
piolvite, appointing T. II. Walker
ndmiuiftritar without bond. Cecil
Brown for petitioner. Iim will
was executed October 8, 1890, when
the testator was 07 years of ugo.
It bequeaths to his sister, Agues
Kagot of Churenlou'iuncolOOO;
to his brother, Tom'llntton of
Boudigo, Australia, 81000; to his
nieces and nephews, at Wimble
don, England, 81000, to bo equal
la divided botween thfcru, aud to
his sister before named any bul
nnco and personalties which he
J.u tho caso of Maria J. Forbes
vs. Christian Gerta and Anna
Geitz, a papor has boon filed, en
titled, "Misstatements mado by
Circuit Court corrected by Anna
Oertz." It is addressed to tho .
Justices of the Supremo Court by
name. Tho declarant tells of
her haviug boon left iu the lurch
by dolays iu the presentation of a
propor bill of exceptions, Biich de
lays boing caused by to fault,
omission or want of diligence on
her part. Her language is plain
so that ho who inns may read,
and if not in lawyer lingo seems
to be nn appeal in equity to the
Tin: liw ok
The Nocllon IJiidrr Wlilcli (Jiillugiicr
uuil Milmlxti Wero Arrexlctl.
Tho complaint against B. Shi
mizu and W. J. Gullughor, und on
which a warrant of arrest was is
sued, acciiEcn them of violating
Section 1 of Act 17 of tho Repub
lic of Hawaii, which is given in
"From and after tho passago of
this Act, it shall bo unlawful for
any persou, company, partnership
or corporation in hny manner
whatsoever to prepay tho trans
portation, or ii any way assist,
uucouuigo or arrange ior tno im
portation, migration or introduc
tion of any alien or alieno, auy
foroignor or foreigners iuto tho
Hawaiian Islands, under contract
or ugreomont, mado provious to
tho importation, migration or in
troduction of such alien or aliens,
foroiguer or foroignors, to por
form agricultural or domestic
labor or for service iu mills or
factories in tho Hawaiian Islands;
provided, however, that any por
son, company, partnership or cor
poration may bring alions or
foreiguorB iuto the Hawaiian
Islands as aforesaid, upon receiv
ing from tho Board of Immigra
tion its writton approval of the
contracts under which it is pro
posed to introduco such alions or
"For tho purposes of this Act all
alions and foreigners arriving
within tho jurisdiction of tho Ro
publio of Hawaii in any
vessel, or who, having bo arrived,
may bo performing quarantine on
shoro, shall bo doeomod to bo
without tho Hawaiian lslauds,
and the proyisions of this Act re
garding the importation, migra
tion or introduction of alienB and
foroignors shall apply to bucIi
alions and foroiguora bo arriviug
Other sections of tholawprovido
for a ponalty of S300 fino for each
immigrant introduced contrary to
tho abovo section aud nn addition
al fine of 100 for nnnli narann
against tho captain of tho vessel
bo urmgiug mom.
Tapks aro from n quarter to a
half inoh, though, whou accident
ally stopped oji, this lougth sooms
to bo multiplied by 100. A pound
of tho smallest sized containa 10..