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Vol. III. No. 592.
HONOLULU, H.- I., FRIDAY, APllIL 23, 1897.
Piuob 5 Cknts,
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
' Published ovcry dny cicopt Sundny nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, II. 1.
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B. L. FINNEY, ManaEer.
Beautiful eyes cow dull and dim
As the swift years steal away.
Beautiful, willowy form o slim
Lose lalrne4 with i-vcry day.
But she still is queen and hatli charms to
Who wears youth's coronalbeautiful hair.
will preserve your hair, and thus pre
serve your youth. "A woman is as
old as she looks," says the world. No
woman looks as old as she is if her
hair has preserved its normal beauty.
You can keep hnir from falling out,
restoring its normal color, or restore
the normal color to gray or faded hair
by the use of
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the Kepublio of Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
April 21 and 22, 1897,
Such a Tweeds, Suitings, Iniukkin,
JCiitiifj.ini?, Doeskins, Trousering,
Serges, Flannels, Linen mid
Cotton Duck, Cottoumle,
Shirtinsr Tiliilitr;", Han-
. 1ms, Cotton', Etc.
Also, New Dress ami Fancy
Goods in Large Quantity.
ing, Shirts, Stockings;
Sheeting, BlntiketK, Quilts,
Towels, Cutlery,' Boots and Shoes,
WHITE - Sewing - Machines
On tt Liberal Credit to the Trade,
fiZF'AT THE STOKE 0Fia7
p. W. polmiufconf!
Von Holt Block, King Street.
EL Gr- J3IA.RT,
401 Fort Street.
Jeweler aid Watcmaer
gj&r Having bought out the eutlro
stock of J. E. Gomes I arn prepared
to furnish Flm-clasa Jewelry at rea
WalclmaklBg and Repairing a Specialty.
t&" Native Work of all kinds. Also
Architect and Superintendent
&S. Oflio: 305 Fort street,
Sprockols' Block, Koom 5.
THE BOARD. OF EDUCATION
inni'i:!iou- ji:.r.it.w, tovnsi:.i
.IIAItr.S A I.4INC KKI'OltT.
Aiipuliitiiiniila null tfti-ilaimlitiH
JrnitPK It. Hull iilHtlc School
Ascul Hi Walmiae.
At tlio regular meeting of the
ComiuifcBionerb of Education yes
terday nflurnoon thore wero pro
eout Professor Alexander, Mrs.
Dillingham, Mrs. Jordan, W. A.
Bowcn and H'. M. von Holt, mom
bors.and Inspector-General Town
eond and bis deputy, J. F. Scott.
After tbo reading of tbo ininutoB,
Mr. Scott presented a report, on
tbe offer of Mr. Lowrie to give
$100 worth of lumber in exchange
for tbo Waiawa school house and
lot, tho Bubstanco of which was
given in his remarks to the Board
at the last mooting and already
published in tho Bulletin.
Miss Camarn was appoint
ed assistant to Mr. Law
at tho Pahoehoe school for tho re
mainder of the school year. It
was ordered that tho children
horetoforo attonding tho Kahuluu
school beroquired to attend at
Puhoohoo iu future.
A petition from the teachers of
the Kaakopua- school for insido
blinds for tho school building
Miss Louisa Hapai was appoint
ed to the vacancy iu the Hilo
school caused by tho resignation
of Miss Louisa Brown.
Jamos 11. Holt was tendered
tho position of school agent nt
Tho creator part of the session
was occupied in discussing a very
long report from Inspector Gen
erafTownBend on the condition of
affairs in South Kona and especi
ally tho rocont troubles bo
tweon school agent Mills and T.
K. 11. Araalu. Tho recommenda
tions made by Mr. Towusend wore
finally adopted. As a result the
resignation of Mr. Mills as school
agent has been accepted. T. K.
11. Amalu is to bo notified by tho.
Secrotary that Mr. Mills had been
in tho right when ho demanded
the resignation of Mrs. S. Amalu,
nud that his eubsoqueut bitter
ness against tho school agent is
condemned. S. Amnlu is rein
stated iu tho Alao school and is
cautioned against using sovero
methods of corporal punishment.
