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HONOLULU, H. I.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1895.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
HOW THE DAY WAS SPENT. I tl'JrjSrS
Publitiheu every day oxcnrit Sunday nt
009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro In tho Ha
waiian Islands 3 76
Per Year. 8 00
Per Ycnr, postpaid to Amotion,
Cannon, or Mexico 1000
Per Ycnr, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countrios 13 00
l'liynlilo Iiivurlnblv 1" Ailvnucu.
Telephone 250. I. O. Box 80.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Keeps tbo scalp
cool, moist, healthy,
and freo from dan.
Uruff. It is tho
boat drcsslnjr in
tho world, and is
Those desiring to
retain tho youthful
appearance of tho
2 v a need
Iyer's Hair Vigor.
Cold Medals at the World' Great expositions.
C3T" Beware of cheap Imitation. The name
Ayer-U rumtitviii on th wrpir,auu U
lilowu latlioglan of each bottle.
Hollister Druo; Co., Ltd.
Bole Auentb for tho ltcimlilio of Hawaii.
A niC ATTKNDANCK AT Tilt: I'OOT
Tho Mllltnry Darado and Ilci lew- Ner-
vlcen nt (lie CliitrcXiow Hand
Concert ut the Ilolel
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SoiiictliiiiK lukresting !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FKOM JAN 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
Thanksgiving day was moro
gouorally observed yesterday
t lift ti nn nnv rMvini'i vT1 i
" ' J
ing tuo flrot U.iiO it wt.j iu.do a
national function. Tho day wns
generally obsuived as u hul-day,
all tho government nflW .d
wliohsalo storos being closod on
titoly. Some of tho retail storos
opened for a little whilo in tho
morning, but by 10 o'clock busi
ness was pretty generally sub-
Large numbers of pooplo gath
ered in Union Squaro to view tho
parade of the military, which was
n fino ono, tho full strength of tho
National Guard boing roprosonted
nud nearly five hundred men be
ing in lino. Tho parado loft tho
drill shod about a quarter of an
hour lato and wob headed .by a
detachment of polico under the
command of Captain Parkor. This
was followed by tho band and tho
regular companies. The artillery
nttroctod tho most attontion, two
galling guus, two mountain how
itzers and two heavy gunH boing
in the procession. Captain Car
ter's mouutud company turnod out
to its full Btrength and the mount
ed police undor Captain Cook
brought up tho rear. Tho troopB
marched through tho principal
streets, nftonvards roturuiug to
the Executive budding wheio they
pissed in review beforo President
Dolo and other notablos.
At 2 o'clock tho Star's nows-
TUnitl.Ml U KSTION.
lU'.I'OKT U' virKMllti'l
).i:ai. hisu :: m
I'nll Uurigd oi Count Hiid Amerlenti
Ileum-" HorrllileMory ol the Co-
rean Queen. le.atli.
Cummins wns I ATFST FRRFIRN NFWS
hurt towards tho end of the came
and Tom Pryco took bin place.
Wlion the gimo was over both
teams and their friends adjourned
to Steiner's ice cream parlors and !
In tho oveniug tho coneoil at
tho Hawaiian hotel drew out a
larg- number of pcoplo, who gav
evuloncu of tlu-ir appreciation of
Iho good music provided by fte
iliiont applauyo, but tho boys wore
too tired to accept encoros.
Sorvico-5 were hold at all the
churches during tho morning and
tlmy worn gi'neri'll v well attended.
' .;, iietachmont of tho Ben
niugton's men wore given shoro
leave during tho day and onjoyod
themselves as only sailors can.
Tliieo of thn soldiers succumb
ed to tho heat during tho parado
and had to leave tho ranks. In
cluding thoso who were hurt in
the footb.ill game thero wero no
other casualties during tho day.
to be Hettrr
G H 31 u in m & Co.'s extra
Pommorv k Groi.o 11,798
Meet & Chaudou 9.G08
Hoidsieck & Co., (dry
Louis It ledorer 3.438
Perrier Jouot 3.286
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
St. Marcoitus 331
Chas. Hoidsieck 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agouts for G. H. Munun & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Dr. W. L. Moore
Spcilul ttentlon (;len to diseases of tlm
ejo and car.
2 lo 4 pin.
Waluunuimo Avo. nwir Court lloiihu. Ifi.'Mf
boys and thoir juvenilo frionds to
tho nuinbor ot sixty wero given a
dinner by tho proprietors of that
paper, which was an event which
will long be remembored by thorn.
