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Vol. III. No. 609.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1897.
Prick 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
JAPAN AND HAWAII.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
JHOIUC F.OUCATIOIV HTATISTICN.
PLAN OF THE SILVER MEN
Jaiiwire t'niitrnet Laborer .rr
m m r ill viv 1 m
t-,A.v.t- V I
4 ' . A - "
Published ovory day except Snndny at
210 King Stroet, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, anywhere in the Ha
waiian Islands 8 76
Per Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Cannon, or Muxico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, other Forolfrn
Countries . 13 00
Pnyalilo Invnrinbly In Advance.
Telepuono 260. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Loss of Strength
The testimony of Mr. B.
Dennis, Adelaide, South Aus
tralia, who was cured by Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, is like unto that of
many thousands of .others. He
"It is with very much plcasuro
that I testify to tho great benefit I
received from using your wonderful
blood-purifier. 1 was a sufferer for
years from indigestion, loss of
strength and appetite, and constipa
tion. My wholo system seemed to
be thoroughly out of order. Afriend
finally told mo to take Ayer's Sarsa
parilla. I followed his advice, though
feeling discouraged at tho fruitless
results of other treatment, and I am
thankful to state that a few bottles
completely cured me."
The medicine that has cured
others will cure you.
riK'f Ana of Iralutl v.". The same -'Ayer's
.' BriprUla U prominent on the wrapper
, and blown In the guie el each bottle.
i AVER'S PILLS Af GENTLE PURGATIVE.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the Itepublio of Hawaii.
r.Von Holt Block, King Street,
Are Marking Down all
Their Goods to Auction
Trices, the lowest ever
. They are also opening
New Goods ex Australia.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
1 Surrey In fine order; prico $200.
House mill Lot, 78x165 ft., un No, 71
Youuu str-elj parlor, 3 loJroomt, kitchen
Lot on Wilder uvenne 100x300 ft., fenced,
Lots on Kinau and Piikol streets.
IIouso on Itobello lane, Palama; 3 bed
rooms, dining room, kitchen, bathroom,
carrinuo House nun Knule; large yard.
House ou Ueretnoiu street, near Piikol
stroet; 4 rooms, dining-room, kitchen, bath
room and an empty lot to keep a horse.
Architect and Superintendent
t. Office: 305 Fort street,
Spreckelu' Block, Room 5.
BBKAC'II OV l'HOMIME "CIT
IftO TO TiYe JVHII
Other Term l'rocordliir--;nnttrm
lu I'robale-CjncMliui of Legacy
August O. Fostana petitions to
be appointed guardian of tho three
minor children of the late Edward
A. Galaspo of Pearl Oity, who
have lost both their parents by
death. The mother loft a house
and a lot at Pearl City valued at
$600, on which thero is a mort
gage of $300, and thero is furni
ture valued at $50.
Rosie Hopkins has discontinued
her divorce suit against Edward
Hopkins. Guilhermina ,Arayal
has discontinued her divorce suit
against J. J. Arayal. -
A question of legacy duties has
arisen in the matter of the estate
of John Mott Smith, deceased,
which is to be submitted to Judge
A. W. Garter on briefs, under an
amicable stipulation on file.
Moses Aalona has discontinued
his petition for administration of
the estate of Aalona.
S. Benjamin Eaneihaluu, ad
ministrator of tho estate of J. P.
Euia, Into of Makawao, deceased,
petitions for approval of his final
account and discharge. Ho ro
ceived $420 and expended $406.35.
Counsel are making their clos
ing speeches to the jury in the
breach of promise suit of Boyd
vs. Oandall this afternoon.
Evidence is still beinu taken in
the ejectment case previously re-,
ported as beinc tried by a mixed
jury before Judge Carter.
m e aw
THE BEGIRIENTAI, PARADK.
Mounted Reserve Will Tarn
Boat of lie Proeeeelon.
Eight military companies and
the band will turn out tonight in
the regimental parade under the
command of Colonel Fisher.
Tho Mounted Roservo will
also bo in the parade
as a third-battalion, although real
ly an independent body,
Colonel Fisher gave a reportor
the following as the route to bo
taken after tho evolutions in front
of tho drill shed. Starting from the
parade ground tho lino of march
will bo to Fort, to King, to Ala
pai, to Beretania, to Emma, to
Vineyard, to Fort, to Eukui,
to Nuuanu, to King, to the
Executive building and back to
the drill shed. n
Marshal Brown will furnish a
few mounted police to keep, the
small boys from interfering with
tho band along the route.
Uncertainties and u Ccrtnlutjr.
