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"With -which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 127.
HONOLULU, IT. 1., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1895.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
"! ' "
With which Incorporated the ImikI'enii
Juno 22, lttfC.
A. V. Gear,
PubllRhcd every day pxcopt Sunday at
009 Kir.tf Struct, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhero In tho Ha
waiian Islands 8 to
Per Year. '8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Me :ico 3000
Per Yrnr, postpaid, other Foreifrr
Countrios J.'I 00
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expiration of spiwided period will bo
chnrKed us it continued tor full term.
Liberal allowance on yearly and half
Address nil communications to tho e li
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should be ndditssed to
" Manager Evening llulletin."
Telephone) 2oG. P. O. Box 80.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
Gained k Strengfii
did for Iho lntnlld luti;1it'r of nl'rom
Incut Jiwcll TrndcHiniiii.
" My ilaunlitcr li.-iiT for n Ioiir time heen
troubled Willi violent headaches nud .ilccj"
lessncsi. Sho wan pale, lilil no apiielllc,
mill :h lonltii; llesli rupldh Kho tuok
Viirioui remedies for her trotihlc. hut re
ceived no bvucQt until she commen.-cd uklng
Ayer's Samparllla. After takltiK half a
liottle, Bhe hecan to fuel belter, liy.i con
Untied uo of llih medlelne, her nptietlto le
turneil, lier checks heitan to till out and show
color, she Rained In strength, her headaches
disappeared, she slept hetter, und nowsnvs
she feel like a new person." !'. P. C'oiurs
HALL, 0 l.rou HL, Lowell.
Has Curod Others, Will euro You
Mado by l)r. J. C. Ayur i. Co., Lo-voll, Mhi.UAJI.
Hollister Drug Co.. L'd.
Solo Aleuts for tho IEepulilio of Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United Stales,
ritOM JAN. 1ST TO JUNK IsT, 1895.
G II Mumm (t Co.'s extra
I'oinmory fc Greno ll,7i)8
Moot .t Ohnndon i),G08
Hoidsieck t Co., (dry
Louis Hocdurar "MI'S
ltuinurt 3 lo(
Perrior Jouot ;J.28ti
Irroy (tCo 1.7RS
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
Bouohb Sec 0!)ii
St. Mnrcoi.nx 3'J I
Krugifc Co 270
Chus. Hoidaiock 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo AgontforG. II. Mil mm &Co.
for tlio linn ;,n Islands.
T ? V';
HAWAIIAN RELIEF SOCIETY.
Till: AUCTION IIIXI) AT ITS HOOMM
Novrrnl Sorlctv I.ikIIc Iii- Hi
llnrcnlu mid l'rcd. ?Incfrliinr
Nods MIU llcntl.
OwinR to tho necessity of vtiiu
tiuR tho proraiHOS mi Bethel Btrot
occupied by tlio ladies ol tho Hn
wuiiau Boltof Socioty, it was du
torminod to miction oil" the uten
sils and mntorial left ovor frou
tho work of pronuring rations for
iiid'-gont UTntTniinaH. Auct;onucr
Morgan volunteered his services
and promptly tit 10 o clock put up
11 lurgo tnpsh bowls for stile,
which wore secured by Mrs.
S. C. Allou for ono
hapiluii. Another individual, who
euuld not bo accused of not kuow-
jiiig a Rcd thing when ho siiw it,
ival&ed ofl'uith 3 dozen snmllor
howls for throe rittls. A lot of
M huge tin cups roalizd the
tiii'.nifluont sum of 25 cents, nud
3 dozen omullor ones brought 25
('iitH. Auother lot uf 18 cups was
put up, and tho auctioneer notic
ing Fred. Mncfurlnne nodding his
houd promptly knockod them
down to him tit 50 cents.
Tho supply of tin caps hei.ig
exhausted Mr. Morgan next so:d
i lot of i noflbo nota for two bit'.
t Mrs. Ornlinm bocame tho owrmr
i.if a solid silver-plated tin lh .-fa-.
sifter in exchange for tho sum of
o cents, tititl Mrs. Jlenjes' cooks
will bo happier in thapossesiion
of twu -big agate dippers which
coat their now proprietor 50 cnt
for the lot. Mm. Carter nud Mrs.
