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Vol. III. No. 557.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATUHDAY, MARCH 13, 1897.
PlllOK 5 Cknts,
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except SnnJpy at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, nnywlicro m the Ha
waiian Islando G 70
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Por Year, postpaid to America,
Canada or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countrios 13 00
Paynblo Invariably In Advance
Telophono 2GC. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Is tho soil in which roots life, health,
strength, happiness. Tho soil of tho
blood can bo drained or impoverished
like any other soil, and can bo fertil
ized and nourished in a similar way.
You can get back tho old spring and
snap. You can enjoy labor by day
and sleep by night. You can cat
your food with tho
af health, if you only Supply tho
blood with its lacking nutriment;
vitalizo It, or if you like, fertillzo it.
A largo number of so called tonic
remedies arc disguised stimulants.
Ayer's Sarsapavllla Is not n stimu
lant but a nourishment. It feeds
tho blood ami so enriches It, ns well
as purifies it. That is why physi
TIewahe of Imltatlom. The name Ayer'
Sarn pari lift U prominent on tbo wrapper
Di blown la tho gUii of each bottle.
'"AVER'S FILLS FOR IHDIQcSTION.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Uepnblio of Hawaii.
John Cominaiioho having lca;ol
from O. MuKiizlt) the nreiuiNi-s,
known ui the KEW MAIIKKT UKH
TAUUANT, next Mills' Gioeery
Stoic, u !Trreh"t Btwt, wIM fuko
. obargo and opeu out with u full sup
ply of eatables.
gW Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
Hf Gamoniid Poultry at transient
rates. Call and see me.
Architect and Superintendent
JBi, Office: 305 Fort street,
Sprockets' Block, Hoom 5.
Residence: Hawaiian Hotel.
FUNNY FOLK OF LAHAINA
r:Aciii:iij or run ancient capi
tal jivk a joi,i,v sorm,,
Tlii c:ilUcn' Cuitrcl' tin n ti.v nt
VoWry Virtus ullli Mnrllhii: -Itortlllt
Onr Lfilminn pedagogues have
to congratulate themselves" ou
thu.huccess of their Inst social en
tertainment Laid ou .Wednesday
nt the residence of lion. W. Y.
Horner. Tho program was short
but was onjoyablo. Most of tho
numbors being of a choice huinor
istio quality, to offset lifo's usual
duily doleful way. A feature of
the evening was Miss M. Hornor's
performance on tho odd littlo
Italian musical instrument tho
ocarina accompanying Mrs. Do
coto at tho piano. Tho Labaina
lunn faculty portrayed a rural
romance by moans of shadow pan
tomitno. It was Biiblimo nnd ridi
culous nud much applauded.
Mr. Dickenson sang very effect
ively, "You've No Conception
What it is to bo a Bashful Man."
Tho young mombors present wore
sentimentally sympathetic but en
deavored to conceal it in u burst
of hnud-clnpping applause. Han
dy Audy, as rendered by Mrs. Ab
bolt, seemed very much Irish.
Smiies played on many lips and a
broth of a boy was Handy. "Maui
No Ka Oi," describing Maui as
tho acme of perfection, nil could
appreciate, more especially as one
of the composers hails from La
hnina. Individual mention can
not bo made for want of spaco.
After tho program a jolly hour
was spent in games and parlor
amusement. Lot the good work
go on, tencherB, and brotherly
Last week tho Lahainu Citizen'
Guard practised firiug by platoon.
The first volley was eminently
successful as far as damngo to tar
get was concerned. Being a first
attempt tho Guard was pleased,
however, to get four shots out of
five homo. We might saythough,
to quote familiar war-correspond
ent a words that tho firing was
somewhat "desultory," that is, par
taking somewhat of tho Chi
nese firecracker noiso. Well
tho platoon waited for tho
marker who had not boon waru
ed beforohaud to indicato
that ho understood. It seems he
did not understand and lay low in
his pit, nor after a long wnit
would ho essay to appear; but
after placing tho disc upon tho
bullot holes he awaited develop
monts. It seems ho mistook tho
volley for n discharge from tho
Alert's machine guns. Ho ima
gined the warship had opened up
on him and was proportionately
scared. Tho Alert was at tho time
target shooting off shore. "How
tho you do " was his only
Luhaiun, March 12, 1897.
