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VOL. l. NO. 184.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sundny nt
C09 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro In tho Ha
waiian Islands S 76
Per Year. 8 00
Por Year, postpaid to Amoricn,
Canadn, or Muxico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
, Countries 13 00
' 1'nynlilu Invnrlnlilr In Ailvnnco.
Tolephono 230. P. O. Box 80.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Building -:- Lots
Delightful MluutUm. lira nt If ill lew of the
ocean. Exiellent neighborhood. Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
Capt. W. Robertson,
Neltlieflho captnlti nor tlic undersigned
coiiflgnees (if the iiImivc named vessel, III
lie rviiini)llilo for any debts that may be
contracted liy the crew.
Theo. H. Davies & CO.,-Ltd,
Cash . Grocery
Fort Street, Opposite Club
YEE ON CO.,
1117 Nuuatiu St. I. O, Hox 143.
Watchmakers and Manufactur
Repairing ol Watehes and Jewelry, ALL
Importers (if Watches and Clocks oi Finest
Consoriated Soda Water Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sis., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
COTTAGE TO LET.
NEWLY PAINTED. COTTAGE CON
tulns parlor, two lied rooms, dining
roem. Mtchen. luntry and bathroom.
Enquire L. ADLElt, 13 Nutiauu street.
A MAN WHO CAN TREAD UNEXI'ECT
cdly upon a piece of coral rock, while, bath
ing at Walklkl, and not eaBO up or make any
prolane remarks, must also be ablu to knock
a mosquito off his nose without hitting that
organ, ho will bo required to examine a bicy
cle track and 1 ell which way tho wheel was
traTcling; call on llrowu & Kubey and look
on their new stock lust recelted per last
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
01 Nuunnu htreot.
6000 men daily to drink tho C000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
PoutofUco llox 47ft
Unable to Work !
NO APPETITE I
COULD NOT SLEEP I
COMPLETELY CURED HIM.
Mr. T. ,1. Clinic, nf VlkiTIItp, Alio.
Initio, South Australia, writes 1
"Six years ago, I had an attark of
Indigestion and Liver Complaint
that lasted for weeks ; T was unable
to do any hard work, had no appe
tite, food distressed me, and I Buf
fered intieh from headache. XI."
skin was sallow and sleep did not
refresh me. I tried several rente,
tlies and consulted a doctor, with
out obtaining any relief: Anally,
one. of my customers recommended
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It helped mo
from the llrst, in fact, after taking
six bottles I was completely cured,
and could eat anything and sleep
like, a child."
Cold Mtdatt at the World"! Shlel Exposition!.
AYWsLtsTir but lEHcctivc"
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for tho llepublio of Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
PROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
G H Mumra fe Co.'s extra
Poramory fc Greno..'.
Moet & Chnudon
Heidsieck & Co., (dry
Irroy & Co
Krug & Co
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Bolo Agonts for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers In
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.. ETC.
Water Pipes, laid and repaired,
and plumbing neatly executed.
143- No 41, Nuuanu street.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Furniture of all kinds madu and repaired
RultdliiL.' houses and utakln;: rlca mills a spe
cialty. P. O. Ilnx 1W, comer Kluy aud lletiul
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY DECEMBER 21.
COMPANY D GALLED DOWN
action or Tin: i-rr.viois .tir.Kr
Colonel Mcl.rn tin lid Mnjor Jones Lay
Down tli l,w ami Snv fiiilrtlcm
3lnt Oliey Orlpr.
Tho special mooting of Com
pany 1), National Guard of Ha
waii, held at tho drill shed last
night, was attonded by most of
tho membors of that organization.