' Gii ham havo mc-ro lu-Jlos than
j they had lust night, tho forniui
paying three bits for three and
the latter two bits for tho same
tiutnbur. About this -timo 3Ior
g in caught Fred Musfarlauo nul
dinj; ngti'.i and churgo.'. him up
with another 50c, after which he
traded of 22 dippers of various
kuuls but of Hawaiian national
ity for .a dollar. L Cliimso
oi mi ul '.mil clock lor 75 cents
which we.s guaranteed to keep
.iway cholera as well as sleep from
its now owner. Mrs. Carter in-
Tested in two Yalo lock's for 87
:nts and Mrs. W. F.ilou will
havo a lino large coD'eo pot on
hand tho next timo Blio makes
some iaoro of thut splendid coifeo
for tho Masonic Temple squad of
t l.o fitiz'iio' Guard. It csts
h;r u dollar, but it wna nitide out
of iron treble plated with tin.
Mrs. Allan also invested in
i lot of knives, forks
i.inl spoons onough to start a re
lief station of her own. Mr. Syl
vano also bought u Hour-sack full
of assorted knives anil f.nki, and
it was rumored about the room
that ho intends to colebiute his
purchases by giving a luau in tho
A ChinoBO cot a baroain in a
iniir of Fairbanks' coimtor scales
fir -1.25 und Mrs. Itonjes outbid
a liungry Colostial ior tho
ownership of (i pftokages of corn
starch, paying sovon rials for the
privilege. A lot of ground coUV.o,
two bottlos of oayunno pepp.-r,
a tin of mustard und a can opumi'
realized 35 conta in spite of tho
ituctionoor's eliurts to obtain more.
Purser B?ckley of thoKinuu won'i
foil to buy any salt for a while,
as his bettor half bought half a
sack full togethor with a tin wash
pun and two ngate soap dishes
nil for a. dollar. Sho also invested
A lot of boilers, a sink, fixtures,
and evon tho lumber und corrug
ated iron rooting of tho oxtompore
kifclion wore sold, but a promise
to Morgan not to make public
tho pricos roaliznl for ft-ur of
milliner tho auction business for -
bids any furthor mention thereof.
Tho total amount realized by
tho salo was .111)000, tho first cost
of tho articles sold being ovor
The ladies of tho Sooiuty will
moot in a day or two to disciiHs
tho project of incorporating Tho
Hawaiian llolinf Society as a or
mani'iit institution, but in the
monntinio aro not neglecting any
They arc taking caro of a cam
ber of Knkatiko fishermon and
thoir famillOB who are nt presont
debarred from oarning their usual
living by tho regulations ol tho
Board of Health, although many
of the members think that as tho
government has arbitrarily de
prived those poor Itawaiiaiis from
tho menus of livelihood it should
furnish Others or take care of
thorn until it does.
MtltlOIIS V,U KHC.V.H.
AcolnKI Inptnln l'mil Smith im Niic--liitctMlnut
of the lrdger.
ICditoh BuLLirrix: Tho under
signed oinplnyt-H of tho Govorn
ment tlredgor ibsiro to mako the
following statoniont in which we
charge 'Cajitain Paul Smith, cap
tain of tho Government dredger,
vtth g'oss dishonesty and specify
our charges as folio ivs:
1st On or about tho fifteeuth
of August, 18!)'), while the dredger
was at work at tho Oceanic wharf,
forty tins of opium were turned
up 'by tho dredger, brought
on board and turned ovor
to Captain Paul Smith. Iso
mention of this find was mado to
Government ofliciuls and tho
opium mentioned was afterward
sold to privato parties, of which
transaction wo have proofs.
2nd That during the month of
November, 1801, while tho dredgor
wna at work at tho railroad wharf.