The attention of tho public is
now fully ocoupied and diverted
in the consideration and discus
sion of several important current
and prospective bapponiugB. An
nexation, as yet unsocuro, Re
ciprocity threatoned; tho coming
of the Naniwo, and her mission
aftor arrival; the outcome of tho
war botween Qrooco and Turkoy
and, whether or no," all Europo
will ovontually becomo involved;
tho sottlomont of tho quarantine
squabble aro all themes of much
conjecture and uncertainty, and
whilo opinions,aro freely offored,
none can acouratoly forotoll tho
outcome of any of thoao matters.
Nevertholcss, it is becoming moro
apparont, as each day passes, that
Buffalo and Hoffbrau are tho
favorite brows, and it is gratify
ing that assurance is given that
regular shipments of these wh.olo
somo and strengthening bever
ages can bo depended upon, and
that thay will, as heretofore,, bo
dispensed at tho Royal, Papifio
ana Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that tho interchangeable ob,pck
systom isan established fact ,
No moro sugar dividends are
expected until the end of tho
ItOKiirdrd I'ernmiieut Nrltlrr.
A recou t editorial in tho Exu
miuor gives tho views of that
paper on the Japanese) labor ques
tion in tho following forcible
"Tho Japanese miud 1ii;b bo
cmno excited by the ubsurd rumor
that England ha intimated an
objection to tho Amoricau annex
ation of Hawaii. Wo may bo
vory euro that England has eotuit
ted no such folly. Shu is thor
oughly reconciled to the idea that
Hawaii fn in hn sooner or later an !
American possession, and she un
derstands that a dozen Hawaiis
would not pay her for the sacri
fice of American friendship in
volved in a protest.
"Tho Japanese who propose to
mako the number of their subjects
on the islands an excuse for ad
vancing a claim to political con
trol aro trying to take uu unfair
advantage of a temporary situa
tion. Hawaiian civilization is the
creation of Americans. ,Our claim
to bo considered tho guardians of'
the -natives and their' ultimate
heirs was recognized over
fifty years ago. To this
substantially Amoricau pos
session Japanese laborers worn
imported a few years ago to work
under contract, with tho under
standing that when they had douo
thoir work and received their
monoy they wcro to go homo.
Thoy were no moxo regarded an
permanent settlers than tho sailors
of tho whaling fleet are regarded
as settlers of tho Arctic ocean.
The islands aro almost ready to
dispense with their survices now,
and if they receive tho lull amount
of wages agreed upon neither they
nor their Government will have
any cause for complaint. Certain
ly Hawaii is under no obligation
to permit the introduction of any
THE AIOLOKAI IQURDKR.
Official TUIt to Holoknl to Further
Invextlicate the Caw,
Deputy Attorney General E.P.
Dole will go to Molokai to
morrow for further iuvesti
gation of tho recent murder
of a Chinaman ou that island.
He will be accompanied by
Deputy Marshal H. R. Hitch
cock. From Molokai Mr. Dole
will proceed to Wailuku to confer
with officers thero regarding
criminal cases for the June
At the San Francisco Jubilee
Celobration in honor of Queen
Victoria a series of historical
tableaux will be presented, a
feature of tho entertainment that
should commend itself to those in
charge of our local affair. Duriug
tho progress ot the literary exor
cises the following tableaux will
be presented in the order given:
The Queen's Aocession, The
Coronation Ceremony, Opening of
tho Great Exhibition, Decoration
of Victoria Cross to the Crimean
Heroes, Grand Durbar of tho
Viceroy of India at Which' the
Quoen's Proclamation as Empress
of India Was Mado, Allegorical
Rally of the Nations Dependent to
the British Th'rono." " '
Ttie JupiMioe Claim.
In reply to many inquiries it
can be stated that the Government
is preparing a roply to tho
Btatemeut of tho Japanese
rejected emigrants' claims for
warded by tho Japauoso Foreign
Oilico and presouted to this Gov
ernmont through Minister Shima
About a year ago Mr. Mo
Cullagh, a member of tho
Now Zealand Legislature, pass
ed through Honolulu. Ho
was entertainod by Attor
ney General Win. O. Smith
and now, at his instance, a largo
parcol of Valuablo agricultural re
ports has been rocoivod by Mr.
Smith from John D. Ritohio, sooro
tary of tho Department of Agri
culture at Wolliugton.
Itr. WimmI Wll Act n llenllti Agent
iiiid vn.l.iHiit I'nrt l'IiylflMn
- liilirx'iitosN lli'iiorl.
President Smit!' p'roaiijud at tho
regular mooting of tho Board of
Health yesterday, thero being also
presout Drs. Wood anil Day, 0. A.
