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VOL. l. NO. 180.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday at
COO King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro in the Ha
waiian Islands 8 75
Per Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
CunnUn, or Jlexieo 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countrios 13 00
l'nynhlo Iiivni-luulv In Alitnou.
Telephone 250. 1 O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Undo Ilor Life Miserable, but She is
llcml tlio tcMlmony of Mr. 1). Ot
Mmir, Colmrff, Victoria, whoso por
trult 1 alto k'uhi
"Porno few years ago I suffered
terribly with Indigestion nnd gon
eral debility. I could not -sleep,
nnd my condition was such sis to
iimko my lifo miserable. Xono of
tlio inany remedies L tried did 1110
any good, nnd I despaired or ever
getting better. One of my friends
told 1110 of tho blood-purifying ami
fltrengtb-givlng properties of Ayvi'i
Sarsaparilla, and I began taking it.
Heroic 1 had llnished thollrst bottle
J felt better, and was thus encour
"ed to givotho medicine n thoiougli
trial. In all I used four bottles,
and then was perfectly cured of the
grievous trouble which had iilllleled
nt. 1 now recommend, to .myoiiu
buffering as I did.
a Splendid Herve and Blood Modlclne.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho ltcpublio of Hawnii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FKOM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
Q H Mumm & Co.'s extra
Pommory & Greno 11,798
Moet & Ohaudon 9.G08
Heidsieck & Co., (dry
Louis Itoedoror 3,438
Perrier Jouot 3.28G
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
BouohbSeo . 992
St. Mnrooiux 334
Ohas. Hoidsiock 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agonts for G. H.Mumm A Co.
for tlio Hawaiian Islands,
WHAT i8 A NEWSPAPER?
junm: slack m:cint:s am old
Mciiernl Nc', llnllicr Than Golirrul
t'lrciilnlliin, In ilm Irir 'let
to lie Aiillrl.
Aii important quostion of nowu
papor law wus nrguod beforo
Judgo Slack in San Francisco n
oouplo nf wooks since in tlio cele
brated caso of Jonnio Haley
nguinst tbo cstato of tho Into
Captain Frederick G. Clark, who
wus lost in tlio Arctic with tho
ill-fated Dagniar in 1879.
Tlio quostion involved has lung
boon a subject of much troublo
in tho courts, going to the solu
tion of tbo old query, "What is a
In tho CU60. nl bar, after notico
to creditors bad been published
in tho Pacific Irish-American,
und tlio time for tho presentation
of clnims had expired, Gonoral
Hart prosontod n demand of Jon
nie Hnloy far 4185 for board and
lodging. Tho Public Administra
tor consented to tho nllowanco of
this claim and tho Court ordered
it paid. Attorney Sliuok, on be
bulf of tho hoirs, mnvod to vacato
this order of allowanco on tho
ground that thoro had been no
On tbo argumout General Hart
contendod that tho Pacific Irish
American was not a nowspapor
either of gonoral circulation or at
all, but addroBsed itself to a class
only. Attorney Shuck nrgued that
publication in such n paper was
wurrunted by soction 1490 of tho
code of Civil Procednro, and also
was sustained by tho Supremo
Couit in tho estato of .Tamos O.
O'Sullivan in Juno, 1890. Ho
rondo the point that publications
of notices to creditors in weekly
papers not of goneral circulation
wero vory common, and that to
hold such publications invalid
would hnvo tho effect of clouding
tho titlo to nearly all tho real
estate in tho city.
Judgo Slack examined a filo of
tho Pacifio Irish-Amorican, which
General Hnrt Jnd brought into
court, and remarked that although
it was ovidently not of general
circulation, it contuined news
political, sporting and gonoral
besides editoriuls, and camo with
in the category of nowspapors.
Tho name of tbo paper only ap
plied to a class. He vacated tho
former order under whioh tho
claim of Jennie Haley had boon
In this case tho lottors of ad
ministration to the Public Ad
ministrator woro not recorded
until after tho order of publica
tion of notico to creditors was
mndo, although they hpd been
uctuully issued and the Adminis
trator had qualified. Thero was
nrgumont over this, but tho Court
decided against Goneral Hart on
this point also.
tiii: jai'ani.ms m:irrLi:.
The Horned Ton il Apncnra to bo Wlmt
In Wanted in II Cnc.
Evorybody bus udmired the big
umbrella tree in tho yard of On
bu prison, at leust everybody who
has boon inside tho juil on busi
or otherwise. It is tho pride of
tho prison and furnishes shade
for tho prisoners besides being
usod as a covering for ohuroh
sorvices and asBOinblagos of other
kinds at whioh all the prisoners
can attoml. But tho Japanesa
bootlo attaokod it recently and
mado sad havoc with its um
Jailor Low appliod to Commis
sion Marsdon for relief and that
geutlornan furnished him with a
few horned tenuis whioh ho ro
cently obtained from Bun Diego.
