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HONOLULU, H. I., THUIISDAY, OCTOBER- 0, 1898.
Pjuob 5 Gents.
IN CENTRAL UNION CHURCH
Marriage of Hr. Sayres and Miss
West Yesterday Evening.
r' y Fine Scheme of Decorations The Wedding
Party -Some of the People The
, Miss Lidio Margaret West was
"" married to Mr. St. Clair Bailoy
Savres in Coutral Union church
Decorations woro very effective.
The outiro front of the organ loft
was draped with a mantle of vines
and ferns, tbo gtoen being pro
fusely spangled with aster blos
' souls. From ouo end of the rail
nbovo roso n bunch of ferns hold
ing calla lilies. Spider webs in
, viucs crossed the loft and mot in a
wreath studded with roses on the
middlo of thu organ front. Lilies
set in a bunch uf ferns formed tbo
middle piece on the front of tbo
platform, and on either side were
palms and banana plants.
Messrs. 0. II. Pairor of Hjlo
and Fred Angus of Honolulu were
the ushers. A largo assembly of
invited friends was disposed in
the pews before the stated hour of
S:30. Immediate friends of the
bride at the front woro Mrs. John
JV1. AugUB, Mrs. Poraroy, Mrs. O.I3,
Reynolds, Mrs. F. Love, Miss Stel
la Lovo, Mr. V. A. Lovo and
MissSayres of Soattlo, sister of tho
Amoug people noticed in the
church woro Mrs. H. 0. Sloggott,
Mrs. Humbert;, tbo Misses Gur-
ney, Mrs. aud Miss Woir, Chief
Justice and Mrs. Judd, Rov. Dr.
Bingham, Rev. Mr. Morgan, Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. W. Hall, Dr. and
Mrs. J. M. WhitneyMr. and Mrs.
H. A. Parinoloo, Mrs. T. J. King,
tho Missos King, Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Williams, Mrs. J. Mort
Oat, Mrs. Ingalls, Mr. and Mrs. J
i M. McChcsnoy, Captain and Mrs.
Soulo, Mr. and Mr. Bonner, Mrs.
McCully Biggins, Judgo Perry,
tho Missos Porry, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Harris, Dr. 0. T. Rodgors,
Messrs. J. B. Athorton, J. Q.
Wood and Quy Goro.
Tho brido ontored loaning on
tho arm of Mr. 0. B. Reynolds,
who gavo her away at tho proper
stago. She looked beautiful in a
gown of whito satin with lace
work bust, huving tho regular veil
gat'-ored in a cluster of lilios of
tbo volley, and sbo carried a bou
quet of whito roses. Miss Rey
nolds tbo bridesmaid was dressed
in white orgauclio with yellow
trimmings aud carriod poppies to
match. Tho groom nwaiied tho
brido at tho front, ot'ouded by
Mr. Jos. W. Bergstrom, nis best
As tho bridal patty eu'ored Pro
. fessor Ingall-i played tho bridal
chorus from "Lobcngtiu" on the
organ. Then, whil Uv. W. M.
Kiucaid impressively solmniz
ed tho Ufa contract, tho
organist softly played an
andante by Jensen, and, as.the
party rotirod from the church,
Mondolssohu's wedding march.
Mr. and Mrs. Sayres havo tho
best wishes o-f largo circles of
friends for tho happiest of wedded
lives. They take up thoir aboda
in tho rosidenco at Berotania and
MANIAC AND HIS ROCK
The session of tho Stock Ex.
change this morning was a short
one. No soles were mado and
nono reported from tho streot.
With but two exceptions tho quo
tations were tfio somo aB yealor
day. Today $95 was asked for
Oofcala and $390 for Pioneor Mill
Co. E. 0. Macfarlono recoivod
on order from a San Francisco
cliont for several largo blocks of
stook which wero not listed, and
after some discussion as to tho
advisability of listing tho stocks,
tho matter was referred to tbo
Listing Committee for action.
