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The Only Eight Tage
;w Don't Read the Bulletin
you Don't Gel ALL the News.
Evening Paper Published
on the Hawaiian Islands.
Subscription 75c. a month.
It Reaches ALL the Teople.
Vol. 1. No. 298.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sundny at
009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhero in the Ha
waiian Islands $ 7A
Per Year. 8 IX)
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Moxico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countrioa 13 00
Pnyablo Invariably In Advance.
Telephone 260. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
NO. 10, FORT ST.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
busiuoss o tho No. 10 Fort Street
Storo from tho estate of tholato
J. T. Waterhouso, 1 will continuo
the same business under my own
Thanking tho patrons for their
patronage during tho twonty-fivo
years of ray management of tho
business, I ask for a continuanco
of tho same liberal patronage.
A full line of Dry Goods and
Fancy Goods will bo kept con
Btantiy on hand ut lowest prices.
HAVE JCST RfcCKIVEU
An assortment of
"Victoria Lawns, Doyloys, Cool
ing Cloths and
Linen Table Damask and Lin
en Napkins, Linen and Turk
ish Towels, Curtain Loops,
Silk Boltings, etc., etc.
E. W. JORDAN.
Just -:- Arrived
i A NEW INVOICE
( ' P. D. Corsets
We beg to call special attontion to the
P. 0. LINEN
Of which wo carry All Sizes in Btook.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Flic Htiwaiiau News Co.,Ud
Morchunt Street, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
13?" Carry tho Largest Assortment in
these Hues of any houso on tho Islands. No
Just Received a consignment of
Vosb & Sons, Scbiller & Smith ana Bariies
37' Special attontion cnllod to the last
named to thobo who want a cood l'iano at
a moderate pries. AVe sell Pianos on the
Wo ItlituttfHctiiro Rubber htnmpii.
OV. Island orders solicited. Give ui a
triafuud so gaarantoo satisfaction.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Will relievo tho moat dis
.trcssinc couirli. sootho
tho Inflamed membrane,
looson tho phlegm, and
Induce refreshing sleep.
For the euro of Croup,
Wlioanhijr Couch. Sore
Throat, and all tho pul
monary troubles to which
tho younjr aro so liable.
thoro is no other remedy so effect
A Record of nearly 60 years
Gold Medals at the World's Chid Expositions.
JEJ- Tho linnu', .i.r'n CJirrrjr 1'ectornl,
l prominent mm thuwrami.-i timl H blimn
II the Minus ol cull buttle. Take liu clicup
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Kopublio of Hnwali.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
most jan. 1st to jone 1st, 1895.
G H Mnmra & Co.'s extra
Potnmory & Urono 11,798
Sloet & Ohnndon 9,608
Heidsieck & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 3,438
Ruinort : 3,130
Perrier Jouot 3.286
Irroy & Co 1,786
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
3t. Mnrconux 334
Ohas. Hoidsiook 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agents for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
Saturday, May 9th.
Hf Trains will have Uonolula Depot ut
1:15 p. jU. and .1:30 p. m.
Races to Commence at 4:15 p. r
Excursion Tickets, 75c.
Piano Tor Sale.
A WOODWAllD ft BROWN PIANO.
Ilns an excollont tone and is in lino condi
tion. "Will be sold ohoap for cash.
Addross L. T.
195-tf Huiaetin Office.
HONOLULU, 3f, I., THUBSDAY, MAY 7, 1896.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
TWO ntYB LATER KVENTS OP
tii r. ursmE woiti.n.
Cripple Creole T.hIcI In Atlicx-IIntu-
iiiond nud Oilier Sentenced lo
Dentli-C'anitiiittcd by Krncgcr.
By tho arrival of tho sloamship
Mariposa this morning, wo hnvo
San Francisco ''datM to 'April
30th, or two days Mator than tho
Australia brought. Tho moat im
portant events aro given below
undor appropriate headings:
U SITED STATES.
Baseball is booming in tho great
Arizona will declaro for Mo
Kinloy nn'd free Bilver. )
Oree Indians are to bo removed
from Montana to Canada.
is to marry his deceased wifo'a
McKinloy has three of tho dole
gates chosen from tho State of
Tho official trial of tho now U.
S. battle ship Oregon comos off on
Tho Mississippi Democratic
Convention has adopted a free
Mrs. Booth - Tucker, tho now
Consul of tho Salvation Army in
America, is seriously ill in San
Tho Old Dominion lino steamer
Wyanoko ran into tho cruiser Co
lumbia at Norfolk, Va., and was
sunk. Passengers and crow saved.