The experiment wus a huccuhb,
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY.
the toads vvvro turned loose in tht
yard, tho prisoners told for what
purposo nnd instructed not to
modulo with them, and now thoro
are no more Japanese booties in
tho confines of O.iliu jail. The
horned toad has dono its work
cfloctuully and in short ordor, and
tho troo is rapidly nssu ning is
formor vigor nnd be-mty.
The experiment cannot be rc-
peutod olsoahoro too quickly rr
too often, and every garden should
have n colony of toads. Thoy
aro innocent, hnrmloss and cost
nothing to keop, although they
have a partiality for tho common
housefly as an occasional luxury.
They also tnako nico play-things
for ohildren, who should bo in
structed, however, us to thoir uti
lity and warned not to torment
I'ncMo Loil-i) or; Nmoim Hnd a CJood
lime Ln( Hlglit.
Pacific Lodgo of Masons, No.
822, under tho jurisdiction of tho
grand Lodgo of Scotland, histull
od its nowly oloetod officers last
night, Past Miibter Alexander
Mackintosh of Hawaiian Lodge,
No. 21, acting as installing offi
cor. Following nro tho uow ofli
cors of tho lodge:
Urn Henry I Cooper, Itllit Wontlilpful
liro Jrtmcs A Klnc, Depute Master,
llro C 11 ltlnlcy, Subsllttile Muster.
Ilro John l'lillllps, Senior Waiilcn.
llio F II AutTb.n.li, Junior Wnnlen.
llro W O Atwatcr, Treasurer.
Hro II II Williams, Secretary.
Ilio It F I.anfre, Olmplaln.
Jlro Jno Casslilj, denlor Dearon.
Ilro Kilwln Hughes, Junior Deacon.
Ilro i: l" IIUIiop, Stnliir tjtuivarJ.
Urn I. O Abies, Junior Stcnanl.
Ilro Henry Smith, Inner (iuaril.
Ilro J M Auus, Tyler.
After the installation coromonios
wore over, tho membors githerod
in the banquoting room and pur
took of a banquet preparod for
tho occasion by tho cooks of the
Pacific olob, which cotnprisod
every delicacy thnt could bo wish
ed for. During the ovening tho
followinc toasts wero given:
C II Ripley, Masonic Charity.
K I Dole, Tbo Ladles, Absent but Not
I'aul Neumann, Tlio Social Side of. Masonry.
Sir Kobcrt Herron, Masonry in thu Mother
Alex Mackintosh, Masonry us a proijrcislvo
W O Atwatcr, Our Newly Obligated
About forty membors nnd in-
vitod guests participated nnd thoy
nro loud in thoir praiso of the
mannor in which tho committeo
on tho lunquot, Judge Whiting
and E. F. Bishop, acquitted them-
A.TIATEDIl ATI1LETIV OLUU.
Will Hnvo a I'lold llnr on tlio
Seventeenth ul" JuniiHry.
On the 17th of January next tho
Honolulu Athletic Club will havo
a fiold day at Kapioluni Park, of
which tho following is tho pro
gram: 1 One-mile novice bicycle.
2. 100 yaids dusb, handicap.
3. Half-mile boys' bicycle, hand
A. Running high jump, handi
cap. 5. Half-mile bicycle, handicap.
G. 410 yards dish.
7. Threo-minuto class bioyclo.
8. Polo vault, handioap.
9. Ono-milo novolty bicyclo.
10. 120 yards hurdle, handicap.
11. Onu-milo run.
12. One-inilo bioyclo, handicap.
13. Putting Bhot, handicap.
14. Running broad jump.
15. 220 yards dash, handicap.
10. Threo-rnilo lap bicycle.
17. Ring tournament.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
offico Cottago No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephono No. 015. Ofiico
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thoro is only one p'.iico in Ho
nolulu wboro yon can got fresh
candy overyday.Tho Pulaco candy
store outers to the host people,
antl you cun always got what you
DECEMBER 17. 1895.
HOMESTEADS ON HAWAII.
Ai.iiiitAiti,i: tiiiiiit and Kvrr.it
I'ltisn or iiawaii v.s.
Wlcli I'civ i:xrri,llon ttio Srlllrr nrr
Ht.ltiL- Well Durlllits In
ttoiikex of 1'CI'IIM.
James n. Boyd, clork of tho
Laud Offico, retumod by the
stoamor W. G. Kail last weok
from i lour of inspection of tlAi
homosteodB on the island of Ha
waii. Upon tho first favorable
opportunity a Bulletin repot ter
questioned Mr. Boyd as to tho
conditions ho found nmong tho
settlers. He wus too busy with
ofiico work to givo statistics, but
talked in a general way ubout tho
manner in which tho bomestoad
"1 visited all tho homesteads in
North and South Hilo," Mr.
