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Vol. III. No. 604.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1897.
PitioB 5 Cents,
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published evory day except Sunday at
210 Klnrf Street, Honolulu, n. I.
Per Month, anywhere In the Ha
waiian Islands $ 75
Per Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Oanndn, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, uihor Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pavablo Invariably In Advance.
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
take Aycr's Cathartic Pills, and you
will sleep better aud woke in better
condition for the day's work. As a
pleasant aud effectual remedy for
coustipntiou, biliousness, sick bead,
ache, and all liver troubles,
have no equal. They arc sugar
coated, and 60 perfectly prepared that
they cute without the cniioj uut.es
experienced in the use of so many of
the pills on the market. 'Ask ycur
Wheu other pilfo won't hulj. jou,
.THE PILL THAT WILL.
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Bolo Agents for the Republic of Hawaii.
p. W. jmidi on
Vou Holt Blojk, King Street.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Honolulu Choral Sooiety,
Af-Ute'l Loal I'uli-nt,
On TUESDAY Evening, May U.
ReHrvHil Ref to av part of the
rtnu-- 25 rent", Guller 10 unit
R x ilii iiou open ut Wall, NIp'uiW
Co. o u ot
Architect and Superintendent
E3 Oflico: 305 Fort street,
Spreckols Block, Room 5.
(KILLINGS FROM THE MAIL
.koih.'.w .no vis 8--o,ooo roil in-
PltOVIMU 1'EAKL IIABIIOK.
Ilrllmrj mid orrupllou In lo Nlutea
OrcHi Tent Cane Ileeliled
Many peoplo bave beon drown
ed iu the Mississippi Hoods.
Tlio army worm la doing great
dumngo tit San Bornardino, Cali
fornia. Tlio Parnellites arc planning
tbo fortnr.ticn of nn 'ilopendent
The Boltego expedition, report
ed us destroyed in Abyssinia, has
turned up safe.
Tbo Liberal party made almost
a cloan sweep of Nova Scotia in
the provincial election.
Kitty Abbey gets 810,000 from
hor benefit at the Metropolitan
Opera House, New York.
Forged signatures bave been
discovered on the pay roll ot tbe
Illinois grain inspection commis
sion. An American named Jackson
was reported to bave gono to Now
Orleans to organize a filibustering
expedition for Honduras.
The boundary dispute botweon
Great Britain and Mexico, re
garding tbe British colony of
Belize, has been settled by treaty.
Senator Morgan on April 20
offered an amendment to tbe
sundry civil appropriation bill
appropriating $50,000 to complete
the improvement of Pearl harbor,
Governor Adams' message
vetoing tbe oleomargarine bill of
tbe Colorado legislature includes
a letter showing that the measure
had beon passed by barefaced
A Chicagodruggisthaeboen mulct
in $1500 damages for amistake in
mnking up a prescription, which
destroyed the sight of one eye of
a little girl. Tho father sued for
Major W. B. Stockman of the
Uuited States Weather Bureau
was sent to jail by Judge Ong at
Cleveland, O., for contempt of
court in refusing to testify in a
One of the California applicants
at Washington for a consulship
wanted tho Jerusalem post, 'but,
whon he heard there were sixty
applicants for tho same place, ex
claimed, "I'll go to Jericho."
Professor Jordan of Stanford
goes to tho Bobring Sea in tho
Albatrops for further investiga
tion of the sealing question. Pro
fossot Thompson of University
Collego, Dundee, goes for tho
Rev. Father Hoecken, S. J.,
died ut Mnrquoltd College, Mil
waukee, April 20, in his eighty
third year. Ho had been a Jesuit
for nearly sixty years and was
ono of the pioneor Indian mis
sionniifio of tho far West.
Yang Yu, tbe retiring Chineso
Minister, leaves Washington
amidst genorol regrot. His wife
is greatly esteemed as well as
himself, she having easily adapted
herself to tho ways of American
Tlio great hat trimmings test
case involvine millions, brought
to recover a difference of duties by
Moyer it Dickinson of Philadel
phia three years ago, has been de
cided by tbe United States Circuit
Court in favor of tho Governmont.
Terapcrmiee Heforrn In Ohio.
Tho temporanco society of an
Ohio town recently purchased tho
only saloon in tho town limits
and burned all of tbe fixtures
with appropiiato ooromonips. Tho
owner was recently converted at a
revival meeting, and tho Prohibi
tionists aro now booming him for
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular Hou80, 154 Fort street,
from S1.00 per wook up.
SOME BASEBALL RULES
tiii; association wii.i. i.m'oju':.
