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Vol. III. No. 64G.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1897.
FrIOI 5 OlNTS.
THE EVENING BULLETIN;
Fabliahed every day except Sunday st
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
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Canaan, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, ether Foreign
Oountrioa 13 00
Payable Invariably In Advance
Teiephono 260. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
is tho soil in which roots life, health,
strength, happiness. The soil of tho
blood can bo drained or impoverished
like any other' soil, and can bo fertil
ized and nourished in n similar way.
You can get back tho old spring and
snap. You can enjoy labor by day
and sleep by night. You can eat
your food with tho
of health, If you only supply tho
blood with its lacking nutriment;
vitalizo it, or if you like, fertilize it
A largo number of so called tonic
remedies are disguised stimulants.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a stimu
lant but a nourishment. It feeds
tho blood and so enriches it, as well
as purifies it. That is why physi
Biwina ef Imitation!. Til name Ayer's
SartaparUla la prominent on lh wrapptr
nd blown in tbo gliti of each bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the Ilopublio of Hawaii.
have now marked down
all their goods and invite
They guarantee the
lowest prices and satis
faction. New goods by every
Old goods below cash
Von Holt Block, King Street,
Real Estate Broker.
209 JJ Merchant Street.
1 Surrey In fino order; prioo $200.
Uouno and Lot. 70x165 (t., on No. 71
Toiiug xtreot; parlor, 3 bedroom, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avenuo 100x300 (t., fenced.
House on llerctanla Btreet, near l'llkol
trot) 4 roouiH,dliili)-rooui, kitchen, bath
room mid an empty lot to keep n Iiotho,
Architect and Suporlntcndcnt
KSu Ollluo: llOf) Fort Btroofc,
Bprookole' Block, Hoom fi,
MR. MEYER'S SUCCESSOR
KXTRKRILT DODRTrill. IP ANT
WILI, BK APPOINTS.
I Proponed tn Kp he I,-per Set
tlement Directly Under the Con
trol of the Board of Haul th.
Tkoao who have filed applica
tions for appointment to the po
sition of superintendent of tbo
Leper Settlement, mode vacant byfpropriation
the death of R. Wj Meyer, and
those who aro thinking of doing
so may rest easy aver the matter
for several months to come, for
tho vacancy will not be filled for
some time,and more than likely not
until after the Legislature meets.
While tho Board has seriously
considered tho names of two or
three persons in connection with
the place, and of whoso qualifica
tions there has beon no question,
neither of those havo'been willing
to give up employment equally
aB lucrative and isolate themselves
on Molokai to suit tho pleasuro of
A suggestion was madcatono
of the BeBsions of the Board of
Health that soems to have found
favor and to havo been
adopted. It was that tho
Board make an experiment
and run the settlement from its
own offico through its Executive
Officer and Secretary. Orders
have been given to this effeot and
Secrotary Wilcox is now keeping
the books of the Settlement and
its store. On Tuesday of next
week Mr. Reynolds and Mr. Wil
cox will endeavor to get tho
Olaudineto land them at Kaunaka
kai, whence they will go to the
settlement and remain until the
Mokolii leaves on Saturday.
Daring their stay Mr. Reynolds
will personally look into all mat
ters connected with the Settlement
requiring attention, and post him
self aB to its needs and require
ments, bo that he can report to
tho Board. Mr. Wilcox will ex
amine into the affairs of the store,
act as interpreter and make him
self generally useful.
It is the intention of
tho Board to have these two
gentlemen make these trips once
a month, remaining on oach occa
sion several days at the Settle
ment. Under this arrangement
the Executive Officer of tho Board
of Health is the nominal superin
tendent of the Leper Settlement,
and it is expected that he will per
sonally hear and adjudicate the
many petty complaints which
come before the Board and take
up so much of its time.
While there has beon and still
ib much reticence on the part of
the members of the Board of
Health in regard to thoir plans
for the f uturo of tho Lopor Sottlo
ment, and they one and all refuse
to discuss them in public, a mem
ber of the Board said to tho writer
"Whilo I will not mention any
of the names we havo under con
sidoration for superintendent,
tncro is no narm in tolling you a
few of the uuioulties we aro labor
ing under. rflMio first is the mat
tor of salary. Mr. Meyor re
ceived 8160 per month, whothor
too much or too little does not on-
tor into the question now. Wo
havo made up our minds to sond
a good man to Molokai when we
sond any. Wo do't ask that he
shall completely isolato himself
thero but ho should spend aUuast
half of his time thoro. Another
thiug, wo don't propoao to make
auy appointment unloss wo know
that tho iucumbont will stay with
us aftor ho cets tho job. Wo
don't want to havo to sond a now
mau ovor ovory year or two.