Mr. Mills is to be informed thut
although right in tho first in
stance in removing Mra.S. Amalu
hio subsequent couroo 1ms not
mot with tho approval of the Com
inissionors. The buia ioi the extra tunciidta
umplojrri by Mr. Mills during
tho sqiiabblo wero allowed.
The AVarrimoo that is expectod
hero April 10 from Victoria will
bring n largo consignment of
Original Bock Boor for tho An
chor Saloon., While Ihuio has
boon Book Boor on tho Honolulu
market, it does not begin to com
paro with tho rousiguuiout that
tho Anchor will lmvo on tap nftor
tho arrival of tho Wurrimoo. The
reason for thio is that tho Hock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. Tho Book Beer in tho
States is made at tho first of tho
year and kept till May 1. Tho con
signment to arrivo is some of tho
origiual boor, and is guarantocd to
bo bettor than any Bock ovor im
ported. Wait for it. It will bo
on tap at tho Anchor uftor the
arrival of tho AVarrimoo.
Two prizes each for ladies and
goutloinou will bo givou at tho
Healaui raasquorado tonight.
Some of tho costumes lmvo boon
months iu preparing, while others
lmvo boon knocked together with
in a diiy or two past. Jt is oxpect
cd that tlioro will bo a largo at
toudauuo of spectators, ami tho
gallory of tho clubhouse has Leon
propuiud fur tluun.
Mlt.MlltY irilll'CIAKV ACCOUNT
To llnnkriiitcy Miittcrn-Htiardlati-alalia
or In.Hiin I'rrinil.
0. du ltoi, asBignoo in bank
ruptcy of Mrs. A. D. Friomaun,
has filed n potitiou for discharge,
which will bo hoard next Tuesday.
Ho is prepared to receipt for a
dividend of 10.02 emits iu the
Chin Sing and Tone Vn, part
uers iu tho Tin Ting Vai compa
ny, rice plantors below lolnui
collego, have petitioned to bo ad-'
judged bankrupt. They are in
volved to the amount of about
$1300. A. S. Humphreys is their
Maloka Mi, represented by J.
Q. Wood, attorney, has had her
petition granted by Judge Carter,
to be appointed guardian of J. K.
Mi, an insane porBon, undor $100
J. A. Magoou has filed a sheaf
of his accounts as guardian, sev
erally, of tho persons named hero
inbelow: Susan Brash, receipts $879, pay
ments $1345.73; balance duo guard
Jns. Love, receipts 8225."), pay
ments $1310.02; balance duo
Peter Manuel, receipts $320.02,
payments $319.75; balunco duo
tho word 87 cents.
Rnbocca l,oi!'irt F",:.uLi, rn
ceipts $7009.19, payments 82379.
07; balance due tho ward $5289.52
Tho Manuel listato, rocoipts and
payments each $2500.50.
David Manuel, rocoipts $293.80,
payments $253.35; balance due tho
II. Ilneklnld A Co. lit Krrrl l.arKC
IliilldiiiEN Iu the 7ia.tr I'titurc.
H. Hackfold it Co. are preparing
to grade tho lower portion of their
block fronting on Halokauila
street in readiness for the erection
of a largo iron warehouso which
will oxtend along the ontire front
of that street at present unoccu
pied. A concrete iloor to be
raised to tho level of the street is
to bo put in. Tho ironwork for tho
building itsolf is expooted on the
Paul lsonberg, now duo from
It is also said that wheu this
warehouse is completed woik will
bo commenced on a now building
of brick and stouo which is to oc
cupy thu corner of tho Huektold
property on Fort and Queen
streets. This structure is design
ed for the main oflioes of tho com
pany as well as warorooms, show
rooms, etc., for their extousivo
stock. Tho largo and increasing
business done by this firm makes
thoso improvomonts almost a no
- ;i;. 'pi - i...:i . i .
lined for tho ofnnes and 'ihowroTns
wnl bo U3cu for warohoiiso pur
poses aftor tho completion of tho
'I III: KKCOMI COMiltrUATIOX.
