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Vol. 1. No. 229. ",' HONOLULU, H. I.. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1896. Pmos 5 Cents.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Bandar at
609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro In the Ha
waiian Islands '....8 76
Per Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to Amorica,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnyablo Invnrliibly in Advnnoo.
Telcphoho 2&3. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
Health and Strength
BY THB 'USE OP
Mr. 31. A. dimming, of Tsrrayllle,
Victoria, .AuttraUa, Says t
"About a year ago, I had a sovero
attack of Influenza, which left mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or interest In life. Obtaining
littlo or i)o relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recom
mended to mc, I Anally tried Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, and from that timo.
began to gain health and strength,
I continued tho treatment until
fully rccovorcd, and now have very
great pleasure in telling my friends
of tho merits of Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
and'tho happy results of its use. I
consider it tho best blood-puriuer
Hold Me Jalt at the World' Chief Exposition!.
'AVTD'Q DIIIQ for Constipation
AlLllO riLLO and Btllousnoss.
Sugnr-Coatod, Mild but Effoctlvo
Hollister Drug Co., ltd.
Sole Agonts for tho Rojmblio of Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
JHlOK JAN. Ibt to june 1st, 1805.
f , l Cites.
G H Mumra & Co.Js extra
Pommory & Greno 11,798
Moot & Ohandon 9,608
Hoidsiock & Co., (dry
Louis Roedorer. ...'.:.... 3,438
Perrier Jouot , 3.286
Irroy & Co 1,785
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Mnrcottiix ' 834
Krug & Co ? 270
Olmfl. Hoidsiock 3C5
. Total. -81,859
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
, HOUSE RECORDS.
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agonts for $ . H. Mumm & Co.
for tho Bawaiiau Islands.
CAUGHT BY AN OCTOPUS.
ARTHUR HARllI NEARLY DROVTJI
ED AT WAIKIKI YESTERDAY.
Three HoTV'AttackeA bf a rfoMster
liquid While UalhlBC at Mieivroad's
Long Ilrniich Retort.
An accident occur redat "Waikiki
yesterday , which came rery near
to proving fatal. "Whilo Arthur
Harris, n lad of fifteen mud son of
Geo. Harris, KachaiL, 'the Java
nese circus i5dor, anda third 'boy
of about twelve, wero 'in bathing
at Jim Sherwood's .-place, Long
Branch, thoy woro seized by a
largo squid and young Harris was
very nearly drowned. Tho three
boys had jdived off Jtho end of tho
pier together when cKachail felt a
sevoro psin in his right leg and
something apparently crawling up
it Ho grasped hold of tho ob
ject with, one hand and toro
it loose, immediately swim
ming cml of dangor. Meantime
tho Bocond boy was attacked in
the same way and immediately
after Arthur Harris was Boizod
around tho right log and arm and
by the face and ear on tho right
side. Tho other boy aftor a hard
struggle of a few seconds got
away, but Harris was dragged
down to tho bottom and hold bo
ncath tho Burfaco for n full half
minuto. Happily he stopped up
on tho body of tho monster and
by almost suporhuman effort toro
Ho was almost ox-
taken from the
As soon as possible ho dressed
hiniBolf and started for town
on the .tram. His face and
oar wero terribly swollen
and .bore tho appoaronce of
having been lashed with a riding
whip. Great livid welts markod
his choek and neck. Upon reack
ingtown ho was taken to tho office
of Dr. Minor and given medical
attention. Ho is fooling all right
again this morning, although tho
wounds on both head, arm and
leg are still painful. Coming
down tho car ho said that tho suf
fering was intense, it having ovory
fooling of a bad burn.
' Such a mishap as that hero re
corded is extremely unusual, if
not altogether unprecedented, at
any of our bathing resorts either
in the harbor or on tho "Waikiki
beach. Tho jagged and high
reefs keep sharks and probably
other marine monsters nway from
tho Waikiki bathing places. It is
likely that this particular big
squid was itself surprised to en
counter human beings, and that
neither it nor any of its relatives
will pay tho shore watbrs a visit
again for many years to come.
