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Vol. 1. No. 300.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day exoopk Snndny nt
609 King Streot, Honolulu, H. I.
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waiian Islands ' 76
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HAVING PURCHASED THE
"business of tho No. 10 Tort Streot
Storo from tho estnto of tho Into
J. T. Wntorhouso, 1 will continue
tho Bruno business undor ray own
Thanking tho patrons for thoir
patronage during tho twonty-five
years of my management of tho
business, I ask for a continuance
of tho Bnrao liberal patronage.
A full lino of Dry Goods and
Fancy Goods will bo kept con
stantly on hand at lowest prices,
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HONOLULU, H. L, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1896.
NOTES FROM THE CRATER.
Tnr. run' Tiir. cuownino kxte
int:.sci: of a Mi.-Kiimv
ISlK lEnitiiil-itp orCnltlo-Couailloiii. In
Hlolniuivronoo and Kllniipn
May i, 189G.
This hotel has been rntlier quiet
sinco tho dispersal of tho Manna
Loa party. Dr. Dillo, Messrs.
Dodge, Farley and Phillips loft
for Hilo on Friday morning to
seek passage in tho fbikeliko or
any other steamer avnilahlo for
Honolulu. Mr. Mousarrat aud
family and Mrs. Graham loft for
Kapapala on Saturday. Mr.
Hitchcock has Icon back and
forth botweonhoro and hisfathor's
villa on thojj Volcano road and
Kapapala, wliere"ho went yoster
Tho following-named arrived
on Saturday: Thomas V. Dirnie,
Springiield, Mass.; L. A. Mooro,
1st sergeant Co E., N. G. H.; O.
H. Bradford, Arthur F. "Wall and
Miss Wilson, Honolulu.
Below aro Bev. DrN Dillo's re
marks on his visit to the volcano,
written in tho Volcano Houso
"May 1, 189G. Beached Vol
cano House April 20. Wont with
tho party of thirteen and fivo
guides to tho crater of Mokuawoo
weo, starting from tho Volcano
House April 28 at 0 a. m. Bo
turned April 30th, reaching Vol
cano Honso at 0:30 p. m.
"Tho trip was a "successful,
though diillcult one. Tho outfit
provided by Mr. Mousarrat was
all that could bo desired. Tho
crater of Mokuaweoweo is tho
grandest sight my eyes ovor bo
hold, soon ns wo saw it tho lako
of fire, tho great fountains play
ing continuously, ouo of them
throwing up a mighty column of
orange-colored Homo to a height
of 250 feet.
"1 will 1pivo description to tho
scientific mrn of tho party, and
will only add such a trip is tho
crowning experionco of a lifotimo.
"Kilauoa Halomaunmu is
quiescent, Madame l'elo having
apparently removed her royal court
to the summit of Manna Loa
which has put on whito in honor
of hor presence.
"Tho Volcano Houso is a splen
did hostolry, Mr. Loo tho princo
of good follows. Wo leavo today
for Honolulu and homo por Aus
tralia May 9.
"Elbert B. Dille,
"Pastor Central M. E. Church,
Although Tieonlo have boon tele
phoning from other parts of tho
isiium iuai mo signs oi orupiion
did not seem to bo so strong as at
first, thoro was no diminution in
tho intensity of tho roilcction when
saw it last two nights ago. Last
night it could not bo Beon on ac
count of clouds, and tho same con
dition has oxistod all of today.
Mr. Bimio aud Mr. Wall will
"tompt tho daugorous way" with a
jmny 10 uo organ izeu aiior tlio
Kinau arrives, which is expected
to bring Mr. aud Mrs. Thurston
and others. Mr. Bradford wont
to Hilo on Monday morning.
Thoro was a round-up of cattle
on the Kapapala ranch weok t( f
foro last, when sqvou thousand
animals woro corralled. Ninety
men woro engaged in tho exciting
work, and Chinese boinhn worn
used to scaie tho wild cattle out
of tho woods.
