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0 is -'." ;.' ' -:V -J- r"- X jTF -r ----e i r III III f ifl 'l Mr ! I JO KtAtlUbtl J air . I HSU. VOL. XXX., NO. 6367 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TIIUIISDAY, OCTOHEU. l'l, 189?. TWELVE PAGES. PRICE FIVE CUVZ2. It I HTffl W MX PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. ATKINSON & JUDD (A. L. C. Atkin- son and Albert F. Judd, Jr.) Office Fort St.; Piano, Voice Culture, Sing over Bishop & Co.'s bank, cor. Mer- ing an(i Harmony; especial attention cnant ana Kaaaumanu sts. I ACHI & JOHNSON (W. C. Achi and Enoch Johnson). Office No. 10 West King St; Tel. 884. ANDREWS. Office with Thurstoa & Carter, Merchant St., next to postofflce. 5.YLB A- DICKEY. King and Bethel fita.; Tel. 806; P. O. box 786. fTLSDERICK W. JOB. Suite 815, Mar ciuette Bldg., Chicago, 111.; Hawaiian Consul General for States of Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Wiscon- IS. 1 4 CHAS. F. PETERSON. 15 Kaahuma- nu St. PHYSICIANS. 33R- GEO. J. AUGUR, Homeopathic Practitioner and Surgeon. Special attention given to chronic diseases; office and residence, Beretania St., nearly opp. Methodist church; office hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. TeL 733. C. L. GARVIN, M.D. Office 537 King! St., near Punchbowl; hours, 9 to 12 a. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Tel. 448. DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND. Of fice 512 Beretania St., near Alapai; hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.; Tel. 915. OR. A. GORDON HODGINS. Office ! and residence, Gedge Cottage, corner iiichards and Hotel Sts.; office hours 3 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; Tel. 953. DR. WALTER HOFFMAN. Beretania St., opposite Hawaiian Hotel; office hours 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 8 to 10 a, m.; Tel. 510; P. O. box 501. 'OR. T. MITAMURA. Consulting . rooms 427 Nuuanu St.; P. O. box 842; Tel. 132; residence 524 Nuuanu St.; hours 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 9 p. in.; Sundays 2 to 6 p. m. DR. I. MORI. 136 Beretania St., be tween Emma and Fort; Tel. 277; P. , 0. box 843; office hours 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 9 to 12 e jca DR. A. N. SINCLAIR. 413 King St., next to the Opera House; office hours 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays .12 m. to 2 p. m.; Tel. 741. - T. B. CLAPHAM. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Hotel Stables; calls, day or night, promptly ans- wered; specialties obstetrics and lameness. aary Surgeon. Skin diseases of all kinds a specialty. Office room 11, Spreckels Bldg.; hours 9 to 4; Tel. 474; residence Tel. 1093. DENTISTS. 31. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S. Alakea St., three doors above Masonic Temple, Honolulu; office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. OR. C. B. HIGH. Philadelphia Dental College 1892; Masonic Temple; Tel. SIS. i -GEO. H. HUDDY, D.D.S. Fort St., op posite Catholic Mission; hours from 3 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR. A. C. WALL, DR. O. E. WALL. Office hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.; Love Bldg.. Fort St. BROKERS. A. J. CAMPBELL. Office Queen St., opposite Union Feed Co. CL .f . FALK. Member Honolulu Stock Exciiange; room 301 Judd Bldg. WILLIAM SAVIDGE. Real Estate in ail Parts of the Islands bought or sold; No. 310 Fort St.; Mclnerny Blk. ENGINEERS. fAMSS T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. C. E. Consulting Hydraulic Engineer; SOS Judd Blk, Honolulu. CONTRACTORS. WH- T. PATY. Contractor and Build- r- C.nra nri nffipft fitting.; hrielc. wood or stone building; shop Palace Walk; residence WTilder Ave., near Kewalo. f a otttt i" if h'fwi .11 i "on Tro rrT ann a, m3kj jl jl jl jlvj-xjiju.x-r. x--UM - -.w. Builder Store and I office i fittings . shop and repair work; Bell Tower Mr TTninn St.: Tel. 702. wuOf W " 9 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MUSIC. COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL. Love Bldg., naid to touch, muscular control And musical analysis. piano TAUGHT IN SIX MONTHS. New quick method; special attention given to adult beginners. Terms S3 monthly. Address "Musician," Ad vertiser office. ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER. Vocal Instruction; terms by the lesson or month; commencing on and after the 10th of July, "MIGNON"; 720 Bere tania St., Honolulu. ARCHITECTS. HOWARD Suite 7, Tel. 9S9. & TRAIN, Architects. Model Block, Fort St.; O. G. TRAPHAGEN. 223 Merchant St., between Fort and Alakea; Tel. 734; Honolulu. DRAUGHTSMAN. T. D. BEASLEY. Plantation and To pographical Maps a Specialty; room 306, Judd Bldg.; Tel. 633. STENOGRAPHERS. MISS A. A. ALLEN. Office cor. King and Bethel Sts. (upstairs); Tel. 751. MISS E. M. BROWN Office over Bishop & Co.'s, corner Kaahumanu and Merchant Sts. OPTICIANS. 3. E. LUCAS. Love Bldg., Fort St., upstairs; P. O. box 351. I carry a full line of ALL KINDS OF GLASSES from the CHEAPEST to the BEST. Free Examination of the Eyes. MISCELLANEOUS. RV F P.RRANV A TV fTTnrv 1 PrU Vnfo Tut- wuT, Mn.(.i9i rofomnoo I to preparation for college. Office cor. King and Bethel Sts;; Tel. 62 and 806; P. O. bOX J9. MRS. B. F. McCALL. Latest designs I Beretania SL ' J. MORGAN. Opal Merchant. Jeweler nnrt T.nr!1rv Hnnl Putting n no. cialty; No. 2 School St., near bridge. I MISS PRESCOTT General Writer and Business Agent; Commissions Un-I on oeen tJo Pi- Tel son , ' b P. SILVA. Agent to take acknowleds- ments to Instruments, district of Ko- na, uanu; at w. u. Acnis omce, King St., near Nuuanu. TOURISTS' GUIDE THROUGH HA- WAIL Price 60c; beautifully illus trated. For sale by all newsdealers. DR. A. C. POSEY. Specialist for Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose Diseases and Catarrh; Masonic Temple; hours 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. HONOLULU SANITARIUM. 10S2 King St.; Tel. 639. Dr. Luella S. I ,,.Tr ? meaice1 suPermi.!n I1UU18 J u. 111. lu u u. 111., uiciuuua ui Battle Creek. Mich.. Sanitarium: baths of every description; trained nurses in bath rooms as well as In sick room; massagB and manual movements; electricity In every form- Mnccfflotl Hl.tnrv otn orll facillties for thorough examination, T-T T. fo.irln nnnMiKlnr. v.V t r. -c. ouHb i,uja,- NEW CHORAL SOCIETY. Organized .Anions the Central Union Church .Members. The Central Union Choral Socloty, which meets this evening at Central Union, church, is an organization which s sure to become very popular among I music lovers of Honolulu, and with those who would like to be able to sing, but who have not had the oppor- tunity of obtaining vocal training. The society, though but two weeks old, under the excellent leadership of Mrs. Yarndley, has made good progress toward becoming a first class chorus. and numbers among its members some of the best singers of Honolulu. Formed for the benefit of no one class or race this oganizaUon is open to all who will take advantage of the (opportunity to obtain choral training which it affords, and it is to bo hoped i.i . . .. . Inat an tnose wno sins or are uesiroii3 of learnlng to sins will attena Us , i u-iccnu6a. THOSE DELEGATES To International Conpiational FRUf.l THE HAWAII All ISLANDS What the Boston Conerasatlonalltt Has to Say About the Hawai ian Ministers. The following concerning the Ha-1 wallan delegation at the International I Congregational Council is taken from! the Boston Congregational 1st of Sep-1 tember 2S: , . I Last in the honorable numbering of I Weilnesilnv. the annlnuae followlne REV. E. S. TIMOTKO. each name of the Hawaiian delegation showed that it was not least In recelv-1 hne annreclatlou. The six delciratc.l Urn nil mlnUtPra f.inr from O.ihn nmlltl' T.lln fell during th day. two from Hawaii, ihe leader of the teiegatiou, Mr. O. P. Emerson. Is I Anglo-Saxon, two are of mixed blood and three are entirely of native origin. Hut all preach In the nallvc tongue to native congregations. One .Inna Tint i-oiIIyo Imw tinomifh U otir I tongue until one hears the delegates I talking to each other In the soft and musical Hawaiian. xheso pastors were trained In the one theological seminary of the Islands the North Paclnc Missionary insti- tute- Base r the importance or their churches, length of pastorates and influential citizenship they nre men Itchnm the ldinilt mar take nride in sending as representative of Hawaiian Christianity and social life. One may say Christianity In form as well as spirit, because Congregationalism Is . 