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VOL. I. NO. 18
HONOLULU H. I.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, ltf!5
PRICE 5 CENTb.
Published every ilny except Sunday r.t '
009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. 1
SUUbCltll'TIOX atj:. I
Per Month, anywhere in tho Hn-
wniinn Islands S 50
Per Year. C 00 I
Per Yenr, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 8 00 ,
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign I
Countries 10 00
Pnynlilo Invnrlnlilv In Advance.
Advertisements unaccompanied by
specific instructions inserted till ordered
. Advertisements discontinued before
expiration of specified period will bo
charged ns if continued for full term.
Liberal allowance ou early and half
Address nil communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should ba addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephono 200. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
LEWERS & COOKE.
Imfoiiteiu) and Dealers in Lumbeii
and all kinds of build1no
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
H. UACKFELD & CO.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort mid Queen Streets. Honolulu.
T lOS. LINDSAY,
MANOFAcrruniNa Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
attention puid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchnnt Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Suoar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Atlas Assurance Co.
ASSETS, - - - $10,000,000-
H. W. SCHMIDT. & SONS
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
C. B. D WIGHT,
Docs all kinds o! Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
no has on hand a largo supply of
Chineso Granito Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Intimates
given and lowest prices assured. Telc-
" phono 8:iU.
Wo have just received direct from
Now York tho
Ever brought hero at ono time.
Patterns of 1895
Prices Reduced t
WILDEE & CO.,
riEimn joneh. t. a. rimi-bon.
JONKH & SIMPSON,
Accountants & ComiissioE Apis.
HOUSE, LAND AND
n I ft (
Coiivoyiiiieing mid Legal Documents
DRAWINGS and TltAUINClH MADE.
ESP''riiiiHlitlliiiM in French, Oormmi,
,HpauInli, Portuuiu'ro, Dutch, Italian ami
Hawaiian. HUM Collected mill Accounts
Oflico, 308 Merchant St.
Mr. Geo. IV. JJnrtnrr, Kcczlelown, Vn.,
write, hk follow:
" Shortly nttrr li-ivnif colleen I wn troubled
villi uiVIn ill. wlilrli tliuwol Iticlf, llrit.at
tde nVk' riiyalciiiiiK ituii'iiincra It cctoinn,
riiiI treiilnl tun fur Hint conipliliil llio rrup.
tlou trt'i't etiw'y up niy llmlw. anil vn tlio Iiody,
until It tnvi'luiicil Ilii) wliolo frnnu It Kvo mo
liitlnlletruulili' Willi ronmiint ItfliliiK.cmtliiftntt
of dry ii.iii.-ii, ami a w.ttety liquid tlilch would
from omior tho scales, i treated it .for '
iree years unsuccessfully, and was unable
over three rears
tn check It. until t hciMn utlnir ATcr'a RnriAnjl
till. I used thrco bottles of this mcdlclno ami
was completely cured my skin becoming as
smooth and clear as before."
Has Cured Others, Will Curo You
Made by Dr. J. O. Ay er Co., Lowell, Mou.,U.S.A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for tbe Kepub'lc ot Hawaii
Catties and Horses!
I manufacture n Compound of Homo
Products of tho
Seeds of "Gassie"and
It is not only in itbclf a valuable nitro
genous food, but it has tho property of ,
vidiug iu tho digestion of otlinr proteids, '
generally for animals whoso digestie I
powers are iceulo ns it promotes appetite
and regulntea digestion.
C5F" The proof of tho pudding is in tho
eating. Try it.
King nud Punchbowl Slreots.
P. 0. 13ox 321.
1'28 & 180 FORT STREET.
BhcWliinginAll Its Branches.
Orders from tho other Islnnds in Build
ing, Trimming, Pointing, etc, etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WUIU1IT. Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West.)
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. - President and Maiiafier
Glaus SpreckeU, - - - Vieo-Prenidont
W. M. Giimrd, Secretary and Treasurer
Thoo. C. Porter. Auditor
AflllNTM 01" Till!
00EANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OP SAN I'HANOIBCO. UAL
IftTE COAST NEWS.
Tho Bennington Bring Three
Day's Later News.
Siicconibs to IMourNy lit His
, Hotel Skotcli of Ills Curocr.
j Washington, May 2S. Secretary
of State Ciresham died at 1:15
i o'clock this morning at his rooms
, at the Arlington IIoue. Although
I his recovery was practically aban-
doneil when a severe chill occurred
i shortly before G o'clock, tho most
powerful heart stimulants known
I to medical science were injected
I periodically, and an infusion of
i normal saline solution was made
i through an open vein in the arm.
I He recovered slightly, hut owing
' to severe rigors shortly beforo 11
o'clock he began to fail rapidly and
his vitality b"gan to ebb. Tho
three physicians saw that the end
was near, and at 12 o'clock with
drew to the ante-room, leaving in
the sick-room only the members of
his family and the nurses.
Up to that timo he had been
conscious and talked at intervals.
His words were full of bravery.
He fully appreciated his condition
and spoke words of hope and cheer
to his stricken wife and daughter.
Sometimes his mind wandered
slightly and went back to the days
of long ago.
As the end approached his pulse
became hardly perceptible, (irudu
ally his eyes glazed and closed.
Mrs. Clresham, with noble and
heroic fortitude, continued to read
tho words of the Gospel to her
dying husband. Her daughter and
son-in-law stood, with bowed heads,
at tho side of tho couch. At 1:15
o'clock his breathing ceased; u
peaceful shadow passed over his
pale countenance, his pulse flicker
ed and tho sorrowing family was in
the presence of death.
The tone of tho dispatches sinco
his illness began about May 1st
has varied but his condition
did not causo serious alarm
among his friend. On tho 27th,
however, ho was much worse, tho
diseaso having been pronounced
acute pleurisy, and at 1:15 on tho
morning of tho 28th lie died. Mrs.
Grcsham, who had been summon
ed from Chicago early in the Secre
tary's illness was pi cent when ho
passed away as stated above.
Mr. Grcsham was born in Harri
son County, Indiana, March 17,
1832; ho was admitted to the bar
in 1852. Ho was elected to tho
State Legislature in 18G0, but re
signed to accept a commission in
an Indiana rcgimont. Col. Grcs
ham was severely wounded at
Atlanta and received tho bro
vot of major general of volun
teers for his gallantry. In 18(59
ho was appointed I'nited States
judgo for the district of I mil
ium hy President Grant, and in
18S0 ho was prominently muntion
oil for United States hoimtor. In
April, 18H2, ho resigned from tho
bun oh to bcponio puliiMBlQrgonornl
undur Prwldont Arthur, anil ou
the death of Secretary Kolger in
July, 18S1, ho was appointed United
I States judgo for the seventh circuit,
which ollice he held for some years.
In the Republican National Con
I volition at Chicago in 1SSS he re
i ceived 121! vote on tho third ballot
i for the presidential nomination.
.Mr. LriiHiain wii3 a staunch re
publican until the close of I'r sidont
Harrison's administration, when,
. with Wayne MacVeigh, who had
I heon attornoy-gcnoral under 1'rcsi-
dent Garfield, ho startled the politi-
cal circles of the United States by
announcing his intention of throw
ing off the yoke and stumping tho
country in the interests of Clove
land. As a reward for his services
Mr. Gresham was made secretary
of state. MacVeigh received the
appointment of minister to Italy.
As secretary of state Mr. Gresh
am has made decisions which have
brought upon him harsh criticisms
from friend and foe. In the Hawai
ian matter he showed himself to bo
the champion of the ex-queen's
side in the imbroglio.
Don. M. Dickinson, who w.ib
postmaster-general in the early
part of tho Cleveland administra
tion, will succeed Mr. Gresham as
secretary of state.
Superintendent Byrnes, for
thirty-two years a member of tho
police force of New York and for
fifteen years its most conspicuous
officer, resigned on the 27th. The
Board of Police Commissioners
promptly accepted tho resignation
and appointed Chief Inspector Con-
lin to act as Chief of Police tempo
rarily. The Japanes-o have arrived off
Tanisui, Formosa, and fighting is
expected to occur soon.
