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Vol. III. No. 510.
HONOLULU, II. I., .MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day cioept Sunday nt
210 King &creot, flonclnln, H. I.
.Tor Month, ciiywhore lu Ihe Ha
waiian inlands $ 75
.Por Year. '''I
Per Yonr, postpaid to Anemia,
Gannon, or Mexico IP hi
Por Ycur, ptmtpnld, oilier Foreign
Countries 13 00
Paynblo Iuvnrlnlilr In Adrnnoo.
Tolcpuoua 256. P. O. Uox 80.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Many people, after a long spell of
oppress! vo heat, Buffer from Jassl
tudo, loai of spirits, tnd a goncml
"run down" feeling. Ihcyneed a
course of Aycr's Swsapsriila, i
medicine wMeh Jias rovived and
restored to active Wo and health
thousands of feuc'i sufferers. A lady
recently returned to England from
South Africa writes concerning thl3
"Wlillo in Capo Town tho par,t
Eummer I suffered greatly from tho
lonff-continiK'd heal. I was com
pletely worn out ; my Wood aecmed
to become as thin an water, and I
lost all energy and interest In life.
My friendo recommended Aycr'3
Sarsaparilln, and a courso of litis
wonderful ij-cdicino n.'.tcrcd my
health and spirits: My linsband suf
foied in tlio saiiio way as I d:d,
though not to tfOi an o'tent, and
he also w.is p.L.Uy benefited from
the uso of
AVER'S KLL3. K1LSHUT EFFECTIVE.
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Hole A:;t'UtN for the Uoimblio of nawnii.
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IMinum-il nt CiillttK t.. it I'li'i-in rii'r
A lotter written by one- of tlio
orew of tlio'cruiBor Philadelphia,
was received in Sun Francisco
lntely, which tolls tho story of a
disastrous firo in tlio cruiser's
bunkers on the morning of her
arrival nt Cullao, Peru. Tlio crow
were busy scrubbing down the
decks when an nlnriu of lire
sounded. They wore informed as
to tho whereabouts of tho fne, but,
as tho ship rapidly filled with
smoke, had eousidornble difficulty
playing water on tho blazing coal.
All tho ship's ventilators ami pas
sageways tending to create n
draught woro closed, and tho crow
fought tho firo with renewed
"Notwithstanding tho fact that
all tlio water possible was used,"
said tho writer of tho letter, " the
plntes in tlio magazine-room bo
came so heated thut an ordor to
abandon "ship would not hrtvo sur
"After three hours1 hard work
tho Uanies woro extinguished in
tho coal bunkers, but the firo
broke out in an ndjoiuiug room
from the healed plates. Tho crew
was ngain put to work and in a
half hour had tho firo out. Tho
hatch plates woro cooled to pre
vont fiuthor dntnago by running
streams of wnter over thorn, nud
tho excitement ended."
Minrli Lh ur Oil.
A ileot of 100 vessols is eugnged
from Junuary to August of each
year in tho capture of sharks, uear
Icolaud. Only tho livors nro
sought. That of each yields five
gallons of oil which has medicinal
virtues resembling those of cod
liver oil. If this industry pays in
Iceland why should it not pay in
Hawaii ? Certainly sharks nro
KAPIOLANI PARK MEET
IVIIIItlMVIi I'.VCM TflK MOST
rr.lt!ccit In (In- Tlirrr Itlcyrlr
1 hi-nl Ills Alfeiiitimrn nt Hie
(.rntltidx-I li Winner.
About a thousand people wont
out to Kupiolaui park race track
on S'ltunlny afternoon to view the
progiutu of twenty events given
under tho nuspiros of the Hono
lulu Amateur Athlotic Associa
tion, and, while no records of any
kiud wero broken during tho
meeting, tho sports wero much
enjoyed. There was rivalry in
tho bicycle races between tho dif
ferent clubs represented and in
coneequenco considerable jockey
ing on the pari of tho Hilars.
Tho one mile novice wheel race
was won by O. Murray in 2:3GJ
Chilton fell near tho half and
claimed that Murray fouled him,
but the claim was not allowed.
In the hulf-milo handicap wheel
race which came next there was a
spill, Percy Lisliman'a wheel tun
ning into that of Sylvester's.
