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Vol. IV. No. C73.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except BuBday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, anywhere In tho Hn-
walinn Iitlanda 8 ;
Per Year. B 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Cannon, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, Clhor Foreign
Oountrioa 13 00
Pnyablo Invnrtitljlr In Artvnnoo.
Tolephono 2GG. P. O. Dox 89.
A. V. GEAR. Manager.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tho tuid-summcr season is
on and veranda fancy work is
the latest fad among the ladies
who do not have all the res
ponsibilities of the homo on
their shoulders. Wo have all
the material necessary" for that
class of work and you know
our reputation for low prices.
Wo have a fine assortment
oft 'Infant's Bonnets and Caps
in the finest materials. If you
will figure up tho cost of tho
goods and count tho timo and
labor it requires when you
make them at home you will
wonder how we can sell them
at the price wo ask. It is be
cause wo buy largo quantities
direct from the manufacturer.
An inspection of our stock
of Serges, black or bluo.Buita
blo for ladies' wear is invited.
These goods cannot be dupli
cated. Our stock of Quilts, Pillow
Linen, Ladies' Handkerchiefs,
White Tucking and Pufliog is
largo and varied and tho prices
low. Tho samo applies to
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Finest Turnouts in City.
Wagonettes and Surries
With Careful Drivers always on
Haoks at All Hours.
E&. TELEPHONE 310.13
Stand: Fort ami Merchant Rtnetf.
Watchma- g Gold & Sil
'Dri jjli versmith.
No, 417 Nunnnu utrcct, noxt to Lovo's
XST Cheapest i.v Town JEk
Many people, nftcr a long spell of
oppressive heat, suiter from lassi
tude, loss of spirits, and a general
"run down" fooling. They need a
courso of Aycr'5 Sarsaparllla, n
mcdlclno which has revived and
restored to acllvo life and health
thousands of sucli sufferers. A lady
recently returned to England from
Soutli Africa writes concerning tills
"While in Capo Town tho past
summer I suffered greatly from tho
long-continued heat I was com
pletely worn out ; my blood seemed
to becomo as tldn as water, and I
lost all energy and interest in life.
My friends recommended Aycr's
Sarsaparllla, and a courso of this
wonderful medicino restored my
health and spirits. My husband suf
fered in tho samo way as I did,
though not to such an extent, and
ho also was greatly benefited from
tho use of
AYER'S PILLS, MILD BUTHTECTIVE
tfollister Drug Co., Ltd.
tole Agents for the Republio of Hawaii.
Oder for sale Cases of thn Finest
Moseiwines and Hock
.... SCOK AS ....
TJerziger Herzlay, Etc.
(Gunillach'n) in Kegs ami Cases.
Beach Fork Whisky,
From Brown Foreman & Co.,
A. B. O. BEER from St. Louis,
RAINIER BEER from Seattle,
Etc, Etc, 'Etc.
Von Holt Block, King Street.
Real Estate Broker.
203; McicUnt SUcct.
FOU 8 VLB.
12 Obincso Gronito Hitching Posts; $5
1 Sumrey in fine order) price $200.
HouBe and lot, 75x155 It., on No. 71
TonnR street; parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avenue 100x300ft., fenced;
House in Itobello Lane; dining-room,
kitchen, bathronm, carriage bouse and
stnblttjj large yard
William A. Henshail,
Attorney at Law
113 Kaahnmann Street.
Hawaiian Soda Works,
Factory: Sunny South.
J. J. RICE,
A.ttorney at Haw
210 King Street.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1897.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
IIKAHIFIU OP INFORMATION POM
DiiaroNnrtrr pHom iiii.o,
Will of Jit-tl Lninriii I CoiileMcd-
U III ol It. W. .Hcjrr Adiiilllril
Tho Supremo Court, constituted
by Chief Juetico Jndd, Justices
Frear nnd Whiting, yesterday
henrtl and took uudor advisement
tho information for misconduct
against F. M. Wakefield and W.
S. Wise, practitioners of nil tho
courts. Respondents are charged,
on tho information of the Attor
ney General, with having caused
the arrest for debt on a note, At
the suit of A. B. Loebenstoin, of
Summer O. Mace, a seaman of tho
ship Indiana, while ho was in
charge of a police officor to bo re
turned on board that vessel, after
having had a nolle prosequi en
tered in his behalf, in, the Dis
trict Court of Ililo, wheie he had
been charged with attempting to
disable tho ship. Mace's removal
to tho vessel was being effected at
the request of Charles Furneaux,
United States consular agent.