The Republican Convention of
Illinois has nominated John 11.
Tauner for Governor nud W. A.
Northcott for Lieutenant-Governor.
Pastor Brown, of the First Con
gregational Church of San Fran
cisco, has finally resigned, and
the resignation was promptly ac
cepted. Pennsylvania Dcmocrnts have
unanimously endorsed Robert
Emory Pattron as their choice
for tho presidential nomination
at Chicago. Tho platform adopt
ed endorses Clovoland and tho
Louis Larson, a janitor in tho
oM Colony building, Chicago,
while washing windows on tho
fifteenth iloor of tho building, foil
to tho street. Nearly every bono
was broken, tho noise ns ho struck
thofitono sidewalk sounding liko
a pistol shot.
Tho Northorn Pacific Steamship
Company has chartered tho Brit
ish steamer Braomor to make trips
between Hongkong, Yokohama
and Tacoma. She will loavo
Hongkong on her first trip Juno
5th, Yokohama Juno 16th, and
will arrive at Tacoma July lst.Sho
ifl a new ship and will bring over
tho now crop of tea.
PitUToniA, April 29. Tho sen
tences of death imposed upon
John Hays Hammond, tho Amer
ican ongineer, Colonel Francis
Rhodos, brother of tho fornior
Premier of Capo Colony; Lionel
Phillips, prosidont of tho Chambor
of Mines at Johannesburg, and
Goorgo Farrar, proprietor of
Country Lifo at Johannesburg,
have boon commuted.
In passing judgment upon tho
prisoners yeitorday tho Judgo
said it was his painful duty to
impose tho oxtronio sontnnco, but
ho hoped that tho Executivo would
exorcise tho same degree of
clomoncy toward tho prisoners ho
had shown at tho boginning of the
Monstor petitions woro signed
hero and in Johannesburg asking
tho Prosidont to pardon Ham
mond nnd his associates. Tho
Boor jurors, boforo whom tho con
demned would have been tried
had thoy not ploadod guilty, also
signed a memorial asking Execu
Washington, April 29. Secre
tary Olnoy today recoived a cable
gram from Vico-Oonsul-Gonoral
Knight at Capo Town stating that
ho had boon informed officially
thut tho death sentence of John
Hays Hammond had boon com
muted. JoHANNKSiiUKfl, pril 19. - Tho
Diggers' News says: Barney Bar
nato, tho Kaffir King, is very bit
ter'concerning the sentences im
posed upon Rhodes, Hammond
and others at Pretoria, and is
showing his resoutment by dos
sing all his mines and soiling all
,hk landed properties in tho Rand.
Tho peoplo aro paralyzed at tho
prbspect, as tho closing of tho
Barnato mines will throw thou
sands of men into tho already
overflowing lauks of tho unem
ployed. London, April 28. Tho Ma
Bhonalaud Agency horo recoived
tho following dispatch from Bulu
wayo, dated April 27: "There
was a big engagement this morn
iug.Throe impis (regiments) sur
rounded us. Wo defeated nnd
routsl them with great loss."
HAVANA.April 29. The Spanish
gunboat Meusagoro has captured
and brought into this port tho
Amoricau schooner Competitor
of Koy West, loaded with anus
and ammunition. On board of
horworo Alfredo Labordo, Dr.
Bedia and three newspaper cor
respondents, who aro hold prison
ers. United States Minister Taylor
paid a visit to the Spanish Premier
Cauovas del Castillo at Madrid and
in tho courso of tho conforonco gave,
in tho name of President Clovoland,
tho strongest assurancos that as
long as the insurgents do not gain
advantages sufficient to onablo
thorn to placo themselves in tho
condition required byinteruatioual
law and tho usages of war, as do
fincd in Gonoral Grant's message,
tlm Prosidont will not grant recog
nition of belligerency.
At Gunyabel a few days ago
Jose Maceo surrounded 380 Span
ish troops with a suporior force
and captured them without a
fight. Ho disarmed them and
stripped them of their clothing
and sent thorn linked to Guanajay.
The Spanish troops aro not pro
vided with underclothes. Tho
object iu stripping tho Spanish
troops wns to get their uniforms.
