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TEN PAGES. HONOLULU, H. L, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER s, 1898. TEN PAGES.
PltlOH ") OlJXTS.
RECEPTION TO THE QUEEN
Miss Anna Rose Receives Distinguished
Welcome Home from Topeka.
Some or Those at Reception by Minister and
Mrs. Cooper The "Roman Mansion" and
Its Brilliant Decorations.
Miss Anna It ise, when seated
On lior real throno in Kansas, had
perhaps less occasion for prido
..Minn elio lmd Inst night. In (lie
forjnor case sho wua a happy ao
lectiou to grace a strangers' holi
day. Uere, at the homo of. n
Minister of tho Oovornment,
sho received 11 heaity wt Iconic
Loiuo from tlin host peoplo of tin
Capital of 1 or native country. She
was pardonably "all smiles" in
recognition of the distinction ne
corded her above tint which pro
Puupueo, the new Roman inuu
uiou ot Minibtur 11. E. Cooper in
Mnnoa valley, as lllumiimted for
tho reception to tho returned
queen of tho Topika catnivol,
look'-d liko a voritablo creation ol
Aladdin's lamp. It was n-palaoe
of light est up u a bill. Seoros of
ob'ctiic lights shone through and
upon colored bunting ami a pro
futior of bitnuurs and Hags bung
about tho broad arches of tho
oxterior and dopondiug from the
ceilings and open roofs of the
uniquely novel interior. The
off ct at n distance could only bo
compared in brilliancy wit!) thai
produced by the ice palaces of
wintor festivals in uorthorn cities.
This effect was, however,
enhanced by eoutrast warm,
glowing, variegated colors in
stead of the deathly white glittoi
of those eory fabrics.
Mr.'nnJ Mrs. Coopor etool at
tho uoad of tho reception room
with Quooti Anna, the tiue-t of
honor, to roceivo tbo peopl . .Miss
Roho bore horsolf with all tin
grace of a queou regnant, having
w irm handshake and an ongsgiug
eiuilo for everybody. For an
Lour thero was a steady movement
ot guests from the front, who, as
th y paid fieir respects to the
liitr-t aud hostess nnd tneir proto
gne, assorted tliemsulves in con
genial and evorohauging groups
throughout the apartments. Mnjoi
G. 0. Potter and A. St. M. Mac
kiutosh weri tho ushora.
Among thoio present wow:
Presidout und Mrs S B Dolo,
Minister and Mrs S M Damon,
Mr and' Mrs Harold M S-wall,
Mr A S Oleghorn, Mr Wm O lr
win, Mr Paul Nourunun, Consul
Qoui'iabSaito of Japau and Mi&
Saito, Mrs S G Wilder, S-untoi
and Mrs MeCandles?. Pr d'e-sor
Alexander, Mr and M- W
Hall, MissClmilotte Hull, Mm ,.l
Mrs V A 13owon, Mr and M s b"
tM Hatch, Mrs L A Tbiuston, Mrs
0 Hedomauu, Mrs Kinn, cui
Alfred Whyte, Mr und Mi Pur
ker of Minneapolis, Major Mc
Carthy, Capt Paul Smith, Mr and
Mrs J H Boyd, Mr ..ml Mrs E N
Boyd, Mrs Montano, y i i Emma
Davidson, Mr and Mrs J A Ken
nedy, Mr and Mrs D H (5-iso, Mr
nnd Mrs 0 II Athorton,Miss Gart
wiight, Mus Hyde, MUs Sinns
buiy, Mrs Gunn, tho Mioses
Boy on, Mr and Mrs G U Pane,
Miss Kaufmunn, Mr aud Mrs E
Benuor, Mr aud Mrs It A Jordan,
Miss Jordan, Miss Buiiuer, Dr W
T Mousarrat, Dr A C Wall, Maj r
Purdy, U S A,,Messra Goo P Cas
tlo, Jas Mclueruy, Jus Wilder, T
F Lausing, W O Atwater, W
Horace Wright, A B Sorimguour,
"W L Potorson, A 0 Lovekin, 0 F
"Wolfe,- II Foako, J Lightfoot and
Tho Government band, person
ally conducted by. Captain Berber,
was stationed in a pavilion of llogs
on tho town sido of tho houso. This
atiucturo all aglow with electric
lights was itself ono of tho moat
sinking objects in tbo wholo boau
tiful acono. A fine program was
phyod, during tbo rocoption, and
atorward rattling good musio, in
cluding many popular nits, for the
dance. The order of dances was
well nrrauged to suit all fnncies.
