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Vol. III. No. 599.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1897.
Piuok 5 Cknts,
I II I ?Tphl
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday nt I
siu tviriff atreet, uonomin, a. i.
Por Month, nnywliem in thi Ha
waiian Islands H 70
Per Year. 8 00
Por Ycnr, postpnid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, poHtpuid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnyntilo Tnvarlnblr In Advance.
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
That Tired Feeling
Tho causo Is poor, thin blood,
resulting in deficient vitality. To
overcome this, tho blood needs to bo
enriched .and vitalized, and for this
thcro is no medlcino in tho world
equal to Ayer's Sarsaparllla. Tho
cures it has worked, tho men, wo
men and children it has restored to,
health, nro countless in number. Ono
such experience is related by Mr.
Robert Goodfellow, Mitcham, South
Australia, as follows: "I have used
Jn my family for years, and would
not bo without it. I used to sutler
mill UUIIU 41IIU Ofil. vitllJMWll.1.
attended with great lassltmlo and
jcnor.u (leuiniy. in laci, i was so
II th.it I could not attend touivbus-
iness. Jtcinjr advised to try Ayer's
Sarsaparilla t did sn, nnd I am happy
to sty that tho medicine restored mo
to perfect health. I havo since used
Jiyrra sarsaparllla lor my cimurcii,
in various complaints, nnd it lias
always proved effective I can safely
recommend it to sufferers as
The Bast Blood Purifier
Bbwati f ImtUtloni. The name Att
HArftftparllln U prominent on the wrapper
. and blown In the glass of each bottle.
! AVER'S PILLS, IN SMALL, GLASS PHIALS.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the Republic of Hawaii.
Von'Holt Blook, King Street.
Imported : Jewelry
Per "Australia" by
EC. a. JBTAJRT,
40 1 J Fort Street.
Quality, Style and Finish
' gST Kfiunliix Heuially.
Architect and Superintendent
K3&. OHico: 30f Fort ativot,
Spruckola' Block, Boom 5.
SOME CALIFORNIA VIEWS
namii'o vi ii.u orVirv AMI COBS.
TIIV I'llliSS I'Oll UNION.
ArxuiiirntN rrum Till Nlilo Acknowl
edged Mriiug-Vtii l'rniiclo Hill
Iellll on Contract Jtbnr.
Bolow will bo found n number
of references to tho annexation
campaign by California papers:
This week wo received a copy of
the Honolulu Evening Bulletin, a
strong (ulvocato of Hawaiian an
nexation to tho United States.
Weavorvillo, Oal., Journal.
We are in receipt of a copy of
the Evening Bullotin of Hono
lulu, H. I. The entire editorial
bjjiico is devoted to the discussion
of the question of annexation to
tho United States, which it strong
ly favors. Beuicia, Cal., New
We have the Evening Bulletin
of Honolulu upon our table. It
is a nicely printod eight - pago
paper, it ib tilled with annexation
ideas nnd advocates them with tho
sumo earnestness that tho Colusa
Sun does the creamery und sugar
boot factory. It has whito folks
ideas. Colusa, Cal., Sun.
Wo have received a marked
copy of tho Honolulu Evouing
Bulletin of February 3. It tnado
tho ocean voyago in eight days,
not allowing any time for stops.
The Bulletin is ably edited by
Daniel Logan and is a strong ad-
vocato of annexation to thoUnitod
States. Visaliu, Cal., Timos.
This week we received copies of
tho Honolulu Evening Bulletin
and Commercial Advertiser. The
papers aro strongly in favor of
annexation to the United States
and present strong arguments
why this move would bo of mutu
al bonofit. Woavorvillo, Cal.,
Wo recoived a few days ago a
marked copy of tho Evening Bul
letin published in Honolulu. The
journal is strongly advocating the
annexation of tho Hawaiian isl
auds to tho United States. Thoro
seems to bo a growing sentiment
in favor of annexation and wo bo
lievo at no distant day tho Islands
will become a territory of tho
United States. Adin, Cal., Argus.
During the last two weeks wo
have received copies of three
leading journals of tho Hawaiian
Republic published at Houolulu,
vizy tho Bulletin, Star and Com
mercial. All three are openly in
favor of tho annexation of the isl
and republic to tho United States
Of courso it is claimed by tho
purtioans of the late queen that
the native population aro not in
favor of aunexation. Wo think
the latter statement is to be taken
with a grain of allowauce, when
every interest of the islauds would
be subserved by coming undor tho
American flag. If a majority of
those people dosiro anuexatiou,wo
cannot consistently rofusu them
rthoir proffvr. Annexation should
long ere tins have uoou au accom
plished fact, and would have been
except for the deliberate deter
initiation of Cleveland to undo
what his predecessor, Harrison,
had well nigh accomplished.
