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Vol. III. No. 634.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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A. L. FINNEY, Manager.
the man got very Tret. The wetting
gave him a cold. The cold, neglected,
developed to a cough. The cough
sent him to a bed of sickness. A dose
of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, taken at
the start, would have 'nipped the cold
in the hud and saved the sickness,
suffering, and expense. The house
hold remedy for colds, coughs, and all
lung troubles, is
Dr. J. O. Ayer So Co.,
X.OWEIX, MASS., TJ. B. A.
Ih BaM tftdili it the World's Chlet ExoMltlaaa.
MW Beware "of cheap Imitations. The
Dame Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral la proml
nent on the wrapper, and la blown in the
glass of each bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents fortho Republic of Hawaii.
have now marked down
all their goods and invito
N J ' They guarantee the
" lowest prices and satis-
rjj( i faction.
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Now goods by every
Old goods below cash
t . Von Holt Block, King Street,
1 Real Estate Broker.-
209 Merohnnt Street.
1 Surrey in Qno order; price $200.
House and Lot, 75x155 ft., on No. 71
Young street; parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
, dining-room, eta.
Lot on Wilder avenue 100x300 ft., fenced.
I Houbo on Beretanla street, near Piikoi
-i-ol. d. mnma .ItnlnrT.rnnm. Iclto.linn. IJAtll.
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room and on empty lot to keep a horse.
Architect and Superintendent
u Office: 305 Fort street,
Spreckels Block, Room 5.
HONORS HELD BY NATIVES
TWO UNITED HTATKS NAW TEAITIN
Tlilril Micht of Titg-of-War Tourna
ment TurceiWell Contented lMills
Foundry Men Unbeaten.
Threo contests full of power
and grit wore pulled off in the
tug-of-war tournament Saturday
night. It was a big occasion for
tho manogemont, too, for tho
pavilion was crowded on both
sides of tho platform. Waikiki
and Moanalua, two native teams,
mado the flist nfttch a short
bat cood while it lasted.
Moanalua had to play a holding
game and did it so well that1 Wai
kiki had to win all at 'once, al
most, at the end of 28 minutes.
One of the Moanalua's men was
helped off the stage exhausted.
U. 8. 8. Marion and Fakaka, or
tho boatboys, next laid themselves
to tho hawser. The boatboys1 big
anchor man, who fainted in tho
moment of victory over the U. 8.
S. Philadelphia tho other night,
came along smiling to his place.
If he held out this time, itwas
only a question of how long tho,
Marion mon would stay, that is,
taking previous contests into
mind. Later, when tho blue
jackets were able to get buck
inches of lost rope, the issue was
less certain to appearance. At
the settling down tho boatboys
secured threo inches of the re
quired 00. They rested a minute
and with a strong wriggle hauled
in nine indies, then in another
breath had a whole foot in their
favor. At the end of three
minutes it was baok to
nine, and. .another strain by
the Marion gained threo
inches.. They counted too quick
ly on having things their way,
however, and spurting again only
lost rope. At seven minutes the
boatboys had the pointer a foot
on their side. Severe straining by
either team in turn kept the mark
moving baok and forth, but only
by half an inch to two or threo
inches until twenty minutes had
elapsed, when the advantage lay
but nine inches with tho boatboys.
Following this up with a torrifio
heave ho, they made the mark
travel to 1-foot 2 inches, but the
bluejackets took tho inches back
and left tho foot and at 25 minutes
reduced the lead to ten inches.
Just under tho half hour the boat
boys put on tension and got two
feet of rope, of which the blue
jackets with a supremely plucky
effort recovered six inches. At 32
minutes the bluejaokets were short
of hemp only 1 foot 10 inches,
and were showing grit in holding
which gavo their friends hope.
Grit was of no use, bowevor, with,
out the requisite degree of grip.
Ono more long and strong strain
by the boatboys, and tho bluo-
jackets reluctantly paid out the
rest of the cable. The final
struggle lasted but a minute, the
pistol cracking for Fakaka at 33
minutes from the start.
Groat interest attached to tho
last tug of the evening, that bo
tweon the U S. 8. Philadelphia
and tho Honolulu Iron Works.
As it took tho Pakakas 52 minutes
to pull tho Philadelphias ovor on
Thursday evening, it was believed
that oveu tho mon of iron had now
at least a good half hour of work
boforo thorn, The foundry mon
had tho airier end of tho platform,
the end on which tho winners of
ull Thursday night's matches, as
well as of tho two previous ones
this night, had been placed. This
was accounted a disadvantage to
tho naval team. An inch for the
foundry men was 'gained in tho
initial strain, and a spurt to try
for a summary pull ovor notted
them two inches more. In six
minutes the natives had four
inches, but tho bluejackets mado a
valiant strugglo and brought tho
pointer to zero. ' Fivo minutes
later the foundry had six inchos,
and a few minutes tho Philadel
phia spurted only to loso a foot.