A resolution was adopted which
rescinded in ovory way tho pro
vious action of tho company in re
fusing to sanction or warrant tho
overtures tnado to Captain Wall
of tho Shurpshootors by oortain
regimontal oflicers. Colonol Mc
Lean and Mnjor J. W. Jonos ad
dressed tho meoting and both ex
pressed thoir indignation tlnt
suoh a courso should havo boon
pursued by Company D. Colonol
McLoan spoko of tho way in
whioh ho had been trontod hy tho
Shnrpshootors company and how
ho had been forced to loavo
their meoting and that it
was peculiarly hard to find out
that Company D also ropudiatod
his notiou which ho thought was
for tho best intorests of that Com
pany. Ho said that it was not
for truo soldiers to criticize but
to submit in a'l things to the
orders of their superior officers
and that any such action as had
boon takon by Company D in re-
gnrd to calling the ri-gimental
officers to account for any of
thoir actions would subject those
who supported such action to a
court martini. Whilo ho was in
command of tho ragimout ho
would permit no trifling. Ho
was dealing with men not boyB
and he hoped nothing of tho
kind would ever happen again.
OTII1R rtlUMNV TOUJt.
Clisrttnble Concert an th ITIsnorl
for tlio I.epera.
Among tho list of passengers
by the stoamship Monowai wero
Mono. Ovido Musin, bis wife and
Edward Scharf. On tho last night
boforo ronchiug port Mons. Musin
was requostcd to givo a concort
which bo willingly nccodod to,
providing tho proceeds woro givon
to somo worthy Hawaiian charity.
It was nt onco drcided to donato
tho monoy to the lopor sottlemont
on Molokai. In less than an hour
ft subscription concort was ar
ranged which provod to bo a
grand artistic and financial suc
cess, SB tho tidy littlo sum of 100
whs netted. Several of tho pas
sengers assietod in an amatour way
and very oroditably.
For moro than twenty yoars
Musin has been boforo tho publio,
and his musioal genius has rnado
his namo a household word
throughout Christendom. Annio
Louise Musin is also fnniotm nil
ovor tho world. In tho "Bird
Morohant" her racgo of voioo is
from G b. Inv tho soalo to E
above high C Mr. Scharf has tho
distinction of having rocoived the
grout Mosoholos prizo as solo
mntiiut fit tlin T.ulriv'r, Pntitorvii-
tiuri. .UUCUIIUIUIl 111 1iU 11D nuiu
pianist at tho Leipz:c Conserva
tory of Music at tho Gowattilharos
m. .;.,.. i e .. i ti,..i. it... T7.....
I'ratnrcn of Tho Time.
Tho womon's edition of Tho
Timo will bo out this afternoon.
It will havo dopartnionts for re
ligion, philanthropy, art, educa
tion, socioty, children, girls aud
men and boys. There will also
bo original poems and Btories and
an article by Kate Field. One
very mtorosting article is that
which relates to tho cost of living
in Honolulu. This will include
a market list and some oxcollont
recipes for tho preparation of Ha
Tho illustrations aro by Mrs.
Isobel Strong and aro quite tho
best over seen in a Honolulu pub
lication. Tho advertising space
in tliu p'ipor is ontiroly taken up.
In connection with this there is a
very cheerful write-up of tho ex
cursion to Waiauao which makes
this particular advortisomont
The paper will bo on sale this
nftoruoon, and tho regular issuo
of Tho Tirno will appoar on
Clirlntm.m nt Centrnl Union.
Tho celebration of Christmas at
the Central TJni -n Church will
bogin on Sunday tho 2'2d. The
Sunday School sorvice will he
hold in tho church at 9:45 a. m.
Tho clasnts will maroh in singing
a processional hymn and t.iko tho
soats resorved for them. Carols
will be sung, and a short addross
by the minister will bo followod
by Scripturo roadings by tho
classes and a brief oxorciso by
tho' Primary dopartmont. On
Wednesdny, Christmus day, a ser
vico will bo hold in tho church at
11 a. m. to which tho publio is
cordially invited. Special musio
will bo rendored by tho choir and
n sormon appropriate to tho day
will be proached by Biruio. In
tho evening tho usual prayor
meoting will be hold. On Friday
tho annual festival will bo given
to the scholars of tbo Sunday
As has been intimated previous
ly tho Board of Education is go
ing to open a night school on tho
mxtli of January. It will bo con
ducted in the Fort streot school
houso by J. Lightfoot, vice-principal
of tho High School. The
pchool will bo kept ovory night
except Saturday and Sunday from
7 to 9 o'clock. It is intonded for
the youth of tho city who oithor
havo hnd no educational advan
tages or havo not availed them
selves of such advantages. Tuition
will bo free and tho only condition
to bo exacted of pupils is atten
tion to business.
minuter Hatch Itecelved.
