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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1897.
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Bole Agents for tbo Ropublio of Hawaii
EC. GK J3I.ALRT,
401 Fort Streot.
Jeweler and Watcrimalep.
BJSST Having bought out tho entire
stock of J E. Gomes I am prepared
to furnlnh Flrstolass Jowelry at rea
WatcrunaUng am Repairing a Sjecialty.
I6T Native Work of all kinds. Also
Architect and Superintendent
E&, Office: 305 Port streot,
Sprockela' Block, Room 5.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
Ui;sriN of notrroits' Heavier
TO riANTA-MON I.AIIOIll.ltS.
IlUliiUtnt or n l.lbel Suit t'lci-pllnno
v to Circuit CutirlllueUlon
Thnrstou & Stauley have filed
oxceptionB of defendant to tho de
cision in J. A. Magoon vs. S.
In'tho libel case of J. E. Gomes
va. Hawaiiun Gazette Company,
called bofore1 Judgo Poir'y this
morning, the plaintiff mado no
appearnnco. W. R. Custlo, for
tlio defendant moved that tho
cause bo dismissed with right of
reinstatement on cause shown,
and that plaintiff be ordered to
pay $32 witnesses' fees and VS3
attorney's foo for attendance.
Granted. Tho suit is Boveral
years old, and was brought on
account of a uows item in the Ad
vertiser about an opium scizuro.
Judgo Porry tofay adjudged
W. S. Bartlett bankrupt on his
own petition, granting a reserva
tion of household neceBsarios not
to exceed S300 value. Liabilities
$1000, assets nominal. O. Greigh
ton for petitioner. Proof of claims
will bo on tho 31st inst.
W. S. Edings, attornoy, has
filed an affidavit that ho mailed
summons, etc., in James J. liyrno
vs. John Alien and others, to A.
Feck, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
Summons has been served on
J. 13. Athertou, as ageut of tho
Paia Plantation Company, for a
suit to bo prosecuted, at tho May
term, against that corporation by
Dr. J. H. Raymond. The plain
tiff claims $250 for servicos ren
dered as a physician and surgeon
to a Japanese laboror, at defen
dant's special instanco and request,
ut Wailuku, MaUi, last October.
Judgo Perry has signed an
order directing the trustee to pay
costs of court and counsel foes, in
their bill in equity for instructions.
Tho costs amount to $23.75, and
counsel fees $500 to Einnoy &
Ballon, attorneys for Mrs. O. L.
Carter, and $500 to A. S. Hartwell,
attorney for the minor children of
O. L. Carter, deceased. These
sums are to be paid out of tho
ono sixth interest of tho late 0. L.
Carter, which tho trustees state to
SAVED FROM DROWNIKU.
ONI KiUIta riotierimui Ilocned by
Wbilo the steamer Kuala wua
booming along under full steam
this forenoon, a strange-looking
objeot was sighted in the water
just off tho mouth of tho harbor.
As the steamer passed by, tho
strange objeot throw up a pair of
arms. Captain Moshor ordered a
boat loworod, and in fivo minutes
tho boat was alongside with an
exhausted old roan lying in the
bottom. Tho boat was not hoist
ed aboard, but was towed into
port bohind tho steamor.
Tho man was a fisherman
named Kailimai, about 70 years
of ago. Ho was out fishing in .his
canoo, when a tremendous wave
swamped tho canoo and washed
hira into tho sea. When picked
up, tho old fellow was clinging to
n big calabash to hnlp keop him
afloat, but could not havo held on
much longer, his logs having be
come cramped. IIi'h clothing con
sisted of a shirt and coat and a
big hat. Tho canoe was about
1C0 yards away from hira.
Unable to find anything of n
local n'aturo to work on, tho
rumor fioud got up a story last
night to the effect that the Rio
Janeiro passengers had brought
word that hostilities had already
broken out botweon England and
Russia ovor tho Greek question.
Of course there was nothing in tho
ITEMS FROM THE ORIENT!
Ill IS (IF kih I'ltOTI iii.i:sr,
AMI JtlM.NINK lVI'i:ilN.
Fludluir nl ll.c II...II.-M of tilt. 4.li.lii
nnd Mont's Crew l tlio llrllMl I
i'rul.er NnrclNH. .
The Kaiser, German flagship,
left Hongkong for Aiuoy on tho
Tho Narcissus, Uyitish man of-
war, left Nagasaki on February 23,
A big fire took placo in Kiangso
'on tho 15th ujt., and between 30
and 10 houses wero destroyed.