Lmlnnaii wns thrown aud Giles
who was directly behind ran over
him, falling also. Lishuiau sus
tained a cut on tho forehead aud
bruises 011 both arms, while Giles
escaped with u sprained wrist.
The nice was won by SamJoluiboii
TIih 100-yard dash was won by
Cupnl Kuluiiiaiiaoloin 11 seconds,
Moore being a close second.
W. Cuiniuiugs of St. Low Col
lego took the bioad jump contest,
jumping 18 feet 7 iuches.
Tho 220-yard dash resulted in a
dend heat between Cupid and
Chris Holt. Timo 211 seconds.
Tlio ruce was awarded to Holt at
In tho oue-milo novelty bicycle
r.iu Silvu hud llioload until about
Gfly iards from the tape, when
Stun JoIiiibou passed him in a
ii.iitfiiifi-e. spurt, winning the
rnco in 2:31J.
n.t oi.n-inilt) wheel nice, three
minute o ass, was won easily by
Sam Johnson in 2:50J.
Tho -110-ynrd and half milo
dashes both wont to Maurice Mc
Million in 57 seconds and 2:171
respectively. Tho one milo race
was won by A. M. Wolcott iu5:21.
Tho 120-yard hurdle raco was
captured by H. Hapai, as was ex
pected, in 18J secouds.
The ono milo invitation bicycle
race was won twice, but each timo
tho judges declared it no raco, as
2:40 wus not mado. The first heat
was won by Stlva and tho second
by Martin, tho best timo mado bo
Throwing tho hammer. This
event was awarded to A. Manasa
of Kamoliameha with 81 fo&t9
inches. D. Dayton second.
Tho ono milo handicap wheel
race was tukon by J. Silva in
2:33 4 5.
Chris Willis won tho polo vault
ing ovont, going over tho bar at
'.) foot G inches.
Tho prizo for putting tho shot
also wont to Manaso with 33 hot
Tho tliteo mile lap wheol race
was taken by J. Silva with ten
points, Sylvester second with five.
Tn tho second lap Giles and Mar
tin foil and woro left bohind, al
though Giles made a manful
struggle to muko up tho distanco
lost. Timo by laps,2:53; 5:51 and
Chris Willis jumped 5 foot 2
inches and took tho prizo for high
The tandem raco attracted much
interest und wns closely contested
throughout. It was won by King
nud Johnson in 2:20, Giles nud
Bond beiug closo socouds.
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Mult llo iroiirliilc.
To tho person suggesting tho
most appropriate name for tho
Inko now in course of construction
nt Knwalo. Messrs. Bruco Waring
& Co. will givo a dood in feo sim
ple. Send in your guess to thoir
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K.-KI1I nt Oint!.
It means good tiuie.i in Hono
lulu for three- yenr.i, and a perpe
tual increase thenceforward iu tho
exports of tlii island. For home
days tho reckless tongues of the
street had it that Mr.Dilliughaui's
great scheme of a new sugar plan
tation bearing the name of this
islaud had all but collapsed. But
the Bchouio had become identified
with names, besides that of tho
indomitable promoter, which mado
it practically impossible of ending
in ineffective preliminaries.
This morning a meeting of the
principal Hiib-oiiliers to tho capital
slock of the piojnoted now planta
tion was hold ut tho oIlL-e of II.
Hackfeld it Co., at which the com
puny wns organized aud oleit
its ofiicois. It was resolved to
adopt th- name of "Oahu Suoau
Company, Limited," and the fol
lortiug named officers woro duly
L'aul Isouburg, Sr., President;
IS. F. Dillingham, 1st .Vico
Presidont. Mail; P. liobinsou, 2nd Yica-,
J. F. Hiekfold, Treasurer;
K. Sulir, Seer tin v ;
C. A iJrown, Auditor.
These, with purhaps othor gen
tlenieu to be elected lator, will
form the board of ilircctois.
It was renolved to have tln
papers ..f ineorpoiation prepared
Joithwitli aud to filo articles of
incorporation with tho Minister of
the Iuterior. Also to hnvo bylaw-
ilrafled for submissiou to next
Tho tieasitrnr was nutbnnV.pd to
mn'uj au assessineiit of 10 imr
cent, on tho subscribed capital
clock, immediately, payable not
later than ton dajs nftor call.