Aiiiiii.il Mrctlu at SI. Aiiilrrn'a
Ciitlifilr.il l.imt Nielli.
Tho tseeoiuj Oougiogutiun of
St. Andrew's Cathedral olectod at
its aunual mcotihg last ovoning
Cloorgo y. Harris and W. L.
Slanloy Church AVardens for the
ensuing year and othor ofiicors oft
follows: Sidosnion, 13. W. Jor
dan, J. W. Podmoro, A. St. M.
Mackintosh, John Eilluger, H. M.
Mist, Louis Mirandu, Arthur
Mackintosh and Ernest Boss;
Treasurer, T. M Sturkoy; Finance
Committee, the Church Wardens
with Tom Muy and W.M..Gruham;
Choir Committeo, 'lorn Mhv, W.
L. Stanley, J'. E. Wall, MmX. li.
Cooper aud Miss von Holt. Tho
Treasuior'a report showed tho
parish to bo iu a prosperous con
dition. This pnririh now constats
of upward of J000 souls, 3i!5 of
whom aro communicants. On
Easter Day 1-17 partook of the
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Ntiuumi streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Torms: 25
nut CO cants por night. $1, and
SI. 2fi pur wt't'k.
BATTLE FOR THE BOARDS
l'l.ACi: II V Iioril I.CHAI. COMlULKt'
ANIt IIMCIIANF. I
After At I n n I utc in llin ;nrl llir
NrV S'nlll pilllj Sella Out
to I In- Old.
Mr. Mngooii, attorney for the
dofoudauts, has made a statement
to tho Bulletin regaidiug tho
controversy between Soi Kwnu
Yiug, or the Old Chiuose Theater,
and For Fung Niu, or tho New
Chinese Theater. Tho latter wore
This caso was begun on Monday
in equity, and a temporary injunc
tion was issued restraining the
new company from interfering
with tho old company in tho nso
of the building known as tho
Tong Lock Co. or old Chinese
Theater. Mr. Weaver, represent
ing Mr. CaBtlo, tho attorney for
plaintiffs, had during Monday
forenoon cone down to the theater
' building and had tried to oust the
defendants. Ho waB backed up
by a largo number of Chinese, but
tho representatives of tho new
t'Minpany. thoiifh only five or six
in number, refused to leave.
.Mr. Mngoon, r irM0(niiug 'the
defendants, said ho wished to
avoid trouble and, if his clients
wore not rightfully entitled to tho
building, ho would advise them to
withdraw, and ofi'ered to Bhow
under what right he claimed, if
tho other side would do tho sumo,
and the side that had tho legal
titlo should remain in possession.
Mr. Weaver Baid that ho had
not tho lease with him and that it
was necessary for him to go to
his office to procure it. The law
yers then withdrow, leaving mat
ters just as they found them, pro
posing to meet later, but, owing
to a misunderstanding as to tho
place of meeting, this did not
Shortly afterward an applica
tion was mado for a writ of injunc
tion on behalf of the plaintiffs,
which was deniod. Subsequently
a similar application was mado on
behalf of the defendants, which
was also denied. Counsol for
defondauts, being desirous of
avoiding trouble, was willing, if
tho Court would not grant nn in
junction to defendants, to havo
one allowed to the plaintiffs,
which was accordingly doue.
During tho provious week tho
defendants had been playiug in
tho theater in dispute and had all
of tlioir paruphcrualia thoro, and
by an arraugoniont betwoou the
counsol, after tho iujnuction was
i el.,,-, ...., i v-i u.. ants tieiii down to
tuo theater to leiuove thoir effects.
Whilo so doing one of tho defend
ants' sorvauts was ussaulted by
several of the plaintiffs' agents.
Finally plaintiffs were left, undor
tho injunction, in full possession
of tho theater.
