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Vol. III. No. 577.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1897.
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' Read what Ayor's Sarsaparilla did
,for tho ltov. Z. P. Wilds, a woll.
known city missionary in 2few York
and brother of tho lato eminent
"I was for many years a sufferer
from boils and other eruptions of a
liko nature, caused by tho impover
ished state of my blood. My appe
tito was poor and my system a good
deal run down. Knowing tho valuo
of Ayr's Sarsaparilla, by observa
tion of tho good it had done to others,
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cent, stronger, and I attribute this
roault to Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which
I recommend villi all confldenco as
tho best blood medicino over
For all disorders resulting from
poor or corrupted blood and general
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Bole Agents for tho Itepnblio of Hawaii.
Wo have jupt received a line
of GRASS LINENS ofEX
TREMBLY FINE QUAL
ITY and are safe in Haying
they are the finest over im
' is muoh superior to silk in
appearance and there in no
c unpariHon whatever in the
wear. We have thorn in
White and Colors
401J Tort Street.
Jeweler arid Vatcrim&Ke
gjgr Having bought out the entire
stock of J" E. Gomes lam prepired
to furnlhh First-class Jewelry at rea
Walcliaiiig and Repalrlna a Specialty.
W&T Native Work of all kinds. Also
FRANCIS DUNN, -Architect
IB, Office: 305 Fort street,
Sprockels' Block, Room 5.
faa&iJiiL. . jutJtkrtdAAtiu .ism. w ar.jA m
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
31 All AMU TltOVNSnWN 1'OIITION
I'KO.M I.ANI HXt.V.
Ciiiiriliiiii.lilp or Allrcoit Nprtnlthrlll.
.lIurtciiKe AtlHckvd lor Krnuil
1 RobinBon vs. Robinson is be
fore Judge Perry this afternoon
mu motion to sot caiiBofor hearing
km its merits.
Exceptions of plaintiff, in
Weedon vs. WatorhouBO, to Judge
Porry's inling on defendant's
motion to tax costs have beon
Lniza da Gloria Marcallino, rs
guardian of hor minor children,
has, filed n bond of $1000 with
Judgo Perry as surety.
Judge Carter has signed a de
cree confirming tho salo of real
proporty made by J. F. ?Jorgan
for tho executors of tho estato of
tho late Dr. Trousseau, and order
ing the said oxecntors, Bruoo
Cartwright and H. E. Molntyro,
to pay to Rladamo Trousseau tho
fum of $1303.12. being no sixth
of tho Bum. of 48178 75, tho net
proccodrj realized for Baid real
Glaus Spreekels & Co. and
Cecil'lirown, administrator of the
estato of Walter M. Gibson, de
ceased, have brought a bill to
forecloso u mortgage ngainst Kia
Nahaolelua- and Elizabeth K.
Nahaolelua. Resides the princi
pal of $1000 in a uote secured by
tho mortgage, interest of $395.83
is claimed to tho 31st day of
March, 1897. Tho lands under
raortgagb are shunted at Lahaina.
James W. Lloyd, assignee iu
bankruptcy of 8iu Moi Keo alias
Ly Sin Moy.bas brought proceed
ings in equity against Sing Tai
Kee Comp.iuy, an unregistered
Chinese copartnership, to declaro
void a raortgugo made by the
bankrupt to tho defendant compa
ny "for the purpose of securing
the repayment of a pretondod sum
ot tweuty two hundred dollars."
James It. Holt Jr., as temporary
guardian of the persons and pro
perties of John D Holt and Jus.
It. Holt, Hpondthrifts, has filed a
bond of $500 with A. Rosa as
curety. The petition for guardi
an-hip is signed by Junius It.
Holt Jr. and R. V. Holt, paternal
nephews of the alleged spend
thrifts, who are summoned
to show cause on the 21st inst.
why the letters of guaidiatiBhip
should uot he made permanent
lu the action to quiet title of
11. Keknlukulu et al. vs. O. 13.
Mailo et hI., astipulation has been
filed by W. A. Kinney aud A. G.
M. Robertson, attorneys for (he
iepeutivt parties, to the effect
that plaintiffs will hold defend
ants harmless imamst any claim
for back rout collected of Ah In,
aud defendants iu turn will with
diuw their appeal una the deci
sion rendered by Judjje Perry and
roimont that judgment thereon bo
entered forthwith. Judgment is
enteied accordingly. The land in
question is situated at Waialua.
