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'' if ! ! n'VUHl) V 4)t li - - --.V . 4 ' .--V'.-" T ": -. . i..ir.-- .t vol.. xx.. o. :;s:i. HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY. NO Y KM HElt J8'JL PJIXL'K: 0 CJCNTS. I 11 h i A It 3 Hi II I The Hawaiian Safe Deposit ANii IN VEST MEN T COM PA N Y 50 SHARES KAHUKli STOCK 50 iart UaHuiian Suur Cow a5 tfiiartv- People's icu iiock. rsyCh iiUl for Goverumeut Bouvls, all i?suf. C. BREWER & CO, LliUTED Qnven Street, Ilonolnln, H. I. AGENTS FOR Uawaiion Agricultural Co., Onomea Sasar Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Wailuka Sugar Co., Waihe Sugar Co., Makeo Sugar Co., Ilaleakala Ranch Co., Kapa pala Ranch. Pf.ntpra' Line San Francisco Packets. Chas. Urewer A Cos Line ot Boston Packets. Agents Boston Boani of Underwriters. Agents Philadelphia Board of Under writers. LIST OP OFFICEHS: P. C. Jojtes President Geo. II. Robestsox Manager E. F. Bbhop Tres. and Secy. Col. W. F. Att.n Auditor C. M. Cooks ) II. Watxkhocs .....Directors C. L. CaaTxa ) Castle & Cooke, LIFE AND FIRE AGKNT3 FOR NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL Life Insurance Company OK" BOSTON. Itna Fire Insurance Company OF HARTFORD. National Iron Works QUKKN" STKEET, 3rween Alatea and Richard Streets. TnK UNDERSIGNED ARE ?RE r.ai tn mal- all kinds of Iron. Brass, Bronze, Zinc and Iftd Castings; alfo a general Repair Shop for Steam Zngins, Rice Mills, Cora Mills, Water yfhln, Wind Mills, etc.; Machines for the cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oil Beans, Ramie, Sial, Pineapple Leaves and other fibrons plants ; also, Machines for Papr Stock, Machines for extracting Starch from Maniock, Arrow Root, etc. JT All orders promptly attended to. White, Eitman & Co. 3W-tf M. E. Grossman, D.D.vS. r lillJ mm The Hawaiian inveslment Co, M.lidil VILi H'ANi ON lieal Kstate and Personal Property STOCKS AX1 IH)N1)B Jlf you have Keal Khtuto tor Sulo wo can tind you a purchaaur. 2JGJli juii have Moused for lieiit vo can tind tenant. GESERiL REAL ESTATE AGLNTS 13 uil !." K4iuiuuu Street, Mutual Telfphoau tol. Near PiAotoilico. C. A. LONG, N O T A It V V U li Ij 1 O 13 Ivaahumatui st. Telephone 3Sll-tim C. If. Kim$Y, AKTUUll X12YXOLVS, AKCHITECTS. Okkick No'.v aft Deposit Building, Honolulu, H. 1. i'lana, pecxcations, ud Superintend I euce giveu tor evary ueonptiou of onild- tng. Old Buiiiixji 3ucee6tully remodelled and enlarged. Designs for interior Decorations. Maps or Mechanical irwxng, Tracing, and Blueprinting. 527Urwing3 for Book or Newspaper Ulnstration. New Goods A FINE ASOETME:ST. TILES FOR FLOORS ! And for Decorating Fnrvcees; AUmao of aii Kcrna, WING WO CHAN CO. 26311 He New Jewelry Store 503 Fort Street, ABB PREPARED TO Jf CTUR2 A2T7 THCfQ D TH2ia LINE. Souvenir Spoons'! a specialty. Also, on hand a fine stock of imported JEWELEY, stvsRYTirmo ix ma latest designs. j2SrIaland orders promptly attended to. P. O. BOX 237. MUTUAL TELEPHONE 4&. E. A. JACOBSON PIONKEK Steam Candy Factory and Bakery F. HORN, Prnetlrs! ConfrrtloTier and l?ker. NO. 71 HOTEL STREET. 3753-tf HUSTACE & CO.. WOOD AND COAL Also White and Black Pand -hich -we will sell at tho very lowent market ratOA, gS"B3LL TBLKPHO.f ft No. 414. fJMm;!- Tslbpkovb No. 411. THE Jferchants' Exchange Will :-receive by the Au?tralia thi morning A FRESH INVOfCK OF ENTERPRISE BEER ! ALSO- OYSTERS FOR COCKTAILS ! asos-tf The Daily Advertiper, 75 ceDtn n month Delirered by Carnerj Viavi Remedies. J l.UKt UA'H.H l.U.Us KVKKY 1 Saturday at !1 r. u , .t Vhui uilito, Kin elici t, hy Mlii. ('. i'allouay. W 1 1 .1 A A M 1 'O S' 1' Is I , Attorney at Law, KLMOVkU JO NO. 1- MtliCllAM b!ULkl. W Mutual IVh.huiui :ios-lm A. PERRY, ATTOIINKY AT l.AW Aul Notary 1'ulilio. i.itive : Over Biahop'd Bank. WILLIAM 0. PAKKL, ATTORNEY - AT - IAW tvu gn( to tV Aciuuvdovtgnituu Office No. 13 Kaahuiuanu titreel, lluiio- tutu, It. 1. II. R. HITCHCOCK, V A IK. LI!, O I IV ... ! iioiarv luumtrau uuurarv tircuu 11. 