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Vol. V. No. 920.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1898.
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K In theskln to become more
active, , making the hair
soft and glossy, precisely
IgSi ss nature intended.
It cleanses the scalp
from dandrnuTand thus re
moves one of tho great
causes of baldness.
It makes a better cir
culation in the scab and
stops the hair from coming out.
It prevents ni
If arts feiMiess.
AVer's Hair Vigor will surely make hair
grow on bald heads, provided only thero is
any life remaining in the hair bulbs.
It restores color to gray or white hair. It
does not do this in a moment, as will a hair
dye; but in a short time tho gray color of
ago gradually disappears and the darker color
of youth takes its place.
Dr. J. C. Ann &. Co., Lowell, Man., V. S. A.
Aiirtinn Sales by Jus. F. Morgan.
Household - Furniture
On TUESDAY, Muy 21th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tliu Iteilileuce of N. F. IlurgeHs,
I'liiu-litiowl street, opposite Queen's
Hospital, I will ell lit 1'uliliu Auc
tion, n't iic-Tiuit of removal, House
hold Kuniiture, comprising
Parlor Chairs and Rockers,
U. W. Bedroom Set,
B. "W. Wardrobe,
Hilling Table mill Chain),
lllue Flume Stove,
1 Fine Galvanio Battery,
Typewriter, Foreign und Do
mestic Plants, 1 Brake, 1
lluckhourd, 1 Phuetou, Etc.,
ICte , Etc.
r VS F. MORGAN,
DECORATION FOR VISITORS
To the Business Firms, Residents and
Tho ISxecutlvo Committee of tho
Com.ultlee of One luudred to give
the IIiivh in liluo u welcome to Hono
lulu rMuet a full display of all Am
urliMn Flags anil Hunting on the
Hull ling und Streets of Honolulu, al
80 tliu Shipping In Hniiolu u hurbor
during the stay of the troops in our
Tor H I. UAIjDWIN,
Cli lirman of Executive Committee.
JA A. KENNEDY,
Jliiiiohilu, Muy II). l)20-3t
Ni ilco U hereby given thnt, be
twc. n tliu hours of 0 u. in. ami U p. in.
ubI. .tinur of the Inter-Islaii'I Steam
Nuvi 'itinn Company svill leave the
vli.nf at the foot of Fort street one
hulf hour after the live whistles are
blown announcing tho coming of tho
UiiIIihI States Troops.
AH members of tlio Reception Com
mittee, the General Committee, tho
Geo. V. DoLong I'ost, G. A. It., and
Oilleurs of tho N. a. II. aro requested
to liu on board promptly.
No steamer will leave during tho
Tins notice will hold good for each
of the Tioop Ships us thov may arrive.
J. H. FISHER,
Chairman Recoptlon Committee.
CITIZENS' GUARD NOTICE.
All rosldouts of Kalllil, Kwu of Ku
liieliuiiiulia Schools, who (loslro to Join
in completion of poriiunont organiza
tion of Squatl 0. Cltlzons' Guard, aro
invltml to meut at Kalihi-waona School,
lit 7: t() p. in, SATURDAY, May 21,
180S. FRITZ HOWARD,
Cnptniu pro torn.
Honolulu, Muy 20, 18118. 010-2t
RAILROAD WHARF DECISION
Findings of Fact and Conclusions of
Law in tbe Decision.
The Company Is Entitled to Proceed With
Condemnation Proceedings and Govern
ment Cannot Enjoin tbe Same.
The following aro tho findings
of fact and conclusions of law an
nexed lo Judge Stanley's decision
in tho railroad case, published
exclusively in the Bulletin yes
terday: 1. That tho laud covered by
Eoyal Patent 1879 was awarded
and convoyed to "William L. Leo;
first by Kekualoa tho party hold
ing tho award thereof; second by
Kamobaraoha III; and third by
the Hawaiian govemniont, for the
purposo and with tho intention
that the said William L. Loo and
his heirs and assigns should have
tho right to erect and use wharves
thereon with froe access to deep
water in Honolulu Harbor and
for the uso of shipping coming
into said harbor and that such
rights are appurtonant to said
2. That all of said land beforo
known a the Youmans property
lies under high water mark and
most of it under low water mark,
and extends well out into Hono
3. I hat that portion of said
Und now ownod by tho Oahu
Railway and Lund Company uu
d-r deed from tho widow of W. L.
Leo is bnun led on tho side Dour
est Honolulu Harbor by the pro
tection wall so called, which was
orected by the government some
time between tho years 1840 and
1850 to prevent silt and mud from
Nuuanu stream from goiug into
4. Thnt in or about the year
185G or 57 tho water at the side
of siid laud nearest Honolulu
harbor at some point thereof
showed a depth of hoiuh eight feet
and that for somo years prior to
the erection of suid protection wall
the harbor had been mado notice
ably shallower by the silt ami
mud from Nuuanu stream.
