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Vol. IV. No. 687.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1897.
Prio 5 Cents,
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Banday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Pet Month, anywhere In tho Ha
waiian Islands 8 76
Per Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, cthor Foreign
Oountrlns 13 00
Payablo Invariably In Advnnoo.
Telephono '256. P. O. Box 89.
A. Y. GEAR. Manager.
Is tho soil in which roots life, health,
strength, happiness. Tho soil of the
blood can bo drained or Impoverished
like any other soil, and can bo fertil
ized and nourished in a similar way.
" You can get back tho old spring nnd
snap. You can enjoy labor by day
and sleep by night. You cuq eat
your food with tho
of health, If you only supply the
blood with its lacking nutriment;
vltaliro it, or If you like, fertilize it.
A largo number of so called tonic
remedies nro disguised stimulants.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a stimu
lant but a nourishment. It feeds
tho blood and so enriches it, ns well
as purifies it. That is why physi
BnrARK nf Iraltttlnnt. Til nme Ajn't
fleruparlUa ! prominent on the wnpper
end blown In tbo ?Um of etch bottl,.
.. AYER'S PILLS FOR INDIGESTION.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the Kepublio of Hawaii
DR. 0. WALDO BURGESS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Residence; 4S8 Punchbowl Street.
Hours: 3 to 5 and 7 r. m.
A. C. WALL, D. D. 8.,
New Love's Building, Fort State.
William A. Henshall,
Attorney at Law
113 Ki-aliutcuua titrbbt.
J. J. RICE,
210 King Street.
LYLE A. DICKEY,
A-ttornev at Law
14 Kaatrama&u. Street.
Telephone No, 682. its tm
SAMUEL J. MACDOKALD,
Counsellor at Law.
204 Merchant Street (one door from
Fort street), Honolulu.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT UW
A. V. GEAR.
Telnpuous m " No, m Kbit Ht
THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
MAKK AKRANnRnKNTR FOR HOLD'
IN4 A NO.WNATINU CONVRNTIO.
AiiK-rlrHii Union I'arly Will Hclcct
Nix ('Kiidltliilrx liir Hid Lower
loniie on Neptember 13.
Tho Coutrnl Committee of tho
American Union party hold a
meeting last evening to make ar
rangements for tho coming con
vention. Thoro wore present J.
A. Kennedy, chairman; Ed.Towso,
secretary, and Messrs. F. B. Mo
Stockor, J. S. Martin, J. A. Mc
CandloBs, W. R. Sims, W. ,0.
King, T. B. Murray, David Jlelii
pio and A. J. Gampboll.
The apportionment adopted was
one delegate to 25 voters, or a ma
jority fraction of 25. This gives
the Fourth District 18 delegates
and tho Fifth District 15.
A convention of. the Amorican
Union party of the Island of Oa
hu will be held at the American
League hall on Wednesday, Sop
tember 15, at 7:30 p. m., for the
purposo of 'nominating three can
didates for tho House of Repre
sentatives for tho Fourth District
and three for the Fifth District
and for the adoption of a platform
Delegates to the Nominating
Convention will be chosen at club
meeting's on tho evening of Aucust
30 in Honolulu, and August 28 in
outside precincts. Only register
ed electors will be entitled to vote
Tho apportionment of tho various
precincts' ia as follows: '
Fifat Precinct! Government
nursery; two delegates.
Second Precinct: Beretania
School; six delegates.
Third Precinct: Watergate; ono
Fourth Preciuct: Royal School;
Fifth Preciuct: Kapuaiwa
building; three delegates.
Sixth Precinct: Bell Tower;
First Precinct: Kaneoho; two
Second Preciuct: Kahuku; one
Third Precinct: Waialua; one
Fourth Precinct: Waianae; one
Fifth Precinct: Ewa Mill; one
Sixth Precinct: Manana Oourt
House; one delegate.
Seventh Precinct: Reform
School; two delegates.
FijMb Vrr"'wt: Trnm f?tiblp;
Ninth Preciuct: Kauluwela
School; two delegates.
Tenth Precinct: China Engino
House; two delegates.
member of the Central Corn
mi tteo will attend oaoh of the
precinct primaries foi the pur
poso of calling the meetings to
order. He will open tho precinct
rolls for signatures and conduct
an election for tho following pro
oinct officers: a chairman, secro
tary and an enrollment committee
of threo, who together will con
duct the election of delegates to
the Nominating Convention,
whose election will be certified to
by the chairman and secretary of
The most promitiont candidates
whoso names will go before tho
coming convention, us stated in
the Bulletin some time siuce, are
A. G. M. Robertson, E. C. Wiu
Bton and D. L. Naonn, who sorved
in the last Legislature. Other
candidates who are likely to bo
nomiuatod are h. L. MoOnndleBs,
A, J, Gainpboll unci Marie llobin-
A morning paper mentions the
naiuu of G. A. Brown in this con
nection. Tlmt gnutloiiian U away
from tho country nnd ojjpouts to
rcmulii uway many iiionlJiu ami
thoroforo could not Borvo if
Among other possible candi
dates are D. B. Smith, Robert H.