1., K ALU A A 11 A, MOLOKAI. MSIVJKiu HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., Cutlery and Glassware 307 Fort 8trt. 3575-1 V BEAVER SALOON, FOKT STKSKT, OPPOSITE WILDKR t CO.'S II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof fee, boda vater, dinger Ale or Milk. "OPEN PSOM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M. Smokers' Kecuisites a specialty. CITY -:- CARRIAGE -:- Corner Kins nd Bethel Streets. Carriages at all Hours ! CTBoth Telephones 113. 3713-tf J. S. ANDRADE, Manager. HONOLULU IRCH WORKS CO., Steam Srifp.iioss Boilers. Hagnr Mills, Cooler, Erau And machinery of every description made 10 oraer. Jr'articniar attention pal a to ships' blacksmithinz. Job work excated on the shortest notic. lewis & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers 111 FORT STREET, Telephone 20. P. O. ICox 297. LEWERS Cc COOKE, iSuccessors to Iewer3 & Dickson. Importers and Dealers in Lumber And all Kinds of Ilnilding Materials. NO. 83 FORT STRKKT, IIONOLI'LV JOHN T. WATZRHOUSE. Importer n3 Delr 1v GENERAL MBBOHAWDIfiB. ir xt it mirnvrv WHOLESALE GROCERS ASD DEAL5RS IN- Leather and Shoe Findings ffONOM'I.r. Ifonoluln Soap TTork Co., AufJtllO H..nolnn Turin y. CONSOIjTUATKD Soda Wafer Works Company, Limited Esplanade, Corner Allen and Fort Sts. HOLLLSTEll & CO., -i 3710 1f,.-S-lv Acrnta. H. HACKFELD a CO.. (foTieral (.i0niniipsi(iii Asrr-iit: Cor. Fort and Qnren Pts., Ilonolnln. RS. TRAY WOVLU ANKOONCI' lVJ that Pbe will attend a limited nnm her of patients. A Idrpfj at II. M Wbitr?7'fl, Kir.r et. ; Bell Televhortp 7'" THEY MADE A SUCCESS OE IT,' Thu Mikado's Hirthday Was Fit tingly Observed Here. V WA8 LIKE A HOLIDAY IN HONOLULU. Kcti(lutt lveti lly All. uiol Jlrti I ijil HlMUy 1'ruioiiit t.l l'cutlo At lciilt'l Aluaic aiil l)tt J'if nulk lUu Meeting Mlttl bit;i clti . Al'AN'ri solid aud tlaiigliterH tlnough out Hawaii entered with thorough bjiii it into thu cfclt-hratio)) of tho einjieroi'b lii Unlay. Tlio ooou hiou wud inude rat ticully a holiday in Honolulu and on many plantations. Local featiui'M of tho day wro u pro- cebhion in tliu morning, a reception ly Ir. uiul Mra. lujii at tho legation in the afternoon, and a nionbter meeting at tho Jleietania street urmory in the evening. Tho lire worku were nut off MRS. FUJI!. from in front of the X. G. H. drill shed. The Japanese are a quick, zestful people. Yet they are so hright that nothing is overlooked in their hurry. They seem to do things about like the pushing, rushing Americans. Only they are more rrtistic. They have more of an eye for the beautiful. A perfect day was vouched for tho observances. It was clear, with just enough breeze. Two bands were used by the different elements of the colony. Kvery place occupied by one of the race was decorated. They used the flag, lanterns and preens profusely. Japanese establishments seem to rad iate from Kamaukapili church. Small shops are numerous in that vicinity. The wholesale houses, agencies and big mercantile institutions down town are well known. There was evidently no prize up for decorations. The desire was simply to make a display that would meet all the proprieties. At one place on King street -there was a string of lanterns from a store to a building opposite. The reception at the legation was a very pretty affair. Greetings in .Jap nnesecharacters ornamented the walls. These were in blossoms aud the work was fine. The receiving party con sisted of Mr. ami Mrs. Fujii, assisted by Miss Castle, Miss Walker, Miss O.awa and a number of Japanese gen tlemen. Jtefieshmeuts were served in the opposite parlor ant! on the Iannis. In the smoking room tin gentlemen found special entertainment. There is a line 1-iwn in the rear of the Fujii premises. Hero wns given an exhibi tion of day fireworks. Flag', drasons, serpents, figures of men and women and many beautiful and unique designs were sent into the air. Manv of the guests promenaded about the lawn. A number of Japanese gentlemen were -:s. i" ,7.7 -s . '. m.H 4 always about to explain how tho mys terious aerial ellVcts were produced. On the lawn in front the Govern ment b'ind gave a concert. The ren dition of .lap-me-e air wu praised by oxl (Z s . ' -- ; v. v AVv v . ( 1 thoe fuiiiiliar Willi the mui-if. The r. fi. -linit-nlA liludil IjII lliU tubhaili- .i.ie It alii' l.iade u LuliqUet, and Wcie daintily at l Vt d. t-'jincul UJe cotiumis worn ly the J adits were very fctrikiijr. Mrs. I'ujii was a raeiuuj uii eliuiuiing htt-s. Mr. Fujii is a (rained society man as well as u .u peiior diplomat. Many joVemmel.it ortlcluL-, ail Hie reDl t.