They gdt back two inches but at
tho ond of 16 minutes a fierce
struggle left the bluejaokets short
by 1 foot 1 inch. The mark sot
tied at a foot, and then went back
on the foundry to 10 inches, whoro
it rested briefly after 2G minutes
all told.' Then the iron men
surged on the spring every minute
and seldom without gaining a good !
inch. Soon tboy were taking two .
or threo inchos at a rally,
yet, so gallantly did tho tars
braco '.back, soma of tho efforts
wore in vain. At 33 minutes tho
navy hadl foot 8 iuches of leeway
to recover, nud a lively struggle
of haul and hold mado no chaugo.'
About this time tho Philadelphia's
lending man asked how long they
had been pulling, saying he would
be ready to let go at 40 minutes.
Ho had to pay "tout four inches
beyond two feet at 38 minutes,
and a minute later the foundry
men held three feet. Four'minates
moro tho cordago jumped nine
iuches, and in another, minuto six.
The jig was up with tho sailors.
their last nino inchos jerking out
of their grapnels within the next
two minutes. Henry Walker's
pistol missed fire two or three
times, but the match was won in
about 45 minutes.
Tho Honolulu Iron Works team
has scored a victory overy time it
has been engaged.
In the nino matches thus far
of the tournament, there has been
no protest and not a lost particle
of good feeling. This indicates
good management. Tho officers.
are Tom Wright, O. Elwin, H. E.
Walker, Goo. 8. Harris and W.
Of Hawaiian tflsulon Children' So.
clely Held Hatnrday Evening.
The annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society
took place on,Saturday evening at
the residonco of J. B. Atheiton
Several amendments to the con
stitution wero discussed and pass
ed and tho usual appropriations
for tho coming year voted. These
amount to a total of $2290.
The following officers weroeleo
ted to servo for the ensuing year:
President J. S. Emerson.
Vico President Col. Geo. De
Treasuror L. A. Dickey.
Recording Secretary Rev. J.
Miss M. A.'Chamberlain, Mrs. L.
B. Coan, Miss Charlotte Hall,
Miss Harriet G. Forbes.
Elective members of the Board
of Managers Rev. O. H. Gulick
and Miss Helen Judd.
At Emma Hajnare.
The government band will give
the usual concert at Emma square
this evening, commencing at 7:30,
with the following program:
Overture Ten Girls and No Husband....
Fantasia -The Goldon Blonde Eilcnberrr
Grand Selection II Hravo Mercadanto
Hawaiian Bonus and Choruses.
Solo: Mr. D. Moe.
Cornet Solo The Surf Stelubauscr
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Variations My Old Kentucky Home....
...,..' , :.. . , ....Dalbey
Fantasia A Hunt In the lilack Forest ....
Waltz Artist Llfu Strauss
HiiKlilcn nud 1'liartoiM,
Gus Sohumau bogs to inform
tho public that ho has on hand a
Gno now lino of Surroys, Buggies,
Pbaotons, Road Wagons and Carts;
Double and Single Buggy, Ex
press and Hack Harness made
specially for the Hawaiian trade.
These goods are now on exhibi
tion at the Club Stables.
It's ono thing.to tako an order
for a portrait and quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros
portraits have always been Known
to givo satisfaction and now that
thoy havo reduced thoir prices so
low, an extra inducomont is offer
ed. Seo what thoy havo boforo
SECOND DAY'S RAGING
ANorilKR Bin CROWD NEARLY
PILLS TUB NTAItDS,
ihf ITIaiina Wonder Airaln Taken
llotb Bicycle KvenM-Pavorltea
Get Lell lu llrse Hacea.
Whilo the attendance at the an
nual meeting of tho Hawaiian
Jockey Club Association was not
as largo as on Friday, still it was
much larger than was expected
and sufficiently large to comforta
bly fill tho stands. Thero was a
noticeable absence of carriages in
the inolosuro. "
The half and mile bicycle races
wero both easy victories for Jv.
Sylva, who won aa'he pleased in
1:074 and 2:29J. .After tho way
ne showed up m Friday's taces
the result was a foregone conclu
In tho first of the horso races,
fivo eighths of a mile dash for
Hawaiian bred horses, for a purso
of $150, the starters were Ame
thyst, Antidote, Billy O.'and'Con
federate. After a good deal of
jockeying Starter Wilson finally
sent them off together, Amethyst
leading until close to the Jookoy
Club stand when Antidote weut
to the front and won with easo.