Boyd Paid. "They aro mostly
planted in cofl'eo, taro and vege
tables. I found that all tho homo
steadors, with the exception of
four or fivo, had complied with
tho conditions of thoir sottleinont
as well as thoy possibly could
considering what thoy had to cm
toud with, transporting thoir
lnmbor from tho landings to thoir
lots. Tho same may bo siid of
tho settlors in Kau.
"Yes, thoro aro quito a lot of
honustoads taken up in Kau. The
settlors in Puna have also com
idled woll with tho conditions.
On some of theso lots they havo
no woodon houses, but only
dwollings bnilt of forns. And a
person traveling would not hesi
tate to spend a night in one of
these dwollings, whioh nro per
fectly cloan nnd comfortablo.
"1 was surprised to seo tho
onorgy und push that the nativos
woro showinc all over the differ
ent districts. All of them ore
cultivating coffee, taro and vegot
ablos. What is roally required
aro roads to these homestoads.
"Thoso who havo purchased
lots on timo paymontu, in tho
Hilo nnd Puna districts, with the
oxcoption of two, are doing good
work in planting coffee."
"Thoy aro going to mako a fair
"Oh, yos; thoy nro pushing it
ahoad. Theso lots are mostly in
Nra. Dr. ITIcLennan nnd Her Daughter
A distressing uocidont occurred
yostorduy aftornoon by which
Mrs. Dr. McLennan and her
duughtor sustained serious injur
ies. They wero driving in a buggy
whon a Chinoso camo along with
n big load of bunauus and crowd
od tho buggy on to tho cur truck.
In making tho turn to got out of
tho way of tho wagon ono of tho
buggy wheels collapsed, but Mrs.
MoLounan does not know whether
it was from being caught in tho
track or taken off by the wagon,
but sho thinks it wus tho latter.
Tho horse, whioh wasu big, power
ful ono, started t) run, but Mrs.
McLennan had gotten it fully
uudor control when a lot of Por
tuguese und Chineso hoys came
running towurds tho vebiclo,
Bhouting'llunaway.'' This soarod
tho horse a second timo and thoro
was no controlling him. Tho
animal bad not gono far when
tho vehicle struck tho gmuito
curbstono, both Indies being
thrown out. Mrs. McLennan
clung to tho lines, thinking that
hor daughter was still in tho
buggy, and it is to this that hor
injuries nro nmro severe than they
otherwise wnultl have been. I
Hot It Indies woro taken homo at
once and thoir iujurios attended to.
Mrs. McLonnin sustninod a i
fnioturo of the front il bono
of tho skull, a dislocuted an I
badly bruised slion'dcr, and a
npi milt-ll IIIIMU, UIKUII'S McriOUH
bruises about the neck Sho was
also sovoroly injurod internally,
and her condition at uoon today
wus such as to catiso grave fours
to litr husb'ind and friends.
Mi'sh N'oliio rocoived a bid cut
b"twcen tho eyes, ab.itit two
inches in length and cloun to tin
bone. She was evidontly thrown
out over her mothor, striking "on
herforehoad. Sho wus otherwise
uninjured but will bear the ra uk
of her fall for many a year to
Dr. McLennan hns tho svmnn-
thy of tho community over tho
Exlrarln from CurlU J. t.youa' Itrcu
lur .tloultil)' Itcporc.
During Novombor tho greatest
rainfall ou tho island of Hawaii
was at Hononiu with 19.23 in
ches. Olaa came noxt with 15.
89, ITonohona 14.34, Kohuln 12.
70, Hilo 12.GL Tlio lightest full
was at Honuapo 3.28.
On the island of MnuiHnna
got 11.05, Puuomalei 7'72, Pniu
5.01 nnd Olowalu 1.10.
Molokai had 1.G1 inches and
Lanai has sent in no report.
At Hnnaloi on Knuui tho rain
fall was 7.13 inches, ut Lihuo 4.
74, at Hnnnmaulu 3.33 and Maka
On this island tho heaviest fall
was at Luakahu as usual with
12.03. At other places the giugo
sbosvod: Mauuawili 8.32. Pnnn-
bou 4.3G, Insane Asylum 5120,
Knnooho 7.00, Wuiuuao 3.25, Ewu
4.C9 and Kahuku 2.35.
I'oalal Union Eiilnrgeiucnl.
E. M. Urooks, United States
superintendent of foreign mails,
has issuod bis annual roport. In
view of tho fact thnt tho noxt
raeoting of the Universal Postal
Union will bo hold in Washing
ton in 1897, Superintendent
Brooks roviows tho history of tho
establishment of the union, which
has proved benefioinl to tbo dis
patch of international mails.