Now do you boo tho pointy
ouch a man as wo want and that
wo think wo ought to havo cannot
bo got for 310(1 a month, and wo
won't sond auy but ono in whom
wo havo implicit ennfidoneo. Tho
Legislature Iiuh fixed tho salary at
150 a month and by tho time it
moots wo shall havo decided
wliullior to auk for nu inoroii-o r
continue to run tbo Settlement
directly from tho offico, as wo tiro
At tho last meeting of thoBoard,
Attorney-General Smith spoke
of the extra work thrown
on both Mr. Reynolds and
Secretary Wilcox by the abovo
arrangement, stating that Mr.Roy
nolds would havo to have a deputy
to attend to some of his outside
business, such as boarding vessels,
during his visits to the Settlement.
This will probably come bofore
the Board at its meeting tomorrow
afternoon. While thero is no an-
for such an official,
his salary could perhaps be
taken from the appropriation from
which tho lato Mr. Meyor
drew his salary. Thero aro
only a few huudrcd dollars
left of tho Board's appropriation
for incidental expenses, and much
economy will havo to bo prac
tised to make it last until Decem
Secretary Wilcox haB one as
sistant already, who should be
able to attend to much of the
clerical work of tho office aftor he
becomes accustomed to its routine
TUB POPi: ON KAIIXti.
Claaallneaa, Temperance, PriianUly,
Variety, Aro llucoiiiniendi-d.
The Pope has just completed a
Latin poem of 80 stanzas, pointing
out the beauties of frugality and
the evils of gluttony. The poem
is filled with charm and quiet
humor. His Holiness says to pay
attention, before all, to cleanliness.
that the table ornamonts should
be spotlpss, the glass bright, the
napery immaculate, and from tho
cellar should como tho purest
wine of the Albanian Hill, which
is exhilarating to tho spirits and
keeps away trouble. But don't
trust Bacchus, so don't bo frugal
in diluting wine and water, tie
continues: "Obtain from healthy
grain, well-cooked bread; eat spar,
mgly of chicken, lamb, and beef,
which are most nourishing to the
body. Meat should bo tender, and
without abundant sauces or root
vegetables, which spoil it. Fresh
eggs aro excellent, whether raw, or
slightly cooked. Drink an abun
dant quantity of foaming milk; it
nourisbos and assists old age; also
honoy, that colestial gift, but of
this use frugally. Add to these
sweet herbs, fresh vegetables,
garden supplies and ripe fruit, ac
cording to tho season, especially
tender apples, which, with thoir
pink tints, brighten up a banquet.
A Naw Thine lu ftklrla.
'Many years ago an American
humorist wrote a skit about the
famo and fortune which surely
awaited the man who would invent
a reversible shirt. He evidently
buildod better than he knew.. The
reversible shirt has come, and a
most astonishing thing it is. A
Washington street haberdasher
displays a lino of shirt fronts
which aro.circular disks fastoncd
at the centre by a stud. Each side
of tho disk has four colors, each
of tho V-shape quarters boing
largorthan tho vest opouiug. Tho
disk is, in fact, a revolving
'dickey,' each quarter turn giving
tho wearer appurontlv a chungo of
linen. And as tho disk has colors
on both sidos its owner has at his
coinmnnd eight chances all for
fifty cents. Chicago Times-Herald.
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A (Jiinrunteo Wanted.
Considering that tho Fourth of
July Committee are donating S150
to mako tho ball ganio between
tho Stars and St. Louis teams on
Monday aftoruoon free to tho pub
lic, thero aro many who think tho
committeo should exact a guaran
tee from tho Star's manager that
tho game will bo played to a
Kroogor rianos,swootoflt in tono,
iTaH.V.BorgHtroin,Holo agent, cash
or iiiHtrtllinotitfl. Wardrooms nt
O. WohI'h, Masonic Tomplo. Of
lico at Thrum's Book Sloro. Tun
ing and repairing. OjH" ToId
phono U 17.
THE EXECUTIVE BUILDING
mArTKRS IN AND ABOUT THE
JnpnnvM- tineallon llenchc n Phatu
MjMery About Certain I' lib.