Certaiuly wo are justified in taking
up the matter where Harrison left
off, if tho same feeling exists there,
that was plainly shown in the
spring of 1893. Auburn, Cal.,
THU IIUAL OliJUOriON.
Tho Hawaiian Evening Jlnlln
tin has read in Rome American
papor an argument against the ad.
mission of Hawaii into the Am
erican Union, founded on the
iiHBiimptinn that the augar pro
duct ol Hawaii would be a fumiid
'able coiiinetiini against the Am
erican imlubtiy of Hiigar prodim
tiou, Our island naiuusako does
not mention the namo of tho'
Amoricau paper which advances i
this argument, but withoutdoubt ,
Biich ideas aro entertained in this i
country. The fact that the United i
States admits Hawaiian Buuar
freo of duty does not
justify the assumption that the
United States considers Ha
waiian sugar in the light of a for-j
oigu product, mine mere are
some reciprocal features in the
treaty whioh secures to Hawaii
free admission to lior sugar, as a
trado proposition tho tioaty would
not stand a year. The principal
purpose of tho treaty was to at
tach tho islauds and the Uuited
States bo closely that when Ha
waii became a "part of the United
States tho union will bo regarded
rather as tho admission of a Terri
tory to statehood than as the an-,
nexation of a foreign State.
Tho only objection of auy con
siderable force against the union
of tho islands with tho States is
its labor syBtera. Where an ex
change of products is freo there
should be something liko uni
formity in tho cost of products. If
the sugar planters of Hawaii may
employ contract labor whilo
tho American producors of
BUgar pay standard American
wages, the former have nu unfair
advantage Contract labor can bo
procured in Japan and China at
rates not much above thoso pre
vailinp in those countries. The
American sugar producer pays at
loast three dollarB for labor where
the Hawaiian producer pays ono.
The United States has maintained
tho protective policy mainly in tho
interest of labor. If tho contract
labor system should bo adopted in
this couutry, either absolute freo
trade or a purely reenuo tariff
would follow as soon as tho pooplo
had an opportunity to express
their opinion of a systom which
protected the employer of labor
while leaving tho laborer exposed
to competition with the cheapest
Wo trust the Hawaiian Bulle
tin will boo the justico of tho Ame
rican attitude in respect to the
Hawaiian systom of labor. Valua
bio us tho islauds would bo as a
part of tho United States, tho
American peoplo will, in our
judgmout, nover consent to a
union uutil tho islands show a
willingness to abandon their
present systom of contract labor.
Between the African ,slavo and
tho Asiatic, bound to sorvo a term
of years, there is a difference only
in name. San Francisco Bullo
tin. At itlukeo Inland.
The program for tho band con
cert at Makeo Island tomorrow
afternoon is given below:
The Old Ilu'idrtd.
Overture Star of Hie North Meyerbeer
(a) I'lUilm Chorus, (u) Menlui; our
1) frtlemctil Alrunlnn (new) 'llilcrB
eolo. Clarionet: Mr 1) Naone.
Uraud Selection Luclu Donizetti
Fantala The Hoo of tfhlras (new) ...
Cornet Solo Tlio UvcrlaitluK Day limuu
Mr. Cliarlcd tiri-uter.
Intermezzo - Ituealau Kranko
Fluale Sulto LuUiucr
A Masquerade Hall, undor tho
auspices of the Sociodado JDusita
ua Beuelioiauto do Hawaii, in aid
of tho BulTerora by tho flood in
Madeira and Azores Islands, will
take placo nu Saturday, May 1, at
8 p. in., at LuBitana hall, Alapai
Frizos will bo given to.the Best
Dresaed and the Most Original
Tickuta for admission, 75 cents,
at Messrs. Wall Nichols fc Co.
aud Hooron Drug Co. Also at
the doors on the evening of tho
'flu- IUuiuoiiiI JiiIIIcii.
Tho Executive Couimilteo of tho
Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee
Celebration will meet at the Ha
waiian hotel, al 7:30 p. in., on
Monday, May 3, to recuivo n'jiorU
of progress Irom Hiib-commiltiies
and for tho transaction of further
MAY TERM CIRCUIT COURT
CAM:mMI Of CASEH FOR CALL
IMJ .1IO.M1AY MOJININU.
Jildce P-rrj Will Irclilo ami Deputy
AttnriK-y tii-iiei-Hl Itiilo
Below is the calendar of canes
for the Muy terra. It will be
called ovor at 10 o'clock Monday
morning by Judgo Ferry, who is
tho presiding judge for tho torm.
Doubtless as usual, whenover it
can bo arrangod, Judge Carter
will hold trials separately. E. F.