Minify Iimiliiiif xiirillllmi,
By tho Mariposa due on Thurs
day will leave Messrs. Cowart and
Rirkpatrick, founders of tho local
Hagey Institute, with their fami
lies, J. B. Daniels and family aud
L. 0. Abies. The gentlomou of
this party will oudeavor to found
institutes for practising the Ilagey
ouro for iiiebriety, elo., in Now
Zealand, Australia and South
Africa. Tho expedition is accom
panied by the good wishes of this
Cannot lie itlityornnd Governor.
Lansing, Mich., March 19 Tho
Supremo Court of Michigan de
cided today that tho office of
Mayor of Detroit became vacant
whon Hnzen S. Pingreo took tho
oath of ofiico as Governor of
Michigan on January 1. A new
election must be held to elect a
now Mayor for Detioit.
NATIONAL (IIIAUU TROPHY.
Corrcinndncr on the Prenriitntlon
by Co ii an I Wilder. j
Tho following correspondence,
says tho Call, oxpltuus in official
terms the tonder and nccoptauceof
tho beautiful trophy won by tho
National Guardsmen from tho
Hawaiian team of marksmon:
Hawaiian Consulate General,
San Francisco, March 18, 1897.
Lioutenant Colono) Victor D.
Duboce, commnndliig First Rupi
meut Infantry, N.G.C. San Fmn
cisco, Cal. Sir: On bohnlf of
tho National GUord of Hawaii, I
have tho honor ta. inclose here
with an ardor on 'Mnnnrn. RIitava
& Co. for the trophy cup which
was won by your command in tho
international shooting contost with
Trusting lhal thih token will
help commemorato tho pleasant
memories of nn interesting event
and that it will servo to stimulate
tho fiiendly rivalry now existing
between tho members of the
guards of both countries, I havo
the honor to bo, sir, your most
Chas. T. Wildkh.
PntHT Regiment Infantry,
N. G. C.
San JiV.ANCibUo, March 19, 1897. J
Hon. Charles T. Wilder, Hawai
ian Consul-General Dear Sir;
On bohalf of the First Regimeut
Infantry, N. G. 0., I havo tho
honor to acknowledge the receipt
of the very handsome trophy cup,
which, on behalf of the First Re
giment of Hawaii, ynu have pre
sented, and assuro you that tho
same will be ever, treasured for
tho pleasant momories aBsociuted
with a friendly contest, which
has attracted more than ordinary
interest as nn international event
and adding a link in the chain of
bouds between Hawaii and our
1 further dosiro to oxpress to
you personally our appreciation
for your courteous efforts and in
terest in tho affair.
Kindly convoy ourcomplimouts
to tho ollicors of the First Regi
ment, National Guard of Hawaii.
Very respectfully, your obediont
servant, Victor D. Duuoce,
Lieutouant Colonel Commanding.
NIIIMIZO AND UAI.I.Afillr.K
Judgo do lu Vvrcno Tikn llielr Cusn
In the District Court this morn
ing Judge do la Verguo took up
tho c'asps of Shimizu and Galla
gher charged with violating tho
Alien Act. J. A. Magoon appcar
e 1 for tho prosecution and W. A.
Kinney and A. G. M. Ilobortson
for tho dofonse.
For tho prosecution George
Stratemeyer, Chester Doyle, Wray
Taylor, J. B. Castle aud othors
testified to the arrival of co1 tain
immigrants on theShiushiu-maru
anil the conueotiott of tho defen
dants f with their importation
through tho Kobo Immigration
Compauy. It was agreed that tho
testimony taken; in the Shimiu
case could ho used against Gal
laghor. lu tho lattor's cmo tho
prosecution mtioduced a copy of
tho Hawaiian Commercial Journal
containing an miveitisemeiit of
Gallagher's appointment as agent
of tho Kobe Immigration Com
pany as evidence of such agency.
For tho defense Gallagher tes
tified in his own bohalf and in
troduced a copy of a lottor writton
by hira to tho Minister of Foreign
Affairs together with ono of tho
contracts on which the immi
grants enmo. It was olaimod by
counsel for tho defeuso that these
contracts wore not such as those
provided for iu the Alien Act and
consequently there was no viola
tion of tho statuto. Judgo Ma
goon on tho other baud claimed
that tho wording of tho contract
made no difference
At the conclusion of tho argu
ments tho Court took tho case
under advisement until tomorrow
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ANNUAL MEETING HELD
1UONU MK.VS OIIHISTIAN ANNO.
1'IA'IION Kl.l't'rs OI'I'ICMIN.
Trrnmtrcr Jntir.'n Aitoiml Miilrnipnl
of HpeclnlN mid nMinriritieiii
Itciiorlt ol Viirioii Committer.