It transpired during thu trial
that plain tiff's never had auy
writing itir roteience to tho
theater premises, and thereupon
tbo Court dissolved tho injunction
and dismissed plaintiffs' bill with
out requiring tho defondauts to
put on any evidence
After tho termination of tho
trial ou . Wednesday, defendants
requested plaintiffs to vacato tho
promises of which thoy had at
tempted violently to tako posses
sion, and which they had occu
pied under sanction of the Court.
This thoy dccliucd to do, and tho
defendants woro obliged to go
down Hud dispossess tliem, which
thoy did without much coromony.
Somo of tho testimony which
plaintiffs rolied upon to sustain
thoir cause wniuquito amusing.
For instauco, one man testified
that ho mado an agroomeut with
refereuco to tho promises iu Feb
ruary of '9G, but upou cross ox -aminalion
ho was forced to admit
that ho was uot living ou tho Isl
and of Oahu at that tuno and had
no authority whatever to tnako tho
This, iu all probability, is
enough to end the controversy be
twoou the two rival theators, which
some timo since were consolidated
under an agreement with tho de
fendants, liesides, since tho now
company ousted tho old one
after tho failure of tho injunction
proceodiugB as stated the now
compauy lias sold out its right of
jiossossion for coin, and now tho
old company is again installed.
Quiet reigns once more ou the
murshos of Aala that is betwoon
performances in the theater Alien
tho orchestra is playing.
A Itrreltliis Mien.
An account is published of a
gentloman who ennio early to
get rogistored and, "after hang
ing round until 9:15, nn hour aud
a quarter," investigated and found
a uoto on tho dosk of the llegis
trar, reading, "If anyone comes,
Bond thorn to my house." As tho
rulvorUeed opening hour for reg
istration is 9 a. m., it seems
puzzling where tho "hour aud a
quarter" came in up to 9:15. Thero
is an explanation of the whole
trouble, however, furnished by
Gus Hose, a clerk in the joint
office of tho Electoral ltegistrar,
tho Board of Immigration and the
Board of Agriculture Wrny Tay
lor, who is Secretary of Immigra
tion, on going homo to get ready
to go to Kauai the other day, left
such a uoto as that described on
Mr. Hose's desk. As Mr.
laylor is IJeetoral Registrar
for tin? whole Republic, among
several signs on tho outside of his
oflico is one, right ovor the door,
bearing thu titlo, "Electoral Reg
istrar." Tho registration of
voters for this district is not dono
in tho Registrar's ollico at al',
however, but before tho District
Hoard of Registration in the old
legislative chamber. There is a
poster at tho angle of the hallway
giving tho law of registration,
surmounted by a written notico of
tho hours for registering voters.
The complaining elector went into
tho wrong shop.
The socond battalion drill last
night was fairly attended and
lasted nearly an hour. Aftor
which a review was conducted by
Major Jones. The band was
present anil played martial airs.
Tho dress purado was oxcollent,
the Hues of company front being
well handled. Captain McCarthy
succeeded Major Jones for a short
drill. Ho made au exceedingly
good fist of it too. At the con
clusion of the drill a short enter
tainment took place, including re
freshments. Thoro wero a fow
songs by tho compauy and a reci
tation by W. A. Turner.
.llliilalvr lur Jiipiin.
It is ini.v ML.iolu. Sliluiamutu.
Tho gonial Consul General that
was of Japan received, by tho
Doric's mail yesterday, his com
mission from the Mikado as Min
ister Resident near tho Govern
ment of tho Ropublic of Hawaii.
Miuister bhimamura is affable
and pleasant iu demeanor and
diacotirsr, as thf lvst diplomat
are made, aud has tho unfeigned
personal esteem of till who enjoy
oitlior his official or his private
acquaintance Tho Bulletin res
pectfully tenders tho Minister for
Japan its cbugratulatious.
Iliiiiinioiiil Heard 1'ruiii.
Tho notorious Dr. Hammond,
who oporalcd hero a fow years
ago, has boon heard from. His
address is Beardou Post Ollico,
Indian Territory, U. S. A. He
signs hirasolf Win. N. Hammond,
M. D., D. D. Tho lattor paper on
which he writos has the inscrip
tion, "Bisliop of Alabama m
Edouio Lifo Church." The
"rovorond" desires to invest $10, -000
in coffee iu tho islands, and
writos for iuformatiou.