Time 1:C5 1 6.
For tho paciug and trotting
event, a purse of $150 offered by
the Enterprise Brewing Company
and $50 added by the Association,
the entries were Ralph, Billy u in
to u aud Gladys. Tho two lat
ter wore both heavily backed
to win, nearly everybody seem
ing to have forgotten the
2:25 heat made by Ralph the day
In tho first heat Gladys led to
tho half whon Billy Buttou show
ed up in front and kept the lead
until the stretch was reached.
Here Ralph who had been a long
way behind put on a burst of
speed and passed them both, win
ning by nearly two lengths from
Gladys. Time 2:25.
In the second heat Gladys
again took a long lead at the turn.
She was soon caught by Billy
button who wont off uis feet in
the effort. Billy broko twioo more
beforocoming into thostrotch aud
again just before reaching the dis
tanco poBt whore a collision with
Ralph was narrowly averted.
Billy Button crossed the wire
about half a length in advance
but tho heat was given to Ralph
on acconnt of the four bad breaks
mado. Time 2:274.
In the third heat Billy Button
was given a now driver in the
person of Dickey Davis, but tho
horso continued to break frequent
ly. Dickey hold him down to his
work rirotty well but Ralph who
was going liko clockwork all tho
timo took tho heat and race in
For the Rosita Challenge Cup,
a mile running race, Magnet,
Amaranth and Sympathetic
Last were tho starters, Lord
Brock boing withdrawn. Ama
ranth was backed heavily
to win with Magnet as second
choico, but there , were a few
knowing ones who'put up ull thoy
had on the stranger. After a
beautiful start Amaranth took tho
lead and kopt it until part way
down the Btretoh when the now
horso went to tho front and won in
a gallop by several lengths. Timo
The half mile dash, for a purso
of $100, for maidens only'founed
two starters, Mikado and Mikimiki.
It was won by the former without
a struggle. Time CC1.
Tho consolation trotting and
pacing race for non-winners,
purse $150, brought out Dr. Shaw's
Watermelon Joe and Wm.Norton's
Directress. Tho latter won both
heats with little difficulty in 2:314.
Speaking of the "kicking" in
dulged in by somomombors of tho
Jockey Club and othors ovor the
dooision of tho judges in Friday's
racos, a prominent member of the
Jockey Club said to a reporter on
"These men havo no one to
blame but thomselves. There is
the Bame kick every year about the
judges, that they are baok num
bers, not posted in tho rulos, in
exporienced and bo forth, and yet
the very men who are doing
tho kicking won't tako in
terest enough in tho affairs of
tho Jockey Club to ovon
attend ono meeting a year. There
aro just about a dozon of us who
havo to run tho whole business
boanuse the rest of tho members
wou't attend meetings. Ve try
hard to got thoso people to come
to the meetings aud have their say
as to tho selection of judgps aud
other officials, but no, thev won't
come and consequently tho few of
us who do attend nave to do tho
best we cam It is very hard to
get mon to aocopt tho thankless
position of judges at tho races and
really competent men are scarce
and being generally interested in
the 'races are not eligible. If
these members who aro doing so
muoh kicking would take interest
enough in the affairs to tho Asso
ciation to attend its meetings and
do their kicking there, I for one
should be vory glad and would
willingly turn ovor to them what
little sharo I havo in the manage
ment. But thoy won't, thoy will
just kick for a day or two, and
then it will be tho samo thing
nvar nnaln navf imar "
W.W ...-.M UUA. TUl...
SUPMKHE COUKT m.CISIO.V.
Minister of (he Interior Una No l)l
crelnin In Itaulnir Certnlu Llceuaci.
In tho Supremo Court a deci
sion has been handed down this
morning in the matter of tho ap
plication of Tai Kee for a writ of
mandamus to compel tho Minister
of tho Inteiior to grant him a
license for a lodging houso on the
corner of BeretaniaaudPensacola
streets. In the Circuit Court,
Judge Ferry held in this case
that the authority of the
Miaistor was a discretion
ary one, and tho writ was denied
and an appeal was taken. Tho
Supreme Court takes a different
view aud holds that the languago
of the stutute is mandatory on the
Minister and that he has no dis
cretion to oxorcise. The syllabus
of tho decision which is a very
long ono, written by Justice Frear
ana concurred in by Jastico Whit
ing nnd Judge A. W. Carter sit
ting in tho placo of Chiof Justice
Judd, reads as follows:
Act 04, Laws of 189C, provides
lnjaootion i that "tuo Minister of
tho Interior may, upon applica
tion of any person, isbuo to such
applicant any license hereinafter
enumerated upon tho terms and
conditions set forth," and pre
scribes in Sections G8-74 tho
terras and conditions upon
which lodging-house licenses may
Held, that tho word "may" in
Section 1 should bo construed as
"shall" with referonco to lodging
house licenses, and that tho Min
ister has not discretionary power
to rofuso to issue a lodging-house
liconso to an applicant who has
complied with tho terms and con
ditions sot forth in Sees. G8-74.