"That menus that you will go to
work light away?"" inquired a
UuiiLCTiN loportei of Mt. billing
"Goiug to work right away," he
echoed affirmatively. "Wo will
proceed at ouco to plant sood cano
for raising our own supply of sood
enno. Tho stock for our seed cano
nursery will be got from Ewa or
Waianae, or both of thorn.
"No, thoro is nothiui to hinder
us from ordering mnchiuery now.
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ii a Buiui uruur a pumping piaut
from Chicncro bv tho first stoumor
goiug out. Wo expect to ordor
tho sugar null irom at. Louis.
"This nlimhihnn mill mill will
call for a vnst amount of lumber,
which will nil como from tho
"The expenditure for machinery
of various kinds, with that for
lumber, will amount to probably
ono aud a half millions of dollars,
which will nil go to producers and
manufacturers of tho Tnited
States. It would take tovoral beot
SUCrar factoiiei in rpmesnnf flm
outlay upon this single cano sugar
.It 1 1 ll I- lloiuirv li- Kale I'lclil.
When th lust honors wore
about to be paid to tho lato Ivato
Field at tho funeral iu San Fran
cisco it wns suggested that tho
National Guard ought to bo
ordered out, but Brigudior-Gon-oral
Warfiold decided that ho
could not order out nny of his
command for tho reason that ac
cording to military etiquotto tho
deceased lady was not ontitlod to
honors, not having boeu, liko
Pauline CuBhmau, commissioned
n major, or liko Clara Barton, in
tho serrico ou tho battlo-fiold.
Thogouetal wus willing to do all
ho could to pay tho proper ro
spects to tho memory of tho dis
tinguished womun, ovon to grant
ing a regiinout or company tho
right to- pnrndo if either desirod
to, turn out.
1 18 A GREAT FORECASTER
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Iln CliHrsi- nl niplpori.loclriil Imr
tlu'illuii fur Anxtrnlln I x;ilnr-
I III? AlilirPllr .tltalrrli-x
Clemen I L. Wrngpo, Govom
meiit Metooiologist of Qiuenslaud
nnd director of tho chief weather
bureau of Brisbane, Australia,
pnM..! throiiL'h this citv on the
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m i.,i.u,.i. joiuiij, uii iiio ,, ikjr
homo to Brisbane fiom nn extend
ed ysit to England, Europe and
the United States, during which
ho visited most of tho wenthor
bureaus of tho countries through
which ho passed. His main ob
ject was to attend the Interna
tional Meteorological Congress,
which met in Paris last Septem
ber. Mr. Wrnggo U a meteorologist
of world-wido fame. Ho estnb
lishtd the hydroL'inphie station on
; the lolty Hon Novis, in Scotland,
ami hail charge of it a number of
yeais. In Australia ho has mado
grem triumphs iu his particular
line. From his office iu lirisbauo
lin receives daily weather reports
from Manilu, Llongkong, Singn
pote, liatuvia aud all Australia,
including Tasmania, New Zeulaud
and Nov Caledonia.
The Queonslaud Government is
reeoiung, ho says, a vast amount
of information pertaining to the
agriculture, pastoral and shipping
interests. It organized u special
meteorological ilcpaitiiiont iirt iu
187, Mr. Wraggo thou taking
charge of it.
lie has been preparing isolmrio
maps for the whole region bo
tween 10 deg. north latitude and
55 deg. south latitude, and bo
'tween 30 deg oast longitudo and
130 deg. wo-t lougilude.
News is received by post fjvm
many places not reached by tele
graph. Information is furnished
to thoio interested iu shipping,
liHhetl on the principles oinniiaiing
f i oui Washington aud Englaud.
Ho says thero is a splendid ser
vice, and that information in ro
ferenco to mousoous und great
storms of various kinds is fur
uishod from ono to sixteen days
ahead of thoir arrival.
"We aro now," said he, "inaugu
rating plans so that wo may fore
cast the seasons with a good de
gree of accuracy. Wo aro look
ing to oxplot ing into tho mysteries
of tho Antarctic, which, by tho
way, is a great field for hydro
"Our purpose is to extend our
researches to Samoa, Tonga, Ta
hiti and tho various outlying isl
ands of tho Pacific."