Captain Smith ordorod two of tho
employes to take lumber
from the dredgor to his
houeo, situated on Fort
street, ninuka of Boiotnnin stroet,
and to construct for him, on his
premises thore, a fence and chick
en house, using tho foreir.ontion
ed lumbor, which was Govern
ment material and was not paid
for by Captain Smith.
Tho employes who performed tho
labor of construction of tlio fence
and building were not remuner
ated by Captain Smith, but their
timo was turned in on tho regular
payroll for tho week during which
they wero engaged upon Captain
bmith's pr.vato trttairs, thus de
frauding tho Government of S24
worth of labor, besides tho mate
(Signed) IV. Stokes.
V. It Johnson.
Honolulu, Oct. 15, 18'J5.
V'Olty HroM'u'n C'ikvo.
Judge Perry found "Scotty"
Brown guilty of tin assault with
a deadly weapon at the conclusion
nf his trial yostorday afternoon
and sentenced him to two yours
imprisonment and 200 fine. Tho
case will bo appoaled, and in the
meantime the dt fondant is out on
boiulB vitli T. B. Murray us his
Kerr m- u Temperance Adio'.ute.
Ill order to impress upon your
mind tho fact that the Seattle
life winy atul Miillimj Co'h beers
aro Mild. Light and Lively, we
below give tho average per oout of
alcohol in various liquors in com
"Rainier" Jieer... 3.1 porconl
"0ii?tV lleer. . 11.1
On draught at tho Critorion.
(Tram I. & Journal vf iltiteint.)
ln without doubt treated and cured more eaten than
emU till a lar;c. bottle nf lux nbMjluto cure, free to
Wo advl anyone, wlililng euro to adurt ,
1'jof. W. 1L 1'iUiKi;, l 1 i Cixtat bu, Ncv Yoik.
THOSE INFORMERS AGAIN. I
HOJIIf Ol' TIIKIK
Tlir Outcnnie ol llle TrouliIcK (if the
l'cdro 1'anrtlv Oilier Pollen
At this morning's s'jaion of the
fJistrict Court the charges against
Henry Cockott fir ass tult, "Wil
liam Daly for being drunk and
Pallia for assault were dismissed
in short order.
Anakolio pleaded cuiltv of
malicious mischief in tenring
down threo dollars worth of foncc,
tho property of Eleazor Lazarus.
Ho wus -fined 5 and costs.
The Pedro families woro in
Court -again this morning and
Mrs. Palekni Pedro testified to a
hair-pulling and biting match
with her sitter-in-law, which
was tho outcomo of the
low hetweon tho two brothors.
Palekai got tho worst of it for a
tmie, hut finally got on lop of her
antagonist and mado her cry
Judge Parry finally sottled tho
dilierencis of tho family by find
ing both Stun and his wife guilty.
Sam got a 10 fiuo and his pugi
listic wife half tho amount, with
$1.75 added to ench for tho costs
of tho Court. Petor Pedro, whoso
case was tried on tho 10th aud
taken under advisement, was
found not guilty.
Boforo tho case of .Mnk.iimn,
which was portly heard this morn
ing, is concluded, considerable
light will bo thrown on tho meth
ods used by a number of informers
to socure convictions for selling
liquo" without a license. Mnkniimi
lives near tho Insane Asylum and
is under arrest on that charge.
His attorneys, A. G. M.
Bobortson and J. K. Kau
lia. nro sifting tho mattor
nud mannor of bis arrost to tho
very bottom and tho principal
witness for tho prosecution was
kopt Jti tho stand tho bettor part
of tho morning sosion. This
was Julius Lnndonberg whom
speoial detective Cordes uses
when ho puts up oiio of his fancy
jobs on thoso whom ho sus
pocts of soiling liquor without the
Lundenuorg's testimony boiled
down is that after ingratiating
himself with Mnkaima and tho
girl Pho.'bo and othors who
friquented tho place, during
which ho had puichuSed wine
when by himself, ho went to tho
houso accompanied by Charles
Ott and Xavior, whoro ho found
tho dofotidnnt and a lady. Nego
tiations ensuod which rosulted
in tho purchase of a bottle !