Further, tho respondents are
charged with having secured such
arrest for debt while Mace was
their own client, they having
sworn out summons in his behalf
for an action to recover $10,000
damages against Captain Colloy
of the Indiana, Sheriff Andrews
of Hawaii and Consular Agent
Furneaux. In the proceedings
the attorneys for the respoudouts,
before the Supreme Court, filed a
motion to expunge certain num
bered specifications of misconduct
from the complaint, on tho ground
that the" averments therein made
contain merely conclusions of law
and tend to injure the respondents
professionally by remaining upon
the records of the honorable
Court. W. O. Smith, Attorney
General, for the information; A.
S. Hartwell and Paul Neumann
for the respondents.
Judge Perry gave a hearing to
the petition of J. 8. Walker for
probate of tho will of the late
Joseph Lazarus. Cecil Brown
appeared for petitioner, and
Thurston & Stauleyj Kinney &
Ballou and William A. Henshail
for contestants. A contest was
filed, on behalf of Esther Rose
warne, daughter, and Julia Juen
and Stolla H. Juon, minors, child
ren of a deceased granddaughter,
by their guardian, H. A. Juen.
The case was continued one week.
Judge Perry ordered the will of
the late It. W. Meyer admitted to
probate,' and O. 8. Meyer and W.
Mutch appointed executors under
$28,0Q0 bond. Henry Holing for
Judge Perry granted defen
dant's motion for a bill of parti
culars in .Manuel G. Silva vs. An
tonia Silva. A. G. Correa for
plaintiff; Thurston & Stanley for
Yco Sing Tie vs. John Kuln, as
sumpsit for 875, jury waived, has
been decided in favor of plaintiff
by Judge Periy. Mngoon & Ed
ingB for plaintiff; Thurston &
Stanley for defendant.
Lahapa Hnlsey by her attorneys,
Thurston & Stanley, petitions for
discharge us guardian of Kaauli
Kopohoui, n minor.
Counsel in tho Income Tax Act
cases have stipulated for a hearing
in the Supreme Court on Thurs
It is agreed that Ookala Sugar
Co. vs. John Wilson may be con
tinued to the November term.
L. K. Halualani,by his attornoy,
Cecil Brown, joins in tho domurror
of other defendants to the omnibus
ejectment buit uf S. Aliini for laud
between Emma And Fort stroets.
John F. Colburn petitions for
allowance of accounts and dis
charge as aBBi'gnoo of Henry F.
Poor, bankrupt. Receipts are
89, cash' on hand $2251.21.
The August term of tho First
Circuit Court will open on Mon
day, Judge Carter presiding.
Chief Justice. J mid and JiiRtico
Whitilig linvo approved of tho ex
change, by tho trustee of tho
Lumtlilo Kstuto, uf $lf..50n of 7
per cent O. U v. Co.'s bund? for
tho 0.1" r co"1 rofnuding bonds of
tlinfcoriiorntion. mid of S7000 of
JOtlicr securities for the biiiio now
H Focko anil Cecil Hrown,
trustee" of tho oslahi oi tliu lto
Jiiines Guv. jiroKe.iit tliofr second
niitiiinl account foi npproviii. Ke-0-ipU'
48330.0G, balance S81(i 88." Tho
live stock on tho Mukuluiu r.moh
'itnountH to 450 houd cuttle, 01
horses mid five mules. There lius
been n not iucruao in cuttle of
1)4 bond during tho yenr.
Hhe ! Kpt llrr PrnmlH
.lulitr Y.-nr Alio In llriiirn.
Eight years ago when tho de
lightful littlo comedienne Ratio
Putnam left our shores after a
successful professional visit, her
departure was attended with many
regrets; but she promised the first
favorable oppoituuity to return to
Honolulu and bring a company
of artists in her support who
would please our theatre-goers.
Stie ImB kept her word in every
rehpeot, and she audi her company
will touight make their initial ap
pearance in a comedy written 'es
pecially for this favorite actress
entitled, "Tho Little Mavorick."
This "Maverick" iH a word which
has its origin in TexaB and means
any estray cattle uubranded and
belonging to nobody, which roam
about a prey to predatory scamps.
