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Vol. III. No. 505.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1897.
Prior 5 Cknts,
a 7 f- 1 T W T T &
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published overy day mcrpt Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnvTurrs lu the fln-
wniian Ielandc 3 7A
Por Year. "... 8 (10
Por Year, postpaid to Aaacrion,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, oihor Foreign
Countries 13 00
Tayoblo InvrtriaMr ta Ajlvauoo.
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 80.
3. L. FIN KEY, Manager.
is the soil in which roots lifo, health,
strength, happiness. Tho soil of tho
blood can bo drained or impoverished
like any other soil, nnd can be fertil
ized and r.o'.i:Lhc J Jr. a similar wtty.
Tou can get back tho old spring and
snap. You can enjoy labor by day
and sleep by night. You can sat
your food with tho
of health, if you only supply tho
blood with its lacking nutriment;
vitallzo it, or If you like, fertilize it.
A largo number of so called tonic
remedies nro disguised stimulants.
Aycr's Sara.iparilla i3 not a stimu
lant but a nourishment. It feeds
tho blood and so enriches it, as well
as purlfios it. That Is why physi
IJsiranE f Iraltn'.lflnn. Tlie name Ayor"
SarnaimrlHa U proolncnt on the -wrrpjier
aDd blown In thti (thl o( ouch bottle.
AYER'S PILLS FOR INDIGESTION.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
.rloloAcentB tor tho Kopublio of Hawaii.
"Will hereafter make his HEAD
QUARTERS at the
H" will resume teaching in the kp
olul branches of bid profpHitlon VIO
LIN nmltbb CULTIVATION of the
VOICE on MONDAY, Jan. 11, 1807.
Any communication addressed to
ubuvu mcutiourd firm will receive
prompt attention. Mr. YurudUiy will
h!jo t..ki. cliai'u'- of i.ll rii.nr. Tunliig
for Hawaiian Npwh Company's ritore,
where he will be pleased to receive ord
crr for til euch work. Telephone No.
Tho KING BROTHER8 will alBO
receive orders at their Art Store, No.
110 Hotel St. Telephone 007.
Having secured the service of G.
iltnmriineu', we are prepari'tl In ex
.cute iiiduri for 1'iauo Tuning and He
' pairing of 1'ianoa auH OrguiiB. Mr.
HiriiMiu'B experience And ability naa
Awt clus artist in bis llnu of work U
too will kuowu to uied fur'hor com
ment; aufflne to say that we fully guar,
ant. a all work Intrusted to in OhIhih
ltft ut our olllco will receive prompt
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The Honolulu Sanitarium
A Quiet, Uomolike Place, where Trained
' Nuii.cs, Miissiicu, "SwccIhIi Movoment,"
Baths, Electricity nnd l'hyiiical Training
nifir be oblnlucu.
1 B. KULLOCIO, M. D.,
Tolophoue 039. Superintendent.
THE ANNEXATION CLUB
rutsr op a ni:hii.s or moxtiii.y
Prominent NirMier Wilt .llukr Ail-
drMHH TmilKlit In l'nrtliemiiea
ol Ilin Cnti T AiiiicxhIIiiii.
Thnt there will bo an immenso
crowd at tho mooting of (bo An
nexation Club in the drill hcd
this ovrning goes without saying,
although it is nut n culled "mass"
meeting, ns has boon stated, but
merely tho first of n series f
monthly meetings. Out it is. pro
posed to make this first meeting
a "hummer" and by thus doing
sot tho pace for those which nro
Tho ofllcors nnd mombors of tho
alub wish it distinctly understood
that, although it is a club mooting,
everybody olso is welcome nnd is
invited to attend nnd hear what is
Tho first business of tho meet
ing tonight will bo n stntomeut by
Hon. L. A. Thurston, president
of the club, on bohalf of tho
officors. This will show what tho
oilicors have douo heretofore and
what thoy propose to do iu tho
future, lu other words president
Thurston will outliuo the now
compairn ns agreed on by the
now oiheors and ask thnt it bo in
dorsed by tho mcoting. Sugges
tions ana comments on tho pro
gram will bo asked for nnd it is
hoped for tho good of tho cnuso
they will bo frooly given by nuy
ono who has nnytliiug to offer.