Tito ZfiiUudlK Itrflltcil.
Tho Ocoanio StoaniBhip Com
pany's Zoahmdia was thoroughly
overhauled prior to her trip to
Anstialiu. Bho him boon painted
throughout, und special ciro bus
been taken- with tho steward's
department. The main saloon is
eveu moro handsomo than Hint on
tho Anstraliu, and the officers'
quurteis hnvo buon woll titkon
cuio of. Tho staterooms aro nil
lime could bo desired, and not a
thing is lacking in tho equipment
of the vessel. The Zoal uidiu can
mako her fourteen knots tiny in
aud day out, and a San FinnoiHCO
paper s-iys bots woro freely offered
on tho wharf that sho would beat
tlio Mouowai's timo.
No,fl l.ltcrnrj rUitcrtnliiiiieut,
The Art Loaguo entertainment of
this ovoning will consist of nn
original compoBito story, the au
thors beiug Mrs. Fronr, Mrs. Hall,
Mrs. F. It. Day, Mrs. II . N. Cas
tlo, Messrs. Ballon, J. F. Brown
nnd W. It. Castlo. Members aro
invited to bring each tho custom
ary friend. Iho reading will be
gin promptly at 8 o'clook.
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Vfili I'i nurd nt MnlliiUll nnd I-
iiilip )pp.iV lh ,t III rnooii-
Au Atcnt tor .miii Fruucitrii.
At n mooting of tho citizens of
Wailuku hold on tho evening ot
the 13th iust. an Annexation Club
was organized, which adopted tlio
Constitution of tho Honolulu
Club nnd olected tho following
officers: A. N. Kppoikni, presi
dent; W. H. C. Campbell, first
vico - president; G. Armstrong,
second vice-president; J. H.
Thomai, secretary. Tho Enroll
ment Committee consists of
Messrs. W. T. ltobinson, M. P.
Wniwaiolo and S. Koaliinoi.
Anothor club wns organized nt
Kntieoho courthouse on Saturday
evening Inst with eighty - two
members, of whom only two woro
wliibs. Tho following offi
cers woro olocled: William
Honry, president; Frank Pn
hia, first vice-president; A. Ku,
second vico - president; Henry
Cobb Adams, secretary. Enroll
ment Committee: J. B. Davidson,
ltnv. M. Kuiknlii and D. Wood
ward. Letters nie expected on the Ki
nnu tomorrow giving the news of
the formation of sovornl now clubs
on tlio island of Hawaii.,
There will bo a meeting of tho
officers of the AiniPxntion..Club at
headquarters this alternoon at i
o'clock. Thero is consideiablo
business ot an unfinished nature
to bo transacted, and several new
matters will bo brought up for
William Henry, tho wide awako
president of tho Kanooho Annex
ation Club, is iu tho city today
and has been invited to partici
pato in the meeting of officers this
afteruoon. Ho is making nrraugo
monts for a grand rally of his
olub next full moon and is en
deavoring to got threo or four
good BpenkoiH to go over lor tho
occasion. Mr. Thurston will bo
one, but the others had not boon
decided on. Ex cutivo officer 0.
A. Brown, G. W. It. King aud
several others havo agreed
to bo of tho party.
Among somo of tho mooted
projects which aro to como bolore
tho officors of tho Club in tho near
futuro is tho appointment of n
resident ngtnt of the Club at San
Francisco. It is proposed to car
ry tho war into Africa by pntting
a man on tho Const whoso busi
ness shull bo tho refutation or
correction and nnBworing of news
papor articles opposing annexa
tion. JumciAtcY jorriNtis.
natter for I'briirj Trrni-Oplimi
Appeal pnpors and returns on
Bummoiis aro piling into tho
Clork'o office for the February
An nnswer of liboleo in tho
Dimoud divorce enso has been
transmitted from San Frnuoisco
by her nttomoy, 0. W. Ashford,
who has roquostod Thurston ifc
Stanley to not us local counsel.