Bakoroud W. 0. Achi.
OTeKINI.KY IN 4'OUItMir."4.
Nonntur Mortem. 1'ralit HUSianil uii
Washington, D. 0., Aug. 2.
Senator Morgan has confirmed the
report printed in The Call last
Sunday that he will visit Hawaii
in September. Captain Merry
says tho California people will
undoubtedly propare a royal re
ception for tho Alabama Senator.
Senator Morgan is going partly
for pleasuro, but the chief object
of his visit is to make a study of
tho conditions there by personal
observation. Ho will make a thor
ough study, and the information
be acquires Tvill be used to further
the proposition of annexation
when tho treaty comes up in the
Senate next session. He is the'best
informed man as to Hawaii in
the Senate, and his trip will add
to his information. He said today
that there was no doubt that the
annexation treaty would be acted
on favorably by the Senate next
session. "There is," he said, "no
organized opposition and no op
portunity to form such an opposi
tion. There is no ground upon
which it could be built."
Morgan was asked if he saw
any indication of a purposo on
the part of the administration to
take vigorous action as to Cuba.
Ho said that ho had no means of
knowing what tho administration
would do more than buy citizen
bad, but that he regarded Presi
dent MoKinloy au a courugoous,
firm and patriotic man, who would
do tho proper thing whon he
thought tho time had come to act.
"When President McKinloy.
almost without consultation ana
of his own notion, negotiated the
Hawaiian annexation treaty," eaid
Morgan, "he plaoed it out of the
right of any one to bccubo him of
being timid and hesitating. That
was a muoh more courageous act
than recognizing tho belligerency
of Cuba, and be handled it with
wisdom and courage."
SILVER TR NERVICR,
Presented te nartbnl Brown by the
Pallee Fore tal Eveatn;.
Marshal Brown was the re
cipient of a silver tea service and
elaborate address from the entire
police force last evening. The
presentation was made by Deputy
Marshal Hitohcook on behalf of
the men,, who by previous ar
rangement were all' assembled in
the District 'Oourt room at 7:30.
Marshal Brown replied in suit
able terms, after wbiob Chester
Doyle proposed three obaers for
him,' and Clerk Batobelor three
for the future Mrs. Brown, which
?oif yivou with a v, ill.
One hundred and twenty-six
names were Binned to the address,
which was engrossed by Viggo
Jaoobaen. The tea service was of
solid silver, five pieces, hand
somely engraved,and was furnish
ed by Frank Kruger.
Selling; Llqnnr from i Bleyele.
Samuel Coffee of Paulson, Arm
strong County, is in jail on charges
of illegal liquor selling. Mr.Coffee
ran the original bicyejo speak-easy.
He purchased a '97 model bicycle
and carted bis stock in trade
about on his wheal. Wheu he met
a party of .man they all drank
from tua samo canteen, which was
fastened securely to the frame of
his wheel. He was supplied with
a large bottle fall of big sugar
Sills. These pills ho retailed at
) cents each.. Ho called himself
a d oo tor and gave each of bit pa
tients a drink from his tin can to
wash tho pill dowu. Ho ia said
to havo hod the largest and most
luorativo mcdioal practise in Ann
Htroug County. Philadelphia
Clins, Furnoaux, uousiilar ngout
of tho Unilml HlatoH ut Jlilo, ciuno
j up on tho Kiimii.
MARSHAL BROWN MARRIED
IIK I.HWIM TO Tilt: AI.TAR
rAiR iioproi.iii.il nRinn.
I.tiprradve Ornnnny nl Nt. Andrew'
Oilicilnl Meiarlnr mi Hie
It waB a bright marriago cere
mony that took place at St. An
drew's Cnthmlrnl this morning.
Mies May Alatau Atkiuson was
united for lifo to Mr. Arthur
Morgan Brown. Tho bride is ono
of Honolulu's fairest girls, accom
plished and beautiful,tho daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Alatau T. Atkin
son, who havo ono of tho oldest
foreigu family rooftrees in this
city. The bridegroom is a lawyer
by profession but holds for pre
sent avocation tho ofiiuo of Mar
shal of the Republic. He is of
commanding stature, of frank aud
prepoasossiug couutenance, pos
sessing enviable popularity in
athlotio as well as social circles,
and withal is a Honolulu boy.
