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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 14. 187.
B Evei?ii$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1897.
There is a most important
vncnucy in ofllco for tho Board of
Health to fill, iu tho place lii'ld by
tho late .Mr. Meyer as superinten
dent of tho Molokai Lopor Settle
ment. It ia uot every mini who
might bo willing to tnke tho office
with ii good salary attached, who
will be ablo to givo satisfaction to
tho authorities in a rulo of mild
ness combined with firmness and
uound discretion. If experience,
kuowledgo of tho needs of the po
sition, and true and tried integrity
in tho publio service for many
years, are qualifications of tho first
momont, there is a man in view
who can fill the bill. Whether ho
can arrange his private offuirs so
as to accept the office, would bo a
qnestion to bo settled by himself,
lteforonco is had to David Day
ton, who iu past yoars ably ad
miuistered at different times the
offices of Deputy Marshal, Police
Magistrate of Honolulu and Pre
sident of the Board of Health.
In tho lust named capacity, as
well as while Deputy Marshal,
Mr. Dayton was tho origi
nator of many of tho im
provements and reforms which
are today making for the comfort
ami comparative happiness of tho
nufortuuates segregated at Kalau
pnpa aud Kalawao. It is not ne
cessary that Mr. Dayton should as
superintendent live constantly at
the Settlement. He would practi
cally bo nearer it at Honolulu
than the lamented incumbent was
at Kulae on Molokai, with the ex
ception that he would not be in
telephonic communication in case
of omorgency. With an efficient
deputy and other trustworthy
local officers, however, the weekly
mail would be adequate for keep
ing tho superintendent in touch
with the requirements of the Set
tlement. Mr. Dayton is the man
for the place, if his services can
AN OPIUM SKIZHKK.
CIiuh l'.ion CniilurPM I wonCv Six Till
and Nhiii .Vlncy n Mnre'n Meat.
Last night Officer Chun Poon
of Dotectivo Kaapa's force and
eonio assistants made a raid on
the promises occupied by Ah
Hong aud captured twenty six
tins of opium. This morning Ah
Hong pleaded guilty before Judge
Wilcox and was ordered to ap
pear for soutouce on Saturday,
being released on bonds in the
Hack Inspector Sam Maoy had
an opium bee buzziug in hie bon
net this morning but it developed
into a firstclass maro's nest. From
private information the inspector
came to the conclusion that thore
was opium galore concealed in
a lot of freight sent up from Wai
anae to Ah Fo, in care of Wing
Wo Toi. He got out a warrant
for Ah Fo's arrest and a Boarch
warrant. Tho freight was taken
in charge by the police and con
voyed to the station house where
it was opened and examined. No
opium was found.
Tho Nht1 OuurCmnrllnl.
The courtmartial which has
been in session for several days
over the case of Oscar J. Jensen,
the ordinary seaman charged with
disobeying the lawful ordors of
his suporior and using profane
and threatening language while
on duty, is ut an end, argument
by tho Judge Advocate aud Mr.
Macdonald, tho prisoner's coun
sel, having been finished on Satur
day. Tho session this morning
wus for deliberation on tho find
ings of the court. Tho decision
onnot be made . publio until it
fias been approved by Admiral
Sharkoy will defeat Mahor if
lie drinks tho now O. P. S. Whis
key that is just put on tho market
at tho Anchor Saloon. Also,
IJttlf-nnd-Half and Seattle Boor
FUN Kit A I. OV K. W. nr.YKR.
IniproKlvo Service. Ml llio Home of
Tho funeral of tho lato Rudolph
W. Meyor took place at 4 p. m. on
Sunday, from the residonco of his
son-in-law, William Mutoh, Kali
hi. Services wero conducted at
tho houso by Rev. H. H. Parkor,
assisted by llev. Stephen L.
Desha. Hymns wero beautifully
sung by pupils of tho Kanioha
moha Boys' and Girls' schools,
under direction respectively of
Theo. F. Richards and Miss Pope,
principals. Mr. Parker offered
prayer in English after the first
hymn. After another hymn, ho
mado a few remarks iu Hawaiian,
and Mr. Desha offered tho closing
prayer in tho same tongue.
Thore was a largo attendance,
among others present being
noticed, J. A. King, Minister of
tho Interior; Mrs. David Dayton,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Garter, Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Nolte and MiBB
Nolte, Prof. W. D. Alexander,
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Messrs. T. F.
Lansing aud 0. A. Brown, raom
bers, and Mr. Charles AVilcox,
secretary of the Board of Health;
Mr. John Phillips and Miss Phil
lips. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lucas,
Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas, Mr. and
Mrs. Nakuina, Messrs. J. B. Ath
erton, F. J. Lowrey, W. R. Castle,
0. B. Dwight, 0, H. Eldredge,
Harry Whitney, J. M. Sims, J.
McCorriston, Dan'McCorriston, J.
Dunn, W. H. Hopper, Geo. L.
Dull, Jj 'A. Dower, 0. A. Lovokin,
Henry Holmes, 0. Bosse, Captain
Dabol, F. F. Porter, and many
The pall bearers were Messrs.