Cim't i)u llncK.
Mataafu, tho doposed Sumoan
king, remains in exilo nt Jnluit,
whero he was sent by tho Gor
mans. Ho ia likely lo stay thoro
too. It was announced iu tho
Houso of Commons lately that
tho Foreign Ofiice had not hoard
that permission had beon given to
Mntoafa to return to Samoa, and
thoro was no immedioto prospect
that such permission would bo
ftt-riiiiinr linn it Niignr Trim.
A Gorman sugar trust has boon
formed at Itorlin with tho out
spokon objoot of raising priceB.
A syndicate will control all sales,
and will begin by bourdiug a
cortain percentage of tho sugar
mode. It will fix an international
markot price, bolow which Ger
man sugar shall not bo sold.
King Bros, have just rocoived a
now lot of Usbuo paper, window
polos, snsh rods, artists' materials,
pioturo frumes, etc.
OX CIIUISIIAN WOllH.
Tlmiishl Irani ttintieHIM Smith' Art
drew :n Y. .11 O A.
, Ab workers we are apt to pro
crastinate. Christ wants us to bo
urgent, immediate "Lift up your
eyes and look ou the fields, they
are white already to harvest."' Lot
your faith grasp immediate re
suits "now is tho accepted lijie,
now is tho day of sulvntion"
Thrust in the sickle nnd reap.
Christ wants ub to ho reapers. Ho
himself is the great sower, i'l
send you to reap," bays the Ohriat.
Onrs is tho exhilaration of bar
vest; ours tho gatht'iing in of tho
fruits unto life eternal. In somo
respects we uro making ouroivn
heaven. Wo gather fruit having
eternal value. God compensates
his workors. Ho gives wages
nor doea ho ovor cut them
down. Wo aro to joy and
rejoico with Christ. What a joy
that is, beloved I If wo would joy
and rejoico with Christ wo niUBt
work nnd suffer with him. "Ho
for the joy thnt was sot before
him ond u red the cross, despised
tho Bhamo." Wo must suffer with
him, boar the cross, if wo would
shout tho glad "Harvest Homo."
Christ's joy wna that of ser
vice, of tho giving of himself
for man's redemption. Let us
follow him nnd share this. In
doing this I would havo you din
tiuguish Christianity from
Ghurchinnity. Chiistiauity meniiB
vitality, life, spiiitual union nud
oneness with Christ. Churchiiuii
ty menus going through tho
forms, running the machinery of
nn organization, and this may bo
dono by those who raelly nro not
Christians. Have uot reached tho
oxporiouco which Paul speaks
of. "Tho Spirit himself wit
nessoth with our spirit that we
are tho children of God; nnd if
childron thou heirs; heirs of God,
and joint hoirs with Christ; it bo
be that wo suffer with him that we
may bo also glorified togelhor."
Hotel .Irrlml. '
Hawaiian It. C. Spalding,
Kauai; Mrs. J. E. Fnrnuiu, Miss
Fnrnum, J. E. Fnrnum, Geo. L.
Farnura, Dr. A. D. Smith, fhiln
jlelpliia; Mrs. W. H. Osboru,Now
York; Mrs. Hobrou and maid,
Miss Lacy, Washington; Mr. and
Mrs. Ponsonby Ogle, London;
Mr. nnd Mrs. Small, York, Pa.;
Mrs. O. 8. No well, Miss Newell,
Miss Edith Newell, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred S. Nowell, Kenosha, Wis.;
Mrs. Huliduy, Chicago; Antonio
Benitez, Madrid, Spain; A. Grille,
Paris; Mrs. U. H. Eckstein, Miss
H. H. Eckstein, Miss J.
B. Eokstoiu, Cincinnati; N.
Y. HouBon, Yokohamo; Y. Woo
zeno, Tokio; H L. Talbot,
llorttou; Meldrum Gray, Now
York; S. Hankin, Shanghai; B.
Guggenheim, New York; O. L.
Goodhue and wife, Miss Goodhue,
Springfield, Mass.; L. P. Gold
stone, J. T. Robinson, Grass Vnl
loy, Cal.; E. Avory McCarthy,
wifo and child, San Francisco;
J. L. Barker, Borkoloy, Cal.; Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. Honry Sears, Boston;
Miss F. Hattie Nowoll,
Knuosha, Wis.; Mrs. Gregory
Hoard, Adeluide, Australia; Mrs.