-eotati ves of torviulX l'owei'f, htliecis from the Hyacinth and tcvtmi business men and society people ut tended I he reception. There wan a movement of carriages up and down Nuuanu Avenue almost every minute from '1 lo 6 in the uiUrnoou. The meeting at Ik-retania &trtet mm- ltUV. J1KO tKAUli. Armory in tiie evening was an en tliufciasstio affair. JJy 7 o'clock the large hall wa.s tiuuly crowded. Ite frehhrnentM were berved liere falbo. l'olicemen were reiuired to prevent injuries in the Ja.ua at the en trances Tiie decoration were fiaj, banners, J an term and inaile. Jnide and outride the illumination made the neigliborhooI bright as day. Jtev. Mr. Okabe wa chairman of the meeting. This was the pro gramme : "Kimlgayo" aud Overture.- , Hawaiian BaDd Oreoing Addres-j. Jiev. J. Okabe "Tercbo-betfsu" - Chorus Reading of Imperial Decree. Mx. fc. 1 ujn "Takachiho" and "Masafchige" Hawaiian Band Salutatory Mr. K. Imanibhi March: "Mantiattau Beach". Souea Hawaiian Band. Address Mr. E. K.ato 'Sakura" and 4HLnematsu" . -Hawaiian Band Address Dr. S. Asano Selection from "Mikado" SulJivan Hawaiian Band. Address ...Dr. S. Kobayashi "Imayo" Hawaiian Band Address Mr. B. Shimizu March: "Republic of Hawaii' '-Berger Hawaiian Band. Address -Mr. G. Narita 'Kimigayo" Hawaiian Band "Hawaii Ponoi." Every numler was listened to at tentively by the audience of ir00. All in the place arose when Mr. Fujii was presented. The Consul-General was LEGATION SECRETARY O. N A RITA . cheered for nearly a minute. After some introductory remarks, he read the proclamation put forth when the Mikado ascended the throne twenty seven years ago. To the carrying out of the spirit of this inaugural is due, in a great measure, the tremendous pro gress made by the nation. Following is a translation of the message to the people and to the world : 1. Assemblies are established, a political institutions, in which all .tate all airs are to be decided by pub lic opinion. 2. All classes of people in the Km pire, without regard to rank or con dition, must be animated by one spirit in carrying out the political develop ment of the country. 3. All otMcers, either in the civil or military servic , and the common people, shall pursue a good purpose, and mut not be discouraged. t. All ancient and unworthy cus toms and practices are abolished, and all people are to conform their lives to the great cause of the Fni verse. o. Knowledge must be sought by all. and t-io foundations of theKmpire be held in reverence. Tn the hope and promise of making a reformation of the nation, which is needed, I the Kmperor, : the leader of the people soletnnly swear before the Deitvof the Universe, that wo will establish a policy which is for the good of the country, and will provide institutions which will maintain the rights of the people, and the people shall also act ively asict ami labor in union with this'purpose. The addresses were all of a patriotic i ' ' iZSS-'' rzZ-t-'S -.s " Ff X' and loyal nature. Dr. Kolaysba,who has voluiittejed for the war, arou d the audiciat? to a lim- pitch. Mr. NaiitaS oration wa.- a line ell'oit. TLe alutatoly, by K. JmanUhi, u warm welcome. Uctfi. K. Jvuto, J)r. H. Aam and 11. jsliimiitu were in terrupted by chter duriny tiie deliv i ry of thtrir tjHeche.-. About oVJe j-eo-Ile gathered for the tih)Iay of Iir -work. The down town Japanese had ajuily celebration of their own in the morn ing. About fcijay of iht-m dreaaed a Japanese men-of-war' men. They had the native band and marched around for an hour. Parsing tiie ex ecutive building they cheered the Republic. The band led them around to Wu-shiugtou Place, and the music there was Hawaii i'onoi. HE COMES BACK 10ICHTE0, B. R. Fobs Has Had a Trying Time of It. Ju Couit On IU Coital Mi.