of gin for ?1.2.'i and one of wine I
for 50 conts. Like the groat do-
tectivo for whom hi was working :
Lutidcnberg is an expert on
liquors ana was able to swoar
positively this morning that it
was giu ho bought, for ho tasted it
on the spot, the actions of tho
informors at this stago of tho I
proceedings seamed to have
alarmod tho defendant and
ho started to leavo, but I
was forced to remain snated I
by tho present ition of n pistol at
him by Ott. All of this timo tho
money was on tho table, but tio
defendant afterwards took id. but
whother under the inlluenco of tho
pistol or not has not yet como out
in evidence. At this juncture
Cordea, who had stationod himself
fifty feet away on tho
entrance of his informors, mado
his nppouranco and tho arrest
took place. Tho houso wns thou
searched and n big bottlo of gin
and two domijohns woro found.
Tho wituosa did not know what
tho contents of tho domijohiiH
wus, but How t,,!,t !10 WWB ful1
of something because it was very
heavy by thu time ho got it to tho
. , other
jliiu ouiainu l((U nut (llltjuii
with Mr. 1uiidi'nherg vet, and
having wormod the pistol episodo
out of him nro fmhinc for moro
'I'l... .lr..,.. .. i it I.
i tostimony vhich will show up tho
puouinr iiioiuoiis auopteu uy in
forniors. Till: 1IOAHI) Ol' IIKAI.TII.
llnriiotrn All Itcttrlrtlonw on School-
el Ihlrrii from Iiirecled
The Board of Health held a
special short bcssion at .'J p. m.
Dr. Emerson moved that the
restrictions hcretoforo put on the
nttondance nt school of childron
from tho infected districts bo re
A supplementary report from
the commit too on contaminutod
wator was road nnd filed.
A resolution wns carried allow
ing quarantined Chiueso to leave
for Maui and Hawaii on tho Ki
latiea llou thin afternoon.
Tho qtuirjintiiic on the crows of
tho island steamers was discussed
and it was fina'ly decided that if
no cholera cashes hippon boforo
Saturday, tho mon will bo allow
ed i.shoro, but thoy will not bo
allowed to land at any other port.
One Whereof ItolHle to I'lllln lino.
ter mid Another to un Out-
A Filibuster, who had exhausted
his supjili'of wind in an oudcuvor
to conviuco the p.-oplo of tho
Ocean Metropolis that ho vns
about to descend upon them in
forco, called upon Boreas to ro
plonish his lungs.
"I am sorry," said his Atmos
pheric Godship, "but I nm afraid
that I cannot fill your ordor; it is
now near tho -time of tho Wintry
Gales and tho constant heavy
calls from yourself and Mr. Wil
licassol havo mado it necessary
for mo to husband my store of I
"Besides, the peculiar manner
in which you blow yourself oil' at
tho Sandwich Islands has con
vinced mo that you aro not tho
Lulu you supposo yourself to ho."
"Ho! No Lulu!" exclaimed tho
Whereupon, tho Major and the
Minor BreizeH woro convulsed
with mirth at tho silly pun, while
Boreas let drive such'a blast thut
A Postmaster was soon going
into a Toy Store, and when asked
by the Gentlemanly Attendant
what ho desired to bo served with,
"1 wish to purchase nn Air
Gun. I am KOintr on a still hunt
after a man namod Morning
Hondorson. Ho bus a Monthly
Hawaiian Gasnipe, and I am re
solved upon shooting him with
his own woapons."
"Indeed," said tho Goutlomanly
Attendant, "1 wish you suc
cess, esptoiully as the party
you mention is not ono of our
Customers. Como in again byo
and byo and buy a Bicycle"."
"Thanks," answered tho P. M.,
as ho secreted the Paicel in his
Mail-bug; "1, will do so after I
havo mado this Dark llorso take
Moral: lusuro your life.