Washington, Dec. 4. William
It. Castle todny presented to tho
Frosidout his letter of recall as
Hawaiian Minister to tho Uuited
Stales, aud Mr. Francis M. Hatch,
bis successor, was formally intro
duced to Prosidont Cloveland.
The coremony whioh was very
simplo, took ploco in tho Blue
room of tho White Houso. Mr.
Castlo and Mr. Hatch wero ac
companied by Sccrotary Olnoy.
Monday's porformanco of
Wirth's circus will bo givon for
the benofit of tho lopors on Molo
kai. Every artist belonging to
tho troupa has ohoorftilly donated
his or hor talent for that ovoning
to tho unfortuuatoH.
iuusiuiii I r.i,.ii. XJUIII IIIU XJULUp
enn and Amertoin press accord
him the higlitiht praise as u.io oi
tho fiiH'p' perforiu'-i'. mi tho p'ann
mi iiiriuii- niu H1U1IU.
TO BE A GREAT PAPER.
ciiitisT.iiAs i:i)iiio. oi'
II Will ho IlniiiWoiiicljr Dound and
Illustrated With lirr I'lttjr
It was tho intention of thoso in
chargo of tho EvENi.va Bulletin
to havo issued today a mammoth
Christmas edition of tho paper,
tho material for which has boen
in courso of preparation for two
months past. Manngor Finney
has had tho wholo chargo of this
edition and has devoted his wholo
timo thorotoforsovoral weeks past.
Unfortuuntoly his rocont illnoss
has delayed tho publication of
tho papor, but it is hoped tho de
lay will bo only for a few days
and that it will be roady for distri
bution about January 1st.
Tho forthcoming Christmas
edition of tho Bulletin will bo
on a scale nevor before attorapted
in Honolulu, and no one unnc
quaiutod with the business of
getting out a newsp.ipr ciu form
any cftimuto of tho editorial and
mechanical labor required in its
piotuction. A partial descrip
tion of the paper and a recapitu
lation of some of its principal
iimuires ib iito givon in onier
that tho public iimy form somo
idea of tho magnitude of tho work
undertaken by the Bulletin man
agement. In tbo first placo tho paper will
contain twenty-eight five-column
pages equivalent to 140 columns
of rending matter, which in thia
edition will be in type known as
brevierand much smnller.thnn tho
type used in tho dd'y edition. No
paper heretofore issued in Hono
lulu has evor contained anything
liko tho quantity of rending matter
to bo found in this Christmas edi
tion, which will bo printed with
extra care on splendid book papor.
The rending matter will bo appro
priately and boautifully illus
trated with ovor fifty hnlf-tono
engravings, overy ono of which
has boen made ospoololly from
photographs aud original draw
ings for this edition. Thoy com
priso illustrations of publio and
privato buildings, sugar and cofieo
plantations, sconic wondors, por
traits of prominent pooplo and
othor interesting subjoots.
The edition is to bo handsome
ly covorod and bound. Tho cov
er has boon specially designed for
the purpose and will bo of extra
heavy paper, printed in three
colors. Tiio design for tho titlo
pago is both novol and boautifnl
and it will bo wholly oncravod.
In the contor of it an original
Christmas poom by Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham will be found, which
in boauty of thought and expres
sion oxcoods anything from that
lady's pon in tho opinion of com
petent judges. Tho edition
throughout will bo a work of art
as far as tho printer, ongravor and
bookbinder can make it.
With so much of labor and ox
ponso expouded on tho Christ
mas adition of tho Bulletin
it may naturally bo expoatod
that tho roading matter con
tained therein will bo of a moro
than usually high standard and
this tho manngoment can roadlly
guarantoo, for tho bost writers on
tho islands contribute to ita pages.
