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VOL. 1. NO. 198.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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House and Lots for Sale.
There is a now house and lot
situated at Kapalama. Bight on
the tramways line. Tho lot ib 55
foot wide by 100 feet long and
being rented at $120 a year; will
sell at S900 cash. A very good
investment. There are five more
lots in the same location, which
wiU he sold at very reasonable
Tor further particulars apply to
W. 0. AOIII.
School Of" -.Xtl
1). HOWARD HJLTOIICOOK
Has retuincd Instruction In
At his class rooms on Hotel strcot.
Mndo Ilcr Llfo MIocraMc, but Slio Is
llcnd tho tcatlmony of Mrn. I, O.
Monro, Colmrc. Ylctorln, vrhoto ior
tralt Is nlo glTrnt
"Somo-fow years ago I milTered
terribly with indigestion mm gin -crul
debility. I could not .sleep,
and my condition was such us to
inalco my life miserable. Nono of
the many remedies I tried did mo
any good, and I despaired of ever
Retting better. Onoof my friends
told mo of tlio blood-purifying : 1 1 1
strength-giving properties of Ajor's
Sarsaparilla, audi began taking it.
lleforo 1 bad finished the first bolllo
1 felt better, and was thus eneonr
used to give the medicine a thorough
tiial. In all I used four bottles,
and then wns perfectly cured of the
fievoiis trouble which had alllieted
me. I now recommend, to anyone
suffering as I did.
As a Splendid Nerve and Blood Medicine.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Kopublio of Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
PHOM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
G H Mnmra & Co.'s extra
Pommory & Grono 11,798
Moet & Ohandon 9,008
Hoidsiock & Co., (dry
Louis Itoedoror 3.438
Perrier Jouot 8.286
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
St. Mnrcohux 834
Ohas. Hoidsiook 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlano & Co.,
Solo Agents for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
HONOLULU, H. I.. THUBSPAY, JANUABY 9. 189G.
LATE LONDON TELEGRAMS
Tho l'rlncc or Wnlcn on tint Crl.(
KxionIoii on II. 31. S. tpuii.
Tho Prince of "Wales. Bi0uk
nt York, ronlietl to tliu Ken Yr
World's articles, nud oxpross
his belief that tho criuis would
arrangod in a manner sntihf.ictoi
to both countries, und that th
en mo warm friendship which hud
existed for so many yours, would
Tho Timos' New York coirox
poudoni wires that (ho Pritico u
Wales, by his speech, show.!
that ho woll understood the fool
ing of parties iu tho United
States, and tho opinion in tho
country is that they can accept his
message as boing equally gratify
ing to both, and as likoly to bo
interpreted as expressing tho
Two Ashanti chiefs, supposed
to bo traitors, aro procooding to
tho coast to interview tho Gover
nor of tho friendly natives, who
pos9essos a largo store of powdor
and munitions, in tho vicinity of
Sir Augustus Hemming has
been appointed Governor of Bri
By an explosion in the coal
bunker of H. M. S. Repulso, at
Chatham, nino mon were injured.
A wholesale exodus of "Polos ih
taking placo in Eastern Galicin,
tho destination of the emigrants
being America. Tho country .is
thus being deprived of a majority
of its laborers and small farmers.
Two hundred families are onmpod
on the boow waiting for their
Tho death is announced of Sir
Edward Harland, M. P. for Bol
Tho death is announoed of tho
Duko of Leods.
At a vory successful Boanco in
Cincinnati tho other night, a man
burst into tears when tho medium
dosoribed vory acourateiy a tall,
blue-eyed spirit standinc bv him.
with light sido whiskers and hiss
hair parted in tuo middlo. "Do
you know him?" inquired a man
at his sidodn a sympathetic whis
per. "Know him? I guess I do,"
replied tho unhappy man, wiping
his eyes. "Ho was engaged to
my wifo. If ho hadn't died ho
would havo boon her husband
instead of me. Oh, Goorgo,
George!" ho murmured, in avoico
choked with emotion, "why did
you peg out?"
The wondorful wizard, will
give an entire ohiingo of program
tonight, and, in order to accom
modato ladies and children who
do not And it conveniout to attend
evening performances, will givo a
grand matinoo at 2 p. m. tomor
row. Everyone was so delighted
by Tuesday's ontertainmont that
packed houeos aro assured for tho
rest of tho serios.
A Paris correspondent of tho
Pall Mall Gazette tells this singu
lar story of tho supervision of tho
French press: Iu tho days of tho
Empire a fiery editor of tho South
was summoned before the correc
tional polico, and was fined for an
article written by a person whose
name he refused to reveal till the
oourt had prououncod its sentence.
Tho vordict delivered, tho editor
hotrayod the name of tho guilty
party. It was that of tho Emperor.
SOME COLONIAL ITEMS.
unourmr nv tiii: itiahiposa
Inlr-Coloiilul fJrlcld't 3Tnlcti-l)ioiii;li(
In iiro!k lluttl-flip MriimU'd
Nto.iinpr Wiprcy I'lunlcit.