(,c In h j;iltr -ii.ult -'J U J'kojjI- ( Uar J IHUU of Mil ti UfiOiJ41. J3. H. J'W; who left Honolulu .March :d, ut a pribouer charged with embez zlement, i etu rued by the Auutralia. He will go back to hits old home on KauaL Hdr. Fojvj returuM to tbe Isl ands a vindicated man. The events occurring during IiIk stay in California did not tshake the faith of friends here in hij integrity. Hi return cleared of every vetstige of tutpicion of wrong doing Is a triumph of which he i proud. Mr. Fokh will resume his po sition in the island commuuit3 as a man of honor. The gentleman has had a trying time of it. He wan accused of having made away with S-JT0, while uuperiu tendent of Hchoole for Piumas county, California. "When he retired from of fice the books were ezjwrted and re ported correct. Before Mr. Fosa left there had been a eitting of the grand jury. He wuk startled then to learn that a Bubneque&t hession of that body had returned an indictment against him. Before leaving here Mr. Posd Baid that old political enemiefc were trying to wreak venreance upon him. He was entirely willing to return and face his accusers. Upon the fchowing of Mr. Fo' at torneys the indictment was quashed. The judge in rendering the decision said the prejudice of three men upon tbe grand jury had been given full play. They bad used the ecrecy and power of the jury room to satisfy pri vate malice Being free again Mr. Foss started for San Francisco to embark for Honolu lu. At tbe last moment he was taken from the stage coach by the sheriC. His three enemies, stinging under tbe rebuke of tbe court and the reproval of several of the community, bad sworn oat an "information." The charge was again embezzlement. As Mr. Foss was without funoV and had not apprised relatives of his predicament, he did not have the best lepal talent. He desired to proceed to trial on the merits of the case. A pair of young attorneys took the matter to the supreme court on a "technicality" and lost by tbe ruling of four judges against three. They tried another "technicality' in tbe'triai court, with the result that Mr. Fo- was convicted and sentenced to serv two years in the state prison. A n itake was dis covered in bis books, -. -d before law yers or friends knew what to do the trial was ended. "It was a bitter V.se,, says Mr. Foss, "but I knew 1 was innocent. "Luck was against m and every cir cumstance had pointed adversity at both ends. I was in despair and felt like giving up. When the commun ity awakened to the f.-ct that a great injustice bad been d'ne, a revulsion of sentiment took p'?ce. T was, tried by the people and their verdict was that the sentence should not be carried into execution. A petition to the governnor was drawn up and the trial judge's signature was the first on the list. He said he w as positive that I had done no wrong. The names of the jurors, officials and prominent men followed. The governor acted promptly. He expressed sympathy for me and declared that he was satis fied 1 had been convicted through a conspiracy. He pardoned me, and I am back in Hawaii to live and die. 1 settled here permanently when Teams from the Coast first. I or ly want to make a living, and I have had enough of politics to last me tbe rest of mv days." Mr. Foss hs a t. umber of fr:e:: ds in Honolulu, an-i sil of these have greet ed him warmly. Hi wife remained on Kauai, w h:ro sbe i f a-diing school. RAihva 'rrrvev. Engineer Klnogel &rd party hr.ve come in "from tLo line of the Oahn Railway extension. They fir::sbei work for this time at Kahnkn planta tion. There were tine men in tbe party. Mr. Klenel says the nrdnral grr.de for fi greater portion of the hue i favorable. Ol course there will Iv several deep cuts and heavy fills, but those were ca'culatcd nporj. Quite a nvi;v.br of bridges will bo ! required.