Cuban iusurgonts nro to uso
An explosion took placo on tho
28th in the Captain-General's
palace at Havann. A number of
walls were blown down nnd part
of tho roof fell in. One man was
injured. Tho explosion is attribu
ted to tho insurgonts.
Tho Gorman Reichstag Com
mittee by a vote of 12 to 9 has
passed the now sugar tax bill.
Honry Gothard von Troitchko,
tho Gorman historian, is dead.
Ho waB born in 184-1.
Paris, April 28. Tho an
nouncement was mado tonight
that M. Melinohad succeeded in
forming liia Cabinet as follows:
Molino, Promior and Minister
Barthou, Ministor of Foroign
Cochory, Ministor of Finance.
Lobou, Minister of Colonies.
Tallo, Minister of Commerce.
Gonoral Billet, Minister of War.
Darlan, Ministor of Justice.
Admiral Bornard, Minister of
Jacombo, Ministor of Public
Rarabaud, Minister of Publio
Paihh, April 29. Boucher and
Turret accopted respectively tho
portfolios of Commerce andPublic
Works in Molino's Cabinet. This
completes tho new Miuibtry.
A I' HUM.
A Gorman forco defeated a largo
body of HottoutotrohotainDama
rand on April 5th, killing forty
six of thorn. Tho Gorman loss
Fiikat, fifteon miles south of
Akasico on tho Nile, may at any
moment bo occupied asa further
advance post by tho British troops.
A rumor is circulated that Sirdar
Kitchener may resign owing to
his action being restricted. Tho
Dervishes advaucod post, extend
ing from Dograksi to Forok, now
numbors 4000 men, undor Ham
mud. Tho stream of DorviBh ro
onforcoraontB from Dongoln to
Moghrakch is uowclosor, and pro
bably a big stand will bo mado by
tho onomy at Dongoln.
Latest uowb from Osmau Digua
states that ho has loft tho neigh
borhood of tho lato lighting and is
going westward, but it is not
known whothor ho is march
ing for Tokar or his placo on tho
Tho Herald correspondent in
Managua cables: Tho robol head
quarter at La Paz woro captured
by General Zolaya. Many pri
sonors woro takon. Momotombo
has also fallen into tho hands of
tho Government forces undor
General Royes. Tho onomy is
now restricted to Leon.
O It EAT llltlTAIN. ,
Sir John Millais, tho eminent
artist, is ill with cancer of tho
It is Baid that General Rodvors
Bullor and Lord Wolsoloy are
quarreling ovor tho conduct of tho
Soudan compaigu nnd tho former
III It. TltAOY IN JAl'A.V.
Ho Nee tho Fount of Cherry llloxum
anclIUcctt Hugh Giimi.
Word wna rocoived by tho China
frora'"Mr. Tracy, tho Fort strcot
merchant, now at Yokohama. Ho
will return on Juno 2d, bringing
with him a very largo linopf Ori
ental goods. Mr. Tracy has mado
quito an extensivo tour through
out a largo portion of Japan, visit
ing Kobo, Tokio and othor cities.
Whilo in Kobo ho attended tho
festival of the Cherry Blossoms, n
great Japaneso gala day.
In Yokohama ho mot Hugh
Gunn, formerly of Honolulu, who,
together with a gontloman from
Tacoma and one from Wichitn,
Kansas, is keeping bachelor's hall
on tho bluffs abovo tho city. Curi
ously ouough both of tho othor
gontlomon woro former friends
nnd acquaintances of Mr. Trncy
'mi: iA.Mii:its ov iiYr.Noriy.ti."
N)hoin1h nf Cniuitoaii Vnrlitiiiottcr'H
Locturo I.iiit Nlctit.
Tho Countess Wnohtmoistor
took for her subject last ovoning,
"Tho Dangers of Hypnotism." By
many examples sho illustrated
how mental, physical and finan
cial wrocks had boon wrought up
on victims of tho hypnotist by tho
oxorciso of his powers for evil. On
tho othor hand, animnl roagnotiBm
was described as an entirely dif
foront forco, which could bo de
veloped in a person and that such
dovelopmont was desirable. Hor
locturo was very entertaining and
hold tho closest attention of a
largo audioiico for over nu hour.
At its oloso tho Countess answer
ed numerous questions propound
ed by somo of thoso present. To
night sho will ropenthor discourse
of Sunday last, "Death and After."
I'olloo Court Itcnia.
A largo number of cases woro
disposed of in Judgo do la
Vorgno's court this morning.