Tho littlo follows marohod from
tho Star office to Love's bakery,
whoro thoy feasted thornsolves to
thoir hearts' content on turkey,
minco pio aud othor good thiugs.
Messrs. Towso and Hoogs handled
tho n flair aa thnugh thoy
had boon thore thomselves and
knew just what tho little boys
wantod. Aftor tho dinner thoy
wero given u ride and froo admis-1 keep
siou to tue looiunii game, wnero
thoy yelled and tooted horns liko
good follows. Many people look
ed in on tho boys while thoy wero
at dinuor. Miss Kate Field of
tho Chicago Times and a Bulletin
representative wero also present.
The football game was tho con
fer of attraction in tho afternoon
and a very largo crowd was pre
sent. It was nearly i o'clock,
howover, before tho gamo com
menced, but tho crowu was a
good-naturod ono aud inado uo
exceptions. Captain Singer's Re
liables won tho toss and took tho
makai position, whilo Captain
Long's Defenders lined up oppo
site to thorn. Tho two teams
seomed to be well matched and
for a long timo thero was little ad
vantage gained by cither side.
Finally liapai got tho ball and
made a fino run, scoring a touch
down. Sopor kickod tho ball
and mado a goal. Score for tho
first half: Dcfcndors ti; Ileliablos
In tho secoud half Fern and
Woods wero substituted for tho
captains of both teams, who wore
compelled to retire on account
of injuries recoived. Hapai again
distinguished hiuiBolf in this half
by another brilliant run in which
ho carried tho bull within eight
yurds of the boundary, but noither
sido scored. All tho boys did
thoir best but Sopor, Clarko,
Cummins, Ootiradt, Johnsou aud
Chris Holt ospociully distinguish-
Thoro is still turbulonco in
Asia Minor. Turkish troops nro
concontrnting to move upon Zoi
toun, where the Armenians aro
The U. S. S. Minneapolis has
been ordered to join the Marblo
bead and San Francisco in Turk
ish waters. It is said the British
Government would bo glad to seo
tho American ships make a demonstration.
Queen Victoria bus sent an au
tograph lottor to tho Sultan, say-
inc that suo had been uoopiy dis
tressed by reason of tho ropirts
of tho Armenian massacres in the
Russian frontier guards near
Kars havo killed or captured
many Kurds, who havo been on
gaged in pursuing Armenians
trying to escape.
A letter recoived in Boston from
n reliable correspondent in Con
stantinople contains tho following
cm tho situation thero: "Tho
Turks are moro sensible than bo-
foro, us thoy realize thut tho ac
tion of tho Armoniana is not
against thomsolvos but against a
systom of government which all
detest. Thore is a remarkable
change from tho feoling of three
wooks ngo, whou any Turk seomed
to long to kill any Anuoninn.
"At tho samo time the palaco
party is diligently circulating
stories of Armoman outragos
By tho steamer Coptic which
arrived on Wednesday oveuing,
after u fairly good passago from
San Francisco, foroign ditus to
and including the 2lst iust. wero
received. A comprohonsivo sum
mary of the leading evonts of the
world sinco provioiu ndvicts is
Tho Duko of Marlborough's
lawyer contradicts tho marnauo
sottlemont. Tho Duke declined
to take u shilling of his bride's
money, and the wholo of it w
settled upon her in the ordinary
way. It is not truo that there is
a heavy mortgage on tho Blouhoim
Prince Bismarck lately received
Congressman Bartholdi' of St.
Louis. Uo asked him many ques
tions about America , how the
Germans did thero, whother the
Jows, who have loft the Old World
and settled Amorica, woro perse
cuted to any extent, etc.
Jaboz Spencer Balfour, who
was extradited with much dilli-
c.ilty from Argentina, and three
associates in tho Liberator cum
rnuiien swindles have boen con
victed in London. Sentence was
Thero is a great disturbance in
tho London and Paris stock
uiaikets, caused by liquidation
sales, political apprehensions and
a heavy fall in tho prices of for
oign securities aud mining shares.
Tho insurgent leaders, it is ro
porttd, .r convinced that thoy
a.inuot "Uccoim! if the planters aru
allowed t grind sugar. Thoy
h v - ci limed that thoy will
. , t pi nit i'ioii properly if the
plantain will hire no ablo-bodied
won and grind no sugar. The
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planters itivut uiu ouiiiu tnuoc.
i , d France, as well as
utu.i xji.iaiu, aie going to puin
claims against Vonozuola. A
Spanish cruiser hns loft Havana
in a hurry for that country.