The play is filled with most
humorous situations, which in
matchless art Misa Putnam alter
nates with tender pathos, briuainc
laughter and tears with surprising
rapidity to her always enthusias
tic audience. Nor has the musical
pnrt of the play been negleoted.
Sho will introduce many of her
latest songs and dances, as will
other members of her company
songs that the jingle will ring in
one's ears and be whistled all over
town in another day. Miss Put
nam selected "Tho Maverick" as
her opening play because it gives
all the members of her company
au opportunity to appear to ad
vantage aud with so eelobrated
and favorite an artist as Eatie
Putnam in the lead tho Bulletin
bespeaks an artistic triumph.,
m 9 m
HTAK8 TH. NT. LOUIS.
Exciting, Uam of Bnaebnll Pro
nal.td Tor Thin Afternnnu.
The ball grounds will certainly
be ciowded this afternoon as the
Stars aud St. Louis Clubs cross
bats and settle up their little
differences. At the conclusion of
tho regular game, thn last half of
thti uiulli innings of tno guiuo of
July 5th will be played as agreed
Tho following compose the two
St Louis J Thompson 2b, 0
Villis lb, Kiwa rf, P GleaBon ss,
Clark 3b, B Lemon p, J Hans
tnuii uf, C J Holt If, 1) Dayton c,
0 Aiwohi sub, L N Gay sub.
Star P Lishmnn ss, LHsrt,3b,
H Wilder o, S Mahuka 2b, R I'a
hau lb, Babbitt p, Woods uf, S D
Koki If, McNiuhol rf, Carter iBub.
New Sniciir AKay,
A report is in circulation to tho
effect that among tho business
olmcges about to occur in sugar
circles will be the establishment
of a new agency for hn lulling tho
products of Makuweli, Puia and
Haiku plantations. Tho roport is
that the now firm will consist of
tho younger mombors of tho
Baldwin and Alexander families
under tho firm naino of Baldwin
Tho Ashworth casos are onded.
Tho defendant will pay his fino of
8150 on tho first conviction, bou
tenco will bo suspended on tho
secoud aud the others havo been
GEO STRATEMEYER TALKS
T HI. 1.1 OP IflATTKRN AT TIIK
omrlxli Am All Wnrklnir Togi-Hirr fiir
Iho IJpurrnl (Innd mid ltirrc
la Nn Jrnlonojr.
Port Surveyor Stratenieyer was
aeeu yesterday by u reporter
and asked if ho had read tho
Star with referonco to the claims
rondo by Mr. McVeigh.
"Yes," he replied, "I havo read it
and must say I am surprised at
somoof the statements, if MoVeigh
really made them. Ho no doubt
feels Bore, as any one would. As
the outside Executive Officer of
the Customs Bureau, I havo al
ways nudeavpred to got niong
without troublo and aot with the
police department and Board of
Health in particular. Our work
is very unpleasant nnd severe at
times, but the Collector's orders
must bo obeyed.
"How I think opium is handled
and passed through quarantine,
as well as hundreds of other ways,
combinations, eto., I cannot say;
that, you understand, is strictly
confidential in all departments.
MoVeigh has helped mo a good
deal in quarantine work, and is I
assure you appreciated. On
tho other hand I can't under
stand bow it is, that we as
revenue officers cannot go to quar
antine to oxamine baggage, etc.,
without all who do so staying in
quarantine the full period. Offi
cers of tho Board of Health go
over there, stay during tho day
and como home at night or in fact
go and come as they please and.
are not held responsible. We
have gono over there and taken a
complete chango of clothing and
beon compelled much to our
chagrin to take a bath supposed to
be in disinfected water. This ive
submitted to, in order to get to
Honolulu and attend to our work,
while the officers of tho Board of
Health go over, visit tho sick, the
various corrals, nnd come back to
Honolulu, without complying
with any of the rnles wo customs
officers and interpreters are com
pelled to submit to, with a big
laugh on us thrown in. This may
be sport for some or a farce as
McVeigh himself admits, and on
complaint was discontinued by
direction of Dr. Day, tho port
"We are compelled to work to
gether, and the more pleasant it
is ine oeuer ior mi. uuck iibh
told mo when I went over there
with a searching party, I could
go ahead and search if I saw fit,
but ho said, 'George, ovorything is
pone through thoroughly twice
for fumigating, etc., and every
thing is O. E. but if I was not
satisfied I could go ahead.' I woll
understand tho powor of search
conferred by law on customs
officers, etc., and camo to the con
clusion that as all the people and
bncgngn had boon in thn cxclnr.ivc
charge of the Quarantine officers
for a poriod of from 8 to 18 days,
it was simple nonsonso for mo to
search for contrabauU or dutiable
stuff if there was anyi ' I should
feel very sorry if Jack should
Buffer for anyone else.