5. That the land aforesaid was
acquired by tho said W. L. Leo
from tho Hawaiian Government
and Kamohamoha III for a valu
able consideration, to wit, the pay
ment of $300 to the awardee, S800
to tho King, and 3300 to tho Ha
G. That several years prior to
tho granting of said patent, the
patentee had sought ineffectually
from the Privy Council tho acqui
sition of wharf land in Honolulu
harbor. That the Privy Council
votod tho granting of tho ltyal
Patent in question to tbe said Loo
on tho 5th day of March, 1855
That for Borne years prior to tho
action of the Privy Council lost
named tho Hawaiian government
had disposed of wharf priviloues
in Honolulu harbor to private in
dividuals, and particularly on tho
30th day of May, 1818, voted tho
wharf lot to L. Gravier shown on
tho maps made exhibits horoin
within Kaakaukukui and that
said land is named in tho voto
aforesaid of tho Privy Council as
A Bike Smashed
. TAKE IT TO ,
The Honolulu Cyclery
231 King Street.
A sound job of ltopaira guaranteed.
Parts and Sundries for ANY WHEEL
in Honolulu In stack or mado toordor.
JJoltor in It to have a good old inaehlne
ropalred than to buy a cheap now one.
7. That said land toL. Gravier
was actually used for wharf pur
poses and when lately acquired by
the Hawaiian government had the
remains of a small wharf thoroon.
That on Kaakaukukui as indi
cated on tho maps aforesaid, and
on a lino with said protection wall,
an old wharf somo fifty foet in
length has stood for many yoare,
ownod by tho Bishop estato and
thoso under whom thoy claim, and
recently acquired by the Hawai
ian government by condemnation
8. That the grant to L. Gra
vier of tho wharf land aforesaid
contains no referenco to wharf or
harbor privileges nor do its metes
and bounds contain any bucu re
ference, the description being
similar in thai respect to the
motes and bounds of the Eoyal
Patent to W. L. Leo.
9. That the govornmont has
erected no structures and that no
structures now oxist botweon that
portion of tho Youmans proporty
fronting on said protection wnll
and deep wator in Honolulu Har
bor. 10. That small craft, to wit,
canoes and foreign mado boats at
the time of the acquisition of tho
Youmaiu property aforesaid ly
said Leo, and piior and later to
tho date aforesaid, under and with
the consent of tho owners for tho
timo being thereof, have been ac
customed to go botweon deep
water in Honolulu Harbor and
this land, and have been accus
tomed to anchor in tho waters
upon the said land, and that cer
tain mud bauks or spitB havo been
used during said periods for haul
ing cutioes und boats th reon and
that thepo riubts have beon prac
tised for fully a half century and
are still practised aud enjoyed.
11. It ii not npparout from the
ovidenuo that tbo land in contro
versy is to bo put by tho govern
ment to Homo public use or that
it is uocessary for tho government
to havo tho land in question for
12. That the government has
undisputed ownership aud pos
nebsion of lands in and around
Honolulu Harbor practicable both
from a financial aud an engineer
ing standpoint to mak' additional
wharf frontage of3180fcoi,tbo pre
sent wharf frontage of Honolulu
Harbor boing 38G0 feet.
13. That tho lands aforesaid of
tho government out of which it i
practicable to mako additional
wharf frontago are as follows:
Land to seaward of tho Bishop
Estate proporty, i. o., tho Marino
Railway proporty 1000 feet; land
betwoou said Bishop Estato pro
perty and tho Pacific Mail wharf
1880 feot; slip inland through tho
Waikiki end of the Pacific Mail
dock, GOO feet.
14. That tho Bishop Estato
owns laud upon tho Harbor of
Honolulu, which includes the
Marino ltailway Plant, which out
side of said Marino Railway Plant
and without interfering with the
same, would furnish an additional
deep wator whaif frontago of
1140 feet, and that the making o'
such wharves is praoticablo both
from a financial aud an engineer
15. That the Youraans Estato
property still owned by the heirs
will givo an additional wharf
frontago of 1500 feet, and that
such wharf frontage is practicable
both from a financial and on
1G. That tho Sumner proporty
extending from the cattle pen on
tho west side of the Harbor down
to Sumner Island and thonco
across to tho lighthouso is capablo
of furnishing 8200 foot of addi
tional wharf room for Honolulu
Harbor and that tho making of
all such wharves out of said pro
porty is praoticablo both from
financial and engineering stand
points, and also that tho Hawaiian
Government olaimB to own tho foo
of all of said Sumner Island.