A drought has beon hovorcly
ff.t in Not folk Island for many
months. The ctops iiavo f'liled,
and largo numbers of, cattlo havo
it d of tliirst.
Foe mtor-colonial cricket match
Melbourne hotween Victoria
1 Vw South "Wales attracted a
V itt-ndfloev In their first
r tho visitors had to
i i wn for 2GG, Mackon.io
H 1 1 o 81, Donnan, not out
1"), liiohardson, not out 59, ex
tra&G. Donnan displayed splen
did Eorickot and with ltichnrdson
com-blotoly collared the bowling.
The "West Australian Govern
ment hns accepted tho tender of
Moslrs. Wilson, a firm in Glas
gow, for the construction of ton
railway onginos. Tlioy will bo
Bhippcd during tho next six
Tho Northorn Union Company's
stottmerOsprey, which Was strand
ed at tho South' Hoad.Kaipara,
recently, has boon successfully
floated .and taken to Helonsvillo.
Tho diimngo to the stoamer is
very small, and shq will resume
hor running in tho Northorn
Wiiiroa trade in a few days.
Tho barque Grasmero, 440 ton?
registopj.bound from Newcastle to
Wellington with a cargo of coal
for tho Union S, S. Company, was
wrecked off Capo'Ternwhiti early
on tho nfdrnliig'of'Deoombor 27th.
No lives wore lost. -
It is estimated that tho short
ago in the Australian wool clip
this year will ho about 150,000
At Windsor, Now South Wales,
a lad named Gilbort. 13 yours of
ago, blow his brains out with a
riflo inconsequence of a misunder
standing with hismother.
During a sorvlao at tho Holds
worthy Church, Now South
Wules, recontly, wo worshippers
fell through the white-ant-oaten
floor and nearly disappeared from
The Government havo offered a
bonus of 1750 for tho encourage
ment of tho Now Zoaland flax in
dustry under certain conditions.
A machine or process is wanted
for dressing Now Zealand flux or
homp (Phorraium tnnax) whioh
shall bo an improvement on tho
maohines or processes now in use,
nnd which shall, aftor trial, be
found to materially rod'uoo the
cost of production, improvo tho
product, or it croaso the quality
of dressed fibre.
Before Judge Whiting, tho re
signation of Wong Kwai, us
guardian of the Luk Sang minors,
was accepted, and Ahmi was ap
pointed in hit) place undor $7500
bond. Dickey for wards; Hart
woll and Stanley for guardian.
Judge Whiting has approved of
a compromise of tho claims of the
Luk Sang minors against Wonc
Kwai, their guardian now re
signed. There were serious charges
against him in tho complaint of
James E. Holt, Jr., has peti
tioned for his distributive share
of tho estato of his grandfather.
R. W. Holt, deceased, as one of
tho heirs of his father, the late
Owen J. Holt,
Tho Board of Dirootors of tho
Healani Boat and Yaoht Club
mot Tuosday aftornoon. No spe
cial businosB of importance was
YESTERDAY'S MATCH RACE.
a (Kion co.vmsr at kapioi.am
Clnreiicn 3Iut'rnr!iiui' Snlnilr Do
feat 41ti Scliiiiiinii'M,liidnli-A Spir
ited Unco uud Nome llrttlnir.
S mho three hunndred poople
visited tho race track at Kapio
lani park yostowlay afternoon to
w tnms the match race botween
Glarenco Maofnrlane's Salvador
and Gub Schuman's Judah, both
horses being Hnwaiian bred und
half brothor and sister. Thoro
wore quito u number of ladios in
the grand stand and in carriages.
The track wns never iu bettor con
dition in tho opinion of experts.
J. J. Sullivan, W. M. Cun
ningham and Charlos Bol ina
acted as judges and start
ors and tho race was for $250 a
side. By privato agreement no
official timo was announced by
Salvador won tho toss for tho
polo und tho horsos were called
up for the first beat about ten
minutes past threo. Previous to
tho start the drivers were warned
that no unnecessary scoring would
bo permitted. At tho third nt
tompt tho word was given. Silva
dor, who was about two longths
oeninu, nroKo witli the woul and
did not got down to business un
til the first quartor. Approach
ing the half-mile post the
Sohuman maro broke badly
and Salvador recovered tho
several lengths ho was behind
and took tho) lead. Tho mare,
howovor, soon passed him, al
though breaking ro " n
incr into tho homes i a-
dor was again 'in tho load i ;
maro settled down and won ' u
heat by about two longths. Tho
timo as taken by bystanders was
2,50. Aftor tho heat Macfarlano
protested that tho heat bo oithor
called off or declared a dead ono,
claiming that his horso broko be
fore reaching tho wire. The
judges, howevor, dooided that if
his horso had a poor start it was
more than made up for by tho
numerous breaks of tho more
speedy mare, and thoy declined
In tho second boat tho horsos
got oft" on tho fourth attouipt, Sal
vador having a good longth the
bost of the start. The mare broko
badly nt tho turn and Salvudor
increased his lead, going like a
maohino. Tho quarter was made
in 43 seconds and tho half in 1:25.