Do llochetto Ouolletto, Montreal;
P. P. Casey, M. D. steamer Ala
medii; Donald It. Jacob, Louis
ville; Ohiis. P. Jacob, Louisville;
A. S. Patterson, wifo uudchildrou,
St. John, N. B.; J. B. Sutton,
steamor Alameda; W. J. Kane,
Hawaii; J. N. Murdock, Mrs. G.
II. Holdou, Now York; J. It. Wil
son aud wife, Hilo; J. W. Butler
and wifo, Chicago; E. P. Dolo,
Arlington L. P. Lincoln, Kai
lua; A. Grille, Paris; I. Bornor,
Copenhagen; Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Small, Pennsylvania; H. C.
Ovendon, Haun, Mauai; W. G.
Ogg, San Francisco; A. J. Henri
ques, New York city; H. 0. Watt,
Livorpool; Prof. D. M. Bristol,
Boston; Miss Owlns, Miss E.
Taylor, England; R. A. Craig,
Newcastle, Pa.; G. F. Littlo, Hilo;
V. M. Fulsher, Ohm; W. 8. Wiso,
Hilo; O. R. Blacow, Hamakua.
Christian worker's meoting at
Methodist Episcopal ohurch this
afternoon nt i o'clock.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
II. V. M'll.U IOTA NONS WIN TIIIIIK
Ilnlivn 4'mii t'linoK-I'Mer llluh I
tlvillril Uplift In Ktiill mi
11. W. Schmidt & Sons' suit
against tho Uoynl lufiuranro Co.,
ou a policy of fire insurance made
out to n Cliinotio storekeeper on
Kuuai, has beou decided in favor
of tho plaintiffs ou tho defendant's
appeal from judgment nccordiug
to n jury's verdict. Justico Whit
ing is tho writer of tho decisive
opiuiou. It holds that tho trial
Judge in tho Circuit Court pro
perly refus.ed to give instructions
to tho jury which nssumod facts
as proved, the proof of which
should bo left to the jury. Also,
that whore the charge givon sulli
ciently atatoB tho law, tho refusal
to give instructions iu tho lang
uage requested affords no ground
of exception. A. S. Hnrtwoll,
Thurston fc Stanley and Kinney
& Ballon for plaintiffs; A. G. M.
Robertson for defendant.
Henry E. Cooper, Attorney
General ad intorim, has filed an
appoarnnco nud motion of inter
vener in each of the two Japanese
haboas corpus cases. In the case
of tho Jnpaneso who woro brought
hero by tho Kobe Immigration
Co., ho claims that their passage
was prepaid from Jnpnn by that
company, that tho contracts nnd
ngrcomonts undor which thoy
havo come woro uot approved by
the Board of Immigration, that
said board had rejected tho appli
cations for tho importation of the
petitioners, and that the Kobo
Immigration Co. had entered into
an undertaking to pay tho peti
tioners for ilamnges aud compen
sation, in dofault of their being
entitled to laud iu this country,
for any violation of their agree
ment. For theso reasons it is
contended that tho attompt of Ka
do Ukichi nnd his associates iu the
petition to lnud iu this country is
Iu the case of Tnku and others,
the Attorney Geuoral iu effect
claims that tho rejection of thorn,
by the iuspoctiug officer who ex
amined their qualifications for
lauding, is to bo taken us final,
as no appeal was taken to tho
Collootor General and tho Col
lector Goueral is about to doport
them from tho country.
J. K. Prendorgast vs. S. K. Ma
hoe, appeal from tho District
Court of Waialua, was sottlod he
foro Judgo Perry today by n con
fession of judgment without in
terest by defendant which tho
plaintiff accepted. Judgment was
entered for S57.10 and costs S7.80.
J. K. Kahookano for plaintiff; J.
K. Kaulia for defendant.
Tho following cauos from tho
Fourth Judicial Circuit havo boon
added to tho calendar of the
March term of the Supremo
Court: J. R. Wilson vs. Sheriff
of Hawaii, Takamori vs. Kauai,
Cannrio et al vs. J. G. Sorrao.