J. W. Chapman was caterer for
an elegant supper.
Admiration of the mansion was
heard oppressed on oil handa, und
tlioso likely to bo among tho bent
judges of a house woro among the
most enthusiastic in such expres
sion. Puupueo is in fact, as to the
first story, just a large, open, stone
lanai. Its exterior is a aorieBof
wide arches, flut-onpppd with
rounded corners. A Inond pro
monado runs along iueido of these
arohes. In tho middle of the struc
ture is a court sunk about a foot
with tiled tloor, to have a rockery
or fernery in its midst.
On ono sido and in tho roar are
ensconced the privat ri oms of the
family, tho domestic eeouomj
quarters, etc. Tho second floor is
ilivioeu into airy bedchamnerfc
with swinging wiudows nnd a snug
billiard aud smoking room, Be
neath tbo broad windows upstairs,
us well as about tbo court or p itio
already described, are wLlo cush
ion d benches, on which ono can
take cool and solid comfort. The
lioiisi- is modeled in general upon
he homes f Mexican uotabilia,
but modified to suit tho slightly
variant phases of tho Hawaiian
All who bad their fir-t view of
the II man mansion last night
will want to bo united to come
Arll.li Will llrimrt.
Mossrs Frauk MjOoiubs and
Mi or B'nshki the two Australian
artists who have beeu painting the
beauty spots ofllouolulu are about
to leave these shore for America
by tho Moann. Tlioso paiuters
have for borne weeks boon captivat
ed ny me cuarins on jionnaiua
whore they have douo boiiiu good
woik. Mr. Ble.shki has been par
ticularly biiccusBful in bis picture-'
of tho old brooklet running
tbro'ngb the estate aud has treated
his subjects in a manner which
rhows tho nriibt enjoying his
work and loaves rofroshiug im
pression. The work is painted in
eohemo of green which ulthougb
very hard to treat is successfully
harmonious. Mr. MoComas has
douo somo good water color piiut
iugs of! tho old roadway aho an
oveiiiug effect in oils which is
very reposeful, lie has a very
largo water color painting of tho
Miuioi Valley painted to the order
of Mr. Mott-Sunth in which he
shows bis Ultlntery oor bis Illlttj
rial. Somo of this work is now
on view at the Pacific Uurdwaro
TIlB Klikiipoo .Ill'ilUlllm.
The kiek'ipoi Tndiau Company
started on u tour of tho Islands
this morning, lib n xf stopping
place will bo Waialuu Th com
pany opened h r-' on September
2S'h nnd has beo'i th- iiltr ictiou
silica then. The Kiekap oi wid
bo missed, Di. Hunter, tun gouiil
lien Bruus and all tbo tvst. Tho
medicines sold by the onnpany
have relioveii much suiiuiiug in
Uouolulu. llio dillerout coni
p iiuids possoss merit. l'hero is
such a demand for-them that tho
comiiany has nppointed the Hob-
ron Drug Company Ltd. distribut
ing agmiis lur 1111, xsi'iiiim. a.ui)ho
who wish tho niedieni) can obtain
it at the drug store. Soo New
Today in the livo Bulletin.
ttoyftl makc tlic fooJ pure,
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ROVAl D4KINQ POWDI fl CO.. HF VOHK.
RESOLYED IN MEMORIAM
Officers of Court are Recognized for Ex
pression of Sympathy.
At Circuit Court Term -Adjournment In Res
pect to Memory of Departed
The Labrador Again.
At this morning's sitting of tho
Circuit Court 111 term, Attorney
G'uoral Smith prnsoutod the fol
1 nviug rosolutious, and, with n
few remarks laudatory of their
Bubject, moved that the Court ad
jo irn over this afternoon out of
respect to the memory of Captain
Fohlbebr. Juitgo Porry granted
the motion and ordored tho resolu
tions spread upon the records:
The undersigned ollioers of the
Court respectfully submit the lol
lowiug to this h inorable Court:
It having ploasod God to ro
inovo, by d-'ath, tho late Captain
fi'ioderick Wilbelin Fohlbebr, for
many yours bailiff of tb Supreme
Court and of this Court, whoso
career hns been ono of honesty
and upright character, while
serving tho Hawaiian Government
as a police officer;
Bo it resolvid, that this Couit,
through tho clerk, convoy by loiter
is deepest aympa by to tho widow
and other relatives of tho deceased.