Members and officials of the
Govern mout have obtained a good
deal of "news" about public busi
ness from their rending of papers
within tho past fow days. Some
genuine news for other people
will be found in tho following
An answer was sent by tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs to tho
communication of the Japancso
Minister Resident, inquiring for
explanations upon several points
relative to the immigration policy
of this Government. Soiuo of
tho matters inquired about wen
mentioned in an interview that
President Dole gave this paper
some days ago.
Minister Connor's answer went
carefully over all the ground, aud
is to bo referred by Minister
Shimumura to tho Japanese Gov
ernment. This probably brings
tho entire question between tho
two Governments to a new phase.
Nothing has ovor come before
tho Executive Council regarding
a change of incumbents in the
First Circuit Court. Judco Car
ter has not resigned, nor Deputy
Attorney General Dole been nsk
ed if ho would accept a position
There has beon no liquor saloon
license issued by tho Minister of
the Interior for tho foruiui Buy
Horso premises in Hotel street.
Some rivalry seems to be in action
for socuriug the lease of tho
premises. Before a Baloon license
will be issued in any case material
changes will bo required to bo
made in tho premises.
GUN COT KIN KX PLOSION.
Deatrora Coally Uno and Sbnkee
Washington, Juno 1C. The
State of Maryland trombled last
ovoniug as tho result of an explo
sion of 330 pounds of gun cotton
at the Government proving
grounds at Indian Head. A
twelve inoh brepch-losding rifle,
weighing 101,000 pounds and
worth 325,000, was blown to pieces.
The armor-covored "bomb proof"
in which tho spectators tako re
fuge while tests aro made was
wrecked and a dozen naval officers
and ordnance experts narrowly
escapod with thoir lives.
Tho final test was being mado
of a gun cotton-shell, invented by
a Chicago man, and through some
unaccountable error the shell ex
ploded in tho gun, wrecking the
monster and its carriago and
throwing bouio of tho piocos moro
than a milo down tho Potomac
Colonel O'Neill, tho Chief
of Orduauco for tho uavy, and
sevoral United States naval offi
cers aud naval attaches from tho
various foreign legations had
fortunately taken refugo on n
Navy Yard tug about a milo from
shore. Lieutenant Auderson, who
had boon directed to firo tho gun
by olectrioity, whon tho signal was
givou from tho tug, had gone bo
hind a big earth bauk or "butt"
about 300 yards from tho guu.
Ho aud other spectators were un
hurt, though n massive pieco of
tho gun, weighing mauy tons, flow
through tho air with frightful
velocity and struck tho wator
within a huudred foot of tho tug,
If tho spectators had gouo into tho
"bomb proof," ns they usually do
whon such tests nro made, thoy
would all havo boon killefl, for a
big pioco of steal struck it and
ripped through tho twolve inoh
armor us if it had boou ho much
A groat big hnlo was torn in the
ground whom tho gun stood and
thn buildings at the nroviuu
j grounds worn Imdly uhiikou. Not
a particle of tho massivo gun or
its carriago remained.
Since last September tho ord
nance exports of tke navy havo
from time to time been making
tests of this gun-cotton shell, a
donen or more "blank" shells
have been fired durine the winter,
generally with great success, and
tho officers wcro confidont that
when the final test was made the
shell would leave thegun safely and
carry its heavy load of explosive
far down tho river.
The virtuo of this shall was that
it is expected safely to carry a
chargo of gun cotton large enough
to wreck a battleship or a fortress
for a distance of from six to ten
milps, according to tho powder
charge. By an ingenious arrange
ment in the point of the shell a
vinl of fulminato of tnnrcury wbb
expectpd to explode tho gun cot
ton. Up to this time no success
ful shell of this kind had been in
vented, and if this shell had been
successful it would havo revolu
tionized naval orduauco and war
faro. suvr.i. ivoi,iri:.M, caiipaics.
Ccrtlliritlc ill Srrtlce t 3el Olltre
Minneapolis, ' Juue 1G. The
j National Volunteers of Democra
I cy is tho namo of a new organiza
tion whoso plan is exceedingly
I novel. The headquarters are at
1 8t. Louis. Local politicians aro
j receiving circulars from Secreta
ry llottman, who explains that
certificates of honor are to bo
granted to nil loyal workers.
Tho porquisito for obtaining
n certificate is six mouths' earnest
servico before 1001, when it is
hoped that Bryan will be inaugu
rated as President. A coupon is
1 to be issued and panted on tho
J original certificate. Upon this
latter is a picture of Air. Uryan
presenting to a headless body a
certificate of honor. Tho reoipient
is supposed to have bis own pho
togiaph pasted on whore the head
1 should be.