Dr. Herbert Assaulted on the Public
" Adolph Ton Llebenroth " Demands Lives ol
Several Hen Will Go to Insane
Asjlum for Good Today.
"Adolph von Liebenroth,"known
in Honolulu as simply Liebonroth,
will go to the Insano Asylum for
good today. From a harmless fel
low with a few hallucinations he
has devoloped into a lunatic seek
ing tho lives of some of Honolulu's
Liebenroth has been at the in
sane asylum off and on for a cou-
plo of years past, l'or sovoral
months past he has been a free
man, making his homo in a cot
tago near tho insane asylum. All
this time ho has been seeking for
omploymont, but on account of
Ins nightly actions was not kept
long in any position. This has
weighed vory heavily on his mind
as ho himsolf admits.
Yesterday afternoon, Liobon
roth, knowing it was about time
for Dr. Herbort to go by on his
way to tho hospital, hid himself
in a secluded placo noar tho in
sano aBylum. As Dr. Herbert
drove up in his carnage, Liebon
roth jumped from his hiding
placo and throw a largo sized rock
directly at tho physician. Luckily
tbo rock struck tho sido of tho car
riago and fiew into pieces as lavo
rook will do.
Dr. Herbort roportod tho matter
and, in a little while, Liebenroth
was safo in tho police station. A
h'ttor addressed to Mrs. A.
von Liebenroth, Now York City
was found on his porson and, ou
closod, wero sovoral poetical olTu
sions. At tho bottom of ono of
these, writton in a roligious
strain, whs the following:
"The man who culls himself 0.
"Goo. P. Castlo and tho nophow,
"Asked this morning as to tbo
truth of his intentions in regard
to tho names of tho men writton,
Liobonroth answered aB follows:
"Yes, thoao men are my eno
mies and I will 'do them up'
log.timatoly or otherwise, but I
will do them up. It is nono of
your business why I want to do
away with them. As I told you,
they aro my enemies. A man
may havo onemies and dealings
with them wbiob cannot be ex
plained. You know that.
"I throw tho rock at Dr. Her
bort to insult him. It was my
expectation that ho would get out
and fight, but you soo, all tho
men I huvo named are cowards
and will not fif;ht. If they would
only meet mo I would show thorn
tho man I am.
"I havo boon looking for work
and cannot find anything. This
has worried mo considerably. I
have nothing more to say."
If you want a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a careful drivor ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 319,
and wo guaranteo yoa will bo
MUST TAKE THEIR MONEY
Royal makes the loo J pure,
, wholesome and dllcU.
ROVH BAttftta POWWH CO.. NfW VOK.
Marshal Brown Talks About His New
If Officers Can't Be Trusted by Merchants
the Department Does Not Need Them
Ruling to Be Enforced.
Tho recont ordor of Marshal
Brown requiring that members of
tho polico department shall not
assign their salary warrants has
created lio littlo comment among
collectors, merchants and mem
bors of tho forco.
Tho manager of tho Hawaiian
Morcantito Agency interviewed
tho Marshal on tho matter this
morning and got a straight talk.
Marshal Brown said: "I know
that tbo otbor departments have
not mado any such ruling.
I do not intend to havo men in ray
department who do not pay their
"If thoro aro mon undor me
from the highest to tho Iowost who
cannot bo trusted to personally
receive tho money coming to them
on account of salaries, they are
not mon 1 can trust and should
not bo in tho dopartmont. I don't
attempt to say what tho mon shall
do with their money aftor thoy got
it, hut I do maintain that a mun
to stay hero must receivo his own
money. Tho man who brooks tho
rulo will bo dismissed forthwith.
"It makes no differenco how
many men havo boen in
tbo habit of assigning their
salary warrantB. I don't intond
to havo it said that tbo polico
forco is mado up of dead beats.