An imported horso belonging
to tho ranch bocnino fagged out
undor a packlond, whilo climbing
tho mountain with tho volcano
paity, and had to bo abandoned
Thoro was a tremondous down
pour iu Hilo and along tho Vol
cano road last Thursday. Wator
ran from ouo foot to fivo foot doop
on tho streets of tho town, and
thoro was ton feot depth of wator
at the bad placo on tho Volcano
road, where tho two older Messrs,
iA, J . uk4 AfJufavjilMifr fonjis, , ,
Hitchcock had a narrow oscapo
with their lives several years ago.
According to ouo historian of
tho Mauna Loa trip, tho Bulletin
representative was "recovering
Blowly." As ho rofe his full re
port of the trip wifluirt taking
any rest after tho forty miles' rug
ged ride, you will understand that
ho was in a terribly bad condition
and regret that his recovory was
not rapid. Those who aro so
clever at diagnosing other people's
cases ought to sond in thoir fulls,
unlesB they aro afraid of prosocu
tion for practising the physician's
profession without a license.
Halemaumau is emitting vast
vohvneH of vapors constantly. It
would not be surprising if au
eruption took place any day. Tho
nioro recent visitors wont down
into tho crater yesterday, and tho
guido on roturning reports an in
crease of heat.
It is reported that n littlo girl
was killed at Hilo by tho fall of a
pile of lumber on which she was
playing. D. L.
ciuci'ir coiiur .hattkii.
The Ilonlcr Divorce Suit Illeoiitli
iictl I'robnfo hiiiI Ollirr.7In(tirx.
In tho divorco suit of Theresa
Floronco Wolf Bowler vs. John
F. Bowler, a discontinuance of tho
action was filed this morning
by tho plaintiff.
In the estate of Amos P. Jones,
Uio administratrix, Bachel Jones,
has filed hor final account and pe
tition for tho allowance of tho
same and discharge.
In tho matter of tho guardian
shin of William O. Markham,
Judge Carter has appointed S. K.
Knno as guardian of tho property
undor SloOO bonds.
Jtulgo Perry and a jury are still
engaged in tho trial of the case of
William Kuhia vs. Ahiena, ad
ministrator. What Wo Inherit
Wo aro not to blaino for. Wo
cannot bo held responsible for tho
dispositions ami tendencies which
wo derive from our ancestors, nor
aro wo responsible for tho germs
of disease which may manifest
themselves in our blood as a hori-
, tago from former generations.
, But wo aro resnonsiblo if wo allow
1 thoso gorms to develop into sorious '
! diseases which will impair our
' usefulness and destroy our happi
1 ness. Wo aro responsible if we
transmit to our descendants tho
diseaso gorms which it is possible
for us to oradicato by tho uso of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, tho ono true
blood purifier. This modicino has
power to make rich, red blood and
establish perfect hoalth in placo
Honolulu's warm climato is
conducive of thirst to a greater
degree than that of a colder zono.
Tho average business man Iosob
also, to a dogroo, tho amount of
onorgy and nervous force common
onough in tho bracing air of
Amorican cities. Theso two phases
of our climato mako it inoro
necessary than olsowhoro to stim
ulate tho Bystom with an invigor
aut. No more healthful or puror
stimulus, or one more delightful
to tho palate, can bo found, thnn
Pabsjt Milwaukee beer. It is a
delicious drink and is constantly
on draught at tho Cosmopolitan,
Pacific and tho ltoyal.
Professor P. E. Wolff, who has
beon exploring and collecting
ornithological and other specimens
in Fiji and various other islands
of tho South Pacific, was a through
passongor on tho Mariposa tor
Fiji, Samoa and Tonga. Profes
sor Wolff has for sovoral years
beon collecting for tho Govern
ments of France, Italy, Germany
and tho United States and is yet
roprcsonting thorn. It was ho
who found tho ruins of anciont
socret tomplos in tho intorior of
Tho faculty of Princoton Col
logo has elected Henry Irving
honorary member of tho Amori
can Whig Soeioty. This is a dis
tinction seldom conferred, nnd
doubtless it will bo all tho inoro
valuod for that reason.