Judge Carter has ordered that
letters ot ancillary administration
on tho cstato of Anna M. Arm
strong issue to A.Z. Had ley under
$750 bond. Thurston ,fc Stanloy
J. A. Magoon, administrator,
vs. Ah Mi, assumpsit, is before
Judge Carter this afternoon. Kin
ney Sc Ballon for plaintiff; Thurs
ton A Stanloy for defendant. Tho
opium liconso of 1880 comcB up
in tho case.
Wildor's Steamship Company's
libel of tho brignntiuo Lurliuo for
!5000, salvogo, is boing heard by
Judgo Porry. Kiunoy fe Bnllnu
for libollnut; Hnrtwoll forlibolleo.
Mi C. L. Hartwoll relumed
on yoiilerday'ti stcamor.
DEATH OF AN OLD-TIMER
oTiii:it i.ri.i,i.tui:. i: ino.n the
Afli:TTIW.N Ml' l.IIAIKA.
Pr.iKri'M .in Nu ltMnl-lrNiii n
U'IiIh KiIiIiiiiIv In. hi Millet;'
Tho niountniii load botweon
Lahaina aud Wailuku, attor a
long period of rest, is again re
ceiving attention. A gentleman
when asked the other day if tho
mountain road was being worked
nnd progressing favorably, said,
"Woll,l really do believe that thero
is a rumor to that effect." Wo
nro glad to say, however, that tho
rumor is founded ou fact this time.
Prison labor is being-utilized nud
tho work advances ou both sides
of tho line. Boforo the former
Maui sheriff left ho instituted n
"portable jail," n big stiong box
on wheels about 7 foot wido and
30 feet long. These are ueel hcra
and by their means the prisoners
may be taken to any distance iu
tho district fiom tho regulur
Shorifi" Ualdwiu canio over tlio
other day to view tho road nnd at
tond to other business. The telo
phono company have had con
siderable annoyance tlnoimh
some miscreant cutting their lines.
Society',, lattnt additions havo
been Mrs. M Kopke and family,
also Mr. Tom lludling, who re
turned lately from Nal.ml.ifis
Friendly Islands. He returns ou
the next Mouowni with his wife.
Fever und I bronchitis linv. been
prevalent in town for some days
ast aud the doctor has bis bauds
full. This epidemic is due to the
recent rains aud the consequent
dampness of atmosphere.
Adam Koukati, a lespectod Ha
waiian and one of tho old-liuiers,
pased nwny lust Friday. 11. was
l7 oars old and up to lii-deith
au active old man. Mr. Kaukau
represented tho district ot Knaim
pali in tho old llnwniian Legisla
ture ju 1872-7L Ho was piec.ut
at Kalakaua's election io the
throne and ligurod in the di turli
anco which thou took place. Iu
1877 he was tax assessor for tho
district of Makawao and 'later ou
Molokai. Mr. Kaukau had also
sorved as deputy BhorilTof Kaann
pali, uutil tho office was abolished
somo years ago.
Lahaina has boon a week with
out a mail from Honolulu, a most
uucominou occurrouco with m.
Lahaina stands first iu tho mattnr
of fiequent communication with
Honolulu. Not long ago a geullo
inan forwarded a lottor to Hono
lulu by tho moruing steamor and
recoivod an answer that ovening
by tho Claudiue. How's that V
WliHt Wo Itny.
Tho exports from tho United,
States to tho Hawaiian Islands
during tho year ending June 30,
1895, amounted to $3,723,057, dur
ing the year ending Juno 30, 1890,
thonmouut was 3,985,707. Tho
exports included animals, books,
breud aud breadslulfs, onrrinp,08,
chemicals, cotton, fish, llax, ferti
lizurs, fruit and nuts, glnss aud
glassware, gunpowder and explo
sives, indiarnliber manufactured,
iron aud steel, manufactures of
gold and silver, leathor, boots and
shoes, lime nud cemont, malt li
quors, oils, paints and colors,
papor, provisions, bacon, ham,
beof corned, butter, cheese, lard
Iliiultur Out I'hree .HoiiOm.
Aloxandor Dunbar, Jr., well
known iu Hawaii iu connection
with u fraudulent directory
scheme, was recoully convicted by
Judgo Lon in San Francioco of
obtniuing money by fnlsely repie
sonting himself an agent of tho
Press Club and sentenced to tiren
months in tho County Jail.
Dunbar's uttoruoy gavo notice
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