Tho amount collected in Hong
kong for tho Indian Famine Re
lief Fund on Fobruary 22, was
Two Japaueso toachors havo
just boon engaged to teach their
language to Btudents of the Tung
won Collego, Canton.
Eighty nine Japanese Iaborors
returnod to their native land from
the French colony of 'New Culed
onia by tho Tokio-maru. Thoy
wero absent 5 yeorn nnd brought
back as tho fruits of their labors
an average of $1000 eaoh.
Now, nearly half a year after
tho tragedy of tlioir death, it is
1 earned that the bodio3 of Captain
aing and tho others of hi boat's
crew who wero drowuod from the
British aruisor Narcissus near
Groomvitoha Hay, iu Soptem
ber, wore shortly afterward found
thrown up by tho waves and wero
buried by somo Japanese sailors.
Tho report states: "That it having
been discovered that a Japanese
sailor and four others arrived at a
place 1 miles south of Groomvit
oha Buy on Soptorabor 30 last,
they found somo corpses washed
up by the sea and in the pockets
of tho outer garmont of one of
them, a gold watch, rings and bouio
other jowelry. Thoy hauled the
bodies up and covered them up.
On their rotum to Japau thoy
Bold tho watch, ringB, etc., to a
dealer, for which they were arrest
ed and put in prison. The jewel
ry," concludes tho roport, "has
been altered (smelted down) and
the watoh caso taken off. The ro
maindor of tho watch and rings
havo been Bent to tho Narcissus
to bo sent home." Rising Sun.
And HUH Another.
On the 8th pago of tho Bulle
tin appears an advortisomont to
day that explains itself agonuino
closing out sale to bogin on April
1 will tako placo at the Temple of
Fashion. Mr. ,Silva intends to
close out his outiro stock and re
tire from business, Tho death of
a grandparont in Portugal com
pels Mr. Silva to rotum to his
old homo. Tho Templo of Fashion
will bo closed March 29, 30 and
(31, in older to allow Mr. Silva
uuu lus sincrotihou slatt of clerks
a chanco to remark his ontiro
stock of forty odd thousand dol
lars in dry goods. Evory piece
of goods in the establishment will
bo put down-to 25 percent below
tho aotual cost price, and that this
is a bona fide offer you are re
quested to get prices from other
stores and compare them with tho
plain figures you find marked on
every piece of goods in tho Tem
ple of Fashion. And re'collect this
salo does not open till April 1,
Kioegor Pianos,swootost in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Wnrorooms at
G. West's, Musonio Templo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Store Tun
ing and repairing. USB Tele
With a largo lot of goodB just
reooivod by ( tho Australia aud
Amy Tumor, tho Paoifio Hard
ware Co. havo another invoice of
tho favorito Univorsal Stoves and
Ranges. Somo sizes wero sold as
soon as sot up, but another sup
ply has beon ordored.
11KMH FROJI 1IILO.
TlieRovernnirnt Aldlnrln "lown Im
provement. Charles II. Fairor will havo
charge of Theo. H. Davies & Co.'s
store at Hilo.
AUOtUer Ulg WllOIOialO Ury goods
firm of HoUolulll Will stllft II
branch llUUHft n.f Hiln.
The Uovortiment is advertising
a collectiou of old shanties on
Bridge streot, Hilo, for sale. Thoy
are a frightsomo oyosore.
Samuel Parkor is preparing a
tract of 5000 acres of land for sub
division. Applications for lots of land in
tho now Eaiwiki district the
opening of which was announced
in tho Bulletin latoly havo been
coming inlivoly, thoTribuuo says.
A. B. Looboustein, land agent,
has returned to Hilo after survey
ing a great deal of land for sottlo
raont iu Komi, Kohala and Wai
mea districts. He is enthusiastic
over tho quality of soil, tho
abundance of game, etc., in the
regions gone over. x
Tho Goomuieut lins notified
proprietors along Waianuonue
street to movo tlioir buildings off
tho line of projected widening of
that thoroughfare by tho end of
Tho plans for tho business
building of tho Hilo Morcuutilo
Company show an ologant struc
ture, 40 ft. by 80 ft., two stories,
plate glass front, electric olovator,
. L. T. Grant is president and
W. H. Smith secretary of tho
Hilo Whist Club.
At Almoit XutlitltR.
Is what E. W. Jordan says
when you inquire tho prices of
oorsots aud ladies' shirt-waists.