Judith broko repeatedly and at
tho threo quarter p03t tho horse
was seven or oight lengths ahead.
Sho recovered herself and camn
down tho homestretch in gallant
shapo, but broke again and tho
horso took tho heat by two lengths.
Unofficial timo for tho ho.it, 2:47.
The betting had hithorto been
in favor of tho maro, but two to
one was freely offered on tho
horse whon timo was called for
tho third boat. Tho horses got
away on tho third uttompt with a
splendid start, but tho heat was
only a repetition of tho preceding
one, tho maro ropoatedly break
ing while tho horso worked like a
clock. Judah ran nearly all of
the first quartor, and at tho half
was away behind. The mare ro
poatedly broko and at tho threo
quartor polo booamo unmaungo
f bio and failed to reach tho dis
tance polo bofore tho flag dropped.
There was no question in tho
minds of those who saw tho race
that Sohuman'B mare was the
more apoedy of tho two, and that
had it not beon for tho frequent
and disastrous breaks she would
havo won the race.
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Mvsric loimji: HAS installation
OIUvcrM nnd .'Iriiiborn oOljdlc Lodge
If me a. Splendid I lino... ront
ii lid Ito-poiiNo,
The memboisof Mystic Lodgo,
Knights of t'ytluas, t.gethor with
many visiting brothors.assemblod
in forco nt tho Oistlo JIU1 last
evening for tho purposs of install- -iug
tho ofiicord electfd for the
Tho officer!" installed were E"
Towso, 0 0,;J P Eokhardt, P O
ns V 0; G Brun, p c as Prolate;
I A Burgott, P C, as M of W; A
E Murphy, P C, as K of It and S;,
S J Suitor as M of F; George An
gus as M of E; A L Morris. 'M at -A;
Prod L Waldron as 1 G and
John Walker as O G.
This installation was conducted
by H Laws, Doputy Supremo
Chancellor, assisted by Past
Chancellors Goi Hawkins, Fred
Waldron, F L Stolz.0 J McCarty,
j M Vottleseu, Goorgo Dull,
Chaucollor Commander of Oahu
Lodgo and others.
Aftor tho installation coremo
nies Chaucollor Commander E,
Towso made n few appropriate re
marks and presented the retiring
Chancellor Commandor Goorgo
uriius with a handsome past
chancellor's jowol suitably on
graved, os a gift from tho lodge.
Tho lodgo then adjourned to
tho banquot hall arid partook of
nn elegant collation furnished by
James Stoiner. Joseph Marsdon
acted as toast master and the fol
lowing toasts wore responded
to: "Tho Order Universal'' by
H r -o g o .lTl0 Orlor .u
l -0 .LOUgO,
onl ', P C; "'J
uiia&o; "xuo Kow ers
Towso, C O; "Past Xifalooll -, ' ,
J F Eckardt. P C; ''Unh
Bank." O J McCartv. T a ..,.
dowment Bank," A V Gear, P O:
xraciuc uoust Urotuors,'' J H
Waity; "Our Visitors," Dr Derby; .
''Our Sister Lodges," F Waldron, .
PC. Tho above were intorsporscd
with woll-rendorod recitations
by A E Murphy, p c, and
A L Morris and a song by
Goorge Bruns P. O. The meeting
broko up at a lato hour with tho
singing of "Auld Lang Syno" by
Impromptu toasts were glvon
during tho' evening and responded
to by O W Zicglor, P B Out,
lionry Smith, J A Mehrtons, Goo
Hawkins, Goo Donison, Geo A.
Davis, A W Keach, I A Burcott
Hotwoeu fifty and sixty knichta
Tho CIirlNtoforo Colombo.
Tho officers of tho Christoforo
Colombo aro: Alexander Berto
lini, captain commandant; E.
Prespitoro commander; Duo 'dos
AbrnsHslB, M Cogin, N Rimbo, L
Itsio, 13 Frigoro nnd J d Filly
yer, lioutenante, S Aymorick.Z.
Winegroar, E Fonz nne E Arriva- '
bone, Rub-lieutenants E Slugbook
nnd,- Y,!rook' midshipmen, Dr
Bolli, Assistant Surgeo Ginra'
Eiood 8tr 3?lit1, CUief ED8inuf
Tuo vessel is a new steel oruis
?r' S?Hiin1892- ftt a'cost of near
ly $4,000,000. Her dimensions
are as follows: LonCth, 248.5 ft. :
breadth. 87.1 n. AnnA. ico "
displacomont, 3400 tons! She is
bark rigged and can stoam about
fourtoon knots an hour. Her
armament oonsists of six 4f in
breeohloading guns, four six--poundor
rapid firing gans and,
Boveral- other of smaller oalibre.
Hor crew consists of nineteen
olhoors and about 225 sailors and. ,
. 1 1 . .