Judgo Peiry has rendered a
decihiou dismissing tho bill in
equity of Peter High against
FrnnoiB Duun nnd E. A. F. Wol
tor. It is tho c.iso rolotivo to tho
Occidental hotol building. Tho
ground is that of jurisdiction, the
defendants' counsel claiming tho
caso 'was one of law and for a
jury. This position iu sustained.
Kiunoy & liallou nud A. S. Hurt
well for complainant; G. A.
Davis for respondents.
Nusur Itci'U lu Ohio.
Sngur boots nro to be planted in
Summit county, O., uext sum
mer na an exporiniont. If tho
boats yiold 12 por cout of sugar,
capital is re.idy to establish tho
buet-sugar iudustry tliero.
- II .1 III.
Tho Pannhou nud Kamohnmo
ha ball teams will play tho first of
a BoricB of matches nt tho Makiki
giouudB this aftoruoon. Admis
The Oelenllnl I'lmln Way nud Memm
t ilrl Into thp Utillrd Mute.
Tho Btrenm of Chineso emigra
tion to the Unitod Stato?, Canada,
tho West IndioB and South Amo
rica constantly increases in volume,
says a Into Montreal "Witness.
Almost overy incorniug vessel of
tho C. P II. ou the Pnc:fic mute
is crowded with Chine-e. Ti.
sttMiuers of this company havo af
forded an opportunity which
manifestly vast numbers were
awaiting. In Hpito of tho sovorih
f the United States law it is inlt
lo bo doubted that Itirgo nnmbers
obtain admission by devices whose
subtlety puzzlort tho iuiptctora
statioiiod alung tho bouniLiry line.
Those devices, though thoy have
beon in part exposed, havo never
leally buou fully understood. Tlio
conspiracy to ovndo tho luw is
widespivad in itu ramifications.
Tho Orient il intelloct is especial
ly adapted for intrigue, but, owing
to igumanco of occidental ways,
it had to ully itself with western
mindB for tho purpose of evnd
iug the luw. Indeed, it has been
aa d that a way was found of
milking frieuds with tho officers
who woro sworn to hoo tho law
oariicd out in all its severity. Be
that nu it may the Chinese still
obt'iin ndtnio'd"!! into I'mlM
States territory in express viola
tion of the statute in that case
made nnd provided.
" ij f
A IIOI'Mi: UAltlllNH.
fflr. nml Jt, Arlliur llnrrt'iin Killer
tulu FrlcixU nml Itclutlvca.
There was a very pleoBaut so
ciable party at the Harrison resi
dence on Alapai street near
Punchbowl last evening. It was
in tho nature of a "houso warm
ing" for tho elegant Btouo build
ing which tho family havo recent
ly moved into. Tho evening was
passed iu music nnd singing, iu
which many of thoBC present took
part. Tho accomplished playing
and vocalization of tho Misses
Nellio and Alico Rico added much
to the ploasuro of tho uffair. At
10 o'clook the guests wero ushered
iuto tho diuiug room whero nu
olnbornto spread nwaited them,
which comprised most of tho
delicacies of tho Benson. It was
n luto hour before tho party broke
Besides tho host nnd hostoss
thero woro present Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Sharpo, Mr. nnd Mrs. .1.
F. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B.
Reynolds, Mr. aud Mrs. Chns.
Crozier, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gus Sharpo,
Mr. and Mrs. Frod L. Waldion,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Mnuson,
Miss Nollie Rico, Miss Alico Rico,
Messrs. Harold and Robort
itlir llonlory Nulc.
On Monday, Jordan, tho Fort
street catoror to Honolulu ladies,
will place on his bargain tnblo
many hundred dozens of ladies'
hose and uudorvosts. Tho usual
roduction of 75 por cout will pro
vail. Ladies' silk hoso, that form
erly sol'd at $2.00 tho pair, nro
now offered at 50o. aud cotton hoso
can be had for Co. por pair. One
hundred dozen ladies' uudorvosts
nro offered nt (ijo. and 12 Jo. euoli.
Tho30 goods nre brand now not
shop worn and aro direct from
tho'faolory. It is not ovory day
that you can buy ribbed undor
wear nt thid low figure. Tho buIo
lasts one weok only.
Tho Wliiului; tluvHuvr.