Rvsolved, that tho Marshal be
rosp ctf ul requested to send a do
legation of his police officers to
attend the funeral of their lato
comrndo; aud bo it further
llesolved, that those resolutions
bo entered of record in tho nehives
of this Court.
lt dep. clerk.
J. A. Thompson,
P. D. Kelli:tt, Jn.,
3rd dop. clerk.
Honolulu, Nov. 8, 1898.
An order to show causo, on ap
plication of guardian to mortgago
icnl estate, bus b oil made by
Nancy K. Eldredge vs. Samuel
Pat ker was continued on dofond
ant's motion, plnintilf voting ex
ceptions. Mngoou aud Silliinnn
for plaintiff; Neumann for defend
ant. Tho anneal of Willio Vida, as
sault and battery, was dismissed
011 dofoudant's being called with
An uudoi. aking has boon filed
to confocs judgment in $17 i.fiD in
favor of J. F. Bowler by W. S.
Lice and J. M. Monairrat.
Quong Chio'ig piid int court
SlDo" fiO line i' ) 1 costs for posso-
siou of opium. Cuilliogwo.'th for
G. Waiuoe wns nonvictod by a
native jury of assault and battory
mill Ui.ivl Jjil) aud 0I80J cnbts.
Atkinson for prosecution;' Kaulia
Daniel Mnsiuo, nsBault and bat
discharged on nolle
Kaulukou for ibfeu
The trial of James K ilvtino for
iuceal bgan boforo a native jury
and was continued until 1. ..n r
row. Kaulukou and Kuiiu tdi
Judge Stanley hoard tho libel
of tho Uritish schooner Labrador
fcr smnggling opium and took tho
matter uuder ndvisemont, promis
ing a diciniou as booh as po3siblo
nftor a ceitaiu deposition is filed.
Marshal Brown for prosecutiou;
Clark for dofendaut.
Wn uiul lli-er for lliiuiill.
By tbo Kinau wont forward two
ot tho now wino nnd boor liconaos
imo for C. S. Hrnddaky in Ililo
town, nnd tho other for Potor Lee,
This aftorjioou the Chineso
atnullpqx patiout at Mauliola is
reported "getting along all right,"
and thoro aro no how cases.
M: hTCAMIIII I.IM
Tlif Ail nut i Atfrnt Noir i:titinlliliir tlio
Hum nllitu Knil ur tli I'rnjrft.
Colonel Albert AVhyte, a long
resident attorney ot Tiicoma, is
hero as the advinco ngeut of a
proposed new lino of steamers bo
tween Puget Sound and Honolulu,
po-isibly wi'h extoutions south
and west acrosa tho Pnrific. It is
to be known as the Briti-h-Amer-ican
lino. Tho pioneer vessel wil
lio tho British steamer Uaroun-,
leaving Seattle on tbo lfitu iust.
with a large passenger list.
Colonel Whyo is viewing the
uround for trallio arraiigement-i,
but ho said last niuht that
nothing doflnite would be
d me until tho arrival of
Edward McGinuis the trallic
manager, in the Gnruune. The
overland count ction would be
ihii-fly tho Northern Pacific Hall
way, but business was expected
with the otho great northern
Two other ste liners to be chart
ered will be under tho American
Hag. Colonel Win to iiitimatxl
that, if any difficulty with United
States coasting laws arose, the
line coulil easily be made an ex
clusively Aruericau one. Ho had
nothing more to say, exceptiug
that ho was going to Hdo by to
riooo t u:riu: su.v.
Ail iintt Sent
Suli-I.ll of l'lity, t li
Tho Makee Bankiu Company
will bo in Uouolulu on tho Man
posa in tho morning. Tho ad
vanco sale of acuta at Wall,
Nichols C. has beeu a largo ono
This is tho Hat of plays to bo given
during tho season:
Thursday, November 10
Saturday Matinee, November 12
Saturday night, Njvcmbor 12
Tuesday evouing, Novombur 15
Thursday evening, November 17
S iturday Maliuoi?, November 19
Saturday uveuiug, November 19
- Oliver Twist.
Tuesday, November 22 Dollars
Thursday, November 21 Eliza
beth. Saturday Matineo, November 20
True to Life.
Saturday evening, Novomber 20
1 no JJantios.
Monday, November 28th,
.illll. ro Sltk Solilirm.