During the lust yoar tho union
was inoroused by the colony of
the Oapo of Good Hopo, und
urrangomonts nro boing mado for
tho admission of Coroa and tho
Orange Freo State of Africa.
When this is accomplished China
will bo tbo only organizod Gov
ornmont of tho world outsido tho
limits of the union. The roport
shows that tho foreign mnil ser
vice is overywhoro in excollout
New Yoar 'a Itncea.
Entries for tho races on tho first
of January at Kupioluni purk
closed nf midnight yostorduy.
The followod horsos aro ontored:
Lottio L, 290, Twenty Cent, Bun
bow, Chnrleston, Billy C, Con
federate, Murguret II. Marino,
Jr., p icing mure by Marino, Un
known, Emiu Boy, Joo Donuld,
Entries for tho bioyclo racos
closo on Friday ut 5 o'clock at
Prospocts for a successful meet
ing uro excellent
Tho Wall, Mchola Co.
Seven clerks wero kept vory
busy yostorduy at tbo storo of tho
ubovo firm by tho numorous cus
tomers attracted by tho now goods
rocoived by tho Australia and
placed on salo yesterday. In
addition to tho holiday goods the
firm rocoivod a big supply of
offico funituro, in whioh will be
found tnuny labor saving devices.
A largo RtocK of sheet tniifiio,
und staple stationery was also dis
played, togother with simplos of
tlio culehiatud Stuiliug bicycle.
PRICE 5 CENTO.
SIX MONTHS ON THE REEF,
AN OLD OI'IT.NIHln WITH A II Air
Tun 'liliit-. I'in.il liK-iitv li)lur,
nnd Cimti tin-1 t nclt) to Animal-
Oilier imi litlpn-.
Tno lircn nndiouco which g th
ond in tho District Court to hear
the ovulonco in the conspiracy
ciso against Underwood and
Sheridan wero again disappointed,
this morning, fur by ngreemonl
nf couusol tho hearing was post
poned until noxt Monday.
N o.i n on pleaded guilty to the
lorceny of fish which ho had
trapped in u pond at Kalia and
will havo fifteen days across the
reef to medituto on tho haid
beartodnoss of officers of tho law
gonernlly, during which ho maj
arrive at thn cnnuliiRimi tint it is
cheaper to buy fish than 1 1 steal
them, although toey don't tasto
quite so sweet.
The na:no of J. Kuharnnui ap
jionrs so frequently on the pagoi
of the poll co court records tlut
"huolo" reporters have leuined to
spell it offhand. The occasion
of Mr. Ivnhananui's name being
brought forwnrd so prominently
todny wus his appearance before
His Honor to answorto tho chnrge
of boing found at night on the
premises of anothor without law
ful oxcuso. It appears from the
testimony that tho defendant wac
fortunato that ho was not charged
with burglary in tho first degree,
flo was found in a room in a.
Japaneso hotiso on Mauuakos
street on tho night of Soptember
23d last by officer Kaapa and
others. Tho outer door of the
house was lookod but that made
no difference to Kuharnnui. A
Jap and his wife wero in bd in
tho room nnd did not wake up
until tho officers camo in.
Chun Poon, a Chinese police
officer was ono of thoso who ar
rosted tho defondunt and upon
searching him found two pursos
in his pockot containing monoy,
ono of whioh was identified by
tho Japanese woman as having
been taken out of lnr dress which
was hanging on the wall of the
Officor Knnpu testified that the
koy found on the defenduut tittod
tho front door of the house, and
ho also proved that on August
5th, 188G, tbo defendant was giv
en a year for housebreaking. On
December 28th, 1893, ho got eight
months fr larcony; on Septotnber
27th, 1891, ho got six mouths
each on two charges of lar
OJny. He was relonsed tho
lust timo on Soptember lGth
Inst und urrostod on tho 23d.
With such a record Mr. Kahuiia
utii may be thankful ho was not
tried in an English court, wlioro
ho would huvu got fourteen or
twout-ono yenrs, As it is, ho got
off with anothor six months and
will dino ill" turkey und other
good things with Jailor Low on
Loo Git und Loo Chock arrested
by Captain Hubert Paiker for
ornolty to animals yosterduy, got
off with a fine of &20 " o.ick
and costs. Tho arresting officer
and policeman tl. S. Hudgett
testified that tho horsos woro en
deavoring to pull a dray lioavily
lonlod with wood and that both
defendants were boating them.
Murks were plain on the buoks of
tho animals whero thoy had been
struck, and blood appeared whero
thoy hud boon out. Tho horsos
woro in very poor condition gon
orally. The caso will be appeal
ed. Aii elaborate nssortmont of de
corated glass photo frumoB.
Soineihitig entiroly now, at King
HtoH., Hotel street.