Thora oro six applicants for ovory
position on the force, and if any
of tho mombors want to withdraw
thoro will bo no troublo in filling
"If tbo morchanta ondcollootors
can't dopond on my otlicors to pay
thoir bills when thoy say thoy
will, thoro's no reason why I
should dopond them to do thoir
duty as polico. Furthormoro 1
do not intond that tho Polico do
partmont shall bo hold responsi
ble oithor directly or indirectly
for thodobts of any man. So far
us fiuances aro concerned tho col
lector and tbo merchant must do
pend on tho man ho iB .dealing
with. This dopartmont will not
stand as financial sponsor. Tho
mon will got thoir money porson
ally or not at all, and tbat's tho
end of it."
ARE FRESH FROM AUSTRIA
Arrival of H. F. Glade With 365
Nawa via Jnimn, .
The Honolulu Govornmont has,
in co-operation with a syndicato
of planters and morohants, recent
ly organized a pigeon-post sorvice
botwpeu tho oight largest islands of
tho S,"idwich Archipelago. Com
munication had boon irregular
borotoforo, voseols not always be
ing ablo to roach tho islands. Sev
eral hundred birds hovo bpon
trained nnd tho attempt to ostab
lish a dailv niaoon.nnHt Una linn
attended with success. The timet
distant of tho outlaying posts is
250 milos. Japan Mail Summary.
Tho ohoruB of Hawaiiau singors
has had a good start and Mr.Thoo.
Richards is vory onthusiastio as to
tho outlook. Ho Bays ho hus met
with no Snor quality of voico aiiy
Quito a number of tho young
Hawaiiana who bad beon apprisod
of tho movomont, woro present in
Arion Hall Monday night and ono
song was givon with ontiro suc
cess. Tuesday night of each week
has beon"sot apart for praotiso.
A committeo consisting of J. K.
Kabookano, W. J. Coolho anil
Ibooo Harbottlo wob ohoson to re
port on names for permanont offi
cors aud to fix tho amount each
membor is to ptty. This will bo
AriOn linll linn linnn nlmann no
l -- ww. uuwqUU HO
From Province of Gallcla Will Work on
Plantations Here Three Deaths
and Three Births.
Tho German ship H. F. Glado,
Haosloop master, arrivod in port
aud anchored in tbo stream this
afternoon, after a trip of 138 days
from Bremen, Germany, with 3C5
immigrants for plantations on
thoso Islands, as woll as 1000 tons
of general merchandise, consist
ing mostly of maobinory, for this
port. Sho had an unovontful trip
with tho 6xcoption of a fow days
Tbo 11. F. Glado brings to HoT
nolulu tho number of immigrants
montjoned above who aro all con
tract laborers from the nrovineo
of Galicio in Austria. Thoy will
be sout to their respective destina
tious in a fow days or when every
thing regarding thoir future work
has been arranged by H. Haokfold
& Co , tbo aout.
The Galiciaus aro a healthy
looking set of pooplo who oro emi
nently fit for plantation work on
these Islands. On tbo voyage
ovor ono woman and two childron
died, while thnro woro throo birtliB.
Thus it is that tbo number of souls
aboard is' the same as whon tbo
immigrants sailed from Bremen.
510 K 13 piioom:ss.
COMMANDER TANNER'S NOTE
Informing the Government of Naval Re
quirements on Harbor Front.
One to Be Appointed for Hilo and One
a Temporary Inconvenience to Commerce
the Occupation Will BeneOt the City
Removal of Pilot House.
TWO NEW HARBOR MASTERS
Hearing Set by Executive Council for Discussion
of Additional Restrictions in Retail
ICxiiaiulon of m Already I.arifB ami
A short tinfe Binco tho Bulletin
doscrlbedat lbntu some of tbo in
teresting footuros of that great in
dustrial onterpriso, tho Honolulu
Carriogo Manufactory, "W. W.
Wright, proprietor. Largo as this
firm is, it is constantly advancing
and oxtonding its plant. It is now
enlarging tho harness dopartmont.