Inspector David Keliipio did
good work this morning whon he
condemned a lot of putrifying fish
nnd ordorod it destroyed. The
lot consisted of sevontoou choico
specimens of ob and woro for
warded from Kunloii by a nutivo
named Koholo. Investigation
showed thoy woro caught yostcr
day morning and had spoiled on
tho way horo.
MULLER'S CASE IS HERE..
'".!' JUSTICi: JUIMI U'1'ltOVI..V
IIISIIOI' 1.STATI: AKOltMS.
.TInttrr of Inlrrot In the 1'roluitt
Department ol llm Circuit
Honry Smith. Clerk of tha
Judiciary Department, is a com
missioner to take depositions at
Honolulu in tho ease of A. E. V.
Mullorvs. Charles Edwurd Birr,
and James Huddart. This is tlw
suit for -t50,000 brought ly
Muller, ono of the trio who weit
the nioneers of tho nolitieal e vil
after tho insurrection of Januan ,
against tlio Uanattian Australian.
Steamship Company, for forcibly
taking him away from this country.
Tho two others wero Johnston and
Cranstonn. Tho first named de
fendant was captain of tho steam
ship Warriuioo "tho big ship
that took my John from niu."
as tho old ballad runs. Mr.
llutldart is managing owner or
C immissionor Smith has posted
a notice at the entrance to tho
Clerk's office, addressed to A. E.
W. Mulkr, Wilson anil Campbell,
h's attorneys, and to thoir agents,
in Honolulu. They are notified
that, in pursunuco of a commission,
issued to him (Mr. Smith) by tho
Supromo Court of British Colum
bia he has appointed his oflico at
tho Court Honso in Honolulu, nnil
will begin taking depositions at
10 a.m. on Friday, 18th iust.
Also that tho following witnesses
will bo examined by him at tho
said timo and place, and there
after from timo to time un
til such testimony is completed :
J L Zitvior, Goo Cavunaugh, E G
Hitchcock, F II Wagner, L
Borildt. J L Osmnr. fJnu f'nr.1...
C Wichort, C N Johansen, S B
Dole, W O Smith, F M Hatch, J.
Chief Justico Judd this morn
ing approved tho accounts of the.
Trustees of the Bishop Estate
disallowing, howovor, $130 of the.
It is stipulated hetwoon Messrs
Neumann and Hatch, attorneys
respectively for petitioner and
contestants, that tho matter oi"
tho contest to tho potition of S. '
Ehrlich, bankrupt. for a discharge
will ho hoard on Tuosday, IStli.
Ktihoohanohiino. niece of James?.
Kiiknnn, deceased intestate, pe
titions for letters of administra
tion to A. P llaiola. Tho estato
is valued at SSuO.
Maria Enn and John C. Lane
havo petitioned that u guardimi
bo appointed for William C. Lane,
an alleged spendthrift. Judge
Coopor bus accordingly Rign
id an injunction forbid
ding respondent, his ngonts,
attornoNs and servants from soil
ing, mortgaging or otherwise dis
posing of or encumbering tho ienh
estate bolouging to him, until
furthor order of the Court, nndoc
penalty of boing adjudged guilty
of contempt of court.
The potitioners aro dauuhtor
and son of respondent, who is 7t
years of ngo. Thoy allege that
he is about to conclude a sale of
valuublo rico hind in Koolaulon
to Senator Hocking of Maui, anil
deohiro thoir fear that tho inouov
so procured would be squandered
Kespondent is summoned to an -swor
tho potition on tho ;UsL
Why .ol Your
When thousands of people are taklntr Ili.oilV
biirsaparllla to overcome the weaknei" t
laiiKuor which arc ko coiniaoa ut this ,, 1
why arc you not doluK the ka.e? When yon"
know that Hood', S..r.purlll has powcM .
cure r iciiinntUm, lpc .,1a and all dl.er
cuuml l,y Impure Moid hy do S
nue to mtrcrr Hood's euresothers why cr
Hood's Piu.sarc iirompt and clllcleut,
TH IN PAPER krP.i.on flierti:
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