Tho varioty of subjects troated
and tho high standing of tho con
tributors will rendor tbia edition
additionally valuablo for futnrs
reference Tho only Bubjoot
troated oditoriallr will bo a roviow
of tho past year by Daniel Logun,
whioh litis beon oarofully and
Art aud Art Mattors in Hawaii
is tho Hiibjoct of a well-writton
eisuy by Philip Dodgo, whioh will
bo uspecinlly illustrated from
PRICE 5 CENTS.
drawing furnished by D. 1L
Ilitohuouk, whilo Professor Lvnuc
contributes an able article w
UiMiMiud Head and the formation
of com I reefs, which was rncontlj'
read at tho University of Califov
niu. J. B. D.uiiels contributes ax:
article on the chIIoj industry of
Hi wail, which will h Ulimtrnfol
with view of jr i ci)fTftr
mills otc. Ti si itibtics given ta
thi nrticlo will bo valuablo frc
future let I. co
One of tlio jirtncipa1 literary tt-tractit.u-
of (h Christmas Bdllb
TIN will tind jubt-dly bo tin original
ChristuniB story by Knlpli Turner,
the plot of which is laid on the inl
and of Mini, tho olmraolori ani
sconory boing true tj unturo aai
tho looahty. Tho story is written."
in Mr. Tumor's bost "vein and if.
sure to bo read with avidity. Th
samo author also contributes ir.
original poem. Tho education!?
intorests of Houilulu aro writtor
up by an ablo contributor, as urc
also tho pino applo industry
and tho no.v cauuory.
Much spaco is devoted to Ac
island of Hawaii and many col
umns from tho ablest writors oc
that island will appear on Ib'j
sugar and othor industries of tha
island. Miss Jusophino Doyc,
principal of tlnJItU seh"ol, furn
ishes an excollent and iutorcstittft
articlo on Hilo schools nmong the
Tho Protestant Churcho is
Hawaii will Do tho subject of s.
valuable nrticlo from tho pon oC
Itov. S. E. Bishop, while Gdorgo
Manson has written up tho his
tory of tho Catholic Miaaioau
frmn thoir establishmont bore.
Mr. Manson also writos a history
of tho fratornal sociotios estab
lished in tho islands, containing
much of iutorost concerning the
oarly history of many of tfcc
lodgos of tho different orderc
which flourish hero.
Wray Toylor contributes an c
tortaining nrtic'o on Music is
Honolulu, Sccrotary Corbott of
tho Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation ono on Athletics and Hoe.
Joseph Marsden treats of the
officacy of tho lndybug as th
truo reraody for tho blight anfl
othor insoct pests, giving tho re
sults of recent observations ani
Tho abovo do not by any memo
compriso all the contributors to
tho spocial edition, but havo bwie
specially mentioned to give Uw
public a general idea of its coa
tonts. Among many othor con
tributors Mrs. W. F. Froar fur
nishes an original poom, ontithxL,
"The Lullaby," which is nccoia
paniod by n handsomo ongravinc
of tho Madonna and Child, bat.
space will not porinit n further
recapitulation of tho nnmoronn
interesting artioles to bo fouc
within tho covers of this harni
Homo edition. It will bo suflicieaft
to Bay thnt all tho principal in
dustries ot tho country aro writtea
up, togothor with numoroac
eketchos of business houses ta.
With a puper of tho magnitude
of tho Christmas edition of the
Bulletin it follows that tho larg.
amount of typo usod cannot tw
kept standing und that only one
edition can bo printed. In priut
ing an edition of fivo thousnuA
copien, it is hoped to supply uli
who may wish for additioaal
copies to send abroad. Cortainlr
no papor ovor printed hero can girl
friends abroad suoh an adoquitc
conception of conditions oxistiajj
in Hawaii ns this, and as a work;
of art it will show that Honnlaia
is not behind any of tho greafc
cities of tho United States. Muck
of this hrgo odition of five thous
and has already boon bespoken,
and orders for oxtra ooplos will
horoaftor bo reoaivod at
tho business office, 609 Ktoj;
street, where thoy will bo dalj
ontorod and filled in their ordoc.
On tho day that this oxtru otli
tion is ready oaoh subsoribor witt
bo sorvod by onrrior as usual with
ouo copy, but no rogulur odilio&
will bo issuod on that day, as tho
Confini(e(f on Silt page.