Tbo apartmonts formerly occu
pied by J.T.Luna, on Fort Btreot,
havo beon Booured. Thoy aro bo
iug rouovatod and painted. Largo
glass cases aro being put in for
tho proper display of hand-mada
harnossos manufactured by tbo
concern. Whon all tho improve
ments aro mado thoy will add
groatly to tho attractivonoss of the
J. T. Wright is manager of tho
Manufactory which is worthy of
inspection by all.
H. H. Mogul In Port.
Tho 8. S. Mogul, 0. H. Butler
commander, arrived in port and
anchored in tho stream at about
11 n. m. today aftor a trip of 12
days from Yokohama.
Tbo Mogul has C01 Japanese
aboard and a cargo of 500 tons.
It is not prohablo that sho will got
away beforo tomorrow night.
Tho Mogul had a pleasant trip
from Yokohama. Thoro is no
sibknoss amoug tho immigrants.
fn. n:- i. nr..i
-luu uiuuuia ui iuu iiiuyui mij lid
follows: 0. H. Butler. Contain:
W. E, Norman, 1st oflicor; J.
Thompson, 2d officer; H. McCou-
nell, 3d ollicor; li. K WhiBtlor,
purser; Goo. Wolls, chief en
gineer; Dr. J. H, Rosenberg, sur-goon.
Tho following letter from Com
mander Tanner to Minister King
has beon laid boforo the Executive
Council. It givos explicit details
of what has already beeu publish
ed, in moro or le-s general terms,
regarding the requirements of land
and water by tho Honolulu harbor
Consulato Gonoral of tho United
States of Amorica.
Honolulu, H. I., October -1th,
HONOKADLE J. A. KlNd,
Minister of tho Interior,
Silt: Referring to our confer
ence on tho 3rd iust., I beg loavo
to say that in obodienco to an
ordor of tbo Uonorablo Seoretary
of tho Navy, I havo carefully ex
amined tbo ovailoblo facilities
afforded for tho establishment of
a naval coaling station in the
harbor of Honolulu, aud, in com
pliance with your request, I have
tho honor to inform you that tho
following uamed lauds and water
front will bo requirod:
1st: Thu watyr front lying bo
tweou tbo Bishop Estato nnd tho
lino of Ricbaids street including
tbo Bite of prospective wharves,
slips, and their approaches.
2nd: Tho blocks of land em
bracing lots No. 8G to 91, 100 to
131, including Mililani streot to
tbo intersection of Halokauwila
street; and tho Govornmont water
lots lying betweon tho Bishop
Estato and Punchbowl and Allen
It boing desirablo to concentrate
naval proporty as much as possi
ble, I shall rocommoud that lots
52, GG, G7 nnd G8, now occupiod by
the Navy, bo released as soon aB
thoy can bo spared.
Whilo I roolizo that tbo ocoupa
tion of tho designated propoity,
especially on tho wator front, will
result in temporary loss to tho
Hawaiian Govornmont, I feel con
fident that it will ultimately provo
of substantial bonofit to the City.
If ngroeblo to tho Hawaiian
Government I shall rocommond
thBt tho present Pilot Houso bo
removed to tho outer end of tho
proposed new wharf designated on
tho blue print as "Now Wharf."
It boing understood that it shall
remain at its present location un
til tho now wharf is completed.
That in constructing this portion
of tbo wharf tho somo facilities
for hoisting and lowering pilot
boats will bo provided.
Z. L. Tanner,
Commandor U. S. N.
Bailey's Honolulu Cycler?.
231 King Street.
Has been appoInteJ agent In the Hawaiian UUnJ
for the famous
Dlcvcle's well known (or their ability to sUnJ hard
They are LOW In price but HIGH In quality. They
have MORGAN & WRIGHTS DOUIiLE TUUB
TIRES, Hush Joints, Taubtr hangers, D Block chain
and every modern Improvement. Enamel and finish
equal to any. Hilly 'guaranteed as to material and
workmanship In every way equal to high priced ma
chines for hard work and wear Price spot cash$4o oo
ladles an J gentlemen's In stock.
