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Vol. II. No. 481.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1896.
Pkioe 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolnln, H. I.
For Month, nny whore in the Ha
waiian Islands 8 7A
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Per Year, postpaid to Arauricti,
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Telephone 250. F. O. Dox 89.
B. L FINNEY. Manager.
Mado Ilor Llfo Miserable, but Slio 1
Itrntl tbo testimony of Mr. K. O.
Monro, Colmrp, Victoria, l:oo jior
trult la ulao then I ,
."Somo few yours ago I ati(Torcil
terribly with indigestion and gen
cr:il debility. I could not Meep.
mid my condltioii was ru h us to
make my life in Inedible. Xone of
tlio many remedies I tried did nn
any good, mid I despaired of" pvit
petting belter. One of my friend-,
told mo of tho blood-pnrilViiig ami
strength-giving properties (if Ayer's
SarRaparilla, and I began taking it.
Jleloro 1 hadllnished the first lioltie
I felt better, and was thus enroiir
aged to give tlio medlclno a tliorotndi
tiinl. In all I u (.-(! four hntths,
ii'id then was perfectly curiil of the
gilevous trouble which had alUicted
n!. I now rceninineiul, to anyone
fo ar.ijtn'Jid Herve and BlaoJ ModltiRC.
Hollister Dm- Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Itopublio of Hawaii.
fmrjmwi0 mm rnm
Take an Outing
Trains will leave ot 9:15 a. h,
and 1:45 P. jr., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 i. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Claea !!d Claw
Pearl City $ 75 $ CO
Ewnriontiition... 1 00 75
Wnianuo 1 50 1 25
Hitunted nn n lltnntitul IIiI'hIiIu Ovuilnoli.
iH tlio Oi-ciui, and 1.100 feet
l.u Him I.uvi'l.
Only SI lujitix' Null (nun Honolulu,
CHiukIu mild, c'e-ii dry niinowiiliuio, duo
fioni foui inul in.iliirlu, iwnocliil ikivUIiii
(or quiet nml nitt hn uillnsfor niuuto.
uipnt nmt nutdiiur im. Unit. '-' por day
or fijO iwr ww I. M iteul nltuiHl nn enlr.i,
IH. H.A.WMWd Y, J'rop,,
Tho Honolulu Sanitarium
A Qil!t MomellKu I'luw, l'ru Trlnd
NiirmM. MiinHiiiie. Hwrn'Uli Movniiitnil,"
jIAtljS. ifleoTiIiJli mill riiytlwl TrwIitliiR
fh$ vi'.mhii llullftiii, TS emit
-rfr-rt; vr?c Ar i.
H;RD ON GOAL DEALERS
,M til INK INHt'Jt-N'Ci: ON CO A I.
' ttlniitlon of Itmurniico Coin-
panic 4'hii i, tlnUe oT Fifty
Ivr :! t in I'rrinluin.
According to recent Snn Frnu
cisco advices marine insurauco on
coal cargoes from Newcastle, N.
S. W., had been advanced nearly
CO per cent. TIu'b ndvanco was
cnuppcl by n conibiontinn of tho
insurance companion! prompted by
tlio loss of ho raauy vesst'lH from
tho Australian port by reason of
tho coal in tho holds taking firo
wliilo on the voyage. Tho new
rate affects Austialian shipping to
nil parts of tlio world and will
i have nn iiutrjcdioto effect on tho
largo ileet of vessels at ewcastlo
waiting to tnke on conl cargous for
tho Golden Onto and this port.
Sun Francisco coal dealers
say tho advunco in insurance
menus thnt the vessels must enrry
tho coal ut n loss if they tnko iu
8uranco, or go uninsured to make
n profit. It will bo u severe blow
to tho Newcastle mines and will
add to tho business of tho local
mines so far us tho coast trade is
During tho Inst four yenre New
castle coal hns been looked upou
as n bad risk by insurance people.
A great many vessels hnvo beou
reported as "missing," and others
hnvo been abandoned at sen with
their rescued crews repotting
thnt tho conl cargoes took fire.
Other vessels huve renched tliis
and other poits with Humes issu
ing from their hatchways, whilo n
fow havo been deserted with a
port of safety almost in sight.
The Inst vi'bsqI with n Nmvcnstlo
coal enrgo to" bo given up as lost
is tho Norwegian bark Soladon
that left tho Auutruliau port about
four months ago for Honolulu.