1 thn rfrH nf f f 1 ft ldlini . , ine 51X utlcgait3 -'" mi-iwn Congregational churches. "The one we nut In the center." as an associate quaintly said, "is Rev. J. Kauhane. who Is pastor of a church on Hawaii about sixty miles from llilo. white-haired man. whose c Hsts P with a beautiful smile. Is a chief of the Island In the old line of rulers. He adds to the respect still accoraetl to the title the more practical , . , . ... honor dlW tO OHO who h.1 S.r e.1 llllr- ty-flve years In the Hawaiian I . . 1- .. 1 - .- - 1 -t -?. 1 f at flirt luu-..mlvu.l..l.M,,....v REV. J. M. EZKRA. oC the time as vice-president of the Senate. HU gonial companion from Hawaii, Mr. Desha. Is minister of a church In Hllo. Another delegate. Mr. Tinioteo (whose portrait is given above), has the largest native church In Hoao- lulu, and has been chaplain of the lecls - lature. Mr. Ezera. who Is also much Interested lii the political welfare cf the Ml -'.. island a tit! intelligent In English ex pression of his views, ha a chars? twelve miles from Honolulu. Another senator U Mr. Waterhuuse. al from Ouhu. The delegation stopped a: several cities on their way to !kun. speak ing at Sunday services and Monday Club. On their return trip they e- peel to attend the meeting of lh American Hoard am! to visit Washlng- ton and call on the President. While hi mi.u--i miii. iu .1,1-1 gales are quietly Arm In their Inten tion to express the need and desire c.f Hawaii for "a fair chance" In the unit ed government. None of the pastor have ccr ben to America lefore. Their ini predion are naturally of hugeness and hurry. One remarked. "We tlll have time In Hawaii to let the lady go first. H it they all spoke enthusiastically of our hospitality, and with especial pleasure of Boston, "which I more rent ful than Chicago." They mentioned Dr. Wlth- row as being the American speaker I whose delivery was the root easy lo follow. YES l'EKD AY'S STORM. Rainfall Extended Over Small Area Near Honolulu. Although mot of the city and coun try Immetllately surrounding It ranie In for a generous share of rain yester day and last night, various point of the island report fine but cloudy weather with strong Indications of a change. Prof. Lyons stale the present Is but a hlcii iiaronietcr storm ani inuica- 1 1 Inn a of a change are already nparp-nt. though the present showery weather may continue for another diy or so. At the Electric Light wallun from C o'clock yesterday morning t ill - n. lat night, the rain gauge showed a fall of Si-loo of an Inch, and the rrrrvi!r there showed a depth of 2 feet an.l r. lr-h of water. At I.'.iakaha ver lt At IMinahou Professor I.yon ran r gintered MMri since 7 oVlo. k on Tuesday night, while at W. W. Hall's residence on Nuuanu ZZw wa reglv.- lrn! for the same p-ri.1. r roni Kaneo.ie to i.aie trie w.M.ncr had showery all day. Kahtlkll reports no ram at all. Uaia.tta. slight showers. hwa Plantation. mnVlent orly to lay the dut. whiie nt iHlnts between Kwa and Honolulu. thrr was very little rain-hardly worth noticing. i a SCMp Of Paper. I This charming comdy, to be prr- I Cntcd bv the Clav Clement Comtuor I nt iltn Aiutn lir.it. (nntphi t-t i-r.i . to a Honolulu audience. It having been performed here by local amateurs some time ago. The cast tonight Is an unusually strong one and the play, . u-ttt. . . . ! .linn. mm.I ! . . . iiuy uiamKin. m one oi ir. .iay ve- ment s greatest successes. Jats may be obtained at Wall. Nichols Co. I.YINC2 IX STATU. .Minister KhiR'j Remain .May be Viewed TJay. The ImhIv of th- lato Minister King will lie In state in ihe old thron roum at the Exrcttttte building fr.ini II a. m. to 3 p. m. today and on :m!ay ff"oai' ,, . -. , ,,'.',' Th- tn'rrn I ment band will play dlrg l:c-n the hours of II anl 12 and !:-" and H p. in. today. All tlovernmnt o. .. rri;:ts and tbe banks will rlo at 11 thl mim ing ut f re.;rr; f.r the d-id r;:ln lter. Yesterday afirn.:! the throne ro m and hallways were d--ra:d fr the reception of the ln.!y. A guard f hrmor from Co. V of the National (Suard will stand watch dur ing the hours set aside for the admis sion of the public. Arrangements for the funeral are r.o: et completed but will le made kntwn tomorrow. Will Commence Monday. Practically the first d iv of the ;- ra season will be Inaugurated Monday. Octo!