Printed ducks aro jiiBt as good,
if not bettor than anything else
for boys' shirt waists. Thoy wash
nud wear woll, two very important
considerations. Kerr lias them in
a largo variety of patterns at eight
yiirdn for one dollar.
THE BASEBALL SEASON
I'liiM' limiici; cja.iii: to in: i'i.A.
I'.ll lO.HOItltOW AHIKHMIIIN,
A lllir Attrndanrp N I xnerlril mill III"
leittna I'riimlM' f o IMiiy I'lrat
Tomorrow oflnrnoou at 3:30 at
the Makiki grounds tho Stars
and First Regiments will cross
bats in tho first league game of
tho season of 1897. It is a fore
gone conclusion that thero will be
a big ntteudauco and both teams
promiso to put up a good game.
Lovers of tho gaino of baseball
hope that tho experieuco of last
year will not bo repeated. Poor
playing at tho beginning of last
year's game resulted in continued
poor attendance and tho season
was a failure as regards financial
results. It is hoped tho baseball
managers havo learned a lesson
from last season which will cause
them to be more careful in this.
Tho Honolulu public never yet
failed to patronize good ball
most liberally nnd never will.
On tho other hand it
has no uso for poor ball playing
and it showed it la6t year.
ith threo good clubs in tho
league this year and with lots of
experience and empty treasuries
to start with, thoro is no reason
why good solid hard work ou tho
part of every ono interested should
not result in making the season of
1897 a successful one, financially
aud otherwise. Tho first two or
three games will have much to do
with the futurb ones. Thu public
may bo rolied on to go to theso
anyhow. If thoy got tho worth
of thoir money, oven though it a
only a quarter, they will go again.
If they 'don't thoy will stay homo
and no amount of coaxing will
draw them out again until tho
final game or two.
In the game arranged, for to
morrow the players nud positions
are as givou below:
Stars: Hart, p.; Cunhn, c;
Woods, lb.. Koki, 2.: Wilder 3b.;
Lishinnu, bs.; Babbitt, rf.; Pahan,
cf.; Ross, If.
First Regiment: Hounossy, p.;
Kiley, c; Mooro captain, lb.;
Davis, 2b.; Gorman, 3b.; Bowor,
ss.; O'Connor, rf.; Duncan, cf.;
Luahiwa, If.; Chas. May no, substi
tute aud ohuugo pitcher.
Under this year's rulos Harry
Whituoy has solo chargo of tho
field as oflicial leaguo umpire.with
full power to appoint his assistant
arid substitute. No ono else has
anything to say about it, henco
tho public may hopo to bo Baved
from the Jou waits and MiiinhblpB
ovor umpires it Whituoy himBolf
is uot piobont. Tho Nutional
League rules adopted this yoar
give more power than evor to tho
umpire, who is mado Boloinast6r
of tho field and responsible for all
infractions of.his authority.
Tho Australian baseball team
which paudud through hero lately
were to play thoir first gamo in
San Frauoiaco last Sunday after -noou,
and thoir nino wa3 solooted
from tho following athletes iu
Syduoy W Smith, first base and
uhango catchor; Charlos Over,
pitcher and all-round playor; Jaa
McKay, pitcher and catchor; J L
Wallnco, catcher; Charles Komp,
pitcher; Walter G luglotou, soc
ond base; A E Wiseman, out
fioldor; Harry Irwin, shortstop;
Harry Stuckoy, outfiolder; Alfred
S Carter, left fielder; Potor Mo
Allistor, third baso; Frank Lavor,
captain, first base and pitcher; R ,
E Ewer, pitchor and catchor, and
tho charapiou all-round athlete o
Ewers has thrown n cricket ball
129 yardB, boing tho world'ei
record. Ed Crane of the All Am
oricans has thrown a cricket ball
128 yards. Ho is tho oldest of a
baseball family of fivu.
' ' --
Jim Dodd has gonn lo Sun
Francisco after more I2ulrprttt