Dolo, Doputy Attorney General,
will represent tho Republic in
criminal cases. Besides those
on tho following- calendar other
cases are coming in upon appeal:
HAWAIIAN JUIIY CRIMINAL.
D. Kamakauahoa, liquor soiling
Kanpana, maintaining lottory
W Solomon, violating postal
W J Coelho, ombezzlemont.
D K Brown, ombezzlemont.
M Kahalekula, perjury.
PO'ltEION JOKY CltlSIINAL.
M Schweitzor, selling goods
Henry Crane, rescuing pri
soner. A L Morris, importing opium.
Loo Tons, possession of opium.
Wa Hop, ciuolty to auimal.
Ah Kui, possession of opium.
Mrs Dickson, malicious in-
Ah Hee, maintaining lottery
scheme. - .
J G Waibel, Boiling goods
J Halverson, felon.
Ah Wo and two others, main
taining lottory schome.
Ah Sai, maintaining lottory
Lau Kong, maintaining lottory
O Williams, felonious assault.
W J Gallagher, rapo.
John lladin, opium in posses
W P Morrow, gross cheat.
T B Walker, assault with a
HAWAIIAN JUItY CIVIL.
L K Puahi vs. Queon Dowagor
Mary E Foster vs. John Mc
Charlotto Boyd vs. John Gau
dall, breach of promise.
A A K Aoua vs. M Aona ot al.,
GK.Kuioipab.ia vs. Lilikalani,
Kealiihaka et al vs. Mama
Fila et at., quieting title.
S M Kamakau vs. Makalohi ot
al., quieting title.
T It Mossman vs. Hawaiian
Kahakuitkoi va. Hawaiian Gov
James Carty vs. Samuel Farkor,
K'Uioii vs. G K Kaioipahia ot
Henry Holmes vs. Irono Ii
Urowu et al assumpsit.
Joseph Kahaokamoku vs. G
Yeo Sing Tie vs. John Kula,
Kutmkiiolo Kauwaliipaula vs.
Kwoud Mau WaiCo., ejectmont.
Priscilla E IIasiugr et al. vs.
Hulon B King et al., ejectmeut.
M K Apo vs. J A Akina et al.,
quieting tit lo.
Hugo Stiuigouwald vs. Kamaio
It W Holt a. Goo Kim, eject
ment. ronmew juhy civil.
Campbell, Marrilmll fc Co vs.
Beattie & Harvey et al, auauiup
Miniiiifiter of lutorior vs,
TriHtees Ii 1' Itisli0) et ul , iinn
duiiiiiatiuii of land for public iuu.
J H ltaymoud vs. Faia Planta
tion Co, assumpsit.
Chow Kan vs. A M Brown,
Felix Urugholli vs. N S Sachs,
T O Poster vs. J A King, re
E O Winston vs. Tho Hawaiiau
Fork A; Packing Co, Ltd, assump
sit. JUIIY WAIVED.
It W Holt vb. Chang Fa et al.,
J J A rail vs. Maria Arail, de
II Congdon & Co vs. F I Cut
S Kamakaia vs. W C Achi, as
sumpsit. G H Kawaiki vs. J K Prondor
J A Magoon for Faa (w), dam
ages. Alex Lazarus vs. J K Kaulia,
M do Souza vs. M Smith et al.,
A Sylva vs. L F Guerra, as
Eliza A Hickoy vb. Wm P
Maria G Lovinho vs. J M
Alia Pilipo ( w), vb. K L Filipo.
Charlos J Fanouf vs. Ida M
James It Holt va. Maloka L.
ltosio Hopkins vs. Ed Hopkins.
Jenuio Kauwalu vb. D Kau
walu. Isabel E Davis vs. F A Davis.
Alfred A Todd vs. Louisa M
Julia Miranda vs. Francisco
Martha D Donnolly vs. It H
Wm H Winchester vs. Kailiwai
Guilhormina Arayal vs. J J
Holon Kamabalo vj Robert
Henry C Adams vs. Lucy
Sam Pedro vs. Palekai Pedro.
Malia Naylor va. H S Naylor.
Jumped tlie Fence.
Tho two desertiug sailors from
tho 0. D. Hryaut, arrested at the
Pali yesterday, made their escape
from tho police station this morn
ing but woro captured soon after
ward. Thoro is a short ladder in
tho jail yard for use on the shed.
This they took to another part of
tho yard in tho absence of tho
jailor and by its moans succeeded
in getting ovor tho walls. V.
Fageroos, the jailor, was outsido
tho yanl aud the men took ad
vantage of his tempoiary abseuce.
There woro two Chinamen in tho
jail yard at tho timo but thoy did
not give the alarm uutil after the
men had got away. They were
found shorlly afterward in one
of the lumber yards on tho water
front. X.tid Bale.