Win. Auld, J. A. King, J. U. Car
ter, Charles Lucas, J. Mort Oat,
T. F. Lansing, A. Jaeger
and J. M. Dowsett. A
platoon of native police under
an officer acted as guard of honor
and body bearers.
Thero was a long lino of car
riages in the procession, which
was to the steamer Waialealo ut
tho Pacific Mail wharf. The
chief mourners wero Mr. Otto
Moyor, tho eldest son, wifo and
children; Mr. and Mrs. Mutoh and
children; Mr. and Mrs. H. R.
Hitchcock, Pen. Meyer, the
youngest son, and Rudolph Dun
can, a grandson.
An opportunity was givon at
the housb for a farewell look at
the faco of tho dead. It looked as
natural as if iu living sleep. The
coffin was covered on top with
roses, carnations, etc., and its
sides wero festooned with leis of
tuberoses. Many and beautiful
were floral emblems contributed
The Waialealo left for Kauna
kakai, Molokai, at 8 o'clock, with
the funeral party comprising
about thirty people on board.
BY POLICE VT CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms tho sory com
ing' from Lima to the clTect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States churgc
of legation at Lima for the releise of
the mate of the American hark "Uncle
John." He vis ashore on December
10 last at Callao, and was arrested be
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or in bottles at the
TUG OF WAR
Tuesday Evening, June l
At Bristol's Pavilion, Commencing at
Pakaka vs. Waikiki.
Makani Eooo vs. Honolulu Iron
U. S. S. Marion vs. U. S. S. Phila
delphia. Admission, 60c. and 25o.
Open Air Concert
.... ON THE ....
Kamohameha Manual Grounds
June 14, at 8 o'clock,
For the Benefit of the Kamekameiia.
Kaniehameha Band, Glee Club, In
dian Club Swinging, Sword Drill,
Choruses, Etc., Etc.
jTickets, including car fare, 60o.
For sale at Tbruin's Bool: Store.
HOUSEHOLD AND DAIRY.
j The long continued drouht
of this year has necessarily
affected dairies, especially on
I this island, and its continuance
1 bids fair to seriously affect the
iiuiK buppiy. ionsequenuy ii
behooves dairymen to be niore
economical than ever in order
to make both ends meet before
the next rainy season. In no
way can economy be practised
to better advantage than in
using "the'ALPHA-DE Laval
Cream Separators. Here
are a few of the advantages to
be gained from their use:
1. Save 10 percent, to 0
percent, in skimming. 2. Save
5 percent, to 10 percent, in
churning.' ). Increase butter
value $ percent, to 50 percent.
4. Save time and labor. $. Save
ice and water. 6. Insure purity
of product. 7. Remove tuber
culosis and disease germs.
8. Give a much superior cream.
9. Give cream of any desired
density. 10. Give warm, fresh,
sweet skim-milk. 1 1 . Obviate
"scours" in calves. 12. Give
the best aeration. ). Do away
with taints and odors. 14. En
hance keeping qualities. $.
Save women's and housework.
16. Save one-half time in
churning. 17. Save storing and
handling of ice. 18. Save milk
and ice-houses. 19. Save mul
titude of utensils. 20. Save
washing and care of utensils.
We have just made arrange
ments with the agents by
which we can sell this Separa
tor cheaper than ever.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
no. 307 fort st-ret,
Opposite Bprookels' Bank
Eagle -:- House
The Eaoi.e House In the Coolest
and most Handsomely KuruUhed iu
with an excellent arrangement of
the Menu. . .
EDWARD A. KOSTA,
Alexander Cookburn and Alex
ander Lindsay, Jr., both of Eailua,
North liona, Hawaii, have this
day formed a partnership under
the firm name of "The Eona
Trading Company" for the pur
pose of carrying on a general, im
porting and merchandise busiuoss
at said Kiiilua, North Kona.
Kailua, November 25, 189G.
John E. White of Hookena,
South Eona, Hawaii, has this day
boon admitted as a partner of
"Tho Eona Trading Company"
doing ft genoral importing and
merchandise business at Eailua
and Holualoa, North Eona, Ha
waii. Eailua, March 81', 1897.
During tho temporary absence of
our Mr. W. G. Irwin from these Inl
ands, Mr. E. 1. Spalding will act un
der Power of Attorney for the Bank
of CluuaSprecM & Co.
Honolulu, June 2, 1807.
CLAU8 Bl'ttECKELS & CO.
This is a serious question,
ono at which somo folks take
offense, yet salesmen are under
tho necessity of asking it.
Some folks rJeal near home,
settle infrequently, never in
vestigate to see whether they
pay more than they should and
too often allow their accounts to
go long over due. If you don't
care what tho family expenses
are it's a poor way to do if you
want to leave your children in
affluent circumstances when
you aro gone. Now it is quite
an advantage to have an open
account at a well-known house,
who can executo your order
promptly. Often persons say
they don't want an account and
will pay in a few days. But
we cannot keep memoranda of
charges; it isn't safe or good
business. The stock found in
ordinary stores is usually stale,
uninviting and inferior, while
the stock in our store is turned
so frequently and so carefully
watched that it is at all times
fresh. Our stock in trude con
sists of the luxuries and deli
cacies from every civilized na
tion. Send for our catalogue
and prices and note tho variety
offered. Telephone us 240.