It is supposed that her coal ignit
ed ami f oi cod the crow to leino
tlio burning ship. No nows of
tho vessel or the men hns been ro
JMiiuhtcr ofltobchnli Drop IN'iuI.
Springfield, Ills., Nov. I8.TI10
opeuiug BOBsious of thoDuughters
of Jtobeknli nudlho grand lodge
of Illinois Odd FoIIowb woro snd
ly interrupted today by tho smldon
death of Mip. Mary J3. SIovoub, of
Tnli, Illinois, the chaplain. Slio
had just commenced prayers say
iug, "Our Futlier," when bIio
dropped to tho iloor and died of
Ilor husband, D. 0. Stoveus, a
prominent ineolmut, wns attend
ing tho Odd Follows grand lodgo
session ncross tho hall who 11 noti
fied of his wife's death. Appro
priate resolutions woro adopted
and committees appointed to
escort iho body to Ynlo, aftor
which tho BCHsiou adjourned.
Wcililcil lt KulllllllltHplll.
MisH Estlmr Kuaoa aud Solo
mon Dnvid Koki woro marrietl at
Kiuimakapili church last ovouiug
by Jtov. JI. II. Parker. Tho
bridehiunith wt-ro tho MinBns
Gharlottn l'iuutaiu and Carrio
Nnkapunhi. Tho groouihinoii woro
Oscar ('ox and ThouinH A. Kia
koiia. The joung couplo hold a
rncopttou timing tho ovouing at
tho Kinvaiahao Koiniiiiiry, of
whinli iiiHliliitiou (ho Initio
was fiiiinorly 11 pupil. Thoy will
li'itvo on Iho Kiuau tomorrow for
W'aiiuea, Ilnunii, whorotho hmioy
moon will bo spout.
Iliitik l',i It, be IIiimi'.I T
'I'lio I1110I; tlrivor who roHlorod
Mr. DiillinliVri vullso to him youtnr
iy will) Hiivorul tlioiiHiuid dollurs
in wold in it Hiiys tlmt Hh ownor,
uflnr hiitlhfyliiK lihuHi.lf (Imt h
eoiitontti woroHnft. mo inly tlmnkml
lilm, nml now nil tlio Uill) linok
illlvni't aio Hiiiiilnrlny whutlior It
(myH't'i lii) IioiumI,
VarlnnaMnlteraln Law, I'robnteand
Judgo Carter has approved tho
accounts and ordered the discharge
of W. F. "Wilson, recoivor of tho
estato of Aknnn, deceased, and np
pointed tho samo gentlomnu as
administrator with tho will annex
ed under 8000 bonds.
Mrs. Knuui Pnelo by her attor
ney, J. K. Kahookauo, has with
drawn her petition, as odministrn
trix of hor lato husband's estate,
for leave to sell real property.
Judge Perry suggested to hor that
she may investigate whether a cer
tain bill of snle, under which per
gonal proi.orty of her husband wns
sold in his lifetime, was a fraud.
Georgo Mclntyro petitions to
be uppoiuted guardinn of his miu
or children, Georgo and Aluiiru,
thpy boing possessed of real ostnto.
Autono Kosn by his attorneys,
Thurston & Stanloy, moves for
toil days' further time in which to
answer tlio bill for accounting of
Win. Miihiikn. As thoro uro ac
counts of thirteon years to go
ovr no less timo willbe necessnry
to mako duo answer. Defendant
takes occasiou to deny all the alio
gations of wrongdoing in the bill
Judgo Perry has approved tho
accounts of N. Petorson, guardian
of Marry P. Apoe, showing a bal
ance duo him of $1.50.
Ho Sin, guardian of Kan Yeo,
accounts for receipts of 08 and
pnyraonts of 2.50.
P. O. Jones, executor of the will
of Georgo Ahuai, accounts for re
ceipts of So-10, payments of $12!).
G5 nud a balance of $110.35; also
files an invontorv of other pro
nprty valued at S830 aud asks 'for
KxceUlor I.nilo Jin. , I. o. (, i'M
Cepbrnt- Iln I'iriirlli IlirllHlxy
About fifty of tlio members of
tho order of Odd Follows in tliib
city mot in tho lodgo room of Ex
ci'lainr Ludgo No. 1 to inlonnally
colobruto tho 50lh unuivors.iry of
its institution. Tlio cliuir was
takon by District Deputy Gr.ind
Sue I, n P orre. Aflor priyor by
tho chit lain and singing tho
Opening odo Brother Li Piorro
c.ilbd on the niBinbors presont for
renin rks impropriate to tho occa
sion. Tliope woro miido by
Brothers Robert Lowers. Leclar,
li'x-o. Out, Ilowo, Turner and
IJrothcrW. C. I'arko also rend
tho add less delivored by his
futbor, tho lato Alnrshnl I'arko,
D. D G. S., on the occasion of
tho 2Uth iiiiuivorsnry of tho lodgo,
a synopiiis of whioli waapiintod
in tho Olnis-tmns edition of tho
Tlio afl'iiir was a mof-t onjoy
ablo ouo to thoso presont.