It is reported by the Chineso
papers that tho Cjueon of Coren
was hung np by tho hair and,
aftor bning otherwise abused,
soaked in oil and then burned
alive in tho rear of tho palace, hor
body being reduced to ashes
Thirty rotainors woro butchorod
and thoir bodies loft lying about
ijni run STATES.
HUnlnc Stock Room Wauled.
A special committoo has boen
appointed in the New York Con
solidated Stock and Potroleum
Kxchange to seo what can bo
done to bring tho boom in mining
stocks to that city. Mcmbors
havo for months looked with en
vious oyes toward London, whore
tho groat Kaffir crazo had mado a
fow millionaires and ruined nearly
ovorybody else. Thero has also
been a spurt in tho West. Hop
resontativo won at tho mooting
urged upon tho committee tho
nbsolute necessity for a thorough
weeding out of all wildcat min
feeling of ancer
against thorn. Tho Turkish pa
triotic party is opouly declaring
that tho Sultan is tho cuuso of all
tho troubles that nflliot the conn
try. Tho Minister of Mitrine hafi
been throatonod by tho Moslem
patriotic con mitto and is care
hilly gmrdod by the troops in his
Amateur llaiebiill LeHgua.
An nmatour basebill leaguo has
boon formed to pay a serins of
thirteen games, tho iir.it of which
will come oft" on Decombor 7, a
week from tomorrow. Tho league
is composed of threo clubs the
Harts, Welcomes and Mniles. G.
Lowis is captain of tho first-named
aud Alex. Pahau of the Mailes.
Games will tako place at the
Louguo grounds and tho usual
admission be charged.
The Hawaiian band will givo a
moonlight concert at Thomas
squaro this evening, with tho fol
Overture-"Storj Cllj" Terwl
MarcU-'-Couipany A, NQU"....
8dectlon-"Kobln Hood" Do Eoteu
SeUctlon "German Bonci" Kappcj
Fantaela-"A fustoral Sccuo"..
Waltz "Paniilir Waven" Ituiioi Id
MarL ".Manhattan fleach" Soma
neportcd Atrocltle. by tho Auieer of
It is roported tliat tho Ameer of
Afghanistan is greatly annoyed ut
tho failure of his secoud son, upon
his recent visit to England, to
arrange for a pormanont ropro
soutaiivo in London. In conso
quenoe of tho Ameer's rago many
porsons have been buried alive,
aud a great number imprisoned,
whilo many have Hod. A notable
who accompanied the prince will
bo tortured nn his return home,
aud it is believed tho princo him
self will bo punished. Tbo son
took loads of costly presents for
tho royalties of Europe, and his
few wooks' visit to London cost
tho British Government 33,000
for entertainments und travoling
expensos, occlusive of the large
bills brought in by tho proprie
tors of hotols whero tho prince
stopped, because of tho peculiar
methods of tho ninety nativos of
his suito. Somo of them evon
Killed and prepared tho animals
for their master's food, in tho Af
gunistun mode, at the rooms in
Tim CI) HAS YVAIt.
Ilebela Win u (ireat Ilutlle Spaniard.
Aftor sovonteeu hours' fighting,
tho insurgonts defeuted tho
Spaniards, killing and wounding
live hundred, but with small loss
to tho Cubans. A Spanish Gon
eral who was wounded had a
narrow escnpo from capture.
Santiago is to bo ovacuatod by
Thore is a report of another
battlo, in whioh -150 rebels wero
defeated by 150 Spaniards,
through tho nogligonce of tho
Winston Churchill, oldest son
of the lato Lord Randolph
Churohill, is with the Spanish
tioopb studying thoir oporatiouB.
Lad Derail a Train Outing Lou
Four lads wrocked a New Tork
Central train near Homo, and the
engineer and n tramp woro killed,
while the fireman, mail clerk and
another tramp wero seriously in
jured. The train was derailed on
a down grade when, it is thought,
it was making close to seventy-five
milos an hour. Throe of tho lads
woro urrosted and havo mado a
full confession. Thoy havo boen
put on trial for murdor i'i the
first dogroo, but owing to their
youth it is expected they will on.
ly bo convicted of murder in tho
Denver, Nov. 20. flurry C.
Clnrk, half mile unpacod. 59 sec
onds, boating a record of 1:00 2-5.
Louisville, Nov. 18. Peto Bor
ic, two-mile flying start paced,
3:43 1 5, against 3:48 by Cox.
Coulter lowers Johnson's record
of 1:25 for tho paced standing
threo quarters of a mile to 1:23
It is said Corbott aud Filzsim
mons will fight, tho forfeit being
up and tho plnco selocted.