17. That according to tho un
disputed testimony 1200 foot of
now wharf will probably supply
Eresont needs of Honolulu Har
or for wharf extension for some
four or five yoars to come, and
Continued on Fourth Page.
THREE THOUSAND SECURED
Executive Committee Calls a Halt on
Too Profuse Outlay."
No Intoxicating Drink to Be Served the
Soldiers What the Ladles are
The hookupu proposal of tho
ladies for rccoiviug tho boys in
blue refers to tho contingency of
their not boing allowed to como
A picnio on the Exocntivo build
ing groundtt is the game if the
mon como off ship.
As to floral tributos, baakots of
flowers will bo presented to tho
officers of the expedition. For the
commander, General Morriam, it
will be an American flag of truo
colors dnno in flowors.
Mis. Hutchinson, with her sis
ters tho Misses Afong, assisted by
a squad sent by Captain Nichols
from the U. S. S. Bonnington,
were already at work yesterday
decorating tho Drill Shed.
Whon the Bulletin wont to
press yesterday the ladies did not
havo all thoir committees filled.
Such as were complete then wero
published, the others left blank
after uamos f chairmen.
Furthor allotments are as fol
lows: Commissary Mrs A Fullor,
Mrs Winterhalt-r, Mrs J M Oat,
Mrs Cralibe, Mis S E Oilman,
Mrs J A Oilman, Mrs Kouako,
Mrs Huraphroyn, Mrs Waity, M
Morgan, Mr Drew, Mms Drew,
MrB E A Jonis, Mrs Thrum, Mre
G It Carter, Mins Gray, Mrs Paty,
Mrs Lderer, Mrs Murphy,
Miss Alexander, Mrs Woodward,
Mrs Laws, Mrt Lyle, Mrs Lewis,
Mrs McStocker, MrsO B Wood.
Flowors Mrs Tonney, Mrs
Hockley, Mrs I Brown, Mrs Noo
n in, Miits E Davidson, Mrs A
Brown, Mrs .G Herbert, Mrs
Wight, Mr E Low, -Mi"8 Daniels,
Mrs Ena, Miss M Damon, Miss N
Kitchen, MrB G Wilder, Mrs H
Guun, Mrs 0 L Carter, Mrs Olar
An Executivo committeo meot
ing was held at 11 o'clock today.
Prof. Ilichards offered tho band
and gleo club of Eamehamoha
J. J. Williams will present tho
officers of the expedition with
photographs of Hawaiian viows.
Chairman J. B. Atherton of the
Finance committeo reported $3000
in sight. In answer to a query
as to what would bo done with the
money in caso the soldiers don't
como, bo suggoeted that it would
come in handy for tho Fourth of
Prof. Maxwell roported that tho
ladies would havo overything in
readiness so far as their part was
Resolved, that all bills bo paid
by the Fiuanco committeo on tho
O. K. of the committees incurring
Moved by Senator McCandless,
seconded by Mr. Atherton, and
carciod unauimously, that no in
toxicating liquor of any kind bo
furniwhod the soldiers. Senator
Baldwin, in supporting tho motion,
Royal matte tbe food pure,
wbolctomo and dcllcleas.
kwm mum rowoca co., hw mm.
said ConBul-Gonoral Haywood
had suggested tho saloons ought
to bo closod.
Mr. Dillingham thought the
suggestion, coming from tho
quartor it did, ought to bo adopt
ed by tho Government.
Mr. Atherton urged that tho
National Guard officers should not
treat the Manila expedition officers
with intoxicants. Officers as well
as privates might take too much,
and it would place tho community
in bad odor if an officer wero seen
going on board a transport under
the influence of liquor.
Chairman Geo. W. Smith sug
gested, and it was ordered, that
copies of the resolution bo fur
nished the chairmen of commit
tees, the American Minister and
It was resolvod that tho chair
man hold tho various committees
in chock regarding expenditures.
Andrew Brown had told the meet
ing that tho Commissary had beon
cooking victuals all night.
Adjourned till call of tho chair.
Mr. C. U. Wllion Dend.
Charles B. Wilson has the sym
pathy of tho community in his
wifo's sudden death. Sho died at
7:30 this morning. Although for
some time sufforing from heart
troublo, tho end so soon was not
expected. Mrs. Wilson's maiden
namo was Evolyn Townsond. Her
father was au actor, who wont
hence to Victoria and died. Her
mother is a Hawaiian who is living
in Honolulu. Mrs. Wilsou was n
moBt amiablo aud in every way
estimable a woman. Sho was a
lady iu watiug to Queoti Liliuo
kalaui, having been her friend
from childhood. Besidos her hus
band sho loaves an only son, John
II. Wilson, tho young civil ougi
n or. Ed. A. Willi uns, under
taker, has charge of tho funeral,
which will tako place from tho
family residonco, Piikoi nud
Young streets, at 3 o'oclock to
Han FratieUco i:nu Inrer.