-Hiuacis taxen 10 repair an punctures ana Keep
bike In good order at $1.00 per month,
Polico Court Note.
Tho following cases woro dis
posed of in tho Polico Courltbis
forenoon: E, Rioholla, vagrancy,
ono month; Ah Lin, chofa tiokots
in possession, $25 and costs; Car-
uauten, a soiuior, urunKonness, 93
and costs j Manuol Porry, loaviug
horso uutied in tho stroot, $5 nnd
costs; J. F. Coan, a soldier, refus
ing to oboy ordor of a polico ofli
cor, nollo prosequi ontored; Kau
bikoa. disturbing quiet of nicht,
SI nud costs; Robocca, larceny in
second uegroo, nono prosequi on
tored. Tim "Wninlnnlo arrived in Dort
this aftornoon aftor a rough trip
from Kauai. Olio Drougui no
freight and only a fow pasBongors.
Purser Christian reports ob fol
lows: "Sugar left in Waiinoa, 1000
bags and in iinnamauiu, auuu
Imrra TTnll at Hanamaulu dis
charging freight. Makoo weather
bound at tlauaraaniu. uouiu no
tnnlrn Innilinir fit KonOli Oil TUCB-
dov. Heavy southeast swell cros
sing tho channel, with vory strong
wiutl Qm tuo souuieasi.
At tho mooting of tho Executivo
Couucil this morning the report'
of IT. B. McStockor, Collector
General of Customs, upon his re
cont inspection of outposts on
Hawaii and Maui was considered.
Upon that official's recommenda
tion it was deoidod to appoint a
harbor master each for tho ports
of Hilo aud Kabului. No appoint
ments to tho now positions thus
crcntod havo as yot beon mado.
Tho Council did not proceod
with tho remaining licenses
authorized by law for tho sale of
light wines aud beer. It has to
deal just now with tho now ques
tions created by tbo imposing of
additional rodtnetions upon tho
ordinary liquor saloon t radio.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
whoso licences for tho Royal and
tbo Cosmopolitan saloons aro ex
pired, havo askod to be beard
about tbo additional restrictions
before tho blanks aro filled out
for renewal of thoso licenses.
This has been grunted and
tomorrow moruiug sot for
tbo hearing. The corporation
named will bo heard by counsel,
having engaged Messrs. Thuistou
and Uotuh for the purpose.
Besides tbo condition of having
no bcreans to iutorcopt a public
view of tho interior of the saloon,
it is also proposed to do away with
all cnlrnucca excepting doors
opening on main Btreots, and with
all rooms for the oalo of liquor
excepting the main barroom.
Boforo tho Council bad docided
on additional restrictions in tho
licenses, Chief Clerk Hassingor
had a now sot of blank forms
printed for tho approaching ro
newals of licenses. Another set
will uow havo to bo provided if it
bo finally decided that tho addi
tional conditions slinll bo ndopted.
Ill llerr Tlrki.1.
On SoptcmberlO, Nick Broham,
tbo hop boar man, Was robbed of
$70 and other valuable orticlos.
On Sunday a' Chinese hoy loft his
employ. Yosterday another Chi
neso boy appoarod at the shop
with two hop boor tickots. China
man seldom tradoat tbo placo and
suspicion was at onco aroused.
Tbo tiokots woro triced to tho re
cent employe. In his possession
was a purso tun hod boou stolen
from Brebom. An investigation
will bo hold today.
More to Follow.
Sovon hundred Hawaiian la-.
borers colloctod by tho Kumarao-
to, tho Morioka, tbo Hiroshima
and the Tokyo Immigration Com
panies leave Yokohama for Ho.
nolulu today. Two otbor batches
of 700 and oOO laborers will loavo
for Hawaii on the 23rd and iiin
25th instant respectively. Japan
Mail, Sopt 20.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Oold Mednl, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEAP.S T" STANDARDS