THE NEWS OF HAWAII.
SINOIC TlfK l)KlAltllJlli: OF TIIK
C'umlciikvtl una (,'litillilltMl lorllio Alio-
trnllH'K Mull Toilny-Tliv Kventu
Following is an opitomo of
ovonts in tho Hawaiian Islands
sinco tho doparturo of tho Monowai
on May lBt:
May 2 News received from
Kauai of a horrible murdor com
mitted on tho night of April 29th.
A native woman named Kaula cut
off tho head of hor 10-months old
boy with a draw kuifo. Both tho
woman and hor husband woro
brought to Honolulu whoro thoy
have sinco beon adjudged insane
and Bent to tho asylum.
Chas. Purdy, an em ploy o of
Wilder & Co., got two of his fin
gers crushed in a machine and
amputation was necossary.
Tho Bteamer Kinau met with
rough weather off tho coast of Ha
waii on hor last trip and had ono
of hor boats slashed.
The American bark Pnntnlnn
1585 tons, arrived from Portland
and Astoria. After discharging
about -100 tonH nf hnllnnt aim will
load sugar for Now York or Phil-
Tho bovs of tho Knmnhnmnlin
schools gavo a vorv successful
Six Ilioro PorttlPlieRn worn nr.
rested for disturbing tho poaco
and resisting an ollicor.
Mav 3 TJiobarknntinn Plnnfnr.
Captain Dow, sailed with 15,737
bags of sugar, weighing 1,837,000
lbs, and valuod at 08,200.02.
Sixty thousand dollars worth of
opium, captured by Custom
House officials during tho nast
year, was towed three miles out to
sea and destroyed by Government
Countess Wachtmoistor de
livered her first lecturo on "Death
and After" to a crowded audiouco.
May -1 Tho Normal Training
Class celebrated tho coutonary of
Uornco Maun by appropriate ex
orcises at Y. M. (J. A. hall.
Tho May term of tho Circuit
Court oponod with a heavy calen
dar, Judge Porry presiding.
Tho steamship Australia arrived
at 3 p. in.
Agent Koynolds of tho Board of
Health reports 09 doaths for tho
month of April in this city.
May 5 Tho first annual tour
nament of tho Hawaiiau Tenuis
Association commenced in this
Judgo Porry roudored a de
cision in tho suit of Rudolph
Sprockols vs. Waltor M. Giffard.
This isa bill in equity praying
for an injunction to restrain tho
dofoudaut as secretary and treas
urer of tho Paauhau Plantation
Company, an Hawaiian corpor
ation, from cancelling certain cer
tificates of sharos in tho said cor
poration nlloged to bolong to com
plainant and to have boon by him
pledged to Allon it Lowis, of
Portland, Oregon, or to issuing
now certificates in placo thereof,
and furthor praying that tho do-
fondant bo ordered nnd directed
to enter into tho books of said cor
poration that said Bharos have
boon pledged as aforesaid. Tho
decision recites that tho plaintiff
is ontitled to tho roliof prayed for
and n decree is ordorcd according-
Tho steamship China arrivod
from tho Orient at 3:30 p. in.
Antone Maslino. nn mmln nf
Circuit Judgo Porry, died of nouto
nephritis, aged 50 years.
Tho four- masted barkontino
Jano L. Stanford arrived, about
00 days from Nowcastlo with a
cargo of coal.
May 0 Dofinito news was re
ceived from tho first party which
visitod tho groat volcano at tho
summit of Mokuawoowoo. Daniol
ijogan, ociuor ot tins papor, was
of tho party, aud a full account of
'M&3A&l&l& .4 ma l- mmk,m. w
Price 5 Cents.
tho nscont can bo found in the
Evening Bulletin of May 6th.