Brown and D. Koliipio, members,
and Drs. Monsarrat, Howard and
(Alvarez, O. B. Reynolds and See
rotary Wilcox, officials of1 the
tho minutes aud
said it was ncossary to appoiut
somo ono to act as port physician
during Dr. Duy's absence. There
woro also times when Dr. Day's
professional engagements pre
vented him from going out to
vessels. Ho would suggest tho
appointment of somo oue to act as
port physician whilb Dr. Day was
absent in Japan und at other times
when necessary. The board coin
cided with Mr. Smith's views aud
Dr. Wood was appointed as do
puty or assistant pott physician
and health ollicer.
Dr. Day stated that he .would be
ready to leave for Japuu ou tho
Dorio on May 18.
Presidout Smith mado a short
report on the proposed cemo
tery site at Halawa, stating
that ho hud visited the place with
Dr. Day aud Surveyor Dodge.
Nothing could be douo until tho
laud was surveyed and tho eleva
tions ascertained. This had beon
left to Mr. Dodge.
Dr, Monsarrat reported that he
had finished, the examiuation of
cows for tuberculosis in one of tho
largo dairies in the city. Of 20
examined 11 were found infected
aud slaughtered. Tho pootmor
tern examinations had borne out
tho diagnosis in each case, aud
portions of tho diueaaed lungs of
each cow were preserved. He
buggnsted that when a complete
report was ready in eajh dairy
it bo officially cortified to aud
given to tho press aud the Board
agreed with him.
Some matters from the leper
Bottlemeut were refoned to Super
Action ou tho requpst of Secre
tary Coleman of the Y. M. 0. A.
to be allowed to visit the leper
settlement ut tho next semi annual
excursion of the Board was do
ferred until all other tequests of
a similar naiuro were in.
Dr. Alvarez was instructed to
make monthly reports of the con
dition of affairB at tho Kalihi re
President Smith called up the
matter of tho semi-aunual visit of
the Board to tho leper settlement
and suggested either Friday, May
'21 or z8, as a couvoment time.
Dr. Day said tho first day would
coiifliat with tho auuual meeting
of tho Medical Association und
suggested that tho latter date be
choson, as it would give visiting
physicians from the other islands
a charioo'to accompany the exuur
sion. So ordered.
Dr. Duy said it would be neces
sary for tho Hoard to make somo
ordor about tho Japanese quaran
tined ou account of smallpox.
They had beon iu quarantine ex
actly 30 dayB in all aud 16 days
siuco the lust case of smallpox
On motiou it was ordered that
they bo roloased from quarantine
ou Saturday if no further siukuoss
President Smith reported that
ho had writton for further parti
culars of tho proposed building of
a Victoria cottugo ou tho flilo
hospitul grpuudn but had not ro
coivod auy reply.
Mr. Smith than glanced ovor in
the direction of the roportora and
said thoro woro ono or two little
mutters to bo brought up iu oxo
cutivo Bossion, and tho roportora
Comparative Statement of Attend
nnee In NIs Yenr.
Tho doficioncy of five in tho
grand total of attendance at all
schools, from that givon in other
tables in yesterday's issuo, is
lound by checking to iiavo oo-1
currcd in tho figures for Oahu.
Probably a "3" was copied in a
uuit column for au "8."
Following is a comparative
statement of tho attondanco by
nationalities for tho six years
named. It is of sufficient interest
to bo preserved for roforouco:
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tT 3 T3 fl 30 m - m T
cd b go a D-BjTe'33
m n p o a? b n up
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cr-: :?:::: g:
V-J CO M M U tO OS
tfO-lfr O OilCl OJ CO -J O
fcO U CJ W CI H- tO OS Cl l CD
it- to to o !- sa co o o eo os to
tO M HJ CO 00 OS
-3 Oi O OS 1 O Ol
en m 'co to t-i tot-iH-i
CO OS to l- cccnooocoo-i
co -to en
-3 to "t-i to to CO"-i lo
tooofOO qocoOq oo -J
tSCO C5 tOtOrf-"lf-"t
en to too oooouiHcp
AM OLU ACQUAINTAKCE.
Failure nt Enrefcn of Former
.Tinker of Honolulu.
A Eureka dispatch of April 23
says: "As a result of tho failure
nt iUn M..An tl.nbinn Hnmnn....
the Humboldt Tannine ami Man-
nfacturiug Company mude an
assignment this morning for the
benefit of- creditors. ' The liabili
ties are $11,482; assets not stated.
J. M. Sass, president of the Tan
ning Company, is a director of the
Randall Banking Company, and
it is Raid tho bank held a large
overdraft against him which has
been the causo of bankruptcy pro
ceedings." Mr. Sass was a resident of Ho
nolulu some yoars ago, having
been foreman of Wilder's ice
works iu Nuuanu valley.