. m m
TIIK SAM,' OI' DOLLS.
ilIlNKliinnr.v HtcmiirrN ,tl Abniil HIOII
lo riii'lr Trpimnry.
Tho salo of dolls mado by moni
bors of tho Missionary Gleaners
Society of tho Uontrnl Uuion
church commenced at tlio church
pnrlors at :!!0 this morning, and
within half nn hour afterwards
most of thorn had boon disposed
of, Thoro woro about sixty of
them in all, not including a dozou
Ohineso ones Mut in by Mrs.
Fiank Damon to bo Bold for tho
benefit of tho Chineso Mission.
Wlion a Hui.rilH'lN man called
at tho clnuoli a Utile boforo noon
tho ladies woro felicitating thoin
Kolvtm 011 tho Biiooess of tlio hiiIc,
which has mldml about 1011 to
tholr tronsmy. Tho dolls woro
bountifully and vory tastefully
diossod, whilo at tho buiho timet
tho pi'icus asked for thorn woro
most roiiHOiiablo. Thoy ranged
from 25 emits up to $-1.
Thoro was also a salo nf homo
mado onmlioH going cm at tho
HiuKon-H)d follow, how nro
you ijoiiig to voto? fitiypus (Ink.
IiiU lilm iihIiIo nmi wliibporiug in
liln imr) 'Hy tho Atmtntllnu
MORRIS STILL ON TRIAL
MOTION TO DlS.TlISS Tlin CASK
oi:mi:o itv nn: ciitiiir.
To.tlnioiiy Ultni Till .tlnrnliiK by
I iiKiiim lii.piTtor Nt-linilciloii, N.
4. Lnnclni and Ollipra.
The time of the District Court
was taken up this morning with
tho trial of A. L. Morris, on tho
charge of smuggling opium. Tho
following proceedings wero had:
A. Schmieden tostifiod that ho
was a customs ollicer aud in that
capacity examined goods from tho
Mount Lebanon. On Tuesday,
December lt, between 8 aud 10
in tho morning was ordured to
search tho freight consigned to
tho Washington Feed Company.
Frnight consisted of crnckors in n
number of boxes. Tho boxes
woro difforout sizos. Small ones
marked D and largo ones A. 1.
Thoro wore eight fiat boxes mark
ed. First case opened was taken
to McStocker ami tho other seven
to tho Custom House. Defendant
asked mo for tho packages. Told
him thoy wero to be examined first.
Asked mo for boiuo of tho Wator
houso boxes. Asked for oiglit or
ton cases, said Wntorliouso was
kicking. Pointed out tho ones he
wanted. Had uot examined tho
eight particular cases at that timo.
Defendant was about 10 feet away
from tho boxes at tho timo. That's
all 1 had to say to him at that
time. JJofondant spoko to mo on
Saturday aftorwurds, asked mo if
I romonibered tho convocation on
Tuesday. Told him I would toll
him in Court.
Cross examination Peon hero
since "92. Talked with defendant
Tuesday morning, four guards
woro present ami McStockor in
tho distance. Don't think Storoy
heard what was said. As well as
I can judge ho did not. Dofoud
out also spoko to Storoy. Asked
him for eight or ton boxes of
oraoknH for Watorhoiioo. Di I
not boo tlio dray on tho wharf.
S. G. Lowden, sworn for tho
prosecution, said: Am proprietor
of tho Washington Feed Com
puny und have known the dofend
nut about 10 months. Uo is as
sociated with mo'as salesman and
bookkeeper. Tho businoss is my
own. Ho gets a porcont'igo of
uot receipts. This arrn"gomeut
has boon in forco all of 18'JO. Do-
J fendaut attouds to tho delivery of
goods trom tho wiinrf, waroliouso
or any other placo thoy may bo,
and also attends to delivering
goods which nro sotit direct
to consignees. Morris order
ed thoso goods. 1 know
thnt crnckors woro ordered
by tho Mount Lebanon. I recoiv
ed tho invoices for tho goods but
Morris attends to tho business
altogether. I noticed tho bills
from tho Portlnud Cracker Com
pany to tho consignees but did not
pay any particular attention to
them. I didn't know tho number
of oasos or who thoy wero for.