Union will Dc Iuu-i Up mid tho l'ic
lice flivrn Strict Orilrm l S o
Tlicjr are Compiled Willi.
Thero was an informal meeting
of tho Baseball Association this
morning, when it was found that
tho rules already in force gave the
association sufficient power to
prevent tho recurrence of any
suoh exhibitions of rowdyism as
took placo at last Saturday's game.
These rules are to bo printed and
displayed in tbe grand stand and
about the grounds and Marshal
Brown will be asked to give pro
por instructions to his men as to
their strict enforcement. Tho
rules referred to aro:
Rule 62: No person shall be
allowed upon any part of tho field
during the progress of tho gamo
in addition to the players in uni
form, the Manager on each side
and tbe Umpiro except such
officeis of the law as may be
present in uniform and such
officials of tho home club as may
bo necessary to prosorvo tho
Rule G3: No Umpire, Man
ager, Captain or player shall ad
dress the spectators during tho
progress of tho gamo, except in
case of necessary explanation.
Rule C-k Evory club shall fur
nish sufficient police force upon
its own grounds to preserve order,
aud in tho evont of a crowd enter
ing the field during tho progress
of a game, and interfering with
the play in any manner, the visit
ing club may refuse to play
further until tho field be cleared.
If tbe ground be not cleared with
in fifteen minutes thereafter, the
visiting club may claim, and shall
be entitled to the game by a scoro
of nino runs to nono (no matter
what number of innings havo
Tho Bulletin calls tho atten
tion of tho Association to the fol
lowing rulo aud suggests that its
enforcement would be productivo
of general satisfaction:
Rulo 20: The Players' Benches
must bo furnished by tho Home
Club, and placed upon a poition
of tho grouud outsido of and not
nearer than twenty five feet to tho
players' lines. Ouo suoh bench
must be for tho exclusive use of
tho visiting club, and ono for tho
exclusivo use of the Homo Club.
All players of tho sido at the lint
must bo seated on their bench,
except such as aro legally assigned
to coach baso runners, and also
the batsman whon callod to tho
bat by tho Umpire, and under no
circurastancos shall tho TJmpiro
permit any porson, oxcopt tho
club president, managers aud
playors in uniform, to occupy
soats on tho benches.
now ON A HACK srxM.
Lively Times 011 llio Corner ol
llerelanlit nud Nuunuii NtrteU.
Thoro was a lively row between
a Chinese and a Japanese hack
drivor yesterday afternoon at the
hack stand on tho corner of lioro
tania and Nuuauu streets. Tho
Chinaman accused tho Jul) of
taking and using tho headstall bo
longing to his harness, and after
a wordy war of a few minutes
suddenly tore it off tho Jap's
horse. Tho horso staited to run
with the Jap hanging on to its
neck, both landing against tho
nearest tolephono post. Two
other horses became Beared at the
antics of the first and wont off on
a run, tho result being that all
thiuo hacks weio badly mixed up.
It took some timo and much un
necessary talking to get matters
straightened out evon aftor In
spector Maoy arrived on tho sceuo.
Superior breakfast sausage is a
spooialty at tho Central Market.
Ring up 104.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
om,y rto j nitons iu:lii.vi.ii
.TlOltUOW SO 1,1) IKHMJH OPIUM.
IliitilC JtiO Iu I'Jerliuent C'HNO-AlUKrd
Littery Srhrme 011 'Irlul '
-otlior ttlntlera. I
The mixed jury trping R. W.
Holt vs. Goo Kiin, ejectment, dis
agieed at 8:30 last night and wero
discharged by Judge Perry.
W. P. Moriow ViUBbtquitted of
gross choat by tho foreign jury
trying him before Judgo Carter.
Two jurors dissented. This ends
tho poi and molassos prosecutions.
Judge Carter is hearing tho
trial of Ah Sai aud Lau Kong,
charged with maintaining a lottery
scherao, by tho following foreign
jury: E. O. White, Thos. King,
O. F. Murray, G. W. Farr, W. W.
Chamberlain, R. B. French, M. A.
Gousalves, D. F. Thrum, C. liol
liua, J. W. Groco, J. W. Robert
son and K. R. G. Wallace. At
torney Goneral E. P. Dolo for tho
Republic; J. S. do Bolt for defen
dants. Judgo Perry is hearing the Holt
guardianship matter. A. Rosa for
potitioucrs; W. R. Castlo and O.
Greighton for respondents.
Iroiio M. Long has brought
suit for divorce ugaiust Curio A.