We supply all nationalities.
LEWIS & CO., importers
and exportors of table luxuries,
wholesalers and retailers con
tractors to tho "U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. and other na
tions' Men-of-war on the Paci
DELIVERIES MADE AS FOLLOWS :
Nuuanu Valley, KhIIIiI and Plain
dally 10:30 A m. and 2:30 r M.
Walkikl Mondays aud Thursdays
Mail orders promptly
Lewis & Co.,
Soon Be Coming Off
Graduating classes want
class photos made. Lower
classes ought to havo
them, too. Wo want to
do all the college work
this year. Our posing
and grouping are not sur
We know our prices are
as low as the finest work
Fort Street, Honolulu.
A New and Tliorouplily Elllcient Dos
Dandruff in the Head.
Guaranteed to Cuio tUo Scalp of nil Bkln Di
seases, i'ut up Iu one elzu uotllu only.
Criterion Barber Shop,
PACHEC0& FERNANDAS, Prop.
Fort St., Opp. Pantbcon Stables.
8J. MACDOSAI-D. A. B. HUMW1HET8
HUMPHREYS & MCDONALD
Attorneys S Counsellors.
OlUce, 113 KaauumanuSt., Honolulu,
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
The Best and tho Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inoh'Holes, Oven 15x17. Price $ 8 Od
Western, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Ovon 10 ixl7. " 15 00
Pmze Range, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price 23 00
Welcome IUnoe, No.7-18,G-7 inch Holos, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico ., ;....-. 27 00-
ArroLLO IUnoe, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holos, Oven 18x38 inches.
Price 30 00
Sutemj Universal Uanqe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Oven
18x18. Prico ' 35 00
r FOR SALE
.Pacific Hardware Co,. Ltd
S. W. LEDliKEIl, T ""V"
Just Rocolvoil at the I
American and Hawaiian Flags
All BIzea in Bdntino, Bilk and Cvtto.v.
tST New and FiraUclaaa SECOND' HARD FUKNirURE of all kinds solitohnap for
The GOLDEN RULR BAZAAU wll
ktep coiiHiuntly on liuutl u
go. Ill lino of
Ciilalmslif h, Coffee Wood Stick,
Curloo, Eto , Etc.
IN ADDITION TO
Blank and Miscellaneous Books.
Ttblets for Foreign Correspondence.
Up to-dalu Papeterle, in tbe new
Prices Always the Lowest
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
It seems funny that any man
two dollars and fifty cents for a
label in a hat.
Lots of 'em do it.
The exclusive hatter
thinks it funny too.
HU bats $5.00,
See the humor?
Agents for Dr. Delrael'u Linen
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Office : Kalawao, Molokai, H. T.
Abstract and Business
Having been entrusted from busi
ness men all over tho Islands for the
past years, I am prepared to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds in a most
thorough, aoourato aud complete man
ner, aud to negotiate sales or leases of
lands belonging to tboaa who aro re
siding at the Settlement on short no
tice, i 633-3m
Evening Bulletin. 75c per month.
Corner King and Kuu
X Ii a New. Stool; of
Tho construction ia npon the
most advanced principles of the
Art of Piano manufacture; and no
pains or expense have been spared
to not only solidly construct, but
to so apply the various parts that,
besides their wonderful singing or
tone-producing power, they would
stand well in tune and in all cli
mates. The qualities of these Pi
anos are Durability, Sweetness of
Tone with great power, Singing or
tone - carrying capacity, Evenness
throughout the Scale, aud Standing
Tho "iEoliau" Pedal, or "tono
muillor," is intended for the use
of beginners und students of the
Piano-Forte. By its use, one de
rives all the benotits of touch,,
while doing away with tho noise
or monotonous tone produced in
tho practise of scales, chords or
chromatics, which is so annoying
to tho listener, and of no advan
tage to the perfonnor. It also
Baves the hammers from unneces
sary wear, thereby prolonging the
life of the instrument for many
We are now offering these ele
gant Pianos on the most favorable
terms. Parties contemnlatinc nur-
ohasing a Piano will do well to
investigate the merits of ,th
Wall, Nichols Co
Administrator's Sale of
By order of the Hon. A. Porry, Se
cond Judge of the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit, the undersigned g au
thorized to sell at Publio Auotlon all
of the right, title nud Interest of the
late Arthur P. Peterson, deceased, in
and to Four Shares Iu the Hul Land
of Watkane, Oahu, to the highest bid
der, at 12 o'clook noon, on the 22ml
day ot Juue, A. D 1897. at the Court
Home Altlolaul Haiti in Honolulu.
Terras: Cash. Deeds at purchaser's
..... A- v. GEAR,
Administrator of the Estate of A. P.
Peterson, deceased. 628-td.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrriCEi 203 Merchant street, OatopbeU
Blookjrear ot J, O. Gartefj office, p,0,
Telephone 478 . .fiti' ,