When tho Stockton steamer
Captain Weber readied this city
yesterday morning, says the San
Francisco Examiner of April 20,
there vero two dead passengers
on board. They were Dr. J. 0.
MoCall and Frank Boley of tbo
Slough City. They had engaged
a stateroom and while under the
iulluonoo of liquor had started for
this city. They wore in a jolly
mood, although thoy had boon on
a debauch for several days. They
laughed and talked on dock until
a lute hour aud then retired to a
single stateroom. When their
room was opened yesterday morn
ing thoy were both dead. A fow
dregs of whiskey aud morphiue
were iu a flask, and on a slip of
paper wev tho wordB, "There is
uo one to blamo."
Dnvid Shanks, ono of Hono
lulu's popular young mon, bad a
very unfortunate uccident bofall
him yesterday afternoon. Ho will
bo unahlo to uso his right arm for
several mouths to come. Ou re
turning homo from tho tonuis
tournament, ho was opening a
bottle of soda-water, when tho
thing exploded. Tho flesh,
tendons, norves and artorios of tho
right wrist woro severed, the
glass from the bottle cut
ting right through to tho
bono. Dr. Horbort dressod thq
wound and put a half-dozou
stitohos in, and today tho arm waa
put in plaster of paris.
Besides having to leavo work
alone for tho next fivo mouths,
Mr. Shanks will of course havo to
f;ivo up tonnis, which ho greatly
lltTllltlt NUtVALI. riCINKS tJLKVK
LAsn WILL CO.TIE OI)r AH UN.
llryun ItricardPit ti Alromly .Niimlu-
teil Mi) I'hIIIi Tlint the Trlllllllill-
nut I'urly Will llrluir l"roicrllj-.
Stockton, April '28. Arthtirf'
Sewull of Maine, tho Democratic
nominee for Vice-President at the
recont national election, arrived in
this city this morning. He is tho
guest horoot Major J. D. Petora.
"What are the prospects for the
fnturo? " Mr. Sewall was asked.
"Well," said he, "I am of the
opinion that we will not have any
improvement in business affairs of
tho country until we reform tho
"Tho disposition of our people
East the Democrats, aud particu
larly the Silver Democrats is to
give the present Administration
evory opportunity to carry out its
pledges, and not to obstruct them
in any way. If thoy can redeem
their promises, why, we are will
ing to sacrifice our theories for the
good of tho country. At the same
time, whilo wo hope for tho restor
ation of prosperity, wo do not be
lieve that their policy can bring
When asked whether tho silver
sentiment was growing in tho
East, Mr. Sewall said:
"I think it is. As times go on
without improvement the people
aro more likely to tako our view
ot it. I think it is so hero, from
what I have seen.
"The Republican gold men rely
lltinil till! tllfitT tfl rPfttofO II fit 1 D II III
proHpority, and tlWMll give it
trial. Thoy also . speak of
international bimetallism. Most
of them must know that that can
not be vory successful until Ame
Mr. Sewall talked briefly of the
possibilities of 1900. Ho con
sidered tho recont speech of Mr.
Cleveland before the Reform Club
of New York as tho opening gun
of the gold Democrats for the next
"I think that is just the starting
in of the campaign of that part of
tbo Democracy. They are making
au early organization with the
view of putting Mr. Cleveland in
tho field two years henoo. I
think, howevor, his argument was
pretty effectively'auswered by Mr.
Bryan aud Mr. Wutterson."
Tbo Examiner representative
asked whether he 'thought Mr.
Bryan would be tho choice of the
silver men again in TJUU.
"No doubt about it," responded
Mr. Sewall. "I consider Mr. Bryan
already nominated," he added.
"If we are right our causo will
grow. If tho sentiment in favor
of silver shoald not increase, thai
very faot might be evidence that
we wero not right. But I don't
entertain any doubt as to tho final
result of this question."
When asked if ho thought the
recent Democratic victories in city
elections in the East showed any
change of heart on tbo monetary
question, Mr. Bewail replied :
"I think it is rathor oarly to
consider them significant. 1
think tho pooplo should wait and
not raise any issues nor organize
until the Administration has had
fair time a year or two so that
we can see the effects of thi
tariff. I think the bettor policy
for the silvor party is to let the
other party do our work now, t
givo tho country somo objoct lea
sons." Meobanioa' Home, corner Hotel
and Nununu atreeta, lodging by
day, week or month. Tonus: 2&
and 50 contu por night. $1, nnrE
31.25 ner week.
Boforo giving your ordqr for it
Eortrait, boo what King Broa
avo to show in crayon enlarge
mouta and jitdgo for yourself."
whetuor thoy can givo you this
valuo for your money ox