Tho Guatemalan Government has
made reparation to the United
States for tho castigation inflicted
on Aryle and two other Americans
by the prison guard.
Gail Hamilton (Miss Dodge) is
dying from a blood clot on tho
General Janie B. Swain, an old
friend of Horace Greoloy is dead.
A special to tho Herald from
Washington says: Hear Admiral
Beardslee, commander in chief of
tho Pacific Station, now in Ha
waiian waters with his flagship
Philadelphia, has been ordered to
return to tho United States, if in
his opinion tho presence of two
warships in Honolulu is unneces
sary. Corbett and Fitzsimmons have
met and shown each other how
they can fight with their tongues.
Loid Dunraven's now yacht, Val
kyrie III, has been successfully
Tho Chronicle of the 28th has an
editorial on a story that tho Hawai
ian royalists at ono timo wero try
ing to negotiato a matrimonial alli
ance botween Mrs. Dominis and a
San Francisco will have a mon
htor parado on tho -Itli of July.
Tho eelubration will far oxcecd that
of any former year.
Extensive frost throughout tho
east mi tho 17th linvo nearly doubl
ed tho valuo of tho California fiuit
Helen Gould tins doimtod fl,-1
000,000 to tlio Unlvoilty of thu j
oily uf .Vow York.
In tho prlzo right hoitttwn Ityon
tttul Hinllh tho pollco Interfered in
the eighteenth rojund. The fight
was declared u draw.
Ohio republicans will hold a,
state convention this weok. Mo
Kinley is likoly to be endorsed for
Russia seems to bo playing for
Manchuria and Corea. It has been
known for a long timo sho wants
Port Hamilton for n winter harbor.
The Cuban militia throatons to
President Cleveland was quite ill
at last accounts. Ho is confined to
his room at Woodloy, on the out
skirts of Washington.
Osciir Wilde was convicted at hia
trial in London and sentenced to
two years imprisonment.
The Supremo Court ha denied a
writ of habeas corpus in the cases
of Eugene Dobs and others, con
nected with railroad strikes in the
In the caee of a Chinaman who
was refused landing in tho United
States, tho Supreme Court to which
body the matter was referred, re
fuses his petition and declares the
Exclusion Act valid.
Some timo ago I was taken sick
with a cramp in the stomach, fol
lowed by diarrhoea. I took a.cou
plc of doses of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and. Diarrhcea Kennedy -and
was Immediately relieved! "I
consider it the best medicine in tho
market for all such complaints. I
have bold the remedy to others and
every one who uses it speaks highly
of it. J. W. Stkk'Ki.bu, Valley
Center, Cal. For hale by all deal
ers. lien1- in, Smith A Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Island.
HERE'S AN IBM :
A chauce to (,'ct a
PAlll OF SHOES
Ten Minutes' Work!
The question amontf the business men
of Honolulu is:
To solve tho problem as well as to
ascertain whether advertisements at
tract tho attention ot newspaper readers,
we oiler a pair of our best .5.00 shoes
(80 CO anywhere else) to tho person who
bcndi us, under tho head of " Wanted,"
tho cloverest advertisement of our shoes.
It mind bo original, concise, and to the
point. It must not bo loiiKor (lion any
ordinary want ad. found iu the daily
Advertisement to bo written on one
sido of vhito p.ipor and Binned by tho
competitor's full name ami address.
Stuto tho wimo of tho paper in which
you saw this notico and cucloso your ef
fort in an envelope maiked:
; Mclncrny'a Shoe Stare, :
: Honolulu. :
'. Ad. Competition. :
The attention of out-of-town sub
scribers is particularly called to this
competition Wo want your ad.
Honolulu competitors may drop their
envelopes iu the box just inside tlio store
Corapotition Closes at Noon,
Juno 15, 1895.
Competent jitdue will decide who in
i entitled to the prize.
Mclnerny's . . .