Thompson's glove fitting corsets
that formerly sold at $4.00 are go
ing at 50c tho pair and tho cele
brated P U. goods aro reduced
from $3.50 to $1.50 each. Shirt-i
waists ? Well, I should Bay so !
I am selling them this week cheap
er than you can got tho sewing
done for. Anywhere from 40o up is
the price, but, to return to corsets,
if you want a good quality corsot
at a cheap figure just como up to
tho store aud look at tho stock
that is going at 25o each.
Sow Flint lloat.
W. Iugate Balls is building a
whaleboat for tho Houolulu pilots
at his workshop in Hotel street.
It is 3G ft. G in. long and G ft.
G in. broad in tho middle. Tho
boat is being made particularly
strong, tho ribs being placed npar
togethor. Its soams aro battoned
on the inside. Five or six oars
will put it swiftly through tho
water, as tho modol is a lino ono.
There is also to bo capacity for
carrying a great sproad of sail
when occasion oilers. Tho body
of tho boat is of spruce. It will
bo n good and stiong, tight and
speedy pilot boat. I
Tho. t'nrlcr Monument Fund.
Editoii Bulletin: In common
with many others of tho Citizons'
Guard I subscribed $10 to tho
fund which wuh proposed to bo
ruised for the erection of a monu
ment to tho memory of Chos. L.
Oartor, I would liko to know
what progress is boing mado to
ward tho purchase of a monument
or whether the movement will re
sult in a fiasco similar to that of
tho Kalakaua Monument Associa
tion. I paid tho money to Mr.
Lightfoot. Oitizenb' GuAitD.
The Fall Koad.
Minister King said this morn
ing that, as soon as Survoyor
Brunor gets through sotting tho
necessary stakes on tho lino of
tho new Pali road, ho will ask
for tenders for doing tho work. It
is proposed to let out tho job in
two sootions if it can bo arranged
that ono contractor will not inter
fere or get iu tho way of tho
HIS MAJESTY OF SIAM
MAY FAY IIS A VISIT IN A FEW
4.lM11P0 ,r ,ncr Cooper I.. I)lllle
llln riilcrUliinieul Appropriation
- -Rnlnir to Hie Jnhllrr,
Minister of Foroigu Affairs
Coopor may yet havo a chance to
speud somo of that $3000 voted
him by tho last Legislature for
the purposo of ontcrtaining visit
ing potentates and princelings.
It was expected that somo 6f it
would go toward the entortaiu
inont of Li Hung Chang, but he
passed by without kuowing what
tho Parndiso of tho Paoifio had in
storo for him, and Honolulu peo
plo lost u ohance of seeing China's"
grand old man.
Now it is announcod that ma
jesty itself may pay Houolulu a
visit of a few hours sometime
next autumn, and in no less n per
sonago than the King of Siam
himsolf, who. according to the
Siam Froo Prose, has definitely
arranged to visit Eugland in Juuo
next to bo present at tho celebra
tiou of Queen Victoria's diamond
jubilco. ' His Majosty will travel
by a Siameso vessel. Tho pro-
"gram so far arrangeefcis as follows:
lno iuuliacuakri leaves Bangkok
about tho first week in April aud
procoods direct to- Genoa, whoro
tho yacht will bo left to follow,
and tho royal party will proceed
by train. 'Halts will bo mado iu
Italy, Switzerland and Euglaud,
whero tho King will roinain
during tho celebrations in Juno.
From England tho royal party
will prococd by the Mahaohkri to
Swedon, Denmark, and St. Peters
burg, where another long Btay
will bo made. His Majesty deems
it right and propor that as tho
present Czar has visited Siam tho
compliment ehould bo returnod
by a Siamose visit to Russia. It
is surmised tho King may possi
bly como back abont next
September, when an effort will bo
mudo to induce His Majesty to
travol via tho United States, the
Mahachakri mooting tho return
ing fparty at Hongkong or ono of
tho Japan ports.
hkavy, iiaink i(i:iouri:o.
lint lluxvull mid Kauiil Aro tho Only
Tho Kiunu brings nows of very
heavy rains iu Hauiakua and Olaa
'districts on Hawaii. At Olaa it
rained so hard for threo days that
work on tho coffee plantations
was almost impossible.