Ministor Coopor will bo the
speaker of tho evening, and al
though ho has not told anyone iu
ndvnuco what ho is going to say
it is prottv gonornlly understood
that ho will talk about his visit to
tho United Statos, tho prominent
people he saw thoro aud how thoy
expressed themselves on nnnoxn
tiou. Whntover tho Aliuiutor of
Foreign Affnirs may have to spy
will bo of great interoat nud it
mny bo of importnuco should he
tnke the opportunity of unburden
ing himsolf of stato secrets and
inukiug public tho exact present
position of tho government in tho
Hon. Cecil Brown was to have
been ono of tho speakers of tho
evening nnd had prepared data
for what would certainly havo
boon one of tho best speeches
mndo,but uufortunatoly he is today
suffering with n sovore cold nnd
hoaraones, nud this tuoruiug
notified tho comraittoo iu nhnrgo
of the meeting that his physician
had positively forbidden him to
speak this evening. It is hoped,
howovor, at tho nnnexation hond
qunrtarb that Mr. Brown's hoarso
nees will hnvo disnppoarod by
evening so that the physiuinu'd
tabu may bo removed.
Speoohes will nlso bo mode by
Sonator McCandlcss and liepro
soutativo A. G. M. Robertson.
They nro both known us ardent
supporters of tho cause, nud when
thoy tnlk thoy have nlwnys some
thing to buy, which is moio thun
can be said for soino publio mou.
Takou all in all, tho audionco nt
tho first of those opon monthly
meetings should be it rousing ono
and there is no doubt that the ex
pectations of the coimuitteo iu
oliargo will bo fully realized.
Abundauco of seats will bo pre
pared for lftdios and thoir escorts
and thoro will bo plenty of tables
for members of tho locnl press
aud foreign correspondents. The
speaking will bo from the main
C'niiYlctfd of Annnult.
Two Chinese wore up boforo
Judge do la Vorgno this morning
charged with assaulting one of
thoir countrymen. Attorney Iio
bertson npyoared for the prosecu
tion aud J. T. do Bolt for tho do
fonso. Tho evidence was vory
conflicting but tho Court straight
ened the matter out by disoharg
ing two of tlin defendants, fining
ono of tho others sfl'2 nnd tho
other two 5 each with costs.
IIL.4CK AMD W'HITi:
IUnn' Illinium nli.v to HI mi lllulrl)d
III Noiilli Alrlcn. j
Willinm F. Bailey of tho Iiish
Laud Commission, contribute nu
article to the National lleviow on
"The Nntivo Problem in Mouth
Africa." Commontiug upon it
tho Dublin .Freeman's Journal
AVe judgo from tho urticlo be
fore uu Mini v hut Li.id 'Juniug
ton once happily called "tho 1) d
Niggor" iHilioy is roiupnnt iu
South AfiK'u. Tho dedcription
given of the treatment lueleit mi
to tho black lunu nud the methods
suggested for his subjugation or
extirpation point clenrly to this
conclusion. Heis regnrged mere
ly no a utensil to be kept accord
ing to his value or worthloBsness
to tho white man. What is host
for his own life, improvement,
civilizatiou, happiness, is novor tor
ono moment to bo considered.
As Mr. liniloy writes with delicnto
irony- "Wu find, bowser, that
while utilised as far ns possible
for industrial purposes, ho is con
sidered a most undesirable fellow
citizen, and n growing meunco to
the supremacy of tho Euioppau !
Tho Knilir and tho Hottentot nro
oxcolloiit ns working ngonts in the
samo wny ns are the horso nnd
the ox, aud if thoy could bo man
aged as nro these useful uuiuinln,
thoy would bo n distinct ndvnut
nge to tho couutry, aud constitute
n most valuable uaetion of its
fnunn. ,.Tho troublo is thnt tho
nntivo wants, or rather some whito
men want for him, similarity of
treatment with other Iminnu be
ings, with tho rosult that full use
cunuot bo mado of him as an
ngont in the production of
wealth." The Kailirs nro con
demned to wenr budges like crimi
nals, to walk in tho streots with
tho cattle, nud on no nccouut on
the footpaths with the whito mou.
IltHrlnsH nt Circuit Contt fllHinl'rr"
and Ntiiirenir Court Term.