Score a MumIcuI Triumph at Indepen
The concort at Independence
Park, by members of tho Kamoha
moha Girls' school on Saturday
evening, was a success financially
and a very pleasing program was
Prof. Borgor's orchestra played
two pieces in a manner which
evoked hearty applause and tho
chorus singing was fino .- Special
mention is due to Miss Lydia
Aholo, who has a very Bweot
Boprano voice; Miss Margaret
Sturgoon,who rondored as election
from tho Bohemian Girl, on tho
violin; Miss Olymer, who sang
Schubert's "Soronado" very cred
itably, and MisB .Rosin a Shaw,
pleased the audienco with Braga's
Angel's Soronado. The Canta
taotto (good wordj was excellent
ly performed, eight girls, appro
priately dressed, ropresonting
"light" and tho seven primary
A largo aiidionco filled tho hall
completely, tho performance being
givon from tho stago. at tho Wai
kiki end, upon which Bovoral
tiors ofseatB woro erected to oc-jnnn fC MflRI F IINFARF
commodate tUo sixty girls who took' UUU U "VDLC MnCftUC,
part in tho exorcises. Thoro waa one I
mistako made by tho management,
which iB noticeable- at nearly all
amateur concorts. Tho mustc of :
tho solos and ono of tho choruses
was much too difficult to be ren
dered in a creditablo maneer by
voices not professionally trained.
This very often spoils an entire
program. "Wagner has composed
much of tho finost, grandest music
tho world has over hoard, but it can
not bo oxpectcd tkat school girls
huvo ability or training sufficient
to sing it woll, and to hoar it sung
badly is torturo to an audienco
and humiliating to the singer. If,
in the cases montionod, simpler
airs had been substituted for what
is, properly, classical music tit
would hnvo boon much better.
AT THE CWCUS TONIGHT.
Ileurllt of Lalil Sing. Ilic Unrinc Ilcirc
Tonight, a benefit performance
for Lahl Sing, tho finest baroback
rider over seen in Honolulu, will
bo given at tho circus
dono at tho request of
friends among tho citizens of Ho
nolulu, who have been charmed
and delighted with his marvelous
feats on horseback. Sing comes
from a largo family of circus peo
ple, his father Laving been one of
tho greatest showmen in India,
owning and managing two largo
combinations. Lahl himself was
raised with tho show, and has,
been a rider and all round acro
bat all his lifetime. Ho is famous
all over Australia and India, his
name being a .household word in
all tho largo towns of that portion
of tho world. Ho is -a Bongaleso,
born in Calcutta, and hasti num
ber of brothers who are merchants
dealing in various lines in British
India and London. "1 '
Lahl Sing has rocoived a
very good -education from
constant traveling through
out ovory part of tho East
ern world, as woll as tho Pacific,
has acquired a good knowledgo of
business und becomo much moro
of a cosmopolite than tho avorugo
traveler. A great deal of enthu
siasm provuils about town, somo
prominent morchonts having in
terested themselves to tho extent
of guaranteeing" a full Iioubo,
which Sing certainly doserves.
Tonight's program is elaborate
and attractive and no ono will bo
disappointed nor consider them
solvos bored by seeing tho whole
of it, no matter how many times
thoy may have attended othor per
formances of this deserving com
pany. WAI.INAE PLANTATION.
Now Artewlnn Wells Are Iclnft Huuk
Nino Ton l'er Acre.
Tho Waianao mill has boon
grinding on cane from a field of
116 aores, which haB turned out
remarkably well. About half tho
cano has been used ur) and has
averaged nino tons to tho acre.
McCandloss Bros, aro sinking
.two now wells near tho pumping
station, ono of which is down over
200 feet with a good flow of wator
ussured. Tho other is down 110
foot. Rapid progress a being
mado oil both by tho contractors.
Mrs. Whitney's Punernl.
Mrs. H. M. Whitney's romaiiiB
woro interred in Nuuanu cometory
on Sunday afternoon. Services
woro held at the family residence,
King streot, and at tho grave by
Revs. D. P. Birnio and H. H, Pai
kor. Thoro was a largo attend-
once. Tho pall bearers woro W.
D. Alexander, B. F. Dillingham,
S. M. Damon, W. F. Allen, J. O.
Carter and W. M. Giffard. A
handsomo koa coffin with silver
trimmings and name jilato, from
tho undertaking establishment of
E. A. Williams, enclosed tho body.
Island jowolryis very popular
for souvenirs. It is manufactured
to ordor at H. G. Biart's, on Fort
streot. Gold wiro names mado
wliilo you wait.
flPLt'.NDID PET OF CAPTAIN
WOLTERS OF THE FPLUQER.
If a Ion of the I'umonn Dok Prevent
ed br Kmpernr William I
Captain "Wolters, maBtor of tho
German bark J. 0. Pfiucer, now
in port, has on board a splendid
specimon of tho canino Bpecics.