Took tho invoices Morris gavo mo
aud mado entry of LSI cases. 1
sworo to that entry supposing
Morris had mado it out correctly.
Did not know tho contents of tho
cases and most emphatically did
not know thoy contained opium.
Never imported or enteral opium
ami would uot do so.
Cross-oxaiiiinnt ion During my
relations with .Morris saw nothing
to fndicuto ho was in tho opium
hmunosK. Nothing canned mo any
suspicion, Consignmoiitsoaiuo tit
rcct to cousigntoj. Theso eight
boxes containing opium woro not
included in any order as far as 1
Ho direct -Of my own knowl
edge, don't know how tho" con
sigiiniontri reached tho consignees,
Morris's interest in tho business
was 50 por uout, of tho not
S, il, Bailor, Hworu- Am em
ployed in .1. T, WiitoihoiiHO gro
uory ntnro. I oulor guoilB, Cluvo
imlur to Moriii for !lSoiics 0 row It
uia. Dutuofoidur Hi'il. n.lur II,
189G. This is all I ordered from
him. Know when goods wore ex
pectod and asked defendant about
them, nnd when T was going to
get them. Was uot going down
to see i "about them. Saw him next
morning and asked him ngnin ho
said thoy would bo up about 1
o'clock. Nothincr oIra nniil in
particular. Know nothing nbout
casps containing opium. No
opium ordered by us. This was
not the first time wo had dealings
with Morris, but gave him no
order except this ono to bo filled.
Thoro is 110 balance of any pro
vious order remaining unfilled.
Tho cases ordorod from him pre
viously ho was to dolivor.
ed to Washington Feed Company
and nskod for tlio Boda crackers.
Don't kuow who answered. Lewis
fe Co. first telephoned to us to
know if wo had sodacrackors on
The prosecution thou ofTorod
tho opium in evidejico as part of
tho crackor case; also an order
marked Al and closed its case.
Counsel for defonso then asked
thnt tho defendant bo discharged,
which motion was denied, ami it
being noon time tho case went
This afternoon defendant was
on tho stand until 10 minutes to
15. Then J. 0. Cook of Tlieo. H.
Davies it Co.'s store testified for
tho defonso. At 3 tho trial is
still on but Hearing conclusion.
DEATH or ISUtKL HIKIM.
For Ihlrly Yciirt Kmplnycil Ibitut St.
Israel Hi nun, for over thirty
oars employed in various capaci
ty about St. Andrew's cathedral,
is no more. Ho died last evening
and is to bo buried at 3:30 this
aftornoon. Ho had been ailing for
Bomo timo and took to his bed on
Wednesday last. His illness was
' a chronic stomach troublo from
I which ho had long suffotcd.
I Israel, the uomo by which
ho was goncraily known, was
, born in Olaa, Hawaii, 59
years ago. Ho has for a
long timo officiated as soxton and
caretaker of tho cathedrid and
gavo such genornl Bulisfitction in
that capacity that his placo will
, bo hard to fill. At tho funeral
1 this afternoon from tho cathedral
Bishop Willis and Jtov. V. H.
Kitcat will ollioiato, Bov. Mr.
1 Mackintosh being still too ill; to
be out. Tho servico will bo part
ly in English and partly in nativo,
"both tho boys' and tho Hawaiian
choirs being present, with Wray
I Tavlor presiding at tho organ.
J Tho deceased loaves two broth
ers, Moses and Solomon Hiram.
and ono sister, Mrs. Hattio Ka
wainui. ItloiiliiUiit-'I'miHt 'iroiipc.
Tho Montague-Faust Company
opuiiB at tho Opera House noxt
Tuesday for n season of four
nights. This company has a rep
utation throughout Europe nnd
tli'i East, for giving first-cl iss on
tortammentp. Tho Faust family
thomselves hnvo for tho lust three
generations boon considorod ono
of tho most refined musical, com
edy nud spociilty companion in
Eurpo. Aido from tho Fu lists,
tho company includes that clover
poil' rtnor 1'rof. Moutuguo, wh is
a whole show in himself. Tlio
box plan will bo open tomorrow,
and a porfiiniianco if guaranteed
that will give entire satisfaction
to holders of tickets.
lb conl arih'alH nt tho Hawaiian
hotel uro Eugene FuiikI, Prof.