Willinm Taylor, a Canadian by
birth but now a residuut of New
York, was winner in tho Now
York Tologram'B guoesing compe
tition in connection with tho pro
sidontial elections. His guoss of
697,397 plurality for MoKiuley
was only oight votes away from
tho actual CguroB. Ho is now en
titled to mako a trip round the
world ns tho guost of tho Tolo
gram. His oight year old sou do
sorvea much of tho credit for his
good fortune, having out out tho
coupons nud insisted on his
father's filling thorn in
CHINESE DOMINO FIENDS
mw i iik M.-n: is i-uvrn on
II N a Iteculnr llnnkliix nnl 1'rr-
ci'iitui-p Jiiiiiv, IHiiorlim i.niiri'l)
Iroiu llii CuiiiMklii, Ono.
lie unnie u
aro arrested nnd fined iu MiIr oitv.
diuois from thnt played by white
people. It is n regular banking
gamo and is run ou the same sys
tem ns roulette, faro, chuck-a-luok,
crnps aud other banking
gnmes. It may bo played with
nny number of dominoes. Thoro
was a big gamo going on in tho
Chineso quarters ou tho steamor
Chinn ou Thursday and this was
how it was played:
Tho dealer squatted ou tho deck
cross legged. Boforo him was n
cigar box containing tho bauk.
Iu this woro a vnrioty of coins,
both silver and copp"r,ianging in
vnluo fiom the Mexican dollnr to
tho Chineso cash. Tho imple
ments of his trado wero an ordi
nary CllllVim ninrinv nnnt in ivliw.1.
were thodominoe8,a littlo innocent-
loomug uos corresponding in
sizo and shnpo to ono of tho
diminutivo English prnyor books
and just capable of holding one
domino, and a pieco of oilcloth
on which woro painted in squares
tho characters expressed ou tho
domiuoes. In tho gamo witnessed
yesterday thero wero thirteen
equares and thirteen doraiuoos.
hen all is rendy to commence
tho denlor inserts tho littlo box,
OmptV and closed, into the I'nnvnn
sack with one hand. Tho othor
i8 grasped tightly nround the
mouth of tho sack aud tho wrist
of tho hand inside nnd prevents
anyone from catching a glunpso nt
tho douiiuooa. With the hand in
side tho dealer feels around until
ho finds tho hiddou spring which
throwB tho box open, insorts a
domino and closes tho box. Tho
hand is then slowly withdrawn
from tho Back and tho littlo box
exposed to plain view on tho lay
out as the pieco of oil
cloth is called. Betting thon
commences, tho object being to
guoss tho characters on the domi
no. TIiobo hotting place thoir
money ou tho squuro fancied or
they may tako in two squares by
placing it ou tho lino botwnon
or placing it on corners may tako
in throo or four squares. Whou all
tho bets are mudo tho box is hold
up in tho air and tho concealed
domino allowed l drop out. All
of the bets which aro uot included
in tho square corresponding to the
domino nro gathered in by tho
dealor forthwith. To those who
have bet on tho lucky s-quaro
Btrnight ho pays twolvo times tho
nmount of tho bet, to thoso who
hot on two squares ono of which
was the lucky ono he payo G for 1
nnd thoso who included tho win
ning uqimro in the threo or four
hot on aro paid proportionately.
Tho gnmo is strictly on tho
squuro, thoro boiug no possibility
of choating, ub tho bets aro mudo
after tho domino is put in tho box.
Were thoy mudo boforc tho dealer
might manipulate them by thoir
touch. Tho bonk pays at tho rato
of 11 for 1 and tho difference bo
twoen tho 11 paid aud tho 111 do
minoos represents his porcoutago.
It may bo plnyod with nny n um
ber of dominoes but tho bquarcs
on tho layout of courso must cor
respond to tho number iu tho
sack, while tho amount paid to tho
winnorB by tho bank vnrios no
cordingly, Any hot withiu tho
limit of tho bank is takou aud tho
doalor payB out and rakes in Mex
ican dollars nnd Chinese cash with
equal nonohalanco. It is for play
ing this banking gnmo that most
of tho Chineso gamblors iu Hono
lulu got pullod in ovory once ia a
Dr. C. B. High, doutist, gra
duate Philadelphia Deutnl Col
lego, 1892. Masonic Tdh'iple. ,
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