Judgo Porrj hns l endured n
decision nnd cigued a decrooj ap
proving tho account and ordering
tho discharge of J. A. Mngoou,
trustee of tho estato of tho Into
Edward Evorott, also ordering tho
termination of tho trust. Nnkni
Everett, widow, nud Alice E.
Dnvis, daughtor, togothor with J.
A. Mngoou, trusteo, nnd Henry
Smith, ngont for Alice E. Hull,
nnothor daughtor nnd hoir who
hnd convoyed hor interest, were I
pr--e:.' .i th. bf rin. I
Judgo Ferry partly honrd Dow- I
boll vs. Kunouo nud others, eject
mont, this morning aud continued
tho hearing till tomorrow. Kin
noy it Ballou and Knno for plniu
till'; Rosn for defendants.
Judgo Crater nwarded Mrs.
Hopkiuii S15 n .tek aliiuouy nnd
S50 nttomoy's foo besides costs.
Thurston ft Stnnlev for libellnnt;
Kinney & Ballou for libelleo.
Dowsott nnd Sumner nud Oahu
Eailway & Lnnd Co.'s appeals
".ge!ut M.'"ir tav -t. jsn:tntri tc:o
heard by tho Suprene Court to
it.y. C. rr.ii. ."Li' .pp.i:,i.iL in
both cases; Thurston & Stanley
for the tax nssossor. Judge Cnr
tor sat in plnco of Justico Frear,
disqualified, in thor.-.ilwny case.
fire nt Kwh.
A nntivo policomnu brought
word from Ewn shortly before
press time that a houso ut Ewa,
near tho Couit House, had beeu
burned to tho ground this morn
ing. Tho houso was occu
pied by a Portuguese family nud
ono of tho ohildron was severely
burued. Dr. Weddick wns in nt
tondnnco on the Htiffornr.
Wilder Meaimlilp Compaur I.lbrlod
A Coast paper says thnt Charles
Robison has sued tho Wildor
Stonmship Company to recover
810,000 for personal injuries, nl
logod to hiwo boon received, while
iu tho employ of tho dofandnut
corporation as n sonmnn on tho
barkoutino C. C. Funk.
ritorixtusos of tiik iioakh of
IIIKKUTOIIS LAST MUI1T.
Ari-HiiKrmtmts I'tTTcclcd Tor 4'omlnu"
1'lrltl lliif-J..(nl Sport nt Kaplo-
IhiiI I'nrli iMAiirnl.
1 At the mooting of tho Board of
j Directors of the Hawaiian Atun-
tour AtbhtH! AtMoiMiitiuu hold last
evening tho following nrrungo-
( meets woro mndo for tho moot to
' bo hold on Saturday next.
I A now committee on prizes cou-
, sisting of George Augus, T. V.
Kihg nud OhaH. Crnuo waB eub-
I stituled for ouo herotoforo np-
j A coimuitteo wns appointed to
intorviow merchnuts and solicit
iu ticks suitnolo fur prizes.
I Tho proper condition of tho
Kapiolani park track on Sntur
day will bo looked after by E. B.
Oilicors of tho day were selected,
; ns follows:
Judges: 'J'om Wright, Dr. Way
( sou nnd D. W. Corbett.
Koforec: J. W. Jones.
i Time Keepers: Tom Holliugor,
, W. F. Lovo nud Charles Bollinn.
' Clt?rkB of Courhf: Oeorgo An-
gus and Churlos Crune.
Hnndicnppers: Tom Wright nnd
i Starter: Jnmos Torbort.
j Entry fees for tho bicyclo races
1 nro 25 conts for mombors nnd GO
I cents for nil' others. No entrnuco
feo ib ohnrgod for nuy of tho field
sports. Entries for tho bicycle
events oloso at Thrum's 6toro at
noon on Thursday.
Following aro tho entries up to
2 p. m. today:
One miln novice: Chnrles Mur
ray ana W. Clulton.
Half-mile handicap (open): T.
V. King, Georgo Martin, Fred
Damon, it. Bond. Sam Johnsou,
P. Lishinnn, 11. Giles aud D. G.
0-i"-inile novelty (openj: T.
V. King, Georgo Martin, Fred
Damon, .11. Bond, Sam Johiibon,
P. Lishmau, H. Giles aud D. G.
One-mile (3-minute class) : W.
Lyle, Charles Murray, W. Chil
ton and Sam Johnsou.
Ouo-milo (invitation): T. V.