A. S. Humphreys for tho
applicant and Deputy-Attorney-General
E. P. Dole for the Min
iBtor of the Interior.
There aro two reasons why
people are now paying car faro
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
Palama Grocery and back. Reason
1. It is tho only placo on tho
Islands whoro tho colebrated Sal
vation Army tea is sold. Reason
2. After paying car fare both
ways patrons find they aro monoy
in pocket by dealing at this "live
and let live" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods botwoen Dia
mond. Head and Moanalua freo.
Opposite Railway dopot, King
street. Tel. 765.
Moohanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
andC0 cents por night. $1, and
$1.25 per week.
THE AMERICAN FOURTH
nixmrKR newall, anki:i
DELIVER TIIK ORATION.
Tli American I'elrbratlnti Will Con
Mat nf a Ball unit Literary i:xer
chci nt linlepnuueo irk.
Miutnter Swall catlol tho
meeting of Ainuriitmi citizens to
order at tho Arlington hotel on
, Saturday evening, tnore being
about forty present. In hi3 re
marks the Minister suid he waB
'gratified to meet and becnino ac
quainted with so many Americans
on such an occasion, and in pre
paring for a fitting celebration of
Independence Day he was with
them heart and soul in his official
and private capacity. In closing
ho extended a cordial invitation to
all American citizens to call on
him at the Legation on tho Fourth,
of July or at any othor time.
a JEJon. P. C. Jonos'was unani
mously elected permanent cuair
mau add J. A. Oilman secretary.
In accepting the offico of chair
mau, Mr. Jones said he was parti
cularly ploasod with tho honor
conferred upon him because
"we've got a roprosoutative bore
now who is a true Amorican.
We've boon bottled up horo for
four years, and I'm nappy to soy
that our presont representative i
a man before whom we can say
what we have to say without fear
of hurting anyone's feelings."
The following gontlemou wore
solocted as tho Committee of
Twenty-one to tako charge of tho
arrangements and assigned to
duty on tho following nnb-committees:
Finance J. A. McCandless,
Androw Brown, P. O. Jones, J. B.
Atborton and F. J.Lowroy.
Ball W. P. Boyd, J.N.Wright,
F. 0. Smith, F. B. McStooker and
T. B. Murray.
Literary Rev. D. ' P. Birnio,
George W. Smith, O. B. Ripley,
A. V. Gear, W. R. Farrington.
Decoration Georgo Stratemey
er and G. W. R. King.
Printing Ed To who and J. A.
Salutes J. S. Martin.
Tho General Cotnmittoo was
empowered to add to its number
if occasion required.
A motion was unanimously
passed to the effect that it was tho
general dosiro of American citi
zens that Minister Bewail deliver
the oration on the Fourth of
Minister Sewall said ho bad
privately expressed himself a few
days previously as Hardly pre
pared to deliver an address this
year on account of pross of busi
ness, that he was bo busily
engaged upon the work which
thoso present wished him
to bo on gaged upon that,
he hardly felt ho could devote the
time necessary to tho preparation
of an address. Howovor, in res
ponso to the general desire he
would modify his former refuBtill
and request time to consider thtt-,
Tho question was thou referred ta
tho Literary Committee, who nrt
pledged to leavo no etono unturn
ed in their efforts to induoo Min
istor Sewall to be tlie orator of tlit
day. As far as arranged the Americ
an colobration will include the
customary literary exorcises nucfi
singing at Independence halL
in tho morning, tho iiripg oiT
salutes at noon and a ball in that
evomng. Tho coienration wir
most likely be held on Monday,-'
July 5, the same as in the Unitoafi.
With the usual vote of thanks
to the Minister for calling thfr
mooting and to Managor Krntisv
for the nse of his parlors the moult
If you aro intoreatod in tho snl
ject of onlargod portraits, it wouluE
ho worth your while to see thfr
samples at King Bros, at prices:
ranging from $5.00 to $10,0S
frames and all. Thoy can't be beai-