A large proportion of tho mem
bora of tho Honolulu Young Men's
Christian Association assembled
at thoir hall last evening to hear
tho reports of tho officors and
committees for the year and olect
Secretary Coleman roported
that handball courts woro being
added lu thu g muaoiuui, which
would increaBo the interest in
that department. Sinco his ar
rival tho gymnasium classes had
boon reprgauized aud tho atten
dance was now on' tho increase.
Tho following financial stato
meut of E. A. Jones, tho treasurer,
Balance, nn per state
ment S 0 013
Received from pledges
r.ed do!i'itioo . . . 2.fiC2 00
Iteceivod from member
ship dues 737 50
Received from rent of
hall and room 323 00
Received from salo of
old books 48 85
Received from locker
(liiex 17 00
Received from collec
tions 10 25
Total 452,713 55
Salaries $1,819 75
Electric light.......... 588 C4
Papers and periodicals
for reading room 221 20
Printing and advertising . 180 55
H. E. Coleman's travel
ing expenses 150 00
Furnishings 1GG 03
Entertainments 110 70
Now Yoar outortoin-
ments 25 70
Ico.bills 80 75
Stationery Gl 84
Gymnasium 83 00
Books and pnmphlots... 58 85
Sundries 41 00
Water rates 2G 25
Organ playing at jail.. . 24 00
Telephone 22 50
Poalngo i . .' 21 89
Ropairs 2' i 32
Total 3,702 97
Balauco cash on hand.. 10 58
a. J. .uowroy was olecloU a
mombor of the Board of Trustees
to fill tho vacancy caused by tho
resignation of C. M. Cooko.
Tho following ollicors woro
olectod for tho year next ousuiug:
President A. B. Wood.
Vice President W. It. CaBtlo.
Treasurer Willard E. Brown.
Rocording Secrotary W. A.
Directors Olivo Davies and
Philip II. Dodgo
A G-roomed cottage, stables
nnd sorvnnt's quarters, situate on
Wildor avenue. Largo grounds
well laid out and plauted with
fruit aud ornamoutal treos; ono
full set of furniture and cooking
stove can remain in tho houso if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King street.
Killed by aI'ltEilmiiinus" Illonr.
Philadelphia Pa., March 19.
Edward Gibbous and Jack Perry,
amateurs, sparred tonight at the
Banner Club. Perry tried tho
Fitzsimraons blow and landed
over Gibbons' hoart The latter
collapsod uud, died in half an
Now suitings and pants patterns
nro arriving by every mail steam
or for L. B-.lorr. Ho sells a singlo
yard at wholosalo prices.
japa.vn sew :rjiuii;xcv.
Gold .Htnndnrd at Ono t Tlilrty-to
and OncThlril Adopted.
A Japan paper says tho now
currency measure of that country
contains twonty articles of which
tho following nro tho principal:
1. The standard of exchancro
should bo gold; silver, nickpl, aud
copper pieces being employed as
2. Tho staudard gold coins
shall bo 900 fine; subsidiary coins,
3. Tho ratio botwoon gold nud
silver shall bo 1 to '61.
4. Tho present one-yen gold
coin shall bo equivalent to two
5. Tho gold coins shall bo of
tho denominations of five yen, ten
yen aud twenty yen.
G. The silvor subsidiary coins
shall bo of tho denominations of
fifty sou, twonty-fivo son, and ton
sen; tho nickol subsidiary coins
shall bo of the denomination of
five sen; and tho copper subsidi
ary coins Bhtill bo ot tho denomi
nations of one sen, ton son, nnd
7. The present ono yon silvor
coins shall bo oxohauged for the
now gold coins as soon as the la't
ter are 'struck. It shall bo com
oeteiit for tho Minister of Stato
for Fiuanco to fix a limit of timo
for tl? circulation of th'o present
one-yen -silver coins.
8 The now convertible notes
shall bo of tho denomination of
five yen and upwards. The old
convertible notes shall circulate
as before, but tho3o of smaller de
nominations than five yon shall
bo exchangeable against subsidi
9. Tho same system of curren
cy Blmll bo introduced in For
inbsa us in Japan proper.
10. This law shall go into
operation from tho first day of
tho Kith month of tho 30th yoar
of Moiji Oct. 1, 18971.
flHttXE Ann TIIR OHKEKN.
Timely IararmntloH on the Conntry
to Which All Kyea nre Illrretnl.
Greece has a population of
No part of Greoce is forty miles
from tho. sea.
Greece iB a littlo largor than
ono half of Pennsylvania.
Hellas is tho unmo by which
tho Grcoks call their country.