Tho body of the church was
well filled with loading foreign
aud native people not drawn by
curiosity, however, for it was nu
invitation wedding. Among othors
noticed thero were: Mrs S B
Dole, wife of tho President;
Minister of Finance and Mrs S M
Damon, Attorney General and
Mrs W O Smith, Chief Justice
and Mrs A F Judd, Associate
Justice Frear, Rev Dr Bishop aud
wife, Rev Dr Bingham Bnd wife,
Rev 0 H Gulick uud wile, Ruv V
H Kitcat, Mrs Alex Mackintosh,
Dr and Mrs N B Emerson, Dr
ond Mrs 0 B Cooper, Mr F M
Swanzy, Ohiuese. Ageut Goo Kim
Fui, United titatou naval
officers, etc. Mrs. Atkinson,
rttother of tho bride, was escorted
to' tbo front pew on the right,
Mrs. Brown, mother of the groom,
Mr. J. F. Brown, his brother,
and other members of tho two
families chiefly interested also
occupying seats of honor.
Thoro was not the usual dolay.
A moment before tho bridal party
appeared at tho front door the
groom took his position, accom
panied by Major Geo. 0.
Potter, the boat man. Mr.
Brown was attired in a well
fitting Buit of white, his faoe
beaming with an aspect of re
Preceded by Miss Zoo Atkin
son, maid of honor, the bride
came np the main aisle leaning
upon the arm of her father. Mr.
Wray Taylor, the veteran organist
of the cathedral, played a bar of
wedding music prior to the bridal
entry, and as the party came for
ward the oboir of the Second Con
gregation,in full strength.aang the
usual hymn, "How welcome was
the call." Rev Alex Maokiutoah
in affeotiouato tones oonduotod
tho ritual that mado the handsome
connle "man and wifo." A" the
party moved to the veetry for
siguiug the register, the choir
eang a hymn especially reserved
for the weddings of its members,
of whom the bride is a highly
esteemed one. Then, on tho de
parture from the church, tho
organist effectively rondorod tho
.Lohengrin wedding inarch.
The brluo was cnarmingiy ar
rayed in a Btylish gown of whito
glace silk covered with whito em
broidered chiffon. The trimmings
were of pearl paesomontarie and
Honiton laoo, and tho hat was a
perfect match with tho dress in
shado. It wob a whito Leghorn
pioturo bat, trimmed with white
ostrioh tips. The bride earried a
bouquot of maiden bair ferns.
The maid of honor woro a whito
muslin gown with violots scat
tered, and made over lavondor
taffeta silk. Tho hat was of largo
white ohiffon, pioturo stylo, trim
med with violets aud gaiiite no
bon. Miss Atkinson carried a
lovoly buuoh of Mhuiled purple bs-
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Mrs. AtkliiHon, motlmr of tho
brick, was attlrwl i u Hplondid
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glOWII 01 Willi" iiik"'""" "
luvumliir clirysiiillhonim"" ovor
lavondor under dross, trimmed
with black Ohantillv laco. Hor
bonnot was of shadod lilies.
Mrs. Brown, motbor of the
groom, woro an elogant black silk
dress, harmoniously trimmed with
black laco, and a black bonnet of
coquettish littlo shapo trimmed
Mrs. S. G. Wildor, sister of the
bride, woro palo bluo organdio
trimmed witu wlnto loco aud a
white hat trimmed with palo blue
Mrs. Joseph Oilman, Bister of
the groom, wa9 dressed in whito
and pink organdio with whito
fichu. She wore a whito hat
trimmed with violet.
Decorations of tho chancel wero
superb, including a grand collec
tion of potted palms and ferns It
is interesting to noto that these
plants were cultivated by the brido
for her futuro homo. Great plumy
fronds of a species of palm droop
ed from beside ono of tho stone
Wagonettes with spans of whito
horses woro in waiting, in which
tho wedding party nnd the ushers
Messrs. A. St. M. Mackintosh,
J. Q. Wood, J. O. Cartor Jr. and
R. W. Atkinson-drovo to the
steamer Mauna Loa. At tho ar
rival nnd departure of the princi
pals in the happy event, tho car-
iriago drive from Boretania street
was lined on both Bides with
policemen as a guard of honor.