Montague, E. Faust Si, Mrs.
Fuusl, Ed. Faust, Mien ltuby
I'aust, Miifitor Freddie Faust, Miss
Fornandt'Z, Victor Fiutst and Mr.
(ioiioh, all nf tho Montaguo
Fiiust Oompmy; I. Salmon, liih;
nud A. 0, Baker of tho U, H, S.
Lato arrivals, at tho Arlington
uro W. It. Winn, London, Eng
land; I. Wltkownkl, Uliioiigo;
t YV. HuhluilV-r, Unlit-olio, and
E. Mad lei. II iiiiak'..'
THE BOARD OP EDUCATION
c:ojnETi:xr ti:aciii:iis get a
KAINE OT NAI.AItV.
TIip Nlulit Nilli.ol Ollcsllo 1 Nettled at
Ln.t .tlpiiilirrii of Hi II, nrtl to
Acting president Smith, Mis.
B. F. Dillingham, Mrs. E. W.
Jordan, Deputy Inspector Gen
oral Scott, Prof. Aloxnnder, W. A.
Boweu and H. Von Holt woro tlio
members present at tho meeting
of tho Board of Education yester-.
day afternoon. '.
Tho report of tho 'IVnchefs'
committee, recommending raises
of Biliary in tho cases of certain
teaohors selected for special com
petency, was adopted.
Bobcrt Law was given tho
principalship of tho Pahoohoo
school, Hawaii, at a saluiy of $800
Harriet Wendell Brown was
granted permission to open a
private school at North Kohiila.
Various requests from touchers
on Maui and Molokai to eloi-o
their Bchools a day or two beforo
tho end of tho term in order to
connect with tho steamers for Ho
uolulu were granted.
Applicatjons for repairs (o
school buildings at Lihuo aud
Lanui wero referred back for esti
mates of the costs.
Tho night school question was
disposed of in syort order by ord
ering tho schools kept open every
evening during tho vacation ex
cept Christmas nnd New YearV
days, and giviugDeputy-Inspcctor
Scott power to closo them if thft
attendance did not warrant keep
ing thorn open.
Tho following assignments of
schools to various members of tho
Board for tho purpose of visitation
Mrs. D llinghani Wailupe, Mo
iliili, and Chinese Girls' School.
Mrs. Jordan Moaualuii, Knu
luwela, Kalihi-waona and Kalilii
uka. Prof. Alexander Mauoa, Wui
kiki and Marquosville.
W. A. lioweii Horotauia Street,
Kawaiahao and Kakaako,
H. von Holt Puuoa, Fort Street
Tho romuiuilor of tho schools
will bo takon by Presidont Smith
aud tho Deputy Inspector Gen
oral. Tho usual batch of applications
for positions from teachers in tho
United States was received ami
roforred to tho Teachers' Com
mittee. I'rauli'y .Undo i;YiPiinrM.
It is said by ono who claims to
kuow that tho total expenses of.
tho Fruwloy troupo from tho dayi
they left San Francisco until tho
day of their return, including
salaries, stoamor faros, etc., aggro
gated $G0()0. As tho recoipts woro
ovor $10,000 from tho Honolulu
ongagemout, tho inanagoment
should bo very well satisfied, ns it
doubtless is. At any rnto it enn
not bo said by any monibor of tho
Fiuwloy company that Honolulu
is a jay town.
Uii'liliiulnii Timber Inr ..lupitn,
According to JapauoEQ agont.-i
statiomul at So.ittlo as niiioli us
20.0U0.0i 0 font of tiiubor roccnlly
contracted for from tho Pugot
S Hind mills is to bu worked inio
ties with which To trminf ,n,i iJdJO
milts of iiurrow'-gaiigo railroid in
Jap hi to bioad-gingo, tho lico-ssi
t.y for this ohaugo having ln-on
emphasized by the Jup.m Chum
llrliUh Iriiiiiu ,rrle,
llalifnx, Novombor 27.--TJ10
Allan lino stoamor Cnrthiigoiiian
urrivod today from hivorpool
with iilmut 8l)i) llritisli troop! o
boaid, Thi'30 hundred mop nyo
for tho Horkshiro ItoHimont,
about !00 go to Uoiimnln mid the
bulaiioo lo Victoilit, B, 0,