King, Georgo Martin, Fred
Dnmon, P. Lishinnn, II". Giles,
John Silva nud D. G. Sylvester.
Ouo-milo handicap (open): T.
V Ki.-ir; Grnrjr. lxH.:, V.nd
Damon, li.Boud, Sam Johnson,
T. Lishui.in, H. Gile., D. G.
Sylvestor nnd John Silva.
Throe-mile hip (open): Georgo
Martin, Fred Damon, D.G. Syl
vestor, John Silvu, P. ijUhinan
and II. Giles.
Jpmes K inu, who represented
Honolulu iu tho Legislature thir
teen yenrs ago, returned in the
Mo.' 07rA '.o hiu n.l:vo coi.ntiy
from Touga, whore ho had
L&vu in br.bl.iut. . te.'al
years. Foroigu competition was
too much for him. Mr. Keau was
a groat talker iu tho Hawaiian
Lo'iali tare, be.' jg n'ulc to use .ip
nu hour on such n subject ns tho
nuiennco of cattle droving on tho
Kn'iiii road. In h's exilo, how
over, he has lost much of his com
mand of tho Hawaiian langunge,
nud might make a useful member
fo tho Legislnture if his fiaoncy
doos not return.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontnl
office Cottngo No. 100, Alakoa
olieet, ti-lriihono No. Glo. Ofliot
aou.-tt C' a.m. to-1 i'.M.
Meohnnics' Homo, corner Hotel
nnd Numinu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Torma: 2fi
and CO count por night. $1, nnd
ifl.25 uor week.
Tho Arorjrnph is n vnlunblo
nid to anyone wishing to loaru to
sketch from nature without nu in
structor. Price S8.00. King Bros,
havo them for b.i!o.
5 Eueoip Bulletir?,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TUESDAY, JAN. 12, 1897.
Ono of tho laat.argumouts that
might bo expoctfd to como from
tho American oido of tho water,
agniubt the luluiission of Hawaii
to tho Union, is that which treats
Hawaiian sugar ns somothiug to
bo kept by nil moans from compet
iug with tho product of States
now iu tho Union. Hawaiian
sugar has now for twonty years
been admitted into tho Unitod
States froo of duty by reciprocity
treaty, but this advautago to Ha
wr.iLa producers has .iGvor been
nttacked on tho ground of injuri
ous competition with the Amoricau
product. The Hawaiian contribu
tion to tho world's supply, upon
which tho vnluo univorsnl is osti
mnted, hns novor beon gront
enough to dominnto tho market.
Whon nil tho romnining soil of
theso islnuds cnpablo of sugar cul
tivation shall hnvo been subdued
to thnt purpose, tho totnl Hawaii
an product will doubtless benr n
smillor proportion to tho world's
consumption . then than it doos
now. Tho ratio of iucrenso of
consumption nt the presont timo
in tho United States is probably
much grentor than tho rntio of in
crease of production in those isl
nuds. This imposition is sub
mitted iu anticipation of tho op
portunity of presenting definite fig
ures beforo mnny weeks. Tho
few journnls of nny
tho Unitod Stntes
liitluenco in i
which have ,
rnised tho objection of Hawaiian
sugar competition to annexation
mu-it produeo more than tho moro
ory if they would oulist public
opinion on their sid. It will bo
necessary for them to produeo
facts beforo thoir opposition to i
tho political incorporation of Ha
waii into tho Uniou should bo
oreditod with a basis of ronson.