"We have always tried to assist
tho Board of Health at the Pacific
Mail dock, when the port physi
cian told as it was a semi-quarantine,
and to look out for tho stee
rage people on board, etc., and
mauy other littlo things, which
strictly speaking is not our work.
Wo are thoro to protect the reve
nue of tho country, and euforco
the law, rnles and regulations of
tho Bureau of Customs. Wo have
a Binall for.ee, and use our beBt on
desvors for the best results. That
wo havo mado mistakes there is no
doubt; it's human to orr and I sin
coioly hope no innocent porson
will Buffer. "Wo do not fool sore,
as claimed, if othor departments
catch opium, and boliovo in giving
credit whora it is duo."
Prior S Cents.
ROLB TALK OP OKV.tfA.
.apnn Will Oppom Anacaallnii la lb
lllinn.l nnd ltnir Kri-iiltloii.
Vancouver, (It. C), July 20.
Couut Okuma, Foroign Minister
of Jap in, says regarding tho nn-'
ncxatiou of Hawaii to tho United
States: "Tho Foroign O lice is
not surprised at tho contemplated
nnnoxntion. Wo simply protcstod
ngahist it. In thi tirt uloao'IlR"'
wnii is septrA Urns) bin Fran
cisco by 2100 uiili", from British
North America 2300 miles nud
from Japan by 3000 miles, and is
situated nearly in tho center of n
trinngle, while at the samo time it
occupies tho center of the Pacific
ocean. Tho importance of tho
islands will bo immensely in
creased by the construction 'of the
Nicaraguan or Panama caual, and '
it is absolutely necessary, there
fore, to leave the country indo -pendent.
In 'voyaging to thiFar
East steamers starting from
Europe or America must cull at
Hawaii. To have them incorpo
rated into the Union would se
riously involve international in
terests in the Pacific ocean.
"Another reason is this, anuoin-i
tion would impair the rights oud -privileges
which Japan is enjoy
ing in Hawaii. The protest was,
therefore, entered on Hieso
grounds. Next to Jupnn, England
has a largo interest iu this ques
tion, and she would not remain
silent. Germany and France, in
view of their historical relations
with Hawaii, may follow Japan,
seeing that they have n number of
their own nationality living in
that country. However, as En-
rope has many moro important
thiugs to look after, tho Con
tinental powers may for a while
stand aloof. Leaving aside the
attitude of other powers, the ques
tion is what will Japan do if
uudor nuy cirenrastnnces tho an
nexation is carried into practise
iu spite of tho proteit of Japan, '
Jnpau must oppose it to the ut
most. Annexation must not be
The Tur f War.
The pavilion at the corner of
Boretania aud Alnkea stroets will
bo a scene of excitement tonight,
the occasion being tho long-expected
tu-of-war between the
Portuguese and Iron Works teams.
The Portuguese colony is backing
its representatives to any amount
while the supporters of tho found- ,
rymeu are equally confident. The'J
tug commences at 8 o'clock and '
the following officers are announc
ed: Judges, C. B. Wilson and
Tom Wright; timekeeper, J. It.
Torbort; marker, George Harris.
Tho judges will select a referee
before tho event comes off.
In answer to many inquiries it
may be stated that the kiuau was
held back yestorday for an hour
at tho request of tho Attornoy
General in ordor that tihuriff
Andrews aud Judge Hapai, whose
presenco was required in tho
Supreme Court at 10 o'clock,
might be able to return to Hdo.
ctTgRest-Honors WoffdV Pafri
Gold Medal, Midwinter .Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADB,
A puro Gkk Cun"! of TnrtHr 1'oviW.
Frue (mm Ammonia, Alnm or nny ottmr
lulultyraut. In all tho profit Itotelx tho
lending Clulw nd tli home", Dr. l'rioH
Crcr.iu 1!.iUii; l'owilur hoick iUtmprciu.ivy
40 Years the Standard,
AQK.Sri, IIlJ.NOLULU, II. If