Long on tho ground of cruelty.
Ono of tho particulars alleged is
a charge ho preferred against her
in a suit entered by him against a
third paily in, tho Circuit Coart.
Julia Spooner Rico and William
Boardman Rice hor husband huvo
brought u suit in ejectment for
land ut Kalihi, claiming S2500
damages, against Jonathan
S. K. Kane, guardian of Robin
son minors, has filed an inventory
of real propel ty and yearly rentals
amounting to $2651. Tho realty
is land at Apua, Honolulu, valued
O. M. Hydo and J. O. Carter
havo appealed to tho Supremo
Court from the decree of Judge
Cartor accoptiug the resignation
of S. M. Damon from tho Bishop
In tho breach of promise case
of Charlotto Boyd vs. John
Gandall notice has been filed that
tho defeudaut sots up uiuoul'
othor dofenscs tho Btutute of
;mmltle to Mntio Ai raiiriiioiil.
fur I), i nud LvciilKU I xnlw),
At the meeting of Goo. W. Do
Long Pont, G. A. R., lait night tho
following comraittoo was appoint
ed to mako all arrangomouts for
tho observance of Memorial Day:
W. McCandlPBS, Rev. J. M. Mon
roe, V. O. Eaton, L. L. La Piorro,
S. MoKoague aud 0. H. Eldredge,
with Post Commander R. J.
Greone ex officio.
By the laws of theGrandArmy of
the Republic, when Memorial
Day, May 30, falls upon Sunday
tho observance of it iB to be
held ou tho preceding Satur
day. Such is tho case this year.
It is proposed, among other
things for tho committee's con
sideration, to rovivo tho custom,
for some years iu dosuetudo, of
holding literury exercises at the
Hawaiian Opora House iu tho
The local Post has never been
without epoakors amoug its own
membership. This year it has
two ocquisitions in that line
Rev. J. M. Monroo of Honolulu
and Gilbort F. Little of Hilo.
The customary memorial church
parade nud service on the Sunday
preceding Memorial Day will bo
lull on the ovouing of the 23rd
inst. at the Christian church, of
which Comrado Monroe is tho
Mechanics' Hume, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Tonus: 25
aud 50 contn por night. $1, and
S1.25 por weok.
THE FREE KINDERGARTENS
UI.I.TINM or IIIIAUO Olf 'it, lM.lt- '
visons rms .uokmi.nu. I
Awioclatliiii Will Mulio No Uclil riiU
Year Sundry Kepurts and
Thero was a meeting of tho
Board of Supervisor of Vao Vr3
Kindergarten Association this
morniug ut Queeu Emma Hall.
Tho finaucial secfotury report
ed that 81936 was all that' was
suro for the work of tho year. By
cuieful examination of all receipts
and expenditures, and of all anti
cipated amounts, it was found that
tho Association would finish tho
year free from debt.
A voto of thanks was passed to
A. B. Wood for free professional
hervices as u notary public tender
ed tho Atttiouiutiou.
Mrs. H. Laws was pluced ou tho
Ohinedo committee1 for Palamu
chapel in placo of Mrs. P. C.
Mrs. Coau made a very pleasant
report of tho Portuguese school
from a porsouul visit. Tlio uuin
ber in attendauco has increased to
eighty uud crowds tho school, so
that Mrs. Tarhull nus authorized
to recoive no children under four
or over six years of age.
Miss Kellogg of the Japanese
school resigned at the close of tho
year. Her resignation was ac
cepted with regret. Miss Frances
Eiuuey, who has had two yeir'
training in tlw Chicago Kinder
garten College, will be culled to
fill the position.
A letter from the Japanese com
mittco who had chargo oPtho
bazaar, offering tho Association
30 us thu churn of the receipto,
was rcceirod, but u wus resolved
to roiuru $25 nsa douation to tho
Japuueso boarding school about
to bo opened.
A resolution of sympathy ou
tho death of Mrs. Henry Wator
house, a member of the Japanese
committee, was passed.
Mrs. V. G. Irwin, on account
of anticipated departure, tendered
her resignation as chairmauof the
Palama school, which was accept
ed with regiet. Mrs. P. O. Joues
was appointed iu hor placo. Miss
Biruiu having left for Japan, tier
place on tho Puluma committee
was filled by Miss Widdifield.
Rev. D. P. Biruie was placed on
the advisory committee.
A committee ou the Ewa Plan
tation kindeigarten was appointed
cotinialitig of .Mrs. J. B. Athertou,
ohairmau, Mrs. V. J. Lowrie,Mrs.