Thoy might perhaps nlso fiud it
profitable, in the snmo lino ns
that suggested, to ascertain tho
comparative rntio of increase of
homo production and increnso of
homo consumption. Evon let
thorn take tho probable abnormal
increase of homo production
undor the stimulus of tho beet
eugar boom now being worked
up and the probnblo norninl in
crease of home consumption upon
tho piCHOtn ratio for fivo years be
ginning with 1897, nnd it
s d mhttnl if their esti
mate will givo a domestic
supply approaching tho amount
jf home cousuinptiou nt
period n gront deal nearer thnn
tho one did tuo other at tho oIoho
of Inst yoar. Thus fnr this is ad
mittedly specnlntivo nrguinont nn
s'.ve;ing objections wholly of tho
snmo nature Whon tho figures
required can bo obtninod, how
over, these lemarks will, it is
hoped with coufidouce, bo fortified
with reasons inviting n different
modoof nttncl: thun nppoals to tho
ionlousy of n Biuglo body of A me-
Even it nothing else can bo
demonstrated, though, than that
Hawaiian sugar will boforo a groat
whilo bo n superfluous commodity
in tho American mnrkot, such n
fact must still be regnrded ns n
puerile nrgumoutngninst tho poli
ticnl uuion of Hawaii with tho
United States. Is it to bo shut
out of night thnt with tho 200,000
tons of sugar Hawaii will be on-
cumbered with, she will bring a
population of moro thnn 100,009
pooplo who will buy Amoricna
products chiefly for tho'supply
ing of their necessities
and luxuries ? Whntover
will not bo American
will indeed pny tribute to tho
United States treasury. Under
tho reciprocity treaty nl though
only n partial measure of frea
trade Hawaii is now n commer
ci'il o loi ,j of tho United Stntes,
nnd tho relation is tho source ami
the lifo of the largest spclion o
niniiiiir)" traffic owii'.'d by tho
United St-iton. By tho tiunsfor
mntinu of that traffic from a foieigu
to an interstate basis by annexa
tion, with free interchange- of tha
lnrge numbor of products of both,
countries now pnyiugdtit)v,uot.i
only would tho traffic bo freed
trom tho many expenses now at
taching to it, but it would bo made
nn undivided po.-fiOfsioii of Auier
cnu national wealth. Hawaii,
moreover, is not to bo npprni.-ed
in value nloue as n sugar produc
ing country. Her soil will pro
dueo in nbuudance and of first
(p.iality almost any staples of the
tropics. Evou now coffee bids
fair to rival sugar iu her pro
ducts. Fruit culturo hns beeu
scarcely thought of, as n sourco
of nntionnl wealth, iu the silver
days of tho whaling trade or tho
succeeding golden days of sugar.
But with the iucreaBe of Europe
nil inhabitants enterprise is tnkiug
a widor rnugo, nud nided by
wiso ' lnnd settlement Inwa
agricultural industry is steadily
becoming more diversified. Ha
waii hns alrop.dy begun to supply
in considerable measure, nud that
. i.,, .; in-;ir i,aii.1J ii ,i
Mv.a;tiv u VJUOiu.ll"0 tliu UCUVlr?
nf t,n p,.;ri ruut r,. rrnu
fruits whon tho uativo articles nra
not in season. United Stntes
economists cherish the piospoct of
nu ideal condition for their coun
try, in which its own lorritory
snail yioui erory tlnug nccessnry
for tbQ 8Uatonauco of its owu peo-
pie. runt win Do ouo not mcou
sidernblo step nearer realization
when Hawaii shnll hnvo become
pnrt and parcel of tho gront Am
By recommendation of ths
prison inspectors Arthur Fitz
gorald, solving tiinr for shooting
a Chiuoso policeman, was order
ed confined in tho dart
coll for ton days. Ha
has boon iu eight days, but meets
tho doutor suiiliug every morning.
Tho first six days ho did not touct
his bread ouly to stack it up, nud
only drnnk tho wutor given him
with the ftnff of lifo. Fitzgerald
has beeu iusubordiunto ever since
going to jail, besides being sr
fiimttmrnnu Hint lm lina r ln nn
, stfintly watched. All that can be
done with him on coming out of.
tho nark coll is to confine him to
yard work with n ball and chain
to his fcot.
j At tliu llaWHlliiu llolet.
Tho Hawaiian band under th
'leadership of 1'rol. Berger will
givo a conceit ut tho Ha Auiinu
, hotel this evening nt tho usual
, hour, with tho following piorum:
i TAUT I.
Selection 1 lie I.ombarilliiiia WrUl
Boloe mil Cliomes
Hawaiian (Jloe Club, under Hie i I-
crahlp of W. J. Cucltio.
Medley Tim C'hrUty Minstrili Klvicro
Kmilmla-Tlie Dlacktlultli Ellvnlcar
Wttllr-Tlio Skaler WnMli-ulei
Galop VUat )koK
City Carringo Co.. J. S, Ani. -rado,
manager. It you wnnt t
hnok with good hoim iu d ciive
iul drivor ring up f 'iiivie lll4
corner of Fort i r i Mfivhnnl
streets. Hack at .ih ho..rs.
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