Tho Dairymen's Association is
mnkiug atrouuous efforts to reliovo
the sick sol Hers at the Military
hospital in supplying milk. Tho
Association is refusing now cus
toinors and curtailing tho wants of
old ones in order to help tho sick.
The usHouialinn is suppling from
tweiveii) eighteen can a day to the
hospital. Each can contains
twelve quartB. This is a largo
amn mil. to fnrniHli Frmn imdur
n()r,M(l rouditionH, a crowded de-
H. A. Baldwin nnd wife nnd
family leave for Kahului this aft
ernoon in th" Cliiudiue
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS.
Kublvr It. very furte anj kleaJIK' aJvandnk' In
priie Bliytle-. tin. mil tuKs aKu CurUee tire
are llltet) to nJvanrc in price cents a PAIR ti-
inn alruaJ an umi: tins NO ADVANCU
Tlif n Inchwhrcl will nnt take the plait ot tho ;8
as aivrrtiM-J Ijy Mtme inanuluturer In w. tamas
hi various miKerk nas resultej in an ustimaUJol
from 1 to m ptr ci lit. "Tll CyUo Aire" savs It l
a pasilnn l.tj tike the o Inch front wheel ul a lew
ears an . ajtJ th very low heaJ ol this ear I'ro
portlonaiu strenctti has to be followeJ out to Insure
reliability which cnln$ anJ keeps the popular lavor
Uloiles will budocoratcd. ani appearance In w,
ituJcJ evm by tlioke makers who have helj hatk
from mini; transfers trlpinit etc the Jim.inJ Is
for Jt. or ition ana Hikes, will be unumentea to suit
the taste of the purchisers
DAILEYS IIONdlULl) LYCLI RV j Klnn
stnet his iooj seionJ hanJ wliiels at t,, with ruw
tiro $i to $j Nl W lli.y.les p g? moJel The
Reliable Stormer Wheels uo iiioJlI at fto u ir.uu. . J
1 etr At an J W tire,.
1 1 per month keeps ynur Rike cleaned. olleJ anl
pumturiB. repairej a popular feature at
231 King Street.
THIS IS ELECTION DAY
York and Kansas Boys
Casting Thtir Ballots.
Kansas Fcftiment Will Send Back Republican
Majority-New Yorkers Almost Solid
For Teddy Roosevelt.
Pursuant to tho right given
them by tho goneral statutes of
the Stato of Kalians, 18!)7, tbo
troops from that Stato on tho
transport Indiana are today regia
tering their votes for the candi
dates reprea-nliug tho different
parties. The section empoweriLg
the men to vote is ns follows:
Sec. 128. It shall Iw lawful for
qualified eleclois of Kansas who
may on tho occurence of any an
nual election bo absent from their
towiihhipor ward, employed in tho
militia or volunteer servico of the
tat- or tho Uuitod Status, to vote
for county, district or state ollic
ers, members of tho logislnturo,
and for members of congress, and
olectors of president and vice pre
sident of the Uuitod States, at the
places where tboy may bo station
ed on the day of audi election, un
der regulations heroiunftor pres
Up to 1:30 this afternoon 3l!ii
votes had been cast. The polls
close at sundown and there aro
neatly 000 niou entitled to voto.
No intimation could bo given as
to how the candidates were run
ning but it looks like a sweeping
The Kausas Hepublican ticket
is as follows:
Assoi-iato Justice of Supremo
Court. William It. Smith.
Cougresauiau-at Large, W.
Governor, W. E. Stanley.
Secretary of Stato, Goorgo
Auditor of Stato, Goorgo
Stato Treasurer, Frank
Attorney General, A. A. Godard.
Stato Supl of Public Instruc
tion, Ii'rauk No'sou.
Congressman 2nd District, J. D.
At the New York camp tho
soldier boys aro also voting.
It is confidently , , reported
that Teddy lloosevolt
havo a big majority iu tho First
Now York. Fow of tbo Demo
crats aio vi ting tho straight tick
et. They aro scratching Van
Wyck aud voting tho rest of the
New York's Hepublican tickot is
Governor, Theodore lloosovolt
Lieutenant Governor, Timothy
Secretary of State, John T. Mc
Dounupdi. Comptroller, William J. Mor
gan. Statu Treasurer, John B. Jaoc
kol. Attoruoy General, John 0. Da
Stato Eugineer, Elward A.
Justice of the Supremo Court,
'I hitd District, Alphouso T. Clear
water. Keprehoutativo in Congress,
Goorgo N. Southwick.