Tho roval palaco of AthotiB,
built by Kiug Otto, cost $2,500,
Grooco has a longer coast Hue
than that of Spain nud Portugal
About ono half of tho popula
tion of Greoce aro shepherds and
Tho present King of Grooco.
George I, camo to tho thrnno in
18G3 at tho ago of 17.
The Greek Hag ia a whito cross
on a blue k round tho Ilavarian
colors nnd tho Greok cross.
Kinc Goorco of Groeco is a
brothor of the Princess of Wales
and of the raothor of tho Czar of
Tho standing army of Greece
consists of 10,230 infantry, 3120
cavalry, 3182 artillory, 1030 eu
giueors and 3100 ollicors.
Tho legislative power of Greoce
iB vested in a singlo body, called
the Boulo. Tho members nro
elected by tho people overy four
The, prosont boundary limits of
Grooco woro determined by nn
arratigomont by Groat Britaiu,
France, Russia nnd Turkoy July
Com prawned Air .TIolor.
Somo rocout tosts mado -with
compressod air cars on one of tho
street railway linos in Now York
showed that when running at tho
rate of twonty miles an hour tho
car could be stopped without a jar
within littlo mora thnn its own
longth. It was also shown tho
cars could run tou miles with but
ono chargo of air. It is possible,
thorcforo, that tho ago of eloo
trioity may somo day give way to
tho ago of comprosBod air. Tho
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cimioiJ.N .iii.vrum: oi' oi:iikmox
I'nrnmlnrtnlilp PimIHoii of tint llellr-
line Prealdrnt l:xcinllllo4 hI
Our inauguration customs aro
a singular mixturo of tho cere
monial of royalty aud tho simpli
city of American democracy,
writes tho Washington corres
pondent of tho New York Even
ing Post. Tho . calls, just one
hour apart, which tho Presi
dent and President elect ex
change aro very ceremoni
ous. Each is as busy as he can
be, and it is no small hardship to
comply with thiu bit of etiquette.
Tins year, President Cleveland,
to add to his discomfort, hnd a
lame foot, nnd it was with con
siderable difficulty that ho could
get about; and his desk was piling
uigu wnn logisiuuvo measures
demanding his consideration in
the lust crowded hours of tho ex
puiug Congress. Aud yet this
ceremonial was carried out in duo
form aud with the usual show of
interest. On each of tho calls,
that of Mr. McKiuloy at tho
Whito House and of Mr. Cleve
land at the Ebbilt House, the
weather is said to have been the
only topic broached iu convorsa
tioiij On inauguration day tho in
coming President is for tho first
part of tho time tho guest of his
predecessor, and for the rest of
tho day his entertainer. Tho two
men aro vory close together from
the timo thoy start for tho capital'
in tho morning till tho new Pre
sident gets through the long ride,
up tho avenue to hin place on the,
reviewing stand, and then the old
President Blips away to tho nearest
railway station or river landing
and is hurried out of town. While
tho relations between tho two
Presidents nro thus so closo, tho
custom that h'as grown up in re
gard to the inaugural address
seems rather harsh nnd uncivil.
In that address the now Presi
dent, for nil practical purposes,
tells tho peoplo what tremendous
mistakes have beon made by tho
preceding administration, nud tho
heroic measures which ho pro
poses to adopt for thoir relief.
This is no more true of Mr. Mo
Kinloy's inaugural address tho
other day, than of the addresses of
Mr. Glovoluud four and twelve
years ago, and of Gou. Harrison
eight years ago. It is au tuovita
blo result, of tho system of treat
ing public topics in nn inaugural
Tho spectators, in thoir boistor
ousness, point out plainly tho in
civility of this custom. Yestor-
day, for mstanco, when Presidont
McKiuloy refer rod to the nood of
bettor immigration laws in order
that we might havo n safer aud
highor citizenship, some heavy
voiced enthusiast iu tho waiting
crowd, who had in mind Presi
dont Cleveland's rocent immigra
tion veto, shouted lnstily:-"Tl.rtt's
one on you, Grovorl"This romark
was only n samplo of many which
camo to tho ears of tho diguitarioa
on the platfocm us tho inaugural
address was going on. Tho crowd
was so donso that tho policemen
could hardly bo responsible for
those lapses of order, aud so a
personal application to tho retir
ing Chief Executive was mado to
most of the significant uttorancos
of President McKinloy's address.
At tho reforonco to tho need of
gonorous pension legislation, for
example, several cries annouueed
that thoro would bo no more,-'
vetoes, and ono stripling shouted:
"What do you say to that,
Grovor ?" And on another occa
sion theso words rang upon tho
air: "Givo it to him, MoKinley !
That's what wo oloctod you for."
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