Tho party found a lako of fir&
about 1000 by GOO foot, from which
two magnificent fountains of lavfr
roso to a height of 400 feet. It was
t a hcuiio or nwiui granuour.
Artesian water has been struck
J on the Lahaina plantation, Maui,
at a depth of G5 foot.
At a meeting of tho Bnsoball
Leaguo tho Kamchamoha Alnrani'
team were admitted. This makes
four clubs represented and Borne
good games mny bo expected this
Manogor Dillingham escorted
United States Ministor Dun and a
party from the steamship China
to Waianao and back by special
Tho bark Mohican arrived, 18
days from San Francisco.
Countoss Wnchimoistor lectured
on "Tho Dangers of Hypnotism?
to a largo audionco. '
C. B. McVeigh, ono of tho
brightest youug business men of
tho city, died Vit his residence on
Wilder avenuo from tho effects of
an operation for tumor, aged 3C
years. Ho was proprietor of the
National Iron Works in this city
nnd agent of tho Snn Francisco
brass foundry of Garrett & Co.
May 7 Owing to' tho pre
valence of tlio nlnmin in nin'n.
tho Board of Health rnnnlvorl
notify Btoamship ogonts at infect
ed Asiutic ports that steorngo nas-
songors will not bo allowed to
laud at Honolulu until further
ordors from this Government.
Tho steamship Mariposa arriv
ed from San Francisco nnd left
for tho Colonies nt 7 p. in. Mra.
Robert Louis Stovouson, Lloyd
Osbourno and wifo ad Mrs. Isobcl
Strong left by hor for thoir home
Tho bark Molroso cleared for
Royal Roads in ballast.
m -m m
AIIOI1T TUB ItEfJVrrA.
Getirso ICuto Will How for tlio IlcaU
iil in Ilotli ICnrcn.
Somo of tho pnpors seem to get
their information, rolntivo to the
regatta, from peculiar sources.
Thoy have a singular faculty for
twisting things round so that a fad
is hardly recognizablo after thoy
get through with it. Tlio Hoalanis
have not lost nnyono from thoir
junior crow rei'ontly,but they have
! ... ..! ...... f it .
iuai inufjuuil mull 111)111 nioHoniors,
Atkinson aud Charlio Walker.
Novortholess, tho Hoalaui's arc
keoping a Btiff upper lip and both
junior and somor races will be
closely contested. GeorgoRoso will
pulled in both of tho Healani crows, ,
occupying his regular placo ia
tho Juniors aud noting as
Walker's substitute in tho Sonior
race. It is not at all nnliknlv .
despite their crippled condition.
tunt tlio Healauis may come out
winnor. Dr. Russell has positive
ly forbidden Walker from rowing
and Dr. Horbort's ordors are just
as positive rolntivo to Atkinson's
participating in tho races.
Takon all round tho regatta will
bo tho sporting evout of tho year,
and will nmply repay tho public '
for their attondanco. Thoro will
bo in addition to tho regular
ovonts, a fivo-oarod whalo boat
raco botweon a prison guard crovr
and a crow composed of members
of tho polico forco. ,
May tho best mon win in every
l'iirtlp 1'nr llnluitiu-rou-nn.
Julian MoiiBiirratt writes tq J.
W. Chaso, tho Volcano tourist
ngont, that horoaftor parties for
tho summit volcano by either side
of tho mountain will bo mado up
only at tho Volcano Houso. Not
loss than fivo will bo taken at any,
ono timo and parties must bo pro-
pared to urn ko tlio round trip ia
ono day, as tho guides rofuso to
romain at tho orator overnight
and tho danger of losing nuimaU
is too great. Arrangoments for
parties can bo mado with J.'W.
Bo on to yourself nnd ask for
Soattlo booroudrnftand iu bottloe
at tho Critoriou Saloon.