-r 2Z, with the owning of the reserve sale at Wall. NkhoN Co. This Is an event thit many have !e-n .ovklng forward to for sotno time, jSeat can be booked by telephone. All . seats ordered laid aside, must ! Cal!e for by 12 o'clock Monday. Oct or Z :h. or they will be sold. THE COURT RULES That Hawaiian Tranwais Co- piny nay Meci M SOME EXHIBITS FILED YfSfEHOAY Motion to Dissolve the Injunction Comes Up Before JoJce Ferry on Friday nomine. Ti HAWAIIAN TIUMWAYS. Cxhlbll of the Hawaiian Tramways Company. I J ml ted. for the year ending July 1. UW, as filed In the Interior OSk yesterday: Hate of charters: IfcM. ltvM-. lyvi-. !ia XSZO; term of chat ter. Zft years; original shares of stock. rc.0 at fli. No shares were Uued. noM or transferred during the jejr cn-llng January 1, 1??. I Ycmrat number of ahart oat standing. 13.0C-J at 125. 2I5.c(m. Capital. S S0.oo; yold up cap ital. Including debenture. Amount paid as dividends for year ending July 1. IW, noth ing. Amount of rtom Income far Ihe ear ending July 1. 1129.122.. Amount of actual running ex lrum fur the year ending Jan uary I. IW, I s?1.A. Among Ihe assets of the cor poration arv real ctate at lo'i. Kapakea and Punahoa. valued at tZ The per sonal property Is friutne! a: Lines, rolling stock, rlr 2" . cars. 10 bors-s. mules and 7 'll'.I p 1 1 1 , I ZZ. There are no mortgage on ihe property, no cotes or book nretiunts outstanding, and Ihe cash on hand on July 1, 1V50. was I7.0II.M: Ihe iota! assets of ihe company on that dale be ing :i.vi.m. The liabilities of the corpora lion on July I. iw. were, sun; due. $I.0II.9. and debenture bonds, f ISo.wu. The returns lo Ihe Tax Acces sor were as gln above. Th officers, of the corpora tion are CoL Iavldson. chair man: II. IL Armsirong lc chairman; 1". I- Clara, secre tary, and Irice. Watcrhoaf l Co. auditors. The london office of the corporation Is 3 Quern Victoria street. London. II. C. and W. 11. Pain is l be person on whom service of legal notice may be made In iheM Mauds. The names of Ihe local stock holders and Ihe cumber of their hares Is given as follows Mo hoe 2. Kaananoa 12. I), laab lu. J. Dkson 40. Kalakaua X5. fit J. II. Paty lo. . p. Italdwln y. W. ! Allen r". A. Wiggins P. J. Kna 2i. P. Neumann SI. Mary K. Kna 1. C II. Clapp S. W. W. Hal! li. Oahu Coilrge I. 1T0. S. M. Hamoa l.3. II. 1 Cart--nirr P- It C ladles Z. I IUIle A. Waller S. A. S. Iarae w. J. I llarkMd ICO. IL C. Wills J. PauukauU I. W. Jl. Hall !'. T. May 2V. C II. Ju l ! W. II. Pain 7X o . The prorer-,ijcc in Ju lge Perry's' hace mrjrald ovc male the raoUoa. runroom during yesterday were q-jlte. Mr. McOanahaa said he wished to Interesting, made so by numrous ,ert to ih Cef3ion and asked tb fishing excursion Inin the cntay's ; "cm lo allow ihe etrpt$n. so that be ierrltor by Aitomy McClanahan.J artlng for T. S. So-ithwlck. the stock holder who wants lo present his omn rt4mpany from p-iiilng dcin an electric road In this city. Th-re was cry little ihat Mr. Mc Clanahan did not want to know abo'jt ihe affairs of the Hawaiian Tramways Company but thre wat a great deal be did not find cut a!ot tb5 iraliar method of English corporations. At ihe opening of omrt tare was fun her Iniilry as lo the pi;tra xalss Ir.g from ihe Interior OS!ce, decrlbel in !tal! In yetrrday' Advertlier. b-4l iio trace of tbnt wras dUoovered. I) irlcg the tnornlss the Tramways Company Cred an Innocent little bomb shell Into the oppolte camp by caus ing the annual statement of Its af fairs for ihe last two years la be f.ltd In ihe Interior Orr.ce. complylsg with the law In that respj, although rather late In the