Walter J. Brodie, of tho Union
Iron Woilcs, San Fraucisco, is a
through passenger in tho China.
Ho has been inspecting the build
ing of two Japanese men-of-war
at present in courso of construc
tion in Yokohama. Ho says these
boats aro boing built by the
Japanese, and that the people
havo begun tho manufacture of
mechanical tools, but as yot they
aro of poor workmanship aud
finish. This morning ho inspect
ed tho shops at Kamohameha
school und was much impressed
with tbo work that ho saw there.
Mr. Brodie was very much sur
prised when shown tho ongino at
tbe school mado by tbo Honolulu
llurjilfir After Money,
A midnight prowler visited tho
stores of Allen & Robinson, L. B.
Kerr and J. F. Morgan last night.
Bt-sides doing somo slight damage
to tho windows iu gaining an en
trauco tho thief tossed the con
tents of desk drawor about and
mixed up papers and letters.
Nothing of vtiluo was tukmi nud
the marandor had his trouble for
TIioho breaches taken with the
Postoffice ontry tho other night
indii'uto that thero is a burglar at
largo who is exclusively after
China I'uliitlnir Uxlilbldon.
Miss Alice F. Horriok will moet
tho ladies who aro to join her
painting classes on Monday next
at 10:30 a. m. at Y, M. O. A. Miss
Herrick's exhibition will bo opon
tomorrow morning to any who
may wish to visit tho studio.
Mechanics' Homo, oorner Hotel
and' Nuuanu stroets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents por night. $1, and
1.25 nor week.
Ordors solicited for special
monu or dinnor cards, done in
wator colors or oils. King Bros.,
GRAND STEAMERS COMING
To Be Placed on Route Between Canada
Interesting Talk by Vancouver Shipping Factor
Has a Great Opinion of Honolulu
On Troops Reception.
Capt. O. Gardinor Johnson, the
Bonior member of tho firm of
Johnson & Buinett, Vancouver,
British Columbia, arrived with
Mrs. Johnson in the steamer Capo
Otway. Tho firm named repre
sents Dodwoll, Carlill & Co., of
Hongkong and Tacouia, nlso Yo
kohama and Shaughai, owners of
tho steamers Pakehun, City of
Soattlo, Cleveland aud Rosalie,
now in tho Klondike trade, also
tho local steamer Ocean Wave
running between Tacoma and
Vancouver. Johusou cfc Burnett
aro besides shipping notaries
publio for tho Canadian
Pacific Ra lway, boing in
close touch with that vnst concorn
and working for it in Vancouver.
Capt. Johnson was met by a
Bulletin reporter at tho Hawai
ian Hotol this morning. In reply
to a question he Baid he was not hero
on steamship or mercantile busi
ness, but solely 'or r. stand re
cuperation after a hard toasmi of
office work. Ho was aked about
tho rumors regarding tho steam
ship route botweon llritisb Colum
bia and Austtalia. Iu reply ho
gavo an intorostiug talk.
"oirlMlwm Dawes," said Capt
Johnson, ''is head of tbo Biitish
India Steamship' Co , one of tho
largest steamship coucorus iu tho
world, also has the controlling
interest iu the New Zealand
Shipping Co Just bofore I . arao
hero his representative, Mr. King,
visited Vancouver to look over
shipping matters aud to see the
Canadian Pueific Railway officials.
What arraugemouts wero mado
botweon them nobody knows as
"But without a doubt, with tho
O. P. R. and Sir Edwin Dawes
combined, you will havo a uiBgni
ficont steamship liuo hero. Every
body in Vancouver is sorry to see
Mr. Huddart in straits, and hopes
ho will como out all right. How
ever, tho Tartar and Athenian, two
large steamships of tho Iudia
compauy, had arrived beforo I
came away. They are over 3000
tons aud havo beon put in the
Klondike trade. The Tartar and
Athenian are much largor and
bettor than the Miowora and War
rimoo. They are mora like the
stylo of tho Aorangi Tho only
fault with the Aorangi is in tho
ongine room, but I understand
sho is making good time now.
"It has not beon decided to put
tho 'Empress' steamers on tho
Australian routo. I think that
ovontually thoy will be put thoro,
but before it is dnno the company
will have to build equally fine
steamers to take their place on
tho China rout. If tho 'Em
press' boatr do not como on hero.
SirE'lwin Dawis will find equally
fino steamers to run this way.
Continued on Klghth I'lie.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pare drape Crtam of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
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