It is a dog of what is known in
Germany ob tho '"Ulmor" breed,
part Gormau and part Danish,
with points somowhat like the
English mastiff. "Snlton," as
Captain "Wolters calls his pet, is
48 inches in length from tip of
noso to rump, stands 31 inches
high, and woighs about 180
pounds. In color ho iB a rich
brindlo all over. He is only four
years old. Tho sketch of our
artist reproduced herewith -givos
the pose tho dog took when
his master stroked his jowls
to keop him still. Ho is
restless in his action, and moves
j j y LiipX
THE DOa SULTAN BELONGING TO CAPTAIN WOLTE118.
about with the statoliness of a
"Sultan" haB a high historical
affinity. Thoso who have Been
Princo Bismarck's favorito por
traits will romombor that ho sitB
with a braco of fine largo dogs
waiting on him. Thcso aro tho
animals prosonted to him by Em-
Eoror William I., and "Sultan"
ere described is their son. Ho
was prosonted when a pup to Mr.
Bremormann, ono of tho directors
of tho North Gorman Lloyd
Steamship Company, who former
ly belonged to tho firm of H.
Hackfeld & Uo. of Honolulu, and
will bo remembered by many old
residents. "Sultan" was a littlo
Bnappish in Bremen and tho
polico notified Iub ownor that ho
muBt either bo killed, confined or
Mr.Bremormanu offered tho doi
to Captain Wolters boforo tho J
Pflugor sailed for this port Ho
told tho captain that although ho
was not in tho dog trade, ho would
not givo him tho animal for noth
ing. "You put a substantial con
tribution in tho poor box," ho
said, "and you can tako
tho dog." So Captain Woltors
deposited 160 odd marks (about
$40) in tho charity fund, and thus
became tho proud possessor of
"Sultan." Tho dog's temper bus
ovidently moderated (eommvhat
under Captain Wolters' discipline,
aided porhaps by sea lifo, for ho
Bhowod no resentment whon our
roportor caressed his massivo
head. Captain Wolters says, how-
ovor, tnatit win laro oaaiywnn
any stranger who comes unbiddon
over tho ship's rail aftor nightfall.
Captain Woltors haB boon sail
ing in tho packets of his lino bo
twoon Europe and this port for
many years. In tho early eighties
ho was mate of tho bark O. It.
Bishop, which was badly burned
at San Francisco Boven years ago
and was somo timo ago sold by
tho company. His brothor was
captain of tho same voasol on hor
lator voyagos to this port. Cap
tain Woltors is ono of tho nioBt
goniul of skippers, and has a largo
circle of friouds in Honolulu, who
must on hiB present visit be care
ful to observe the old adago,"Lovo
mo, love my dog."
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
Jndffc de lit Vorene nUpumen Justice
to Itlanr Applicants.
Thoro was a splendid assort
ment of Saturday night and Sun
dayllrunkB on hand at tho open
ing of Court when Judgo do la
Vorcno mounted his rostrum this
morning und tried to look sovero
over tho top rims of his gold
mounted oyeglaBses. Thoro wore
eleven of them, including a Portu
guese damsel and an Hawaiian
maiden, but ono of tho lot failed
to keep hiB appointment with tho
Court and the handsomo clerk
with' tho budding BidawhiskorB
consequently scooped in SO bail
money upon tho ordor of tho
Judge; Tho othor ton put up tho
usual S2 lino and SI costs, and
went off in search of a "bracor" at
tho nearest dispensary.
Throe Chinese, whoso manipu
lations of chpfa tickets have been
tho cause of their presont pilikia
pleaded not guilty and will havo
until tomorrow to proparo tes
timony to suit tho case.
S. Kaanaana is tho name of an
individual who pleaded guilty of
f riding a horso with a bad soro
back, out for somo reason or
othor his sontouco was suspended.
Kulia was fined a dollar and
costs for permitting his licensed
vohiclo to bo driven by an un
licensed driver. A Bmart by
standor romarked that ho always
thought tho driver drove tho
horso and not tho vohiclo. but no
attention was paid to him and ho
subsided in confusion.
Pipi and Antono woro fined S5
and S12 respectively for assaulting
a phinpso who was out shopping
with his wifo and was ablo to hiro
a hack to do so. Tho defendants
woro bus drivors and claimed that
tho Chinaman commenced tho row
by prodding them in tho stomachs
with his umbrella, but tho Court
Nous of American ItoTolntlon.