Elovon Ohineso were tried on a
ohargo of gambling. Ono was
discharged and tho othor ton paid
$12 and costs.
Cham Ho, for conducting a
lottery, sull'orod to tho oxtont of
$50 and oxpenses.
Joso Firolla dug up 25 for as
saulting nud battering tho count
ouanco of ono of his friends.
Joo Forroirn was charged with
assault but thoro being no proof
his caso was nollo pros.'d, as was
that of F. Smith, drunkenness,
ono ngaiust a native for illicit dis
tilling and fivo Chinese, opium in
Ono poor pako, howovor, wns
found guilty of tho latter crimo
and mulcted in tho sum of S50.
Tho Cnstlo momorinl organ ar
rived on tho Australia and poi
tions of it woro sout out to Puua
Pnioa 5 Cents.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
HIE NF.NATK AOJOUKNS IMUl WANT
OF SOMETHING TO DO.
The Ilniidcol Iteprraniitntlie iiit In
tho Morning Very Comrnrtnbly
DIculnctho Llcrnoo Act.
Sixty Fii.!t Day, May 7th.
Aftor tho usual" preliminaries in
tho Sonato this morning, Senator
Lyman presonted a report from
tho Committeo on Public Lands
in regard to tho bill on fencing,
recommending its passage. Laid
ovor for futuro consideration.
Tho Bnmo Senator road his bill
authorizing tho taking of water
from tho Wailuku river for the
uso of tho Hilo Electric Light
Company. Passed tho first read
ing and referred to tho Printing
Sonnto Bill No. 35, amending
tho law in zolntion to ports of
entry, was road tho second time
nnd reforredto tho Committeo on
Commorco", togQthor with House
Bill No. 2 on tho samo subject.
Houso Bill No. 31, relating to
fencing, with tho report of tho
committeo, was takon up nnd after
somo discussion referred back to
At 10:25 tho Sonato ".Jjourued
for want of something to do.
Sixty-Second Day, May 7.
house of itepkesentatives.
Yesterday afternoon Section 16
of tho Licenso bill, referring to
loan and real estato agents, deal
ers in stocks and bonds nnd
notaries, was strickon out by a
voto of 6 to 5. Thero was much
discussion between Rep. Robert
son and MiniBter Dnmon. ThiB
morning, on motion of Rep. Win
ston, tho Houso voted to reconsid
er tho section. Reps. Winston,
Kamauoha, Richards, Cluney and
Hnnuna voting aye,
Sections 17 to 49 inclusive pasB
cd second roading yesterday.
Tho Committeo on Passed Bills
roported Senate, Bills 20 and 28
nud Houso Bills 27 nud 28 'as
having been presonted to tho
Section 60 of tho License Act
waB thou takon up. This section
rofors to butchers nnd slaughter
house licenses. RopB. Winston
nnd Cluuoy spoko ngaiuBttliomoa
Btiro. Ministor Damon explained that
tho imposition of n $300 tax effect
ually stopped a porBon of Binnll
means from entering into compe
tition with the larger firms.
Mr. Olunoy advocated imposing
a tax of twonty-fivo cents per head
on cattle slaughtered. Tho sec
tion wns finnlly roforrod to the
Boloct committee for amendment,
as were sections 51 nnd 52 referring
to tho samo subjoot and section
53, pork butchors license.
Section 54, imposing a liconBo
on commercial trnvolors of 3500
for Honolulu and $250 for othor
parts of tho group, passed.
Section 55 placos a licenso fee
on doctors, and was stricken out.
Section 56, referring to tho samo
was likowiso dealt with.
Section 57 wns roforrod to the
Sectious 58 to 66. liconsoH n
possess, carry and use firo arms;
Sections 67, 68 and 69, imposing
a tax of $25 on lawyers, woro
Section 70, licenso on livery sta
blos, when rend, was liko Haunt
ing a red rag in front of a bull in
its effect on Rep. Richnrds who
denounced tho moasuro as outra
geous. A livory stablo-koopor, lie
said, had to pay a property tax, a
license tax on all his vehicles and
now the bill proposed to pilo it on
to mm Btill nioro Ueavily.
Rop. Winston asked if that was
not tho enso with all of tho varieties
of business affected by the bill.
Said ho thought its principlo en
After considerable discussion
tho soction wuh Rtricknn nut mid
tho Houso adjournod to 1:30,
it being thon 12:10.
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