I Mr. Hoffman declares that in
1 1901 one of those certificates will
I be of more value in securing nn
I office than tho indorsement of ton
Senators and a hundred Repre
sentatives. He quotes a letter
from Mr. Bryan giving a quasi
indorsement to tho idea.
Why people como long distances
to buy at tho Palama Grocery.
Reason No. 1 Bccauso ono cus
tomer tolls another how much
they saved by dealing at this live
nnd let live establishment. Rea
son No. 2 Because tho saving
from thoir grocery bill holps them
to pay their house ront. If you
don't believe what our customers
Bay, just give us a call and bo con
vince. Hauhy Cannon,
Palama Grocery, Opposite Rail
Tel. 755, every time. Goods de
Hlaua; la Harper'a.
This is not bad, from one of tho
department writors of Hnrpor's
"Tho man who does just nB ho
darn pleases, and haB abundant
means to do it with, ought to bo
interesting to obsorvers, oven
though ho may often grow tire
some to himself.
IIUKiflea aud Pltaetona,
Gus Sohuman bogs to inform
tho public that he has on hand a
fino uow lino of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Road Wagous and Carts;
Doublo and Single Buggy, Ex
press nnd Haok Harness mado
snocially for the Hawaiian trado.
These goods aro now on exhibi
tion at tho Club Stables.
.i i ah, i. i '
It's onn thing to tako an ordor
for a portrait and quite nnothor
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits havo always boon known
to give satisfaction nnd now that
thoy havo reduced tliuir prices bo
low, an extra inducement is offer
ed. Ki'o what thoy havo bofnro
EXI'.KCINK.H OF TIIK KAMKIIAMK
HA niMI.H "I'HOOI,
Prrentilliiii .r Oerllllo .it- and Head
ing "I !ntii UuninkaiUl
The first commencement of tho
Kamehainolm School for girls
tukes place this evening at 8
o'clock at IvKiitniiknpili church,
when the following program will
be carried out:
Motto Wako tho Divino With
Kamehamoha School for Girls.
Rev. CM. Hydo, D. D.
The Teacher and Trniuer of Ha
waii's Little Ones
Poem Tho Greatest Discovory
My Life at Kamehamoha
Aoe Wong Kong.
The Servant of the Soul
Wako the Divine Within
A Bit of Clay
Chorus Sweet May Barnby
A Plea for tho Childron
Malio Kapali. -
The Use of Music
A Practical Art
Poem At School Close
rnL&ENTATION OP CERTIFICATES.
Chorus Cradle Song
Kamohameha School for Girls.
Rev. E. U. Timoteo
The following composo the class
ot 1897: Lydia Aholo, Julia
Akana, Knloi Ewaliko, Miriam
Hale, Lewa Iokiu, Helen Kahnlo
ahu, Elizabeth Kahanu, MoHe
Kapali, Hattio Kekaloho, Eliza
beth Keliinoi, Koluia Kiwaha,
Julia Lovell, Jessie Mahoahoa,
Elizaboth Waiamau, Aoo Wong
at m m
: Itlnltera In Probate Exeentlon Su
preme 4'ourt In Nenalon.
Execution in Antonio Ignacio
vs. D. L. Naono for $52.53 has
beon roturned by the Marshal as
An invontory by tho adminis
tratrix shows real estate of tho
late Josoph K. Nawahi valued at
S331G and no personal proporty.
Tho Supremo Court, with Judgo
Carter of tho Circuit Court sitting
iu placo of Chief Justice Judd,
this morning heard Pnnluhi vh.
Wahinemaikai. Robortson for
plaintiff; O. Browu nnd Mngoon t
Tho Supremo Court, constituted
by Justices W. F. Frear and W.
A. Whiting and Mr. A. G. M.
Robertson, of tho Bar, is hearing
Piipiilnui vs. Goo. S. Houghtail
iug. Magoon & Edings for plain
tiff; Croighton and Correa for do
foudant. Thoo. O. Portor and E. D. Ten
ney, executors ot tho cstnto of M.
Goldberg, havo filed a fiunl re
ceipt for tho outiro assets remain
ing iu their bands.
John D. Holt nnd Jas. It. Holt
havo filed a bond for costs in their
appeal from an order pluoiug
thorn uuder guardianship.
If you nro thinking of buying n
typewriter, do not bo prevailed
upon to place your ordor bofnro
you bco the lVcrlorts n it is with
out duulit the bwt nmchine uitulo,