A very largo number of tho
friends of tho Marshal and his
brido gathered at the Inter-Island
wharf to witness their de
parture for Molokai. It was just
a fow minutes before 11 o'clock
when tho bridal party wero drivon
to tho wharf in one of Jim Carty's
double- rigs, the owner himself
haud':n tho reins. As thoy pass
ed up tho gangplank they were
greeted with showers of rice
thrown by the Deputy Marshal,
Chester Doyle, J. Oilman and
other friends who bad provided a
liberal supply and stationed-thorn-solves
on the upper deok for the
purpose. Both the Marshal and
his wife were completely smother
ed in leis and wreaths brought to
tho steamer by friends and rela
tives. When tho Mauna Loa reaches
Pakoo it will bo met by a whale
boat, to which the Marshal and
his wifo will bo transferred and
rowed ashore. Officer Toma weut
to the Brown, ranch laBt week
with an assistant to get every
thing in roadinoss for tho arrival.
After spending a quiet three
weoks at his brother's rauch, tho
Marshal with his brido will re
turn to Honolulu and settle down
to the happiness of ordinary mar
ried life. -
Captains Parker and Hookano
and a special squad of six of the
finest were at the wharf as an es
cort to the Marshal.
The TwutnuuUr'i NerroaujeM.
Yean and years ago, when tho Press
club, of more or lees blessed memory,
was in existonoc, a British newspaper
man only thoy cnll it a journalist on
tiio other side wns nt the club ouu
ovening. He had beeu iu Washington
for boiuu time uud wan leuviuu next
day. Mr. Karl Docker mado u spvech to
"Mr. Soundao," ho said, "yon havo
pent somo time with us, and yon bavo
mado ninny friends. We Imvo become
attucJicd to you. You wo kojuk nwny
touioiiow uudwouiuy uuvir mo you
again, but in order that you muy ul
Vi'iiys lmvo samcthiiif,' liy which o re
mem lier us, on behalf of thu Press dull
I present you this riiiR."
Aud then ho htruck tho call bell ou
the reudiuK tublo near him. Thu 1'iik
lishuun looked just a tritlo bewildered
for a bit, thin ho reached out bin haiul,
thuuked tho club and pocketed thu bull.
And blena his simple Knglinh heart
noxt morning ho told unotlier nownpaper
man how kind tho l'rtin olub had btiu
to him mid what a lovely presentation
speech Mr. Docker had mado.
"Mr. Derkcr must liuvo been awfully
nervous, you know," ho said, "though
ho didn't show it, for bo said, 'I present
you this rliiK.' and, don't ye know, it
wacn't s ring nt iilli it was a bell."
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NEW STEAMSHIP OCEANIC
Ml 1.1, IIHKtK till: UOliMi-H
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In tho Belftst W.-okly Kon-qT
July 17, kindly furnish-d tho
Bui.urn.v by W. C. Sproull, is an
illustration aud description of flic
magnificont new steamer Oceanic,
which is now in course of con
struction for the Whito Star Line,
Messrs. Harland & Wolff, Ltd., at
their Queen's Island Shipbuilding
Works. This vessel will bo a
specially noteworthy addition to.
the splendid fleet already owned
by MeBsrs. Israay, Imrie, it Co.,
for sho will break the world's
record for length, which has
hitherto boen held by the Great
Eastern. The latter was 679 feet
long, bat the Ocoanic will be 701
feet, about 25 feet longer, aud her
gfosB tonnage will exceed 17,000
tpus. In her internal arrangements
b!iq will bo an enlarged reproduc
tion of the Teutonic and tho Ma
jestic, bxcept in so far us improve
ments maybavo suggested them
selves in thoBKeandhitings of the
roomB,aud which may be rendered
practicable by tho increased dimen
sions of the ship hersolf. Duo at
tention will be given to tho matter
of speed, but extreme speed will
be subordinated to tho comfort of
passengers. It has boon deter
mined as far as pobsiblo to aim at
a regular WedueBday lnorninc
arrival both in New Yoik and
Liverpool. The now linor will bo
a valuable addition to tbo national
fleet of mercantile armed cruiBors.
She will be able to transport a v
and ammunition, to the most dis-"" "
tant points, with'MMr sad unusual
rapidity, whilst, in'flfit matter-of
coal endurance, her powers areto
bo moat exceptional, inasmuch as
aftor making liberal allowance for
the weight of stores, ammunition
and troops, the new steamer will bo
able to steam in case of need, 23,
400 knots, at a speed of 12 knots
per nour, or practically round the
world without coaling. The
Oceanio is to be named after the
pioneer vessel of the Company,
which was recently withdrawn
after completing a most successful
career of over a quarter of a cen
tury. N l"rotetenue far Hawaii.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 3. -The
story from Honolulu about a
protectorate for Hawaii is doniod
by both the State and Navy de
partments. Minister Bewail and
Admiral Beardalee have orders to
hoist the flag and declaie n pro
tectorate only in the event of name
overt act being committed. It is
also denied that the Oregon is
under orders for Honolulu.
HVfcSt Honors World's Falft
JoJd Medal, Midwinter i-u.r.
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