J. F. Brown, Government Land
Agent, held a small Bale at auc
tiou today. A parcel of laud con
taining seven acres at Nuuauuloa,
Kaupo, Maui, wao bought by T.
M. Starkoy for 100. its upsot
price was $30. Jan. I. Dowsott
bought tho leaso for 10 years of
1-15 acres at Opihihali, South Ko
mi, Hawaii, for tho upset routal
of $100 a year.
To Slop Ilia Lcitli.
Mr. aud Mrs. James Lylo left
in tho Bteamor Holeuu today for
Hilo. Mr. Lyle goes with a party
of workmen from tho marine rail
way, iucluditig the uativo diver,
John laukoa, to repair the leak iu
the ship Indiana. This is Mr.
Lylu'b first trip off tho island of
O.ihu in u ti iu of about butoen
yen is' robideuce.
Our work is better and our
prices aro lower for (iii)urgcd
portrait work than anyone else's.
We aro not making much at it,
I but don't let that worry you. If
j you have anything in this liu to
be done ho our samplus llrnt,
and you won't regret it,- King
, J)rot., 110 Hotel btroot.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
At-i-iiiiiilN of Ailitilul'trnlor niiil
Utiitrillitii-I'ntlllini lor Ait til I ti-
1-ilmtloii ly Crulllor.
Iii tho ease of Jonathan Rpooncr
vb. Julia S. itice aud William B.
Itico her husband, tho exceptions
of the defendants to judgment for
S15G0 in favor of plaintiff havo
been overrnled by tho Supremo
Court. Justico Frcar is author of
tho unanimous opinion in that re
gard. Juatico Whiting and At
torney J. T. do Bolt, the latter iu
placo of Ohiet Juatico Jtuld, ab
sent, join him in tho decision.
Humphreys and Davis for plain
tiff; Kinney fc Ballon for defend
ants. F. A. Schaofor, administrator of
tho cstuto of A. A. Corniot, has
filod his annual account. Re
ceipts $2171.20, payments S1310,
balance S82120. Tho same gen
tleman's account, as guardian of
the minor children of Chas. A.
Long, hIiow receipts S7101 15, pay
ments S-H70.7-1, balance S3'233.71.
O. A. Long, representing him
self as u bona lido creditor, peti
tions that ho be appointed ad
ministrator of tho ostato of Nancy
Sumner Ellis, deceased, valued at
$50 aud confuting of a lot of
land near Liliha street.
Judgo Carter transferred tho
hearing of tho Chiuoso accounting
caSe previoubly reported to Heeia,
on the other side of tho island,
this morning. Dauson P. Kollett
Jr. is the deputy clerk who went
ovor, thus Bavitig J. A. Thompson
for, the ball gamo this aftor.uoon.
Knpoiltai and jthecs vs. Hilo
Sugar Co. is still ou before Judgo
Some l'rp Notice on Hie American
lliiiuorlut at Home.
Now York Tribune. "..Mr.
Lincoln is boyond all comparison
tho most amusing ontertainer in
Now York. Hia humor is natural,
original aud unique."
N. Y. Herald, May G, 1835.
". Vastly amused tho audienco
by bis capital humorous skolohus.
Prosidout Arthur and eovoral
members of his cabinet wero pro-;
sent and appluuded lustily....
His outertainmeut is now and
BoBton Globe, Doc. 2, 1831.
A iirnntlnol i 1 1 ii at nil !i rtf urMnu
. Muutr,iti iuu3tiii(iwu vi ouiuu
of the public absurdities of the
day, and proved to bo a bright
Boston Timos, Doc. C, 18SL
"..Fur superior to anything of
the kind ever Boon in this city,
being at ouco reiined, varied,
clever, bright, aud spontaneously
humorous A more thorough
ly unique entertainment Bostou
has never seen."
Philadelphia, Pa., Bulletin,
March 27, 1831. "..At tho Aca
demy of Music, last eveuiug, ho
kept au audience of nearly (our
thousand persons iu a constant
statu of laughtor duriug the enter
tainment." Chicago, III., Times, Nov. 7,
188(5. ". Ho ia entirely uuiquo
iu his work, without either rivals
or imitators. People who enjoy
an exhibition of capacity for cud
less, innocent fuu, uever drawn
out to tiresome leugth, should uot
Iobo an opportunity to boo him."
Mr. Liucolu appears at tho
Hawaiian Opera Homo this eveu-
Annex . t Ion tllnb.
At a meeting of tho Executive
'Committee of the Annexation
Club held yesterday afternoon F.
B MuStocker ami Jamu.s A. Ken
nedy were uppoiuteil incinburs id.
the conuiiiti.M in placo of L. C.
Allies and E. A. Joiien, resigned
on account of abuonco fiom thu