day. Attorney McClanahaa selxevl oa theje statemtnu with atllity atd whea he go: Manager Pain oa Iht? iiaad ts.ade It etrrrae:y lnvtctlcc tit him Hat the jcr tsan's evl4r-cee sbowrd sarh laraestabJe lcntrarjce tf tfce fairs of hit company thit the attorney rate Ma up at a tad jab. Mr. Pala said he really knew Utile about tbm taatter. the books, accounts, lltla oC stockholders, anl so forth were all la the Iocdoa office. Questioned a to where b obtained the list of stock holders contained In the states. eat of Ihe company's a!7alrs filed with the In terior Clffire yesterday. Mr. Pain waa reluctantly compelled to atmlt that hm bad made It op from the drafts aest out from London to pay the last divi dend lo the Honolulu stockholder, ft dUldlcg Ihe amount of the draft by the dividend. C2 cents a share, ha bad Reared oat bow much stock escb nan held. Personally, however, be bad so knowledge of the cor: pan y" affairs or who the EcgUsh stockholders were. He also had a very baxy cotioa abovt the 1lS0 worth of first-pre feremra debentures, as they call thra at boar, and was cot prepared to state wbttbt-r ihey represented so aach llabllUy or so much capital, belex forced to adalt that In some statements be bad terad I hero liabilities while In other lhy had Uo added In as part of the cx- Ital. What Utile be did know Ihe company be was very much to telling, and It naturally followed that be and bis cTos-cia!crr bad a xery pleaiant Utile time of It, wtlcSi lastej until nearly I o'clock In the afl cmocn. The main fads adduced were that lh Hawaiian Tramways Company baa f ir!i.ci In oulslacdlng stckck: that It owes 11 In debenturt. bonds, end that Its arallable a.sts are (fj3 on which amount It pays tales to the Hawaiian tkivmatut. As to ihn value of Us franchise, that Is a matter for faiure db'-ttrsioc. ard was nct cona Into -trrday. At a few tn!c tiles Ik fore 4 o'clock ! M. Hatch briefly addro.wd tise curt. Corporation, be said, bad stoxne r ights of wbUh ihey cvruld nt be arbi trarily dr;ritcd. Wjt It fair, for In stance, far a stic kbolarr. arlaald. of course, by only Ihe l"t f aotlvesi. to lrlng bi ersn cor-poralion Into court and Ihtn d-ny lis right to defend Itself? As lo lhe motives of the en tire proceedings be did cot rare lo J7& Into thra: ihey matt be apjaret to Ihe court and lo everyone. He wras sailed lo leaeflhe aatler with tb court, fetllag sure that JurtJre wcrald be done. Attorney 34c.anbaa thoutbt dif ferently. A plain statute must bo obeyed. The taw with regard to bona corporaslons was very Uriel and araa Intended lo be slrktlr enforced. If this was so with boat rorpcrationt how much more stridly w&t the lav to be applied lo a foreign cxrpcralon which bad p"rs4leatty esdd the law? He oSVrr! lo pro i ore sotse au- thorilies. when Judge IVrrr stopped him. ;aylsg le was already familiar with Ihem. In deciding ihe motion Juice Perry said that although the statute was plain that a fcr Jgn tiK$rm lion falll&c lo comply with the HawslUn statales could cot t.rlcg suit In the Hawaiian cwrarls lo prxd't Itt ri&htc. still be raut LoM that a cr;oralioa Lad at eAt a right to dfed Itself wbea bronchi Into courL- He should te rom ;;jrl fa ho!d lhl way, tj&iil the So prme Court drxid-d dl.eml.r- ked jM apjal Iherefrota. Judr lrrry r faMd to slluw ihe el ection or the aj ;al. saying that be would hear the entire taaiier first and drclde f. H cot:d then ro to the Sa pre Cwart a a whole ln:cad of by piecemeal. Mr. McCUnahan thta akcd for time lo prepare exceptions to th rulings ef Ihe court tefore g-oltg ox Mr. Nermann, for the Tramways Company, denounced the methods of ihe other side la tceU&c to delay tbo hearing of the motion to dissolve the laj'anctioa la rather warm lanruase, btat the ctrjrt joarrd oil oa the trou bled waters ty asaouncirg that no sessica would be hld today out of re spet to the late Mialitr c,f the Inte rior aad that Mr. McClanahaa cwld have nsiil Vti&MT caoralrg at the o;nlag of court to yreiare HI the ex - ceptioas he maated lo. The name of T. K. Iansisg is very promitjecuy raeatlosed la ccsnetioti with th racaacy canned ly Caplala King's dralh.