Senator, Myer Niissbanm.
District Attorney, John T.
County Clerk, James M. Berth
Coroner, Tansing 1. Piatt.
At tho moruiug conference of
tho Executive tho mattor of Port
uguese immigration was canvassed.
Long consideration was given to
tho wharf coutrovoray with tho
Oaliu Hailwayand Laud Company.
Tho (piostlon wns whothor to go to
law with tluj company or await th
development of tho United States
policy regarding navigation im
provements. Nothing waa decided.
iii:ath of capt. rinii.iir.iiK.
llttiirftt Nnti KttiN n iHititf
ll"rt"i mIIp ritrf.Dr.
After a protrncted illnpss, caus
ed by the infirmities of n green
old nge, Captain Frederick Wil
helm Feblbohr died nt II o'clock
yesterday afternoon. His title
wns a double one nnd on neither
side ono of courtesy but honor
ably earned. Ho was wont to in
form acquaintances made in his
later years that he wore the ap-p-lbitive
lis a innster msriuor bo
foro it came to htm by pr mntto
on the Honolulu police foiei
Captain !'" hlliehr was born in
Bremen, Germany, March 20,
1820, hence was well up 111 his
8evonty-third year nt doath. Ho
left lioine nt the age nf 11 and
rtont to son a a cabin boy. Three
years liter at Liliama he first
saw tho land of h's future nnd
final adoption. He took cruises
on whal-rs iu the Arctic, oil' and
on, until ttie caih linns, wlieu lie
made his home at Lahnii a He
mnrri'd Mt-s Margaret Hall of
Waiinea, Hawaii, on December
2(), 1855, the ceremony beiug por
foimed iu Honolulu by Bov.
Samuel C. Dumoti pati-r of the
IMhel nnd fnther'uf Hon. S. M.
Damon nnd Itev. F. W. Dnmou.
Capt. Fohlbebr was ongng d in tho
rehtaurnnt btiHiuess lit Laliaina for
a while, then took up his homo nt
Honolulu. As u til a I with t-eafaring
men, it took him a lot g while to bo
weaned from suit watoi. His first
verBol ns a iiinhter mariner whs ihn
brig Angella, oT which he teok
command in 18.18 and sailed her
to Germany. His lntt vojage was
iu command of the brig Lunnlilo,
to Tahiti ami bt-ck in H70.
Captain Fohlbebr became 11 Ha
waiian citizen nu Dei ember HI,
1855. lie wan appointe I a captain
of the Honolulu police bv the late
Marshal Parke in 1S7I1. His was n
conspicuous figure, large and pow
erful, ai'iout the old f-tittioti in King
street destroyed in th" great fire
of 1880 just when tho new sta
tion was ividy for oceupnuy.
Newspaper men used to like to go
on "raids" with hun und Marcos
aud Mehrtep, who weio as fnuious
in their day for good work hh
Parlier, Knapa and Chillinguoith
today. Twice Captain IVhlbehr
wns baililf of the highr courls,
I ho second time until n'tiile para
lysis laid him n'de a year or two
ago. Chief Jus ice Judtl aud
associates hail a high regard for
the veteran officer. It is rec-dled
that on the (Mpuin'n sixtieth birth
day, tho Chief Ju-t:ce in offering
congratulations p.:id him a warm
1 j.:i.i r... i.:0 ., i. .i....i
I11UIIIU IUI 1113 I-.T-J llll lMIUUv;t
as a man. When finally h b 1 1 to
lay down the mace, the vibrant
tone of his ''On vez ! Ohjez 1"
woro sadly missed iu the court
Stalwart, upright, the incarna
tion of honor and fidelity, and
withal possessing to tho last a
boying g uuility of mnnii r, Uiko
Captain Febltehr all iu all, it will
bo long before wo look upou thu
like of him again.
The fun rd will be It 11 from
the Catholic cathedial at 2 o'clock
this nft-rixion. Mar-hal Brown
will see that due honor is paid U
tho niemoiy of the goo 1 and faith
C. K. Blown, Geo. L'wis and
John Pndokin nre youug Hawuii
ans who bavt joined the United
S'ates forces ior M inbi.
iyr ir r f.1!.,!1 11'if -.m rrrTmT-rT-TWgsaMKyrT-Tt t
HlBliest Honors World's Pnlr
Gold Mcdai, A dw ".iter Tnlr.
A Pure flrnpc Crcum ot Tartar Powdrc
40 YEAP.S T p- STANDARIX