Ex-Sonator Allan G. Thurman
is rocovoring from his sorious ill-
Postmastor Hoeing of Chiougo
says thoro is moro than $100,000,
000 in roal and personal property
in thut city which does not up
poar on the Auosor's books.
The millors will uppoal to Con
gress for a reciprocity clauso re
lating to lhur exports. They
claim millions of dollars have
beeu lost, through the present
tariff arrangements, in the flour
Thoro is u squubblo between
Lord Dunraven und Mr. Isolin,
owner of tho Dofondor, owing to a
chargo published by tho former
thut forty tons of pig lead ballast
was put on board tho Amoricun
yacht between tho timo she wus
mousurod and tho timo of tho
SecroUry Herbert is pressing
vigorously the preparations of
pluns for the dofonso of tho Unitod
States against possiblo attack by
any foreign naval powor.
Hanlan won tho first of throe
rncos with Buboar at Galveston.
Bubear won thoseoond by a length
in the remarkable time of S:'Z0.
Hiinhin twicu fouled the turning
i li gold reserve has dropped
I) lo v I'ighty-sovon millions.
Uupairs wib bo mado to tho
battleship Texas to fit her for her
1 ck trial, b it w 1' -,t' '. 1 nv the
ves-ol in uu uii8itinfHCt"ry state for
Mmy of tho newly m lived llt
pi.blicau rr.ombers of Congress nl
usliiugtou uecl.tro for having &
Seuator Chaiidu-r ki vs the agi ae
nient of the officers ol tho Truiltc
Association signifies nothing law
than a railr ad trust.
Tho battlexhipludiuna has gout
In tho proceedings for n now
trial for Holmes, tho wholesale
murdorer, at Philadelphia ono of
his counsel, a comparative strung,
oy named Shoomakcr, wus thor
oughly cxposod as having paid t
bribe of $20 to a woman, whom
dotectivos hnd secured, to mnko t
fa'.so affidavit. Tho respoctable
senior counsel bad no knowledge
of tho conduct of his ussociate be
foro the oxposnre. Shoemaker
was nrrosted for subornation a"
An onomous comet is b"ing
watched by tho astronomers. It
is moving east and south.
Ikar Admiral Carpenter saileiS
from Yokohama for San Francis
co by tho Gaelic on tho lGth iust
Admiral MoNear loaves San Fran
cisco to tike commiud of the
Asiatic station on the 30th.
Commander Hoyormnn, U.S.N.,
was buried at Detroit on the 16th.
Twenty-two thousand pouudc
of tobacco, that cost $7000, has
boon condomned as unfit for use
I at Mare Island navy yard.
Dr. S. F. Smith, author of the
patriotic hymn "America," died
at Newton, alass. , on tho 16th.
inst., aged 87 yeais.
About twenty peoplo woro kill
ed at Clovolund, Ohio, by a
oloctric car fulliug a hundred feet
through an open drawbridge inta
ST.tltTKI) "WITH HAWAII.
llolman f Indiana
Washington, Nov. 15. Judge
llolman, of Indiana, who war.
known in congress as "Tho Watch
dog of tho Treasury ," is in Wash
ington and will probably romain
here all winter, on account a
Mrs. Holman's fooble boalth.
In spoaking of tho rocont de
feat of his party, Judge Holmsci
"The trouble is with the ad
ministration, and not so much
with legislation. Thoro has boor,
nothing in legislation sinco the
51st congress to oxoito public
uisshtisl.'iction or cause distress.
Tho misfortunes of tho deinccrata
began with tho mistake in the
Hawaiian matter. Tho deposed
qtioon hud nn possible olaim orz
tho Unitod States for respect or
consideration. Mr. Harrison made
a mistako in houdicg bis treaty to
the seuato aud providing for the
annexation of the Hawaiian isl
ands. Tue proposition to piy the;
rjuoou a t.otision aud hcrniocoa
lump sum of money, in other
words, to buy from her the isl
ands, as if sho had a ptoprietary
right iu Hum, was uttorly absurd
and inconsistent, und Mr Clove
land was entirely right in with
drawing thut troaty.
"Nevertheless, tho mistako of
Mr. Harrison was lost sight of,
being overshadowed by the great
er mistakes of Mr. Cleveland's
administration. Tho attempt to
rostoro tho quoan was an error,
and unpopular, and it was an
affront to tho sensibilities of tho
American poople to have the stare
and stripos pulled down by tho
agent of the administration, Z
don't think wo should havo an
nexed tho islands, but u difltirotil
couibo should havo been followaJ.
from that adopted."