Senator Northrup, who is in tho
city from Kohala, says that dis
trict has also beon visited by a
plenteous downpour. Everything
is looking prosperous iu Kohala,
so Mr. Northrup roports, and
tho yield of sugar from tho
mills now griudiug is oxceoding
expectations und will bo ahead of
anything yet turned out. Since
tho rains the glowing cano looks
Reports from Olaa say that tho
coffoo trees overywhoro aro doing
finely, but that some damago to
vegotablo gardens nnd coffeo nur
series is boing caused by cutworms.
Thero is a goueral domaud iu the
district for something to eradicate
Kauai has beon well saturated
with rain during tho past weok,
but for some reason Jupiter
Pluvius has foigottou that Oahu
and Maui are sadly in need of n
A G-rooraed cottago, stables
and sorvant's qnartors, situate on
Wildor avenue. Largo grounds
woll laid' out and planted with
fruit aud ornamental trees; ono
full set of furiiituro and cooking
stove can roinain iu tho houso if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King stroot.
TO BE WEDDED TONICHT
MIIMIII.S OF JllfiS IfATK MMJIIKM
AMI Illl. COOFKIt.
Itrrt-iuion lo lit) Held Afleruuril ut
llio llniiio orilio llrliln' Furcum
At 8 o'clock this evening at St.
Andrew's cathedral, which has
been prettily decorated for the
occasion, Rev. Alexander Mackin
tosh will perform tho ceremony
which will mako Dr. Charles B.
Coopor and Miss Kate McGrow
man and wife. Tho popularity
of both contracting parties will
insiuo a very large attendance of
frionds both during tho ceremony
and at tho recoption which will bo
held ut tho McGrow residence
Thobrido will bo attended by Miss
Gay as maid of honor. Her brides
maids will bo Miss Widdifiold,
Miss Damon, Mjob Halatead and
Miss Pauahi Judd, Dr. Raynioud
will officiate as best mau for tho
groom, and Dr. Murray, Major J
V Jones, Major G G Potter and
Marshal" Brown will be the ushers.
Immediately after tho ceremony
tho young couplo will bo drivon
to tho residence of tho bride's
parents, whero they will hold a
recoption. 1'ho first weok of the
honeymoon will bo spent nta quiot
rotreat noar town, tho exact location
of which the Bulletin is asked
not to divulge. On April 1 Dr.
Cooper nnd his brido will leave
by tho Mononai for a threo
mouths visit to tho Stat03, most
of which will bo spent in tho city
of Now York, whore tho doctor
will nut in mnnlu nf Ilia timn in
visiting tho hospitals and picking
up tho latest ideas in medicine
and surgoiy for Bubsequout use
The young pooplo, both ot
whom nro oxtromely popular in
Honolulu society, will receive
many costly nnd beautiful tokon,s
of good will and nffoctioii from
their many friends in this city
HAWAIIAN .NATIONAL LKAGUt.
Friijcctrd OrKMilcntluii Announced
, Iu it lllln Fupor.
"S. L. Varedeal" is tho signa
ture of a lottcr from Honolulu in
tho Hilo Tribune, proposing a
couvontion in this oity to form
tho Hawaiian National League. ,
Tho object of tho promoters, who
ever thoy are, "is to sustain tho
Republic of Hawaii," and their
doctrines are slated as below:
"Thoy aro opposed to annexa
tion to auy country. Thoy favor
abrogation of any treaty which
may thieatou civilization, or givo
to ono raco supremacy. They '
believe that wo should all bo Ha- '
waiians undor ono flag, and dis
courage a displaj of favoritism to
auy other country uuless by
treaty of equal advantage
"Thoy boliovo tho monarchy to
bo forcvor dead, and will protest,
by forco if uecossary,again8t any at-
tempt to ro establish it.Thoy boliovo
that tho Monroo dootrino will
protect tho Rcjniblio against any
outside iutoifereni'o. Thoy bo
liovo iu educational qualification
frauohiso. They havo faith iu tho
piesout Administration and pledge
themselves tp support the ConslU
tution of the Republic."
A VOIOC PKOM T11L llLKACItEi.S.
Local interest In tho ciicket games
as reilvcted from the "bleachers" Is In
creasing. During Saturday's games
the "bleachers" were particularly vo
ciferous and kept the players uwler a
running flro of good natured banter.
Ono small boy brought down tho
crowd by advising tho batsmnn to "go
buy a case of Jtninler Heer and get
6omo life In you." The crowd applaud
ed tho remark, knowing that lSalnler
Iieer is celebrated for ita in ii'orating
and strength-giving piopcnsitlcs.
On tap or in bottles at the Criterion,