This society will celebrate tho
164th anniversary of tho birth of
ate ceremonies, at tho residence
of Potor O. Jones on Kuakini
strodt, next Saturday evening at
Each raombor is requested to
bring his wifo with him and to
submit for this occasion a short
sketch of his Revolutionary An
cestor, extend in cr his linoaue. whon
practicable, back to tho Colonial,
ponod. Compatriots ore request
ed to woar cither tho insignia of
tho Ordor or tho rosotto Full
Tho following programmo will
Sketches of Ancestors.
Remarks by Members.
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Tho Woman's Board of Mis-
a " ill
sion8 will civo a reception to mo
ChinoBO ladies of tiro city to
morrow afternoon (Tuosday),
Fob. 18th at 2 o'clock. All tho
mombors of this Board and any
othor ladies, who may bo interest
ed, aro cordially invited to bo
THE CRISTOPORO COLOMBO.
Her Reception at Vanconvcr and
Tho .Italian warship Cristoforo
Colombo arrived in Esquimalt
from Vancouver on January 29th.
Her arrival waB heralded with tho
booming of cannon from tho
British squadron, tho demonstra
tion indulged in having a double
fold significance as marking the
twenty-third birthday of Lieuten
ant Princo Luigi, nephew of King
Humbort, w'hoso father, Princo
Amadeo, was oncoKing of Spain, y"
Among tho festivities of -tho re
ception of tho ship and gallant
crow was a banquet givon aboard
tho Colombo, which was mado tho
occasion of extending warm con
gratulations to tho popular and
handsomo young Prince, as also
an exchange of much friendship
typical of that which now exists
I between Italy and Great Britain
Aftor a short stay at the British
Naval Station tho cruiser left for
San Francisco, arriving on Tues
day, February 4th. After leaving
Victoria, B. C, tho warship camo
slowly down tho coast, at no timo
making moro than five or six
knots an hour. She was sighted
at 10 a. m., and four hours later
was at anchor between tho Mon
teroy and Adams. Immediately
afterward tho American flag was
run up at tho fore and afialuto of
twolvo guns fired. Lieutenant
Hough, acting commander of the
Adams, visited the Cristoforo
Colombo, and Italian Consul
Grimaldi was among tho first to
arrive. Ho wolcomed Captain
Bertolini on behalf of tho colony
and tho Italian Chamber of Com
merce. The vessol will stay in
San Francisco at least a month,
her long voyage necessitating
the nmoiu OPE.M.MJ.
Kinrire Number of VUltors Inspect lliv
Tho now storerooms of W. W.
Dimond on King Btreot wero
thrown open to tho public this
morning and a constant stream of
visitors havo beon viewing tho
beautiful selections of goods ex
posed for Bale on tho numerous
bIioIvcs, counters and show cases
all through the day.
Every modern convenience in
tho shape of cash carriers, patent
railwav ston ladders for ouicklv
reaching goods on high shelves,
and other appliances for facilitat
ing business will bo found in use at
this omporium of glassware, hard
ware and crockery. Mr. Dimond's
store is certainly most attractively
fitted up, and that tho public ap
preciates his efforts to pleaso
would soem to bo apparent from
the largo amount of business dono
during tho" day. Tho publio is
cordially invited to inspect tho
promises and display of goods and
will not bo solicited to purchase,
although thoBe desiring to do so
will quickly bo waited on by
polito and attentive clerks.
Visitors to tho uppor portion of
tiro store may use tho handsomo
stairway or toko tho elevator,
which is run by electricity and is
sate and convenient.
THE NEW ENGLAND 1IINNEU.
List of Lndlcs Yfho Will Ailt at
The following ladies will assist
in, making a success of tho New
England dinner to bo givon at
Haalelea Lawn next Friday after-
noon. Tho affair is under tho
porsonal supervision of Mrs.
Jordan and tho ladies will bo
dressed in Martha Washington
Mesdames Jordan, Warrinor,.
Lowrie, Ohapin, Athorton, Gar
tonborg, Harris, Wall and Mur
phy. Misses Bcokwitk, Fanning,
Campbell, Gilman, Angus, Mc
Guiro, E. P. Judd, Smith, Wator
houBo, West, Reynolds, Lowrio,
E. Hopper, Brooky, Girvin, Gil
bert, Lovo, Miller, Whitney, Hart
well, RicOj King and Paty,
Admission to tho grounds will
bo frco. Dinner tickets will bo
fifty ednts each.
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