J. A. McCandless and Miss Mar
garet Hopper. Mrs. Lowrio was
also placed ou the udvisory com
mittee. .11 INI SI Kit IUMI.V.
Civet as Ilia Judgment Tlinl llnwnll
Will be tnucxt'd.
R.W.Irwin, Hawaiian Minister
to Japan, was at tho Holland
House, New York, on April 21,
and said in an interview:
"Ex - Queeu Liliuokalani will
never ascend tho throne aguiu.uud
Hawaii, in my judgmeut, will iu
tho end become part of the United
States. It should have been uu
nexed to this country when tho
Queen was dethroned. Nearly all,
if uot all, of the peoplo ou tlio is!
auds desire annexation. They do
not desire a return to tho old sys
tem. Hawaii will continue to
prosper, evon aa it is now, an iu
Following are the toums in tho
cricket match to begin at 2 p. in.
U. S. S PniliAnETiritlA. Roeeo,
Smith, Wtudell, Luilgale, Wilson,
l'ierpoinf, Richards, Howluu,
McLauuhlin, Lincoln, Waters.
Honolulu Dr Murray, O Da
vies, A St M Mackintosh, O St J
Gilbert, W LMiinuu, A R Hat
field, R A Jordan, A M Hewitt,
J Cattou, H Viucont, W Thomp
son, H Herbert.
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mil HIM! Itl.V l.lVf HIS :IKIK
or .tut. ,mi:it
flatter t ut tin, Pilmiii Primary
School lilknll'iii for I.euve
lf AllHOIICB nllll PMaltloll.
Profo-hor Alexander presided
at the meeting of tho Board of
Education yestprday in tho ab
suucu of Minister Cooper, the
othor members all being present
except H. M vou Holt.
After Secretaiy Rodgons had
read tho minutes Deputy-Inspector
Scutt reported that he had in
stituted the Palama primary
school with Mr. Steven as teacher
and that it was progressing wall
uud rapidly titling up.
In regard to Miss Cauroau's
school the flame. ollioial reported
that tho condition of the room was
such that he had decided to close
the school until it could be fixed
up. lusido bliuds were necessary
anil they hud to be obtaiued from
the Coast. He had concluded ths
best thing to do was to close tho
school until the repairs and
chaugos needed could bo made,
aud the Boaid ratified his ac
tion. James R. Holt Jr. wrote from
Waiauae accepting tho position of
school agent at that place.
Cyril O. Smith's application for
leave of absence from tho Hilo
school was grunted.
Miss Huttie Coau was givon an
oxtiu wuuK on tho forthcoming
vacation so that sho conld t, '-
the Coast uud have hoi eyes
Deputy - Iuspector Scott sug
gested that tho Board should de
cide ou tho tlutu of the midsum
mer vacation at once, but the
Boartl prufened to wait until the
Iuspector Goueral could bo con
sulted. A number of applications from
residents abroad asking for posi
tions in the public schools ware
read and referred to tho Teachers'
Samuel Brierly of the Kauna
kakai school had tho temerity to
appear before the Hoard aud ask
why his resignation had been d
lutiudid. Mr. Scott informed him that
both the Inspector General aud
himself had visited the school aud
were very much displeased with
wiiut thev saw. Mr. Urierlv had
FtillriM 111 Ilia arrtinimitiniij nrM
complaints from the school dis
trict wero numerous. For these
reasons it had been thought beit
to u-.k Mr. Brierly to ie-)igu.
Mr. Brierly then favored the
Hoard with his personal opiuioa
ot School Agent Meyer, stating
amoug other things that he hud
never visited the school aud
knew nothing of its affairs.
Soumtliliirf: lor Notliluir.
Monthly, April IU, the Temple
of Fashion will preseut every 10th
customer with tho entire amounb
of their purchase. The amounb
you buy makes no difference, 5c.
or $10U. If you are. one of the
lucky 10 tli buyers you get the
goods aud your inouoy is return
ed to you. This holds goo I for
one day only, Mouday, April 10.
Dou't miss it.
Coloiil.'rt far Couiiliuptlve.
A paper was road beforo tho re
cent convention of tho Medical
Sooiety of California by Dr. O.
i Max Riohter ou "Tho Formation
l iu California of Colouies for Con
sumptives." The speaker 'bought
that eolonit'B could be estulilihln d
by privato subscriptions or by tho
appropriation of public funds, and
i that all cousumptives should bo
taken from public hospitals de
signed for the tteutmeut of gener
al ailments and made the subjects
of special treatment iu au isolated